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Interview: Laural Meade on MS. TUCKER WILL SEE YOU NOW Celebrating the Life and Bawdy Humor of Sophie Tucker
by Shari Barrett - Sep 20, 2023

In her tribute cabaret/theater act, Ms. Tucker Will See You Now, Los Angeles native Laural Meade shares her admiration of Jazz great Sophie Tucker by performing her rollicking songs, bawdy stories, and dirty jokes at the historic Gardenia Supper Club in Hollywood. It’s your chance to travel back to the glory days when such intimate settings were common place, both during and after Prohibition, where regular folks could hang out with Hollywood greats to enjoy an evening of dinner, drinks, music, and laughter in the presence of The Last of the Red Hot Mamas, a moniker Ms. Tucker earned throughout her lifetime.I spoke with Laural about the creation of her Sophie Tucker tribute show.

Lehman's Announces 2023 Summer Thru Fall Events
by Blair Ingenthron - Jul 30, 2023

For family fun close to home, plan a visit to Lehman's, on the square in the tiny village of Kidron (about an hour south of Cleveland). Voted the Best Destination in Ohio's Amish Country five years in a row, this iconic old-time general store was founded in 1955 by Jay Lehman to serve the local Amish with practical tools and appliances.

Feature: ARTBEAT ENTERTAINMENT'S LAST BAND STANDING at Central Cabaret & Nightclub
by Theresa Bertram - Jun 27, 2023

Artbeat Entertainment's Battle of the Bands Last Band Standing Big Finale at Central Cabaret & Nightclub in downtown Hot Springs crowned its newest champion. Read on to find out about the sizzling competition, the winner, and the amazing musical talent showcased throughout the night.

The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College Announces 2022-2023 Season Featuring David Sedaris, Rob Mathes & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 14, 2022

The Performing Arts Center, Purchase College will welcome audiences back into their theatres to experience live, world-class performing arts starting in October of 2022. True to their legacy of sharing new work alongside established virtuosity, the 2022-2023 Re-Opening Season will activate old artistic partnerships and build new friendships.

Interview: Bruce Jackson And Yuri Hreshchychyn on DAKHABRAKHA and the film EARTH at ArtPark
by Ilana Lucas - Jul 11, 2022

DakhaBrakha returns to ArtPark July 14th for a reception, fundraising concert, and talkback. Originating from the Ukrainian experimental theatre group, Dakh, under the artistic direction of Vladislav Troitsky, the band of four friends has played worldwide in a mission to spread and celebrate Ukrainian culture.

DIM SUM HOUSE BY JANE G'S Announces Third Location Coming to Liberty Square in Northern Liberties and Fishtown, Philadelphia
by Marina Kennedy - Apr 6, 2022

Jane Guo and Jackson Fu announce a brand new third location for Dim Sum House by Jane G's coming to Liberty Square at 1214 N. American Street.

Broadway Community Reacts to Stephen Sondheim's Passing
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 26, 2021

In the wake of Stephen Sondheim's passing, there has been an outpouring of grief from the Broadway community and beyond. Read them all here.

BWW Review: With EXTRA! EXTRA! At The Triad Scott Raneri Proves He Can Play The Lead
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 26, 2021

With power notes like the ones displayed in his new show, Scott Raneri is completely cast-able in musical theater, which is most of what he talks about in his show about being an extra.

How Theatres Everywhere Are Celebrating Black History Month
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 9, 2021

This February, BroadwayWorld is committed to celebrating the outstanding contributions that Black artists have made to the American theatre. How can you tune in for Black History month programming? We've rounded up just a few events that highlight that legacy.

Theater Stories: THE PAJAMA GAME's Box Office Record, Diane Paulus' 1776 Revival & More About The American Airlines Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 20, 2020

This week's Theater Stories features the American Airlines Theatre! Learn about the Tony-winning plays to grace the stage, including 12 Angry Men, The Constant Wife and more; the theatre's upcoming shows 1776 and Birthday Candles, and much more!

BWW Exclusive: THE 101 GREATEST PROTEST SONGS OF ALL TIME - with Bob Dylan, Aretha Franklin, John Lennon, Kendrick Lamar & More
by Peter Nason - Jun 18, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the 101 greatest protest songs from 1939-2020. See if your favorite songs or artists made the list!

BWW Exclusive: The 101 Greatest MOVIE MUSICALS of All Time
by Peter Nason - Mar 30, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the best film musicals since the sound era began; see if your favorites made the list!

The 101 Greatest Showtunes from 1920-2020
by Peter Nason - Mar 19, 2020

How do we make a list of the 101 greatest show tunes from the past 100 years? Well, we did the near-impossible task.  Check out our full list here! 

BWW Feature: Seven Date Night Recommendations for a Sensational Valentine's Day
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 2, 2020

With Valentine's Day right around the corner, it's time to get your date night plans in order. BroadwayWorld is ready to help with our top recommendations for a theatre night out on the town. It doesn't matter if you're looking to impress your sweetie, meet up with friends, or escape the daily grind on your own, these productions will certainly sweeten the day.

Sofi Tukker Shares New Version of 'Swing' Feat. Australian Rapper Allday
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 10, 2020

SOFI TUKKER are kicking off 2020 by sharing a new version of their single “Swing” from their Dancing On the People EP which features Australian rapper Allday. The MC, who has had a string of three top ten albums in his native Australia, brings an escalating flow on the verge of combusting over the song's dramatic strings and ominous chant adapted from Brazilian poet Chacal.

Black Violin, THE ILLUSIONISTS, And The Battle Of The Big Bands Highlight MPAC Programming May 16-18
by Julie Musbach - Apr 16, 2019

Black Violin brings their 2019 http://blackviolin.net/shows/ to Mayo Performing Arts Center on Thursday, May 16 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $29-$59.

Sierra Stages Announces 2019 Season Including HAND TO GOD, CABARET, and More
by Stephi Wild - Jan 23, 2019

In 2019, Sierra Stages begins its second decade of presenting quality local theater in Grass Valley and Nevada City with three provocative shows: The legendary musical "Cabaret", the black comedy "Hand to God", and the intimate musical revue "You're Gonna Love Tomorrow: A Stephen Sondheim Evening".

Empire State Building And STATE Grill And Bar Launch #EmpireLightsWich Ice Cream Sandwich Contest
by Marina Kennedy - Nov 6, 2017

STATE Grill and Bar (STATE), the flagship restaurant of the Empire State Building (ESB), today announced the launch of its #EmpireLightsWich contest. The contest, which invites foodies to share their best Instagram-worthy shots of STATE's signature ice cream sandwich the Empire Lights'wich, will run from November 6 through December 4.

King Kullen Celebrates Family Fun Month
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 18, 2017

Summer days spent with family are priceless. Since August is Family Fun Month, King Kullen, Long Island's original family-owned supermarket, has put together suggestions for enjoying the season of sunshine. Add trying something new to this summer's bucket list. Whether it's a new recipe or activity, everyone in the family can join in on the fun.

Photo Flash: San Francisco Opera's ANDREA CHENIER
by Liz Cearns - Sep 9, 2016

San Francisco Opera's 2016-17 Season opens Friday, September 9 with a gala performance of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chenier in a new production by Sir David McVicar. Company Music Director Nicola Luisotti leads a stellar cast, including three international stars making their San Francisco Opera debuts in the demanding lead roles: South Korean tenor Yonghoon Lee in the title role, Italian soprano Anna Pirozzi as Maddalena di Coigny and Georgian baritone George Gagnidze as Carlo Gerard. The opening night festivities are distinguished by San Francisco Opera Guild's glamorous Opera Ball 2016: La Revolution et L'Amour and BRAVO! Club's Annual Opening Night Gala. The opening of the Company's 94th season also marks the beginning of Matthew Shilvock's inaugural season as General Director. Shilvock is the seventh General Director in the Company's history.

ANDREA CHENIER to Open San Francisco Opera Season, Today
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO (July 22, 2016)—San Francisco Opera's 2016–17 Season opens Today, September 9 with a gala performance of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chénier in a new production by Sir David McVicar. Company Music Director Nicola Luisotti leads a stellar cast, including three international stars making their San Francisco Opera debuts in the demanding lead roles: South Korean tenor Yonghoon Lee in the title role, Italian soprano Anna Pirozzi as Maddalena di Coigny and Georgian baritone George Gagnidze as Carlo Gérard. The opening night festivities are distinguished by San Francisco Opera Guild's glamorous Opera Ball 2016: La Révolution et L'Amour and BRAVO! Club's Annual Opening Night Gala. The opening of the Company's 94th season also marks the beginning of Matthew Shilvock's inaugural season as General Director. Shilvock is the seventh General Director in the Company's history.

San Francisco Opera to Open 94th Season With ANDREA CHENIER
by BWW News Desk - Sep 9, 2016

San Francisco Opera's 2016-17 Season opens Today, September 9 with a gala performance of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chénier in a new production by Sir David McVicar.

BWW Interview: Julie Charnet in DECADES: THE LADIES OF JAZZ at the Ethical Society of Philadelphia
by Donna Marie Nowak - Aug 18, 2016

Philadelphia chanteuse Julie Charnet brings her blend of jazz and swing to the Ethical Society of Philadelphia and other venues.

Acrobats, Broadway's FUN HOME, Jazz Greats and More Slated for Kimmel Center's 2016-17 Season
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2016

The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts announces programming for the 2016-17 season featuring internationally-acclaimed superstars in rock, dance, comedy, and jazz; family shows as part of the Family Discovery Series, returning favorites, the best of touring Broadway, and more!

ANDREA CHENIER to Open San Francisco Opera Season, 9/9
by Matt Smith - Jul 25, 2016

SAN FRANCISCO (July 22, 2016)—San Francisco Opera's 2016–17 Season opens Friday, September 9 with a gala performance of Umberto Giordano's Andrea Chénier in a new production by Sir David McVicar. Company Music Director Nicola Luisotti leads a stellar cast, including three international stars making their San Francisco Opera debuts in the demanding lead roles: South Korean tenor Yonghoon Lee in the title role, Italian soprano Anna Pirozzi as Maddalena di Coigny and Georgian baritone George Gagnidze as Carlo Gérard. The opening night festivities are distinguished by San Francisco Opera Guild's glamorous Opera Ball 2016: La Révolution et L'Amour and BRAVO! Club's Annual Opening Night Gala. The opening of the Company's 94th season also marks the beginning of Matthew Shilvock's inaugural season as General Director. Shilvock is the seventh General Director in the Company's history.

Three's a Crowd FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Practising Up on You
Something to Remember You By
Out in the Open Air
Je T'Aime
Talkative Toes
All the King's Horses
Body and Soul
The Moment I Saw You
Forget All Your Books
Yaller
Night After Night
Right at the Start of It
The California Collegians
Fred Allen's North Pole Skit
The Nutshell
The Event
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