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by TV News Desk - Jan 31, 2020
Sydney's The Goods returns with a brand new single from their forthcoming album 'II.' 'Voodoo' features the Goods unmistakable sound - a crisp drum break, deep spacey synths and vocalist Black Tree's honey dipped vocals make for a future funk classic. The new album drops on April 27th. 
by Jade Kops - Jan 31, 2020
FAMILY VALUES sees the woke women of the Collins family take control as power shifts from the middle class white male run world which has set up so much of the inequality and injustice of modern Australian bureaucracy. 
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2020
Kansas City Ballet Artistic Director Devon Carney today announced the company's 2020-2021 season, which opens with Michael Pink's mesmerizing Dracula, continues with Devon Carney's world premiere choreography for the romantic and comedic Cinderella, and closes with George Balanchine's three-part masterpiece, Jewels. The season also includes the annual and always highly anticipated return of The Nutcracker and the intimately intense dance experience known as New Moves.
by TV News Desk - Jan 31, 2020
Today, Swedish artist / producer STRØM has debuted a brand new single titled 'Mermaid.'
by Michael Dale - Jan 30, 2020
Nowadays there appears to be an increasing awareness in the theatre about presenting women characters through the aesthetic of male playwrights and directors, much of it involving the movie term 'male gaze' which was coined by Laura Mulvey in the 70s to describe the disproportionately sexualized manner in which women were presented in film.  From that context, it's possible to conclude that this is what playwright/actor Charles Busch has been commenting on all along.
by TV News Desk - 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 Maria Nockin - Jan 29, 2020
At the University of Arizona's Centennial Hall. on January 28, 2020, the Tucson Desert Song Festival presented Thomas Hampson, baritone, with Lara Downes, piano, and the Beyond Liberty Players: Stephen Buck, synthesizer; Judy Kang, violin; Jesus Morales, cello; and Alex Laing, clarinet; The show libretto was based on an original work by Royce Vavrek which first appeared in a Francesca Zambello production at the 2018 Glimmerglass Festival in upstate New York
by TV News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
Acclaimed blues-rock guitarist Mike Zito embarks on his 'Rock N' Roll World Tour 2020' (named for his recently-released Ruf Records album) with a local performance as the Mike Zito & Friends: A Tribute To Chuck Berry at Delmar Hall, 6133 Delmar Blvd., Saturday, February 8. Showtime: 8:00pm. Tickets: $25. Info: (314) 726-6161 or visit https://www.delmarhall.com. Joining Zito for this show onstage: Walter Trout, Eric Gales, Robben Ford, Joanna Connor, and Charles Berry III, all who performed on Zito's Chuck Berry Tribute album.
by Chris Struck - Jan 29, 2020
The New York Pops' performance at Carnegie Hall was just an overwhelmingly beautiful way to experience the music of theater (and I imagine if they did a John Williams score too it would feel similar.) Having seen most of these tunes played with just a piano and sometimes with a few more instruments, this full orchestra with guest choir of at least 60 was like peering into the original imagination of Rodgers and Hammerstein...
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
After sold out performances in 2016, The Younes and Soraya Nazarian Center for the Performing Arts is proud to welcome back the international percussion sensation, STOMP, for three performances on Saturday, February 15 at 3:00pm and 8:00pm and Sunday, February 16 at 3:00pm.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
To deliver clear, intelligible sound for the celebration of the 20th anniversary of Macao's return to China, AV integrator Macao Chi Fu Lighting & Audio Technology Co., Ltd. recently equipped the Macao East Asian Games Dome with a state-of-the-art JBL Professional by HARMAN audio system.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2020
A distant heir to a family fortune, Monty sets out to speed up the line of succession by using a great deal of charm... and a dash of murdera?? while falling in love! Non-stop laughs will see the doomed heirs meet their end in the most creative and side-splitting ways.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 28, 2020
Joseph Mastrella is the Executive Chef/Partner at Luciano's Ristorante in Rahway, New Jersey. We had the pleasure of interviewing him for our 'Chef Spotlight.'
by Steve Callahan - Jan 28, 2020
Winter Opera St. Louis continues its 13th season with a most charming production of Gaetano Donizetti's comic La fille du regiment (The Daughter of the Regiment).
by Zac Thriffiley - Jan 25, 2020
This mix of Dallas's finest with New York legends makes for a stunning evening that should remind the city of just how lucky it is to have a world-class orchestra in the center of the arts district.
by Adrienne Proctor - Jan 25, 2020
Lyric Theatre's THE CAT IN THE HAT is a charming, engaging play that brings all the whimsy of Dr. Seuss to life on stage.
by Ronn Burton - Jan 24, 2020
The tour of MISS SAIGON is a heartbreaking, epic, sensational production of a problematic show. Restaging MISS SAIGON in 2020 feels more unsteady than it might have 30 years ago. All in all, MISS SAIGON brings devastating, gritty realism to some problematic events. While the show's writing may feel dated at times, the production values and performances are first class, and I'm grateful to OKC Broadway for bringing in these tours of the highest caliber.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2020
The Chinese New Year begins in just a few days and 2020 marks the Year of the Rat. To celebrate, Leon & Lulu in Clawson, MI will host a dinner event from 5:15-9:00 p.m. Tuesday, February 4.
by TV News Desk - Jan 22, 2020
Eclectic alternative rock artist BRAY & THE DENS proudly announce the release of the band's fourth studio album, Stingray, on March 20.
by Jonathan Marshall - Jan 21, 2020
The iconic Riverside Studios return to a brand new building after a five year redevelopment project. West London will benefit from multiple performance, rehearsal and broadcast spaces in the shadow of Hammersmith Bridge. The new building also boasts two cinemas with films selected by renowned curator Jason Wood, who promises a mix of first run films alongside the best in independent film.
by Jared Reynolds - Jan 20, 2020
While you may not need a proscenium stage, proper stage rigging, and high end equipment, performing in a space not intended for theater certainly introduces some challenges. Director Michael Ricciardone gathered a team of designers to overcome the limitations of a non-traditional venue. When a talented cast meets a dedicated crew, it doesn't matter what kind of building you perform in, as long as everyone puts in their heart and soul; and you could feel that passion in Getup Stage Company's production of Heathers at Trinity-On-Main.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2020
Brooklyn-based retrowave producer DJ Ten has released his new EP We Dream Aloud via TenStars. The producer composed and mixed the EP himself with Tonebox, previous associations include DEADLIFE, stepping forward as the master engineer. DJ Ten is also the man behind the tastemaker Youtube Channel, New Retro Wave with nearly 1 million Youtube subscribers. His own work has received over 4.1 million views across streaming platforms while a track from his Retrological 2.0 album was featured in the movie 'The Demolisher'. The EP features collaborations with several noteworthy artists including Jessie Frye, By An Ion and Lost Nights. DJ Ten has previously collaborated with synthwave producer, Trevor Something on two highly successful singles, 'The Inner Voice' and 'Viral Lust'.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2020
The Dio - Dining & Entertainment, Livingston County's professional, award winning dinner theatre, will launch their 2020 season with the Sam Bobrick play, It's Only Murder, a comedic mystery (with a number of immature moments). The production will be directed by Dio Artistic Director, Steve DeBruyne.
by Carolan Trbovich - Jan 16, 2020
Who isn't infatuated with trains - such a unique and even elegant way to travel. Although these coaches aren't leaving from Platform 9 ¾ for Hogwarts and your fellow passengers won't be Harry Potter and his curious classmates, the ride will be just as thrilling, if not more so. You'll be joining the infamous Belgian detective Hercule Poirot and a host of very cleverly enigmatic travelers aboard a train filled with mystery and a touch of mayhem. You may have taken this ride before but not quite like this. Asolo Repertory starts its winter season on the fast track with Agatha Christie's MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS, featuring a new off the rails adaptation by two-time Tony Award-winner Ken Ludwig and pushing full steam ahead with direction by Asolo Rep Associate Artist Peter Amster.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jan 16, 2020
TJ and Max are breaking up. They've been together since their polyamory club back at uni and they've navigated the gap between their relationship and his Jewish family, but it's not working anymore. After a sold-out and critically acclaimed run in Edinburgh this past August, Jew...ish has made its triumphant way down to London filled to brim with delectable cultural jabs and explosive humour.
by Marianka Swain - Jan 16, 2020
Much of the conversation around the incoming of the revamped Les Misérables production to the West End has revolved around the revolve a?' or lack thereof. But this slicker touring version (first seen in 2009, for the 25th anniversary) is a beautiful fit for Cameron Mackintosh's marvellously refurbished Sondheim Theatre, and the show's indelible score and stirring human drama are, if anything, showcased more strongly than ever.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2020
Birdland Jazz Club and Birdland Theater are pleased to present the schedule for the month of February! At Birdland Jazz Club, catch the iconic Lionel Hampton Big Band Featuring Jason Marsalis, current GRAMMY nominee Catherine Russell, the Birdland debut of AGUAS Trio with Omar Sosa, Yilian Cañizares and Gustavo Ovalles, and iconic vocalist Jane Monheit. Internationally recognized trumpeter Rachel Therrien, the Seth Weaver Big Band, and The Voice contestant Melinda Rose Rodriguez will also be performing upstairs. 
by TV Scoop - Jan 14, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of FRESH OFF THE BOAT, airing on ABC on Friday, January 24, 2020!
by TV Scoop - Jan 14, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of FRESH OFF THE BOAT, airing on ABC on Friday, January 31, 2020!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 13, 2020
In the war between Boomers and Millennials where does that leave a Gen X Vegetarian Librarian? Conducting a funeral among the shelves of her beloved books on a most unusual Tuesdaya??. One of the break-out hits of the 2019 Adelaide Fringe, Tracy Crisp is back with An Evening with the Vegetarian Librarian.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2020
Loft Ensemble in North Hollywood presents the fourth production of its eighth season, the world premiere of The Little Match Girl by Elizabeth Suzanne. Under the direction of Tor Brown, the cast will feature (in alphabetical order) Ben Anderson, Lemon Baardsen, Ella Grace Bergeron, Thatcher Boyd, Paul Brodo, Britt Crisp, Raymond Donahey, Emma Gini, Barbera Ann Howard, Matthew Monaco, Ignacio Navarro, Ben Shuman, Maysa Sweeten, and Jessica Wells. Opening is set for Saturday, January 11, at 8pm and the engagement will continue through Sunday, February 16 only.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2020
Some of the hardest working people on Broadway don't get enough credit. Their names aren't above the title- in fact, you've probably never heard their names at all. They don't win Tony Awards for their diligence, nor do fans storm the stage door for their autographs. And yet, the upkeep of an entire Broadway production often sits in their capable hands.
by TV News Desk - Jan 10, 2020
Eclectic alternative rock artist BRAY & THE DENS proudly announce the release of the band's fourth studio album, Stingray, on March 20. Prior to the Stingray's street date, Bray will also release the latest Bray & the Dens video “Enemy Lines” on January 17. After the “Enemy Lines” video is released, Bray will follow it up with the first single and video from Stingray called “Be Your Own Surgeon,” due out in mid-February prior to the full album's release. According to Bray, “The title says it all at this point. I don't want to give too much away about the video yet, but it will definitely be a kick!”
by BWW News Desk - Feb 9, 2020
The Latin American Cinemateca of Los Angeles (LACLA) presents a special screening of the renowned Mexican film En la palma de tu mano (In the palm of your hand) on Sunday, February 23 at the Downtown Independent in Los Angeles, CA. Directed by Roberto Gavaldón and starring Arturo de Córdova, the 1951 film is considered by many critics to be one of the best movies of the Golden Age of Mexican cinema.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2020
See what's coming up at the Grand Rapids Symphony! Schedule below!
by Review Roundups - Feb 5, 2020
The North American tour of Phantom of the Opera has made its way across the country with stops in Dallas, Cleveland, Denver and more!
by TV Scoop - Feb 4, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on the Series Finale of FRESH OFF THE BOAT, airing on ABC on Friday, February 21, 2020!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 3, 2020
With the special fundraising performance of Mark Farrelly's The Silence of Snow: The Life of Patrick Hamilton now sold out at Greenwich Theatre on 21 February, the venue have announced an extra performance on 20 February - but with the studio capacity strictly limited they are already forecasting a second sell-out.
by Dan and Julie Izzo - Feb 3, 2020
If you've got a 'whole lot of love' for rock music or if you are 'reelin' in the years' for that 70's sound, you will want to check out HITMAKERS: ORIGINS OF CLASSIC ROCK at JCC's Centerstage now until February 16th. Previous iterations of the Hitmakers series focused on the individual writers and performers who ushered in the age of rock and roll. This time they zero in on the bands that pioneered rock with a capital R!
by Mike Noland - Feb 25, 2020
The hit Broadway musical Waitress bursts onto the stage at Robinson Performance Hall in Little Rock before a packed house. The enthusiastic crowd was eating it up like it was one of Jenna's delicious pies. This cast was as sharp and crisp as the cold night air. They took you from big laughs to knock-out songs without skipping a beat. And oh those beats are tremendous. The ingredients of this magical piece was a perfectly seasoned score, a bouncy and delectable book with a cast that put it together like a master bakers.
by Keith Waits - Feb 24, 2020
Song Of Capitulation
by Brett Cullum - Feb 21, 2020
Every generation seems to have their Florence Ballard - ultra talented singers who get tossed aside because they don't fit a look or a concept of what a record label wants in its catalog.
by Jacob Ruscoe - Feb 21, 2020
Spring is in the air which means the start of baseball season. Baseball is my all-time favorite sport. While many say it is boring, there is such a passion and purity to the American Pastime that its enjoyment and place in our culture cannot be ignored. So, when you take my favorite sport and combine it with my love of theatre, well there is the show I want to see. a?oeDamn Yankeesa?? at Manatee Performing Arts Center opened Thursday night and is sure to have that rare breed who love both sports and theatre in a?oeHeaven.
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 2, 2020
After an acclaimed debut in Edinburgh last summer, Nathaniel Hall is bringing his autobiographical one-man show First Time to VAULT Festival before heading off on tour to tell his story of shame and acceptance.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2020
With the arc of an arm, the point of a toe or the twist of a torso, America's Got Talent finalists CATAPULT Entertainment stretch their bodies and audiences' imaginations in Magic Shadows. Animated by the dancers' shadows, this choreographic work uses a kaleidoscope of colorful storytelling to create beautiful, cinematic scenes. Watch Magic Shadows take shape at New Victory Theater from April 3 - 19, 2020.
by TV News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
Eclectic alternative rock artists Bray & the Dens are proud to announce the upcoming release of “Be Your Own Surgeon” on February 28. This is the first single and video from the band's upcoming full album Stingray, due out on March 20. Stingray is Bray & the Dens' fourth studio album.
by TV News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
Today, the UK-based quartet Penelope Isles have released the video for “Underwater Record Store,” the fourth and final video to be released from the band's breathtaking debut album Until The Tide Creeps In, out now via Bella Union. Led by brother and sister Jack and Lily Wolter, the band are about to embark on a North American tour, supporting Wallows. Full list of dates below. Additionally, Penelope Isles have launched Penny Isles TV, a new way for fans to keep up to date with the band while they are on the road. Watch episode 6 HERE.
by Patrick Rybarczyk - Feb 11, 2020
Classic plays provide us a snapshot of the time period in which they were written. They can show us how far we may or may not have progressed as a society. Henrik Ibsen's 'A Doll's House' is one such classic. Now in production at Raven Theatre, this new take offers up a sharp, refreshing look. Raven Artistic Director Cody Estle remarks in a program note that what is addressed in 'A Doll's House' 'remain issues in our own time.'
by Jay Irwin - Feb 1, 2020
As a white man I can recognize the privilege that has been afforded me throughout my life. That's not to say I didn't work hard for what I've achieved, nor to say I haven't had hard times, but that underlying privilege has always been there. But is recognizing your privilege enough? How far do you go to counteract it? Do you accept it when it's presented? Do you resent it when it works against you? These heady questions are at the center the Joshua Harmon's comedy a?oeAdmissionsa??, currently playing at Seattle Public Theater. You read that right, comedy. Just like his previous hit a?oeBad Jewsa??, Harmon manages to tackle some hot button topics and spin them so you might not notice you're thinking about them since you're laughing so hard.