Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Putting ‘Hiroshima Mon Amour’ Onstage by Laura Cappelle

Two adaptations of works by the writer Marguerite Duras are playing as one-woman shows in Paris.

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H. P. Lovecraft’s The Call of Cthulhu. Directing with the monster in the room by Guest Writer

Our work in DC and Baltimore started with Edgar Allan Poe. We partnered up with the Poe Society in Baltimore and we’re sort of living in this space of the darker side of human motivation a…

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Review: Radio, Arcola Theatre by Farah Najib

Review: Radio, Arcola Theatre4.0starsAl Smith’s one-man-show Radio follows the story of Charles Lebanon Fairfax Junior (Adam Gillen), born in June 1950 in the small town of Lebanon, Kansas…

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Wake Up With BWW 6/27: Vanessa Carlton Begins in BEAUTIFUL, and More!

Today's top stories: Vanessa Carlton begins in Beautiful, and more!

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Tony Nominated Actor Max Wright Dies at 75

According to TV Guide, actor Max Wright died at age 75.

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Photo Coverage: Inside the Opening Night After Party For WORKING at Encores! Off-Center

First up in the Encores! Off-Center season is Working: A Musical, based on the best-selling Studs Terkel book of the same name. Check out photos from the after party!

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Photo Coverage: Encores! Off-Center's WORKING Cast Takes Their Opening Night Bows

First up in the Encores! Off-Center season is Working: A Musical, based on the best-selling Studs Terkel book of the same name. Check out photos of the cast taking their opening bows!

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Queer parenting by Ryan Edmund

The beauty of the sometimes less-visible modern family When queer people choose to start a family, major life decisions like where to live and attend school req…

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Education secretary Damian Hinds: Arts are not being squeezed out of schools by Georgia Snow

Education secretary Damian Hinds has denied that creative arts are being forced out of schools, claiming culture is being delivered “at large

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Charlotte Geeves appointed executive director of Bristol Old Vic by Giverny Masso

Bristol Old Vic has announced Charlotte Geeves as its new executive director. Currently chief executive of Henley Festival, Geeves will take up

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Discovering Maurice Sendak, the Opera Designer by Zachary Woolfe

The Morgan Library & Museum explores a dense, underappreciated period in the artist’s career in an exhibition of sketches, dioramas and more.

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What Happened to Nelson Algren? by Artsjournal1

The New York Times Book Review has finally covered Never a Lovely So Real, Colin Asher’s Algren biography, and Susan Jacoby’s honest, well-reported review sets a judicious standard. – …

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Greta Matassa In L.A. by Artsjournal1

Following the recent Rifftides review of her new album, we thought you’d enjoy Ms. Matassa and friends in a Gershwin medley. – Doug Ramsey

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The Grace of Uzbek Dance by Artsjournal1

What struck me watching Zamira Aminova in Bukhara was that, although her movements were not as complex as others I’ve seen, she never stopped seeming to float like a leaf on the wind. That…

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Stage to Street at Beautiful on Broadway by Catherine

One of my biggest fashion inspirations has always been vintage style. Audrey Hepburn, Grace Kelly, Twiggy, Kate Moss, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, and Katharine Hepburn to name a few women I …

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Rebecca Caine cast in UK premiere of Preludes by Dave Malloy by Matthew Hemley

Rebecca Caine is to star in the UK premiere of Preludes, a musical by Dave Malloy about composer Rachmaninoff. Caine, who was

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The Hunt review at Almeida Theatre, London – ‘complex, harrowing, unmissable’ by Tim Bano

On its release in 2012, Thomas Vinterberg and Tobias Lindholm’s film about a teacher falsely accused of abusing a child was pretty

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Tom Stoppard's first Jewish play Leopoldstadt to run at Wyndham's Theatre in London next year

Esteemed Czech-British playwright Sir Tom Stoppard has penned a brand-new play set in Vienna's Jewish Quarter in the year 1900. The play entitled Leopoldstadt will make its world premiere at…

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Blavatnik’s Access Entertainment donates £300,000 to expand education charity Masterclass by Giverny Masso

Theatre Royal Haymarket’s new owner Access Entertainment is to donate £300,000 to support the venue’s in-house education charity Masterclass. Run independently from

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Richard Jordan: Why are audiences fine with classical actors ‘giving it a go’ in musicals? by Richard Jordan

Many classical actors have a long-running fascination with starring in a musical. Producers, theatres and directors also find this idea appealing: the concept

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Little theatre inspires big donation from unique philanthropic alliance by Arts Review

Just over a year after the devastating fire, La Mama Theatre has announced that the million dollar contribution by State Government has been matched by a philanthropy collaboration including…

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On the Couch with Chantelle Jamieson by Arts Review

Who is Chantelle Jamieson? I’m a Sydney based actor who was born in Birmingham, grew up in Melbourne and studied in Perth. What would you do differently to what you do now? I would love to…

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'Hamilton: The Exhibition' is a treat for history, theater and museum lovers by Judith Newmark Special To The Post-Dispatch

The mightiest navy on Earth surrounds the island you call home.

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Local performer wins a Jimmy Award on Broadway by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Anna Gassett took honors for Best Dancer.

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Vanessa Carlton Takes Over the Role of Carole King in Beautiful on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter Vanessa Carlton makes her official Broadway debut on June 27 portraying another music star, Carole King, in the hit bio-musical Beautiful at the Stephen …

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Thursday, June 27, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tusk Tusk by Arts Review

Following an acclaimed production of The Pillowman last year, Patalog Theatre Co presents their next production, the Melbourne premiere of UK Playwright Polly Stenham’s Tusk Tusk at St Mar…

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Freeform Orders Suburban-Mystery Pilot From “How to Get Away With Murder” Creator Peter Nowalk by Blouin Artinfo

According to TheWrap, creator Peter Nowalk, best known from his series “How to Get Away with Murder” has been tapped by Freeform for a one-hour mystery drama “Close Up.”“Close Up…

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Vanessa Carlton Begins Performances in Beautiful June 27 by Marc J. Franklin

The Grammy-nominated singer-songwriter makes her Broadway debut as Carole King.

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Melbourne shines bright as White Night is Reimagined by Arts Review

White Night Reimagined will dazzle and delight for another year, with the Victorian Government unveiling the 2019 program for the three-night creative celebration that will bring Melbourne t…

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Percy Jackson Musical The Lightning Thief Mixes Young Adult Classic With Rock Vibe by Bill Hirschman

Theatreworks USA’s touring production of The Lightning Thief is what results from mixing a young adult classic with a rock concert vibe à la Rent: a sometimes intense, yet always laid bac…

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Grammy Nominee Vanessa Carlton Makes Broadway Debut in Beautiful June 27 by Ryan McPhee

The "A Thousand Miles" singer-songwriter plays Carole King in the bio-musical.

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We're Only Alive for a Short Amount of Time Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

David Cale's autobiographical musical memoir opens at The Public Theater following its world premiere in Chicago.

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Ali Ewoldt, Adam Heller, Jenny Powers, Robert Petkoff, More Star in Muny 1776 by Andrew Gans

The limited engagement begins June 27 at the St. Louis venue.

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This weekend's Juneteenth celebration will remember Antwon Rose by Kaisha Jantsch / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

A memorial service for Antwon Rose will be held Saturday as part of this year’s Juneteenth event celebrating black freedom. 

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The best things to do in Pittsburgh this weekend: June 27-30

Events include Juneteenth, WYEP Summer Music Festival, Zac Brown Band and Slightly Stoopid.

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