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BWW Interview: THE LION KING Becomes a Servant King
by The Marriage Matinee - Sep 8, 2018

We had the honor to speak recently with one of the stars of the upcoming production of THE LION KING that is coming through Indianapolis shortly for Broadway Across America. Gerald Ramsey is portraying the iconic character of Mufasa and has done so for a few years now. (more...)

Photo Flash: First Look at the European Premiere of UNEXPECTED JOY at Southwark Playhouse
by BWW News Desk - Sep 6, 2018

The European premiere of Bill Russell and Janet Hood's new musical Unexpected Joy is underway. The powerful all-female cast is made up of:Janet Fullerlove (Fortune's Fool, The Beggar's Opera) as Joy; Jodie Jacobs (Myth, Rock of Ages) as Rachel; Melanie Marshall (Guys and Dolls, Jane Eyre) as Lou; and Kelly Sweeney (Ronald William White Acting Through Song Prize Winner 2018) as Tamara. (more...)

Atwood Magazine Premieres New Single From Arts Fishing Club
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2018

Atwood Magazine announced the upcoming release of Human Part 1, the first of two forthcoming EPs from Nashville-based folk-rock collective ARTS FISHING CLUB, and premiered its lead single 'Icarus.' The songs on Human pose serious questions as they invite the listener to have pure, unadulterated fun. 'Icarus' is a take on the Greek fable of the man with wax wings whose arrogance inspired him to fly close to the sun. His wings melted, and he fell to his tragic demise into the sea--it's a satirical guitar party that encourages the song's subject to find humility before it's too late. 'Icarus' is a manic party jam soaked in satire,' says Arts Fishing Club frontman Chris Kessenich. 'It pokes fun at a character who has gotten a larger-than-life sized head hanging out with his larger-than-life 'friends.' He thinks that he is special and that his name deserves to be preserved 'up on the shelf' next to all the works of the world's great influencers. He's drowning in ego.' (more...)

Issa Rae Discusses INSECURE and How She Creates on Her Own Terms with Glamour Magazine
by TV News Desk - Sep 4, 2018

 “All I know is who I am,” Issa Rae tells Angelica Nwandu in her cover story for the October issue of Glamour. “At The End of the Day, all I know is my intentions, and no matter what you take out of context, no matter what pictures you post, I know that I am aligned with. I know what my truth is.” (more...)

You Betta Work- Hum Along to the Broadway Hustle This Labor Day!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 3, 2018

Happy Labor Day! The first Monday in September has arrived, which of course triggers the symbolic end to Summer 2018. Theatre fans everywhere know that this means one thing- the Fall Broadway season is here at last! Broadway will be busy in the coming weeks, with thirteen new productions set to open before the end of the year. (more...)

New Noise Premieres DEVIL ON MY SHOULDER Fiery Folk Rock From Arts Fishing Club
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2018

'One night while writing, I looked up and saw my reflection in the darkened window in front of me. I felt like I was looking into a ghostly version of my soul and wondered what a conversation with my soul would be like. 'Devil On My Shoulder' is that conversation at that point in my life,' says ARTS FISHING CLUB frontman Chris Kessenich. 'I was exhausted with the person I felt myself becoming: detached and empty. Drinking, drugs, promiscuity, and partying were my vehicles for distracting myself from my fear of myself and my inevitable inadequacy. Writing is the most consistent place where I find the truth that is within me. I struggle to lie to myself when I write. This song was extremely important to me and marked a turning point in my life where I began to accept responsibility for my life and my happiness. I began to quit blaming others and finally admitted that it isn't 'the devil on my shoulder, the devil in my ear, but the devil in the mirror' that is to blame.' (more...)

Daithí's Latest Music Video Directed by Lochlainn McKenna Scoops Up 3 Kinsale Shark Awards
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2018

Daithí's latest music video for his new single In My Darkest Moments, directed by Cork man Lochlainn McKenna, has scooped up an impressive 3 Kinsale Shark Awards this week for Best Cinematography, Best New Director, and Best Music Video for a low budget (<10K).   (more...)

BWW Review: POET IN DA CORNER, Royal Court
by Charlie Wilks - Sep 26, 2018

Many years ago a young girl was given an album that would go on to change her life. It would form the foundations of the woman she'd grow up to be. It'd take her from being a dyslexic struggling to write, to an absolute powerhouse spitting words on the main stage of the Royal Court. poet in da corner is the story of Debris Stevenson. (more...)

LEON Returns With New Single BABY DON'T TALK
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2018

With her hands fully on the reins, LEON is ready to hit the ground running as she embarks on this new chapter. Making her welcomed return today with the release of a scorching new single, 'Baby Don't Talk,' the acclaimed Swedish artist offers listeners the first taste of what's to come from her forthcoming debut album due in 2019 via her own LEON Recordings imprint in partnership with BMG. (more...)

BWW Interview: Ramin Karimloo Talks Leicester Square Theatre Concerts
by Nicole Ackman - Sep 21, 2018

Ramin Karimloo's extensive work in musical theatre includes Love Never Dies, Les Miserables, The Phantom of the Opera and Anastasia. This October, he's taking part in Seth Rudetsky's Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre concerts. (more...)

BWW Review: THE EVENTS at Theater Alliance is Poignant but Imperfect
by Sam Abney - Sep 21, 2018

Writing about gun violence is difficult. There's no 'how-to' guide when it comes to preventing these attacks which have become more and more commonplace. The more we try to understand the inner machinations of the monsters who carry out such senseless assaults, the more we begin to spiral into someone we hardly recognize. Such is the thesis of David Greig's The Events, which opened last week at Theater Alliance at the Anacostia Playhouse. While the work is incredibly poignant, some artistic decisions muddle the plot and make the 80-minute performance drag during the middle of the production. (more...)

St. Humain Releases New Single FEVER VIBE
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2018

Genre-agnostic singer, songwriter and producer St. Humain combines honest storytelling with modern pop sensibilities. Born in Singapore and now based in Sydney, Australia, he sets urban-infused melodies against an electronic backdrop, whilst holding that tension between being a got-it-all-together saint and a fallible earthman.  (more...)

BWW Review: Stellar Lead Performances Populate NextStop Theatre Company's THE WEDDING SINGER
by Sam Abney - Sep 17, 2018

Even if you haven't seen the original film, the musical is still a fun ride. Despite some missteps, NextStop Theatre Company's new production is an undeniably good time, thanks in large part to some winning lead performances. (more...)

Review: BARK! The Musical is a Fabulous, Episodic Song Fest to the Glory of DOG
by Shari Barrett - Sep 14, 2018

Anyone who has had a loving dog as their companion will certainly understand the glory of waking up next to the best friend you could possibly ever have. No doubt among those people are the men who created BARK! The Musical, composer David Troy Francis; book by Mark Winkler and Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, with lyrics by Gavin Geoffrey Dillard, Mark Winkler, Robert Schlock, Jonathan Heath and Danny Lukic, when they created such a fabulous, episodic song fest to the glory of dog, musically communicated from six very different types of pooches as each awaits a happy reunion with their master at The End of the Day. (more...)

Big Village Little City To Release Debut Album OVER THE WEATHER
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2018

As the old adage goes, “it takes a village.” In the case of New York City's BIG VILLAGE LITTLE CITY, truer words were never spoken. (more...)

Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka Celebrates 10th Anniversary
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2018

Pennsylvania Pure Distilleries is proud to announce the 10 th Anniversary of its multiple award-winning spirit, Boyd & Blair Potato Vodka. In commemoration of this milestone, the distillery has released limited edition 10 th Anniversary bottles paying homage to the Pittsburgh skyline and celebrating the birthplace of the craft spirit. Limited edition bottles are available for purchase in PLCB stores in major markets across the country. (more...)

Troy Cassar-Daley Announces Long Awaited Double 'Greatest Hits' Album, Plus New Single
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2018

With an award-winning music career spanning more than 30 years, it's high time for Troy Cassar-Daley to release a Greatest Hits showcasing his extraordinary career. (more...)

Theatre in Historic Places: NIGHTWALK IN THE CHINESE GARDEN at The Huntington
by Ellen Dostal - Sep 12, 2018

When writer/director Stan Lai has an idea for a new play, people take notice. He is the most celebrated Chinese language playwright and director in the world and his body of work - which to date includes 35 original plays - has redefined how we think about the art form itself. With such well-known works as Secret Love in Peach Blossom Land, his epic, eight-hour A Dream Like a Dream, and That Evening, We Performed Crosstalk, he has continued to study the human condition with great thoughtfulness while inspiring countless theatremakers around the world to reach beyond the familiar. (more...)

pronoun Releases Music Video for 'wrong'
by TV News Desk - Sep 12, 2018

One-woman band, pronoun (Alyse Vellturo) premiered her new single 'wrong' (Rhyme and Reason Records) on NPR and today, she arrives with the visuals for the song, premiering exclusively on Clash Music. (more...)

BWW Blog: Back to School - Balancing Theatre and Everything Else
by Student Blogger: Nicole Bates - Sep 11, 2018

In highschool I was always a theatre kid. That is how others labeled me and that became a part of how I identified myself. And I am passionate about theatre; however, I am also a complex human with other interests like all of you! (more...)

Shea Diamond Drops Acoustic Version of 'American Pie'
by BWW News Desk - Sep 11, 2018

Following this summer's release of her powerful debut EP on Asylum Records, Seen It All, executive-produced by acclaimed songwriter/producer, Justin Tranter (Justin Bieber, Selena Gomez, Gwen Stefani, etc.), SHEA DIAMOND drops the acoustic version to her recent single 'American Pie,' Preview HERE. The song's message of hope for a slice of the American Dream continues to resonate and inspire, so much so, it was announced today Shea will perform at the 22nd annual Human Rights Campaign (HRC) National Dinner on Saturday, September 15, 2018, in Washington D.C. HRC is the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ) civil rights organization. The event raises crucial funds in the fight for LGBTQ equality and will feature special guests and speakers including the 47th Vice President of the United States Joe Biden, former Attorney General of the United States Eric Holder, Academy Award-winning actress Anne Hathaway, and many more. More information is available (more...)

BWW Interview: Nathan Lee Graham Talks ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL: A SONDHEIM SALON at The Green Room 42
by David Clarke - Oct 8, 2018

Nathan Lee Graham returns to the cabaret setting with his newest show ALL THINGS BRIGHT AND BEAUTIFUL at The Green Room 42. This world premiere concert will feature many of the Pulitzer Prize-winning composer's most beloved compositions, including 'Loving You,' 'Bounce,' and 'Being Alive.' We sat down and chatted with Graham to get the inside scoop on the show. (more...)

BWW Interview: Jay Paranada is Evil Sidekick Iago in Disney's ALADDIN
by Heidi Scheuermann - Oct 4, 2018

I remember the first time I saw Disney's Aladdin in the movie theatre as a kid. I was only 4 years old, and I was both mystified, entertained, in love with the music, and terrified. So much wrapped up into one movie! A street rat who at heart is a really good guy, but just a little lost and trying to find his place in the world. A princess who teaches us that all the money and comforts in the world don't necessarily bring you joy and that we should always stand up for ourselves. A Genie who grants wishes and ultimately earns his freedom. An evil sorcerer and his trusted sidekick who want nothing more than to rule the world and destroy anyone in their path. But also, there's amazing music and lots of dancing. How could you NOT love this story?! (more...)

LEON Reveals Music Video For BABY DON'T TALK
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2018

Today, LEON released an official music video for her critically acclaimed new single, “Baby Don't Talk.” The 70's inspired video was directed by Wendy McColm and comes with the welcomed news that the Swedish songstress and multi-instrumentalist will be releasing her highly anticipated debut album in 2019. The video also follows last week's single release, intentionally timed to celebrate with her fans, the official 3 year anniversary of her debut single, “Tired Of Talking.”  (more...)

BWW Review: OTHER PEOPLE'S CHILDREN at Centaur Theatre - Care and Carelessness
by Tara McGowan-Ross - Oct 28, 2018

Ilana and Ben aren't adjusting to parenthood the way they hoped they would. (more...)

Abingdon Theatre Company Rings In Another Year with Glitzy, Star-Studded Bash
by Matt Smith - Oct 22, 2018

Abingdon Theatre Company isn't one to shy away from grandiosity. Sure, the 26-year-old grassroots theatre company may pride itself on its daring, intimate productions, but that doesn't mean they don't know how to throw a party, repeatedly pulling out all the stops at their annual anniversary bash. "We're able to take something small - say, a show with a seven or eight-member cast - and transform it into this big, lavish spectacle… without sacrificing the true heart of the story or the music or any of that," says company Associate Artistic Director Chad Austin. "You could say it's our special little Abingdon touch." One look at last year's flashy, brassy And the World Goes 'Round gala event, which capped off a quarter century on the off-Broadway scene, and you're sure to agree. That's likely why it comes as no surprise that this year finds them back at the Edison Ballroom ringing in #26 with a(nother) glam and glitzy extravaganza like only they can produce. (more...)

BWW Recap: Kevin's Movie, Kate's Hormones, and Randall's Good Intentions Compete in This Week's THIS IS US
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 2, 2018

“This Is Us” follows up a strong season premiere with a plot-forwarding, emotionally affecting look into the past, present, and future of the Pearson family. (more...)

BWW Review: THE FALL at Studio Theatre Must Be Seen
by Sam Abney - Oct 18, 2018

Every now and then, a show comes along that is an undeniable "must-watch." The reasons for such a status may vary but the final verdict is unmistakable: the performance cannot be missed. With The Fall, Studio Theatre has such a scenario on their hands. This 80-minute performance, brought to D.C. by The Baxter Theatre Centre at the University of Cape Town, flies by so quickly that I didn't want it to end. (more...)

BWW Interview: Sean Panikkar of SATYAGRAHA at Dorothy Chandler Pavilion
by Maria Nockin - Oct 17, 2018

Sean Panikkar is a tenor who appears in leading opera roles around the world. He is also a member of the crossover tenor trio, Forte, as a result of his foray into the world of America's Got Talent. This month he sings the role of Mohandas K. Gandhi in Philip Glass's SATYAGRAHA at Los Angeles Opera. (more...)

BWW Review: PLACE Examines One's Role in Gentrification Through Soaring Soundscapes and Potent Poetry
by Cindy Sibilsky - Oct 16, 2018

We all seek to find our 'place', be it how we fit into our communities, our career, our relationships or the world around us. But at the root of it all, our 'place' is more often defined by where we find ourselves at The End of the Day-our home. (more...)

BWW Recap: THE FLASH Returns With New Heroes and New Villains
by Delaney Rombough - Oct 10, 2018

New heroes, new villains, new season of The Flash! In the season 4 finale of The Flash, it was revealed that the Mystery Girl is Nora, Barry and Iris's daughter who came back from a future timeline. This episode picks up where season 4 left off where unfortunately, Nora made a mistake by messing with the timeline and she can't go home. (more...)

BWW Interview: Kazaras Brings Britten's Ghostly Battle to Seattle Stage
by Erica Miner - Oct 1, 2018

Kazaras, who currently holds the post of Director of Opera and Music Theater at UCLA, brings his expertise to the Seattle Opera stage (more...)

LEON Releases New Single FALLING Today
by BWW News Desk - Nov 9, 2018

LEON returns today with “Falling,” an infectious new track taken from her forthcoming self-titled debut album, due out next year via her own LEON Recordings imprint in partnership with BMG. Written by LEON and produced by Norwegian songwriting and production duo, Electric (Jess Glynne, Little Mix, Jonas Blue), “Falling” tells that all too familiar tale of knowing in your heart that a relationship is over, but having a hard time letting go.  (more...)

Vancouver Opera Company Brings Mozart Into The 21st Century
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2018

Beau Jest is, in director Samantha Goldstein's words, 'a family comedy about a principled girl, Sarah, who is trying to find her way in life but really wants to please her quirky parents, too. Her desire to make everyone happy lands her in a love triangle that leads to some hilarious situations. But the show also has a lot of heart, and audiences may recognize their own family dynamics in these characters, and feel a little misty about it, too... Beau Jest reminds us that, at The End of the Day, (our) parents usually just want us to be happy.' (more...)

AVICII: TRUE STORIES to Get Theatrical Run, Qualifying for Academy Awards Consideration
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2018

Variety reports that now, six months after the unexpected death of 28-year-old Tim Bergling, the superstar DJ otherwise known as Avicii, Levan Tsikurishvili's documentary “Avicii: True Stories” will launch a limited theatrical run. This will qualify the film for Academy Award consideration. (more...)

BWW Interview: Sean Thompson of LOVE NEVER DIES at Robinson Performance Hall
by Mike Noland - Nov 4, 2018

A Philly boy, Sean Thompson, sees the country in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Love Never Dies. See how he got to be so lucky. (more...)

Little Lyric Announces Spring 2019 Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2018

The Lyric Hammersmith is pleased to present the 2019 Spring season of Little Lyric especially for audiences aged between 0-11 years. This season includes new shows from some of the Lyric's favourite family theatre companies, as well as from fabulous companies working with the Lyric for the very first time, who will all be sure to delight and amaze young audiences with magical adventures and stories. (more...)

The Boot Premieres DEVIL ON MY SHOULDER New Video From Arts Fishing Club
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2018

'Devil On My Shoulder' gets to the heart of what it means to be human, especially in the sense of being honest with oneself,' says The Boot in their exclusive premiere of the new video from ARTS FISHING CLUB. The deeply personal track appears on Part 1 which houses the first five tracks from the band's two-part debut album Human. 'Devil On My Shoulder' recalls a turning point in the life of frontman Chris Kessenich 'who wrote the song after a fateful look in the mirror forced him to be honest with himself,' says The Boot. 'I felt like I was looking into a ghostly version of my soul and wondered what a conversation with my soul would be like,' Kessenich recalls. 'I was exhausted with the person I felt myself becoming: detached and empty. Drinking, drugs, promiscuity and partying were my vehicles for distracting myself from my fear of myself and my inevitable inadequacy. This song was extremely important to me and marked a turning point in my life, where I began to accept responsibility for my life and my happiness,' he reflects. 'I began to quit blaming others and finally admitted that it isn't 'the devil on my shoulder, the devil in my ear,' but the 'devil in the mirror' that is to blame.' (more...)

Dickens On The Strand Returns For 45th Year To Historic Galveston Island
by BWW News Desk - Nov 26, 2018

For 45 years, Galveston Historical Foundation's Dickens on The Strand festival has highlighted downtown Galveston's Victorian-era architecture while providing a one-of-a-kind holiday destination filled with the sights and sounds of Charles Dickens' work. This year's event continues that tradition with new entertainers and events, returning favorites, and family-friendly programming. This year's festival begins Friday, November 30 with free admission to Fezziwig's Beer Hall from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. and continues with ticketed admission Saturday, December 1, from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. and Sunday, December 2, from 12 to 6 p.m. (more...)

Kaby Premieres WHAT IT DO Music Video With Nashville Scene
by BWW News Desk - Nov 2, 2018

Today, rising Nashville rapper Kaby is thrilled to partner with his hometown publication, the alt-weekly Nashville Scene, to premiere the music video for his sensual and smooth “What It Do.”  Directed by Kaby and Nix, Kaby takes you on a fantasy-like journey to where the beauty of mother nature can inspire, elevate and empower. (more...)

BWW Review: CRY IT OUT at Studio Theatre
by Jennifer Perry - Nov 19, 2018

Admittedly, I am not a parent - nor have I ever had the desire to be one. As a 30-something, I've never had to navigate through the family vs. career challenges depicted in Molly Smith Metzler's play CRY IT OUT, now playing at Studio Theatre. Yet, even without the ability to personally relate to the story, there's a lot to appreciate in the play and Studio's production of it. (more...)

Noel Wells Releases Debut Single, 'Sunrise'
by TV News Desk - Nov 14, 2018

Actress, writer, filmmaker and comedian Noël Wells is proud to present the first single taken from her forthcoming debut album titled “Sunrise.” Streaming now, “Sunrise” was the first song written for the upcoming full-length, composed on a guitar Wells picked up in an AirBnB she was staying at in Austin, TX while she was shooting a film.  (more...)

Vote For The BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards! Round 1 Closes Saturday!
by BWW News Desk - Dec 7, 2018

Voting is open for the 2018 BroadwayWorld Dallas Awards, brought to you by BroadwayHD! Nominations were reader-submitted and now our readers get to vote for their favorites. (more...)

BWW Review: IF/THEN at Gryphon Theatre
by Aimee Smith - Dec 6, 2018

We've all spent time wondering about the little 'what ifs' - how would our lives be changed, if we had made our decisions a little differently? The musical If/Then, by Brian Yorkey and Tom Kitt, explores one woman's fascination with the road not taken. Boasting a small but mighty cast, the Wellington Footlights society bring this intimate tale to the New Zealand stage for the first time. If/Then drops us smack-bang into the heart of New York City, where the freshly divorced Elizabeth (Cassandra Tse) has just moved for a new start. In Madison Park, Elizabeth runs into her new friend, Kate (Caitlin Penrose), and old college flame, Lucas (Michael Stebbings). Both of them give Elizabeth advice on how to start out her new life - Kate suggests plunging into new experiences under a fresh nickname, Liz, whilst Lucas suggests joining him in a rally like they did in the old days, under the nickname Beth. Here, the show splits, and we see the two different paths of Elizabeth's life play out. (more...)

The Art of Elysium Announces Michael Muller as the 2019 Visionary
by TV News Desk - Dec 5, 2018

The Art of Elysium has announced the 2019 VISIONARY and SPIRIT OF ELYSIUM recipients for the charity's 12th annual “HEAVEN.” Michael Muller will build out his vision of “HEAVEN,” which will be unveiled on January 5, 2019. The same night, Beau Dunn will be honored with the 2019 SPIRIT OF ELYSIUM award for her generous support over the years.  The charity is thrilled to have Peter Dundas for DUNDAS grace the runway with the unveiling of his latest collection. (more...)

The Art Of Elysium Announces Michael Muller As The 2019 Visionary For The 12th Annual HEAVEN
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2018

The Art of Elysium has announced the 2019 VISIONARY and SPIRIT OF ELYSIUM recipients for the charity's 12th annual "HEAVEN." Michael Muller will build out his vision of "HEAVEN," which will be unveiled on January 5, 2019. The same night, Beau Dunn will be honored with the 2019 SPIRIT OF ELYSIUM award for her generous support over the years.  The charity is thrilled to have Peter Dundas for DUNDAS grace the runway with the unveiling of his latest collection. (more...)

Swindle Announces New Album NO MORE NORMAL, 1/25
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2018

Bridging distinct but closely connected music scenes can open new possibilities. On No More Normal, Swindle confidently grasps the different sides to the UK music scene. Boasting roots in the boundary-pushing world of Grime & Dubstep, this album marks the next step in the London-raised producer's expanded vision for his music. It fuses different disciplines together in new and electrifying ways. He connects a group of peers sharing creative common ground, one that centres around the fertile space between UK Jazz, Grime and Hip Hop. The results span from lush, strings-laden soul to voicebox-heavy p-funk – often in the course of one song. 'It's a class photo of 2018,' he says. 'I need everyone in this picture.' It incorporates an all-star cast of some of the UK's finest MC's in Kojey Radical, Ghetts, D Double E and P Money, to instrumentalists Yussef Dayes, Nubya Garcia, Riot Jazz, and singers such as Etta Bond, Eva Lazarus, Daleyand Kiko Bun. (more...)

BWW Review: LES MISERABLES Dazzles at The Fabulous Fox
by Tanya Seale - Dec 13, 2018

Anyone familiar with the Tony-Award-winning musical adaptation of Victor Hugo's novel Les Miserables knows it is a grand indulgence for the eyes, ears, and mind. The Cameron Mackintosh and Networks touring production (with new staging and reimagined scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo!) does not disappoint. (more...)

VIDEO: Elisabeth Moss Stars in Brandi Carlile's 'Party Of One' Music Video
by Stage Tube - Dec 11, 2018

The official music video for Brandi Carlile's “Party Of One” starring Elisabeth Moss is premiering today. (more...)

Ivoryton Playhouse Announces 2019 Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2018

On March 20th, 2019 The Ivoryton Playhouse opens its doors for a new season - a year full of exciting, affordable professional theatre. Plays for romantics and plays for cynics; shows for families and shows for sweethearts;  music from the movies and Broadway as well as zany comedies and classic dramas- the Ivoryton Playhouse 2019 season has something for everyone and more than you ever expected. (more...)

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