Opened: March 28, 2004
Closing: May 16, 2004

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SAY GOODNIGHT, New Musical In Development At WaterTower Theatre by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2023

Shane Peterman, Producing Artistic Director has announced that WaterTower Theatre is continuing our dedication to the development of new Music Theatre works with a workshop of a new musical SAY GOODNIGHT by Steve Dorff, John Bettis, and Rick Hawkins.

Review: Met Audience Entranced by DiDonato and McKinny in Heggie-McNally DEAD MAN in House Debut by Richard Sasanow - Sep 27, 2023

It’s rather surprising, really, for the audience to embrace a contemporary piece like DEAD MAN WALKING, no matter how easily it falls upon the ears, considering the subject matter. In this Ivo van Hove production, it starts with a rape and double murder in a rather graphic piece of film, the use of video being one of van Hove’s trademarks. It ends with a death by lethal injection, also graphically shown in live video.

The Apollo Launches Digital Learning Hub To Amplify Black Stories And Engage Educators by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

The Apollo has launched Apollo Stories, a collaborative digital learning hub that connects middle and high school educators and students across the country. Explore identity, community activism, cultural exchange, and artistic expression through lesson plans and workshops.

Sasha Velour to Bring THE BIG REVEAL LIVE SHOW! To The Bushnell in March by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Sasha Velour will bring 'The Big Reveal Live Show!' to The Bushnell on Friday, March 15, 2024. Don't miss this exciting live performance by Sasha Velour, winner of RuPaul's Drag Race Season 9.

Dayton Philharmonic to Present Jeans 'n Classics: Music of Queen at the Schuster Center by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Join the Dayton Philharmonic and world-class rock musicians as they pay homage to Queen and Freddie Mercury. Don't miss this unforgettable tribute to one of rock's greatest bands at the Schuster Center. Purchase tickets now!

The Congress for Jewish Culture to Celebrate Diamond Jubilee With Website Launch by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Discover the latest updates from the world of entertainment. From the digital premiere of 'The Dybbuk' and other classic plays to the launch of the Congress for Jewish Culture's new website, there's something for everyone to enjoy.

Seattle Opera Chorus Offers Festive Program In One-of-A-Kind Holiday Chorus Concert by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2023

Seattle Opera Chorus presents a festive program in a one-of-a-kind Holiday Chorus Concert, featuring seasonal tunes, opera gems, and choral favorites. Don't miss this rare opportunity to experience the impressive range of the renowned Seattle Opera Chorus.

FIREROSE and Billy Ray Cyrus' 'Plans' Rises to No. 19 on Both Mediabase's Adult Contemporary Chart and Billboard's Adult Contemporary Chart by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

FIREROSE and Billy Ray Cyrus’ “Plans,” which was released through Damon Elliott's Kind Music Group on Aug. 11, maintains its groundbreaking course across streaming and radio, rising to No. 19 on both Billboard’s Adult Contemporary chart and Mediabase's Adult Contemporary Chart this week.

Bard Conservatory's US-China Music Institute to Present Sixth Annual China Now Music Festival by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Mark your calendars for the China Now Music Festival. Discover the transformative power of music as artists from the US and China collaborate and inspire each other. Be part of this extraordinary celebration of cultural exchange and musical exploration.

BWW Q&A: Jeff Calhoun of ELVIS - A MUSICAL REVOLUTION at Walnut Street Theatre by Alan Henry - Sep 27, 2023

BroadwayWorld sat down with Jeff Calhoun, who is currently directing Elvis - A Musical Revolution at Walnut Street Theatre. The new musical Elvis – A Musical Revolution will make its Philadelphia premiere at the Walnut Street Theatre. Directed and choreographed by two-time Tony Award nominated director Jeff Calhoun, the production begins previews October 3, and opens October 11.

A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS to Kick Off The Holidays At Way Off Broadway by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Get into the holiday spirit with Way Off Broadway's presentation of A Charlie Brown Christmas. This live stage adaptation of the beloved television classic brings Charlie Brown, Snoopy, and the rest of the Peanuts gang to life. Don't miss this festive production at Way Off Broadway.

Review: THE NACIREMA SOCIETY at Goodman Theatre by Rachel Weinberg - Sep 27, 2023

It seems fitting that Goodman Theatre opens new Artistic Director Susan V. Booth’s inaugural season with THE NACIREMA SOCIETY, a play that’s about coming out to society. This Chicago premiere marks a continuation of Booth’s long-standing relationship with celebrated Black playwright Pearl Cleage. THE NACIREMA SOCIETY takes the form of an extended farce, following the incredibly wealthy Dunbar family in 1964 Montgomery, Alabama. In this light-hearted (if not always legitimately laugh-out-loud) comedic play, Cleage draws heavily from classic farce conventions. As the centennial event of matriarch Grace Dubose Dunbar’s beloved Nacirema Society, Montgomery’s organization for Black young women, dawns — and she awaits her own granddaughter Grace’s coming out — the antics become more and more heightened as family secrets come to light.

Dolly Parton Teams With Tennessee Athletics for Exclusive Edition of Her 'Rockstar' Album by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

The University of Tennessee Athletics Department announces a partnership with global superstar Dolly Parton for an exclusive Vols Edition of Parton’s much-anticipated Rockstar album including a live version of Parton’s “Rocky Top”. Pre-order the 2-CD set now!

Jelani Remy, Talia Suskauer, Kate Rockwell & More to be Featured in NAMT's 35th Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Discover the talented cast for NAMT's 35th Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS, including Talia Suskauer, Jelani Remy, Kate Rockwell, and more. Don't miss out on this exciting showcase of new musicals.

John Buffalo to Release Self-titled Debut Album in November by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

He is also a drummer for Denver’s indie stalwarts The Apples In Stereo and a collaborator and producer for Ben Kweller and Rhett Miller of the Old 97's. Dufilho is ready to share his first album as John Buffalo this fall, a collection of electronic songs that embody John’s indie music roots while evoking sounds of Devo and Beck.

The Tank's MAHINERATOR Begins Performance Tomorrow by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

The Tank will present Mahinerator, by Jerry Lieblich, co-directed by Jerry Lieblich and Meghan Finn, and performed by Obie Winner Steve Mellor, which will play at The Tank from September 28-October 22, as part of their Fall 2023 Core Productions for their 20th Anniversary season.

Interview: Maestro Ermanno Florio Celebrates His Last Season as Houston Ballet Conductor by Miranda Keating - Sep 27, 2023

After 32 years as Music Director of Houston Ballet, Ermanno Florio will step down from his position at the end of the 2023 – 2024 season. BroadwayWorld Houston had the chance and honor to speak with him about what he has learned in his many years with the Houston Ballet and his plans for the future as he retires from his current position.

Bounty, A New Fine Art Gallery And Atelier, To Open In San Francisco by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Artist Charles H. Trapolin and his partner, Stanley D. Morris announced the opening of Bounty, a new fine art gallery and atelier at the nexus of San Francisco's Jackson Square, North Beach, Chinatown and the Financial District (609 Pacific Ave, at the corner of Columbus Ave, San Francisco 94133).

Review: Orth-Moscovitch Stunning MADHOUSE Tells of Women Past the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown at Opera Philadelphia Festival O23 by Richard Sasanow - Sep 27, 2023

When composer Rene Orth came across the story of investigative reporter Nellie Bly’s expose of the abuse of women at an asylum in New York at the end of the 19th century, she immediately knew that “this story needed to be told as an opera.” She was right. The result of her efforts, with the first-rate creative team including librettist Hannah Moscovitch, is 10 DAYS IN A MADHOUSE, a 90-minute work that opened Opera Philadelphia’s festival (this year, called O23) with its world premiere at the Wilma Theatre.

HERE WE ARE to Offer $25 and $40 Tickets Through Lottery and Rush Policies by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Don't miss out on the chance to see HERE WE ARE at discounted prices! Find out how you can secure $25 and $40 tickets through the show's lottery and rush policies. Get all the details and make sure you don't overspend on this must-see production.

Kate Klein Releases New Single 'In my mind we're all insane' by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Mixed by veteran producer Austin Seltzer (Royal and the Serpent, Maggie Lindemann, Beauty School Dropout), the new independent track blends pop sentiment with an alt-rock guitar-driven sound. Hard-hitting and bold-faced in its delivery, “In my mind we are all insane” makes a strong statement for Kate as an explosive artist with staying power.

Steven Skybell, Rachel Zatcoff & More to Star in AMID FALLING WALLS (TSVISHN FALNDIKE VENT) by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene has revealed the complete cast for Amid Falling Walls (Tsvishn Falndike Vent).

Joe Manganiello to Host NBC Series DEAL OR NO DEAL ISLAND by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Joe Manganiello (“True Blood,” “Magic Mike”) is set to host 'Deal or No Deal Island,” a spin on the classic game where 13 players are transported to the elusive Banker’s private island to compete for cash in a season-long, fully immersive competition. Watch a video trailer for the new series now!

American Composers Orchestra to Premiere Five Works In THE QUEST: EPIC JOURNEYS At Carnegie Hall by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

American Composers Orchestra (ACO) will premiere music by hundreds of today's top composers, and no two concerts are alike.

Smock Alley Theatre to Present Exciting Winter Lineup by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2023

Get ready for an unforgettable winter season at Smock Alley Theatre. From captivating dramas to hilarious comedies, there's something for everyone. Check out the lineup and book your tickets now!

Interview: Meet THE LION KING's New Simba, Vincent Jamal Hooper by Nicole Rosky - Sep 27, 2023

incent Jamal Hooper took his very first bow in The Lion King as “Simba”. The show marks Hooper’s Broadway and Lion King debut. Below, he's checking in with BroadwayWorld to talk all about the role and his first night on Broadway! 

Review Roundup: Ian McKellen and Roger Allam in FRANK AND PERCY by Review Roundups - Sep 27, 2023

Ben Weatherill’s new comedy, Frank and Percy,  just opened at The Other Palace in London.  Check out what the critics had to say!

Juilliard's MFA Acting Program Will Be Tuition-Free Starting in 2024-25 by Nicole Rosky - Sep 27, 2023

Juilliard announced that the Drama Division’s Master of Fine Arts in Acting will join the school’s growing list of tuition-free programs starting in the 2024-25 academic year, becoming funded through scholarships in perpetuity.

ATO Records' Garage-Punks CIVIC Announce 'New Vietnam & Singles' LP by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

CIVIC have reimagined the reckless intensity of proto-punk for an era of endless uncertainty. Hailed by Sterogum as “an unholy lo-fi pile-up of garage rock, punk, and ’90s-style noise-rock,” the band recently unleashed their acclaimed, blistering new single “Hourglass”. They have announced the New Vietnam & Singles LP.

Review: BAKED! THE MUSICAL at Theo Ubique by Misha Davenport - Sep 27, 2023

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Manhattan Theatre Club Reveals New Sloan Playwrighting Commissions & Evening of Excerpts at the American Museum of Natural History by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

The latest recipients have been announced for the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation Initiative commissions for new theatrical works surrounding themes of science, math, and technology.

Video: Mark Tremonti Releases 'The Most Wonderful Time Of The Year' Music Video by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

With a little under three months until Christmas Day and the holiday season fast approaching, GRAMMY® Award Winning musician, producer, author as well as founding member of hard rock bands Alter Bridge, Creed and Tremonti, Mark Tremonti is releasing the first song from his upcoming holiday album, Christmas Classics New & Old. Watch the video!

EINO LEINO'S WANDERINGS - MORE AND LESS AS MUSE Comes to Tampere by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

EINO LEINO'S EKSÄT - more and less as muse, written and performed by Helsinki actress Pinja Hahtola, is a hilariously funny and insightful monologue play. As the name suggests, the performance marches onto the stage with a whole group of Eino Leino's chosen ones.

Chanel Savage's HOT CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR Comes to Tada Theatre in December by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

Chanel Savage's Hot Christmas Spectacular comes to Tada Theatre this holiday season. Learn more about the show here!

Kennett Symphony's 2023-2024 Season Will Open With Stories of Love and Nature by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

Kennett Symphony opens its 83rd season with Stories of Love and Nature on Sunday, October 15 at 7:30 p.m. at Longwood Gardens' Exhibition Hall. Learn more about the concert and find out how to get tickets here!

Video: M83 Shares 'Fantasy' Tour Archive Video For 'Sunny Boy' by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

M83, aka Anthony Gonzalez, has shared a lighthearted and inspiring tour archive video, shot and edited by Joey Armario, for Fantasy track “Sunny Boy”. The video collates footage of the band on the road and live throughout their 2023 month-plus-long run of sold-out, critically-heralded tour dates. Watch the video now!

'Super Deluxe' THE SOUND OF MUSIC Soundtrack Will Be Released in December, Listen to the First Track! by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

An all new soundtrack of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s timeless cinematic masterpiece The Sound of Music will be released this December, with multiple expanded, remixed, and remastered reissues. Plus, listen to the first track here!

Katy Perry Joins PEPPA PIG Special As Ms. Leopard by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Katy Perry will be joining Peppa Pig for a special episode next year. Perry will be voicing the role of Ms. Leopard in a special episode, celebrating the 20th anniversary of the hit animated childrens' series. Perry will also be voicing the title role in the upcoming movie musical Melody.

FELICITY Announces Rocking New Single 'She's Nuclear' by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Fresh off the release of their viral hit “Emo Trash”, Orlando trash-rock band FELICITY will release their forthcoming follow up “She’s Nuclear”. “She's Nuclear” is a flat-out, down-and-dirty, smack-you-in-the-mouth rock song. It represents the exact soul and essence of what FELICITY hangs its hat on: high-energy, anthemic hooks and melodic riffs.

The Kinks to Release 'The Journey - Part 2' in November by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Following the release of The Journey - Part 1 in March this year (featuring hits such as “You Really Got Me,” “Waterloo Sunset,” “All Day And All Of The Night,” “Supersonic Rocket Ship” and “Dead End Street”) The Journey - Part 2, compiled by the band, will be available on 2CD, 2LP, Digital and HD Digital formats.

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players Begin 49th Season With PATIENCE by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players (NYGASP) begins its expanded 49th season with its picturesque production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s classic send up of generational fads, Patience, not seen since 2017. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

Deanna Giulietti Will Debut Monthly Performances at RiseNY by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

 Influencer and singer Deanna Giulietti will be the latest performer to entertain New Yorkers from Lady Liberty’s Torch at Rise NY on Thursday, September 28 at 4:30 pm. Learn more about the series here!

Trilogy Of Mikel Murfi Solo Theater Works Comes to Irish Arts Center by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

Irish Arts Center presents Mikel Murfi's trilogy The Man in the Woman's Shoes, I Hear You and Rejoice, and the North American premiere of the intimate, searching, and painfully funny final installment The Mysterious Case of Kitsy Rainey. Learn more about the show and how to get tickets here!

STRANGER THINGS' Cara Buono Comes to New Jersey by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

'An Evening with Cara Buono,' television and film star of 'Stranger Things' and Emmy Nominated for 'Mad Men,' will be held at New Jersey's Mahwah High School on Saturday, October 28 at 7:00 p.m. Learn more about the event here!

Theatres Trust Reveals Plan To Support Theatres To Be Fit For The Future by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

Theatres Trust, the national advice and advocacy body for the UK’s theatres, has set out its vision and priorities for the next three years, under the new tagline “Theatres fit for the future”. Learn more about their plan here!

Cast Set For CINDERELLA at the Watford Palace by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2023

Presenting a noughties twist on a Christmas classic, this winter Watford Palace Theatre has announced their cast for Cinderella. Find out who is starring here!

Magdalena Miecznicka to Make Playwriting Debut at Hampstead Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 27, 2023

Magdalena Miecznicka is set to make her playwriting debut at Hampstead Theatre with Nineteen Gardens, an intimate two-hander directed by Alice Hamilton and starring Olivia Le Andersen and David Sturzaker. 

Previews: MID CENTURY MODERNS at Revolution Stage Company by Kay Kudukis - Sep 27, 2023

Dan Gelfand, co-producer of “Mid-Century Moderns,” announced today the return of the hit jukebox musical in a new theatrical space, the Revolution Stage Company, in downtown Palm Springs near Revivals. Beginning Friday, October 6, the show will play for 8 consecutive weekends of Friday evening performances followed by Saturday and Sunday matinees.

Interview: Chappell Roan Wants People Who Don't Get Camp to 'Shut Up' by Michael Major - Sep 27, 2023

Chappell Roan recently released her debut album, 'The Rise and Fall of a Midwest Princess,' chronicling her cinematic journey of falling in queer love for the first time. BroadwayWorld caught up with Chappell Roan to discuss the four year journey to create her album, the hardest music for her to release, promoting local drag queens, and more. 

Review: THE YELLOW WALLPAPER, The Coronet Theatre by Matthew Paluch - Sep 27, 2023

Stephanie Mohr’s new production of Charlotte Perkins Gilman’s feminist novella The Yellow Wallpaper is described as a “genre-defying production blending theatre, dance, live video and sound” - no pressure then!


Well has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2004.
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Jayne Houdyshell and Performance (Obie Awards) for Jayne Houdyshell.
Performance (Theatre World Awards) for Jayne Houdyshell and Performance (Obie Awards) for Jayne Houdyshell.



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