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BLUE'S CLUES Returns with Joshua Dela Cruz as New Host
by TV News Desk - Sep 13, 2018

Nickelodeon's Blue's Clues has found a new pal for Blue in TV newcomer and Broadway actor Joshua Dela Cruz, and a brand-new title: Blue's Clues & You. Dela Cruz will have a new generation of preschoolers searching for clues with the beloved energetic girl puppy Blue. Production on Blue's Clues & You will commence this month in Toronto. (more...)

Helen Forrester's Son Praises 'Wonderful' New Stage Version Of His Mother's Classic Tale
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2018

The son of much-loved Liverpool author Helen Forrester has given an emotional thumbs-up to a new stage sequel to her best-selling tale Twopence To Cross The Mersey. (more...)

BWW Review: DISNEY'S ALADDIN to Return On Stage
by Zofeen Maqsood - Oct 30, 2018

Disney's Aladdin -- a captivating tale that has impressed readers ands viewers across globe is all set to return on Indian stage.  (more...)

Blac Rabbit Returns to Milford CT on New Tour
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2018

Back by popular demand, Blac Rabbit returns to Milford for the premiere of the MAC's “Emerging Artist” series on Tuesday, October 23rd. These NYC subway buskers made their Connecticut debut at the MAC last Spring after being discovered in January by  New York Nico, the self proclaimed 'Unofficial talent scout of New York City.' Blac Rabbit stuns viewers and audiences with their authentic Beatles covers. This month, while in Central Park, Blac Rabbit received a thumbs up from Ringo. (more...)

by Qianqian Xing - Oct 11, 2018

That is the freedom that I spoke about earlier. Never let the body restrict you. Human bodies have the potential to do anything, if we develop them correctly. Even the most inhuman pointe technique can be something extraordinarily modern. The time they spent on pointe, and the motions they created while en pointe were much longer and more challenging than those typically performed in classical ballet. (more...)

BWW Review: PRINCIPAL DANCER, Regent Street Cinema
by Vikki Jane Vile - Nov 9, 2018

Director Felipe Braga is a much-celebrated talent in Latin America, with his past work including a documentary of the life of Brazilian footballer Neymar (Jr) and other professional athletes. He now turns his attention to Royal Ballet Principal Thiago Soares for his new docu-film Principal Dancer. (more...)

by Marieke van den Wall Bake - Nov 8, 2018

On the 4th of November, the Philharmonic Orchestra of Monte-Carlo (OPMC) invited the audience on a beautiful tour of 'Les Maitres du Classicisme' with not just one performance on the program, but two. With guest conductor Gabor Takacs-Nagy at the helm and guest soloists Pablo Ferrandez (violoncello), and Jean-Efflam Bavouzet (piano) for the first performance in the morning, and Andreas Ottensamer (clarinet) in the afternoon, the particularly windy day filled with Haydn and Mozart simply felt like a gift. (more...)

Go Comedy! Celebrates Its 10 Year Anniversary
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2018

This week, Go Comedy! Improv Theatre celebrates its 10-year anniversary. The award-winning improv theater will host special Go Comedy! reunion shows and All Star Showdowns that will welcome back original cast members from the past decade. Tickets for all Go Comedy! shows are on sale online at or in person starting at 6:00pm Wednesday through Sunday at the Go Comedy! Box Office.      (more...)

BWW Morning Brief November 7th, 2017: SUMMER Begins at La Jolla Playhouse, BROADWAY SALUTES at Sardi's, and More!
by Danielle Ashley - Nov 7, 2017

Good morning, BroadwayWorld! Today's big news: SUMMER begins at La Jolla Playhouse, BROADWAY SALUTES at Sardi's, and more! (more...)

BWW Review: Coyote StageWorks' THE UNDERSTUDY at The Annenberg Theater Brings All The Laughs
by Kay Kudukis - Nov 6, 2018

'The Understudy' at Coyote StageWorks is a theatrical nightmare of comic proportions. (more...)

Street Pharmacy to Release New Single 'Roaming Souls' This January
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2017

Welland, Ontario-based reggae-rock band Street Pharmacy, hard at work putting the finishing touches on their follow-up to 2015's Pharmanomics, have announced an upcoming single, Roaming Souls, due out this December 2017. (more...)

Parov Stelar Shares New Single & Official Video for 'Trouble' feat. Nikki Williams
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2018

Double Platinum and electronic chart topping producer Marcus Fuereder, better known by his stage name Parov Stelar, is Austria's internationally most successful artist. He is called the founder of 'Electro Swing' and his band, the Parov Stelar Band, is in heavy request all over the world. Today he releases “TROUBLE” featuring artist and writer, Nikki Williams through Atlantic Records. (more...)

BWW Review: HEDDATRON at Theater Arts Department Boise State
by Leesa Williams - Nov 14, 2017

Let me start off by saying that Heddatron is not a show that most community theaters would choose for a regular season. It is an Absurdist drama that would have a hard time attracting a general audience. Nevertheless, it is a mesmerizing piece of drama with some unique facets that make it an engaging drama for enthusiasts of theatre. First produced in 2005, it's defining characteristic is the use of 'functioning robots' or at least the semblance of such. (more...)

Planet Rock Presents The Bad Flowers & Federal Charm Co-Headline Tour
by TV News Desk - May 30, 2018

Midlands based hard rock band, The Bad Flowers and Stockport-based blues rockers Federal Charm will co-headline a Planet Rock Presents tour in the UK starting at the Thekla Bristol on Wednesday 19th September finishing up on Sunday 30th September at London's Borderline. Tickets go on sale at 9am Friday 1st June from, and (more...)

Brief 5/14: The Actors Fund Gala, Broadway Bets, and More!
by Stephanie Wild - May 14, 2018

Good morning BroadwayWorld! Today's top stories: The Actors Fun holds its annual gala tonight, and Steve Martin, Michael Cera, Tony Yazbeck, and more will appear at Broadway Bets! (more...)

BWW TV: Carol Channing Gets a Thumbs Up! Sneak Peek of New Art Installation
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 11, 2018

Living legend Carol Channing is getting a one-of-a-kind tribute made up of over 50,000 fingerprints and videos, spawned after the success of the Harvey Milk project in San Francisco. Artist Khoi Nguyen is doing a series of prolific painting/installations of icons like Harvey Milk and Carol Channing that involves interactive technology and consists of thousands of fingerprints from celebrities to the homeless as participants. (more...)

SEX TIPS FOR STRAIGHT WOMEN FROM A GAY MAN Sets Final Off-Broadway Performance
by BWW News Desk - May 10, 2018

Producers Matt Murphy and Shawn Nightingale have announced that pop culture phenomenon & Off-Broadway's longest running comedy Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, will end its New York City run after four and a half years of performances. (more...)

Life is More Fun with Flavorful New McCain' Emoticons and Seasoned Tasti Taters'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2018

Dinner is the perfect time for busy families to disconnect from tech and get together face-to-face. McCain Foods introduces new McCain Emoticons Cheese Flavored Mashed Potato Shapes and Seasoned Tasti Taters to help the whole family connect with flavorful and fun new products. (more...)

BWW Review: A Well-Produced AS WE BABBLE ON Deserves A 'Heart' Emoji & Many 'Thumbs Up' Emojis
by Gil Kaan - Jun 7, 2018

East West Players, in association with the Los Angeles LGBT Center, has another entertaining hit on their hands with the world premiere of playwright Nathan Ramos' AS WE BABBLE ON. Ramos' very clever, contemporary script (lots of screen grabs of texting and emojis) weaves a sometimes funny, sometimes heart-warming, always real tale of Benji, a gay Asian-American comic book artist and his close family of friends. (more...)

Cast Calls Out Audience Members for Watching World Cup During Show... In The Front Row
by Nicole Ciravolo - Jul 6, 2018

On Tuesday night, England faced off with Columbia in the world cup, the game dramatically ending in a penalty shoot-out. However, according to the BBC, two Nottingham theatergoers couldn't wait until the musical they were attending ended - so they watched the game on their phones in the front row. Several cast members of the production Titanic the Musical took to twitter to express their outrage at the two audience members. (more...)

Notes and Quotes From Monster Energy's NASCAR Cup Series Coverage
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2018

NBC Sports Group surrounded the launch of the 2018 NASCAR on NBC season this week with more than 18 hours of trackside coverage from Chicagoland Speedway. Coverage was highlighted by this afternoon's Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series race on NBCSN, which sawKyle Busch and the No. 18 Joe Gibbs Racing Toyota narrowly beat Kyle Larson in the final lap to take the checkered flag. (more...)

BWW Interview: Mormon-Bred Utahn Chase Ramsey to Perform as Elder Cunningham in BOOK OF MORMON Musical on Broadway
by Blair Howell - Jul 19, 2018

While he is not the first actor with a direct connection to the Mormon Church, Chase Ramsey will be the first to take on the Elder Cunningham role in BOOK OF MORMON Musical with firsthand experience as a Mormon missionary. (more...)

Aaron Rodgers Speaks With Peter King FOOTBALL MORNING IN AMERICA Debut Column
by BWW News Desk - Jul 16, 2018

Peter King's new Monday morning NFL column “Football Morning in America” debuted today exclusively on, and included a lengthy interview with Green Bay Packers QB Aaron Rodgers, who discussed his age, upcoming contract, 'Shark Week' and meeting the Dalai Lama. (more...)

by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2019

For most people, the ability to connect with others, be touched, and explore the everyday world doesn't take much effort. It's different though for Christopher Boone-a fifteen-year-old living with autism-because even the simple act of holding a conversation with someone can overload his senses and emotions. What happens when the neighbor's dog is found speared with a garden fork and Christopher becomes a suspect? Find out when The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time comes to Trustus Theatre. This production will feature the Trustus debut of Beck Chandler, the first actor with autism to play the role in the Southeast. It also features British actor Scott Pattison as Christopher's father, and his performance is supported in part by a South Carolina Arts Commission Performance Initiative Grant. Simon Stephens' script adaptation, which won the 2015 Tony for Best Play and was based on the award-winning novel by Mark Haddon, will come to life at Trustus Theatre on Friday, January 18 and will run through Saturday, February 9, 2019. Shows will run Thursday through Sunday for three packed weeks of performances. Tickets may be purchased at, or by calling the Trustus Box Office at 803-254-9732. (more...)

The Royal Alexandra Theatre Will Dim The Marquee Lights To Mark The Passing Of Blanche & Alan Lund And Galt MacDermot
by BWW News Desk - Jan 7, 2019

Two theatre greats died in December 2018, both with history at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.  Dancer and teacher Blanche Lund died on December 1, 2018, and composer Galt MacDermot died on December 17, 2018. Because of the holidays the theatre did not have a chance to properly mark the passing of these remarkable people. We will do so now. (more...)

Don McLean Reflects On 60th Anniversary of Buddy Holly's Death and THE DAY MUSIC DIED
by BWW News Desk - Jan 30, 2019

On February 3, 1959, a chartered aircraft crashed in Mason City, Iowa just minutes after takeoff claiming the lives of Buddy Holly, Ritchie Valens, J.P. “The Big Bopper” Richardson and the pilot, Roger Peterson. The fateful day was coined “The Day The Music Died” by iconic singer and songwriter Don McLean, in his hit song “American Pie.” As the 60th anniversary of the tragic plane crash approaches, McLean has not forgotten the day that inspired his magnum opus. (more...)

BWW Review: WHITE at CV Rep Theater
by Kay Kudukis - Jan 29, 2019

CV Rep's last production at its old space is James iJames' black comedy, White. And what a way to go. (more...)

Flapjack Cadillac's BIG OL' PILE OF TRASH Comes to Adelaide Fringe 2018
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2018

Born out of Montreal's vibrant sketch comedy scene, two JUST FOR LAUGHS Award winning idiots; Al Lafrance (I Think I'm Dead) and Shane Adamczak (The Ballad Of Frank Allen, Sound & Fury) join forces to bring you a Big Ol' Pile Of Trash. From dinosaurs at job interviews to pool-based magicians and the joy of Phil Collins, this may be the dumbest sketch show you'll ever see at this year's Fringe. (more...)

Youth on Stage: CRAZY FOR YOU at Culturehouse Martinus, Review
by Rosanna Liuski - Jan 19, 2019


by BWW News Desk - Jan 18, 2018

Based on the international best-selling book of the same title, this romantic comedy takes the audience on a hilarious and wild ride where no topic is taboo and the insider tips come straight from the source a gay man. Set at a local university auditorium, shy and studious Robyn is the moderator of the English department's monthly meet the authors event. This month's featured author is Dan Anderson of Sex Tips for Straight Women from a Gay Man, but with the help of hunky stage assistant Stefan, Dan turns the event into a highly theatrical, audience interactive, sex tip seminar. (more...)

Eminem Announces Special Guests For RAPTURE 2019 Tour
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2019

The wait is almost over! Rap God, Eminem, will soon grace our shores for four massive stadium shows in Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and Perth in February, before travelling to Wellington in March. (more...)

John Paul White Debuts THE LONG WAY HOME Video via Paste, New Album Due 4/12
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2019

Grammy Award winner John Paul White is premiering the video for “The Long Way Home,” the first single from his upcoming solo album The Hurting Kind, via Paste. Watch the video here and share it via YouTube here. (more...)

VIDEO: Justin Timberlake Discusses Use of Prince Footage in Half Time Performance
by Stage Tube - Feb 5, 2018

Justin Timberlake visited The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon for a special episode after the Super Bowl last night. Justin chats with Jimmy about the nervous tic that slipped out during his halftime performance, nerds out over earning a thumbs-up from The Roots' Questlove for his Prince tribute, and drops hints about his Man of the Woods tour. Watch the full appearance below! (more...)

BWW Review: And In This Corner: Cassius Clay
by Vickie Evans - Feb 23, 2018

A very informative play about the life of one of our greatest sports heroes, Muhammad Ali (formerly known as Cassius Clay). (more...)

BWW Interview: Tony Winner John Lloyd Young Gets Ready for an Epic, Sexy and Mysterious Return to Cafe Carlyle
by Richard Ridge - Feb 14, 2019

Tony Award winner John Lloyd Young returns to Cafe Carlyle with an all-new show, February 19 to March 2. At this residency, he will perform an expertly curated set of rock and pop classics. From the raw emotionality of Roy Orbison the retro cool of 007, Young will bring the iconic room alive with a timelessness, mystery and warmth that hearkens back while heralding into the future and Broadway World's own Richard Ridge caught up with Young a few days before his opening. (more...)

BWW's On This Day - December 27, 2018
by - Dec 27, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 27 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events! (more...)

Go Comedy! To Dedicate Theater In Honor Of Gerald Knight
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2018

Go Comedy! Improv Theater will honor its co-founder, Gerald Knight, who passed away suddenly earlier this year, by naming the building's 90-seat theatre space The Gerald Knight in a free special event Friday, December 21 from 6:30pm - 7:30pm.   (more...)

Abrons Arts Center Announces Spring 2018 Season
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2017

On February 12, 1915, the Abrons Arts Center's Henry Street Settlement Playhouse opened its doors on the Lower East Side. Since that day, it has remained a vital cultural resource, providing audiences with artistically bold work while offering artists opportunities to dynamically grow. The OBIE Award-winning institution has drawn a diverse audience to its historic home at the Henry Street Settlement on the Lower East Side and has garnered a wealth of critical acclaim across artistic disciplines. The work Abrons presents reflects the social and political challenges of our times in ways that are programmatically integrated into broader conversations that affect New York City and beyond. (more...)

BWW Review: Be A Lion: The Third Time's A Charm!
by Vickie Evans - Dec 18, 2018

I had the pleasure to see the award-winning stage play 'Be A Lion', written by Rory D. Sheriff, inspired by the Broadway play, 'The Wiz' for the third time. Be A Lion is the fictitious account of what could have possibly happened in the land of Oz, AFTER the Wiz's sudden departure. It's an urbanized depiction of the modern day lives Dorothy, Scarecrow, The Tin Man, and The Lion, who is on a quest to become the next 'RULER' of Oz, with his trusted side-kick Miles, The Mouse, and LaDawn, the lioness. (more...)

Young Pals Music Releases NYC-Based Producer & Songwriter Ayhan Sahin's New Single 'Where Do You Want To Be Tomorrow' from Award-Winning Album 'Pop'
by BWW News Desk - Aug 5, 2018

To acknowledge the Summer of 2018, Young Pals Music has released the new single 'Where Do You Want To Be Tomorrow' along with its music video (click here). This marks the eight release accompanied by the music video from the upcoming album 'Pop,' the first full-length namesake collection from New York City-based songwriter & producer Ayhan Sahin. The joyous chug-along song hints at the best of 70's acoustic rock, with the insistent snap of percussion, a cascading fan of acoustic guitars, and a surprising injection of horns that help propel the infectious beat to toe-tapping bliss. Hearing 'Where Do You Want To Be Tomorrow,' ELO's Jeff Lynne would most certainly offer an affirming thumbs up. The album 'Pop' features 12+ diverse vocalists & musicians across a myriad of styles, including R&B & soul, dance, jazz, country and of course...pop. All songs are co-written and co-produced by Sahin with hit songwriter Bernadette O'Reilly, who has also worked for three decades in artist relations, management and song placement. Among the songs released under 'Pop' are Randy Jones' dance club anthem, 'Hard Times' that launched at No. 42, as the second-highest entry among five new songs on the Billboard Dance Club Songs chart, for the week of August 26, 2017 with Jones being the only member of the Village People to score a solo hit. Previous single 'Another Bad Mistake' featured lead vocals from beloved disco act Anita Ward, renowned for her seminal No. 1 'Ring My Bell,' which hit the top of the Billboard Hot 100, Disco, and Soul Singles charts in 1979. The album 'Pop' is the first namesake project for award-winning Turkish-born songwriter & producer Sahin. In April, he was awarded The Akademia Music Award for Best Rock Song for 'Pop' single 'Drink' as well as the best music video for 'L.A. Nights.' Meanwhile, he has achieved notoriety in a range of musical genres, from pop, rock and dance to musical theater, while working with Olivia Newton-John, Mexican superstar & Broadway actress Bianca Marroquín, Melba Moore, Phoebe Snow, Turkish superstars Sezen Aksu and Sertab Erener, Sandra Bernhard and five 'American Idol' finalists. He has appeared on Telemundo, while his music has been featured on CNN, The Los Angeles Times, Playbill, MTV, Yahoo! Music and 'The Wendy Williams Show'; and heralded by USA Today, New York magazine, MTV and The New York Daily News. (more...)

Photo Flash: The Doris Dear Special: Like Mother Like Daughter at The Triad Theater
by BWW News Desk - Apr 26, 2018

here were plenty of laughs on April 20th at The Triad Theater in NYC! Doris Dear brought us back to the Rumpus Room once again with her smash hit series of shows 'The Doris Dear Special', this time honoring mothers everywhere. (more...)

by Cindy Marcolina - Apr 26, 2018

Chris Leask has reprised the role of Everybody Else in The Comedy About a Bank Robbery. We met up at the Criterion Theatre and a hilarious interview ensued. (more...)

Backstage with Richard Ridge: From Green Girl to Flower Child to Ice Queen- Caissie Levy Talks FROZEN & More!
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - Apr 25, 2018

'This is the story of my career... I have worked my way up. I am not someone who got out of college and got handed the plum Broadway roles. I started as an understudy. I started in the ensemble. I was on a non-Equity tour, then I got to Broadway after a year in Toronto with Hairspray and eighteen months on tour. I'm playing the long game and I think that has made me a better actor and company member.' (more...)

by Larry O'Brien - Apr 24, 2018

The Gamm Theatre closes its fifteen year run in Pawtucket with Shakespeare's AS YOU LIKE IT, so it was with mixed emotions that I turned right onto Exchange St. last Saturday, for the last time to be squeezed into the lyric, little bandbox of a theater. Fear not, theatergoers, they're not going away, just going to Warwick, where I trust they will continue to produce some of the most entertaining, interesting and thought provoking theater you can find. They chose to go out with Shakespeare and once again have found a new way to look at a play and led us to a new way to look at reality. It's what they do there. (more...)

by Ron Bierman - Apr 13, 2018

Cristian Macelaru made a favorable impression as guest conductor here last year and was scheduled to return again, a sign that he may have been on the short list of possible choices for Jahja Ling's replacement. But the San Diego Symphony has selected Venezuelan conductor Rafael Payare as its new music director. That may have been a factor in M?celaru's decision to step in for Franz Welser-Most with the Gewandhaus Orchestra instead of appearing at the Jacobs Music Center in San Diego this past weekend. Not a problem. Young American conductor Case Scaglione did not disappoint as Macelaru's replacement. (more...)

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