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by A.A. Cristi - Dec 22, 2021
Quintessence Theatre Group, Philadelphia’s professional classic repertory theatre, announces Little Women: The Broadway Musical, running now through January 2, 2022.
by Claudio Erlichman - Nov 2, 2021
Theatro Sao Pedro premieres the satirical ballet chante The Seven Deadly Sins, the last collaboration between Kurt Weil and Bertolt Brecht. The production will be musically directed by Ira Levin, who will command the Theatro Sao Pedro Orchestra. The Seven Deadly Sins opens on November 5th. In all, there will be 8 recitals until the 14th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 28, 2021
Seven Deadly Sins, under the direction of Moisés Kaufman, featured a titillating collection of keenly observed works from the country’s most provocative playwrights.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 28, 2021
The Tectonic Theater Project and Madison Wells Live production of Seven Deadly Sins, the sexy and adventurous outdoor theatrical experience, coming to New York City’s Meatpacking District is now in previews ahead of a Tuesday, June 29 official opening night.
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Dec 6, 2016
NUESTRA PASTORELA is written by David Lozano and Jeffry Farrell and is presented in Austin by Teatro Vivo. This is an adaptation of a Mexican Pastorela; a traditional retelling of the Nativity told from the shepherds' perspective. Traditionally, the shepherds must defy the temptations of the seven deadly sins set posed by the devil follow the star to Bethlehem. This story sets the tone for the holiday season with the important message that good will always triumph over evil. In this comedic variation, the traditional Pastorela receives a humorous makeover and the three shepherds at the center of the story are portrayed as clowns.
by Marianka Swain - Jun 24, 2016
Rehearsal images have been released for EXPOSURE THE MUSICAL - LIFE THROUGH A LENS, which features David Albury (Jimmy), Natalie Anderson (Tara), Andy Barke (Ensemble), Rhiannon Duncan (Lust/Ensemble), Zeph Gould (CEO/Sloth/Ensemble), Michael Greco (Miles Mason), Kurt Kansley (Jimmy's Father/Envy/Ensemble), Stevie Mahoney (Ensemble), Niamh Perry (Pandora), Cassie Rogers (Ensemble), Lauren Stroud (Ensemble), Jahrel Thomas (Aid Worker/Gluttony/Ensemble), Manny Tsakanika (Ensemble) and Ella-Rose Whitehouse (Ensemble).
by BWW News Desk - Jun 20, 2016
EXPOSURE THE MUSICAL, a thrilling new West End musical tale of fame and celebrity excess, has a unique partnership with Getty Images, enabling the production to feature iconic and compelling imagery from one of the world's most remarkable collections. EXPOSURE THE MUSICAL - LIFE THROUGH A LENS celebrated its launch at the Getty Images Gallery on June 16, 2016 in London, England. BroadwayWorld has photos from the event below!
by Shari Barrett - Nov 30, 2015
Migenes' performance was like taking a step back to the 1930s, watching the remarkable Lotte Lenya performing her husband's songs during the time he collaborated with Bertolt Brecht to create atonal melodies meant to shock audiences into realizing the masses were, like today, being controlled by the wealthy, upper 1% of society. "Lotte Lenya herself came backstage after I performed Mahagonny and gave me a rose," Migenes says. "That is one of my most precious memories." No doubt the two women were connected to their souls, given how Migenes interpreted her songs.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2015
Celebrated mezzo-soprano Julia Migenes (Diva on the Verge) returns to the Odyssey Theatre with her newest show, once again directed by Academy Award-nominated director Peter Medak. Julia Migenes Sings Kurt Weill opens at the Odyssey Theatre on November 18, running Wednesdays and Saturdays at 8 p.m. for five weeks through December 19. BroadwayWorld has a first look at Migenes in performance below!
by Patrick Kennedy - Nov 12, 2015
With a fearsomely coherent exhibition, the Neue Galerie transports its visitors to the streets, theaters, and artists' studios of 1918-1933 Berlin.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 25, 2015
The Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art (HVCCA) in Peekskill, New York served up a gorgeous valentine with the launch of a year of exhibitions and education exploring the artistic representation of love beginning with LOVE: The First of the 7 Virtues which appropriately opened on Valentine's Day to an enthusiastic response from the community and the scores of attendees from New York City, New Jersey and Connecticut. And even more appropriately, its antithesis Seven Deadly Sins: Lust will open on April 19, 2015. Developed as an FWMA (Fairfield Westchester Museum Alliance) collaboration, each museum will explore a different sin and, in some instances, its parallel virtue.
by Shari Barrett - Nov 6, 2014
The several intertwined stories about characters motivated by the seven deadly sins and shocking scenes of excessive cruelty and suffering (especially the violent blinding of Gloucester, Lear's descent into madness, the raging storm, and the tragic death of Cordelia), make KING LEAR a profound exploration of the human condition in all its extremes and complexities. And when well performed by actors who fully comprehend the psyche of their character as well as the meaning of Shakespeare's vocabulary, brilliance happens.
by Christina Mancuso - Jul 16, 2013
Every Which Way But Loose was presented at artMRKT Hamptons this weekend, with work by artists Trong Gia Nguyen, Nyugen Smith and Coby Kennedy. You can contact the gallery to inquire about available works. Check out photos of the event below!
by Stephen Sorokoff - Feb 8, 2013
In 'Careless Rhapsody,' award-winning vocalist, director and Broadway actor (The Frogs, Sweet Smell of Success, and Kiss Me, Kate) Eric Michael Gillett uses the wit and wisdom of Lorenz Hart to remind us all that, though love can be be experienced with abandon, to be careless with the heart can also have a price. George Balanchine called Lorenz Hart the 'Shelley of America' and, it's true, his lyric writing ranks with the greatest romantic poetry of all time. Though he, himself, was unlucky in love, his writing casts a spell that will always survive the test of time, inspiring generations of lovers to come to follow their hearts. His 54 Below show continues February 26 & 27 at 7pm and you can check out photo coverage from the concert below!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2013
Jonas Kaufmann will sing the title role in a new staging of Wagner's final opera, Parsifal, conducted by Daniele Gatti and directed by Francois Girard in his Met debut. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the production below.
by Walter McBride - Apr 17, 2012
The Tony Award®-winning Signature Theatre last night honored esteemed stage actress Patti LuPone with the company's third Stephen Sondheim Award. The award, established in 2009 in honor of America's most influential contemporary musical theater writer and composer, was presented at a black-tie Gala Benefit last night, April 16, 2012 at the Embassy of Italy in Washington, DC. Check out these photographs of the presentation.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Dec 29, 2011
Join the Studio@620 as they explore the humanity, or lack thereof, in all of us with the world premieres of PSALM OF BERNADETTE OR SLOTH and BEDBUGS OR WRATH, the second installment of Stephen Riordan's seven part play series, SEVEN DEADLY PLAYS.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Jul 23, 2010
Following their sold out run of Richard II, Sonnet Repertory Theatre presents Twelfth Night at The Theatre at St. Clement's this July. Director Michael Lluberes brings a new vision of Twelfth Night to the Sonnet Rep stage. By turns sad and hilarious, this Twelfth Night is an exploration of love in all its forms: obsessive, beautiful, sexy, manic and mad.
by Jonathan Nisman - Jun 7, 2010
Today, June 7, the '2010 Monte Carlo Television Festival' had a photo call at the Grimaldi Forum in Monte Carlo, Monaco. This year's festival is the 50th anniversary of the event and is held from June 6 - 10. The festival includes red carpet events, autograph signings, premiere screenings, and the Golden Nymph awards, all celebrating the best international television programs. Photo by Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images