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Exit Lines: “Cyrano”

Peter Dinklage, relieved of his Game of Thrones duties, should make an excellent Cyrano de Bergerac, the dashing if proboscis-challenged hero of Edmund Rostand’s 19th-century classic. And The National, hitmakers in the realms of roots rock and alt-country, should be able to pull off a musical. So why does Dinklage in the Off Broadway musical Cyrano miss, and by more than by a nose? For one thing, his Cyrano is missing his nose. It’s a major element for a Cyrano to forgo, which set me to wonderin...
Tags: Music, Theatre, Leonard Cohen, Hamilton, Popdose, Exit Lines, Bob Cashill, New York Theatre, Off Broadway, SCHMIDT, Roxanne, Blake Jenner, Christopher Plummer, Peter Dinklage, Dinklage, Cyrano


Photo Flash: Radio City Rockettes Unveil Christmas Cupcake At Magnolia Bakery!

In celebration of the 2019 production of the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes, Magnolia Bakery will again be offering the Rockette Red Velvet cupcake. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Radio City Rockettes, Magnolia Bakery, BWW News Desk, Radio City Rockettes Magnolia Bakery


Photo Flash: Jessica Vosk, Brandon Victor Dixon And More Take The Stage At Birdland With Composer Georgia Stitt

The Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to present songwriter Georgia Stitt in an evening of her original songs called The Me of the Moment A Show About Re-invention on November 18. Georgia's very special guests were Kate Baldwin, Matt Bogart, Jessica Vosk, AJ Sojola, Brandon Victor Dixon, and Molly Brown. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Georgia, Broadway, Birdland, Georgia Stitt, BWW News Desk, MOLLY BROWN, Jessica Vosk Brandon Victor Dixon


Ponoko Sponsors Open Hardware Summit

Together, We’re Accelerating Innovation Through Partnership You’re building the future, unleashing amazing creativity to address current trends, challenges and future growth opportunities. And we want help you do it by working with you to make products, build your business and change the world—all with our cloud-to-robot laser cutting service. That’s why we’re partnering with the Open Source Hardware Association (OSHWA) to sponsor the 2020 Open Hardware Summit, the world’s first comprehensive c...
Tags: Design, Ponoko News, Open Source Hardware Association OSHWA


VIDEO: Inside The 2019 THESPIANS GO HOLLYWOOD Gala Honoring Bernadette Peters

Broadway legend Bernadette Peters was honored with the Craig ZadanTheatre for Life Awardby theEducational Theatre FoundationETF at the annual star-studded Thespians Go Hollywood Gala held on Monday, November 18, at The Avalon in Hollywood, California. Over 300 people were on hand to help raise more than 180,000 that will support ETF's national theatre education programs for schools in need. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Bernadette Peters, Broadway, Hollywood California, Stage Tube, Craig ZadanTheatre, Hollywood Gala


Cast And Composer Of THE LIGHTNING THIEF To Stop By BROADWAY SESSIONS, 11/21

This Thursday night, November 21st, Broadway Sessions will be joined by cast members from Broadway's The Lightning Thief [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, 21st Broadway Sessions


Review: Episode 6 of Landscape Artist of the Year 2019 - Drake's Island

This my final review of the Heats of Sky Arts Landscape Artist of the Year 2019. Next week it's the semi-finals - and the week after that it's the Finals it's all over until next year! The... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Drake, Making A Mark


Review Roundup: A CHRISTMAS CAROL Opens On Broadway! See What The Critics Are Saying!

The holiday masterpiece,A Christmas Carol, opens tonight on Broadway, following critically acclaimed runs at TheOld Vic, London. PlaywrightJack Thorneand directorMatthew Warchusoffer a magical new interpretation ofCharles Dickens' classic story. [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Review Roundups, TheOld Vic London


VIDEO: David Byrne Teaches Jimmy Fallon a Dance from AMERICAN UTOPIA on THE TONIGHT SHOW

David Byrne makes his Tonight Show entrance on a bike before teasing what to expect from his Broadway show, David Byrnes' American Utopia. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Jimmy Fallon, Theatre, Broadway, David Byrne, Stage Tube, American Utopia


Tune In to PBS This Friday for The Public Theater's MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING

For the first time in over 40 years, The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare In The Park will be broadcast on PBS' Great Performances, furthering our mission to make Shakespeare accessible to all. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Pbs, Shakespeare, TV News Desk


There’s a simple joy in the way this wallet/card-holder opens up like an accordion!

Rather appropriately named the Ta-Da!, this card-holder from hardgraft is all about joyous fanfare! Constructed around a simple idea with simple materials, the Ta-Da!’s design is a pretty neat example of the end-product being greater than the sum of its parts. It opens up much like an accordion-styled folder, revealing space for seven cards that you can slide right into its slim, simple leather slot-system. When you open the case out though, the cards fan out, equidistant from each other, making...
Tags: Design, Wallet, Wallets, Product Design, Accordion, Hardgraft, Card Case, Ta Da


Ian Williams wins $100,000 2019 Giller Prize

“Reproduction” is set in Brampton and explores the nature of family — both blood relatives and chosen family. The writing, as reviewers expect from Williams, is beautiful — he’s written many volumes of poetry, and been shortlisted for the Griffin Poetry prize in 2013. This was his debut novel, proving he’s an equal master in both forms. – Toronto Star
Tags: Art, Williams, Words, Griffin, Brampton, Ian Williams, 11.18.19


Lisson Gallery Takes on Estate of Hélio Oiticica

Lisson Gallery will represent the estate of Hélio Oiticica estate worldwide. “My father, Nicholas, saw his show at Whitechapel [Gallery in London] in 1969, two years after the gallery opened,” Alex Logsdail says. “He was somewhat intimidated by him at the time—he was a wild guy. So, it’s been a long time.” Read more at Art News
Tags: Art, London, News, Art News, Minipost, Nicholas, Lisson Gallery, Hélio Oiticica, Lisson Gallery Takes on Estate of Hélio Oiticica, Alex Logsdail


This automotive concept embodies Lamborghini’s raging-bull spirit

Meet the Concepto X, a 3D exploration by Bulgaria-based Milen Ivanov. There isn’t much to really dissect this as far as the car goes, because honestly, it’s just a form-exercise, but it’s a pretty neat form exercise that captures Lamborghini’s ‘essenza’ if you will. Take a second to cover the Lamborghini logo with your thumb and it still looks undeniably Lambo-ish. Here are a couple of reasons how Ivanov managed to do it.First off, edgy, chiseled exteriors and an interplay of yellow with black t...
Tags: Transportation, Design, Automotive, Bulgaria, Lamborghini, Ivanov, Concepto X, Milen Ivanov


Today’s Portraits “See” Their Subjects In A Non-Traditional Way

Phil Kennicott: “The work done by these contemporary portraits is more fundamental. They are about seeing other people, rather than saving them. We are challenged simply to accept their existence as part of our world, no lesser or greater in importance than our own existence, which is the first and most daunting ethical challenge faced by every human being.” – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Visual, Phil Kennicott, 11.19.19


Lin-Manuel Miranda on tick, tick... BOOM- 'It Was the First Musical I Saw That Felt Truly Contemporary'

Miranda recently chatted with Page Six about the project. 'I was a kid who wanted to be a filmmaker all my life,' Miranda explained. 'I was the kid who found it easier to have a camcorder on my arm than engage with people my age,' he said. 'So when I watched 'Rent' and there's a character who's always spinning a camera, and at one point, another character goes, 'You just film us because you're scared of connecting' ... I went gestures to looking uncomfortable, in the last row of Nederlander Thea...
Tags: Theatre, Miranda, Jonathan Larson, Lin Manuel Miranda, BWW News Desk


LA’s MoCA Is Making Admission Free. It’s Not So Easy, It Turns Out

MOCA revealed plans to go free at its annual benefit in May, a switch made possible with a $10-million gift from board President Carolyn Powers. So why did the change take eight months to make? Free, it turns out, is complicated. – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, La, Los Angeles, Audience, Visual, 11.20.19, Carolyn Powers So


BWW TV: OKLAHOMA! Celebrates Grammy Nominations And New Vinyl Album

The cast of aoeRodgers Hammerstein's Oklahomaa celebrated today their 2020 Grammy Award nomination for Best Musical Theater Album. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, Oklahoma, Hammerstein, BroadwayWorld TV, Oklahomaa


Touring Ancram, New York’s Hillrock Estate Distillery

The home of authentic, delicious "field-to-glass" whiskies from the Hudson Valley Stretching along 100 acres of sloping farmland, Hillrock Estate Distillery produces some of the finest whiskies to come from the Hudson Valley, the entire state of New York, and arguably the country. Beyond this plot in the town of Ancram (which houses the distillery, barrel house, visitor center and an elegant Georgian home dating …
Tags: New York, Design, Aging, Whiskey, Whisky, New York State, Food + Drink, Fermentation, Hudson Valley, Distilleries, Distillery Tours, Hillrock, Hillrock Estate Distillery, Ancram, Hudson Valley Stretching


CATS Film Will Meet Deadline for Golden Globe Nominations

As BroadwayWorld reported earlier this month, rumors have been circulating thatthe upcoming Cats film will miss multiple awards deadlines for this upcoming award season. Members of the New York Film Critics were told that it wouldn'tsee the film before mid-December, meaning that it wouldmiss the deadlines for the Golden Globes, which has its final screening on December 4, National Board of Review, which announces its winners December 3, the SAG Awards, which close nominations on December 8.Now a...
Tags: Theatre, National Board Of Review, Hollywood Foreign Press, New York Film Critics, BWW News Desk


BWW TV: Broadway Walks the Red Carpet on Opening Night of A CHRISTMAS CAROL- Live Now!

The holiday masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, opens on Broadway tonight, November 20, following critically acclaimed runs at The Old Vic, London. Playwright Jack Thorne and director Matthew Warchus offer a magical new interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic story. [Author: TV - Red Carpets]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Charles Dickens, Jack Thorne, Old Vic London, TV - Red Carpets, Matthew Warchus


Modern Birdhouses

Wooden birdhouses look like miniature replicas of beautiful modern homes. Sourgrassbuilt – architectural bird houses created by Douglas Barnhard. Also check out: Bird Apartment
Tags: Design, Tech, Douglas Barnhard


How Margaret Atwood Became A Global Superstar

It’s remarkable that Atwood, who turned eighty in November, has reached this crest after spending six decades writing into an ever-shifting cultural landscape. When she was starting out, writers, for the most part, didn’t get published in Canada. Canadian literature as a concept didn’t even exist. – The Walrus
Tags: Art, People, Canada, Margaret Atwood, Atwood, 11.18.19


BWW TV: Broadway Walks the Red Carpet on Opening Night of A CHRISTMAS CAROL

The holiday masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, opens on Broadway tonight, November 20, following critically acclaimed runs at The Old Vic, London. Playwright Jack Thorne and director Matthew Warchus offer a magical new interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic story. [Author: TV - Red Carpets]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Charles Dickens, Carol, Jack Thorne, Old Vic London, TV - Red Carpets, Matthew Warchus


Arthur Drooker’s Light-Bending “Cosmic Carnival” Monograph

A colorful, kinetic visual study from one of our favorite photographers In many ways a celebration of light’s relationship with motion, photographer Arthur Drooker‘s new soft cover monograph, Cosmic Carnival, captures the swirling colors of rides at several county fairs. Nothing shy of a feast for the eyes, the 34 page photo book taps into childhood nostalgia and dizzying memories—but it also addresses the way …
Tags: Books, Photography, Design, Photo Books, Photographers, Action Photography, Northern California, Carnivals, Monographs, Arthur Drooker


La Jolla Playhouse Announces 2020 Season, Including WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME, LEMPICKA and More

La Jolla Playhouse announces four of six productions for its 20202021 season, including the world premieres of Bhangin' It, book by Mike Lew Tiger Style and Rehana Lew Mirza DNA New Work Series' Child of Colonialism, music and lyrics by Sam Willmott, directed by Amy Anders Corcoran, co-produced with McCarter Theatre Center and Mother Russia, by UC San Diego MFA alumna Lauren Yee Cambodian Rock Band, directed by Tyne Rafaeli The Coast Starlight along with What the Constitution Means to Me, the ac...
Tags: Russia, Theatre, Broadway, Matt Gould, La Jolla Playhouse, Heidi Schreck, BWW News Desk, Lauren Yee, Carson Kreitzer, McCarter Theatre Center, Tyne Rafaeli, Oliver Butler, Sam Willmott, Rehana Lew Mirza, Mike Lew, Amy Anders Corcoran


Bradley Classic Watch

Available in dozens of colors and combinations, Eone’s watches can be used by everyone—including the blind and vision impaired. Employing a clever set of magnetized ball bearings and raised number markers, the time can be read using touch. The ball on the watch’s exterior tells the hours, while the one on the face accounts for minutes. With a titanium case, Ronda quartz movement with Swiss …
Tags: Accessories, Design, Watches, Eone, Visually Impaired, Ronda, Swiss, Hyungsoo Kim, Watch Design, Bradley Classic


Photo Flash: Christopher Meloni, Tate Donovan and More in CELEBRITY AUTOBIOGRAPHY At Groundlings Theatre

Celebrity Autobiography returns to LA to the renowned Groundlings Theater direct from a successful limited run on Broadway. This is the critically acclaimed, international smash-hit comedy London's West End to the Sydney Opera House where jaw-dropping, outrageous, 'hard to believe they wrote them' celebrity memoirs are acted out live on-stage verbatim by other celebrities. Created by Eugene Pack and developed with Dayle Reyfel, the show opened in New York to rave reviews and won the Drama Desk A...
Tags: New York, London, La, Theatre, West End, Sydney Opera House, BWW News Desk, Eugene Pack, Dayle Reyfel, Christopher Meloni Tate Donovan


BWW Album Review: Ghostlight Records and The Civilians Kick Off THE MICHAEL FRIEDMAN COLLECTION with Three Gems

Prolific theatrical songwriter Micheal Friedman died at age 41 from AIDS related complications in 2017, leaving many bereft as the theater community recognized his vibrant creativity was snuffed out too soon. To preserve his legacy and work, Ghostlight Records is partnering with The Civilians to record nine albums of Friedman's previously unrecorded music for THE MICHAEL FRIEDMAN COLLECTION. This past October, the first trio of albums was released. [Author: David Clarke]
Tags: Theatre, Friedman, Ghostlight Records, David Clarke, Michael Friedman, Micheal Friedman


BWW TV: Broadway Walks the Red Carpet on Opening Night of A CHRISTMAS CAROL- Live at 5:30pm!

The holiday masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, opens on Broadway tonight, November 20, following critically acclaimed runs at The Old Vic, London. Playwright Jack Thorne and director Matthew Warchus offer a magical new interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic story. [Author: TV - Red Carpets]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Charles Dickens, Jack Thorne, Old Vic London, TV - Red Carpets, Matthew Warchus



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