Anthony Warlow to Return to THE SECRET GARDEN in Australia

Australian musical theatre starAnthony Warlow will revisit one of his most acclaimed roles, Archibald Craven in The Secret Garden, in the 25th anniversary production which will open at Sydney Lyric Theatre in August next year. Tickets for this sumptuous musical in Sydney are on sale from Friday 29 November. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Australia, Theatre, Sydney, Secret Garden, Anthony Warlow, Warlow, BWW News Desk, Archibald Craven, Sydney Lyric Theatre

YD Talks: A design critique of the Tesla Cybertruck

A whole day (and a half) after I called the Cybertruck a Toblerone on wheels, here’s a more detailed breakdown of the Tesla’s launch of the new Cybertruck, and why (as a designer, and not a customer) I still don’t like it. My opinion, if definitely more nuanced, still pretty much remains unchanged in its essence.The most popular professionally circulated adjective to describe the Tesla Cybertruck has been ‘polarized’. It’s perhaps the most appropriate term to use. You don’t appear for or against...
Tags: Transportation, Elon Musk, Design, Tesla, Automotive, Porsche, Ford, Editorial, Product Design, Mach, Elon, Overton, Tony Stark, YD Talks, Cybertruck, Tesla Cybertruck

Submarine Baby Crib

Ordinary baby crib transformed into a beautiful submarine by the creator of Fairy Tree Bedroom. Submarine Crib made after 90 hours of work and $1,250.00 in materials will be sold to raise money for Seattle Children’s Hospital. Also check out: Jaws Baby Cri
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Seattle Children s Hospital Also

BWW TV: Katharine McPhee Returns! She's Opening Up About Being WAITRESS's Final Jenna

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Katharine McPhee will return to Broadway as Jenna for the final weeks of Waitress' Broadway run. McPhee returns to Waitress, where she made her Broadway debut last year. [Author: TV - Press Previews]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BroadwayWorld, Jenna, McPhee, Katharine McPhee, TV - Press Previews, Waitress Broadway

BWW TV: Katharine McPhee Returns! She's Opening Up About Being Being WAITRESS's Final Jenna

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Katharine McPhee will return to Broadway as Jenna for the final weeks of Waitress' Broadway run. McPhee returns to Waitress, where she made her Broadway debut last year. [Author: TV - Press Previews]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BroadwayWorld, Jenna, McPhee, Katharine McPhee, TV - Press Previews, Waitress Broadway

Why I’m Thankful and Hopeful – Heaven’s in Our Heart

With My Heart Full of Gratitude and Thankfulness, Well Wishes and Warm Thoughts to You If we have faith in humankind And respect for what is earthly And an unfaltering belief In peace and love and... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
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Gainsborough, Zoffany and Kew

This week I went to Kew twice - and did something I've been meaning to do for absolutely ages - tried to locate the plaque relating to a Botanick Painter to his Majesty" in the church near the... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
Tags: Art, Kew, Making A Mark, Gainsborough Zoffany

3 Design Tips for Virtual Presentations

So you’ve been asked to design or deliver a virtual presentation. If you are used to face-to-face presentations this can be a bit intimidating. However, don’t let this format shift scare you. Much of what makes a presentation great in person can be translated to work for online presentations, as well. With any type of presentation, two of your main goals are to maintain audience attention and communicate clearly. In order to accomplish that in virtual presentations, focus on these three design t...
Tags: Image, Design, Text, Storytelling, Motion, Speaking, Broca, Presentation Science, Contrast, Scott Schwertly, Wernicke, Virtual Presentation, Visual Orientation, Visual Patterning, Howard W Levie, Richard Lentz

The Defakto Transit wristwatch puts ‘sensible German Design’ on your wrist

Ever since 2009, German-based Defakto Watch Manufactory have been making watches that embody the German design principles of simplicity, sensibility, and purity. Now, to celebrate 10 years since they embarked on that journey, they’re releasing the Transit Standard, a fine combination of minimal modern aesthetics and high-quality components that celebrates 10 years of Defakto.Defakto was founded by Raphael Ickler in 2009, who himself came from a long line of watchmakers from Pforzheim, Germany,...
Tags: Deals, Design, Watches, Transit, Switzerland, Shop, Product Design, Accessories & Fashion, Yanko, Pforzheim, Pforzheim Germany, Defakto, Raphael Ickler, Defakto watch, Defakto Defakto, David HeitzClick

BWW Exclusive: AIN'T TOO PROUD Celebrates the Season by Singing 'Carols For A Cure'

For over twenty years, Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS' holiday CD, Broadway's Carols for a Cure, has been a staple of every theatre-lover's wish list. The beloved series pairs casts from award-winning Broadway musicals with seasonal songs that are both classic and new. [Author: Genevieve Rafter Keddy]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Genevieve Rafter Keddy

BWW Review: Bryce Pinkham Overthrows The Government as MasterVoices Presents Gershwin Satire LET 'EM EAT CAKE

'I've got a little favor to ask of you,' an American president asks the members of the Supreme Court on the night he's lost his re-election bid. [Author: Michael Dale]
Tags: Supreme Court, Theatre, Bryce Pinkham, Michael Dale

MOCA Workers Move to Unionize

Around 50 workers at Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles are trying to form a union. “We recognize that management has identified a need to shift workplace culture in order to make equity, diversity, and accessibility a greater priority,” the group says. “So far, however, this has been a top-down structure that has involved spending undisclosed […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles

Whitney Museum Receives $1 Million Grant from Keith Haring Foundation

The Whitney Museum has received a $1 million grant from the Keith Haring Foundation to complete the construction of David Hammons’s Day’s End. “For a museum of our scale, it’s a heavy lift, no pun intended,” says curator Scott Rothkopf. “This is definitely one of the largest gifts toward the realization of this project.” Read more at Art […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Whitney Museum, David Hammons, Scott Rothkopf, Keith Haring Foundation, Whitney Museum Receives

Van Gogh Sunflowers Head to Australia

Van Gogh’s iconic Sunflowers (1888) will head to Australia next year for a show at the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra, traveling from London’s National Gallery.  Read more at Art Newspaper  
Tags: Art, London, News, Australia, Canberra, Van Gogh, Art News, Minipost, Van Gogh Sunflowers Head

Social Roundup: The Therapist Meme Takes Over Broadway Twitter

A new meme has taken over Twitter and Broadway fans from all over are taking part [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk

Slava Snowshow - A Wonderful World to Visit

Reviewed by Judd Hollander Clowns exist in their own pocket universe. A point from which they can project everything from a childlike innocence to a bit of misguided whimsy, a can-do attitude, or a feeling of being slightly apart from everything else. All as they deal with whatever situation they find themselves in. Such is the effect of Slava’s Snowshow. Created by Russian performance artist Slava Polunin, this absolutely delightful undertaking has returned to the New York stage j...
Tags: New York, Theatre, Stephen Sondheim, Broadway, Rialto, Slava, Judd Hollander, Peter Gunn, Slava Polunin, Veronique Vial Deeper, Veronique Vial Children, Aelita West Bradford West Artem Zhimo Slava, Gwenael Allan Created, Serino Coyne Digital Marketing Advertising, Arthouse Press, Lee Micklin

Upstate NY’s Adirondack Experience seeks a Director of Marketing & Public Relations

Adirondack Experience, a museum of history and wilderness with an annual operating budget of $5 million, including earned revenue goals of just over $1.1 million, is entering an exciting period of growth as it seeks to increase visitor engagement and retention. In addition to recruiting this pivotal role, the ADKX has also recently engaged New York City’s industry-leading cultural marketing and strategy firm LaPlaca Cohen. Director of Marketing & Public Relations – Position Profile TH...
Tags: Art, New York, Jobs, Microsoft, New York City, Public Relations, United States, Upstate Ny, Upstate New York, LaPlaca Cohen, Adirondack Park, Tom O'Connor, Gallagher Associates, American Alliance of Museum, Marketing and Public Relations Committee, Director of Marketing and Public Relations

Director of Social Impact

Working across the Center’s activities, with a focus on development, education and artistic planning teams, the Director of Creative Leadership and Social Impact Initiatives collaborates with artists and Center administration to hold the Center accountable to the metrics and processes for Impact work as outlined by the VP of Social Impact. The Director will support the VP of Social Impact, as well as support existing artistic programs as may be requested by colleagues. The Director m...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Performing Arts, Jfk, Kennedy Center, Social Impact, Center, Creative Leadership and Social Impact Initiatives, VP of Social Impact, Social Impact Team

London Underground 1970-1980 By Mike Goldwater: Down In The Dimly Lit Tunnels, The Tube Was One Photographer’s Playground

Wembley Park 1979 The first thing that strikes anyone who regularly rides on the London Underground is how clean it looks in Mike Goldwater’s photographs. Taken during the 1970s, Goldwater shows us a Tube a million miles up wind from New York’s filthy Subway, a place so disgusting, violent and vandalised that the only respite from the dystopian stench and fear of impending doom was a self-made... Source
Tags: Photography, New York, Design, London, Subway, Retro, London Underground, Underground, 1980s, 1970s, Goldwater, Mike Goldwater

Director, Theater Producing and Programming

The Director, Theater Producing and Programming works with VP, Theater Producing and Programming to create, develop, and manage all aspects of program administration for the Theater department. The Director is responsible for the overall achievement and function of the Theater Producing and Programming department, with focus on the annual programmatic budget of approximately $50M and staff management. The Director may be responsible for supervising other staff within the department. ...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Washington, America, Broadway, John F Kennedy, Kennedy Center, Center, Potomac River, VP Theater Producing and Programming, Theater Producing and Programming

Michael J. Pollard, Broadway Actor in the 1950s and 60s, Has Died

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that Michael J. Pollard, who performed on Broadway in the 1950s and 60s, has died. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Michael J Pollard

Picassos in the Garage? Artist’s Handyman Is Convicted of Hiding Stolen Works

Pierre Le Guennec said that the artist had given him the artworks and that he had forgotten about them for decades.
Tags: Art, News, France, Picasso, Pablo, Collectors and Collections, Robberies and Thefts, Pierre Le Guennec

Artist Celebrates Japanese Art And Culture With Strong And Beautiful Women Illustrations

Born in Chiba prefecture, illustrator and graphic designer Nadesico Rin’s style focuses on more traditional aspects of Japanese art and culture. On her official website, she cites a love for Japanese art and culture, the aesthetic of which has raised her and led her to the focus of her artwork. The primary focus of Nadescio’s artwork are otome, or Japanese maidens... Source
Tags: Art, Japan, Design, Traditional, Inspirations, Chiba, Nadesico Rin

Managing Director/Associate Dean

Managing Director/Associate Dean– Yale School of Drama/Yale Repertory Theatre (YSD/YRT) seek a dynamic, visionary collaborator to serve as Managing Director and Associate Dean and teach courses as an Assistant or Associate Professor Adjunct in Theater Management. YSD/YRT share a mission to train and advance leaders to raise the standard of global professional practice in every theatrical discipline, pursuing excellence in art to promote wonder, empathy, and understanding in the worl...
Tags: Art, Uncategorized, Yale, Yale University, Dean, LORT, School Yale Rep Yale Cabaret, Yale Summer Cabaret, Interfolio

2020 New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar Is Here!

After seven years of adorning cubicles, kitchens and dimly-lit bedrooms, 2020 will be the final edition of the NYC Taxi Drivers Calendar. The 2020 calendar features 12 scintillating and good-humored yellow cab drivers, eager to enhance your daily living experience. A portion of each calendar sale benefits University Settlement, America’s oldest settlement house (1886), based in New York City and... Source
Tags: Photography, Design, NYC, New York City, Calendar, Drivers, Taxi, University Settlement America, New York City Taxi Drivers Calendar

FROZEN 2 Has Best November Box Office Opening For An Animated Film, at $130-$140M

Frozen 2 is already set to have the best opening for an animated film in November. Its current estimated weekend total at the box office is 130-140M, after a gross of 45.9M on its first day, according to Deadline. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Tired Bumblebees Who Fell Asleep Inside Flowers With Pollen On Their Butts

Sometimes bumblebees get tired from flying and fall asleep in flowers with pollen all over their little furry bee butts. Like these lovely creatures below…. Source
Tags: Design, Animals, Butts, Bumblebees, Asleep

Photo Flash: Lin-Manuel Miranda Visits FIDDLER ON THE ROOF IN YIDDISH

Lin-Manuel Miranda dropped by to see Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish on Friday night and went backstage to meet Joel Grey and the cast. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Lin Manuel Miranda, Joel Grey, BWW News Desk

Who Needs Canvas? In Dakar, Street Artists Express Their Visions on Sides of Homes

Street artists from around the world are coming to a working-class neighborhood in Senegal’s capital that has been transformed into an open sky museum, where dozens of wall paintings dot houses.
Tags: Art, News, Senegal, Dakar, Dakar (Senegal

Candid Photographs Of Alain Delon Encountering Some Pigeons In Piazza San Marco, Venice, 1962

Alain Delon (born November 8, 1935) is a French film actor whose striking good looks helped make him one of the principal male stars of the French cinema in the 1960s and ’70s. h/t: During France’s war with Indochina, Delon was posted to Saigon and saw active service, an experience which he later stated was immensely beneficial to him in teaching him discipline and building his character. Source
Tags: Photography, Design, France, Italy, Retro, Saigon, 1960s, Alain Delon, Pigeons, Piazza San Marco Venice, Indochina Delon

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