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Morosco Theatre

(New York, NY)
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2017
Opening September 22, Hart House Theatre is 'stoked' to present the cult-favourite, glam-rock extravaganza, Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Directed by Hart House Theatre alumnae, Rebecca Ballarin, and starring a stellar cast, Hedwig and the Angry Inch promises to open the 2017/2018 Hart House Theatre Season on a high note.
by Elliot Lanes - Sep 20, 2018
Today's subject Maboud Ebrahimzadeh is one of the area's most versatile actors. Currently, you can see him in action in the very unique Small Mouth Sounds at Round House Theatre through September 23rd. The word unique, in this case, is meant as a compliment, but you'll have to see the show for yourself to understand why.
by Nancy Grossman - Sep 18, 2018
In news recently reported, the 2018-2019 season will be Zeitgeist Stage Company's last, after seventeen years of notable productions as an acclaimed stalwart of the Boston fringe theater scene. Artistic Director David J. Miller has never shied away from plays that deal with controversial or highly charged political subject matter, and he is not about to change now. For his penultimate production, Miller directs the New England premiere of Jon Robin Baitz's VICUÑA, a searing takedown of the current administration and its take-no-prisoners march from the nomination to the election.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 5, 2012
David Hunter, who reached the semi-finals of Andrew Lloyd Webber's ITV1 search for Jesus for his new arena tour of Jesus Christ Superstar, is to star as Horton the Elephant in the new London production of Seussical at the Arts Theatre from December 4.
by TV News Desk - Oct 4, 2018
Los Angeles Performance Practice presents its annual LAX Festival, which serves as a highly visible platform that supports hundreds of local artists each year, and reaches thousands of audience members in the greater Los Angeles area. The Los Angeles Exchange [LAX] Festival, 6th Ed. will run for ten days from Thursday, October 11 through Sunday, October 21, 2018 at participating venues around town. With performances and events that are geographically focused in and around Downtown L.A., the festival program hosts an eclectic array of contemporary performances by Los Angeles-based artists, presented in dialogue with works by guest artists from outside the city's limits. The 2018 LAX Festival is built on an exchange with artists, curators, and organizations in Philadelphia. Festival passes are $125, individual tickets for performances and events are $20. For more information, please visit https://performancepractice.la/festival. To purchase passes or tickets, please visit https://performancepractice.la/festival/tickets.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2012
Final casting is announced today for the London production of Seussical at the Arts Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2012
Final casting was announced today for the London production of Seussical at the Arts Theatre. Joining the previously announced David Hunter as Horton the Elephant are: Kirsty Marie Ayers (Gertrude McFuzz), Jessica Parker (Mazie La Bird), Clark Devlin (Jojo), Natalie Green (Sour Kangaroo), Joe Morrow (The Cat in the Hat), Philip Scutt, Joe McCourt and Mathew Waters (Wickersham Brothers), Amy Punter, Tanya Shields and Jennifer Low (Bird Girls). Get a first look at the cast in the photos below!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2013
At age 27, Christopher Massimine is the youngest theater executive to oversee the production activities within a major multi-million dollar theatrical organization. Previously holding the position of Marketing Communications Director at The National Yiddish Theatre - Folksbiene, he has now assumed the role as Producing Director where he will act as Supervising Producer on Folksbiene's forthcoming musical production LIES MY FATHER TOLD ME, a critical success in Canada making its American debut at Baruch Performing Arts Center on November 10 and running through December 15.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2011
Cabaret Theatre today announced its second show of the season: Twelve Angry Men by Reginald Rose.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2012
Birdland hosts a CD release party for David Bixler's latest project The NEAREST EXIT MAY BE INSIDE YOUR HEAD tonight, October 18th at 6pm. In conjunction with Zoho Music ZM 201206, the Street Date for the project was August 14, 2012 and it features Bixler on alto sax, John Hart on guitar, Scott Wendholdt on trumpet, Ugonna Okegwo on drums, and Andy Watson on bass.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2020
Today, Warbly Jets have announced 'NASA,' their first release since 2019's Propaganda EP and their first single since stripping the Los Angeles-based band down to the original duo of Samuel Shea and Julien O'neill.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2011
Due to an overwhelming response, the fourth and final Spicks and Specks show (ever) has just gone on sale in Melbourne.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2017
Call It A Day Productions celebrates the holiday season with Call It A Holiday 2017 a holiday cabaret featuring nine performers using collaborative writing, storytelling, and song to share intimate moments and anecdotes all encompassing the emotional whirlwind that is the holiday season. Our performers will share original pieces of writing that span over themes of family, food, festivities, love, loss, financial woes, and substance abuse. The holidays are different for everyone, and the world is a complicated place. Call It A Holiday remains inclusive to all aspects of the holiday season, and the many types of celebrations that come with it.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2011
After R.E.M. ignited the blogosphere on September 21st with the news that they had decided to 'call it a day as a band' via a statement on their website, the beloved band have announced that they will release their final album, R.E.M., Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982 - 2011, on Warner Bros. Records on November 15th, 2011.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2011
R.E.M. shocked the world with the news that they had decided to 'call it a day as a band' via a statement on their website, and the beloved band announced that they will release their final album, R.E.M., Part Lies, Part Heart, Part Truth, Part Garbage, 1982 - 2011, on Warner Bros. Records on November 15th, 2011.
by Jacques Lamarre - Nov 12, 2012
Charles Schulz's 'Peanuts' characters return in a candy-coated confection at Broad Brook Opera House.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2011
R.E.M. frontman Michael Stipe made a surprise appearance on last night's The Colbert Report, where host Stephen Colbert said goodbye to the iconic band by putting Stipe on his Rock and Roll Shelf of Fame (literally.) They were then joined by guest Brian Eno for an impromptu acapella rendition of 'Lean On Me.'
by TV News Desk - May 6, 2014
No matter what the top U.S. soccer players on Team USA may have accomplished in the past, no one is guaranteed to make the 23-man roster that's heading to Brazil for the World Cup, says their coach, Jurgen Klinsmann. And to make sure they stay on their toes, Klinsmann ratcheted up the competition for the coveted spots by recruiting American players in Europe. Klinsmann, the former European star player and coach, is profiled by Sharyn Alfonsi for the next edition of 60 MINUTES SPORTS premiering Wednesday, May 7 at 9:00 PM, ET, only on SHOWTIME.
by TV News Desk - May 29, 2019
Ahead of its June 5 premiere on Hulu, the critics have weighed in on the third season of the Emmy winning drama THE HANDMAIDS TALE. 
by David Fick - May 27, 2016
Even if A COCK AND BULL STORY ultimately pulls its punches, the two performances around which Marthinus Basson builds his production are stellar, most likely some of the best work South African audiences will see on stage this year.
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2020
Broadway Records announced today that Robbie Rozelle: Songs From Inside My Locker - Live at Feinstein's/54 Below will be released digitally everywhere music is sold on Friday, June 26, 2020.
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2012
On Saturday, July 28th, 2012, from 2pm - 5pm in the afternoon, the Lilac will host Tribeca's first-ever children's literary festival: Books Ahoy! a literary celebration for little mermaids and pirates.
by Richard Sasanow - May 13, 2014
“The party's over,” wrote Betty Comden & Adolph Green in BELLS ARE RINGING. “It's time to call it a day.” The opera season at the Metropolitan said its farewells to 2013-2014 on May 10 with a bel canto doubleheader of Rossini's LA CENERENTOLA (a shot heard round the world via radio and The Met's LIVE IN HD) and Bellini's IL PURITANI--not a bad swan song, considering the singing talent involved.
by Pat Cerasaro - Mar 31, 2015
Today we are talking to one of the biggest stars to break out of Broadway and make a major mark on the music scene in recent years thanks to her hit album HUNTER and an ever-expanding series of incredibly impressive viral music videos, the soulful and passionate Morgan James. Discussing the impetus behind many of the selections on HUNTER as well as sharing stories of how the album all came together, James generously details the process in creating her first album of original material while looking ahead to this week's live concert event at the Highline Ballroom which will showcase many of the standouts from the album as well as some special surprises. Furthermore, James opens up about her growing series of music videos covering many classic pop and R&B songs, both vintage and brand new, as well as the worldwide acclaim she has received for them - enough to inspire a recent European tour with innovative music collective Postmodern Jukebox, as matter of fact. Plus, James gives the 411 on her theatre background and Juilliard training while also reflecting on some of her Broadway appearances in musicals such as MOTOWN, GODSPELL, THE ADDAMS FAMILY and WONDERLAND while also commenting on some dream roles she would ideally enjoy pursuing in the future, near and far. All of that, thoughts on social media, favorite albums and much, much more!
by Student Blogger: Kyle Morales - Mar 26, 2021
Marc Tumminelli, Founder and Director of Broadway Workshop and Artistic Director of Project Broadway, has earned himself a new title as the creator and host of “LITTLE ME: Growing Up Broadway.'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2015
Legendary Greek superstar NANA MOUSKOURI returns to Australia in April this year for five exclusive concerts.
by TV News Desk - Jun 23, 2014
Viewers to the FOX cooking competition Kitchen Nightmares will have one less bad dream to worry about according to an announcement posted on series host Gordon Ramsay's official website.
by Michael Dale - Jun 21, 2016
Winkler saw interest in her work increase dramatically when a play was placed on The Kilroys' The List
by Ellen Dostal - Jun 2, 2017
Shakespeare by way of Gilligan's Island with a cast of hammy knuckleheads is what you'll get in Fiona Austin's TITUS SHARKDRONICUS. There isn't a serious bone in this fish tale's body so leave your sophistication at the door and prepare for an hour of melodrama loosely based on the plot of Titus Andronicus, but with the addition of sharks as Tamora's sons.
by Michael Dale - Jul 3, 2016
A complete rundown of when productions are closing and when new ones are coming in.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 28, 2012
Today, Saturday, July 28th, 2012, from 2pm - 5pm in the afternoon, the Lilac will host Tribeca's first-ever children's literary festival: Books Ahoy! a literary celebration for little mermaids and pirates.
by TV News Desk - Jan 7, 2016
TNT President Kevin Reilly confirmed the news at today's Television Critics Association winter previews that the long-running series RIZZOLI AND ISLES will end its run following Season 7
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2014
There is nothing like the golden days of summer to relax, unwind and completely enjoy life. An adorable Cocker Spaniel will not have it any other way as well. From author Elizabeth Jobson comes an entertaining tale that will take readers on an enthralling summer getaway with her new publication, Bentley Goes on Holiday.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2014
While most legendary rockers still on the touring circuit seem content these days to play hits for fans and call it a day, the 90 minutes Canadian Music Hall of Famer Burton Cummings (www.burtoncummings.com) spends onstage are just the start of a cutting edge, increasingly innovative multimedia interactive fan-artist experience.
by Courtney Henley - Feb 8, 2015
It's Sunday. Are you tired, bored, with nothing to do? Need a reason to stay home and eat that pint of ice cream that's been hanging out in your freezer for a little bit too long? Do you miss BREAKING BAD? You're not alone. AMC is here to help. They have what is quite possibly the only series that can fill the Walter White-shaped hole that the BREAKING BAD finale permanently smashed into your heart, and that show is BETTER CALL SAUL.
by TV News Desk - Feb 7, 2020
Grammy-nominated rock band Avenged Sevenfold have released their platinum-certified CD, Diamonds in the Rough, digitally for the very first time today via Warner Records. Originally released in 2008 as a compilation CD of B-sides recorded during the making of the band's self-titled debut, the new digital version is expanded by five new tracks, including recently-released track “Set Me Free,”as well as other hard-to-find tracks such as “St, James,” “4AM,” “Lost It All,” and the band's cover of Black Sabbath's “Paranoid.” Diamonds In The Rough is also available on limited edition clear vinyl starting today. On March 6, the audio from Live In The LBC, which was originally released as a live DVD from the band's 2008 show at Long Beach Arena, will be released digitally.
by TV News Desk - Feb 25, 2016
Piven sat down with Cigar Aficionado to talk about the British period drama, his time as Ari Gold, why he turned down the U.S. version of The Office, when he wants to start a family, his interest in creating a cigar company, and more.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2021
Mia McKenna-Bruce, star of BBC and Netflix series 'Get Even,' will headline Ella Greenwood's 'Smudged Smile,' a short film on teenage depression that kicks off a mental health anthology series.
by BWW Special Coverage - Dec 4, 2014
BroadwayWorld.com's Richie Ridge was on hand at PETER PAN's press day where he talked to the stars and creative team about how they are putting together this live TV event. Here, Richie talks to Allison Williams.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2019
Let's face it: You probably have enough stuff. While deals on vacuums and toothbrushes can feel satisfying in the moment, wouldn't you rather get tickets to an unforgettable theatrical experience? That's where we come in. This Cyber Monday (i.e. today!) deals on theater tix are so good they feel like a steal. Whether it's a show you've been planning to see forever, or a deal that's just too good to pass up, today's the day to buy those tickets.
by Walter McBride - Dec 17, 2013
As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Joan Fontaine, perhaps best known for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rebecca' and who received an Academy Award for her performance in Hitchcock's 'Suspicion,' died at her home in Carmel, Calif., on Sunday, December 15th at the age of 96. BroadwayWorld remembers the legendary actress below.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2016
Rob Zombie unleashes 31 - A Rob Zombie Film (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)today via UMe for download and streaming, with vinyl to follow on April 14, 2017.
by Movies News Desk - Dec 16, 2013
The New York Times reports that Joan Fontaine, perhaps best known for her role in Alfred Hitchcock's 'Rebecca' and who received an Academy Award for her performance in Hitchcock's 'Suspicion,' died at her home yesterday.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2017
Opening September 22, Hart House Theatre is 'stoked' to present the cult-favourite, glam-rock extravaganza, Hedwig and the Angry Inch. Directed by Hart House Theatre alumnae, Rebecca Ballarin, and starring a stellar cast, Hedwig and the Angry Inch promises to open the 2017/2018 Hart House Theatre Season on a high note.
by Joseph OHern - Aug 14, 2014
Can we just start this recap by establishing that Julie Chen looked great in that red dress? Then again, doesn't she always look good? I guess that's how it works when you're married to one of the bosses of CBS. Moving along now, last week it was a double eviction week (Jacosta and Hayden were both sent packing) and ever since then the house seems to be in shambles. With everyone starting to turn on each other I don't think there's a single person who feels safe.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2019
MIKE + THE MECHANICS released their ninth studio album, OUT OF THE BLUE, today 5 via BMG. It captures the evolution of some of the band's most loved hits throughout their 35-year career with brand new recordings (on deluxe version), as well as introducing fans to the band's future with three brand new tracks: “One Way,” “What Would You Do” and the album's lead single of the title track. A video for “Out Of The Blue” was recently released and can be seen on the band's official YouTube page.
by Jeff Davis - Apr 29, 2013
Here's what Half and Half's founders, M. Scott Tatum and Julianna Wright, have to say about their love for theater, the challenges with starting a new company, and why they decided on PASSING STRANGE as their inaugural production.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2019
For years, Walter Salas-Humara has split his time between making music and visual art, so it's not surprising that Walterio, his new release on Rhyme & Reason Records, contains rich imagery — both lyrically and on its cover. But one of the strongest images it evokes actually comes from the music itself, which might be described as the sonic equivalent of a tree — a rock 'n' roll family tree.