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Mixed Emotions - 1993 - Broadway

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John Golden Theatre

(New York, NY)
252 West 45th St.
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by TV News Desk - Sep 25, 2017
Alex Karpovsky & Teddy Blanks Launch Short Film Series About Therapy, SHRINK Featuring Successful Artists Recounting Their Experiences, Series Premieres on National Psychotherapy Day
by TV News Desk - Sep 24, 2018
 International superstar Celine Dion has announced today that more than 15 years after the premiere of her first critically-acclaimed Las Vegas residency, her second production Celine at The Colosseum at Caesars Palace will come to an end on June 8, 2019. Tickets for the final performance and additional 2019 show dates (Feb. 26 through Mar. 16 and May 14 through June 8) will go on sale to the public beginning Friday, Sept 28 at 10 a.m. PST. 
by Barry Lenny - Sep 2, 2017
If you are in Sydney, be sure to catch this show
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Oct 8, 2019
Body Traffic is a world-renown contemporary dance company, based in Los Angeles, and is The Wallis's 2019/20 Company-in-Residence.  A perfect match-up with the Wallis's imaginative and varied program schedule for the year. Lillian Barbeito and Tina Finkelman Burkett, the Artistic Directors, founded BODYTRAFFIC in 2007. They have nurtured this company for twelve years and it shows.  The entire company has evolved into something vital, representing many current issues on the minds of everyone these days.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2017
From drumming to all girl bands to honky tonking, singer/songwriter/musician Jean Caffeine has lived nine fascinating lives.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2017
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2017
To celebrate the release of 'Sadie Saturday Nite', her first record since 2011's 'Geckos in the Elevator', Jean will be performing her one woman show about a drummer in an all-girl band, tomorrow, 10/26 at The Slipper Room
by TV News Desk - Oct 18, 2019
With early praise from ELLE, Billboard, NYLON and more for her raw and relatable storytelling, Nashville songwriter and singer Emily Weisband has today released her debut EP Identity Crisis, out now on Warner Records. Emily has written for or with pop superstars like Camila Cabello, BTS and Halsey, Noah Cyrus; Christian mainstays such as Natalie Grant and Danny Gokey; country's finest in Dan + Shay, Tim McGraw and Faith Hill; and already has a GRAMMY® Award to her name as co-writer of “Thy Will” for Hillary Scott and The Scott Family. But today, it's about telling her own story. Identity Crisis is Emily's manifesto of sorts: she voices the universal experience of discovering who you are while embracing the uncertainty of identity, employing fiercely candid lyrics and tapping into her wealth of multi-genre songwriting experience to drive her fresh pop sound. Emily elaborates:
by Barry Lenny - Oct 13, 2019
This production is one more winner for the Guild.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Oct 10, 2019
Saturday, September 27-29, 2019 The Los Angeles Youth Ballet's Artistic Director, Andrea Paris-Gutierrez, introduced the program for the evening, giving a warm welcome to the audience. The first half of the 'bill' was entitled 'Mixed Motions.'  Talented Choreographer Cedric Dodd, mounting his work on the company members of the Youth Ballet, gives a fantastic opportunity for these young Company members, getting to learn different styles of choreography, then performing it, in their growth as dancers.  
by BWW News Desk - Nov 10, 2017
On November 17, 2017, American Modern Recordings will release the world premiere recording of Robert Paterson's Three Way, a 'titillating and clever' (Time Out New York) trio of one-act operas for eight singers and chamber orchestra. Exploring the possible future and the eternal questions of love, sex, and need with Robert Paterson's strikingly sonorous ensemble writing (Opera magazine) and David Cote's witty, perceptive libretto (New York Observer), Three Way is clearly the kind of three way worth having (Parterre Box). Co-produced by Nashville Opera and American Opera Projects, the work received its world premiere January 27-29, 2017, in Nashville, and its New York premiere June 15-18 at BAM.
by Barry Lenny - May 10, 2019
A challenging piece that, no doubt, will please audiences.
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2019
Skylight Music Theatre will host CelebRAYtionhonoring Artistic Director Ray Jivoff on Thursday, June 13, beginning at 5 p.m. in the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
by Walter McBride - Mar 9, 2019
BroadwayWorld reported last week that Katherine Helmond, the Tony-nominated and Emmy-nominated actress, passed away February 23 of Alzheimer's complications at her home in Los Angeles. She was 89. Today, BroadwayWorld is remembering Helmond with a look back into our photo archives.
by TV News Desk - Mar 28, 2019
Underground visionary John Digweed continues his acclaimed 'Live In…' mix compilation series with 'Last Night at Output,' commemorating the ultimate closing set at the Brooklyn clubbing institution. Recorded live on New Year's Eve 2018, fans of John Digweed, underground dance music, the club, and those who were in attendance can now celebrate this night in dance music history with this special musical memento and collector's item. Featuring over 70 tracks played throughout the 10-hour set, the album will include tracks from Âme, Agoria, Cassy, Claude VonStoke, Dixon, François K, Hot Since 82, John Digweed, Laurent Garner, OXIA, Steve Bug, The Drifter, and many more. Out on Bedrock Records on May 3, 2019, the compilation album will be released in a limited edition 6xCD box set, 4-set vinyl package, and for the ultimate dance music collectors, an extremely limited signed and numbered vinyl release will be available, pre-orders are available now.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2019
Lila Gold's sound echoes the past while having one foot planted 5 minutes into the future. There's an air of edge that clings to her, shining through in her new single 'Happy Idiot', a song she wrote with a shadow over her back, a flighty and restless weight.
by Student Blogger: Griffin DeVries - Mar 13, 2018
At my last District Competition, I had the pleasure of performing a Small Group Musical entitled 9 Peoples Favorite Thing from the musical, Title of Show. When choosing pieces to take to competition, this song spoke to me because it relies on one simple message: to have confidence in yourself even when others don't believe in you.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2017
In a recent interview with The Guardian, Nathan Lane spoke out about more than a few things going on in the world and in his life. Lane is currently prepping to star as Roy Cohn in National Theatre's production of ANGELS IN AMERICA.
by TV News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
Katherine Helmond, the Tony-nominated and Emmy-nominated actress, has passed away February 23 of Alzheimer's complications at her home in Los Angeles, according to Deadline. She was 89.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2017
Alexander's musical forefathers take centre stage in this more roots-inflected jazz style. Musicians Mac Mackenzie, Abdullah Ibrahim and Robbie Jansen have done a lot to give this a noteworthy place in the jazz spectrum.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2020
With his upcoming new album 'Mixed Emotions' looming on the horizon, Hawaiian born Emcee/Producer Nohokai has released the second single 'Limitless' featuring Apathy across all digital platforms today
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2020
Hawaiian born Emcee/Producer Nohokai has announced details for the upcoming release of his upcoming new album 'Mixed Emotions' via Perfect Time Music Group on July 17th, 2020.
by Matt Hanson - Jun 12, 2017
A rare event at Fulya Sanat, home of Istanbul State Opera and Ballet's Modern Dance Theater Istanbul (MDTist), is the Mini-Fest, last produced for the stage in 2014, it returned 23-24 May last week with two technique classes, three workshops, a special show and six performances of new choreography. 
by TV News Desk - Jul 30, 2020
Today, The Rolling Stones announced details of their previously unreleased 1989 concert film Steel Wheels Live – Atlantic City, New Jersey.
by Kelsey Lawler - Jul 25, 2019
This Anastasia is impeccably performed, gorgeously rendered, and entertaining to be sure. Still, to me, the new songs don't soar alongside the old ones. I wonder how I'd feel if I didn't already know those old songs by heart. That's the risk the show's creators took in translating Anastasia for Broadway.
by Barry Lenny - Jul 17, 2019
A welcome revisiting to this American classic.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center has announced that, after 16 years with the organization, CEO/Producer Preston Whiteway will depart in August 2020.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 20, 2020
In 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court handed a narrow victory to a Christian baker from Colorado who refused for religious reasons to make a wedding cake for a gay couple. Hailing from a conservative North Carolina background, playwright Bekah Brunstetter is personally familiar with people like Della, the protagonist of THE CAKE, and ideally positioned to protect her and defend her humanity, while also setting her on a path to self-reflection and change. Although the story may be ripped from the headlines, Brunstetter tells it from the perspectives of a quartet of ordinary, yet multi-faceted characters, each of whom comes with a strong set of beliefs.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017
Long Wharf Theatre, under the director of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, presents Endgame, by Samuel Beckett, directed by Edelstein. The play runs from January 5 through February 5, 2017 on Stage II. Tickets start at $29.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 8, 2019
Gabrielle C. Archer has joined the cast of David Heron's Against His Will- The Staged Reading, and readily admits the character she will play is completely unlike anything she has ever done before.
by TV News Desk - Feb 25, 2020
'At the time when I was writing 'Cursed,' I was feeling defeated and I was dealing with a lot of mixed emotions,' Posa shares about the new release. 'Everything was going wrong, 'I was cursed.' I needed people to see my words instead of hearing them, so I shot the video as if it was going on right then in the most common small place, a hotel.'
by Rachel Weinberg - Feb 15, 2019
Both profoundly moving and profoundly disturbing, DEAR EVAN HANSEN is one of the most deeply troubling musicals I've seen. I left DEAR EVAN HANSEN with a swirl of mixed emotions. The musical is a meditation on social media and how it makes the social isolation and challenges of high school all the more difficult.
by TV News Desk - Dec 4, 2019
Grammy- and Latin Grammy-nominated artist Kali Uchis debuts a new song, “Solita,” today. Produced by Tainy (J Balvin, Bad Bunny), the track is Uchis' first bilingual single.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 29, 2017
'The Collected Works of Cassie Randall,' directed by Michael Raabe, will play at The Company Onstage Todays and Saturdays, December 29 to January 6, at 8 pm.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 13, 2018
Growing up in a small Southern town with fewer than 1,000 people, the prevalent thoughts tend to be centered on how to get out of that stifling, archly conservative community, in order to search for the proverbial greener pastures and to find like-minded people who will make you feel more "at home" with yourself and in your own skin. While that may well be the honest-to-God true story of my youth, nonetheless it always startles me when my emotions are stirred up by a stage musical set in the years long before my birth, with a show that fairly reverberates with the heart and soul, memories and nostalgia usually associated with a trip back home.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2017
'The Collected Works of Cassie Randall,' directed by Michael Raabe, will play at The Company Onstage Fridays and Saturdays, December 29 to January 6, at 8 pm.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2018
Skylight Music Theatre Artistic Director Ray Jivoff announced today that he will leave his position as of June 29, 2019. This marks 20 years on the staff of the company, 30 years since he first performed with Skylight and will follow soon after his 65th birthday.
by Jade Kops - Aug 30, 2019
Under Mitchell Butel's direction, Tony Kushner (book and lyrics) and Jeanine Tesori's (music) CAROLINE, OR CHANGE contemplates the shifting social landscape of America in 1963.
by TV News Desk - Aug 10, 2020
Today, Austin, TX duo Hovvdy have released 'I'm Sorry,' a new single co-produced by Andrew Sarlo. Stacking on Will Taylor's growing pop sensibility, 'I'm Sorry' carves a beat around the artist's hollowed-out, echoing vocals.
by Gil Kaan - Apr 8, 2019
Antaeus Theatre Company's 2018 Southern California premiere of NATIVE SON has been chosen as the third and final production of Center Theatre Group's BLOCK PARTY 2019, beginning April 18, 2019 at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Nambi E. Kelley's adaptation of Richard Wright's classic novel Native Son will be reprised with its entire original Antaeus cast of nine, again with director Andi Chapman at its helm. I had the chance to ask some delving questions of Jon Chaffin, who portrays NATIVE SON's most integral character, Bigger Thomas.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 6, 2017
Abrons Arts Center will present the world premiere of 2016 Guggenheim Fellow Christina Masciotti's newest work, Raw Bacon from Poland.
by Greg Kerestan - Apr 5, 2017
Parsing the real from the unreal, and the cathartic from the callous, makes Melissa Hill Grande's production of the Greek tragedy a unique, almost interactive, viewing experience.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 25, 2018
Whenever The Rolling Stones do anything, they do it with quality and gravitas. Having defined rock'n'roll in the '60s, The Rolling Stones entered their imperial phase in 1971 with Sticky Fingers. What followed is a run of albums that couldn't have happened at any other time, by any other band: the decadent excess of Exile On Main St, the Jamaican voodoo swamp of Goats Head Soup, the disco and punk-infused prowl of Some Girls. With each new decade, the Stones evolved while staying true to their roots, coming full circle in 2016 with Blue & Lonesome, a love letter to their first inspiration: the blues. Today, The Rolling Stones and UMe announce 'The Studio Albums Vinyl Collection 1971-2016,' a brand new limited edition vinyl box set collection, featuring 15 albums across 20 LPs released on June 15 2018 and available to pre-order here. View the unboxing trailer here.
by Larry O'Brien - Apr 24, 2018
The Gamm Theatre closes its fifteen year run in Pawtucket with Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT, so it was with mixed emotions that I turned right onto Exchange St. last Saturday, for the last time to be squeezed into the lyric, little bandbox of a theater. Fear not, theatergoers, they're not going away, just going to Warwick, where I trust they will continue to produce some of the most entertaining, interesting and thought provoking theater you can find. They chose to go out with Shakespeare and once again have found a new way to look at a play and led us to a new way to look at reality. It's what they do there.
by Gil Kaan - Apr 22, 2017
Not a single weak link in JTK Productions' powerful, pitch-perfect RABBIT HOLE, playwright David Lindsay-Abaire's 2007 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama. The strong cast of five sleekly directed by Eric Hunicutt vividly illustrates Lindsay-Abaire's tale of a family coping with the accidental loss of their little boy Danny.
by Barry Lenny - Apr 21, 2017
These magnificent operas have a shorter than usual run, so hurry to buy your tickets.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2018
Court Theatre's Chief Executive Philip Aldridge today announced his resignation after thirteen years in the role. However he will not be lost to the arts, as he is taking on the role of Chief Executive for The Arts Centre.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2018
It is with mixed emotions that Third Rail Repertory Theatre's Board of Directors announces the departure of Founding Artistic Director, Scott Yarbrough. Yarbrough is leaving Third Rail after a 15-year tenure at the company. 'Fifteen years is a long time in any position and the time is right for me to pursue other possibilities,' said Yarbrough.