The Impossible Years Broadway

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(New York, NY)
137 W. 48th St.
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by Matt Tamanini - Oct 20, 2017
Here at BroadwayWorld, we love podcasts! So, starting today, we are going to be rounding up the best episodes of our favorite theatrical podcasts every week, so you can find them all in one place.
by Michael Dale - Oct 18, 2005
Richard Greenberg's new comedy may remind you of a certain Brady Bunch fantasy
by Behind the Curtain - Oct 16, 2017
Everyone's favorite little bird, little Chavala, Neva Small, sits down with Rob and Kevin to look back on her fabulous career both onstage and on the screen. Neva takes us back to the filming of the immortal FIDDLER ON THE ROOF film, as well as how her career as a child actress led to her Broadway appearances in SOMETHING MORE, HENRY, SWEET HENRY, THE IMPOSSIBLE YEARS, FRANK MERRIWELL, and SOMETHING'S AFOOT.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2007
The Emelin Theatre, a non-profit performing arts center in Mamaroneck, NY, today announced that Broadway star Karen Mason, who originated the role of Tanya in Broadway's Mamma Mia! - a role for which she received a 2002 Drama Desk nomination for Best Actress - will join the cast of the Emelin's Kleinbort Collection.
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2011
On Wednesday, June 1, 2011, the company of the hit Off-Broadway comedy MISS ABIGAIL'S GUIDE TO DATING, MATING, AND MARRIAGE! is pleased to welcome 'Three's Company' star Joyce DeWitt in the title role.
by BWW News Desk - May 31, 2011
On Wednesday, June 1, 2011, the company of the hit Off-Broadway comedy Miss Abigail's Guide to Dating, Mating, and Marriage! is pleased to welcome 'Three's Company' star Joyce DeWitt in the title role.
by Allison Rambler - May 2, 2017
The world of theatre encompasses every issue under the sun; from war to small town drama, from orphans to puppets, theatre has seen it all. Using this logic, it makes sense that many plays and musicals often deal with the challenging topic of illness and death. Musicals such as NEXT TO NORMAL and HEATHERS take very different approaches to the subject of our own mortality, and there are a myriad of plays that attempt to tackle the issue. Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg has chosen one such play, a drama entitled THE SHADOW BOX, and through this show continues to prove that they deserve a bigger spotlight than the small, tucked away world of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania can provide for them.
by Allison Rambler - May 2, 2017
The world of theatre encompasses every issue under the sun; from war to small town drama, from orphans to puppets, theatre has seen it all. Using this logic, it makes sense that many plays and musicals often deal with the challenging topic of illness and death. Musicals such as NEXT TO NORMAL and HEATHERS take very different approaches to the subject of our own mortality, and there are a myriad of plays that attempt to tackle the issue. Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg has chosen one such play, a drama entitled THE SHADOW BOX, and through this show continues to prove that they deserve a bigger spotlight than the small, tucked away world of Mechanicsburg, Pennsylvania can provide for them.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2006
Edmund Gaynes and West End Artists Company will present the off-Broadway premiere of Anulla by Emily Mann. Performances begin May 4 and continue through June 11. Opening Night is set for May 14 at 7pm, at The Theatre at St. Luke's (308 West 46th Street). Pamela Hall directs Eileen De Felitta as Anulla and Neva Small as The Voice of Emily, the Interviewer.
by Ben Peltz - Mar 12, 2011
Though the sexual revolution was revving into full force in 1965, you'd never know it by America's popular entertainment.  Barbara Eden may have been dressed in a belly dancer outfit while starring in the new hit series, I Dream of Jeannie, but the network censors made sure her belly remained covered.  The next year Marlo Thomas' That Girl would begin a five-year TV relationship with her boyfriend Donald, but at the end of each romantic date they'd end the evening alone in their own separate apartments.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2017
Fiddler On The Roof's Neva Small will be joining Feinstein's/54 Below's concert presentation of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' A BROADWAY MUSICAL on Sunday July 16th, at 7pm and 9:30pm.
by Walter McBride - Jun 23, 2009
The man who spent 30 years welcoming television viewers with the iconic greeting, 'H-e-e-e-e-e-ere's Johnny!' famous has died. Ed McMahon was 86. McMahon passed away shortly after midnight at the Ronald Reagan UCLA Medical Center. His wife Pam and other family members were by his side.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2009
The man who spent 30 years welcoming television viewers with the iconic greeting, 'H-e-e-e-e-e-ere's Johnny!' famous has died. Ed McMahon was 86.
by TV News Desk - Jan 8, 2013
Ned Wertimer, a versatile and prolific character actor who was perhaps best known as Ralph the Doorman for 11 seasons on TV's The Jeffersons, has died, it was announced today by his long time manager Brad Lemack. Wertimer passed away on January 2nd at the Sherman Village Health Care Center, outside of Los Angeles, from complications following a fall in his Burbank home in late November. He was 89.
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by Walter McBride - Jan 19, 2013
Today, we're featuring Bert Convy circa 1981. Convy first appeared on Broadway in Billy Barnes Revue in 1959, followed by Vintage '60, Nowhere to Go But Up, The Beast in Me, Love and Kisses, Fiddler on the Roof, The Impossible Years, Cabaret, The Front Page and Nine. His off-Broadway credits include The Fantasticks, Morning Sun and Shoot Anything With Hair That Moves. He was also the conceiver and director for off-Broadway's Do It Again! in 1971.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 28, 2005
Michael Vale, who played Fred the Baker in the popular Dunkin' Donuts commericals and who originated the role of Xanthias in The Frogs, has passed away at the age of 83
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2007
Acclaimed singer and actress Neva Small will bring her one-woman show 'Neva Small: Not Quite an Ingenue' to the Actors Temple Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 15, 2011
According to the NY TImes, Broadway playwright Arhur Marx has died at the age of 89. He is survived by his wife, two sons, a stepdaughter, two sisters, four grandchildren, and two step-grandchildren.