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by BWW News Desk - Sep 6, 2018
From October 6 to 27 at the Upper East Side's Bohemian National Hall and Jan Hus Church, GOH Productions will present a Centennial Heritage Festival, featuring mainstage marionette theater productions for adults and kids and musical concerts for audiences of all ages. The festival celebrates two auspicious anniversaries: the Centennial Anniversary of the founding of Czechoslovakia (1918) and the Millennial Anniversary of the unification of the Lands of the Czech Crown, under Duke Oldrich (1018).
by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2017
Actor/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will perform a return engagement of her docu-cabaret, 'Chavela: Think Of Me,' at Pangea Supper Club, 178 Second Ave. (East Village), November 2, 9 and 16, 2017 at 7:30 PM.
by Amelia Reynolds - Sep 20, 2017
This rendition of Julius Caesar by the Seattle Shakespeare Company will offer a few surprises. It is a streamlined production with a race and gender-diverse cast. With no clear-cut villains and heroes, this epic tale of political savagery has an engaging narrative. But when said savagery feels tepid, hiccups are more conspicuous, leaving audience members recalling the bad, rather than the good. Now performing at the Cornish Playhouse, Julius Caesar gets the job done, but it's problematic.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2017
In the era of alternative truth, it is timely to revisit three 1960s national traumas which are shrouded in dense cobwebs of multiple conspiracy theories: the assassinations of President Kennedy, Robert Kennedy and Rev. Martin Luther King. To elucidate them with puppet theater wisdom, Czechoslovak-American Marionette Theatre revisits these tragedies in 'The Life and Times of Lee Harvey Oswald,' conceived, written and directed by Vit Horejs.
by TV News Desk - Oct 28, 2019
For the fifth year, THROUGH HER LENS: The Tribeca CHANEL Women's Filmmaker Program will create new opportunities for women filmmakers. Tribeca and CHANEL, in collaboration with Pulse Films and Tribeca Film Institute (TFI), founded THROUGH HER LENS in 2015 to provide industry support, artistic development, and funding to emerging U.S.-based female writers and directors. Participants will gather in New York City for the program's 5th edition, which will run November 4-6, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2018
The Prince's Trust believes that every young person deserves the chance to succeed - so to raise funds for its work it is auctioning a collection of spectacular showbiz outfits of leading musicians and actors with Julien's Auctions' upcoming ICONS & IDOLS: ROCK-N-ROLL auction event on Saturday, November 10 live in Hard Rock Café in New York and online at juliensauctions.com. A marquee lineup featuring of items donated by Britney Spears, Lionel Richie, Mick Jagger, Rod Stewart, Joan Collins, Sharon and Ozzy Osbourne and more will star on the auction stage.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2017
Academy Award Nominee and film maker Bruce Brown has released his newest endeavor, The Endless Summer Book and Box Set which celebrates the 50th Anniversary of his iconic surf film The Endless Summer.
by Derek McCracken - Nov 29, 2019
As creatively ambitious as it is confounding, THE WHITES illuminates a race-inverted space where Black is white, the Whites are 'black' and...vice versa? Visually, narratively and dramatically, this play is far from subtle; familial archetypes and societal stereotypes collide, challenging us to recognize the Other while coming to grips with our self-awareness of implicit bias, privilege, and social injustice.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 2, 2017
Actor/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will perform a return engagement of her docu-cabaret, 'Chavela: Think Of Me,' at Pangea Supper Club, 178 Second Ave. (East Village), November 2, 9 and 16, 2017 at 7:30 PM.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2017
The CASA Award, a new playwriting award for women in South Africa, was announced at Playwrights Guild of Canada's Tom Hendry Awards this past Sunday at the Arts and Letters Club of Toronto.
by BWW News Desk - May 31, 2017
Not Here Right Now...the hilariously touching tale of a tall man in tight spaces finding clarity and avoiding a quarter-life crisis in the Far East, all while wearing strappy-velcro sandals (except to the wedding of the century) premieres at Synchronicity Theatre in Atlanta, GA on July 1st.
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2017
Lyric Opera of Chicago will hold auditions for dancers with strong technique and significant stage experience for its upcoming production of the opera The Pearl Fishers by Georges Bizet on Monday, June 5, 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2018
Johnsonville, the sausage brand synonymous with grilling season, knows that at the first sign of Spring, most people jump at the chance to throw on their summer apparel and get out and grill. But, more often than not, these eager beavers find themselves shivering in their jorts (jean shorts) as they fire up the first brat of the season.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 14, 2019
Actor/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will perform an updated version of her docu-cabaret musical, 'Chavela: Think Of Me,' at Don't Tell Mama, 343 West 46th Street, April 12 and May 17.
by Jade Kops - Mar 10, 2017
Two seemingly disparate worlds collide as a Shakespeare combines with ComicCon in an endeavor to engage a younger audience.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2017
Actor/cabaret singer Stephanie Trudeau will perform a return engagement of her docu-cabaret, 'Chavela: Think Of Me,' at Pangea Supper Club, 178 Second Ave. (East Village), June 26 at 7:30 PM. She had debuted the piece there on May 15 and has been invited back in response to the appreciation of her audience and an enthusatic review. 
by Sarah Hookey - Jun 4, 2019
Not Here Right Now...the Hilariously Touching Tale of a Tall Man in Tight Spaces Finding Clarity and Avoiding A Quarter-Life Crisis in Southeast Asia, All While Wearing Strappy-Velcro Sandals (Except to the Wedding of the Century) is showing at the Hollywood Fringe Festival on June 20th, 27th and 28th at the Broadwater Theater. 
by TV News Desk - Jun 26, 2019
From forming in their mate's bong shed in Coolum, Queensland 2016 when all three members were seventeen, to scoring a 24-carot bona fide viral hit on YouTube with 'Smoko' (currently up to 7.2 million views) and headlining the Electric Ballroom in London in two short years, The Chats ascent has been rapid to say the least.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 24, 2017
The Ardmore Initiative along with several Cricket Avenue businesses will present the Big Dig today, June 24, 2017, from 9:00am to 12:00pm. The family-oriented construction carnival will take place along Cricket Avenue and on the building site of One Ardmore Place, the 110-unit apartment being built by Dranoff Properties in Ardmore's vibrant downtown. The Big Dig is the first in a series of community events being rolled out by the business community to spotlight Ardmore as a live, work and play destination.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2017
The Ardmore Initiative along with several Cricket Avenue businesses will present the Big Dig on Saturday, June 24, 2017, from 9:00am to 12:00pm. The family-oriented construction carnival will take place along Cricket Avenue and on the building site of One Ardmore Place, the 110-unit apartment being built by Dranoff Properties in Ardmore's vibrant downtown. The Big Dig is the first in a series of community events being rolled out by the business community to spotlight Ardmore as a live, work and play destination.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 1, 2017
GOOD MORNING, THEATERATI! It's Thursday, June 1, 2017 - or, as we like to call it #TheaterThursday, 'June is busting out all over…' as a song from Carousel reminds us, and there's no better way to kick off a new month than by planning our theater outings for the weekend! Tomorrow night at Cumberland County Playhouse, the company, cast and crew unveil the 2017 model of Smoke on the Mountain, which marks the 24th year of the musical playing in Crossville. Weslie Webster directs and her cast includes Daniel W. Black and Lauren Marshall as Sanders family father and mother Burl and Vera.
by John Lariviere - Jul 9, 2017
New City Players presents the comedy Twelfth Night (also known as What You Will) by William Shakespeare published in his 1623 First Folio. The first recorded performance was on February 2, 1602, at Candlemas, the formal end of Christmastide in the year's calendar. The play expands on plot elements drawn from the short story Of Apollonius and Silla by Barnabe Rich, based on a story by Matteo Bandello. Observant theatre goers may recognize the exact same plot from movies such as Just One of the Guys (1985), and She's the Man (2006).
by Paul Bolton - Jul 28, 2018
Audience on a Hairspray High this summer at the Starlight in Kansas City. Hang onto your sandals - this show's gonna knock your socks off. Hairspray is showing at the Starlight Kansas City July 27 through Aug. 2nd, 2018
by - Jul 28, 2017
Get all the scoop on TODAY 7/31 - 8/11, airing on NBC on Friday, July 28, 2017!
by Alan Portner - Jul 28, 2017
Holding an audience on a stage by yourself for a whole hour is no small task, but it is one accomplished by Buffalo Grove Illinois' Tim Mooney in his remarkably cogent performance of 'Breakneck Julius Caesar' at the Unicorn Theatre's Jerome Stage as his contribution to the 2017 Fringe. Tim Mooney is a repeat offender at Fringe and he is always excellent.
by Alan Portner - Jul 26, 2017
As part of the 2017 KC Fringe, 'Yiddish With Dick And Jane' is worth seeing at the Arts Asylum close to downtown. Although just about anyone can enjoy this one, it says something about age when one realizes his own education falls after the McGuffey Reader period and smack in the middle of 'Reading with Dick and Jane' years.
by Amy Zipperer - Jul 23, 2017
In our family album, there is a photograph of me at around 18 months old, and I'm crying. Though I have no memory of the moment that's been captured for posterity, I've been told that I had just gotten a smidge of dirt on my pink dress. I try not to think about this as I traverse the muddy embankment, heading for the forest clearing where Serenbe Playhouse's immersive, site-specific production of Robin Hood, a new adaptation by Rachel Teagle under the direction of Paul McGill, plays throughout the summer. I decline the bug spray at the check-in point. In retrospect, that's probably a mistake. I approach the clearing and find my seat on a wooden bench. In front of me, dozens of children have taken spots on the ground on appropriately Robin Hood-y colored blankets. It's clear to me that they are ready for a grand adventure. A little girl in yellow jelly sandals lies on her stomach with her chin propped in her hands. She is ready. A little boy with a cowlick doles out goldfish crackers from a plastic baggie to the children sitting near him. He is ready. They are all ready. And what they get is a very pleasant morning of theatre.
by Peter Nason - Jul 19, 2019
When it comes to Tony Award snubbing, there are several artistic high crimes and misdemeanors. For instance, Fiorello! winning Best Musical over Gypsy, or the good Music Man besting the better West Side Story. Or how about this awful upset: Two Gentlemen of Verona (the since-forgotten musical) beating both Grease and Follies for the top honor. Perhaps worst of all is this: Even though A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM was Stephen Sondheim's first and most successful Broadway show as a composer and lyricist, and even though it would win six of its eight nominated Tony Awards in 1962-1963 (including Best Musical), Mr. Sondheim himself was not even nominated for his lyrics and score. A show that features some of the most beloved comic songs from the early 1960's--'Comedy Tonight,' 'Lovely,' and 'Everybody Ought to Have a Maid'--wasn't even nominated for these iconic numbers. (For the record, Oliver! won that year for Best Score.) Broadway's greatest composer would have to wait almost a decade to receive his first Tony Award.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2019
World-renowned hypnotist Simon Warner returns to Edinburgh Festival with the first ever improvised, hypnotised musical featuring a cast of all-star improvisers
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2019
Lights, camera...disaster! Half the cast of the latest Hollywood blockbuster haven't turned up on set and with only one hour left to wrap the movie, the Hypnotic Director makes a daring decision to throw away the script and start from scratch.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2017
Not Here Right Now...the hilariously touching tale of a tall man in tight spaces finding clarity and avoiding a quarter-life crisis in the Far East, all while wearing strappy-velcro sandals (except to the wedding of the century) premieres at Synchronicity Theatre in Atlanta, GA on July 1st.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2019
Irritating audiences since 2012, Eli Pasic and his mildly amusing songs will make a one-night-only appearance at Jazz Bistro on Tuesday, February 12th (at 7PM) featuring stage performers CHRISTINE MCKEON and TOM FINN!
by Jade Kops - Feb 9, 2019
Neil Gooding (Producer/Director) delivers another well crafted Pro/Am production with Packemin Production's staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber (Music) and Tim Rice's (Lyrics) JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR. 
by BWW News Desk - Feb 27, 2018
The Maltz Jupiter Theatre is seeking young performers for Disney Beauty and the Beast and West Side Story!
by Vikki Jane Vile - Feb 21, 2018
Sadler's Wells' annual season of flamenco is now in its 15th year. It offers a varied bill, from the traditional and vibrant to more contemporary interpretations. In the case of Isabel Bayon's new work, Dju-Dju, the slightly eccentric too.
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 19, 2019
The Print Room at The Coronet is hosting a slick and melancholic bilingual revival of Henrik Ibsen's The Lady From The Sea produced by the venue in their first collaboration with The Norwegian Ibsen Company.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2017
During Miami Art Week 2018, the National YoungArts Foundation brought emerging artists to the fore by announcing a major new granting program for early career visual artists and partnering with major fairs to exhibit the work of YoungArts alumni.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Aug 30, 2018
Brand New Sheriff's production of ECLIPSED reaffirms that Danai Gurira is a force to be reckoned with as a playwright as well as a Marvel Universe action hero.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2019
Cataldo is thrilled to announce the upcoming release of Literally Main Street, due out September 27th. The John Vanderslice produced LP is the follow up to the critically praised album Keepers, which in addition to kudos from American Songwriter, The Stranger, and Brooklyn Vegan, won attention from Stereogum for bridging “pensive indie rock stylings with rhythmically complex pop worthy of an '80s teen movie's closing credits.” Today Cataldo, the moniker for Seattle musician Eric Anderson's creative output, is sharing the music video for the new single “Ding Dong Scrambled Eggs”, which Flood Magazine praises as “stormy and evocative.” This fall, Cataldo hits the road for dates up and down the east and west coasts. All upcoming tour dates are below.
by Christopher Castanho - Apr 28, 2017
'Ay carajo, it's hot!' Can be heard at the Theater of the Performing Arts, but it's not due to the temperature on Washington Street in Hartford, it's about the temperature In The Heights. With a diverse and talented cast of thirty students, The Greater Hartford Academy of the Arts' spring musical proudly presents 'In The Heights' written by the Pulitzer-Prize Winning Writer Lin-Manuel Miranda, most famous for his recent creation: HAMILTON.
by Christina Hoth - Apr 25, 2017
Currently on stage at Lakeside is the Greek comedy: 'Lysistrata'.  Though written by Aristophanes eons ago, this play has many shockingly contemporary, relevant themes of women rising up to have their voices heard, while men consistently fight to prove who boasts the larger... ego.  As an audience member, Director Dale Moon's forward in the playbill gives solid insight into the culture of 411 BC:  'Ancient Athens was considered to be a 'phallocracy' because of the everyday emphasis on the penis.  It was a symbol of male power, of military strength, and, most importantly, fertility, both human and agricultural.'  Lysistrata is a Grecian matriarch, although such a thing would have been largely frowned upon in her day, whose simple aspiration is to end the Peloponnesian War through drastic measures.  She proposes that the women of her nation withhold sexual interaction with their men as a means to protest their continued battles.  In turn, she hopes that the men of the nation will opt for peace in a desperate attempt to relieve their own, intimate tensions.
by TV News Desk - Apr 23, 2018
Famed bass player from MC5, Michael Davis, takes us on a rollercoaster ride of triumph and tragedy in his superb new 350-page memoir titled "I Brought Down The MC5"! The book includes rarely seen photos and original artwork by Davis!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2017
Trudeau will unveil the piece May 15 at Pangea Supper Club, 178 Second Ave. (East Village), accompanied by her arranger, David Lahm on piano and by Ben Lapidus on guitar and percussion.