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by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2021
Next up in First Stage's Through Our Lens 2021 Virtual Season of Plays will be Arthur Miller's powerful and timely drama THE CRUCIBLE. Winner of both the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award and inspired by the McCarthy hearings of the 1950s, the play takes audiences back to a fictionalized account of the Salem, Massachusetts witch trials that took place during the years 1692 and 1693. It is a tale of lies, revenge and mass hysteria as the citizens of Salem turn against each other as gossip becomes fact, lies become truth and innocence becomes guilt. Miller explores how public hysteria combined with fear can destroy people's lives.
by Bruce Apar - Dec 7, 2020
When the ghost of Scrooge’s deceased partner Jacob Marley shows up to apprise him of the three visitations coming his way, if you close your eyes, Mr. Spaddacino would have you believing there were two actors on stage. It’s a lot of fun to watch -- and hear.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2020
 First Stage begins its 2020/21 Virtual Season of Plays  with THE QUEST FOR SOLOMON’S TREASURE, an exciting new historical adventure web series that will stream exclusively for First Stage audiences.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Aug 14, 2020
Frank Sinatra loved to play along with the TV game show Jeopardy. Here's a Jeopardy question .....What little boy in Chicago, used to shine shoes in taverns while a jukebox in the background played Sinatra tunes and then became Frank Sinatra's opening act on tour for 14 years? He was also MC and pallbearer at Mr. Sinatra's funeral.
by Jennifer Broski - Mar 11, 2020
The Second Stage Theater production of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out is in rehearsals and will begin previews April 2, 2020 and officially open on April 23, 2020 at Second Stage's Hayes Theater (240 West 44th Street). The cast just met the press and BroadwayWorld was on hand for the big day!
by BWW News Desk - Mar 9, 2020
Jobsite presents John Patrick Shanley's 2005 winner of both the Pulitzer Prize for Drama and the Tony Award for Best Play, DOUBT, A PARABLE.
by Jennifer Broski - Mar 9, 2020
The Second Stage Theater production of Richard Greenberg's Take Me Out will begin previews April 2, 2020 and officially open on April 23, 2020 at Second Stage's Hayes Theater (240 West 44th Street).
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2020
 On February 21st, TheatreWorks New Milford will open Nick Payne's two-character love story, Constellations.  This seemingly simple boy- meets-girl tale is spun into what seems like an infinite loop of 'might-have-been' alternatives which will bedazzle the audience in more ways than one. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for children.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2020
The story of a man and a community at the crossroads. What is the price of success and what must be done to achieve it? What is the cost of progress and what is lost along the way? The great August Wilson's final story in his epic 10-play cycle of the African American experience in the 20th Century. A theatrical event not to be missed.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2020
Theatre Royal Bath Productions has released new production imagery for its hit comedy production of Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage which returns in a new UK tour following an acclaimed run as part of its Summer Season 2018. Directed by Lindsay Posner (A View from the Bridge, Carousel), the production stars Elizabeth McGovern (Downton Abbey, Ragtime) who reprises her dazzling performance as Veronica alongside Nigel Lindsay (Victoria, Four Lions) as bluff husband Michael with new cast members Samantha Spiro (Grandma's House, Lady Windermere's Fan) as Annette and Simon Paisley Day (Ralegh: The Treason Trial, The Crown) as her husband, Alan.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2020
The first photo of TAKE ME OUT's stars Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams has been released.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2019
On December 6th, TheatreWorks New Milford will open Bradford Blake's holiday musical revue, Wreck the Halls. The show features two acts of music-filled (adult) satire and burlesque that turns the last quarter of the calendar belly-up. But audiences should be warned - they'll never look at Kris Kringle the same way again. Note: Due to adult situations and language, it is not recommended for the younger elves.
by Amy Tarver - Nov 24, 2019
Never one to color inside the lines, St. Edward's University teams up with local award winning Director Liz Fisher for their staged production of MARISOL. Written and premiering in the early 90's, playwright José Rivera blurs the lines between Manhattan and the prophesied war of the heavens in the new millenia. Introducing the idea that a celestial being can die, God has grown old and senile, and the war to save the world ensues as threatening plagues begin to cross the Greater New York area. Spotlighting The Bronx, and its increase in crime resulting in a seriously unsafe place to live, we meet Marisol (played by Abbygail Cortinas) dodging, quite narrowly, an attack on the subway while travelling home from work. Barely managing to make it home, Marisol is visited by her guardian angel, (played by Sierra Sterling) to reveal the cause of the chaos currently infecting the world. Confusion overtakes Marisol as she wakes up after this encounter, pondering its legitimacy as she enters her Manhattan office, greeted by her best friend, June (played Taylor Hildbrand). Sharing their fear of the disappearance of the moon and everything tasting too salty to eat, they decide to travel to June's apartment in Brooklyn for reprieve and safety. While there, she is harassed by June's manic brother Lenny (played by Andrew Mueller), and yet another element of danger is introduced through his rather strange obsession with Marisol. Tensions run high as Lenny is kicked out and Marisol decides to live with June, but not before she must travel all the way back to her outlandishly dangerous neighborhood in The Bronx for her things. Buckle up for a bumpy and extremely emotional ride while Marisol, Lenny, and June each find themselves in precarious situations as the city begins to crumble on their journey to reunion.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 14, 2019
Moving Bench Theatre first launched THE BALLAD OF LYDIA PINKHAM'S MAGICAL, MIRACLE, SURE-CURE FOR ALL FEMALE WEAKNESSES in April of this year at The Annoyance Theatre. The show was 50 minutes and ran for five performances, and audiences were immediately raving and demanding more; more of the story; more chances to see it; and more of the unique story telling techniques that have become synonymous with Causer and Houghton's collaborative partnership. Chris Causer (Director) and Jenilee Houghton (Writer) heard the excitement and passion and decided to give audiences exactly what they wanted. The result is an expanded and reinvigorated 85-minute production with more original music, more movement, more laughs, more emotion and some new surprises that reviewers are already praising. wrote, “There is a whole pantomime scene on a train that is so funny and heartwarming that it is worth the price of admission alone. “ They went on to say, “Overall this production is what Chicago theatre is all about. A group of talented performers in a small space giving 110% to entertain an audience. They leave them laughing and thinking. Nothing better than a group giving their all to entertain and be dedicated to a piece of theatrical art.”
by Larisa Amaya-Baron - Nov 8, 2019
Golden nuggets of wisdom, from Julio Monge: 'Work requires work. You don't need to speak English or a common language to connect to other people. Things should be protected and blessed. The best technology in theater is the simplest one. Nothing replaces the human spirit. People are attracted to creativity.'
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2019
Matt Williams' play FEAR, directed by Tea Alagić, will celebrate its opening night on Thursday, October 24  at the Lucille Lortel Theatre (121 Christopher Street).
by BWW News Desk - Oct 21, 2019
Jobsite Theater is proud to continue their 21st season, “a great reckoning in a little room,” with Sicangu Lakota playwright Larissa FastHorse's hilarious and truth-telling satire, The Thanksgiving Play.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2019
CinemaLive, leading producers and distributors of event cinema, are once again partnering with the UK's Northern Ballet to broadcast their spectacular production of 'DRACULA' LIVE into cinemas across the UK and Ireland for one night only – fittingly on Halloween, 31st October.
by Alan Portner - Oct 12, 2019
An evening at the theater does not get much better than New Theatre's “The Last Romance.” Joe DiPietro's “The Last Romance” is a rare example of a charming, tiny, four-person comedy-drama that rises to be an extraordinary production through the talent force of its actors and the care of its director.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 2, 2019
When 2014 came and went and The Plagiarist's Season Pass hadn't been 'dead-headed' enough to actually see every possible ending of their choose-your-own-adventure play it was sad. The cardboard and duct taped futuristic worlds, the Star Trek/Galaxy Quest-esque space suits that were just sexy enough to excite, but not scandalous enough to make one feel bad for the actors, and then there was the random malort-flavored snow-cones that for some reason were offered in between rides…2014 was a good year, if incomplete for only seeing a handful of Season Pass choices.