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by Michael Major - Sep 26, 2022
On the eve of the Los Angeles Taylor Hawkins Tribute Concert, Heart co-founder NANCY WILSON releases “Amigo Amiga” the tribute song she wrote for her friend, Taylor, a few days after his passing.  The song and new lyric video, featuring Nancy, premiered on Consequence. All proceeds from the release of the single will benefit MusiCares.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 26, 2022
Old City District will present the seventh annual Old City Fest on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 11:00am to 6:00pm, along N. 3rd Street (from Market to Race) and Arch Street (from 2nd to 4th).
by Michael Major - Sep 26, 2022
Check out photos from inside T-Mobile Arena in Las Vegas with unforgettable performances over the span of two days by Avril Lavigne, Black Eyed Peas, Halsey, Lionel Richie, LL COOL J feat. DJ Z-Trip, Luke Combs, Maren Morris, Megan Thee Stallion, Morgan Wallen, Pat Benatar & Neil Giraldo, Pitbull, Sam Smith, Sean Diddy Combs and The Black Keys.
by Alex Freeman - Sep 26, 2022
Stories of transformation highlight the newsletter this week - with two different stories below - one looking at the evolution of Broadway, the other how Regional Theatres are transforming. Both are asking questions in light of racial justice protests that have occured over the past few years, alongside a powerful moment for the labor movement.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2022
​​​​​​​Adapted from a book that was 'written to be read aloud', The Lost Spells is a creative response to the climate crisis summoning back what is often lost, inspiring audiences to care for the natural world and reminding them of the names of flora and fauna that are fading from our awareness. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2022
The 20th Anniversary Production of SUZAN-LORI PARKS' Pulitzer Prize-winning masterpiece, TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, will offer a limited number of tickets via digital lottery and in-person rush starting Tuesday, September 27.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2022
Old City District presents the seventh annual Old City Fest on Sunday, October 9, 2022, from 11:00am to 6:00pm, along N. 3rd Street (from Market to Race) and Arch Street (from 2nd to 4th).
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2022
Possum Point Players open a year of celebration with “Love Makes the World Go 'Round,” a gala that features music drawn from many musicals performed over the years since 1973. Starting at 6:00 pm, Saturday, Oct. 9, in Possum Hall, those attending will be treated to complimentary Champagne and desserts that reflect themes of some of Possums' favorite productions.
by Shari Barrett - Sep 26, 2022
Open Fist Theatre Company is presenting the world premiere of To the Bone, a darkly funny comedy about family, baseball, and genetics, written and directed by Catherine Butterfield. The play centers on sisters Kelly Moran and Maureen Dugan from the 'Irish Riviera' south of Boston, where they were known as 'hard girls' back in high school. And since the adage says that it's better to write about the things you know, I decided to ask Catherine Butterfield about how much of her own personal life is reflected in the play and what it's like to write and direct it herself.
by Paul Batterson - Sep 26, 2022
What did our critic think of REVIEW: DISNEY’S NEWSIES at Southern Theatre? Aristotle is credited with coming up with the phrase, 'the whole is greater than the sum of its parts.' Had he witnessed the Columbus Children Theatre's production of DISNEY'S NEWSIES, the philosopher may have reversed the quotation to 'the parts are greater than the sum of the whole.' An energetic cast, sharp management by director Joe Deer and choreographer Vincent Sylvester, and tight orchestration by musical director Lara Brooks lifted a cheesy musical to stellar heights.
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 25, 2022
Drew Hayden Taylor (Going Native, Cottagers & Indians, Searching for Winnetou, Mixed Blessings) and Paul Kemp (Nike’s Big Bet, Going Native, Cottagers & Indians, Searching for Winnetou of Paul Kemp Productions are pleased to present the documentary, The Pretendians, on The Passionate Eye, Friday, September 30 at 9 p.m. (9:30 NT) on CBC and CBC Gem. No repeats planned at this time. 
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 25, 2022
Andrea Dotto (Bandstand, Chita Rivera Award Nominee) is back at the Arrow Rock Lyceum Theater in the multi-faceted ensemble of A Grand Night For Singing, directed and choreographed by Sam Hay with music direction by Broadway's Joshua Zecher-Ross.
by Miranda Keating - Sep 25, 2022
This past weekend, Mildred’s Umbrella Theatre Company presented a visiting artist from Israel through her one-woman show that made its audience laugh and cry while educating about the struggles of infertility. Inspired by the true story of its performer, SCRAMBLED is highly physical show that is intimate, thought-provoking, and truly one-of-a-kind.
by John McDaid - Sep 24, 2022
The production by Brown/Trinity MFA brings this post-apocalyptic nightmare to vivid life with memorable performances and jaw-dropping visual style that make this show a must-see.
by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 24, 2022
Addictive Beats is a missed opportunity to attract a younger generation to explore mental health. Sure, the music is crazy cool and the show promises a great vibe, but, as it is, it’s a production that only scrapes the top of its themes but saved a lot of money on seat rental.
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 24, 2022
Ice Theatre of New York (ITNY) presents the Fall Frolic on October 27, 2022 at 7pm at the Sky Rink, Chelsea Piers. The event will honor Mexican Olympian skater Donovan Carrillo and his coach Gregorio Núñez with the Will Sears Award, which is presented each year to a skater who has shown exceptional daring and persistence in pursuit of their passion.
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 24, 2022
From photography and filmmaking to training in interview techniques and oral history, these young people will use their training to interview first generation Zimbabweans and document their rich stories and experiences, which will then be dramatised by a professional playwright.
by Blair Ingenthron - Sep 24, 2022
THE BOOK OF MORMON, winner of nine Tony Awards® including Best Musical, has announced a lottery ticket policy in Hershey, Pa., playing at Hershey Theatre September 27-October 2, 2022. A limited number of tickets will be available at $25 each.
by Michael Major - Sep 23, 2022
Enigmatic, balaclava-clad producer Malaa connects with frequent collaborator DJ Snake and Dutch artist Yung Felix for a sweltering electronic tune titled “Deep.” The single is true to its name as a low, propulsive bassline underscores club-igniting house percussion and soulful vocal chops atop the mix.
by Natalia Jarczynska - Sep 23, 2022
What did our critic think of A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM at Teatr Polski In Wroclaw?
by Michael Major - Sep 23, 2022
This continuing world tour is a testament to Dave Mason’s six decade enduring role as an icon in rock history as well as the unrelenting support of his music loving fans the world over.  Mason enjoyed a successful cross country run over the summer and is thrilled to get back out on the road to see his friends and fans.
by Christian Gill - Sep 23, 2022
That's the truth I'm hoping to be a part of. I'm hoping to be a part of a movement where the face of black men isn't just always so frownish. They're just more opportunities to see men as fathers who love the opportunity to be a father. I'm hoping that the writing gives that opportunity for us to see a black man enjoying being both a husband and a father and his voice in the community and what that meant and how reverberated in his community. That's important to me.
by Tara Bennett - Sep 23, 2022
What did our critic think of CLOTHES FOR A SUMMER HOTEL at Tennessee Williams Threatre Company?
by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2022
In an early Halloween treat, the Slow Burn Theatre 2022/2023 season presented by American National Bank begins with Little Shop of Horrors Saturday, October 15- Sunday, October 30 in the Amaturo Theater at the Broward Center for the Performing Arts. 
by Caroline Powell - Sep 22, 2022
Most theatre schedules follow the U.S. school schedule, which means that fresh theatre seasons are here! Whether you’re looking for a brand new show, or wanting to fall into the comfort of a classic, Atlanta theatre has something for everyone this autumn.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2022
Marylebone Theatre presents a realisation of an unfinished, visionary work by Friedrich Schiller. Dmitry (based on the peerless dramatist’s incomplete play Demetrius), will launch the bold new venue’s inaugural season and will star The Crown’s Tom Byrne (The Crown, Netflix; Twelfth Night, RSC; Black Mirror, Netflix) in the title role. See photos from inside rehearsal. 
by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2022
The irreverent Twitter charisma and indelible melodic songwriting of the Denver-based artist have led to collaborations with names such as Slayyyter, Ayesha Erotica, umru, and underscores, amassed him millions of streams, and endeared him to fans transfixed by his vibrant, Y2K bubblegum pop sound.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 22, 2022
GREAT LADIES, GREAT SONGS at Don't Tell Mama is proof-positive of why Amy Beth Williams has had the longevity she has, and why she has all the awards she has. Get your seat now.
by Linda Hodges - Sep 22, 2022
What did our critic, Linda Hodges think of CATS at San Jose Center For The Performing Arts?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2022
Arts Administrators of Color Network has selected writer, performer, activist, and arts advocate Karla Estela Rivera as its Executive Director following an extensive search process. Rivera began her tenure on September 19, 2022. She is preceded in the role by Quanice G. Floyd, Founder and former Director.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2022
Samantha Roberts will star in Here We Go at The Green Room 42 (570 Tenth Avenue) November 8th at 9:30pm.  She will be performing and directing an ensemble of artists.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2022
Wiltshire Creative and All The Queens Men today announce the UK premiere of Congress on 29 October, 7:30pm Salisbury Cathedral.
by Michael Major - Sep 21, 2022
Recorded live to tape in Nashville with some of the city’s biggest names—the aforementioned Gill, David Rawlings, Stuart Duncan, and Dennis Crouch—Schneider’s inaugural record is a testament to tradition, timelessness, and the modern relevance of old ways. As a whole, the record is a testament to the necessity of looking at the past.
by Jim Munson - Sep 21, 2022
BroadwayWorld talks to writer-performer Irma Herrera about 'Why Would I Mispronounce My Own Name?' which she has newly revised for a return engagement at The Marsh Berkeley running September 23 to October 21. Herrera uses humor to explore issues of othering and belonging, and ask what kind of society we want to be.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 21, 2022
54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club, will present a first-time ever concert event featuring the songs from the new musical Platinum Dreams. Platinum Dreams in Concert plays on January 30, 2023, at 7PM. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 21, 2022
The Den Theatre will welcome back comedian Cameron Esposito, performing two stand-up shows December 30 & 31, 2022 on The Heath Mainstage.
by Michael Major - Sep 21, 2022
Through Clint Black’s conversationalism, “Talking in Circles” stays true to Circle’s mission of giving fans an exclusive, behind-the-scenes look at their favorite country stars, featuring legendary names like Luke Combs, Sammy Hagar, Deana Carter, Chris Janson, and more.
by Hannah Wing - Sep 21, 2022
1st Stage's production of Mlima's Tale, directed by José Carrasquillo, is a surreal approach to what happens to Mlima after his death.
by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 20, 2022
After a virtual ceremony in 2020 and a pandemic-induced silence in 2021, The Stage Debut Awards have finally returned in all their glitz and glamour the day before the State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. Stage veterans and shooting starlets gathered to celebrate their debuts and, after a nationwide minute of silence at eight sharp, Susan Wokoma kicked off the festivities.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2022
While working as an assistant in a floral shop, shy Seymour stumbles across a new breed of plant. He names it “Audrey II,” after the coworker he has a crush on. But Audrey II isn’t as “proper” as Audrey. In a deep, R&B voice, it promises unending fame and fortune to Seymour as long as he supplies it with BLOOD! But just what does Audrey II have in mind for Seymour... and the world?
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2022
The George London Foundation for Singers, the organization devoted to the support of young opera singers named for the renowned Canadian-American bass-baritone, has a new name: the George and Nora London Foundation for Singers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2022
Ragamala Dance Company has announced Erik Madsen-Bond as their new Managing Director. Erik steps into this role after seven years with the company, most recently as the Director of Operations, where he played a key part in community engagement, tour management, and administrative operations.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2022
The SOHO International Film Festival (SIFFNYC), ​presented by SOHO Film Forum, ​is back live in person and ​will run from October 6th thru the 13th, 2022 ​at the Village East Cinema in New York City, ​with films in competition and exhibition from all over the world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2022
THE GREEN ROOM 42 will present Hanna Berggren in Hanna Berggren: My Favorite Sings Friday October  7th, 2022, at 9:30PM. Join Hanna, one of New York’s most exciting young emerging artists, for a one-night only concert.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2022
Single tickets will be available soon for an array of popular shows coming to Popejoy Hall as part of its Ovation Series.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2022
The board of directors of Central Florida Community Arts announced today that Terrance Hunter has been named CEO of CFCArts. 
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2022
New York City-based Tom Gold Dance will give the first complete in-person performance of Tom Gold Dance Founder and Director Tom Gold's Portraits and more in The Goldman-Sonnenfeldt Family Auditorium at the Marlene Meyerson JCC Manhattan, Wednesday, October 26.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2022
The Passim School of Music announced the schedule for the Fall Semester which will include a special masterclass taught by legendary folk singer-songwriter Dar Williams.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2022
The Theatre Lunatico ensemble returns to the stage in October to present Martin Crimp's seminal postmodern play, Attempts On Her Life.

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Names has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1997.

What productions of Names have there been?
Names has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 1997.