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by Stephi Wild - Sep 7, 2022
Frantic Assembly have released new photos from the rehearsal room of their acclaimed production of Shakespeare’s Othello. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2021
Production photos have been released for Manor, a timely new play by Moira Buffini (The Dig, Harlots), that opened in the Lyttelton for previews on 16 November and is running until 1 January.
by Jeffrey Scott - Nov 18, 2019
The current production presented by the performing arts department at California State University at Channel Islands is the retelling of the tragic hate crime involving an Out student at a Wyoming university, two bigoted young townspeople, and the small town of Laramie that was affected by the incident and has forever been changed.
by Scottie Roche - Nov 3, 2019
Shakina Nayfak is a woman blessed with an abundance of talents. She enjoys success as a director, writer, performer, producer, and social activist. Recently she created the critically-acclaimed role of Ava in the Transparent's Musical Finale now streaming on Amazon Prime. She is beloved by fans for her role as Lola on Hulu's Difficult People and has premiered three solo shows at Joe's Pub to sold-out houses. On Saturday, November 9th she brings her one woman show Manifest Pussy back to Joe's Pub. Described as a rock concert/standup special/ritual sacrifice' the show tells the story of Shakina's journey to Thailand for gender confirmation surgery in 2014.
by Claudio Erlichman - Aug 16, 2019
The Brazilian authorial musical Cargas D'Agua, written by Vitor Rocha, got an American version and has been playing in New York since last weekend, August 10th at TADA! Theater. The show had two successful seasons in Brazil and even performed in cities in the country side of Sao Paulo and Minas Gerais and Brasilia.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 10, 2018
It's been twenty years this week since a homophobic stain was placed on America when a 21 year old young gay man was robbed, brutally beaten, and left for dead tied to a fence for 18 hours outside of Laramie, Wyoming. It will be twenty years to the day on Oct 12th that he died shortly after midnight from that horrible tragedy. Matthew Shepard has become a face for hate crimes, tolerance, and the LGBT community in part to the incredible work the Matthew Shepard Foundation has done over the past two decades to erase hate. 
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 22, 2018
The Cape Playhouse wraps up its 92 season with Clue: On Stage, a hilarious farce-meets-murder-mystery.  Directed by Hunter Foster, the production stars January LaVoy, Stephen DeRosa, Nancy Opel, and Brian J. Carter. A New England Premiere and pre National Tour Engagement Clue: On Stage runs August 21-September 1, 2018.
by Jade Kops - Feb 16, 2018
Mary Zimmerman's Award Winning METAMORPHOSES is presented with intrigue and ingenuity by Dino Dimitriadis (Director).
by Shari Barrett - Jan 31, 2017
I first heard about Kurt Weill's final musical masterpiece, LOST IN THE STARS, when I was studying his body of work during my senior year at CSUN. It was at a time, such as now, when society was being torn apart by opposing political forces, protests filled the streets, and racial inequality was being challenged in the wake of Dr. Martin Luther King's assassination. And I have been waiting since then to see a production of the "musical tragedy" which opened on Broadway in 1949, just one year prior to Weill's death at age 50, at a time when segregation was still rampant in America. I am thrilled to report my wish came true last weekend at UCLA's Royce Hall when the Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra, in partnership with CAP UCLA, presented the first Los Angeles performance since the 1950s of LOST IN THE STARS.
by Guest Blogger: Alyssa Sileo - Jan 25, 2017
The power of theatre is not only to entertain, but to heal, honor, and harbor the most pressing themes.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 11, 2017
Move over cupid! The Chicago League of Lady Arm Wrestlers (CLLAW) will have your hearts pumping this Valentine's Day Weekend at CLLAW XXVI: Battle of the CLLAWentines on Saturday, February 11, 2017 at Logan Square Auditorium, 2539 N. Kedzie Ave. in Chicago. CLLAW's 26th benefit match will feature Chicago's biggest, baddest lady-identified arm wrestlers, musical entertainment by the Jacob Horn Trio and a cash bar. Doors open at 9 pm with the first match beginning at 9:30 pm. Tickets, priced at $15, are available in advance at or at the door (the ladies will gladly take cash or credit at the door). 
by BWW News Desk - Sep 23, 2015
Heart and Flame Productions presents the World Premiere Pop/Rock Musical, WE ARE THE TIGERS, book, music and lyrics by Rebekah M. Allen, musical direction by Patrick Sulken, orchestrations by Matt Aument (Broadway's Gigi), choreography by Jacob Brent and directed by Michael Bello. WE ARE THE TIGERS is produced by Matthew P. Hui, Geri Silver and Evan Bernardin. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below!
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 24, 2015
Shakespeare has become as much a part of summertime in Houston as baseball and backyard barbecues. Produced by the University of Houston's School of Theatre & Dance, the Houston Shakespeare Festival (HSF) has brought the Bard to Bayou City residents for four decades.
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 13, 2015
Cookeville High School's production of West Side Story claimed top honors - the award for Best Show of 2014/15 - last Saturday at the second annual Nashville High School Musical Theatre Awards, presented at Lipscomb University's Collins Alumni Auditorium and hosted by Melinda Doolittle.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 16, 2015
Ford's Theatre Society hosted Now He Belongs to the Ages: A Lincoln Commemoration, a moving tribute to President Abraham Lincoln on the 150th anniversary of his assassination, this week on April 14, 2015, at 9 p.m. Scroll down for photos from the event!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2014
Galapagos is a newly adapted theatrical performance by Tucker Marder & Christian Scheider based on the 1985 Kurt Vonnegut novel. Galapagos is the first fully staged theatrical production presented by the Parrish Art Museum in the 200-seat Lichtenstein Theater, and is endorsed by the Kurt Vonnegut Estate. Scroll down for photos!
by BWW News Desk - Jun 18, 2014
Steven Rattazzi steps into the role of legendary comic book artist Jack Kirby in King Kirby, a play by the husband-and-wife team of NYIT-award winning playwright Crystal Skillman and New York Times bestselling comics writer Fred Van Lente at the Comic Book Theater Festival at The Brick this June. Below, BoadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in rehearsal at the Brick Theater!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2013
The weekend of October 11, 2013, marks the 15th year since gay college student Matthew Shepard was abducted, tied to a fence, beaten and left to die by two assailants in Laramie, Wyoming. His murder claimed national and international attention and has become one of the most widely known anti-gay hate crimes in American history. Following Ford's Theatre's evening performance of the play The Laramie Project, the public was invited to participate in a candlelight vigil in memory of Matthew Shepard's life and in recognition of National Coming Out Day. Scroll down for photos!
by Linda Hodges and Nick Hodges - Jul 4, 2013
Hodges and Hodges attended an historic night at the Nourse Theatre in San Francisco as droves of people came out to celebrate the 35th anniversary season of the San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus. The world premiere, with words and music by Tony nominated Andrew Lippa soared.
by Tanya Rubinstein - Mar 6, 2013
Play gives benefit to Esperanza Shelter for Battered Woman in Santa Fe