Something Good

Opened: June 28, 2002
Closing: June 28, 2002

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'Super Deluxe' THE SOUND OF MUSIC Soundtrack Will Be Released in December, Listen to the First Track! by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

An all new soundtrack of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless cinematic masterpiece The Sound of Music will be released this December, with multiple expanded, remixed, and remastered reissues. Plus, listen to the first track here!

Yoke Lore Releases Debut Album Toward 'A Never Ending New Beginning' by Michael Major - Sep 22, 2023

Last month, Yoke Lore embarked on the 23-date ‘Holy Havoc’ World Tour, which has seen the artist selling out numerous dates coast-to-coast including Irving Plaza in New York City and Metro in Chicago. The first leg of the tour concludes tomorrow in Vancouver, BC. It will continue in October, with the singer heading to Australia.

Tom Petty & the Heartbreakers to Reissue Limited-Edition Vinyl of 'Mojo' Album by Michael Major - Sep 7, 2023

It was the twelfth studio album from Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, showcasing the band’s melodic range—from Rock ‘n’ Roll, to Country, to electric and acoustic Blues, to classic moody ballads. Since its release the album has grown in stature and popularity, showing an enduring appeal with the bands most ardent fans.

EDINBURGH 2023: Review: NO LOVE SONGS, Traverse Theatre by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 9, 2023

A new gig-theatre show featuring songs by Kyle Falconer of The View. Inspired by real-life experiences of Kyle and Laura, the story follows two new parents grappling with the challenges of parenthood and weight of postnatal depression. Through a powerful blend of music, tears, and laughter, the audience is taken on a heartfelt journey as they navigate the ups and downs of their new life.

Westport Country Playhouse To Present Reading Of Romantic Comedy MAYTAG VIRGIN, August 21 by A.A. Cristi - Aug 8, 2023

Westport Country Playhouse will present a Script in Hand playreading of the romantic comedy, “Maytag Virgin,” written and directed by southern regionalist Audrey Cefaly, on Monday, August 21, at 7 p.m. The play was voted “Best Comedy” in Atlanta by in 2018.

Ryan Raftery's MOTHER OF THE YEAR: THE KRIS JENNER MUSICAL Comes To The Bourbon Room In October by Stephi Wild - Aug 8, 2023

Ryan Raftery returns to Los Angeles for the first time since 2019 with his seventh celebrity bio-musical, Mother of the Year. Raftery's latest show is an irreverent fable about the woman behind what is arguably the world's most famous and oddly enduring brand … The Kardashians.

Review: MR BAILEY'S MINDER at St. Jude's Hall, Brighton by Barry Lenny - Aug 5, 2023

The play leaves you guessing, and caring.

Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC At Sundance Summer Theatre by Hayley Westwood - Jul 31, 2023

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Student Blog: What Inspires You? by Student Blogger: Katie Gleason - Jul 30, 2023

'Few things inspire me more than seeing people pour themselves into something they’re truly and deeply passionate about. So, I wanted to ask some of my classmates what it is that inspires them.'

CANDY Comes to the Park Theatre in August by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2023

Opening up conversations about crisis of identity and exploring sexuality in a world consumed by toxic masculinity, Tim Fraser’s debut play sees a single Northern man fall in love with a beautiful singer… who just so happens to be his best friend in drag. 

Review: THE SOUND OF MUSIC Climbs Every Mountain at Benedum Center by Greg Kerestan - Jul 13, 2023

A heightened comic sensibility makes this old classic feel fresh to even the most cynical viewer (namely, me).

Herman's Hermits Starring Peter Noone & The Grass Roots Comes To MPAC, July 27 by A.A. Cristi - Jun 27, 2023

Take a fun-filled trip back to the 1960s with two classic hitmakers – Herman's Hermits starring Peter Noone and The Grass Roots. This double bill comes to Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, July 27 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $39-$79.

Interview: Arduino Bertoncello of BURN THE FLOOR “BE BRAVE. TOGETHER” at Cool Japan Park Osaka WW Hall by Ayaka Ozaki - Jun 25, 2023

Arduino Bertoncello is a professional dancer and choreographer in latin american, show dance, modern and contemporary dance. He is also the Latin American Italian Champion and a former finalist in the Junior British Open in Blackpool.

CHELA Shares New Single 'Hard 4 You' by Michael Major - Jun 20, 2023

Australia’s trail-blazing artist Chela is back with another queer anthem, nicely timed for PRIDE month with her infectious new single “Hard 4 You.” Chela’s forward-thinking pop sensibility is on full display in “Hard 4 U”, with an undeniably catchy hook layered over nostalgic guitar riffs and shimmering synths.

Orrin Evans Drops New Single 'The Red Door' by Michael Major - Jun 19, 2023

What’s behind The Red Door? For pianist Orrin Evans, that question has come to symbolize the daring path his life and music have taken over the course of his three-decade career. On his latest album, he once again flings that door open, delighting in the collaborators, friends, inspiration, and history that he finds inside.

HELLO DERBY! A FESTIVAL OF WELCOME to Take Place at Derby's Museum of Making This Month by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 12, 2023

On the 24th of June, and as part of national Refugee Week, Derby's Museum of Making will be home to a global festival that celebrates the artistic talents of sanctuary seekers from across the world.

The Arcadian Wild Share New Single 'Lara' From New Album 'Welcome' by Michael Major - Jun 7, 2023

Consisting of guitarist Isaac Horn, mandolinist Lincoln Mick, and fiddler Bailey Warren, the genre-bending trio wrote and recorded Welcome in their hometown of Nashville, TN, working with engineer Logan Matheny (Colony House, Hiss Golden Messenger) and mixer Shani Gandhi (Sarah Jarosz, Sierra Hull).

New Chaka Khan Musical I'M EVERY WOMAN Will Premiere in the West End Next Year by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2023

The life and songs of 10-time GRAMMY Award-winner Chaka Khan are being developed into a major new West End show - 'I'm Every Woman - The Chaka Khan Musical'. Learn more about the show here!

SIXTIES SPECTACULAR Returns To Proctors With Peter Noone This Month by A.A. Cristi - Apr 24, 2023

The incredible four-act “Sixties Spectacular” is coming to Proctors, Schenectady 7 p.m. Saturday, April 29. The headliner is Peter Noone from Herman's Hermits.

Exclusive: Oh My Pod U Guys- Thank Goodness! It's Carrie St. Louis by Jayke Workman - Apr 9, 2023

This week, Jayke is joined by Broadway's Carrie St. Louis to talk about her incredible theatrical career, including her time as Glinda in Wicked. Carrie shares her experience playing Sherrie in Rock of Ages, and how much she loved playing Lauren in Kinky Boots. We also talk about how much fun she is having starring as Rose in the off-broadway production of Titanique, currently running at the Daryl Roth Theater.

Superlove Release New Single 'Something Good' by Michael Major - Mar 17, 2023

Bristolian noise-pop three-piece Superlove has released their latest single, “Something Good.” “Something Good” serves as the follow up to the band’s previous single “GO!” released earlier this year. Superlove has also announced that they will be hitting the road in the UK this summer.

Nicky Youre Releases New Single 'Shut Me Up' by Michael Major - Feb 24, 2023

23-year-old indie-pop artist Nicky Youre has released his infectious new song “Shut Me Up.” The track, produced by Cirkut (Britney Spears, Sam Smith), arrives alongside an official video that finds Nicky detailing the steps to clear your head when nervous about making the first move in a relationship.

Joe's Pub Presents RYAN RAFTERY: MOTHER OF THE YEAR, March 15 - 26  by A.A. Cristi - Feb 10, 2023

“The devil works hard, but Kris Jenner works  harder.” Ryan Raftery returns to Joe's Pub for his seventh consecutive run, premiering  his new celebrity biomusical comedy MOTHER OF THE YEAR.

Interview: Peter Noone Talks Touring with Herman's Hermits by Shari Barrett - Jan 25, 2023

Herman's Hermits featuring lead singer Peter Noone formed in Manchester in 1964 and then took the world by storm during the Beatles-inspired British Invasion era. The group's success continues internationally, with the group touring to entertain not only fans from the 1960s but their children and grandchildren as well. So when I heard Herman's Hermits was set to appear at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills on January 27, I decided to speak with Peter about the group's beginning and how life on the road has kept the band going for so many years.

RYAN RAFTERY: MOTHER OF THE YEAR is Coming to Joe's Pub in March by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2023

“The devil works hard, but Kris Jenner works harder.” Ryan Raftery returns to Joe’s Pub for his seventh consecutive run, premiering his new celebrity biomusical comedy MOTHER OF THE YEAR.

Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center Opens 2023 With Award-Winning, THE MOUNTAINTOP By Katori Hall by A.A. Cristi - Jan 6, 2023

Uptown! Knauer Performing Arts Center is bringing an acclaimed play to the stage in West Chester this February. The Mountaintop was written by then 28-year old, Black female playwright, Katori Hall, and opened in a small pub in south London. A producer saw the show and supported it in a production in the West End where it went on to take the UK theatre award season by storm winning the Laurence Olivier Award for “Best New Play.”

Stephen Marley, Arturo Sandoval, Steven Wright, Herman's Hermits On Sale At BergenPAC by A.A. Cristi - Dec 7, 2022

bergenPAC announces new shows coming to its recently renovated theater: Reggae star Stephen Marley on March 14, 2023; jazz icon Arturo Sandoval on April 20, 2023; Comedian Steven Wright on April 27, 2023; Rockers Herman's Hermits & The Buckinghams on June 17, 2023.

VIDEO: Michelle Williams Honors Mary Beth Peil During Gotham Award Acceptance Speech by Michael Major - Nov 29, 2022

Last night, Michelle Williams received a Performer Tribute Award at the 2022 Gotham Awards. During her speech, Williams honored Tony nominee Mary Beth Peil, who she had met while filming Dawon's Creek. Watch a video clip from Williams' Gotham Award acceptance speech now!

Gabrielle's Angel Foundation Raises $2.8 Million At Angel Ball by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2022

Gabrielle's Angel Foundation for Cancer Research raised $2.8 million at Angel Ball hosted by co-founders, songwriter Denise Rich and her daughters Daniella Rich Kilstock and Ilona Rich Schachter.  Angel Ball made its return to Cipriani Wall Street in New York City, after hosting a virtual event in 2020 and a Hamptons fundraiser in 2021.

Fujiya & Miyagi Share 'Slight Variations' Single by Michael Major - Aug 31, 2022

British experimental electric outfit Fujiya & Miyagi shares 'Slight Variations,' the title track and second single off their forthcoming LP. 'Slight Variations' features the backing vocals of Everything Shook. Inspired by disco and house, the track’s bassline nods specifically to Charanjit Singh’s proto-acid classic 'Ten Ragas to a Disco Beat.'

Photo Coverage: Avery Sommers Heads Cabaret Benefit For Injured PR Professional Gary Schweikhart by Stephen Sorokoff - Aug 29, 2022

There used to be an old adage in the publicity business, “any publicity is good publicity”.  However, I’m sure legendary public-relations professional Gary Schweikhart would have much preferred not to be in the headlines himself as an accident victim.  

Ewan McVicar Reworks Groove Armada's Classic 'I See You Baby' by Michael Major - Aug 24, 2022

Originally released as the third single from Groove Armada’s second studio album, ‘Vertigo’, ‘I See You Baby’ became an instant dancefloor classic, reaching #12 on the Billboard Dance chart and remixed by  Fatboy Slim and Futureshock. The accompanying video received two nominations at the 2000 Billboard Music Awards.

Steve Martin & Martin Short, THE COLOR PURPLE, AMERICAN PROPHET & More Lead Washington DC's August Top Picks by BWW Staff - Aug 3, 2022

Washington, DC is never lacking outstanding theatre, whether epic Broadway shows, engrossing dramas or bold fringe offerings. BroadwayWorld is rounding up our top recommended theatre every month. Check out our selections for August including Steve Martin and Martin Short, The Color Purple American Prophet, No Place To Go and more!

Review: Closing Performance of Deborah Stone's CHIAROSCURO at Pangea Is Cabaret Artistry, In Any Language by Stephen Mosher - Jul 29, 2022

The cabaret artist Deborah Stone creates yet another work of cabaret art.

Review: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD at Belk Theater by Perry Tannenbaum - Jul 28, 2022

Amid a banquet of juicy roles doled out by Aaron Sorkin in his adaptation of Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Richard Thomas feasts the fullest, delivering the most powerful, staggering work I’ve seen from him in my 59+ years of watching his most memorable performances live on Broadway, live in Charlotte, and on TV.

Chaka Khan Releases Cover Artwork for New Single 'Woman Like Me' by Michael Major - Jul 18, 2022

From the icon that introduced the world to the female empowerment song of our lives, 'I Am Every Woman', she now delivers the ultimate female anthem, 'WOMAN LIKE ME'. 'WOMAN LIKE ME' was written by Gregg Pagani, Francesca Richard, and Jeffrey Anderson and produced by Gregg Pagani. Check out the new photo now!

Interview: Richard E. Waits & Jimmy Brewer Talk 'Lola' & 'Charlie' in Reimagined KINKY BOOTS at Bucks County Playhouse by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 18, 2022

Bucks County Playhouse is presenting an all-new production of Kinky Boots, running through July 30. BroadwayWorld spoke with Richard E. Waits and Jimmy Brewer about the magic of Kinky Boots, their favorite parts about Lola and Charlie, performing at the historic Bucks County Playhouse, and more! Read the interview here!

UNMATCHED is Now Playing at The Toronto Fringe by Stephi Wild - Jul 12, 2022

Levity Theatre Co., a queer non-binary and woman led company in Ottawa, will present Unmatched as part of the 2022 Toronto Fringe Festival July 7 - 16 at the Factory Theatre Studio.

BWW Previews: DER MUSICAL'ISCHE SOMMERABEND at Das Vindobona by Martin Ganeider - Jun 7, 2022

Stefan Konrad ( Chairmann of Nestwärme Austria) and his Vize-Chairman, Barbara Obermeier ( curr. CATS/Vienna) are doing it again. After their successful first charity concert (click here to read about it), Konrad and Obermeier are doing it again on June the 13th.

THE SOUND OF MUSIC Comes to Frost Fire Summer Theatre by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2022

Frost Fire Summer Theatre will present “The Sound of Music” and you're invited! This is one of America’s most beloved musicals, starring Frost Fire, Medora Musical, and Grand Forks Empire Theatre Company favorite, Misti Koop.

Indigo Girls, Herman's Hermits, The Commodores and More To Headline Bristol Riverside Theatre's 2022 William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest by Stephi Wild - May 25, 2022

Bristol Riverside Theatre’s William Penn Bank Summer Music Fest is returning to the Bristol Township Amphitheater with a line-up that will literally rock audiences through the decades.

Rogue Theater Festival Returns to The Players Theatre and ShowTix4U by Marissa Tomeo - May 21, 2022

Rogue Theater Festival is at again! Making waves this year in person at The Players Theatre AND digitally on ShowTix4U, Rogue is ready to present a brand new lineup of shows in their, here to stay, hybrid theater festival. Lasting from June 30th through July 3rd, the festival will include 18 brand new shows to be presented LIVE and in person at The Players Theatre along with 27 brand new shows that can be streamed on demand virtually on ShowTix4U.

BWW Review: ANDREA MCARDLE & FRIENDS CELEBRATE THE 45TH ANNIEVERSARY Is Cause For Celebration At Feinstein's/54 Below by Stephen Mosher - May 6, 2022

With a special group of galpals for life, Andrea McArdle is at 54 Below celebrating a time, just a few years back, when she and her girls were having the time of their lives.

Academy Museum Announces Details of REGENERATION: BLACK CINEMA 898�"1971 by Marissa Tomeo - May 4, 2022

The first museum exhibition of its kind, Regeneration: Black Cinema 1898–1971 opens at the Academy Museum of Motion Pictures on August 21, 2022. It offers the public a chance to learn more about how Black performers and filmmakers have helped define cinema in the United States. The exhibition explores the achievements and challenges of both independent production and the studio system, from cinema’s infancy in the 1890s through the height of the civil rights movement. Regeneration features rarely seen excerpts of films restored by the Academy Film Archive, as well as other narrative films and documentaries; newsreels and home movies; photographs; scripts; drawings; costumes; equipment; posters; and historical materials, such as entrance tickets, note cards, and telegrams; along with augmented reality experiences (AR) designed specifically for the exhibition.

Terron Brooks Releases Deluxe 'Soul of Broadway' Album by Michael Major - May 4, 2022

The new album features tracks from Phantom of the Opera, West Side Story, Porgy & Bess, Rent, Annie, Sweeney Todd, the Lion King, Dear Evan Hansen, and Hamilton. One of the 14 songs on The Soul of Broadway – Deluxe Album is a very special duet of “What About Love” from The Color Purple with Keala Settle (This Is Me, The Greatest Showman).

Detroit's Carr Center Welcomes Back Debbie Allen To Lead Dance Academy Intensive by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2022

Oliver Ragsdale, Jr., President and CEO of the Carr Center, the legacy Black arts presenter located in the heart of Detroit's downtown cultural district, today announces that multi-award-winning dancer, choreographer, actor, and director Debbie Allen will once again oversee The Carr's Summer Dance Intensive program for a fourth year.

Stars Of The Sixties Presents: HERMAN'S HERMITS Starring Peter Noone, October 2022 by A.A. Cristi - May 2, 2022

Stars of the Sixties presents HERMAN'S HERMITS Starring PETER NOONE at Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at FSW on Thursday, October 27, 2022 at 7:30PM.

Songwriter Pete Muller Shares New Video for 'The Other Side' by Marissa Tomeo - May 1, 2022

Today, songwriter Pete Muller has shared a new video for his song “The Other Side,” the latest single from his upcoming record Spaces. “‘The Other Side’ is a highlight of our live set, and we usually get a lot of people singing along with us on the chorus,” writes Muller. “The song is about doing everything you can to get a grumpy partner back to a better frame of mind, and the benefits that might ensue to both of you from doing that. ‘Something good is waiting on the other side!’”

BWW Review: Audience Favorite THE SOUND OF MUSIC Sings Once More in La Mirada by Michael Quintos - Apr 27, 2022

THE SOUND OF MUSIC's built-in charm and charisma is indeed very much present in McCoy Rigby Entertainment's latest stage iteration of this classic stage production, now playing at the La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts through May 15, 2022. Filled with visually-captivating production values, a gorgeous-sounding orchestral sound, and an overall, infectiously winning spirit, this new production is a fun, pleasantly nostalgic throwback to the old-fashioned Broadway book musical.


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