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Meet Columbia Alumni Behind Some of Broadway's Biggest Hits
by Team BWW - Nov 6, 2023

Did you know that these Columbia alumni are behind some of Broadway’s biggest hits?

Cortland Rep Reveals 2024 Summer Season
by Stephi Wild - Nov 2, 2023

Cortland Repertory Theatre is announcing their 52nd annual summer season to be held at the Little York Pavilion in Preble, NY in 2024. Learn more about the full lineup here!

The Beatles' Final Music Video to Be Released on Friday
by Michael Major - Oct 31, 2023

As announced last Thursday, October 26, the last Beatles song, “Now And Then” will be released this Thursday, November 2. Apple Corps Ltd./Capitol/UMe are pleased to share the details and premiere plans for the song’s evocative new music video, which Peter Jackson has directed in his first foray into music video production.

Album Review: Don't Walk, RUN To Get NANCY SINATRA KEEP WALKIN': SINGLES, DEMOS & RARITIES 1965 - 1978
by Bobby Patrick - Oct 20, 2023

Nancy Sinatra’s catalogue is spectacularly represented on the new release from the Light In The Attic label, KEEP WALKIN’.

Interview: Natasha Hause Seduces in THE GRADUATE at Sierra Rep
by Courtney Symes - Oct 16, 2023

The Graduate, a novel-turned-cult classic film and play, is an award-winning coming-of-age story about a young man who, feeling adrift after college, seeks connection with an older woman. It’s a story that has aged well, with themes that are collectively engaging. Finding one’s purpose, uncertainty, and lust are combined with loyalty and love to create a timeless piece of Americana. Who better to infuse the iconic work with Mrs. Robinson’s signature sex appeal than a Sacramento theatre icon? Sultry, smoky, and sophisticated are what Natasha Hause breathes into Sierra Rep’s Mrs. Robinson, bringing high society to the historic Fallon House Theatre and breathless entertainment to her audiences. The four-time BroadwayWorld Award-winning actress and director spoke to us about her coveted role, plans beyond Mrs. Robinson, and her secrets of seduction.

Interview: IT MUST BE Michael Kearns With His Latest GENDERFUL MUSICAL MEMOIR
by Gil Kaan - Sep 26, 2023

Michael Kearns presents his 16th Solo Show It Must Be Him: A Genderful Musical Memoir as part of CIRCA: Queer Histories Festival October 11, 2023 at the LGBT Center’s Davidson/Valenti Theatre. Long-time collaborator Ryland Shelton directs Michael. Michael graciously agreed to this, our fourth interview.

Pianist Lafayette Gilchrist's 'Undaunted' Out November 3 Via Morphius Records
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 19, 2023

Pianist Lafayette Gilchrist's latest album 'Undaunted' is set to release on November 3rd via Morphius Records. Stay tuned for an exciting and powerful musical experience.

Listen: Nancy Sinatra Sings Rodgers and Sondheim's 'Do I Hear A Waltz?'
by Stephi Wild - Sep 8, 2023

Nancy Sinatra, the eldest daughter of Frank Sinatra, has released a new album, Keep Walkin’: Singles, Demos & Rarities 1965-1978, which features previously unreleased music. One of the songs on the album is 'Do I Hear a Waltz?' by Richard Rodgers and Stephen Sondheim, from the musical of the same name. Listen to the song here!

Interview: Bob Mackie talks THE ART OF BOB MACKIE at Provincetown Public Library
by R. Scott Reedy - Aug 25, 2023

With a career in films, television, and stage spanning six decades, Bob Mackie had long secured his status as an iconic costume and fashion designer when he won his first Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Musical for “The Cher Show” in 2019.

Tony Award-Winning JERSEY BOYS Opens At Theatre By The Sea August 9
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 2, 2023

In celebration of 90 years of Theatre By The Sea, owner and producer Bill Hanney presents the Tony Award-winning smash hit Jersey Boys, which will be presented from August 9 – September 10, 2023.

Renee Fleming, Billy Crystal, Dionne Warwick, and More Will Receive Kennedy Center Honors
by Stephi Wild - Jun 22, 2023

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has announced the selection of five Honorees who will receive the 46th Kennedy Center Honors for lifetime artistic achievements. Learn more about the honorees here!

Exclusive: The 40 Greatest Songs by THE BEACH BOYS Ranked - The Perfect Playlist for Your Summer Vacation
by Peter Nason - Jun 14, 2023

'Good Vibrations'? 'California Girls'? 'I Get Around'? See where your favorite Beach Boys songs land on the list!

Milquetoast & Co. to Release 'Nights In White Satin' Single
by Blair Ingenthron - May 12, 2023

Milquetoast & Co. will release a new single - a sultry, atmospheric rendition of the Moody Blues' 1967 radio staple, 'Nights in White Satin' - that will be available via all major streaming platforms on Friday, May 19, 2023.

Photoville to Return for its 12th Year This June
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 9, 2023

Photoville, the Brooklyn-based nonprofit that brings breathtaking photography within reach of New Yorkers in all boroughs—free of charge—will present Photoville NYC 2023 (June 3 - 18).

RSL Announces Programme For Dalloway Day 2023
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2023

The Royal Society of Literature (RSL), the voice for the value of literature in the UK, has unveiled plans for Dalloway Day 2023 – an annual celebration of the work and legacy of Virginia Woolf which takes place each year on 'a Wednesday in mid-June'. 

Opera Orlando To Present BASEBALL: A MUSICAL LOVE LETTER, May 19 & 21
by A.A. Cristi - May 3, 2023

Opera Orlando concludes its 2022-23 Opera Everlasting season On the Town with something a little different—Baseball: a Musical Love Letter.

Suzan-Lori Parks' PLAYS FOR THE PLAGUE YEAR to Return to The Public Theater in April
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 17, 2023

The Public Theater has announced complete casting for the remount of the theatrical concert PLAYS FOR THE PLAGUE YEAR. See performance dates and learn how to purchase tickets!

Have Any Broadway Musicals Ever Closed Before They Opened?
by Jennifer Ashley Tepper - Mar 5, 2023

Broadway historian and self-proclaimed theatre nerd Jennifer Ashley Tepper is here to help with her new series, Broadway Deep Dive. This month, the reader question was: Have Any Broadway Musicals Ever Closed Before They Opened?

by Peter Nason - Feb 12, 2023

Reviewer Peter Nason ranks his choices for Burt Bacharach's top 50 tunes.

'Frank Kimbrough 2003-2006' to Be Released on Vinyl
by Michael Major - Dec 30, 2022

Frank Kimbrough 2003-2006 brings together 2003’s Lullabluebye, featuring longtime collaborators Ben Allison (bass) and Matt Wilson (drums); and the 2005 follow-up, Play, boasting a new trio with the then relatively unknown bassist Masa Kamaguchi alongside legendary drummer Paul Motian.

MoMA Announces A New Exhibition Series For 2023, Drawn From Its Collection, To Open On The First Friday Of Every Month 
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 7, 2022

The Museum of Modern Art has announced a new exhibition series for 2023, focused on modern and contemporary art in all mediums, that can only be seen at MoMA.

Video: Patti Murin and Colin Donnell Open Up About Their New Album, Something Stupid
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - Nov 21, 2022

Patti Murin and Colin Donnell have just released their first joint album! Titled Something Stupid after the 1967 Carson and Gaile song, the album is available to purchase now. In this video, the couple checks in with Richard Ridge to talk all about putting it together!

Julie Benko, Leslie Uggams, and More to Play 54 Below Next Week
by Blair Ingenthron - Nov 5, 2022

Next week, 54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond. A recipient of the 2022 Tony Awards Honor for Excellence in the Theatre, 54 Below celebrates Broadway musicals and writers of the past and present, promoting an ongoing engagement with their work.

Julie Benko, Santino Fontana, Leslie Uggams, and More to Play 54 Below Next Month
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 31, 2022

Next month, 54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond. A recipient of the 2022 Tony Awards Honor for Excellence in the Theatre, 54 Below celebrates Broadway musicals and writers of the past and present, promoting an ongoing engagement with their work.

Patti Murin and Colin Donnell to Release First Joint Album SOMETHING STUPID
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 25, 2022

Broadway couple Patti Murin and Colin Donnell will be releasing their first joint album! Titled Something Stupid afer the 1967 Carson and Gaile song, the album will be released on November 18. 


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