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by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2020
Fall for Dance North presents the 6th edition of its esteemed international dance festival, The Flip Side, from Sept. 29-Oct. 18, 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 10, 2020
Fall for Dance North (FFDN) invites arts enthusiasts to immerse themselves in a newly envisioned, interactive celebration of its sixth anniversary edition: The Flip Side, from Sept. 29a?"Oct.18, 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
DREAMCATCHER REPERTORY THEATRE will take its improv team,The Flip Side, on the road to the Madison Community Arts Center on November 9. THE FLIP SIDE features Clark Carmichael, Laura Ekstrand, Noreen Farley, Lulu French, Julian Blake Gordon, Dave Maulbeck, Scott McGowan, David Lee White and Emily Williams. This unpredictable evening is an affordable, enjoyable evening that is packed with laughs from start to finish.
by Alan Henry - Oct 30, 2019
This week we're spotlighting Nadia DiGiallonardo is currently the music director for the Broadway production of Waitress at the Brooks Atkinson Theater, where she can be found playing and conducting Sara Bareilles' score most nights. She is also the music supervisor for the national tour and international companies of Waitress.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2020
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, in residence at Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, will premiere its virtual improv show, The Flip Side: Halloween, on Facebook on Thursday, October 29 at 7 pm. The 30-minute performance is free, and after its debut it will be available on along with all previous virtual Flip Side shows.
by TV News Desk - Oct 25, 2019
For the first time in seven years, Neil Young has reunited with his most beloved and enduring band Crazy Horse and are proud to announce their new album COLORADO today via Reprise Records. This is the first new music since 2012's critically acclaimed PSYCHEDELIC PILL and is arguably their most important and timely body of work to date. Young, along with Ralph Molina (drums, vocals), Billy Talbot (bass, vocals) and Nils Lofgren (guitars, vocals, pump organ), recorded 11 tracks mostly live in the studio in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. The end results are sonically stunning and as real as it gets; the listener will feel what it's like to be on the studio floor with the band during the actual recording. As for the songs themselves, this is pure Neil at his finest and as stylistically diverse as one might expect once The Horse is out of the barn. Some of the songs have already been performed live during Young's recent live shows and have already become fan favorites. From the classic, familiar feel of “She Showed Me Love,” to the gentle piano balladry of “Green Is Blue” with its lyrical images that recall disturbing images of extreme climate change. “Shut It Down,” the album's next radio track, rocks hard and offers a reset solution to our country's current state of affairs. “Milky Way,” originally shared with the world weeks ago will also strike a familiar chord. The anthemic and inspiring “Rainbow Of Colors” reminds us that “there's a rainbow of colors in the old USA, no one's gonna white wash those colors away.”
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 21, 2020
Award winning songwriter Scott Evan Davis hasn't spent his time in shutdown Netflixing and chilling. Well... maybe a little.
by TV News Desk - Oct 15, 2019
Released today via Fat Possum, “Delta 88 Nightmare,” newly recorded music from the iconic punk rock band, X, along with the video directed by Henry Mortensen, premiering today on Rolling Stone.
by Seth Tucker - Oct 14, 2019
FRIDAY THE 13TH: THE PARODY MUSICAL Slays at All Puppet Players. Guttural, laugh out loud, wipe the tears away kind of funny with jokes as fast, furious, and perfectly obnoxious as a jackhammer. Warning: Explicit Language.
by Rachael Goldberg - Nov 3, 2019
Theory is an interesting show with a strong cast and solid technical elements. It raises some valid questions about living our ideals and the limitations we set (or don't) on ourselves and others in public, but it never quite figures out how to go beyond that. Still, it opens conversations about these issues, and pushes audiences to reconsider their own perspectives, and there's certainly value in that.
by TV News Desk - Nov 27, 2019
Black Friday just got a whole lot better!  X will be releasing newly recorded music - a 7” featuring “Delta 88 Nightmare” and “Cyrano de Berger's Back” will be released on November 29, 2019 via Fat Possum.  
by Student Blogger: Olivia Tewksbury - Nov 22, 2019
Life after graduation can be daunting! You may be wondering where the best place is for you to locate yourself as an actor. You might be interested in pursuing something specific (Ex: Shakespeare companies or Improv) or you might be looking to go straight for a busy city like Los Angeles or New York. But sometimes your work may take you to a location that may not be super theatre oriented. Here are some tips for making the most out of any city/state you're in!
by Courtney Savoia - Nov 10, 2020
GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS recently announced the digital release of the Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 original cast recording of In the Green – the new musical by Grace McLean. The album features orchestrations by Grace McLean and Kris Kukul, with music supervision by Kris Kukul, and music direction by Ada Westfall.
by TV News Desk - Nov 10, 2020
Morgan Geer AKA Drunken Prayer is celebrating the 10th anniversary of his long out-of-print, bawdy New-Orleans-Funeral-March-Through-The-North-Pole single.
by Joe Lombardi - Nov 10, 2019
Truman Capote interviewed Marlon Brando in 1957.  The legendary actor was in Japan filming Sayonara.  Hilariously, we overhear one of the movie's sales pitches.  They are using 'real Japanese actors.'  This conversation is one level of the multi-media piece BrandoCapote.  On the flip side, this dance play is a commentary on men and toxic masculinity.
by Eleni Cashell - May 6, 2020
Days before the lockdown, the Park Theatre had sell-out performances of La Cage Au Folles, was preparing for Clybourne Park, and was doing vital work in the local community. Now, the staff are furloughed and the future is uncertain. To help secure the venue's future, Artistic Director Jez Bond has set up The Park Life Fund. In 48 hours, they raised £300,000, but there's still £100,000 left to reach their target.
by Peter Nason - May 12, 2020
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest Beatles songs, including some of the fab four's solo works. They're all here: 'Twist and Shout,' 'In My Life,' 'Helter Skelter,' 'Imagine,' 'Something,' 'Maybe I'm Amazed,' 'Let It Be.' See if your favorites made the grade!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2020
DREAMCATCHER REPERTORY THEATRE, professional Theatre in Residence at Oakes Center in Summit, serves up an evening of improv comedy featuring its house team, THE FLIP SIDE, on March 21.
by Virag Dombay - Mar 31, 2020
Next up in our Brisbane Local Artists interview segment is Dorothy (Dot) Mae. Working as a performing artist and teacher, and as a Captain Starlight, Dot is very passionate about teaching youth about the arts and helping them release their creativity. Not only that, but she is one of the loveliest and supportive humans that I've ever met. Here is what we had a chat about...
by TV News Desk - Mar 31, 2020
Earlier this month, the music world mourned the loss of Psychic Ills founder, frontman, and songwriter Tres Warren. At the time of his death, Warren was overflowing with creativity, actively writing new songs, and excited about the next phase of the band.
by E.H. Reiter - Mar 29, 2021
HARLEM DUET, now streaming from Coronado Playhouse is an apt name for this beautiful, and heartbreaking play.  In a “prequel” to Shakespeare’s OTHELLO, the play follows one couple in the 1860s, 1928, and in modern Harlem. It explores how echoes of the same old songs of racism, privilege, and relationships can be heard throughout history and into the modern-day. Streaming through April 18th
by Amanda Prahl - Mar 22, 2021
The experience of listening to a Josh Groban album is not dissimilar to the experience of watching one of those classic ‘90s romantic comedies. There’s a warmth and familiarity to both, a reassurance that what you’re getting is heartfelt and genuine, even if it’s not reinventing the wheel. That’s exactly what it’s like listening to Groban’s latest album, Harmony.
by Jim Munson - Mar 2, 2021
There are just some people on this planet who naturally operate on a more creative level than the rest of us, and mezzo-soprano Hai-Ting Chinn is clearly one of those people. She is bringing her wildly inventive musical science show Science Fair: An Opera with Experiments to The Marsh on Saturday, March 6th.  Conceived and performed by Chinn with pianist Erika Switzer, Science Fair pairs luscious operatic vocals with light-hearted humor and science lectures. Chinn herself describes it as “a classical cabaret of science songs with science communication staging, including live experiments and slide shows, a little audience participation and a general sort of Bill Nye fun.” Science Fair will be available for livestream at 5:00pm PST on March 6th, followed by a post-performance Q&A with The Marsh Founder/Artistic Director Stephanie Weisman. Chinn will also appear two days prior to that on Stephanie’s MarshStream at 7:30pm on Thursday, March 4th to discuss this innovative work. For more information, visit BroadwayWorld caught up with Chinn last week from her home in the Hudson Valley, where she had just moved from New York City only two days earlier. A Northern California native with degrees from the Eastman and Yale Schools of Music, Shinn has enjoyed an unusually eclectic career, with credits as varied as touring around the world in Phillip Glass’s Einstein on the Beach, playing Lady Thiang in The King & I on the West End, and performing with the experimental Wooster Group in New York. Given her resume, I had thought she might be fascinating to talk to, and she did not disappoint. I mean, what other opera singers do you know who do science in their spare time, just for fun? We talked about how Science Fair came to be, her passion for the creative process, and our evolving understanding around issues of racial and gender equity. In conversation, she is candid and accessible, brainy and funny, and always very, very thoughtful. Underlying everything is her enduring joy in pushing the boundaries of what it means to create musical art.
by Peter Nason - Mar 19, 2020
How do we make a list of the 101 greatest show tunes from the past 100 years without bias? That's certainly a near-impossible mountain to climb, because even some forms of biases, knowledgeable judgments, are key when doing a task like this. But we need to make it as objective as possible when dealing with something so subjective.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 18, 2021
JAZZ STANDARD, one of the nation's premier jazz clubs, is keeping the music alive with 'The Flip Side Sessions', a virtual concert series broadcasting fully-produced, pre-recorded shows every Friday from March 26-May 14, 2021.
by Student Blogger: Kelly Schwantes - Mar 12, 2021
Whether you find them at your university or in your community, take advantage of these unique performance techniques!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2021
CLUB44 RECORDS has announced that Come What May, the new album from international Billboard #1 pop/jazz vocalist Jane Monheit, is available on CD and digital and streaming formats starting today, Friday, March 12.
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 11, 2020
Iconic actress Marilu Henner opened at Feinstein's/54 Below last week and the crowds fell in love with her again... for the umpteenth time.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2021
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, is offering a virtual improv class this spring for adults and teens aged 18 and up. The class will be held Monday  evenings from 7:30-9:30 for eight weeks starting April 5 and ending May 24. The cost is $280.
by TV News Desk - Jun 19, 2020
Newcastle-born DJ and producer Patrick Topping has dropped new double single 'Rocket Fuel', out 19th June worldwide via his TRICK label.
by Peter Nason - Jun 18, 2020
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest protest songs from 1939-2020. See if your favorite songs or artists made the list!
by Peter Nason - Jun 11, 2020
BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest Motown songs from 1960-1994. See if your favorite songs or artists made the list!
by Fiona Scott - Jul 31, 2020
Kwame Kwei-Armah is the Artistic Director of the Young Vic, which is marking its 50th anniversary this  year. As part of the celebrations, Kwei-Armah is the subject of an episode of the latest BBC imagine... series. We spoke to him about lockdown and going back over his childhood as part of the project.
by TV News Desk - Jul 15, 2020
Following the release of the animated video for 'A Ghost', frontman Fran Healy has returned to the director's chair with the video for Travis' new track, 'Valentine'. The track is the third from their eagerly anticipated new album, 10 Songs, which will be released on October 9th on BMG. 
by BWW News Desk - Jan 5, 2021
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, in residence at Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, is announcing productions and programs for the winter and spring of its 26th season, spanning January through May.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2020
The nonprofit Baltimore Improv Group (BIG) brings scripted comedy to Maryland audiences with The Greatest Sketch Show in America for one-night only.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 26, 2021
To celebrate International Women's Day, leading female comedy community Funny Women is running the inaugural Funny Women Around The World. This exciting and hilarious virtual free event will showcase comedy and entertainment from every corner of the globe to launch the Funny Women Awards.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2021
CLUB44 RECORDS has announced that Come What May, the enchanting new album from international Billboard #1 pop/jazz vocalist Jane Monheit, will be available on CD and digital and streaming formats on Friday, March 12. This dynamic all-new collection of songbook classics will honor Monheit’s 20th anniversary as a best-selling recording artist.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 8, 2020
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, is offering a virtual improv class this winter for adults and teens aged 18 and up. The class will be held Tuesday evenings from 7:30-9:30 for eight weeks starting January 12 and ending March 2. The cost is $280.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 6, 2019
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, will offer Improv Classes for adults and teens at the Beginner and Intermediate levels this winter. Dreamcatcher revised our class levels recently to reflect the growth and diversity of our students. Those who want to continue their improv education have the opportunity to study further in the program by returning to the correct level. This way students can more deeply explore skills and gain experience in techniques that are only introduced in one session.
by Peter Nason - Dec 21, 2019
25 Shows & Performances in the Tampa Bay Area That Rocked Our World from 2010 to 2019!
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Dec 21, 2019
After the artful, intimate INTO THE WOODS last year, TEMAN (Teater Musikal Nusantara) is back with the bombastic and bodacious HAIRSPRAY. Directed by Broadway's Brandon Bieber, the glam production was worthy of Broadway barring noticeable technical issues.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2019
DEAR EVAN HANSEN on tour launched last year in Denver and is currently on tour across America! What are critics saying about the show in different cities across the country? Check out all the reviews for the hit musical below from tour stops in Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Boston, Washington, DC and more!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 27, 2020
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, is offering a variety of classes this fall for students from 5th to 12th grade and for ages 18 and up.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2020
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, in residence at Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, is announcing productions and programs for the beginning of its 26th season, spanning September through December.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2020
Alt Cabaret Star, Billy Lykken will be kicking off Don't Tell Mama's 'Street Songs Serenade' series with a LIVE (but safe!) musical experience, next Thursday, August 27th at 5:00pm.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2020
Powerhouses Marcus Santoro and Faderx teamed up for their new vocal progressive track 'Out Of My Head,' out on Protocol Recordings. It has all the workings of an addictive, euphoric single, delivering distinctly trance-influenced melodies, undulating basslines, and emotive vocals.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2020
The Bridge Initiative: Women in Theatre (TBI) is testing a new concept called Quaran-Teams: an hour-long event featuring theatre artists 'teams', accompanied by a trivia-type game with prizes for the audience.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2020
Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, professional Theatre in Residence at the Oakes Center in Summit, will offer an online Improv Class for adults and teens beginning May 2. In light of the social distancing order now in place, Dreamcatcher has restructured our class to accommodate a range of levels using the Zoom platform.
by Courtney Savoia - Apr 16, 2021
Broadway Records recently announced the release of IN PIECES, a new musical by Joey Contreras. This energetic and emotional 10-track highlights album features a robust lineup of talent from popular artists, including David Archuleta, Andrew Barth Feldman, George Salazar, Solea Pfeiffer, Ben Fankhauser, Natalie Weiss, Ashley De La Rosa, Leslie Hiatt, and Emily Kristen Morris. Showcasing their unique and powerful voices, along with their flair for storytelling, IN PIECES brings the musical’s candid themes of our human existence to light.