based on Camille by Alexandre Dumas fils

Ian, a naive young medical student, is plunged into the wild world of Studio 54 at the height of its decadence. There, he meets Caleigh, the woman of his dreams and the spirit of early 80's excess. Unfortunately, she is being "kept" by a heartless millionaire. While she and Ian try to hide their love from her sugar daddy and his mother, Caleigh discovers there is a much more insidious enemy in their midst ó an unknown virus is killing her.


by Sean Fallon - Jun 24, 2019
On Saturday, June 22, I had the pleasure of seeing a phenomenal performance of CRAZY FOR YOU, the musical, at the Sharon Playhouse in Sharon, CT. With book by Ken Ludwig, music by George Gershwin, and lyrics by Ira Gershwin this musical romantic comedy kept the audience entertained from start to finish1 With amazing acting, singing, dancing, musicianship, and a detailed mobile set, who could ask for anything more?
by TV News Desk - Jun 24, 2019
Less than two weeks removed from a release from Sander van Doorn's alter-ego Purple Haze, the trance visionary is reappearing in full force as he reunites with fellow Dutchmen Firebeatz for the first time following their 2014 smash, 'Guitar Track'. The dance music veterans have officially arrived with an enormous track that is primed for heavy rotation on this summer's festival circuit as 'Blowback' is out now via Doorn Records and is available on all streaming platforms.
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 Carla Maria Verdino-SŁllwold - Jun 23, 2019
"I would love to play an iconic adventure hero role, and this is a herculean moment for me that is incredibly gratifying. It is a beautiful story." Michael William Nigro is talking about playing the young hero of TREASURE ISLAND, Jim Hawkins, in the new musical version by Marc Robin and Curt Dale Clark, which begins a run of its East Coast premiere at Maine State Music Theatre on June 26th. The twenty-year-old Nigro, who returns to the show after having made his debut in the Fulton Theatre's world premiere in September 2018, says that not only is TREASURE ISLAND a coming of age story for Jim Hawkins, but that he, himself, has "experienced moments of huge personal growth. The experience of the show has informed me so much in this last year. And now [returning to reprise the role], I get an opportunity to connect my own coming of age experience to the character - to bring what is so real to me into the role." Nigro's journey from the New Jersey suburb of Cranford to New York and regional stages as well as to television and film began, he recalls, at age three. "My Mom took me to see LES MISERABLES at the local high school. An actor named Jonathan Schwartz caught me attention. I was enamored of his work, and I followed his career as I grew up. He was the first person in the theatre whom I looked up to; I wanted to be like him. Fast forward to when I was fourteen and about to perform in THE SOUND OF MUSIC LIVE, I received a message from him as he was rehearsing ALADDIN on Broadway," he smiles, noting the serendipitous way lives intertwine in the theatre.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 23, 2019
It should come as no surprise that Fun Home, therefore, that the aforementioned Broadway hit featuring music by Jeanine Tesori, with book and lyrics by Lisa Kron based upon Bechdel's graphic novel, is one of my favorite works in the canon of contemporary American Musical Theater. What some readers might find surprising, however, is that I fell absolutely and deeply in love with the show once over, thanks to a production from, of all places, Murfreesboro Little Theatre, where the show completes its much-too-brief run today with its 2 p.m. matinee.
by Jay Irwin - Jun 22, 2019
The folks at the Can Can are back and ready to knock your spurs off in an all new, decidedly Western style show with "The Legend of El Dorado" and once again they've upped their game. First, they brought us sexy ass dancers and comedy to bust a gut over, then they brought in fabulous singers, recently they added those gorgeous 4K video screens for their backdrops, and now they've brought in some culinary delights with their new chef Monica Seward. So, there's good food, entertainment, and sex. You'll never need to leave, but why would you want to?!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2019
Enjoy the thrilling sounds of singers from the Omaha Symphonic Chorus and the Opera Omaha Chorus as they reunite for a celebratory concert, Together: A Reunion Concert, at St. Cecilia Cathedral, 701 N. 40th St., Omaha, NE, on Sunday, July 7 at 3pm.  The concert is free.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2019
Now in rehearsals, Steppenwolf Theatre Company presents its first revival of the play that launched the theatre onto the national scene in 1982, True West, directed by ensemble member Randall Arney.
by Don Grigware - Jun 21, 2019
Brilliant scientist and author Ana Isabel O is in the process of creating a novel, not a children's story like her other writing endeavors, but ... her own take on the drug issues in Columbia. In our conversation she talks in great detail about how deeply the issue affects her life and her purpose in writing the story.
by TV News Desk - Jun 20, 2019
Preservation Hall Jazz Band¬†has announced the release of their new album¬†A Tuba To Cuba,¬†the soundtrack to the critically acclaimed documentary directed by¬†T.G. Herringtonand¬†Danny Clinch,¬†out¬†June 28, 2019¬†via¬†Sub Pop.¬†Today, they have released the track ¬ďKeep Your Head Up¬Ē from the album. Listen and share ¬ďKeep Your Head Up¬Ē¬†here¬†and pre-order¬†A Tuba to Cuba¬†here.
by Michael Dale - Jun 20, 2019
'Only my dogs will not betray me,' confesses a world-renowned opera diva in Charles Ludlam's 1983 downtown triumph, GALAS.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2019
Having independently generated over 35 million streams across his previous releases, --including the recent single 'Keep Me Waiting,' which was produced by Onda (The Weeknd, Chance the Rapper, Macklemore) and received 100k views in only two weeks-multi-instrumentalist, producer andsingersongwriter WILLIAM BOLTON premieres the music video for his new track 'Used To Love You,' a personal song about regrettable love.
by TV News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
The Coronas, who have been described as ¬ďIreland's best-kept secret,¬Ē are set for their only U.S. shows of 2019 on¬†November 13, 14 and 15¬†at New York's Mercury Lounge.¬†Tickets for this special engagement will go on sale this Friday, June 21.¬†¬†
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
Twenty20 Productions announces Timothy Allen Smith, the wordsmith behind 2016's record breaking, 'Love Jones The Musical,' is premiering a new stage play at The Beverly Hills Playhouse in September 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
The sumptuous and unforgettable romantic musical THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA makes its long-awaited London debut at the Royal Festival Hall, now through 5 July 2019.
by TV News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
Emmy(R) Award winner and Critics' Choice nominee Niecy Nash (When They See Us, Claws) is set to star in Kidnapped: The Kamiyah Mobley Story, the first movie greenlit by Lifetime under the Robin Roberts Presents movie and documentary banner. Executive produced by the award-winning journalist, production is currently underway and also stars Rayven Symone Ferrell (The Hate U Gave) and Ta'Rhonda Jones (Empire), in the true story of a young woman who discovers at age 18, she was abducted as a baby and the family she knew to be hers, wasn't hers at all. Set to premiere in 2020, the film will be followed by a companion documentary featuring the real-life people depicted in the movie.
by Virag Dombay - Jun 19, 2019
Broadwayworld's Brisbane editor Virag Dombay decided to sit down with actor Brodie Shelley to have a chat about her upcoming project Letters I Never Sent, which is playing at the 2019 Melt Festival at the Brisbane Powerhouse.
by Steve Murray - Jun 19, 2019
BWW Review: Jen Silverman's WINK at Marin Theatre Company explores the thin line between savagery and civilization.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2019
Following its Tony-nominated hit Broadway run at Studio 54 seen by tens of thousands, Tony Award winner John Leguizamo's one-man play LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS will launch its North American tour at the world famous Apollo Theater in Harlem, New York on June 20-21, 2019. The critically acclaimed production will continue to more than a dozen cities across North America including stops in Dallas, Durham, Hartford, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New Brunswick, Philadelphia, San Antonio and Washington, DC among others. A limited number of tickets for the Apollo engagement are still available. For more information, visit
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2019
Central Works summer season continues with Christina Gorman's political thriller, Roan @ The Gates, opening July 20 and running through August 18 (previews July 18 & 19). The production is directed by M. Graham Smith, positing in Gorman's words "If our government can access information from your present or your past, they can use it to get you to do what they want.  What's being collected and stored is not information, it's leverage."
by Sarah Hookey - Jun 18, 2019
San Francisco's Flyaway Productions is announcing the New York premiere of THE WAIT ROOM, a site-specific dance honoring women with incarcerated loved ones.
by Hayley Westwood - Jun 17, 2019
Grace, beauty, humor, anger, and love abound in CenterPoint Legacy's stunning rendition of MY FAIR LADY.
by Hayley Westwood - Jun 17, 2019
Whatever it is you're expecting from NUNSENSE A MUSICAL COMEDY, I have a feeling you'll be in for a surprise. It's energetic and interactive before you even step into the theatre.
by TV News Desk - Jun 17, 2019
BBC AMERICA is gearing up for a¬†Wild Summer, kicking off Saturday, June 29 with¬†Wild Life Week¬†¬Ė a full week of the network's celebrated natural history programming, including the Emmy¬ģ-winning¬†Planet Earth II¬†and¬†Blue Planet II, as well as the premiere of¬†Enchanted Kingdom, narrated by Idris Elba, closing out the week on Saturday, July 6 at 9pm/8c. Nature programming will continue every Saturday for the entire summer, including premieres of¬†Best of The Hunt¬†(Saturday, July 13 at 9pm/8c) and¬†Wild City: Singapore¬†(Saturday, July 27 at 9pm/8c), which are both narrated by Sir David Attenborough.
by TV News Desk - Jun 17, 2019
HISTORY's new nonfiction series 'The Strongest Man In History,' will send four of the world's leading strongmen on a journey across the world to seek out history's most legendary titans of strength, celebrate their feats of fortitude, immerse themselves in their history and attempt to break their long-standing records, some of which have endured for hundreds of years. During the seven-episode season premiering Wednesday, July 10 at 10PM ETPT, powerful strongmen will attempt insane acts of physicality including pulling a Viking war ship, strapping pianos on their back as they race down a street, rolling up frying pans with their bare hands and lifting 2,700lbs of people.
by Carolan Trbovich - Jun 16, 2019
A black millennial student verses a white baby boomer college professor in Urbanite's highly politically driven drama The Niceties.
by Linda Hodges - Jun 16, 2019
BWW's Linda Hodges talks with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley's founding artistic director Robert Kelley about winning the 2019 Regional Theatre Tony Award!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 16, 2019
The legendary all white French-inspired pop-up dinner has become THE culinary event of the year in the U.S. and cities around the world. A one-of-a-kind global phenomenon, this year over 130,000 food lovers, cultural enthusiasts and fashionistas will gather at an iconic secret locale in 80 cities spanning 30 countries.
by Greg Kerestan - Jun 16, 2019
Though the actual libretto is long past its expiration date, there's no denying that this nostalgic throwback is a great musical revue if nothing else.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2019
Internationally-acclaimed tenor Anthony Kearns will honor the legacy of 'Ireland's Golden Tenor' as he stars in the one-night-only musical tribute to the late Frank Patterson at Ireland's National Concert Hall in Dublin on Saturday, June 15, 2019 at 8 p.m.
by Andrea Stephenson - Jun 14, 2019
For a fresh experience of a musical that really took the theatre world by storm in the early 2000s, definitely take the time to see Rent: School Edition at DreamWrights. I have no doubt you will be impressed by the fearlessness, passion, and talent in this group of young performers.
by Barry Lenny - Jun 14, 2019
Dami Im brings a touch of class to the Cabaret Festival.
by Bruce Apar - Jun 13, 2019
When Lenny comes on stage at the start of the cunning and quirky play Companion Piece, he is nervously trying to knot a necktie while addressing an unseen person in the bedroom from which he just emerged. Her name is Rosemary.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 13, 2019
Scott Mescudi , better known by his stage name Kid Cudi has joined the growing cast of the much anticipated third installment of Bill & Ted. Mescudi joins previously announced cast Alex Winter, Keanu Reeves, William Sadler, Samara Weaving and Brigette Lundy-Paine. Mescudi has a significant role, though details are being kept under wraps. 
by Beth Leitman - Jun 13, 2019
BWW Review: Beautiful:The Carole King Musical
by BWW News Desk - Jun 13, 2019
In celebration of the 50th anniversary of its founding, Free Street Theater will stage "50 in 50: A City-Wide Theatrical Flash Mob," spanning Chicago's 50 wards to create a remarkable city-wide theatrical production. The company has brought together 10 multidisciplinary theater artists from across Chicago, including its own artists and ensembles, to lead teams of five to seven performers in creating short pieces to be presented as pop-up performances in each of Chicago's 50 wards.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 13, 2019
While most of his peers spent their time watching television and playing video games, Detroit, MI-raised artist WILLIAM BOLTON lived without these luxuries and instead kept himself busy delving into, and being influenced by, the city's monumental musical history and immersing himself in the Motown discography from the 60's and 70's. He used those sounds to create his own unique blend of soul, r&b, jazz, pop and disco as illustrated by throughout the various projects he's released over the last few years. A one-man force to be reckoned with, BOLTON is a multi-instrumentalist (piano, guitar, bass, drums),producer and singer/songwriter who has independently generated over 35 million streams and has appeared on several tours across theU.S. and Europe with acts including The Chainsmokers, Bryce Vine, Kyle, Frenship, Hoodie Allen, Cody Simpson and Shwayze, as well as festival appearances at SXSW, Firefly and Reeperbahn.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2019
INDECENT at Ahmanson Theatre is now on stage! What did the critics think? Read all the reviews! 'Indecent,' by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Paula Vogel, opened on June 9 at Center Theatre GroupAhmanson Theatre. Directed by Rebecca Taichmanin a co-production with Huntington Theatre Company, the Tony Award-nominated 'Indecent' will run through July 7, 2019.
by Gary Naylor - Jun 12, 2019
Anna Morrissey talks about her work as a movement director and the challenges of making her directing debut with Benjamin Britten's A Midsummer Night's Dream
by Ashley Steves - Jun 11, 2019
From stage to screen and everywhere in between, Liz Callaway's four-decades-long career has been non-stop. That includes numerous cabarets, and, hot off the heels of her hit solo show A HYMN FOR HER, Liz Callaway gets even hotter with SETS IN THE CITY, an eclectic mix of old and new favorites written by Stephen Sondheim, Stephen Schwartz, Burt Bacharach, and more.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2019
Author L.E. Frost is pleased to announce the promotion of her YA fantasy novel, Rose of the Alchemist.
by Aaron Wallace - Jun 11, 2019
But lest you worry that this isn't the full-fledged Yankovic stage experience, rest assured: you aren't missing out one bit. I've always said a 'Weird Al' show is like a series of music videos brought to life on stage. True to form, nearly each new song in STRINGS ATTACHED brings an elaborate costume change, with occasional video interstitials...
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2019
THE WHITE DRESS, written by Roger Q. Mason and directed and choreographed by Adin Walker will have a limited engagement Summer run, July 5-20 at the Access Theater, 380 Broadway. Based on the playwright's true-life experience, this is a genderqueer coming-of-age tale for the they/them generation.
by TV Scoop - Jun 11, 2019
Get all the scoop on ABC News' '20/20' Features Interview With Abby Hernandez, New Hampshire Teen Abducted in 2013, airing on ABC on Thursday, June 13, 2019!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2019
Now in rehearsals, Steppenwolf Theatre Company presents its first revival of the play that launched the theatre onto the national scene in 1982, True West, directed by ensemble member Randall Arney. 
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2019
Pocahontas will breathe new life into the story of America's first heroine. In this original telling, we meet Pocahontas just before she is set to leave her beloved home in Virginia to begin a new chapter with husband, John Rolfe, in England.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2019
Multi-million-selling recording star Vince Hill made a triumphant return to the stage on Tuesday 4 June, heading back to his home city of Coventry for a special farewell concert at the Belgrade Theatre. As well as celebrating the singer's 85th birthday year, the Vince Hill and Friends midday variety show also helped raise vital funds for the Belgrade's charitable work in the community.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2019
Pushcart Players, New Jersey's Emmy nominated and award-winning touring theater for young audiences, has received a generous grant from PNC Charitable Trusts / Lillian P. Schenck Trust Fund. In a grant ceremony early last month, the Fund made an investment to support theater education programs in underserved Northern New Jersey schools.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2019
WALTER ARLEN'S FIRST CENTURY, a documentary by Vienna-based filmmaker Stephanus Domanig, paints an affectionate and multifaceted picture of a musician exiled in 1938, who only got to see his works performed late in life.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 10, 2019
Horror director Jared Masters' new book 'Sunny Nightmare' now on Amazon