Tuesday, December 6, 2016

How To Make It Easier For You To Bring Your Team Together by Admin

One of the challenges studio owners can face is bringing the entire team together. Everyone is busy, they may have other plans. It tears your hair out trying to just get everyone together.…

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Special Interview: High Hair and High Hopes- Kristin Chenoweth and Bob Greenblatt Talk HAIRSPRAY LIVE! by Alexa Criscitiello

After three smash years of live musicals which included visits to the lush hillsides of Austria, a technicolor adventure in Neverland, and a wildly wonderful visit to the land of Oz, NBC Cha…

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I Interview Playwrights Part 896: Cat Crowley by Adam Szymkowicz

Cat Crowley Hometown: San Diego, CA Current Town: Brooklyn, NY Q:  Tell me about your upcoming reading with FGP. A:  For the better part of 2016 I've been working on my new pla…

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Monday, December 5, 2016

WEN’s Classic Cleansing Conditioners Add Special Edition Scents Like Pink Jasmine Peony by Rino16

WEN By Chaz is a brand that speaks volumes about modern hair care, and its creator has always been at the forefront of beautiful hair. Chaz Dean is not only a famous Hollywood stylist with a…

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The Portal – Crashing Through Doors to Revelation by Sandi Durell

    By Marcina Zaccaria   In the desert, sweating and praying for the divine, we find unmistakable shamanistic glory in The Portal.   Offering tribal music, it’s not Ha…

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Saturday, December 3, 2016

Theatre Review: ‘The Zero Hour’ at Iron Crow Theatre by Steve Charing

  “Imagine having to take the 7 train to the ballpark, looking like you’re riding through Beirut next to some kid with purple hair next to some queer with AIDS right next to some du…

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Friday, December 2, 2016

The Snaw Queen review – a psychedelic sugar binge by Mark Fisher

Tron, GlasgowAnything goes, especially Hans Christian Andersen’s original story, in Johnny McKnight’s hyperactive festive rompIf you’re looking to buy some red glitter in central Glasg…

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Frank Finlay obituary by Michael Coveney

Stage and screen actor admired for his many classical theatrical roles who played the obsessed father in the 1970s TV drama Bouquet of Barbed WireAs an actor, there was something sinister an…

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Tuesday, November 29, 2016

Becoming Truman Capote At Dramaworks: Rob Donohoe Transforms Himself Inside & Out by Bill Hirschman

Sitting at a table in Palm Beach Dramawork’s rehearsal hall, Rob Donohoe doesn’t look or sound a thing like Truman Capote. He’s taller, his hair is brown and full and his voice is a wa…

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Monday, November 28, 2016

Exclusive! Will Swenson to Lead Developmental Reading of Brave New World: The Musical by Broadway.com

Broadway.com can exclusively reveal that Tony nominee Will Swenson (Hair) and Tony Winner Beth Leavel (The Drowsy Chaperone) will lead a private developmental reading of Brave New World: The…

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Friday, November 25, 2016

Spotlight On...Gina Doherty by Michael Block

Name: Gina DohertyHometown: North Easton, MAEducation: Skidmore College, British American Drama Academy, Shakespeare and CompanyFavorite Credits: As an actor: Titania at Saratoga Shakespeare…

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BWW Exclusive: Broadway Hair Designers Sound Off About What They Do and How They Do It! by Cara Joy David

A show is a product of design-from the lights that you see to the sound that surrounds you to the hair on top of the actors' heads. Hair and wig designers help define characters, though thei…

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Tuesday, November 22, 2016

Hair review – a bright new dawn for the age of Aquarius by Lyn Gardner

Hope Mill, Manchester For all the failings of the hippy dippy 60s musical, this is an irresistibly sunny revival – and not without contemporary resonanceI was too young for Hair the first …

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Sunday, November 20, 2016

Dead Poets Society - A Moving Experience by Noreply@blogger.com (judd Hollander)

Reviewed by JUDD HOLLANDERIt's a tough job to transfer an acclaimed movie to the stage, but playwright Tom Schulman gets it right with the stage version of Dead Poets Society, based on his 1…

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Thursday, November 17, 2016

STAGE TUBE: NYC Theatre and Cabaret Communities Send Message of Hope with 'Let the Sunshine In' by Stage Tube

In response to the recent events in the United States and all the anger, hostility, and fear that has accompanied them, over 40 performers from the New York Theatre and Cabaret communities c…

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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

Hair review at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester – ‘a natural high’ by Mark Shenton

In Hair, one of the principal characters, Claude Bukowski, is greatly enamoured of “Manchester, England, England/ Across the Atlantic Sea”, and completes

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Exclusive Podcast: Half Hour Call w/ Chris King Welcomes Broadway Makeup Artist Rob Harmon by Half Hour Call With Chris King

Today's guest has been an actor, model, musician, makeup artist, entrepreneur and is currently working in the hair department for WICKED on Broadway.

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Spotlight On...Andrew Orsie by Michael Block

Name: Andrew OrsieHometown: Summit Point, WVEducation: BA in Theatre from Juniata CollegeSelect Credits: The Imbible: Rum Drinks… and Pirates! (Tenor), The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelli…

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Tuesday, November 15, 2016

When You're Good to Mama! Six Chicago Mamas Celebrate the Musical's 20th Broadway Anniversary by Beth Stevens

Chicago celebrated its 20th anniversary on November 14, and we marked the occasion with six performers who have taken on the role of Matron "Mama" Morton. Photographer Jeremy Danie…

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Monday, November 14, 2016

School of Rock review – Andrew Lloyd Webber's most exuberant show in years by Michael Billington

New London TheatreWhen Lloyd Webber and Julian Fellowes let down their hair, the results are hardly anti-establishment. But the kids are genuinely talented and this is good-natured entertain…

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Sunday, November 13, 2016

Secrets of a Black Boy attempts to tell its creators’ stories on their own terms: review by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

The show, which began as a male response to da kink in my hair, treats concerns specific to Toronto, while setting them in a broader international context.

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Friday, November 11, 2016

Judy Collins Continues to Weave Her Magic by Sandi Durell

      By Sandi Durell   Slim and glittery in black sequins, with a mane of silvery white hair, the iconic Judy Collins took the stage at the legendary Café Carlyle to re…

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Thursday, November 10, 2016

Judy Collins @ Cafe Carlyle by Barry

Judy Collins Weaves Her Magic at Café Carlyle  By: Sandi Durell Slim in glittery black sequins, with a mane of silvery white hair, the iconic Judy Collins took the stage at the legenda…

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Wednesday, November 9, 2016

18 Movies And TV Shows We Watch When We Need Some Comfort

Sometimes self-care is a matter of settling into your couch and putting on an old favorite. The Muppets Take Manhattan "Together again. Gee, it’s good to be to…

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Saturday, November 5, 2016

King Lear, Old Vic by Heather Neill

Glenda Jackson returns to the stage as an authoritative Lear, gender irrelevantThe signs were there early in Glenda Jackson's career that she would one day have what it takes to "ascend the …

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Friday, November 4, 2016

The Other Mozart by Amelia Parenteau

"The hair in all of Salzburg becomes so tall they have to raise the roofs of carriages - no lady can sit upright in them. I am the talk of the town."

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HAIR Authors Strongly Opposed to Trump Campaign Using Their Song 'Aquarius' by BroadwayWorld

The authors of HAIR, The American Tribal-Love Rock Musical - James Rado, the estate of Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot - want the Trump Campaign to cease and desist using any music from the …

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Authors of Hair Demand Trump Campaign Stop Using Their Song by Robert Viagas

“The Age of Aquarius” was played at a Melania Trump speech.

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Wednesday, November 2, 2016

"Love, Love, Love" Badmouths the Baby-Boomer Generation by Broadway & Me

Are we Baby Boomers really so selfish? I ask because over the last few years, young playwrights have been hinting at the resentment and anger they feel toward those of us born in the middle …

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Sotheby’s Plans Auction of Alexander Hamilton Memorabilia by Robert Viagas

You can own the Founding Father’s letters, manuscripts—even a lock of his hair.

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Tuesday, November 1, 2016

Off-Broadway Review: Love, Love, Love by Lauren Yarger

Love, Love, LoveBy Mike BartlettDirected by Michael MayerRoundabout Theatre Companythrough Dec. 18By Lauren YargerWhat's It All About?Three looks at a family, beginning in 1967 during the he…

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