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BWW Spotlight Series: Meet Julia Buis, an L.A. Actor Who Traveled the World Entertaining Before Settling in Hamburg, Germany
by Shari Barrett - May 28, 2020
With the current theatre world on hiatus, I have created a Spotlight Series on Broadway World which features interviews with some of the many talented artists who make our Los Angeles theatre community so exciting and vibrant thanks to their ongoing contribution to keeping the Arts alive in the City of the Angels. And just like all of us, I wondered how they are dealing with the abrupt end of productions in which they were involved. This Spotlight focuses on Julia Buis, an L.A. actor who traveled the world entertaining before settling in Hamburg, Germany.
by Shari Barrett - May 3, 2020
With the current theatre world on hiatus, I have created a Spotlight Series on Broadway World which features interviews with some of the many talented artists who make our Los Angeles theatre community so exciting and vibrant thanks to their ongoing contribution to keeping the Arts alive in the City of the Angels. And just like all of us, I wondered how they are dealing with the abrupt end of productions in which they were involved. This Spotlight focuses on Robert Yacko, one of the busiest triple-threat performers in Los Angeles!
BWW Review: Satirizing and Paying Tribute to the Genre, Award-winning Musical [title of the show] ([nome do espetaculo]) Arrives in Sao Paulo
by Claudio Erlichman - Nov 15, 2019
Winner of the 2018 Humor Award, Broadway musical comedy [title of show] finally arrives in Sao Paulo in a short season, from Saturday to Monday, at Nucleo Experimental.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2019
A German Jewish refugee is haunted by her past, but resiliently moves toward the future. Antaeus Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Eight Nights, a story developed in the Antaeus Playwrights Lab that honors the global refugee experience. Written by Jennifer Maisel and directed by Emily Chase, Eight Nights opens at the Kiki & David Gindler Performing Arts Center in Glendale on Nov. 8, where performances continue through Dec. 16. Low-priced previews begin Oct. 31.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 26, 2019
Rubicon Theatre opens the company's 22nd Season with an environmental production of the musical Big River: The Adventures of Huckleberry Finn, opening October 26 at 7pm and continuing through November 10, 2019. Directed by Kirby Ward, with a company of 23, the production runs Wednesdays through Sundays in Ventura's Downtown Cultural District at the company's home at 1006 E. Main Street, Ventura, CA Â 93001.Â
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2019
Theater-making band The Lobbyists announce their new collective at fall gala with appearances by DAVE THOMAS BROWN (Book of Mormon, Heathers), KIM BLANCK (Octet), CHRISTOPHER SEARS (Only Yesterday), BANDITS ON THE RUN, and others!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 12, 2019
The Skin of Our TeethÂ âÂ The story of humankind told through the lives of the Antrobus family. Set in 20th century New Jersey and the Ice Age, Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning play is a whirlwind of modernity and antiquity.
by Roy Berko - Jul 7, 2019
It is reasonable, with the Cleveland Orchestra playing its annual 'Salute to America' at Blossom, just yards away, and POTUS going through what appears to be his childhood dream of having tanks, planes and fireworks light up the nation's capital for its birthday, that Porthouse Theatre get into the mood by staging 'Tintypes,' a musical revue with almost fifty patriot songs.
by Roy Berko - Jun 15, 2019
BWW Review: For One Night Only TIAGO BARBOSA Presents His Show: ESTRADA - SONHOS NAO ENVELHECEM, at Theatro NET SP
by Claudio Erlichman - May 21, 2019
Brazilian actor who is famed for his role as Simba in the Brazilian and Spanish stage of The Lion King, Tiago Barbosa returns to Brazil with the show ESTRADA (Road). The one-man show brings together on stage the memories and successes of his career as a singer and actor.
by Bruce Apar - May 12, 2019
It's a fun-house mirror of Americana arcana, reminding us that the reason blood is thicker than water is because it's larded with toxic sentiment
by Claudio Erlichman - Apr 26, 2019
Angels in America is a two-part play by American playwright Tony Kushner which he describes as 'A Gay Fantasia on National Themes'. The work won numerous awards, including the Pulitzer Prize for Drama, the Tony Award for Best Play, and the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Play. The play is a complex, often metaphorical, and at times symbolic examination of AIDS and homosexuality in America in the 1980s. Certain major and minor characters are supernatural beings (angels) or deceased persons (ghosts). The play contains multiple roles for several of the actors. Initially and primarily focusing on a gay couple in Manhattan, the play also has several other storylines, some of which occasionally intersect. The two parts of the play are separately presentable and entitled Millennium Approaches and Perestroika, respectively, at Teatro do SESC Vila Mariana.
by Amanda Prahl - Apr 20, 2019
Previously a folk singer-songwriter, Anais Mitchell is blazing new ground on Broadway this season, both with her unique jazz-folk interpretation of classical Greek mythology and as the first woman in over a decade to be solely responsible for the book, music, and lyrics of a Broadway musical.
by Claudio Erlichman - Mar 29, 2019
Glamour, power and greed in the musical that made history on Broadway. This is 'Sunset Boulevard', a super production that premiered on March 22 at Teatro Santander, Sao Paulo, and marks the return to the stages of one of the most beloved Brazilian theater duo: Marisa Orth and Daniel Boaventura. They will be the protagonists of the seven Tony Awards winning musical, featuring songs by Andrew Lloyd Weber.
by Ben Rimalower - Mar 15, 2019
In 10th Grade, I was in the chorus of a production of Oklahoma! in the auditorium of my synagogue and it was the best theatrical experience I've ever had. I remember getting home from the closing night cast party and crying myself to sleep. I could cry now putting on the movie or listening to 'The Farmer and the Cowman,' or maybe most of all, if I sing a little bit of the introduction to the title song.
BWW Interview: THE DEAD SOUTH Charms North America and Europe With Bluegrass, Banjo, Guitar and Grit
by Cindy Sibilsky - Feb 6, 2019
BWW Review: THE DEAD SOUTH Charms North America and Europe With Bluegrass, Banjo, Guitar and Grit
BWW Review: Celebrating Her 90 Years, Nathalia Timberg Gives Life to Iris Apfel, World Fashion Icon, in ATRAVES DA IRIS (Through the Iris)
by Claudio Erlichman - Jan 15, 2019
Atraves da Iris (Through the Iris) is a tribute to New Yorker Iris Apfel, world icon of fashion at 97 years. 'More is more, less is bore", a joke with the old 'less is more,' is the motto of Iris Apfel, businesswoman, interior designer, and today one of the world's greatest references in pop art and fashion; opening the celebrations for the 90 years of Nathalia Timberg, which will be completed in 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2018
The Wilbury Theatre Group continues its record-breaking 2018/19 season with the Rhode Island premiere of the avant-americana musical by Cesar Alvarez and The Lisps, Futurity, December 6-23, 2018.
Photo Flash: The Indie Collaborative At Carnegie Hall - A Celebration Of Musical Excellence And Diversity
by BWW News Desk - Nov 27, 2018
Independent artist collective - known as the Indie Collaborative - proudly made their debut public performance at the world famous Carnegie Hall at the Weill Recital Hall in New York City on Monday, November 19, 2018 at 8 PM. This performance marked a milestone in the three-year old organization that supports and promotes the music profession, featuring three different genres of music: Musical Theater, World Music, and American Roots/Country Music.