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49th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
235 W. 49th St.
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by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 8, 2017
Cherrelle Skeete, who originated the character of Rose Granger Weasley in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, is now starring in the Lyric Hammersmith's production of The Seagull, which begins on 3 October.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2013
The Fringe has staying power. While three "Best of Fringe" shows closed the 22nd Annual San Francisco Fringe Festival with encore performances on September 21, four more "Best of" shows will return every weekend in November. Audiences will have the opportunity to see what they missed - or want to see again.
by TV News Desk - Sep 26, 2013
Disney Channel annnounces October 2013 Programming Highlights
by Richard Sasanow - Sep 19, 2013
With a story that is somehow poignant despite its scatological language, ANNA NICOLE's heroine is nicer than Berg's LULU, less lucky than TRAVIATA's Violetta and more cunning than MANON's Manon (though maybe not MANON LESCAUT's). Whatever she is, Anna Nicole Smith is definitely a full-fledged operatic heroine. As portrayed by American soprano Sarah Joy Miller in the local premiere of the Marc-Anthony Turnage-Richard Thomas work about the life and times of minor celebrity Smith, this is a wildly entertaining evening. The opera, which debuted two years ago in London, opened on September 17 at Brooklyn Academy of Music, compliments of New York City Opera and BAM's Next Wave Festival, directed by Richard Jones.
by TV News Desk - Sep 11, 2013
Disney Channel stars Raini Rodriguez and Calum Worthy from the hit series 'Austin & Ally' will host 'Monstober,' Disney Channel's month-long Halloween celebration dedicated to all things spooky fun. Beginning TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, this year's highlights include the season three premiere of 'Jessie,' premiere of the thrilling series 'Wolfblood,' new 'Gravity Falls' short-form series 'Dipper's Guide to the Unexplained,' an 'ear-raising' episode of the cartoon short 'Mickey Mouse,' and a special one-hour episode of 'Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man,' guest starring Ross Lynch ('Austin & Ally,' 'Teen Beach Movie'). Popular series 'A.N.T. Farm,' 'Dog With a Blog,' 'Good Luck Charlie,' 'Liv and Maddie,' 'Phineas and Ferb,' 'Shake It Up,' and 'Wander Over Yonder' will feature all-new bone-chilling episodes.
by Larry Murray - Oct 8, 2014
The truth can be explosive as Arthur Miller's adaptation of Ibsen's classic tale of truth vs. politics comes to the stage in the Berkshires with a brilliantly moving production of AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE directed by Julianne Boyd.
by Kelly Cameron - Oct 31, 2013
The new Canadian 25th Anniversary Production of Les Miserables is now playing at The Princess of Wales and has been receiving rave reviews from critics and audiences alike. BWW has been bringing its readers interviews with the cast of this incredible production, and today we sit down with Mark Uhre and Perry Sherman who play Enjolras and Marius. The 'barricade boys' talk everything from their first Les Mis experiences, to the changes to this production, gun injuries and more.
by TV News Desk - Oct 1, 2013
Disney Channel stars Raini Rodriguez and Calum Worthy from the hit series 'Austin & Ally' will host 'Monstober,' Disney Channel's month-long Halloween celebration dedicated to all things spooky fun. Beginning TODAY, OCTOBER 1, this year's highlights include the season three premiere of 'Jessie,' premiere of the thrilling series 'Wolfblood,' new 'Gravity Falls' short-form series 'Dipper's Guide to the Unexplained,' an 'ear-raising' episode of the cartoon short 'Mickey Mouse,' and a special one-hour episode of 'Marvel's Ultimate Spider-Man,' guest starring Ross Lynch ('Austin & Ally,' 'Teen Beach Movie'). Popular series 'A.N.T. Farm,' 'Dog With a Blog,' 'Good Luck Charlie,' 'Liv and Maddie,' 'Phineas and Ferb,' 'Shake It Up,' and 'Wander Over Yonder' will feature all-new bone-chilling episodes.
by Don Grigware - Nov 7, 2016
The annual dysfunctional family Christmas gathering? Oy! This family lives in Minnesota. Double oy!! Issue at hand: not one of the family members is anywhere near to being happy. Mom (Belinda Howell) is in denial, keeping her breast cancer a secret, her doctor son Michael (Patrick Burke) has been mysteriously separated from wife Jill (Rebekah Dunn) for three months, other son Carl (Greg D. Barnett), a struggling writer, is estranged from his girlfriend Rita, and daughter Stacey (Truett Jean Butler) is gay and separated from her partner, who hasn't yet told her parents about their relationship. Then there's obnoxious intruder Uncle Bob (Fox Carney) who does his best to upset everyone with his disgustingly uber jovial disposition, and Grandma (Marcia Rodd), with a tongue that could cut glass, who sashays around them all with digs, jibes and a whole barrel of insulting fun. Doug Engalla has skillfully directed a superb cast of players who only have to speak Phil Olson's hysterically funny lines to get laughs. It's a howler a la Neil Simon with a laugh about every two seconds, and each character has that dry infectious Minnesota accent that makes you double over every time you hear it.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2009
Created By Paul Storiale, Gary Lamb & William A. Reilly, Written by William A. Reilly & Ben Rovner, Directed by William A. Reilly, With Additional Written Material by The Cast, Fri and Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
by BWW News Desk - May 7, 2016
The Terra Momo Restaurant Group, known for its "taste of place" culinary philosophy, will open its fourth New Jersey restaurant in Kean University's STEM building on Morris Avenue on May 25, 2016. Enoteca Ursino at Kean University will offer a farm-to-table, Italian-inspired menu in a welcoming, energetic atmosphere, featuring a variety of local sources and organic produce grown at the adjacent Liberty Hall Farm at Kean University.
by Christine Kowal - May 10, 2013
Simply put, Synetic Theater's current production of The Three Musketeers (playing now through June 9th) completely, in every way, stands up to all that Synetic Theater proposes to offer by way of a "dynamic synthesis of the arts". Frankly, Synetic knocks it out of the park. Out of the city. Out of the state. Out of the good ole' U.S. of A.
by Kathy Strain - Mar 27, 2012
Today I am joined by Leah Hocking who is currently touring with BILLY ELLIOT playing the role of Mrs. Wilkinson. Leah performed with the original Broadway cast of BILLY ELLIOT as Billy's Mum. This time, she goes out on the road playing the role of Mrs. Wilkinson.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 24, 2015
Young People's Theatre is thrilled to announce the playbill for its 2015/16 50th Anniversary Season, a milestone marked by the return of beloved audience favourites, re-imagined classics and innovative new work, each a testament to YPT founder Susan Rubes's statement: Only the best is good enough for children.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2010
The Crown City Theatre Company in North Hollywood has announced that the final show of A BIG, GAY, (NORTH)HOLLYWOOD WEDDING will be March 21st.
by Erica Cataldi-Roberts - Mar 19, 2018
While GOD OF VENGEANCE may currently be better known as the subject of the 2017 Tony Award nominated Paula Vogel play, Indecent, as anyone who attended Head Trick Theatre's production of the show at AS220's Black Box Theatre could attest, it is a fascinating piece of theatre in its own right.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2010
The Crown City Theatre Company in North Hollywood has announced that the final show of A BIG, GAY, (NORTH)HOLLYWOOD WEDDING will be March 21st.
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2014
The new theatre-centric web comedy THAT'S EDUCATIONAL's bound to hit home for any actor, especially any who have done educational theatre tours. 'Meet MEATY, the Metro Educational Atlanta Theatre for Youth; the leading educational theatre company in the Southeast. Get to know the ins and outs of their happy touring family, that is until one of the family decides they're not so happy anymore.'
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2014
The new theatre-centric web comedy THAT'S EDUCATIONAL's bound to hit home for any actor, especially any who have done educational theatre tours. 'Meet MEATY, the Metro Educational Atlanta Theatre for Youth; the leading educational theatre company in the Southeast. Get to know the ins and outs of their happy touring family, that is until one of the family decides they're not so happy anymore.'
by Joseph Harrison - Jul 20, 2018
"Please, sir. I want some more." These are the iconic words are spoken by young Oliver Twist at the beginning of Lionel Bart's classic musical OLIVER! This simple ask for more to eat sets Oliver out on a dangerous but exciting journey into a world where his innocence and positive outlook impacts all he meets. These words also sum up the experience of watching OLIVER!, which is the second show in Goodspeed Musicals current season. OLIVER! is a show that excites, enthralls and leaves you, in the end, simply wanting more. OLIVER! is one of those shows that doesn't get produced that often, possibly due in part to the number of children needed to pull it off appropriately, which is why it is thrilling to see Goodspeed give its signature treatment to this classic musical that many may not have experienced before (this reviewer included.)
by Jessica Crowe - Jul 19, 2019
In 1837, Charles Dickens began releasing a serial known as Oliver Twist. Over 100 years later, Lionel Bart would write a musical about this famous London orphan. The highlight of Gretna Theatre's 2019 summer season, Oliver! is a classic musical sure to delight theatre-goers of all ages...
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2017
'Testament' was published on January 9, 1997 and chronicles how Mark Russell Bell became a metaphysical author after previously having worked in the Hollywood entertainment industry as a movie publicity writer.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2010
The Crown City Theatre Company in North Hollywood has extended A BIG, GAY, (NORTH)HOLLYWOOD WEDDING until January 23, 2010. The show will be performed Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2016
'The Fine Line: The Ancients Part II' by JC Brennan receives Official Selection Honors in the Historical Fiction category of the 2015 New Apple Summer eBook Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing. Book Synopsis War is coming... Is William's family ready? The mysterious appearance of a young girl-brutalized and half dead-has thrown the Crew into a heightened state of disquiet. Aurora and her evil pack of Damned have declared war, and William now wonders if, somehow, the seemingly-innocent girl may be employed in some way as a dangerous weapon in the coming battle. Once she has recovered from her injuries, the girl's lost memories present a new puzzle the Crew desperately needs to piece together if they are to gain any advantage over their cruel enemies. The revelation of an ancient relic may deliver the critical aid the Crew so direly requires. Its newly-discovered power enables William to delve into the strange girl's memories, but will the answers be too horrifying for the Crew to accept? Along with the newfound strength found in this lost treasure comes a treacherous caveat, and William must decide if all of the gains gifted to his family are worth the precarious risks it demands. After a gruesome discovery in the woods surrounding their home, the Crew are left with another rose among the thorns. But, true to form, Aurora comes to tear that flower away from the vine and claim an advantage for herself. During the family's valiant efforts to stop her, Brimmount is critically injured, leaving him with a handicap the rest of the family fear he may not be able to overcome. Caroline, William's wife, fears her own growing powers, brought to fruition by the duplicitous relic. One of the family members remains missing...and yet another is discovered by happenstance. Can the Crew turn disadvantage to advantage in time to thwart Aurora's intent to, literally, tear the family to pieces? Will yet another unexpected, but fortunate, homecoming prove enough to turn the tide in the bloody war, the outcome of which will spell the very fate of the human race, as well as that of the ancients? A Fine Line: The Ancients Part II is the continuing story in the A Fine Line series. This third book chronicling the story of William Healthaway and his family-the descendants of an ancient race possessed of powers they are only just learning to control. Fans of historical high drama, with traces of fantasy thrown into the mix, will enjoy this sweeping saga of romance, war, family, death and the supernatural. Enter a world where no one is safe from the wicked clutches of the Damned. Where love, laughter, family and all that is held dear wavers on the knife-edge between life and our eternal slumber. Read now to discover who will survive Aurora's unrelenting wrath. About the Author JC Brennan grew up in a small village in Michigan called Skidway Lake. In Brennan's own words, 'The small town life was a fantastic way to grow up but I always wanted more. My life was a difficult one and being a single mother most of my life made me realize that willpower is a person's greatest friend. I found my calling in the arts at Central Michigan University but with the birth of my son I could not pursue that adventure. I currently hold three degrees and live in Arizona were I have found a beauty that is without compare. I have struggled most of my life to get where I am and know that there are more battles yet to face. However, with will, strength, and the love of my family and friends, ?I know I can accomplish anything.' About the New Apple Book Awards The New Apple Summer eBook Awards for Excellence in Independent Publishing was established to honor the creative achievements of the unsung books fighting for their place within the digital publishing world. Any English language book published within the last three years, currently available for sale by an independent author or small press that met the Awards' guidelines was eligible for entry. One book was chosen in each category as the Medalist Winner receiving the highest honors. In addition, the judges were permitted to choose up to three Official Selections for category distinction. Contact Information The Fine Line: The Ancients Part II is available in paperback and eBook and can be purchased at Amazon. To find out more about the New Apple Book Awards, visit http://NewAppleBookAwards.com. 'The Fine Line: The Ancients Part II' Author: JC Brennan Publishing House: CreateSpace ASIN: B015AR3U1I Amazon: http://getBook.at/Ancients Author website: http://loveme64.wix.com/a-fine-line Twitter: @jcbrennan New Apple Contact Information New Apple Literary Services newapple@newappleliterary.com http://www.newappleliterary.com
by BWW News Desk - Jan 31, 2013
Building on a tradition of musical collaborations, Hyundai has partnered with legendary alternative rock band, The Flaming Lips, to create a one-of-a-kind song to serve as the rock anthem for its new Super Bowl XLVII commercial, 'Epic PlayDate.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2010
Created By Paul Storiale, Gary Lamb & William A. Reilly, Written by William A. Reilly & Ben Rovner, Directed by William A. Reilly, With Additional Written Material by The Cast, Fri and Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
Following the success of last year's Family Day in October, it's back! Bigger and better than ever. On Saturday 15 Feb Bristol Old Vic's Heritage Team are inviting Bristol families to an a?oeOpen Housea??, to explore the theatre's thousands of stories at their own pace.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2010
The Crown City Theatre Company in North Hollywood has extended A BIG, GAY, (NORTH)HOLLYWOOD WEDDING until January 23, 2010. The show will be performed Friday and Saturday nights at 8 p.m.
by Leah Windahl - Jan 16, 2018
Playhouse on Park presents Robert Harling's touching comedy STEEL MAGNOLIAS. Directed by Susan Haefner, STEEL MAGNOLIAS follows six women in one beauty parlor, and chronicles the joy and pain that life throws their way.
by Joseph Harrison - Jan 14, 2018
'Laughter through tears is my favorite emotion', states salon owner and southern sage Truvy Jones in Robert Harling's STEEL MAGNOLIAS. No line describes better the audience's experience while viewing this hilarious and touching play. This is especially the case in this, the latest offering at Playhouse on Park in West Hartford. A cast of six stellar women bring these residents of Chinquapin Parish, Louisiana to vivid life and nimbly share the highs and lows of life in this colorful small town.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2016
PARADISE ISLAND, The Bahamas, Jan. 11, 2016 /PRNewswire/ Atlantis, Paradise Island resort in The Bahamas recently launched a new multi-platform advertising and branding campaign entitled 'Why Do We Vacation' which is showcased throughout television, digital and social mediums. In conjunction with the award-winning creative agency GoConvergence (GOCO), the family-friendly ocean-themed luxury resort created, developed, and produced the innovative concept that taps into consumers' emotions and helps them answer an important question they may not have considered in the past. The campaign is designed to create bite-sized pieces of content that resonate in a world where consumers are overwhelmed with content and have limited attention spans. The goal was to create content that breaks through the clutter and makes all consumers pause and recognize the importance of taking a vacation something we can all lose sight of in today's world.
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Feb 26, 2019
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2016
When values collide and money is thrown in the mix, anything can happen. Author Harvey Havel is back with The Thruway Killers (America Star Books), a delightfully fast-paced crime novel that also points out the absurdities of our times.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2009
Created By Paul Storiale, Gary Lamb & William A. Reilly, Written by William A. Reilly & Ben Rovner, Directed by William A. Reilly, With Additional Written Material by The Cast, Fri and Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2009
Created By Paul Storiale, Gary Lamb & William A. Reilly, Written by William A. Reilly & Ben Rovner, Directed by William A. Reilly, With Additional Written Material by The Cast, Fri and Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 18, 2020
The Army declares that they do more before nine am than most people do all day. The creator and head of Spot-On Entertainment must have served in the armed forces then, because just thinking about all the work he does is enough to exhaust the rest of the mere mortals on this planet.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2009
Created By Paul Storiale, Gary Lamb & William A. Reilly, Written by William A. Reilly & Ben Rovner, Directed by William A. Reilly, With Additional Written Material by The Cast, Fri and Sat @ 8pm, Sun @ 2pm
by Review Roundups - Dec 14, 2015
Playwrights Horizons presents the New York premiere of 2015 Pulitzer Prize finalist MARJORIE PRIME, a new play by Jordan Harrison (Maple and Vine, Doris to Darlene at PH; Amazons and Their Men; Kid-Simple; 'Orange is the New Black'). Commissioned byPlaywrights Horizons and directed by Obie Award winner Anne Kauffman (Detroit, Maple and Vine, Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra at PH; Belleville; This Wide Night; The Thugs), the play opens tonight, December 14, at Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater (416 West 42nd Street), and will play a limited engagement through Sunday, January 3. Let's see what the critics had to say...
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2014
Classic TV stars Kathy Garver ("Family Affair") and Paul Petersen ("The Donna Reed Show") are among special guests scheduled to appear at a 1960s-themed holiday fundraiser for UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital in Cleveland on Sunday, December 14.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2012
Join us for an evening of high-energy fun as the incredibly talented sisters and brothers of the Leahy family bring their Christmas traditions to DUPAC in A Leahy Family Christmas, set for tonight, Saturday, December 1, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets start at $25. Co-presented by the McAninch Arts Center of College of DuPage.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 9, 2018
BroadwayWorld has a first look at Goodspeed's production of OLIVER! Check out all new photos from the production below!
by Barry Lenny - Aug 23, 2019
Taking the term, 'dysfunctional family', to a completely new level.
by Michael Mulhern - Aug 22, 2014
This is' family entertainment' in the truest sense of the word and this fantastic production is appropriate and enjoyable for all ages.
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 19, 2014
Cuba has delicious food, wonderful drinks, a vibrant atmosphere and gracious, friendly service. For over a decade, they have pleased their guests in the West Village of New York City.
by Kristen Morale - Aug 13, 2017
With time spent on Broadway, off-Broadway and on stages from France to China, A.R. Gurney's Sylvia is now in performances at Elements Theatre Company at Rock Harbor. It is the epitome of taking something that is seemingly normal and turning it into a drama-filled, heartfelt tale of what it means to be (and feel) human. Directed by Danielle Dwyer, CJ and in memory of the late Gurney, this show truly goes above and beyond to tell a story that is so much more than that of a dog who finds an aging man in the park, followed by his wife's jealousy of his affection towards this stray. It is a touching story about the indisputable need to be loved, and how figuring out why we love the way we do concerns so much more than the bond man shares with his canine friend.
by TV News Desk - Apr 9, 2013
At an upfront presentation held this morning at New York City's Sony Club, GSN announced plans to greenlight two new series and unveiled an impressive development slate representing GSN's ongoing commitment to originals.
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 26, 2016
The Met's new production of Richard Strauss's ELEKTRA is something to behold, with Vincent Huguet recreating the original by the late Patrice Chereau from France's Aix-en-Provence Festival. Starring the glorious Nina Stemme in the title role--and backed by the stellar performances of Waltraud Meier as Klytamnestra, Adrianne Pieczonka as Chrysothemis and Eric Owens as Orest--this is a cast that would be hard to better. Add to it conductor Esa-Pekka Salonen's insightful, propulsive performance with the great Met orchestra. And, yet, there was…something missing: catharsis--no burst of rapture and the urge to jump up and applaud.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Apr 26, 2016
Opening night quickly approaches at Nashville's historic Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre - which this year celebrates its 50th season - for Neil Simon's Rumors, first produced on the iconic and completely magical floating stage in 1991.