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by TV News Desk - Sep 6, 2019
Today, Brooklyn singer-songwriter Ana Egge releases her new album Is It the Kiss via StorySound Records. To celebrate, Ana has record release shows at the Caveat in New York City on 9/8 (RSVP required) and at Philadelphia Folksong Society on 9/20. She'll have a 7-piece band behind her at The Caveat show which will include Alec Spiegelman, Scott Colberg (Calexico), and Rachel Price (Lake Street Dive). Ana will also be at AmericanaFest playing her official showcase on 9/14 as well as Missing Piece Group's 10-year Anniversary party on 9/12.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
Norwalk's Stepping Stones Museum for Children is about to enter its 'Silly Season' and we're really okay with that. In fact, silly dillyness will rule the day on Saturday, September 28 when Weston resident and Emmy-nominated songwriter Alan Katz presents the world premiere of The Silly Dilly Musical: Back To School Edition at our award-winning children's museum. The Silly Dilly Musical: Back To School Edition is the first of a series of exclusive Silly Dilly performances at Stepping Stones.
by Neil Shurley - Sep 25, 2020
'There is minimal staging, which allows the text of the play and the broader themes of inclusion, community, and healing to play to the audience.'
by Jim Munson - Sep 22, 2020
42nd Street Moon, San Franciscoa??s venerable theatre company dedicated to celebrating and preserving the art of the American musical, is about to launch a paid virtual subscription series called MoonBeams. Consisting of five very different and highly entertaining shows, the series will run from September 28th to November 26th, 2020. Highlights include Michael Patrick Gaffneya??s funny and touching The Oldest Living Cater Waiter, Moona??s popular Broadway Flipped evening where favorite Moon performers get the chance to sing songs from roles they would otherwise never get the chance to play, and a final show to kick off the holiday season, Home (literally) for the Holidays. Subscriptions, single stream tickets and additional information are available at BroadwayWorld catches up with Daniel Thomas, who shares Executive Director duties at Moon with Daren A.C. Carollo, to learn a more about the series and check in on how he and Moon are weathering the myriad difficulties that seem to be hitting us without end in 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 21, 2020
Lachlan Goudiea??s forthcoming exhibition at The Scottish Gallery presents a new collection of works, inspired by places that are, or at least may have recently felt far far away. The works bring fairy tales to life, with landscapes and still lifes that are designed to make you daydream.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2019
Seattle Youth Symphony Orchestra (SYSO), one of the largest youth orchestra training programs in the United States, welcomes their new music director, Juan Felipe Molano. He was raised in Colombia and moves to the Seattle area from (after five years with Youth Orchestra Los Angeles). His first of three Benaroya Hall concerts will be November 17, 2019.
by Charles Shubow - Oct 29, 2019
Leslie Odom, Jr. ascended to international fame by originating the role of 'Arron Burr' in the hit musical HAMILTON and won a Tony for Best Actor in a Musical in 2016. He will be joining the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra for a one night only concert, Nov. 1, 2019. Coincidentally, that is also the date of the film HARRIET opens in which he has a leading role. On November 8 his newest album will be released.
by Jeffrey Scott - Oct 23, 2019
Broadway veteran Scott Waara has made a career of playing heartfelt characters and bringing something personal to each and every part he plays. Currently performing in 3-D Theatricals production of 'Once, The Musical', Waara re-creates the role he has performed (now for the 3rd time) and I had a chance to sit down with him and chat about life, family, and his history with 'Once, The Musical'.
by Brady Schwind - Oct 18, 2019
Tom Wopat begins a series of Wednesday night concerts at the intimate Beach Cafe on October 23
by Don Grigware - Nov 8, 2019
Actor Burt Grinstead gained recognition in Los Angeles for his terrific performance in Deathtrap at LGBTQ and later in The Rope at Actors Co-op. He formed his own production company and produced and co-starred in Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, which he also adapted with his partner Anna Stromberg. They won top prize at the Hollywood Fringe Festival in 2018. Grinstead is currently preparing to open as Richard the Lionheart in The Lion in Winter at Laguna Playhouse this Sunday November 10. In our conversation he talks about the play in depth and lays bare his passion for the acting profession.
by The Marriage Matinee - Nov 24, 2019
Audience members of all ages hurried eagerly into Beef & Boards on Saturday night, my wife and I included, with dreams of a fun evening ahead but unsure of what would take place. We've all seen the movie, especially with being from Indiana. The orchestra began to play the overture, and the show began. We quickly found out that the next two hours would be filled with hilarity and delight. From the very first song, Counting Down to Christmas, we knew that we would be in good hands watching A CHRISTMAS STORY: THE MUSICAL.
by Brooke Yunis - Nov 12, 2019
Composer and film conductor John Beal took the time to speak with us about his career and Rocketman: Live in Concert.
by TV News Desk - Nov 11, 2019
International star Morgan Evans is sporting some new bling with the release of his latest single 'Diamonds', available everywhere now.
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 1, 2019
Joe Radosevich has been with ?oello, the first of its kind wine purifier to remove sulfites, since its 2015 Kickstarter launch and is the company's Chief Technology Officer. His development of ?oello's online sales channels and digital infrastructure brings ?oello to marketplaces worldwide.
by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2019
Civic leaders Timothy and Lee Radden hosted an elegant community event for clients of the Timothy E. Radden Wealth Management firm and their guests for the Black Theatre Troupe's opening weekend of 'Simply Simone,' on April 13, 2019 at the Helen K. Mason Performing Arts Center, 1333 E. Washington St., Phoenix.
by Marina Kennedy - May 11, 2019 had the pleasure of interviewing Chef Adam Lathan about his career and The Gumbo Bros in Brooklyn for our 'Chef Spotlight.'
by Charles Shubow - Mar 7, 2019
When I saw the Baltimore Symphony SuperPops would be featuring vocalist Christina Bianco I had no idea what she would be like. Then I started to hear from people who actually have seen her in concert and raved about her. It became quite clear it would be necessary for me to see this musician for myself.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 22, 2019
The Last Kingdom actor will perform as the warrior king in Loveday Ingram's Henry V between 26 July - 25 August. This summer marks the ten-year anniversary of the award-winning theatre, produced by Storyhouse.
by Katie Laban - Mar 19, 2019
Love always deserves another chapter. Or at least that is the theme of Neil Simon's 1978 Tony Award winning play, Chapter Two, that St. Dunstan's Theatre Guild of Cranbrook is opening up this week with in Bloomfield Hills. George is deeply is saddened by the death of his wife of 12 years and urged by his brother, Leo, to start dating again. After Leo arranges some disastrous blind dates, George meets Jennie and they fall in love and marry - after two weeks of dating! The romantic comedy explores what it means to truly love someone and if you can find a soul mate more than one life your life. BroadwayWorld Detroit had a chance to speak with Paul Dorset, the director of Chapter Two, on this lesser known Neil Simon play, why it is special, and how it can bring joy to audiences - just like it brought joy to Paul when he first encountered it. Plus, if the comedy in this interview is any inkling of the amusement we can expect from Paul's cast in Chapter Two, we know we are in for lots of laughter in the show!
by Adrienne Proctor - Mar 18, 2020
Part five of the GOING DARK interview series includes an arts writer who lost his job in the wake of COVID-19, along with two actors who've suffered a similar fate. The world waits in isolation while theatres around the country shut their doors indefinitely. These are the real stories behind COVID-19. This is GOING DARK.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2019
Raue Center For The Arts is proud to announce it has received a grant from the Community Foundation for McHenry County (MCCF) to support its Veterans Program, which aims to embrace, engage and encourage the local veteran community through the power of the arts.
by Gil Kaan - Jun 26, 2019
As part of their TENTH ANNIVERSARY TOUR, the multi-lauded The Texas Tenors will perform a one-nighter at Feinstein's at Vitello's June 28, 2019. From their illustrious debut on America's Got Talent in 2009; JC Fisher, Marcus Collins and John Hagen have won three Emmys for their first PBS special, released chart-topping albums, and sang in over 1,300 concerts worldwide. I seized the opportunity to quiz these talented songsters during the week of their Feinstein's at Vitello's gig.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2019
Today, Washington, DC-based alt-pop powerhouse Heather Mae unleashed 'Be Not Afraid,' a new single and video from her forthcoming LP GLIMMER. The video, a tribute to Pride Month, features J. Harrison Ghee, the star of Broadway musical Kinky Boots, along with other LGBTQ+ dancers and actors. 'After our wedding, my wife and I came face to face with homophobia from someone close to us. I can't explain that emotional pain,' Mae explains of the song's inspiration. 'The thing that got us through was our accepting friends and family who looked at us and told us that our love is not wrong. 'Be Not Afraid' pays homage to the LGBTQ+ community and the struggles we have faced to be ourselves. LGBTQ+ love is so beautiful. That's all I wanted to capture with this video,' Mae says. 'The beauty and bravery.'
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2019
The Greenville Theatre cast and crew of Catch Me If You Can were in for a treat on Sunday June 2, 2019 when immediately following their performance they learned Frank Abagnale, Jr. was in attendance and would soon be joining them for pictures and to answer questions.
by Cristina Pla-Guzman - Jun 14, 2019
Miami is thrilled to welcome one of our own Nick Duckart performing in the national tour of COME FROM AWAY, a Broadway musical about the true story of the small town that welcomed the world after 9/11 when the world stopped. On 9/12, their stories moved us all. COME FROM AWAY will make its Miami debut at the Center's Ziff Ballet Opera House for a limited engagement on June 18 - 23, 2019. Nick Duckart was born and raised in Hialeah, FL, attended Hialeah High School, New World School of the Arts and the University of Florida and still has family in the area. Nick reminisces as we talk about his humble beginnings in Hialeah that shaped him into who he is today.
by TV News Desk - Jul 22, 2020
John Lodge bass guitarist, vocalist, and songwriter for The Moody Blues has released a new single In These Crazy Times (Isolation mix). The track is available to download on Amazon, iTunes, and all usual streaming services.
by Charles Shubow - Jan 31, 2020
You only have until Sunday night, Feb. 2 to this Tony Award winning musical.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 28, 2020
The creator, emcee and star of THE LINEUP WITH SUSIE MOSHER sits down with Stephen Mosher to discuss her life, the highs and lows of a career in show business, and the moment in her life that has been the best: today.
by Brooke Yunis - Jan 26, 2020
Matt Novack, who composed Adult Swim's Childrens Hospital, took the time to speak with us about his work on Netflix's spinoff, Medical Police.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2019
The Australian Discovery Orchestra, the world's first solely digital streaming orchestra, has just launched 16 STORIES - a worldwide online vocal competition.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2019
Independent New York Country music artist, Ken Wilber, released the lyric video today for his new single, “You've Gone To My Head,” simultaneously on his YouTube channel and premiered the video on Facebook. Watch the video here.
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Feb 26, 2019
by Larry O'Brien - Feb 25, 2019
This weekend at Veterans Memorial Auditorium, the Festival Ballet Providence danced MIRRORS, which is really three short modern ballets- 1934's 'Serenade' with music by Tchaikovsky and choreography by George Ballentine; 'Coma' with music by Arvo Part and choreography by Viktor Plotnikov from 2007; and 'Smoke and Mirrors' from 2016 with music by Lucas Vidal and choreography by Yury Yanowsky. Right now, my spell check is going crazy. 'The concept of reflection inspired this program,' said Mihailo (Misha) Djuric, Artistic Director of FBP, adding, 'Each ballet highlights the dynamic nature of contemporary choreography. By combining these three different pieces, we hope to introduce new audiences to the emotional and transformative power of dance.' When Festival Ballet performs, pay attention-it's a limited time offer.
by Sean Fallon - Feb 15, 2020
NEWSIES in Westport is a must-see masterpiece! A combination of local talent and Broadway talent help create a moving show that touches the hearts of all the viewers! I highly recommend this show!
by Charles Shubow - Feb 14, 2020
Inspiring musical by Angelica Cheri and Ross Baum examines race, family and identity in the Wild West.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Feb 12, 2019
Garrett Millerick blogs for BroadwayWorldUK about bringing his 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Sunflower to London's Soho Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 11, 2019
In late January, Creative Cauldron was honored with a Dominion Energy ArtStars Award for our performing and visual arts education programs serving multi-generational students. Creative Cauldron was one of five non-profit organizations across Virginia to be recognized as 2019 Dominion Energy ArtStars for inspiring people of all ages in creative endeavors. Each organization received a Shining Star award and a $10,000 grant to use towards their winning arts or cultural education program. Hunter Applewhite, President of the Dominion Energy Charitable Foundation, presented the award during the annual Art Works for Virginia conference sponsored by the Virginia Commission for the Arts.
by Debbie Hall - Feb 10, 2020
Monsters, ghouls, ghosts, creatures, and things that go bump in the night have always fascinated people. One of them is Tom Devlin, who now owns and operates Tom Devlin's Monster Museum in Boulder City, Nevada. Judith O'Dea, one of the stars of the scary film, Night of the Living Dead, will make an appearance at Tom Devlin's Monster Museum on Feb. 15.
by Benjamin Tomchik - Dec 3, 2019
In Arena Stage's Dear Jack, Dear Louise, Jake Epstein is not only talking about another period, but another form of communication, one long since forgotten by society a?' letters.
by Courtney Symes - Dec 17, 2019
Christmas is a time that evokes many different feelings. For some, like me, the stress of finding the perfect gifts is balanced with the coziness of having everyone at home enjoying our family traditions. Warm fires, hot cocoa, maybe seeing a production of The Nutcracker or A Christmas Carol, and enjoying the company of those we don't see but a few times a year. Of course, I am always open to exploring new traditions and this year I am particularly excited to experience the lauded Irish Christmas in America. It was started in 2005 by popular Sligo fiddler Oisin Mac Diarmada and boasts talented musicians, singers, and dancers Niamh Farrell, Seamus Begley, Samantha Harvey, Sean Gavin, and Grainne Hambly. Broadway World Sacramento spoke to Mac Diarmada about his whirlwind annual tour, Irish traditions, and how the upcoming show in Sacramento falls on a very special day. Nollaig Shona dhaoibh! Merry Christmas to you!
by Kathleen Anwar - Dec 10, 2019
Charming, delightful, and dedicated to excellence, David Payne is encroaching upon his 1000th performance as C.S. Lewis in his play, An Evening with C.S. Lewis. 
by Nicholas Adler - Aug 24, 2020
The voice was just as bright and clear, but belonged to the super-talented Broadway actress, Capathia Jenkins. She was singing her heart out about the love she has for the children of Covenant House in New York City.
by Brooke Yunis - Aug 20, 2019
Two-time Emmy-nominated editor, Tom Jarvis, took the time to speak with us about his editing process for The Late Late Show with James Corden and editing unscripted television.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2020
BroadwayWorld has already shared a list of songs to keep you inspired during these trying times, as well as exclusive daily content from some of your favorite Broadway stars. Now, we're bringing you some musical inspiration straight from the stars themselves! What are they listening to to stay sane? Find out below!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2019
We've caught Tony fever here at BroadwayWorld, and it's spreading! Follow us throughout the day, as we'll bring you Tony nominee reactions, exclusive reports, surprises, behind the scenes coverage and oh, so much more!
by Danny Wimpey - Apr 29, 2020
Jannie du Toit, a well-known South African singer/songwriter, has been writing music and performing in Afrikaans for almost 50 years. He recently gave us his thoughts on how the COVID 19 lockdown has affected things for him and the entertainment industry in South Africa.
by Caroline Cronin - Apr 20, 2020
David Hunter has become a renowned West End leading man - from Guy in Once to Charlie Price in Kinky Boots, and, most recently, Dr Pomatter in Waitress. Since theatres went dark and lockdown began, he's kept himself busy (and his fans entertained) by actively creating and sharing new material online with his trademark infectious enthusiasm. We had a natter to David about his involvement in the upcoming All The Web's a Stage online concert, why he'll miss Waitress so much, and which of his previous roles he thinks would cope best in a lockdown.
by Shari Barrett - Apr 17, 2020
This Spotlight focuses on multi-talented actor, singer, director, composer, teacher and sound designer Doug Mattingly, most recently involved with the production of Sarah Ruhl's 'Dead Man's Cell Phone' at Little Fish Theatre in San Pedro.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2020
Before lockdown, Hoopla were running improv classes and shows at multiple venues across London to over 1,000 people each season. Since lockdown, we've started running classes online over Zoom to help people stay sociable during isolation, to take a break from things and have fun.
by Cheyne Nomura - Apr 1, 2020
In this time of uncertainty, the best one can do---and hopefully you've been doing so!---is to stay indoors and quarantine. While it's no news that many businesses and industries have been affected by the virus, an industry that has largely been impacted is certainly the arts. With cinemas and theatres temporarily closed, communities are unfortunately unable to attend the venues they frequent in order to be immersed in stories that help them escape reality for two hours. So, through the inability to review shows, I reached out to a friend of mind and collaborator, Alex Munro, whom I worked with on in #MeToo Monologues: Stories for Healing (2019) and the halted Where Words Once Were (2020), to not only do a spotlight but to also get some thoughts on what folks can do in order to help specifically theatres sustain themselves throughout these alarming, volatile times.