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by Faetra Petillo - Sep 24, 2008
Variety is reporting that due to the unexpected early closing of Xanadu this coming Sunday, a limited holiday run of Slava's Snowshow is likely to take place at the Helen Hayes Theater.
by Faetra Petillo - Sep 2, 2008
New York Director Michael Unger has created a new professional networking website for performers, casting directors, and agents, auditionconnection.com
by Robert Diamond - Sep 16, 2008
Parallel Exit, New York's highly acclaimed physical theatre company, returns to Joyce SoHo from November 6-9 with TIME STEP, a brand new work blending tap, rhythm, and physical comedy. Tickets are $15 and are available by phone at 212-352-3101 or www.joyce.org.
by Kristin Allard - Sep 16, 2008
Parallel Exit, New York's highly acclaimed physical theatre company, returns to Joyce SoHo from November 6-9 with 'Time Step,' a brand new work blending tap, rhythm, and physical comedy. Tickets are $15 and are available by phone at 212-352-3101 or www.joyce.org.
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 3, 2008
Rumors that due to the unexpected early closing of Xanadu this coming Sunday, a limited holiday run of Slava's Snowshow is likely to take place at the Helen Hayes Theater have been confirmed as true today. Telecharge.com is currently selling tickets to performances started November 11th, 2008.
by Reynard Loki - Oct 27, 2008
Parallel Exit, New York's highly acclaimed physical theatre company, returns to Joyce SoHo from November 6-9 with TIME STEP, a brand new work blending tap, rhythm, and physical comedy.
by Duncan Pflaster - Oct 20, 2008
T. Schreiber Studio presents their first Shakespearean production since the mid-70s: a visually stunning, but verbally muddled, steampunk-styled 'Twelfth Night'.
by Faetra Petillo - Oct 15, 2008
The Olivier Award-winning SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW On Broadway is coming to the Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street) for a limited holiday engagement. Previews begin on Tuesday, December 2; opening night is Sunday, December 7. The production must end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 4, 2009. Tickets are available through www.Telecharge.com or www.snowshowonbroadway.com or by calling 212-239-6200.
by Reynard Loki - Oct 13, 2008
Back in Pictures celebrates the songs that were originally written for the masterpieces of the Golden Age of Hollywood, featuring music from Casablanca, Easter Parade, A Star Is Born, Pennies From Heaven, Disney, Meet Me In St. Louis, Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, The Wizard of Oz and many more. Back in Pictures is showing at the Reprise Room, 245 West 54th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue, New York, from April 7, 2008 through January 5, 2009.
by Robert Diamond - Nov 9, 2008
Mayor Michael Bloomberg will present the Handel Medallion to Neil Simon at a reception at the Apollo Theatre Monday evening, November 10. The Handel Medallion is the highest official honor given by the City of New York and is presented for outstanding achievement in the arts.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2008
Parallel Exit, New York's highly acclaimed physical theatre company, returns to Joyce SoHo from November 6-9 with TIME STEP, a brand new work blending tap, rhythm, and physical comedy.
by Faetra Petillo - Nov 5, 2008
LAByrinth Theater Company (John Ortiz, Artistic Director; Philip Seymour Hoffman, Co-Artistic Director; John Gould Rubin, Co-Artistic & Executive Director) announces complete casting for its development production of Philip Roth in Khartoum by David Bar Katz, which kicks off the second season of Public LAB at The Public Theater.
by Eddie Varley - Nov 22, 2008
The Box Office will officially open for the Olivier Award-winning SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW On Broadway this Monday, November 24 at 10:00am at the Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street). The limited holiday engagement begins on Tuesday, December 2; opening night is Sunday, December 7. The production must end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 4, 2009Tickets are available through www.Telecharge.com or www.snowshowonbroadway.com or by calling 212-239-6200.
by Kristin Salaky - Nov 11, 2008
Yes, I know… Bury The Dead is not exactly the kind of title that's going to send box office sales into a tizzy. And sure, the Connelly Theatre, located on 4th Street between Avenues A & B, may be a perfectly lovely and intimate venue but it's a bit of an unpleasant hike from the nearest subway stop on a damp and chilly evening. But the seven-year-old Drama Desk and OBIE winning Transport Group has been regularly making the pilgrimage well worthwhile for playgoers seeking adventurous new material, inventive revivals and crackerjack acting. Their new spin on Irwin Shaw's 1936 anti-war drama is worth braving a hurricane from the Astor Place 6 line stop to get to. Hyperbole? Yes. So let me put it in more realistic terms. It would require one spectacular theatre season for this stirring and captivating re-imagination of Shaw's fascinating absurdist piece to not be considered one of its highlights. And if Donna Lynne Chaplin's performance is not considered one of the finest of the season it will mean we've been blessed with a year of staggering excellence in stage acting.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2008
The Jim Henson Studios in Hollywood, CA was transformed into an Old Hollywood 1920s Classic Themed Party, replete with breathtaking 20-foot-high Art Deco silver statues and other stunning decorative ornaments from the period, as guests attending the Hollywood Arts Council's Historic Sold-Out 30th Anniversary Black-Tie Gala and 22nd Annual Charlie Awards strolled down a 30-foot-long Red Carpet to a cozy and intimate Outdoor Courtyard Reception and Silent Auction, later followed by an elegant three-course catered Dinner and Awards Show, held on the Jim Henson Studios' Sound Stage on Saturday, March 29, 2008.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2008
Iron Mountain Incorporated (NYSE: IRM), the global leader in information protection and storage services, announced today that the Hollywood Arts Council will recognize the company for its work over the last 50 years to preserve motion pictures, song recordings, TV shows and other priceless cultural artifacts. The Council will bestow its Charlie Award for 'Preservation Arts' to members of Iron Mountain's Film & Sound Services at this Saturday night's 30th Anniversary Gala and Annual Awards Presentation to be held at the Jim Henson Company Studios (the historic Charlie Chaplin Studio) in Hollywood, Calif.
by Rachel Schwartz - Mar 25, 2008
BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 3/25/2008.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2008
Arrivals for The Hollywood Arts Council's 30th Anniversary Gala and 22nd Annual Charlie Awards honoring individuals, businesses and organizations who have made outstanding contributions to Hollywood's art and culture will take place at Jim Henson Studios, historic site of the original Charlie Chaplin Studios and A&M Records and present home of the world-famous Muppets; 1416 North LaBrea Avenue. On March 29, a celebrity and VIP reception with cocktails and a silent auction will beging at 6:30pm with a finner and the program to follow at 7:30. Recepients this year are Bob Mackie (Inagural Fashion Arts Award), the Hollywood Wax Museum (Entertainment Arts Award), the Blank Theatre at 2nd Stage (Theatre Arts Award), Community Redevelopment Agency (Public Art Award), Iron Mountain (Preservation Arts Award), Cinefamily/Silent Movie Theatre (Cinematic Arts Award), AYLA Arslanian (Community Arts Award) and Councilmember Tom LaBonge (Special Recognition Award). Red carpet arrivals start at 6:00 and are scheduled to include Beth Broderick, Maria Conchita Alonso, Connie Stevens, Bob Mackie, the Sundher family (owners of the Hollywood Wax Museum), Mitzi Gaynor, Bob Mackie, Vanessa Williams and many more.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2008
Second Stage Theatre (Carole Rothman, Artistic Director; Ellen Richard, Executive Director) will conclude its current mainstage season with Richard Nelson's comedy, SOME AMERICANS ABROAD, directed by Gordon Edelstein.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2008
Second Stage Theatre (Carole Rothman, Artistic Director; Ellen Richard, Executive Director) will conclude its current mainstage season with Richard Nelson's comedy, SOME AMERICANS ABROAD, directed by Gordon Edelstein.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2008
Peter Quanz, the talented and acclaimed young choreographer, will premiere a new ballet 'Jupiter Symphony' on Friday June 6th for the Pennsylvania Ballet.
by Beau Higgins - Jul 8, 2008
SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW is the creation of Russian-born Slava Poulin. Inspired by the most famous mime artists of all time, including Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibaro, Slava has dedicated his life since the age of 17 to re-claiming and re-establishing the art and craft of the true clown. After founding his own theater company 'Litsedei' in 1979, Slava has taken clowning out of the circus and into the streets, and from there to the major theaters around the world. Since its debut in1993, the show has traveled to over 25 countries, performing to more than 2.5 million patrons in 80 cities including London, Toronto, Paris, Rome, Lisbon, and Berlin
by Nancy Grossman - Jul 11, 2008
Get two shows for the price of one…and they're both worth the cost of admission for movie and musical theatre fans alike!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 11, 2008
Artistic Director David Esbjornson announces today the finalized list of titles for Seattle Repertory Theatre's upcoming 2008-09 season - a mix of classics and new works delving into subjects as diverse as war, immigration, apocalypse, Craigslist and body image. According to Esbjornson, 'Our goal is to provide the most eclectic, imaginative and provocative programming for this community - plays that reflect the entire spectrum of what defines our amazing city'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2009
Back in Pictures celebrates the songs that were originally written for the masterpieces of the Golden Age of Hollywood, featuring music from Casablanca, Easter Parade, A Star Is Born, Pennies From Heaven, Disney, Meet Me In St. Louis, Gentlemen Prefer Blonds, The Wizard of Oz and many more. Back in Pictures is showing at the Reprise Room, 245 West 54th Street, between Broadway and 8th Avenue, New York, from April 7, 2008 through January 5, 2009.
by Eddie Varley - Jan 4, 2009
Liza's at the Palace...! opened on Broadway on December 3rd and the raves reviews and cheering hasn't stopped! What also hasn't stopped is the steady stream of starry well wishers who've caught the show and stepped backstage to share in the excitement that is Liza's at the Palace...!
by Robert Diamond - Jan 4, 2009
The Olivier Award-winning SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW On Broadway officially begins its Broadway run tonight at the Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street). The limited holiday engagement must end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 4, 2009.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jan 26, 2009
Desire Under the Elms at Goodman Theater opens tonight. Rumors have spread that the show has Broadway in its sights, and hopes to come to New York next spring. The show has been extended before opening night, as it will now play through March 1. Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls and renowned actor Brian Dennehy bring their artistic partnership to new heights with Eugene O'Neill's haunting drama, Desire Under the Elms-marking their fifth collaboration on O'Neill's work over two decades. Falls' cast includes stage and screen stars Carla Gugino (Entourage, Spy Kids, Sin City) Pablo Schreiber (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Awake and Sing!), Boris McGiver (The Wire) and Daniel Stewart Sherman (Broadway's Cyrano de Bergerac). The centerpiece production of Goodman Theatre's two-month 'A Global Exploration: Eugene O'Neill in the 21st Century,' Desire Under the Elms appears January 17 - March 1 in the Goodman's 856-seat Albert Ivar Theatre. Tickets are $25 - 82; a full Exploration calendar, including dates, times and ticket prices, appears at the end of the release. Allstate is the Corporate Sponsor Partner of Desire Under the Elms and The Elizabeth F. Cheney Foundation is the Sponsor Partner. UBS is the Lead Corporate Sponsor for 'A Global Exploration: Eugene O'Neill in the 21st Century' and The John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation is the Sponsor Partner. Motorola Foundation is the Corporate Sponsor Partner. American Airlines is the Exclusive Airline of Goodman Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2009
Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls and renowned actor Brian Dennehy bring their artistic partnership to new heights with Eugene O'Neill's haunting drama, Desire Under the Elms-marking their fifth collaboration on O'Neill's work over two decades. Falls' cast includes stage and screen stars Carla Gugino (Entourage, Spy Kids, Sin City) Pablo Schreiber (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Awake and Sing!), Boris McGiver (The Wire) and Daniel Stewart Sherman (Broadway's Cyrano de Bergerac).
by Robert Diamond - Feb 17, 2009
How The Entertainment Industry Can Be A Force For Good was the topic of the Fifth Annual PIRATES (Print Interactive Radio & Television Educational Society) Special Event at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences this year.
by Reynard Loki - Feb 16, 2009
Omaha Performing Arts will host comedian and television star Bill Cosby to Slosburg Hall at the Orpheum Theater for two performances on Saturday, March 21, 2009 at 4:00 p.m. and 8:00 p.m. Bill Cosby is, by any standards, one of the most influential stars in America today. Whether it be through concert appearances or recordings, television or films, commercials or education, Bill Cosby has the ability to touch people's lives. His humor often centers on the basic cornerstones of our existence, seeking to provide an insight into our roles as parents, children, family members, and men and women. Without resorting to gimmickry or lowbrow humor, Bill Cosby's comedy has a point of reference and respect for the trappings and traditions of the great American humorists such as Charlie Chaplin, Will Rogers, W.C. Fields and Groucho Marx.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 10, 2009
Heres whats coming up at HACKNEY EMPIRE THEATRE & Studio Theatre Anansi and The Magic Mirror 19 February - 7 March Venue: Hackney Empire Theatre The naughty spider-man is brought to life in a fun-packed family show by the famous Talawa Theatre Company. Bring all your peeps to laugh and learn from Anansi's antics! Starring Kat as Anansi
by Reynard Loki - Feb 10, 2009
Rick Culbertson, in association with Lynn Marks, presents Divorice! The Musical at the Hudson Mainstage Theatre (6539 Santa Monica Blvd.) The producers announced the full casting of this world premiere featuring music, lyrics and book by 2008 Frederick Loewe Award-winner Erin Kamler (Runway 69 at New Dramatists). Multi award-winning director Rick Sparks (They Shoot Horses, Don?t They?) will direct and musical stage this comedy about one couple?s hellish journey to un-tie the knot. Divorice! The Musical features musical direction and arrangements by Ovation Award-winner David O (Ubu Roi and Jason Robert Brown?s 13). Preview performances begin February 5, 2009 with the official press opening on February 14, 2009.
by Eddie Varley - Dec 7, 2008
The Olivier Award-winning SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW On Broadway officially begins its Broadway run tonight at the Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street). The limited holiday engagement must end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 4, 2009.
by Reynard Loki - Dec 30, 2008
Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls and renowned actor Brian Dennehy bring their artistic partnership to new heights with Eugene O'Neill's haunting drama, Desire Under the Elms?marking their fifth collaboration on O'Neill's work over two decades. Falls' cast includes stage and screen stars Carla Gugino (Entourage, Spy Kids, Sin City) Pablo Schreiber (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Awake and Sing!), Boris McGiver (The Wire) and Daniel Stewart Sherman (Broadway's Cyrano de Bergerac). The centerpiece production of Goodman Theatre's two-month 'A Global Exploration: Eugene O'Neill in the 21st Century,' Desire Under the Elms appears January 17 ? February 22 in the Goodman's 856-seat Albert Ivar Theatre. Tickets are $25 - 82.
by Steve Leary - Dec 28, 2008
Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls and renowned actor Brian Dennehy bring their artistic partnership to new heights with Eugene O'Neill's haunting drama, Desire Under the Elms marking their fifth collaboration on O'Neill's work over two decades.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 23, 2008
Goodman Theatre Artistic Director Robert Falls and renowned actor Brian Dennehy bring their artistic partnership to new heights with Eugene O'Neill's haunting drama, Desire Under the Elms-marking their fifth collaboration on O'Neill's work over two decades. Falls' cast includes stage and screen stars Carla Gugino (Entourage, Spy Kids, Sin City) Pablo Schreiber (Vicky Cristina Barcelona, Awake and Sing!), Boris McGiver (The Wire) and Daniel Stewart Sherman (Broadway's Cyrano de Bergerac).
by Eddie Varley - Dec 2, 2008
The Olivier Award-winning SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW begins preview performances at the Helen Hayes Theatre (240 West 44th Street)on Tuesday, December 2; opening night is Sunday, December 7. The production must end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 4, 2009.
by Eddie Varley - Dec 10, 2008
Lorin Maazel will make his valedictory tour as Music Director of the New York Philharmonic featuring 13 concerts in 9 cities in the United States and Puerto Rico, February 21-March 9, 2009.
by Robert Diamond - Dec 10, 2008
The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences has announced today that their board of governors have voted to give Jerry Lewis the Jean Hersholt Humanitarian Award. Lewis is to be presented with the special Oscar statuette on February 22, 2009 during the 81st Annual Academy Awards.
by Beau Higgins - Aug 13, 2008
Produced by David J. Foster and Ross Mollision, SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW is the creation of Russian-born Slava Poulin. Inspired by the most famous mime artists of all time, including Charlie Chaplin, Marcel Marceau and Engibaro, Slava has dedicated his life since the age of 17 to re-claiming and re-establishing the art and craft of the true clown. After founding his own theater company 'Litsedei' in 1979, Slava has taken clowning out of the circus and into the streets, and from there to the major theaters around the world. Since its debut in 1993, the show has traveled to over 25 countries, performing to more than 2.5 million patrons in 80 cities including London, Toronto, Paris, Rome, Lisbon, and Berlin
by Faetra Petillo - Aug 11, 2008
YALE REPERTORY THEATRE (James Bundy, Artistic Director; Victoria Nolan, Managing Director) presents PASSION PLAY by Pulitzer Prize nominee and MacArthur Foundation Fellowship recipient Sarah Ruhl, directed by OBIE Award-winner Mark Wing-Davey at the University Theatre (222 York Street, New Haven), September 19-October 11 only. Opening Night is Thursday, September 25
by Beau Higgins - Apr 4, 2008
Premieres include works by Agatha Christie, Ray Bradbury, Rupert Holmes & Mary Higgins Clark
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2008
PREMIERES, a not-for-profit musical theater development company, proudly announces the world premiere of INNER VOICES: SOLO MUSICALS, three new works created by and starring some of the industry's brightest talents.
by Paul W. Thompson - Apr 16, 2008
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2008
Oakland East Bay Symphony presents a concert version of Stephen Sondheim and James Goldman's Tony Award-winning Broadway hit Follies. On Saturday, May 3, a panel discussion on the themes of Follies will take place at the Veteran's Memorial Building on 200 Grand Ave.