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by Roy Berko - Dec 15, 2020
With pop, gospel, and reimagined classics, The First Noel tells the story of a family that must confront the grief of the past in order to reunite and celebrate the joy of the present. Join Tony Award winner Jason Michael Webb and CWRU/CPH MFA alum Lelund Durond Thompson for a special behind-the-scenes look of their musical The First Noel. This holiday concert will feature performances of select songs and exclusive interviews with the creative team. A moving and uplifting gift for the entire family!
by Roy Berko - Nov 22, 2020
In 2012, when Baldwin Wallace's number one nationally ranked musical theater program, in conjunction with Beck Center for the Arts, produced SPRING AWAKENING, my capsule judgement read: 'SPRING AWAKENING is an emotionally stirring, relevant, and well-staged production.'
by Shari Barrett - Nov 15, 2020
Tonight I witnessed proof that the new medium of virtual theater is being transformed in the minds and hands of young people whose vision of what could be knows no bounds, thanks to MFA and Undergraduate students at Cal State LA whose production of WAR OF THE WORLDS, adapted by Ben Hernandez based on the novel by H.G. Wells and directed by Stephen Rothman, offered a very modern take on the classic Sci Fi tale of aliens invading the Earth, seemingly with destruction of the human race as their goal.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2020
Pittsburgh Opera's first production of its modified 2020-21 season, Mozart's Così fan tutte, opened Saturday, October 17th for six performances in front of small, live, socially-distant audiences at its headquarters at 2425 Liberty Avenue in Pittsburgh's Strip District.
by Shari Barrett - Oct 11, 2020
As one of the lucky October-born people, the celebration of Halloween has always been a very important occasion for me as it is just a handful of days after my birthday. Growing up enjoying playing dress-up at this time of year always brought out my imagination into the realm of spirits, goblins, and how I just assumed they lived together with us in this world. So at this time of year, I have always wanted to attend the annual GHOSTWALK an in the streets production held in Santa Paula which brings to life encounters with local sprits who share the history of unique locations in the lovely quaint town. And now virtually I have - and so should you!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 2, 2020
Bated Breath Theatre Company premieres VOYEUR: THE WINDOWS OF TOULOUSE-LAUTREC, a pandemic-friendly theatrical walking tour inspired by their long-running immersive hit Unmaking Toulouse-Lautrec. 
by Kathleen Anwar - Sep 28, 2020
“Poor Jerusha Abbot- the oldest orphan in the John Grier home!” This young woman’s fortunes turn around after a kindly and mysterious trustee decides to do something radical for the time period: sponsoring her- that is, paying for the education of a female- as a semi-anonymous benefactor.
by Jade Kops - Sep 26, 2020
The world premiere of Angus Cerinia??s WONNANGATTA kicks off Sydney Theatre Companya??s return to the stage post the pandemic lockdowns that crippled the arts industry.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2020
Riverside Center for the Performing Arts in Fredericksburg, Virginia is one of the first theatres in the DC Metro area to welcome their patrons back to live theatre with the hilarious, over-the-top production of Stephen Temperley’s Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 15, 2020
Rehearsal photos have been released for Sunnymead Court at the Tristan Bates Theatre at The Actors Centre.
by Cindy Sibilsky - Aug 23, 2020
Quince may not have been ground-breaking or earth-shattering, it was quirky, charming, celebratory, and delightful, filled with sincerity and warmth. The grassroots style and non-pretentious ‘let’s put on a show!’ vibe was welcoming, refreshing, and well-suited to the surroundings.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Aug 7, 2020
DIAVOLO Architecture in Motion presents This Is Me: Letters From The Front Lines.
by Roy Berko - Aug 4, 2020
According to Cleveland Critics Circle and Akron AKRON [Ohio]BEACON JOURNALEntertainment writer, Kerry Clawson, 'At the end of last school year, the University of Akron theater program had two full-time faculty members and three staff members. Now it has none.'
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2020
After a prolonged intermission, Beef & Boards Dinner Theatre is reopening with a new show to its stage, Beehive: The '60s Musical, now on stage through Aug. 9.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 27, 2020
Florida Repertory Theatre is in the business of bringing people together to celebrate artists and theatre, and all the people who give their lives to create it and who love to watch it. The company's work is about collective shared experiences, and until we get the pandemic under control, the whole industry is on an intermission. The one thing we can do as a community to drive the numbers down is to wear a mask.
by Martin Ganeider - Jul 6, 2020
by Shari Barrett - May 7, 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 Suzanne Mayes, who started out thinking she would pursue the stars as an astronaut and wound up shining onstage!
by Shari Barrett - Apr 20, 2020
This Spotlight focuses on Simon Levy who began his directing career in San Francisco, then moved to Los Angeles in 1990 where he has been the Producing Director for the Fountain Theatre since 1993. His directing and producing credits are numerous, with over 100 productions in Los Angeles and San Francisco that have won more than 200 awards. His journey has been blessed with having wonderful mentors along the way, which has enabled the talented director to earn his living doing theatre and earned him great respect from the entire L.A. Theatre community.
by Jennifer Broski - Apr 19, 2020
We're all missing Broadway, but the shows must go on. We turned to the experts on social distancing for help. Until the shows are back up and running, these cats will be taking over some of your favorite roles. Read on as some of the cutest felines in the heights get their big break!
by Shari Barrett - Apr 14, 2020
This Spotlight focuses on Cindy and Perry Shields who met in 1980 when they were both performing in 'Guys and Dolls' at El Camino College and have been entertaining audiences at theaters around Los Angeles and the South Bay for over 40 years!