The Woman in Black - Where Innocence Meets The Unexplainable

Reviewed by Judd Hollander (Originally scheduled to run through April 19th, The Woman in Black, as well as all other live performances at the McKittrick Hotel have been suspended until further notice due to the coronavirus pandemic.  Please check the McKittrick website - noted below - for updates.) Any good writer knows the true power of a ghost story comes not from what is written down, spoken aloud, or even presented for all to see; but rather from the ominous silences and pregnant pauses t...
Tags: London, Theatre, Broadway, Porter, Jerome, Jenny Anderson, Susan Hill, McKittrick Hotel, Judd Hollander, Anshuman Bhatia, Laura Stanczyk, HERFORD, Michael Holt, Carolyn Boyd, Ben Porter, McKittrick

VIDEO: Chino Hills Choir Covers 'Over the Rainbow' Over the Internet

The Chino Hills HS Chamber Singers records a cappella cover of Over the Rainbow in their separate homes [Author: Stage Tube]
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Photo Flash: ALADDIN Cast Member Gets Creative with Fantasy Photos of His Son!

Mark DiConzo, an cast member ofAladdin on Broadway, has found a truly adorable way to pass the time throughout the Covid-10 crisis. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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VIDEO: Watch Keala Settle in STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky

Stars in The House continues tonight 8pm with Keala Settle [Author: BWW News Desk]
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VIDEO: Watch Keala Settle in STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live Now!

Stars in The House continues tonight 8pm with Keala Settle [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, House, Seth Rudetsky, BWW News Desk, Keala Settle

The Muny Optimistic for 2020 Season to Go On As Scheduled

St. Louis' regional outdoor venue The Muny has released a statement regarding its upcoming summer season as the Covid-19 pandemic continues to take its toll on the arts. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Congressman Adam Schiff Calls For Government Aid for Entertainment Professionals

As the Covid-19 outbreak takes its toll on entertainment industries, among others, Congressman Adam Schiff is urging government officials to support legislation tosupport Broadway and other entertainment fields as they weather the fallout from this crisis. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Local 802 AFM Calls For Government Relief for Musicians Displaced by Covid-19

Local 802 AFM has issued a statement calling for government officials to provide assistance to musicians and other arts workers impacted by the limit on public gatherings during the COVID-19 outbreak [Author: BWW News Desk]
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VIDEO: Norbert Leo Butz Passes the Time Singing Springsteen

Topass the time in self-quarantine, Tony Award-winner has hit the piano to learn all his favorite Bruce Springsteen tunes [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Bruce Springsteen, Theatre, Springsteen, Norbert Leo Butz, BWW News Desk

VIDEO: Carolee Carmello Goes Behind the Scenes of the HELLO, DOLLY! Tour

The Hello, Dolly national tour may be over, but leading lady Carolee Carmello is still thinking back on her experience. Check out a series of behind the scenes video with Carolee below [Author: BWW News Desk]
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VIDEO: Joshua Henry Croons CAROUSEL for Fans on Social Media

Joshua Henry hit social media this week to croon the classicinspriational show tune, 'You'll Never Walk Alone' from Carousel. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Social Media, BWW News Desk, Joshua Henry, Joshua Henry Croons

VIDEO: On This Day, March 19- Sam Mendes' CABARET Revival Opens on Broadway!

On this day in 1998, Roundabout's Tony Award-winning revival of Kander and Ebb'sCabaretopened on Broadway starringAlan CummingandNatasha Richardson. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Sam Mendes, Richardson, Kander, BWW News Desk

Marie's Crisis Pianists Will Continue the Sing-A-Long Via Livestream

According to TimeOut NY, West Village dive Marie's Crisis has found a way to keep the music playing this spring. The piano bar, popular with the theatre crowd for its sing-a-long showtunes, is currently closed in accordance with NY law, but pianists will continue to play their regular sets and take requests through the Marie's Facebook group. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Broadway Brainteasers: MEAN GIRLS Queen Bee Crossword!

Feeling under the weather, need a breather from working at home, or just practicing responsible social distancing BroadwayWorld has your boredom solution [Author: Alexa Criscitiello]
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SCAD Hong Kong Will Close Permanently This Spring

SCAD (Savannah College of Art and Design) Hong Kong, which has been in operation since 2010, has a $4 million financial deficit due to low enrollment. The tuition fee of $38,440 per year for full-time undergraduate students is considered unfeasible for most local students, while students from mainland China who would be able to shoulder the financial cost of the institution often prefer to go abroad for their educations. The school only recruited eighty-eight students, or 40 percent of i...
Tags: Art, Hong Kong, China, Visual, SCAD Savannah College of Art, 03.17.20, SCAD Hong Kong

LA Times Listings Editor Watches Schedule Fall Apart

The listings I had spent the previous several days carefully crafting and curating had mostly crumbled before my eyes. – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Issues, LA Times, 03.18.20

Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks: The 2020 Edition

Back in 2014, this image won a contest on a subreddit devoted to Blender, "the amazing open-source software program for 3D modeling, animation, rendering and more." (You can download the free software here.) The image riffs, of course, on Edward Hopper's classic 1942 painting, "Nighthawks," taking its theme of loneliness to new extremes--extremes that we're just starting to get accustomed to now. Find lots of background information on the original "Nighthawks" painting in the Relateds below. W...
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Rare Copy Of Newton’s “Principia Mathematica” Found In Corsica

Newton published his findings on the laws of motion in the 1687 book Mathematical Principles of Natural Philosophy. Now, by sheer accident, a rare first-edition copy of this groundbreaking book was found in a library on the French island of Corsica. (Fun fact before we continue: Newton made his discovery while “socially distancing” himself during the Great Plague of London in 1665. He was a 20-something Trinity College student at the time.) – Hyperallergic
Tags: Art, London, Corsica, Words, Newton, Trinity College, 03.18.20

Broadway Rewind: PAL JOEY Returns to Broadway with Stockard Channing in 2008!

Pal Joey return to Broadway in 2008, almost seven decades after it originally premiered in 1940. This time, the beloved Rodgers and Hart musical starredChristian Hoff, Martha Plimpton and Stockard Channing. The Roundabout revival played 85 performances at Studio 54 and earned four Tony nominations that season. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Hart, Tony, Joey, Rodgers, Stockard Channing, BroadwayWorld TV, JOEY Returns, Hoff Martha Plimpton

Music Moves To Streaming Live – But First To Figure Out What Works

On an individual level, innumerable artists and bands have rearranged tours or scrapped them altogether. With streaming still offering low royalty rates for artists, most musicians rely on essential revenue from touring. So can a livestreamed show be a feasible replacement for the real thing? – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Music, 03.19.20

You Might Not Be Born With Talent, But You Can Learn Creativity

It’s tempting to ask if we can learn to be more creative. Creativity does have some genetic heritability: talent – mathematical, musical – runs in families. For example, the Dutch identical twins David Oyens and Pieter Oyens were both successful 19th-century painters. But, given that the human brain is plastic, constantly learning and changing, can we also learn to be creative, based on our experiences? – Aeon
Tags: Art, Ideas, 03.18.20, David Oyens, Pieter Oyens

Broadway Green Alliance Launches Virtual #GreenQuarantine Learning Sessions

The Broadway Green Alliance has announced the launch of a new virtual learning program in light of the COVID-19 pandemic that has shutdown Broadway and closed theatres across the country. The BGA will host weekly virtual sessions covering a wide range of green topics, hosted by members of the theatre and environmental community. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Broadway Green Alliance, BGA

Daniel Dae Kim Has Tested Positive For COVID-19

Daniel Dae Kim, most recently seen on Broadway as the King in the Barlett Sher revival of The King and I, took to Instagram to announce he has tested positive for COVID-19. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Daniel Dae Kim, BWW News Desk, Barlett Sher

BroadwayWorld Announces First Annual NYC College Senior Digital Showcase Database

BroadwayWorld is excited to announce the first annual Digital NYC College Senior Showcase [Author: Alan Henry]
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VIDEO: Watch Keala Settle in STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live at 8pm!

Stars in The House continues tonight 8pm with Keala Settle [Author: BWW News Desk]
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Mighty Powell’s Books Goes Down

“We have been forced to make the unthinkable decision to lay off the vast majority of you in the coming few days. Many people have spoken publicly demanding we pay our employees and extend health insurance for the duration. No one can possibly know how much I wish I could make that happen. We are simply not that kind of business – we run on duct tape and twine on a daily basis, every day trading funds from one pocket to patch the hole in another.” – Powell’s
Tags: Art, Words, Powell, 03.17.20

How much toilet paper do you REALLY need? Try this calculator

Here's a handy calculator to figure it out, so that you don't have to fill the entire pickup truck with it.
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How much toilet paper do you REALLY need?

Here's a handy calculator to figure it out, so that you don't have to fill the entire pickup truck with it.
Tags: Design, News

Is Simple Messaging the Key Memorable Presentations?

While knowing your material is certainly the first obstacle when preparing to deliver a compelling presentation, delivering the information in a way that will resonate with each audience member is its own challenge.  Understanding that not everyone in the room enters with the same information is key to relating your information in a digestible format. Figuring out a level playing ground to start from can seem daunting. Giving a pitch that is too elementary is sure to lose the interest of intelle...
Tags: Design, Storytelling, Tips, Content, Simplicity, Presentation, Minimal, Thought Leadership, Speaking, Memorable, Presentation Hacks, Presentation Design, Simple Messaging, Memorable Presentation, Digestible, High-level

Broadway From Home: 157 Musicals & Shows You Can Watch Online!

Looking for a way to pass the time while at home BroadwayWorld has made a list of musicals and shows that you can watch from the comfort of your couch Whether it's Netflix, Hulu, Disney or Prime Video, we have got you covered with all the must-watch titles [Author: Kaitlin Milligan]
Tags: Theatre, BroadwayWorld, Kaitlin Milligan, Netflix Hulu Disney

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