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by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2010
The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, presents La Ronde, written by Arthur Schnitzler and translated by Frank and Jacqueline Marcus, at Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse Oct. 8 - 24 with a preview performance open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 7; it is directed by Robin Walsh.
by Movies News Desk - Sep 18, 2013
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the full schedule and complete lineup for the upcoming film series, Jean-Luc Godard - The Spirit of the Forms.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2018
Golden Globe winner Michelle Williams (Manchester by the Sea, My Week with Marilyn, Blue Valentine) and Emmy nominee Rupert Friend (Pride and Prejudice, 'Homeland,' The Young Victoria) are the latest film & stage stars to perform on the Playing on Air podcast. Released this weekend, John Patrick Shanley's LAST NIGHT IN THE GARDEN I SAW YOU features Williams and Friend in an explosive audio play, directed by Shanley.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2010
The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, presents La Ronde, written by Arthur Schnitzler and translated by Frank and Jacqueline Marcus, at Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse Oct. 8 - 24 with a preview performance open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 7; it is directed by Robin Walsh.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2010
The REP, Point Park University's professional theatre company, presents La Ronde, written by Arthur Schnitzler and translated by Frank and Jacqueline Marcus, at Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse Oct. 8 - 24 with a preview performance open to the public on Thursday, Oct. 7; it is directed by Robin Walsh.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2012
Michael Riedel reports in today's The New York Post that producer Anne Hamburger, founder of Off-Broadway's En Garde Arts, has acquired the rights and hired Alfred Uhry to turn John Berendt's 1994 best selling book MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL into a Broadway musical. Said to be nearly done with the first draft, the show will feature musical numbers from the catalog of Johnny Mercer.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2014
According to Deadline, Rob Ashford recently helmed a reading for Alfred Uhry's musical version of John Berendt's 1994 best selling book MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL. Producers Craig Haffner and and Anne Hamburger revealed intentions to take the new musical to London next, prior to a Broadway run. The cast for the reading included: Tony Goldwyn, Leslie Uggams, Peter Cincotti, Jessica Molaskey, Michael Park and Jake Robinson. A workshop is reportedly set for September- casting has not yet been announced.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 2, 2020
Lin-Manuel Miranda's epic masterpiece Hamilton a?' the Broadway behemoth that continues to take the theater world by storm one city at a time, one stage at a time a?' has settled into its multi-week run at Nashville's Tennessee Performing Arts Center, setting records and drawing capacity crowds with its masterful storytelling, engaging and intriguing score and performances by a thoroughly compelling ensemble of actors who bring their characters to life with tremendous aplomb and thorough commitment. Without a doubt, there's been nothing else quite like Hamilton on the Andrew Jackson Hall stage (or any other stage, truth be told) and the show's unique take on American history has created new generations of theater aficionados and history buffs.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2013
Previews for FLIRTATION, the third play in Marvell Rep's 'Desire and Delusion' winter repertory project, begin tonight at TBG Theatre. The romantic drama by Arthur Schnitzler - the same source material that inspired Max Ophuls' film version, LIEBELEI, which screens at Film Forum in early March - is part of Marvell Rep's three-show repertory exploring the themes of 'desire and delusion' in fin de siecle Vienna. FLIRTATION runs in repertory with NIGHT GAMES, a world premiere based on a Schnitzler novella, and SECRETS, a play about the relationship between Jung and Freud, who called Schnitzler his 'psychic twin,' through March 17. The official opening is Monday, February 25, at 8 p.m. Lenny Leibowitz, Marvell Rep's artistic director, directed the production using the translation by Carl R. Mueller.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2013
The Drama Desk nominated MARVELL REP will present its Winter 2013 Repertory Project, Desire & Delusion: 3 plays in repertory, from February 8 - March 17, at TBG Theatre, 312 West 36th Street. The project will feature the company's first World Premiere, NIGHT GAMES, a new play written & directed by MARVELL REP Artistic Director, Lenny Leibowitz (February 8-March 6), adapted from the novella Spiel im Morgengrauen, by Arthur Schnitzler. NIGHT GAMES will be followed (in repertory) by SECRETS, The Untold Story of Sigmund Freud & Carl Jung, an original play written & directed by Ken Wydro (February 11-March 10) & FLIRTATION written by Arthur Schnitzler& also directed by Lenny Leibowitz (February 19 - March 17, 2013).
by BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2013
The second play in MALIBU PLAYHOUSE'S 2013-2014 season will be the West Coast Premiere of Belfry by Billy Roche, opening Friday, January 31, 2014. The play will be directed by Veronica Brady and stars Michael Hyland, Rebekah Tripp and 2010 American Idol contestant Carson Higgins. Tickets are $30, and may be purchased through the box office, online at www.malibuplayhouse.org/belfry, or by calling 323-960-7711. There will be previews on January 29th and 30th for $20. Shows are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 PM and Sundays at 3 PM. Malibu Playhouse is located at 29243 Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, CA 90265 (near Zuma Beach, between Kanan-Dume Road and Morning View Drive, near Heathercliff Road).
by - Dec 14, 2012
Fascinated by the world of Anna Karenina? In this new video feature the cast and creative team talked about how they embraced and recreated the world. The time is 1874. Vibrant and beautiful, Anna Karenina (Ms. Knightley) has what any of her contemporaries would aspire to; she is the wife of Karenin (Jude Law), a high-ranking government official to whom she has borne a son, and her social standing in St. Petersburg could scarcely be higher.
by Movies News Desk - Dec 13, 2012
In theaters now - take a look at the set design, insire the extraordinary world of Anna Karenina including interviews, behind the scenes footage and more.
by - Dec 13, 2012
Check out a special feature all about the costumes of the new film Anna Karenina featuring costume sketches, interviews and more!
by Charles Shubow - Dec 11, 2013
It's fascinating, it's sometimes funny, it's eclectic, it's experimental theater, and it stars Mikhail Baryshnikov.
by James Howard - Aug 6, 2007
WHO: Baltimore Playwrights Festival WHAT: Sonja Kinzer's Almost Vermilion WHEN: Through August 19. Thurs - Sat at 8PM, Sun at 7PM. WHERE: Theatrical Mining Company at The College of Notre Dame, LeClerc Hall HOW MUCH: $12 General/ $10 Students & Seniors. Thursdays are Pay-As-You-Can INFORMATION: tmc.originalplays.com or 410-347-0832
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2014
As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Rob Ashford helmed a June reading for Alfred Uhry's musical version of John Berendt's 1994 best selling book MIDNIGHT IN THE GARDEN OF GOOD AND EVIL. Producers Craig Haffner and and Anne Hamburger revealed intentions to take the new musical to London next, prior to a Broadway run. Now according to an Equity casting notice, the same team will helm a New York City workshop for the show on September 15-19.
by Movies News Desk - Aug 22, 2012
Focus Features presents a 2012 Fall Preview of their highly anticipated films FOR A GOOD TIME, CALL and ANNA KARENINA. Check out the preview below!
by Jay Irwin - Apr 13, 2012
It's hard to tell from the outset if David Hare's play, "The Blue Room", adapted from Arthur Schnitzler's "La Ronde", dislikes women more or men as the men all seem to be pricks and women all seem to be playthings for the men. But after reflection overnight on this string of distasteful sexual encounters I think I settled on it. The play (and possibly Hare himself) dislikes the audience as he gives us nothing and no one to empathize with and no real journey to follow.