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The Love Song - 1925 - Broadway

Based on the music and life and Jacques Offenbach.

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Century Theatre

(New York, NY)
235 W. 46th St., Basement
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by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 6, 2019
Critically acclaimed group The New Pornographers debut new video for “Falling Down The Stairs Of Your Smile” today. Watch it below! Of the video, director Mitchell deQuilettes
by Julie Musbach - Sep 5, 2018
59E59 Theaters is thrilled to present the NYC premiere of KURT VONNEGUT'S MOTHER NIGHT, adapted and directed by Brian Katz. Produced by The Custom Made Theatre Company with Executive Producers William & Ruth Isenberg and Leah Abrams, and Producer Jay Yamada, KURT VONNEGUT'S MOTHER NIGHT begins performances on Friday, October 5 for a limited engagement through Sunday, November 3.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2020
This fall the French Institute Alliance Française, New York's premier French-language center, will continue to present a line-up of thought-provoking cross-cultural virtual events, featuring an array of world-renowned artists, writers, thinkers, and presenters from across film, live music, theater, performance, animated storytelling, and more.
by Abigail Charpentier - Sep 19, 2019
John Calvin Abney is set to return with his self-produced LP Safe Passage on Tulsa's Black Mesa Records next Friday, September 27. Originally announced via Wide Open Country with a premiere of lead single 'Turn Again,' Safe Passage follows 2018's Coyote, which Rolling Stone Country called “dreamy folk with a good balance of sadness and sunshine.” For the new record, Abney tapped an impressive set of musicians for his studio band: fellow Tulsa Americana artist John Moreland, Shonna Tucker (John Paul White, Drive-by Truckers), Will Johnson (Centro-matic, Monsters of Folk), violinist/vocalist Megan Palmer, David Leach (John Fullbright, Jason Eady), and drummer Bryan McGrath. Together they bring to life songs that tend to look for light in the face of tragedy, worry, or self-imposed struggle. Songs such as album opener, 'I Just Want To Feel Good,' which premiered at The Bluegrass Situation this week. Abney offered, 'This song was written in a short 20-minute nova of inspiration. I had a nagging cold while up at altitude, staying in a cabin by myself in Colorado, and dodging my troubles through travel and wine. I grew tired of being a people pleaser in order to dodge conflict (the real superficial kind) and was chasing the shadow of happiness in the wake of the real thing.'
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 4, 2019
A bonfire on a beach. A couple of days with the one you love. Simply doing...nothing. The little joys in life. Americana singer-songwriter Monica Rizzio's new album, Sunshine Is Free, is all about the simple things that make it all worth it. The album is out today.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 23, 2018
Ten independent filmmakers working at the vanguard of inventive artistic practice in story, craft and form will receive distinctive opportunities from Sundance Institute's Art of Nonfiction Fellowship and Fund. 
by Tori Hartshorn - Oct 23, 2018
Ten independent filmmakers working at the vanguard of inventive artistic practice in story, craft and form will receive distinctive opportunities from Sundance Institute's Art of Nonfiction Fellowship and Fund. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 21, 2018
THML Theatre Company continues its fall reading series with a presentation of A Play Titled After the Collective Noun for Female-Identifying 20-Somethings Living in NYC in the 2010s by Haleh Roshan. The reading, directed by Lauren Z. Adleman, will take place on Monday, November 22nd at 7:30pm at The Center at West Park.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 14, 2020
Once called 'The Maria Callas of American Musical Theater' Melissa Errico has joined forces with New Yorker essayist Adam Gopnik in a French-themed concert series that debuts October 14th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 13, 2020
Kurdish opera singer, Pervin Chakar is breaking boundaries and bridging divides by singing in her native tongue, Kurdish. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2019
Playhouse on Park's eleventh season continues with Barbara Lebow's A SHAYNA MAIDEL, running October 30 a?" November 17. A SHAYNA MAIDEL is a powerful and poignant drama of survival and strength about two sisters trying to reconnect after years of separation brought on by the Holocaust. Although born in Poland, Rose, now in her twenties came to the United States with her father, Mordechai, at the age of four and is now completely 'Americanized.' A burden of guilt and deeply mixed feelings engulf the aging Mordechai as he awaits the arrival of his elder daughter, Lusia, who has, at last, found her way to America. A SHAYNA MAIDEL explores family, faith, and forgiveness in the pursuit of a better future.
by Nicole Ackman - Nov 6, 2019
Audiences might be familiar with the 1993 film, a?oeA Bronx Tale,a?? which was directed by and starred Robert De Niro. It's the tale of a young man growing up in the Bronx in the 1960s who is torn between his father and the Mafia boss who takes him under his wing. The film also featured its writer, Chazz Palminteri, and was based on his one-man play of the same name. The musical A BRONX TALE was adapted by Palminteri from that play over the course of a decade and opened on Broadway in 2016. It is this production that is at DPAC this week, as a stop on its second national tour.
by Jesse Griffith - Nov 30, 2018
I was only vaguely aware of the plot of this sequel to the Phantom of the Opera and was a bit surprised to find no synopsis in the program. However, no synopsis was needed to follow the plot and I prefer not to know too much (or to reveal spoilers). All I knew was that some time has passed since the last story (10 years), Christine and Raoul venture to America to further her career and that the Phantom has something to do with how it all transpired.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2017
Pontine Theatre opens its 40th Season with a solo staging of T. S. Eliot's FOUR QUARTETS performed by John Farrell. Mr. Farrell is the founding co-director of Portland Maine's celebrated Figures of Speech Theater. Performances are: Today 3 November at 7pm; Saturday 4 November at 4pm; and Sunday 5 November at 2pm. Tickets are $24 and may be purchased online at www.pontine.org. Tickets may also be purchased at the door a half-hour prior to each performance, based on availability. The performance takes place at the Newington Old Town Hall, located at 336 Nimble Hill Road, Newington NH.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2017
Two cutting-edge one-acts, two playwrights, two directors, five actors, one fridge. Straight from a sold-out run in NYC, 'The Fridge Plays' - Daniel Talbott's 'Nick and Zoe', directed by Shira-Lee Shalit and Steve McMahon's 'sad indie love song', directed by Benjamin Viertel - hit Catskill's intimate Bridge Street Theatre stage like a punch to the gut for two performances on Friday and Saturday, December 1st and 2nd, at 7:30pm.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 20, 2017
In a unique partnership with Dallas-based dance theatre company the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group, the Dallas Public Library will present the local premiere of Things Missing/Missed, a devised, movement theatre work by playwrights Philip Hays, Melissa Flower, and Justin Locklear. Directed by Locklear, the ensemble cast, including Danielle Georgiou and Gloria Benavides, will use physical theatre techniques, puppetry, and contemporary dance to bring to life the story of a young couple on the brink of disaster and a hermit, who may or may not, be stealing their property.
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 2, 2017
Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of attending a tribute event for Marjorie Guthrie, the Huntington Disease Society of America (HDSA) founder. Marjorie's inspiration to help others stemmed from the fact that her husband, music icon Woody Guthrie, suffered from the disease until his death in 1967. 2017 marks 50 years of the Guthrie family legacy.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 5, 2021
“Cutthroat” was released March 12 via KIDinaKORNER/Interscope. A propulsive, punk-leaning anthem about killing the critic inside of you, vocalist Dan Reynolds has called the song “an exorcism of self-pity.” The band recorded the song with producer Rick Rubin at his Shangri-La studio in Malibu. 
by Ellin Sears - May 20, 2018
A self-deprecating comic with a distinctive voice, Matt Storer has been making waves on the Perth comedy scene for a few years now. I was lucky enough to see him perform at TOD Talks (a send up of the famous TED Talks) during this most recent Fringeworld, where comedians delivered improvised speeches about a topic chosen at random by the audience. Storer performed admirably then, but my experience at Wuss indicates that he's also excellent with pre-prepared material as well.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 17, 2019
ANTI- Records and Los Angeles-based musician Ryan Pollie are pleased to announce the release of the seasoned songwriter's brand new, self-titled studio album. Out today, Ryan Pollie is inspired by the warm, inviting sounds of '70s singer-songwriters like Jackson Browne, Carole King, and Graham Nash, and has been praised by the likes of NPR Music, Pitchfork, New York Magazine, Stereogum, UPROXX and more. Purchase and stream Ryan Pollie in its entirety on all digital platforms HERE. 
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2021
OperaWire presents premiere of American composer Georgia Shreve's The Art of Being Oscar, an original work about Irish poet and playwright Oscar Wilde. Recorded this season, the just over one and half hour video features performances by a distinguished cast from the operatic and Broadway stages.  
by Cristina Pla-Guzman - Mar 9, 2019
Jeremy Jordan in concert was like meeting up with an old friend for coffee. An incredibly talented, handsome and funny friend… His ease and comfort in the delivery of small conversations with his equally talented and witty music director, Benjamin Rauhala, was refreshing. It felt honest and intimate. Tony Award nominee Jeremy Jordan (Newsies, Bonnie and Clyde, The Last Five Years) performed at the Aventura Arts and Cultural Center on March 6 as a part of their Broadway Concert Series.
by Marina Kennedy - Mar 6, 2020
59E59 Theaters is now presenting 'Mr. Toole,' a production that will appeal to literature and drama lovers alike. The Off-Broadway premiere of this play is superbly written by Vivian Neuwirth, finely directed by Cat Parker, and features an outstanding cast.
by TV News Desk - Jun 18, 2021
Last week NEEDTOBREATHE delivered the television debut performance of Into The Mystery’s current single ‘I Wanna Remember’ alongside seven-time GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood at the 2021 CMT Music Awards.
by TV News Desk - Jun 17, 2021
Last week NEEDTOBREATHE delivered the television debut performance of Into The Mystery’s current single “I Wanna Remember” alongside seven-time GRAMMY® Award winner Carrie Underwood at the 2021 “CMT Music Awards”.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2019
Timothy Greenfield-Sanders, the director of TONI MORRISON: THE PIECES I AM and Sam Green, the co-director of A THOUSAND THOUGHTS are Tom Needham's exclusive guests this Thursday at 6 pm on WUSB's THE SOUNDS OF FILM.
by Jude Cartalaba - Jun 1, 2019
THE KUNDIMAN PARTY deserves this rerun, especially now we're on post-midterm elections. The play with music, a cultural-political drama, written by Floy Quintos and directed by Dexter Santos, has never been more relevant.
by TV News Desk - Jul 21, 2021
On Venus, Upper Wilds traverses the havoc, mystery, and joy of humanity's countless follies in both space and love in ten lean cosmic tracks. Friel interlocks allegories, strange true stories and deeply personal sentiments into raucous jolts. 
by Tori Hartshorn - Jul 10, 2019
Today the Brighton, UK-based quartet Penelope Isles, led by brother and sister Jack and Lily Wolter, have released 'Cut Your Hair' from their forthcoming debut album Until the Tide Creeps In, due out this Friday, July 12th on Bella Union. Flood premiered the song, saying: '...the five-minute slow-burner is its own unique brand of noisy pop, lurching along before opening up into a heavy, guitar-driven downpour.'
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 8, 2019
As her highly anticipated North American tour approaches, Nina Nesbitt kicks off 2019 with the official video to her latest single 'Colder.' Directed by Debbie Scanlan, the video was shot in Bing Crosby's former home in Palm Springs and is out everywhere now. Watch the video for 'Colder' HERE.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 15, 2019
Kronos Quartet brings its touring program Music for Change: The Banned Countries to New York, presented by Carnegie Hall at Zankel Hall on Friday, February 8 (9 pm), and Washington, DC, presented by Washington Performing Arts at Sixth & I on Saturday, March 2 (8 pm).
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 10, 2018
Dierks Bentley Announces New Album
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 5, 2021
Los Angeles’ soulful pop/indie duo The Deep West have released their debut EP California Flowers today, February 5. Composed of brothers Adam and Joey Chavez, The Deep West capture moments that speak to the times we live in.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 20, 2020
Atlantic Records/So Amazing Entertainment recording artist IV Jay has unveiled an infectious new single. “Love Song” is available now at all DSPs and streaming services; the track is joined by an equally powerful companion video that premiered today exclusively with PAPER, streaming now via YouTube. Directed by Nathan R. Smith (Dram, Joey Bada$$, 2 Chainz), the “Love Song” video offers support to The Ally Coalition, which works with musicians to empower LGBTQ Youth- for more information, please visit https://theallycoalition.org/.
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 12, 2020
After announcing their first North American tour dates last month, CocoRosie (Sierra and Bianca Casady) are sharing a fourth new track “Restless” along with a music video (directors CocoRosie, editor Amy von Harrington) which is filled with rollerblading fun.
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 11, 2020
Ms. Cynthia Scott, the award-winning jazz, blues, R&B and gospel vocalist, whose voice lit up the stage with the iconic hitmaker Ray Charles, has a new single out especially for Valentines' Day called “SWEET VALENTINE”.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2019
As her highly anticipated North American tour approaches, Nina Nesbitt kicks off 2019 with the official video to her latest single 'Colder.' Directed by Debbie Scanlan, the video was shot in Bing Crosby's former home in Palm Springs and is out everywhere now. Watch the video for 'Colder' HERE.
by Julie Musbach - Dec 29, 2017
Burning Coal Theatre Company will present Larry Kramer's modern American classic The Normal Heart directed by Emily Ranii. The play will run January 18 February 4, 2018 (January 18 20, 25 27, February 1 - 3, 2018 at 7:30 pm and January 21, 28 and February 4, 2018 at 2 pm at Burning Coal's Murphey School Auditorium, 224 Polk Street, Raleigh, NC 27604.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 15, 2017
In a unique partnership with Dallas-based dance theatre company the Danielle Georgiou Dance Group, the Dallas Public Library will present the local premiere of Things Missing/Missed, a devised, movement theatre work by playwrights Philip Hays, Melissa Flower, and Justin Locklear. Directed by Locklear, the ensemble cast, including Danielle Georgiou and Gloria Benavides, will use physical theatre techniques, puppetry, and contemporary dance to bring to life the story of a young couple on the brink of disaster and a hermit, who may or may not, be stealing their property.
by Ruth Deller - Dec 12, 2019
The latest Sheffield Theatres panto hits all the traditional panto beats.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2017
Two cutting-edge one-acts, two playwrights, two directors, five actors, one fridge. Straight from a sold-out run in NYC, 'The Fridge Plays' - Daniel Talbott's 'Nick and Zoe', directed by Shira-Lee Shalit and Steve McMahon's 'sad indie love song', directed by Benjamin Viertel - hit Catskill's intimate Bridge Street Theatre stage like a punch to the gut for two performances today and Saturday, December 1st and 2nd, at 7:30pm.
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 5, 2019
Lorna Luft... and The Beatles? That's right. Lorna Luft, famous for her Broadway belt and her concerts that pay tribute to The American Songbook and the musical legacy of a legendary Lady with whom she shares a special bond has a brand-new show, and it's an extremely personal one because it's all hers.
by Tori Hartshorn - Aug 31, 2018
Hailing from the forefront of the expanding music scene of Indianapolis, today rising indie alt-pop band THE WLDLFE release their first full-length album I'm Not Worried Anymore, a blissfully contemplative album that confidently walks the tightrope between modern rock influences and pop music appeal as it romantically captures collegiate coming-of-age experiences and relationships.
by Lauren Gienow - Aug 26, 2018
Last week, the Stratford Summer Music Festival teamed with Canadian (and Stratford resident) singer-songwriter, Ron Sexsmith to present SONGS FROM DEER LIFE-an in-concert production of a musical that Sexsmith has written based on his Fairy Tale, DEER LIFE. Along with a group of talented musicians from the INNERchamber ensemble, a fantastic children's choir, and performers Barbara Fulton and Mike Nadajewski, Sexsmith put on a wonderful show filled with intriguing new music. This was the first time this music was heard by the public, but it certainly won't be the last!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 22, 2019
Indie rock darling Henry Chadwick has unveiled the piano driven “Never Say No,” the second single from his upcoming new EP, The President of Make Believe, due out this fall via Swoon City. Premiering the song with GLIDE Magazine, they describe, “[Never Say No] showcases Chadwick's skill in the greatly underrated realm of piano rock alongside his savvy songwriting skills… effortlessly infectious.” “Never Say No” will be available on all digital platforms this Friday, August 23rd, 2019 here. Chadwick and his band kick off their fall tour in support of the new EP on September 27th with a hometown show at Moe's Alley in Santa Cruz, CA, before heading up and down the California coast and Pacific Northwest, wrapping up at Furstworld in Joshua Tree, CA on October 25th, 2019. All announced dates are below with tickets available at http://www.henrychadwick.net/
by Stephi Wild - Aug 21, 2019
Pony World Theatre first launched in 2009 with the original work, Emerald and the Love Song of the Dead Fishermen. Since that time, Pony World Theatre has presented twelve unique, playful, and evocative productions.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 19, 2019
Ted Sperling, Artistic Director of MasterVoices, announced details of the acclaimed ensemble's 78th season, celebrating the joy of choral singing and the power of the human voice to unite, inspire and connect since 1941. Highlights include three major musical presentations at top venues, including a New York premiere, and the World Premiere of a new work, commissioned by the Company. Throughout the season there will be collaborations with leading singers, artists, ensembles and organizations, some who are familiar with and others who are new to the Company.
by Bella Bevan - Aug 12, 2020
Fanny & Stella is the debut production at The Garden Theatre, situated in The Eagle pub's beer garden in Vauxhall. This is a brand new socially distanced open-air production, running until the end of summer.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 5, 2019
DREAMERS are happy to announce the release for their new album LAUNCH FLY LANDon April 26. Today the band reveal the new track, “Insomniac.”  Of the song the band's Nick Wold notes, “I've always been obsessed with sleep and dreams. From practicing lucid dreaming to drawing artistic inspiration from the bizarre mind trips we have each night. It's a big part of what attracted me to the name Dreamers. 'Insomniac' is about lying awake unable to sleep, unable to quiet the mind, caught in the spider web of doubts, loneliness and haunting memories.”
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 17, 2019
DREAMERS will release of LAUNCH FLY LAND on April 26. LISTEN here, downloads are available upon request. To date the band have shared the single 'Die Happy' and album track 'Insomniac.'