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1530 Broadway at 45th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2014
The stage unit of Iron Violet Productions, Iron Violet Stage, in association with Denman Turner Entertainment Group, will present a staged reading of 'Birthday Pie', written by best-selling author, and playwright, Arthur Wooten on September 29th, 2014, at 7:30 PM. The performance will be held on the renovated stage at the historic Irvington Town Hall Theater, in Irvington, New York -- thirty minutes from Manhattan, by train. There will be a 'talk-back' with the author, and producer(s).
by Stephi Wild - Oct 30, 2018
Susan Swayne loves few things more than good manners, a sharp blade, and the challenge of bringing criminals to justice in the streets of Victorian London. But when a rival threatens her position in the Society of Lady Detectives, she begins to unravel a sordid little mystery that puts both her deductive reasoning and her decorum to the test!
by Chris Gibson - Oct 27, 2010
In the late 1800s, Russia's preeminent literary doctor, Anton Chekhov, wrote humorous newspaper articles to pay for medical school. Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, elegantly weaves eight of Chekhov's stories into a laugh-out-loud vaudeville experience. Laughter is always the best medicine, so let THE GOOD DOCTOR cure what ails you!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 18, 2020
As restrictions on public gatherings continue to ease in NSW, Darlinghurst Theatre Company is thrilled to unveil its month-long BLOOM Festival opening on 29 October. Billed as a “Carnival of Radical Delight”, it will transform the Eternity Playhouse into a vibrant cultural hub offering live music, indoor and outdoor dining, and, for the first time since March this year, performances inside the main auditorium. 
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 10, 2018
Everything that could conceivably trip up seasoned performers - who've been reciting monologues in front of their bathroom mirrors since they were toddlers, bring down a set considered to be a landmark in design for the stage (or in the history of architecture since the Greeks built their first temple and the Romans engineered their first aqueduct), and/or send scores of trembling thespians to the emergency room after but one performance - actually befall the cast and crew of The Play That Goes Wrong.
by Christina Raquel - Nov 4, 2013
Riding the wave of critical acclaim from critics and peers such as Stevie Van Zandt for his album Carnaby Street, Michael Des Barres is releasing a live album recently recorded at the legendary Viper Room in Hollywood.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2018
Susan Swayne loves few things more than good manners, a sharp blade, and the challenge of bringing criminals to justice in the streets of Victorian London. But when a rival threatens her position in the Society of Lady Detectives, she begins to unravel a sordid little mystery that puts both her deductive reasoning and her decorum to the test!
by Don Grigware - Nov 24, 2017
Something Rotten/book by Karey Kirkpatrick and John O'Farrell/music & lyrics by Wayne Kirkpatrick and Karey Kirkpatrick/directed by Casey Nicholaw/Ahmanson Theatre/through December 31 What if someone told you you get to see Pippin, The Producers, Book of Mormon and other great musicals all together in one show? Yes, Something Rotten which goes back in time to 16th century Renaissance, incorporates elements of all the great contemporary musicals under one roof. Now at the Ahmanson, Something Rotten is clever and a cure for what ails you, so don't miss it through December 31!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2010
In the late 1800s, Russia's preeminent literary doctor, Anton Chekhov, wrote humorous newspaper articles to pay for medical school. Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, elegantly weaves eight of Chekhov's stories into a laugh-out-loud vaudeville experience. Laughter is always the best medicine, so let THE GOOD DOCTOR cure what ails you!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 21, 2010
Sunday Funnies: THE PILL Sunday, November 21, 2010; 7:30 pm - $7
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 2, 2010
Sunday Funnies: THE PILL Sunday, November 21, 2010; 7:30 pm - $7
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2021
Director Yasmin C. Rams shines a spotlight on her very personal journey dealing with chronic illness in the documentary film GO HEAL YOURSELF, having its international premiere in the Personal Journeys section on November 13th at Cinépolis Chelsea and available on DOC NYC's digital platform from November 14th - November 28th.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2010
In the late 1800s, Russia's preeminent literary doctor, Anton Chekhov, wrote humorous newspaper articles to pay for medical school. Neil Simon, Broadway's master of comedy, elegantly weaves eight of Chekhov's stories into a laugh-out-loud vaudeville experience. Laughter is always the best medicine, so let THE GOOD DOCTOR cure what ails you!
by A.A. Cristi - May 4, 2018
San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors), currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary in continuous operation, has announced the full cast and creative team for the final production of the 2017-2018 season: ME AND MY GIRL, a hilarious and delightful 1930s West End smash hit (winner of three Tony Awards for the critically-acclaimed 1986 Broadway revival). ME AND MY GIRL features book and lyrics by L. Arthur Rose & Douglas Furber, revised by Stephen Fry with contributions by Mike Ockrent, and music by Noel Gay. ME AND MY GIRL runs from May 2 - 20, 2018 and will perform at San Francisco's Gateway Theatre (formerly the Eureka Theatre). The press opening will take place on Saturday, May 5 at 6:00 p.m. Tickets range from $25 - $75 and can be purchased through the Box Office at (415) 255-8207 or online at www.42ndstmoon.org.
by Tyler Peterson - May 19, 2014
If we've learned one thing from the stories that have captured our curiosity in recent headlines it is that the earth is a strange place. Mysterious discoveries, social science wonders and unbelievable displays of nature gone wild, these stories have ensnared our fascination and provoked research in almost every discipline of science. Science Channel is capturing these earthly oddities in the all-new series WORLD'S STRANGEST. Using a combination of real footage, eyewitness stories, and scientific rendering, this series will examine some of the oddest global events and the science behind them. WORLD'S STRANGEST premieres on Science Channel Tuesday, May 27th at 8:00PM.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 12, 2021
In the midst of a worldwide pandemic that has created widespread unease and emotional distress, a seasoned theatre performer  with a background in folk music, releases a unique music project to help listeners reset and unwind.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 8, 2010
Fourth Arts Block (FAB) and its 20+ member organizations are offering an alternative to pricey outings with more than 30 performances for $20 or less before March 31st. These event include film showings, tours, theater, burlesque and dance. With the most art per square foot in NYC, East 4th Street continues to produce and present work that is accessible and affordable for everyone to enjoy.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2010
NEW YORK NEO-FUTURISTS are pleased to present their first prime-time show of the decade in honor of the 30th Anniversary of Women?s History Month, THE SOUP SHOW, written and performed by Desiree Burch, Cara Francis & Erica Livingston, directed by Lauren Sharpe.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 27, 2010
NEW YORK NEO-FUTURISTS' production of THE SOUP SHOW, written and performed by Desiree Burch, Cara Francis & Erica Livingston, directed by Lauren Sharpe, will close on March 27 at HERE Arts Center (145 Avenue of the Americas NY, NY 10013).
by BWW News Desk - Mar 2, 2017
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is proud to present a partnership with Kickstarter for the 6th edition of NADA New York, which will take place March 2-5 at Skylight Clarkson North (572 Washington St). Kickstarter will serve as the lead partner for NADA Presents, an interdisciplinary program of performances and conversations from exhibitors, artists, and cultural partners. This will be the program's third year.
by Steve Callahan - Jun 3, 2014
Well, it worked on me! 'The Elixir of Love' opened last night at the Opera Theatre of St. Louis, and after only a sip or two I fell head over heels for it. At the end of the evening I was, like Nemorino, giddy (oh, let's admit it, the better word is 'drunk') with happiness and delight. It was simply perfection!
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 28, 2021
Sometimes, when life is getting you down, there is nothing more pleasing than hearing some showtunes performed by a game and capable lot of performers with the intent of nothing more controversial than lifting your spirits and entertaining you in the way they know best. And that, my friends, is exactly what’s on order in the appropriately entitled An Evening With Playhouse 615: Broadway Musical Review.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 28, 2018
The breakdown of Pageant: The Musical Comedy Beauty Contest, is simple. Six contestants from across our vast country are competing for the title of Miss Glamouresse (Glamouresse being a cosmetics company).
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2012
Z2 Entertainment presents Hot Soup w/ Lo' Down on the Mothership at the Fox Theatre on Saturday, August 18th. Tickets will go on sale to the public on Friday, June 29th for $8.00.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2017
A con man built a brand around himself by exploiting new media to connect with his audience, made millions by defrauding the American people, embraced right-wing politics, and then ran for office. Nearly a century ago, real-life con man John R. Brinkley cheated his way into fame and political power when he insisted he could cure impotence by implanting goat testicles into men. In a world premiere of a new musical inspired by the accounts of Brinkley's improbable rise, ImprovBoston brings the story of America's most brazen con man to life - comedically recounted through song, dance and the occasional scalpel - every Friday in July.
by Caryn Robbins - Jul 31, 2011
Esther's Follies: Live Magic & Musical Comedy is coming to Austin on Thursday, Aug 4 8:00p to 11:30p at Esther's Follies.
by Don Grigware - Jan 8, 2011
Only an actor of the calibre of John Lithgow - who remains a class act after almost 40 years in the theatre - could mount the very simplistic Stories by Heart on the large Taper stage. Ideal for a smaller, more intimate venue, Stories becomes more than a retelling of two classic tales, one by P.G. Wodehouse and the other by American journalist Ring Lardner. In the hands of Lithgow the art of storytelling is put on a pedestal. We all know how vital it is to a child's education, but it can truly enrich one's life, regardless of age, and, in fact, it has been proven to encourage, nurture and increase the quality of the very process of living. Quite a feat! Well, Lithgow, self described exuberant actor, makes it ebulliently unfold.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 6, 2017
Utah Opera and Salt Lake magazine partner for the 3rd annual Libretti & Libations, where art influences life - for at least a drink (or two). Talented mixologists from choice Salt Lake City and Park City restaurants curate artisanal cocktails inspired by the season's opera productions. From January 6 to 29, 2017, 10 participating restaurants will offer expertly-crafted libations inspired by Utah Opera's 2016-17 season opening production of "Man of La Mancha" as a way of infusing food and beverage with the experience of opera. Visit www.utahopera.org/libations for more information.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 13, 2017
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company is rounding out its 2016-2017 educational program with a new series of adult classes. The classes run on selected Monday nights from January 23 to May 15 at 6:30-8:00 at CSC's current home theater at 719 Race St, and will be taught by members of the CSC's Resident Ensemble. There is something for everyone, with class topics ranging from the playful, such as Theatre Games, Improv, and Period Dance, to the more widely applicable, including Voice for Life and Movement for Life.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 6, 2019
Catch the love bug at the BNW! Brave New Workshop is back with its milestone 300th (!) show, Love and Other Social Diseases. In an age where even the most basal ideal of 'love' plays out via technology, the BNW enters its 61st year (and landmark 300th production) still honoring the primal paradigm of theatre (and love) in the flesh.  
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 4, 2015
This two-man tour de force musical comedy mystery is killing it on stage at The Old Globe in San Diego - or, rather, it's killing someone - and that someone is none other than Great American Novelist, Arthur Whitney. Unfortunately, this is one birthday party the much-hated author will never get to enjoy since he takes a bullet to the head in the first few minutes of the musical with all of his guests in attendance.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 24, 2010
NEW YORK NEO-FUTURISTS are pleased to present their first prime-time show of the decade in honor of the 30th Anniversary of Women?s History Month, THE SOUP SHOW, written and performed by Desiree Burch, Cara Francis & Erica Livingston, directed by Lauren Sharpe.
by Molly Tracy - Feb 23, 2017
The New Art Dealers Alliance (NADA) is proud to present a partnership with Kickstarter for the 6th edition of NADA New York, which will take place March 2-5 at Skylight Clarkson North (572 Washington St). Kickstarter will serve as the lead partner for NADA Presents, an interdisciplinary program of performances and conversations from exhibitors, artists, and cultural partners. This will be the program's third year.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 22, 2010
The Tank is proud to announce The Sunday Funnies, every Sunday at 9:30pm in 2010. Established comedy groups North Coast, Switzerland Neutral Comedy, The Pill, and City Hall will rotate every week to perform their own material as well as mentor developing comics who are interested in performing at the Tank. Never to impose drink or table minimums, Comedy at the Tank aims to provide the highest quality performance and dedication to the comic craft in New York City.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 19, 2018
Terrific performances across the board, sprightly direction that keeps the action moving at a quick clip-clop and a no-holds-barred sense of ridiculous theatricality all come together in Center for the Arts' production of Monty Python's Spamalot, the hilarious stage musical based on the irreverent troupe's 1975 film comedy Monty Python and the Holy Grail. With a slate filled with stage favorites - of both the musical and 'straight' variety - still to come in 2018, Murfreesboro's CFTA will likely have a banner year.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Feb 18, 2010
NEW YORK NEO-FUTURISTS are pleased to present their first prime-time show of the decade in honor of the 30th Anniversary of Women's History Month, THE SOUP SHOW, written and performed by Desiree Burch, Cara Francis & Erica Livingston, directed by Lauren Sharpe.
by Robert Diamond - Dec 22, 2014
Suffering from an in-law overdose? Recovering from a shopping overload? Planning on feeling a little fuzzy? With more than a third (35 percent) of Americans* planning to drink on New Year's Eve already predicting a hangover on New Year's Day, Red Robin Gourmet Burgers, Inc. (Red Robin) has the perfect remedy for guests in need of some relief this holiday season! To ring in the New Year, the Gourmet Burger Authority will unveil The Cure Burger, available by request only at participating restaurants nationwide beginning January 1.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 1, 2016
With a cheerful attitude that knows no bounds, Eubie - the happiest elf at the North Pole - is determined to spread his apropos spirit of the season wherever he goes in Harry Connick Jr.'s The Happy Elf, now onstage at Clarksville's Roxy Regional Theatre in a delightful production directed by Ryan Bowie and starring the appealing John-Paul Fox in the eponymous role.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2012
Z2 Entertainment presents Hot Soup w/ Lo' Down on the Mothership at the Fox Theatre tonight, August 18th. Tickets are $8.00.
by Chris Gibson - Aug 18, 2010
Avalon Theatre Company announces their 2010-2011 season, with productions of THE GOOD DOCTOR, THE PRICE, AGNES OF GOD, and PORTRAIT OF MY PEOPLE.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 8, 2014
Go Comedy! wants you to live better with its latest original comedy: Better Living through Human Amusements opening April 17 and continuing through June 13. In addition, the theater continues its annual show with the Ferndale Library's Ferndale Reads program, and Michigan's largest improv tournament, BITS, returns April 30.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 24, 2014
Two English Shakespearean actors find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing 'Scenes from Shakespeare' on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 17, 2014
Go Comedy! wants you to live better with its latest original comedy: Better Living through Human Amusements opening tonight, April 17 and continuing through June 13. In addition, the theater continues its annual show with the Ferndale Library's Ferndale Reads program, and Michigan's largest improv tournament, BITS, returns April 30.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 16, 2018
San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors), currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary in continuous operation, has announced the full cast and creative team for the final production of the 2017-2018 season.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 13, 2018
San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors), currently celebrating its 25th Anniversary in continuous operation, has announced the full cast and creative team for the final production of the 2017-2018 season: ME AND MY GIRL, a hilarious and delightful 1930s West End smash hit (winner of three Tony Awards for the critically-acclaimed 1986 Broadway revival). 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2014
Welcome to Rhymeington, USA where the Dream Cafe & Spa is ready to heal what ails you. Lovers, dreamers, parents, workaholics and sometimes, even angels find themselves transformed and inspired in this entertaining new age SELF-HELP MUSICAL comedy! A show for the entire family!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2014
Two English Shakespearean actors find themselves so down on their luck that they are performing 'Scenes from Shakespeare' on the Moose Lodge circuit in the Amish country of Pennsylvania.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2014
Welcome to Rhymeington, USA where the Dream Cafe & Spa is ready to heal what ails you. Lovers, dreamers, parents, workaholics and sometimes, even angels find themselves transformed and inspired in this entertaining new age SELF-HELP MUSICAL comedy! A show for the entire family!