Music Theatre

 

In the Media

BW and Beck Center for the Arts production of DOG FIGHT review titled "Fight to Get Your Tickets to DOGFIGHT" by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

Chris McCarrell '13 permanently moved into role of Marius in LES MISERABLES on Broadway.

Ciara Renee '13 is back in HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, this time at Papermill Playhouse.

Sainty Nelsen '13 cast in new FX series "Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll" staring Denis Leary and premiering in 2015.

Derrick Cobey '01 is appearing as Coalhouse Walker in RAGTIME at Bristol Riverside Theatre.

"Broadway Sings P!nk" features BW music theatre alumni Kate Rockwell '07, Ciara Renee '13, Corey Mach '10 and Kyle Post '06.

The Plain Dealer shares their "Year in Review" of Cleveland theatre including lots of cheers for BW productions, faculty, alumni and students.

The 2014 Cleveland Theatre Critics Awards includes honors for many BW folks.

BW Music Theatre program director Victoria Bussert interviewed by the Huffington Post for an article about the music theatre admission process.

Steel Burkhardt '07 is now appearing as Kassim in the Tony-Nominated Broadway production of ALADDIN.

Kyle Szen '12 appearing as Bert in MARY POPPINS at the Palace Theatre in Wisconsin.

Caitlin Houlahan '14 cast as Iola Stover in Manhattan Concert Productions' PARADE.

Jill Paice '02 is cast as Milo Davenport in Broadway-bound AN AMERICAN IN PARIS.

Caitlin Houlahan '14 and Chris McCarrell '13 backstage photos during rehearsals for PETER PAN LIVE on NBC.

Derrick Cobey '01 awarded a Barrymore Award for Best Supporting Actor for his work in Arden Theatre Company's PARADE.

Ciara Renee '13 praised for "equally glossy but far more charming" portrayal of the Leading Player in Broadways's PIPPIN.

Kate Rockwell '07 listed as one of the 6 hottest women on Broadway by NewYork.com.

BW and Beck Center for the Arts partnership production of CARRIE, the musical, described as "a powerful wollop of a piece with a smart, pop sensibility balanced by real emotion... this one will give you nightmares and break your heart" by the Cleveland Plain Dealer.

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