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The Theatre Podcast With Alan Seales Welcomes THE INHERITANCE Star Samuel H. Levine

The Theatre Podcastwith Alan Seales welcomes Samuel H. Levine of Broadway's The Inheritance. This Brooklyn, NY native is making his Broadway debut at 24, playing two different characters. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Brooklyn NY, BWW News Desk, Alan Seales, Samuel H Levine, Podcastwith Alan Seales


Photo Coverage: RIVERDANCE 25th ANNIVERSARY TOUR CAST Meets The Press

The RIVERDANCE 25TH ANNIVERSRY SHOW opens tonight, March 10, at Radio City Music Hall, as part of a 45-city North American Tour. [Author: Genevieve Rafter Keddy]
Tags: Theatre, Radio City Music Hall, Genevieve Rafter Keddy


Broadway Veteran Merwin Foard Passes Away at 59

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that Broadway veteran Merwin Foard has passed away. He was 59 years old. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Merwin Foard


COME FROM AWAY Postpones Chinese Tour Amid COVID-19 Outbreak

A Chinese touringproduction of the global success,Come From Away,has been postponed amid the COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk


Tony Winner Steve Kazee and Jenna Dewan Welcome Baby Boy

Tony winner Steve Kazee and Jenna Dewan, who just celebrated their engagement earlier this year,have announced the birth of their son, Callum Michael Rebel Kazee. The babyis Dewan's second child and Kazee's first. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Jenna Dewan, Tony, Dewan, BWW News Desk, Steve Kazee, Kazee, Callum Michael Rebel Kazee


Industry: Equity Releases Updated Audition Guidance for Coronavirus; EPA Sign Up Strike Policy

Actors' Equity Association has released updated guidelines for auditions as a result of the Coronavirus outbreak, including suspending of the strike policy for missed auditions through April 15th. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Epa, BWW News Desk, Actors Equity Association


Iconic Sydney Opera House Closes For Two Years

As the building approaches its 50th birthday, in 2023, the interventions are necessary. While its architect, Jorn Utzon, is now widely recognized as a visionary and his creation is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, the hall’s construction was troubled, and certain problems have never been solved. Years of testing have produced a new plan for the concert hall’s acoustics — as well as for more basic matters. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Music, Sydney, Jorn Utzon, 03.10.20


Nationalist Governments Are Targeting Museums To Change Their Narratives

In Poland and other countries ruled by nationalist governments, far-right political parties are increasingly attempting to twist history to fit into their own narratives. And they’re going after cultural and educational institutions to do it. When the past doesn’t fit these governments’ political purposes, it has no place being remembered.  – HuffPost
Tags: Art, Poland, Visual, 03.09.20


The Artistic Loss Of COVID – San Francisco Ballet Closes After A Single Performance

“Alas, few of us were fortunate enough to witness this production. Friday night, the Ballet announced that all further performances of this “Midsummer” run have been canceled because city officials ordered that the Opera House and other venues be closed as a precaution amid the coronavirus crisis. If I do get the virus (not to suggest there were suspicions of contagion at Friday’s engagement), I’d almost say the performance I saw would be worth it.” – San Francisco Chronicle
Tags: Art, San Francisco, Dance, Opera House, 03.09.20


ROMY & MICHELE Will Get NYC Workshop with Plans to Move Off-Broadway in Fall 2020

BroadwayWorld has just learned that Romy and Michele, previously titled Romy and Michele's High School Reunion, will get a workshop next week, starringCortney Wolfson Romy, Stephanie Renee Wall Michele, Jordan Kai Burnett Heather Mooney, and Hannah Schuerman Toby Walters. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BroadwayWorld, Michele, Romy, BWW News Desk, NYC Workshop, MICHELE Will Get, Hannah Schuerman Toby Walters


VIDEO: See Kate Baldwin & Brian Stokes Mitchell Rehearsing 'Here I'll Stay' From LOVE LIFE

Rehearsals are underway for the New York City Center production of Love Life starring Kate Baldwin, Brian Stokes Mitchell, John Edwards, Sara Jean Ford, Isabella Houston, Owen Tabaka and Clarke Thorell.See a video of Kate Baldwin Brian Stokes Mitchell [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kate Baldwin, New York City Center, Stage Tube, Clarke Thorell, Kate Baldwin Brian Stokes Mitchell


BWW TV: Watch Brian Stokes Mitchell, Kate Baldwin & More Give Sneak Peek of Encores! LOVE LIFE

Next up at New York City CenterEncores isLove Life, which runsfor seven performances at New York City Center from March 18 - 22. Watch as the cast gives a very special sneak peek of 'Economics' and 'I Remember It Well' and tells us even more about what to expect from the show [Author: TV - Press Previews]
Tags: New York City, Theatre, New York City Center, TV - Press Previews, Brian Stokes Mitchell Kate Baldwin


Headphones For High-Quality Listening Experiences

Five over-the-ear options for brilliant sound while on the move With more and more listeners adopting over-ear headphones for a more critical listening experience that earbuds generally don’t provide, the industry keeps innovating and evolving their already countless options. For many, wireless headphones are still viewed with suspicion, as being plugged in means there are fewer instances that might compromise performance. But many headphones provide …
Tags: Music, Design, Speakers, Tech, Headphones, Bluetooth Headphones, Earphones, Hi-fi, High Fidelity


France’s Culture Minister Falls To Coronavirus

The culture minister was supposed to meet Tuesday with representatives from the cinema and performing arts industries to assess the impact of new measures taken to counter the Covid-19 epidemic, following Sunday’s decision to ban any public gathering of more than 1,000 people. In France, more than 300 concert halls and theaters, including the Opera House, the new Philharmonie de Paris or Le Zénith indoor arena, have 1,000-plus seats. The Salon du Livre, France’s annual showcase eve...
Tags: Art, France, People, Opera House, Philharmonie De Paris, 03.10.20, Livre France


Conductor And Composer Anton Coppola, 102

“[He] appeared in the children’s chorus for the 1926 American premiere of Puccini’s uncompleted Turandot, conducted his own ending to the work some nine decades later, and in between had one of the longest careers as a maestro in modern times” — including founding a company (Opera Tampa) and conducting the premieres of several noted American operas, among them his own Sacco and Vanzetti. (And yes, he is part of the moviemaking family.) – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Puccini, Sacco, Vanzetti, Opera Tampa, Anton Coppola, 03.09.20


A clean-energy school in southern France draws power from the sun

The French city of Nîmes recently welcomed the Ada Lovelace Secondary School, Occitania’s first-ever clean-energy school that’s earned both BEPOS energy level certification and a sustainability rating of Silver-level BDM (Bâtiments Durables Méditerranéens). Opened in the fall of last year, the eco-friendly school is the work of French design firm A+ Architecture. In addition to its energy-saving and -producing features, the Ada Lovelace Secondary School features a bold and contemporary design to...
Tags: Design, France, Nimes, Ada Lovelace Secondary School Occitania, BDM Bâtiments Durables Méditerranéens Opened, Ada Lovelace Secondary School, Mas de Mingue, Benoit Wehrle


A Takeover, And A Crisis, At France’s Best-Known Journal Of Filmmaking

Cahiers du Cinéma, which launched the French New Wave and gave the world the concept of the auteur, was purchased last month by a consortium that includes some of France’s top movie producers. The new owners, hoping to make the studious, and studiously independent, Cahiers more “chic” and “central,” want to invite directors to write for it and to launch a partnership with the Cannes Festival. The entire editorial staff has resigned. – The New Yorker
Tags: Art, Media, France, 03.06.20


Tate Museums Pledge To Cut Resource Use, Cut Carbon

Tate—a network of four museums including Tate Modern, which ranked as Britain’s top tourist attraction, with 5.9 million visitors in 2018—announced it would cut its carbon footprint by at least 10 percent by 2023. “Large public buildings, attracting millions of visitors from the U.K. and overseas, require energy,” reads a declaration issued in July, which saw the highest-ever temperature recorded in the U.K. and record-setting heat across Europe. “We see caring for and sharing a nationa...
Tags: Art, Europe, Britain, Visual, Tate, 03.10.20


UK Government Blasted Over Withdrawal Plans from Creative Europe

The UK government is under fire for attempting to withdraw from the European-Union-funded Creative Europe project, depriving the nation of millions in EU funds for the arts.  “By ending our participation, the UK government is erecting barriers to continued cultural exchange. Moreover, this decision makes no financial sense.” an open letter reads. “It is well […]
Tags: Art, Europe, UK, News, Eu, European Union, Art News, Minipost


92Y to Present Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit and Danny Burstein in Conversation About MOULIN ROUGE!

92Y has announced Karen Olivo, Aaron Tveit, and Danny Burstein-stars of the Broadway smash Moulin Rouge The Musical-for a behind-the-scenes look at the show. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Danny Burstein, BWW News Desk, Karen Olivo Aaron Tveit


BWW Interview: Griffin Osborne Talks DRIFT at New World Stages

Griffin Osborne is currently starring as Vinny in the world Premiere of the Off-Broadway play Drift at New World Stages. Drift is a new American drama written by William Francis Hoffman, directed by Academy Award winner Bobby Moresco and starring Emmy Award winner Joe Pantoliano. [Author: Chloe Rabinowitz]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Vinny, Joe Pantoliano, Bobby Moresco, Chloe Rabinowitz, Griffin Osborne, William Francis Hoffman


Luce App Tracks the Fine Details of Film Photography

Digital images today are captured with an EXIF meta data layer that stores pertinent facts about the shot so that photographers can study, report and refine their technique. Analog photography (somewhat by definition) remains largely under-serviced by this kind of high-tech service. Luce, an upstart iOS app—from developers Don Chia and his partner, Diego—offers a centralized space for analog photographers to log image data while …
Tags: Ios, Apps, Photography, Design, Film photography, Tech, Exif, Linkaboutit, Analog Photography, Diego, Luce, Film Cameras, Fine Details of Film Photography, Don Chia


French Culture Minister Franck Riester Tests Positive for Coronavirus

French Culture Minister Franck Riester has tested positive for coronavirus, shortly after visiting parliament where several ministers had fell ill.  Read more at Art Newspaper  
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Franck Riester


New York – Christopher Williams: ‘Footwear (Adapted for Use)’ at David Zwirner Through April 18th, 2020

Christopher Williams, Footwear (Adapted for Use) (Installation View), via David Zwirner This spring, Christopher Williams presents his ninth solo show with David Zwirner gallery, entitled Footwear (Adapted for Use). The new body of work reflects the artist’s continued interest in how meaning and information are structured through the processes of staging and adaptation. The exhibition […]
Tags: Art, New York, Show, Art News, Featured Post, Christopher Williams, David Zwirner


VIDEO: David Tennant & Cush Jumbo Star in the Trailer for Acorn TV's DEADWATER FELL

In the latest of intense, acclaimed mystery dramas from Acorn TV, BAFTA and NTA award-winning actorDavid TennantBroadchurch, Doctor Who, Good Omens and award-winning actressCush JumboThe Good Fight, The Good Wife, Vera lead a stellar ensemble cast in the darkly gripping British seriesDeadwater Fell, to premiere exclusively in North America on Acorn TV on Monday, April 6, with a weekly rollout every Monday through April 27. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, David Tennant, North America, NTA, ACORN, Stage Tube, Acorn TV, Cush Jumbo Star, Acorn TV BAFTA


VIDEO: Hear Leslie Odom Jr., Josh Gad, Kristen Bell & More in the Trailer for Animated Musical Series CENTRAL PARK

Apple TV has released the first trailer for its upoming animcated musical comedy series Central Park, which follows the Tillermans, a family that lives in, and are the caretakers of,Central Park. It will feature the voices ofJosh Gad,Leslie Odom, Jr.,Kristen Bell,Kathryn Hahn,Tituss Burgess,Daveed DiggsandStanley Tucci. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Apple TV, Central Park, Stage Tube, Leslie Odom Jr Josh Gad Kristen Bell


Our Devices Are Getting Smarter – But That Also Makes Them Obsolete Sooner

In the span of a single decade, we basically let a computer-centric mindset around planned obsolescence threaten to ruin the long-term usability of entire categories of products unnecessarily. – Vice
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.09.20


Raphael Show in Rome Shuttered Over Coronavirus

A major Raphael exhibition at the Scuderie del Quirinale has been closed as a result of coronavirus quarantines.  Museums around the country are also closed as a result of the disease.  Read more at Art News
Tags: Art, News, Rome, Raphael, Art News, Minipost, Raphael Show, Scuderie del Quirinale


TED2020 Postponed Until July

Amidst concern over the spread of COVID-19, numerous festivals, conferences and more have been postponed, moved to streaming models of attendance, or canceled entirely. Initially scheduled for 20-24 April, TED2020 is one of those events. Rather than simply make the decision in-house, TED polled registered attendees to find whether or not they wished to keep the scheduled April dates and livestream panels and talks or …
Tags: Design, Ted, Culture, Festivals, Vancouver, Meetings, Conferences, Talks, Linkaboutit, Tedtalks, Coronavirus, COVID-19, TED2020


Researchers convert durian and jackfruit biowaste into ultracapacitors

Durian fruit is notable for its funky stench, making it a rather malodorous waste when it is discarded. But a new study from Australia’s University of Sydney, published in the Journal of Energy Storage, focused on recycling durian waste into an affordable, sustainable source of energy storage to counteract global warming. How? The researchers have discovered a way to create ultracapacitors from durian and its related jackfruit cousin. Who knew that putrid-smelling biowaste could pack an electric...
Tags: Design, Australia, University of Sydney, Gomes, Journal of Energy Storage, Vincent Gomes



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