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by TV News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
The dire lack of affordable housing and a sharply rising inequity gap are driving San Francisco's homeless population to numbers not seen for 15 years with more than 8,000 people living on the city streets. Statewide, California has 129,972 homeless people (2018), the largest street population of any state (source: Kevin Fagan, San Francisco Chronicle, May 16, 2019).
by BroadwayWorld TV - Oct 31, 2019
BroadwayWorld is checking in with the cast to uncover some little known facts about the political giants they play onstage. Today, watch as Christopher Livingston gives us a lesson on James Bevel and Jimmie Lee Jackson.
by TV News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
Officer Nolan kicks off his birthday by babysitting a crime scene at a law office. Meanwhile, Officer Bradford and Officer West are set to receive special awards, and Sgt. Grey rides patrol with Officer Harper after she requests an early annual evaluation on “The Rookie,” SUNDAY, NOV. 17 (10:00-11:00 p.m. EST), on ABC. (TV-14, V) Episodes can also be viewed the next day on ABC.com, the ABC app and Hulu.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 30, 2019
Westport Country Playhouse will present a Sunday Symposium on November 10, following a 3 p.m. performance of the world premiere translation and adaption of Molière's, a?oeDon Juan,a?? a modern take on the classic, comic satire. Speakers will be Brendan Pelsue, translator and adaptor of a?oeDon Juan,a?? and David Kennedy, Playhouse associate artistic director and director of a?oeDon Juan.a?? They will engage in conversation about the modern-dress production of the classic comedy, moderated by Dana Tanner-Kennedy, production dramaturg for a?oeDon Juan.a?? The Playhouse Sunday Symposium program is free and open to the public.
by Chris Struck - Oct 30, 2019
Day one of the 2019 Cabaret Convention presented by the Mabel Mercer Foundation featured Deborah Grace Winder hosting, 'The Sunny Side of the Street: Celebrating Dorothy Fields & Great Women Songwriters' starring Christine Andreas, Karrin Allyson, and more!
by TV News Desk - Oct 30, 2019
Patrick McGee, aka Acidhead, has arrived with his debut single titled 'Throw Away The Time.' It's the lead track from his forthcoming debut project, Distractions, dropping November 15th via Veriditas Recordings. The track was entirely produced and arranged by Acidhead with 80's synths and drums inspired by Late Registration-era Kanye.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 9, 2019
BroadwayWorld is checking in with the cast to uncover some little known facts about the political giants they play onstage. Today, watch as Brian Dykstra gives us a lesson on  Stanley Levison.
by Jimin Lee - Nov 9, 2019
a??What comes to your mind when you hear a?oedeath?a?? Black clothes? People mourning? Commonly, 'death' has negative connotations with strong emotional connections to sadness and tragedy. However, there is one musical that will make you have a new perspective about death. LEESEONDONG CLEAN CENTER which had its first show on October 4th invites the audience to experience a heartwarming story about 'death' and those left behind.
by TV News Desk - Nov 8, 2019
22-year-old Toronto singer and songwriter Ali Gatie has released his highly anticipated debut project YOU via Warner Records. With over 870 million cumulative streams under his belt, Ali Gatie's YOU arrives on the heels of his aptly titled YOU short film, showcasing gorgeous consecutive vignettes of songs from the full project. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2019
Frantic Assembly today announced the full casting for I Think We Are Alone, a major new play by Sally Abbott (The Coroner, Vera), co-directed by Kathy Burke (Lady Windermere's Fan, The Retreat) and Scott Graham (Fatherland, Things I Know to be True). The work will premiere at Theatre Royal Plymouth on 3rd February and tour to venues including Theatre Royal Stratford East, The Lowry, Nuffield Southampton, Bristol Old Vic, and Leicester's Curve in Spring 2020. The production sits at the centre of a year of programming celebrating 25 years of Frantic Assembly.
by TV News Desk - Nov 8, 2019
Award winning multi-vocalist, producer and comedian Beardyman has dropped the dynamic remix package for his latest single 6am (Ready To Write) ft Joe Rogan.
by Andrew Child - Nov 7, 2019
ArtsEmerson continues its tradition of hosting world-class theatre pieces in Boston by presenting Isango Ensemble's production of Mozart's The Magic Flute. The troupe, comprised of 21 black South African musicians, alternates nebulously between delivering recitative, dancing ebulliently, and playing marimbas, rawhide drums, and an eclectic mix of instruments in the on-stage orchestra. Upon entering the Cutler Majestic, the fusion of cultures is jarringa?'- an exposed stage behind an opulent proscenium arch is interrupted by simple structures of distressed wood and corrugated steel panels. The (predominantly white) audience is immediately won over by the novelty of hearing Mozart's iconic overture played entirely on wooden marimbas. The expertise of the musicians in questiona?'- as percussionists, vocalists, actors, dancers, et. ala?'- is reason enough to reserve tickets, and as the novelty of hearing western music arranged on djembes and glass bottles wears off, the precision of the performances continues to impress.
by TV News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
2019 Grammy Awards 'Best Contemporary Blues Album' nominee, a/k/a the 'Piana From Savannah' Victor Wainwright and the Train, embark on their Harvest Boogie Tour, with a local performance at Geneseo Riviera, 4 Center St., Saturday, November 16. Showtime: 8pm. Tickets: $25. Advance, $29. Door (General Admission); $30. (VIP/Table Service), $34. Door. Info: (585) 481-0036 or visit http://geneseoriviera.com.
by TV News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
It's been two years since Sydney metalcore outfit Polaris released their ARIA-nominated, Top 10 debut, The Mortal Coil, which introduced the group to legions of fans around the country and — thanks to an extensive international touring schedule — the world.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 7, 2019
Cabaret performer and Bridging The Gap mentor Ari Axelrod returns to Birdland with his popular show A CELEBRATION OF JEWISH BROADWAY. And you don't have to be Jewish to enjoy it.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
ScoBar Entertainmentpresents PIANO BAR LIVE! for an open-ended run at Brandy's Piano Bar on the Upper East Side. Joining Piano Bar Maestro, MICHAEL McASSEY at the keys, will be a veritable Who's Who of Cabaret and Broadway! PIANO BAR LIVE! is an interactive, live-streaming Piano Bar experience. THERE IS NO COVER CHARGE for PIANO BAR LIVE! but there is a two drink minimum.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
Christmas Village in Philadelphia presented by Bank of America will once again return to LOVE Park for its 12th season (1500 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102). From Thanksgiving Day (Thursday, November 28th) through Christmas Eve (Tuesday, December 24th), with a Preview Weekend on November 23rd and 24th, Christmas Village will transform LOVE Park into an authentic open-air German Christmas market.
by Dan and Julie Izzo - Nov 7, 2019
Hummingbird Theater Company's slogan reads, 'hover in the moment.' That thoughtful pause describes perfectly the theatrical experience director/producer Donald Brian Bartalo creates with his latest venture, THE AMISH PROJECT, at MUCCC. This extraordinary one-person show written by Jessica Dickey fictionally explores the Nickel Mines schoolhouse shooting that fragmented the lives of families in and around an Amish community near Lancaster Pennsylvania in 2006. At lights up, the audience enters an unfamiliar world. There are no introductions or explanations. We meet a young Amish girl sitting at a school desk who is fascinated with hats. The actor then morphs into her older sister thrilled by the beauty of the world, then a non-Amish woman feverishly smoking. These transformations continue for seven disparate characters. Each is a fragment laid out and unexplained like the patches of a quilt waiting to be sewn together, to be made whole. And that is the dramatic structure Dickey deftly stitches over the next 90 riveting minutes. She lovingly and sympathetically presents each character's terror, goodness and beauty. Slowly, these characters, torn to pieces, are inextricably knotted together by chance or fate or God. Jessica Dickey quilts an absolute masterwork that warms with compassion and unflinching fellowship.
by Student Blogger: Paris Johnson - Nov 7, 2019
Let's face it- as fun and exciting as college can be, campuses are a bit of a cesspool for germs! With winter rearing its head and temperatures dropping, it's important to think about maintaining your health! If you happen to be a performer, your body is your instrument, and keeping germs and sickness away is something that should always be on your brain.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
Sex, politics, and religion – nothing is sacred – in Westport Country Playhouse's world premiere translation and adaption of Molière's comedy, “Don Juan,” by Brendan Pelsue, directed by Playhouse associate artistic director David Kennedy, from November 5 – 23.  
by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2019
 This 2019/2020 season, the talent performing at The RRazz Room at Mizner Park Cultural Center is a diverse mix of world class artists. There is truly something for all tastes at the intimate and comfortable venue, where audiences have the opportunity to enjoy their favorite artists up close and personal.  There is nothing quite like the connection between the performers and their audience in an intimate setting like that of The RRazz Room at Mizner Park Cultural Center. 
by TV News Desk - Nov 5, 2019
Snowboxx has revealed the full line-up for its 2020 edition as it returns to the stunning slopes of Avoriaz on 21st - 28th March with headliners Andy C, Annie Mac, DJ EZ and special guests The Sugarhill Gang confirmed. Offering a 360 degree snow-festival experience at an unbeatable price, this picture-postcard setting sits within the highest resort in Les Portes Du Soleil region which boasts the largest connected ski area in the world. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2019
What do you get when you cross two suburban mothers, a federally illegal industry, and a whole lot of skepticism? A thriving medical cannabis dispensary and product line. Or at least that's the case for Dr. Leslie Apgar and Gina Dubbé, the women behind High Heals: How Two Women Found Their Footing in the Medical Cannabis Industry.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2019
This fall HB STUDIO is shining its spotlight on the urgency of climate change with two upcoming events:  the American Scoreboard performances of verbatim readings of the U.S. House of Representatives Committee on Oversight and Reform hearing on The Need for Leadership to Combat Climate Change for two performances only on Wednesday, November 20 and Thursday, November 21 at 7pm; and a staged reading of playwright José Rivera's fanciful Maricela De La Luz Lights the World, directed by David Debinger, on Friday, December 6 at 7pm and Saturday, December 7 at 2pm.  All performances, which are free of charge, take place at HB Playwrights Theatre, 124 Bank Street.  Reservations can be made at hbstudio.eventbrite.com. 
by Andrew Child - Nov 3, 2019
Praxis Stage's Coriolanus is punk. It is metal. It is what too many theaters in Boston try to be and it succeeds in ways that should have the rest of the theatre community taking notes (or at least scrambling for tickets to their next production). Coriolanus is a late Shakespearean tragedy  that follows the downfall of a Roman warrior whose aggressive nature and volatile temperament make him an unfit political leader. The show is a success because of the evidently uninhibited passions of the artists involved and the ability of the co-directors, Audrey Seraphin and Daniel Boudreau, to effectively act in accordance with their purported philosophies and priorities.
by Andrew Child - Nov 2, 2019
Roald Dahl wrote books for the children of his time and it is a wonder that many of his creations have remained as popular and well-loved as they have decades after his death. Although James and the Giant Peach, Matilda, The Witches, and The Twits can all trace thematic influence back to Dahl's involvement in World War II, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory seems to be the most heavily-informed by an unquestioning devotion to western industrialization and hope for the germinating seeds of our present-day capitalism. The 1971 movie, Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory is indicative of its time not only in its psychedelic colors and film effects but in its Vietnam-Conflict-era praise of Americanized consumerism. While Tim Burton's 2005 film adaptation reclaimed the title of the 1964 book and attempted to be a more faithful translation, its darkness and sterile settings have not garnered the cultural embrace of its predecessor, mainly because (I believe) of the public's common, shifting relationship with and disdain for industrialization and capitalism.
by Cindy Sibilsky - Nov 18, 2019
The show itself was entertaining and contained intriguing concepts and questions that could merit continued conversations on the topics addressed (possibly at a cafe over a cup of coffee or tea?) but wasn't completely flawless in execution or innovation, and was more personally reflective than profound. Through our connection to Terry's world by being plugged into his smartphone and hearing what he hears via headphones, as well as what he thinks and feels via his one-sided dialogue, we become privy to a person's private grief in a public space.
by TV News Desk - Nov 18, 2019
With a sound reminiscent of nostalgic 90s rap rock infused with modern alternative and underground SoundCloud hip hop, ICON the GREAT is here to prove that genres and expectations are a thing of the past with their first single “Back For More”. The track/video is filled with ferocious emotional unloading about how no one else matters but you and the people you hold close. 
by TV News Desk - Nov 18, 2019
Toronto's Kiwi Jr. have released the title-track off their forthcoming album Football Money.  The single highlights the bands penchant for crafting infectious indie-rock/garage pop that will stick in your brain on repeat. Northern Transmissions premiered “Football Money” and Kiwi Jr. told them “we came up with the concept for this song while in an Uber XL loaded up with all of our gear on the way to a gig at the Silver Dollar (r.i.p.) in Toronto - the driver was going on about how much soccer player Paul Pogba was being paid and we started thinking about the weight of 'football money' as controlled, or scaled currency by which to measure things. Musically we came up with something like Superchunk meets the Clean, but I distinctly remember trying to sound early Misfits in the early demo stages.”
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
THE NEW YORKER NEW YORK FESTIVAL OF SONG presents a new show that sheds light on Harlem's gay underground: Tain't Nobody's Business If I Do: Songs from Gay Harlem
by TV News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
ICON the GREAT was formed when Big Wave teamed up with long time collaborator and best friend Tripper, to try and create something raw, pure, and most importantly fun. “We both came in with clean slates of our musical pasts and laid down what felt natural and exciting. We crushed a case of Miller Lite's, talked, hit record and let what happen happen,” Tripper recalls.
by E.H. Reiter - Nov 15, 2019
The 50th anniversary national tour of the iconic rock opera JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR has landed at Broadway San Diego, where you can catch this passion play through Sunday, November 17th.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 15, 2019
University of Wisconsin-Green Bay Theatre and Dance and Music programs will present Richard O'Brien's 'The Rocky Horror Show' Nov. 21, 22 and 23, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. with an additional special late-night performance at 11 p.m. on Nov. 22. Performances will be held in the University Theatre, Theatre Hall UW-Green Bay.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2019
Since it first opened in London in June 1973 at the Royal Court Theatre Upstairs, Richard O'Brien's The Rocky Horror Show has become the world's favourite Rock 'N' Roll musical, having been performed worldwide for 45 years in more than 30 countries and translated into over 20 languages.
by TV News Desk - Nov 14, 2019
Rose City Band have announced their signing to Thrill Jockey Records. The group's self-titled debut album, produced by Ripley Johnson (Wooden Shjips / Moon Duo) and mixed by Chris Cohen (Captured Tracks / Deerhoof) will be re-issued by Thrill Jockey Records on limited-edition red vinyl on January 17th, 2020, with a new album planned for later in the year.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Second Stage Theater (Carole Rothman, President and Artistic Director; Casey Reitz, Executive Director) has announced Ben McKenzie (Ben) will complete the cast of Bess Wohl's GRAND HORIZONS. The production will mark his Broadway debut.
by Shari Barrett - Nov 12, 2019
Combining a sad Irish mythological tale of four sisters doomed to live together silently as swans on a lake with a modern tale of a modern man suffering in silence from debilitating depression while living alone in a house soon to be lost after the death of his beloved mother on the shore of that same lake, is the essence of the Keegan-Dolan's tale, reminding us to do what it takes to reach the light and joy when the bell rings in our mind and allows us to express the release of negative emotions and let childlike joy enter our lives.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Varanasi, the birthplace of legendary 15th-century mystic a?" Kabir - unparalleled for its unique ambience, soul and history, will once again play host to the Mahindra Kabira Festival, to be held from the 22nd -24th of November 2019. Acclaimed and gifted artistes will make the iconic ghats of Varanasi reverberate with sublime music celebrating the works of the poet and saint Kabir at both sunrise and sunset.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
The King's Head Theatre, Making Productions and RGM Productions have announced the full cast for the return of Kevin Elyot's Coming Clean to Trafalgar Studios 2.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Nate Bargatze is coming to Hershey Theatre on Saturday, April 4, 2020, at 7 p.m.. Tickets are available at Hershey Theatre Box Office or online at www.HersheyEntertainment.com and www.TicketMaster.com.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Following the continued success of his Netflix special, The Tennessee Kid, comedian, actor and writer Nate Bargatze is extending his best-selling Good Problem to Have stand-up tour into 2020, adding stops in more than 40 US cities. Outback Presents brings his tour to the Weidner Center for the Performing Arts in Green Bay on January 26, 2020 at 7 p.m. Tickets will go on sale this Friday, November 15 at 10 a.m.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Following the continued success of his Netflix special, The Tennessee Kid, comedian, actor and writer NATE BARGATZE is extending his 'Good Problem to Have Tour' and adding a stop to the Warner's Main Stage on Thursday, April 2, 2020 at 7 pm. Tickets will go on sale to Warner Members on Thursday, November 14 at 10 am and to the General Public on Friday, November 15 at 10 am.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Comedian Nate Bargatze brings his Good Problem to Have tour to the Peace Center on Saturday, May 2, 2020, at 8 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Following the continued success of his Netflix special, The Tennessee Kid, comedian, actor and writer Nate Bargatze is extending his best-selling Good Problem to Have stand-up tour into 2020, adding stops in more than 40 US cities.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2019
Luther Burbank Center for the Arts (LBC) announced today that stand-up comedian Nate Bargatze will bring his Good Problem to Have tour to Santa Rosa on Wednesday, May 13, 2020 at 7 p.m. Featured on Esquire's list of a?oeBest New Comedians,a?? tickets for Bargatze range in price from $35a?"$49.75, with VIP tickets available for $149. Tickets will be available at noon on Friday, November 15 online at lutherburbankcenter.org, by calling 707-546-3600 or at the Luther Burbank Center for the Arts ticket office (50 Mark West Springs Road in Santa Rosa). 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2019
The Drama League announced today the 2020 line-up of DirectorFest: The 36th Annual Directors Festival, the only festival in the United States dedicated to the art of contemporary stage directing. For its 36th year, the festival will include six fully-staged productions, a showcase concert of a new musical, a town hall, and conversations with directors including 2017 Tony Award Winner Rebecca Taichman (Indecent), 2014 Tony Award Winner and 2010 Drama League Founders Award for Excellence in Directing Kenny Leon (A Soldier's Play), and Intimacy Director Claire Warden (HBO's Mrs. Fletcher).
by Peter Danish - Nov 11, 2019
Auspicious debuts seem to be in the air in NYC this fall. Last month the new Athens Philharmonic blew the roof off Carnegie Hall with an extraordinary Mahler 2 in its debut, and this month a new ensemble called Parlando did the same at Merkin Hall - in a vastly different kind of program.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2019
Salaam Medina: Tales of a Halfghan, with book, music and lyrics by Rona Siddiqui, will hold an invited industry reading on November 15, 2019. The reading will be directed by Raja Feather Kelly, with Music Direction by Emily Goldman and Dramaturgy by Jessica Kahkoska.
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Nov 11, 2019
The world premiere translation and adaptation of Moliere's Don Juan is the closing play of the season at the Westport Country Playhouse. It's performed in modern dress, but the book is overly faithful to the original story of the narcissistic womanizer (played well by Nick Westrate). Warning: this is a hard play to like because Don Juan is not likeable and because some of it is vulgar and unnecessary. Nor can Don Juan command any respect because of the way he treats everyone, not just women. There were some patrons who walked out during the intermission. It was their loss to miss out on the rest of the play, which was worth seeing for Bhavesh Patel, who stole the show as Sganarelle, Don Juan's servant. He's a human mop, underpaid and having to clean up his master's messes.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2019
The Broadway Green Alliance (BGA) is sponsoring a textile drive on Wednesday, November 6th from 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. in Duffy Square (46th Street between 7th Avenue and Broadway in Times Square). The collection drive is open to all shows, theatres, industry members, and fans in a collaborative effort to make cleaning out your theatre or your closet a greener experience.