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Cherry Lane Theatre

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by BWW News Desk - Sep 4, 2019
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced its inaugural presentation of visual art to be featured at the REACH, the Center's 21st-century expansion project. Ten works in a rich diversity of media will be on display at the facility upon opening, including six pieces on loan from Glenstone Museum in Potomac, Maryland; sculptures by Joel Shapiro, Deborah Butterfield, and Roy Lichtenstein; and a wall hanging by Sam Gilliam. All works will be on view for the public beginning September 7, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2019
Artistic director Rupert Goold announces the Almeida Theatre's new season for spring 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2019
As construction work forges ahead for the new theatre in Brixton, Deborah Bestwick, Director of Ovalhouse for over 20 years, announces the next building block in the transition for the organisation. 
by BWW News Desk - Nov 6, 2019
David Williamson at his angry best in a new play set to open Griffin's 2020 Season. In 2020, Griffin Theatre Company will open the year with a new play from David Williamson, Family Values, a blackly comic drama examining Australia's inept response to the refugee crisis, directed by Lee Lewis and starring Andrew McFarlane.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2019
Mortal Coil is a poetry collection that grapples with the frailty of this conflicted life. It has a view of distinctly expressed issues of our times. Subjects of technology and personal interactions of humanity expose the underside of our troubled society, in the vision of the poet in his personal style.
by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2019
Transitions is a 122 page poetry book in paperback with a price of $10.99 with ISBN 1789421632. Published by Wordcatcher Publishing as part of their Wordcatcher Modern Poetry Series. The Kindle version is $4.99 Now available through all major retailers.
by Stage Tube - May 31, 2020
On this day in 2018, Mart Crowley's groundbreaking 1968 play, The Boys in the Band returned to Broadway, directed by Joe Mantello and produced by Ryan Murphy and David Stone, 
by BWW News Desk - May 31, 2019
Teamwork Arts, the producer of the iconic Jaipur Literature Festival, presents the sixth edition of ZEE JLF at the British Library as it returns to the UK between Friday 14 and Sunday 16 June 2019. This annual celebration of books, creativity, dialogue and diversity brings South Asia's unique multilingual literary heritage to life in the heart of London.
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2019
One the Bear (OTB) is a game-changing production for young people and audiences with radical hearts and curious minds. Pushing the boundaries of form, style and storytelling OTB shows at Arts Centre Melbourne's Fairfax Studio as part of the Big World, Up Close and Families Winter/Spring programs this 8 - 10 August. It's a neon saturated hyper-fairytale for the hip hop generation that seeks to decolonise via allegory and music.
by BWW News Desk - May 13, 2019
Over the past two years, Arts Centre Melbourne's Theatre & Contemporary Performance series Big World, Up Close has gripped audiences with powerhouse performances showcasing some of the most compelling new works from across the globe.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2019
The American Theatre Critics Association (ATCA) has selected six finalists for the Harold and Mimi Steinberg / American Theatre Critics Association 2019 New Play Award, recognizing playwrights for the best scripts that premiered professionally outside New York City during 2018.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 26, 2020
The most delicately exquisite moments are visible in those poems where the poet charged with emotions reveals lyrical intensity. The subtle power and intense imagination in these poems will certainly appeal to all readers.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2019
A young art dealer, Terry Crannick is suddenly swept into the world of the mega-rich. Overnight he becomes a player in avant-garde and posh galleries, as well as at auction houses. Terry's introduced to super-yachts and luxurious surroundings only imagined in his fantasies.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2019
Today, Olney Theatre Center Artistic Director Jason Loewith unveiled a lineup of 16 plays, concerts, and presentations coming in 2019-2020 as part of the company's 82nd season, including the highly-anticipated DC-area premiere of Miss You Like Hell by Quiara Alegria Hudes and Erin McKeown. Included are both classic and contemporary musicals, family fare for the holidays, Tony-winning dramas and work by some of the most innovative American playwrights.
by TV News Desk - Mar 15, 2019
The trumpeter and composer Samantha Boshnack isn't a geologist by trade, but she certainly thinks a lot about earthquakes and volcanoes. Over the past 15 years, while living in her adopted hometown of Seattle, Boshnack has hiked the environs of Washington's Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens with a kind of unnerved fascination. During her travels in places like Mexico and Indonesia, she's made a point to visit the storied volcanic sites. Throughout her journeys, a couple of questions have persisted: What causes these astounding landscapes and events, and how are they all connected? And how can these vistas be so unspeakably beautiful yet also harbor such a profound potential for catastrophe?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2019
New Zealand's favourite musical quartet, the award-winning Modern Maori Quartet, will perform Two Worlds, a theatrical tale full of heart and revelation, as part of Arts Centre Melbourne's Big World, Up Close series from 10 - 14 July, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2019
Obregon--the rising 21-year-old vocalist, record producer, songwriter, and multi-instrumentalist hailing from Caracas, Venezuela--releases his new single 'Así' today via RED MUSIC. Known for his awareness of electronic music and ability to effortlessly mix it with his Latin roots, Obregon collaborated with Dutch producer Brisk on 'Así' to create what he describes as a 'Latin club anthem.' CLICK HERE to listen to the anthem andHERE to watch its music video.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2020
The Public Theater announced the world premiere of THE LINE, written by Jessica Blank and Erik Jensen and directed by Blank, to debut on Wednesday, July 8 at 7:30 p.m. ET.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2019
Jacob Boehme's deeply personal, autobiographical work BLOOD ON THE DANCE FLOOR arrives at Arts Centre Melbourne's Fairfax Studio for two nights only (20 - 21 August) as part of the Big World, Up Close series.
by Rachael Goldberg - Jun 23, 2019
The Second City, known for both its poignant comedy and its incredible alumni list, knows it's difficult to wrap your mind around the world we live in today, let alone navigate it. Their latest residency at The Kennedy Center, aptly titled 'America; It's Complicated!', is the perfect response. Smartly written, deftly performed, 'America; It's Complicated!' somehow manages to both alleviate the stress of living in America today while also providing insightful commentary on it.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2020
The interracial social issue dramas are challenges to our times to remind us to be human. Three of the plays were produced for traditional theater going audiences. The Visit had several staged readings. As well as a six week run at an Off Broadway theater, T'Gether also toured isolated communities with performances for culturally deprived and disadvantaged audiences
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2019
Following its recent critically acclaimed season,  Since Ali Died makes its Melbourne debut at Arts Centre Melbourne's Fairfax Studio from 13 - 17 August as part of Big World, Up Close.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2019
The Finborough Theatre's Autumn season features three premieres, all discovered by the Finborough Theatre's Artistic Director Neil McPherson - another Finborough rediscovery from a classic British playwright, written in 1970, but never before seen in London, alongside two European premieres from female playwrights - a hit Off Broadway play from the United States, and a multi-award-winning new play from New Zealand/ Aotearoa.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2020
Wave Length follows Mike Sanchez, a Mexican-American boy, as he grows up in a run down trailer camp in a small Southern California beach town.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2020
These poems will help us to better understand the poet's creative aspirations, the delicate and subtle felicity of expression. The poems reveal an impressive intensity of experience, as well as the breadth and vigor of imagination.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 7, 2020
The Orange County School of the Arts (OCSA) Creative Writing Conservatory commemorates its 20th anniversary with a?oe20/20/20: Legends of Steampunk,a?? a month-long festival dedicated to the special vision of James P. Blaylock and Tim Powers. Recognized as fathers of the steampunk genre in literature, Blaylock and Powers also left a mark as the founders of the Creative Writing Conservatory at OCSA. Aligning with OCSA's 20th anniversary at its campus in Santa Ana, the festival features 20 collaborative events involving students from across 13 conservatories including acting, classical voice, dance, musical theatre, production and design, and digital media.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2020
General Sam Hanson, U.S. Marine Corps now National Security Advisor to President Plant with the support of his comrades and loyal subordinates starts rebuilding America's place in the world; Canada and Mexico first. Hanson organizes a search for threatening nuclear material in the homeland and finds some in the Pakistan Embassy in Washington D.C. and the Iranian Mission in New York City and he forces their removal.
by Stage Tube - Jan 28, 2020
Matt Bomer was a guest on Tuesday's episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, and during the interview, he spoke about the upcoming film adaptation of The Boys in the Band!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2019
The trumpeter and composer Samantha Boshnack isn't a geologist by trade, but she certainly thinks a lot about earthquakes and volcanoes. Over the past 15 years, while living in her adopted hometown of Seattle, Boshnack has hiked the environs of Washington's Mount Rainier and Mount St. Helens with a kind of unnerved fascination. During her travels in places like Mexico and Indonesia, she's made a point to visit the storied volcanic sites. Throughout her journeys, a couple of questions have persisted: What causes these astounding landscapes and events, and how are they all connected? And how can these vistas be so unspeakably beautiful yet also harbor such a profound potential for catastrophe?
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2020
Murderous rampages prompt a young psychologist to decide to make a device that will detect disturbed individuals before they run amok. He starts a project that quickly grows and is funded by government and corporations. He falls in love with one of his colleagues and after threats and crises they commit to each, other and to finding a way to stop violent madness.
by Guest Blog: Alastair Whatley - Jan 16, 2019
Caroline's Kitchen has been simmering away since 2016, when we commissioned Torben Betts to write a brand-new play about a (fictional…) celebrated TV chef whose gleaming life in front of the cameras masked an escalating crisis behind them.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2020
In what has become an annual ritual, a total of 40 established and emerging composers, lyricists, and librettists will converge on the Goodspeed campus from mid-January through mid-February 2020 to participate in the Johnny Mercer Foundation Writers Colony at Goodspeed Musicals. The writing teams, representing 15 new musicals, will populate the campus, creating a truly exciting environment for discovery and inspiration.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2020
An international cast is set to star in a new production of Gruesome Playground Injuries next month. The original production premiered at the Alley Theatre in Houston in 2009, then off-Broadway in 2011. The play will be put up during the both romantic and equally commercialized Valentine's day season.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 4, 2020
UC's College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) continues its new CCMONSTAGE Play Series with Bruce Norris' Clybourne Park, running Feb. 13-16, 2020, with a preview performance on Wednesday, Feb. 12. Dubbed 'vital,' 'sharp-witted' and 'ferociously smart' by the New York Times, Clybourne Park imagines events in a typical American neighborhood and reveals that underneath a family home, racial fault lines run deep and wide.
by Little Known Facts w/ Ilana Levine - Feb 10, 2020
It's a special Valentine's Day edition of Little Known Facts. Recently podcast host and Broadway alum Ilana Levine was invited to do a live podcast event at Notre Dame University and she decided to interview her husband, actor Dominic Fumusa. Known for his starring role on television in Nurse Jackie opposite Edie Falco and his starring role on Broadway in Wait Until Dark- Dominic was a perfect fit on the Notre Dame campus because he began his college career a football player but acting quickly became his passion . In a theater filled with Notre Dame students Ilana and Dominic talked about falling in love with theater (and each other), auditions, how sports and acting go together and some other inspiring little known facts along the way.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2019
The Big Match and other one act plays gives a brief glimpse of the magic of theatre, ideally meant to present a slice of life, whether comedy or tragedy. This collection has different subjects, different styles, some of them funny, some that might be disturbing. Anyone who loves theatre will find pleasure here. I was fortunate to direct some of these plays with fine actors, so any faults in the productions were the director's. As in all my plays that I directed, the playwright let the director run the show, following an adage: However it reads on the page, it has to work on the stage.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 28, 2018
Randy's father takes a poor city boy, Steve, for the summer. The boys become fast friends destined for great adventures. From persuading a Marine Corps recruiter to enlist them at the age of thirteen to surviving a wild storm under sail, the boys move on to college with a commitment to change the world. For Steve, this means playing by the rules and working within the system.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2019
Desperate Seeker is a 104 page poetry collection. Available in paperback with a retail price of $11.99. ISBN 9781941058961, the kindle edition is $5.99. Published by Winter Goose Publishing. Available now through all major retailers.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 13, 2019
The Pierce family took a disadvantaged youth for the summer, Steve Genelli and he and Randy became lifelong friends. They played junior tennis, had adventures and went to Yale. Randy protested the Vietnam War, while Steve joined the Marine Corps.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 5, 2019
This year's Dublin Theatre Festival programme reflects with many contemporary topics - but also reaches beyond, to a poetic enquiry about the times we live in. Over three weeks performances include 10 World Premieres, reimagined classic texts, inspiring international projects from Australia, Belgium Estonia, Portugal, Sweden, the UK and the USA, and an expanded season of Theatre for Children.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2019
The Tennessee Williams & New Orleans Literary Festival is now accepting entries for its 2019-2020 Fiction, Poetry, Very Short Fiction, and One-Act Play Contests. 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2020
A middle class family flees the crime and poverty of Detroit for a fresh start in New York City. A fire leaves them homeless and they are forced into the nightmare of the homeless system. A determined woman saves her family and new friends from a violent gang, so they can start a new life.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2019
This revolutionary play changed theatrical history by unapologetically putting gay men's lives onstage which had never been seen before in a realistic way.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2019
Contusions is a 115 page poetry collection. Available in paperback with a retail price of $10.99. ISBN 9781941058886, and a kindle edition for $4.99. Published by Winter Goose Publishing. Available now through all major retailers.
by TV News Desk - Apr 17, 2019
Ryan Murphy took to Instagram to announce that he is bringing The Boys in the Band to Netflix.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 16, 2019
In many ways, Mouthpiece is a play which is distinctly about Edinburgh, where I was born and lived until I was 18. From the cafes of the New Town, through the city's art galleries, to high up on Arthur's Seat and Salisbury Crags from where you can see the whole city, including the housing estates otherwise invisible to tourist, the geography of the city lives large in the world of the play, and I hope that there is a real sense of place running through it.