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Bijou Theatre

(New York, NY)
209 W. 45th St.
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by TV News Desk - Oct 31, 2013
Popular docu-series Fatal Attraction returns to TV One with all new stories of deadly crime and passion gone wrong, Monday, December 2 at 9PM/ET.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2016
Play Me Again Pianos announced today its newest public piano will open in the Plaza at Colony Square on Nov. 11, 2016 at 2 p.m. The public is invited to attend the ribbon cutting and join in the festivities at the corner of Peachtree and 15th Streets, near the MIDTOWN letters.
by Jay Irwin - Nov 30, 2018
Before there was "Hamilton" there was "In the Heights". I know I'm a nerd, but it floors me how many people don't know that. Most theater aficionados know of "Hamilton" and by extension of Lin-Manuel Miranda but have a blind spot for "In the Heights" the Tony winning show that put Miranda on the map. And while it certainly feels like an early work from the man who would become King, it's still quite stunning and ground breaking for its time and the production from the Seattle Rep manages to capture all the heat and heart that the show demands.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2009
The Broadway League mourns the loss of Horton Foote, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright most recently represented on Broadway this season with Dividing the Estate. He passed away yesterday at age 92 at his home in Connecticut.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 28, 2013
A season of timeless beauty and fun begins today, June 28th, at the Santa Fe Opera. Discover this summer's new, rarely performed and longtime favorites in stylish productions presented by an unforgettable group of artists and musicians. It's world-class opera in an incredible setting.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2014
The Stratford Festival will present its 2014 Legacy Award to Martha Henry. Her extraordinary contributions to the Festival and to the performing arts in Canada will be celebrated at a gala at Toronto's Four Seasons Hotel on Monday, September 29.
by Monica Moore - Jul 24, 2019
Director Cian Elyse White assisted by Romy Hooper has captured the heart of this beautifully crafted story by NZ Playright John Broughton bringing together a young Maori man and a young Scottish woman in the commonality of appreciation of the beautiful views from the lush hillside of Ngā Puke in Hawke's Bay. Waru,(Kimo Houltham) a young Māori farmer, and Angie,(Simone Walker) a budding Pākehā artist of Scottish descent, accidentally meet and despite their vastly different backgrounds, they have an immediate connection. As the Second World War breaks out, Waru joins the Māori Battalion and Angie becomes a nurse. When their paths cross again on Crete, much has changed. Will the two make it through the horrors of war and back to the beautiful pastures of Pōrangahau?
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 Beth Leitman - Feb 16, 2019
BWW Review: RENT 20th Anniversary Tour at Popejoy Hall
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2015
AUCKLAND, New Zealand, Dec. 8, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ Advantage Media Group announces the release of The ABC's of Business, a book by Tony Falkenstein who is one of New Zealand's leading entrepreneurs. Because business advice can be complicated and hard to implement, Falkenstein demonstrates how to take valuable business wisdom and present it in a way that is beautifully simple and easy to understand. In this book, he has collected the essential elements of being an executive, manager, or entrepreneur and organized them in a creative and playful manner.
by TV News Desk - Dec 2, 2013
Popular docu-series Fatal Attraction returns to TV One with all new stories of deadly crime and passion gone wrong, tonight, December 2 at 9PM/ET.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2013
This year, it's an all-“Tchaikovsky Spectacular,” featuring not only the heart-pounding cannons and fireworks in the traditional “1812” Overture, but also the poetic lyricism and grandeur of some of the Romantic composer's other masterworks, bringing Pacific Symphony's Summer Festival 2013, presented by Hoag, to a dramatic close. Led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, the orchestra welcomes to the stage recent gold medalist of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Vadym Kholodenko. A talented pianist who has brought audiences to their feet “[cheering] him like a rock star” (Cincinnati Inquirer), Kholodenko performs the demanding and iconic Piano Concerto No. 1. Also on the program are three dances from “The Nutcracker,” an emotional but triumphant Symphony No. 4 and, of course, the explosive “1812” Overture, featuring the Huntington Beach Concert Band, which also provides pre-concert entertainment.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2013
This year, it's an all-"Tchaikovsky Spectacular," featuring not only the heart-pounding cannons and fireworks in the traditional "1812" Overture, but also the poetic lyricism and grandeur of some of the Romantic composer's other masterworks, bringing Pacific Symphony's Summer Festival 2013, presented by Hoag, to a dramatic close. Led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, the orchestra welcomes to the stage recent gold medalist of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Vadym Kholodenko. A talented pianist who has brought audiences to their feet "[cheering] him like a rock star" (Cincinnati Inquirer), Kholodenko performs the demanding and iconic Piano Concerto No. 1. Also on the program are three dances from "The Nutcracker," an emotional but triumphant Symphony No. 4 and, of course, the explosive "1812" Overture, featuring the Huntington Beach Concert Band, which also provides pre-concert entertainment.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2013
This year, it's an all-“Tchaikovsky Spectacular,” featuring not only the heart-pounding cannons and fireworks in the traditional “1812” Overture, but also the poetic lyricism and grandeur of some of the Romantic composer's other masterworks, bringing Pacific Symphony's Summer Festival 2013, presented by Hoag, to a dramatic close. Led by Music Director Carl St.Clair, the orchestra welcomes to the stage recent gold medalist of the Van Cliburn International Piano Competition, Vadym Kholodenko. A talented pianist who has brought audiences to their feet “[cheering] him like a rock star” (Cincinnati Inquirer), Kholodenko performs the demanding and iconic Piano Concerto No. 1. Also on the program are three dances from “The Nutcracker,” an emotional but triumphant Symphony No. 4 and, of course, the explosive “1812” Overture, featuring the Huntington Beach Concert Band, which also provides pre-concert entertainment.