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by Stephi Wild - Sep 8, 2022
Comedian, actor, writer, director and Kid in The Hall, Bruce McCulloch announces the off-Broadway return of his much-loved, one-man show, Bruce McCulloch: Tales of Bravery and Stupidity, running October 14-29 at SoHo Playhouse following his two-week run in June. 
by Gil Kaan - Sep 3, 2021
The highly anticipated, much delayed Los Angeles production of HAMILTON has finally opened to full houses of enthusiastic and appreciative audiences. London transplant Jamael Westman heads this cast currently at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre reprising his Olivier Award-nominated role of the titular Alexander Hamilton. Had the chance to chat with Jamael (pronounced ‘Ja-mel’) a few hours before he headed to the Pantages for his Wednesday evening performance.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 10, 2021
Featuring interviews with cast and creative team members of Broadway's returning shows, Back on Broadway will highlight how members of Broadway shows are preparing for live performances, what they've learned from the last year and half, what is most exciting to them about Broadway's long-awaited return, and much more!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 7, 2022
The UVA Department of Drama will open its 2022-2023 season with renowned playwright Kate Hamill’s boldly playful take on Jane Austen’s first novel, Sense and Sensibility.
by Rosanna Liuski - Oct 5, 2021
UA Talks X Kansis is an 'Artist café and discussion club open to all', an event organized by Urban Apa. This time it was located at Vallila's Kansallisteatteri, Finnish National Theatre. I took part as an audience member (later as a questioner) and now want to share some bits of the evening's discussions on art, theatre, collective and institutions - the fears and dreams of them.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 28, 2022
Goldie Dver has been in the business of music and enertainment for years, but 2022 is her year for a SWEET BEGINNING.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 27, 2021
Today, Apollo Brown & Stalley announced their new collaborative album, Blacklight, which will be released on November 19-21 via Mello Music Group. 
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 23, 2022
Somi is preparing to make her debut performance at Carnegie Hall with her own band on November 18.  This highly-anticipated debut concert will offer a transatlantic mix of modern jazz, soul, and African pop, calling upon Somi's all-star tribute to the great “Mama Africa” on Zenzile.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 10, 2022
spooks & SPECTRES: Haunting Tales of Halloween, presented by the Phoenix Theatre and Arts Company, is a brand new, completely original production!
by Eleni Cashell - Nov 26, 2021
Following its transfer to the Duke Of York’s Theatre, playwright Joel Horwood talks taking Neil Gaiman's classic story from page to stage.
by Peter Danish - Nov 19, 2020
Hershey Felder's latest livestream - one of his most deeply personal - airs this Sunday, November 22nd, 2020 at 5pm Pacific | 7pm Central | 8pm Eastern. As he prepares for the livestream, he took a few moments to talk with about the show and the state of theater during the pandemic.
by Carol Kassie - Nov 18, 2021
Actor/Playwright Tom Dugan's new play, Tell Him It's Jackie will have its premiere South Florida run from December 15th through December 19th at the Mizner Park Cultural Center in Boca Raton.  The play received rave reviews when it debuted in Los Angeles in Dugan's own 'Backyard Playhouse' in 2020.
by Michael Major - Nov 16, 2022
“Adonis” is a song about no-good boyfriends which Adi describes as “an intervention from your girlfriend.” Sonically, the track blends soul-powered vocals with trumpet-laced jazz rhythms and retro-futurist production that has become a hallmark of Adi’s production work with her partner Morgan Wiley under the moniker Nightshade.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 14, 2021
smEach month, BWW is spotlighting stage managers from all across the political spectrum, shedding a much-deserved light on the breadth of duties afforded these theatrical jacks-of-all-trades and the heart, hope, and humor they bring to their work. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 10, 2022
With the hustle and bustle of the holiday season already upon us, The Ritz Theatre Company prepares to present the enchanting Golden Age musical She Loves Me, a perfect rom-com show for 'the most wonderful time of the year.' Directed and choreographed by Roberta Curless, the production runs at The Ritz from December 2nd through December 18th.
by Stephi Wild - May 19, 2021
Rising Phoenix Repertory has announced that Larry Powell is the recipient of this year’s Cornelia Street American Playwriting Award. The honor is presented to an emerging playwright of exceptional work ethic, character, and talent. 
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - Mar 24, 2022
Will there probably always be issues with people looking down on dramaturgs? Yes. But, do I feel better now about where I stand in the industry and with my peers? Also yes. The confidence that I've gained in my work has allowed me to find my place in this community and know that I deserve it just as much as every other person in the room. 
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 19, 2022
Heading into a weekend performance of her acclaimed RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN show, Meg Flather shares some thoughts about artistic process and the importance of community in a Broadway World interview.
by Michael Major - Mar 15, 2022
Examining country music’s evolution through the lens of a new generation of Black artists, the film will feature interviews and performances from Jimmie Allen, Blanco Brown, BRELAND, Shy Carter, Mickey Guyton, Willie Jones, Valerie June, Amythyst Kiah, Reyna Roberts, Allison Russell, Brittney Spencer, and Frankie Staton.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 12, 2021
For those of us (all of us) who are missing the joys of experiencing a live performance, actor and producer Shelby Bond has the perfect solution. Bond has created the exciting and interactive Adventure Parties, bringing immersive theater directly to you on Zoom.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2023
The Mahindra Excellence in Theatre Awards (META) and Festival 2023 announced that the META 2023 Lifetime Achievement Award will be conferred on celebrated Indian stage, film and television actress Sushma Seth who will be felicitated during the award ceremony on 29th March 2023 at Kamani Auditorium.
by Analisa Swerczek - Jun 15, 2021
BroadwayWorld in Omaha Columnist, Analisa Swerczek, sat down this week with one of Broadway's favorite leading ladies, Kelli O'Hara, to talk about life, performance, and what's next for her.
by Perry Tannenbaum - Jul 28, 2022
Amid a banquet of juicy roles doled out by Aaron Sorkin in his adaptation of Harper Lee's TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD, Richard Thomas feasts the fullest, delivering the most powerful, staggering work I’ve seen from him in my 59+ years of watching his most memorable performances live on Broadway, live in Charlotte, and on TV.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 28, 2021
Musically Fed is partnering with Lollapalooza to support the iconic music festival's sustainability efforts at the 2021 event, July 29-August 1 in Chicago's Grant Park. Musically Fed will work directly with festival organizers to repurpose leftover catering and help to address food insecurity in the Chicago area.  
by Analisa Swerczek - Jan 3, 2023
I grew up in a musical family. My grandmother was my piano teacher and she actually lived with us pretty much my whole life until I moved to Nashville. I remember going to Davidson's Record Shop in Huntington, West Virginia and getting the the single to Let It Be and I Want to Hold Your Hand by the Beatles.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 28, 2021
Four decades later and in the middle of a show business shut down, Brandy's Piano Bar is still offering live entertainment ... and some great hot toddies.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 27, 2021
The Distilled Spirits Council of the United States (DISCUS), the leading voice and advocate for the U.S. spirits industry, today announced the launch of DISCUS Academy, an initiative to provide education and training for distilled spirits industry professionals.
by Jaime Uranovsky - Jan 25, 2023
COME TOGETHER, a Beatles-inspired dance production presented by LAMTA, enjoyed a sold out run at the Theatre on the Bay in June last year. Since then, the show travelled to Johannesburg for a November 2022 season and now, it returns to the Mother City.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 25, 2021
As winter descends and the pandemic continues, the Stratford Festival offers up some heartwarming new content to entertain and inspire as we await the days when we will be able to gather in theatres again.
by Marissa Tomeo - Jan 23, 2022
On March 4, 2022, Grammy-nominated vocalist, and songwriter Somi will release her new album, Zenzile: The Reimagination Of Miriam Makeba, a celebration of the late Makeba’s invaluable musical contributions and messages of social justice. The album, which will be released on the artist’s Salon Africana label, features Somi’s renditions of some of Makeba’s best-known songs—both Makeba’s own compositions and covers.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 22, 2023
Andrew Barth Feldman is having a do-over, and he is doing it with all original songs created by his own hand.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2023
Read BroadwayWorld's interview with Tony and Emmy Award winning icon of stage and screen, Mandy Patinkin, as he discusses his upcoming concerts, his TikTok stardom and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 9, 2021
Set and production designer Adam Koch has designed sets for over 50 productions worldwide. Recently, Koch designed the set for the Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma's immersive, site-specific, outdoor production of A Christmas Carol in November, where people walked from scene to scene across 10-acres of land at the historic Harn Homestead.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 7, 2023
Rosedale Community Players will present Here We Go: Two Point Oh, a live one-man show following Southfield resident Eric Goldstein on his journey as he learns to live with brain cancer.
by Theresa Bertram - Feb 3, 2023
As a Broadway World writer, I am confident in saying that Arkansas is blessed with a wonderfully talented theatrical community. The love for theatre is evident in the quality of the productions that are offered in our state. From where does this love start? Some just magically discover it one day-probably by being forced at first to attend a show, but then realizing how fun this world is. Most of us, however, started in school. My love for theatre began when I would watch my older cousins perform in plays at the high school. Then in ninth grade, I was able to join our community theatre for a production. By tenth grade, I was in my first high school play, and from then on, I was performing in some fashion or another.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 26, 2021
JUSTICE includes “Holy” feat. Chance The Rapper, “Lonely” feat. Benny Blanco, and “Anyone,” the three global smash hit singles that have garnered over two billion streams worldwide and amassed over 250 million in weekly radio audience, as all three currently reside in the Top 40 on the Billboard Hot 100 songs chart.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 21, 2023
Join Opera at Florham this spring for Opera Talk, a series of free presentations on Opera with music educator Lou Barrella at the Hartman Lounge, The Mansion at Fairleigh Dickinson University, 285 Madison Ave. Madison, NJ 07940.
by Student Blogger: Danielle Urban - Feb 2, 2021
How to still be involved when your college does not have a theatre major.
by Michael Major - Feb 14, 2023
Breakout artist Lizzy McAlpine unveils a video for her hit song “ceilings” directed by frequent collaborator Gus Black (Phoebe Bridgers, Sheryl Crow). “ceilings” continues to see week over week growth with nearly 60 million streams and counting. The track is featured as one of Apple Music 1’s “23 For ’23,” where Lizzy is a new artist to watch.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 8, 2021
COMPANY which opens this week, has announced a landmark partnership with Black Theatre Coalition, an organization dedicated to eradicating racial inequities in the theatre industry, in the creation of a comprehensive paid apprentice program for creative and management professionals pursuing a career in theatre. 
by Brian Hilbrand - Dec 5, 2022
“The Voice” herself, Miss Sandi Patty winner of five Grammy® awards, and four Billboard Awards joins Grand Rapids Symphony for a one-night-only special Christmas concert Thursday, December 22, 2022, at 7:00 PM at DeVos Performance Hall. “Christmas Blessings” will feature classics such as “Silent Night,” “The Most Wonderful Time of the Year,” “O Holy Night, and Winter Wonderland.” Sandi, as well as her pianist and musical director Steve Potts, join the Grand Rapids Symphony and Assistant Conductor Duo Shen for this must-see event!   We got to talk to Sandy ahead of her stop in Grand Rapids about music, career influences, as well as what we will hear in Grand Rapids.
by Eleni Cashell - Dec 23, 2020
Danny Mac chats about returning to Sunset Boulevard at the Curve Theatre, why it's so relevant right now and why he adored dancing with Oti Mabuse on Strictly Come Dancing.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 12, 2020
These are tough times. There is no telling when they will get better. Many are choosing to do their shopping, holiday or other, buy patronizing the craftspeople who find themselves out of work at their usual career: show business. Take a look at what these talented folks have to offer, aside from their performance skills.
by Fiona Scott - Dec 10, 2021
Anna-Jane Casey is known for her roles in shows such as Chicago, Forbidden Broadway, and Annie Get Your Gun. She is currently playing Fräulein Kost in the recent revival of Cabaret at the Playhouse Theatre. We spoke with Casey about being in the show.
by Michael Major - Aug 8, 2022
Drunk dialing your ex — or, worse, that person with whom you were just in a situationship — is never ever a good idea. And while Canadian pop songstress Sam Casey knows that, first she’s going to wrestle with it for a while (like we all do) in her soulful and starkly honest new single, “New Company” – available now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 17, 2021
Al Tapper, the entrepreneur behind the hit documentaries 'Broadway: The Golden Age' and 'Broadway Musicals: A Jewish Legacy' announced he will be opening a new Off Broadway theater at 354 West 45th Street.
by Michael Major - Apr 7, 2022
Legendary queer music icon Bitch is excited to present the official video for 'Pages.' The track is the fifth single to be released from her poppy and poetic album Bitchcraft out now on Kill Rock Stars.  The music video was directed by Ian Brownell. Bitch is currently on tour in support of Bitchcraft. Check out the tour dates now!
by Carian Lynée Parker - Apr 21, 2022
Terron Brooks is a powerhouse vocalist and best known for his critically acclaimed role as the great Eddie Kendricks in the Emmy Award-winning NBC mini-series The Temptations. He is no stranger to the Broadway stage; performing in The Lion King and Hairspray. He was featured in the World Premieres of Sleepless in Seattle: The Musical and First Wives Club: The Musical. For his role as Daddy Brubeck in Sweet Charity, Terron earned an Ovation Award nomination. We sat down with two-time NAACP Award nominee to talk about his new album, The Soul of Broadway (Deluxe Album).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 19, 2022
Comedian, actor, writer, director and Kid In The Hall, Bruce McCulloch has announced the off-Broadway run of his new show, Bruce McCulloch: Tales of Bravery and Stupidity, running June 1 – 12 at SoHo Playhouse.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 13, 2022
Co-artistic directors Rob Neill and Kyra Sims and the award-winning New York Neo-Futurists (NYNF), a diverse collective of writer-director-performers now in their 18th season of writing and performing original work rooted in non-fiction, announce the expanding of the ensemble with five new artists: Jake Banasiewicz, Rudy Ramirez, Chan Lin, Jackson Bird, and Mike Manship.

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What productions of We All Do have there been?
We All Do has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1927.