Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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He’s all bent out of shape by Leigh Witchel

In Boris Eifman’s world, there’s no such thing as a happy artist: Geniuses are all misunderstood, tortured or insane. Having examined Tchaikovsky and Balanchine through morose-colored gl…

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It’s got killer music by Frank Scheck

You’ll never hear Beethoven’s erotically charged piece of music the same way after seeing “The Kreutzer Sonata.” Adapted by Nancy Harris from Leo Tolstoy’s 1889 novella — so pro…

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Good Cheno-Bits: Kristin Chenoweth Gets Boobylicious on Episode 2 of GCB by Lindsay Champion

On the booby-centric episode two of ABC's new hour-long comedy GCB, viewers were treated to another heaping dose of Carlene Cockburn-isms thanks to Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth. Th…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Batsheva Dance Company’s “Hora” is an Hour Well Spent by Alyssa Alpine

In an era of rehashing familiar variations on ballet vs. classic modern dance vs. post-modern vocabularies, Batsheva represents the possibility of a different understanding of dance

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Theater Review: ‘The Kreutzer Sonata,’ Based on Tolstoy, at La MaMa by Ben Brantley

“The Kreutzer Sonata,” an adaptation of Tolstoy’s novella by the Gate Theater of London, comes to La MaMa.

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Review: Give Me Your Hand by David Finkle

Dermot Crowley and Dearbhla Molloy have a field day with Paul Durcan's unusual piece about art at the Irish Repertory Theatre.

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Review: The Kreutzer Sonata by Andy Propst

This pulsating adaptation of Leo Tolstoy's novella about a man accused of murdering his wife is also full of delicacy and subtlety.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Maria Project by Sandy MacDonald

Marcella Goheen's solo docudrama about her family's history is remarkably self-indulgent.

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With farewell tour, influential ‘Riverdance’ says goodbye to U.S.

HEDY WEISS: The Irish dance hit will concentrate on overseas shows, and its creators are working on a new spectacle.

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Looking Back at Winter by JK

Before I offer up my preview of the coming spring months of theatre-going later this week, I thought I'd take a look back with a review of the previous three months, December - February. &nb…

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Flight Needs a Lift by Suzanna Bowling

Flight Needs a Lift: Michel Wallerstein's Flight at the DR2 theatre would have taken wing if the playwright had honed some of the aspects of the play.

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The Iliad Evokes Great Storytelling by Suzanna Bowling

The Iliad Evokes Great Storytelling: Homer's The Iliad, the tale of a mythical 10-year Trojan War, has been adapted from the translation by Robert Fagles; writers Lisa Peterson and Denis O'H…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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The Musical Carrie Highlights Bullying on Stage by Suzanna Bowling

The Musical Carrie Highlights Bullying on Stage:

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Belarus Free Theatre seeks funding to avoid closure

The Belarus Free Theatre troupe faces closure in three months unless it gets significant funding, warns its founder.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Patricia Kalember Joins Cast of Broadway's Don't Dress for Dinner by Brian Scott Lipton

Stage and screen star Patricia Kalember has joined the cast of Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway premiere of Marc Camoletti's classic farce Don't Dress For Dinner, adapted…

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2012 Tony Honors Revealed - MTI's Freddie Gershon, Production Supervisor Arthur Siccardi & TDF's Open Doors Program by BroadwayWorld

On June 9th, at the 2012 Tony Eve Cocktail Party the the Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre are presented and this year's recipients, as per the New York Times will be MTI's Freddie G…

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The Wild Duck: Redux by Alison Croggon

A quick pointer to Jana Perkovic's fascinating critique of The Wild Duck, and the conversation which it's prompting. Warning: long. But stimulating.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO FLASH: Joshua Bell, Neil Patrick Harris, Cheyenne Jackson at Smith Center for the Performing Arts Opening Gala by Andy Propst

The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas celebrated its opening Gala on March 10. Neil Patrick Harris served as host for the evening's performance, which was taped for su…

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National Ballet of Canada’s The Sleeping Beauty awakens, excites Toronto fans by Michael Crabb

Evan McKie steps on to Four Season’s stage and impresses with immaculate dancing

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Marissa Mulder: A Cabaret Ascent That Is No Illusion by Sandi Durell

  By: Stephen Hanks   As Marissa Mulder was about a third of the way through her 18-song set during the third of a recent four-night run of her new show Illusions at the Metropolit…

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Jason Donovan & Mel C Assist JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Search by BroadwayWorld

According to the Belfast Telegraph, actor Jason Donovan and former member of the Spice Girls Mel C have signed on to assist Andrew Lloyd Webber in his search for the character of Jesus in th…

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Theater Review: ‘Deep Are the Roots’ at the Metropolitan Playhouse by Rachel Saltz

“Deep Are the Roots,” a 1945 play about the return of a decorated black soldier from World War II to his hometown in the South, is being revived at the Metropolitan Playhouse.

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Bound By Broadway: The State of the American Musical by Ryan Bogner by HowlRound

It is no secret that Broadway is the driving engine behind the development of new musical theater, largely because it’s one of the only ways a musical can be profitable. When musicals succ…

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Ravinia Bob returns: LuPone, Callaway and more planned for Ravinia 2012 by Bob Bullen

There are some people out there (you know who you are) who refer to me as “Ravinia Bob.” Over time, this nickname was been truncated to “RivB,” and eventually “…

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Arts, Briefly: This Year’s Tony Honors by Patrick Healy; Compiled By Adam W. Kepler

The 2012 Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theater will go to the musical licensing executive Freddie Gershon; the production supervisor Arthur Siccardi; and the Theater Development Fund’s…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Dance review: The National Ballet’s The Sleeping Beauty by Special To National Post

When staging Beauty for The National Ballet of Canada in 1972, the late Rudolf Nureyev drew on his classical Russian roots. He demanded absolute perfection from the dancers and rehearsed the…

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Catch Me If You Can Detroit | Fisher Theatre by Admin

‘Catch Me If You Can’ blazes its way to Detroit for a two-week stopover at the Fisher Theatre from May 7 to 19, 2013. This musical adaptation of Steven Spielberg’s 2002 critically accl…

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Memphis Detroit | Fisher Theatre by Admin

‘Memphis’, the Tony Award winner for Best Musical in 2010, travels up north to Detroit in April 2013, playing for two straight weeks at the Fisher Theatre, from the 9th to the 21st. Pump…

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Book of Mormon Chicago | Bank of America Theatre by Admin

The Tony Award winning musical ‘Book of Mormon’ returns to Chicago for an extensive run from December 11, 2012 to March 3, 2013 at the Bank of America Theatre. After its huge Broadway tu…

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Beyond the Horizon Is a Bore by Suzanna Bowling

Beyond the Horizon Is a Bore: “Beyond the Horizon,” at the Irish Repertory Theatre, is the 1920 play that won Eugene O’Neil a Pulitzer.

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Patricia Kalember Replaces Melora Hardin in DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company has just announced that Patricia Kalember Sisters amp Thirtysomething has joined the company's production of Dont Dress for Dinner currently in rehearsals, replaci…

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David Cromer Brings Out the Tribes in All of Us by Suzanna Bowling

David Cromer Brings Out the Tribes in All of Us: Nina Raine's Tribes at the Barrow Street Theater is so well directed that it doesn’t matter what else happens on stage, and a lot does.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review Roundup: John Doyle's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG in Cincinnati by Review Roundups

The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is where Doyle debuted his actor-musician production of Sondheim and George Furth's COMPANY which transferred to Broadway in 2006. The production earned …

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Patricia Kalember Replaces Melora Hardin In Broadway's Don't Dress for Dinner by Andrew Gans

Patricia Kalember (“Sisters” & “Thirtysomething”) has replaced Melora Hardin in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre Company production of Marc Camoletti’s Don&#…

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STAGE TUBE: Stephen Sondheim Talks New West End SWEENEY TODD! by Stage Tube

Click below to watch an interview with composer Stephen Sondheim talking about the new West End production of SWEENEY TODD which began previews last night in London starring Michael Ball and…

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MEMPHIS - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

The musical by Joe DiPietro and David Bryan continues to run, and in some ways run better than it used to, with its lead role of Huey Calhoun now being played by Adam Pascal.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Wit by The Feminist Spectator

Cynthia Nixon, playing the lead in the Broadway revival of Margaret Edson’s play, Wit, does a heroic job putting her own mark against Kathleen Chalfant’s signature performance as the dyi…

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Review: Seven Points for Love / Voices in the Dark (Fury Theater) by Scotty Zacher

From tug-at-your-heart romance to unsettling horror, Fury Theater's production is an eye-opening showcase of Ellen Cribbs' playwrighting talents. Recommended.

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A sleeping beauty suspended in wonder by Paula Citron

The National Ballet’s dancers have technique to spare in the crown jewel of classical ballet

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Vox Femina spring concert – From Shakespeare to Shamrocks by Pauline Adamek

  Vox Femina Los Angeles continues its 15th anniversary season with From Shakespeare to Shamrocks, a spring concert celebration that brings the English and Irish together in song on Sai…

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Samantha Spiro: 'I was never an ingenue' by Brian Logan

Samantha Spiro got a breakthrough award at 42, and is about to take on the biggest role of her career. She tells Brian Logan why it was worth the wait Continue reading...

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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PHOTO FLASH: Martin Lawrence Visits Criss Angel Believe by Dan Bacalzo

Actor and comedian Martin Lawrence attended a performance of Criss Angel Believe at the Luxor Hotel & Casino on Friday, March 9. This collaborative production between Angel and Cirque d…

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A change of guard at the Oregon Shakespeare Festival by Marcus Crowder

The big news out of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival this spring is the retirement of executive director Paul Nicholson at the end of 2012. Romeo (Daniel JoséMolina), left, and Tyba…

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Ana – review by Mark Fisher

Traverse, EdinburghBinary thinking is at the heart of this fascinating, if ultimately frustrating new play. It is the result of a two-way collaboration between Scotland's Stellar Quines and …

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Fuse Theater Review: Freedom for “The Whipping Man” by Arts Fuse Editor

An unusual and powerful historical drama that looks at the troubled relationship between Jews and freed slaves at the end of The Civil War.

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STAGE TUBE: Kristen Wiig as Liza Minnelli on SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE by Stage Tube

On last night's Jonah Hill-hosted SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE, Oscar nominee Kristen Wiig performed an impersionation of a 1982 version of the legendary Liza Minnelli in a sketch entitled 'Liza Minn…

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Going Dark – review by Michael Billington

Young Vic, LondonSound and Fury are a rare company in that they combine an experimental process with rich content. In their last show, Kursk, they took us inside the bowels of a nuclear subm…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Luner on Theatre is BACK! by Chris Luner

Woah! We’re back! REMEMBER US? After a much unexpected break, Luner on Theatre is returning to the web beginning today! If you were wondeirng where we have been or wondering where we a…

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Broadway Stars Gather to Remember the Japanese Earthquake by Loganne

Shinsai: Theatres for Japan, a benefit commemorating the devastating earthquake that struck the country one year ago, is today, March 11, at the Great Hall at Cooper Union. There are several…

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About a boy by Thomas Garvey

Ian Shain and Felix Teich finally make it to the prom. Photos: Saglio Photography.I got to Boston Children Theater's Reflections of a Rock Lobster a little late - and the run was short (this…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Some Ground Rules for Revising Operas and Musicals by Anthony Tommasini

Why do some elaborate revisions of operas and musicals draw so much fire, but not others?

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Wit by Jill Dolan

Cynthia Nixon on Broadway as Vivian Bearing in Margaret Edson's WitCynthia Nixon, playing the lead in the Broadway revival ofMargaret Edson’s play, Wit, does aheroic job putting her own ma…

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Live on #NEWPLAY TV March 12 at 12pm EST: Ten-Minute Plays from @ArenaStage Student Playwrights by HowlRound

  The Student Playwrights Project (SPP) is the education component of Arena Stage’s commitment to new American voices. This year, the annual Ten-Minute Play Competition received …

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Photo Flash: Neil Patrick Harris, Jennifer Hudson, et al. Attend Smith Center Opening! by BroadwayWorld

An extraordinary line-up of performers from across the arts community ushered in a new era of culture as they graced the stage for the opening of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in …

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Going Dark, Young Vic Theatre, London

Ian Shuttleworth reviews an eloquent work, staged in semi-darkness, about an astronomer losing his sight

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 3/11- A CLASS ACT by Stage Tube

Today in 2001, A Class Act opened at the Ambassador Theatre, where it ran for 105 performances. A Class Act is a musical with a book by Linda Kline and Lonny Price and music and lyrics by Ed…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER! by Walter McBride

The highly anticipated production of Peter and the Starcatcher held its press event on Friday, March 9th and BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the show's cast and creative team. Next st…

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STAGE TUBE: Neil Patrick Harris, Sherie Rene Scott, et. al Celebrate Smith Center Opening! by Stage Tube

An extraordinary line-up of performers from across the arts community ushered in a new era of culture as they graced the stage for the opening of The Smith Center for the Performing Arts in …

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Romeo and Juliet, Royal Opera House, London

This was a serious and touching account of MacMillan’s prodigious ballet, writes Clement Crisp

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Abigail’s Party, Menier Chocolate Factory, London

This is a painfully good revival of Mike Leigh’s priceless study of class snobbery, writes Sarah Hemming

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STAGE TUBE: Susan Stroman, Stephanie J. Block, et al. Celebrate Launch of Stage Write App! by Stage Tube

On March 1st the Broadway community came together to celebrate the launch of the new iPad app called Stage Write. The app is made for theatre professionals and allows you to draw stage eleme…

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The Sunday Giveaway: 1 Ticket to our How To Market Your Show With No Money Seminar by Ken Davenport

We're taking a breaking from giving away tickets this week, to give away information. Here at DTE, we're about to launch the latest in our seminar series, with our almost-sold-out "How …

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Panel Fever by Chloe Veltman

I've only been at the South by Southwest Festival in Austin, TX for two days, but I've seen enough panel discussions to know that the festival's system for running this core component of its…

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Even a modern spouse can understand Linda Loman's fears in 'Death of a Salesman' by Ronni Reich

Andrew Garfield and Linda Emond in "Death of a Salesman" In his daydreaming, undying quest for success, Willy Loman in Arthur Miller’s "Death of a Salesman" has symboli…

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Ben Brantley raises his fist by George Hunka

The heat that rises from these debates may give you brain burn, but it’s also thoroughly absorbing. So watch out. Toward the show’s end you may wind up leaping to the stage to join an in…

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BWW TV Flashback: Sutton Foster Departs ANYTHING GOES by BroadwayWorld

Tony-winner Sutton Foster will depart the hit production of ANYTHING GOES on March 11th to begin filming ABC Familys new drama series BUNHEADS. Here's a look back at highlights, both on sta…

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BWW TV: Seth's Broadway Chatterbox Featuring the Cast of DISASTER! by BroadwayWorld TV

After a year and a half hiatus, Seth Rudetsky's famed Seth's Broadway Chatterbox has returned to Don't Tell Mama. Seth's Broadway Chatterbox includes interviews and performances by noted Bro…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Further Adventures of "Further Adventures" by Rob Weinert-Kendt

I've been hearing good things about Jeff Whitty's The Further Adventures of Hedda Gabler, a camp fantasia imagining Ibsen's heroine in a kind of post-suicide purgatory with a number of other…

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Review: Avon Calling by Jake Orr

The launch of the annual Sprint Festival at Camden People’s Theatre took place not in a theatre as expected, but in the living room for an intimate audience of ten people. Birmingham-b…

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NY Review: 'Give Me Your Hand' by David A. Rosenberg

With Dermot Crowley and Dearbhla Molloy as guides, poet Paul Durcan's playful stroll through London's National Gallery, at the Irish Rep, is enlightening.

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BWW's On This Day - March 11, 2012

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 11 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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NY Review: 'The Kreutzer Sonata' by Sam Thielman

The Gate Theatre's adaptation of Tolstoy's great short story "The Kreutzer Sonata," now at La MaMa, puts the astonishing Hilton McRae in the driver's seat.

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A 'Shinsai' To Aid Japan's Theater Community by Jeff Lunden

A year ago, Japan suffered a shinsai — an earthquake disaster. And on the anniversary of that disaster, theater artists across the United States and around the globe are coming together to…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Jennifer Westfeldt and Jon Hamm Give Birth (to a Movie) by Ariel Kaminer

In “Friends With Kids,” which is in every way Westfeldt’s movie — she wrote it, she produced it, she directed it and, just for good measure, she stars in it too — Brooklyn isn’t …

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Lortels set 2012 date

Legit News: Frankel, Foreman, FDNY to be honored

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Larson winners named

Legit News: Creative take grant for 'Southern Comfort'

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'Pippin' brews in Cambridge

Legit News: Massachusetts theaters set shows

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'Daddy Long Legs,' 'Double Indemnity' part of Rep's new season

John Caird, the celebrated British director of "Les Miserables" and "Nicholas Nickleby," will open a world-premiere musical next season at the Repertory Theatre of St. Louis: "Daddy Long Leg…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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A 'Shinsai' To Aid Japan's Theater Community

The word carries "disaster" in its meaning, but this weekend it's the name for a series of stage benefits across the U.S. and around the globe, all to commemorate the first anniversary of th…

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A 'Shinsai' To Aid Japan's Theater Community

The word carries "disaster" in its meaning, but this weekend it's the name for a series of stage benefits across the U.S. and around the globe, all to commemorate the first anniversary of th…

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In Vancouver, a storied troupe's final curtain call by Marsha Lederman

Many were in tears as the final production in the Vancouver Playhouse Theatre Company’s 49-year history came to a close

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Spring theater guide: Broadway leaps to life with ‘Ghost' by Jacob E. Osterhout, Gina Salamone, Joe Dziemianowicz

Broadway’s been sleepy for the last month, but it snaps wide awake with a mid-March rush and an April shower of shows offering something for everyone (even NBA fans) and head-turning stars.

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Beau Dunn

"Call Me Adam" chats with rising model and actress Beau Dunn about modeling, acting, starting her own charity, Cure Lipedema, and other details life and career!

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Joe Dziemianowicz’s theater picks for week of March 11 by Joe Dziemianowicz

1. Michael Esper & Co. (Playwrights Horizons) Today is your last ch…

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Atlantic Theater Company's CQ/CX Closes by BroadwayWorld

Atlantic Theater Company's world premiere production of Gabe McKinleys play CQCX, directed by Tony Award nominee David Leveaux closes March 11, 2012 at the Peter Norton Space 555 West 42nd S…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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NY Review: 'In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel' by Erik Haagensen

Tennessee Williams' 1969 one-act drama "In the Bar of a Tokyo Hotel" is in good hands in actor-directors Charles Schick and Regina Bartkoff's production.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Mike Nichols is no confidence man by Patrick Pacheco

Even after five decades as a Broadway and film director, he admits to being terrified taking on the latest revival of 'Death of a Salesman.'Mike Nichols is running scared.

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Passing Remarks by Peter Filichia

Passing Strange is the title. Is diarrhea the subject of this new musical? Does that sound snarky? Well, really, is it any worse than a certain thing that Stew says from the stage of the B…

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Sunday, March 11, 2012 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Sunday Read: First-Person - Joel Ivany on The 7 Deadly Sins by The Charlebois Post

Holier Than ThouGoing beyond Weillby Joel Ivany, Artistic Director and Founder - Against the Grain TheatreOn Friday March 16 and Saturday March 17, Against the Grain Theatre will be pre…

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Tour Whore by Cameryn Moore by The Charlebois Post

“THE DEERINATOR”Hmmm. I’m pretty sure that’s Frappucino.by Cameryn Moore[Publisher's note: Today we are launching a new column by actor/writer Cameryn Moore, a star of the North Ame…

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Week in Review, March 5 – 11, 2012 by League of Professional Theatre Women

LPTW’s Blog30 was created to highlight the diversity, passion and brilliance of the individual members of the League of Professional Theatre Women in celebration of the organization…

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We Got a Kick Out of Her: Sutton Foster Disembarks From Broadway's Anything Goes March 11 by Kenneth Jones

The company of Anything Goes says farewell to Sutton Foster at the March 11 matinee of the Broadway hit that earned the star her second Best Actress Tony Award. Following a year of performan…

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The Abominable Showman, March 11, 2012 by The Charlebois Post

Picking at scabsTo review or not to review non-union theatre shows? Fighting for scraps, on and off the stage. Plus Shrek the Musical, Rossini at L’Opera de Montreal and DeGrassi teen idol…

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Shinsai: Theatres for Japan Benefit, With Patti LuPone, Ken Leung, Jennifer Lim, Paolo Montalban, Held March 11 by Adam Hetrick

Shinsai: Theatres for Japan, a benefit commemorating the devastating earthquake that struck the country one year ago, is presented March 11 at the Great Hall at Cooper Union.

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Broadway-Bound End of the Rainbow Ends Guthrie Run March 11 by Adam Hetrick

End of the Rainbow, Peter Quilter's music-filled drama about the final months of Judy Garland's life, ends its pre-Broadway run March 11 at the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis, MN. Th…

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Peter Gallagher Offers Songs and Stories from an Actor's Life March 11 to Benefit The Actors Fund by Andrew Gans

Stage and screen star Peter Gallagher shares his life through songs and stories in a one-night-only performance at the Geffen Playhouse March 11.

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Donna Bullock, Rachel de Benedet, Kristin Maloney Star in Nothing Is Forever Concerts March 11-12 by Andrew Gans

UnsungMusicalsCo. Inc. presents a concert production of the new musical song cycle Nothing is Forever, by Pulitzer Prize and Grammy Award winner Morton Gould and Tony and Grammy Award nomine…

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THE BOOK SHELF: Memoirs from The Jets, The Sharks, The Trapp Children and Frank Langella by Steven Suskin

This month's column looks at two classic movie musicals from the viewpoint of surviving cast members— "Our Story: Jets & Sharks, Then and Now" and "The Sound of …

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Dances With the Devil: Paper Mill Damn Yankees Opens March 11 by Andrew Gans

The Paper Mill Playhouse's production of the baseball-themed musical Damn Yankees officially opens at the New Jersey venue March 11 at 7 PM following previews that began March 7.

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Paul Durcan's Give Me Your Hand, Starring Dermot Crowley, Dearbhla Molloy, Opens March 11 at Irish Rep by Michael Gioia

The Irish Repertory Theatre continues its 24th season with the New York premiere of poet Paul Durcan's Give Me Your Hand, officially opening March 11, following previews that began …

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2 Do: 3/11/12

Ten artists are featured in exhibitions at the Pittsburgh Center for the Arts and three will give artist talks there at 6 p.m.

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'La Cage aux Folles' tour brings movie star to Benedum

George Hamilton's son is calling. So, he interrupts a long anecdote about old Hollywood.

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PSO Pops season is full of favorites

Marvin Hamlisch has fully recovered from the bout of flu that took him from Heinz Hall stage before the end of a Pittsburgh Pops concert

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First-Person - Rahul Varma on State of Denial by The Charlebois Post

State of Denial: In memories of grandmothers who lived to tell © Rahul Varma, March 11, 2012State of Denial is about Sahana, a Turkish Muslim woman in her nineties, who has devoted her…

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Review: THE KREUTZER SONATA by Di Jayawickrema

"Timing is everything in music," announces the narrator-villain of the piece with a cavalier chill in his voice. While your soul revolts against nearly every word uttered by the equal parts …

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Review: THE LAST DAYS OF JUDAS ISCARIOT by Martin Denton

The Last Days of Judas Iscariot is a big play: it's more than three hours long, it has 27 characters, and it considers difficult questions of philosophy, religion, ethics, and morality. It i…

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