by Jan Nargi - Sep 26, 2004
Michael Weller's 9/11 Mindbender Debuts at Boston's New Rep
by Jake Brunger - Sep 2, 2004
Barrowman goes to Chicago and Lloyd Webber's in town!
by Michael Dale - Oct 25, 2004
Craig Lucas' quirky Christmas comedy features a shining star
by Adrienne Onofri - Nov 25, 2004
Review of the all-star concert...
by Jena Tesse Fox - May 14, 2004
Don Nigro's study of war and revenge has its New York premiere at the Pantheon.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2005
Mint Theater Company has announced that its premiere of Arthur Schnitzler's Der einsame Weg entitled The Lonely Way will continue through Sunday, May 1st due to critical acclaim and popular demand.
by Jan Nargi - Mar 17, 2005
Hartford Stage serves up tasty Cuban dish while SpeakEasy's metaphorical cigar story fails to ignite
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2005
For its 25th Anniversary Season, Performance Space 122 has re-vamped its longstanding series New Stuff to create a brand new residency program for emerging artists working in the fields dance, theater and multi-disciplinary performance. Over the course of the year, six of New York's most promising and innovative emerging artists have created new works which will culminate in repertory presentations during The New, New Stuff, April 28-May 15, 2005.
by Jena Tesse Fox - Jun 14, 2004
Hunt Holman's new comedy examines the competition among friends to give up their kidney to a dying man.
by Jan Nargi - Jan 27, 2005
Two alpha-male wannabes in one cage equals explosive drama, either way you cast it.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2005
The New Group will present the first New York revival of Hurlyburly by David Rabe as the second show of its 2004-2005 mainstage season.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
Joseph V. Melillo, executive producer of the Brooklyn Academy of Music, today announced programming for the 2012 Next Wave Festival, in its 30th year. The festival runs from September 5 to January 19 and comprises dance, theater, music, music-theater, nouveau cirque, film, and multimedia events. This season, BAM presents its first engagements at the new BAM Richard B. Fisher Building. The Fishman Space, a flexible 250-seat venue, will be showcased in various configurations with 15 diverse productions. The Next Wave Festival also features BAMcafé Live weekend music events, BAMcinématek programs, visual art exhibitions, artist talks, and literary events.
by Sarah Bellet - Jan 1, 2001
Discovery Channel is going back in time to follow the story of the California Gold Rush from the very beginning in the four-part documentary miniseries GOLD FEVER premiering Friday October 11 and October 18 at 9 PM ET/PT
by Emily Stubbs - Jan 1, 2001
Three old friends. A motel room. And one big secret. With the Steubenville trial bringing the discussion on rape to the forefront, Night Lights Theatre is proud to present TAPE, which explores the differing perspectives on what happened one night between two drunk high school seniors. Ten years later, three friends are forced to confront and grapple with an event they thought was long buried. TAPE is explosive, twisted, funny, and heart-wrenching.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
by BWW News Desk - Jan 1, 2001
Stage Left Theatre announces the upcoming world premiere of The Bottle Tree, written by Beth Kander and directed by ensemble member Amy Szerlong. The Bottle Tree is the first production of Stage Left' s 35th season.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2005
Gina Gionfroddo's new play starring Anna Paquin and Kieran Culkin opens tonight at the Off-Broadway Vineyard Theatre
by Jan Nargi - Feb 26, 2005
Pick the diamonds cast, pick a winner. Pick the clubs cast, pick a winner. Miss the final leg of this explosive drama's three-state tour, you're a loser.
by BWW - Feb 13, 2005
We spoke to your favorites to find out what they thought was the most romantic Broadway love song.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2004
Karen Mason, one of Broadway and cabaret's most powerful performers, is bringing her acclaimed yearly holiday concert, Christmas! Christmas! Christmas!, to Birdland (315 West 44th Street) on Monday, December 13th at 7pm. Cover charge is $30 with a $10 food/drink minimum.
by Jan Nargi - Dec 14, 2004
Boston gets a second serving of the play that arrived Off-Broadway via the Hub last year
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2004
Michael Arden, who wrote the music to Easter Rising will be one of the featured performers on December 21 at Joe's Pub.