TRW’s Newest Acquisition ROOMS: A ROCK ROMANCE

Theatrical Rights Worldwide is proud to announce our latest acquisition: ROOMS: A ROCK ROMANCE. The New York Times wrote, “A sweet love story, with delicious comic moments!” And, the Associated Press called ROOMS, “Rock ‘n’ roll with an edge, youthful romance and fresh comedy.” This riveting new show is available for premiere productions, exclusively from… Read more »

DEADEYE’S Fresh Look at a G&S Classic: PINAFORE Like Never Before!

Anyone who has experienced their fair share of Gilbert and Sullivan will probably believe that there could be nothing so markedly special about a “re-working” of HMS Pinafore. What makes Herbert Appleman’s DAUNTLESS DICK DEADEYE just so very special is that, unlike previous attempts at renewing Pinafore‘s appeal, this version spins the entire work around its… Read more »

Spamalot is Back on the Road Again! Ni!

The U.S. Tour of the mega-popular musical extravaganza, MONTY PYTHON’S SPAMALOT is about to begin and excitement is brewing nationwide. You can find out when the tour is hitting your hometown by visiting the official tour website! Whilst waiting to see the show…the most magnificent thing awaits you…drum roll please…2 amazing free games are yours… Read more »

Midtown Direct Rep: NYTimes Feature

Check out this article at NYTimes.com about this new repertory company in South Orange, New Jersey. The company is presenting a reading of TRW’s THE GIRL IN THE FRAME at the South Orange Performing Arts Center on September 1st and 2nd, 2010. THE GIRL IN THE FRAME is a delightful, delicious, sexy and sweet musical… Read more »

CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS Is A New Classic

The spirit, strength, and theme  CAPTAINS COURAGEOUS delivers is not your usual musical theatre fare, but has the potential to make this show a classic. All of the necessary ingredients are here: a plot that will warm your heart and remind you of the goodness in life, winning characters you want to cheer for and… Read more »

History Repeating: ENTER THE GUARDSMAN Brings a Refreshing Look and Modern Humor to a Classic Story

What can turn an early 20th-century play by Hungarian dramatist Ferenc Molnar into a super-successful chamber musical? A little Sondheim, a little cynicism, and a lot of wit brings Molnar’s popular play “The Guardsman” to modern audiences in the form of Enter the Guardsman, a delightful musical that may just be heralding the future of musical theatre. Staying true… Read more »

CURTAINS Wows Audiences at Music Theatre of Wichita

Music Theatre of Wichita just wrapped up its 39th season with a smash production of Curtains. With a cast including both Wichita natives and Broadway veterans, this larger-than-life, multi-layered musical extravaganza left Wichita audiences with a colorful, lively final note to its season full of Broadway classics, including Gypsy and Annie. Year after year, Music Theatre of… Read more »

President Lauds Broadway at July 19 White House Event

President Barack Obama hosted a Salute to Broadway in another of his Music Series events from the White House’s East Room. The President eloquently lauded Broadway for, “…its optimism. Broadway music calls us to see the best in ourselves and in the world around us -– to believe that no matter how hopeless things may… Read more »

Runaway Stage’s CURTAINS a True Community Theatre Gem!

by David May for Theatrical Rights Worldwide Sacramento’s Runaway Stage Productions is now presenting CURTAINS, through August 1st. I had the pleasure of attending the matinee on July 18th and am pleased to report that it is a brilliant production from start to finish. Runaway Stage is a very popular fixture on the Sacramento theatre… Read more »

Plaza Theatre Company’s ALL SHOOK UP Delivers in Cleburne, TX

Young Cast Strikes Gold in 2010 Summer Celebration! Cleburne, Texas’ Plaza Theatre Company kept their 2010 season hopping July 2nd with a rockin’ and rollin’ ALL SHOOK UP. TRW’s musical was the vehicle for this year’s Plaza Show Camp, now playing through July 31st.  Plaza’s Show Camp presented FOOTLOOSE in 2008 and followed up with… Read more »