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by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2019
The Long Beach Playhouse opens its 2019 - 2020 season with The Haunting of Hill House. The play is adapted by F. Andrew Leslie from the novel written by Shirley Jackson in 1959. Dr. Montague invites his small team of volunteers to join his paranormal investigation of an unwelcoming mansion with a history of secrets and tragedies. As each guest is affected by the house's psychological manipulations, their minds, souls, and very lives become endangered.
by Paul Smith - Sep 6, 2019
Little Gem is running at Irish Repertory Theatre until September 8 and BroadwayWorld had the chance to chat about the play with the show's director, Marc Atkinson Borrull.
by TV News Desk - Sep 5, 2019
The Unsigned Only Music Competition is pleased to announce its 2019 winners. Unsigned Only is open to artists who are unsigned to a major record label, and over the years has become an important source for discovering new talent. Since Unsigned Only's inception in 2012, five Grand Prize winners have been signed to record label deals.
by Onur Alec Kadioglu - Sep 4, 2019
Futurization expert and business strategist Eren Yagmuroglu graduated as a bachelor of Management of Information Systems. The İstanbul born innovator founded Maxfield & Parrish in Los Angeles and Heminngway in Istanbul to futurize artists' & organizations' branding and marketing concepts by using his own methods. In the same year, he participated in the HBX CORe program at Harvard Business School Yagmuroglu joined the Recording Academy Grammy's / Los Angeles as an Academy Member. Let along he is the humblest, kindest and most dedicated human being I ever had the pleasure of meeting.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2019
Currently appearing in The Phantom of the Opera, actor and writer Jason Forbach will receive the Hidden River Arts Playwriting Award on September 9th alongside a 29 hour industry-only reading of his play, Heathen Hill. The reading will be directed by Kevin Newbury (Bel Canto, Kansas City Choir Boy) and will star Dan Amboyer (Younger). Additional casting will be announced at a later date.
by TV News Desk - Sep 3, 2019
Petrol Girls take their song “No Love For A Nation” to radio in the UK on October 31st, the Brexit deadline date. This powerful anti-nationalist anthem is welcome at a time when the world is deeply divided and encourages the listener to question the nation state and seek a more inclusive future.
by TV News Desk - Sep 3, 2019
Renée Zellweger stars as Judy Garland in the upcoming film JUDY. The film takes place in Winter 1968 and showbiz legend Judy Garland arrives in Swinging London to perform a five-week sold-out run at THE TALK of the Town. It is 30 years since she shot to global stardom in The Wizard of Oz, but if her voice has weakened, its dramatic intensity has only grown. As she prepares for the show, battles with management, charms musicians and reminisces with friends and adoring fans, her wit and warmth shine through. Even her dreams of love seem undimmed as she embarks on a whirlwind romance with Mickey Deans, her soon-to-be fifth husband.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2019
25 years after its debut, ground-breaking Pasifika play Fresh Off the Boat is being reborn for a new generation at The Court Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2019
Coming out of RADA was both bitter and sweet, since I enjoyed my time there so much, but knowing I'd landed a role in the The Night Watch as soon as I graduated was a fantastic feeling! Being part of a touring production has definitely kept me on my toes, due to the changing venues and show times, which is great because it's improved my adaptability and stamina as an actor. Especially with a show like The Night Watch, which is a play that constantly has scenes bleeding into each other
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2019
'Star Wars: Galaxy's Edge,' the highly anticipated new land inside Disney's Hollywood Studios, opened in late August, inviting guests to live their own Star Wars adventures as they explore a remote planet full of unique sights, sounds, smells, tastes and other immersive experiences.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2019
The Long Beach Playhouse opens its 2019 - 2020 season with The Haunting of Hill House. The play is adapted by F. Andrew Leslie from the novel written by Shirley Jackson in 1959. The story focuses on Dr. Montague (a paranormal researcher), an isolated and creepy old house with a bad reputation, a collection of his guests chosen for their susceptibility to the supernatural, a quirky relative of the mansion's owner and the strangely disquieting house staff. As the foreboding and creepiness grows we must ask the question, 'What can be done when the malevolent presence isn't in the house but is the house?'
by Steve Wilson - Sep 15, 2019
The Kansas City Actors Theatre continues to provide Kansas City with some of the best dramas to appear in local theater with the opening of a?oeMASTER HAROLDa??a??AND THE BOYS Saturday night, at the City Stage in Union Station. Directed by Gary Heisserer the play runs through September 29.
by Jude Hebit - Sep 14, 2019
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 12, 2019
In our turbulent modern times, the issue of intolerance for foreigners, immigrants and being 'the other' is a much-debated and controversial topic. In this way, Amsterdam, Maya Arad Yasur's thought-provoking, yet disjointed new play, could not be more prescient.
by Seth Tucker - Oct 9, 2019
Everything comes together with a swell of vitality in Arizona State University Music Theatre and Opera's production thanks to stars Mary Ott and Kathlynn Rodin, Music Director Greg Paladino, and Director Robert Kolby Harper.
by Kristen Morale - Oct 8, 2019
In NOTHING GOLD CAN STAY, Chad Beckim shows how a young woman's addiction to opioids affects not only her, but those who seek to help her. Impeded by her own doubts and insecurities, in a town where people are admired for their efforts to leave, the downward spiral of her life pulls in those who had the good intent of helping her. Relationships are pushed aside, hope is dashed and free will momentarily shines through in her attempts to get better, only to be swallowed up again by need. Beckim's play is an extraordinary story of ordinary people - a family already familiar with less-than-perfect circumstances, now faced with a loved one's illness that seeks to bring down everyone with her.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Oct 8, 2019
Back in 1994, Stephan Elliott created a funny and powerful road-trip film that soon became a cult classic. Priscilla Queen Of The Desert was a pioneering LGBTQ+ comedy and found a successful home on the stage starring Jason Donovan. This newly-adapted musical tour sees Donovan take the reins as producer of a show that sparkles, but lacks some depth.
by Charlie Wilks - Oct 5, 2019
In the heart of central London, a seven-building, 35-floor, 42,000 sq ft adventure awaits brave travellers. Putting you in the shoes of your favourite action character, participants must navigate rough terrain, darkened corridors and fog-filled chambers a?' all while trying to avoid meeting infected creatures, which will attack.
by Zac Thriffiley - Oct 5, 2019
The Dallas Symphony Orchestra's CHICAGO IN CONCERT is a thrilling reimagination of a familiar favorite, one that excites with its inventiveness while remaining faithful to the story and sounds audiences have come to hold near and dear to their hearts.
by Louis Train - Oct 5, 2019
If UN POYO ROJO is about anything, it is about the ambiguities and duplicities of masculinity - a source of both competition and camaraderie, domination and kinship.
by Kerrie Nicholson - Oct 3, 2019
We are so excited to debut our Most Accessible Theatre category in the 2019 BroadwayWorld UK Awards! Here, BWW reviewer Kerrie Nicholson explains what Access means to her.
by Review Roundups - Oct 3, 2019
When Peter Nichols wrote the ground-breaking play A Day in the Death of Joe Egg in 1967, it was inspired by his own personal experience of bringing up his disabled daughter. A story about family, the funny and moving play shines a light on her parents' caring for their daughter, who is affectionately nicknamed Joe Egg.
by Meredith Kreisa - Oct 3, 2019
HAMILTON recently opened at the Fox Cities Performing Arts Center in Appleton and will continue to play through October 20. When a show receives as much hype as HAMILTON has, it can seem almost a letdown compared to its reputation. However, HAMILTON is truly a modern masterpiece with tremendous artistry, subtlety, and nuance.
by TV News Desk - Oct 29, 2019
When music industry veteran and independent pioneer Allen Kovac first founded Eleven Seven Music and Eleven Seven Label Group in 2006, he recognized that major record companies were no longer focusing on artist development and marketing. Thirteen years later, E7LG, the industry's global rock powerhouse, has been renamed Better Noise Music.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 28, 2019
The star of Mr Robot and ER is releasing a new CD called FOR ALL WE KNOW and brings her grown up, adult, sophisticated, swinging, sexy night of intimate vocals and guitar to 54 Below with FROM BALLADS TO BOSS
Cat Country 96 Jingle Jam Announces Lineup, Featuring Rodney Atkins, Filmore, Tenille Townes, & More!
by TV News Desk - Oct 21, 2019
Cat Country 96 presents the 2019 Jingle Jam at the historic State Theatre. It's an intimate evening of acoustic music with some of Nashville's hottest stars! The concert benefits the FREDDY© Awards program and takes place on Wednesday, November 20, 2019!
by TV News Desk - Oct 21, 2019
HBO Max cordially invites you into the opulent, over-the-top world of the Ho family with a series order for a new docu-series from Lionsgate TV, The Ho's (working title). The inaugural season of this comedic, full-hearted doc style series in the spirit of Crazy Rich Asians will include 8 thirty-minute episodes.
by Bruce Apar - Oct 17, 2019
Things are messy for our fine, fettered friends in Sender, a reminder that, even for the most grounded among us, life is messy by default, whether or not it's not our fault.
BWW Review: FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE PARODY MUSICAL Slays at All Puppet Players (WARNING: Explicit Language)
by Seth Tucker - Oct 14, 2019
FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE PARODY MUSICAL Slays at All Puppet Players. Guttural, laugh out loud, wipe the tears away kind of funny with jokes as fast, furious, and perfectly obnoxious as a jackhammer. Warning: Explicit Language.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Oct 12, 2019
One of the things drama does so well is to make us think and feel about the vectors a society is following. And one of the things happening in our society that drama needs to address is our headlong rush into technology with a personality verging on personhood. Proxy is a thoughtful and perceptive consideration of that rush.
BWW Interview: John Tesh Opens Up About Criminal Behavior, Fast Breaks, and His SONGS & STORIES FROM THE GRAND PIANO Tour at the Harris Center
by Courtney Symes - Oct 11, 2019
Dynamic is the word that comes to mind when speaking with John Tesh. His passion for his life, family, and career come across clearly in his instantly recognizable made-for-performing voice. Tesh was a staple in the 1980s on the popular television show, a?oeEntertainment Tonight.a?? Sports fans know him from broadcasting the Tour de France, Olympics, and other events. Still others follow his musical career, which boasts wins for six Emmys, two Grammy nominations, and three gold records. Tesh is bringing his unique performance to the Harris Center on December 5 with his a?oeSongs & Stories from the Grand Pianoa?? tour which, based on reviews, promises to be a night to remember. Broadway World spoke to him about his upcoming show, his cancer battle, and much more!
by Cary Ginell - Oct 1, 2019
Broadway star Adam Pascal (the original Roger Davis in 'Rent') comes to Thousand Oaks to play flim-flam man Harold Hill in 5-Star Theatrical's new production of 'The Music Man,' which opens Oct. 18 at the Fred Kavli Theatre. Cary Ginell interviews Pascal about his approach to the show, which he has never seen on stage and has only seen Robert Preston's iconic film version once.
Chef Spotlight: Orly Gottesman of MODERN BREAD AND BAGEL and ARBA Gluten-Free Restaurant on the Upper West Side
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 7, 2019
Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Orly Gottesman about Modern Bread and Bagel and her gluten-free restaurant Arba, on the Upper West Side for our 'Chef Spotlight.'
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
In an original musical premiering Friday, Nov. 22 at the Players Ring in Portsmouth, actors Joel King of Nashua and Aly Aramento of Londonderry, who are both 21 and a real-life couple, play the roles of Dan and Grace, recently married college sweethearts who are about the same age as the actors.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
With a Little Help... It's John Belushi, an award-winning, multimedia production directed by Levy Lee Simon ('For the Love of Freedom,' 'Bow-Wow Club'), and stars Jack Zullo ('Bell Canyon,' 'Epic Rap Battles of History'), the show's book writer and producer makes its Off-Broadway debut at Theatre 80 from December 5-22. The show takes the audience on an epic journey of John's 12-year rise to entertainment icon status complete with live music, videos, and heartfelt Belushi-inspired sweat. A percentage of the show's proceeds will benefit Gilda's Club and The Comedians Assistance Fund.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2019
Imagine if JK Rowling announced tomorrow that she was going to tour a one-woman show of Harry Potter in which she would play all the characters. I'm sure it would sell out in minutes, but would it be any good? That is exactly what Charles Dickens did in the 1850s and 60s with A Christmas Carol and he was a total sensation.
by TV News Desk - Nov 5, 2019
Brooklyn punk band steve. will be releasing their new album, You Can Do This Too, this Friday, November 8th, via I Surrender Records. They will host a record release party at Bushwick Public House with Answering Machine, Hard Pass, and Warren S. Britt. More details can be found here.
by Cindy Marcolina - Nov 28, 2019
Ronan Raftery plays chess world champion Boris Spassky in Ravens: Spassky vs Fischera??a??a??a??a??a??a??, beginning this week at Hampstead Theatre. The Cold War is taken to the chess board as Boris Spassky and Bobby Fischer prepare for battle. Raftery told us what we should expect from this game of epic proportions.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Nov 27, 2019
Among the new writing and nurturing of talent during a season at Richmond's Orange Tree Theatre, there is always a revival of a more classic piece. Artistic Director Paul Miller has an historical weakness for Bernard Shaw, with a new version of Candida being the fourth Shaw play he has directed at the theatre since 2014.
by Review Roundups - Nov 26, 2019
Based on the novel by C. S. Lewis and directed by Sally Cookson, The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe is now playing at the Bridge Theatre running to 2 February 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2019
Director Deb Barry knew some people would raise an eyebrow when she set a?oeA Christmas Carola?? in Lowell, Mass. The Players' Ring had produced the Dickens holiday classic 24 times before and it was always set in London. But Lowell?a??a??
by Jenny Ell - Nov 23, 2019
Michael Jackson's music is perpetual; there is no denying the fact. Despite all of the controversy surrounding his life, even since his untimely passing in 2009, his songs have remained the constant. Thriller Live! is a stage concert celebration of Jackson's back catalogue, which has been performed across the globe since 2006.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Nov 20, 2019
Mary Shelley's literary masterpiece, Frankenstein, is a cautionary tale of the consequences when a man decides to play God. Victor Frankenstein, a gifted young scientist, aims to create the perfect human specimen. When his creation goes wrong, Frankenstein bitterly rejects the monster he has created, who then seeks furious and murderous revenge.
by Isabella Perrone - Nov 2, 2019
In this revival of Opera Atelier's 2011 DON GIOVANNI, questions of morality combat comedy in perfect harmony. Under director Marshall Pynkoski, this retelling of the tale of the Don examines his lifestyle as a full-time seducer and contrasts it against the ideals of the women he's loved and left (and their men).
by Seth Tucker - Nov 16, 2019
BWW Review: AMERICAN PSYCHO is Killer Fun at Stray Cat Theatre Stray Cat's name has become synonymous with high quality productions and American Psychos is a bloody, glistening example of why.
by TV News Desk - Nov 1, 2019
British singer Jordan Mackampa is inspired by his Congolese roots and mother's love of the great soul singers like Marvin Gaye, Bill Withers and Curtis Mayfield. He combines a timeless vocal with catchy melodies and heartfelt lyrics to create an exciting hybrid of alternative pop and soul which will enchant and uplift in equal measure. Mackampa is currently on his first North American tour supporting Amber Run (see dates below) and has been confirmed to perform during SXSW 2020. Today, he also announces his debut full length album Foreigner, out March 13, 2020 and shared new single “Parachutes,” produced by Dani Castelar (Paolo Nutini). The song is another stunning exploration of his soul and pop-fueled songwriting, with expansive highs and tender lows that canvas the breadth of human emotion.
by TV News Desk - Dec 5, 2019
“FADES AWAY', the last track on AVICII: TIM, Tim Bergling's posthumous album, came out of sessions with Tim, Carl Falk, Joe Janiak and Joakim Berg, the lead vocalist/writer for one of Sweden's most successful rock band's KENT. The original track featured Noonie Bao, but is being performed today in Stockholm at the Avicii Tribute Concert for Mental Health Awareness featuring MishCatt. A newly record version with MishCatt is available starting today HERE.
by Beth Leitman - Dec 3, 2019
Adobe theatre's An Adobe Christmas Carol brings the spirit of the holidays to Albuquerque. With a small cast of only 13 playing multiple roles, the heartfelt production kicked off the season starting on November 22nd. The play, which is adapted and directed by Pete Parkin, takes the classic tale of Charles Dicken's A Christmas Carol and modernizes it many ways, giving the production even more depth. In the play, a group of homeless people break into an abandoned theater on Christmas Eve in order to find shelter from the cold. While they are getting settled in the theatre and looking for food or blankets and costumes for warmth, they come across a copy of A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. Rather than using the book as kindling for a fire, the group decide to perform the classic tale and act it out in order to distract themselves from the cold, using what props and costumes they find in the abandoned theatre.