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by Kathleen Anwar - Sep 28, 2020
“Poor Jerusha Abbot- the oldest orphan in the John Grier home!” This young woman’s fortunes turn around after a kindly and mysterious trustee decides to do something radical for the time period: sponsoring her- that is, paying for the education of a female- as a semi-anonymous benefactor.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Aug 7, 2020
DIAVOLO Architecture in Motion presents This Is Me: Letters From The Front Lines.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Oct 30, 2019
Based on the iconic novel by George Orwell, a?oe1984a?? is the story of Winston Smith, who has come to the attention of the state of Oceania, the authoritarian state. Initially written in 1949, meaning that it was projecting 35 years into the future at that time, it is uncanny, that, 35 years later, it is being presented yet once again, and, terrifyingly, it is probably more relevant than ever before. With the brutal soul-searching, diary-exposing help of four Party Members of a?oeThe Ministry of Truth,a?? and a maiming stun gun, Winston is forced to confess his Thoughtcrimes before an unseen questioner, and the audience (surrounding the square stage in the middle on all four sides; it's almost as if they are secretly witnesses and jury) is up close and personal witnessing the torture and depredation being dealt to Mr. Smith.
by Rosanna Liuski - Jul 1, 2019
A small moment of silence and a giving of a rhythm and the music starts to bang at Taabori: the huge ensemble and all of the actors gather up in front of us, mouths from the biggest to the smallest ones opening up widely as they sing the Joutomiehia Useless men -song.
by Kathleen Anwar - May 2, 2019
A troubled student and fearful educators in a time of school shootings- this is what sets the stage for Office Hour, a drama by Julia Cho.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Mar 22, 2019
During the three-day MOVES Dance Festival held at the Montalban Theatre in Hollywood, the hard-working contemporary dance company Entity presented a fascinating work that they based on “The True Cost,” a documentary by Andrew Morgan about the garment and fashion industry and the effects of greed, fear, power and poverty it causes in our world. Through dance and sound, they have constructed a visual imagery of the inner workings of both a “sweatshop” environment, becoming parts of the machinery at times, overworked and working their hands to the bone at a frantic pace, and it then becomes a trying-on party for one very finicky customer, who is meant to signify consumers as a whole.
by Rosanna Liuski - Nov 17, 2018
Interview with Ilkka Hamalainen who plays the title role of the Phantom of the Opera in the Finnish National Opera
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2018
On May 31st, Rich Little, arguably the most famous impressionist in the world, was honored by the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce during their Hollywood Hero ceremony with the Johnny Grant Award, along with Diahann Carroll (receiving the Mary Pickford Award).  
by Stephen Sorokoff - May 3, 2018
Even though Sheldon Harnick was playing the violin in his High School's Gilbert & Sullivan productions… 'I could still hear the lyrics', he wrote in his alumni magazine of Northwestern University. Harnick continued, 'At that time I was turned on by the patter songs, so I began to familiarize myself with Gilbert and Sullivan. I was more fascinated by the virtuosity than anything else. Little by little, I also realized what a fine poet Gilbert was and how imaginative he was, even in the slower songs. So he became an enormous influence.'
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2018
Tonight marks the opening of the world premiere of Old Fools by Tristan Bernays, a surprising, touching and often humorous tale about a couple, one of whom is living with Alzheimer's, and their enduring efforts to hold their relationship together through the years.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2017
ONE19 Productions presents A Night Of Horovitz; The Indian Wants The Bronx, Beirut Rocks through October 22nd
by Jeanmarie Simpson - Aug 28, 2017
Wildly talented, vastly experienced director/choreographer Cambrian James' staging is at times crisp and clear and spot on.
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Mar 25, 2017
Little by Little, a nonprofit organization comprised of young performers from Broadway, TV and Dance teamed up with Miss Southeast Georgia Alyssa Beasley who hosted De Novo on March 24th at the New York Creative Cultural Center, 7:30 p.m., in a benefit concert for Kevin TOKYO Inouye, a well-known dance choreographer who lost his home in a fire earlier this year. The show featured performers of all ages sharing their talents. BroadwayWorld was there for the fun, check out the photos below!
by Genevieve Rafter Keddy - Mar 25, 2017
Little by Little, a nonprofit organization comprised of young performers from Broadway, TV and Dance communities is thrilled to have Miss Southeast Georgia Alyssa Beasley host De Novo on March 24th at the New York Creative Cultural Center, 7:30 p.m., in a benefit concert for Kevin TOKYO Inouye, a well-known dance choreographer who lost his home in a fire earlier this year. The red carpet was rolled out last night and BroadwayWorld was there. Check out the photos below!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2017
Tony and Emmy Award-winner Cynthia Nixon stopped by The York Theatre Company's 'New2NY' production of 'Mark Felt, Superstar' to visit friends Joshua Rosenblum (composer) and cast member Peter Benson. Scroll down for photos of her with the cast!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2017
Below, meet the cast and creative team of The York Theatre Company New2NY presentation of Mark Felt, Superstar, with book, music and lyrics by Joshua Rosenblum (Bush Is Bad, Fermat's Last Tango)!
by Walter McBride - Nov 11, 2014
Roundabout Theatre Company presents Tony Award-winner Rosemary Harris in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink, directed by Carey Perloff. Indian Ink runs through November 30, 2014, at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 46th Street). BroadwayWorld brings you photos of the company in the BroadwayWorld.com series 'In The Spotlight' by acclaimed photographer Walter McBride!
by Walter McBride - Oct 1, 2014
Roundabout Theatre Company presents Tony Award-winner Rosemary Harris in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink, directed by Carey Perloff. Indian Ink began previews on September 4, and officially opened last night, September 30, at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 46th Street). This is a limited engagement through November 30, 2014. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the opening night red carpet below!
by Walter McBride - Oct 1, 2014
Roundabout Theatre Company presents Tony Award-winner Rosemary Harris in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink, directed by Carey Perloff. Indian Ink began previews on September 4, and officially opened last night, September 30, at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 46th Street). This is a limited engagement through November 30, 2014. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the opening night after party below!
by Walter McBride - Oct 1, 2014
Roundabout Theatre Company presents Tony Award-winner Rosemary Harris in the New York premiere of Tom Stoppard's Indian Ink, directed by Carey Perloff. Indian Ink began previews on September 4, and officially opened last night, September 30, at the Laura Pels Theatre in the Harold and Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre (111 46th Street). This is a limited engagement through November 30, 2014. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the opening night curtain call below!