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Klaw Theatre

(New York, NY)
251 W. 45th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 28, 2017
Interrobang Theatre Project, dedicated to producing rarely seen shows with relevant themes and raw emotions, has announced its eighth season, featuring three plays that examine the fine line between reality and perception. This season, Interrobang invites audiences to ponder the particularly urgent question: What is Truth?
by Paul Batterson - Oct 7, 2019
Even after close to three decades of performing, sales of over 15 million records, twice being named as group of the year at the Juno awards, and a selection into the Canadian Music Hall of Fame, Steven Page still feels he has to win his audience over at every show.
by Onur Alec Kadioglu - Oct 7, 2019
Futurization expert and business strategist Eren Yagmuroglu graduated as a Bachelor of Management of Information Systems. The İstanbul born innovator founded Maxfield & Parrish in Los Angeles and Heminngway in Istanbul to futurize artists' & organizations' branding and marketing concepts by using his own methods. In the same year, he participated in the HBX CORe program at Harvard Business School Yagmuroglu joined the Recording Academy Grammy's / Los Angeles as an Academy Member. Let along he is the humblest, kindest and most dedicated human being I ever had the pleasure of meeting.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2017
The fantasy-humor of Doctor Who, a send-up of musical theater and corporate America, all tied in an Orwellian bow ... that's UVX!
by Stan Jenson - Nov 5, 2018
Indio's Desert Theatreworks continues their strong 2018/19 season with a stylish production of Agatha Christie's MURDER ON THE NILE. Smartly dressed characters with distinct, larger-than-life personalities, come together in the early 1940's onboard an Egyptian riverboat. One of them gets shot through the head, and the remainder of the show deals with the characters figuring out whodunnit.
by BroadwayWorld JR - Nov 3, 2017
With its troupe of actors from age 6 to 83, whose original musicals and concerts raise money for local charities, PLAY NICE launches its season with the comical misadventure, Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2017
An array of award-winning teaching artists are lined up to share their craft and art with theater enthusiasts, theatre artists and writers in 2018. PlayPenn, the new play development organization based in Philadelphia, is proud to announce their Winter and Spring 2018 Education Series, led by award-winning playwright and University of Pennsylvania playwriting professor Jacqueline Goldfinger, which features both face-to-face courses in Philadelphia and online workshops that can be taken from anywhere in the world.
by Kay Alexandra - Nov 19, 2019
It takes approximately 30 seconds to sing 16 bars of music. This is typically the requested audition cut of a song. If performers are lucky, they get 32, which allows them all of a minute to prove themselves.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2017
With its troupe of actors from age 6 to 83, whose original musicals and concerts raise money for local charities, PLAY NICE launches its season with the comical misadventure, Why Did the Chicken Cross the Road?
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2019
City Theater Company presents the 2nd Annual Tax Free Comedy Festival, the First State's annual showcase featuring the best and funniest from Delaware and beyond performing stand-up, musical, and improv comedy completely...TAX FREE! For two nights, audiences and participants will enjoy comedy-stand-up, improv, and musical acts-by night, and a workshop led by top professionals in the field by day.
by BWW News Desk - May 8, 2017
SheFest (formerly LezFest) is Pride Arts Center's' semi-annual celebration of Chicago's queer female and non-binary artists.
by Mark C. Lloyd - May 3, 2017
One of the benefits of working in theater is meeting nice people like Marc-Jon Filippone. I met him a few years ago and it was a pleasure working with him.
by TV News Desk - May 28, 2020
Apple TV+ is set to debut Central Park, a brand new musical animated series from Josh Gad, Loren Bouchard, and Nora Smith
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2019
Artistic Director David Ivers and Managing Director Paula Tomei today announced South Coast Repertory's 13-play, 2019-20 season, which builds on the theatre's 56-year foundation of stellar artistry. The offerings range from a two-person show to a large-cast musical and represent a kaleidoscope of classics and popular hits, along with four world premieres and three shows for young audiences and families. The season includes the world premiere of The Scarlet Letter by Kate Hamill, the musical She Loves Me (directed by Ivers), American Mariachi by Jose Cruz Gonzalez, Arcadia by Tom Stoppard and the beloved children's story, Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No Good, Very Bad Day. Subscription packages are currently on sale; single tickets will go on sale on June 10. More information is available at www.scr.org.
by BWW News Desk - May 10, 2019
With the summer rapidly approaching the selection of top comedy talent that are heading to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in August this year has been announced!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 28, 2020
While sticking to a daily routine and seeking out the positive may be difficult during this time of uncertainty and social distancing, there is one person you can count on every day to get you up and moving: Acclaimed ballet dancer Tiler Peck.
by Review Roundups - Mar 26, 2018
Kenneth Lonergan's Lobby Hero, directed by Trip Cullman and starring Michael Cera, Chris Evans, Brian Tyree Henry, and Bel Powley, officially opens tonight, Monday, March 26, at the newly renovated Hayes Theater. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2018
The Barrow Group Theatre Company (Seth Barrish and Lee Brock, Co-Artistic Directors; Robert Serrell, Executive Director), recipient of aDrama Desk and Lucille Lortel Award, concludes their 2017-2018 season with the New York revival of A Walk in the Woods, a play by Lee Blessing. Directed by Donna Jean (DJ) Fogel, the two-member cast features K. Lorrel Manning as John Honeyman, an American negotiator and Martin Van Treuren as Andrey Botvinnik, a career Russian diplomat.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 11, 2020
Iconic actress Marilu Henner opened at Feinstein's/54 Below last week and the crowds fell in love with her again... for the umpteenth time.
by Derek McCracken - Jun 9, 2019
Earth, air, water, and fire - every vital element reaches critical risk level in Last Man Club, an engaging, dystopian mood piece from writer/director Randy Sharp at Axis Theater. This tense one-act historical drama blows in with gale force as Sharp and her creative team unearth the allure and agony of manifest destiny compounded by an environmental crisis. We see hope through an apocalyptic lens as tragedy howls outside the door.
by Nicole Ackman - Jun 7, 2018
Buckland Theatre Company is making its West End debut in July at Trafalgar Studios with William Gibson's 1950s comedy-drama, Two For The Seesaw. Charles Dorfman, a founder of the company who has done work across theatre and film, will star as Jerry. Elsie Bennett, who has worked across television, film, and theatre, will play Gittel.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2017
Interrobang Theatre Project, dedicated to producing rarely seen shows with relevant themes and raw emotions, has announced its eighth season, featuring three plays that examine the fine line between reality and perception. This season, Interrobang invites audiences to ponder the particularly urgent question: What is Truth?
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 30, 2017
BWW speaks to Nick Cody about his 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show On Fire.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2019
As we roll into summer, Underbelly Festival Southbank 2019 today announces its final raft of shows including its last headliner and a multitude of blockbuster variety, circus, cabaret, comedy and music.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2018
Epic Theatre Company is celebrating the summer with the first of two shows that look at life and love from every angle of the imagination.  The first is the Rhode Island Premiere of Nick Payne's "Constellations," which examines the ways we meet, connect, disconnect, break apart, and get back together again.  It's the laws of love meets the laws of the Universe in this beautiful two-person play that's the perfect evening of summer theater.
by Matthew Blank - Jun 22, 2017
Meet new leading lady Taylor Quick, starring in the title role of Goodspeed's THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE!
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 21, 2019
Screen and stage actress Michele Austin is currently tackling The Hunt at the Almeida Theatre, directed by Rupert Goold. David Farr's play is based on the critically acclaimed Danish film thriller Jagten.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 24, 2019
It's nearly August, it's nearly a heatwave and it's DEFINITELY another great month of shows at Underbelly Festival Southbank.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Jul 19, 2018
Two casts of 27 kids ranging from ages six to 16 are extremely excited to bring the modern version of Peter Pan, Jr. to audiences in the auditorium at HCC Brandon on July 21 & 22. During Florida Drama Kids' Musical Theatre Camp, when the older ones take a leadership role to peer mentor the younger students, you see firsthand the importance and positive impact of theatre in the lives of young people.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 13, 2018
Epic Theatre Company is celebrating the summer with the first of two shows that look at life and love from every angle of the imagination.  The first is the Rhode Island Premiere of Nick Payne's "Constellations," which examines the ways we meet, connect, disconnect, break apart, and get back together again.  It's the laws of love meets the laws of the Universe in this beautiful two-person play that's the perfect evening of summer theater.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 11, 2017
BWW speaks to Sofie Hagen about her 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show Dead Baby Frog.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 10, 2020
North Coast Repertory Theatre's next conversation is with award-winning playwright Lee Blessing who penned A Walk In The Woods performed at North Coast Rep.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 10, 2019
BWW catches up with Brodi Snook to chat about bringing Handful to the 2019 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2018
Actors Co-0p Theatre Company (Ovation Award-Winner 2014 Best Intimate Theatre Musical for 110 in the Shade) presents the Pulitzer Prize finalist and Tony Award nominated drama A Walk in the Woods written by award-winning playwright Lee Blessing, directed by Ken Sawyer, produced by Lauren Thompson. A Walk in the Woods will preview, Thursday, February 8 at 8:00 pm, and will open Friday, February 9 at 8:00 pm, and run through Sunday, March 18 at the Actors Co-op Crossley Theatre, 1760 N. Gower Street, 90028 (on the campus of the First Presbyterian Church of Hollywood) in Hollywood.
by TV News Desk - Jan 10, 2020
Midlands singer, songwriter and producer S-X has dropped his new single 'neither would i', out today.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2018
The Barrow Group Theatre Company (Seth Barrish and Lee Brock, Co-Artistic Directors; Robert Serrell, Executive Director), recipient of a Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Award, concludes their 2017-2018 season with the New York revival of A Walk in the Woods, a play by Lee Blessing. Directed by Donna Jean (DJ) Fogel, the two-member cast features K. Lorrel Manning as John Honeyman, an American negotiator and Martin Van Treuren as Andrey Botvinnik, a career Russian diplomat.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2018
Art House Productions (Meredith Burns, Executive Director) is proud to announce the spring mainstage theater production of Grace, or The Art of Climbing by L M Feldman. Making its east coast premiere, Grace will be directed by Adin Walker.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 31, 2019
Some of the highlighted events coming to QED from Jan. 22-28, include: fun and friendly comedy with hosts Sue Funke and Katie Compa at Happy Place Comedy (Jan. 22); hosts Johnathan Appel and Zach Lennon-Simon keep the comedy positive at Very Nice People Saying Very Nice Things (Jan. 23); a diverse lineup of comedians ... and a white guy at Token White Guy (Jan. 23); Chris Gersbeck helps those interested in getting a podcast off the ground at Intro to Podcasting (Jan. 25); Queens artist Soraya Navia teaches some basics of needlepoint at Winter Embroidery Workshop (Jan. 25); exploring and exploding myths about mental health at Let's Talk About Mental Health (Jan. 25); sketch comedy blending comedy and theater from Barrett Leddy, Jacob Ready, and Bryton McGrath at Blimpton (Jan. 26); get the facts about artist visas at Immigration Workshop: An Introduction to the Artist Visas (Jan. 28); and, much more!
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 27, 2018
Well, it's that time of the year again--time for a look-back on what was worth making note of during the calendar year that's about to come to an end. It's from a totally personal, subjective point of view, of course, but frankly that's the way opera-lovers always seem to like it, n'est-ce pas? The productions worth noting come from places big, small and in-between, from composers old as the hills to freshly minted or somewhere in between (likewise the performers), from traditional or boldly modern to simply stand up and sing.
by Michael Dale - Dec 13, 2017
When you consider the number of years that humans have been the dominant species on this planet, it was a comparatively quick burst of industrialization that set up the very real dilemma of progress causing irreversible harm to the environment that could lead to our ultimate demise.
by Review Roundups - Dec 12, 2017
Manhattan Theatre Club's American premiere of The Royal Court Theatre's production of The Children, the new play by Olivier Award winner Lucy Kirkwood (Chimerica), directed by James MacDonald (Top Girls at MTC), opens tonight, December 12, at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (261 West 47th Street).
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2019
Summer is nearly over, you've been on holiday and the evenings are drawing in, but there's still a whole month of spectacular and affordable live entertainment to enjoy at Underbelly Festival Southbank.
by Nicole Ackman - Aug 23, 2018
Laura Pitt-Pulford and Louis Maskell are returning to their roles in Flowers for Mrs Harris after previously being in the 2016 Sheffield Crucible run. Laura Pitt-Pulford garnered an Olivier nomination for playing Milly in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers and has also been seen in Side Show and Nell Gwynn. Louis Maskell is best-known for playing the lead role of Grinpayne in The Grinning Man, which was on earlier this year at the Trafalgar Studios.  
by BWW News Desk - Aug 22, 2017
Gingold Theatrical Group continues its 12th Season of PROJECT SHAW when it presents its 125th concert presentation, a rare staging of A Man's World by Rachel Crothers.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2018
FOX has ordered SPIN THE WHEEL, a high-stakes game show offering a chance to win over $20 million per episode. Executive-produced by Grammy and Emmy Award-winning musician and actor Justin Timberlake, and hosted by actor, director, writer and comedian Dax Shepard (“Hit and Run”), the show offers life-changing opportunities to win fortunes each episode with the spin of a massive, unpredictable wheel. The show, created by Timberlake and Andrew Glassman (“The Wall”) of Glassman Media, is scheduled to premiere during the 2018-2019 season on FOX.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2017
The Barrow Group Theatre Company, recipient of the Drama Desk and Lucille Lortel Awards, has announced its lineup for the 2017-2018 season with the New York premiere of Muswell Hill, a play by Torben Betts, followed by the world premiere of The Thing With Feathers, a new play by Scott Organ, the revival of A Walk in the Woods by Lee Blessing, and a special benefit performance of the award-winning solo play The Tricky Part by Martin Moran at The Barrow Group Mainstage Theatre (312 West 36th Street, 3rd Floor).
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 11, 2018
BWW catches up with comedian and actress Anna Morris to chat about performing Bombastic at the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2020
Metropolitan will present a Virtual Playhouse Double Feature Saturday, May 2, 2020.
by Michael Dale - Apr 24, 2019
Following in the footsteps of NETWORK and TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Robert Horn (book) and David Yazbek's (score) musical comedy Tootsie continues this Broadway season's welcome trend of adapting classic, decades-old source material into brand new stage pieces that examine familiar stories through a contemporary lens.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2019
Today Underbelly announces 86 new shows joining its Fringe programme. Exploring everything from mental health, millennials' issues, sibling competition, addiction and current state of politics to dinosaurs, 19th century palaeontology, ancient Troy, novels of Jane Austin, Mary Shelley and Brothers Grimm and, of course, the ultimate quest to find the love of your life, Underbelly's new additions to Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme have everyone covered!