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Opened: October 3, 1951

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Review: New Production of THE KING AND I is Simply Glorious at the La Mirada Theatre
by Michael Quintos - Apr 28, 2023

Presented by McCoy Rigby Entertainment, this beautiful, mesmerizing, Broadway-caliber production of THE KING AND I has all the ingredients of a great revival done right, from its dazzling visual and technical components to the vibrant musical magic created by both its rousing orchestra and the talented artists that make up its superb ensemble cast.

A World Premiere, West Coast Premieres & More Set for San Francisco Playhouse 21st Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 27, 2023

San Francisco Playhouse has announced its 21st season, to be presented September 2023 to September 2024. See full programming, and learn how to purchase tickets!

MOCA Jacksonville To Present Interactive Exhibition of John Cage & Friends from Black Mountain College
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 27, 2023

MOCA Jacksonville has announced the upcoming exhibition Don't Blame it on ZEN: The Way of John Cage & Friends.

Ballet West Issues Statement After Alleged Harassment of Black Dancers
by Stephi Wild - May 28, 2021

'As an organization committed to maintaining a diverse and inclusive environment for all of its employees, Ballet West condemns the actions of these individuals in the strongest manner possible,' the statement reads.

Student Blog: How 'Othello' Influenced A Young Black Man
by Student Blogger: Cris Blak - Apr 9, 2021

One play changed my perspective on Shakespeare, theatre and the part that race plays in our creative and popular culture.

New and Upcoming Releases For the Week of February 1 - Webber's CINDERELLA Cast Recording, and More!
by Stephi Wild - Feb 3, 2021

Check out this week's list of releases, including Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella cast recording, The Color Purple on vinyl, What the Constitution Means to Me, and more!

Skylight Music Theatre Announces Revised 2020-2021 Season
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2020

 Skylight Music Theatre today unveiled their revised 2020-21 season, with a new line-up of outstanding music theatre addressing the realities of presenting live performances in the time of Covid-19. Skylight is Milwaukeea??s professional music theatre company and located at 158 N. Broadway in Milwaukeea??s Historic Third Ward.

by Peter Nason - May 26, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest scenes in cinema from 1901 to 2020. See if your favorite movie moments made the list!

BWW Exclusive: The 101 Greatest MOVIE MUSICALS of All Time
by Peter Nason - Mar 30, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the best film musicals since the sound era began; see if your favorites made the list!

TCM Announces Big Screen Classics Series Featuring FIDDLER ON THE ROOF, ANNIE & More!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Dec 4, 2019

 'Surely, you can't be serious!' In 2020, 14 of movie history's greatest romances, funniest comedies, scariest monsters, boldest visions, ultimate adventures, and most unforgettable dramas will be back in movie theaters across the country as Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies present the fourth annual, yearlong TCM Big Screen Classics series.

Imani Winds Comes to the Wharton Center
by Stephi Wild - Oct 24, 2019

Imani Winds is a Grammy-nominated wind quintet that for the past two decades has created meaningful connections through music and, by doing so, has set a new standard for chamber music. The group blends traditional chamber music and newly commissioned work that reflects historical events and today's issues. Imani Winds harnesses dynamic playing and adventurous programming to create breathtaking performances. They are returning to Wharton Center for one night only on Friday, November 8, at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are available at the official source to purchase Wharton Center tickets online,; at the Auto-Owners Insurance Ticket Office; or by calling 1-800-WHARTON.

Kino Lorber to Release New 4K Restoration of THE ATOMIC CAFE Nationwide Following its SXSW Premiere 3/10
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 7, 2018

Kino Lorber Repertory is proud to announce the acquisition of all North American rights to the new 4K IndieCollect restoration of The Atomic Cafe, supervised by filmmakers Kevin Rafferty, Jayne Loader and Pierce Rafferty. Set to premiere at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival in Austin, TX, on Saturday, March 10, 2018, the newly-restored The Atomic Cafe will open in theaters nationwide during the summer––and receive a home media release during fall 2018.

BWW Review: Segerstrom Center Welcomes the Gorgeous Lincoln Center Theater Production of THE KING AND I
by Michael Quintos - Mar 1, 2018

Featuring outstanding performances from a cast led by Laura Michelle Kelly and Jose Llana, the beautiful and exquisite national tour production of Lincoln Center Theater's Tony Award-winning revival of the 1951 Rodgers and Hammerstein classic THE KING AND I leaves audiences utterly spellbound by its sweeping opulence and gorgeous, reverent staging-which notably combines the elegance and grace of the classic musical many of us have known and loved for decades with a knowing sensitivity to modern times that we exist in today. The national tour production continues its two-week run of performances at Orange County's Segerstrom Center for the Arts in Costa Mesa that continues through March 11, 2018.

BWW Review: CABARET Continues to Captivate On Opening Night at Nashville's TPAC
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 28, 2018

One thing becomes abundantly clear while witnessing Bailey McCall Thomas' emotionally charged performance of the song 'Cabaret' during a performance of the iconic Broadway musical of the same name: there is perhaps no 'title song' quite so evocative, quite so stunning as John Kander and Fred Ebb's composition for Cabaret. For it is during that song, performed by Sally Bowles in a Weimar era nightclub in Berlin, that the show's entire focus - every theme that shapes the work in order to tell its totally engrossing and entertaining story - is brought sharply into view, set to a memorable melody that seems at once to be both joyous and mournful, ensuring that every audience member experiences a response unique to them.

NYC's Most Comprehensive Celebration of Cinematographer Kazuo Miyagawa
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 23, 2018

Working intimately with directors like Yasujiro Ozu, Akira Kurosawa, Kenji Mizoguchi and Kon Ichikawa on some of their most important films, Kazuo Miyagawa (1908-99) pushed Japanese cinema to its highest artistic peaks through his lyrical, innovative, and technically flawless camerawork. Considered the greatest cinematographer of postwar Japanese cinema whose career endured through the 1990s, Miyagawa has influenced generations of leading filmmakers around the world.

BWW Review: Kennedy Center's THE KING AND I is Sweeping, Epic and Glorious, etcetera, etcetera
by Benjamin Tomchik - Jul 24, 2017

Lincoln Center's epic and sweeping production of The King and I is Broadway done right and not to be missed!

Paul Taylor Dance Company and the U.S. Debut of Roy Assaf Dance at Jacob's Pillow
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 22, 2017

Based in Israel, Roy Assaf Dance makes its U.S. debut with a program of clever and heartfelt works in the Doris Duke Theatre July 12-16. A rising choreographic star, Assaf has been commissioned by companies across the globe including Batsheva Dance Company, The Royal Swedish Ballet, National Dance Company Wales, and LA Dance Project. The program opens with Assaf's embracing duet Six Years Later which is praised for its "beauty, nuances, and intricate, astute movements" (Ora Brafman, Jerusalem Post), and closes with his powerful all-male trio The Hill, inspired by veterans' experiences and based on the Hebrew song "Givat Hatachmoshet".

Boston Lyric Opera Announces 2017/18 Season - Elena Stikhina in TOSCA, World Premiere of THE NEFARIOUS and More!
by Christina Mancuso - Mar 9, 2017

Boston Lyric Opera's Stanford Calderwood General & Artistic Director Esther Nelson announced today an eclectic 2017/18 Season designed to please die-hard opera fans as well as newcomers to the art form.  Each of the Company's productions will be presented on a different area stage, starting October 13-22, 2017 with a new production of Giacomo Puccini's Tosca featuring the American debut of award-winning rising global star Elena Stikhina in the title role. The World Premiere of The Nefarious, Immoral but Highly Profitable Enterprise of Mr. Burke & Mr. Hare (a.k.a. Burke & Hare) by composer Julian Grant and librettist Mark Campbell follows November 8-12, 2017.  From March 16-25, 2018, BLO presents Kurt Weill and Bertolt Brecht's pivotal early-20th century work The Threepenny Opera.  BLO closes its Season in May with Leonard Bernstein's Trouble in Tahiti, paired with his Arias and Barcarolles, to mark the Lawrence, Mass.-born composer's centennial.

BWW Review: Don't Cry for Cabrillo's Must See EVITA
by Don Grigware - Oct 17, 2016

Tim Rice's & Andrew Lloyd Webber's Evita has had a thirty-eight year international love affair with the public since it  premiered in 1978 in London and in 1979 on Broadway. The newest revival in regional theatre is currently at Cabrillo in Thousand Oaks until October 23 only. An operetta based on Eva Duarte Peron and husband Juan Peron of Argentina, the story documents the rise to power of a simple peasant girl to the rank - almost - of Vice-President of her country. I say almost because she became too ill to accept the nomination in 1951 and passed into immortality in 1952 after a seven year reign as First Lady of Argentina, which began in 1946. Evita: criminal or saint? has been the topic of books and documentaries. Eva

A Red Orchid Theatre Extends THE MUTILATED
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 8, 2016

?Due to popular demand, A Red Orchid Theatre has extended its critically-acclaimed production of Tennessee Williams' The Mutilated, directed by Ensemble Member Dado. The Mutilated will now run through March 13, 2016. The Mutilated features Ensemble Members Lance Baker, Jennifer Engstrom, Mierka Girten, Steve Haggard, Shade Murray, Doug Vickers and Natalie West with Ciera Dawn, Jennifer Glasse, Roy Gonzalez, Mario Hernandez, Morgan Maher, Lauren Vogel and Dominque Worsley. A Red Orchid Theatre is located at 1531 N Wells.

BWW Recap: Jay Garrick Gives the New FLASH a Crash Course
by Misha Davenport - Oct 13, 2015

Old Flash Jay Garrick meets THE FLASH and it's awesome!

Review Roundup: THE KING AND I Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Apr 16, 2015

Lincoln Center Theater presents Rodgers & Hammerstein's The King and I, led by Kelli O'Hara (as Anna Leonowens) and Ken Watanabe (as the King of Siam), directed by Bartlett Sher. The production opens tonight, April 16, 2015 at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (150 West 65 Street). Let's see what the critics had to say...

BWW Reviews: All in the Family: AFTER THE REVOLUTION
by Daniel Collins - Mar 31, 2015

Noted playwright Amy Herzog's AFTER THE REVOLUTION tells the tale of three generations of the Joseph family, shaken by moral and political views and a shocking family secret revealed.

Review Roundup: THE AUDIENCE, Starring Helen Mirren, Opens on Broadway - ALL the Reviews!
by Sally Henry Fuller - Mar 8, 2015

?Peter Morgan's The Audience, starring Academy Award winner Helen Mirren and directed by Stephen Daldry, opes its limited engagement at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street) tonight, March 8. The production runs through June 28, 2015.Peter Morgan's The Audience, starring Academy Award winner Helen Mirren and directed by Stephen Daldry, opes its limited engagement at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre (236 West 45th Street) tonight, March 8. The production runs through June 28, 2015. Let's see what the critics had to say!

Stars from AMERICAN IDOL, SYTYCD & DWTS Set for Tonight's BALLROOM WITH A TWIST at Bucks County Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2014

Bucks County Playhouse opens up its stage to the star power talent with the National Tour of BALLROOM WITH A TWIST tonight, November 4th. Audiences are invited to experience the unique and live thrill of witnessing pros from Dancing with the Stars, American Idol and So You Think You Can Dance move together now all on one stage at the Playhouse.


Remains to Be Seen has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1951.



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