Yearly Archives: 2011

Clifford Carlson is Co-Founder & Co-Author of Jazz Drama Program

Clifford Carlson is a writer and co-founder of The Jazz Drama Program. Carlson is a middle school teacher. In college, he was mentored by author Virginia Hamilton and later studied under playwright Tina Howe. Early in his teaching career he collaborated with Touchstone Center for Poetry founder Richard Lewis and for ten years studied at… Read more »

Candy Project’s ROOMS: A ROCK ROMANCE Earns Two Omaha Entertainment & Arts Awards!

GIMME SOME CANDY! Omaha, Nebraska’s brilliant Candy Project (I LOVE YOU BECAUSE & [title of show]) earned two Omaha Entertainment & Arts Award nominations for their production of ROOMS: A ROCK ROMANCE.  The amazing Candy kids earned a Best Musical nomination and Best Musical Direction nod to Zack Peterson, for their take on the Paul… Read more »

Rose Theatre’s HOW I BECAME A PIRATE Earns Rave from Omaha World Herald!

The Omaha Theatre Company at the Rose Theatre, one of the nation’s top Theatre for Young Audiences organizations, has just opened Janet Yates Vogt and Mark Friedman’s sparkling adaptation of  the beloved book How I Became a Pirate written by Melinda Long and illustrated by David Shannon. Directed by Rob Urbanati, the show garnered stellar… Read more »

DCTheatrescene’s Hot On NEVERMORE!

DCTheatrescene.com reviews TRW’s NEVERMORE in their latest edition. Composer Matt Conner directs his own macabre musical. In a mostly glowing review, Susan Galbraith praises the composer: “Conner’s ear as a composer suits the gothic genre of early 19th century literature. He certainly gets the eerie and macabra tone of Poe’s writings.  He conjures up a… Read more »

Cinderella Finds Prince Freddy at Lake City High School!

(Courtesy of the LAKE CITY HIGH SCHOOL) October 1, 2011—Troupe de Wolfe Productions is proud to announce the cast of the upcoming production of a new musical take of the traditional tale of “Cinderella.” The tale has a bookish and nearsighted heroine who finds and captures the heart of a studious prince. Full of wit,… Read more »

The Boston Conservatory Theater Ensemble’s “CURTAINS” Oct. 20–23

The Boston Conservatory Theater Ensemble presents CURTAINS, Oct. 20-23, 2011, at The Boston Conservatory Theater, 31 Hemenway St., in Boston’s Fenway neighborhood. Performances are Thursday, Friday and Saturday at 8 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday at 2 p.m. The Boston Conservatory trains exceptional young performing artists for careers that enrich and transform the human experience. Known… Read more »

Playbill.com:The Addams Family Gets Major Makeover for National Tour

Playbill.com today (Oct 5, 2011) ran a fascinating article detailing the make-over process that THE ADDAMS FAMILY has undergone for the First National Tour of the Broadway tuner. Check out the article at: http://www.playbill.com/news/article/155204-EXCLUSIVE-Singing-New-Tunes-The-Addams-Family-Gets-Major-Makeover-for-National-Tour

TRW’s PerusalsNOW™ Celebrates Two Years of Digital Leadership

Theatrical Rights Worldwide has always been a pioneer of innovative ideas for theatrical licensing that embrace the digital age. Two years ago, our launch of the industry’s first all-digital perusal service, PerusalsNOW™, gave our customers another TRW Advantage. Any of our 40+ titles can be downloaded and perused INSTANTLY…right from your computer. Instead of paying… Read more »

NO DOGS ALLOWED Booked for Omaha Rose Theater in ’12!

Omaha, Nebraska’s Rose Theater is committed to enriching the lives of children and families through live theater and arts education. In addition to being the only resident, touring, professional theatre company in Omaha, the Rose is committed to making a positive difference in their city. The organization makes sure that the Rose is accessible to… Read more »