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by Eugene Lovendusky - Sep 4, 2007
BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 9/4/2007.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2007
Journey to Dollywood extends its run for an extra week at the Matrix Theatre, where the off-beat and imaginative new 'dramedy' is playing to packed houses. Performances will now continue through November 3.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2007
Nicu's Spoon and New York Deaf Theatre are pleased to announce the US premiere of Kosher Harry, directed by Stephanie Barton-Farcas and Aaron Kubey. Kosher Harry will play a three-week limited engagement at the Spoon Theater. Performances begin Wednesday, October 10 and continue Sunday, October 28. Opening Night is Friday, October 12 at 8PM.
by James Howard - Nov 5, 2007
WHO: Theatre Hopkins WHAT: Nickel and Dimed (and NOT Getting by in America) WHEN: Through November 18. Fri - Sat at 8PM, Sun at 2PM. WHERE: The Mobtown Theatre at Meadow Mill. INFORMATION: www.jhu.edu
by James Howard - Nov 27, 2007
NEW THIS WEEK! Several local theatres to present holiday fare for families and adults! PLUS: Free Theatre for BWW Readers!
by Michael Dale - Nov 26, 2007
Marc Kudisch soars in The Glorious Ones, as does Liz Callaway at The Metropolitian Room. Also, an update on The Iron Maiden of Broadway.
by Kristin Huffman - Nov 23, 2007
In November, Kristin Huffman made her Broadway debut as Sarah (flute, piccolo and sax) in John Doyle's production of Company. The actress, with a new series of tales that go inside the making of Company from an actor's perspective, starting at the Cincinnati Playhouse and on to New York, continues her stories about a 15-year career that has led her to the door of the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
by James Howard - Nov 19, 2007
NEW THIS WEEK! An EXCLUSIVE, FREE PREVIEW FOR BWW READERS! Best Bet at Spotlighters! Readers Write: Are Audiences Shrinking? New shows open at MET and Onstage! Discounts and much more!
by James Howard - Nov 13, 2007
UPDATE! SPOTLIGHTERS JOB OPENINGS! New discounts! New contest announced! News of Laurel Mill Playhouse! Two Best Bets! Two audition notices! Contest winners review MY FAIR LADY!
by Mark Rupp - May 8, 2007
Tony Award-winner Linda Lavin, joined by acclaimed pianist and performer Billy Stritch, recently appeared at the Metropolitan Room from May 4th through May 7th.
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2007
Directors have been announced for The Workshp Theater Company's series of two-character plays written by Rich Orloff, entitled Couples.
by Adrienne Onofri - May 29, 2007
Anna also designed four other shows currently running in NY: 'Curtains,' 'In the Heights,' 'Avenue Q' and 'Altar Boyz.'
by Randy Rice - May 28, 2007
William Inge's play about a small-town diner and it's patrons is firmly a part of Broadway lore. 2nd Story's production of Bus Stop has been extended through June 16th
by BWW News Desk - May 25, 2007
Bug, the new William Friedkin (The French Connection, The Excorcist) directed thriller starring Ashley Judd (Double Jeopardy, Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood), Michael Shannon (8 Mile) and Harry Connick, Jr. (Broadway's The Pajama Game), opens in theaters nationwide today, May 25.
by James Sims - May 25, 2007
The Lost Angels Theatre Company will extend their production of Tracy Letts' Obie award-winning play Bug through July 8, currently in its Los Angeles premiere at the Coast Playhouse in West Hollywood...
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2007
Ravinia Festival Chairman Michael E. Lavin and President and CEO Welz Kauffman today announced details of the 2007 season of music theater and dance events.
by James Howard - Mar 4, 2008
NEW NEWS OF: Single Carrot, Everyman, Signature THeatre, and MUCH MORE! BEST BET & READERS WRITE!
by Chicago News Desk - Mar 29, 2008
Joel Drake's Dark Comedy 'Four Places' at Victory Gardens Biograph Theatre March 28- May 4, 2008
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2007
Lost Angels Theatre Company, winner of the 2005 Ovation Award for Best Production for Killer Joe brings Los Angeles the Los Angeles premiere of the Obie award-winning, critically-acclaimed, smash-hit Off-Broadway play, BUG, written by Tracy Letts and directed by Scott Cummins
by Beau Higgins - Mar 22, 2007
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2008
The Manhattan Repertory Theatre will be presenting the original work, 'Crossing Lights' this Spring as part of their Amazing Play Festival. It was written by up-and-coming playwright Jonathan G Galvez and directed by Joshua Key-Maginnis. The piece will be presented April 30 thru May 2 at 9PM.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2007
Michael Sterling, Producer of Sterling's Upstairs located at the legendary Vitello's restaurant located in Studio City, has announced Tricia Ridgway, Allison Jones, 4 Friends, Stewart Rose, Three of a Kind and Mary Susan Reed as his July, 2007 roster of headliners.
by Ryan Woods - Jun 1, 2007
Four-time Emmy award-winning Rhea Perlman, best known for playing feisty and quick-witted waitress Carla Tortelli in the American sitcom classic Cheers, one of the most successful US sitcoms of all time, will make her London stage debut as she joins the cast of the West End hit comedy, Boeing-Boeing on 25 June to play long-suffering housekeeper Bertha.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 1, 2007
Four-time Emmy award-winning Rhea Perlman, best known for playing feisty and quick-witted waitress Carla Tortelli in the American sitcom classic 'Cheers,'will make her London stage debut as she joins the cast of the West End hit comedy, Boeing-Boeing on June 25 to play long-suffering housekeeper Bertha
by James Sims - Jan 3, 2008
BroadwayWorld's own James Sims sat in on NBC's 'The Office' Star Melora Hardin's rehearsal before catching up with the actress to talk about her singing background, working with Alexander and how she juggles film and television roles with motherhood and song-writing...
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2008
After a six month search in Sweden the two finalists - Linda Holmgreen and Nina Soderquist - will perform live in TV3's 'West End Star' series finale this Saturday 2 February, battling it out to win the holy grail of prizes: the role of The Lady of the Lake in the West End production of Monty Python's Spamalot.
by Joseph F. Panarello - Jan 27, 2008
When an audience is sitting in an intimate theater and watching a two-character play, the only way to gauge their appreciation is by the quality of the silence between the bon mots that are scattered throughout the text. Such is the case at New York's Theater For A New City, where Matt Morillo's new play All Aboard The Marriage Hearse is the current attraction.
by Anthony Lewis - Jan 14, 2008
The 22nd Young Playwrights Festival at Pegasus Players is currently running in their impressive Truman College Location.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2008
The five finalists voted by Swedish television's reality show 'West End Star' today visit London's Palace Theatre to begin rehearsals for the chance to play The Lady of the Lake, the leading female role in the West End hit musical, Monty Python's Spamalot.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2008
EVN Productions and Ariana Jackson, in association with The Village Muse will present the West Coast Premiere of Orange Lemon Egg Canary, A Trick In Four Acts, written by Rinne Groff under the direction of Talya Klein. The cast will include Martina Lotun, Ann Moller, Elizabeth V. Newman and Brett Schneider as 'Great.'
by James Howard - Feb 26, 2008
JUST ADDED! Special discount to Pageant! New this week: Toby's nominated for FOUR Helen Hayes Awards! Two Best Bets! New children's shows! New audition notices! News of Theatre Project and FPCT!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2008
Full cast and creative team has been announced for William Hauptman's Domino Courts, to be presented at the WorkShop Theater Mainstage March 20-29. The production, directed by Michael Mislove, will open officially on March 20.
by Randy Rice - Feb 22, 2008
The touring production of 'The Wedding Singer' provides a pleasant evening of musical theater
by BWW News Desk - Feb 2, 2008
On Saturday, February 2 Nina Söderquist was crowned as the new Lady of the Lake for the hit West End Musical Monty Python's Spamalot. Having won TV3's 'West End Star,' going head to head with Linda Holmgren in the Swedish live TV final, Nina received over 59% of the votes from the viewing public declaring her the winner. Söderquist will have her first performance as The Lady of the Lake at the Palace Theatre on Monday February 11, 2008
by Randy Rice - Feb 15, 2008
The Tony-nominated Broadway musical comedy will play the Providence Performing Arts Center February 19th - 24th
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2007
The ten Ladies of the Lake selected by Swedish television reality show 'West End Star' were revealed this weekend on Sweden's TV3. The finalists - selected by a panel of experts from almost a thousand hopefuls who attended auditions across Sweden - will now battle it out in a series of live studio shows to claim the holy grail of prizes: the role of the Lady of the Lake in the West End production of Monty Python's Spamalot.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 14, 2007
It was announced today that Melora Hardin will be moonlighting from her day job on the highly successful comedy 'The Office' to entertaining at the Catalina Jazz Club with her show 'At the Water Cooler.'
by James Sims - Dec 14, 2007
David Mamet's much anticipated musical A Waitress in Yellowstone has been pulled from Center Theatre Group's Kirk Douglas Theatre's upcoming season, replaced by another Mamet world premiere, Keep Your Pantheon, according to CTG Artistic Director Michael Ritchie...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2007
The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF), now in its fourth year, is a three-week event in NYC that has premiered over 90 musicals in its first three years, becoming the largest musical theatre event in America. Tickets for NYMF productions are available at www.nymf.org or by calling 212-352-3101. This year's Festival will run from September 17 through October 7 with the following schedule of events...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2007
According to the Chicago Sun-Times, Patti LuPone may be returning to the boards in a new musical.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2007
Birdland has announced its September line-up
by Kristin Huffman - Aug 10, 2007
In November, Kristin Huffman made her Broadway debut as Sarah (flute, piccolo and sax) in John Doyle's production of Company. The actress, with a new series of tales that go inside the making of Company from an actor's perspective, starting at the Cincinnati Playhouse and on to New York, continues her stories about a 15-year career that has led her to the door of the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2007
The Workshp Theater Company will present a series of two-character plays focusing on love and desire. All the plays are written by Rich Orloff, whose plays have enjoyed production on all seven continents, Antarctica included. Entitled Couples, the show consists of eight short two-character plays presented together in one evening for the first time.
by Chicago News Desk - Apr 28, 2008
Due to popular demand, Victory Gardens Theater is extending its current world premiere production 'Four Places' through May 11th.
by Randy Rice - Apr 26, 2008
The Black Rep's 2008-2009 Theater Season includes a dark comic thriller by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Tracy Letts, the first play in August Wilson's Century Cycle, and the American premiere of an epic, yet intimate, story of civil war in Africa.
by Beau Higgins - Apr 21, 2008
'Mammy's Pantry' was inspired by Mammy's Cupboard, a vintage restaurant in rural Mississippi built in the shape of a giant Mammy. The full-length comedy tells the story of Charles, a University of Miami student in the midst of an identity crisis, and what he learns about identity on the road to Mammy's Pantry.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 13, 2007
Three world premieres are among the six new plays presented in the 2007-8 season of the Kirk Douglas Theatre.
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