by Vikki Jane Vile - Nov 30, 2019
There's a lot riding on this revival of Ninette de Valois' production of Coppélia. Not only is it being performed by an (almost) entirely new crop of dancers since it was last seen here in 2006, it replaces Sir Peter Wright's long loved production of Nutcracker as this year's festive treat. 
by Taylor Clemons - Nov 29, 2019
As Chilina Kennedy is preparing to take her final bow as Dina, she takes a moment to discuss the show, it's impact, and what it means to her.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2019
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 11/29/2019 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by Review Roundups - Nov 29, 2019
Royal Shakespeare Company's (RSC) present a new musical, The Boy in the Dress. Based on the best-selling novel by David Walliams, The Boy in the Dress features sixteen original compositions by Robbie Williams and his long-term writing partner Guy Chambers.
by TV News Desk - Nov 29, 2019
After the launch of her track 'Bad News Baby', Finnish, highlighter haired superstar ALMA teams up with Digital Farm Animals to bring us 'Bad News Baby (DFA remix)' – listen below!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2019
Today, Headlong have announced their programme for 2020/21, the final season under current Artistic Director, Jeremy Herrin.
by TV News Desk - Nov 27, 2019
With the release of their enigmatically titled upcoming album 'When We Return', multi-talented, world renowned artist and performer Simrit and her powerhouse band are primed for the next phase of their career, fully engaged once again in sharing their epic cinematic blend of hypnotic grooves and transcendent mystical energies.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2019
Toronto, Ontario...BirdLand Theatre in collaboration with Artepunkt-Belgrade, Serbia and Lauerat-Novi Sad, is proud to present a bold new theatrical experience Mari(j)a is Everywhere, inspired by the plays NOISE and ABYSS from internationally renowned German playwright of Serbian origin Maria Milisavljevic.
by TV News Desk - Nov 26, 2019
The newly-founded Girls' Choice initiative kicks off a year-round mission to educate and empower a new generation, focusing on today's most pressing issues and causes. In collaboration with our partner organizations, Girls' Choice will provide resources and inspiration to millions of young people across the country.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2019
Black and Brown Theatre is proud to announce the performance dates for their newest holiday show, a?oeBlessed: A Christmas Carol Adaptationa??. The modern retelling is written by Julianna Gonzalez, directed by Kennikki Jones-Jones and stars Sasha Joelle Johnson as the iconic villain-turned-hero, Ebony Scrooge. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2019
The Denver Rocky Mountain Chapter of the American Guild of Organists in collaboration with the Historic Denver, Inc. join together for the a?oe8th Annual Pipe Organ Tour.a??
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2019
According to the New York Times, Peter Gelb's contract as general manager of the Metropolitan Opera has been extended through at least 2027.
by Paul Bolton - Nov 25, 2019
Tony Award winning Best Play 'The Humans' (2016) now showing at The San Jose Stage Company.
by David McKibbin - Nov 25, 2019
Slow Burn Theatre Company begins its 10th season with an ogre-ific musical about self-acceptance and letting your freak flag fly. Shrek, The Musical, which opened on October 26 at the Broward Center's Amaturo Theater, gives audiences the perfect blend of heart and gross-out humor. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2019
Latvian-born singer/songwriter Linards Zarins returns with the release of his highly-anticipated new single 'I Miss You.' Continuing a tradition of blazing trails and breaking ground, Zarins sets for a big impact at radio.
by Stage Tube - Nov 25, 2019
TODAY's Hoda Kotb helps bring you the news every day, but on Monday Hoda broke some big news of her own – she's engaged! She says Joel “got down on one knee” and popped the question. See her break the news live to her shocked TODAY colleagues – and the ring!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2019
Charlie Bucket has been found and he has a Golden Ticket! Producers John Frost, Craig Donnell, Warner Bros Theatre Ventures, Langley Park Productions and Neal Street.
by Charlotte Downes - Nov 24, 2019
The Snowman has been performed at the Peacock Theatre for Christmas for over 20 years and continues to charm audiences of all ages. For many families, it seems to mark the beginning of the Christmas season. It's also clearly a lot of children's first experience of theatre, with a significant number of babies and toddlers watching.
by Blair Howell - Nov 23, 2019
AMERICAN PSYCHO gushes blood, sex and moneya?'and Utah Rep fearlessly stages the musical of the controversial bestseller. The musical has 'something for everyone: romance, murder, '80s nostalgia, and a cornucopia of sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll,' says the company's director. 'Yet despite its surface, this isn't a mindless ride through escapism. Before the audience has a chance to catch their breath, their minds, and maybe even hearts, will already be engaged.'
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2019
Showcasing another impactful intersection of arts and technology, the Georgia Tech Office of Arts will present choreographer and disability arts innovator Alice Sheppard and the Kinetic Light team for the Atlanta premiere of a?oeDESCENTa?? at the Ferst Center for the Arts on Nov. 23 at 8 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2019
New Jersey Performing Arts Center (NJPAC) presents the Kwanzaa Festival & Marketplace on Friday, December 20, 2019 at 6:00 p.m. and Saturday, December 21, 2019 at 9:00 a.m.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2019
Jean-Michel and Anne are newly engaged, and now her straight-laced parents want to meet his. The only problem? His birth-mother is out of the picture, his dad owns a drag nightclub, and his mom is the star of the show! Jean-Michel wants just one night with his parents playing it a?oestraighta?? to impress Anne's parents. What's a Drag Queen to do? If you're a fan of Mama Ru and The Birdcage is a favorite, then you'll love Jerry Herman's original a?oeHera??story-making Broadway musical a?" La Cage aux Folles!  
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2019
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 11/21/2019 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2019
This December, Lincoln Center presents a plethora of music, dance, theater, and panel events across the campus and beyond. After celebrating their 10th anniversary last month, the David Rubenstein Atrium continues to offer free programming consisting of diverse live performances, screenings, and panel conversations. The 2019-20 season of LC Kids (October 5-June 7, 2020) is in full swing with free and ticketed events developed for toddlers, children, and teenagers stepping into young adulthood. The ongoing Great Performers series (October 29-May 16, 2020) continues with a Lincoln Center debut for a Sunday Morning Coffee Concert.
by Marianka Swain - Nov 20, 2019
It wouldn't be Christmas without Birmingham Repertory Theatre's family favourite The Snowman, now in its 22nd consecutive year. This beloved dance adaptation of Raymond Briggs' tale returns to Sadler's Wells' Peacock Theatre this week as part of its UK tour. Martin Fenton talks to BroadwayWorld about taking on the all-important title role.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2019
Producer Jer Adrianne Lelliott has announced the West Coast premiere of See You At The Funeral!. Written and performed by Tova Katz and directed by Diana Wyenn, there will be two performances only at the Broadwater Main Stage in Hollywood on Friday, November 29, and Saturday, November 30, at 8pm.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2019
Greenhouse Theater Center is pleased to announce the launch of Young People's Theatre of Lincoln Park (YPT), a new company offering both high-quality Theater for Young Audience (TYA) productions (professional actors performing for children and families), along with performance opportunities for children of all ages and backgrounds. Housed in the historic Greenhouse Theater Center in the heart of Chicago's Lincoln Park neighborhood, YPT will announce its inaugural 2020-21 season in the Spring of 2020. Randy White, who most recently directed GTC's critically acclaimed production of Midsummer (A Play with Songs), will serve as the theatre's Managing and Artistic Director. As part of its mission, YPT will commission and develop new works and offer educational opportunities for young people.
by TV News Desk - Nov 20, 2019
Recording Academy® President/CEO Deborah Dugan alongside Academy Chair of the Board of Trustees and renowned record producer Harvey Mason Jr., as well as GRAMMY Awards® host Alicia Keys and past two-time GRAMMY® nominee Bebe Rexha, today revealed nominees for the 62nd GRAMMY Awards in select categories. This year's nominees reflect a melting pot of artistic innovation that defined the year in music, showcasing the unparalleled craftsmanship of established artists and the industry-shifting impact of rising music creators. Leading nominees Lizzo (8), Billie Eilish (6) and Lil Nas X (6) not only topped the charts but ignited a cultural conversation around their genre-bending hits. As the only peer-selected music award, the GRAMMY Awards are voted on by the Recoding Academy's membership body of music makers, who represent all genres and creative disciplines, including recording artists, songwriters, producers, mixers and engineers.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 20, 2019
Hailed as a a?oenear-perfect movie musical,a?? Singin' in the Rain is nonetheless a challenge for companies mounting a full-scale version of it a?oelive and onstage.a?? It's not just about making it rain onstage during the show's eponymous song and dance number, but more about capturing the magic of bringing movies to life without all the technical wizardry of a film studio at one's behest.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2019
Today the matinee performance of the National Theatre's acclaimed production of War Horse at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre had a special audience made up of more than 1,300 young people from state schools across the Borough of Brent. This performance was introduced by author Michael Morpurgo, who welcomed the young people, saying, 'It's completely wonderful for War Horse to be performed to an auditorium full of young people, many of whom will have never set foot in a theatre before. These are the most important audiences and I shall be sat there right alongside them, only perhaps crying a little more.'
by Stage Tube - Nov 19, 2019
Newly engaged Ron Funches explains to James why the time 11:11 and Ed Sheeran's 'Shape of You' were integral elements of his proposal.
by Dara Homer - Nov 19, 2019
Clothes can be incredibly evocative, especially for women, and the play Love, Loss, and What I Wore explores this idea with great playfulness and depth. The production at World Stage Theatre Company that closed this past weekend was a testament to the female capacity to overcome adversity and the ability of an ensemble cast to inspire a sense of sisterhood on stage.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2019
Enter into the true spirit of the season with a concert that will appeal to all ages. Join us for an afternoon of singing at the Guelph Chamber Choir's Christmas Lessons & Carols Concert, conducted by Charlene Pauls, on Sunday, December 1, 2019 at 3:00 pm at the beautiful St. George's Anglican Church in downtown Guelph.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2019
Excluded is a powerful and urgent piece of new writing that delves into the lives of our young people in education and holds a mirror up, unearthing their issues and exposing a system that ignores some of the most vulnerable in our society.
by TV News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
CBS Television Studios and the Television Academy Foundation today announced a partnership to launch a unique “Star Trek” internship program in 2020, for graduate and undergraduate college students nationwide, that will reflect the franchise's core values of inclusion and diversity titled “Television Academy Foundation Internships: 'Star Trek' Command Training Program.” The announcement comes on the heels of the Television Academy Foundation's “Power of TV” program, “'Star Trek,' 50 Years of Diversity and Inclusion,” showcased during its annual Faculty Seminar: The Conference, Nov. 4-6. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan has adapted the drama, 'The Investigation: A Search for the Truth in Ten Acts' from former special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's report.  This edited 80-minute version focuses primarily on Mueller's findings around whether President Trump obstructed justice. Artistic Directors and theatrical talent from throughout the Twin Cities are donating their time and imagination to bring this report alive.  The event is free and open to all.  Come participate in the shaping of our country's future.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
ART's Executive Director David J. Roberts and Creative Director Raelle Myrick-Hodges today announced the line-up for the renowned Brooklyn-based organization's Winter-Spring schedule part of its 2019-2020 Season. Known as a hub for artistic innovation and the home for artists across the African Diaspora, 651's new season will highlight the spirit of collaboration and celebrate the eclecticism of Black performance.
by Jim Munson - Nov 15, 2019
David Hirata has got quite a lot to offer with his multi-layered 'A Box Without a Bottom (Soko-nashi Bako).' He combines elements of a magic show with his own personal narrative as he also tells the surprising history of Japanese magicians in 19th-century America, all in a tight 55 minutes. It's a tall order, and Hirata largely succeeds. The idea for the show came to Hirata, a lifelong magic nerd, when he learned that the first Japanese person given a passport to leave Japan for the US was magician Namigoro Sumidagawa in 1866.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2019
Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts (PAAL) is partnering with The Public Theater in New York City to present the first national summit on parent support in the performing arts. Lead facilitators from various theatre companies, organizations, and professions will engage in semi-open facilitation with summit participants on a range of topics including: cost-effective financial benefits to childcare stipends, budgeting for childcare, hiring laws, compliance, family leave, and more. The PAAL Summit will provide performing arts leaders with an intimate and safe space for active discussion, resource exchange, and concept generation. The PAAL National Handbook on Caregiver Support will guide the sessions, including the handbook's research into needs and solutions for both administrative and creative roles, original case studiesa?"including the Radical Parent-Inclusion (RPI) Project, which was co-led by PAAL and The Playwrights Realm, and data from the PAAL National Childcare Grant program on how affordable stipends for childcare can make a sustainable impact.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2019
Immigration is a hot topic now. On the news, in your social media feed, and maybe even at your dinner parties. But at the theatre? American Monarch Theatre Company is hoping to make this, and other culturally provocative issues, more prevalent on the region's stages. With its musical offering of The Immigrant, the company is looking to utilize theatre as a stepping stone for conversation, and hopefully action.
by Brandon Horwin - Dec 4, 2019
The Illusionists: Magic of the Holidays had me instantly intrigued just by the title. I was interested in the idea of coupling magic with the theme of the holidays. After all, magic is a crucial part of the holiday season, and this show sounds like an excellent addition to that magic that comes around this time of the year. Unfortunately, this show did not impress with it's 'holiday magic extravaganza.'
by Zac Thriffiley - Dec 3, 2019
Emilio Rodríguez's recent play SWIMMING WHILE DROWNING, currently receiving its Dallas premiere with Cara Mía Theatre, manages to share the trials and tribulations of two queer homeless youths in a manner inventive, tender, and authentic.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2019
Set in Damon Runyon's mythical New York City, Guys and Dolls is an oddball romantic comedy. Gambler, Nathan Detroit, tries to find the cash to set up the biggest craps game in town while the authorities breathe down his neck; meanwhile, his girlfriend and nightclub performer, Adelaide, laments that they've been engaged for fourteen years. Nathan turns to fellow gambler, Sky Masterson, for the dough, and Sky ends up chasing the straight-laced missionary, Sarah Brown, as a result. Guys and Dolls takes us from the heart of Times Square to the cafes of Havana, Cuba, and even into the sewers of New York City, but eventually everyone ends up right where they belong.
by Vicki Trask - Dec 3, 2019
Two lovers, scorned, and now playful rivals, are brought together in the pursuit of love and happiness. Two more lovers are brought together and separated by jealousy and anger only to find each other once again in the afterlife. One of Shakespeare's timeless romantic comedies, Much Ado About Nothing is a story about relationships. And what could be more contemporary than a play about youth and their relationships?
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2019
Henry Timms, President and CEO of Lincoln Center, and Deborah Borda, President and CEO of the New York Philharmonic, today unveiled plans for the reimagination of David Geffen Hall. The project will transform the concert hall and all public spaces, enhancing the concertgoing experience, fostering a sense of community, and creating bold and innovative ways to connect with the world outside.
by Kelly Rogers Flynt - Dec 2, 2019
Taproot Theatre breathes some fresh air into the holiday season with their production of THE BISHOP'S WIFE: A LIVE RADIO PLAY. While other theater leans on the old standards, Taproot is rolling the dice and presents a new adaptation of a lesser-known work. Their gamble is already paying off with smiles, cheer, and holiday spirit. THE BISHOP'S WIFE is a perfect blend of nostalgia and freshness.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2019
Now in its seventh year, the annual An Evening on the Stage gala dinner will honor philanthropists Carol and Dixon Doll on Wednesday, December 4, at 6 p.m.
by Greg Kerestan - Dec 2, 2019
People get VERY worked up about their precious Les Miserables- case in point, I saw a seven-year-old boy two rows in front of me, dressed in a full Javert costume at the Benedum stop of the national tour. It is so well-known and so well-loved that even if you're not a theatre person you probably know at least a few of the best-known songs, like 'On My Own' and 'Bring Him Home' from constant media saturation. Others you'd recognize from reference and parody: nearly every send-up of musicals from the 1980s on has spoofed 'One Day More' and its increasingly complex but rousing counterpoint.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2019
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