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by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2007
Epic Theatre Ensemble has announced the complete cast for the New York premiere of A Hard Heart, written by Howard Barker and directed by Will Pomerantz. Performances begin on October 30, 2007 at the Clurman Theatre on Theatre Row (410 West 42nd Street) and run through December 2, 2007. Opening night is November 11, 2007 at 6PM.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 8, 2019
The 15th Annual Fringe Encore Series at the Soho Playhouse presents Mil Grus, an LA based ensemble that has developed a unique form of physical satire. Their visual, visceral, and inimitable show is unique every time depending on who shows up and shares space with these five cosmic beings. Blending bouffon, sacred clowning, spectacle, and physical theater, Mil Grus acts as a mirror to society and forces us to laugh at our own fears and weaknesses.
by BWW News Desk - May 29, 2014
From Common Players, in association with Exeter Northcott Theatre, a new production of Jez Butterworth's critically acclaimed play, Jerusalem, will tour the West Country in May and June. The new production will be made in a new way which will involve local artists and communities and teach new skills to those involved.
by BWW News Desk - May 28, 2013
The Drama Desk Nominated Off-Broadway company Marvell Repertory Theatre, New York's only professional theatre - and one of only a handful in the entire nation - devoted exclusively to producing new and enduring works in rotating repertory, will present Sophocles' classic Greek tragedy ANTIGONE directed by Marvell Rep Artistic Director Lenny Leibowitz in repertory with the world premiere of MOMMALOGUES by Sharon Lee Glassman and Gretchen Klinedinst Furst and directed by William Sanders, now thorugh June 2nd at the TBG Theatre (312 West 36th street, 3rd Floor) in Manhattan. BroadwayWorld has a first look at both productions below!
by BWW News Desk - May 22, 2013
Performances begin today (Wednesday, May 22nd) for Marvell Repertory Theatre's production of ANTIGONE directed by Marvell Rep Artistic Director Lenny Leibowitz in repertory with the world premiere of MOMMALOGUES by Sharon Lee Glassman and Gretchen Klinedinst Furst and directed by William Sanders at the TBG Theatre (312 West 36th street, 3rd Floor) in Manhattan.
by Marina Kennedy - Jun 28, 2019
The party of the summer is happening in New York City with tempting food options, drinks and fireworks. Check out some places that are open and ready for their guests. Indulge in a great meal, visit a rooftop bar, enjoy BBQ or an outdoor experience. Gather your group to celebrate Independence Day 2019.
by Marina Kennedy - Jun 24, 2021
Spend your 4th of July weekend at top spots that are open in Queens, Brooklyn, Manhattan and Staten Island where you can indulge in great food and catch the fireworks on Independence Day.  It’s time to gather your group and make some plans!
by Robert Diamond - Jul 4, 2013
Northrop Grumman Corporation (NYSE: NOC) is participating as one of the principal industry sponsors at the 19th annual Waddington International Air Show being held July 6-7 at RAF Waddington, Lincoln.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 13, 2019
Beaches, culture, cuisine, sailing and shopping are just a few reasons vacationers flock to the Caribbean's St. Maarten. Rainforest Adventures' Rockland Estate Park has added six more exciting experiences to the list with something for everyone and 20% savings on select direct bookings for a limited time.
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 24, 2014
Wizard World, Inc. (OTCBB: WIZD) and Skybound, Robert Kirkman's imprint at Image Comics, today announced that cartoonist/illustrator Michael Cho will draw the first in a yearlong series of Limited Edition Exclusive Variant Covers of The Walking Dead #1 comic
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 23, 2015
Film and television star, pop culture icon and social media powerhouse George Takei (Star Trek, 'Heroes') has been blazing trails as an activist over the last decade, championing gay rights and marriage equality in the U.S., and in recent years sharing his childhood experiences of being imprisoned in a Japanese-American internment camp during World War II.
by Michael Dale - Aug 31, 2015
'I could see the barbed wire fence and the sentry towers right outside my schoolhouse window as I recited the words, 'with liberty and justice for all.'
by Kara McCoy - Aug 30, 2014
The episode begins with a frantic Claire running through the woods, darting around trees and panting heavily, as a sentry keeps his watchful post from above. It's all wracked with tension and suspense, particularly when we recall Claire's ominous testimony at the end of last week's installment: get back to Craigh na Dun, or “die trying.” Run, Claire, run! we simple viewers implore—for all of ten seconds, until we realize, oh but of course, she's just playing a game. We, and the sentry, relax as Ms. Beauchamp emerges from the trees, a gaggle of pint-sized Scots eagerly giggling at her heels. Claire is smoothly transitioning into life at Castle Leoch, it seems—but as always, Claire is really fixated on just one thing: freedom. And no matter how much fun she and the wee bairns appear to be having, she's using the game to better explore the castle grounds. For escape routes. Oh, girl, that is clever.
by Robert Diamond - Apr 9, 2011
Today we lost one of the greats: the gentle giant of directors, Sidney Lumet. What a resume! Just to pick seven of perhaps the best known of the bunch, the bunch in question being over 100 titles strong: 12 ANGRY MEN, LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT, SERPICO, DOG DAY AFTERNOON, NETWORK and BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD - the films spanning fifty years from MEN in 1957 and DEVIL in 2007 - it is clear to see why Lumet was one of the most cherished and celebrated directors in Hollywood, especially known for his tough, gritty New York stories and his pristine stage-to-screen transfers. For an excellent example of the latter (in addition to LONG DAY'S JOURNEY and the others) check out DEATHTRAP - based on Ira Levin's play, the longest-running thriller in Broadway history - featuring Michael Caine in one of his best roles and Christopher Reeve and Dyan Cannon in their finest performances on film. For an example of the former genre, look no further than NETWORK, containing one of the strongest screenplays ever penned, from the fiery and ferocious pen of Paddy Cheyefsky, and Faye Dunaway in her Oscar-winning performance for all the ages. As far as theatrical screenplays on screen, Lumet would be hard-pressed to even come close to the power, prescience and transformative brilliance at the core of the conceit of that film - yet he did just that; with his final, 2007 film no less. I am speaking, of course, of the underrated and riveting BEFORE THE DEVIL KNOWS YOU'RE DEAD starring Philip Seymour Hoffman, Ethan Hawke, Marisa Tomei, with Albert Finney and Rosemary Harris. Taking an original screenplay that could just as well have been written for the stage - shades of 12 ANGRY MEN, DOG DAY AFTERNOON, NETWORK and SERPICO, certainly - Lumet made a bristling, biting brilliant work of staggering craft and ingenuity - all with verve, energy and drive of a man a quarter of his age at the time (80). His films were classics in his own time and, now, in his passing, they are just as timeless - if not more so. With each passing year, new layers of truth, beauty, sadness and soulfulness can be found in the countless frames in the innumerable unforgettable scenes in his many masterpieces.
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 29, 2021
Exciting times! Restaurants are opening all around the city and some that have shuttered during the pandemic are reopening.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2014
From Common Players, in association with Exeter Northcott Theatre, a new production of Jez Butterworth's critically acclaimed play, Jerusalem, will tour the West Country in May and June. The new production will be made in a new way which will involve local artists and communities and teach new skills to those involved.
by Kelsey Denette - Apr 23, 2013
The Drama Desk Nominated Off-Broadway company Marvell Repertory Theatre, New York's only professional theatre - and one of only a handful in the entire nation - devoted exclusively to producing new and enduring works in rotating repertory, will present Sophocles' classic Greek tragedy ANTIGONE directed by Mavell Rep Artistic Director Lenny Leibowitz in repertory with the world premiere of MOMMALOGUES by Sharon Lee Glassman and Gretchen Klinedinst Furst and directed by William Sanders from May 22nd through June 2nd at the TBG Theatre (312 West 36th street, 3rd Floor) in Manhattan.