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by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2019
Broadway Palm presents Grumpy Old Men: The Musical playing now through February 8, 2020. The musical adaptation of the popular 1993 Warner Bros. film tells the laugh-out-loud story of family, friendship, love and romance. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
Award-winning production company Element Pictures (The Favourite, Room, The Lobster, Dublin Murders) have released first look imagery from the highly anticipated TV adaptation of Sally Rooney's international literary phenomenon, Normal People.
by Shari Barrett - Sep 30, 2017
The highly original coming of age story PLEASE EXCUSE MY DEAR AUNT SALLY from emerging playwright Kevin Armento features an unconventional narrator: the cell phone belonging to a 15-year-old Red McCray, a troubled teen enduring the break-up of his parents and moving to a new town. Audience members might recognize the play's title from their high school days a mnemonic, or memory aid, for the order of operations needed to solve an algebraic equation (parentheses, exponents, multiply, divide, add, subtract), which comes into play in Red's algebra class when his clowning antics cause his teacher to take his cell phone away and throw it into her desk drawer.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 22, 2017
A funny, sad, lyrical and highly original coming of age story from emerging playwright Kevin Armento features an unconventional narrator: the phone belonging to a troubled teen. Working Barn Productions presents the West Coast premiere of New York Times 'Critic's Pick' Please Excuse My Dear Aunt Sally, directed by Peter Richards. The visiting production runs at the Odyssey Theatre, tonight, Sept. 22, through Oct. 8. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
by Guest Blogger: Aimee Hunsinger - May 31, 2016
The barn is staring to get into its summer swing this year. The first day of rehearsal is getting closer and closer. Counting down the days until school ends and the days until rehearsal starts. We are currently in the end of school paradox. That being you show up to school and sit in all your classes and do nothing. The days are pointless, but I mean it happens every year so… 
by Guest Blogger: Salzhauer and Frank - Jan 18, 2016
Hey everyone and welcome to the first installment of our blog!  First off, a little bit about us.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 19, 2015
Metta Theatre presents the world premiere of MOUTHFUL, the centrepiece of their 10th anniversary celebrations. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the cast in rehearsal!
by Guest Blogger: Rommy Sandhu - Aug 12, 2014
The first week began on a high, a mile-high to be exact. Just like the miners who came to Colorado in search of treasure, the cast, crew and design team of The Unsinkable Molly Brown, led by Kathleen Marshall journeyed to the Denver Center to begin telling the story of Margaret 'Call Me Molly' Tobin Brown. As with most 'First Day of School' days, the energy, excitement and anticipation permeated the room. After a brief introduction, DCPA Producing Artistic Director Kent Thompson began by telling us how truly special Margaret 'Molly' Brown is to the people of Denver and how thrilled the community was to have this production premiere at the DCPA.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 4, 2014
Remy Bumppo's OUR CLASS, directed by Nick Sandys, runs through May 11 in the downstairs mainstage of the Greenhouse Theater Center, 2257 N. Lincoln Ave., Chicago. Scroll down for a first look at Tadeusz Slobodzianek's Polish drama in action!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2012
The School of Theatre at Florida State presents The Monster Under the Bed as its annual and very popular offering of Theatre for Young Audiences, Nov. 15-18 in the Fallon Theatre, on the corner of Call and Copeland streets. Check out the production shots below!
by Peter James Zielinski - Apr 17, 2011
Don't Tell Mama was host last Sunday to the premiere of Mixtape Confessions: Diary of a Teenage Optimist. A new autobiographical show starring Nicole Johndrow, Mixtape Confessions features surprising new arrangements of classic pop hits from 1988 to 1991, structured around Johndrow's audiotape diary from her junior high school days. At the piano was musical director and arranger Warren Freeman, who dueted with Johndrow on several showstoppers, including songs made famous by Whitney Houston, Gloria Estefan, Paula Abdul and Janet Jackson. Also on hand were Anna Ty Bergman and Dani Marcus for some tight girl-group harmonies and the emotionally charged finale, Wilson Phillips' 'Hold On.' Throughout the fast-paced show, Johndrow shares candid moments as the recorded voice of 13-year-old Nicole from the tape diary recounts the joys and embarrassments of the Eighth Grade: the first kiss, the first crush and the first heartbreak.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 30, 2009
Gale Storm, who was one of early television's biggest stars on 'My Little Margie' and 'The Gale Storm Show,' passed away this past Saturday, June 27th at age 87.