Related Shows View Comments The Broadway revival of Falsettos is back on track. The William Finn and James Lapine musical will begin performances on September 29 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. Opening night is set for October 27. Casting will be announced at a later date.Lapine, who directed the original production, returns to helm the revival. Spring Awakening’s Spencer Liff will choreograph. The production is a collaboration between Jujamcyn Theaters and Lincoln Center Theater; Jujamcyn president Jordan Roth initially announced plans for a spring 2016 Broadway bow.The tuner follows Marvin who struggles to create a “tight-knit family” out of his eclectic array of core relationships (including his ex-wife, his new boyfriend, his adolescent son, his psychiatrist and his neighbors). Amidst a series of monumental life changes, he is forced to reckon with his own views on love, responsibility and what it means to be a man.Finn took home the 1993 Tony Award for Best Score and shared Best Book with Lapine for the 1992 production. The cast included Michael Rupert as Marvin, as well as Chip Zien, Carolee Carmello, Barbara Walsh, Heather MacRae, Jonathan Kaplan and Stephen Bogardus.The new production will feature sets by David Rockwell, costumes by Jennifer Caprio, lighting design by Jeff Croiter and sound design by Dan Moses Schreier.The Walter Kerr Theatre’s next tenant will be The Crucible, which plays a limited engagement from March 1 through July 17. Falsettos Show Closed This production ended its run on Jan. 8, 2017
June 15, 2006 Regular News NSU offers new ‘Masters of Science In Education Law’ NSU offers new ‘Masters of Science In Education Law’ Nova Southeastern University has established an online law program for educators.Offered through NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center, the “Master of Science in Education Law” program addresses what the school calls “a critical need for educators to be conversant in the expanding body of regulations pertaining to education, school administration, and special education.”The program, which will be offered this July, teaches educators who are not attorneys to better identify, understand, and respond to complex legal issues, such as FERPA, IDEA, HIPPA, and No Child Left Behind, according to NSU. The curriculum focuses on the interrelationship between theory and practice.“The Master of Science in Education Law Program is designed to meet the demand for clear and concise instruction on current trends in education law that directly impact educators and school administrators,” said Timothy L. Arcaro, an associate professor at NSU’s Shepard Broad Law Center and member of the Florida and Pennsylvania bars who serves as the program’s director.All coursework was designed in conjunction with NSU’s Mailman Segal Institute for Early Childhood Studies and the Fischler School of Education and Human Services.“As a senior administrator with a law degree, I recognized that a gap exists between legislation regulating education and the abilities of those charged with interpreting and implementing strategies,” said Geoff Still, who developed the program concept. Still is the director of finance and operations at the Mailman Segal Institute and associate director of the M.S. in Education Law Program.The majority of the coursework is offered online through NSU’s Internet-based distance-learning technology. Students visit the campus during three annual institutes.For more information visit www.nsulaw.nova.edu/online/msedl/index.cfm or call (954) 262-6161.