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Closing: January 06, 2002

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by Stage Tube - Jan 9, 2015
In anticipation of the concert, Jeremy Jordan is revealing some Broadway secrets. Check out what he was able to reveal in 30 second below!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2015
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents The Queen of Colors from France and Germany's Compagnie Les Voisins for 10 performances only, today, January 9 through 18, 2015 in the Lovelace Studio Theater.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 8, 2015
Stage Left Studio, home of award-winning solo performances for more than a decade, is pleased to present the return of Pamela Parker's poignant and hilarious DREAMS OF MARTHA STEWART for a limited engagement this weekend, January 8-10, 2015.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 5, 2015
Today, in our latest installment of Nashville Theater 101, we introduce three more members of our wildly divergent, almost prototypically dysfunctional theater family: Justin Boyd, Amber Boyer and Maryanna Clarke.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2015
According to Deadline, A BRONX TALE playwright and star Chazz Palminteri will lead a staged reading of Ben Andron's new play BREAKING BOBBY STONE, directed by Peter Scolari, on February 10 at 3:30 p.m. at the Snapple Theater Center. The play is reportedly eyeing a Broadway run next season; no official announcement has been made.
by BWW Special Coverage - Jan 2, 2015
At the end of every 'backstage' interview, BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge asks his guest, 'What is the best bit of advice that you've been given that you still live by?' Below, we've rounded up all the sage responses from the stars of 2014!
by Caryn Robbins - Jan 18, 2015
Today, McClure and O'Malley speak exclusively with BWW about these well-intentioned characters who are thrust into the most extraordinary circumstances, yet still find a way to make true love prevail.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 16, 2015
Ted Sod: Will you tell us about yourself? Where you were born and educated? When did you decide you wanted to become a theatre director? Giovanna Sardelli: I was born and raised in Las Vegas, Nevada, when it was really just a desert town, so I didn't get to see much theatre. Right before I graduated, I said, "Oh my god, I'm about to get a degree in theatre and I've never seen a play." My family sent me on one of those theatre trips where you go to London and Edinburgh and see twenty-one plays in twenty days. That trip made me realize that I needed to go to grad school. I got accepted into the graduate acting program at NYU when Zelda Fichandler was running it and Ron Van Lieu was the acting teacher. I started my career as an actor but was never quite satisfied. One day, I was sitting in Zelda's office having a crisis and Zelda said, "You've always had the eye of a director, I think you should direct. Why don't you come back for another year of education?" At that time, NYU had a directing lab where they would invite three former grads of grad acting for one year of free training in directing. Everything I learned at NYU just gelled, and my career as a director has been so much easier than my career as an actress.
by Louisa Brady - Jan 16, 2015
Whether you've been living under a rock for the past week or you're just in the mood for a recap, BroadwayWorld's 'This Week in Pictures' is here to satisfy your end-of-the-week fix! Take a look below to catch up on the latest happenings from the Great White Way to The West End (and everywhere in between) with coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights and more. Highlights this week include coverage of new cast members of YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU and IT'S ONLY A PLAY, Cheyenne Jackson at Cafe Carlyle, opening nights of CONSTELLATIONS and HONEYMOON IN VEGAS, and more!
by Chris Gibson - Jan 16, 2015
I thought it was time to start compiling my best of 2014 since this past year was such an exceptional time for theatre in St. Louis. Although we lost the wonderful contributions of the now defunct HotCity Theatre, there are still new companies starting up and producing quality productions in our region. HotCity will certainly be missed, but when one door closes it always seems like another one opens, and that's a good thing to remember.
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 16, 2015
Donizetti's MARIA STUARDA is a chamber piece blown up to grand opera proportions. That was the takeaway from the new production--that centers on a fictional battle royal between Elizabeth I (Elisabetta) and her cousin Mary (Maria) Stuart, better known as Mary, Queen of Scots--at Barcelona's historic opera house, the Liceu. It stars the sensational Maria of American mezzo Joyce DiDonato, the highly charged Elisabetta of Spanish mezzo Silvia Tro Santafé and Mexican tenor Javier Camarena's sonorous Roberto.
by Robert Diamond - Jan 15, 2015
The Renaissance Johor Bahru Hotel may only be one-and-a-half years old, but it already has big plans for its community. With its sights set on developing a more sustainable and compassionate society, the property has begun initiatives that involve everything from team-building, to financially supporting charities, to minimizing its own carbon footprint. And as the hotel puts its plans into action, everyone stands to benefit.
by Gary Naylor - Jan 15, 2015
Gary Naylor sees an adaptation of a children's classic that has depth and nuance to match the spectacle on stage - or is that on rail?
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jan 12, 2015
Lyrics & Lyricists gets going on the opening show of its 45th season with 'A Good Thing Going: The Stephen Sondheimand Harold Prince Collaboration' continuing tonight, January 12. Artistic director David Loud, himself a frequent Sondheim collaborator, explores the 1970-1981 partnership behind the groundbreaking musicals Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd and Merrily We Roll Along - with cast members Kate Baldwin, Heidi Blickenstaff, Liz Callaway, James Clow, Jason Danieley, and Jeremy Jordan. Check out photos from the special concert event below!
by Stephen Raskauskas - Jan 12, 2015
THE SCARLET IBIS is one of three new operas to have its world premiere as a part of this year's PROTOTYPE FESTIVAL, New York's incubator for cutting edge, interdisciplinary performance. With any new work, I never fail to ask myself: Did it have an emotional impact? Was it good enough that I would see it again? Does it have enough appeal to revival again? The answers: yes, yes, and yes.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 10, 2015
Lyrics & Lyricists gets going on the opening show of its 45th season with 'A Good Thing Going: The Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince Collaboration' beginning tonight, January 10, and continuing January 11 and 12.
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 5, 2015
Sharon Playhouse, under the leadership of Artistic Director John Simpkins and Managing Director Justin Ball, announces the 2015 summer season of musicals and plays My Fair Lady, Merrily We Roll Along, Little Shop of Horrors, Georgie: The Life and Death of George Rose, Peter and the Starcatcher, and the new musical, True Love.
by Linda Ann Watt - Feb 4, 2015
I'm so lucky. It's a blessing to be sharing moments.
by Joseph F. Panarello - Feb 3, 2015
Ed Watts, the current El Gallo in THE FANTASTICKS talks about SCANDALOUS, SUPERMAN and his current role in Off-Broadway's longest running musical
by Robert Barossi - Feb 23, 2015
There are an endless number of ways for a new theater company to make its mark. In a crowded artistic and theatrical landscape, a fledgling company must find a way to stand out and be noticed. A way to make its voice heard. Some will succeed spectacularly while others will fail just as spectacularly. Now entering its third season, OUT LOUD Theatre has begun to carve out quite a successful path for itself. Last season's Metamorphoses proved just how talented and skillful the company could be at pure storytelling. This season's opening show, Fefu and Her Friends, allows the company to demonstrate equal talent in bringing a distinctive voice and vision to a theatrical event that is entertaining and exhilarating.
by Charles Shubow - Feb 2, 2015
Conductor Michael Krajewski subs for BSO Pops Conductor Jack Everly
by Gabrielle Gervais - Feb 2, 2015
Tonight's episode of THE FOSTERS heads to the great outdoors as Lena and Stef decide it is time for a family camping trip. With al of the drama surrounding the Adams-Foster family, I couldn't agree more with taking an unplugged vacation. Unfortunately, just because they leave civilization behind, doesn't mean their drama was left with it.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2015
And the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award winner is far from ready to call it quits, though he is planning to leave the traveling life behind. But first, he'll celebrate the March 10, 2015 release of his 62nd (or so) album, Redemption Road; launch a two-month tour with Janis Ian on March 4; and head to his hometown of Bristow, Okla., for his March 14 induction into the Oklahoma Music Hall of Fame. He'll also run across the pond in May for several U.K. dates, and likely keep stage-hopping through 2015.
by Teresa Rodrick - Feb 18, 2015
Centennial and Eagle High Schools in Meridian have decided to co-produce BIG FISH and the Treasure Valley should rejoice. This show is all about imagination and taking chances on love. It is a wonderful show and an enjoyable evening.
by Dylan Siegman - Feb 17, 2015
Last week, after discovering that Kay can get Annie to do things better than he can, Jake decides to enlist Kay to change little quirks about Annie for him. All seemed to be going well until Annie found out and then decided to enlist Kay on her team to give Jake a taste of his own medicine. Then he finds out, a hilarious fight ensues (like always, and all comes together in the end. This week we have guest stars Michaela Watkins (NEW GIRL, TROPHY WIFE) playing Annie's insane boss and Matt McConkey (IN THE MOMENT, MANSWERS) as Annie's 'best boo.' On this week's episode Jake's identity disappears and Gil gets a job!
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 17, 2015
Below, check out QUOTABLES FROM 'THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON' February 9-13:
by Patti Murin - Feb 17, 2015
Hey Bachelor fans! I'm so sorry for missing last week (for all three of you who read this religiously; Hi Mom! Mom? You there?), but I was busy traveling across the country to the home base of 'The Bachelor,' Los Angeles! As it turns out, it's a damn good thing I couldn't recap, because this week we get a whopping FIVE HOURS of The Bachelor-related programming, and my brain needed the rest before this circus. Here. We. Go.
by Courtney Henley - Feb 17, 2015
Last week, we were glued to our television screens as we returned to Albuquerque to witness the birth of Saul Goodman as we know him. We're learning more and more about Walter White's crafty lawyer, including how he met Tuco, and consequently, how he morphed into the ethically confused man we know and love. At the end of last week's premiere episodes, good little Jimmy followed all the rules, as any good defense attorney should. But his moral ambiguities revealed themselves just enough to confuse not only viewers, but also Jimmy himself. Sure, he's responsible for those twins getting their legs broken, but at least he took them to the ER afterwards...right? Right? He's still a good, law-abiding guy...right?
by Jay Irwin - Feb 16, 2015
Buckle your seat belts as Book-It Repertory Theatre is about to take you to funnytown with the world premiere of their adaptation of Charles Portis's "The Dog of the South". And with its stellar cast and charm and sweetness for days, this is one road trip you don't want to miss.
by Misha Davenport - Feb 13, 2015
Detective Jim Carrigan (the future Spectre, played by Emmitt J. Scanlan) asks John (Matt Ryan) and Zed (Angelica Celaya) to help save a missing little girl in the season finale, 'Waiting for the Man.' Sit a spell. We'll get you caught up.
by Marakay Rogers - Feb 13, 2015
Uzbekistan, home of Uzbeks. And of Orthodox churches, one of which is being infiltrated during Mass by a group of armed men who surround the village priest. Once the guns are on him, he produces a satellite phone from his robes and calls his handler. In English, in an American accent. Ruslan Denisov has captured an undercover CIA agent, and he's on Raymond Reddington's BLACKLIST.
by Paul W. Thompson - Feb 12, 2015
The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. 'Carousel,' 'The King And I' and 'The Merry Widow' at Lyric Opera, and the upcoming season at Porchlight. Plus 'Merman' transfers, 'Mormon' arrives, 'First Wives Club' and 'Gotta Dance' try out, the 'Pride And Prejudice' reading moves, Quest Theatre mounts two, Pasek and Paul's 'Peach,' Bailiwick's 'Wonderful Town,' the Mosh Pit in the Tribune and more honors for Jessie Mueller! Whew!
by Katricia Lang - Feb 12, 2015
No one weaves a tangled web of a plot into a $4,000 designer play like Shakespeare. And the Alley Theatre wears that play well. It's been hanging out with the Kardashian-Wests lately and really getting into the fashion life. So AS YOU LIKE IT is a joy to write about. Sometimes, the stars just align.
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 11, 2015
The New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC), the largest multi-arts festival in North America, will present the 19th Annual Festival from August 14 - 30, 2014. Each year the festival presents programming by nearly 200 of the world's best emerging theatre troupes and dance companies. General FringeNYC applications for 2015 are currently being accepted for participants in all genres (theatre, dance, puppetry, performance art, multi-media, etc.). Separate FringeAL FRESCO (free outdoor events) and FringeJR (children's programming) applications are also available.
by Misha Davenport - Feb 11, 2015
Laurel (Katie Cassidy) tracks down the villain Vertigo (Peter Stormare) alone with disastrous results as Ollie (Stephen Amell) plays catch up with everything that went down while he was dead/resurrecting on tonight's ep, 'Canaries.' Draw a bow, we'll catch you up.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2015
A BRONX TALE playwright and star Chazz Palminteri will lead a staged reading of Ben Andron's new play BREAKING BOBBY STONE, directed by Peter Scolari, today, February 10 at 3:30 p.m. at the Snapple Theater Center. The play is reportedly eyeing a Broadway run next season; no official announcement has been made.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2014
Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents The Queen of Colors from France and Germany's Compagnie Les Voisins for 10 performances only, January 9 through 18, 2015 in the Lovelace Studio Theater.
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 8, 2014
Sen. Claire McCaskill (D-MO) said today that she disagrees with some members of Congress who say that the forthcoming release of a report outlining the CIA's use of torture could endanger our servicemen and women abroad
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 31, 2014
by TV News Desk - Dec 25, 2014
STARZ & ENCORE will keep you home for the holidays with the gift of festive programming.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 19, 2014
Lyrics & Lyricists gets going on the opening show of its 45th season with 'A Good Thing Going: The Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince Collaboration' on January 10, 11 and 12. Artistic director David Loud, himself a frequent Sondheim collaborator, explores the 1970-1981 partnership behind the groundbreaking musicals Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd and Merrily We Roll Along - with cast members Kate Baldwin, Heidi Blickenstaff, Liz Callaway, James Clow, Jason Danieley, and Jeremy Jordan.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2014
Stage Left Studio, home of award-winning solo performances for more than a decade, is pleased to present the return of Pamela Parker's poignant and hilarious DREAMS OF MARTHA STEWART for a limited engagement January 8-10, 2015.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 15, 2014
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by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Dec 14, 2014
BroadwayWorld is excited to continue our exclusive photo coverage of the recording sessions for this year's album with the cast of Matilda, who sing 'One Good Thing.' Check out photos of cast members Ava DeMary, Eliza Holland Madore, Grace Capeless, Brooklyn Shuck, Beatrice Tulchin, Alexa Shae Niziak, Sofia Roma Rubino and more below!
by Misha Davenport - Dec 13, 2014
John battles a baby-stealing monster in the mid-season finale, 'The Saint of Last Resort.' Sit a spell, won't you?
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2014
Lyrics & Lyricists gets going on the opening show of its 45th season with "A Good Thing Going: The Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince Collaboration" on January 10, 11 and 12. Artistic director David Loud, himself a frequent Sondheim collaborator, explores the 1970-1981 partnership behind the groundbreaking musicals Company, Follies, A Little Night Music, Pacific Overtures, Sweeney Todd and Merrily We Roll Along - with cast members Kate Baldwin, Heidi Blickenstaff, Liz Callaway, James Clow, Jason Danieley, and Alan H. Green.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 10, 2014
The 2014 Broadway's Carols for a Cure, Volume 16 is now available on iTunes. The 21-track album of original and traditional holiday music features stars and casts from the current Broadway line-up, and benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS (BC/EFA), one of the nation's leading industry-based, nonprofit AIDS fundraising and grant-making organizations. The entire album is available for $15.99, and includes a digital booklet with liner notes about each participating cast, designating soloists and session photos. Individual tracks also may be purchased for $.99 each.

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What productions of Good Thing have there been?
Good Thing has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2001.