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by Steve Feeney - May 24, 2019
Mad Horse Theatre Company has gained a reputation for producing quirky plays that climb all over any remaining distinction between serious and off-the-wall theatrics. The last play for their 33rd season, therefore, is right in their wheelhouse, to borrow a term from the world of baseball.
by Paula Kiger - Jul 17, 2018
Watching New Stage Theatreworks' production of American Idiot is the equivalent of a theatrical energy drink. So much energy, so much angst, so much intensity.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 30, 2017
On Friday, November 3, the Performing Arts Center at 32 Below in New Milford will open 2 By Fierstein: The International Stud (part one of the multiple Tony Award-winning Torch Song Trilogy) and On Tidy Endings (from the award-winning Safe Sex). Both one act plays are written by Connecticut local, Harvey Fierstein. Scroll down for a sneak peek!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 21, 2017
Michael Weller's comedy Loose Ends, opened on March 15th at T. Schreiber Studio (TSS). The play runs through April 15th at the award-winning T. Schreiber Studio located at 151 West 26th Street, 7th Floor (between 6th & 7th Ave.), New York.
by Walter McBride - Jan 11, 2017
The Front Page has entered its final week of performances on Broadway, but stars John Slattery and John Goodman will now be around for the ages. The duo just traveled across the street to Sardi's to unveil their new portraits. Check out photos from the festivities below!
by Jerri Shafer - Nov 7, 2016
An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet cafe. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man - with a lot of loose ends. The twists and turns of this modern play will keep you on the edge of your seat.
by BWW News Desk - May 27, 2016
Bucks County Playhouse's star-studded revival of Robert Harling's saucy Southern comedy STEEL MAGNOLIAS, directed by four-time Oscar nominee Marsha Mason, begins performances tonight, May 27 ahead of tomorrow night's official opening. STEEL MAGNOLIAS is set to run through June 18.  Check out a sneak peek at the cast below!
by Roy Berko - Jan 25, 2016
What do Tracy Letts (SUPERIOR DONUTS), Yasmina Reza (GOD OF CARNAGE), Amy Herzog (4000 MILES), and David Adjmi (MARIE ANTOINETTE) have in common. Their names all appear on the best new contemporary playwrights' lists. Many also are names which, if you have been to Dobama during the past couple of years, you have seen their plays produced.
by Samantha Reichstein - Jan 11, 2015
Opening with a congratulatory dinner for Hannah's soon-to-be Iowa send-off, the same uncomfortable vibes from her parents form around the table, though this time Hannah handles it with a newfound poise and control. Wondering if all it took was an acceptance letter to prove herself to the world, we can't help but feel happy seeing Hannah content and collected. Of course Adam just has to show up late, proving from his thirty-second scene that change is far from him. Still making Hannah's parents uncomfortable, still bitching about his recent career choice of acting, and still unable to show his true feelings about really anything dealing with Hannah's success.
by Walter McBride - Nov 22, 2014
BroadwayWorld brings you photos of Rasche in the BroadwayWorld.com series 'In The Spotlight' by acclaimed photographer Walter McBride!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 5, 2014
New Jersey Repertory Company, located at 179 Broadway in Long Branch, presents the World Premiere of Dinner With The Boys by Dan Lauria. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
by Shari Barrett - Jun 15, 2014
Queer Classics re-imagines one of the most popular comedic plays ever written - Oscar Wilde's THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by presenting the four lovers in the story as dashing gay men. Director Casey Kringlen brings this sassy comedy to the Hollywood Fringe Festival, mining hysterical new meaning into many of the classic play's lines about society and manners.
by Caroline Sposto - Apr 19, 2014
Grace is making its shining regional debut at The Circuit Playhouse. This tragicomedy centers on a naive, evangelical couple, Sam (Joel Onken) and Sara (Morgan Howard) who move from Minnesota to Florida to pursue Steve's dream of opening a chain of gospel-themed motels.
by Shari Barrett - Aug 25, 2013
What if you had a second chance to rekindle your first love? Surely most of us wonder what happened to the young man or woman who meant so much to us when we were too young to appreciate what losing that love might do to the rest of our lives. Such is the story of Irene and Chet in A SHORT STAY AT CARRANOR.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2013
In celebration of Romantic composer Giuseppe Verdi's bicentenary, The Glimmerglass Festival premiered a bold new production of the composer's rarely seen comedy King for a Day (Un giorno di regno) on Sunday. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2013
An incessantly ringing cell phone in a quiet cafe. A stranger at the next table who has had enough. And a dead man, with a lot of loose ends. Richard Israeldirects Dead Man's Cell Phone, a wildly imaginative and off-center romantic comedy by MacArthur 'Genius' Grant recipient Sarah Ruhl, opening tonight, June 7 at International City Theatre (ICT) in the Long Beach Performing Arts Center. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production below!
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2011
The Public Theater (Artistic Director Oskar Eustis; Executive Director Patrick Willingham) will present post-show discussions following select performances of the Public Lab production, TITUS ANDRONICUS, directed by Michael Sexton. The Public Lab Thursday Night Speaker Series for TITUS ANDRONICUS will be held following the Thursday, December 8 and Thursday, December 15 performances and consist of engaging conversations with notable panelists. Tickets are $15 for all performances and include free admission to the post-show discussions. TITUS ANDRONICUS runs through Sunday, December 18. Check out production shots below!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2008
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre launches their 32nd season with SHOGUN MACBETH, an adaptation by John R. Briggs from the play by William Shakespeare. Directed by Ernest Abuba (Pacific Overtures, Yellow Fever), SHOGUN MACBETH begins performances at the Julia Miles Theatre in NYC on November 4, 2008
by Linda Lenzi - Mar 23, 2007
Christian Campbell headlined a staged invitation-only reading of Michael Weller's play Loose Ends on March 22nd.
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