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by A.A. Cristi - May 3, 2022
The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra announced two additional special events for its 2022-2023 season: hip-hop artist Common will make his Cincinnati Pops debut on Tuesday, October 25, 2022 under the direction of Pops Principal Guest Conductor Damon Gupton, and singer-songwriter-pianist Ben Folds will perform an orchestra show with the Pops on Tuesday, April 25, 2023. 
by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2022
Act II Playhouse announces their 2022-2023 season which is filled with shows being performed for the first time on the Act II stage. 
by Marissa Tomeo - May 28, 2022
Launching with The Great Pyjama Party on 25th June 2022, Museum of the Home’s Festival of Sleep explores our understanding and experience of sleep and rest, how it has changed over time and  across cultures. With thoughtful galleries sharing stories of home from a range of perspectives, and  curatorial expertise in inviting everyone to think about what ‘home’ means, the Museum is uniquely  positioned to examine the nation’s quest for more and better sleep. Festival of Sleep will also explore  how homelessness, ill health and domestic violence affect our sleep and our dreams. This is the second annual festival from Museum of the Home, following the success of its Festival of Belonging in 2021. 
by A.A. Cristi - May 26, 2022
Newport Classical will present the world premiere of Crooked Shanks by Shawn E. Okpebholo, performed by pianist Aldo López-Gavilán on Saturday, July 9 at 8pm, at The Breakers (44 Ochre Point Ave.) as part of the 2022 Newport Classical Music Festival (formerly Newport Music Festival), running from July 1-17, 2022.
by Paula Makar - May 18, 2022
With a book by Stephan Elliott and Allan Scott, and a slew of 70s dance floor anthems including It’s Raining Men, I Will Survive, Hot Stuff, Boogie Wonderland, Girls Just Wanna Have Fun, and I Love The Nightlife, it’s hard not to sit still in your seat. You’ll want to sing and dance along!
by Michael Major - May 18, 2022
Multi-instrumentalist, Ian recorded all the instruments and vocals for “The Learning Tree” in his studio, Eyeball Studios, in Cinnaminson, NJ casually spanning as far back as 2004 onward. Upon deciding to finally complete this massive project this year, freshly recorded drums and vocals were added to complete the project and give it its final touches.
by A.A. Cristi - May 17, 2022
Norine Braun has been writing music for as long as she can remember, since picking up the guitar at age 10. 'Music is my life, spiritual path, and life's work,' she says. After she released her first album in 1996, she never looked back.
by Michael Major - May 17, 2022
Brooklyn-based artist Dida Pelled announces her new album Love Of The Tiger and releases her new single “Melody” as well as b-side track “Skinny.' Pelled is widely regarded as the greatest jazz guitarist this side of the Mississippi. As her jazz star rose, she felt a pull toward classic American songwriting.
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2022
Awakening Events and Awakening Foundation announce multi-Grammy and GMA Dove Award winning artist, Zach Williams will continue his headlining tour this fall. The Zach Williams Fall '22 Tour with special guest Ben Fuller is coming to The Weidner on Tuesday, September 20, 2022 at 7:00 pm. Tickets for the 36-city tour go on sale this Friday, May 13 at 11:00 am.
by Michael Major - May 10, 2022
Today Yellowknife’s Digawolf reveals details of his forthcoming album and shares the video of his  first single, “Segia Dahte”.  Meaning “friend, how are you”, all songs on the record are written in his Tlicho (Dogrib) language; the first time Digawolf has released an all Tlicho LP since his 2012 Naka De record.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 31, 2022
Following almost two years of Covid induced postponements, Jennifer Irons’ riotous one-woman show Yukon Ho!, detailing her upbringing, life and ultimate escape from Canada’s frozen north is finally touring the UK. Jen now lives in Worthing and appropriately the final tour date is at the town’s Connaught Studio on 28 April.
by Michael Major - Mar 30, 2022
Co-produced by Kid Harpoon and Rogers, Surrender is the follow-up to Heard It in a Past Life, her massively beloved 2019 album. She gives a raw, poetic account of the internal journey that led her to Surrender in the striking album trailer, which she co-directed with Michael Scanlon. Watch the new album trailer now!
by Michael Major - Mar 30, 2022
Brandon Williams makes resonant songs that capture isolation and resilience. As the songwriter behind Chastity, the Whitby, Ontario musician has made three unrelentingly perceptive albums culminating in the cathartic new Suffer Summer. Watch the music video and check out new tour dates now!
by Alexander C. Kafka - Mar 27, 2022
Hailstork and Martin’s requiem is a grand, troubling, rich, and worthy work for an America still struggling to rise from its sometimes sordid history and violent predilections toward its lofty goals and promise.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 25, 2022
the american vicarious will present the world premiere of Shooting Celebrities by John Ransom Phillips, a multidisciplinary artist equally celebrated for his painting and writing. The production stars Julia Watt as Mary Lincoln, wife of President Abraham Lincoln, and Gene Gillette as Mathew Brady, America’s first celebrity photographer. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 24, 2022
Today the Seattle Symphony announced its 2022/2023 season, which features a wide range of repertoire across its full series offerings and an exciting lineup of acclaimed guest artists and conductors joining the orchestra from around the world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 22, 2022
New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater will present the Archive Residency world premiere of iNegro, a rhapsody, written and performed by Kareem M. Lucas, and production concept by Stevie Walker-Webb, and a work-in-progress presentation of A Burning Church.
by Aaron Wallace - Jun 9, 2022
What did our critic think of JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Dr. Phillips Center? The show remains fundamentally a relic of the precise moment in time that Short summed up so well, when the convergence of counterculture and rock & roll meant that an irreverent but ultimately thin concept like this one — “the Bible but make it a concert” — seemed utterly avant-garde...
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 27, 2022
In 1994 the world lost one of its most beloved musicians, grunge icon, Kurt Cobain. Part eulogy, part fantasy, part biography, 'Aberdeen,' is an in-the-round conversation between multi award-winning writer, comedian, musician and animator, Cassie Workman with Kurt that takes place across Washington State, including his hometown, of Aberdeen.
by Michael Major - Jun 23, 2022
Marcus King today announced the release of ‘Lie Lie Lie’, the latest preview track from his forthcoming solo album, Young Blood. Accompanying the song release, King released a live video, created at Auerbach’s Easy Eye Sound Studio, it features acclaimed musicians including Chris St. Hilaire on drums and Nick Movshon on bass.
by Michael Major - Jun 21, 2022
Produced by AMC Studios, the six-episode second season will arrive on AMC+ and AMC next year. The season one premiere on June 12 attracted an audience of 2.2 million viewers on AMC in Nielsen live+3 ratings, becoming the #5 cable drama premiere of the current broadcast TV season. Dark Winds is also the #1 new series launch in AMC+ history.
by Michael Rabice - Jun 20, 2022
A Victorian thriller melded with a dash of 21st century female fortitude makes up the fabric of the Shaw Festival's gripping new production of GASLIGHT. Over the years the Festival has mastered presenting these chilling stories in it's quaint jewel box  Royal George Theatre. Memories of REBECCA and AND THEN THERE WERE NONE always pervade my memories in that theatre. Even at first glance, the dimly lit set primes the audience for an afternoon of intrigue and escapism to another era.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2022
Philadelphia Women’s Theatre Festival (PWTF) begins its annual play festival on August 4 and ends on August 7. This year’s festival showcases seven new plays by Philadelphia playwrights all aimed at breaking down the stigma that surrounds the discussion and treatment of mental illnesses.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 15, 2022
​​​​​​​130 performers from 17 countries unite to bring comfort and healing to a wounded world in October Project's Worldwide Choir of Return to Me, a dual audio/video release that will premiere on YouTube on June 21st.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2022
Harlem Stage will present six-time GRAMMY-nominated pianist, composer, and bandleader Gerald Clayton and his multidisciplinary project, Piedmont Blues: A Search for Salvation.
by Michael Major - Jun 14, 2022
Dida Pelled has released the music video for her new single “Melody.” Directed by Jenna Reed, the video stars fellow New York singer/songwriter Cassandra Jenkins. Arriving just in time for Pride Month, Pelled and Jenkins take on the wilderness together with an overnight camping trip.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 29, 2022
Today, Capitol Records released Maggie Rogers new album, Surrender – the follow-up to 2019's Heard It in a Past Life, which entered Billboard's Top Album Sales chart at No. 1, landed her a GRAMMY nomination for Best New Artist and went on to amass over one billion combined global streams.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2022
Tony Award-winning actress Lena Hall (Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Kinky Boots, “Snowpiercer”) will take on the role of Audrey in the three-time Best Musical Revival Award-winning production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS this fall, beginning Tuesday, September 6, 2022 at the Westside Theatre.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 25, 2022
The Washington Stage Guild, having successfully and safely returned to in-person performances in the 2021-2022 season, announces its upcoming year's repertory, a season of plays that look, fittingly, at the challenges of transition.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2022
Pre-pandemic Rosy Carrick became the world's first female time-travelling doctor in her multi-award-winning theatre debut 'Passionate Machine'. Now this feminist powerhouse is Musclebound to examine our most shameful sexual secrets.
by BWW Staff - Jul 11, 2022
It's official! Lea Michele will take over as Fanny Brice in Funny Girl on Broadway, succeeding Beanie Feldstein who will depart the production on July 31st. Find out when Lea Michele and Tovah Feldshuh are joining the show, how to get ticket and more.
by Michael Major - Aug 9, 2022
The return of Pixies has been rapturously received, the alt-rock trailblazers reconnecting with long-term fans and introducing themselves to a fresh new audience.  In recent weeks, they’ve headlined large outdoor venues across the UK, performed as special guests to Pearl Jam in Hyde Park, and played one of their most intimate shows in years.
by Misha Davenport - Aug 8, 2022
What did our critic think of THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA at Nederlander Theatre? Haute mess. Fashion weak. Prêt-à-poor taste. I could go on with the fashion puns all day, but suffice to say THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA, the new musical which opened Sunday in not quite ready for the runway in its current state.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 8, 2022
Multi-GRAMMY and GMA Dove Award  winning artist and songwriter Zach Williams will continue his headlining tour this fall. Kicking off September 14 and running through November 20, the Zach Williams Fall '22 Tour will stop at The VETS in Providence October 25. Tickets are on sale now and can be purchased online at TheVetsRI.com.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Aug 6, 2022
Hand Clapping, Heart Pumping, Soul Singing: MSMT & Portland Stage Present SMOKE ON THE MOUNTAIN
by Stephi Wild - Aug 3, 2022
Fresh off the heels of its 2nd annual PORCHSIDE Festival, which brought theatre lovers into 13 beautiful backyard settings for an incredible outdoor entertainment series throughout July, Theatre Collingwood is heading back indoors to the Simcoe Street Theatre with more summer entertainment.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 11, 2022
Idle Muse Theatre Company has announced the cast for its world premiere production of The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, adapted by Idle Muse Company Member Michael Dalberg and directed by Morgan Manasa.
by Kevin Shaw - Apr 8, 2022
Theatre Memphis’ newest production (CICADA) which opened this past weekend and runs through April 16th explores the difference between a memory and a ghost and what it means to be haunted by both. Memories, like ghosts, are just manifestations (internal versus external) of the people in our lives (often family) who shaped, loved, and inspired us. Or they’re recollections (real or imagined) of kinfolk who sometimes shamed, tormented, and frightened us. Perhaps they’re both. There’s an argument to be made (generally speaking) when people utter the phrase, “Family is forever,” it’s supposed to be a good thing, but what if it’s not? What if your family offers nothing but a long lineage of misery and pain? What to do? Where to go?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 4, 2022
Olney Theatre Center announced a series of events as part of its new “Community Partners” program, planned in conjunction with its first partner, The Sandy Spring Slave Museum & African Art Gallery.
by Barry Lenny - Apr 29, 2022
The concert was, of course, superb.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 28, 2022
The New Ohio Theatre and IRT Theater Archive Residency world premiere of iNegro, a rhapsody, begins performances tonight at New Ohio Theatre (154 Christopher St.) in New York City! iNegro, a rhapsody is written and performed by Kareem M. Lucas, with production concept by Stevie Walker-Webb, and directed by Zoey Martinson.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 28, 2022
EARTH + ICEAGE come to the FOX THEATRE on Tuesday, October 4, 2022. Doors open at 8:30 pm with the showat 9:00 pm. Tickets on sale at 10AM Friday, April 29th.
by Elliot Lanes - Apr 25, 2022
Sometimes you have no idea where your career path will take you. Lee Mooring was just minding his own business serving our country as a member of the U.S. Air Force. When asked to produce a Christian event for believers in his community everything changed.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 21, 2022
Cape Rep Theatre kicks off its 37th season with the New England premiere of the hilarious off-Broadway musical western, Tumacho, directed by Maura Hanlon, opening Wednesday, May 18, and playing Wednesdays - Saturdays at 7 pm and Sundays at 2pm through June 12 in the Indoor Theater.
by Michael Major - Apr 18, 2022
Dark Winds follows Lieutenant Joe Leaphorn (Zahn McClarnon, The Son, Westworld, Fargo) of the Tribal Police as he is besieged by a series of seemingly unrelated crimes. The closer he digs to the truth, the more he exposes the wounds of his past. He is joined on this journey by his new deputy, Jim Chee (Kiowa Gordon, The Red Road, Roswell, New Mexico).
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 16, 2022
Today, LA-based rocker Kate Clover shares, 'Daisy Cutter,' the latest track off her forthcoming debut LP, Bleed Your Heart Out (due April 22, 2022 via SongVest Records / SVR). The track is a true rollicking punk-rock number, exhibiting Kate's affinity for fuzzed-out riffs and toe-tapping melodies. The single comes alongside a music video, directed by Nicole Lipp and featuring Kate performing the track live in front of gawking onlookers.
by Michael Major - Apr 15, 2022
Touching on a range of influences plucked from literature including the fabled river Styx from Greek mythology and Murakami’s novel ‘Hard Boiled Wonderland’ and even nods to Jim Henson’s ‘Labyrinth’, “Halo” deftly blends the real with the surreal and boasts Sam and Sarah Gotley’s breadth as writers. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 1, 2022
The Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts presents a radical reinvention of Shakespeare's KING LEAR, starring Emmy Award and NAACP Image Award winner Joe Morton (ABC's “Scandal,” the legendary Brother from Another Planet, Netflix's “The Politician,” Justice League) and directed by John Gould Rubin, opening Saturday, May 14 and running through Sunday, June 5, 2022, with previews May 10 through 13, in The Wallis' Bram Goldsmith Theater.
by Michael Major - Apr 1, 2022
Today he shares the album’s “Leaving Today” which was co-produced with Tom McFarland (Jungle) and notes “‘Leaving Today’ was written about what it would be like to go on tour again after so long. Listen to the new single now! Plus, pre-order the upcoming album.

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Salvation has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.

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Salvation has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.

What productions of Salvation have there been?
Salvation has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.