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You Never Know - 1938 - Broadway

Based on the play By Candlelight by Siegfried Geyer

Adapted from the Viennese operetta Bei Kerzenleicht by Robert Katscher and Karl Farkas


Winter Garden Theatre

(London, )
Drury Lane
by Stephi Wild - May 9, 2021
The feature film of new musical In Pieces by Joey Contreras is available to stream beginning next week!
by Stephen Mosher - May 4, 2021
It's time to try a new form of acting, and that's what Austin Pendleton is all about. On May 6th he will join the MetropolitanZoom family as he and Barbara Bleier perform their first ever virtual cabaret! Not to be missed.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 4, 2021
Cobb County PARKS has kicked off their 2021 Drive-In Concert Series and the second performance is on the horizon. On May 15th, for two performances, UNPLUG BROADWAY hits the drive-in stage at the Cobb Civic Center parking lot.
by Stephi Wild - May 27, 2021
Internet attorney and media journalist, Andrew Rossow launched AR Media Consulting to help provide a platform for those marginalized voices to be heard in media, regardless of Silicon Valley or Hollywood success.
by Jim Munson - May 25, 2021
If you've been spending some of your pandemic downtime attempting to declutter your life and have found yourself struggling to let go of certain items of no discernable value or use, Jeff Greenwald has got just the show for you. On May 29th, the acclaimed travel writer and performer will bring his new show, 108 Beloved Objects, to The Marsh, inviting audiences to rethink how we interact with the material world. When his travel assignments dried up due to the COVID pandemic, Greenwald used that as an opportunity to embark on an inward journey around his Oakland flat, ultimately picking out 108 objects that evoked personal passages. Greenwald parts with these items and introduces an element of chance by inviting five audience members to pick one object that catches their eye from a grid of 16 images. Whether it's a toy camera or a dolphin tooth necklace, each item has its own fascinating tale to tell, leading to a series of unexpected encounters and surprising destinations that are humorous, thought-provoking and deeply personal. Immediately following the performance Greenwald will be joined by The Marsh Founder/Artistic Director Stephanie Weisman for a Q&A. 108 Beloved Objects will be streamed at 7:30pm (PDT) on Saturday, May 29. For more information, visit BroadwayWorld spoke with Greenwald last week from his flat in Oakland, California. This past, essentially homebound year has definitely been a strange one for someone like him who makes his living largely as a travel writer. We talked about how his original impetus to declutter his life led to this new solo show, his thoughts on why we get so attached to certain objects and what their ultimate function might be, and his challenges as a self-professed non-actor to become a successful solo performer. As might be expected for such an inveterate traveler, Greenwald is an inherently interesting interview. He is very comfortable chatting with folks (like me) whom he's never met, readily offers up little bits of insight gleaned from his exposure to so many different cultures, and isn't reticent to gently question some of his interviewer's assumptions. He also has an understated sense of humor that often lies just below the surface of his actual words.
by Jeffrey Kare - May 21, 2021
In 2016 and 2017, I had the great pleasure of attending the Triangle Rising Star Awards at the Durham Performing Arts Center. In 2018 and 2019, I wasn't able to do so due to other commitments I had when they were being held. Last year, the 10th annual show was set to take place on May 28th with former American Idol runner-up, Broadway alum, and Raleigh native Clay Aiken serving as guest host. However, the COVID-19 pandemic (which took full swing in March of 2020) ended up forcing DPAC to suspend performances until further notice. Though this year, the Triangle Rising Star Awards have returned (albeit, virtually), and I was able to tune in from the comfort of my home.
by Student Blogger: Claire Desenberg - May 20, 2021
As a graduating senior just about ready to run and jump off the nearest cliff the next time I hear this arrangement of sounds and syllables in the english language, let me share with you how I answer this question after mentally screaming for about 3 seconds. 
by James Lindhorst - May 2, 2021
BroadwayWorld recently had the opportunity to sit down with STAGES St. Louis associate producer Andrew Kuhlman. Andrew is a Best Musical Tony nominee as associate producer for The Prom. He is an educator who has taught both at the high school and collegiate levels. He is a graduate of Bradley University in Peoria Illinois and majored in Theater Performance. Andrew made the decision to return to St. Louis following graduation to pursue his career in the arts and spend time with his aging grandmother, putting family before his career. It is to the benefit of the vibrant St. Louis theater scene that Andrew lends his talents to help stage the Broadway caliber productions at STAGES St. Louis.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 19, 2021
Hosted by actress and comedian, Tiffany Haddish (“The Last O.G.,” “Girls Trip”) and featuring surprise special guests each week, viewers can get the weekend started right with TBS.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 17, 2021
After a 15-month shutdown due to the COVID-19 epidemic, proprietors Steve Baruch, Richard Frankel, and Tom Viertel have announced that “Broadway’s Supper Club” Feinstein’s/54 Below will reopen its iconic red door for live performances on June 17, 2021. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 17, 2021
Cooper, a Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee, usually spends up to six months a year on the road, bringing his iconic brand of rock psycho-drama to fans both old and new, enjoying it as much as the audience does.
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2021
Future Spotlight Productions today announce an encore run of the new musical film In Pieces by Joey Contreras, directed by Louis Rayneau, following the success of the film's limited streaming release earlier this year.
by Stephen Mosher - May 10, 2021
In the name of cutting his suit to fit his cloth, Jim David put himself to good use in the quarantine and came out with a smash-hit comedy CD that is selling like hotcakes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2021
The Gateway Playhouse in Somers Point NJ will present Piano Bar at the Gateway on Friday June 18th at 7pm with Michael McAssey on stage playing the baby grand. Bar service available. If you would like to sing, please bring your music or just come and enjoy the evening. You never know who will show up!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 30, 2021
Hosted on the historic Coaling Jetty on the River Thames in front of the Grade II* listed Battersea Power Station, London's only open-air cinema and theatre experience will feature special theatre and comedy performances from The Turbine Theatre and film screenings from The Cinema in The Arches, formerly known as Archlight Cinema.
by Greg Kerestan - Jun 30, 2021
You don't know what you've got 'til it's gone, and that includes live event entertainers at your local theme park.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Lang - Jun 3, 2021
One of the hallmarks of a true Broadway fan is annoying family members or roommates by singing the same songs in the dead of night from your bedroom. So, here is my advice for you based on the song that keeps waking up your sibling in the next room.
by Team BWW - Jun 29, 2021
Before we get to know this year's Jimmy Awards nominees, BroadwayWorld is catching up with some of the program's alumni! Below, get to know just a few, including: Travis Anderson, Anna Ascheman, Laurel Bollard, Anna Gassett, Matt Gurniak, Lauren Harkness, J.R. Heckman, Morgan Higgins Pereira, Bethany Menjivar, Shauni Ruetz, and Jeremy VandenHout.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 29, 2021
BroadwayWorld had the pleasure of talking to Root about his long career in theatre, TV, and film — Root even reveals when the next season of Barry is scheduled to start shooting.
by Student Blogger: Allie Pruett - Jun 25, 2021
About two months ago, my mom and I were talking about him and then she asked me if I'd like something signed by him, and I jumped at the chance. Turns out, she was messaging back and forth with his sister-in-law who lives in the same town as us, who said he would be coming to town soon and that she'd give this stuff to him to sign for me.
by Student Blogger: Lauren Brown - Jun 25, 2021
When I first heard the news that Larson’s musical was going to be adapted into a film for Netflix, my heart skipped a beat and my love for Tick Tick Boom resurfaced in an overwhelming way. His other and much more popular musical Rent has been a long time favorite of mine, but there’s something about the intimacy and relatability of his first show. Written as a semi-autobiographical musical and even using his own name for the main character, the show is really Larson’s personal story about living as a starving artist in New York City.
by Paula Kiger - Jun 22, 2021
Many people lose themselves a little bit as middle age approaches. When “Becky’s New Car” at Theatre Tallahassee puts one woman’s experience of realizing she has worked too hard and (perhaps) played too little on stage, surprises await.
by Marc Savitt - Jun 21, 2021
Barrington Stage Company has been presenting award winning theatre in downtown Pittsfield for more than a quarter century. The thought of not producing during the pandemic was unacceptable to BSC Artistic Director, Julianne Boyd, board members and staffers. They went to extraordinary lengths to present a highly irregular and relatively limited number of offerings.
by Team BWW - Jun 20, 2021
Before we get to know this year's Jimmy Awards nominees, BroadwayWorld is catching up with some of the program's alumni! Below, get to know just a few, including: Nora Cullinan, Emily Emmett, Arella Flur, Caleb Jingo, Alyssa McDonald, Tony Moreno, Morgan Roberts, Michelle Rubich, Alex Syiek, and Riley Thad Young.
by TV News Desk - Jun 16, 2021
These accolades are in addition to being recognized as a top 10 Artist of the Year along with The Grand Ole Opry, Norah Jones, Camping World Concert Series, Bandsintown Outskirts, for 2020.
by Student Blogger: Fallon Garretson - Jul 8, 2021
With the pandemic (hopefully) coming to an end and a recent loss in my family, here is a reflection upon how life can be taken away in an instant. You should always live in the moment because life can and will pass you by before you can even blink.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
Michael McAssey is a winner and three-time nominee of the MAC AWARD for Outstanding Male Vocalist, presented in New York by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets and Clubs and made his Town Hall debut at the Mabel Mercer FOUNDATION'S 13th ANNUAL CABARET CONVENTION.
by Student Blogger:Sydney Van de Putte - Jul 7, 2021
After having my first year of college online, here is how I am preparing for the switch between 100% online to 100% irl.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2021
After more than 16 months without live theatre, a group of Broadway vendors along with members of Broadway Makers Alliance are bringing the community together for the most anticipated event all year – PLACES PLEASE! BROADWAY'S BACK!
by TV News Desk - Jul 28, 2021
The new song, 'All I Need', is another fine example of the empowering and thought-provoking bangers that Typhoid Rosie specializes in.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 26, 2021
Always be willing to take an adventure and see something about which you know nothing... it could turn out to be something worth seeing.
by Peter Nason - Jul 24, 2021
It's a cabaret, with songs both bouncy and torchy, but it’s more than that.  It’s like a quirky collage, a found object performance piece. And there's nothing else quite like it.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 21, 2021
Louis Rayneau directs Kyle Birch (Austyn), Amy Di Bartolemeo (Alex), Jacob Fowler (Hunter), Jordan Luke Gage (Grey), Ross Harmon (Charlie), Beccy Lane (Jael), Georgie Lovatt (Sam), Danielle Steers (River) with Roxanne Couch, Millie Cranston, Jack Dargan, Megan
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 16, 2021
Next week, FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by TV News Desk - Jul 13, 2021
Currently rising at Alternative radio stations across America, “Just For Kids” is but one of many highlights found on Kweller’s acclaimed new album, Circuit Boredom, available now via The Noise Company at all DSPs and streaming services.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 1, 2021
This month, FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Student Blogger: Laura Frost - Apr 8, 2021
This is the time of year when your shorts and flip-flops are parked next to your snow boots and parka.
by Student Blogger: Jaclyn Hansen - Apr 8, 2021
As most seniors in high school have finished up their college auditions, hearing decisions from schools, and putting down deposits, I thought it would be the perfect time to share my “must-have” items that have made college so much easier, especially as a Musical Theatre major.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 5, 2021
As the final installment of its virtual winter season, Northern Sky Theater will present a virtual concert by songwriter and singer Doc Heide on Saturday, April 17 at 7 p.m. CDT. The show will premiere live on the 17th and then be available on demand through May 31.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 30, 2021
Check out this week's top ten TikToks, featuring Kathryn Gallagher, JJ Niemann, Samantha Pauly, Joe Iconis, Joey Contreras and more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 30, 2021
Stop by and spend an entertaining, informative half hour in the Rumpus Room with “Doris Dear's Gurl Talk” … you never know who might knock on her door!
by Student Blogger: Grace Cutler - Apr 28, 2021
Improv is defined as creating scenes that have never been done before, and will never be done again. The scenes aren’t planned, and everything happens in the moment!
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 27, 2021
MAC Award recipient Doris Dear tested the virtual waters last year with her one-of-a-kind chat show, and it looks like the public dug it because GURL TALK is back for another season of shows. You go, gurl!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 22, 2021
American rap artist Joshua Turner, better known as deM atlaS, will release Depends On U, the second single of his highly anticipated EP redeMption, on April 23, 2021 on and other platforms.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 2, 2021
Broadway Records announced today the release of IN PIECES, a new musical by Joey Contreras. With 10 tracks, this highlights recording features performances by David Archuleta, Andrew Barth Feldman, George Salazar, Solea Pfeiffer, Ben Fankhauser, Natalie Weiss, Ashley De La Rosa, Leslie Hiatt and Emily Kristen Morris.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Apr 19, 2021
This past week I had the opportunity to speak with Eric about his theatre-related commentary tracks and how he believes the tracks fit into performance art as a whole. Enjoy, and Go Tigers!
by Stephi Wild - Apr 16, 2021
The album is available today from Broadway Records and wherever digital music is sold. 
by Courtney Savoia - Apr 16, 2021
Broadway Records recently announced the release of IN PIECES, a new musical by Joey Contreras. This energetic and emotional 10-track highlights album features a robust lineup of talent from popular artists, including David Archuleta, Andrew Barth Feldman, George Salazar, Solea Pfeiffer, Ben Fankhauser, Natalie Weiss, Ashley De La Rosa, Leslie Hiatt, and Emily Kristen Morris. Showcasing their unique and powerful voices, along with their flair for storytelling, IN PIECES brings the musical’s candid themes of our human existence to light.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 13, 2021
Sara Mearns recently partnered with Seattle Dance Collective on the new dance film Gallop Apace. Starring Mearns, the film interprets Shakespeare's 'Gallop Apace' monologue from Romeo and Juliet through movement, navigating Juliet's emotional transformation from young girl to woman.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 12, 2021
Olli has appeared in the off-Broadway premieres of Bella: An American Tall Tale (Playwrights Horizons), Who's Your Baghdaddy? Or How I Started The Iraq War (Actors Temple), and The Rafa Play (Flea Theatre).