The Guys

by Craig Brockman - Oct 1, 2003
I had a few minutes to chat with Melissa Errico about her role on Miss Match, her concerts and more.
by Adrienne Onofri - Nov 26, 2003
With 'Omnium Gatherum' closing this weekend, Adrienne reflects on 9/11 plays and speculates on why none has emerged as an unqualified critical and commercial success.
by - Jan 1, 2001
In this week's edition, we caught up with Derek Klena, who is starring as 'Fiyero' in Wicked- currently playing at the GershwinTheatre.
by Roger Martin - Jan 1, 2001
There's a lovely presentation of a beloved old musical at Boca Raton's Wick Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
Kelsen Brewing Company is excited to announce its first annual release of Vintta Russian Imperial Stout. This 12% ABV beer is a collaboration between Kelsen Brewing Company and Cask & Vine, a local Derry restaurant focused on craft beer, great wine and fine food. Beginning today, Vintta Russian Imperial Stout will start arriving in limited quantites at select craft beer stores and restaurants in Southern New Hampshire.
by BWW Special Coverage - Jan 1, 2001
Mary Bridget Davies won the 2014 Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading Role in a Musical for A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN. This is Mary Bridget Davies's first Tony nomination. Her theatre credits include It Ain't Nothin' But the Blues, Anything Goes, and the national tour of Love, Janis.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
For a month this summer, The Actors' Gang, the renowned Los Angeles based ensemble theatre company, will perform A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Actors' Gang Theater in Culver City. Tickets for performances can be purchased anytime at, by calling the box office: (310) 838-4264 or by visiting The Actors' Gang theatre in Culver City (9070 Venice Boulevard). The box office is open Thursdays through Saturdays from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
Theatrical Outfit has announced it's 2013-14 season, set for the Balzer Theater at Herren's. Check out the full lineup below!
by Kathy Strain - Jan 1, 2001
So our first week in the studio was beyond incredible. It's hard to put into wordsexactly what I was feeling those couple of days, but I can honestly say I've never ever felt that way making a record before. Not only is it inspiring for us to be making the record we want to make for a label that we love so dearly, but it's equally inspiring to be working in a studio that we put months and months of effort into building from literally nothing. I love being able to engineer and produce our own record with a team of people who believes in us so much. The folks at MPress Records love what we do, believe in our vision, and want us to see it through. We used that as momentum these first couple of days in the studio, and what we came up with was exactly what we were hoping for going into it. I asked each of the guys to tell me something about their experience this first week, short or long, and I think I'll do it like that in the weeks ahead. Sean was able to explain a little more of the technical side of what we accomplished this week. “On a sonic level, the first two days were a real indication of the possibilities we have to explore,” Sean tells me. “Conceptually it's already falling into place in the way we've intended it to from day one of preproduction. There was a moment during the first day, when we were finding drum sounds/miking drums, where it occurred to me just how unique of an opportunity we have to direct almost every musical and sonic aspect of this process. “Any nervousness or trepidation went out the window the moment that we landed on a kick drum sound for the first song,” he explains further. “We were shaping the drum on a preamp and someone said 'There! It sounds like a kick drum!' and I threw my fists in the air triumphantly. Once that moment happened, everything clicked, and musically it just all started to move at a really great pace. To top it all off, we just had a ton of fun working together.” Brendan and Shaun both seem to really be inspired by being able to have creative control during this process while taking the vision and experience of the folks at MPress in with us each and every step of the way.“It feels amazing to be 100% in control,” says Brendan. “The idea of self-producing and self-engineering this record was a bit intimidating in theory, but as soon as we started, that feeling transformed into excitement. The sense of pride that comes with doing this ourselves seems to be fueling the creative energy. It also doesn't hurt that we have the time and resources to experiment. We don't have to just turn microphones on and press record. We can take our time figuring out the best way to execute an idea. I'm unbelievably excited to keep working on this record. If this is how it's begun, I can't wait to see what's ahead of us.” “This is our first time self-producing a project, and it's exactly how we've always envisioned it,” says our bass player Shaun Rhoades. “We've been together as a four-piece for over eight years now, and we still haven't lost the spark that we had that first time we played together in the Kelly family's basement in New York. Even though we were only in the studio for a couple of days to start, I can already envision where everything is headed, and it feels just as exciting and fresh as it did all those years ago.”All in all, the first couple of days in the studio were a success. We got the basic tracking done for a few songs and have already started to add layers to them. We all are hearing and seeing the same things for these songs, which is a beautiful thing, and although there will likely be challenges and possibly some creative differences as we start to explore different sounds, tones, instruments, and the like, I know that we can bring it together to incorporate each of our individual ideas.As the next few weeks unfold, I'm excited to hopefully share with you some pictures and possibly videos of our time in the studio. For now, thanks for reading, and I'm looking forward to seeing how this next week unfolds.
by Stage Tube - Jan 1, 2000
2CELLOS, music's most electric and dynamic instrumental duo, release a new music video for 'Wake Me Up' by Avicii.
by TV News Desk - Jan 1, 2000
On last night's TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, music guest Jenny Lewis performed the first single from her new album, 'Just One of the Guys' for the live studio audience.