Little by Little

A love triangle performed entirely in song.

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Theatre at St. Peter's Church

(New York, NY)
Citicorp Center (619 Lexington Ave. at 54th St.)
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2018
The fact that rap music has been infiltrated and derailed is not news to any true hip-hop fans, but little by little comes a generation of Emcees putting it back on course and returning to lyrical skills and tight beats. Among them stands The ZYG 808 who has spent the summer as a part of The Phunk Hits 2018 tour, moving audiences with his dynamic stage show and ability to play drums and rhyme at the same time.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2018
Tony Award nominee Christiane Noll will bring her new solo show, Am I Losing My Mind, to Feinstein's at the Nikko onMonday, December 10 at 7 p.m. In this special one-night-only engagement, Noll will perform songs from Broadway shows that feature some of the greatest female characters of all-time, including Gypsy, Sweeney Todd, Dear Evan Hansen, Jekyll & Hyde, Grey Gardens, Follies, Next to Normal, and more.
by TV News Desk - Sep 30, 2019
Robert Plant is celebrating the second season of his hugely popular podcast, Digging Deep with Robert Plant, with the release of a very special limited edition 7'' singles box set. DIGGING DEEP includes 16 A-sides and rare B-sides spanning three decades, remastered versions available on vinyl for the first time. The eight-disc collection also features restored artwork from the original 7'' releases, packaged in a bespoke hardback book. DIGGING DEEP will be available worldwide via Plant's own EsParanza label on Friday, December 13; pre-orders are available now.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
Lockwood Productions and Fools & Kings today announce the full company of The Green Fairy. Jack Sain directs Julie Atherton (Jo), Harry F Brown (Toby), Georgina Hellier (The Green Fairy), Emma Kinney (Wendy), David Perkins (Daniel) and Emma Whittaker (Young Jo). The Green Fairy opens at the Union Theatre on 4 November, with previews from 30 October, and runs until 23 November.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2019
The Monmouth Community Players, along with marquis sponsor the Monmouth Federal Credit Union, are excited to announce the cast of the first show of their 28th season, Agatha Christie's THE MOUSETRAP. The show is being directed by Danny Gay of Monmouth and assistant directed by David Marshall of Monmouth. The rest of the production team include: producer Megan Record of Monmouth, costumer Ann Fairchild of Monmouth, publicist Josie French of Lewiston, and stage manager Noah Keneborus of Turner.
by TV News Desk - Sep 24, 2018
Kelly Ripa and Mark Consuelos hosted the Los Angeles LGBT Center's 49th Anniversary Vanguard Awards, honoring Emmy nominee, Grammy winner, philanthropist, and writer Ricky Martin, presented by The Assassination of Gianni Versace: American Crime Story co-star Max Greenfield, and philanthropist Ariadne Getty, who accepted their Vanguard Awards. Producer, writer, and director Greg Berlanti and his husband producer Robbie Rogers were also honored and received their awards from Love, Simon actor Nick Robinson.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2018
The Zarlengo Foundation proudly presents an evening of comedy with TERRY FATOR, LIVE at Bellco Theatre today, September 15th at 8pm. Tickets are $49.95 - $69.95 and go on sale Friday, March 2nd at 10am online at axs.com or charge by phone at 888-9-AXS-TIX.
by Marianka Swain - Oct 7, 2019
Composer, writer and actor Dave Malloy's work includes the Tony Award-winning Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Octet, and his upcoming adaptation of Moby-Dick - the latter directed by regular collaborator Rachel Chavkin and starring Malloy. This year, London also sees two of his shows: Preludes, soon to conclude its run at Southwark Playhouse, and Ghost Quartet, which plays at the new Boulevard Theatre from 24 October. 
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Oct 30, 2019
Based on the iconic novel by George Orwell, a?oe1984a?? is the story of Winston Smith, who has come to the attention of the state of Oceania, the authoritarian state. Initially written in 1949, meaning that it was projecting 35 years into the future at that time, it is uncanny, that, 35 years later, it is being presented yet once again, and, terrifyingly, it is probably more relevant than ever before. With the brutal soul-searching, diary-exposing help of four Party Members of a?oeThe Ministry of Truth,a?? and a maiming stun gun, Winston is forced to confess his Thoughtcrimes before an unseen questioner, and the audience (surrounding the square stage in the middle on all four sides; it's almost as if they are secretly witnesses and jury) is up close and personal witnessing the torture and depredation being dealt to Mr. Smith.
by Richard Sasanow - Oct 30, 2018
The traffic in midtown Manhattan was its usual horror at lunchtime last Friday--and Anna Netrebko was stuck in it. She was on the way to Cipriani 42nd Street, across from Grand Central Station, where the Metropolitan Opera Guild was celebrating the soprano at its 84th Annual Luncheon. Despite her delayed arrival, the soprano made some time to talk to me about her voice, her roles and what lies ahead--and, by the way, to be absolutely charming and laugh prodigiously in between her serious discussions about her voice and career.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2018
RECYCLED ILLUSIONS comes to Teatro de la Estacion, running Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 1, 2019
On Oct. 5 and 6, local teenagers will take over Payrow Plaza in Bethlehem to do battle with a mythological monster and conquer their fears and insecurities as they envision a great future.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2018
Nashville recording artist and Navy veteran Jared Ashley released a new single “Cherrybend.” “Cherrybend” is inspired by Operation Cherrybend, an annual event held in Wilmington, Ohio that strives to thank our nation's wounded veterans and to spread awareness about veterans' issues. The week-long event includes activities at Cherrybend Pheasant Farm and a country music concert at the Murphy Theatre. Ashley wrote “Cherrybend” along with Nashville-based singer-songwriter Rick Tiger. Tiger and Ashley wrote “Cherrybend” after spending a week with veterans at Cherrybend Pheasant Farm and debuted the song during the 2017 Operation Cherrybend concert. The country song is about how Cherrybend Pheasant Farm is a place of refuge and has a supportive community for veterans.
by Cindy Marcolina - Nov 30, 2019
During a fortuitous meeting at the edge of an abyss, two strangers contemplate the existential decisions that have lead them there. A Bench at the Edge is a sharp and uncompromising dark comedy that examines mental health and free will. Luigi Jannuzzi's distinctively Beckettian piece of theatre delivers a broad observation on attachment to their existence and loss of hope, while directly addressing the individual complexities that push people to suicide. Directed by Kasia Różycki, the play is quiet and, even in the sparse auditorium of the Tristan Bates Theatre, offers a cinematic atmosphere to the story.
by TV News Desk - Nov 27, 2018
Netflix continues to bet on local content and starts production in Barcelona of Hogar, a new original film that will be coming soon to Netflix users worldwide.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2018
The fifth season of New York Theatre Barn's Choreography Lab concludes on Monday, December 3rd, 2018 at 2pm at The Cell. Funded in part by a generous gift from the Amber Foundation, The Choreography Lab was created to elevate and expand the use of dance in musical theatre. It is also the only curated choreography platform where choreographers and writers collaborate to develop movement for new musicals during incubation. Director/Choreographer Shea Sullivan (R.R.R.E.D., Pageant!) will serve as the lab's guest moderator.
by Cindy Marcolina - Nov 2, 2019
Every year, thousands of playwrights respond to Papatango Theatre Company's call for their New Writing Prize. 2019 saw 1406 entries from across the UK and Republic of Ireland, from which only one was going to be chosen for a full production and a further commission from the company. The winner of this year's highly regarded and fairly ruthless competition is Samuel Bailey with his play Shook, which examines how three teenagers cope in a young offender institution after being shut away by the community.
by Linnae Medeiros - Nov 19, 2019
December 7th is going to be far from a typical Bikini Bottom day because The Spongebob Musical: Live On Stage! is coming to Nickelodeon! To celebrate and prepare you for the best day ever, we're looking back at some of the show's standout moments during its journey, from its out-of-town tryout in Chicago, to Broadway and beyond! Check it all out with the videos!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2018
Renowned director Radu Jude's ('Aferim!') haunting adaptation of M. Blecher's celebrated semi-autobiographical novel will have its DVD debut on Tuesday, December 18, 2018, from Big World Pictures. Winner of the Special Jury Prize at the Locarno International Film Festival, and Best Director at the Mar del Plata Film Festival, Scarred Hearts stars Lucian Teodor Rus in an extraordinary film debut, and co-stars Ivana Mladenovi? ('Soldiers') Serban Pavlu ('Aferim!') and Gabriel Spahiu ('I Do Not Care if We Go Down in History as Barbarians') in a mesmerizing and darkly comic adaptation of Blecher's novel.
by Rosanna Liuski - Nov 17, 2018
Interview with Ilkka Hamalainen who plays the title role of the Phantom of the Opera in the Finnish National Opera
by Stephen Sorokoff - May 3, 2018
Even though Sheldon Harnick was playing the violin in his High School's Gilbert & Sullivan productions… 'I could still hear the lyrics', he wrote in his alumni magazine of Northwestern University. Harnick continued, 'At that time I was turned on by the patter songs, so I began to familiarize myself with Gilbert and Sullivan. I was more fascinated by the virtuosity than anything else. Little by little, I also realized what a fine poet Gilbert was and how imaginative he was, even in the slower songs. So he became an enormous influence.'
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2018
The fifth edition of The Americas Film Festival of New York (TAFFNY), June 7-15, 2018, showcases feature films in fiction and documentary as well as shorts and animations that represent the rich diversity of cultures, languages and stories of the Americas. The Festival begins Thursday June 7, 6:30pm, at the Instituto Cervantes (211 East 49thStreet) with the New York premiere of Handia by Spanish directors Jon Garaño and Aitor Arregi. Handia, which means Giant in Basque language, is a touching drama about the tough life of mid-19th century traveling circus 'freaks'. 'An uneasy universe with complexity, subtlety, emotion and truth,' according to Carlos Boyero of the newspaper El Pais. The evening wraps up with a cocktail reception in the courtyard of Instituto Cervantes. All screenings are free and open to the public and foreign language films are subtitled in English.
by Kathleen Anwar - May 2, 2019
A troubled student and fearful educators in a time of school shootings- this is what sets the stage for Office Hour, a drama by Julia Cho.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2019
We are delighted to announce that European theatre company Ipazia Production will present a European premiere of Father as part of our spring season- a one-woman play written and performed by internationally-acclaimed Italian writer, actor and director Francesca Bartellini and directed by Susan Worsfold (The Gospel According to Jesus Queen of Heaven).
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 24, 2019
Today's subject Laura Giannarelli has been living her theatre life for many years now on both sides of the footlights. As a performer she just completed a star turn in Gulf View Drive at Washington Stage Guild (WSG), the company she helped found back in 1986. The company's current show Resolving Hedda runs through April 14th at their home at The Undercroft Theatre at Mount Vernon Place United Methodist Church.
by Cindy Marcolina - Mar 23, 2018
Kiss of the Spider Woman has taken the shape of a novel, a play, a film, a musical, and is now being adapted for the stage again by José Rivera and Allan Baker. Directed by Laurie Sansom, Manuel Puig's work becomes a story of acceptance and hope.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Mar 22, 2019
During the three-day MOVES Dance Festival held at the Montalban Theatre in Hollywood, the hard-working contemporary dance company Entity presented a fascinating work that they based on “The True Cost,” a documentary by Andrew Morgan about the garment and fashion industry and the effects of greed, fear, power and poverty it causes in our world. Through dance and sound, they have constructed a visual imagery of the inner workings of both a “sweatshop” environment, becoming parts of the machinery at times, overworked and working their hands to the bone at a frantic pace, and it then becomes a trying-on party for one very finicky customer, who is meant to signify consumers as a whole.
by TV News Desk - Mar 22, 2018
After critically acclaimed theatrical runs in New York, Los Angeles and other key markets nationwide, Antonio Tibaldi and Alex Lora's THY FATHER'S CHAIR is set to become available on key VOD platforms (iTunes, Amazon, and Kanopy) on March 30, 2018. The film is being released by No Permits Produktions in the United States. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2018
Tonight marks the opening of the world premiere of Old Fools by Tristan Bernays, a surprising, touching and often humorous tale about a couple, one of whom is living with Alzheimer's, and their enduring efforts to hold their relationship together through the years.
by TV News Desk - Mar 15, 2018
In the June of 2017, the stars of Lionsgate's fan favorite TV series Nashville took the stage at London's famed Royal Albert Hall, bringing the songs of the show to life. Eagle Rock Entertainment will deliver this concert on DVD and digital formats when Nashville In Concert At The Royal Albert Hall is released on April 27.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2018
This Friday, March 16, on his 40th birthday, legendary LA rapper MURS will be releasing his new LP, A Strange Journey Into The Unimaginable, the most personal body of work the MC has ever created.
by Cindy Marcolina - Mar 1, 2019
A dressing room of a West End theatre. Narcissus is putting makeup on as she starts to talk to a therapist of sorts who's sitting, in her mind, in a corner.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2018
On May 31st, Rich Little, arguably the most famous impressionist in the world, was honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce during their Hollywood Hero ceremony with the Johnny Grant Award, along with Diahann Carroll (receiving the Mary Pickford Award).  
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2019
Playwright Leda Siskind is proud to confirm multi-award-winning director Amanda Conlon will be at the helm of her world premiere The Surveillance Trilogy.  The production will open September 19, 2019, at Theatre 40, located in the Reuben Cordova Theatre, 241 South Moreno Dr., Beverly Hills, CA. 90212.  
by Rosanna Liuski - Jul 1, 2019
A small moment of silence and a giving of a rhythm and the music starts to bang at Taabori: the huge ensemble and all of the actors gather up in front of us, mouths from the biggest to the smallest ones opening up widely as they sing the Joutomiehia Useless men -song.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2019
Acclaimed singer and songwriter ABIAH will headline two very different performances, on Friday, February 15, and Saturday, February 16, at 9:30 p.m. at Joe's Pub, 425 Lafayette St., New York, NY 10003. His Friday night show will be dedicated to music from his 2017 release ABIAH sings NINA, a tribute to the music of the late soul icon Nina Simone. For more information on tickets for ABIAH sings Nina, click here. The Saturday evening performance will preview material from his forthcoming album tribute to one of pop's most influential superstars: Madonna.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2019
The second concert of Orchestra of St. Luke's 2018-2019 Carnegie Hall Series will take place on Thursday, February 28 at 8:00 PM at Carnegie Hall's Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage. Principal Conductor Bernard Labadieleads the ensemble in a program bookended by works of Haydn: the Overture to the music-drama L'isola disabitata and Symphony No. 45 in F-sharp Minor, "Farewell."Guest Artist Paul Lewis makes his Carnegie Hall concerto debut performing Beethoven's Piano Concerto No. 2 in B-flat Major, Op. 19 and soprano Ying Fang will sing the aria "Non temer, amato bene," K. 490 from the 1786 Vienna version of Mozart's Idomeneo.
by Student Blogger: Kelsie Davis - Feb 5, 2019
Over the past decade, theatre has continually challenged me. There are always the inner challenges of trusting my instincts, being open to express myself, and working through failures. I am currently in my senior year of college, and in the past four years, I have also been challenged in new positions within the theatre.
by Sophia Lambton - Feb 19, 2019
If there are golden voices, the instrument of Elina Garanca isn't among them. Dusky like a claret, the mezzo-soprano's pervasive, pure timbre emerges with the strength of a tree bark; equally, the luscious lilt of gently pouring molten bronze.
by Tory Gates - Feb 18, 2019
'...there's 10,000 people trying to get through that door at one time, and one or two sneak through. It's always been that way...good stuff always rises, the cream rises; music finds its way.”
by Cindy Marcolina - Dec 6, 2019
Charles Dickens's A Christmas Carol places Ebenezer Scrooge centre-stage, shoving all its female characters to the side in an attempt to paint a deeply unfair and harrowing picture of London's Victorian society. The protagonist has been an immovable presence in theatres around Christmas time from the same year the novella was published, establishing Scrooge as a historically male role. That is, until now.
by Derek McCracken - Dec 6, 2019
Dark, deep, mysterious and moving, Near to the Wild Heart echoes the voice and valor of the award-winning 1943 novel by Jewish-Brazilian author Clarice Lispector. Like the digital aquatic imagery that often spans the upstage perimeter, the play ebbs and flows through one woman's interior and exterior selves as she reflects on the reality of her relationships.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2018
RECYCLED ILLUSIONS comes to Teatro de la Estacion, running Dec. 1 and Dec. 2. 
by TV News Desk - Aug 27, 2018
Skyline Entertainment and Steel House Productions are proud to announce the day and date release of Tom Nagel's The ToyBox, starring Denise Richards ('The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills', Starship Troopers, The World is Not Enough) and Mischa Barton ('The O.C.', The Sixth Sense).  Reuniting the team behind 2016's ClownTown, Nagel's supernatural thriller follows an ill-fated family on a road trip intended to bring them back together, but the possessed RV they're traveling in may destroy them all.  
by Cindy Marcolina - Aug 16, 2019
A woman's interest with a cheating couple she sees on her train almost on a daily basis takes a drastic turn when her involvement exposes her brutal childhood and aversion to doing good. Little by little, The Woman (Zoe Cunningham) is revealed to be a cold-blooded sociopath with an obsession with social media and her audience become the enablers of her actions.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2018
The New York Gilbert and Sullivan Players will honor Tony Award- Winning lyricist and NYGASP Honorary Board member, Sheldon Harnick as part of their Spring Gala Wednesday, May 2nd (6PM) at The Players Club (16 Gramercy Park South.)
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2019
Following the release of last month's single 'Right Side Of Heartbreak (Wrong Side Of Love),' The Waterboys released today the video for 'Where The Action Is,' the title track and new single from their forthcoming album out May 24th via Cooking Vinyl.