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by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2016
imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is pleased to announce the film and video works that will be presented as part of the 17th Annual Festival, October 19-23, 2016 in Toronto.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2016
The Kennedy Center hosts its 15th annual Page-to-Stage New Play Festival from Today, September 3 to Monday, September 5, 2016, featuring more than 50 theaters from the D.C. metropolitan area, all with a mission to produce and support new work.
by Jessica Naftaly - Sep 22, 2016
This weeks episode of American Horror Story came with the series' subtitle “Roanoke”. Thus, the possibility that this will be several anthologies or hauntings captured in a faux- documentary episodic format is pretty much debunked; however, that doesn't mean that this season will be in anyway straightforward. This is American Horror Story after all! 
by Leigh Byron - Sep 21, 2015
Tennessee Williams's BABY DOLL was thoroughly enjoyable in its opening night performance at the McCarter Theatre Center in Princeton on Friday, September 18. The play, adapted for the stage by Pierre Laville and Emily Mann, and directed by Mann, wove together the themes of deception and innocence with a great deal of artistry. The cat-and-mouse and hide-and-seek games portrayed in the show
by Matt Tamanini - Sep 17, 2015
Today we take a look back at the incredible career of stage and screen star Christine Baranski; from Broadway shows like THE REAL THING, RUMORS, BOEING-BOEING, to films THE BIRDCAGE, CHICAGO, MAMMA MIA, and the upcoming INTO THE WOODS, to TV shows CYBILL, THE BIG BANG THEORY, and THE GOOD WIFE, for which she was nominated this year.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2015
Melvin Bernhardt, director of two Pulitzer Prize-winning plays and Tony winner for DA, died on Saturday, September 12, 2015. He was 84.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2016
Josh Elkin returns to host a new, supersized, sweet season of SUGAR SHOWDOWN, premiering Today, September 14th at 10pm ET/7pm PT on Cooking Channel.
by Matt Tamanini - Sep 14, 2016
Today we take a look back at the incredible career of stage and screen star Christine Baranski; from Broadway shows like THE REAL THING, RUMORS, BOEING-BOEING, to films THE BIRDCAGE, CHICAGO, MAMMA MIA, and the upcoming INTO THE WOODS, to TV shows CYBILL, THE BIG BANG THEORY, and THE GOOD WIFE, for which she was nominated this year.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2016
Arts on the Horizon, an interactive theatre for children ages zero to six, is excited to announce its 2016 -2017 season. As the first theatre company in the United States to stage completely non-verbal performances for young audiences, Arts on the Horizon shows are performed solely with sound, movement and live music to engage children at any stage of language development and also children whose first language may not be English.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 22, 2015
 Lifeline Theatre's KidSeries presents Sparky!, a world premiere musical adaptation with script by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Jessica Wright, music and lyrics by Laura McKenzie, and directed by Lifeline Theatre ensemble member Amanda Link, based on the novel by Jenny Ofill and illustrated by Chris Appelhans. This production is recommended for children ages five and up (children under two not permitted), and runs approximately one hour with no intermission. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2016
imagineNATIVE Film + Media Arts Festival is pleased to announce the film and video works that will be presented as part of the 17th Annual Festival, October 19-23, 2016 in Toronto.
by Joseph Baker - Oct 19, 2015
The set alone is testament as to why Theatre Memphis invariably is recognized during awards season for its designers -- two dominant windows admitting shifts in light as darkness falls, steps descending into a blind woman's apartment (steps on which menacing characters will align themselves as they focus on their sightless victim), a refrigerator that will become a hiding place, a source of danger, and a shield of protection. Frederick Knott's chiller (adapted by Jeffrey Hatcher and suspensefully helmed by Director Tracey Zerwig Ford) is a tense and understated October alternative to the bucket of blood drenching poor CARRIE just across town at Circuit Playhouse.
by Caryn Robbins - Oct 17, 2016
The Film Society of Lincoln Center is pleased to announce that Academy Award–winning actor Robert De Niro will be honored at the 44th Chaplin Award Gala on Monday, May 8, 2017.
by Caryn Robbins - Oct 16, 2015
Academy Award® winner Melissa Leo, Sebastian Stan and Clark Duke have joined the ensemble cast of the new one-hour SHOWTIME dark comedy pilot I'M DYING UP HERE.
by Yuliani Supandji - Oct 13, 2016
Maria Tri Sulistyani, better known as Ria Papermoon, is a founder of Papermoon Puppet Theatre.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 12, 2015
Performers from the beloved Off-Broadway musical BARE are coming together to honor the show's late creator, Damon Intrabartolo, tonight, October 12, at Feinstein's/ 54 Below at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
by - Nov 21, 2015
BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 11/21/2015.
by Caryn Robbins - May 6, 2016
Ahead of Sir David Attenborough's milestone 90th birthday, BBC AMERICA announces its first major natural history co-production, THE HUNT, will premiere Sunday, July 3 at 9/8c.
by Movies News Desk - May 6, 2015
According to Deadline, Glenn Close, who last starred on Broadway opposite John Lithgow in A DELICATE BALANCE, has signed on for two upcoming films -- WHAT HAPPENED TO MONDAY? and SHE WHO BRINGS GIFTS.
by Jessica Khan - May 2, 2016
Today's big news: Broadway's best gather for tonight's 2016 New York Pops Gala, this year's August Wilson Monologue Competition is this evening, and the cast of WAITRESS hits the recording studio, so stay tuned for coverage!
by Tyler Peterson - May 18, 2016
Eight plays will be presented on each day of the Spring Playwrights Festival at the studio of WOMR Radio (494 Commercial Street, Provincetown, MA).
by Christina Mancuso - May 11, 2015
IRVING, Texas, May 11, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Chuck E. Cheese's announced today the promotional agreement with I Can Read! books by HarperCollins Children's Books for weekly 'Reading With Chuck E.' story time events at participating Chuck E. Cheese's locations. Starting May 5, 2015 and running through June 30, 2015, the story time events will take place every Tuesday at 11a.m. and 6 p.m. Led by Chuck E. Cheese and a team member, one I Can Read! title will be selected each month for the story time. I Can Read! is widely recognized as the premier beginning reader series with more than 175 million books sold featuring beloved characters from award-winning authors and illustrators, published by HarperCollins Children's Books.
by Katricia Lang - Jun 24, 2016
FINDING DORY, the long-awaited follow-up to the unbelievably beloved 2003 film FINDING NEMO, follows Dory, a good-natured, amnesiac blue tang fish (voiced by Ellen DeGeneres), as she searches for her long lost parents.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 16, 2016
Village Roadshow Pictures Asia and Heyi Pictures announced today that they will co-produce and co-finance the Jackie Chan sci-fi thriller BLEEDING STEEL, written and directed by Leo Zhang (Chrysanthemum to the Beast).
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 9, 2015
ROSS VALLEY PLAYERS is pleased to announce their 2015 - 2016 season which celebrates their 86th consecutive year. Among the seven plays included in the new season is a World Premiere by Bay Area Playwright Mary Spletter, a 2008 Tony Award winner for best revival of a play, a 2003 Pulitzer Prize winner, and an Ivey Award winner about a classic tale of good vs. evil. Each year, Ross Valley Players produce diverse, professional-quality live theater that evokes, entertains and enlivens the human spirit. www.rossvalleyplayers.com
by Christina Mancuso - Jul 7, 2016
As part of its popular Summertime Saturday Puppet Shows for family audiences by UConn Puppet Arts students, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will present The Wonderful World of Wonder by UConn Puppet Arts MFA student Gavin Cummins and Philadelphia-based artist and musician Gwendolyn Rooker onSaturday, July 16 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., at the Ballard Institute Theater located at 1 Royce Circle, Storrs, CT.
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 6, 2016
Nat Geo WILD inspires people to let the wild in every day. The network is dedicated to creating content for animal lovers everywhere to enjoy, whether it's on TV, in magazines, or in books. Now, Nat Geo WILD is bringing the wild online with the launch of its first-ever digital series, wild_life With Bertie Gregory, premiering Wednesday, Aug. 3, on the network's YouTube Channel, as well as on NationalGeographic.com.
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 5, 2016
Arts on the Horizon, an interactive theatre for children ages zero to six, is excited to announce its 2016 -2017 season. As the first theatre company in the United States to stage completely non-verbal performances for young audiences, Arts on the Horizon shows are performed solely with sound, movement and live music to engage children at any stage of language development and also children whose first language may not be English.
by TV News Desk - Jul 3, 2016
Ahead of Sir David Attenborough's milestone 90th birthday, BBC AMERICA announces its first major natural history co-production, THE HUNT, will premiere tonight, July 3 at 9/8c.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2016
As part of its popular Summertime Today Puppet Shows for family audiences by UConn Puppet Arts students, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will present The Wonderful World of Wonder by UConn Puppet Arts MFA student Gavin Cummins and Philadelphia-based artist and musician Gwendolyn Rooker onToday, July 16 at 11 a.m. and 2 p.m., at the Ballard Institute Theater located at 1 Royce Circle, Storrs, CT.
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 16, 2015
Performers from the beloved Off-Broadway musical BARE will soon come together in honoring its late creator.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2017
An ambitious student who always planned to return home. Two old friends who found love in a strange city. A young man who risks death to reunite his family.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2016
Welcome to 2016 via 1950 at The Joyce Theater, February 9-14, when a series of the late choreographer's groundbreaking works-'Tensile Involvement,' 'Gallery,' 'Mechanical Organ III,' and 'Crucible' command the stage courtesy of the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, the repository of 'Nik's' greatest hits. Alberto del Saz, director of the Nikolais/Louis Foundation for Dance, selected, staged and directed the season repertory.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2016
Welcome to 2016 via 1950 at The Joyce Theater, February 9-14, when a series of the late choreographer's groundbreaking works-'Tensile Involvement,' 'Gallery,' 'Mechanical Organ III,' and 'Crucible' command the stage courtesy of the Ririe-Woodbury Dance Company, the repository of 'Nik's' greatest hits. Alberto del Saz, director of the Nikolais/Louis Foundation for Dance, selected, staged and directed the season repertory.
by Christina Mancuso - Feb 29, 2016
Excelsior Publishing will be releasing Leonard Seet's latest novel 'Magnolias in Paradise' in Fall 2016. Ernst arrives at the Paradise train station with fifty-thousand dollars to ransom his sweetheart, and while looking among the crowd for the young man with a magnolia, a beggar seizes his bag of cash and escapes through the revolving door. Chasing after the rascal, he slams into his contacthis girlfriend's lover in town. Now, he must beat his love-rival to the money and rescue her before the deadline. 'Magnolias in Paradise' (252 pp., tpb, $14.95) is a 96,000-word crime novel and the first in a potential series. As in Larry Brown's 'Father and Son,' good confronts evil in a southern town. And as in Joe R. Lansdale's 'Cold in July,' an ordinary man gets sucked into a conspiracy, with psychopaths terrorizing a small town and FBI agents going after a corrupt sheriff. In the end, the man must take the law into his hands. But in this case, ending in tragedy. Here, he combined Will Christopher Baer's surreal settings and mentally unstable villains, with Brian Evenson's literary minimalism and heroes cursing their knowledge. 'Leonard Seet brings his intelligence and wit and gifts as a writer to a broader audience in 'Magnolias in Paradise' in a gritty, realistic novel. He uses a narrative style which brings... the perspective of the players in this grim game of hide-and-seek reminiscent of the narrative technique of As I Lay Dying and Charming Billy... Mainstream audiences will appreciate the intelligence of the narrative of this book in this genre, which is so often short-changed by lesser lights just out to make a buck. Seet has reinvented himself as a writer in his evolution from his deeply rich, engaging and inspirational books about spirituality to the rough ride on the mean streets of Magnolias in Paradise... definitely be engaged by this novel.' - David Lentz, author, Bloomsday: the Bostoniad Leonard Seet is the author of the novel 'Meditation On Space-Time' and the non-fiction 'The Spiritual Life.' His articles and short fiction have appeared in the Quarterly Literary Review Singapore, Banana Writers and Pilcrow & Dagger. He learned the art of writing from Brando Skyhorse and Tim Johnston through George Washington University's Jennie McKean Moore Fiction Workshop, which is by application. 'Magnolias in Paradise' will be available in most brick-and-mortar and online bookstores.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2016
Druid Theatre will remount Martin McDonagh's sensational, award-winning dark comedy, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, at BAM's Harvey Theater (651 Fulton St.) this winter.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 29, 2016
From January 26 to 29 La MaMa will present "Golgotha,' a tour-de-force monodrama performed in English by Victor Attar.
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 21, 2016
Cartoon Network is kicking off the New Year with brand new episodes of all your favorite shows! Emmy-winning series Regular Show returns Saturday, Jan. 14 with back-to-back episodes beginning at 12 p.m.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 14, 2015
Parson's Nose Theater (PNT), the acclaimed classical comedic theater company, continues its 16th Season with Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, opening Saturday, December 19th. Adapted by Artistic Director, Lance Davis, this 75-minute performance is presented as a part of the theater's "Pay What You Will" Readers' Theater Series. Due to popular demand, tickets only remain for the Saturday night reading. Sunday, December 20th is SOLD OUT.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2016
Room Service, the 1937 screwball comedy by Allen Boretz and John Murray is Broadway-bound.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2016
Arts on the Horizon, an interactive theatre for children ages zero to six, is excited to announce its 2016 -2017 season. As the first theatre company in the United States to stage completely non-verbal performances for young audiences, Arts on the Horizon shows are performed solely with sound, movement and live music to engage children at any stage of language development and also children whose first language may not be English.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 1, 2015
Parson's Nose Theater (PNT), the acclaimed classical comedic theater company, continues its 16th Season with Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol, opening Saturday, December 19th. Adapted by Artistic Director, Lance Davis, this 75-minute performance is presented as a part of the theater's "Pay What You Will" Readers' Theater Series.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 8, 2016
Preeminent Actor, director and producer Robert De Niro, two-time Academy Award® winner, five-time Academy Award® nominee and Golden Globe® winner, will receive the first Honorary Heart of Sarajevo - Lifetime Achievement Award for his extraordinary contribution to the art of film
by Christina Mancuso - Aug 25, 2015
A cute black-and-tan dachshund named Annie plays storyteller in the new children's book of devotionals 'Annie Shares Bible Verse: Devotions for Young Children' (published by WestBow Press) written by Dawna Brister Penrod.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 18, 2016
Josh Elkin returns to host a new, supersized, sweet season of SUGAR SHOWDOWN, premiering Wednesday, September 14th at 10pm ET/7pm PT on Cooking Channel.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2016
The Kennedy Center hosts its 15th annual Page-to-Stage New Play Festival from Saturday, September 3 to Monday, September 5, 2016, featuring more than 50 theaters from the D.C. metropolitan area, all with a mission to produce and support new work.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 13, 2016
The Desperettes are girls dressed as boys, using techniques for picking up women to pick up men. Got it? Good! Daisy (Belinda Hanne Reid), DeeDee (Natasha York) and Delilah (Lisa Woodbrook) present A Lady's Guide to the Art of being a Wingman, a hilarious and eye-opening night out which includes big hair, daggy dancing and of course, pulling guys.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2016
Students and faculty in Oakland University's Cinema Studies program recently introduced a group of fourth- and fifth-graders to the art of filmmaking during a month-long workshop at Meadow Brook Elementary in Rochester Hills.  
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 22, 2015
This week's episode of COMMUNITY deals with Hondas and love. Frankie is made aware that the school has guerilla advertisers on campus, and we find out that one of them is none other than Subway—err, Rick—Britta's former flame.