Posts Categorized: theatre

54 Sings Memphis

  Last night we returned to Feinsteins/54 Below for 54 Sings Memphis and what an absolute treat it was. Several original Broadway cast members returned with some new talent and what transpired was nothing short of a celebration. This Tony Award-winning Best Musical remains poignant today, as we follow the cultural friction of Memphis’ underground… Read more »

54 Sings Curtains

  Last we kicked off our first of many nights at Feinsteins/54 Below with 54 Sings Curtains. Not only was it a wonderful evening full of familiar faces, but the perfect reminder of what a gem this show is. The evening was introduced by bookwriter Rupert Holmes, who gave us an abridged story of how… Read more »

TRW’s 2018-2019 Season Planner

    We’re here to help you every step of the way in choosing your next show with the best collection of contemporary Broadway and West End musicals in the business. From our New York City Headquarters to our London Office to every corner of the world, TRW’s knowledgeable and friendly licensing agents are ready… Read more »

The Showtunes of Love

It’s that magical time of year when we have to find just the right gift for our special someone for Valentine’s Day or you celebrate the 15th of February and treat yourself to bags and bags of clearance candy. No matter which day you choose to celebrate, both days are about that one special word:… Read more »

The Making of Young@Part®

The Young@Part® collection is comprised of 45 to 75 minute adaptations of popular musicals from the TRW catalogue designed to provide a rich dramatic and musical experience for elementary and middle-school aged kids. On the verge of launching two new Young@Part® titles, we sat down with Fred Stuart, Chief Creative Officer at TRW, to learn about the… Read more »

Bright Star Concert Livestream

Did you miss the livestream of the Bright Star concert featuring Steve Martin, Edie Brickell and the incredible Carmen Cusack? Watch the full concert here, including a bonus talk back.

5 Reasons To Produce Bare

by Ryan Goodale   Bare is a show I have always been a fan of. Is it a “pop opera” or a “musical”? Who’s to say. These days it seems the show has become a one name diva, like Cher or Madonna. Okay, perhaps that is a bit extreme, but the show holds a special… Read more »

6 Tips For First Time Theatre Teachers

by Jim Hoare   A college professor once told me to write the following in my notebook at the beginning of our very first class: “There is no such thing as a child who hates music. But there are plenty who hate music teachers.” He then said if that is the only thing I remember from his class,… Read more »

The Arts Taught Me That

by Glenn Halcomb   As the Marketing Manager for TRW, I have come to realize that many of the skills I utilize daily and value in others were shaped through my education in the arts. In high school I was the president of my Thespian troupe (shout out to Troupe #533!) before moving on to… Read more »