Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Bully - 1977 - 1977 Broadway Articles Page 4

Category:
by Julie Musbach - Sep 9, 2019
Comedian Gabriel Iglesias will be performing at Casper Events Center in Casper, WY on October 27, 2019.  This is part of his all new 2019 a?oeBeyond The Fluffya?? World Tour.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 9, 2019
Kids of all ages can explore the underwater kingdom of Atlantis during the WST for Kids' production of Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID, JR. Based on and adapted from the Academy Award-winning 1989 Disney movie and Broadway production, this hour-long musical will appear on the Walnut Mainstage beginning September 21 and now extended through October 6, 2019.
by Peter Nason - Sep 9, 2019
Stephen King's gory tale of teenage revenge is one of the most notorious shows in musical theatre history, but it's certainly done right at RST.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 6, 2019
Dumb... dumber... dumbest? Open Fist Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Neil Simon's Musical Fools, an adaptation of the Simon play Fools, with book and lyrics by Neil Simon and music and lyrics by Phil Swann and Ron West (deLEARious, The People Vs Friar Laurence). West also directs, with music direction by Jan Roper and choreography by Louisa Kendrick Burton. Neil Simon's Musical Fools opens Oct. 12 at Atwater Village Theatre, where performances will continue through Nov. 17; pay-what-you-want previews begin Oct. 4.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 5, 2019
One need venture no further than Street Theatre Company's Be More Chill a?" directed by Sawyer Wallace, it's one of the year's best musicals a?" for just such a theatrical adventure. Starring Seth Bennett, Briar Moroschak and Garett Scott, three up-and-coming performers for whom their futures seem unlimited, Be More Chill only recently closed out a Broadway run before its Nashville premiere, which continues through this weekend.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 4, 2019
UK distributor Journeyman Features will release this clever film across all VOD/Digital platforms in more than six languages as it crisscrosses the globe from Australia to Zimbabwe beginning on Tuesday, September 17th, 2019. A true anti-romantic comedy, we join the characters where a romantic comedy would typically end with the classic prototypes: charming noncommittal guy and shrewd wary woman who's witty banter (instantly brings to mind a modern day Rosalind Russell & Cary Grant), lead all signs pointing toward the expected outcome. Then everything gets tossed. And gets real. As the men and women of “Toss It” battle for the stakes they set out to get, the story stealthily reveals that the real relationship skirmishes are among the women.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 30, 2019
According to Variety, the life story of Siegfried and Roy is coming to the big screen. Michael Bully Herbig partners with UFA Fiction to direct this upcoming biopic about the world famous entertainers.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2019
The first stage play from an award-winning children's author is the autumn half-term treat at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre.
by Stage Tube - Sep 26, 2019
When Grover gets into a fight with a bully at school, Gemma is torn between her role as principal and wanting to protect her son. Also, Calvin encourages Marty to stand up to his own bully, only to be shocked when he learns who it is, on The Neighborhood, Monday, at 8/7c. Watch a clip below!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 25, 2019
'The Real Housewives of New Jersey' premieres on Wednesday, November 6 at 9pm ET/PT.
by Kelsey Lawler - Sep 25, 2019
Every so often, a Broadway show comes along that speaks to the present generation. A show that resonates with a powerful, relatable message for the here and now. People lose their minds over such a spectacle because they feel heard and see a glimmer of themselves -- their struggles, hopes, fears -- reflected in art. For that reason, Dear Evan Hansen is an important piece of theater in 2019. 
by Abigail Charpentier - Sep 24, 2019
Today, the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) announced that eight-time Golden Globe winner and fifteen-time nominee, Tom Hanks, will be honored with the coveted Cecil B. deMille Award at the 77th Annual Golden Globe Awards. The highly-acclaimed star of such legendary films as “Big,” “Forrest Gump,” “Saving Private Ryan,” “Cast Away,” and the upcoming release of “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood” will accept the honor at Hollywood's Party of the Year® on Sunday, January 5, 2020 airing LIVE coast-to-coast from 5-8 p.m. PT/8-11 p.m. ET on NBC.
by Ashley Elliott - Sep 21, 2019
From the very beginning, when David waves his handkerchief between the curtain, to the final all-cast harmonization of the a?oeYou Mattera?? reprise, Becoming Nancy pulls you in and won't let you go.
by Paul Batterson - Sep 19, 2019
As it did at the Tony Awards, DEAR EVAN HANSEN, the 2017 award winner for Best Musical, rolls into Columbus on the tails of HAMILTON, the 2016 Tony Award winner which played in the Ohio Theatre in the Spring. Although the style of music and subject manner are hard to compare, there are many similarities between the two. The most striking of these unlikely storylines for a musical with HAMILTON taking the life of America's founding father Alexander Hamilton while DEAR EVAN HANSEN confronts many of the problems facing teens and parents currently. Like HAMILTON, DEAR EVAN HANSEN gets style points for originality with a powerful message and memorable score that stays with you for days.
by TV Scoop - Sep 18, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of THE NEIGHBORHOOD, airing on CBS on Monday, September 30, 2019!
by Alan Henry - Sep 17, 2019
The Tony's 2017 winner for Best Musical, Dear Evan Hansen, is headed down to Memphis' Orpheum Theatre from October 8-13, 2019.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 17, 2019
“Toss It” takes a deeper look at the roles women play in society, as a true anti-romantic comedy, we join the characters where a romantic comedy would typically end with the classic prototypes: charming noncommittal guy and shrewd wary woman who's witty banter (instantly brings to mind a modern day Rosalind Russell & Cary Grant), lead all signs pointing toward the expected outcome. Then everything gets tossed. And gets real. As the men and women of “Toss It” battle for the stakes they set out to get, the story stealthily reveals that the real relationship skirmishes are among the women.
by Annette Stolt - Sep 12, 2019
Already when you enter the entrance you start to wonder what will happen here. You are greeted by half naked door men who smokes, the fog is tight in the foyer where people begin to gather. Inside the theater lounge there is a bar on the stage where the audience can order something to drink. The ensemble is joining the audience as they take their seats. The audience are supposed to feel like they are part of the show. The Three Penny Opera is a classic story about poor and dirty London with beggars, thieves and a corrupt police chief, and everything is circulating around Mac the Knife (Fredrik Lycke).
by Marina Kennedy - Sep 10, 2019
The nationally-touring Bacon and Beer Classic will head across the Hudson River for the first time ever, taking over Harborside (210 Hudson Street) in Jersey City on Thursday, October 3rd. This all you can eat and drink fest coincides with Oktoberfest, making it a must attend for beer aficionados.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 10, 2019
A surprisingly entertaining night of performances was hiding behind the deceptive word 'Poetry' at The Green Room 42 the other night, and this poetry should be seen by many.
by Paul Smith - Sep 10, 2019
Following its Tony-nominated hit Broadway run seen by tens of thousands, Tony Award winner John Leguizamo's one-man play 'Latin History for Morons' i s currently running at the Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles from September 5 through October 20, 2019. Hear what the critics have to say!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 8, 2019
Based on the 1983 Cult Movie of the same name, a young boy named Ralphie Parker only wants one thing for Christmas: a Red Ryder BB gun. However, he is not sure he will ever make it to Christmas, between his brother Randy and the school bully Scut Farkus.
by Michael Quintos - Oct 7, 2019
At its core, the original production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (and the movie adaptation it spawned) unabashedly celebrated its campy outlandishness. But unlike the original source material which was filled to the brim with sassy sight gags, cartoonish mannerisms, and pulp thrills, this new, gloriously reimagined production---now on stage at the Pasadena Playhouse through October 20, 2019 helmed by director Mike Donahue---feels much more grounded in reality and feels much more guided by the emotions of its characters, rather than have them just play second banana to the monstrous plant of excess vying for all the attention. With this pivoted focus, this incredible new production also now requires a cast of performers that can truly showcase that change---and, wow, did they ever find them in this brilliant ensemble!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 5, 2019
Dumba?? dumbera?? dumbest? Open Fist Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Neil Simon's Musical Fools, an adaptation of the Simon play Fools, with book and lyrics by Neil Simon and music and lyrics by Phil Swann and Ron West (deLEARious, The People Vs Friar Laurence). West also directs, with music direction by Jan Roper and choreography by Louisa Kendrick Burton. Neil Simon's Musical Fools opens Oct. 12 at Atwater Village Theatre, where performances will continue through Nov. 17; pay-what-you-want previews begin Oct. 4.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 4, 2019
Junie B. Jones and her menagerie of friends will celebrate childhood with its funny and dramatic adventures when a?oeJunie B. Jones The Musicala?? takes audiences to 1st grade for six public performances Oct. 14, 18,21,25,28 and Nov. 1 @ 7:00pm.
by Barry Lenny - Oct 13, 2019
This production is one more winner for the Guild.
by Elliot Lanes - Oct 12, 2019
Every once in a while you run across a big dilemma with a production. What happens when everything falls into place except one big thing? For the answer to this question look no further than the latest installment of the Broadway Center Stage series at Kennedy Center Footloose.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 31, 2019
For the fourth show in their 48th annual summer season, Cortland Repertory Theatre proudly presents their premiere production of the American comedy classic Born Yesterday written by Garson Kanin.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 30, 2019
The season premiere of “What Would You Do?” with anchor John Quiñones features celebrity guest Nyle DiMarco, “Dancing with the Stars” and “America's Next Top Model” winner, on deaf discrimination and a scenario filmed in El Paso, Texas, near the Mexico-United States border, in light of the current crisis at the border. The new season of “What Would You Do?” premieres Friday, Aug. 9 (9:00 – 10:00 p.m. EDT), on ABC.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 27, 2019
Glaswegian cussing, crowd work extraordinaire MARTHA MCBRIER is the Queen of the Free Fringe. Her show at this year's festival launches a campaign against the perennial HAPPINESS BULLY in her hard-hitting and hilarious show about suicide, country music and not smiling just because the office idiot told you to cheer up.
by Jade Kops - Jul 27, 2019
Martin McDonagh's dark comic style shines in Mad March Hare Theatre Company and Red Line Productions' presentation of THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN. 
by Tim Wright - Jul 26, 2019
At first glance, Enid Blyton's Malory Towers seems an odd choice for the second outing of Emma Rice's Wise Children theatre company. A genteel tale of a privileged girl's boarding school in Cornwall with mild peril and even milder themes doesn't seem like classic Rice.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 24, 2019
For the fourth show in their 48th annual summer season, Cortland Repertory Theatre proudly presents their premiere production of the American comedy classic Born Yesterday written by Garson Kanin. Performances will run from July 31st a?" August 10th with evening show times at 7:30 PM.  Matinees are available on August 2, 6 and 7 at 2:00 PM. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 19, 2019
51Fest, a partnership between Women in the World and IFC Center, opened their inaugural event last night with the New York premiere of Kathy Griffin: A Hell of a Story. Griffin was joined by Tina Brown, Founder and CEO of Tina Brown Live Media/Women in the World, for a post-screening conversation.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 18, 2019
Leonard Bernstein's massive musical Mass, led by Tony Award-winner Paulo Szot, will be taped for a national television special to air in 2020.
by Fred Kaufman - Jul 15, 2019
Why should any audience today be offended by William Shakespeare's THE TAMING OF THE SHREW?
by Abigail Charpentier - Aug 9, 2019
Netflix has given the green light to “Mr. Iglesias” and renewed the series for a second season, after premiering on June 21, 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 5, 2019
Celebrating its Encore Producers Award win and seven nominations, the critically acclaimed fan favorite original musical The Bully Problem is coming back for two more performances on Aug. 9 and Aug. 11 at The Hobgoblin Playhouse at The Arena Stage.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 5, 2019
A young bully goat and a wise old goat with magic dust take to the stage in the children's show Billy the Baaadly Behaving Bully Goat: The Musical as part of the Philadelphia Fringe Festival, September 7-22 at Nest (1301 Locust Street, Philadelphia). 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 26, 2019
Revered Southern California band Social Distortion will celebrate 40 years of swaggering punk infused rock n roll this October 26th in Orange County California at the FivePoint Amphitheatre.  The legendary band will be joined by a lineup of artists that includes Joan Jett, The Distillers, The Kills and many more.
by Alan Henry - Aug 23, 2019
Good Morning America host Lara Spencer is at the center of a controversy revolving around her laughing at Prince George (aged 6), the future King of England, for taking ballet classes.
by David Edward Perry - Aug 23, 2019
The Birmingham Black Repertory Theatre Company steps to the plate with fierceness and momentum in its inaugural performance of the Tony award winning musical  a?oeChoir Boy.a?? This coming of age musical delivers a layered structure backed up with dynamic acting, and vocals from a cast of young men of color. The subjects of class, race and sexuality are exposed with extremely emotional results.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 2, 2019
Broadway's very own Princess Jasmine, Arielle Jacobs, won't go speechless. The Aladdin star recently recorded her own version of 'Speechless'- a song written by Alan Menken, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul for the new Aladdin film. Check out the brand new music video and read her blog entry, written on the day of the the video shoot below.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 19, 2019
Kuskokwim Records is happy to announce that the new Blush Bully remix of the title track from the new Emma Hill record Magnesium Dreams (out now) has premiered at Ghettoblaster.
by David Edward Perry - Aug 15, 2019
Carlton Bell II is a young Birminghamian with an artistic theatrical vision. Bell is an artist who wears many hats; actor, filmmaker, director, producer, and now head of the Birmingham Black Repertory Theatre Company. Next week they will have their inaugural performance of the Tony Award winning musical 'Choir Boy.'
by Emma Ainley-Walker - Aug 14, 2019
How To Be Brave, written by Siân Owen and performed with boundless energy by Laura Dalgleish, is the greatest bedtime story a scared little girl could hear.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 13, 2019
The Loukoumi Make A Difference Foundation and the award-winning musical COME FROM AWAY have partnered to share their joint message of kindness in the new book Inspiring Stories That Make A Difference (Hybrid Global Publishing). The book features the stories of over 75 children who are having fun paying it forward for causes that mean something to them.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 13, 2019
Underscore Theatre Company announces its full 2019-20 Season, featuring two fully-produced musicals, plus the 6th annual CHICAGO MUSICAL THEATRE FESTIVAL.
by Bryony Rae Taylor - Aug 1, 2019
Known in soap-land for his roles as villain Charlie Stubbs in Coronation Street and farmer James Barton in Emmerdale, Bill Ward talks to us about walking a mile in four-inch stilettos as he takes over the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle from RuPaul's Drag Race star Bianca Del Rio.