Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Review: In This ‘Pride and Prejudice,’ Love Is a Zero-Sum Game by Alexis Soloski

An unconventional Primary Stages adaptation of the Jane Austen novel features gags, dance breaks and other cynical silliness.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Pride and Prejudice

A new stage adaptation of Jane Austen's novel gives the Bennet sisters a comic makeover.

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On the Couch with Emily J. Stewart by Arts Review

Who is Emily J. Stewart? Born in Queensland, the only one in my family, the rest from Tamworth NSW. From the age of 5 to 20 there was not a day that I wasn’t on a horse. The Gold Coast Hin…

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Miracle City heads to Brisbane by Arts Review

Following its recent critically acclaimed season at the Sydney Opera House, the brand new production of Nick Enright and Max Lambert’s celebrated Australian musical Miracle City is headin…

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Sarah Silverman fans make mincemeat of Variety scribe by Brian Logan

TV writer Brian Lowry in hot water, Reginald Hunter says being called misogynist is 'rude' and Omid Djalili tries to crack America – againAn august organ makes a fool of itself this week, …

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Yasmina’s Necklace (Goodman Theatre) by Lauren Whalen

Yasmina’s Necklace is very Muslim in its theme, but also very American – unique yet universal. Thoughtfully directed by Ann Filmer, and featuring a gifted ensemble, the Chicago premiere …

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Campfire Democracy by Peter Finlayson

The carcass of a wild pig is roasting on a spit over an open fire. Surrounding the fire are the men, women, and children who hope to soon partake of the feast promised by the scents wafting …

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Review: ‘St Nicholas’ at Quotidian Theatre Company by Molly Murchie

Make no mistake, St Nicholas at Quotidian Theatre Company is not a Christmas play. Conor McPherson’s one-man-show starring Steve Beall and directed by Jack Sbarbori is a Gothic meditation …

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Peter Pan

Bedlam adapts a childhood favorite for an adult audience.

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Mammoths – Giants of the Ice Age by Arts Review

Currently on display, and exclusive to the Australian Museum in Sydney, the ice age world of woolly mammoths will be brought to life in Mammoths – Giants of the Ice Age. Presented in …

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

SPAMILTON to Close Off-Broadway by BroadwayWorld

According to the New York Times, Gerard Alessandrini's musical parody Spamilton will close Off Broadway on January 7, 2018.

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Spamilton to Close Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Hamilton parody, which recently celebrated 500 performances, will end its run January 7.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes the Legendary Tovah Feldshuh by Behind The Curtain

Come down from your balcony, Golda, because Tovah Feldshuh is sitting down with Rob and Kevin to look back on her incredible career in theatre, film, and television. Tovah dissects not only …

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VIDEO: Ben Platt Takes His Final Bow in DEAR EVAN HANSEN by BroadwayWorld

Ben Platt has been the star of the 2017 season, pouring his heart and tears out every night as troubled yet well-intentioned teenager Evan. Tonight he takes his final bow after a three year …

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Broadway Star and COSBY SHOW Alum Earle Hyman Dies Age 91 by BroadwayWorld

Deadline is reporting that Earle Hyman, best known for his role as Russelll Huxtable on 'The Cosby Show,' has passed away at age 91.

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BWW Review: Lisa Lampanelli's Poignant and Funny STUFFED Explores Body Image and Relationships With Food by Michael Dale

Though her aggressive style of dishing out insults has earned her the title of standup comedy's Queen of Mean, Lisa Lampanelli comes somewhat closer to being the Empress of Empathy in her co…

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Roundabout Offers Special Thanksgiving Week Deal on THE LAST MATCH by Contests - Broadway

Roundabout Theatre Company presents the New York premiere of Anna Ziegler's new play THE LAST MATCH. It's the semifinals of the U.S. Open, and two tennis greats are facing off in the match o…

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VIDEO: Broadway's Beanie Feldstein Discusses LADY BIRD and BFF Ben Platt by Stage Tube

Beanie Feldstein currently leaves audiences infatuated with her adorable portrayal of Minnie Fay in Broadway's HELLO, DOLLY Now she's delving further into film with this season's breakaway h…

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Dear Evan Hansen: Through the Window book published as Platt departs Broadway musical by New York Theater

In his dressing room at “Dear Evan Hansen,” Ben Platt has kept an anonymous letter from a fan: “You stopped me from letting go.” That letter kept him going when “I don’t want to …

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Earle Hyman Dies: Veteran Broadway Actor, Cosby TV Dad Was 91 by Jeremy Gerard

Earle Hyman, a classically trained actor of steady grace, imposing presence and consummate skill, died Friday at the Lillian Booth Actors Home in Englewood, N.J. He was 91. Hyman’s car…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Hadestown warms up in Edmonton but isn’t ready for Broadway yet by Kelly Nestruck

Both the material and the new, proscenium staging could use serious rethinks in parts

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Review: ‘What We’re Up Against’ at WP Theater by Deb Miller

Office politics, gender-based inequality in the workplace, and self-damning outbursts of flagrant misogyny fuel the flames of Theresa Rebeck’s razor-sharp feminist comedy What We’re Up A…

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Photo Flash: It's Like We Have ESPN or Something! First Look at MEAN GIRLS by BroadwayWorld

It's time to find out who can sit with them. MEAN GIRLS opens tonight at the National Theatre in DC and they've just revealed the first production photo via the show's Facebook. Check out Th…

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'Fade' is a fresh new spin on the writer-in-Hollywood play by Chris Jones

As long as Hollywood has hired playwrights from New York or Chicago, which is as long as there has been Hollywood, these transplanted, bought-and-paid-for scribes have written plays about th…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘The Book of Merman’ at DC Arts Center by Guest Author

Review by Jason Williams Playfully tagged as a less expensive alternative to The Book of Mormon, which it satirizes, The Book of Merman quickly moves beyond just being a parody of the aforem…

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SOCIAL: Goodbye, Goodbye - Stars Bid Ben Platt Happy Trails As He Exits DEAR EVAN HANSEN by Julie Musbach

The heartbreaking, heartwarming day has arrived. Today Ben Platt exits DEAR EVAN HANSEN, leaving Evan's journey to continue with Noah Galvin on November 21. Friends, colleagues, and celebrit…

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Review: ‘The Lion King’ at the Hippodrome Theatre by John Harding

The Lion King is epic. It is so full of throat-tightening spectacle and aural splendor that Baltimore’s grand Hippodrome Theatre can appear at times like a modest host. With Julie Taymor…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Review: A Mini-Opera About Thomas Jefferson and Sally Hemings by Steve Cohen

The New York premiere of William Bolcom’s composition, From the Diary of Sally Hemings, could not be more timely. With so much news focused on racial tensions, as well as the recent uproar…

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Theater Review: “Incognito” — Mapping the Brain by Arts Fuse Editor

What we don't know about the brain and the heart drives this at times unwieldy, yet ultimately satisfying, theatrical work.

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Through “Zoot Suit,” L.A. Theatre Engages a Community with Provocative Conversations by James Sims

As a way of continuing its now 50-year tradition of connecting audiences through provocation, Center Theatre Group recently launched Community Conversations—a new program allowing audience…

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CROSSING THE LINE – Cockpit Theatre by Shanine Salmon

We are promised a “choreography with words”, dozens of mini-scenes showing different experiences in making that one step, across a border, taken from myriad film and TV, familiar and unk…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Coming Attractions: November 19 through December 5 — What Will Light Your Fire by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.

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This Week on Broadway for November 19, 2017: Brigadoon by James Marino

Jena Tesse Fox, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere review Brigadoon @ City Center, The Band’s Visit, Latin History for Morons, Office Hour @ The Public Theater, Nine @ Wagner Colle…

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REVIEW: Spongebob Squarepants The Musical, Original Cast Recording ✭✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo That list of writers and the subject matter alone will probably have Broadway purists heading for the exits, but you know what? It works! This post REVIEW: Spongebob Squarepa…

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How to Disappear Completely & Never Be Found – Bristol ★★★★ by Kris Hallett

Funny how some plays can disappear completely and take a while to be found. When Fin Kennedy won the John Whiting award for this work, not one theatre had responded to its open submission.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)

Stage review: Over the moon for PigPen's musical folktale at City Theatre by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

They say there is nothing new under the sun. Ah, but the moon ...

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In 'Welcome to Jesus,' the scary Other lurks in a small Texas town by Kerry Reid

Take the football culture of “Friday Night Lights,” mix it with the supernatural clamminess of “The X-Files,” and strain it through the satiric/horror filter of “Get Out,” and yo…

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Stage review: 'The Humans' dishes out comedy with familial discord at Pittsburgh Public Theater by Christopher Rawson

Thanksgiving came early – and also Christmas and any other family-gathering holiday on your immediate horizon. But Stephen Karam’s disarmingly titled “The Humans” at the Pittsburgh P…

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BWW TV: Watch Robert Fairchild Take on 'The Sword Dance' in BRIGADOON! by BroadwayWorld TV

New York City Center brings the Lerner and Loewe classic, Brigadoon, out of the Highlands mist for the musical's 70th anniversary in a star-studded concert production that unites celebrated …

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CORIOLANUS – Barbican Theatre (RSC) ★★★ by Jonathan Baz

The evening’s star performance comes from Haydn Gwynne who brings a strength and elegance to Volumnia. Playing the ever loving yet overbearing mother of Coriolanus, she dreams of success a…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Chicago Dance Crash celebrates 15 years with its edgy, hip-hop kind of class by Lauren Warnecke

In 2002, an actor, a dancer and a martial artist started a fusion hip-hop contemporary dance company. It sounds like the set-up for a bad joke, but one’s got to wonder if Illinois State Un…

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Muriel’s Wedding: The Musical review at Roslyn Packer Theatre, Sydney – ‘colourful and charming’ by Jane Howard

There is a lot to like about this enthusiastic and colourful stage version of PJ Hogan’s cult 1994 film Muriel’s Wedding. Muriel

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — November 19 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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Simon Hattenstone meets Anna Scher by Simon Hattenstone

For 35 years, Anna Scher put everything into running Britain's least conventional theatre school. Then she fell ill, and was replaced. Now she's teaching again, she tells Simon Hattenstone -…

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#ntNetwork – National Theatre ★★★★ by Carole Woddis

Whoever decided to revive Chayefsky’s film via a stage production made an astute choice. Network could hardly be more topical or timely in an era that has become infamous for false truths,…

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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Nov. 19 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, November 19, 2017 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

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Upcoming Non-Equity Auditions Sunday, Nov. 19 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Non-Equity Auditions from Sunday, November 19, 2017 for productions in your area and around the country.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: BRIGADOON Gets Kilted Up and More Saturday Intermission Pics! by BroadwayWorld

Yesterday was Saturday, and that means it's time for what has become one of the theatre community's most beloved traditions- BroadwayWorld's 'Saturday Intermission Pics' roundup This week BR…

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A Great New Book on Eddie Cantor by Trav S.D.

What with Black Friday and the Holiday season soon upon us, here’s a great gift for the vaudeville lover in your life. David Weinstein’s new book The Eddie Cantor Story: A Jewish…

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BWW Review: TIGER BAY THE MUSICAL, Wales Millennium Centre by Kerrie Nicholson

Having also played host to The Mandela Trilogy opera and new musical Only The Brave, it seems that the Wales Millennium Centre seems to be making a name for itself when it comes to mounting …

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Broadway at the Cabaret: Ben Vereen, Katharine McPhee & More This Week! by BroadwayWorld

What good is sitting alone in your room this week If you don't already have plans to see a Broadway show, come out to see your favorite Broadway stars in a cabaret act instead. Highlight…

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RACHEL TUCKER – Shoreditch Town Hall ★★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Rachel Tucker is a masterful performer, both in terms of her faultless vocals and her ability to embody and live every song she sings.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)

"Man to Man" at Brooklyn Academy of Music by Blouin Artinfo

Brooklyn Academy of Music is hosting the play titled “Man to Man..”The off-Broadway US premiere of the show took place as a part o fthe New Wave Festival that kicked off at the BAM Fishe…

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"Casablanca" returns to Hollywood after 75 years by Blouin Artinfo

The 1942 classic movie “Casablanca” is back in Hollywood to mark the 75th of its release and will be running through various Los Angeles theatres including AMC, Regal and Cinemark.The fi…

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James Harder: The Man in the Fig Costume by Trav S.D.

James “Jimmy” Harder (1931-2009) was born on this day. I’ll cut right to the chase: he’s “Big Fig” from the Fig Newton commercials. If you’re too yo…

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TIGER BAY – Cardiff ★★★★★ by Anne Cox

The Wales Millennium Centre has come of age with its first major foray into story-telling on a truly epic scale. Tiger Bay The Musical is the most significant, largest and innovative product…

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Bridging Artists, Military, Veterans, and Civilian Communities by (jdstokely)

By Maureen White. Maureen White shares what emerged at the March 2017 arts and military convening “Art in the Service of Understanding,” produced by the New England Foundation for the Ar…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: MISS JULIE, Jermyn Street Theatre by Cindy Marcolina

Directed by Jermyn Street Theatre's own artistic director Tom Littler, Miss Julie is revived in an effortlessly visceral new production.

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BWW Review: THE HOUSE OF BERNARDA ALBA, Cervantes Theatre by Gary Naylor

This is a great, complex, problematic, Shakespearean, mythic, disturbing, provocative play.

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BWW Interview: Marisha Wallace Talks New Christmas Album and Solo Concerts by Nicole Ackman

Marisha Wallace is taking over the role of Effie White, alongside Moya Angela and Karen May, in the West End Dreamgirls from 20 November, after being one of the Effie alternates. She's also …

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DICK WHITTINGTON – Oldham ★★★★ by Kristy Stott

The team at Oldham Coliseum always deliver a Christmas cracker with their traditional, raucous and cheeky pantomime fun and this year is no exception. The talented team of familiar faces are…

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BWW's On This Day - November 19, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 19 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

ALADDIN – West End by Emma Clarendon

Directed and choreographed by Casey Nicholaw, the production keeps the spirit of the film alive by retaining its sense of fun and heart thanks to its explosion of energy and the strength of …

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A&R Angels a search for meaning in a digital world by David Friend - The Canadian Press

Maiden play by Kevin Drew of Broken Social Scene grew out of his frustration with modern life

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘The Ugly One’ at Nu Sass Productions by John Stoltenberg

The gutsy woman-centric theater company Nu Sass is notable for producing works that feature women in major roles, onstage and off, typically in a tiny second-floor space on F Street that sea…

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REVIEW: Miss Julie, Jermyn Street Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭ by Helena Payne

By Helena Payne Miss Julie is a powerhouse production and Tom Littler’s direction ensures every word and silence aches with feeling; it should not be missed. This post REVIEW: Miss Julie, …

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Optional clothing & the potential of an open space by Chris Grady

I seem to have had a couple of weeks of creating and being in spaces where extraordinary and unexpected things can happen.

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Rasputin Rocks, Stockwell Playhouse ✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves When you hear that a pair of writers have been working on a show for 10 years before finally bringing it to the stage to find out what it works like in reality, you are ̵…

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Quizzes: Test your theatre knowledge: Complete the musical lyrics

Can you fill in the gaps of these lyrics from some of the greatest British musicals?

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: MARNIE, London Coliseum by Aliya Al-Hassan

After a season that saw some triumphant returns of classic operas, such as the magnificent revival Jonathan Miller's The Barber of Seville, the ENO has taken another gamble on bringing a bra…

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Sarah Silverman: ‘Jokes I made 15 years ago I'd not make today’ by Sophie Heawood

Sarah Silverman’s comedy has always aimed a laser into the dark corners of sexism, racism and religion. But now she’s using her wit to make sense of the huge issues facing America. Sophi…

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Denise Gough: the extraordinarily gifted actress on being the toast of New York by Interview By Susannah Clapp

The award-winning Irish actress talks about taking her performance in People, Places and Things to the States, being bullied in the theatre, and who writes the best roles for womenThree year…

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On my radar: Alexei Sayle’s cultural highlights by Alexei Sayle

The writer, actor and comedian on the joys of cheap restaurants, Otto Dix and that single seat under the stairs on London busesBorn in Anfield, Liverpool, Alexei Sayle studied art before tra…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Tiger Bay the Musical review – all-singing, all-dancing hard times by Susannah Clapp

Wales Millennium Centre, CardiffCardiff’s fabled docks are given the Les Mis treatment in a hulking, lacklustre new musical graced by some exceptional voicesIt is my favourite place name. …

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Meg Stuart: Until Our Hearts Stop review – like a form of competitive gymnastics by Luke Jennings

Sadler’s Wells, LondonSix dancers strip and grapple with abandon in this Bauschian take on intimacy. Then it’s time for audience participation…Meg Stuart is an American choreographer b…

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Quiz review – James Graham has all the right answers by Susannah Clapp

Minerva, ChichesterThis acute take on the Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? cheating case looks set to be another West End transfer for the playwrightJames Graham’s Quiz is an oblique look at…

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We are the Lions, Mr Manager review – powerful tale of workers’ rights by Clare Brennan

The story of Jayaben Desai, heroine of the notorious Grunwick strike in the 70s makes you laugh, feel and thinkAcross the walls of the simple office set runs stencilled lettering: “Grunwic…

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Network review – Bryan Cranston creates studio mayhem by Susannah Clapp

Lyttelton, LondonCranston is compelling as the TV anchorman-gone-rogue in Ivo Van Hove and Lee Hall’s dazzling stage version of the 1976 filmFlesh and gizmo. Substance and reflections. Wat…

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Inside Pussy Riot review – a soft-labour sentence by Hannah Jane Parkinson

This immersive story of the art-punk group sent to a Russian labour camp has too many laughs to hit homeYou will remember Pussy Riot as the art-punk group who, thanks to a 40-second guerrill…

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Cassio Audi Transitions From Music To Finance by Rino16

The early life of Cassio Audi symbolizes the possibilities of changing careers at any time and point in life. Cassio Audi was a prominent musician who stood in as a drummer with the Viper Ba…

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BWW Review: Christopher Wheeldon Stages a Thrilling City Center Mounting of Lerner and Loewe's Sumptuous BRIGADOON by Michael Dale

Like the city where it was born and nurtured, the American musical play differs from similar stage entertainments because it was developed by a combination of cultures merging into a unique …

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BWW Interview: Marisha Wallace Discusses New Christmas Album and Solo Concerts by Nicole Ackman

Marisha Wallace is taking over the role of Effie White, alongside Moya Angela and Karen May, in the West End Dreamgirls from 20 November, after being one of the Effie alternates. She's also …

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Marnie review at the London Coliseum – ‘an outstanding acievement’ by George Hall

Back in June 2011 English National Opera staged the world premiere of Nico Muhly’s first opera, Two Boys – a co-production with

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Hull’s year of culture: ‘We look at our city with new eyes’ by Rachel Cooke

The real story of Hull’s year as City of Culture is how it’s transformed the lives of local people. Here they discuss 2017’s highlights – and what its legacy might beIn July 2016, Sh…

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Sunday, November 19, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Final Bow: Final Bow: Charlotte Parry Looks Backward and Forward on Her Time With the Conways

Parry stars in Rebecca Taichman's revival of the J.B. Priestley drama.

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Muriel's Wedding: the Musical review – gutsy and brash sendup of all things Australiana by Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

Abba is everywhere in PJ Hogan’s musical adaptation, which pulsates with high-spirited fun but eschews the film’s feminist endingWhen PJ Hogan first approached Abba in the 1990s to ask i…

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Ben Vereen Serves up Thanksgiving Week Cabaret Show in NYC by Robert Viagas

The Tony winner follows up his sold-out 2016 stand at Feinstein’s/54 Below.

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World Premiere of Mean Girls Musical Officially Opens November 19 by Ryan McPhee

The stage adaptation of the 2003 comedy plays an out-of-town engagement in Washington, D.C. before a spring Broadway bow.

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Judy Collins Will Sing a New Love Letter to Stephen Sondheim by Robert Viagas

Her recording of his “Send in the Clowns” won the Song of the Year Grammy in 1976.

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From Grease to Bandstand: A Look Back at Laura Osnes On The Stage by Hannah Vine

A celebration of the two-time Tony nominee on her birthday, November 19.

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See Hillary Clinton, Meryl Streep, Andrew Garfield, and More Visit Broadway by Hannah Vine

A look at the celebrities who stopped by the Great White Way to take in shows this past month.

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Check Out the 41 Best-Selling Cast Recordings of All Time by Hannah Vine

Can you name the musical cast albums that have achieved multi-platinum status? The list includes a few surprises.

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Ben Platt Departs Tony-Winning Role in Dear Evan Hansen November 19 by Andrew Gans

The award-winning actor will first be succeeded by Noah Galvin and, subsequently, Taylor Trensch.

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How Long Does It Take to Write a 14-Minute Orchestral Masterwork? by Andrew Mellor

New York Philharmonic audiences discover the voice of Bent Sørensen, whose provocative sound premieres this month.

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