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BWW Review: A UNIQUE TALE THAT HIGHLIGHTS THE AFFECTS OF ABUSE - THE RESCUED at The ROAD Theatre Company
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Sep 28, 2018
Quite the novel way to expose the damages of abuse. It is both sad and funny as the Cast of THE RESCUED plays out an afternoon at a certain dwelling and backyard on a street in Anytown, USA. Julia Marie Myatt, the Playwright, has crafted a different way of viewing how verbal, physical and mental abuse can affect someone their entire lives, and yet as these characters begin to share their backgrounds and stories with each other, it begins to help them heal and deal with the disappointments and tragedies of life and find contentment and acceptance in the present.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2017
Porchlight Music TheatreÂ and Artistic DirectorÂ Michael WeberÂ are proud to announce the final mainstage production it its 2016 - 2017 seasonÂ Marry Me a LittleÂ starringÂ Austin CookÂ andÂ Bethany Thomas, music and lyrics byÂ Stephen SondheimÂ and originally conceived byÂ Craig LucasÂ andÂ NormanÂ Rene,Â with direction byÂ Jess McLeodÂ and music direction byÂ Porchlight Artistic Associate Cook.Â Previews areÂ Friday, April 14 at 8 p.m., Saturday, April 15 at 8 p.m., Sunday, April 16 at 2 p.m. and Monday, April 17 at 7:30 p.m.Â Opening night is Tuesday, April 18 at 7:30 p.m.Â The performance schedule is Thursdays atÂ 7:30 p.m., Fridays atÂ 8 p.m., Saturdays atÂ 4 and 8 p.m.Â and Sundays atÂ 2 p.m.Â with an added matinee performanceÂ Thursday, May 11 at 1:30 p.m.Â NOTEÂ There are noÂ 7:30 p.m.Â performancesÂ Thursday, April 20 andÂ Â May 11Â and noÂ 4 p.m.Â performanceÂ Â Saturday, April 22.Â Tickets toÂ Marry Me a LittleÂ are available atÂ PorchlightMusicTheatre.orgÂ or by calling the Stage 773 box office,Â 773.327.5252.Â
by Walter McBride - Jan 19, 2013
Today, we're featuring Bert Convy circa 1981. Convy first appeared on Broadway in Billy Barnes Revue in 1959, followed by Vintage '60, Nowhere to Go But Up, The Beast in Me, Love and Kisses, Fiddler on the Roof, The Impossible Years, Cabaret, The Front Page and Nine. His off-Broadway credits include The Fantasticks, Morning Sun and Shoot Anything With Hair That Moves. He was also the conceiver and director for off-Broadway's Do It Again! in 1971.
by Walter McBride - Jul 9, 2012
Welcome to BroadwayWorld.com's 'Photo Blast From the Past' series. Featuring some of the collected theatre gem's of BroadwayWorld's own senior photographer Walter McBride, the series showcases images from his archives of theatre and Hollywood related gems. Today, we bring you Kaye Ballard, Broadway vet who made her Broadway debut in The Golden Apple in 1954 and went on to star in Carnival!, The Beast In Me, Molly, and the Pirates of Penzance.