The Treatment

Opened: September 12, 2006
Closing: October 22, 2006

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by Cindy Marcolina - Sep 23, 2023

Directed by Roy Alexander Weise, the project is structurally disruptive but ultimately too meandering and overlong. A narrator (Rochelle Rose) lays the tropes bare with bitter observations. She amplifies the intentional faux pas, but the framework gets a bit stodgy by the second round of narrative repetition.

Neal Barnard to Host Music And Benefit Event At NARO Cinema In Norfolk This Month
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 12, 2023

Dr. Neal Barnard, renowned physician, animal rights advocate, best-selling author as well as guitarist and composer, will host a special event celebrating the music of his band, CarbonWorks.

Feature: Nathan Adelson Hospice to present 27th Annual Serenades of Life - Doctors in Concert
by Debbie Hall - Sep 8, 2023

For almost 45 years, Nathan Adelson Hospice, the largest and only nonprofit hospice in Nevada, has cared for people, regardless of their ability to pay. Talented doctors and first responders, along with providing exemplary health care, will perform for the organization’s 27th Annual Serenades of Life – Doctors in Concert inside Myron’s at The Smith Center on Sept. 8.

by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 31, 2023

BWW catches up with writer Gillian Lacey Solymar to chat about bringing IrrePRESSible to the 2023 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

Interview: Connecticut playwright Marc Deaton of ELEGY FOR A FALLEN ANGEL
by Ariana Straznicky-Packer - Jul 31, 2023

The world premiere of new play, Elegy for a Fallen Angel, is coming to Connecticut next month. Opening for two performances only at Madison Lyric Stage. I sat down with playwright Marc Deaton to learn more.

Review: CHARLOTTESVILLE at Capital Fringe Festival
by David Friscic - Jul 19, 2023

Based on many, many interviews with residents of Charlottesville, court transcripts and news reports, the very timely and relevant show Charlottesville was presented with theatrical integrity and complex layers/themes as part of the 2023 Capital Fringe Festival.

Video: First Look at an All-New Trailer For THE CRUCIBLE in the West End
by Stephi Wild - Jul 18, 2023

An all new trailer has been released for the National Theatre’s critically acclaimed West End transfer of Lyndsey Turner’s production of The Crucible. Check out the video here!

Free Staged Reading of SMOKE Comes to Jersey City
by Stephi Wild - Jul 14, 2023

Jersey City Theater Center, in partnership with I Love Greenville, Jersey City Public Library, and Greenville Arts Crossroads present a staged reading of Zelda Patterson's Smoke, directed by Ravin Patterson.

by Tracey Paleo - Jul 10, 2023

Ellen Geer’s new compilation of Shakespeare's best-known history plays does nothing to address the misogynistic, xenophobic views that have led to Margaret of Anjou’s historical presentation (or any other woman’s) as a stereotypical villain. But in other ways, it succeeds in illuminating Margaret as what she actually was - a force to be reckoned with.

Review: FRINGE FESTIVAL: DAY 2 at Toronto Fringe
by Ilana Lucas - Jul 8, 2023


Full Cast Revealed For THE FULL MONTY UK Tour Starring Jake Quickenden, Danny Hatchard, and Bill Ward
by Stephi Wild - Jun 22, 2023

Full casting has been announcedfor the UK Tour of Simon Beaufoy's THE FULL MONTY, opening at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham from 14 September 2023.

SEA WORDS A Camp And Irreverant New Play Announced At Summerhall Festival
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2023

Olly Gully and NTA Productions present Sea Words at Summerhall Festival, Former Women's Locker Room, 2nd Aug - 27th Aug 2023.

Photos: First Look at the National Theatre's West End Transfer of THE CRUCIBLE
by Stephi Wild - Jun 13, 2023

New production photos have been released for the National Theatre’s highly anticipated West End transfer of Lyndsey Turner’s acclaimed production of The Crucible. 

by Michael Major - Jun 8, 2023

ROCK HUDSON: ALL THAT HEAVEN ALLOWED is an intimate portrait of actor Rock Hudson, one of Hollywood’s most celebrated leading men of the 1950’s and ‘60’s and an icon of Hollywood’s Golden Age, whose diagnosis and eventual death from AIDS in 1985 shocked the world. Watch the new video trailer now!

Cast and Creatives Revealed For GHOST LIGHT: A New Musical
by Stephi Wild - Jun 7, 2023

Ghost Light, the new musical by Molly O'Gorman playing at the Hope Theatre next month, has announced its cast and creative team.

Cast Revealed For Schools' Tour Of William Shakespeare's HENRY V
by Stephi Wild - Jun 1, 2023

The cast has been revealed for the Donmar LOCAL schools' tour of William Shakespeare's Henry V, directed by the Donmar's former Resident Assistant Director Dadiow Lin.

by Stephi Wild - Jun 1, 2023

​​​​​​​Exploring the importance of touch, the new show from leading digital performance innovators ZU-UK takes one audience member at a time through a journey from childhood to adulthood and old age through the medium of a bedtime routine.

WICKED Writers: Be The Change Competition Reveals Shortlist
by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2023

Sixteen aspiring change-makers, aged 9-14, have had their persuasive essays shortlisted to win an inspiring competition hosted by acclaimed stage musical Wicked, as part of its Wicked Active Learning cultural learning programme, and the National Literacy Trust.

Review: GOODNIGHT SWEETHEART, GOODNIGHT at Wilbury Theatre Group
by John McDaid - May 30, 2023

Wilbury's world-premiere production of GOODNIGHT SWEETHEART, GOODNIGHT is a feast for the senses and a pointed modern feminist take on the work of Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi.

Dr. Shashi Tharoor Launches Kamal Shah's New Book SILVER LINING
by Blair Ingenthron - May 28, 2023

Dr Shashi Tharoor, Indian politician and Member of Parliament (MP) launched a new book titled 'Silver Lining - Overcoming Adversity to Build NephroPlus, India's Largest Dialysis Provider' written by NephroPlus co-founder and author Kamal Shah.

Classical Theatre Company's 2023-24 Season Highlights A Pair Of Notable Female Roles 
by A.A. Cristi - May 26, 2023

A 2016 winner of the prestigious National Theatre Company Grant Award by the American  Theatre Wing, Classical Theatre Company has announced the lineup for its  2023-2024 16th Mainstage Season. As the only professional theatre company in the State of  Texas that solely produces classical drama on a year-round basis, CTC only produces plays  that are 100 or more years old. 

Interview: Theatre Life with Peter Salem
by Elliot Lanes - May 25, 2023

Today’s subject Peter Salem is currently living his theatre life as the composer of Scottish Ballet’s production of The Crucible. The show runs now through May 28th at Kennedy Center in the Eisenhower Theater.

Interview: Norm Lewis Is MOONLIGHTING When Not Headlining A SOLDIER'S PLAY
by Gil Kaan - May 18, 2023

Norm Lewis heads the national touring cast of A Soldier’s Play directed by Kenny Leon and opening at the Ahmanson June 25, 2023. Los Angeles theatre aficionados will get a triple dose of Norm as he brings his cabaret show Moonlighting to the Catalina Bar & Grill on June 12th, one of his nights off as Captain Richard Davenport from A Soldier’s Play and performs the National Anthem at Dodgers Stadium as the Los Angeles Dodgers will take on the Washington Nationals May 31st.

Photos: Inside Rehearsal For THE CRUCIBLE Transferring From the National Theatre
by Stephi Wild - May 18, 2023

The National Theatre has released rehearsal photos for the highly anticipated West End transfer of director Lyndsey Turner’s acclaimed production of The Crucible.

Danny Hatchard, Jake Quickenden and Bill Ward Will Lead THE FULL MONTY UK Tour
by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2023

The UK Tour of Simon Beaufoy's THE FULL MONTY will star Danny Hatchard as Gaz, Jake Quickenden as Guy, Bill Ward as Gerald, Neil Hurst as Dave, Ben Onwukwe as Horse and Nicholas Prasad as Lomper.

Full Cast Revealed For The National Theatre's THE CRUCIBLE
by Stephi Wild - Apr 18, 2023

The National Theatre announced full casting for the highly anticipated West End transfer of director Lyndsey Turner's acclaimed production of The Crucible.  With set designed by Es Devlin, this contemporary new staging of Arthur Miller's gripping parable of power and its abuse will play at the Gielgud Theatre from 7 June until 2 September, with a press night on 15 June 2023. 

Cast Announced for THE STRANGE AFFAIR OF HERSCHAL GRYNSZPAN at The Other Palace Studio
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 15, 2023

The cast has been announced for the new LGBQT+ musical 'The Strange Affair of Herschel Grynszpan'. Based on true events but with imagined relationships. What might have been.

Cast Announced For Mainstage Debut Of Patricia Cornelius' DO NOT GO GENTLE
by Stephi Wild - Mar 7, 2023

An all-star cast featuring Peter Carroll, Vanessa Downing, John Gaden, Philip Quast and Brigid Zengeni will bring to life the long-overdue mainstage debut of Patricia Cornelius' Do Not Go Gentle directed by STC's Paige Rattray (Death of a Salesman, Triple X) at Roslyn Packer Theatre this May.

Review: THE LONG RUN, VAULT Festival
by Cindy Marcolina - Mar 2, 2023

Directed by VAULT Festival’s Head of Programming Bec Martin in her directorial debut, the play is dark in humour but not in atmosphere. The direct address establishes an immediate personal rapport and, by the end of it, you’ll wish you had a Katie Arnstein in your life.

Industry Pro Newsletter: Antisemitic Protests at Parade, New AEA Report on EDI
by Alex Freeman - Feb 27, 2023

The growing threat of antisemitism in our culture spilled onto Broadway last week as a group of neo-Nazi’s protested outside preview performances of Parade. Cara Joy David dives into that, and how it fits into the wider cultural conversation and what we should be doing in our day to day lives to further combat this alarming growth of antisemitism.

PARADE Protesters Bring Growing Antisemitism to the Streets
by Cara Joy David - Feb 27, 2023

In some ways, it was a surprise that antisemites took to the streets last week to demonstrate outside of PARADE. We don't see that sort of thing outside a Broadway show. We don't typically see it at all in New York City. But, if you were paying attention--and, as a member of an Anti-Defamation League NextGeneration Advisory Board, I have been--you would know that antisemitic sentiment is increasingly spilling onto the streets.

New Perspective Lecture Series Presents HIDDEN COSMOPOLITANISM OF THE ARAB WORLD by Ken Dorph
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2023

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced a new lecture series entitled New Perspectives, a forum for local voices and experts in their field to bring critical issues to East End audiences. The first two talks are presented by Sag Harbor resident and Middle East expert, Ken Dorph.

by Stephen Mosher - Feb 14, 2023

The best new series to come out of 2022 starts their second season off with precise perfection.

by Stephi Wild - Feb 6, 2023

It is 1938. A young Jewish refugee, Herschel Grynszpan, walks into the German embassy in Paris and shoots a German diplomat. He is arrested and spends the next four years in prison. When the Nazis march into Paris, they capture Herschel and send him to a camp in Berlin. Herschel has a choice: to be paraded in front of the world's press as a celebrity scapegoat; or to confess the truth - and to lift the lid on, not just his own sexuality, but the scandal that has infiltrated the Third Reich!

Review: BLOODY MARY: LIVE!, VAULT Festival
by Cindy Marcolina - Jan 25, 2023

Bloody Mary: Live! is a joy to watch. The influence of Six is clear as day, from looks to sass, but Miller is unapologetic about it - a trend that continues throughout the hour-long piece. Giving a historical figure the Hamilton treatment isn’t new, but it’s a gift that keeps on giving. “I refuse to be small” Mary says. And, by god, Miller is anything but.

ORDINARY PEOPLE to be Presented by Town Players of New Canaan in February
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 23, 2023

Town Players of New Canaan's upcoming live theatre production of Ordinary People is anything but ordinary. The play, based on the Oscar-winning movie starring Donald Sutherland, Mary Tyler Moore and Timothy Hutton, will open Feb. 17 and run through March 5 at the Powerhouse Theatre in Waveny Park.

Movie Musical Starring Selena Gomez to Begin Filming This Spring
by Michael Major - Jan 23, 2023

A new movie musical starring Selena Gomez will begin filming this spring in Paris. The film will be titled 'Emilia Perez,' and it will also star Karla Sofia Gascón and Zoe Saldaña. French director Jacques Audiard will helm the movie, working with composer Clement Ducol, singer, songwriter and composer Camille, and choreographer Damien Jalet.

Word for Word's OFF THE PAGE Staged Reading Series Concludes With Two Stories By Toni Cade Bambara
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 6, 2023

Word for Word's Off the Page Staged Reading Series 2022 concludes on January 23, 2023 (postponed from 2022) with two stories by Toni Cade Bambara Raymond's Run and Blues Ain't No Mockin Bird, directed by Edris Cooper- Anifowoshe.

Review: CEK TOKO SEBELAH Stocks Up on Love and Laughter
by Rakaputra Paputungan - Dec 18, 2022

All in all, CEK TOKO SEBELAH is a worthy addition to the modern Indonesian musical heritage. It’s a great follow-up to MUSIKAL PETUALANGAN SHERINA and proof positive that JAKARTA MOVIN can’t only adapt a musical movie to a great stage show, but non-musical movies are fair game as well.

Review: AS YOU LIKE IT, @sohoplace
by Cindy Marcolina - Dec 15, 2022

Presented in the round with the inclusion of closed-captioning at every performance and a few BSL-signing characters, it’s probably the most accessible, most gender-fluid show currently running in London.

Interview: Playwright Lester Probst on VOLUN-TEARS, A World Premiere Play About Sexual Harassment in the Military
by Shari Barrett - Dec 10, 2022

ArtsUP! LA is presenting the world premiere of Volun-Tears, a powerful play by Korean War Veteran Lester Probst, based on the true experiences of women who have suffered sexual harassment and sexual abuse while serving in the United States Armed Forces, performed by U.S. Veterans. I decided to speak with Lester Probst on what inspired him to write the play and what message he hopes to instill in audience members to start the road to achieving equality within the ranks of our military, especially for women.

Word for Word's Off the Page Staged Reading Series Concludes With RAYMOND'S RUN and BLUES AIN'T NO MOCKIN BIRD Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Dec 7, 2022

Word for Word's Off the Page Staged Reading Series 2022 concludes on January 23, 2023 (postponed from 2022) with two stories by Toni Cade Bambara Raymond's Run and Blues Ain't No Mockin Bird, directed by Edris Cooper- Anifowoshe.

Review: LA RUTA at Stray Cat Theatre
by Herbert Paine - Dec 5, 2022

The importance of LA RUTA's subject needs to be seen and the story it tells needs to be known. Stray Cat Theatre presents this stunning and disturbing production through December 17th at Tempe Center for the Arts.

PRESS Comes to the Park Theatre Next Month
by Stephi Wild - Oct 27, 2022

Based on real life stories of journalists who have altered the truth to serve their own stories, Press is the story of a fictional ex-tabloid journalist. Juxtaposing the lack of consequences for his lies with the terrible toll paid by journalists for truth telling in other countries, it asks pertinent questions about media scrutiny and accountability.

Gente de Teatro Celebrates 27th Season with GENTE DE TEATRO: TOC TOC By Laurent Baffie & Spanish Version By Julián Quintanilla
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 25, 2022

With true fanfare, Gente de Teatro is celebrating its 27th season with Julián Quintanilla's Spanish version of the world acclaimed comedy TOC TOC by French playwright Laurent Baffie at Midtown Arts Theater Center Houston (MATCH), October 27, 29 & 30, 2022.

VIDEO: Dierks Bentley Shares 'Gold' Music Video
by Michael Major - Oct 20, 2022

Directed by Wes Edwards, the video was shot across the state of Tennessee and reiterates Bentley's admiration for the outdoors. Backed by his six-string touring ensemble including Charlie Worsham, Bentley intertwines a jam session fitting for 'a life anthem that perfectly melds heart-on-sleeve lyrical candor. Watch the new music video now!

Bristol Old Vic Announces Spring 2023 Programme
by Stephi Wild - Oct 20, 2022

Bristol Old Vic begins 2023 with a series of blockbuster titles, produced in partnership with some of the UKs leading theatre companies. Tickets go on sale to members from today. Shows include Drive Your Plow Over the Bones of the Dead, Pride and Prejudice* (*Sort of), and more!

VIDEO: Okay Kaya Shares 'Inside of a Plum' Visual Made By DALL·E 2 AI Technology
by Michael Major - Oct 19, 2022

Okay Kaya, aka Kaya Wilkins, shares an intoxicating video for her new single “Inside of a Plum,” a song inspired by ketamine therapy from her upcoming world-building album, SAP. For the song’s video, made in collaboration with acclaimed visual artist Austin Lee, Kaya fed thousands of images and text to DALL·E 2 - OpenAI to create new images.

Photos: First Look at THE CHAIRS at Quintessence Theatre Group
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 16, 2022

Quintessence Theatre Group, Philadelphia's professional classic repertory theatre, begins Season XIII: Celebrating the Extraordinary with Eugène Ionesco’s The Chairs. Directed by Quintessence’s Artistic Director Alexander Burns, The Chairs, full of absurdist philosophy, witty wordplay and slapstick comedy runs through October 23. Check out photos of the production here.

Super Bad Theater Company Announces Cast of The NEW TEACHER By Dedrick Weathersby
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 13, 2022

Super Bad Theater Company joined forces with NED E. Williams Magnet STEAM Academy on a collaborative effort within Longview Independent School District.


The Treatment has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2006.



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