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by Tyler Peterson - Sep 15, 2013
Yesterday's photos featured a crop of shots from the EVITA national tour, the cast of MATILDA bidding farewell to Tamika Lawrence, CINDERELLA celebrating the show's covers, plus shots from THE JUNGLE BOOK at Huntington Theatre Company, SOUL DOCTOR, and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 1, 2022
Westport Country Playhouse has announced its upcoming 93rd Season, from April to November 2023, featuring five productions, including a musical, “Ain’t Misbehavin’; a thriller, “Dial ‘M’ for Murder”; a comedy, “School Girls; or, The African Mean Girls Play”; and a classic, “Antigone.”
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 20, 2015
BOSTON, Oct. 20, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ This is a focused, clear, and sometimes amusing narrative of John H. Taber, a New York lieutenant attached to the 168 th Infantry of the 42 nd Division (Rainbow). Taber records his dealing with superiors and enlisted men, billets in French and German towns, life in the trenches, intense shelling, machine gun fire, gas warfare, and leaves to Paris, the occupation of Germany, and his return to New York.
by Matt Smith - Oct 12, 2016
Liza's got it all in for herself in this week's installment (and yes, I know I say that every week, but with this show and her predicament, would you really expect anything less?) After settling everything by 'roasting marshmallows' with Josh, Liza gives him a break this week (once again, to contemplate their relationship) but also to head back to New Jersey once again. And no, she's not pickin' up any truffle butter this time 'round; she's going to cash in on a brilliant idea to save a bookstore… with less than favorable results. (Okay, yes, I know I say that every week, too, but seriously.. come on! Have you seen the show?!) Meanwhile, Kelsey heads back into the dating scene, Lauren ends up in a dating dilemma… and somewhere in there, Diana passes out. It's all ahead (or behind), so if you're intrigued…. read on, read on!!
by Matt Smith - Nov 30, 2016
So, apparently… while we're finishing up our turkey leftovers, prepping for a visit from the big man with the bag, and above all, bracing for snow… it's bright and shiny summer in the YOUNGER-verse. But while the weather outside may not be frightful… it's not quite all fun in the sun for Liza and Kelsey, who find themselves in hot water after a deal to secure Colin's manuscript goes rather awry. Ruh roh. 
by Julie Musbach - Nov 28, 2018
Adventure Theatre MTC (ATMTC), recent recipient of the Weissberg Foundation's 2016-2019 Fund for Diversity in Theater to engage and expand new voices and audiences in DC-area theatres, announces its commitment to a goal of 50% people of color representation (artists, designers and technicians) in its professional theatre season to better reflect the diversity of our audiences and community. This commitment is part of its EDI initiatives which includes a new Fellowship program for Assistant Directors who are people of color and working with a consensus organizer on its production of Huckleberry Finn's Big River. Recognizing a need in the industry for equity and diversity and to reflect the highly diverse DC and Montgomery County area, Adventure Theatre MTC has already upheld this commitment with its current production of Blueberries for Sal cast and creative team.
by Juan Michael Porter II - Nov 26, 2019
Fifteen years, two goodbyes, and a reunion of dancers: that's how Miro Magloire celebrated the 15th season of New Chamber Ballet. Those goodbyes included founding member Elizabeth Brown and ten year veteran Sarah Atkins, both of whom have blessed the company with virtuosity and spiritual purity in their dancing.
by Ellen Dostal - May 7, 2018
What made the Hot List? BLUES IN THE NIGHT at Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts, ICE at 24th STreet Theatre, LOST IN THE LIGHT by CRE Outrach at The Blue Door in Culver City, SCHOOL OF ROCK at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre, THROUGH THE EYE OF A NEEDLE at The Road Theatre Company on Lankershim, and SOUTH PACIFIC at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts. Check out the latest buzz below and go see a show! Reviews by BWW Sr. Editor Ellen Dostal (LADCC).
by Ellen Dostal - May 5, 2018
As kid musicals go, SCHOOL OF ROCK isn't half bad. It falls somewhere between ANNIE and MATILDA on the Richter scale of stories about downtrodden kids overcoming obstacles to win in the end. It's got enough emotional oomph to tug on your heartstrings and it gives you plenty of reasons to happily cheer the underdogs on. It's also making stars out of its young cast members, right and left.
by Richard Sasanow - May 30, 2022
Is there another Shakespearean drama filled with as many quotable quotes as “Hamlet” (even when they’re used out of context and given a foreign meaning)? But “To be or not to be” is surely the most referenced and, certainly, in the new operatic HAMLET currently at the Met by Brett Dean and Matthew Jocelyn, in Neil Armfield’s thoughtful, urgent production, it's given the best showcase. Indeed, it helps shed a different light on the hero of the story.
by Charles Shubow - May 3, 2013
Another Pulitzer Prize winning play in Baltimore will help fill the seats at the new Everyman Theatre space.
by Marina Kennedy - May 23, 2018
With summer on the way, it's three cheers for donuts at Dunkin', as the brand delights donut devotees with a trio of terrific ways to sweeten the start of the season. First, Dunkin' Donuts will ring in one of its favorite days of the year National Donut Day on Friday, June 1 st by once again offering guests a free classic donut of their choice(while supplies last) with the purchase of any beverage. The offer is good all day on June 1 st at participating Dunkin' Donuts restaurants nationwide on classic donut favorites including Boston Kreme, Glazed, Glazed Chocolate and Strawberry Frosted with Sprinkles.
by Richard Sasanow - May 22, 2021
Any of the wonderful mezzos who appear on the NY Festival of Song’s “How About Those Mezzos!” gala could easily be called “a girl singer” --as in “the females who used to sing with the Big Bands in the ‘40s”--as well under their usual hats as opera singers. The proof: There wasn’t an aria to be heard on the program (which will be available on demand through the end of the month), co-hosted by NYFOS chief Steven Blier and mezzo Rebecca Jo Loeb, an up and comer to watch. (Blier also supplied the piano accompaniment on a half dozen entries.) They sang everything from Edith Piaf, Reynaldo Hahn and Alberto Ginastera to Antonio Carlos Jobim and Irving Berlin, all in styles that sounded little like anything you might hear at the Met, Covent Garden or the Wiener Staatsoper. There were songs in French, English, Brazilian and Spanish, with the singers at home in everything they sang
by Matt Smith - May 21, 2015
So, here we are. After nine months and 23 episodes, we've arrived at the MODERN FAMILY season finale. And the Dunphy-Delgado-Tucker-Pritchetts are going out with a bang, capping two season-long story arcs — the first, of course, being Alex's send-off to college, which we/she has been preparing for all season; and the second being the long-awaited climax of the Andy/Haley relationship (and climax it does!!). Of course, just because they have to — I mean, come on, it's MODERN FAMILY! — the episode's peppered with a variety of subplots, showcasing the rest of the clan at their very best. Wanna see what I mean? Just read on. :-) 
by Matt Smith - May 19, 2015
Hey, all you YOUNGER fans! Excited for this week's recap? Ready to see what kind of trouble Liza gets herself into this week? With a return to 40-year-old life for her both physically and mentally, she's headed for a doozie! (Okay, I know I've said that before, but considering she's a woman who, week after week, continues to masquerade as someone 14 years her junior, would you really expect anything less than that?!) Onto our weekly rehash: 
by Richard Sasanow - May 17, 2013
The regular season just ended for the Metropolitan Opera--all that's left is a series of HD rebroadcasts on Lincoln Center Plaza and a couple of low profile concerts in New York City parks--and it's time for a look back at what kind of season it was. With seven new productions and 21 other operas in rep during a season that ran from the end of September to mid-May, the Met was nothing if not far-reaching in its repertoire. And that's the way it should be. But how did its ambitions work out?
by Richard Sasanow - May 1, 2018
Can you imagine coming out on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera--facing an audience of about 4000 and be ready to sing without really much of a chance to warm up? That takes guts--and it's what the nine finalists in the Met's National Council Auditions Grand Final Concert did on Sunday, April 29. At stake? A grand push forward for the careers in opera that they've dreamed about. (There was also some money involved: $15,000 apiece for the winners, $5,000 each for the runs up.)
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 27, 2019
There's lots to enjoy in the Met's revival of DIE WALKURE, the second part of Richard Wagner's great tetralogy, DER RING DES NIBELUNGEN, better known simply as Wagner's Ring Cycle, which had its first performance of the season on Monday night--all five hours of it!--under the pulsating control of Philippe Jordan and the Met orchestra in full throttle. The thrills started with the entrance of soprano Christine Goerke as Brunnhilde, tenor Stuart Skelton and soprano Eva Marie Westbroek as the incestuous Siegmund and Sieglinde, the clarion mezzo Jamie Barton as Fricka, goddess of marriage. For sheer pleasure and delight, however, there's nothing that beats the best-known section of the opera, “The Ride of the Valkyries,” which opens Act III.
by Richard Sasanow - Mar 2, 2020
When I recently interviewed Lisette Ororpesa, just before her first Violetta at the Met, she told me that people are always asking her “Isn't TRAVIATA an opera for three different sopranos? One soprano per act?” and her answer is: “Yeah, if you want to look at it that way...' She proved that she didn't need any help from a doppelganger in pulling off all the varied aspects of Verdi's courtesan, with a stellar performance.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2013
Musicals Tonight presents its spring 2013 season at The Lion Theatre, featuring Strike Up the Band!, Same Time, Next Year - The Musical and Leave It to Jane. Scroll below for more details.
by Richard Sasanow - Jun 22, 2017
Well, three cheers for On Site Opera, for completing its trilogy of works based on Beaumarchais' 18th century 'Figaro' plays and digging deep into the repertoire to deliver some lesser known works. First, a BARBIERE DI SIVIGLIA not by Rossini (theirs, by Giovanni Paisiello) and then a FIGARO not by Mozart (instead, Marcos Portugal). This week, the whip-smart company presented the American premiere, in partnership with the Darius Milhaud Society, of Milhaud's LA MERE COUPABLE (THE GUILTY MOTHER), based on the least known and, to some, the unknown, among the Beaumarchais plays.
by Herbert Paine - Jun 22, 2015
In its first-time festival of the works of women playwright's, The Bridge Initiative features the world premiere of Kat Ramsburg's Anatomy of a Hug, a gripping statement about the emotional miles that can divide the human heart. Allison Sell is the sharp knife of this play, delivering a riveting and stirring performance.
by Macon Prickett - Jun 13, 2018
Food Network celebrates the season this July with all-new summer series and competitions along with returning favorites. First, Ridiculous Cakes returns for a new season with even more over-the-top cake creations on Monday, July 9th at 10pm & 10:30pm. Guy Fieri is putting a new spin onDiners, Drive-Ins and Dives and checking in on some of his all-time favorite spots on Triple D Nation beginningFriday, July 13th at 9pm. Then, Mark Anderson and Ryan Fey are on the road indulging in some of their favorite comfort foods like juicy burgers and homemade pasta on the new series Comfort Food Tourpremiering with back-to-back episodes on Saturday, July 21st at 8pm & 8:30pm. It is a race to the finish as The Great Food Truck Race returns with a new batch of seven teams heading out to the wild west with Tyler Florence on the season premiere on Thursday, July 26th at 9pm. Eddie Jackson is pitting six of the country's best summer cooks against each other to see who can make the best-of-the-best summer specialties on the new series Ultimate Summer Cook-Off premiering Sunday, July 29th at 10pm. Then, four top grilling regions in the country will be represented in the Chopped kitchen on a new season of Chopped Grill Masters onTuesday, July 31st at 9pm. Also, catch new episodes of Beat Bobby Flay, Dallas Cakes, Food Network Star, Guy's Grocery Games, Iron Chef America, and Wedding Cake Championship. In daytime, Trisha's Southern Kitchen returns with an all new season on Saturday, July 21st at 10:30am, plus catch premieres of Baked in Vermont, The Kitchen and The Pioneer Woman. will have you grilling up a storm this Fourth of July. Join the Food Network conversation on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and Snapchat Discover.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 27, 2020
If 'well-behaved women seldom make history,' then LUNA AURA is writing a whole new history book with her forthcoming EP, THREE CHEERS FOR THE AMERICAN BEAUTY.
by Rebecca Russo - Jul 20, 2016
San Francisco's cutting-edge and highly acclaimed experimentalCutting Ball Theater kicks off its 18th season with Avant GardARAMA! an all-in-one performance festival of seven short experimental plays showcasing the work of Bay Area directors. One of these short plays, a winning submission from a Cutting Ball Theater writer's workshop, is penned by a 16 year old student from San Francisco's celebrated Ruth Asawa San Francisco School of the Arts and directed by one of his instructors. Avant GardARAMA! runs October 5 - 23 at Cutting Ball's venue at the EXIT on Taylor (located at 277 Taylor Street at Ellis). Preview is October 5, Press Night is October 6, and Gala Opening Night is October 7. Tickets for all performances through October 23, ranging in price from $15 to $60, are on sale now at or by calling 415-525-1205.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Jan 28, 2014
Sophie Treadwell's expressionist masterpiece Machinal, directed by Lyndsey Turner opened Thursday, January 16 at the American Airlines Theatre. The New York Times raves "A thrill! Rebecca Hall burns bright in her illuminating Broadway debut" and Time Out New York declares "5 stars! If you care about American theatre, go now!" Read what the critics have been saying about Roundabout's revival of Machinal below. Let us know your thoughts on the show by leaving a comment on this post.
by Tyler Peterson - Jan 19, 2015
Florida Repertory Theatre has announced the opening of Fascinatin' Gershwin, a glamorous evening at the theatre that celebrates the music that defined a generation.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 17, 2014
Saturday, January 18 1pm • Carol Smith • From the Heart Albuquerque poet reads from her work. More » 3pm • Maxine Davenport • Murder Times Two Mystery with a female detective, set in Ada, Oklahoma, during the 1960s. More »
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2014
This weekend, New Yorkers brought their Christmas trees to over 80 locations across the city for the 18th annual MulchFest. NYC Parks, partnering with the Department of Sanitation, GreeNYC, and numerous community organizations, provides New Yorkers with the opportunity to mulch their Christmas trees into wood chips that will be used to nourish parks and gardens throughout the city. Participants were also invited to take a free bag of mulch home. This year's MulchFest recycled a record-breaking 30,109 trees. Scroll down for photos!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2016
The 2016 Apprentice/Intern Company evening of new ten-minute plays, THE TENS runs today, January 12, through January 16 in the Victor Jory Theatre at Actors Theatre of Louisville.
by Walter McBride - Jan 11, 2020
Join us for another photo flashback! Today, we're taking a look back into our archives with this photo of Patsy Kelly attending the opening night of Sugar Babies on October 8, 1979 at the Mark Helinger Theatre in New York City.
by Matt Smith - Jan 11, 2015
Film and television stars (and audiences) are sure to come out in droves when funny ladies Tina Fey and Amy Poehler take the stage for a final time (so they say!) to host the Golden Globes, tonight on NBC at 8pm/7c. While the annual ceremony wouldn't be as geared toward theatre people as, say, the Tony Awards (June 7th on CBS for those who need a heads-up), this year is a bit different, with a collection of nominees having Broadway experience, and a few films up for nods having ties to theatre as well.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 10, 2014
Saturday, January 11 3pm • Merri Rudd • Life Planning in New Mexico Guide to New Mexico law on powers of attorney, end of life issues and more. More »
by Sally Henry Fuller - Feb 7, 2016
Theater Works presents The Best Things In Life Are Free, a tribute to Ray Henderson this Wednesday, February 10 at 7:30pm.
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 18, 2015
On Saturday, February 7, Chance Theater's Board of Directors, staff and resident artists held a special event to honor their major capital campaign donors and give them a literal standing ovation. The guest of honor at the event was community leader, Bette Aitken, whose husband Wylie surprised her last year with a $250,000 gift to the Chance to name the theater's new home after her.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2013
Musicals Tonight has just announced its spring 2013 season at The Lion Theatre, featuring Strike Up the Band!, Same Time, Next Year - The Musical and Leave It to Jane. Scroll below for more details.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 1, 2019
Get all the scoop on Food Network's February Highlights!
by Alan Henry - Dec 9, 2019
This past Saturday was the best day ever because Nickelodeon aired The Spongebob Musical: Live on Stage, a filmed version of the Broadway musical, which reunited members of the original cast. Now that we've all had a sufficient amount of time to recover from the excitement of the big night, we're sure you have opinions to share on social media, and we've got all the best Bikini Bottom moments from Saturday night for you to upgrade your tweets! Check out all the gifs!
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 6, 2017
Nothing beats sitting in the opera house for the thrill of hearing singers giving their all. But the new recording of Berlioz's LES TROYENS (THE TROJANS), conducted by John Nelson, comes pretty close. Taken from a couple of live concert performances in Strasbourg, France, at the Salle Erasme, with a cast headed by mezzo Joyce DiDonato as Dido (Didon, en francais), tenor Michael Spyres as Aeneas (Enee) and Marie-Nicole Lemieux as Cassandra (Cassandre) plus that famed Trojan horse--brings us all the chills and thrills we could want, short of being there.
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 3, 2013
Off-Broadway's award-winning Irish Repertory Theatre just announced the world premiere production of the new musical TRANSPORT. With book and lyrics by world-renowned Australian author Thomas Keneally (Schindler's List, the acclaimed book on which the Oscar-winning film is based) and music by Larry Kirwan (founder of the iconic New York City band Black 47), TRANSPORT follows the uneasy ocean voyage of Irish women who were sentenced and then exiled to the relatively uninhabited south coast of Australia in the mid-19th Century. TRANSPORT has direction and set design by three-time Tony Award-winning director and designer Tony Walton, and choreography by Barry McNabb (Irish Rep's FINIAN'S RAINBOW, STREETS OF NEW YORK). TRANSPORT will be performed February 7ththrough April 6th, 2014 on the Francis J. Greenburger Mainstage of the Irish Repertory Theatre (132 West 22nd Street). The Press Opening is scheduled forFebruary 16th.
by Richard Sasanow - Dec 20, 2014
A funny thing happened on the way to Handel's MESSIAH: That would be Monty Python's LIFE OF BRIAN, transformed from the film by Eric Idle (the jokes) and John Du Prez (the music) into NOT THE MESSIAH (HE'S A VERY NAUGHTY BOY). This comic oratorio resulted in a very jolly evening, which The Collegiate Chorale brought to Carnegie Hall, under conductor and director Ted Sperling.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2015
Artistic Director Les Waters and Managing Director Jennifer Bielstein are proud to announce the 2016 lineup for the Apprentice/Intern Company evening of new ten-minute plays. The Tens runs January 12-16 in the Victor Jory Theatre at Actors Theatre of Louisville.
by Heather Nadolny - Aug 27, 2015
Scena Theatre's gender-bending THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST is a great idea conceptually, but some performances and technical choices ultimately take away from the production.
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 22, 2016
There's something abuzzat Red Robin Gourmet Burgers and Brews this fall! Available now through Nov. 6, the Gourmet Burger Authority is bringing the comforts of the season to guests with innovative new limited time menu items including The Bee's Knees Chicken Finest, Red Robin's sweet and spicy twist on chicken and waffles, and S'mored Sweet Potato Fries, perfect for a starter or dessert. The casual dining chain is also expanding its Red's Tavern Menu with a Cheese Lover's Lineup featuring three new menu items loaded with melty goodness, each for only $6.99.
by Guest Blogger: Rachel Louise Thomas - Aug 10, 2015
Hello magical lovers of the theatre! Oh happy day of dreaming big to you! Last week was yet another glorious well-lived and fun-filled week for us here at Transcendence! 
by BWW Prompts - Apr 6, 2020
We want to hear from you! We're starting #BwayWorldPrompts, where each day we'll be asking our readers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram questions to spark some theater conversation.
by Tyler Peterson - Apr 19, 2016
Playwrights Foundation have  announced the lineup for 39th Annual Bay Area Playwrights Festival (BAPF), which will run July 15-24, 2016 at Custom Made Theatre in the heart of San Francisco's Theater District.
by Peter Nason - Apr 16, 2020
The Beatles! Rihanna! Michael Jackson! Johnny Cash! Kanye West! The Rolling Stones! Aretha Franklin! Bob Dylan! Miles Davis! Nirvana! BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the greatest albums from the rock and rap era (1950-2020); see if your favorites made the grade!

Three Cheers Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Three Cheers have their been?
Three Cheers has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.

What productions of Three Cheers have their been?
Three Cheers has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.

What productions of Three Cheers have there been?
Three Cheers has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1928.