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The Deluge - 1922 - Broadway

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Plymouth Theatre

(New York, NY)
236 W. 45th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2014
DAWSON CREEK, Canada
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2017
One of the theatrical highlights of Hull 2017, Flood by ground-breaking Leeds-based theatre company Slung Low, is returning to Hull to help kick off the UK City of Culture's fourth season, Tell the World.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 14, 2016
Nearly 7 trillion gallons of rain poured onto Louisiana between August 8 and August 14. The flooding that resulted damaged at least 146,000 homes and left 13 people dead. Even as thousands of families faced the reality of the loss of their homes, possessions and livelihoods, the Olympics and presidential election coverage moved the greatest natural disaster since Hurricane Sandy off the national stage. And the school year just started.
by Barnett Serchuk - Oct 2, 2017
Peter Martins' production of the full-length 'Swan Lake' has always been something of a curiosity to me. So many associate the ballet with intense dramatic overtones, or, in New York City Ballet's one act Balanchine version, with poetic musings, that when we see this version we are puzzled. Yes, the dancers look great, but what else is there? And a 'Swan Lake' that leaves you feeling empty and hollow is not a 'Swan Lake' at all.
by Suzanne Tidwell - Oct 17, 2019
It wasn't the comedy of broadcasters who have absolutely no information to share but share it anyway that stayed with me, nor was it watching each of these characters disintegrate into their lowest common denominators as they desperately cling to order. It was instead in their attempts, on the last night of the world, to stay connected. They hold on to their microphones (quite literally) and to each other and their unseen audiences to their last coherent moment, 'speaking to keep loneliness at bay'.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2019
Los Angeles' new annual music technology conference, Music Tectonics, is launching a set of thought-provoking “Seismic Shifts” trading cards. Each unique card includes an original illustration and colorful design alongside a transformative theme and short explanation. 
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Nov 9, 2015
Revisiting the traumas of the 1960s has been the subject of two recent plays which have debuted in Portland. After Rob Urbinati's monumental Mama's Boy at the Good, Portland stage is now presenting Katori Hall's poetic play about Martin Luther King, To the Mountaintop.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2015
Curve today announces casting for the theatre's productions of Roald Dahl's THE WITCHES and Lionel Bart's classic musical, OLIVER!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2015
Produced for the first time ever south of the Mason Dixon Line, Richard Strand's Butler opens in Florida Studio Theatre's Keating Theatre on December 11, 2015. This SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE presents audiences with a unique perspective of the imagined conversations behind closed doors during one of the most significant times in American history. Subscriptions for all four Mainstage shows can be purchased for as little as $59 online at FloridaStudioTheatre.org, by phone at (941) 366-9000, or by visiting the Box Office.
by BWW News Desk - May 6, 2016
Joan Baez celebrated her 75th birthday on Saturday, January 27 at New York's historic Beacon Theatre. The special event honored her legendary 50 plus years in music with an intimate, career-spanning live performance.
by Gary Naylor - May 21, 2019
When Davey musters the courage to go speak to Anita instead of merely stalking her, both have to confront psychological trauma that can no longer be denied.
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2015
NEW YORK, May 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ Professional blogger and screenwriter Leon Kelly's memoir, 'Every Flower Grows Through Mud,' is a painfully honest study of how life's trials and tribulations can make one a stronger, better person. 'Every Flower Grows Through Mud' is available wherever books and ebooks are sold.
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2018
Glitter in the Gutter is an intimate evening of bawdy dance-theater created and performed by Catherine Cabeen and Kristina Berger. Performances are Friday and Saturday, June 22 and 23, at 7pm, at Pangea, 178 Second Avenue (between 11th and 12th Streets), in Manhattan.
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2018
Irondale is proud to present the New York premiere of Sea of Common Catastrophe, a surreal multimedia theater work that grapples with complicity in the face of rapid urban change. Designed and directed by Jeff Becker, who leads a team of fellow New Orleans-based artists, Sea of Common Catastrophe follows three long-time residents of a tiny seaside town whose lives are uprooted when a compelling stranger arrives. Inspired by a passage from Gabriel Garc?i?a Ma?rquez's novella Sea of Lost Time-where a town drowns on a Sunday afternoon but persists, submerged, in its daily life, as if the deluge had never occurred-Sea of Common Catastrophe uses spectacular lighting and video, live music, and an innovative two-story set to evoke a changing landscape of upscale living and chic restaurants that suddenly transforms into a magical sunken world.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2017
David Mirvish, Michael Harrison, John Reid and Paul Elliott are delighted to present the Canadian premiere of the new British musical MRS HENDERSON PRESENTS, based on the smash-hit film.  Performances begin Wednesday March 15 through April 23 at Toronto's Royal Alexandra Theatre.  Media night is Wed March 22, 2017
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2017
The National Theatre is delighted to announce Accenture as their 'Partner for Innovation' and supporter of the National Theatre's Immersive Storytelling Studio.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2015
Carrots meet cubits as VeggieTales builds an ark filled with fun, adventure and important lessons about trusting God in NOAH'S ARK, its first Bible-themed production in more than four years. Starring Wayne Brady and Jaci Velasquez, along with Larry the Cucumber, Bob the Tomato and a whole crew of Veggies, NOAH'S ARK will be available today, March 3 on DVD and digital download.
by Valeria Venturelli - Mar 1, 2019
Siamo nella meta degli anni settanta, in un clima di recessione economica esplode la violenza criminale e politica e in questo contesto sociale prende vita Aggiungi un Posto a Tavola, nato da una felice intuizione di Jaja Fiastri che trovo lo spunto in un libro comprato in una bancarella della Stazione Termini con una copertina che la colpi: c'era un giovane prete con i capelli biondi e lunghi, con una faccia simpatica. Si intitolava Dopo di me il diluvio, scritto da David Forrest. La Fiastri ne parlo con entusiasmo a Garinei e Giovannini e insieme coinvolsero il Maestro Trovajoli.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 6, 2017
by BWW News Desk - Jun 29, 2017
The winners of the first-ever Ticketsource Rural Touring Awards, have been announced this evening at the National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF)'s Annual Conference in Nottingham.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 25, 2018
Irondale is proud to present the New York premiere of Sea of Common Catastrophe, a surreal multimedia theater work that grapples with complicity in the face of rapid urban change. Designed and directed by Jeff Becker, who leads a team of fellow New Orleans-based artists, Sea of Common Catastrophe follows three long-time residents of a tiny seaside town whose lives are uprooted when a compelling stranger arrives. Inspired by a passage from Gabriel Garcia Marquez's novella Sea of Lost Time-where a town drowns on a Sunday afternoon but persists, submerged, in its daily life, as if the deluge had never occurred-Sea of Common Catastrophe uses spectacular lighting and video, live music, and an innovative two-story set to evoke a changing landscape of upscale living and chic restaurants that suddenly transforms into a magical sunken world.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2017
The National Rural Touring Forum (NRTF) has announced the shortlist for the first ever awards celebrating rural touring in the UK. Over 700 individuals nominated productions, venues, promoters, schemes, and staff for the award (please find the shortlist below).
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2019
World-renowned, Indian, Jazz, New Age, Contemporary crossover artist and co-creator of the Imrat guitar, Todd Mosby, is releasing his fifth album 'Open Waters' on August 1.  
by ETTORE FARRATTINI - Jun 18, 2019
Nella sala del Teatro Brancaccino, al secondo piano con affaccio sul giardino e terrazza che sovrasta l'ingresso del Teatro Brancaccio si e svolta la conferenza stampa di presentazione della prossima stagione del prestigioso teatro romano.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2020
Andrew Revkin, founding director of a new Initiative on Communication and Sustainability at Columbia University's Earth Institute, is hosting a Sunday Brunch Reading of Obie award-winning Theatre Three Collaborative's cli-fi eco-feminist fable OTHER THAN WE, written and directed by Karen Malpede.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2017
January brings events to Bookworks that explore transformations, education, social issues like war and charity, and great new literature.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jan 16, 2020
It's that time of year again; Cirque du Soleil have returned to London's Royal Albert Hall, bringing their show LUZIA to Europe for the first time. Last year's TOTEM felt somewhat bland and soulless, but LUZIA shows the company at its very best.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2018
Joe Hill, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fireman, stops at The Music Hall Loft Today, January 12, to talk about his latest project, STRANGE WEATHER: Four Short Novels, as part of the Writers in the Loft series. The book is a collection of four chilling novels, brilliantly imagined and ingeniously wrought gems of terror.
by TV News Desk - Jan 10, 2019
M. Night Shyamalan's 2016 film “Split” was revealed to be in the same universe as his 2000 thriller “Unbreakable,” and now Shyamalan has brought the characters together in the third film in the trilogy, “Glass.” What do critics think about, 'Glass,' does it hold up to the previous two films? Let's find out!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2018
Jolie Holland to Release Compilation Album Benefit Post-Harvey Recovery
by TV News Desk - Feb 10, 2021
“Violet Blue” is a heavenly slice of shoegaze. Where her album invoked Melody's Echo Chamber and the Cocteau Twins, the new track mines the gauzy bliss of My Bloody Valentine. The product of a collaborative relationship with indie pop alchemist producer Jorge Elbrecht, 'Violet Blue' will be followed by 'All I Know' in March.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2016
Cherokee people like all other Native American Indian tribes possess a huge oral history. Before the time of written words, the history, customs and skills of a tribe were passed down through word-of-mouth and storytelling. Today, it is still an important part of Cherokee life. Elder tribe members use stories to teach morals and culture to children and others while keeping a rich history alive. Mullins who was born Cherokee, has collected these tales in the tradition of his ancestors to pass them along to a new generation. In addition to the many stories included you will find new original art by award winning artist C.L. Hause. In this collection, you will find such stories as The Bear Man, How the World was made, The Mother Bear's Song, Origin of the Bear: The Bear Songs, The Bird Tribes, The Bride from the South, The Haunted Whirlpool, The Bullfrog Lover, The Hunter and the Buzzard, The Raven Mocker, The Water Cannibals, The Origin of Medicine, The Race between the Crane & the Hummingbird, The Rabbit Goes Duck Hunting, How the Deer Got His Horns, Why the Deer's Teeth are Blunt, The Deluge, Samuel Cloud Trail of Tears, The First Fire, The Lost Cherokee, Origin of Fish and Frogs, The Legend of the Cedar Tree, Flint Visits the Rabbit, Brother of the Moon, The Four-footed Tribes, How the Milky Way Came To Be, Untsaiyi' the Gambler, Why Rabbit Has a Short Tail, The Origin of Game and of Corn, The Slant-Eyed Giant, Bear Legend, Origin of the Groundhog Dance, and many, many more. For further information, on the writing visit G.W. Mullins' web site at http://gwmullins.wixsite.com/officialsite/tales-of-native-americans. For information on the art of C.L. Hause visit his web site at http://clarencehause.wix.com/homepage G.W. Mullins is a Native American of Cherokee decent. He has been a published author for several years releasing several titles that are based in Native American history and folklore. He recently released book one in his From The Dead Of Night Series, the best-selling novel Daniel Is Waiting, which is available on Amazon.com, Kobo, Google Book Store, Books-A-Million, Barnes and Noble and other book sellers worldwide. C.L. Hause is an award winning artist who possesses a Bachelor Of Arts Degree specializing in Studio Art. He was the winner of the 2013 Johnny Hart Memorial Award as well of several others. He has always been inspired by nature, primitive and Native American design. He is currently finishing his MFA Degree in New York City.
by ETTORE FARRATTINI - Dec 3, 2018
Opening night molto VIP il giovedi 29 novembre al Teatro Brancaccio per l'inizio del nuovo tour nazionale di AGGIUNGI UN POSTO A TAVOLA, la commedia musicale in assoluto piu rappresentata in Italia.
by Keith Waits - Dec 13, 2016
If there is a seamy underbelly to Christmas, it is surely the retail hell that is crucial to the profound commercialization of the holiday. And the most ignominious part of that experience must certainly be the rank and file, temporary, seasonal hires in the department stores that rely on the windfall of Christmas to survive. The daily experience was long hours, demanding parents, incontinent children, and distinctly forced and phony jollity.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2017
Joe Hill, the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Fireman, stops at The Music Hall Loft Friday, January 12, to talk about his latest project, STRANGE WEATHER: Four Short Novels, as part of the Writers in the Loft series. The book is a collection of four chilling novels, brilliantly imagined and ingeniously wrought gems of terror.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2015
Produced for the first time ever south of the Mason Dixon Line, Richard Strand's Butler opens in Florida Studio Theatre's Keating Theatre on December 11, 2015. This SOUTHEAST REGIONAL PREMIERE presents audiences with a unique perspective of the imagined conversations behind closed doors during one of the most significant times in American history. Subscriptions for all four Mainstage shows can be purchased for as little as $59 online at FloridaStudioTheatre.org, by phone at (941) 366-9000, or by visiting the Box Office.
by Chris Gibson - Dec 10, 2014
The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis has produced something truly special with their current presentation of RING OF FIRE - THE MUSIC OF JOHNNY CASH. This is a biographical musical with broad appeal to people of all ages. Created by Richard Maltby, Jr. and conceived by William Meade, the show chronicles the life and times of Johnny Cash from his humble upbringing to his final breath, and it captures it all with over 30 memorable tunes that showcase his wonderful catalog of material, while touching on key events that shaped the "Man in Black", and his beliefs. Ring of Fire is an incendiary delight that will have audiences singing and clapping along to the beat of a man who overcame his personal demons to become a very fondly remembered icon in the world of music. I cannot recommend this show highly enough. You'll simply have to see it for yourself! I personally guarantee that you will be absolutely floored by what you witness. So get your tickets now, because they're going to go fast.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 31, 2016
In 'Word Lexigraphy: One Hundred Words to Kill Your Cactus' (published by Balboa Press AU), author Anja Seebus examines the hidden meanings of one-hundred words, using the word cactus as the reflection of fear and the word tulip as the positive reflection of love.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2018
Rural Touring Dance Initiative Phase Two gets underway as it announces its Autumn 2018 touring schedule:
by BWW News Desk - Aug 16, 2018
When Pen Parentis started its reading series trying to shatter the stereotype of writer-parent in Lower Manhattan in January 2009, Lean In had yet to be penned and Sheryl Sandberg wasn't even on the board of Facebook; the Family section of the New York Times was a full-on mommyblog called 'Motherlode,' and parenting was being treated as a career choice.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 5, 2017
Dog Ear Publishing's new novel 'Three Dots to the Deluge' is by turns disturbing and blackly humorous in a style reminiscent of Céline. Louis Bourbon is someone who wants better for himself: better clothes, better food, a better life. When he procures a credit card, he's eager to use it to impress his peers, but all too soon, he's overcome by debt. And, as Louis observes, 'Debt, I was quickly learning, was like quicksand: the more effort you make to escape it, the more it sucks you in.' When he moves on to college, his financial woes only deepen. With the expenses of medical school looming and a poor investment putting him into further debt, Louis takes drastic action to dig himself out of the bottomless pit he finds himself in. He turns to a pimp of his acquaintance to learn the trade, but when the girl he hopes to partner with spurns him, he flees to Cuba to so that he can, in his words, take a 'holiday from myself.' Upon Louis's return to Canada, he buckles down and alters his habits enough to make his dreams of becoming a doctor come true. Even though he gets his financial house in order, his personal life is still chaos, which includes a brief, but intense affair with a married woman. He crosses paths with an old friend, Sosthène, who is an ardent Socialist and desperate to liberate Quebec from Canada. Sosthène's political ambitions cause Louis concern, but Sosthène's decision to commit a bank robbery as an act of vengeance against the Establishment is farther than Louis is willing to go. Will Sosthène's plan come to fruition, and can Louis get his life in order? 'Three Dots to the Deluge' is a fascinating look at one man's eagerness to grow beyond his background, and another man's dream of seeking justice in an unjust universe. The twists and turns that mark their respective paths are at turns dramatic and funny. The novel's exploration of debt, divertissement, and death is unsentimental and entertaining, while its critique of liberal democracy is unflinching. Three Dots to the Deluge AN Dog Ear Publishing ISBN: 978-1-4575-4958-8 316 pages $14.99 US Paperback ISBN: 978-1-4575-5264-9 $9.99 US eBook Available at Ingram, Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and fine bookstores everywhere. About Dog Ear Publishing, LLC Dog Ear Publishing offers completely customized self-publishing services for independent authors. We provide cost-effective, fast, and highly profitable services to publish and distribute independently published books. Our book publishing and distribution services reach worldwide. Dog Ear authors retain all rights and complete creative control throughout the entire self-publishing process. Dog Ear Publishing reviews services and other book marketing services are available to connect great content with interested readers. Self-publishing services are available globally at www.dogearpublishing.net and from our offices in Indianapolis. Dog Ear Publishing - self-publishing that actually makes sense.
by TV News Desk - Apr 4, 2018
Honkytonk Mavericks Western Centuries shares new tunes from their sophomore album, Songs from the Deluge, at Hill Country BBQ in New York, NY on May 16.  
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2017
Over his illustrious career, which has now spanned for more than a decade, Fedde Le Grand has constantly made an effort to develop and reinvent his music.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 21, 2015
Tonight the Los Angeles Times Book Prizes honored the year's best works in 10 categories at a gathering of literary luminaries hosted by Times Book Critic David L. Ulin. The 35th edition of the prestigious prizes, which recognize outstanding achievement in traditional and emerging genres, was held at the University of Southern California's iconic Bovard Auditorium. T. Coraghessan Boyle received the 2014 Robert Kirsch Award for lifetime achievement. The Innovator's Award, which spotlights cutting-edge business models, technology or applications of narrative art, was presented to LeVar Burton.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2015
Cleveland's Classic Company, crowns its 2014-15 season with William Shakespeare magical masterpiece, THE TEMPEST. The production will be performed in the company's intimate and audience-friendly home at the Hanna Theatre, Playhouse Square, April 10-26, 2014. Drew Barr directs the production.
by Roy Berko - Apr 13, 2015
William Shakespeare is considered by most experts on English language theatre as being the greatest of all writers. His vast folio of plays, consisting of tragedies, comedies, histories and dramas have lasted for over four hundred years. He is one of the few writers who has theatres, let alone festivals, dedicated exclusively to his works.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2016
Bibliomotion is thrilled to announce the launch of EVERYDATA: The Misinformation Hidden in the Little Data You Consume Every Day by John H. Johnson, PhD and Mike Gluck (April 12, 2016).
by TV News Desk - Apr 12, 2016
Joan Baez celebrated her 75th birthday on Saturday, January 27 at New York's historic Beacon Theatre. The special event honored her legendary 50 plus years in music with an intimate, career-spanning live performance.