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Paper Mill Playhouse (Milburn, NJ)
22 Brookside Drive
Milburn, NJ 07041

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Based on the film All About Eve and the original story by Mary Orr.


New Temptations Musical AIN'T TOO PROUD Extends at Berkeley Rep
by BWW News Desk - Sep 7, 2017

Due to an overwhelming demand, Berkeley Rep has announced that the world premiere musical of Ain't Too Proud-The Life and Times of The Temptations will extend for two additional weeks. Originally scheduled to close on October 8, the popular musical will now run through Sunday, October 22. (more...)

JACK to Host MAMET TALKBACKS with Jeremy M. Barker, Howard Sherman and More
by BWW News Desk - Sep 6, 2017

JACK will present 'Mamet Talkbacks,' moderated by Jeremy M. Barker, on September 17, October 15 and November 17, 2017. (more...)

White Plains Performing Arts Center Announces Fall Season!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2017

The White Plains Performing Arts Center (WPPAC) is proud to announce an exciting Fall Season.  All performances are at the White Plains theatre, located on the third level of City Center off Mamaroneck Avenue in downtown White Plains.  (more...)

PART OF THE PLAN: Why A New Dan Fogelberg Musical Has Its Roots Firmly Planted in Music City
by Jeffrey Ellis - Sep 4, 2017

With only days before the first preview performance of Part of the Plan (followed by a gala opening night on Sunday, September 10), the new musical drawing its score and inspiration from the catalog of troubadour Dan Fogelberg, the widely respected singer/songwriter who spent much of his early career in Nashville, attention should be paid to the motivating factors that led the producers to debut their show in Music City - with a look at the show's roots that are firmly planted in Tennessee. (more...)

Gary Troy Joins Cast of COME LIGHT MY CIGARETTE
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2017

MC Theatrical Productions has announced that Gary Troy has joined the cast of COME LIGHT MY CIGARETTE, a suspenseful new musical written and directed by Arnold L. Cohen, with music direction by Mason Griffin, August 8th - September 3rd at the Theatre at St. Clement's (423 West 46th Street). Mr. Troy has taken over the role of the father, Kevin, previously held by Michael J. Farina. (more...)

Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our BroadwayWorld 9/22 - HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME, GYPSY, RENT, and More!
by BWW Special - Sep 22, 2017

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME, GYPSY, RENT, and More! (more...)

BWW Review: Go All the Way with THE FULL MONTY at the Carrollwood Players
by Peter Nason - Sep 21, 2017

It's a fast-paced show, full of life, that is so enjoyable that we forgive any messiness or performance moments that are not up to snuff. (more...)

Broadway Greats Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune Mentor Kean Students
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2017

Broadway legends Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune kicked off the Kean Stage 2017-2018 season with the world premiere of Chita and Tune, Just in Time at Kean University's Enlow Recital Hall on Saturday, September 16. (more...)

BWW Review: TORONTO SYMPHONY Season Launch Delivers Surprises
by Taylor Long - Sep 21, 2017

A night of surprises, enthusiastic artistry and brave new compositions graced the Roy Thomson Hall Tuesday night. The TORONTO SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA opened its 2017-2018 season with a program that effortlessly mingled the classical with the contemporary. This is a year of big changes for the orchestra. For the past 14 years, music director Peter Oundjian has been successfully anchoring the TSO as one of the finest orchestras in the world. The audience could not have been more appreciative during the opening night of Oundjian's final season. (more...)

BWW Interview: Marilyn D'Honau on Dancing in the Original WEST SIDE STORY
by Bob Rizzo - Sep 21, 2017

Marilyn D'Honau is not only the youngest surviving cast member of the original production of West Side Story, she was also the youngest when the show opened in 1957. D'Honau was a sixteen- year-old high school senior when she was cast as Clarice, one of the Jet girls. Though she'd been performing professionally since she was twelve, she credits having good ballet training for her successful audition. (more...)

BWW Review: THE BODYGUARD THE MUSICAL Comes to the San Antonio Stage
by Kathy Strain - Sep 20, 2017

From the moment the THE BODYGUARD THE MUSICAL begins, the audience is immediately riveted towards the action and suspense happening on the stage. Start to finish, this production had the audience sitting on the edge of their seats. Even if you saw the movie THE BODYGUARD with Whitney Houston and Kevin Costner, there were still many twists, turns and surprises. You dared not look away from the action even for a moment. It was worth every second and every penny to be entertained from beginning to end. (more...)

Stages Across the U.S. and Around the World Among ICWP's 2017 50/50 Applause Awardees
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2017

The 2017 International Centre for Women Playwrights (ICWP) 50/50 Applause Awards celebrates gender parity for women playwrights at 58 theatres throughout The United States, Canada, Australia, Germany, United Kingdom, Singapore, and Tasmania. (more...)

Photo Flash: Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Host 'FORBIDDEN SHAKESPEARE' Benefit in L.A.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2017

Rita Wilson and Tom Hanks hosted The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles (SCLA) 27th Annual Simply Shakespeare benefit September 18, 2017, at the Freud Playhouse, on the UCLA Campus. BroadwayWorld has photos from the evening below! (more...)

BWW Review: Let GYPSY At The Engeman Entertain You
by Melissa Giordano - Sep 20, 2017

Northport's exquisite John W. Engeman Theatre does it again with a stellar version of the iconic Laurents/Styne/Sondheim musical Gypsy. The Tony winner runs at the Long Island venue through October 29th excellently directed by Engeman vet Igor Goldin boasting an outstanding cast. And I know you are probably saying that there are showings of this everywhere you look. However, when you have a production like this, it definitely warrants another visit. (more...)

BWW Interview: Stephen Fredericks, Founder and Executive Director of THE GROWING STAGE
by Marina Kennedy - Sep 18, 2017

Broadwayworld.com had the opportunity to interview Stephen L. Fredericks, Founder and Executive Director of The Growing Stage in Netcong, New Jersey about his career, the theatre and the exciting season ahead. (more...)

Stavanger Symphony Orchestra Collaborates with Immigrant Musicians for Free Concert
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2017

Last Friday, on the evening of September 15, immigrant musicians joined legendary Norwegian orchestra Stavanger Symphony Orchestra which has collaborated with Stewart Copeland, Faith No More side project Kaada/Patton, Detroit techno icon Jeff Mills, and other pop music luminaries for a free concert to an audience of both immigrants and native Norwegians, right in the foyer of the Stavanger Concert Hall. This is the newest event in a two-year-plus immigrant support project that Stavanger Symphony Orchestra has been running; Drowned in Sound recently detailed this project with an empowering, inspiring feature. (more...)

The Sydney Symphony Orchestra Returns Home from Fifth Tour of China
by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2017

Ninety-seven musicians of the Sydney Symphony Orchestra arrive home this morning after performing to a full house on Saturday night with Chief Conductor and Artistic Director David Robertson at Beijing's National Centre for the Performing Arts. (more...)

BWW Review: Annie Baker's Brilliant Pulitzer Prize Winning THE FLICK at Jobsite Theater is a Movie Lover's Dream Play
by Peter Nason - Sep 16, 2017

It's the most fun I've had at the theater since...well, since the last Annie Baker play I've seen. (more...)

Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our BroadwayWorld 9/15 - DREAMGIRLS, BOOK OF MORMON, And More!
by BWW Special - Sep 15, 2017

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature Dreamgirls, The Odd Couple, The Book of Mormon, and more! (more...)

BWW Review: JOSEPH AND THE A-MEH-ZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT at Casa Manana
by Kyle Christopher West - Sep 14, 2017

Amazing is an adjective easily associated with Casa Manana's Broadway-caliber performances, especially considering their recent successes with WEST SIDE STORY, ROCK OF AGES, and notably their kick-ass apprentice production of BLOODY BLOODY ANDREW JACKSON. But despite a top-notch production team and an infinitely skilled cast, JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT doesn't quite live up to its title. (more...)

Harvey Granat and Will Friedwald to Showcase the Great American Songbook at 92Y This Fall
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2017

Harvey Granat is a cabaret performer, Broadway producer and historian of the American popular song. Will Friedwald is a critic, music historian and author of eight books, including the upcoming The Great Jazz and Pop Vocal Albums (Pantheon Books, October 24). (more...)

BWW Review: DREAMGIRLS at the Noel S. Ruiz Theatre
by Melissa Giordano - Sep 13, 2017

Opening their 41st season in tremendous style, the Noel S. Ruiz Theatre at CM Performing Arts Center offers a superb production of the Tony winning musical Dreamgirls. Running through October 1st at the Oakdale venue, this incarnation boasts a stupendous cast who are absolute naturals in their respective roles. Excellently directed by CM Artistic Director Patrick Grossman (who also serves as Choreographer and Set Designer), the show is certainly a must see for the fall season. (more...)

BWW Review: LIZZIE at City-Theater
by Greer Firestone - Sep 13, 2017

Aisle Say would never be so trite as to suggest the goth-rock musical LIZZIE, now playing 'live' at City-Theatre is a 'killer' or 'cutting edge' or 'slays the audience'. Of course not. I am much too circumspect and erudite to cave to formulaic nonsense. (more...)

BWW's On This Day - September 11, 2017
by - Sep 11, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 11 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events! (more...)

Alex Timbers Pens Tribute to Michael Friedman; Shares 5 Heart Breaking & Soaring Songs
by BWW News Desk - Sep 11, 2017

Friedman's frequent collaborator Alex Timbers has penned a heartfelt tribute his friend, which you can read in full below... (more...)

BWW Review: West Coast Premiere Of MARION BRIDGE Shines To A Sold-Out Crowd
by Ilana Lifshitz - Sep 10, 2017

The neon blue Son of Semele sign casts faint light on to the outdoor lobby where the audience gathers until the house opened. As you walk inside the theatre, it is as if you were entering your high school's black box building. Thirty-five seats rest in front of the stage, and all but one were filled by the time MARION BRIDGE premiered Saturday night in Rampart Village. (more...)

Have A Girls Night Out at GIRLS' NIGHT THE MUSICAL
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2017

Get set for a rollicking night of female fun and empowerment when Girls Night: The Musical, takes the stage at Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 8 pm. Tickets are $29-69. (more...)

BWW Review: Roxy Regional's STEEL MAGNOLIAS Takes You Back Home
by Jeffrey Ellis - Aug 8, 2017

Nothing seems to spark so much debate among the theaterati than the announcement of an upcoming production of a show considered overdone, old-fashioned or somehow hackneyed and quasi-provincial. Take for example, Robert Harling's Steel Magnolias - the somewhat nostalgic and Southern-fried seriocomic tale of six women who gather every Saturday morning in a Louisiana beauty shop to have their bouffants teased, their shags trimmed, popular recipes swapped and the lives of their neighbors vivisected in the relative sanctity of a women-only establishment - that has been a part of contemporary literature since its 1987 premiere at off-Broadway's WPA Theatre 'up north' in New York. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2017: A Day At The Fringe- Danyah Miller
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 7, 2017

Danish Miller blogs for BroadwayWorld to give us an insight into a day performing at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. (more...)

BWW Review: MOZART ONSTAGE: THE DRAMA OF LOVE at Classical Tahoe
by Maria Nockin - Aug 7, 2017

On August 5, 2017, high in the Sierra Mountains of Nevada, Classical Tahoe presented four of San Francisco Opera's Adler Fellows in a program of music by Gaetano Donizetti, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Giuseppe Verdi.The Adler Fellowship Program is a multi-year performance-oriented residency for promising young artists that offers intensive individual coaching, professional seminars and a wide range of performance opportunities. (more...)

They Live for the Applause! Full Cast Set for Lady Gaga Tribute PERFECT ILLUSION at The Duplex
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2017

Miss Lady Gaga in New York City this week? Well you're in luck! (more...)

Clay McLeod Chapman's DEATH TO THE PUMPKIN PIE SHOW to Play UNDER St. Marks
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2017

After 20 years of bringing macabre tales of madness and murder to the East Village, writer Clay McLeod Chapman is driving a stake into the heart of his long-running storytelling staple The Pumpkin Pie Show. Join him and scene-stealer Hanna Cheek along with special guests for one final foray into the abyss with their favorite literary perversions from the last two decades. (more...)

Matt Pfieffer Reimagines GODSPELL with Gender-Blind Cast at Villanova Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2017

Villanova Theatre will kick off the 2017-2018 season with the iconic musical Godspell, directed by Philadelphia favorite Matt Pfeiffer, who took home the Barrymore Award for Best Direction of a Play two years in a row. (more...)

Christina Masciotti, Grace McLean, and More Named Lincoln Center Theater's New Writers in Residence
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2017

Lincoln Center Theater (under the direction of Andre Bishop) has invited five playwrights to join its New Writers in Residence Program. The program, which was established in 2016, supports LCT's ongoing effort to open its doors to the next generation of writers. (more...)

Photo Flash: Winning Plays Tour the DC National Capital Area With Free Performances Starring Emerging Talent from Moonlit Wings
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2017

Moonlit Wings Productions has presented over fifty free world-premieres of new theater-for-youth productions every summer since 2008.  This Friday three new shows play across the National Capital Area and admission is FREE for the public! (more...)

COME LIGHT MY CIGARETTE Starring Erikka Walsh Preps for Previews
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2017

MC Theatrical Productions will begin previews of COME LIGHT MY CIGARETTE, a suspenseful new musical featuring Erikka Walsh, Michael J. Farina and Kaye Tuckerman, written and directed by Arnold L. Cohen, with music direction by Mason Griffin, August 8th - September 3rd at the Theatre at St. Clement's (423 West 46th Street). The official opening will be on August 17th at 7PM. (more...)

Korean Indie Hit Mandrake Boys Makes Global Debut
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2017

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Review: John Mayall The Godfather of British Blues Wows Audience at The Broad Stage
by Shari Barrett - Aug 26, 2017

When I found out John Mayall "The Godfather of British Blues" was going to be at The Broad Stage in Santa Monica on Friday, August 25, I rushed to get tickets to be in the presence of the man who directly influenced generations of the greatest musicians of all time during his impressive musical career spanning more than 50 years. What a treat it was to listen as Mayall, along with Jay Davenport on drums and Greg Rzab on bass, delivered a career retrospective with new slants and sounds to showcase his monumental life as a master of blues music. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: ALL GENIUS ALL IDIOT, Assembly Roxy
by Alistair Wilkinson - Aug 26, 2017

Outrageously over the top, All Genius All Idiot celebrates the craziness of life, using expert circus skills to highlight the extremity of human behaviour at its most primal form. Underscored by a harrowing, yet beautiful soundtrack and featuring Chinese pole, aerial rope, hand balance and copious amounts of acrobatics, Svalbard bring their new show to Assembly Roxy. (more...)

Debra Whitfield's FIRE, About Triangle Waist Company Disaster, to Premiere Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2017

Chatillion Stage Company presents the world premiere of the new play FIRE written by Debra Whitfield (Duck Sauce Can Be Dangerous). (more...)

BWW Review: KNIVES IN HENS, Donmar Warehouse
by Rona Kelly - Aug 24, 2017

'I must look close enough to discover what it is'. Uttered by one of the characters in Knives in Hens, the same could be said of the play itself. Obscuring and drawn out at points, an impressive cast and some illuminating lighting shine through, rediscovering this classic in the Donmar Warehouse's revival. (more...)

Warner Classics Announces Maria Callas Live: Remastered Live Recordings 1949 - 1964
by BWW News Desk - Aug 23, 2017

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Stephen Costello's Paris Opera Debut Kicks Off Full Season Of Firsts
by BWW News Desk - Aug 23, 2017

Stephen Costello, having "risen rapidly to claim a place among the world's best tenors" (Daily Express, UK), steps up his European presence in the coming season. September sees the Tucker Award-winning tenor make his Paris Opera debut with his first German-language account of Camille in The Merry Widow. (more...)

BWW Review: Provocative TROUBLE IN MIND by Alice Childress Gets Timely Revival at Theatricum Botanicum
by Shari Barrett - Aug 22, 2017

TROUBLE IN MIND, the scathingly funny and thought-provoking backstage drama about interracial politics by pioneering African American playwright Alice Childress, is currently enjoying a brilliant revival at Will Geer's Theatricum Botanicum in Malibu thanks to director Ellen Geer's vision of the groundbreaking 1955 satire in which an integrated theater company in rehearsal for a “progressive” anti-lynching drama marks the first opportunity for gifted African American actress Willetta Mayer (portrayed by multiple NAACP Award-winner Earnestine Phillips who commands the stage) to play a leading lady on Broadway. This could be her dream come true, but what compromises must she make to succeed? (more...)

METAL MISSIONAIRES THE DOCUMENTARY to Be Released This September
by Movies News Desk - Aug 21, 2017

METAL MISSIONAIRES THE DOCUMENTARY , the first full-length documentary about the extreme Christian Metal scene, will be released on September 15th,2017 with pre-orders beginning September 1st, 2017. (more...)

Photo Flash: Stars Gather Under The Stars at The Hollywood Bowl for Iturbi & Gershwin
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2017

'Donelle Dadigan does it again! A splendid evening at the Hollywood Bowl. An amazing performance by Aaron Diel and the LA Phil. And kudos to the Jose Iturbi Foundation for the wonderful work they do bringing classical music to children,' said Emmy winning actress, Donna Mills (more...)

Three Houston Area Museums Team for Screening of OLYMPIC PRIDE, AMERICAN PREJUDICE Film
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2017

The Houston Museum of African American Culture, Holocaust Museum Houston, The Health Museum and ADSI/Renee Logans will present the Exclusive Houston Screenings of Olympic Pride, American Prejudice on Thursday, September 7 at the Houston Museum of African American Culture. (more...)

EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU, theSpace @ Venue45
by Gregor Dickson - Aug 15, 2017

'It Shoulda Been You' opened on Broadway in 2015, with a cast including Tyne Daly, Sierra Boggess and Lisa Howard in a production directed by David Hyde Pierce. It receives one of its first UK presentations here from new Edinburgh company Room 29 Theatre, and it's an inspired choice for their Fringe premiere. (more...)

Carmina Burana to Open LA Master Chorale's New Season 9/23 & 9/24
by BWW News Desk - Aug 10, 2017

Performances of Carl Orff's perennially popular choral showpiece Carmina Burana and Leonard Bernstein's hope-filled plea for brotherhood, Chichester Psalms, will open the Los Angeles Master Chorale's 54th concert season on Saturday, September 23 at 2 PM and Sunday, September 24 at 7 PM in Walt Disney Concert Hall. Tickets start at $29 and are available online from lamasterchorale.org, by calling the Box Office at 213.972.7283, or in person from the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion box office, Monday - Friday, 10 AM to 6 PM. (more...)

What is the Everlasting Lesson the Charlies of the Chocolate Factory Learned From Christian Borle?
by Danielle Ashley - Aug 10, 2017

The three Charlies have the amazing opportunity to work with the candy man himself, Christian Borle. Ryan Foust mentioned that they got to learn some acting and comedy tips from Borle. (more...)

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