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by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2018
Ad Infinitum have announced the highlight of their next season as Extraordinary Wall of Silence (working title), a new show which delves into a relatively unknown history of oppression of the Deaf community in order to draw attention to and celebrate an under-threat culture. From Oralists who wanted to make deaf people speak and 'hear', to the Eugenics movement which aimed to eradicate deafness through sterilisation and extermination, to more recent threats from ignorance in mainstream society and the closing of Deaf Clubs, the new show will present the challenges the Deaf community have faced. Made with three Deaf and two hearing actors, the show will facilitate a long overdue encounter between the two worlds, shining a light onto a culture that isn't widely recognised in the mainstream media.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2018
Town Stages Announces A 90-Minute Wedding Contest! Win an all-inclusive wedding including the Ceremony, Photographer, Cake, Decor, and Honeymoon Night. Monday, January 28, 2019 from 12:00-1:30pm
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 9, 2019
As BroadwayWorld previously reported, on Sunday, March 31, after 808 performances on Broadway, Anastasia will take its final journey to the past- a journey that has lasted for three years. Even before it started winning the hearts of audiences at the Broadhurst Theatre in 2017, the musical made its world premiere in a sold-out, record breaking run at Hartford Stage in Connecticut.
by Charles Shubow - Mar 7, 2019
When I saw the Baltimore Symphony SuperPops would be featuring vocalist Christina Bianco I had no idea what she would be like. Then I started to hear from people who actually have seen her in concert and raved about her. It became quite clear it would be necessary for me to see this musician for myself.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2019
A showcase of local talent featuring art by Sarah Rose and Vix Newton-King.
by Jade Kops - Mar 5, 2019
Following on from a successful home season in 2017, Ensemble Theatre has sent TWO on tour to stir the emotions and memories of audiences around the country
by Stage Tube - Mar 16, 2019
Among the performers was Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Darren Criss who performed the rapid-fire patter of Stephen Sondheim's "Getting Married Today" from Company. Criss was joined by Ward Billeisen, Michael James Scott and the Broadway Backwards ensemble.
by Derek McCracken - Mar 15, 2019
This love story is lit. The play's title, which unfortunately sounds like a cheeky riff on a similarly named sexually charged book and movie franchise, bravely attempts to quantify an impossible sexual sum. With a running time of 70 minutes, this brisk burlesque-infused play tracks the progress and problems of a male gay couple. Adriano (Bujar Ahmeti) and Merlin (Tristan Halilaj) apply for a marriage license in Tashanik, a homophobic town in the Balkans. Equal parts peep show and politics, the play burns hot (fuchsia) unapologetically. 
by Dara Homer - Mar 15, 2019
Several weeks ago, I had the opportunity to chat with actor and on-stage doctor Steven Good about his experience on tour with Waitress. The heartfelt new musical with a score by Sara Bareilles is opening at the Tulsa PAC in a little over a month. In honor of Pi Day, I'm excited to share this exclusive interview with Mr. Good.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2019
A showcase of local talent featuring art by Sarah Rose and Vix Newton-King.
by Stage Tube - Mar 13, 2019
A bevy of Broadway's brightest stars joined a sold-out audience on March 11, 2019, to celebrate and motivate the LGBTQ community and its allies through gender-reversed renditions of beloved show tunes, spectacular choreography and a record-breaking fundraising total at Broadway Backwards. Check out highlights from the evening below!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 13, 2019
Riverside Theatre, led by Producing Artistic Director/CEO Allen D. Cornell and Managing Director/COO Jon R. Moses, is delighted to announce its 46th Anniversary Season for 2019-2020. Building on the success and acclaim the theatre has attained nationwide over the last few years, Riverside is proud to present a magnificent season of music, comedy, and drama.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2019
Geva Theatre Center's Artistic Director Mark Cuddy and Executive Director Christopher Mannelli are proud to announce the 10 major productions and 2 festivals of the much anticipated 2019-2020 Season, the non-profit theatre's 47th year of making professional theatre of a national standard in Rochester.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
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by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
​​​​​​​Shaw Festival Board Chair Peter E.S. Jewett welcomed today two new ex officio members to the Shaw Festival Board of Trustees: Betty Disero, newly elected Lord Mayor of Niagara-on-the-Lake, and Laurie Harley, Shaw Guild president.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2019
The Old Globe today announced the cast and creative team for Familiar by Tony Award nominee Danai Gurira (Broadway's Eclipsed, Black Panther, "The Walking Dead"). This funny, warmhearted look at tradition, marriage, and what it means to be an American family will be directed by Edward Torres (the Globe's Water by the Spoonful and Native Gardens, Cancion at Repertorio Español) and will run January 26 - March 3, 2019 on the Donald and Darlene Shiley Stage, Old Globe Theatre, Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Preview performances run January 26-30. Opening night is Thursday, January 31. Tickets start at $30.00 and can be purchased online at www.TheOldGlobe.org, by phone at (619) 23-GLOBE, or by visiting the Box Office at 1363 Old Globe Way in Balboa Park.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2019
The digital download and streaming release of COMPANY - 2018 London Cast Recording for, are available Friday, 1st February 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2019
A funny, warmhearted look at tradition, marriage, and what it means to be an American family. Donald and his wife Marvelous have been living the American Dream since emigrating from Zimbabwe nearly three decades ago. They have a beautiful house and impressive careers, and now one of their daughters is getting married! But when the bride insists on a traditional African wedding ceremony, tensions start to rise.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2019
What happens in Vegas is downright hilarious! The Yardley Players present the laugh-out-loud comedy "Four Weddings and an Elvis" at Mercer County Community College's (MCCC's) Kelsey Theatre in February. Dates and show times are Fridays, Feb. 15 and 22 at 8 p.m.; Saturdays, Feb. 16 and 23 at 8 p.m.; and Sundays, Feb. 17 and 24 at 2 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2019
Town Stages, in partnership with Haute Dokimazo, announces the couple for the 90-Minute Wedding: Brittani and Robbie. Their wedding will take place on Monday, January 28, 2019 from 12-1:30pm.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2019
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College (HCC), continues its 26th season with "Twilight: Los Angeles, 1992," written by Anna Deavere Smith and directed by Paige Hernandez. Anna Deavere Smith's stunning play explores the people who experienced the Los Angeles riots and the devastating human impact of that event. From nine months of interviews with more than 200 people, Smith chose voices that best reflect the diversity and tension of a city in turmoil, all portrayed by one actress in a tour-de-force performance. A work that goes directly to the heart of the issues of race and class, "Twilight" ruthlessly probes the language and the lives of its subjects, offering stark insight into the complex and pressing social, economic, and political issues that fueled the flames in the wake of the Rodney King verdict.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Jan 24, 2019
On Tuesday night, despite a thirty-minute delay due to technical difficulties beyond the group's control, the enthusiasm of both audience and band members did not dampen. In tank top and jeans, Abigail Bengson approached the mic - that too was not working - and said "all our sh*t's broken" and magically, the mic boomed her voice over the audience as she, her husband Shaun took their seats on empty stools and were soon joined by the band.
by TV News Desk - Jan 23, 2019
eattle, WA and British Columbia-based musician Mike Edel has recently announced his brand new studio album titled THRESHOLDS. Recorded with Chris Walla (Death Cab for Cutie, Tegan & Sara) and being released on Friday, March 1 via PENNANT, THRESHOLDS (pre-order), presents itself as a compelling departure for Edel who after adopting a consistency-is-boring mantra and spending a tireless year in the studio has evolved his sound into his most intriguing set of music yet. From the radio rocker “Houdini” to the indie-pop chiller “Go With You,” and with the CBC Music Top 10, thirties-are-the-new-twenties anthem “31,” Edel reveals stand-alone singles that illustrate a uniform theme throughout the 10-song effort. 
by Charlotte Harris - Feb 9, 2019
Houstonian's own Robert Askins brings to the Alley Theatre the life of THE CARPENTER, which after seeing its performance reminds those seeing it that there is more to Houston than oil and NASA.
by Brooke Yunis - Feb 9, 2019
These are my top 5 Mary-Kate and Ashley movies. Enjoy.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 8, 2019
Phone rings, door chimes, in comes musical modernization! Closing in on 50 years since its Broadway debut, George Furth and Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY returns with a revolutionary new production in the West End. This rendition sees the previously male lead role Bobby now as the female Bobbie, portrayed by Rosalie Craig. This gender-swap is thanks to the direction of Marianne Elliott, who worked side by side with Sondheim on the revamping. The COMPANY 2018 London Cast Recording was recorded at RAK Studios in London.  As previously reported, footage of the cast recording was preserved for a forthcoming documentary on the production.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2019
For eight years, the Improvisational Repertory theatre ensemble has been one of the leading improvisational companies in New York and making the rest the country laugh out loud as well. This group of theatrically-trained artists comes together to create spontaneous and uproarious retro-themed improv-comedy shows. Their brilliance at stage craft make each event deeper and funnier than any other troupe of its kind. IRTE writes, develops, produces, and performs a season of original themed improvisational shows, following the basic model of traditional repertory theatre. While they are New York based, they alsotour the country with their clever on-the-spot antics.
by Amy Zipperer - Feb 5, 2019
Thanks to the aggressive Aquaman marketing campaign, chances are good that your significant other has been immersed in images of hunky Jason Momoa over the past few weeks.  That means you better up your Valentine's game.  You've got a lot of romance novel wet-hair flips and the chiseled mega-chest abs to drown out, and Bird Box on Netflix and delivery pizza ain't gonna cut it.  Luckily, we've recognized the problem early, and we've compiled a list of upcoming Atlanta shows to help you to plan the perfect Valentine's Day theatre date.   Because a date night spent at the theatre is always upping your game.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2019
The King and I's Jose Llana dazzled in his return to Lincoln Center's American Songbook Concert Series on February 1st, four years after his sold-out appearance at the Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse. Mr. Llana's glorious tenor filled The Appel Room, where he was accompanied by his Here Lies Love cast members Jaygee Macapugay, Jeigh Madjus, Renee Albulario and Billy Bustamante.
by David McKibbin - Feb 5, 2019
With Valentine's Day around the corner, there are several fun events in South Florida that will help you feel the love. Whether you are taking your Valentine or going solo, these shows can be the perfect treat for your sweetheart (or yourself).
by E.H. Reiter - Feb 5, 2019
FAMILIAR, a now playing at the Old Globe through March 3rd, mines the comedy and the drama of a family wedding and tackles the subjects of family, heritage, clashing cultures, and those family secrets that inevitably come to light at the worst possible times. www.theoldglobe.org
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2019
Blonde, beautiful Tammy Tucker is getting married, and you're invited! The Improvisational Repertory Theatre Ensemble kicks off another wild season with their own 'Bridezilla.'
by Monica Moore - Feb 27, 2019
A thoroughly entertaining evening for anyone wishing to explore the early years of a master songwriter and an absolute must for fans. The songs are intimate and complex with compelling harmonies and characterisation.
by Rona Kelly - Feb 23, 2019
Is your life totally prepared for a gigantic change right now? Then brace yourself for the last in our Song Insights series for Company. Musical Director Joel Fram takes us through a number which proves 'a real surprise for the audience', and the process of updating this classic for Marianne Elliott's production: 'You Could Drive a Person Crazy'.
by Jade Kops - Feb 23, 2019
Director and creator Kris Stewart takes the famous songs from the godfather of musical theatre, Stephen Sondheim, and presents a delightful new story in the staged concert of BOYS OF SONDHEIM.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Feb 21, 2019
Sean McLoughlin on bringing his show Hail Mary to the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2019
Coin & Ghost in association with Vs. Theatre Company present the World premiere of Love Is Another Country, a radical reimagining of Sophocles's Antigone at Vs. Theatre in Los Angeles from Friday, February 1 through Saturday, March 2, 2019. The third production of Coin & Ghost's inaugural season, Love Is Another Country is a new play written by the prolific Bay Area theatre artist Lisa Marie Rollins and her first full-length work to be produced in Los Angeles. Directed by Kendall Johnson, the production brings together the ancient tale of Antigone with the deaths of innumerable black men and women at the hands of police. Part ritual, part rage, part collective ask to the audience, the play follows three women of the Chapman family as they navigate living as black women in a country that claims to love them. For more information, please visit https://coinandghost.org/liac.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2019
Seattle, WA and British Columbia-based musician Mike Edel is pleased to present “Could We End Up Like This,” the latest track to be lifted from his brand new, forthcoming studio album titled THRESHOLDS. There's a moment after two people get married when they look each other in the eyes and think, 'What did we just do?' “Could We End Up Like This” looks to reveal that those two people should be able to voice their deepest fears to one another and how challenging it can be to eventually get to that point again if lost. Stream “Could We End Up Like This” via NPR “New Music Friday” HERE and YouTube HERE. 
by Blair Howell - Feb 19, 2019
At the University of Utah, Director Ryan Emmons has a thorough understanding of a Sondheim masterwork and shows stellar work with the eager students. With Music Director Alex Marshall and Choreographer Ellie Hanagarne, COMPANY is thrilling.
by Monroe George - Feb 18, 2019
It may be 50% of candy today, but there's no discounting these sweet love stories. BroadwayWorld is back with even more of your favorite Broadway couples, with all the 'aw' and 'ah' moments included! Read below for part two of our exclusive two part feature!
by Rona Kelly - Feb 17, 2019
Musical Director Joel Fram joins us once again to dissect 'The Ladies Who Lunch', Marianne Elliott's staging of it, and the 'complex set of causes and effects' that result from this reworking.
by Rona Kelly - Feb 16, 2019
Ever wanted to know how your favourite songs come together? Our Song Insights will dissect an iconic number with the cast and creatives themselves. What better way to kick things off than with 'a great actor/director/conductor challenge', in the words of conductor and Musical Director himself Joel Fram: 'Getting Married Today'
by Rona Kelly - Feb 1, 2019
The original cast recording of Marianne Elliott's acclaimed production of Company dropped mere hours ago. We caught up with Musical Director Joel Fram once again, to take you behind the scenes of how the cast album was made.
by TV Scoop - Feb 1, 2019
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by Louis Train - Dec 5, 2018
In Trevor Nunn's extraordinary new production of Fiddler on the Roof, at the Menier Chocolate Factory, a dimension of intimacy and immediacy recasts a familar show, dragging it, sometimes tearfully, always beautifully, closer to the audience than it has ever been.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2018
Opening January 4th at The Ringwald Theatre, contemporary comedy Significant Other by Joshua Harmon takes on the stereotypes of the 'gay best friend' and takes aim at the lives of late-twentysomethings in the early 21st century.