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Nick Jonas Joins THE VOICE as Coach for Spring 2020

Multi-platinum Grammy and Golden Globe Award-nominated recording artist, actor and award-winning songwriter Nick Jonas will join the upcoming spring cycle of aoeThe Voicea as a coach. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Nick Jonas, Theatre, TV News Desk, Nick Jonas Joins THE VOICE


Review Roundup: Joshua Henry Stars In THE WRONG MAN At MCC Theater - See What The Critics Are Saying!

MCC Theaterpresentsthe World Premiere production ofThe Wrong Man, the new stage musical written by multi-platinum songwriterRoss Golan. starring three-time Tony AwardnomineeJoshua Henry. [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: Theatre, Mcc, Golan, Review Roundups, Joshua Henry, Tony AwardnomineeJoshua Henry


VIDEO: Watch Taye Diggs in a Behind-the-Scenes Look at ALL AMERICAN on The CW!

When a rising high school football player from South L.A. is recruited to play for Beverly Hills High, the wins, losses and struggles of two families from vastly different worlds - Crenshaw and Beverly Hills - begin to collide. Inspired by the life of pro football player Spencer Paysinger. [Author: Stage Tube]
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VIDEO: Subway Singer Emily Zamourka Sings At L.A. Italian Heritage Celebration

This week, viral sensation, Emily Zamourka, who was capturedsinging operain a public transport station in Los Angeles, performed at the opening of Little Italy, a strip in San Pedro celebrating Italian heritage in Los Angeles. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Photo Flash: Darren Criss and Lena Hall Stop By OKLAHOMA! On Broadway

Darren Criss and Lena Hall check out the Broadway revival of Oklahoma [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Cherry Jones Will Star in Tammy Faye Bakker Biopic

According to The Hollywood Reporter, actress Cherry Jones has joined the upcoming Tammy Faye Bakker biopic. The film also stars Jessica Chastain and Andrew Garfield. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, TV News Desk


Path Forward for Robert Indiana’s Proposed Museum in Maine Profiled in NYT

The New York Times has a piece on the late Robert Indiana’s proposed museum in his Maine home, and discussions on how the artist’s nonprofit will manage the property. “We haven’t hit that sweet spot yet,” says Larry Sterrs of Maine nonprofit management. “We’ve heard most about what people don’t want to see.” Read more at NYT  
Tags: Art, News, Maine, New York Times, Art News, Minipost, Robert Indiana, Larry Sterrs


Francis Naumann Fine Art Will Close Gallery

Francis Naumann Fine Art will close its 57th Streetspace in March 2020. “My reason for closing is primarily financial,” he says. “Over the years, I’ve learned there are fewer and fewer collectors of 20th century art, most preferring to buy cutting-edge contemporary art (and at far higher prices). Moreover, people are attracted by big-name artists […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Francis Naumann


Supreme Court Lets Lawsuit Claiming Domino's Website Violates Americans With Disabilities Act Proceed

The Supreme Court declined to give Domino’s Pizza Inc. an out from a lawsuit arguing that its website is inaccessible to people with blindness, denying a petition on Monday that could have allowed the company to evade facing the plaintiff in court.Read more...
Tags: Ecommerce, Science, Design, Technology, Supreme Court, Accessibility, Disability, Retail, Dominos, Americans with Disabilities Act, Blind, E Commerce, Blindness, Domino 's Pizza Inc


SCOTUS Lets Lawsuit Claiming Domino's Website Violates Americans With Disabilities Act Proceed

The Supreme Court declined to give Domino’s Pizza Inc. an out from a lawsuit arguing that its website is inaccessible to people with blindness, denying a petition on Monday that could have allowed the company to evade facing the plaintiff in court.Read more...
Tags: Ecommerce, Science, Design, Technology, Supreme Court, Accessibility, Disability, Retail, Dominos, Americans with Disabilities Act, Blind, E Commerce, Blindness, Domino 's Pizza Inc


David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards to Curate 2021 Whitney Biennial

David Breslin and Adrienne Edwards will curate the 2021 Whitney Biennial, the museum has announced.  The pair are both in-house curators and have worked on a number of shows for the museum in the past few years. Read more at Art News  
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, David Breslin, Adrienne Edwards


Laura Benanti, Penn Badgley Join HERE TODAY

Deadline reports that Tony winner Laura Benanti has joined the cast of Billy Crystal's 'Here Today,' also starring Tiffany Haddish, actressplaywright Anna Deavere Smith, and Nyambi Nyambi. 'Gossip Girl' actor Penn Badgley also joined the cast today. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Penn Badgley, Tony, Laura Benanti, Billy Crystal, Anna Deavere Smith, TV News Desk, Tiffany Haddish, Laura Benanti Penn Badgley Join, Nyambi Nyambi Gossip Girl


This gaming controller’s layout adapts to suit the mobile game you’re playing

You could be one of the billion people playing Fortnite or Clash of Clans, or even Pokémon Go on your phone. The point is that even though all of them are technically mobile games, their controls are completely different and require different interfaces for effective gameplay. Some need complex joystick movements, some simple swipes and taps. LumiControl’s design brief was to design a controller to cater to them all.The mobile joycon titled ‘LumiControl’ comes with two grips and an expandable de...
Tags: Gadgets, Gaming, Games, Design, Awards, Smartphone, Controller, Cellphones, Product Design, Wayne Wang, JoyCon, Red Dot Awards: Design Concept, Red Dot Concept 2019, Lumicontrol


What Royal Shakespeare Company’s Decision Not To Take Oil Company Money Means

“The RSC’s move will make it much harder for other arts institutions such as the Royal Opera House, the British Museum and the National Portrait Gallery to keep taking money from oil companies on the grounds that it helps widen access. It may signal the start of the arts world distancing itself from oil companies.” – The Stage
Tags: Art, Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, Royal Opera House, British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, RSC, 10.07.19, Take Oil Company Money Means


Operations Director for our Toronto Dance Studio

Goh Ballet Academy is one of Canada’s preeminent ballet training institutions, with an enviable international reputation for excellence. Established in 1978, the Academy is now under the direction of Ms. Chan Hon Goh, former Principal Dancer of the National Ballet of Canada…and we need someone to work directly with Chan to run her Ontario school and operations. POSITION OVERVIEW Seeking to expand the Director’s artistic vision, the Operations Director plays a crucial role in the imp...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Canada, Academy, Ontario, CHAN, Goh Ballet, National Ballet of Canada, Toronto Dance Studio, Goh Ballet Academy, Chan Hon Goh, Greater Toronto Area Reporting, Goh Ballet Academy Post


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Master’s in Arts Management & Entrepreneurship at The New School in NYC

This innovative new program in NYC empowers musicians, composers, actors, directors, and playwrights to advance their established performance practices while acquiring the skills needed to excel as independent artists, reinvent existing cultural organizations, and launch new arts enterprises. The New School’s College of Performing Arts, comprised of the School of Drama, Mannes School of Music, and the School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, is pleased to offer the first graduate degr...
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Kathleen Marshall To Direct And Choreograph SIDEWAYS: THE MUSICAL

Tony Award-winning directorchoreographer Kathleen Marshall will join novelistlibrettist Rex Pickett and composer Anthony Leigh Adams in collaborating on the development of Sideways The Musical. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Kathleen Marshall, BWW News Desk, Rex Pickett, Anthony Leigh Adams


Multiple Tony Winner Jennifer Ehle Joins Cast of New CBS Television Studios Miniseries

Four-time Emmy nominee Michael Kelly 'House of Cards' will play Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, and multiple Tony Award-winning actress Jennifer Ehle will play Patrice Comey in a new four-hour CBS Studios event miniseries based on former FBI Director James Comey's New York Times 1 bestselling book, A Higher Loyalty. As previously announced, multiple Emmy winner Jeff Daniels stars as Comey, and Emmy winner Brendan Gleeson will portray President Donald Trump. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Fbi, New York Times, Jeff Daniels, Emmy, Donald Trump, Brendan Gleeson, James Comey, Comey, Jennifer Ehle, CBS Studios, TV News Desk, Andrew McCabe, Patrice Comey, Michael Kelly House of Cards, CBS Television Studios Miniseries


Manager of Strategic Initiatives and Planning (ACH)

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation (“Foundation”) is a not-for-profit, grant making organization that seeks to strengthen, promote, and, where necessary, defend the contributions of the humanities and the arts to human flourishing and to the well-being of diverse and democratic societies. It makes grants in four core program areas (higher education and scholarship in the humanities; arts and cultural heritage; scholarly communications; and international higher education and strategic proje...
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Interview: Amah Ayivi, Marché Noir Lomé-Paris

The designer and clothing dealer tells us why style will always triumph over fashion Born in the Togolese Republic, Amah Ayivi emigrated to France at 12 years old to discover an entirely different world of aesthetics roaming the Parisian streets. Fascinated by fashion from a young age, Ayivi developed his interest in vintage clothing—drawn to its patina and singularity—into a thriving business, searching for second-hand …
Tags: Europe, Fashion, Design, Style, Interviews, France, Clothing, Sustainability, Paris, West Africa, Apparel, Vintage, Ghana, Upcycling, Unisex, Vintage Clothing


CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Master’s in Performing Arts Management at The New School in NYC

This innovative new program in NYC empowers musicians, composers, actors, directors, and playwrights to advance their established performance practices while acquiring the skills needed to excel as independent artists, reinvent existing cultural organizations, and launch new arts enterprises. The New School’s College of Performing Arts, comprised of the School of Drama, Mannes School of Music, and the School of Jazz and Contemporary Music, is pleased to offer the first graduate degr...
Tags: Art, Education, New York City, New School, School of Jazz, Contemporary Music, New School 's College of Performing Arts, School of Drama Mannes School of Music


Does Putting Students Into Reading Levels Discourage Reading?

“Quantifiable measurements give students, teachers and administrators the confidence and assurance of “progress”: There is a sense of comfort in advancing from one designated level to the next. But reading is not a science. When we place significant value on quantifiable measures, we also might be pushing readers away from an intrinsic love of reading — and ignoring the great complexity of literature that is simply immeasurable.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Words, Audience, 10.05.19


Half-Mouth Toothbrush

Innovative j-shaped toothbrush designed to eliminates user error perfectly brushes teeth in only 20 seconds. Clean half of your teeth at once. Encompass toothbrush self-adjusts to ensure optimal cleaning even if you have crooked or missing teeth.  Also check out: Rinser Toothbrush
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Exclusive Video: Gary Busey on Why You Should See ONLY HUMAN; Begins Previews Tomorrow

Only Human, a new pop-rock musical starring Academy Award and Golden Globe-nominated and BAFTA Award-winning actor Gary Busey as God, begins previews on Tuesday, October 8 at the Theatre at St. Clements 423 West 46th Street. The production opens October 21, 2019. Visit the show's official website at www.onlyhumanmusical.com to purchase tickets or for more information. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Gary Busey, BWW News Desk, Academy Award and Golden Globe, St Clements


Anthony Gormley Plans Giant Brexit Sculptures On Brittany Coast

On the eve of Britain’s potential departure from Europe, Gormley is planning a new and dramatic intervention on the beaches of northern France. He wants to erect a group of seven huge sculptures, made from iron slabs, on the coast of Brittany. They will look towards Britain, the lost island of Europe. – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Europe, France, Britain, Visual, Anthony Gormley, Brittany Coast, 10.05.19, Europe Gormley


Sculptor Antony Gormley Planning Sculptures on French Coastline

Antony Gormley is preparing a new batch of stentorian sculptures off on the coast of Brittany, a comment on the British nation’s current Brexit efforts. “I am very excited about this,” he says. “After all, how do you understand yourself other than by your relations with your nearest neighbors?” Read more at The Guardian  
Tags: Art, News, Brittany, Antony Gormley, Art News, Minipost


Dealer Phillip Bruno Donates Works to Hunterian Art Gallery

New York dealer Phillip A. Bruno has donated a trove of works to the Hunterian Art Gallery, Scotland’s oldest public museum in Glasgow. “I am so looking forward to seeing my gifts on a Scottish wall,” Bruno says. Read more at Art News    
Tags: Art, New York, News, Scotland, Glasgow, Art News, Minipost, Bruno, Phillip Bruno, Phillip A Bruno


Yoshitomo Nara Work Sells for $24.9 Million, Demolishing Previous Auction Record

Yoshitomo Nara’s Knife Behind Back (2000) has smashed the artist’s auction record in Hong Kong this week, selling for 195.7 million HKD, or about $24.9 million, and placing the artist among the highest priced living artists. Read more at Art News
Tags: Art, Hong Kong, News, Art News, Minipost, Yoshitomo Nara, Yoshitomo Nara Work Sells


BWW Flashback: Celebrate CATS' Anniversary With a Look Back at its History

Jellicle Cats, come one, come all Today marks the 37th anniversary of the original Broadway production of Cats To celebrate the Tony and Olivier-Award winning musical, we're heading to the Jellicle Ball for a look back at the show's original and revival productions. Check out our guide for a look at the show's history and some of its most memorable moments. [Author: Linnae Medeiros]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Tony, Jellicle Ball, Linnae Medeiros


In Berlin, a Creative Paradise That’s Easiest to Reach by Boat

Along the Spree River, artists are reviving sprawling industrial buildings in which to let their imaginations run wild.
Tags: Art, News, Berlin, Gentrification, Rivers, Spree River, Tomas, Alicja, Renting and Leasing (Real Estate, Real Estate and Housing (Residential, Berlin (Germany, Saraceno, Kwade



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