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Photo: Olivia Newton-John and John Travolta Don GREASE Costumes For Film Sing-A-Long

Today, Grease was the word at Coral SkyAmphitheatre as John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, slipped back into their iconic costumes from the film to host the Meet n' Grease Singalong [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, John Travolta, Olivia Newton John, Newton John, BWW News Desk, John Travolta Don


Video: Bill And Hillary Clinton Stop By AIN'T TOO PROUD On Broadway

This week, President Bill Clinton and Hillary Clinton stopped by Broadway's Ain't Too Proud and swung by backstage after the show to meet with the cast. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Hillary Clinton, Bill Clinton, Broadway, Bill, BWW News Desk


New York’s Newest Private Museum Is Tucked Away in Brooklyn

First he took Copenhagen and Beijing. Now, Danish dealer-turned-philanthropist Jens Faurschou is debuting his blue-chip collection in the borough’s Greenpoint section.
Tags: Art, New York, News, Beijing, Brooklyn, Museums, Copenhagen, Ny, Greenpoint, Jens, Greenpoint (Brooklyn, The Red Bean Grows in the South (Exhibit, Faurschou, Faurschou New York, Jens Faurschou


Avery Singer Joins Hauser & Wirth

Avery Singer is now represented by Hauser & Wirth, the gallery announced today. Read more at Hauser & Wirth
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Hauser, Wirth, Hauser Wirth


Case Over Rudolf Stingel Illustrates Issues in Inigo Philbrick Cases

A new filing in a dispute over a Rudolf Stingel has illustrated more of the background in the case of Inigo Philbrick, particularly how the dealer would move between classifying the transfers of works as sales or loans.  “That is the real story here of what is going on with all of these Inigo deals—there was a […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Inigo, Inigo Philbrick, Rudolf Stingel, Inigo Philbrick Cases


VIDEO: Sam Rockwell Reveals The Key to Playing Bob Fosse on THE LATE LATE SHOW

Late Late Show guest host Jeff Goldblum welcomes his guests Camila Morrone and Sam Rockwell, and turns his attention to Sam's portrayal of Bob Fosse in 'FosseVerdon' -- including Sam flexing his dancing ability, and showing off his legs thanks to lots of scenes wearing shorts. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Sam, Sam Rockwell, Jeff Goldblum, Bob Fosse, Stage Tube, Camila Morrone


Russian Museums Embrace Putin’s Call for Satellite Venues

Russian museums are seizing on Vladimir Putin’s idea to open satellite venues in various regions of the country as a move to improve living standards.  “We must organise branches of such museums in regional centers of the Russian Federation, so works of art don’t lie around in storage or in basements, but so people see them,” Putin said. […]
Tags: Art, News, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russian Federation, Art News, Minipost


Townhouse with Julian Schnabel-Designed Interiors on Market for $18.5 Million

The WSJ gives a tour of the $18.5 million New York Townhouse on sale this month, featuring interiors designed by Julian Schnabel.  The colorful home is currently inhabited by his first wife, Jacqueline. Read more at WSJ
Tags: Art, News, WSJ, Art News, Minipost, Julian Schnabel, New York Townhouse, Jacqueline Read


George Condo in Talks to Join Hauser & Wirth

George Condo is reported in talks to join Hauser & Wirth, according to Art News.  The report cites several sources saying that the artist is being courted by the massive gallery. Read more at Art News
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Wirth, Hauser Wirth, George Condo, Join Hauser


BWW Exclusive: American Federation of Musicians Local 802 Record Carols For A Cure

Carols for a Cure is back for 2019 in its 21st edition Below, Check out exclusive photos as the American Federation of Musicians Local 802 gathers to record their track- 'A Prayer for Peace.' [Author: Genevieve Rafter Keddy]
Tags: Theatre, Genevieve Rafter Keddy, American Federation of Musicians Local


VIDEO: Watch the Cast of CHICAGO Ask 'What Would Fosse Do?' at BC/EFA's Red Bucket Follies

Six weeks of enthusiastic fundraising erupted into two extraordinary performances of lighthearted parodies, inspiring calls-to-action and exceptional dance earlier this week at Red Bucket Follies. The show, which was performed December 9 and 10, 2019, celebrated the 58 Broadway, Off-Broadway and national touring companies that participated in fall fundraising for Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Chicago, Broadway, BC EFA, Stage Tube, Broadway CaresEquity


This snowflake-shaped multitool makes the best stocking-stuffer for EDC lovers!

With only 10 days to Christmas Eve, if you’re still thinking about what to buy for your DIY enthusiast friend or for Secret Santa at work, the HexFlex multitool is the perfect combination of functional and festive-themed. It fits 14 incredibly useful tools into its small frame and comes with a keyring attachment so you’ve always got it on you. Made from stainless steel, this incredibly season-appropriate multitool comes with two Phillips screwdrivers, a flathead screwdriver, three hex drivers, a...
Tags: Deals, Design, Everyday Carry, Product Design, Secret Santa, Edc, Multitool, Phillips, General Gifts, EveryDayCarry, HexFlex


A New Opera Company For Orange County? Not Likely

LA Opera continues to stage traditional and spectacular productions, Long Beach Opera forges ahead in its scrappy and innovative way, San Diego Opera provides yet another outlet for listeners. The market for opera in Southern California may already be saturated, and it may be a settled question: asking for a fully-staffed, active and sustaining professional company in Orange County that consistently delivers top-quality, fully-staged productions before packed and enthusiastic houses? It...
Tags: Art, Music, Orange County, Southern California, San Diego Opera, Long Beach Opera, LA Opera, 12.12.19


Study: Surgeons Perform Better With Music Playing In The Operating Room

As the study noted, music is already played in operating theatres as a matter of course by most doctors and nurses — about two-thirds, as it turns out. Participants said that listening to music reduced stress and made them feel more relaxed. Patients also reported that music played before their surgeries reduced stress levels. Almost all the respondents preferred classical music of some kind, with a slight preference for Mozart piano sonatas. Classical music was used in six of the studies, and ...
Tags: Art, Music, Mozart, 12.12.19


The Polestar SLR shows what Scandinavian minimalism would look like on automobiles

The Polestar SLR is an apt example of a passion project that just evolved and bettered over time. In fact, designer Arthur Martins claims he isn’t done yet! The Polestar SLR (short for Salt Lake Runner) was designed to see how Scandinavian minimalism would manifest on an automobile’s outer body. The advantage of choosing a salt lake racing bike lies in being able to sacrifice a few details for the sake of visual authenticity. The Polestar SLR has minimal ground clearance, basic suspension, and d...
Tags: Design, Automotive, Product Design, Motorcycle, Martins, Arthur Martins, Polestar, Polestar SLR, Salt Lake Runner


Actor Danny Aiello, 86

He memorably portrayed blue-collar heavies and hotheads in films such as “The Godfather: Part II,” “The Purple Rose of Cairo” and “Do the Right Thing,” and played against type as a middle-aged mama’s boy in “Moonstruck.” –
Tags: Art, People, Cairo, Danny Aiello, 12.12.19


Test Drive: Mercedes-Benz’s GLB SUV and CLA Sedan

Comparing contrasting vehicles, both with plenty of impressive qualities In order to concurrently keep up with and set themselves apart from competitors, Mercedes-Benz employs a somewhat shotgun approach, with lots of cars starting in the mid-to-high $30K range. Their newest being the seven-passenger GLB SUV, built on the same platform as the brand’s CLA—which first debuted in 2013. The brand is going after younger buyers …
Tags: Auto, Design, Cars, Driving, Mercedes Benz, SUVs, Amg, CLA, Sedans, GLB, Test Drives, 2020 Models, AMG CLA 35, CLA 250 4Matic Coupe


Cost Of The Edinburgh Fringe Is Shutting Out Working Class Artists

“So, who can afford to perform at the Fringe regularly? Who can absorb a grand loss every year? Who can work unpaid for 17 weeks at a time? The answer is people who already have money. People who have the financial resources to take that hit year-in and year-out while they build a profile, while they experiment, while they get better at their job. Not me, and not any of my fellow working class artists – that’s for sure.” – The Stage
Tags: Art, Theatre, 12.12.19


How Awards Distort Our Movie And Music Culture

Awards are, it must be said, an absurdity. It is not only possible but crucial to insist on the importance or value of art without giving it a trophy. For the many who are interested in the arts, both mass-marketability and the potential for conferred prestige (i.e. awards) should be irrelevant. If those markers are your interest above the work itself, you can turn to metrics, algorithms, and trending topics, which have robust and widely-available platforms for consumption and analysis....
Tags: Art, Media, Audience, 12.12.19


ARTnews’ Top 200 Collectors List For 2019

“There is this great shift in what’s going on in collecting,” said Sara Friedlander, Christie’s head of postwar and contemporary art. “Collectors across the board are looking for something new that is also of great quality—in concert with what’s happening curatorially in museums and in scholarly gallery shows.” The result, she said, is “shifting the conversation away from simply dead white men to artists of color and women.” – ARTnews
Tags: Art, Visual, Sara Friedlander Christie, 12.12.19


Photo Flash: The Broadway League and NYC Department of Education's High School Broadway Shadowing Program Workshop

The High School Broadway Shadowing Program connects New York City public high school students with behind-the-scenes professionals including producers, stage managers, house managers, and marketing and advertising staff, who share what goes into creating and maintaining a Broadway production. On Thursday December 12th, 70 students and teachers from all over NYC came together at our host venue, Theatre Row, to learn more about non-performance careers in theatre. These participants also had the op...
Tags: New York City, Theatre, Broadway, Broadway League, BWW News Desk, High School Broadway Shadowing Program


VIDEO: Check Out the Young Dayton Cast of IN THE HEIGHTS Reacting to the Movie Trailer

Lin-Manuel Miranda tweeted that he wanted to see footage of people reacting to the In Heights Trailer... and the Dayton cast of Muse Machine's In The Heights did not disappoint [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Dayton, Lin Manuel Miranda, Stage Tube


Goodspeed Announces FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS 2020 Lineup

The lineup has been announced for the 15th Annual Goodspeed Festival of New Musicals. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk


BWW Contest: Win Two Tickets And A Meet-And-Greet At WE WILL ROCK YOU on Tour!

Get ready because BroadwayWorld is giving you the chance to win tickets to see the music of Queen come to life on stage in the national tour of We Will Rock You The winner will receive two tickets and a meet-and-greet at the show's December 27th performance at the Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium in Calgary, Canada. The contest will run now through December 15th, at 1159 PM EST. Be sure to enter for your chance to win TODAY [Author: BWW Contests]
Tags: Theatre, BroadwayWorld, Calgary Canada, Southern Alberta Jubilee Auditorium, BWW Contests


OKLAHOMA! On Broadway To Celebrate Sustainability December 18

The groundbreaking, history-making Broadway revival of Rodgers Hammerstein's Oklahoma will be celebrating sustainability next week on Sustainability Night,to be held at the evening performance, Wednesday. December 18. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Oklahoma, Rodgers Hammerstein, BWW News Desk


VIDEO: Meet the Cast of A SOLDIER'S PLAY in This New Video

Take a look at a video sizzle reel for Roundabout's new Broadway production of A SOLDIER'S PLAY starring David Alan Grier and Blair Underwood. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, David Alan Grier, Stage Tube, Blair Underwood


Snorlax Bean Bag

Comfortable bean bag chair designed to look like Snorlax giant monster from the Pokemon franchise. “Sleeping Monster” – Snorlax giant bean bag chair handmade by Amina. Also check out: Sleeping Bear Bean Bag
Tags: Design, Inspiration, Amina


Photo Flash: Take a Look at Rehearsal Photos from Roundabout's A SOLDIER'S PLAY

A Soldier's Play begins preview performances on December 27, 2019, and opens officially on January 21, 2020. This is a limited engagement at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway 227 West 42nd Street. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, American Airlines Theatre, BWW News Desk


Ten Top New Museums Of 2019

These ten museums opened in 2019. We’re not saying they’re the best, but they sure are fun buildings to look at. – Dezeen
Tags: Art, Visual, 12.05.19


First Look: Rob McClure in the Broadway-Bound MRS. DOUBTFIRE in Seattle

BroadwayWorld has a first look at MRS. DOUBTFIRE which celebrates its opening night tonight at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre Get a first look at the cast in action [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Seattle, BroadwayWorld, Rob McClure, BWW News Desk, Mrs Doubtfire, Broadway Bound MRS DOUBTFIRE



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