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by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 27, 2019
In The Italian in Me, a doe-eyed aspiring actress from Canada a?" who has been raised on a heaping dose of old-fashioned values & Roman Catholic guilt a?" upends her life by moving to Italy. With her, she brings a tiny bit of cash and grandiose dreams of working in Italian Cinema.
by Robert Diamond - Sep 18, 2013
Dorchester Group Limited has acquired the 121-room Hotel Eden from Starman Hotels. Effective from 18 September 2013, Dorchester Collection will manage the hotel and continue to work closely together with the previous management company, Starwood Hotels & Resorts, to ensure a smooth transition for hotel guests, partners and employees.
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 17, 2015
In celebration of the World Meeting of Families – Philadelphia 2015 and the historic visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia, Comcast today unveiled Eternally Rome, a new 13-minute show presented on “The Comcast Experience” video wall in the Comcast Center lobby.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 29, 2019
This November, Music Director Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra return to Carnegie Hall for two concerts in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 27, 2016
The Variation String Trio, comprising violinist Jennifer Koh, violist Hsin-Yun Huang, and cellist Wilhelmina Smith, makes its New York City debut performing works by living composers including Kaija Saariaho's Cloud Trio, selections from Gyorgy Kurtag's Signs, Games and Messages, and Andrew Norman's The Companion Guide to Rome. The concert opens the 92nd Street Y's Soundspace series this season in Buttenwieser Hall on Wednesday, November 30 at 8:30 p.m. Tickets, priced at $25, are available at 92Y.org/concerts or by calling (212) 415-5500.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 25, 2018
In The Italian in Me, a doe-eyed aspiring actress from Canada - who has been raised on a heaping dose of old-fashioned values & Roman Catholic guilt - upends her life by moving to Italy. With her, she brings a tiny bit of cash and grandiose dreams of working in Italian Cinema. Once in Rome, she quickly discovers that things in the Eternal City are not quite as holy or as romantic as she had imagined. Her days are filled with countless fruitless encounters with perverts, priests, producers and statues of Saints in old churches, to whom she pleads for help. But help does not come. Not even a chance siting of the Pope at St. Peter's brings her any closer to her dream. When all hope seems lost, she meets the cinematic Maestro himself, Federico Fellini at Cinecitta' Studios for what turns out to be a very 'illuminating' encounter, but will it be the 'Dolce Vita' she was searching for?
by Richard Sasanow - Oct 24, 2017
Though the classical music season is still young, it'll be tough for anything that lies ahead to compete with Friday night's performance at Carnegie Hall by Martha Argerich, who seemed to be having the time of her life, while showing total skill and control. The audience was hers from the get-go, stomping and whistling before she even sat down at the keyboard--as if they were at Madison Square Garden rather than this sometimes-demure palace of classical music.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 29, 2018
The Utah Symphony under Music Director Thierry Fischer launches a recording cycle of works by French composer Camille Saint-Saëns on Hyperion Records. This three-volume set will be the first complete, commercial recording of the composer's five symphonies by an American orchestra, as well as the orchestra's first recording project with the independent British label. Volume 1 is released on Friday, December 28 and comprises Symphony No. 3 in C minor (“Organ”), featuring Paul Jacobs; “Danse Bacchanale” from Act III of the composer's opera Samson et Dalila; and Trois tableaux symphoniques d'après La foi, based on the composer's incidental music for a play by Eugène Brieux. Pre-orders are currently available from hyperion-records.co.uk.
by Caryn Robbins - Nov 13, 2017
Cosmo Festival announce NYE line up in Rome w/ Chris Liebing, Ilario Alicante, Len Faki, Loco Dice, Marco Faraone, Nastia, Peggy Gou and Sam Paganini.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 13, 2017
For one night only architectural tradition meets musical innovation in the eternal city as the biggest names in house and techno take over four different venues in Rome this New Year's Eve for the third spectacular edition of Cosmos Festival including Chris Liebing, Ilario Alicante, Len Faki, Loco Dice, Marco Faraone, Nastia, Peggy Gou and Sam Paganini.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 12, 2018
The Utah Symphony under Music Director Thierry Fischer launches a recording cycle of works by French composer Camille Saint-Saens on Hyperion Records. This three-volume set will be the first complete, commercial recording of the composer's five symphonies by an American orchestra, as well as the orchestra's first recording project with the independent British label. Volume 1 is released on Friday, December 28 and comprises Symphony No. 3 in C minor ("Organ"), featuring Paul Jacobs; "Danse Bacchanale" from Act III of the composer's opera Samson et Dalila; and Trois tableaux symphoniques d'apres La foi, based on the composer's incidental music for a play by Eugene Brieux. Pre-orders are currently available from hyperion-records.co.uk.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2013
(Los Angeles, CA) November 2013 - Marten Weber's new novel “Benedetto Casanova: The Roman Diaries” (Street Date: December 1, 2013) is the continuation of the bestselling book, Benedetto Casanova, and the sexual adventures of Casanova's, gay brother, Benedetto.
by Diana Heisroth - May 5, 2014
Every five years for the past two centuries the hamlet of Sordevolo, located in northwest Italy's Biella province, stages 'La Passione,' a passion play reenacting Jesus Christ's last few days on earth, his death and his resurrection. The village next produces the play from June-September 2015 and, for Americans wishing to attend this rare performance, Catholic pilgrimage provider Regina Tours is offering five departures of 'Italy and the Passion Play in Sordevolo,' a trip to witness the play, followed by a tour of three of Italy's most beautiful cities: Florence, Assisi and Rome.
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2006
A Streetcar Named Desire, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Night of the Iguana, Baby Doll and The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone--six films featuring the poetic writing of Tennessee Williams--will be included in a new DVD set that will be released on May 2nd by Warner Home Video
by Christina Mancuso - May 17, 2013
In “The Passionate Palazzo: When Rome Was All the Rage” (published by AuthorHouse), author Elizabeth Guider's new historical novel, readers watch a young American find herself through a mash-up of love and life trials.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2015
Labyrinth Theater Company has announced the line-up for the second half of their 16th Annual Barn Series, the award-winning company's free play reading series. Running March 23-30, the Barn Series lets audiences encounter new plays written by or starring Labyrinth Company Members.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2016
The OBIE-winning HERE presents CULTUREMART 2016, taking place March 2 through March 12.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 11, 2019
On Saturday, March 9, Perez Art Museum Miami (PAMM) welcomed nearly 500 cultural philanthropists, artists, civic leaders, and arts supporters for the fifth annual Art of the Party presented by Valentino. PAMM's biggest fundraiser event of the year honored renowned artist Christo and philanthropists Dorothy and Aaron Podhurst, who have been longtime supporters of PAMM since its inception 35 years ago. The event raised over $1 million, with all funds directly supporting the museum's robust arts education program, the largest program of its kind outside the Miami-Dade County school system.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2012
The Guthrie Theater previously announced complete casting for the sparkling new musical Roman Holiday. This song-filled delight-based on the iconic 1953 Paramount Pictures film starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck-includes timeless music and lyrics by Cole Porter and a book by Paul Blake. The production plays from tonght, June 9 - August 19 on the McGuire Proscenium Stage and features soul-stirring Porter standards like "Easy to Love," "Just One of Those Things" and "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye." Guthrie Associate Artistic Director John Miller-Stephany (1776, God of Carnage and A Streetcar Named Desire) directs.
by Stage Tube - Jun 8, 2012
Roman Holiday begins preview performances on June 9, opens June 15 and continues through August 19 on the McGuire Proscenium Stage at the Guthrie Theater. Single tickets start at $29 and are now on sale through the Guthrie Box Office at 612.377.2224, toll-free 877.44.STAGE, 612.225.6244 (Group Sales) and online at www.guthrietheater.org.
by Jessica Lewis - Jun 15, 2012
Currently onstage at the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis is the period musical spectacular Roman Holiday. Based on the iconic film, the show features the music of Cole Porter, including hits like 'Easy to Love,' 'Begin the Beguine,' 'Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye' and 'Riding High', in addition to rarely heard gems that fit perfectly into the story. The production began preview performances on June 9 and opens tonight, June 15. The run is scheduled to continue through August 19 on the McGuire Proscenium Stage. Guthrie Artistic Producing Artistic Director John Miller-Stephany helms.
by Stage Tube - Jun 15, 2012
Roman Holiday opens tonight and continues through August 19 on the McGuire Proscenium Stage at the Guthrie Theater. Single tickets start at $29 and are now on sale through the Guthrie Box Office at 612.377.2224, toll-free 877.44.STAGE, 612.225.6244 (Group Sales) and online at www.guthrietheater.org. We have a first look at scenes from the show below!
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 14, 2016
?Writer/Director Balazs Juszt's exciting thriller The Man Who Was Thursday has been selected for the Edinburgh Film Festival and will receive its World Premiere in June. The stellar international cast include; Francois Arnaud (The Borgias), Jordi Molla (Riddick), Ana Ularu (Serena) and Mark Ivanir (A Late Quartet).
by Robert Diamond - Jul 7, 2013
Italian Dream Holidays is introducing a very special type of tour that coincides nicely with planned cruise ship excursions. For travelers who don't enjoy being in large groups and want an exclusive service at a very reasonable price, this tour of Rome will prove unforgettable.
by Robert Diamond - Jul 5, 2013
With the summer travel season in full swing, FlyFirst announces its selection of the top five European towns to visit in 2013. Europe's many vibrant cities, appealing landmarks and exciting recreation spots make it difficult for travelers to decide where to spend their time. To help international globetrotters, the travel experts at FlyFirst reviewed European destinations, noting airport and flight access, public transportation availability and compelling attractions, recreation and historic sites.
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 2, 2012
TO ROME WITH LOVE will be expanding to select theaters throughout the U.S. on Friday, July 6th from Sony Pictures Classics. The romantic comedy was written and directed by Woody Allen and stars Ellen Page, Alec Baldwin, Woody Allen and Jesse Eisenberg. Get a first look below!
by TV News Desk - Jul 19, 2016
Tonight, July 19 at 9PM join Science Channel as we use cutting-edge technology to go deep beneath the streets of the Italian capital and uncover the ancient engineering feats that have kept the Eternal City thriving for centuries in ROME'S BURIED SECRETS.
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 11, 2016
On Tuesday July 19 at 9PM join Science Channel as we use cutting-edge technology to go deep beneath the streets of the Italian capital and uncover the ancient engineering feats that have kept the Eternal City thriving for centuries in ROME'S BURIED SECRETS.
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 10, 2015
HERE announces its 2015-2016 producing season, featuring three HERE Resident Artist productions, an Artistic Director production, the fourth annual PROTOTYPE: Opera/Theatre/Now festival and HERE's yearly CULTUREMART festival, which gives audiences a first look at new work in process from artists in the HERE Artist Residency Program (HARP).  The multidisciplinary works in HERE's 2015-2016 season represent the culmination of commissions and developmental residencies of up to three years through HARP, and/or the Dream Music Puppetry Program.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 3, 2020
The Houston Symphony opens the second half of the 19-20 season with Grammy Award-winning violinist Augustin Hadelich in the all-Italian program, Paganini + 'Pines of Rome' at 8 p.m. Jan. 9 and 11 and 2:30 p.m. Jan. 12. Sunday's performance also honors Houston-area educators with a special Salute to Educators celebration.
by Robert Diamond - Jan 29, 2012
BroadwayWorld.com has learned details about a recent reading of the Guthrie Theatre's upcoming production of ROMAN HOLIDAY in Minneapolis. Starring in the reading, directed by John Miller-Stephany were Laura Osnes as Princess Ann and John Behlmann as Joe Bradley. They rest of the reading cast featured many of the area's top local talent. We're told that the reading went quite well, and that the song choices, which of course include some of Porter's biggest hits like 'Easy to Love,' 'Begin the Beguine,' 'Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye' and 'Riding High' also included many rarely heard gems that 'fit perfectly into the story.' Also in attendance for the staged reading were book writer Paul Blake and other members of the creative team.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2012
The Roy Arias Studios & Theaters, located in the Times Square Arts Center at 300 West 43rd Street, will present the first Times Square International Theater Festival from January 16 to 22, 2012.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2012
The Roy Arias Studios & Theaters, located in the Times Square Arts Center at 300 West 43rd Street, will present the first Times Square International Theater Festival from January 16 to 22, 2012.
by Andrew White - Feb 25, 2013
The year, roughly speaking, is 1300; the city, definitely Rome. An ambitious political exile from Florence, stripped of everything he ever owned or hoped to achieve, stews in the Eternal City disgusted with the civil wars and political infighting around him. All he has to his name is a solid classical education and a gift for writing poetry in the language of the streets--Italian. Finding himself with a lot of time on his hands, Dante Alighieri nurses his pain and his burning desire for revenge, and converts them into nothing less than a classic of World Literature.
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 2, 2017
The Elton John AIDS Foundation (EJAF) announced today that St. Paul & the Broken Bones will perform at this year's Academy Awards Viewing Party to be held on Sunday, February 26, 2017
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 15, 2018
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center announces the fourth annual Segal Center Film Festival on Theatre and Performance (FTP). The program includes a roster of more than 35 features, shorts, and documentaries by artists from Argentina, Belgium, Canada, China, France, Germany, Israel, Italy, Lebanon, The Netherlands, Poland, Serbia, The United Kingdom, and the United States. The festival takes place on Thursday, March 1; Friday, March 2; and Saturday, March 3 at The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center, located at The Graduate Center, City University of New York, NYC, 365 Fifth Avenue, at 34th Street.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2016
The OBIE-winning HERE presents CULTUREMART 2016, taking place March 2 - 12.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 7, 2020
Food Network icons and good friends, Bobby Flay and Giada De Laurentiis, are on an Italian adventure to eat and drink their way through the country they love so dearly on the new four-episode discovery+ series Bobby and Giada in Italy.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 20, 2011
The Roy Arias Studios & Theaters, located in the Times Square Arts Center at 300 West 43rd Street, will present the first Times Square International Theater Festival from January 16 to 22, 2012.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 3, 2017
Lily Verlaine & Jasper McCann's newest spectacle of ecdysiastic pageantry, Burlesco DiVino: Wine In Rome, is a celebration of wine, liberation, beauty, and frivolity in The Eternal City.
by Diana Heisroth - Apr 30, 2014
With more than 10,000 bands entered worldwide, 418,000 votes submitted and 750 bands competing in live battles at 70+ Hard Rock Cafes around the world, the results are in and Las Vegas' own Avalon Landing has made it to the final round of Hard Rock Rising -the world's largest battle of the bands competition! After battling it out with several of the area's top bands at Hard Rock Cafe Las Vegas and beating out the competition during the global voting phase, Avalon Landing is among the top winners from around the world and is one step closer to winning the chance of a lifetime - an all-expenses paid trip to Rome, Italy to perform at the first Hard Rock Live Rome music festival this summer! Second and third prize winners will each receive new music equipment and gear valued at $10,000.
by Nicole Rosky - Apr 26, 2012
The Guthrie Theater today announced complete casting for the sparkling new musical Roman Holiday. This song-filled delight-based on the iconic 1953 Paramount Pictures film starring Audrey Hepburn and Gregory Peck-includes timeless music and lyrics by Cole Porter and a book by Paul Blake. The production will play from June 9 - August 19 on the McGuire Proscenium Stage and features soul-stirring Porter standards like "Easy to Love," "Just One of Those Things" and "Ev'ry Time We Say Goodbye." Guthrie Associate Artistic Director John Miller-Stephany (1776, God of Carnage and A Streetcar Named Desire) will direct.
by Movies News Desk - Apr 13, 2017
The exhibition, Martin Scorsese, devoted to the director's life, work, and passion for cinema, which opened on December 11, has attracted more than 50,000 visitors to the Museum's galleries and to the comprehensive retrospective of the director's work in its theaters.