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by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2009
Full of Noises will present Euripides' Andromache: A New Version by Jesse Alexander Myerson at the Workmen's Circle (45 East 33rd Street) in a limited run from Thursday, October 8th through Sunday, October 25th.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2015
Rose Theatre Kingston presents THE WARS OF THE ROSES, beginning tonight 16 September and running through 31 October 2015, with press performances for all three plays on 3 October.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 9, 2013
The Civilians, the award-winning New York-based theatre company, announces the members of its 2013-14 R & D Group. The group's emerging and established artists were selected from over one hundred applicants. The R & D Group is comprised of artists from multiple theatrical disciplines. Each artist or creative team will develop an original work over the season. The artists and projects were selected to represent a range of different strategies for making new work from creative inquiry and research. This diversity of approach helps feed a culture of innovation in the group, making the R & D Group an effective lab of experimentation for the field of investigative theater.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2007
After the success of their New York Musical Theatre concert engagement, Mel & El: This Show Rhymes reprising their performance at another venue, The Duplex! Performances are Wednesday, October 10 at 7PM and Wednesday, October 17 at 7PM.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2009
Full of Noises will present Euripides' Andromache: A New Version by Jesse Alexander Myerson at the Workmen's Circle (45 East 33rd Street) in a limited run from Thursday, October 8th through Sunday, October 25th.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2009
Leonard Bernstein's seldom-performed 'MASS' will be presented at Northwestern University's Cahn Auditorium for five public performances. Subtitled 'A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers,' the production of the controversial work fusing sacred and secular music will feature 200 performers.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2014
The Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will celebrate all things Celtic in Lancaster, following up on last year's first and hugely popular Celtic festival in the city. Taking place today, Nov. 22, this year's Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will be taking place at not just one, but two downtown venues: the Ware Center of Millersville University, located at 42 N. Prince Street, and Tellus360, 24 N. King Street. Featuring music, dance, food, storytelling, workshops and more, the Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will be an event where anyone attending-regardless of where he or she (or his or her parents or grandparents) were born-can say: 'Ta me Gaelach don la (I'm Gaelic for the day)!'
by TV News Desk - Nov 16, 2016
The Hollow Crown: The Wars of the Roses is a lavish three-part follow-up to the BAFTA winning The Hollow Crown, which aired in 2013 on THIRTEEN's Great Performances.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2009
Leonard Bernstein's seldom-performed 'MASS' will be presented at Northwestern University's Cahn Auditorium for five public performances. Subtitled 'A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers,' the production of the controversial work fusing sacred and secular music will feature 200 performers.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2014
The Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will celebrate all things Celtic in Lancaster, following up on last year's first and hugely popular Celtic festival in the city. Taking place Saturday, Nov. 22, this year's Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will be taking place at not just one, but two downtown venues: the Ware Center of Millersville University, located at 42 N. Prince Street, and Tellus360, 24 N. King Street. Featuring music, dance, food, storytelling, workshops and more, the Rose and Shamrock Celtic Festival will be an event where anyone attending-regardless of where he or she (or his or her parents or grandparents) were born-can say: "Ta me Gaelach don la (I'm Gaelic for the day)!"
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2015
After over two decades of non-linearity, experimental theatre artists Juliana Francis-Kelly and Tony Torn have created a naturalistic play inspired by real events.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 12, 2009
Leonard Bernstein's seldom-performed 'MASS' will be presented at Northwestern University's Cahn Auditorium for five public performances. Subtitled 'A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers,' the production of the controversial work fusing sacred and secular music will feature 200 performers.
by Pat Cerasaro - May 7, 2012
Four letters say it all: LIZA. Descended from Hollywood royalty - the only Academy Award winner with both parents recipients of the prize, as well; Judy Garland and Vincente Minnelli - Liza Minnelli made her mark on show business first with her stupendous debut in 1965's FLORA THE RED MENACE by a new songwriting team comprised of composer John Kander and lyricist Fred Ebb, and the rest is showbiz history. The fruitful musical marriage of the three over the next four decades would result in some of the finest achievements in all of entertainment, many featuring Ms. Minnelli, the peerless entertainer of a generation, as the central interpreter. FLORA THE RED MENACE to CABARET, CHICAGO, NEW YORK, NEW YORK, THE ACT, THE RINK and beyond, the partnership between Liza Minnelli and Kander & Ebb has yielded some of the most spectacular and unforgettable songs ever written or performed and 2012 is a special year indeed to celebrate their many fine achievements. In addition to the long-awaited Blu-ray premiere of the iconic Bob Fosse film musical for which Liza won a Best Actress Oscar, CABARET - premiering in the HD format later this year to mark its fortieth anniversary - this week sees the hotly anticipated CD and digital premiere of one of her finest live recordings ever captured - LIZA MINNELLI LIVE AT THE WINTER GARDEN - completely remastered, with bonus tracks. Featuring a powerhouse performance by the central star at the very height of her astonishing abilities, the diverse catalog of material is woven together seamlessly and quite wonderfully by master director Bob Fosse and conductor/musical director Marvin Hamlisch - and that's without even making mention of the tremendous original specialty songs penned by Kander & Ebb for the event, including a song sequel to "Liza With A Z". Discussing all aspects of the LIVE AT THE WINTER GARDEN album and the new digital and CD release of it, Minnelli reminisces about the electric evening with her trademark style, wit, humor, insight and passion while also sharing anecdotes about noted collaborators Bob Fosse, Fred Ebb, John Kander, Charles Aznavour, Marvin Hamlisch and many more. In addition to all about LIVE AT THE WINTER GARDEN and its multitude of charms and riches, Minnelli and I also discuss the new HD remastering of CABARET and her personal opinion of it, having just viewed the pristine new print at its gala debut, and she also shares how she feels the film has held up in the forty years since its premiere and her remembrances from the set. Additionally, Minnelli offers her candid opinions on a host of topics ranging from her ultimate show business legacy to sizing up CABARET versus THE GODFATHER to her affection for pop superstar and devoted Liza fan Lady Gaga to thoughts on Laura Nyro, Stephen Sondheim - and much, much more!
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2013
Leading Suffolk theatre company Red Rose Chain bring Fallen in Love, the story of Anne Boleyn's incestuous relationship with her brother to the site of Anne's trial, execution and final resting place, the Tower of London. This unique theatrical event runs from May 17 to June 16 and will be performed in the Banqueting Suite of the New Armouries. Written and directed by Red Rose Chain's founder and director, Joanna Carrick, this is a story of love, betrayal, jealousy and treason.
by BWW News Desk - May 16, 2017
Featuring three Houston premieres by women playwrights and a returning collection of gothic shorts, Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company's 2017-2018 season promises to bring something for everyone to its stage.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2015
Spanning two world wars, the new book 'The Red Rose of Romance and War' (published by Balboa Press AU) by author John A. Yates features a young Australian soldier learning about the world, the horrors of combat and the miracle of love.
by Barry Lenny - Mar 27, 2017
For lovers of the Disney genre, this is enjoyable and should leave people smiling.
by Gil Kaan - Mar 22, 2017
Hollywood's renown El Capitan Theatre features the exclusive pre-show complements to the newly released, live-action version of Disney's animated classic Beauty and The Beast. A curated exhibit of costumes, props and set pieces, actually used in the film, fills up two of the three theatre lobbies. Then, when you enter the auditorium, your eyes will be quite dazzled by the Swarovski crystal curtain.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2013
Elmie Yan's new book "My Australian Prince" (published by Trafford Publishing), tells a story of migration set in Western Australia's rugged Kalgoorlie-Boulder, the archipelago of the Southern Ocean, and Paris.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2015
Rose Theatre Kingston today announces its most ambitious project to date - this autumn the Rose stage will be transformed into a battlefield for The Wars of the Roses, a gripping adaptation of four of Shakespeare's history plays, directed by Trevor Nunn. The productions will play in rep from 16 September until 31 October, with press performances for all three plays on 3 October.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 3, 2015
It's official! Joining previously announced Joely Richardson, Robert Sheehan and Kare Conradi in THE WARS OF THE ROSES at Rose Theatre, Kingston are: Rufus Hound (Bedford & Bolingbroke), Jack Cade (Rivers), Oliver Cotton (Winchester, Clifford, Hastings), Laurence Spellman (Young Clifford, Richmond), Alex Waldmann (Henry VI, Tyrrell), Susan Tracy (Margery Jourdain, Duchess of York).
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2015
Rose Theatre Kingston today announces the full company for The Wars of the Roses. Trevor Nunn will direct Oscar Batterham (John Talbot/Son who killed his father), Freddy Carter (company), Kare Conradi (Dauphin/Edward IV), Oliver Cotton (Winchester/Clifford/Hastings), Jim Creighton (Burgandy/Simpcox/Stafford/Father who killed his son/Ely), Imogen Daines (Joan of Arc/Lady Bona/Lady Anne), Harry Egan (company), Alexandra Gilbreath (Eleanor, Duchess of Gloucester/Elizabeth), Alexander Hanson (Richard, Duke of York/Buckingham), Rufus Hound (Bedford/Bolingbroke/Jack Cade/Rivers), James de Lauch Hay (company), Geoff Leesley (Exeter/Mortimer/Lord Mayor/Lt of the Tower), Owen Oakeshott (Somerset/Ratcliff), Joely Richardson (Margaret), Robert Sheehan (Alencon/Richard III), James Simmons (Talbot/John Hume/Norfolk/First Murderer), Laurence Spellman (Bastard of Orleans/Young Clifford/Richmond/Second Murderer), Susan Tracy (Margery Jourdain/Duchess of York), Alex Waldmann (Henry VI/Tyrrel), Timothy Walker (Warwick/Catesby), Andrew Woodall (Gloucester/Iden/Derby) and Michael Xavier (Suffolk/George of Clarence).
by BWW News Desk - Jul 22, 2009
Inspired by Alice A. Carter's acclaimed and luminously illustrated Biography, The Red Rose Girls, producer/entrepreneur Brian Dorsey has commissioned a musical event based on the lives of four of the most fascinating, rule-breaking, determined, acclaimed, accomplished and renegade artists of the early 20th century.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2015
Eliza Gilkyson will be playing a concert in support of her new Red House Records release, The Nocturne Diaries, the first new album in three years from Grammy-nominated, Austin Music Hall of Fame member. Produced and recorded in her hometown of Austin with her son, Cisco Ryder, The Nocturne Diaries is a restless contemplative work inspired by the converging forces of her highest hopes and darkest fears. The songs range from roots rockers to a haunting version of the folk classic 'Fast Freight' written by her father, Terry Gilkyson.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2013
The Florida East Coast Chapter of The National Society of Arts and Letters will honor Palm Beach Opera's General Director Daniel Biaggi at their annual Red Rose Dinner Gala on April 4th at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club.
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Feb 25, 2016
Prime bridal season in 2016 begins in April, with the June summer and September fall weddings following afterwards, two of the most popular months to marry, which supports a $72 billion dollar bridal industry. Theatre RED offers an antidote to the sentimentality and excess of festive weddings currently advertised by contemporary bridal culture in their biting, chilling dark comedy coming this March: Bachelorette.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
From the theater's greatest endeavor, staging Shakespeare's turbulent epic, to a comedic, sci-fi musical, Orlando Shakes in partnership with UCF is offering a diverse array of classic, contemporary, and children's plays for their 2020-2021 Season.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2018
Closing out a six-year tenure in Spring Street Studios, Mildred's Umbrella (MU) is reviving a fan favorite from its days at Midtown Arts Center with DARK MATTER, a collection of gothic shorts by Don Nigro. These ten short pieces, speak to MU's unique aesthetic of dark and quirky comedy and feature a stellar cast of local talent.
by TV News Desk - Dec 8, 2016
THE HOLLOW CROWN: THE WARS OF THE ROSES is a lavish three-part follow-up to the BAFTA winning The Hollow Crown, which aired in 2013 on THIRTEEN's Great Performances.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2012
Amid a display of 6,500 roses, Chris Harrison, host of ABC-TV's 'The Bachelor,' led the unveiling of the newest variety of red rose, called The Palazzo Rose, after the Las Vegas resort. The rose 'christening' ceremony -- held in the resort's picturesque Waterfall Atrium & Gardens -- was also attended by representatives of the flower's breeders and growers, which was developed in The Netherlands.
by TV News Desk - Dec 13, 2012
Las Vegas resort is namesake of new variety of crimson red rose and will exclusively feature the rose for one year; Faith Hill received first arrangement on Opening Night at The Venetian.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 11, 2016
THE HOLLOW CROWN: THE WARS OF THE ROSES is a lavish three-part follow-up to the BAFTA winning The Hollow Crown, which aired in 2013 on THIRTEEN's Great Performances.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 1, 2015
After over two decades of non-linearity, experimental theatre artists Juliana Francis-Kelly and Tony Torn have created a naturalistic play inspired by real events.
by Barry Lenny - Aug 5, 2013
The University of Adelaide Theatre Guild is celebrating its 75th Anniversary, and so William Shakespeare seems an appropriate choice of playwright for such an auspicious occasion.
by TV News Desk - Aug 22, 2019
Red Rose is an original horror series written by the Clarkson twins - Michael and Paul - for BBC Three.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2013
The Florida East Coast Chapter of The National Society of Arts and Letters will honor Palm Beach Opera's General Director Daniel Biaggi at their annual Red Rose Dinner Gala today, April 4th at the Royal Palm Yacht and Country Club.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2013
Leading Suffolk theatre company Red Rose Chain bring Fallen in Love, the story of Anne Boleyn's incestuous relationship with her brother to the site of Anne's trial, execution and final resting place, the Tower of London. This unique theatrical event runs from May 17 to June 16 and will be performed in the Banqueting Suite of the New Armouries. Written and directed by Red Rose Chain's founder and director, Joanna Carrick, this is a story of love, betrayal, jealousy and treason.