Of Love Remembered

Opened: February 18, 1967

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Patsy Cline's 10x Platinum 'Greatest Hits' Gets A Modern Vinyl Upgrade
by Michael Major - Sep 8, 2023

Cline is most remembered for being larger than life, with velvety vocals that betrayed her no-nonsense persona. She has been celebrated, covered, or cited as an influence by a diverse array of artists across the musical spectrum Cat Power, Elvis Costello, Kacey Musgraves, Margo Price, Lana Del Rey, Linda Ronstadt, Lucinda Williams, to mention a few.

Laibach Share New Track 'The Engine Of Survival'
by Michael Major - Sep 7, 2023

“The Engine of Survival”, originally written by Laibach collaborator and backing vocalist Donna Marina Mårtensson, was rearranged by Laibach who titled it “The Engine of Survival”, referring to the lyric (“Love is the only Engine of Survival”) in Leonard Cohen’s famous track, “The Future”, which was recently reinterpreted by the band.

Theatre By The Sea to Host 90th Anniversary BIG BARN BASH
by Blair Ingenthron - Jul 13, 2023

In celebration of 90 years of Theatre By The Sea, owner and producer Bill Hanney have announced a Big Barn Bash featuring TBTS alumni, which will take place at the historic barn theatre on Monday, August 21, 2023.

Have Any Broadway Plays Ever Closed Before They Opened? Part 2
by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Mar 26, 2023

This month, the reader question was: Have any Broadway plays ever closed before they opened? Check out the second part of this historical deep dive!

Have Any Broadway Musicals Ever Closed Before They Opened?
by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Mar 5, 2023

Broadway historian and self-proclaimed theatre nerd Jennifer Ashley Tepper is here to help with her new series, Broadway Deep Dive. This month, the reader question was: Have Any Broadway Musicals Ever Closed Before They Opened?

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Producer Si Litvinoff Passes Away at 93
by Blair Ingenthron - Jan 7, 2023

Si Litvinoff, the visionary producer whose foresight in cinema art led to perennial classics such as Stanley Kubrick's “A Clockwork Orange,” Nicolas Roeg's “Walkabout”, 'The Man Who Fell to Earth,' starring David Bowie, and more passed away peacefully on Monday, December 26, 2022, in Los Angeles, California. He was 93.    

Adelaide Festival Announces 2023 Program
by Stephi Wild - Nov 9, 2022

The 38th Adelaide Festival, to be launched this Wednesday 9 November, at Adelaide Town Hall and via livestream offers a total of 52 events in theatre, music, opera, dance, media and visual arts, including major festivals-within-the-festival Adelaide Writers' Week, UKARIA Chamber Landscapes and WOMADelaide – over 17 days and nights from Friday 3 to Sunday 19 March.

Celebrate the Music of Woodstock with Gary Burtnik's Summer of Love Concert at The Ridgefield Playhouse This Month
by Grace Cutler - Jul 2, 2022

Glen Burtnik’s Summer of Love Concert isn’t just a concert, it’s a Rock Festival on stage, celebrating the Classic Rock & Soul of the 60’s and 70’s, the Music of the Woodstock Generation!

BWW REVIEW: With An Incredible Scientific Legacy Overshadowed By The Eventual Exposure Of His Sexuality, BREAKING THE CODE Presents Both Sides Of Alan Turing's Life
by Jade Kops - Feb 13, 2022

While much of Alan Turing’s work was the subject of the Official Secrets Act, his personal life was not afforded the same anonymity and details of his sexuality overshadowed his achievements for many years.  Hugh Whitemore’s BREAKING THE CODE seeks to balance the scales of the awareness of Turing achievements along with the outdated laws on homosexuality that saw the father of computer science convicted and subjected to hormone therapy which eventually broke him, physically and mentally.

Peter Foley, Composer And Lyricist Of THE HIDDEN SKY, Dies At 54
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 13, 2021

Peter Benjamin Foley died at home on August 27, 2021, after surviving ocular (uveal) melanoma, a rare cancer, for more than 10 years. He was 54.

by Barry Lenny - Jan 21, 2021

The Adelaide Summer Orchestra comes together each January.

Infinite Variety Productions Announces Panelists For Three-Night Online Event
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 2, 2020

Infinite Variety Productions announces panelists for their three-night In Their Footsteps: the Radio Play Online Launch event!  

Infinite Variety Productions Announces Panelists For IN THEIR FOOTSTEPS: THE RADIO PLAY Three-Night Online Event
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 2, 2020

Infinite Variety Productions has announced panelists for their three-night In Their Footsteps: the Radio Play Online Launch event!

HBO Max Announces Powerhouse Cast for LGBTQ+ Docuseries EQUAL
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 25, 2020

HBO Max has released the names and images of the actors set to portray iconic LGBTQ+ activists in the upcoming four-part docuseries EQUAL, premiering as a binge drop in October 2020 during LGBT History Month.

BWW Exclusive: THE 101 GREATEST MOTOWN SONGS OF ALL TIME - with Stevie Wonder, Diana Ross, Marvin Gaye, the Jackson 5 & More
by Peter Nason - Jun 11, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest Motown songs from 1960-1994. See if your favorite songs or artists made the list!

BWW Exclusive: THE BEATLES 101 GREATEST SONGS OF ALL TIME - Ranking the Best of John, Paul, George & Ringo (Including Their Solo Hits)
by Peter Nason - May 12, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest Beatles songs, including some of the fab four's solo works. They're all here: 'Twist and Shout,' 'In My Life,' 'Helter Skelter,' 'Imagine,' 'Something,' 'Maybe I'm Amazed,' 'Let It Be.' See if your favorites made the grade!

BWW Exclusive: The 101 Greatest Television Episodes of All Time - from I LOVE LUCY to BETTER CALL SAUL
by Peter Nason - Apr 22, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the best TV episodes from the 1950's to 2020; see if your favorites made the list!

The 101 Greatest Showtunes from 1920-2020
by Peter Nason - Mar 19, 2020

How do we make a list of the 101 greatest show tunes from the past 100 years? Well, we did the near-impossible task.  Check out our full list here! 

Goodman Theatre Announces Venue And Date Changes For Two Spring 2020 Productions
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 10, 2019

Artistic Director Robert Falls announces an update to Goodman Theatre's 2019/2020 Season. The Chicago premiere of School Girls; Or, the African Mean Girls Play by Jocelyn Bioh, directed by Lili-Anne Brown, originally scheduled for the Owen Theatre, will move into the 856-seat Albert Theatre; the Falls-directed major revival of Molly Sweeney by Brian Friel, originally scheduled for the Albert Theatre, will move into the 350-seat flexible Owen Theatre.

BWW Review: QUEEN'S GIRL IN THE WORLD and QUEENS GIRL IN AFRICA - Performed in Repertory at Everyman Theatre
by Charles Shubow - May 29, 2019

I must applaud Everyman Theatre's Artistic Director Vince Lancisi for having the brilliant idea of ending its season with two plays by Caleen Sinnette Jennings in repertory: QUEENS GIRL IN THE WORLD and QUEENS GIRL IN AFRICA. What a genius!

by A.A. Cristi - Apr 12, 2019

52 years after the groundbreaking film, Sierra Rep is thrilled to present Todd Kreidler's stage adaptation of the iconic Academy Award-winning film Guess Who's Coming To Dinner. The production poignantly continues SRT's 40th Anniversary Season. Based on the original screenplay by William Rose and directed by Becky Saunders, this charming, clever romantic comedy opens April 26th and runs through May 19th in the East Sonora Theatre.

Oscar-Winning Composer Michel Legrand Dies at 86
by Stephi Wild - Jan 26, 2019

According to Variety, Michel Legrand, three-time Oscar winning composer has passed away at age 86.

Garry Marshall Theatre Hosts A 12-Hour “Laverne & Shirley” Marathon In Memory Of Penny Marshall
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2019

As a salute to the late Penny Marshall and her iconic character Laverne, the Garry Marshall Theatre opens its doors and invites all ages to share in a 12-hour "Laverne & Shirley" marathon on Sunday, January 27, 2019 from 10:00 am-10:00 pm.   Information can be found by visiting www.garrymarshalltheatre.org.   

Review: A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN Celebrates the Queen of Rock and Roll's Glory Days and Early Blues Influences
by Shari Barrett - Sep 16, 2018

Like a comet that burns far too brightly to last, Janis Joplin exploded onto the music scene in 1967 and, almost overnight, became the Queen of Rock 'n' Roll. Davies carries on and mimics the unmistakable raspy voice filled with raw emotion and tinged with Southern Comfort to a tee, her stage presence making it easy to see what made Joplin a must-see headliner from Monterey to Woodstock and beyond even to this day, so many years after her too-soon passing at the age of 27. After listening to Davies' sharing of Janis' life, it is easy to think the rock legend died from not only from drugs and alcohol but from her lonely co-dependent longing for a man to share her life, equaling her love of the spotlight and adoration received from a live audience, which she could never find. Davies' renditions of Joplin favorites, including “Summertime,” “Piece of My Heart,” “Cry Baby,” and “Me and Bobby McGee” among others, ignite the stage and audiences alike with a passion no man in her life could ever match.


Of Love Remembered has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1967.



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