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Women's Month 2020: Which Broadway Characters and Leading Ladies Inspire You?

We're asking our readers which Broadway characters, icons, leading ladies, trailblazers inspire them the most [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk


As Festivals Cancel, A Looming Insurance Crisis

The aphorism is that if America sneezes, the rest of the world catches a cold; if Ultra and SXSW cause a domino effect, and music festivals in the UK and Europe are shut down, the economic impact could be enormous. Worse still, most festivals will not have the correct insurance to cover their expenditure and projected losses if the government or local councils order them to cancel. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Europe, UK, America, Issues, Sxsw, 03.08.20


Industry: Broadway Attendance Holds Steady Amid COVID-19 Uncertainty

With much uncertainty amid the Coronavirus COVID-19 outbreak, there's been much chatter about attending crowded public spaces of late, especially the theatre. [Author: Alan Henry]
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BWW Social: Go Inside Women's Day on Broadway 2020!

We'll be spending the day at the Women's Day on Broadway event at the New Amsterdam Theatre Follow along with all of the fun on our Instagram story. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, New Amsterdam Theatre Follow


What's Playing on Broadway: March 9-15, 2020

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for March 9-15, 2020. [Author: BWW Special]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW Special


INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 3/9

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS Read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 382020. [Author: BWW Special]
Tags: Theatre, BroadwayWorld, BWW Special


Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 3/8/20

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 382020. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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WICKED is Holding an Open Casting Call, Seeking Fiyero and Fiyero Understudies for Broadway and National Tour

Wicked is seeking future Fiyero and Fiyero understudies for Broadway and the National Tour. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Fiyero, BWW News Desk, Fiyero Understudies


Debut of the Month: Meet Ezra Menas of JAGGED LITTLE PILL!

On December 5, 2019, Broadway officially got a little bit more ironic, when Jagged Little Pill opened at the Broadhurst Theatre. Based on the beloved Alanis Morisette album of the same name, the arrival of Jagged Little Pill also marked the debuts of nine young performers. One of them was Ezra Menas. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Jagged Little Pill, BWW News Desk, Ezra Menas, Broadhurst Theatre Based


Cheyenne Jackson to Host a DESCENDANTS Remix Dance Party on Disney Channel

'Descendants' fans can look forward to rocking out to the 'Descendants Remix Dance Party A Disney Channel Music Event,' a celebration of 'Descendants' music, premiering FRIDAY, MARCH 20 730 p.m. EDTPDT, on Disney Channel. Hosted by Cheyenne Jackson as Hades from 'Descendants 3,' the half-hour high-energy immersive dance party will feature upbeat musical performances of reimagined hits from the hugely popular 'Descendants' movies by multitalented Disney Channel stars. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Disney Channel, Cheyenne Jackson, TV News Desk, Descendants Remix Dance Party, Disney Channel Music Event, Disney Channel Hosted


VIDEO: Meet HAMILTON's George Washington, Tamar Greene!

There is a new founding father on Broadway Watch below asKelly Wairimu Davis sits down with Tamar Greene to chat about his newrole in Broadway's mega-hit, Hamilton. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Hamilton, Stage Tube, Broadway Watch, George Washington Tamar Greene, Wairimu Davis, Tamar Greene


Americans Are Still Going To The Movies

North American audiences are not staying away from theaters amid virus concerns, according to the weekend’s box office numbers. Disney and Pixar’s “Onward” topped the charts as expected and the Ben Affleck basketball drama “The Way Back” also opened normally. – Washington Post
Tags: Art, Media, Ben Affleck, Disney, Pixar, Audience, 03.07.20


Bode and Microsoft’s AI-Powered Archive of Quilted Textiles

Dubbed the "Bode Vault," this system catalogs the finer details of an ever-growing collection Emily Adams Bode‘s process favors the analog; sketching details passed along by collectors and artisans, repurposing vintage quilting textiles, enlisting skilled craftsman to replicate one-of-a-kind pieces and more instead of mass-producing her ideas. Her garments—released under her eponymous luxury brand, Bode—have won her the 2019 CFDA Award for Emerging Designer of …
Tags: Fashion, Design, Style, Microsoft, Clothing, Tech, Designers, Luxury, Ai, Image Recognition, Menswear, Vintage, Quilting, Quilts, Bode, Emily Adams


Max von Sydow, 90

Widely hailed as one of the finest actors of his generation, Mr. von Sydow became an elder pop culture star in his later years, appearing in a “Star Wars” movie in 2015 as well as in the sixth season of the HBO fantasy-adventure series “Game of Thrones.”He even lent his deep, rich voice to “The Simpsons.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Hbo, People, Max Von Sydow, 03.09.20, Mr von Sydow


Get $39 Tickets to PLAZA SUITE on Broadway with TodayTix!

Real-life husband and wife Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker are back onstage together for the first time onstage in 20 years with Neil Simon's 'Plaza Suite,' and we've got exclusive 39 tickets to see the show in New York. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Broadway, Sarah Jessica Parker, Neil Simon, Matthew Broderick, BWW News Desk


Learning Music Isn’t Such A Pleasure For Some

While learning an instrument is all of that and more for some people, music lessons can also be the locus of a very particular set of traumas, from the indignity of being forced to practise the piano with teacups on your hands to the paralysing performance anxiety that might surge forth at a dreaded recital. – Aeon
Tags: Art, Music, 02.27.20


How to Get $35 Rush Tickets to MRS. DOUBTFIRE with TodayTix!

Hello poppets The beloved family film starring Robin Williams is now a big Broadway musical, and we've got your exclusive access to 35 Rush tickets to the show. Bonus You can purchase up to four that's right Rush tickets, so get ready to bring the whole family to this musical comedy. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Robin Williams, Theatre, BWW News Desk, Mrs Doubtfire


1971 Airstream gets glossy modern makeover, off-grid power

Although we’ve covered some gorgeous Airstream renovations over the years, there’s always one project that really blows our design-loving minds. This beautiful retrofit of a 1971 Airstream by Idaho-based Traverse Design + Build is simply incredible. Once covered with a rusted out exterior and filled with a dingy avocado-green interior, the 27-foot trailer is now a gleaming contemporary home-on-wheels that can run completely off-grid. Though the team behind Traverse Design + Build had quite a f...
Tags: Design, Idaho, Ikea, Airstream, Tiffany, Rathbun, Rathburn, Traverse Design Build, Airstream Overland International, Jodi Rathbun


How Those Flocks Of Starlings Know Where To Fly

In the mid 1960s, researchers found that murmurating birds, particularly starlings, interact—not always, but often—with six or seven of their closest neighbors, who interact with six or seven of their closest neighbors. In recent years, studies posit that a network with seven neighbors optimizes the trade-off between “group cohesion and individual effort.” One theory among researchers, in the context of predation, is that starlings are “managing uncertainty while maintaining consensus.” –...
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.05.20


Stand-Up Guy

I am certain Beethoven was a funny guy. The evidence, the jokes are all over the music. – Bruce Brubaker
Tags: Art, Beethoven, Ajblogs, 03.09.20


Traditional University Degrees No Longer Cut It. Lifelong Learning Needs A Rethink

Recent advances in computational methods and data science push us into rethinking science and engineering. Computers increasingly become principal actors in leveraging data to formulate questions, which requires radically new ways of reasoning. Therefore, a new discipline blending computer science, programming, statistics and machine learning should be added to the traditional foundational topics of mathematics and physics. These three pillars would allow you to keep learning complex te...
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.06.20


Parenting From The Wings: Celebrating Broadway's Women and Empowering Girls with Honesty

Parenting a girl who wants to make a living on stage requires a balance of moral support and difficult truths. [Author: Kay Alexandra]
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Cecily Strong, Richard Kind, Seth Rudetsky and More Join Inaugural Taping Of THE 24 HOUR PLAYS: LIVE PODCAST!

The 24 Hour Plays announced the first round ofcreatives who will participate in the first-ever taping of The 24 Hour Plays Live Podcast At The Greene Space at WNYC on Monday, March 16th at 800 PM. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Greene Space, WNYC, BWW News Desk, Richard Kind Seth Rudetsky


Desi Oakley, Kara Lindsay, Tiffany Mann and More to Star in New Musical THE VALLEY in Concert at The Green Room 42

An all-Broadway cast will present new musical The Valley in concert starring Desi Oakley Waitress, Chicago, Les Misrables, Wicked, Kara Lindsay Wicked, Newsies, Beautiful, Tiffany Mann Be More Chill, Waitress, Kevin Massey Tarzan, Memphis, A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder, Brittney Johnson Wicked, Les Misrables, Jelani Remy Ain't Too Proud, The Lion King, and Devin Ilaw Miss Saigon, Les Misrables. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Kevin Massey, Desi Oakley Kara Lindsay Tiffany Mann, Devin Ilaw Miss Saigon Les Misrables


Interview: GMC’s Michael Stapleton on All-New 2021 Yukon’s Interior

The brand's Director of Design for Interiors explains the vehicle's overhaul While GMC’s Denali line (which originally appeared as a trim level for the full-size Yukon SUV) has taken on a life of its own over the past  20 years and now enjoys status as a successful luxury sub-brand, the knock against them is that they haven’t quite delivered a premium-level interior. With that in …
Tags: Design, Interview, Interviews, Cars, Automotive, Gm, Interiors, Trucks, SUVs, Interior Design, Yukon, Gmc, Denali, Michael Stapleton, 2021 Yukon


Playtronica’s MIDI Turns Vegetables Into Instruments

Berlin-based creative studio Playtronica unveils its newest innovation, a MIDI device that turns “organic materials and mostly anything that has water inside” into instruments. That means tapping onto the skins of fruits, vegetables and even body parts will produce different notes and samples can be swapped in for the standard sounds, too. The kit can be used with up to 16 objects (attached using included …
Tags: Music, Design, Berlin, Tech, Vegetables, Fruits, Instruments, Midi, Linkaboutit, Controllers, Sampling, Playtronica


Clean Lakes Alliance provides Madison with year-round lake fun

On a chilly February day in Madison, Wisconsin, more than 8,000 people venture onto frozen Lake Mendota. Kids toast marshmallows and warm their hands over fires; people try curling, they skate, they slide, they fall on their butts — they have a great time. Kites brighten up the frozen landscape. Skydivers jump from planes and land on the lake’s glossy surface. This is the annual Frozen Assets Festival, a citywide party and a fundraiser for Clean Lakes Alliance. “The neat thing about Madison is ...
Tags: Design, Interviews, Environment, America, Conservation, Wisconsin, Madison, Water Quality, Lake, Water Issues, University Of Wisconsin, Dane County, Madison Wisconsin, Tye, Lincoln Nebraska, Mendota


How Academe’s Adjunct Addiction Changed Education

“The halls of academe are known to be hospitable to people with radical views on power relationships between capital and labor, but colleges themselves are often merciless actors in the labor market. Many adjuncts earn only a few thousand dollars per course, with no health insurance or retirement benefits. Twenty-five percent of part-time faculty receive some form of public assistance. Some adjunct postings don’t require doctorates.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Issues, Academe, 03.06.20


Julian Schnabel and Laurie Anderson in Conversation for Art News

The Art News has a piece this week featuring Julian Schnabel and Laurie Anderson in conversation about their early days in New York, their work, and Lou Reed. “He had insight into all sorts of things, and he had a lot of heart,” Schnabel says. “Berlin, the record he made in 1973, was one of my favorite […]
Tags: Art, New York, News, Berlin, Lou Reed, Art News, Minipost, Laurie Anderson, Julian Schnabel, Schnabel


A STRANGE LOOP Announces D.C. Run And Broadway Ambitions

Woolly Mammoth Theatre has announced it will launch its41st Season with the 'pre-Broadway' production of Michael R. Jackson's hit musical, A STRANGE LOOP, directed by Stephen Brackett, choreographed by Raja Feather Kelly, and music directed by Rona Siddiqui. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Raja Feather Kelly, Stephen Brackett, BWW News Desk, Michael R Jackson, Rona Siddiqui



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