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by A.A. Cristi - Sep 29, 2020
In 1945, an immigrant Irish Catholic priest newly arrived in Los Angeles called Bing Crosby, and asked him to help create a radio program to talk about prayer. Bing, along with many other big named stars, said yes, igniting a family and faith-based production company that still exists today. 
by Steve Callahan - Sep 16, 2019
'A Model for Matisse' opens at the .ZACK in St. Louis.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 29, 2020
Following the announcement this week that Iris Theatre, the resident theatre company of the Actors' Church in Covent Garden, is one of the twelve new beneficiaries of Sir Ian McKellen's 80th Birthday tour, Paul-Ryan Carberry, Artistic Director, today announces its winter season 2020.
by David Clarke - Oct 2, 2019
Migguel Anggelo returns to Joe's Pub with a reworked presentation of LATINXOXO on October 15th, November 6, and November 7. Through the concert experience, Anggelo moves the audience through iconic pop hits, original compositions, and the Spanish boleros of his youth, to remind them that the greatest love of all is right there in the mirror. To get the inside scoop on LATINXOXO, I chatted with Anggelo about the show.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 16, 2020
Boston Baroque is introducing Biber's The Mystery Sonatas as the next full-length concert release on Boston Baroque Live. Starting today, audiences can watch the performance, featuring GRAMMY®-nominated concertmaster Christina Day Martinson, on the Boston Baroque Live platform at baroque.boston free for 30 days.
by Tyler Peterson - Nov 21, 2014
Juilliard Dance, under the direction of Lawrence Rhodes, opens its 2014-15 season in December with New Dances: Edition 2014 featuring four world premieres by innovative choreographers: Juilliard alumnus Austin McCormick (1st-Year Dancers); alumna Loni Landon (2nd-Year Dancers); Kate Weare (3rd-Year Dancers); and Larry Keigwin (4th-Year Dancers). Mr. Keigwin is returning to Juilliard where he previously choreographed and premiered, in December 2008, Runaway, a large-scale piece that riffs on the high fashion runway scene, and, in December 2009, Megalopolis.
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2006
On May 4th, over 600 protestors gathered in protest of the Off-Broadway musical Mary, Like a Virgin: a divine musical experience
by Christina Mancuso - May 31, 2016
EAST LONGMEADOW, Mass., May 30, 2016 /PRNewswire/ The Storm: A Time of Mercy, Choices and Hope is a book of faith, intergenerational love, life struggles and storms, from when he was born in America's Deep South, then as son, husband, father, grandfather in Louisiana; needed choices, personal/familial sacrifices, loss, grief, prayer, hope, peace, and joy, in the life of successful Catholic entrepreneur James A. Toups. Written by a man unafraid to express his true feelingsand an evacuee of Hurricane Katrina, the deep narratives provide readers with rare insight and lived wisdom in how tothrive in the face of storms, including the major societal storm presently arising in the world and escalating in and across nations.
by Caryn Robbins - May 23, 2014
Father David Guffey, C.S.C., has been appointed the new National Director of Family Theater Productions in Hollywood.
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2017
He is the world's foremost psychic medium and author of numerous critically acclaimed New York Times best sellers.   Australian fans have embraced John Edward since his first tour.  The feeling is mutual - he loves Australia and doesn't need an excuse to keep coming back.  John returns to Australia in November for a national tour. See him connect with the other side. There will be question and answer sessions and messages from loved ones on the other side and more.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2018
He is the world's foremost psychic medium and author of numerous critically acclaimed New York Times best sellers. Australian fans have embraced John since his first tour. The feeling is mutual - he loves Australia and doesn't need an excuse to keep coming back. John returns to Australia in November for a national tour. See him connect with the other side. There will be question and answer sessions and messages from loved ones on the other side and more
by Matt Smith - Mar 9, 2016
MILWAUKEE, WIS. 03/08/2016– The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra announces two concerts performed on back to back weekends at the Pabst Theater highlighting the works of Mozart. Mozart + More features guest conductor Ben Gernon and cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan on March 31, April 1, and 2. Mozart's “Jupiter” features guest conductor Courtney Lewis on April 8, 9 and 10.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 31, 2016
MILWAUKEE, WIS. 03/08/2016– The Milwaukee Symphony Orchestra announces two concerts performed on back to back weekends at the Pabst Theater highlighting the works of Mozart. Mozart + More features guest conductor Ben Gernon and cellist Narek Hakhnazaryan on March 31, April 1, and 2. Mozart's “Jupiter” features guest conductor Courtney Lewis on April 8, 9 and 10.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 29, 2021
Iris Theatre today announce Mediaeval Baebes: 25th Anniversary Concert. The Ivor Novello award-winning group will perform four celebratory performances at The Actors' Church from 27 - 29 May 2021.
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 20, 2014
Tarragon Theatre presents the world premiere of A God in Need of Help by playwright-in-residence Sean Dixon, directed by the theatre's artistic director, Richard Rose. This vividly painted sojourn into 17th century Europe examines the role of faith at the dawn of the Age of Reason and opens Wednesday, April 23, running to May 25 (with previews from April 16) in Tarragon's Mainspace. Tickets range from $21-$53 (inclusive of HST) and are available by calling Patron Services at 416-531-1827 or by visiting www.tarragontheatre.com.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 2, 2018
The Houston Early Music 2017-18 season will close with a momentous occasion: Heinrich Biber's daunting "The Mystery Sonatas," also known as the Rosary Sonatas, one of the most extraordinary sets of music ever written for the violin. This rare opportunity to hear the entire work, presented by four members of Boston Baroque - North America's first permanent Baroque orchestra. - will take place Saturday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Shepherd School of Music's Duncan Recital Hall at Rice University.
by Macon Prickett - Jun 21, 2018
From Friday, July 20 through Thursday, July 26, BAMcinématek presents Pioneers: First Women Filmmakers in collaboration with Kino Lorber and The Library of Congress. A follow-up to its award-winning Pioneers of African-American Cinema, this collection was produced for Kino Lorber by Bret Wood and curated by historian Shelley Stamp. The series presents a vast array of new 2K restorations, focusing primarily on women directors of the silent-era American cinema. As was frequently the case, women directors remained uncredited or were co-credited as director, even though for all intents and purposes, they were the de-facto directors and primary creative forces of the film. “Women played an extraordinary role in early filmmaking, but this history has been largely forgotten,” says series curator Shelley Stamp, 'I'm so thrilled that these films have been restored and re-scored so that contemporary audiences will have a chance to see what female filmmakers were up to 100 years ago.” Stamp will be present to introduce the first four programs in the series.
by Nora Dominick - Jul 7, 2015
Some stories are best discovered after the fact. In the case of Sister Gregory of Rosary College, her story and hard work helped create one of the biggest musiclas of a generation, The Sound of Music. According to the Library of Congress, some letters were discovered that were written by Sister Gregory of Rosary College and included correspondances between Sister Gregory and the creators of the 1959 musical The Sound of Music.
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 31, 2011
Psychic John Edward will be appearing at the Hilton, Austin, TX on Friday, August 5 at 7:00 pm. John Edward has brought a fresh, honest and thought provoking attitude to the world of psychic phenomena.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 26, 2018
The South Carolina Theatre Association Executive Board unanimously approved the change in organizational leadership from Administrative Director to Executive Director at its Board meeting June 11, 2018 to be effective August 1, 2018. Anita Sleeman was selected as the organization's first Executive Director. She has been with SCTA for over three years as Administrative Director and associated with the organization as Division Chair and a Board Member for over twenty years. Sleeman's leadership and experience will assist in the smooth transition for the organization. She has been responsible for rendering development advice, strategic planning, and overseeing the general operation of the organization.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Jul 22, 2019
The Hollywood Bowl presented Siudy Flamenco Dance Theatre and Los Angeles guest artist, dancer Manuel Gutierrez with percussionist Diego Alvarez and the Los Angeles Philharmonic for an evening of fabulous Flamenco music and a production of El Amor Brujo. With the Los Angeles Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Palio Bortolameolli, the first half of the evening began, playing an extraordinary Ravel piece, 'Alborada del gracioso,' or 'Morning Song of the Jester' that was a perfect intro for the evening ahead. Originally composed as a piano piece, it became part of a full length composition entitled 'Miroirs' and has a definite Spanish influence to it, akin to the seguidilla. Different sections went from a wide sweeping melody by the string and wind instruments, to pizzicato violins and harps hinting of Flamenco rhythms and a descriptive bassoon solo passage that led to an intricate full-sounding, rich ending.
by Christina Mancuso - Jul 22, 2015
For Catholics struggling with their faith, author Hilary De Freitas shares her experience living with a modern Catholic faith in her new collection of short stories, 'I Am Catholic: The Paths We All Take' (published by AuthorHouse).
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 19, 2017
Houston Early Music will bring the vitality, adventure and beauty of long-ago eras to life in coming months when it presents its 2017-2018 concert series.
by TV Scoop - Feb 4, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, airing on ABC on Thursday, February 21, 2019!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 28, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on the Season Finale of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, airing on ABC today, February 28, 2019!
by Sally Henry Fuller - Feb 27, 2015
Choral Arts Philadelphia, in collaboration with the Bach Festival of Philadelphia, led by Artistic Director Matthew Glandorf, will continue presenting Bach@7 Cantata Series at St. Clement's Episcopal Church. In addition to the featured J.S. Bach Cantatas, the Spring 2015 series offer orchestral and choral works by Johannes Brahms, Heinrich Biber and Eric Whitacre. Special guest, Mezzo-Soprano Jacqueline Horner-Kwiatek (Anonymous 4) will appear in two solo Cantatas on April 8.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 21, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, airing on ABC today, February 21, 2019!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 13, 2020
The Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center for Thought & Culture, the arts center of the Archdiocese of New York, has announced highlights of its 2020 Spring season, a rich mix of theater, film, music, author's nights, gallery exhibitions, and talk events featuring artists and thought leaders including Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal columnist and author Peggy Noonan; New York Times columnist and bestselling author David Brooks, and Director of The Philanthropy Roundtable's Character Initiative and author Anne Snyder; Director of the Vatican Observatory and President of the Vatican Observatory Foundation Br. Guy Consolmagno, SJ; a rousing evening of gospel music from Vy Higginsen's Sing Harlem choir; celebrated composer and big bandleader Darcy James Argue plus the New England Conservatory Alumni Big Band; Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico and multi-award winning New Yorker staff writer Adam Gopnik; singer, songwriter, and acclaimed clawhammer banjo player Abigail Washburn and genre-bending composer, guzheng virtuoso and vocalist from Beijing Wu Fei; and events tackling thought-provoking topical themes including justice in underserved communities, the protection of immigrants to America, and the inspiration of Sr. Thea Bowman and other Servants of God.
by TV Scoop - Feb 11, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on the Season Finale of A MILLION LITTLE THINGS, airing on ABC on Thursday, February 28, 2019!
by Julie Musbach - Dec 19, 2017
Purchase College, SUNY, is pleased to announce that Lorenzo Candelaria has been appointed Dean of the School of the Arts. Lorenzo Candelaria, who is currently Associate Provost and Professor of Music History at the University of Texas at El Paso (UTEP), will replace Ravi Rajan, who left Purchase at the end of the 2016-17 academic year to become President of California Institute of the Arts. Candelaria will begin his new role at Purchase College in July 2018.
by Caryn Robbins - Aug 5, 2011
Psychic John Edward will be appearing at the Hilton, Austin, TX on Friday, August 5 at 7:00 pm. John Edward has brought a fresh, honest and thought provoking attitude to the world of psychic phenomena.
by Matt Smith - Aug 15, 2014
DALLAS, Aug. 15, 2014 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) Creating beautiful rosaries has been a life's work and passion for author Kathy O'Neil's beloved father-in-law, known by the family as 'Granddad.' A World War II veteran who flew in 50 missions over the English Channel in the belly turret of B-17 bombers with his last mission just two days before D-day, Granddad is a devoted Catholic who always has the rosary with him and recalls that he wore out his rosary beads on those air missions. Granddad never imagined that his daughter-in-law would be inspired to write a children's book explaining the importance of praying the rosary. Just released, Through vivid illustrations and loving, understandable language, O'Neil takes children step by step into a deeper understanding of the rosary and its mysteries. The book uses color-coding and a prayer map concept to make it easy to follow along. 'Instead of being a beautiful string of beads, the rosary becomes a string of prayers that children can understand and use to build upon as they grow older and deeper in their faith,' O'Neil said. O'Neil feels that it is imperative for children to learn about the rosary when they are young so they can experience its comfort in prayer throughout their lives. She attributes her deep faith to the godly example of humility and a strong work ethic that she learned from her parents. 'I was one of five children. Even with five rowdy children, my mother never raised her voice and even found time to volunteer in our church for countless years. Her quiet and humble spirit helped shape my own Catholic faith. My mother and father definitely showed me through their lives that the rosary has eternal purpose. 'I suppose this is our way of continuing the legacy of the rosary's importance to our family by sharing its meaning in a clear, simple, and inviting way to children. I'm overjoyed to think that our family's deep connection to the rosary may help in some small way to introduce other families to the great gift that the rosary is to all of us.' For more information or to order 'A Children's Rosary,' please visit www.AChildrensRosary.com. Books are available online and in bookstores. # # #
by Christina Mancuso - Aug 1, 2016
Barbara Arbuckle takes readers into the unique and inspiring lives of five women seeking for the discovery, meaning and impact of grace in this new book titled 'With God's Grace...' (published by WestBow Press). Poignant, candid and masterful, this chronicling serves as witness of God's immense, unconditional and abiding love for all and offers reflections to explore grace in each one's own life.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 3, 2013
He was a soldier. He was a war hero. He was a priest. His Cause for Canonization is being considered by the Vatican. And now Fr. Emil Kapaun will receive the Medal of Honor from the President of the United States.
by Kelsey Denette - Apr 25, 2013
Pianist Jean-Yves Thibaudet will join Music Director Robert Spano and the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra to perform the ASO premiere of James MacMillan's Piano Concerto No. 3, "The Mysteries of Light," May 30 and June 1, at 8:00 p.m., and June 2, 2013, at 3:00 p.m., in Atlanta Symphony Hall at the Woodruff Arts Center. Mr. Spano will also lead the Orchestra in two compositions by Mozart: the Overture to The Magic Flute and Symphony No. 41, "Jupiter."
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2014
Tarragon Theatre presents the world premiere of A God in Need of Help by playwright-in-residence Sean Dixon, directed by the theatre's artistic director, Richard Rose. This vividly painted sojourn into 17th century Europe examines the role of faith at the dawn of the Age of Reason and opens tonight, April 23, running to May 25 (with previews from April 16) in Tarragon's Mainspace. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 2, 2014
Tarragon Theatre presents the world premiere of A God in Need of Help by playwright-in-residence Sean Dixon, directed by the theatre's artistic director, Richard Rose. This vividly painted sojourn into 17th century Europe examines the role of faith at the dawn of the Age of Reason and opens Wednesday, April 23, running to May 25 (with previews from April 16) in Tarragon's Mainspace. Tickets range from $21-$53 (inclusive of HST) and are available by calling Patron Services at 416-531-1827 or by visiting www.tarragontheatre.com.
by TV News Desk - Apr 19, 2014
A new TV documentary premiering in the U.S. Today (4/19) is a terrific tie-in to the major new exhibit opening this weekend in London and coming to NYC this fall, presented by the Tate Modern and The Museum of Modern Art.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 12, 2018
Classical Baroque music lovers will have a rare opportunity to hear the complete works of Heinrich Biber's "The Mystery Sonatas" on Saturday, May 5, at 7:30 p.m. at the Shepherd School of Music's Duncan Recital Hall at Rice University.