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VIDEO: Watch the Official Trailer For HAMILTON on Disney+

The official trailer has dropped for the upcoming Hamilton film, coming to Disney on July 3 [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Disney, Hamilton, BWW News Desk


RECAP: Amber Iman, Adrienne Warren, and Robb Nanus Talked About Broadway Advocacy Coalition on STARS IN THE HOUSE

Stars in the House continued Saturday night 8pm with Broadway Advocacy Coalition FoundersAdrienne Warren,Amber Imanjoined by Executive DirectorRobb Nanus. This episode was in support of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, House, NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, BWW News Desk, Iman Adrienne Warren


Op-Art: See the Sin

A sketch from an artist known for his critical articulations of blackness, abstraction and the avant-garde.
Tags: Art, News, Black People, Metropolitan Museum Of Art, Black Lives Matter Movement, Race and Ethnicity


VIDEO: Andrew Lloyd Webber Plays 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' in Honour of EVITA's 42nd Birthday

Andrew Lloyd Webber is celebrating the 42nd anniversary of the opening of Evita in London. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: London, Theatre, Argentina, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don, BWW News Desk


VIDEO: Andrew Lloyd Webber Plays 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' in Honor of EVITA's 42nd Birthday

Andrew Lloyd Webber is celebrating the 42nd anniversary of the opening of Evita in London. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: London, Theatre, Argentina, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Don, BWW News Desk


Betty Buckley Calls on Andrew Lloyd Webber to Take Legal Action Against the Trump Campaign For Using 'Memory' From CATS at Rallies

Betty Buckley is calling on Andrew Lloyd Webber tosend a cease and desist notice to the Trump campaign, as the song 'Memory' from Cats continues to be played at his rallies. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Andrew Lloyd Webber, Trump, Betty Buckley, BWW News Desk, Take Legal Action Against the Trump


VIDEO: Watch Lincoln Center's Full Production of ACT ONE, Starring Tony Shaloub, Andrea Martin, and Santino Fontana

Lincoln Center is currently streaming its 2014 production of Act One, as part of LincolnCenterAtHome. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Lincoln Center, Santino Fontana, BWW News Desk, Tony Shaloub Andrea Martin


VIDEO: Robert Lopez, Kristen Anderson-Lopez, and Their Kids Perform 'I Get Around'

Composerlyricist husband and wife duo, Robert Lopezand Kristen Anderson-Lopez, along with their kids, are keeping the music going in their house [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, Robert Lopezand Kristen Anderson Lopez, Robert Lopez Kristen Anderson Lopez


Writing In The Time Of Endless Pandemic Distraction

Our brains, working at home: “The kitchen is a mess. How can I concentrate when I know that two rooms over, the kitchen is a mess? The sink is filled with plates and glasses that couldn’t fit into the dishwasher the night before, so now we have a lag in the dishwashing. There is no end to the dishwashing. There is no tabula rasa. It doesn’t help that the pans all have special requirements, they need so much individualized care they might as well be hothouse orchids.” – LitHub
Tags: Art, Words, 06.19.20


Learning From A Vanished Mural Of Racial Violence

John Wilson’s student mural The Incident made such an impression on David Siquieros that the famous muralist and head of Mexico’s Department for the Protection and Restoration of Murals requested it be preserved. It was, for a few years. Now, “with each passing day, it gains newfound relevance and newfound pain — its act of reckoning is far from done.” – Hyperallergic
Tags: Art, Mexico, Visual, John Wilson, David Siquieros, 06.21.20


Broadway Rewind: Neil Patrick Harris Brings HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH to Broadway!

Today we rewind to 2014, when Neil Patrick Harris returned to Broadway with a Tony-winning performance in Hedwig and the Angry Inch. The musical, which features a book byJohn Cameron Mitchell and music byStephen Trask, played at the Belasco Theatre for 507 performances. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Neil Patrick Harris, Tony, Cameron Mitchell, Belasco Theatre, Trask, BroadwayWorld TV


Black Gallerists Press Forward Despite a Market That Holds Them Back

As Art Basel opens online, African-American galleries are glaringly absent.
Tags: Art, News, Karen, Basel, Martos Gallery, Race and Ethnicity, Art Basel (Festival, Jenkins-Johnson, Jenkins Johnson Gallery


Watch Jessie Mueller Live In Concert (At Home) Tonight

Hosted by beloved musical director and Sirius XM Star Seth Rudetsky, Jessie Mueller will headline a live concert tonight, June 21st at 8 PM ET. A replay of the concert will also be available to watch one time only at 3PM on June 22nd [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Sirius, Jessie Mueller, BWW News Desk, Seth Rudetsky Jessie Mueller


The Future Of Art: Human Scale

It doesn’t seem clear what will happen until there’s a vaccine, but perhaps – “Museums will reopen, and galleries can stop pretending their online viewing rooms are actual shows. Exhibitions may be fewer, run longer, borrow less from abroad. Collections will be swapped, tours will be wider, perhaps there will be more slow-looking shows like the Courtauld’s Manetin 2004, which concentrated so deeply on one pair of paintings.” – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Visual, 06.21.20


Sally Banes, Distinguished Dance Critic And Historian, 69

Banes’ writing “paired a vivid and inquisitive approach with a lack of agenda and a belief that dance was a crucial part of cultural history.” – The New York Times
Tags: Art, People, Banes, Sally Banes, 06.21.20


As Juniper Serra Statue Goes Down, Activists Want The Site To Tell A More Truthful History

For one thing, it’s really time to change the name of “Father Serra Park” in Los Angeles. But taking down the statues to the architect of the mission system, which brutalized thousands of Native adults and children, is a first step. And “organizers of the action (a loose group of unnamed artists and activists) say they see the toppling as a beginning, not an end.” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Los Angeles, Issues, Serra Park, 06.20.20


Gathering And Honoring – And Playing – The Music Of The Death Camps

Francesco and Grazia Lotoro have spent their lives collecting and cataloguing “symphonies, operas, scores and songs that were composed and performed under conditions so horrible one imagines that music would have lost its ability to encourage and to soothe.” Their project now: To raise money for a “citadel” that is “known formally as the Istituto di Letteratura Musicale Concentrazionaria [and] is to include a museum, a library and a theater, at a cost of roughly $45 million.” – The New York Tim...
Tags: Art, Music, Francesco, 06.21.20, Grazia Lotoro, Istituto di Letteratura Musicale Concentrazionaria


Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Author Of The Shadow Of The Wind, 55

Zafón, who had been dealing with colon cancer for two years, wrote The Shadow of the Wind after a visit to a book warehouse in Los Angeles. It became the second-best-selling Spanish book of all time … second only to Don Quixote. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Los Angeles, People, Don Quixote, Carlos Ruiz Zafon, Zafon, 06.20.20


Broadway Books: 10 Books on Black Theatre - Monologues, Plays, History, and More!

We've rounded up 10 books about Black theatre to read and educate yourself while in quarantine. [Author: BWW Special]
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The First Black British Author To Reach Number One On The Bestseller Lists Says It’s All Too Bittersweet

Reni Eddo-Lodge’s Why I’m No Longer Talking to White People About Race was a sensation when she first published it, but it took a lot of police brutality for her book to top the lists. She notes, “To know there was a surge of people searching out anti-racism books after seeing what was essentially a film of somebody being murdered, I can’t uncouple those two things.” – The Observer (UK)
Tags: Art, Words, Reni Eddo Lodge, White People About Race, 06.21.20


The Music Of The Revolutions

Music that unites protestors is not new, and it wasn’t new in the 1960s either. “Music at protests reminds dissenters of their humanity, even when the powers-that-be attempt to strip away their personhood. It gives strength. It takes the mind away from a place of fear and pain, and focuses the body to resist. And at times, the music is the only way the message can be shared.” – OPB (Portland)
Tags: Art, Music, 06.20.20


A Nigerian Scholar Calls For A Halt To The Sale Of Sacred Igbo Art

Chika Okeke-Agulu, professor of art history at Princeton, says that the sale of the two alusi would “perpetuate the violence” of the 1960s civil war, when the sculptures were “removed” from the Igbo areas of Nigeria that tried to create the state of Biafra. – The Guardian (UK)
Tags: Art, Nigeria, Princeton, Visual, Chika Okeke Agulu, 06.21.20


It Took Richard Pryor To Change How Comedy Sees The Police

Comedy culture before Pryor, that is, white comedy culture, depicted copys “as clownish bullies, and their violence, divorced from any racial context, played as a kind of shtick. When they swung their clubs, you never really felt the blow.” Then Pryor came along. – The New York Times
Tags: Art, Theatre, Richard Pryor, Pryor, 06.17.20


Some California Museums Are, Cautiously, Reopening

But the smaller museums may not be interested in risking everything. The Underground Museum, “in L.A.’s Arlington Heights neighborhood, sounded a voice of caution about a pandemic that has hit Black and Latino populations disproportionately hard: ‘We are prioritizing the care of our community over calls to restart our economy. … Please stay safe, and if you can, stay home.'” – Los Angeles Times
Tags: Art, Visual, Arlington Heights, 06.20.20, California Museums Are Cautiously Reopening


Bette Midler, Laura Linney, Alex Newell, Katharine McPhee, and More Set For AIDS Walk: Live From Home

AIDS Walk New York and AIDS Walk San Francisco are coming together for the first time to present aoeAIDS Walk Live From Home.' [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, San Francisco, BWW News Desk


VIDEO: Sarah Brightman Releases Father's Day Video Featuring Fans' Photos and Stories

Fans of Sarah Brightman submitted photos and memories of their fathers in honor of Father's Day today. The stories were compiled into a video, set to Brightman's song 'You' from her album, Hymn. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Sarah Brightman, Brightman, BWW News Desk


Video Flashback: 'Undress Rehearsal' From Broadway Bares: Top Bottoms of Burlesque

Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS has released a flashback video of'Undress Rehearsal' from Broadway Bares Top Bottoms of Burlesque. [Author: Stage Tube]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Stage Tube, Broadway CaresEquity, Broadway Bares Top Bottoms of Burlesque


Walt Disney World Reveals List of Attractions, Entertainment, and Shops That Will Be Available Upon Reopening

Walt Disney World has announced what attractions, entertainment, and shopping experiences will be available when the theme parks begin to reopen. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Walt Disney World, BWW News Desk


Ansel Elgort Denies Sexual Assault Allegations

Ansel Elgort has posted a statement denying the sexual assault allegations made against him. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Ansel Elgort, Theatre, BWW News Desk


VIDEO: EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE, KINKY BOOTS, MATILDA, and More Perform at Virtual West End Live

The second highlights programme features performances from Tina, Everybody's Talking About Jamie, Strictly Ballroom, Only Fools and Horses, Kinky Boots, The Phantom of the Opera, Matilda, School of Rock, The Barricade Boys, Mamma Mia, Dreamgirls, and Waitress. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Jamie, BWW News Desk



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