Monday, October 22, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: Watch Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Chelsea Packard Sing 'You Will Be Found' by Stage Tube

Dear Evan Hansen has been turned into a young adult novel currently on a national book tour. Watch as musical writersBenj Pasek, andJustin Pauljoined byChelsea Packard perform 'You Will Be F…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Raise a Glass! See Jez Butterworth & the Cast of The Ferryman Gather Round the Broadway.com Portrait Booth by Broadway.com

Jez Butterworth's Olivier-winning play The Ferryman opened on Broadway on October 21. The acclaimed production tells the story of the Carney family and the mysterious visitor that interr…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Andrea McCardle Will Play Miss Hannigan in Annie by Adam Hetrick

Broadway’s original Annie returns to the hit musical in New Jersey.

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Odds & Ends: Matthew Broderick Cast in Netflix Comedy Daybreak & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today and this weekend. Matthew Broderick Cast in Netflix Comedy Daybreak Matthew Broderick has booked a sweet new TV gig. The t…

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Summer Star Ariana DeBose Will Play Birdland With Addicted to Love by Adam Hetrick

A Tony Award nominee for her star turn in Broadway's new Donna Summer bio-musical, DeBose will perform songs by Jessie J, Katy Perry, Paul McCartney, and more.

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Theatre Jobs: What Does It Take to Record a Broadway Cast Album? by Ruthie Fierberg

What a cast album producer does, how it differs from pop music producers, and the traits necessary to become one of the greats.

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Watch the Cast of Broadway’s Critically Acclaimed The Ferryman on the Red Carpet by Ruthie Fierberg

Playwright Jez Butterworth and members of the 21-actor company celebrated opening night October 21.

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Watch Sheridan Smith Belt Out ’Don't Rain on My Parade’ From Funny Girl, Heading to Movie Theatres by Andrew Gans

The revival will be broadcast in movie theatres worldwide October 24.

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Head Over Heels Celebrates 100 Performances on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Go-Go’s musical opened on Broadway July 26 at the Hudson Theatre.

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How Christian Borle Convinced Sutton Foster to Perform Chess by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth remembers Audra McDonald and Will Swenson’s wedding, plus how Sutton Foster and Julia Murney came to star in the 2003 Chess concert.

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American Theatre Wing Awards National Theatre Company Grants by American Theatre Editors

Ten theatres will receive $10,000 grants to support general operating costs.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Imogen Heap Speaks to Music of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD; Album Out Nov 2 by BroadwayWorld

This evening, 22 October 2018, Sony Music Masterworks together with Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Producers launched The Music of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, an album of music by …

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BWW TV: THE FERRYMAN Arrives on Broadway- Go Inside Opening Night! by Tv - Opening Night Special

The best of Broadway gathered last night at theBernard B. JacobsTheatre, where the epic tale of The Ferryman opened officially on Broadway.

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VIDEO: On This Day, October 22- Happy Birthday, Marc Shaiman! by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day we celebrate legendary composer of stage and screen, the great Marc Shaiman

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Frankenstein review at Sutton House, London – ‘an inventive adaptation’ by Julia Rank

  Writer/director Katharine Armitage’s adaptation of Frankenstein – a site-specific promenade but not all that immersive production in spite of being billed

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The Broadway.com Show: Laura Donnelly and the Cast of The FerrymanCelebrate Opening Night on Broadway by Broadway.com

Hit the red carpet with Jez Butterworth, Laura Donnelly and the cast of The Ferryman on opening night.

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Everybody Cut, Everybody Cut! Jeremy Kushnier & Jennifer Laura Thompson Reunite 20 Years After Footloose by Paul Wontorek

Twenty years ago, they were the hottest thing in denim. When Jeremy Kushnier and Jennifer Laura Thompson took to the stage of the Richard Rodgers Theatre on opening night of Footloose on Oct…

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Madelaine Warren’s “Mad for Romance” Debuts Tonight, Monday October 22nd at 7pm, at Don’t Tell Mama

On Monday, October 22 at 7:00 PM, Madelaine Warren brings to Don’t Tell Mama her third solo show, Mad for Romance—a lineup of great songs that explore the ups and downs of romance. These…

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Broadway Box Office Rings Up $34M; ‘The Ferryman’, ‘Lifespan Of A Fact’ Get Warm Welcomes by Greg Evans

Broadway box office continued apace as fall settled on the theater district, with a raft of recent arrivals helping to push grosses up a slight 3% over last week to $34,344,693. Attendance f…

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A Letter from the Publisher by Scott Barbarino

As the Publisher and Editor-in-Chief of NiteLifeExchange.com, I am proud to say that we have successfully launched PtownNiteLife.com. Our goal with Ptown Nitelife is not only to showcase the…

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Original Star Andrea McArdle Comes To The Axelrod As Ms. Hannigan in ANNIE by BroadwayWorld

Leapin' lizards 'Annie' is coming to the Jersey Shore Broadway's original Annie, Andrea McArdle, will grace the Axelrod stage as Ms. Hannigan from November 2-18. This new production of 'Anni…

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TYA/USA Announces Programming for Festival and Conference in May 2019 by American Theatre Editors

Young-audience theatremakers will convene at the Alliance Theatre for a conference and performances from around the world.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Despite fine cast, Constellation’s ‘Aida’ slumps by Celia Wren

Production is a stilted, scaled-down version of the Broadway musical.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 10/22

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for th…

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Review Roundup: See What Critics Had to Say About WISE CHILDREN by Review Roundups

Emma Rice brings her unique, exuberantly impish vision to Angela Carter's great last novel, Wise Children, launching her new theatre company of the same name and its London residency at The …

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Exclusive Look at Making of The Bengsons' Hundred Days Cast Album by Logan Culwell-Block

Watch as The Bengsons record their new musical in a recording studio with a live studio audience.

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 10/21/18 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 10212018.

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Photo Flash: They Still Got the Beat! HEAD OVER HEELS Celebrates 100 Shows on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

OnSunday, October 21, the company of the new Broadway musical HEAD OVER HEELS, featuring the music of The Go-Go's, celebrated 100 performances at the Hudson Theatre.The cast was joined byBil…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 10/22

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS Read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the …

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Grosses Analysis: Lauren Ambrose Brings Loverly-Sized Crowds to My Fair Lady Before Final Bow by Ryan McPhee

The Tony Award nominee played her final performance in the Broadway revival October 21; Laura Benanti waits in the wings.

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Stars Step Out to Celebrate the Opening Night of The Ferryman on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Jez Butterworth's acclaimed drama The Ferryman opened at Broadway's Jacobs Theatre on October 21. Laura Donnelly, Paddy Considine and Genevieve O'Reilly lead the large ensemble c…

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Adam Chanler-Berat & Jane Kaczmarek to Lead Lindsey Ferrentino's World Premiere The Year to Come at La Jolla by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for the world premiere staging of The Year to Come, a new work by Lindsey Ferrentino (Ugly Lies the Bone) appearing at San Diego's La Jolla Playhouse this winter. Ann…

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Broadway Grosses: Audiences Can't Get Enough of Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones & Bobby Cannavale; That's a Fact by Broadway.com

This past week, Broadway crowds were treated to the opening of a world premiere play led by a trio of beloved stars. Daniel Radcliffe, Cherry Jones and Bobby Cannavale lead The Lifespan of a…

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This Week's #LiveAtFive Guests Include a Two-Time Tony Nominee, a Hogwarts Student & More! by Caitlin Moynihan

Broadway.com #LiveatFive is a daily news show on Facebook Live, in which Broadway.com editors discuss what's going on in the theater community and chat with stage stars about their …

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Phantom and Anastasia Star Ramin Karimloo Will Play San Francisco by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award nominee will appear with Seth Rudetsky as part of the Broadway @ The Herbst series.

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Mia Chung's Catch as Catch Can Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The world premiere from Page 73 kicks off a limited run at the New Ohio Theatre October 22.

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Unresolved Mother-Son Issues: “Apologia” off-Broadway by Philip

Line readings are a generally under-valued (and under-credited) facet of the actor’s craft. As many times as you see “Hamlet,” for example, is how many different readings of the “To …

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A Look at the Charlie and the Chocolate Factory National Tour by Marc J. Franklin

Noah Weisberg stars as Willy Wonka in the touring production, which launched September 21 in Buffalo, New York.

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Kathleen Capdesuner Named Roundabout's New Directing Fellow by Olivia Clement

Capdesuner will assist on and Off-Broadway during the 2018–2019 season.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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For one lucky college senior, graduating will mean seeing their musical at Signature by Peter Marks

The Shirlington company announces workshop-linkup with Yale University.

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Adam Chanler-Berat, Jane Kaczmarek, More Cast in Lindsey Ferrentino's The Year to Come by Andrew Gans

Performances will begin December 4 at the La Jolla Playhouse under the direction of Anne Kauffman.

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NEWS: Royal Court’s new season includes premiere of Jack Thorne’s the end of history… & Kylie Jenner play by Press Releases

The Royal Court Theatre has announced its new season of work, running from February to August 2019, features the premiere of writer Jack Thorne’s new play the end of history… directed by…

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Review: ‘Blithe Spirit’ at Other Voices Theatre by Terri Magers

This Halloween season, Other Voices Theatre is conjuring up a delightful evening of comedy in Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit, brilliantly directed by Susan Thornton. Wishing to observe the be…

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Rebecca Luker Takes the Stage as Part of the Inner Voices Series of Solo Work by Hannah Vine

The series kicks off performances October 22 at the TBG Mainstage Theatre.

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Photo Flash: See What the Candy Man Can Do in CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY by BroadwayWorld

The tour opened last month in Buffalo, NY to rave reviews and set a newrecordas the highest grossing and attended tour launch in Shea's history. Just finishing its third week in Chicago, the…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine and Rory O'Malley! by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Broadway alum Ilana Levine, who makes her entrance onto the podcast stage with her new show Little Known Facts. Ilana's unique brand of celebrity interview, …

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Photo Flash: Check Out Rebecca Luker, Finn Douglas and Farah Alvin in INNER VOICES by BroadwayWorld

PREMIERESpresents INNER VOICES, the biennial series of solo works featuring new teams of playwrights and composers. Performances begin tonight at 800pm for a limited run through Saturday, No…

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Exclusive Podcast: Go 'Behind the Curtain' with Theatre Historian Steven Suskin by Behind The Curtain

One of Broadway's most respected chroniclers, Steven Suskin, swings by Shetler Studios to talk to Rob and Kevin about his career as a General Manager AND as the author of some of Broadway's …

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The devastating, must-see 'Private Peaceful' asks, What is a coward? by Chris Jones

During World War I, many British soldiers, which is to say many young men of 16 or 17 years old, were court martialed and then shot, proverbially at dawn, by a firing squad made up of combat…

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Broadway Review: “The Lifespan of a Fact” Reexamines the Parameters of Truth at Studio 54 by David Roberts

The obvious connection to the current debate concerning the place of truth in politics plays well in “The Lifespan of a Fact.” The playwrights develop their argument carefully and with t…

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The Broadway.com Show: Laura Donnelly and the Cast of The Ferryman Celebrate Opening Night on Broadway by Broadway.com

Hit the red carpet with Jez Butterworth, Laura Donnelly and the cast of The Ferryman on opening night.

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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Best Broadway Halloween Costumes of 2018 by Lindsey Sullivan

It's October 22, which means fans have just about a week to prep their Halloween costumes. Need some inspiration? Want to put a Broadway spin on your ensemble for the big night? We asked…

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Kristin Chenoweth, Idina Menzel & Ariana Grande Join Stars Past and Present in Wicked Anniversary Special by Eric King

The hit musical Wicked is about to celebrate 15 years on Broadway. To celebrate the milestone, the show will air A Very Wicked Halloween, an hour-long special, hosted by original Broadw…

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Review: ‘Evil Dead: The Musical’ by Deer In The Spotlight Productions at Motor House by Cybele Pomeroy

Evil Dead: The Musical is full of guts and gore and audience involvement, like Rocky Horror Show meets Little Shop Of Horrors meets Gallagher, as directed by Quentin Tarantino’s drunk half…

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Steppin’ Out With Ben Vereen to Play Thanksgiving Engagement at the Cutting Room by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award-winning star of Pippin and Jesus Christ Superstar will headline two special holiday concerts November 22–23.

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Tracing the Origins of the Freak Show with Dr. Matt DiCintio by Michael Lueger

By Michael Lueger. In this week's Theatre History Podcast, Matt DiCintio on the origins of the freak show and its lasting influence on our perceptions of disability, race, and physical diff…

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Exit Interview: Lauren Ambrose Says Goodbye to Eliza but Hopes to Keep the Boots by Alexis Soloski

Sharing stories of a professionally thrilling Broadway role in “My Fair Lady” that coincided with personal loss.

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Review: ‘Blight’ by Pinky Swear Productions at Anacostia Playhouse by John Stoltenberg

A few years ago, the teenage son of a single mom shot up a Planned Parenthood clinic, and now the nice suburban home they lived in is a blight. The house not only brings the neighborhood dow…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Figaro in Four Quartets’ by the In Series by Beatrice Loayza

From behind tall blank panels, a cast of characters drawn from Mozart’s The Marriage of Figaro emerge, dressed in all white period garb, staging vignettes of frustrated and consummated lov…

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Everything’s Different, Nothing’s Changed: ‘Company’ With a Female Bobbie by American Theatre Editors

By flipping a few genders, Marianne Elliott's new London revival turns Sondheim and Furth's classic into a meditation on modern relationships.

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at THE FERRYMAN by Jennifer Broski

The Ferryman opened yesterday, Sunday, October 21, at theBernard B. JacobsTheatre 242 W. 45th Street on Broadway. See who showed up to walk the red carpet before the show below

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Photos: First Look at Harvey Fierstein's TORCH SONG on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

Harvey Fierstein's Torch Songis now in previews at The Hayes Theater. Get a first look at the production below

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First Look at Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song on Broadway by Cleo Aukland

Starring Michael Urie and Mercedes Ruehl, Torch Song opens after a successful run at Off-Broadway's Second Stage.

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Michael James Leslie Replaces James Monroe Iglehart in Kennedy Center's Little Shop of Horrors by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway alum Michael James Leslie has stepped in to voice the role of man-eating plant Audrey II in the Kennedy Center's upcoming staging of Little Shop of Horrors. Leslie replaces the …

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ROOMS, a Rock Romance review: Ten years later, fall in love again at MetroStage by Susan Galbraith

What to call the rare and precious experience of sitting in the darkness of a theatre where something has broken out of its own self and taken wing?  Some say a magical work of art is one t…

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INTERVIEW: Meet the cast of the Mayflower Southampton pantomime Dick Whittington by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

It’s pantomime time at the Mayflower Southampton and some of the best-seasoned pantomime performers in the UK are within the stellar cast of Dick Whittington including Joe McElderry, Bobby…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Watch the Trailer for New Terrence McNally Documentary Every Act of Life by Adam Hetrick

Audra McDonald, Angela Lansbury, Nathan Lane, John Kander, and Chita Rivera are featured in the new film about the Tony Award-winning playwright.

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Red Bull Theater, Chicago's Silk Road Rising, and More Named Recipients of 2018 National Theatre Company Grants by Olivia Clement

The American Theatre Wing names the 10 theatres are the recipients of the $10,000 grants.

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Isabel Leonard Stars in Marnie at the Metropolitan Opera Directed by Michael Mayer by Hannah Vine

The new opera by Nico Muhly officially opened October 19.

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Jack Thorne & John Tiffany reunited in new Royal Court season by Robin Johnson

The Royal Court Theatre have announced their new February - August 2019 season, which includes work by Jack Thorne, John Tiffany and Vicky Featherstone. The post Jack Thorne & John Tiff…

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Michael James Leslie Replaces James Monroe Iglehart in DC LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS by BroadwayWorld

The Kennedy Center is getting into the Halloween spirit with its all-star production of Little Shop of Horrors. It has just been announced that James Monroe Iglehart will not be able to perf…

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Michael James Leslie Replaces James Monroe Iglehart in Kennedy Center Little Shop of Horrors by Andrew Gans

Leslie steps into the role of Audrey II for the Washington, D.C. performances.

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Jack Thorne and John Tiffany reunite for Royal Court Theatre’s new sason by Georgia Snow

The Royal Court has unveiled a new season of work, including a production that reunites Jack Thorne and John Tiffany and a

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - October 22nd - KING KONG and THE FERRYMAN Top Growth! by Jeffrey Vizcaino

The top growing current Broadway musicals wereKing Kong4.62,Once On this Island2.45,Head Over Heels1.93,My Fair Lady1.48 andPretty Woman1.32.The top growing current Broadway plays wereThe Fe…

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BWW Blog: Getting to Know the Players of THE WINNING SIDE- Melissa Friedman by BroadwayWorld

Epic Theatre Ensemble is currently presenting the world premiere of The Winning Side, the acclaimed new play by James Wallert, by popular demand. The Winning Side initially began previews on…

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VIDEO: Darren Criss, Barrett Wilbert Weed, Sing DEAR EVAN HANSEN Anthems at NYC Book Tour Stop by Stage Tube

Dear Evan Hansen has been turned into a young adult novel. A national book tour is currently hopping across the country. Get a peek at the New York City launch with videos featuring Darren C…

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Guest Blog: Playwright Josh Azouz On VICTORIA'S KNICKERS by Guest Blog: Josh Azouz

A few years ago, I came across a story about a boy who broke into Buckingham Palace and stole Queen Victoria's knickers. He served a three-month prison sentence and then on release broke bac…

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Opera Atelier prepares to make its Chicago debut with Actéon and Pygmalion by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

The French Baroque operas about two heroes who fall in love, with starkly different consequences, open first in Toronto Oct. 25.

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Music Video: Fiddler on the Roof Tour Star Jesse Weil Sings 'Miracle of Miracles' by Broadway.com

Fiddler on the Roof's Jesse Weil sings "Miracle of Miracles" from the national tour of the beloved musical.

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Here's to the Harvest! Watch Clips from Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman by Broadway.com

After an acclaimed run in London, Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman is now playing on Broadway.

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Sound designer Tom Gibbons: ‘I don’t want to get pigeonholed into a certain style of sound’ by Amber Massie-Blomfield

The award-winning sound designer has carved out a wide-ranging career in theatre, working on some of the most dynamic shows at venues

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Review: Frankenstein, part of We Happy Few’s Horror Rep by Jill Kyle-Keith

We Happy Few specializes in bringing classical plays to life- and what better classic to choose this Halloween season than Mary Shelley’s Gothic horror story, Frankenstein? WHF’s…

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‘Equally fun for children & adults’: QUEST FOR OZ – Musselburgh ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

An infectious cross between an interactive game and a piece of immersive theatre, Quest for Oz sees the paths around Drummohr House near Musselburgh turned into the land of Oz.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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School Version of Footloose Released for Licensing by Adam Hetrick

Watch the exclusive featurette with Footloose screenwriter and lyricist Dean Pitchford chronicling its journey from screen to stage and beyond.

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Theater Review: “The Peculiar Patriot” — All Heart by Bill Marx

The Peculiar Patriot may say it is about making us feel the human price of mass incarceration in America, but there is more than a little True Romance in the mix.

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Manhattan School of Music, Keen Theater Company, and Astoria Performing Arts Center Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill's Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry.

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Rita Harvey’s “Heart Like a Wheel” Would Make Linda Ronstadt Proud by Michael Barbieri

For those of us of a certain generation, the songs of Linda Ronstadt burn brightly in our memories. In her show Heart Like a Wheel: A Tribute to the Music of Linda Ronstadt, the wonderful Ri…

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Playlists Challenge: Misty’s Arinzé Kene by Robin Johnson

In his solo masterpiece Misty, Arinzé writes, acts, sings, recants poetry, and raps - so we set out to learn more about his musical inspirations. The post Playlists Challenge: Misty’s…

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PHOTOS: The Greater Game take a history tour of Leyton Orient during rehearsals by Featured Content

As part of rehearsals for The Greater Game, Michael Greco, James Phelps and the cast paid a very special visit to the grounds of Leyton Orient, where the real-life characters they play left …

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UK version of Ellen’s Stardust Diner opens in Liverpool by Georgia Snow

A restaurant featuring a cast of singing waiters that is dubbing itself the ‘UK’s answer to Ellen’s Stardust Diner’ in New York

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One third of schoolkids ‘do not know who Shakespeare is’ by Georgia Snow

Nearly a third of British schoolchildren do not know William Shakespeare was a playwright, according to new research commissioned by LAMDA. The

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The New York Pops Will Honor Kinky Boots Tony Winner Cyndi Lauper by Andrew Gans

The celebratory evening will be held April 29, 2019, at Carnegie Hall.

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Read Reviews for Wise Children at London's Old Vic by Olivia Clement

Angela Carter's novel is adapted for the stage by Emma Rice, marking the first production from her new company.

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Cendrillon review at Glyndebourne – ‘a cluttered production’ by Amanda Holloway

Massenet’s operatic fairytale is a thing of perfection, his ravishing melodies supported by shimmering solos and feather-light textures. But director Fiona Shaw

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THE PROM Announces Rush Policy; Previews Begin Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway comedy The Prom has announced that a limited number of 40 general rush tickets including the 2 facility fee will be available at the Longacre Theatre box office 220 West 48t…

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Shobana Jeyasingh: Contagion review – the body's feverish battleground by Sanjoy Roy

Imperial War Museum North, ManchesterA dance work about the world flu pandemic that killed millions at the end of the first world war suggests a humanity invadedShobana Jeyasingh’s Contagi…

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Angela Baumgardner & Pedro Ka’awaloa Will Lead the Tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I by Ryan Gilbert

Newcomers Angela Baumgardner and Pedro Ka'awaloa will star in the national tour of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s The King and I as Anna Leonowens and the King of Siam, respectively. …

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Angels in America Alum Amanda Lawrence Cast in National Theatre's Top Girls by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for the upcoming West End staging of Caryl Churchill's wildly innovative 1982 play Top Girls, appearing for the first time at the National Theatre. Lyndsey Turner wil…

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Broadway Balances America Welcomes You to the Rock with Come From Away by Ryan Gilbert

Broadway Across America’s Telly Award-winning collaboration with The Balancing Act, the award-winning morning show on the Lifetime Channel, continues season five of the five-part serie…

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Trav S.D.’s Guide to Horror in Wax Museums by Trav S.D.

With Halloween near upon us today we take a look at a minor but powerful horror subgenre, that of the wax museum based murdering madman. At least since Pygmalion and Galatea, storytellers an…

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A First Look at Switzerland in the West End by Marc J. Franklin

The thriller, which previously played at the Theatre Royal Bath’s Ustinov Studio in London, is set to begin performances November 10.

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‘The Ferryman’ Suffers From Its Countless Irish Clichés (Including a ‘Riverdance’ Sequence) by David Cote

The whiskey flows, rainbows are spotted, tall tales are told and Irish dancing breaks out over dinner.

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‘The reunion concert of your dreams’: LET IT BE – Touring ★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Let It Be is fab way to experience the Fab Four, and without a doubt the reunion concert of your dreams – it’s about time for it to ‘Get Back’ to the West End…

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Episode 164 – Four Time Tony Nominated Director, Michael Greif

Directing Rent would have been enough to make anyone’s career. But Michael Greif added Next To Normal (another Pulitzer Prize winner) and Dear Evan Hansen to his resume, along with a h…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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The Return of Jocelyn Bioh’s School Girls Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

MCC Theater celebrates the show's remount at the Lucille Lortel Theatre following an acclaimed 2017 debut.

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Alina Bzhezhinska Quartet, Vortex, London — in the footsteps of Alice Coltrane

The harpist’s brand of jazz follows in a venerable tradition, but has a distinctive voice of its own

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Amanda Lawrence, Katherine Kingsley, Wendy Kweh, More to Star in National's Top Girls by Olivia Clement

Lyndsey Turner will direct Caryl Churchill’s play at the London theatre in the spring.

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Rock CD Review: “Joe Strummer 001” — He Never Rested on His Laurels by Matt Hanson

What the box set makes adamantly, abundantly clear is how egalitarian Joe Strummer’s musical vision truly was. If you don’t already know his solo work, you should.

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Magic Time!: ‘Chocolate Covered Ants’ by Restoration Stage at THEARC by John Stoltenberg

When three-hours-plus in the theater elapse faster than many a 90-minute performance, it’s a good bet you’ve been in the thrall of a master storyteller. And that’s what hap…

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BWW TV: Get a First Look at FUNNY GIRL Starring Sheridan Smith; In Cinemas This Week! by BroadwayWorld TV

Funny Girl starring Sheridan Smith will be broadcast in cinemas across the UK on 24 October, as part of a worldwide release of the smash-hit stage production that played to critical acclaim …

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of THE FERRYMAN by Jennifer Broski

The Ferryman opened yesterday, Sunday, October 21, at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre 242 W. 45th Street on Broadway.BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out photos from the red carpet be…

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Marnie, Metropolitan Opera, New York — sensitive, smart and fatally flawed

The staging is captivating but Nico Muhly’s score is short on memorable arias

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Enrique Iglesias, O2 Arena, London — astonishingly good fun

The King of Latin Pop delivered a sleek performance with irresistible warmth

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What Did Critics Think of Marnie at the Metropolitan Opera, Directed by Michael Mayer? by Ryan McPhee

Isabel Leonard sings the title role in Nico Muhly and Nicholas Wright's take on the Hitchcockian tale.

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From Ballet to Broadway With Robert Fairchild by Roberto Araujo

The former principal dancer at New York City Ballet made his Broadway debut in An American in Paris in 2015.

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BWW TV: Get a First Look at FUNNY GIRL Starring Sheridan Smith, Being Broadcast in UK Cinemas This Week by BroadwayWorld TV

Funny Girl starring Sheridan Smith will be broadcast in cinemas across the UK on 24 October, as part of a worldwide release of the smash-hit stage production that played to critical acclaim …

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BWW Feature: Radio Frequency Sale Forces Small Theatre Co's to Shell Out Thousands for New Mics- Part 1 by Julie Musbach

We've got trouble, my friends, right here in small town America. And no one is talking about. It's an unfortunate fact that most Americans are well acquainted with the authority of big busin…

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Broadway on TV: Cynthia Erivo?and Whoopi Goldberg for Week of October 22, 2018 by TV News Desk

From stage to screen, Broadway will be represented on TV for the week of October 22, 2018

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Photo Coverage: THE FERRYMAN Cast Takes Opening Night Bows by Jennifer Broski

The Ferryman opened yesterday, Sunday, October 21, at the Bernard B. JacobsTheatre 242 W. 45th Street on Broadway.BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out photos of the cast taking thei…

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Stephen King and John Mellencamp Will Redevelop GHOST BROTHERS OF DARKLAND COUNTY for Licensing by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Licensing is working with Stephen King and John Mellencamp to redevelop their haunting musical for worldwide licensing.

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Thick As Thieves review – harrowing two-hander explores life after being in care by Gareth Llŷr Evans

Theatr Clwyd, MoldTwo friends raised in care meet after many years in a complex drama featuring some deeply committed performancesTowards the climax of Katherine Chandler’s Thick As Thieve…

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Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart review – sharp satire at America's expense by Brian Logan

Royal Albert Hall, LondonThe world-renowned pair team up with comics Mo Amer and Michelle Wolf to tackle Trump, the opioid crisis and gun violence in a night which delivers big laughsPlenty …

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Acting For Others announces 15th annual bucket collection by Robin Johnson

Theatrical charity Acting For Others has revealed the initial participants for its 15th annual bucket collection, which begins today and runs for two weeks. The post Acting For Others announ…

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‘Clear, fun & atmospheric production’: DRACULA – Brockley Jack Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Arrows and Traps make a triumphant return following their adaptation of The White Rose in this atmospheric adaptation of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Jez Butterworth's The Ferryman Celebrates Opening Night on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Olivier Award-winning play opened on Broadway October 21.

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Episode 164 – Michael Greif

  https://www.buzzsprout.com/123341/835971-episode-164-michael-greif.mp3   Directing Rent would have been enough to make anyone’s career. But Michael Greif added Next To N…

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Victoria Clark Directs Rebecca Luker in Jeff Blumenkrantz Musical Scaffolding by Andrew Gans

The new musical is part of the Inner Voices series of solo works, which begins October 22 at the TBG Mainstage Theatre.

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Jazz CD Review: The Mark Master Ensemble — Product of a Powerhouse by Michael Ullman

The latest big band album from Mark Masters beautifully displays his eclectic tastes and deep knowledge of jazz history.

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Dance Review: “Places Please!” — That’s Showbiz by Marcia B. Siegel

Places Please! looks at the backstage life and trauma of performers.

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Cast Complete for London Revival of Fiddler on the Roof, Starring Judy Kuhn and Andy Nyman by Andrew Gans

Trevor Nunn will direct the limited engagement at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

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Theater Review: Livestock and Stock Types in The Ferryman by Sara Holdren

We may as well start with the goose. By the time one of the more than 20 actors in Jez Butterworth’s boisterous behemoth of a new play, The Ferryman, enters with a fat live goose under his…

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, October 22, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Carmel Dean on Renascence and Edna St. Vincent Millay by Victoria Myers

The new musical, Renascence, is about Edna St. Vincent Millay and is the first musical by Carmel Dean. We speak to Carmel about her love of Edna St. Vincent Millay’s poetry, what it was l…

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Full Casting Announced For Menier Chocolate Factory's Revival Of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF by BroadwayWorld

As rehearsals begin today, the Menier Chocolate Factory today announces the full company for its major revival of one of the world's most-beloved musicals of all time, Fiddler on the Roof, i…

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Shortlist Announced For The 2018 BroadwayWorld UK Awards; Voting Now Open! by BroadwayWorld

Today, the shortlist is announced for the 2018BroadwayWorld UK Awards, celebrating the best long-running West End productions and best new productions from around the country. CLICK HERE TO …

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BWW Interview: Edward Bennett Talks MACBETH by Rona Kelly

Edward Bennett returns to the Royal Shakespeare Company for his third season, appearing in Polly Findlay's Macbeth.As the production comes toLondon, Bennett gives us an insight into Findlay'…

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Menier announces full Fiddler On The Roof casting by Robin Johnson

The Menier Chocolate Factory's merry revival of Fiddler On The Roof has announced full casting, with Andy Nyman starring as Teyve. The post Menier announces full Fiddler On The Roof casting …

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Critic’s Pick: Review: A Song of Eternity in ‘Midnight at the Never Get’ by Laura Collins-Hughes

It’s 1963 again, and this chamber musical packs all the heartbreak and bliss of love in a Village gay bar of the era.

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BWW's On This Day - October 22, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on October 22 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Behind the Curtain: Equality (or a lack of it) is still a problem in classical music and ballet by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Gender equity is still an issue in orchestras and racial diversity is still an issue in ballet.

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‘Delivers the essence of the show in a way that speaks to us today’: COMPANY – West End by Emily Garside

The moment Company opened younger audiences who had never seen it before similarly lamented that it could ever have been done with a man. ‘But it’s a woman’s story’. And for 2018 it …

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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China National Peking Opera, Sadler’s Wells, London — mouthwatering costumes, showstopping stunts

The splendidly versatile troupe performed tragedy, adventure and physical comedy

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A Guide for the Homesick Q&A video and photos: How did Doctors Without Borders & homophobia inspire this new play? by Terri Paddock

The night after they faced the press, the team behind the European premiere production of A Guide for the Homesick faced a packed audience, most of whom stayed on to take part enthusiastical…

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Initial Casting Announced For TOP GIRLS At The National Theatre by BroadwayWorld

For the first time the National Theatre will stage Top Girls, Caryl Churchill's wildly innovative play about a country divided by its own ambitions.

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Scott Alan’s The Distance You Have Come review at Cockpit Theatre, London – ‘an uneven song cycle’ by Paul Vale

Though American composer Scott Alan has yet to write a musical, his compositions are loved by musical theatre performers on both sides

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‘A moving & intriguing exploration of the true meaning of home’: JERICHO’S ROSE – Hope Theatre by Liz Dyer

Written by Lilac Yosiphon, who also directs along with Mike Cole and Annie-Lunnette Deakin-Foster, Jericho’s Rose is a moving and intriguing exploration of the true meaning of “home”, …

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Spotlight on Broadway Dolls & Guys by Serena

This week we are featuring Paul Aguirre, creator of Broadway Dolls & Guys which are personalized, one-of-a-kind crocheted dolls in the likeness of Broadway show characters.

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Dancer Julia Erickson will take her final bow with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

After 17 years with Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, Julia Erickson will exit the company after the “Mozart in Motion” program Oct. 26-28.

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5 things to know before you see Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre's new show 'Mozart in Motion' by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Gear up for Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s latest mixed repertory program, “Mozart in Motion.”

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Poll: Have parental or caring responsibilities ever had a negative impact on your career? by Matthew Hemley

This week, campaigning body Parents and Carers in Performing Arts released findings of a report into the challenges faced by people with

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Katherine Kingsley and Siobhan Redmond cast in National Theatre’s first staging of Top Girls by Giverny Masso

Katherine Kingsley and Siobhan Redmond have been cast in the National Theatre’s production of Caryl Churchill’s Top Girls. The National’s first ever

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Read the Reviews for Dear Evan Hansen National Tour in Los Angeles by Andrew Gans

Ben Levi Ross stars as the title role in the Tony-winning musical's touring production, which makes its Los Angeles debut at the Ahmanson Theatre through November 25.

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The Ferryman by Jk Clarke

        by JK Clarke   The more risky elements a director inserts into a stage play, the greater the chance that something will go wrong. But acclaimed director of s…

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Il Bravo review at National Opera House, Wexford – ‘an exciting rediscovery’ by George Hall

Major companies rarely glance at works by Saverio Mercadante, a prolific and admired older contemporary of Donizetti and Bellini who lived long

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Loretta Devine and Tia Mowry to Star in Multi-Generational Comedy Series “Family Reunion” by Blouin Artinfo

Netflix announced that Emmy Award winner Loretta Devine (“Grey’s Anatomy,” “The Carmichael Show”) and Tia Mowry (“Sister, Sister,” “Instant Mom”) will star in the all-new, …

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Ex-Complicite boss Judith Dimant launches new company Wayward Productions by Georgia Snow

Former Complicite producer Judith Dimant has founded a new production company she says will look beyond the usual sources of inspiration to

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Burnley Empire Theatre damaged in arson attack by Giverny Masso

Restoration of the embattled Burnley Empire Theatre has suffered a further blow after a fire broke out following a suspected arson attack.

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Jermyn Street Theatre's Portrait Season Mixes Theatrical Legends With Vibrant New Talent by BroadwayWorld

Jermyn Street Theatre launches into its 25th anniversary year with a season of work that brings together celebrated theatrical figures Trevor Nunn and Howard Brenton with a rich array of exc…

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Forty Four Productions Will Release WEST END DOES: CHRISTMAS EP by BroadwayWorld

Forty Four Productions will be launching a 'WEST END DOES CHRISTMAS EP' featuring West End stars Carrie Hope Fletcher Heathers, Rob Houchen Eugenius, Tyrone Huntley Jesus Christ Superstar, B…

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Photo Flash: First Look at A VERY VERY VERY DARK MATTER at the Bridge Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The world premiere of Martin McDonagh's A Very Very Very Dark Matter at the Bridge Theatre is directed by Matthew Dunster. The cast comprises Johnetta Eula'Mae Ackles, Alistair Benson, Eli…

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Guys and Dolls review at Royal Albert Hall – ‘concert staging of a classic musical’ by Tim Bano

The Royal Albert Hall has done musical spectaculars before. The 10th anniversary production of Les Mis, the 25th anniversary of Phantom, the

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‘A wonderful way to celebrate Frank Loesser’s classic musical’: GUYS & DOLLS – Royal Albert Hall ★★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

This semi-staged concert performance of Frank Loesser’s classic musical Guys & Dolls fully captures the spirit of the story and the characters that leaves you beaming from ear to ear.

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Sasha Waltz’s “Creature” at Oper Koln, Germany by Blouin Artinfo

Sasha Waltz’s “Creature” will be on stage on June 16-17, 2019 at Oper Koln, Germany.“In January 2018, Sasha Waltz was in the depot 1 with the dance theater classic, ‘Allee der Kosm…

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Review Roundup: What Did The Critics Think of THE FERRYMAN on Broadway? by Review Roundups

The Ferryman officially opened last night, Sunday, October 21, at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre 242 W. 45th Street on Broadway.

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On the Couch with Ben Grant by Arts Review

Who is Ben Grant? He’s a cis-gendered white middle class man with all the inherent privilege that entails, and also a theatre maker with a longstanding commitment to new Australian sto…

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‘It’s our responsibility, the people who have survived conflict, to remember every day’: Veteran Cassidy Little on the significance of Soldier O by Featured Content

Ahead of Remembrance Day, Jonathan Lewis' acclaimed play Soldier On re-opens this week for an extended five-week season at The Other Palace. In our series of featured interviews, ex 42 Comma…

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Confessions of a Fairy Godmother by Arts Review

Kate Mulqueen used to be a professional fairy, flitting from one birthday party to another, sparkling wand in hand. Now she’s a fairy godmother to her polyamorous partner’s two children,…

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“An American Dream” at Lyric Opera of Chicago by Blouin Artinfo

“An American Dream” will be on stage at Lyric Opera of Chicago from March 15, 2019 through March 17, 2019.The opera is sung in English with music by Jack Perla and libretto by Jessica Mu…

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Opening Night: The Ferryman by Sandi Durell

  Sunday, October 21 was the opening night of The Ferryman on Broadway. Maya Werner from Theater Pizzazz was on the scene to capture the attendees and cast members at the opening nigh…

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Ira Gasman, Who Brought ‘The Life’ to Life by American Theatre Editors

His road to Broadway was paved with talent, chutzpah, and collaboration.

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Make Believe: The Story of the Myer Christmas Windows by Arts Review

Each November, the unveiling of the annual Myer Christmas windows signals the start of the festive season in Melbourne. For generations, families have made the trip into town to gaze at th…

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The Bridge Theatre in London to host The Stage Awards 2019 by Matthew Hemley

The Stage Awards 2019 will be held at the Bridge Theatre in London for the first time. The Bridge, run by Nicholas

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NEWS: Trevor Nunn, Howard Brenton & a gender-shifting Dorian Gray headline Jermyn Street’s 25th anniversary by Press Releases

Jermyn Street Theatre launches into its 25th anniversary year with a season of work that brings together celebrated theatrical figures Trevor Nunn and Howard Brenton with a rich array of exc…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 06:02AM

‘It’s a masterpiece’: A GUIDE FOR THE HOMESICK – Trafalgar Studios by Aleks Sierz

Ken Urban’s intense and revelatory two-hander is powerfully performed by Clifford Samuel and Douglas Booth. Whatever you compare it with, A Guide for the Homesick thrills both the nerve en…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Wake Up With BWW 10/22: BROADWAY FIGHTS BACK Concert and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Broadway stars will perform in the Broadway Fights Back concert tonight, and more

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“A Very Very Very Dark Matter” at Bridge Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

Martin McDonagh’s “A Very Very Very Dark Matter” makes a world premier at Bridge Theatre, London on October 12, 2018. Directed by Matthew Dunster, the play will be staged through Janua…

Linked From www.blouinartinfo.com at 05:40AM

Tony Roberts: Bred for Broadway by Trav S.D.

Though I like him a great deal, as with Jerry Orbach, whom we profiled here a few days ago, I’m not sure I’d be doing a tribute to stage and screen actor Tony Roberts (b. 1939) i…

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One and the Other: A Performance Memoir by Arts Review

The friendship between Circus stalwarts Sue Broadway and Debra Batton dates back to their time at Circus Oz in the 1990s. Each has had many years of performing in big top tents and theatres …

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Review: Troilus and Cressida, The Royal Shakespeare Theatre by Max Thomas

With first editions dating to 1609 (incidentally the year of the publication of his sonnets), Troilus and Cressida is one of Shakespeare’s later plays. It takes place seven years into the …

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The best things come in threes: @swkplay’s new season features @hopemilltheatr1’s #AspectsOfLove, award-winning show @SAJTheMusical & new #Ben

Southwark Playhouse could never be accused of not championing musicals including productions of new work. Next year’s season will see the transfer Aspects of Love from Manchester’s Hope …

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Dinner at Eight review at National Opera House, Wexford – ‘snappily delivered’ by George Hall

During his tenure Wexford’s artistic director David Agler has made a feature of American operas, with somewhat mixed results. The latest is

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‘I feel like we could all use a good laugh right now’: Dominic Brewer on playing the clown in The Hound of the Baskervilles at the Barn Theatre by Featured Content

We conclude our series of interviews with the three stars of the Barn Theatre, Cirencester's revival of Sherlock Holmes-as-comedy The Hound of the Baskervilles. Now on the case, it's extreme…

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What is ‘good’ theatre? by Dr Kirsty Sedgman

Audience experience researcher Dr Kirsty Sedgman writes on why ideas of 'quality' and 'value' in theatre are all but impossible to measure. The post What is ‘good’ theatre? appe…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: Jez Butterworth's Olivier-Winning THE FERRYMAN is A Harvest of Engaging Characters and Performances by Michael Dale

The angry graffiti painted on the red bricks of the Bogside alleyway, memorializing Irish Republicans who have fallen in the cause of independence, contributes to the ominous mood of the ope…

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Gagarin Way review at Dundee Rep – ‘a resonant, revelatory revival’ by Thom Dibdin

It’s nearly two decades since Gregory Burke’s darkly comic Gagarin Way first burst onto a stage, but Cora Bissett’s new production for

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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HARVEST TIME by Jeremy Gerard

Grief and joy alike suffuse a play that is a triumph through and through.

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‘Shuffle’ at Almeida Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Shuffle,” a musical created by a community company and directed by Dani Parr will be on stage at Almeida Theatre, London, from September 30, 2018.“Shuffle is a playful and powerful ne…

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StageArt to call it time after NINE The Musical by Arts Review

Leading Melbourne independent theatre company, StageArt has announced that NINE The Musical will be their last production, and they will not be continuing in 2019. Executive Producers Kather…

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Lyn Gardner: Regional theatre may be thriving creatively, but what about in five years? by Lyn Gardner

If you wanted a barometer of the rude creative health of regional theatre, then the recent nominees and winners at the UK

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Top 5 theatre shows to see this week (October 22-28) by Natasha Tripney

Macbeth – Barbican Theatre, London Polly Findlay’s Royal Shakespeare Company production, starring Christopher Eccleston and Niamh Cusack, received mixed reviews when it opened in

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 10/21-10/22/2018

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Monday, October 22, 2018 - Monday, October 22, 2018.

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Melbourne International Arts Festival draws to a close after breaking box office records by Arts Review

The 33rd annual Melbourne International Arts Festival came to a close yesterday (Sunday 21 October) after 19 days of dance, theatre, visual arts, architecture, contemporary and classical mus…

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Monday, October 22, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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BROADWAY HEAT: King Kong Edition (The Final 4) by JK

HOT on Broadway (adj): fierce, talented, big potential; has "buzz"; has "it" factor.BROADWAY HEAT: KING KONG EDITIONThe Men of King KongWe are so close now! And speaking of close, …

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Adam Kay’s ‘This is Going to Hurt’ at Garrick Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

Adam Kay’s play, “This is Going to Hurt” will be on performed from October 2, 2018 through October 6, 2018 at Garrick Theatre, London.Writer and comedian Adam Kay brings his hilarious …

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Otello by Arts Review

If you’re an Otello fan, don’t miss this rare opportunity to see Rossini’s operatic interpretation. Written after Shakespeare’s play and before Verdi’s more famous opera, Melbourne…

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‘THE FERRYMAN’ IS GREAT FECKIN’ THEATER: REVIEW by Philip Boroff

Ninety minutes, no intermission has its appeal. But Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman, with two dozen actors, a rabbit, goose, and a real-life baby dramatizing plot lines that explosivel…

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Sally4Ever, Sky Atlantic — fetid brilliance

Julia Davis’s sitcom boasts a lot of sex, plus a palpable relish for grot, goo and gunk

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Brenda Braxton, Daniel Jenkins, Tim Jerome Are Part of October 22 Back to Methuselah Reading by Andrew Gans

David Staller directs the reading for Project Shaw.

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Little Shop of Horror’s Original Seymour is Suddenly Mushnik by Keith Loria

Lee Wilkof looks back at the 1982 production and the upcoming special revival at Washington, D.C.,’s Kennedy Center.

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