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by Marina Kennedy - Sep 30, 2019
Two River Theater (TRT) has launched its 2019/20 Season with 'Cyrano' by Jason O'Connell and Brenda Withers, adapted from the play Cyrano de Bergerac by Edmond Rostand, directed by Meredith McDonough in a co-production with Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. had the pleasure of interviewing Britney Simpson who plays Roxane in the production.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2021
Stony Plain Records announces an October 22 release date for Pinky's Blues, the new album from award-winning blues guitarist/singer Sue Foley.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2019
Irondale, a home for cutting edge, artist-driven theater and the home of the Irondale Ensemble, will host four plays during the October month-long FringeBYOV Festival. The only Brooklyn based venue to welcome audiences to the Festival, Irondale is an official host of the FringeBYOV segment of The NEW York International Fringe Festival and will co-present nearly 15 performances: Wolfpack, October 16-18, The Four of Us, October 17-19, Savana Glacial, October 23-24, 30, and Update, October 25-26.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 16, 2020
Hard rock band The Lonely Ones released their reimagined version of Queen's classic song 'Flash' in July of this year.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 13, 2019
Today, Ringo Starr announced his 20th studio record, What's My Name, to be released on UMe October 25, 2019. What's My Name is the latest in a series of heartfelt and homespun records that Starr has produced in his home studio and a distinguished, ever-changing yet often repeating cast of musical characters and friends playing along with Ringo. Those friends include Paul McCartney, Joe Walsh, Edgar Winter, Dave Stewart, Benmont Tench, Steve Lukather, Nathan East, Colin Hay, Richard Page, Warren Ham, Windy Wagner, Kari Kimmel and more (full track and credit list below).
by Gil Kaan - Sep 10, 2021
Performance artist John Fleck will present four live, work-in-progress performances of his musical cabaret/special event it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE! at the Odyssey Theatre starting September 18th. Had the chance to chat up this infamous NEA FOUR artist on his creativity, his patience in the makeup chair and his creative history with David Schweizer.
by Marianka Swain - Oct 7, 2019
Composer, writer and actor Dave Malloy's work includes the Tony Award-winning Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812, Octet, and his upcoming adaptation of Moby-Dick - the latter directed by regular collaborator Rachel Chavkin and starring Malloy. This year, London also sees two of his shows: Preludes, soon to conclude its run at Southwark Playhouse, and Ghost Quartet, which plays at the new Boulevard Theatre from 24 October. 
by Virag Dombay - Oct 29, 2020
Next up on my local artists segment I will be interviewing three independent theatre companies and collectives who have been working with Dead Puppet Society on professional developments as a part a professional development program called THE DPS Lab. First up was the Naughty Corner Collective and next up are the Fizzy Rascals, a group of experimental theatre makers interested in pushing the boundaries of form and visual aesthetic. Their core team consists of four members: Jennifer Bagg, Fiona MacDonald, Mark McDonald and Linnea Tengroth. Working collaboratively to devise works with a focus on movement and striking images, we believe in striving for a universal language in storytelling. Our works are handmade with vigour and passion, accumulating skills with each new process and striving for big images. We bring expertise in areas such as devising, physical theatre, acting and directing. Currently we are pursuing an interdisciplinary practice, exploring ways of incorporating the language of film, puppetry and dance into live performance. Here's what they had to say...
by Monica Moore - Oct 29, 2019
Fuelled by the desire to assist three talented South Auckland teenagers to get to The Junior Theatre Festival in America in January 2020, Emma Bishop has come together with 3 equally talented performer friends to create 'Queen_St' - and audiences are loving what they do.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 27, 2020
Today, Bodies of Water share their new 'Every Little Bird' video & announce their first LP in three years via American Songwriter.
by Eleni Cashell - Oct 27, 2020
After a successful run at both Barn Theatre and Bristol Old Vic, Private Peaceful is heading to the Garrick Theatre. Emily Costello chats about making her West End debut in the show and the audience reactions so far.
by Andrea Stephenson - Oct 21, 2019
The musical A Little Princess by Andrew Lippa and Brian Crawley, is based on the 1905 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett. It first appeared on stage in Mountain View, California in 2004 and premiered in London in 2018. The story opens with Sara Crewe in her room at her school in London. She tells Becky, a maid at the school, about her life growing up in Africa and how she came to be in London. The musical takes the audience on a journey filled with memories, wild flights of imagination, magic, heartbreak, friendship, and love.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2020
1812 Productions has announced its 2020-2021 theatre season. The 2020-2021 season features four original comedic works that are being designed for virtual performance, with live performances tentatively scheduled for spring, 2021. Each production will feature a mixture of live performance and pre-recorded material and will be streamed through 1812 Productions' website.
by Shari Barrett - Nov 8, 2020
Writer and director Shawn Plunkett wants to fill the void of no theater by taking audiences back to days of live television, just without the in-person studio audience. 'SAFER APART will be performed LIVE so anything can happen, which is one of the major appeals of attending an in-person show. I am aiming to give it a cinematic touch, making sure it is not as static as actors sitting in a chair and just reading a script. We are moving, adjusting, using more than one camera. I will even be walking outside while holding a camera in one scene. And there will be lots of action, made all the more exciting since it is being done live.'
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 27, 2020
Working closely with musical director Jon Weber, Celia Berk creates something special for her fans, for the holidays.
by Stephi Wild - May 9, 2022
No matter how far away it may seem, tomorrow glows with possibility and promise. Even the darkest night always breaks at dawn. flor finds light in the promise of a new day. The Hood River, OR quartet—Zach Grace [vocals, guitar], Dylan Bauld [bass], McKinley Kitts [guitar], and Kyle Hill [drums]—excavate unshakable melodies from jubilant synths, buoyant beats, and lush guitars as they relay a coming-of-age story all their own.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 9, 2020
Due to the global health emergency, Broadway theaters have found their bright lights dimmed and their houses dark for the first time in history. As the world works together to stop the spread of COVID-19, the theater industry has been put on hold indefinitely.
by A.A. Cristi - May 28, 2020
Los Angeles-based Echo Theater Company, dedicated to creating new work for the theater, has announced the nine writers who will participate in the company's 2020 Playwrights Lab.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
Last week, AFI launched a remix contest for their recent single 'Dulcería.' The contest can be found within The Bodies Experience interactive 360° website, where fans can download song stems and create their own take on the track.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 1, 2022
The country music community was rocked today with the tragic news of the sudden passing of country music giant Naomi Judd. Hailing from the Appalachian foothills of Ashland, Ky., mother and daughter duo, The Judds, were first discovered by RCA label head Joe Galante in 1983 after landing a spot on WSM-TV’s 'The Ralph Emery Show.'
by Stephen Mosher - May 1, 2021
With years of cabaret experiences behind them, Barbara Bleier, Austin Pendleton, Barbara Maier Gustern and Paul Greenwood are taking to the 'net for their latest cabaret show, and Bleier has a lot to say about it.
by Shari Barrett - Mar 8, 2021
Two solo explorations of female identity, written and performed by two funny Latinx-American women, are being presented by IAMA Theatre Company: ANYONE BUT ME, written and performed by Sheila Carrasco, directed by Margaux Susi; and THE OXY COMPLEX, written and performed by Anna LaMadrid, directed by Michelle Bossy. While following strict Covid-19 guidelines, both were filmed live at L.A.’s Pico Playhouse and will premiere virtually on March 21 at, where each will continue streaming through April 18. Sheila Carrasco, a resident of Santa Monica, just wrapped filming ANYONE BUT ME. As a fellow Westsider, I decided to speak with her about that experience prior to seeing her show.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 30, 2021
Filmed in the days leading up to their August 15, 2021, drive-in concerts, Things Come Around shows the struggles, doubts, and financial realities of four bandmates and business owners as they confront a new world. It hides no awkwardness, no drama, no emotion, and no bullshit.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 25, 2021
'I always love working with The Oaks and with this album, they’ve really captured the warmest feelings of home and family,” shares Dave Cobb.
by Student Blogger: Kelly Schwantes - Mar 23, 2021
This blog was going to be about something completely different, but once I started writing I realized that there were more important things I wanted to say and people I wanted to recognize. I was also listening to Benn Platt’s studio album, so go figure. This blog is dedicated to those eight magnificent people; go dawgs.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 17, 2020
Fueled By Ramen band All Time Low has surprised fans with the Saint Patrick's Day release of “Getaway Green”, the third track off their forthcoming full-length album Wake Up, Sunshine. The eagerly anticipated song, which saw its live debut at last year's Slam Dunk Festival, is available to stream and download. All Time Low has also released an official music video for the track, recorded live at intimate shows in Boston, New York, Baltimore, Leeds, and London this January. Watch it via Fueled By Ramen's YouTube channel below!
by Jim Munson - Jun 18, 2020
More than 30 Bay Area theatres are joining forces to present a reading on Juneteenth, encouraging donations to support a bold Go Fund Me Campaign that aims to fundraise one million dollars for Black theatre projects in America. Spearheaded by PlayGround, Lorraine Hansberry Theatre, and Planet Earth Arts, these Bay Area theatres (including TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, Berkeley Rep, A.C.T, Cal Shakes, and many more) are co-presenting a livestreamed Zoom reading of Vincent Terrell Durham's Polar Bears, Black Boys & Prairie Fringed Orchids at 7pm PT on June 19 as part of the Juneteenth Theatre Justice Project, a national theatre movement to produce this reading of Durham's play to commemorate anniversary of the freeing of enslaved Black people. BroadwayWorld spoke with Aldo Billingslea, the longstanding pillar of the Bay Area theatre community who is producing the livestream and also leads the Juneteenth Theatre Justice Project. Billingslea is well-loved throughout the Bay Area as a man of many talents, including actor, professor, producer, collaborator and mentor.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 23, 2019
Asbury Park-based indie-rocker Rachel Ana Dobken has premiered the music video for her single, “Always,” via Atwood Magazine. The single is the second from her album, When It Happens To You, which Dobken self-produced and released in 2018. The video finds Dobken showcasing her musical talents as she hops between guitar and drums in a vintage roller rink. She shared the making of her new video and how it represents “Always” with Atwood.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 18, 2019
Magnapop's new album, The Circle Is Round, is the Atlanta-based group's debut release for HHBTM Records, and is their sixth album, coming nearly a decade after their previous record, 2009's Chase Park. Prior to this, the group had a fruitful run during the Alternative Rock heyday of the mid-90s, finding critical acclaim with 1994's Hotboxing (with single “Slowly, Slowly”) and 1996's Rubbing Doesn't Help, which featured their most beloved song, “Open The Door.” And although the phrase was an endearing joke courtesy of slacker film Singles, Magnapop were indeed “big in Belgium,” finding enduring success that has led them to visit the Benelux region numerous times over their three decade career. (They have a tour slated for the area this September.)
by Stephi Wild - Jan 4, 2021
Epic Theatre Company's Artistic Director Kevin Broccoli recently chatted with Itamar Moses as part of its series, The Drag.
by Nicole Rosky - Jan 21, 2021
Later this week, Billy Stritch sings Mel Torme opens The Cabaret Project of St. Louis' virtual season, TRIBUTES. New York's celebrated singer-pianist brings the legendary Mel Torme's swing and swagger direct from Birdland nightclub.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 14, 2020
Ambient rockers Haunt The Woods have shared the video for their new single, 'Supernova', the latest track to be taken from their upcoming debut album, Opaque, out on February 28th.
by Neil Shurley - Feb 6, 2020
'Anybody who comes to the show, whether they're two or 92, will not be disappointed'
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 20, 2020
 Following Monday's announcement of their new full-length album Wake Up, Sunshine, All Time Low has returned with the LP's second single “Sleeping In”. The track premiered earlier today on Scott Mills' BBC Radio 1 show. Partnering with North Shore Animal League America (NSALA) to help raise money and awareness for no kill rescue and adoption organizations, All Time Low has also shared an official music video for the song. The Max Moore directed clip was shot on location in Nashville, TN at NSALA shelter partner, MACC. Fans can donate to NSALA HERE.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 2, 2020
WomensWork Theatre Collaborative continues its Season of Madness with a limited run regional premiere of a?oeThe Madwoman in the Volvoa?? by Sandra Tsing Loh, based on her acclaimed memoir of the same title. Not choosing to go quietly into her sixth decade, Sandra and friends set a destination for Burning Man, an annual event of half-nude artistic stoners, where she creates a spectacular midlife blow up. It's a candid, hilarious and enlightening take on one woman's journey as she navigates her way through her middle-age maelstrom.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 18, 2020
In Full Bloom: Transcending Gender follows the courageous journey of thirteen transgender and two gay actors as they transform their lives through the use of monologue, dialogue and performance art while preparing for the world premiere of the original stage play, Lovely Bouquet of Flowers: An Exploration of Non-Traditional Gender Voices, written by Jazzmun Nichcala Crayton and David Hays Gaddas.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 17, 2020
After building anticipation for new music and selling out tour dates across North America, All Time Low have announced that they will release their new full-length album, WAKE UP, SUNSHINE, on April 3rd via Fueled By Ramen. Pre-orders for the LP are available today, with exclusive bundles including vinyl, and the band's very own RISE “Wake Up Sunshine” Nitro Cold Brew Coffee available at their webstore. All orders will receive an instant grat download of WAKE UP, SUNSHINE's first single, “Some Kind of Disaster.”
by Jim Munson - Dec 17, 2020
Virtuoso actor/pianist/playwright Hershey Felder is bringing us a holiday treat with a livestreamed performance of his hit show Hershey Felder TCHAIKOVSKY presented live from Florence, Italy where Tchaikovsky lived and worked. It is also not so incidentally where Felder himself lives and has been hunkered down ever since his normally hectic life of constant touring was brought to a halt by the Covid epidemic. Hershey Felder TCHAIKOVSKY features an extended focus on the composer’s iconic The Nutcracker ballet, and also delves into his life in Italy, and his array of works from the ballets Swan Lake and Sleeping Beauty, to his 1812 Overture, and brilliant symphonic works. Presented by TheatreWorks Silicon Valley in partnership with Hershey Felder Presents Live from Florence, the richly cinematic show is directed by Florentine film artist Stefano Decarli and based on the original stage play directed by Trevor Hay. Hershey Felder TCHAIKOVSKY will be presented live on Sunday, December 20, 2020 (5pm PST/8pm EST) with streaming on-demand access available December 21 – 27, 2020. Tickets and more information are available at BroadwayWorld spoke with Felder just a couple of days ago while he was in the thick of final preparations for the livestream - about who the real Tchaikovsky was and his difficulties as a gay man in tsarist Russia, the enduring popularity of his music, and how Felder is spending the holidays in Florence. He is always a fun and fascinating person to talk to, with his encyclopedic knowledge of the arts and his idiosyncratically musical syntax. His response to even a simple question can be at once funny, nerdy and heartfelt.
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Dec 16, 2021
Russian-set musicals figure highly in this actor's nontraditional path to the tour stage. ANASTASIA, the new Broadway musical, and its Dowager Empress are on the Orpheum's stage till Dec. 19.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2021
In an unprecedented collaboration, Baltimore Center Stage, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, Long Wharf Theatre, and The Repertory Theatre of St. Louis have joined forces to hire a group of freelance artists to participate in a joint year-long Artistic Caucus as key parts of the artistic development teams within each theater.
by Stage Tube - Dec 1, 2020
Today Bodies of Water are sharing their new 'I Knew Your Brother' video. The music video features an unlikely combo; a dancing ostrich & firework explosions. Under The Radar has the premiere. Is This What It's Like is due out on February 12, 2021 via Thousand Tongues.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 4, 2021
The band is touring in support of their critically-acclaimed album 'We Saw Blue.' The band has garnered praise from Billboard, NPR's All Things Considered, Atwood, PopMatters, Glide, and KUTX, alongside high profile Spotify playlists boosting play counts to 500,000 and rising.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 24, 2021
Stony Plain Records announces an October 22 release date for Pinky's Blues, the new album from award-winning blues guitarist/singer Sue Foley.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Aug 24, 2020
It's #MeaningfulMonday! Learn about how these Illinois high-schoolers planned a night of performances to support Evanston Black-Owned Businesses!
by Student Blogger: Laura Johnson - Aug 14, 2020
The idea of starting my freshman year of college was very daunting.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 10, 2021
Maks and Val Chmerkovskiy are back on stage with their 'Stripped Down' tour, showing audiences a whole new side of the dancing duo. Featuring dance, comedy, and personal stories from the lives of the Chmerkovskiy brothers, the Maks & Val: Stripped Down tour will make you laugh, cry, and everything in between.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 30, 2020
Country legends David Nail and Little Texas headline Elm Street Cultural Arts Village's third outdoor concert season, The Lantern Series, as part of their 2020/2021 Season of Character.
by Michael Major - Apr 28, 2022
To coincide with the signing news, the paperback edition of G’Ra's first book, Boyz n the Void: a mixtape to my brother, will be released on May 10 through Beacon Press. With each chapter anchored by a song on a mixtape, the nonfiction book explores race, gender, class and sexuality as they pertain to punk rock and straight-edge culture.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 28, 2021
Already one of Rolling Stone’s “54 Most Anticipated Albums of 2021,” A Few Stars Apart is a testament to finding a human connection: between close family and friends, as well as one’s own heart.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 14, 2021
1812 Productions will present The Way I Walk. The first in a series of related projects premiering over the coming years, The Way I Walk will be performed live nightly for a streaming audience. The show will play from April 29 through May 23rd. Opening Night will be Wednesday, May 5 at 7:00pm.