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Berkeley Lyceum Theatre

(New York, NY)
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2017
World Music Institute presents two sides of new Indian classical music in October- one a trailblazing musical collective, the other the scion of a great musical dynasty.
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 7, 2016
Now, survival stories caught on camera will be revealed on STILL ALIVE, an all-new series premiering Wednesday, September 14, at 10 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2017
AT THE EDGE OF THE LIGHT, written and directed by Wynne Bredenkamp, opens today at the Alexander Upstairs Theatre as a part of the Cape Town Fringe. The 60-minute drama features Sarah Potter, Margot Wood, Emma Kotze and Andrew Laubscher.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 17, 2020
REELZ today announced new programming for October 2020 with new original specials and the REELZ premiere of The Story of the Royals.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2018
The 2018 Victorian State Schools Spectacular (VSSS) will showcase 3000 young performers from more than 200 schools across Victoria for two shows today 15th September at Hisense Arena.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2017
AT THE EDGE OF THE LIGHT, written and directed by Wynne Bredenkamp, is coming to Alexander Upstairs Theatre this autumn as a part of the Cape Town Fringe. The 60-minute drama will feature Sarah Potter, Margot Wood, Emma Kotze and Andrew Laubscher.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2016
Now, survival stories caught on camera will be revealed on STILL ALIVE, an all-new series premiering Today, September 14, at 10 PM ET/PT on the Discovery Channel.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 11, 2020
The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is pleased to announce details of Hayao Miyazaki, its inaugural temporary exhibition.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 9, 2018
Hurtling through the drenched night, Girl finds herself at the threshold of the last safe place she knows, hoping to find solace in the grandmother she remembers from her childhood. Instead, Gran has shut herself away, scared of the noises in the dark, suspicious of the knocks on the door and terrified of the things that lie just at the edge of the light.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2017
World Music Institute presents two sides of new Indian classical music in October- one a trailblazing musical collective, the other the scion of a great musical dynasty.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Oct 29, 2018
This industrial Eden will not end well. And end badly it does, as playwright Lynn Nottage tightens the grip of the catastrophe step by slow step. We all know the historical outlines of the story enough to have a general idea what to expect: management ready to break unions to exact wage and benefits concessions, scab laborers, jobs exported abroad, plant closures, mortgage foreclosures, destitution, opioids. But Nottage renders this familiar tale powerful and surprising.
by Caryn Robbins - Oct 24, 2017
Saint John's Health Center Foundation and Irene Dunne Guild hosted Providence Saint John's 75th Anniversary Gala Celebration: The Future of Excellence in Personalized Healthcare raising a record-breaking $1.4 million on Saturday, October 21 at 3Labs, Culver City.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 15, 2015
The 2015-2016 season at the Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is a nonstop series of performances by show biz legends and super-hot headliners from Broadway to Hollywood, from the TV screen to many of the world's hottest nightclubs and most impressive concert stages. In addition to legendary singers, actors, magicians and more, the Kravis Center is also presenting some of the world's most exciting and highly acclaimed dancers and dance companies.
by Christina Mancuso - Nov 30, 2015
ASHEVILLE, N.C., Nov. 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Book from Chiron Publications, The Soul in Anguish: Psychotherapeutic Approaches to Suffering, by Lionel Corbett, PhD, looks at suffering.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2015
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is offering a variety of family-friendly, holiday-themed shows and concerts over the next two months.
by A.A. Cristi - May 30, 2019
Some of the most powerful, tender, and delightful moments in our lives can only exist within the boundaries of the kitchen table, the hallway, in the car, or on the porch. These places garner honesty and intimacy in a distinctly special way.
by Julie Musbach - May 16, 2018
Steppenwolf's LookOut Series is pleased to announce their exciting Summer 2018 lineup, which includes offerings from more than 20 different artists and groups ranging from standup to theatre to live music to a live podcast episode and more! LookOut's Summer 2018 lineup provides audiences with a variety of reasons to step out of the heat, grab a cool drink from Front Bar and head into Steppenwolf's 1700 Theatre to experience diverse artists and genres.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 5, 2020
The Bard Conservatory Orchestra joins an exciting principal cast of singers in a fully staged performance of Richard Strauss's once infamous, now famous opera, Salome—a biblical story, with a twist. The program, directed by R. B. Schlather and performed by the Bard Conservatory Orchestra, Leon Botstein, conductor, features leading opera singers Melody Moore, Jay Hunter Morris, Nathan Berg, Betsy Bishop, Robert Stahley, and others, including students of the Conservatory's Graduate Vocal Arts Program. Salome takes place Friday, April 3, at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 5, at 2 p.m. in the Fisher Center's Sosnoff Theater. Tickets start at $15 and can be ordered online at fishercenter.bard.edu or by calling the box office at 845-758-7900. $5 student tickets are available to Bard undergraduate students through the Passloff Pass.
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 28, 2016
SATCHEL PAIGE AND THE KANSAS CITY SWING, an exciting and inspirational new drama by playwrights Trey Ellis and Ricardo Khan, heads to the mound to close the Playhouse's 2015-16 Marx Theatre lineup April 23 through May 21 … just in time for baseball season in Cincinnati. Their collaboration about the Tuskegee Airmen, Fly, was a smash Playhouse hit in 2013.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 7, 2019
Following its acclaimed 2018 national tour, C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert starring Max McLean as C.S. Lewis has eleven performances at The Broad Stage Thursday, July 11 to Sunday, July 21 (press opening is Friday, July 12). The play is presented in Santa Monica by Fellowship for Performing Arts, the producers of The Screwtape Letters and The Great Divorce.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 4, 2018
Get all the scoop on Coming Up On All New THE CROSSING, airing on ABC on Monday, June 4, 2018!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 26, 2017
The Old Globe today announced the complete cast and creative team of an exciting Globe-commissioned world premiere comedy, Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2021
Interrobang Theatre Project will conclude its eleventh season with the streaming world premiere of Dingleberries, a dark comedy written by Susan Chenet and directed by Managing Artistic Director Georgette Verdin.
by Katie Laban - Jul 22, 2021
Flint Repertory Theatre is presenting Songs for a New World by Jason Robert Brown starring Broadway’s Bonnie Milligan, Emily Padgett, Cory Shorter, and Josh Young. The outdoor concert is taking place July 23rd and July 24th. BWW Detroit had a chance to speak with Director Bill Fennelly and Milligan about it and the importance of live theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2017
The Old Globe today announced the complete cast and creative team of an exciting Globe-commissioned world premiere comedy, Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 17, 2018
The 2018 Victorian State Schools Spectacular (VSSS) will showcase 3000 young performers from more than 200 schools across Victoria for two shows on Saturday 15th September at Hisense Arena.
by Nicole Rosky - Jul 1, 2021
Now streaming on demand on BroadwayWorld Events, DINGLEBERRIES by Susan Chenet and produced by Interrobang Theatre. The world premiere show tells the story of Jonie, a middle school theatre teacher, standing at the threshold of her playwriting dreams when a regional company selects her new, avant-garde work to debut.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 28, 2021
Playwright August Wilson is being honored by the U.S Postal Service with a commemorative Forever stamp, released today, Jan. 28. 
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 22, 2016
FirstWorks' Artistic Icons Series hosts British dance phenomenon BalletBoyz on the kick-off weekend for their return tour to U.S. on January 31, 2016 at The Vets. BalletBoyz, one of the most original and innovative companies in contemporary dance, thrill audiences and critics with their distinctive style: no tutus, just pure athleticism. The brainchild of two former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, BalletBoyz are characterized by muscularity, ferocity, grace and elegance. BalletBoyz conclude the tour with a seven performance run in New York City.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 16, 2020
This February, Lincoln Center will present a plethora of music, dance, theater, and panel events across the campus and beyond. David Rubenstein Atrium continues to offer free programming, consisting of diverse live performances, and panel conversations. The 2019-20 season of LC Kids (October 5a?"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 29a?"May 16, 2020) brings an array of beloved musicians and up-and-coming artists to the Lincoln Center stage. American Songbook (January 22a?" February 29) concludes its latest season with artists performing Broadway, folk, classical, and more. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 22, 2021
Ford’s Theatre Society announced confirmed speakers for upcoming livestreamed Cabinet Conversations events, live discussions with scholars, artists and other thought leaders about history, civics and the future of the arts.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 7, 2018
Classic Stage Company devotes the beginning of 2019 to the timeless emotional and social resonance of August Strindberg, with new productions of two acclaimed adaptations-Yael Farber's Mies Julie and Conor McPherson's new version of The Dance of Death-presented in repertory.
by Barnett Serchuk - Dec 7, 2016
Entering its 30th anniversary year, Mark DeGarmo Dance is a not-for-profit that integrates three focal concerns: educate underserved New York City communities, especially children, through dance arts; create, perform and disseminate original dances, artistic and scholarly work; and build intercultural community. The organization's vision is to enliven bodies, shift perspectives and change lives. With programming that has been called 'a national model' by the National Endowment for the Arts, Mark DeGarmo Dance has maintained New York City Department of Education contracts for arts education services since 1987. MDD's artistic pillar in particular presents original artist-scholar works that reflect and celebrate the multicultural experience of our communities. Mark DeGarmo has created and produced over 100 dances and 28 international tours involving cultural diplomacy and exchange in 12 countries across Latin America and Europe. In 2015, DeGarmo received the Martha Hill Dance Fund's 15th Anniversary Mid-Career Award and the Sophie Gerson Healthy Youth Foundation's Recognition.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 15, 2015
FirstWorks' Artistic Icons Series hosts British dance phenomenon BalletBoyz in their return to the U.S. on January 31, 2016 at The Vets. BalletBoyz, one of the most original and innovative companies in contemporary dance, thrill audiences and critics with their distinctive style: no tutus, just pure athleticism. The brainchild of two former Royal Ballet dancers Michael Nunn and William Trevitt, BalletBoyz are characterized by muscularity, ferocity, grace and elegance. 
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2015
The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts is offering a variety of family-friendly, holiday-themed shows and concerts over the next two months.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 10, 2020
Playwright August Wilson Will Be Honored With a Commemorative Forever Stamp next year.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 8, 2017
The Old Globe today announced that due to popular demand, the exciting Globe-commissioned world premiere comedy Ken Ludwig's Robin Hood! has now extended again, through September 10! This is the second and final extension for the hit show, which previously announced a one-week addition through September 3. The production plays in the Sheryl and Harvey White Theatre, part of the Conrad Prebys Theatre Center. Single tickets start at $45 and are on sale now.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Aug 30, 2018
Brand New Sheriff's production of ECLIPSED reaffirms that Danai Gurira is a force to be reckoned with as a playwright as well as a Marvel Universe action hero.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 30, 2017
Jaipur Literature Festival announces JLF at New York, as part of its ongoing collaboration with MoMA. The event will be held at The Museum of Modern Art, The Roy and Niuta Titus Theater 1, 11 W. 53rd Street (between Fifth and Sixth Avenues), NYC, on Sunday, September 10, 2017 at 6:30pm. This event is by invitation only.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 23, 2016
Repertory Dance Theatre, the nation's oldest and most successful modern dance company, will open its 51st season of dance in Salt Lake City with ELAN, September 29-October 1, 2016 at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center. 
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 9, 2019
The Richard Tucker Music Foundation announced today that Lisette Oropesa has been named as the winner of the 2019 Richard Tucker Award. The soprano already headlines major productions worldwide, and after her recent house debuts in the title role of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Teatro Real Madrid and Royal Opera House, The Guardian declared: "The Cuban American soprano is sensationally good. She makes the stratospheric vocal fireworks … sound easy; indeed, her every note is part of a convincing portrayal of a complex character." Widely referred to as the "Heisman Trophy of Opera," the Tucker Award carries the foundation's most substantial cash prize of $50,000, and is conferred each year by a panel of opera industry professionals on an American singer at the threshold of a significant international career.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 9, 2018
The Richard Tucker Music Foundation announced today that Christian Van Horn – “one of those treasurable singers in whose presence one can entirely relax, assured that everything he does will be delivered with solid interpretive insight and unfailingly attractive tone” (Opera News) – has been named as the winner of the 2018 Richard Tucker Award.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 8, 2019
The Richard Tucker Music Foundation announced today that Lisette Oropesa has been named as the winner of the 2019 Richard Tucker Award. The soprano already headlines major productions worldwide, and after her recent house debuts in the title role of Lucia di Lammermoor at the Teatro Real Madrid and Royal Opera House, The Guardiandeclared: “The Cuban American soprano is sensationally good. She makes the stratospheric vocal fireworks … sound easy; indeed, her every note is part of a convincing portrayal of a complex character.” Widely referred to as the “Heisman Trophy of Opera,” the Tucker Award carries the foundation's most substantial cash prize of $50,000, and is conferred each year by a panel of opera industry professionals on an American singer at the threshold of a significant international career. Past winners include such luminaries as Stephanie Blythe, Lawrence Brownlee, Joyce DiDonato, Renée Fleming, Christine Goerke, Matthew Polenzani, and Deborah Voigt. Oropesa will be inducted into this who's who of American opera at the foundation's annual gala, a perennial highlight of the opera season, on Sunday, October 27, at Carnegie Hall.
by Christina Mancuso - Apr 4, 2016
The Richard Tucker Music Foundation is thrilled to announce that soprano Tamara Wilson – whose “voice of steely beauty and great power” (Houston Chronicle) has already won international accolades – has been named as winner of the 2016 Richard Tucker Award. Dubbed the “Heisman Trophy of Opera,” the Tucker Award carries the foundation's most substantial cash prize of $50,000, and is conferred each year by a panel of opera industry professionals on an American singer at the threshold of a major international career. Featuring such luminaries as Renée Fleming, Stephanie Blythe,Lawrence Brownlee, David Daniels, Christine Goerke and Joyce DiDonato, the list of past winners reads like a who's who of American opera.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 18, 2017
Soprano Nadine Sierra - who at 28 years old is already establishing herself as a fixture at many of the world's leading opera houses, including those of Paris, Milan, Berlin, and New York - was named today by the Richard Tucker Music Foundation as the winner of the 2017 Richard Tucker Award.
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 18, 2017
Richard Tucker Music Foundation named soprano Nadine Sierra as winner of 2017 Richard Tucker Award; simultanously, it announced its roster of study and career grant recipients.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 16, 2018
The artists in SculptureCenter's spring exhibition, 74 million million million tons, contribute to and corroborate accounts of significant events (and shifts) in material, social, technological, and/or political realities. Their works do not simply stand in for or index broader concepts and political issues, but move beyond the role of representation to become elements that are integral to the comprehension of contemporary occurrences and ensuing narratives.