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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 6, 2018
The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry Presents Women in Puppetry: Identity, Gender, and Performance with Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Clare Dolan, and Dey Hernandez Vazquez
by Julie Musbach - Sep 5, 2018
For its 2018 Fall Puppet Forum Series, the Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry at the University of Connecticut will host three free scintillating discussions with puppeteers and artists on Thursday evenings at 7 p.m. in Sept. through Dec. at in the Ballard Institute Theater, located at 1 Royce Circle in Downtown Storrs.These forums will illuminate new perspectives on the creation, history, aesthetics, and performance of puppetry today.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 5, 2018
For the first time in his 20+ year career as one of music's most in demand drummers, Fred Eltringham, steps away from the kit and up to the mic with his basement band, The Get You, and their debut album, Take Cover (The Noise Company). The Get You reimagines pre-existing songs with an edgy, lo-fi swagger. Eltringham curates the song selections by focusing on deep cuts over big hits, giving us an alternative appreciation of some of music's greatest writers. Basically, without even trying, Eltringham has created the coolest cover band ever.
by Tori Hartshorn - Sep 4, 2018
Jon Spencer is back! Often imitated, never duplicated, the original NYC underground-rock legend returns from the wilderness and is back in the UK with The Melvins this October and has now also announced a run of headline appearances to follow in November.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 3, 2019
Gary Naylor sees his last show at this season's Grimeborn, an Italian opera based on the original sources of Romeo and Juliet sung with tremendous panache.
by Tori Hartshorn - Sep 25, 2018
As rock phenoms go, Sarah Borges has never been easy to pin down. Since bursting onto the national scene in 2005 as the lead singer of the Broken Singles, she hasn't allowed a speck of dust to settle on her sound or her story. Instead, the Massachusetts native has just kept on moving and shaking.
by Paula Makar - Sep 22, 2021
Oh, those summer nights! What a treat to sit under the stars on a cool evening and watch Grease! I felt like I was at a drive-in. The folks behind me were singing along to every song, and I was tempted to as well! It was such a feel-good production.
by Tori Hartshorn - Sep 21, 2018
Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike turned plenty of heads in June when they dropped the long-awaited collaboration with Hip-hop galáctico Wiz Khalifa 'When I Grow Up', and now fans can experience the excitement all over again with 5 new versions of one of the tracks of 2018 from the Belgian brothers. Smash The House once again showcase their diversity and progressive thinking, drafting in remixers from all angles and ensuring all styles are catered for.  
by Tori Hartshorn - Sep 21, 2018
After a decade of showcasing both local New York talent and world-renowned dance music acts, Brooklyn Electronic Music Festival (BEMF) makes its triumphant return October 3-6 2018 for its milestone 10th edition. Touching down for four nights across some of Brooklyn's finest venues, the festival is pleased to announce its full lineup as well as welcoming Nina Kraviz, Motor City Drum Ensemble, Mount Kimbie, DJ Hell, Breakbot and more top electronic artists from the borough and around the world.
by Tori Hartshorn - Sep 17, 2018
Jon Spencer is back! Often imitated, never duplicated, the original NYC underground-rock legend returns from the wilderness and is back in the UK with The Melvins this October and has now also announced a run of headline appearances to follow in November.
by Michael Major - Sep 16, 2021
Like Dreamer Boy’s best work, “KEEP THE PACE” is unpredictable and uncompromising—it does everything its all-caps title promises and more. As razor-sharp guitar slices through a haze of effects, Taylor sings a line everyone can relate to in the internet age.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2018
The Ballard Institute and Museum of Puppetry Presents Women in Puppetry: Identity, Gender, and Performance with Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Clare Dolan, and Dey Hernandez Vazquez
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2018
Following the critically acclaimed release of 'Lost West End Vintage' (highlighted in The Sunday Times as an 'Essential New Release') and 'Lost West End Vintage 2', Stage Door Records are pleased to continue the album series with 'Lost West End Revues' to be released on November 30th 2018.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 15, 2019
Chicago Children's Theatre invites families to celebrate the holidays at the company's ever-popular, seasonal smash hit, The Beatrix Potter Holiday Tea Party.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 4, 2019
Hunting is barely recognizable as the same band that released a debut album five years ago: it's gone from a solo project to a trio, from folk to catchy electro-rock, and from wistful melancholy to buoyant exuberance. All this can be heard on the group's sophomore album, Whatever You Need.
by Tori Hartshorn - Nov 28, 2018
In partnership with Touch and Go Records, Third Man Records is re-issuing the full discography of punishing Michigan hardcore punk blues band Laughing Hyenas for the first time in over 25 years. The first two of these reissues, Merry-Go-Round and You Can't Pray A Lie, were released in February of this year. The second installment, which includes Life Of Crime, Hard Times/Crawldouble LP, and a 'bootleg' covers 7', arrive next Friday, December 7th. All of the Laughing Hyenas reissues can be pre-ordered HERE.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2018
Set to open at the Atrium in Rancho Mirage on January 23 and run through February 17, 2019, White is a funny, 90-minute play that draws on both life and art to examine issues of racism, sexism, gender and identity - a perfect fit for CVRep's 2018/19 seasonal theme of 'a handful of isms.'
by Tori Hartshorn - Nov 2, 2018
Across four bass-centric bangers, Bear Grillz proves why he's the wildest animal in the park on his Dim Mak EP TOO LOUD. Opening with 'INVINCIBLE,' the Colorado producer stands tall and fearless, powering up before the powerful melodic vocal drops. Immediately following, Bear Grillz cranks the volume to extreme frequencies on the neck-breaking title track. Notorious content creator Blake Webber joins him on the aerial-themed 'TAKE OFF,' which sees him release an unrelinquishing blitz of bass into the wild. Before heading back into hibernation, Bear Grillz leaves listeners with a touch of melody on the trap-flavored 'DIP IT.'
by Gary Naylor - Nov 11, 2018
Brass brings the Great War's generation to life in a way that educates and entertains - real people emerging from the seemingly endless roll call of The Fallen.
by A.A. Cristi - May 9, 2018
Chicago Children's Theatre (chicagochildrenstheatre.org), the largest professional theater company devoted exclusively to families in Chicago, has announced its 2018-19 season.
by Julie Musbach - May 3, 2018
Pivot Arts is pleased to present the 6th annual PIVOT ARTS FESTIVAL, a celebration of contemporary performances and multi-disciplinary works presented throughout Chicago's Uptown and Edgewater neighborhoods from June 1 - June 10, 2018.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 8, 2018
Pivot Arts is pleased to announce the 6th annual PIVOT ARTS FESTIVAL, a celebration of innovative performances and multi-disciplinary works presented throughout Chicago's Uptown and Edgewater neighborhoods from June 1 - June 10, 2018. Tickets, ranging from free to $35, go on sale Tuesday, April 3, 2018 at www.pivotarts.org/festival.
by Abigail Charpentier - Mar 2, 2020
Today, LA's Moaning have released 'Make It Stop,' the latest single from their anticipated sophomore album, Uneasy Laughter. Paste Magazine, who premiered the song and profiled the band today, is calling it 'a return to the partly raucous, partly precise guitars of their first album. Lyrically, however, it's a dramatic turn from their dejected self-titled-it almost comes off as an inner monologue between lead singer Sean Solomon's past self and newly improved self.' Uneasy Laughter is available for pre-orderand due March 20th via Sub Pop.
by Robert Diamond - Mar 17, 2018
With 17 years in the music industry as a highly successful recording artist, celebrated performer, and EDM influencer, Andrew Moore, AKA "KRYOMAN" is embarking upon a new and exciting endeavor. In conjunction with the highly anticipated release of his new track, "Namaste" featuring Grady Lee on March 19th, Moore will launch his new venture, WOKE Recordings. Beyond the traditional confines of a record label, The Woke Collective is a platform for female artists to release music and get free, unbiased support, from pioneers in the industry.
by Robert Diamond - Mar 14, 2018
The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame is getting ready to shine in the spotlight when its induction ceremony returns to Cleveland next month. Adding to the Rock Week excitement, the new Hall of Fame, an entire floor celebrating Inductees, opens April 7 during Celebration Day at the Museum with free admission. It cranks up the fan engagement and gives Rock Hall visitors a chance to voice their choice for who should be in the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame. The new experiences cap off the latest phase of the Rock Hall's multi-year, multi-million-dollar transformation, which included the opening of the Power of Rock Experience in the Connor Theatre this past summer.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 13, 2019
 It turns out Jimmy Fallon's viral smash 'Wheel of Musical Impressions' was only the beginning. Drawing inspiration from the wildly popular, celebrity-fueled musical segments made famous on 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon,' NBC has hit play on a 10-episode order for the new unscripted series 'That's My Jam.' 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 12, 2021
This extraordinary sonic voyage features the vivid storytelling, evocative harmonic fabric, and unique fusion of electronic and organic instruments that have made the name Shpongle synonymous with cutting-edge electronica, pushing the limits of musical creativity even beyond barriers already broken by this legendary project.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on Food Network This March!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 5, 2020
Wasting no time in following up their recent smash collaborations 'Clap Your Hands' with W&W and Fedde Le Grand and 'Raver Dome' as 3 Are Legend alongside Steve Aoki, Justin Prime & Sandro Silva, the latest team up sees the Belgian brothers unite with psytrance heavyweights Vini Vici for 'Get In Trouble (So What)'.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 19, 2019
Chicago Children's Theatre will take its acclaimed production A Snowy Day with Beatrix Potter to China this summer, presenting a popular quartet of Beatrix Potter trunk-and-puppet tales as part of the 9th China Children's Theatre Festival, July 6 to August 11.
by Roger Martin - Jul 24, 2019
An evil doer has knocked off sales king author Arthur Whitney. His invisible body is lying down stage center. In a pool of blood. Caused by a bullet. Fired by? A reader? A family member? Maybe a critic?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 22, 2020
BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that jazz icon and actor Annie Ross has passed away at age 89.
by Kay Kudukis - Jan 9, 2019
James iJames play WHITE at CV Rep JANUARY 23 - FEBRUARY 17, 2019
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 29, 2020
The four years since dropping his debut album has been a bit of a rocket ride for award-winning R&B-jazz guitarist Adam Hawley. Six of his seven singles have gone to No. 1 nationally and he deftly avoided the sophomore slump when his second outing further established the artist as a centerstage solo artist. The stage is now being set for the February 28th arrival of “Escape,” his third album and first for his new record label, MBF Entertainment. Hawley produced and wrote eight of the record's ten tunes featuring collaborations with a constellation of smooth/contemporary jazz luminaries including Rick Braun, Najee, Michael Lington, Jeff Ryan, Marcus Anderson and Greg Manning.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 25, 2019
Set to open at the Atrium in Rancho Mirage on January 23 and run through February 17, 2019, White is a funny, 90-minute play that draws on both life and art to examine issues of racism, sexism, gender and identity - a perfect fit for CVRep's 2018/19 seasonal theme of 'a handful of isms.'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2019
Set to open at the Atrium in Rancho Mirage on January 23 and run through February 17, 2019, White is a funny, 90-minute play that draws on both life and art to examine issues of racism, sexism, gender and identity - a perfect fit for CVRep's 2018/19 seasonal theme of 'a handful of isms.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 22, 2020
Vevo announces the release of Dustin Lynch's live performances of 'Ridin' Roads' and 'Good Girl.' Country music singer and songwriter Dustin Lynch was born and raised in Tullahoma, Tennessee, and grew up influenced by what he calls 'the class of '89,' Alan Jackson, Garth Brooks, and Clint Black, all of whom had their first national success in 1989. Lynch moved to Nashville to attend college and to be closer to country music's epicenter in 2003, renting an apartment behind Nashville's Bluebird Café, famous as a testing and proving ground for young songwriters.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 19, 2020
Joe's Pub ends this week on a more chill note with Gary Lucas; Justin Vivian Bond's new show inspired by a Marianne Faithfull song; charismatic performer Susan Werner; country stars Bobby Pinson and RaeLynn as part of the Bob DiPiero Songwriters Series; and swinging, electrifying music, featuring Bernard Purdie along with entertaining stories retold by David Haney. Next week, the volume cranks up with Ryan Raftery's latest hilarious satire IVANKA 2020; the annual celebration of the intersection art and mental health Love is EleMental; Joe's Pub Working Group 2020 member Salty Brine continues their dazzling exploration of pop music with Living Record Collection - THESE ARE THE CONTENTS OF MY HEAD: The Annie Lennox Show; the third in a five-part concert series exploring Shakespeare's women, black female ambition, and music, Whitney White: Think, And Die; the Joe's Pub performance of the tour of MICHA Música In Transit; a concert from multi-award-winning platinum-selling musician Sarah Harmer with opener Chris Pureka; the fascinating coming of age story of a young woman growing up in New York City with Kelli Sae: Disco, Dicks And Dykes!; and BlackIssuesISSUES, an event that is as much a serenade and celebration of Blackness as it is an indictment of a system and society that is so toxic, it renders Blackness a burden.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 18, 2020
The South Orange Performing Arts Center brings Willie Nile, the hard-edged rocker that drives a song like a runaway train, to its stage on February 29 at 8 p.m.  The New York Times has called Willie Nile a?oeone of the most gifted Singer-Songwriters to emerge from the New York scene in years.a?? His album Streets Of New York was hailed as a?oea platter for the agesa?? by UNCUT magazine, and fans delight in his total commitment to Rock 'n Roll.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 12, 2021
This extraordinary sonic voyage features the vivid storytelling, evocative harmonic fabric, and unique fusion of electronic and organic instruments that have made the name Shpongle synonymous with cutting-edge electronica, pushing the limits of musical creativity even beyond barriers already broken by this legendary project.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 12, 2020
Catch MOANING–who will release their new album on Sub Pop March 20, 2020—at the next Dr. Martens Music & Film Series concert in Los Angeles this Thursday, February 13 at the MOON ROOM (3000 Los Feliz Blvd) free with RSVP Here.​​​​​​​
by TV Scoop - Feb 1, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on Food Network This March!
by Michael Dale - Dec 3, 2018
From the moment the houselights dim and the music cranks up on The Cher Show, Broadway's newest bio-musical, the message is clear. Surrender to the fabulousness ahead and brace yourself for a show just as gutsy, glitzy and glam as the icon it ravishingly celebrates.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 5, 2019
Mark Kilmurry, Artistic Director, Ensemble Theatre today announced the 2020 Season which, says Kilmurry, will be a season of forty of Australia's most talented actors in eleven plays of firsts and lasts, classics and comedies including eight new works, seven brilliant comedies, three much-loved classics plus a collaboration for the first time with Sydney Festival.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 26, 2018
Tackling Theresa May, Melania Trump, and Nicola Sturgeon, plus more of the world's leading ladies, lip-sync sensation Ripley pushes the boundaries of drag, pop and politics.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 11, 2021
Chicago Children's Theatre, Chicago's largest professional theater company devoted exclusively to children and young families, will launch its 2021-2022 “Season of Resilience” this fall not with public performances, but in-school ROAR Residencies (Residencies of Arts and Resilience), developed with the Lurie Center for Childhood Resilience, to support kindergartners and first graders returning to school after a year of COVID.
by Pati Buehler - Apr 9, 2018
Michael Andrew returns after Pops 2015 sold out Sinatra Tribute.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2019
Chicago Children's Theatre, Chicago's largest professional theater company devoted exclusively to children and young families, winner of the 2019 National TYA Artistic Innovation Award, has announced its 2019-2020 season: the Chicago debut of The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show, the holiday season return of The Beatrix Potter Holiday Tea Party, the new "mom & tot" show Wake Up, Brother Bear!, a new Red Kite, Brown Box production for children on the autism spectrum, and the Chicago premiere of Me...Jane: The Dreams & Adventures of a Young Jane Goodall.