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Forrest Theatre

(New York, NY)
230 W. 49th St.
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by TV News Desk - Sep 4, 2014
For the US Open currently taking place in New York, ESPN viewers are seeing an unlikely doubles team - 88-year old classic singer Tony Bennett and pop sensation Lady Gaga.
by Barry Lenny - Sep 27, 2013
Heart to Heart was a concert of two very different cycles of love songs by Adelaide composer, David Kotlowy. The first was for guitar and tenor, whilst the other was for a small Javanese gamelan group, tenor, and soprano.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 11, 2018
To celebrate the October 26th, 2018, release of their brand-new Di-Tone Records project Phenomenal Woman: The Maya Angelou Songs, the critically acclaimed duo of vocalist Capathia Jenkins and award-winning composer, arranger and musician Louis Rosen will perform for three nights, Thursday through Saturday, October 25, 26, and 27, 2018, at the iconic jazz venue Birdland's new Birdland Theatre in New York City. The Birdland Theatre is located at 315 West 44th Street between Eighth and Ninth Avenues.
by John Lariviere - Oct 8, 2017
MNM Productions presents La Cage aux Folles, featuring music and lyrics by Jerry Herman and a book by Harvey Fierstein through October 22, 2017.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 7, 2012
Now onstage in a thoroughly effective production directed by Sondra Morton at Franklin's Boiler Room Theatre, Parade is not your mama's or your granddaddy's musical comedy, to be certain.
by Blair Howell - Oct 26, 2015
Frankenstein or Fronkensteen - either way, the Grand Theatre's 'Young Frankenstein' is a show that needs to be seen! In fact, it's monstrously good fun.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2018
The Empress Theatre presents Raul Midon, Sunday Jazz Champagne Brunch on Sunday, November 11th at 1pm at The Empress Theatre - 330 Virginia St, Vallejo, CA 94590.
by Barry Lenny - Nov 25, 2013
The Adelaide Repertory Theatre Society, who operate at their own ARTS Theatre, are ending their year on a light, fun note with a melodrama last performed in Adelaide in 1988, The Mystery of the Hansom Cab.
by Peter Danish - Nov 14, 2018
BWW Review: THE PARK AVENUE CHAMBER SYMPHONY PERFORMS ROSENHAUS, WEBER AND DVORAK
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 1, 2018
For Catherine Birdsong, the animated film version of The Little Mermaid - the 1989 Disney musical fantasy based on the story of the same name by Hans Christian Andersen - was the first movie she remembers ever seeing in a darkened cinema and it continues to elicit memories, to reverberate in her heart, particularly now that she finds herself in rehearsal for the debut of the stage musical at Nashville Children's Theatre.
by Nancy Grossman - May 25, 2012
The Lyric Stage Company production of AVENUE Q rivals the national tour that passed this way four years ago. The run has been extended (twice) by popular demand to July 1st. Director Spiro Veloudos has assembled one of the best musical ensemble casts of the season.
by Blair Howell - May 17, 2013
Hale Center Theater Orem's hysterical Urinetown is a privilege ... to see.
by Nancy Grossman - Mar 9, 2019
The Huntington Theatre Company digs into the William Shakespeare canon and pulls out a plum written more than four centuries ago. After dusting it off and giving it a spin in the time machine, Artistic Director Peter DuBois has crafted a contemporary, muscular version of the romantic tragedy ROMEO AND JULIET, featuring a who's who of the Boston acting community and introducing a pair of engaging newcomers to the local stage as the ill-fated young lovers. Inspired by the zeitgeist of American tribalism, DuBois' updating affirms the timelessness of one of the Bard's most enduring works.
by Buster Spiller - Mar 8, 2013
As the play opens, all seems right in the Westmoreland household. Dayne prepares for the start of football season, and Gracie and Kendall audition to join the cast of the high school production of 'Oklahoma.' Everything quickly begins to fall apart when an unexpected tragedy rocks the solid foundation of the Westmoreland family to the breaking point. Yellow dives head first into the themes of cowardice, intolerance and the damage caused to families by secrets, rejection and the difficulty of forgiveness.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2018
The Coney Island Ritual Cabaret Festival marks International Culture Lab's (ICL) third consecutive year probing the fantastical dancing partnership of ritual and entertainment on Coney Island USA's (CIUSA) burlesque stage. (March 2017: Coney Island Butoh and Theatre Festival; March 2016: Coney Island Butoh and Beyond Festival.)
by Nancy Grossman - Mar 31, 2014
Fort Point Theatre Channel pairs Samuel Beckett's KRAPP'S LAST TAPE with THE ARCHIVES by local playwright Skylar Fox for an engaging double bill. Steven Barkhimer in the former and Sally Nutt, Allison Smith, and Karin Trachtenberg in the latter all give quality performances in two one-acts that reflect on memory, regret, and preservation.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2017
Choreographer Trisha Brown has died on March 18th in San Antonio, Texas, after a lengthy illness. She is survived by her son, Adam Brown, his wife Erin, her four grandchildren – and by her brother Gordon Brown and sister Louisa Brown. Trisha Brown's husband, artist Burt Barr, died on November 7, 2016. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2016
Resonance Records with the cooperation of National Public Radio (NPR) is proud to announce the release of Sarah Vaughan - Live At Rosy's, New Orleans on March 25th, 2016.
by Nancy Grossman - Jun 18, 2019
Gloucester Stage Company opens its 40th Anniversary Season with a nostalgic romp in the park, specifically Neil Simon's 1963 hit play, BAREFOOT IN THE PARK. Pairing McCaela Donovan and Joe Short (who are married in real life) as the young newlyweds moving from their blissful six-day honeymoon into a Manhattan sixth-floor walk up is a stroke of luck for Director Shana Gozansky. Making her GSC debut, she didn't have to worry about establishing trust and comfort in the romantic aspects of the characters' relationship. Not only do Donovan (Corie) and Short (Paul) fit together hand in glove, but Paula Plum and Richard Snee, another offstage married couple, complete the cast and contribute immeasurably to the hilarity.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 17, 2013
Silver Airways, Florida's new hometown regional airline, took a major step forward in its corporate evolution as a new stand-alone regional airline this month with the adoption of a new reservations system and website powered by Sabre.
by Peter Danish - Jun 11, 2013
He's baa-aack! James Levine returns to Carnegie Hall.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 25, 2017
Blossom Water LLC, beverage maker of floral-enhanced essence water, is pleased to announce authorization to sell its line of all-natural flavored waters in 750+ new stores this summer. These are part of three supermarket chains, operating under seven banners in the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Pacific Northwest regions of the United States, as well as one convenience store chain operating throughout Ontario, Canada.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2014
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by Ashley Steves - Jul 12, 2019
A group of cabaret newcomers and veterans alike will join Meg Flather on July 14 and September 14 at Don't Tell Mama for MEG FLATHER SONGS: A CABARET SISTERHOOD, performing the work of the MAC and Bistro Award winner.
by Review Roundups - Jul 1, 2014
GREAT BRITAIN, a new play by Richard Bean, directed byNicholas Hytner, opened at the National's Lyttelton Theatre on Monday 30 June. Let's see what the critics had to say:
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2017
Lincoln Center's American Songbook returns to the The Stanley H. Kaplan Penthouse in March with a mini-festival of six intimate concerts which will strike an innovative, new note for the series.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2018
Three members of The Smiths are to reunite on stage for the first time in 30 years for a brand new live concert production which celebrates the music of one of the most influential and important bands of all time. Classically Smiths which debuts this summer with concerts in Manchester, London and Edinburgh before a full UK tour later this year will reimagine the enduringly powerful sounds of the seminal Manchester band in a beautifully orchestrated live concert.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 17, 2017
Edward Albee's 1962 barn-burner at the Lyric Stage Company is an emotional conflagration that rages and consumes everyone in its path. Director Scott Edmiston adheres to the playwright's strict blueprint, but takes full advantage of the singular qualities of his quartet of actors - Steven Barkhimer, Paula Plum, Dan Whelton, and Erica Spyres. Definitely do not miss this one.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2016
Akron's Professional theater, is pleased to announce the opening of Christian O'Reilly's new Irish play Chapatti.  The show will have a preview performance on Thursday Feb. 25th at 8 PM. The show runs until March 13th, 2016.
by Nancy Grossman - Feb 24, 2015
THE BIG MEAL, the Boston area premiere of Dan LeFranc's play about the interactions of five generations of an extended family, is the kind of show that Zeitgeist Stage Company and Artistic Director David J. Miller feast upon - a character-driven ensemble piece that showcases the range of the actors, as well as Miller's ability to transfer the playwright's vision from page to stage.
by TV News Desk - Feb 22, 2016
Jaunt Inc., Condé Nast Entertainment (CNE), the 30 Ninjas team of Director Doug Liman (Live, Die, Repeat, Bourne Identity) and Producer Julina Tatlock
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2013
Michelle Obama, whose advocacy for fitness and nutrition have been a cornerstone of her work as First Lady, will appear on the nationally Syndicated The Dr. Oz Show on the third anniversary of her monumental 'Let's Move!' campaign. Joined by Secretary of Education Arne Duncan, the First Lady will discuss how physical activity affects children's health and academic achievement. The episode will air Thursday, February 28, to coincide with a major announcement about bringing physical activity back to schools, to be made by Mrs. Obama and Secretary Duncan.
by Nancy Grossman - Feb 19, 2014
WITNESS UGANDA explores the American impulse to change the world. It is an electrifying production that combines stellar design elements, breathtaking choreography, and an ensemble of energetic young artists committed to telling their story. Artistic Director Diane Paulus again shows her flair for guiding a complex production and getting the best from her performers.
by Blair Howell - Feb 18, 2019
At Pioneer Theatre Company, ONCE is luminous. Working hand-in-glove, Director Pirronne Yousefzadeh and Music Director Tom Griffin have guided the full cast and production team to stage a heart-piercingly beautiful production of the Tony-winning Best Musical.
by Blair Howell - Feb 11, 2014
The University of Utah's Department of Theatre production of 'She Loves Me' embraces the musical's unabashed romanticism and lovingly reveals its many charms.
by Nancy Grossman - Dec 4, 2018
The Front Porch Arts Collective partners with the Lyric Stage Company to start their second season with BREATH & IMAGINATION, Daniel Beaty's musical about Roland Hayes. First-time director Maurice Emmanuel Parent draws tour de force performance from Davron S. Monroe as the acclaimed African-American opera singer, with strong support from Yewande Odetoyinbo, Doug Gerber, and Nile Scott Hawver.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2013
NYU Steinhardt Music and Performing Arts Professions, New York Foundation for the Arts, Yamaha Pianos, RS Berkeley Horns, presents the 42nd Street Jazz Festival, from December 16-23, 2013 at Theater Row, 410 W. 42nd Street, NYC.
by Naomi Serviss - Dec 23, 2014
Knight stars as Snow White in a raucous riposte to Disney's traditional darlings. They're fairy tale princesses who are 'a little peeved' at their public personas.
by Nancy Grossman - Aug 9, 2016
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston brings back the original sets, costumes, and choreography for its fourth production of the 1992 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical. CRAZY FOR YOU could be subtitled "Gershwin's Greatest Hits," with eighteen musical treats splendidly played by a 15-piece orchestra conducted by Music Director Dan Rodriguez. Broadway veterans and Reagle audience favorites Kirby Ward (Director) and Beverly Ward star and give a song-and-dance master class that will have you tapping your feet right along with them. CRAZY FOR YOU is a classic 1930s musical comedy, full of energy and optimism. It's just what the psychiatrist ordered!
by Tyler Peterson - Aug 20, 2015
In honor of the show's return to New York this year, BroadwayWorld caught up with Carter, who recently wrapped a run in the West End musical I CAN'T SING! (opposite Cynthia Erivo,) to find out what he thought the made the piece 'a little golden gem,' how he found his footing in the dozens of characters he portrays, and more!
by Marakay Rogers - Aug 19, 2015
Artistic Director Ryan Gibbs brings Allenberry a SOUTH PACIFIC worth singing about
by Peter Danish - Aug 17, 2017
It's clear that Syncopation hasn't lost a step since its initial production. It's simply great theater.
by TV News Desk - Aug 1, 2017
Two streaming giants are teaming up to form a supergroup that would make the Avengers jealous. Vioobu, the red-hot OTT streaming platform, is making their content library available on Amazon Prime Video, beginning August 1st. Vioobu's content will be free for all Amazon Prime users.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2019
After performing thousands of concerts delivering CCR hits live to millions of fans, Creedence Clearwater Revival rhythm section and co-founders, Stu Cook and Doug “Cosmo” Clifford have announced they are taking their hard charging touring band Creedence Clearwater Revisited off the road after the band's 25th anniversary.
by TV News Desk - Apr 9, 2018
Completing a 25-year compositional arc, saxophonist-composer Patrick Zimmerli releases his new jazz suite Clockworks (Songlines) following the release in 2016 of his first quartet's 1992 recording Shores Against Silence (with Kevin Hays, Larry Grenadier and Tom Rainey). Both records feature rhythmically and melodically advanced composition largely inspired by Zimmerli's love of serial composers such as Babbitt, Carter, Stockhausen and Boulez, though still grounded in a jazz ethos. Both explore a different third stream direction in jazz that Zimmerli made his own right from the start, and that for all its complexities compels attention first and foremost as music to be listened to.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 9, 2014
Aurora Theatre is rapidly gaining recognition as one of Metro Atlanta's most successful arts organizations. With over 62,000 in ticket sales to 556 theatrical events and with 3,600 annual subscribers, audiences are flocking way off Peachtree Street to be entertained by Aurora's robust offerings.
by Peter Danish - Apr 8, 2013
Felix Mendelssohn completed his Symphony Number 4 ('The Italian') in Berlin, in 1833, at the conclusion of a three year vacation/tour of Europe. He conducted the world premiere of the symphony himself in London that same year. Despite the symphony's rapturous success, the composer remained unhappy with the work till the day he died; even revising the piece at least twice and never publishing the final work. Talk about a perfectionist!
by Linda Hodges - Apr 27, 2018
San Francisco's Curran Theater is playing host to Head Over Heels, an Elizabethan farce and romp featuring the 80s pop-rock music of the Go-Go's. The all-girl band emerged out of the LA punk scene of the late 70s, but they soon found their groove in the driving beat of the power pop songs they wrote and played themselves. The catchy melodies, simple arrangements, heavy drums and prominent guitar riffs quickly took them to the top of the charts while also making a star of lead singer Belinda Carlisle. (Some of her solo hits are featured in the show.)
by Blair Howell - Apr 21, 2019
Three titans of the local arts scene collaborate hand-in-glove at Salt Lake Acting Company to experiment how dance can expand storytelling in a drama. SILENT DANCER is intriguing.