Having It Almost 2006

Opened: September 13, 2006
Closing: September 17, 2006

Having It Almost - 2006 - New York History , Info & More

New World Stages Stage V
340 West 50th Street New York, NY 10019

A blackout maroons five women in their 40’s at JFK Airport. This new musical addresses contemporary issues like infidelity, infertility, career vs. family, being single by choice (and not-by-choice), and the myths of motherhood as these women slowly open up to and learn from each other, ultimately changing one another’s destinations for the better.

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Alfie Boe, Killian Donnelly, Michael Ball, and Bradley Jaden Will Lead LES MISERABLES THE ARENA SPECTACULAR World Tour
by Stephi Wild - Feb 12, 2024

Alfie Boe and Killian Donnelly will share the role of Jean Valjean and Michael Ball and Bradley Jaden will share the role of Javert in the UK, leading a cast and orchestra of over 65 in the forthcoming World Tour of LES MISÉRABLES THE ARENA SPECTACULAR. Learn more about the tour here!

Cast Set For PRISCILLA THE PARTY, Beginning This March
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2024

The full cast has been announced for the eagerly awaited PRISCILLA THE PARTY! at HERE @ Outernet in London’s Soho. Learn more about the cast here!

David Morse and His Wife Susan Wheeler Will Perform A.R. Gurney's LOVE LETTERS in Valentine's Day Benefit For Quintessence Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Jan 17, 2024

This Valentine’s Day, Quintessence Theatre is celebrating love in all of its messy glory with a performance starring award-winning television, film and stage actor David Morse* and his wife, Susan Wheeler.

Video: Triumph the Insult Comic Dog Joins GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL
by Stephi Wild - Jan 11, 2024

Iconic puppet character Triumph the Insult Comic Dog joined the cast of Gutenberg! the Musical! this week in the role of 'Producer.' Check out the video here!

Interview: Ever Busy Director/Choreographer Camille A. Brown On Creating INK & More
by Gil Kaan - Jan 5, 2024

Debbie Allen presents Camille A. Brown & Dancers: ink January 12th and 13th at The Wallis. ink “explores self-empowerment, Black love, brotherhood, and resilience that examines aspects of Black life that are too often appropriated, rewritten, or silenced.” I had the chance to chat with director/choreographer Camille A. Brown before her flying from New York to her Wallis rehearsals.

by Stephi Wild - Jan 4, 2024

PRISCILLA THE PARTY!, based on the musical Priscilla Queen of the Desert, is coming to London in March. The new production comes to HERE @ Outernet in London’s Soho beginning 3 March.

Danielle Brooks, Ariana DeBose & More Receive 2023 AWFJ EDA Award Nominations
by Michael Major - Dec 27, 2023

Female-directed movies receive strong recognition in the 2023 AWFJ EDA Award nominations. Find out which films made the cut. Danielle Brooks was nominated for Best Actress, Supporting for her performance in The Color Purple. Ariana DeBose received a nomination for EDA Female Focus: Best Animated Female for her voice performance in Wish.

Review: THE GRINCH Stage Musical Slithers Back into OC's Segerstrom Center
by Michael Quintos - Dec 21, 2023

The touring stage adaptation of Dr. Seuss' cheeky holiday tale returns to the OC's Segerstrom Center with a non-equity cast. While the show itself is still a charmer—especially for young audiences—the bad audio mix at Costa Mesa's largest theater leaves most of the show's lyrics and dialogue indecipherable.

Dances with Robots Releases A Conversation with Catie Cuan
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2023

Join Sydney Skybetter as he sits down with Dr. Catie Cuan, a pioneer in the field of choreorobotics, in this episode of the Dances with Robots podcast. Discover her personal and professional journey and delve into the question of why dance with a robot. Available now on listening platforms.

Review: East West Players Presents Energetic SPRING AWAKENING
by Michael Quintos - Nov 15, 2023

Based on Frank Wedekind's controversial 1891 play about a group of young students ill-informed about their budding sexuality, this 2006 Broadway adaptation is buoyed by its alt-rock score by Steven Sater and Duncan Sheik. EWP's new production boasts a pleasantly diverse cast blessed with excellent singing voices.

Listen: The Conference For Research On Choreographic Interfaces Presents DANCES WITH ROBOTS: Episodes 1 And 2
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 14, 2023

Dive into the fascinating world of art, technology, and dance with Dances with Robots podcast. Join host Sydney Skybetter, a choreographer and Dean at Brown University, as he explores interdisciplinary practices and the ways artists and technologists navigate the world.

The Conference For Research On Choreographic Interfaces Presents DANCES WITH ROBOTS
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 9, 2023

The Conference for Research on Choreographic Interfaces (CRCI) presents Dances with Robots: a podcast exploring the intersection of art, technology, and activism. Hosted by Sydney Skybetter and Ariane Michaud, the podcast premieres on November 14, 2023. Join them as they navigate the world through interdisciplinary practice.

Interview: Theatre Life with Teal Wicks
by Elliot Lanes - Nov 8, 2023

Today’s subject Teal Wicks has what is known as the WOW factor. Every time I see her onstage in something, I can’t help using that expletive to describe her performance. Currently, Teal is living her theatre life onstage at Signature Theatre playing the role of Mother in Ragtime. The production runs through January seventh in Signature MAX space.

Leslie Odom, Jr., Patti LuPone And More Announced for Staller Center Spring 2024 Season
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 1, 2023

This spring, it's your chance to experience an incredible array of performances at the Staller Center for the Arts. The new season contains a vast lineup from high-profile musical artists and world-renowned dance troupes to fun-filled family shows and side-splitting comedians!

Islandia Music Records to Release Steven Schick's SOUNDLINES - Second Volume in Weather Systems
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 17, 2023

Islandia Music Records is set to release Steven Schick's Soundlines, the second volume in the Weather Systems multi-album series, on December 1. Don't miss this highly anticipated album from the renowned percussionist.

MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Comes to Riverside Theatre This Month
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2023

Riverside Theatre begins its 51st season celebrating an electrifying night of early rock ‘n roll with Million Dollar Quartet.

Review Roundup: GUTENBERG! THE MUSICAL! Opens On Broadway Starring Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 12, 2023

Tony Award nominees Josh Gad and Andrew Rannells are back onstage at the James Earl Jones Theatre for their eagerly anticipated return to Broadway in Gutenberg! The Musical! written by Tony and Emmy Award® nominees Scott Brown and Anthony King, directed by Tony Award winner Alex Timbers. Read reviews for the production!

Shriver Hall Concert Series Kicks Off 2023-24 Season With Pianist Angela Hewitt
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 18, 2023

SHRIVER HALL CONCERT SERIES presents Angela Hewitt for the 2023-24 season opening concert featuring Bach's Goldberg Variations. Don't miss this British-Canadian pianist on October 15 at 5:30pm.

Shriver Hall Concert Series to Kick Off 2023-24 Season With Pianist Angela Hewitt
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 18, 2023

Shriver Hall Concert Series presents pianist Angela Hewitt for the 2023-24 season opening concert, performing Bach's Goldberg Variations. The free Discovery Series begins with pianist Yilun Xu, winner of the 2023 Yale Gordon Competition.

Video: Duran Duran Reveal Music Video for Album Title Track 'Danse Macabre'
by Michael Major - Sep 14, 2023

With creative director Linc Gasking at the helm, this stunning new video clip showcases cutting-edge, AI-driven techniques, some of which were only launched as recently as last weekend. The culmination is a 3D animated masterpiece that, in previous times, would have demanded an entire team, over a year and a substantial budget to produce.

Hell in a Handbag's MURDER, REWROTE Extends Through Late September
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 5, 2023

Get all the details on Hell in a Handbag's critically acclaimed production of MURDER, REWROTE. Find out when it's running and when it closes, and make sure you don't miss this captivating show before it's too late.

Cast Revealed For COWBOIS, A New Queer Cowboy Show For The RSC by Charlie Josephine
by Stephi Wild - Aug 31, 2023

Casting has been announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company's forthcoming production of Charlie Josephine's new play, Cowbois. 

The Kennedy Center Unveils Exciting Lineup for Fall 2023 Hip Hop Culture Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 25, 2023

Discover the exciting lineup and immersive experiences of The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts' Fall 2023 Hip Hop Culture Season. From electrifying concerts to groundbreaking exhibitions, this season promises to showcase the best of hip hop culture. Immerse yourself in the world of hip hop at the iconic Kennedy Center.

Interview: Skylar Astin Celebrating SONDHEIM in EVERYBODY RISE! At the Hollywood Bowl
by Gil Kaan - Jul 25, 2023

A stellar cast of Broadway babies and leading men will gather for one-night only this Sunday evening July 30, 2023, to honor the late, great Stephen Sondheim in Everybody Rise! A Sondheim Celebration. Curated by Robert Longbottom and Kevin Stites, Kevin conducts the most talented cast of Patti LuPone, Sierra Boggess, Sutton Foster, Skylar Astin, Norm Lewis and Brian Stokes Mitchell. I had the chance to chat with Skylar before he began rehearsals for Everybody Rise!

Interview: Josh Strickland on His Final Time in TARZAN
by Tyler Hinton - Jul 15, 2023

Josh Strickland originated the title role in Disney’s TARZAN on Broadway in 2006 and has since been the iconic voice of the character as the musical has lived on through the fan favorite cast album and licensing around the world. Now the star returns to TARZAN through October 21, 2023 at Tuacahn.  Josh Strickland happily sat down with BroadwayWorld near the Tuacahn Amphitheatre to discuss his long association with the show from audition to Broadway to Germany, and now in what he calls his “last hurrah” at Tuacahn.