Timothy C. Amos, Zach Bloomfield, et al. Set for Factory's Dead Wrong
Full cast and creative team information has been announced for Factory Theater's production of Dead Wrong, written and directed by Manny Tamayo, to run June ...
Michael Corrente to Introduce, Participate in Q & A for A.R.T. Screening of American Buffalo Film
Michael Corrente, who directed the film version of David Mamet's American Buffalo, will introduce the film and participate in a post-screening Q & A at The Co
Scott Coulter, Christiane Noll, Kerry O'Malley Set for BTF's Broadway By the Year
Christiane Noll (© Joseph Marzullo/Retna) Broadway veterans Christiane Noll and Kerry O'Malley will star in the Berkshire Theatre Festival production of Bro
Barry Manilow to Appear in London's BBC Proms in the Park
Grammy Award winner Barry Manilow will perform at BBC Proms in the Park in London's Hyde Park on September 12. The event will be broadcast live on BBC Radio ...
London Kids Spotlight: June '09
By Tristan Fuge
This month, Open Air Theatre has reimagined Shakespeare's magical adventure, The Tempest (June 5-28), for everyone aged 6 and over. When the sorcerer Prospero conjures up a storm to shipwreck his enemies, he sets the scene for an enchanting tale of spells, monsters, revenge and romance.
Seattle Kids Spotlight: June '09
Children have a new production company to explore as Anything is Possible Theatre performs It's a Whatchamadoozie with a Whaddayacallit with a Thingamajigit on Top (June 5-21). Fearful, the Mayor declares a state of emergency and orders all of the children inside for the summer. It's up to Lucy Margaret and her plucky pals Cecil and Gracie to save the day by transforming fear into wonder and fiction into fact.
Synthia Saint James, Regina Taylor Set for Crowns Events
Regina Taylor (© Andrew Brucker) The Pasadena Playhouse will present two special events in conjunction with its production of Crowns. A co-production wit
Minneapolis/St. Paul Kids Spotlight: June '09
As we head into the summer months, let's hope there's no water shortage in St. Paul. Over at the Ordway Center for the Performing Arts, they're putting up a production of Singin' in the Rain (June 16 - 28) with real water on stage...500 gallons per performance according to director/choreographer James Rocco.