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EMOJILAND Superfan Saves the Day with BroadwayCon Cosplay!

It was cosplay to the rescue tonight at Emojiland the Musical as one of the show's superfanssaved the day with her BroadwayCon enesemble [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, Emojiland


VIDEO: See Carolee Carmello Make Her HELLO, DOLLY! Transformation

Check out Hello, Dolly tour star, Tony-nominee Carolee Carmello as she transforms into the iconic Dolly Gallagher Levi [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Tony, Dolly, Dolly Gallagher Levi, Stage Tube, Carolee Carmello


A Surge In Online Services During Coronavirus?

If the coronavirus continues to spread, analysts believe U.S. consumers will adopt behavior similar to that of Chinese consumers. China this year has seen a surge in people downloading apps on their smartphones in such areas as games and entertainment, according to San Francisco mobile data and analytics firm App Annie. Weekly game app downloads on Apple devices last month were up 80% in China, compared with a monthly average of downloads for 2019, the company said. – Los Angeles Times ...
Tags: Apple, Art, China, San Francisco, Issues, Audience, 03.06.20, App Annie Weekly


Under Pressure, Hachette Cancels Publication Of Woody Allen Autobiography

Hachette executives had discussed the matter with its employees and, “after listening, we came to the conclusion that moving forward with publication would not be feasible for HBG.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Hachette, Words, Woody Allen, HBG, 03.06.20


DeVos Institute of Arts Management Executive Assistant Opening

The Executive Assistant will play a vital support role for the Institute’s senior staff who deliver training programs and consulting services for a portfolio of national and international clients. This position is full-time and is based in the Institute’s downtown Washington, D.C. offices. This individual will be responsible for the following, primary roles: Provide administrative support for the Institute’s senior staff, including the PresidentManage scheduling, travel arrangements,...
Tags: Art, Jobs, Microsoft, Washington, Institute, DeVos Institute, DeVos Institute of Arts Management Executive, Katy Cupples


Superheroes As Metaphor For Technology

Superman and his contemporaries launched a fascination with technological superism that continues today. Here were individuals whose bodies and their capacities were somehow warped through being exposed to technology (the Flash); augmented by technology (Batman); or transported from one environment to another by technology (Superman). There is an underlying narrative in all their stories that treats technology as a source of powers that would traditionally have been described as divine. ...
Tags: Art, Superman, Ideas, 03.06.20


We Try To Be Authentic. But Being Real Can Be A Bit Unreal

This is the paradox of authenticity: In order to reap the many of the benefits of feeling authentic, you may have to betray your true nature. – Scientific American
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.05.20


Jazz Pianist McCoy Tyner, 81

Mr. Tyner’s manner was modest, but his sound was rich, percussive and serious, his lyrical improvisations centered by powerful left-hand chords marking the first beat of the bar and the tonal center of the music. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, McCoy Tyner, Tyner, 03.07.20


International Women’s Day: Interviews + Visits

A few of the enthralling conversations we've had with brilliant women since last year's 8 March Women from all over the world achieve the remarkable every day, and should always be championed and celebrated. At Cool Hunting, we’re in a uniquely fortunate position to meet creative, clever, inspiring and inventive women all the time—from artists and designers to sex tech entrepreneurs, community leaders and beyond. …
Tags: Art, Photography, Gender, Design, Style, Interviews, Women, Tech, Data, Designers, Culture, Artists, Photographers, Perfume, Fragrance, Studio Visits


BWW TV: Go Inside Opening Night of GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY on Broadway!

The Belasco Theatre was the place to be last night as Broadway's best gathered to celebrate opening night of Girl from the North Country. What is the new musical, created by Conor McPherson and featuring the music of Bob Dylan, about [Author: TV - Opening Night Special]
Tags: Theatre, Bob Dylan, Broadway, Conor McPherson, TV - Opening Night Special


How Hollywood Fueled William Faulkner

Hollywood became synonymous with increased income and long absences from home. The manna from Faulkner’s work on screenplays and the movie options on his novels was very welcome indeed, but it did not come without cost to his marriage. When Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer offered six weeks at $500 a week in May 1932, the couple was significantly overdrawn and without credit. Faulkner literally spent his last few dollars wiring MGM that he would accept their offer. He then asked his uncle for a five...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, People, MGM, FAULKNER, Metro Goldwyn Mayer, William Faulkner, 02.27.20, John Falkner


VIDEO: Watch the UK Tour of SIX Belt Out 'Ex-Wives'!

As Sixprepares to open on Broadway, another sextet is touring the UK.Watch below as the company of the UK tour performs 'Ex-Wives' on Blue Peter [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: UK, Theatre, Broadway, Stage Tube


Inside The Head Of Freeman Dyson

Even by physicists’ standards, Dyson’s thinking was strikingly unconstrained by the here and now. One moment, he was delving into the esoterica of quantum theory, and, the next, he was speculating about the logistics of alien civilizations. In the nineteen-fifties, he led the team developing a new type of nuclear reactor, which included several novel safety features; soon after, he was designing an interstellar spacecraft propelled by nuclear bombs. – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, People, Dyson, Freeman Dyson, 03.05.20


RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE Disqualifies Season 12 Contestant Sherry Pie Over Catfishing Allegations

RuPaul's Drag Race has disqualified season 12 contestant Sherry Pie over catfishing allegations, Entertainment Weekly reports. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Entertainment Weekly, Rupaul, TV News Desk, Sherry Pie


SXSW Festival Canceled

The cancellation — just seven days before the 2020 festival was scheduled to start next Friday — comes as SXSW organizers faced public pressure to scrap it, as well the prospect of a substantially diminished event anyway because a lengthy list of companies and speakers already dropped out. – Austin Statesman
Tags: Art, Issues, Sxsw, 03.06.20


10 Influential Women in Contemporary Design

To celebrate International Women’s Day (8 March) and Women’s History Month, Design Milk—in collaboration with the Female Design Council—compiled a list of women designers “shaping the future of design.” And while there are far more than 10 women leaving their mark on the expansive medium, this list features incredible talent worth honoring. From Arati Rao (founder of rug and textile studio Tantuvi) to Rosie Li …
Tags: Design, Women, Designers, Linkaboutit, IWD, International Womens Day, Design Milk, FDC, Female Design Council, Tantuvi, IWD 2020, Women Designers, Arati Rao


‘Weimar On The Pacific’: When L.A. Was The Capital Of German Literature

Alex Ross revisits that odd period when the Nazi regime had driven the cream of pre-war German arts and letters — Werfel, Döblin, Viertel, Brecht, Adorno, three different Manns, along with composers, actors, and stage and film directors — into a disorienting exile under the palms. – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Nazi, Words, Pacific, Alex Ross, 03.02.20, Werfel Döblin Viertel Brecht Adorno


Surge In Sales Of Books About Plagues

Camus’s The Plague follows the inhabitants of Oran, an Algerian town that is sealed off by quarantine as it is ravaged by bubonic plague. Penguin is rushing through a reprint of its English translation to meet demand, but said on Thursday it had sold out of stock on Amazon. The publisher added that sales in the last week of February were up by 150% on the same period in 2019. – The Guardian
Tags: Amazon, Art, Penguin, Words, Oran, Camus, 03.06.20


Green-roofed Stonecrop home rises from rural English landscape

London-based architecture firm Featherstone Young recently completed Stonecrop, a new home in Rutland, East Midlands that’s also an example of how thoughtful architecture can draw new interest to declining rural communities. Topped with a sloping green roof that touches the ground, the sculptural building features two wings — one that houses the main living areas and the other for guest quarters — that wrap around a central courtyard. To reduce the home’s environmental footprint, the architects ...
Tags: Design, London, Clipsham, Stonecrop, Featherstone Young, Rutland East Midlands, Sarah Featherstone, Featherstone Young Images © Brotherton Lock


How A D&D Tool Helped Organize Our World Views

The pleasure of filling out an alignment chart is similar to that of playing a simple brainteaser, or completing an elementary-school worksheet: You’re making judgment calls, sorting, putting objects into little boxes—and you end up with something neat and composed. It has the allure of surety. If we could decide, once and for all, what is the exact best way to live, maybe everything would fall into place. – The Atlantic
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.05.20


Joyce Gordon, Pioneering TV Actress (And Voice You Know From Frustrating Phone Calls), Dead At 90

“During the germinal days of television, … [she] became famous as ‘The Girl With the Glasses,’ for un-self-consciously wearing her signature eyeglasses on camera as she delivered live, on-air advertising pitches for products like Crisco and Duncan Hines cake mixes.” Her voice was heard in many a dubbed foreign film and countless radio announcements — and whenever you called a number that was “no longer in service.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Duncan Hines, 03.05.20, Joyce Gordon Pioneering


Sotheby’s Renewed Emphasis on Private Sales Reviewed in Art Newspaper

Art Newspaper has a piece charting Sotheby’s recent emphasis on its private sales department.  “We have probably spent 250 of our 275 years pretending it didn’t exist,” says David Schrader, Sotheby’s head of private sales. “But it’s a really important service which we don’t think is cannibalistic to the legacy business, it’s quite complimentary.” Read more at […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Sotheby, David Schrader Sotheby


Broadway League Adds Sanitizer Dispensers in Broadway Lobbies to Fight Spread of Coronavirus

As the threat of Coronavirus continues to grow around the world, the Broadway League has issued an updated statement to keep theatregoers informed [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway League, BWW News Desk, Broadway League Adds Sanitizer Dispensers, Broadway Lobbies


Photo Flash: See Armie Hammer, Tracy Letts, Jessie Mueller and the Cast of THE MINUTES on Broadway

The MinutesbyTracy Letts, directed by Anna D. Shapiro, began performances Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at the Cort Theatre on Broadway, and officially opens on Sunday, March 15, 2020. This is a 16-week limited engagement through Sunday, June 14, 2020. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Cort Theatre, BWW News Desk, Anna D Shapiro, Tracy Letts Jessie Mueller


BHANGIN' IT Added to Goodspeed Musicals New WORKLIGHT SERIES Lineup

Goodspeed announced that Bhangin' It will round out the trio of titles planned for 'The Worklight Series' 2020 season. Bhangin' It is a bold and upbeat musical by recent Kleban Prize winners Mike Lew, Rehana Lew Mirza 2020 and Sam Willmott 2015. Thisnew musical is set in the high stakes world of intercollegiate competitive Bhangra a traditional Punjabi folk dance morphed into a good ol' American dance-off. When Mary, a biracial student, is booted off her team for not being 'Indian enough,' she a...
Tags: Theatre, Mary, BWW News Desk, Goodspeed, Sam Willmott, Mike Lew Rehana Lew Mirza


Photographer Jeannette Montgomery Barron’s “Artist Portraits from the 80’s” at Patrick Parrish Gallery

Mapplethorpe, Basquiat and their contemporaries, captured with intimate intensity With the innumerable retrospectives crisscrossing US museums, and foundations dedicating floor-upon-floor of wall space, one almost cannot escape the current societal obsession with artists from the ’80s. Amidst all the work of Basquiat, Warhol, Haring and their ilk, gallery-goers will still struggle to find women represented. Fascinating then, and valuable, is the exhibition Artist Portraits from …
Tags: Photography, Design, Exhibits, NYC, US, Culture, Photographers, Exhibitions, Portraits, Art Shows, Patrick Parrish Gallery, Photo Exhibits, Jeannette Montgomery Barron, Mapplethorpe Basquiat, Warhol Haring


MRS. DOUBTFIRE Announces Digital Rush Policy

Mrs. Doubtfire has announced a digital rush ticket policy for the Broadway production, which begins performances Monday, March 9 in advance of an official opening night on Sunday, April 5 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre 124 W 43rd St. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Mrs Doubtfire


AO On-Site – New York: Spring/BREAK Art Show, March 3rd – 9th, 2020

Michael A. Robinson, all images by Elisa Etrari for Art Observed As The Armory Show returns to the Piers on the West Side of Manhattan, so too comes the annual opening of the SPRING/BREAK Art Show, the adventurous, curator-driven program that takes up space at a pop-up location for a week of compelling and unique exhibitions and […]
Tags: Art, New York, Show, Art News, Featured Post, AO On Site, West Side of Manhattan, Michael A Robinson, Elisa Etrari


BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - MR. TOOLE

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin, a life-long theater enthusiast, who has drawn many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Below, check out his latest illustration, featuringLinda Purl andRyan Spahnin MR. TOOLE. [Author: Ken Fallin]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BroadwayWorld, Ken Fallin, MR TOOLE


VIDEO: A Message From BEETLEJUICE's #1 Life Coach, Leslie Kritzer

Watch Beetlejuice's Leslie Kritzer, as her character Delia Deetz, walk us through the stages of grief as the show's closing date looms closer. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Stage Tube, Leslie Kritzer, Delia Deetz



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