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by Movies News Desk - Sep 2, 2014
In his recent travels through Europe, the 'Les Mis' star stopped into a local Moroccan barber and asked him to take it all off, his facial hair that is.
by Anthony Walker-Cook - Sep 12, 2019
Known to audiences as Alfie Moon from EastEnders, Shane Richie recently playing Hugo/Loco Chanelle in the West End's Everybody's Talking About Jamie, and can currently be found touring the UK as Archie Rice in John Osborne's The Entertainer.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 5, 2019
Settle checked in with BroadwayWorld earlier this week to tell us all about life after the Bearded Lady, how one special song changed her life, and why she just can't get enough of Hugh. 
by Marissa Sblendorio - Oct 31, 2016
CAGNEY, the new hit musical about Hollywood's tough guy in tap shoes, just recently welcomed Broadway's Jeffry Denman  to the company.  Denman is best known for starring in the original company of Irving Berlin's White Christmas for which he was nominated for a Fred & Adele Astaire Award. He was Munkustrap in the final cast of Cats (original Broadway production) and was featured in the original company of The Producers which led him to pen the memoir, A Year with The Producers. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 20, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by Don Grigware - Oct 17, 2016
I have heard this little double couplet poem since childhood, and have always been terrified by it, so, if I see a story depicted about accused murderess Lizzie Borden of Fall River, Massachusetts, I expect two people to end up corpses, her stepmother and her father. In the new musical by Katrina Wood Spindle City: The Lizzie Borden Musical, now playing at the Secret Rose Theatre, only her father's murder is enacted. But... Lizzie loved her father, in spite of his intolerable business tactics, and... despised her money-hungry stepmother. Does this omission of her murder from the retelling of the infamous story make any sense? Hardly. But that's just one of the problems plaguing this uneven musical at the Secret Rose through November 5.
by BWW Special Coverage - Oct 13, 2014
One of Broadway's brightest stars is heading back to the stage this fall. Tony winner Hugh Jackman will return to Broadway later this month, and fans of the song and dance man are already counting down the days. Jackman just celebrated his birthday yesterday, October 12, and that got us thinking about all of the reasons that we are excited to see Hugh back on Broadway. Below, BroadwayWorld brings you a roundup of a mere ten reasons to love Hugh Jackman!
by BWW Special Coverage - Nov 5, 2011
If you're looking for a quick roundup of this week's events in theatre, look no further: here are some of the best articles the week had to offer!
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 4, 2018
What better way to leave behind the turmoil of the modern world than by indulging in a bright, shiny new musical burnished with the warm glow of nostalgia and featuring a score by the inimitable Irving Berlin? We can't imagine anything more fun - or more timely, for that matter - than a couple of hours or more spent in the audience of Cumberland County Playhouse to experience the company's latest musical treat: Irving Berlin's Holiday Inn.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 2, 2011
The Tony award-winning Hugh Jackman has returned to Broadway this fall in Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre. Jackman brings the one-man concert show to New York for a 10-week engagement. Previews began on October 25, 2011 in anticipation of a November 10 opening night. The production will run through January 1, 2012.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 17, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by Review Roundups - Nov 16, 2014
THE RIVER opens tonight, Nov. 16, at Circle in the Square (50th Street between Broadway and Eighth Avenue). BroadwayWorld brings you the reviews in real time below!
by Broadway Beat - Nov 14, 2011
The Tony award-winning Hugh Jackman has returned to Broadway in Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre which opened on November 10th. Broadway Beat went backstage following the big premiere to chat with Jackman about being back on Broadway and more. Click below to hear from the song and dance man on opening night!
by - Nov 13, 2011
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by BWW Special Coverage - Nov 11, 2011
The Tony award-winning Hugh Jackman has returned to Broadway in Hugh Jackman, Back on Broadway at the Broadhurst Theatre. Jackman brings the one-man concert show to New York for a 10-week engagement. Previews began on October 25, 2011 and opened last night, November 10. The production will run through January 1, 2012. Did the critics find him Hugh-tastic? Let's find out!
by BWW News Desk - May 30, 2013
Surflight Theatre, under the leadership of Executive Director Ken Myers, presents the Yankee Doodle Dandy song and dance musical comedy George M!, from June 19 through July 7. Opening night is June 20 at 8:00pm.
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 3, 2016
Hard to believe, but it's been four years since we sat down with Jeremy Benton, whom we've since referred to as Broadway's Best Tap Dancer every chance we've had, and now it seems as that title has become a self-fulfilling prophecy. Just yesterday, Benton - a native of Springfield, Tennessee - was honored with a nomination for a Fred and Adele Astaire Award in the category for best off-Broadway male dancer, heralding his critically acclaimed role in Cagney, the Musical.
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 2, 2011
Ryan Bowie, now firmly ensconced in his new professional life in Clarksville, Tennessee, made his way southward from New York City to do one show and, thanks to fate, ended up deciding he'd found his way home. Now onstage in the Roxy Regional Theatre's production of The Civil War, the Frank Wildhorn musical that continues through May 21, he won acclaim (both critical and otherwise) at The Baker in the Roxy's 2010 revival of Into The Woods (ranked among the year's best performances by First Night and BroadwayWorld.com readers).
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2011
In his column this morning, Michael Riedel suggests that Hugh Jackman, who just completed a two week run of his solo variety show at the Curran Theater in San Francisco is considering the starring role in an upcoming stage adaptation of Tim Burton's Big Fish. The new musical is being composed by Andrew Lippa. Jackman recently participated in a reading of the show with Laura Benanti.
by Nancy Grossman - May 16, 2013
Maurice Hines puts his passion for tap, his late brother Gregory, and classic Big Band music on display in TAPPIN' THRU LIFE: AN EVENING WITH MAURICE HINES. Backed by the Berklee College of Music Select Big Band, under the direction of drummer Sherrie Maricle, Hines tells his story, shows off his vocal chops, and delights the audience with his warm, relaxed presence. The program is stingy with his dancing, but The Manzari Brothers ratchet up the excitement and kick up a lot of dust in their turn in the spotlight.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Mar 27, 2011
Directed by David Shamburger, with musical direction by Jo Lynn Burks, The Drowsy Chaperone is an unmistakably top-flight production, performed with stylish glee by the cast of student actors who bring the 'musical within a comedy' to such vibrantly mesmerizing life. Shamburger's focused direction and confident staging is seen throughout the production, which features the worky of six choreographers (Debbie Belue, Alyssa Maddox, Emily Tello, Emma Carpenter, Meghan Glogower and the director himself). That many choreographers could well lead to confusion (what's the old axiom about too many cooks spoiling the broth?) and a serious lack of onstage cohesion, but instead they come together on The Drowsy Chaperone to create a wonderfully danced musical comedy that flows seamlessly from one scene to the next.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 9, 2014
While the number was certainly amusing and entertaining, many were left wondering, what's with the hopping?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by Stage Tube - Jun 13, 2014
While the number was entertaining and got the show off to a bouncing star, many were left wondering, what was actually going on? The Tony Awards have released a new video featuring choreographer Warren Carlyle, which details its origin, and how they made it happen live earlier this week. Check it out below!
by Keith Tittermary - Jul 25, 2014
'If Danny Kaye had not been born,' a Hollywood writer once observed, 'no one could possibly have invented him. It would have been stretching credibility far past the breaking point'. Those words begin almost every biography of the legendary Danny Kaye and it is fitting words. Kaye may not have been as popular as Fred Astaire or Gene Kelly, or may have been the person to get when Donald O'Connor wasn't available, but Kaye left a legacy on entertainment. You can narrow down to a handful of influential artists whose legacy is still being found in modern day entertainers. You can see pieces of Kaye in early Robin Williams, or Will Ferrell in his Saturday Night Live days. Kaye took the 'song and dance' man routine and went one step further - the patter song and the foppish mannerisms that made his style unique.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 20, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 15, 2012
Jeremy Benton has come a long way since he was dancing around in the backyard of his family's home in Springfield, Tennessee. In fact, way back when-before he even had his first dance class with Cherri Coleman at the Springfield School of Classical Dance-for all he knew he might have even created or invented what he later learned was referred to as "tap."
by Pat Cerasaro - Jul 1, 2015
The landmark Supreme Court ruling handed down late last week instating national legalization of marriage rights for all individuals is a cause celebre for the country at large, particularly the Broadway community who has vocally and vociferously fought for equal acceptance for all for decades. Given the preponderance of LGBT people in the theatre community itself, this victory is a particular joy for many to celebrate. As a result of this momentous event, now is the ideal time to take a look back at the most important and notable musicals that have appeared on Broadway in the last several decades to shine a light on the gay community, ranging from portrayals of closeted individuals trapped and unable to find acceptance in a conservative society all the way to the out and proud representations available to see in some currently running smash hits. Additionally, who could forget all of musicals that have touched upon LGBT issues over the years - from the campy to the controversial to the highly acclaimed.
by James Sims - Jul 1, 2009
I?ve put together a list of some great Hollywood films that are either celebrating the holiday, or reminding us of our country's past. So queue up your Netflix, or wander down to the nearest Blockbuster ? should your neighborhood still have one ? and enjoy the show. And try for Blu-Ray whenever possible. DVDs are so last decade...
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2012
In response to requests from residents and visitors alike, the Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre will present a limited run of Song Man Dance Man, the widely acclaimed one-man show that played to enthusiastic audiences in its run at the theatre last year.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 27, 2012
In response to requests from residents and visitors alike, the Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre will present a limited run of Song Man Dance Man, the widely acclaimed one-man show that played to enthusiastic audiences in its run at the theatre last year.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 23, 2020
The Tony Award nominee continues to amaze with every new show he does and his latest nightclub act is just one more great show proving that Tony Yazbeck is a class act.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2012
In response to requests from residents and visitors alike, the Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre will present a limited run of Song Man Dance Man, the widely acclaimed one-man show that played to enthusiastic audiences in its run at the theatre last year.
by David Clarke - Jan 2, 2013
In the crisp, morning hours on December 27, 2012 I got the chance to speak with Lara Teeter, who will be playing Cap'n Andy in the upcoming production of SHOW BOAT at Houston Grand Opera. The celebrated actor had a plethora of interesting and scholarly items to discuss about SHOW BOAT, and the character of Cap'n Andy. We also had a good time discussing his career as an actor, director, choreographer, and teacher.
by Nicole Rosky - Jan 1, 2015
As 2014 comes to a close, it seems only fitting to look back on the craziest moments of this year- and there were many. From the cancellations of major productions to onstage flubs and unpredictable audience behavior, 2014 was nothing if not buzz-worthy. Below, BroadwayWorld invites you to recall the most bizarre, ridiculous and peculiar things that happened on Broadway this year.
by Review Roundups - Feb 11, 2020
Roundabout Underground debuts its first new musical in a decade. When charismatic songwriter Harry falls for clever chorus girl Louise, all of Manhattan glitters with the blush of new love. But what happens when the sparkling fantasy begins to dissolve? Bubbling over with charm, wit, and whimsy, Darling Grenadine navigates the tension between romance and reality, light and dark, bitter and sweet. Featuring a vibrantly eclectic score and stirring book and lyrics by Daniel Zaitchik.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2016
Take Dorothy Dale Kloss, oldest living showgirl at 92, and Ken Prescott, star of '42 STREET' on Broadway - and you have TWO FOR THE SHOW!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2017
According to reports, the 12 YEARS A SLAVE star is now in final talks with the studio to take on the character originally voiced by Jeremy Irons in the original animated version.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 28, 2011
Opening Saturday, September 10th, the Miami Beach Stage Door Theatre presents 'Song Man Dance Man,' a one-man show about one-man shows created and performed by Jon Peterson, emcee from Broadway's revival of 'Cabaret' and Drama Desk Nominee for the title role in the off-Broadway production 'George M. Cohan Tonight!'
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 24, 2009
Drama Desk Nominee Jon Peterson returns in Song Man, Dance Man, a one man show about the one man shows at The Triad Theater: July 20, August 24, Oct. 20, Nov. 17, all at 7pm. Free event at Barnes and Noble: July 22 at 6pm.
by Ellen Sterling - Aug 24, 2009
As an eight year-old in New Jersey, Faugno fell in love with musical theater. when he injured himself playing sports he made the decision to give up sports and study dance and theater. Blessed with understanding parents and outstanding teachers, Faugno (that's pronounced 'Fawn-Yo') got his first part at the age of 12 in The Will Rogers Follies on Broadway. He played Judd Hirsch's son in the Herb Gardner play Conversations With My Father and has appeared in regional theater across the USA. At the moment, he's a Las Vegas Strip fixture playing Frankie Valli in the terrific Jersey Boys.
by TV News Desk - Aug 20, 2013
People.com reports that beloved actor Dick Van Dyke was pulled from a burning car yesterday but emerged uninjured.
by TV News Desk - Apr 19, 2013
Star of stage and screen Dick Van Dyke has been forced to cancel an upcoming public appearance due to an undiagnosed neurological problem. The actor was set to accept the Lifetime Achievement Award for Bettering Humanity through Comedy from New York City's 92nd Street Y on April 26.