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The Only Girl - 1934 - Broadway

Based on the play Our Wives by Frank Mandel

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44th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
216 W. 44th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2019
HOMESICK is the story of three generations of women colliding in a single household. Sam's returned from New York, her mother Rachel is trying to keep her head above water, and her grandmother Eadie is slowly losing her marbles. Featuring a creative team that boasts some of Sydney's best and brightest emerging talent, HOMESICK by Sally Alrich-Smythe will have its premiere at the Old 505 Theatre on 8 October 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 20, 2016
BGC looks to social media divas for its newest crop of Bad Girls as these insta-famous ladies move into the mansion on BAD GIRLS CLUB: SOCIAL DISRUPTION premiering Today, September 20 at 8PM ET/PT on Oxygen.
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 8, 2013
Unsure of how he got a map on his shirt's pocket signals the beginning of a journey for Jim. The search for a place on the map leads is the key to unlocking author Marcy Bonano's 'Mysteries of the Old Mansion.'
by John Walker Ross - Oct 31, 2013
'Some force within myself would not be denied expression.' Vivien Leigh
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 16, 2014
NEW YORK
by Robert Diamond - Oct 13, 2013
Young pop superstar Justin Bieber is living up to his promise of releasing a new track each week, and 'All That Matters', has just popped up online.
by Ricky Pope - Oct 11, 2021
Rian Keating is a masterful storyteller. His stories are filled with humanity. And even though his tales are very personal and specific, they remind us all that at the heart of things, we are all struggling with the same emotions and challenges. We are all looking for our place in the world while dealing with challenges and joys and heartbreaks. This is the focus of his new show TIME STAMPS: FRAGMENTS OF A LIFE IN STORY AND SONG which opened last night at Don’t Tell Mama. You may remember Rian Keating from the early days of NY cable access when he interviewed some of the biggest theatre celebrities on his show SPOTLIGHT.  Or you may have seen one of his many shows at Don’t Tell Mama where he shared his stories and songs. Rian has spent many years in education, as a teacher and on the board of education. This show, like all of his theatrical endeavors, was a fundraiser for the GOLDEN DOOR SCHOLARSHIP, an endowment dedicated to undocumented students who do not otherwise have funds available for higher education. Keating is a special person, indeed.
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 1, 2014
LOCKPORT, N.Y.
by Tyler Peterson - Nov 18, 2015
Light Opera of New York (LOONY) kicks off their tenth season with Pages from the American Songbook, a one night only event at The Players Theatre this Thursday 11/19 at 7:30pm.
by Naomi Serviss - Nov 12, 2014
Von Haselberg plays the sassy secretary who makes the collaboration of Billy Wilder and Raymond Chandler work.
by Stephi Wild - May 4, 2021
Mikron Theatre are aiming to score with their next theatrical offering for their 49th year of touring. They will be premiering Amanda Whittington's new play Atalanta Forever which looks at the story of the pioneering women in football in 1920.
by Student Blogger: Lea Passione - May 30, 2018
BroadwayWorld. Lea here recapping what happened thus far.
by Jude Cartalaba - May 30, 2018
Resorts World Manila, Full House Theater Company, and Ultimate Shows Inc. may have stumbled on a potential hit via an original Filipino stage musical 'Ang Huling El Bimbo,' which features the music of the Eraserheads.
by Christina Mancuso - May 19, 2015
Washington, D.C.
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2018
When asked by her little sister for some career advice, Faye realised she'd spent the last half of her 20s trying to make trombone comedy work. Upon further reflection, Faye wondered what was it about her past that has today made her want to take an instrument more synonymous in jazz cafes than a ramshackle room in Edinburgh for a month? Was it to rebel against her punk rock father, just to be heard in house shared with multiple siblings because her mother wanted to outdo Madonna?
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2016
59E59 Theaters will host the US premiere of TOAST, written by Richard Bean and directed by Eleanor Rhode. Produced by Snapdragon Productions, in association with Jagged Fence Theatre for the 2016 Brits Off Broadway festival, TOAST begins performances on Wednesday, April 20 for a limited engagement through Sunday, May 22.  Press opening is Wednesday, April 27 at 7 PM. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 6, 2017
Print Room at the Coronet has today announced further details for Out of Blixen and Babette's Feast, two productions that will run consecutively, putting a spotlight on the fascinating life and writing of Karen Blixen.
by TV News Desk - Mar 5, 2014
Beauty, meet your Makers as Oxygen Media reveals the 12 modeltestants from around the world who will be mentored by the biggest names in fashion and battle it out for the ultimate goal in modeling, to earn a contract with a national brand, on 'The Face' season two, premiering tonight, March 5 at 10 PM ET/PT.
by Jade Kops - Mar 27, 2021
At a time when women’s voices are still struggling to be heard, New York based Australian composer and lyricist Carmel Dean’s WELL-BEHAVED WOMEN is a wonderful battle cry of ballads about famous females from history to inspire modern generations to continue to break down the barriers. 
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 2, 2015
The true story of how Mrs. Thatcher, the most divisive Prime Minister of modern times, was brought down by her one time friend and political soul mate.
by Michael Dale - Mar 12, 2020
As someone who has indulged in all the creations concocted by the genius director/choreographer Austin McCormick for his spectacular mix of performing artists, Company XIV, since the early years of this century when they displayed their talents in modestly-scaled productions on East 4th Street, this reviewer will say without hesitation that SEVEN SINS, a lavish feast of biblical misbehaviors, is their most gloriously achieved blending of athleticism, artistry and eroticism.
by Marietta Lunceford - Jun 8, 2016
PALS, an original work written by nine students from Spain Park High School and drama teacher Eric Reid St. John, is based on letters from and some of the events of World War I. When the British joined the war, Lord Kitchener, the Secretary of War decided to make brigades out of groups of young men from the same communities, same churches, schools and factories. These PALS brigades would train and fight together. The town of Leeds, England was one of those communities who sent most of their young men into battle together and it is from their stories that SPHS created this piece of art.
by TV News Desk - Jun 12, 2015
Monica Lewis, a former Benny Goodman vocalist who headlined the very first broadcast of the 'Ed Sullivan Show,' was THE VOICE of the popular Chiquita BANANA cartoons, clowned opposite Jerry Lewis, Red Skelton and Danny Kaye, turned down a marriage proposal from Ronald Reagan and went on to play co-starring roles in such films as 'Earthquake,' 'Airport 1975' and 'The Concorde--Airport '79,' died on June 12 of natural causes at her apartment in Woodland Hills, CA. She was 93.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 23, 2019
Rave Theatre Festival, at Teatro SEA, presents Oceanborn. Oceanborn was created New through the collaboration of two teenage women, a composer and playwright, writing of the mythic female heroes of ages past. The youngest duo on the New York Theatre scene, Cameron & Smith's work is the voice of a new generation.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 22, 2019
The Chicago premiere of DC Fidler's play BOOGIEBAN, begins Thursday August 8th at 8:00 pm, prior to its opening on Friday, August 9th at 8 p.m., with stars, DAVID PEACOCK and TRAVIS TEFFNER at Chicago Dramatists (1105 W. Chicago Avenue), Chicago.
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 19, 2016
BGC looks to social media divas for its newest crop of Bad Girls as these insta-famous ladies move into the mansion on BAD GIRLS CLUB: SOCIAL DISRUPTION premiering Tuesday, September 20 at 8PM ET/PT on Oxygen.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Jul 12, 2018
When you talk about a musical and its ensemble on the 35-minute drive home, it's one of two things - good or bad. In the case of mad Theatre's It Shoulda Been You, expertly directed by Tony P. Gilkinson, good doesn't do justice to the talent that graced the stage and in the audience on Wednesday night. If final dress rehearsal is any indication of how fun a performance you'll see, complimented by a live band under the musical direction of Tim Flores, I guarantee that you are in for a treat.
by Don Grigware - Jan 9, 2017
Think the zaniness of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest and Brandon Thomas' Charlie's Aunt and then those crazy American stage musical parodies like Little Mary Sunshine and The Boy Friend, and you've nailed the nonstop comical antics of  I'm Just Wild About Harry adapted by Gary Lamb and William A. Reilly at Crown City Theatre in NoHo. With slick direction and choreography from Lisaun Whittingham and a superior cast, this musical is perfect holiday entertainment.
by Caryn Robbins - Jan 8, 2014
Beauty, meet your makers as Oxygen Media reveals the 12 modeltestants from around the world who will be mentored by the biggest names in fashion and battle it out for the ultimate goal in modeling
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 7, 2016
Snapdragon Productions today announces the full cast for the UK tour of their acclaimed revival of Toast by Richard Bean.  Accompanying Matthew Kelly and Simon Greenall are Will Barton, Steve Nicolson, Matt Sutton and John Wark, all reprising their roles from the 2014 Park Theatre run. Kieran Knowles is the sole new cast member who joins the company in the role of Dezzie.
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 21, 2016
Lauren Brown and Chloe Courtney today announce the full cast for Russell Bolam's production of Cyrano de Bergerac. Kathryn Hunter plays the title role of Cyrano and is joined by Sabrina Bartlett as Roxane, Ellie Kendrick as Christian and by Holly Burn, Tina Chiang, Penelope Dimond, Tamzin Griffin and Kiran Sonia Sawar. The production opens on 22 February at Southwark Playhouse, with previews from 18 February, and runs until 19 March.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 16, 2019
New York-born, Nashville-based electro-pop songstress, Eulene, has released her debut single, 'Momma' via GoGoLove Records on 16 November 2018. 'Momma' has been taken from her highly anticipated upcoming self-titled EP which was mixed by Grammy-nominated Erik Madrid (ZAYN, Demi Lovato, Kehlani, Kiiara, 30 Seconds to Mars, Charli XCX, Tinashe, Kygo). 'Momma' was composed and produced by Eulene alongside prolific songwriter Angelo Petraglia who has worked extensively with global rock phenomenon Kings of Leon for which he wrote and produced many of their albums. Petraglia played an integral role in the formation of Kings of Leon's early sound, catapulting them into worldwide charts. He has since won a Grammy Award for Record of the Year, while also receiving a nomination as one of the songwriters for Trisha Yearwood's 'Believe Me Baby (I Lied)'.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 14, 2020
Mikron Theatre are aiming to score with their next theatrical offering for their 49th year of touring. They will be premiering Amanda Whittington's new play Atalanta Forever which looks at the story of the pioneering women in football in 1920.
by Laura Fuller - Feb 13, 2020
Ricardo Afoinso talks to BroadwayWorld UK about his next outing as Zorro/Diego in Zorro: The Musical in concert at Cadogan Hall on 23 February
by Caryn Robbins - Feb 12, 2016
Sony Pictures Animation today announced the addition of three new cast for the lineup of talent in the next Smurf adventure SMURF'S: THE LOST VILLAGE, hitting theaters March 31, 2017.
by Christina Mancuso - Feb 10, 2014
The joys and perils of young love take center stage in 'Casanova: A College Tale' (published by AuthorHouse), the new book by Simon Karanja.
by TV Scoop - Dec 16, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of KIDS SAY THE DARNDEST THINGS, airing on ABC on Sunday, January 5, 2020!
by Stephi Wild - Dec 10, 2018
Today, Live Nation Concerts and Cuffe & Taylor are proud to announce Music From Downton Abbey: a concert in the stunning grounds of Highclere Castle performed by The Chamber Orchestra of London with the television show's composer, John Lunn on piano. The concert will take place on 22 June 2019 and will be hosted by actor Jim Carter in character, as the beloved Mr. Carson. Tickets go on general sale on Friday 14 December 2018 at 9am at DowntonAbbeyTheConcert.com
by Nancy Grossman - Aug 9, 2016
Reagle Music Theatre of Greater Boston brings back the original sets, costumes, and choreography for its fourth production of the 1992 Tony Award-winner for Best Musical. CRAZY FOR YOU could be subtitled "Gershwin's Greatest Hits," with eighteen musical treats splendidly played by a 15-piece orchestra conducted by Music Director Dan Rodriguez. Broadway veterans and Reagle audience favorites Kirby Ward (Director) and Beverly Ward star and give a song-and-dance master class that will have you tapping your feet right along with them. CRAZY FOR YOU is a classic 1930s musical comedy, full of energy and optimism. It's just what the psychiatrist ordered!
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Aug 3, 2015
Broadway World speaks to the writer and performer of Whiskey Tango Foxtrot Rebecca Crookshank ahead of her debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 26, 2016
Multi-talented Kansas City based singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, and producer Heidi Lynne Gluck has released her debut full length Pony Show today via Lotuspool Records.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 19, 2019
Following a triumphant run in Chicago, The New York premiere of DC Fidler's play BOOGIEBAN, begins Thursday, September 5th at 8 p.m., with stars, DAVID PEACOCK and TRAVIS TEFFNER at Thirteenth Street Repertory Theater (50 W. Thirteenth Street), New York.
by Jeffrey Kare - Aug 17, 2015
Just as another Gershwin-based musical An American in Paris is currently playing big on Broadway, the triangle area was recently treated to a performance of the 1992 Tony-Winning Best Musical Crazy for You presented by the North Carolina Theatre Conservatory Master Summer Theatre Arts School.
by Tyler Peterson - Aug 17, 2015
Full casting is announced for the first major London revival of The Cocktail Party in over 25 years, which will be staged in the main auditorium at the iconic Coronet, and marks a transitional moment in the building's redevelopment as the larger space becomes home to the Print Room's eclectic programme. Directed by rising star Abbey Wright, this new Print Room production of TS Eliot's masterpiece plays from 14 September to 10 October, with a cast that includes Helen Bradbury, Richard Dempsey, Hilton McRae, Chloe Pirrie, Christopher Ravenscroft, John Wark and Marcia Warren.
by Cary Ginell - Aug 10, 2016
Today we meet Katherine Bottoms, a young actress who we hope you will be able to see on stage some day before fame and fortune takes her away from us. Katherine was born in Palm Springs but has lived in Santa Barbara most of her life. Her father and three uncles were actors so it was only natural that Katherine would become one as well. She performed in musical theater at Santa Barbara High School and was attending Santa Barbara City College when she decided acting was what she was going to do with her life. While in high school, she got a manager and was driving to auditions in Los Angeles so often, she was missing class, so she put off her career until later. Now, at 23, she feels she is ready, and has been making solid appearances in a number of local productions. Her life has been a procession of one show after another ('my longest break was maybe a month'), with her latest being the ARTS production of Peter and the Starcatcher (see our review in this week's Simi Valley Acorn). In the show, she plays Molly, a wide-eyed, independent 13-year-old girl who embarks on an adventure with her father to deliver a trunk of magic star dust to a far-off island. Katherine's bubbly personality and infectious giggle make it easy to accept her as a teenager, but this is only one aspect of her versatility as an actress.
by Richard Best - Aug 10, 2016
In anticipation of her upcoming album Pony Show, Kansas City based singer-songwriter Heidi Lynne Gluck has released her second track “Pony Show” today via The Bluegrass Situation.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 1, 2018
When asked by her little sister for some career advice, Faye realised she'd spent the last half of her 20s trying to make trombone comedy work. Upon further reflection, Faye wondered what was it about her past that has today made her want to take an instrument more synonymous in jazz cafes than a ramshackle room in Edinburgh for a month? Was it to rebel against her punk rock father, just to be heard in house shared with multiple siblings because her mother wanted to outdo Madonna?
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2016
59E59 Theaters will host the US premiere of TOAST, written by Richard Bean and directed by Eleanor Rhode. Produced by Snapdragon Productions, in association with Jagged Fence Theatre for the 2016 Brits Off Broadway festival, TOAST begins performances today, April 20 for a limited engagement through Sunday, May 22.  Press opening is Today, April 27 at 7 PM. 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 20, 2016
59E59 Theaters hosts the US premiere of TOAST, written by Richard Bean and directed by Eleanor Rhode. Produced by Snapdragon Productions, in association with Jagged Fence Theatre for the 2016 Brits Off Broadway festival, TOAST begins performances today, April 20 for a limited engagement through Sunday, May 22. Press opening is Wednesday, April 27 at 7 PM.