Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘The Second City-Cure for the Common Comedy’ at The Smith Theater by Susan Brall

On Saturday, June 22, 2019 the Columbia Festival of the Arts presented “The Second City-Cure for the Common Comedy” at the Smith Theatre, Horowitz Center at Howard Community College in C…

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Arts Review: Columbia Festival of the Arts Presents ‘David Dimitri L’homme Cirque-One-Man Circus’ at Merriweather District by Susan Brall

The Columbia Festival of the Arts presented “David Dimitri L’homme Cirque-One-Man Circus” at Merriweather District in Downtown Columbia, Maryland from June 20-23.  Dimitri has been la…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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The Mountains Look Different by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

A mash-up of Eugene O’Neill’s "Anna Christie" (set in Manhattan and off the coasts of Provincetown and Boston) and "Desire under the Elms "(with a rural New England setting), the play is…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Exposing THE SECRET LIFE OF BEES by Peter Filichia

Such distinguished dramatists as Edward Albee and Lillian Hellman couldn’t do it. And while we’re at it, neither Nobel-prize winner...Continue Reading The post Exposing THE SECRET LIFE O…

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Today on Broadway: Monday, June 24, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: PBS to Broadcast Shakespeare in the Park’s “Much Ado,” “SIX” & “Tina” Perform at West End Live, Beth Malone to Bring Molly Brown to NYC “Today on Broadway” is a…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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BWW Exclusive: Go Behind The Scenes of KINKY BOOTS at The Muny - Part One!

Kinky Boots is making its regional premiere at The Muny! BroadwayWorld has an exclusive look at the cast backstage. Check out part one of the photos below!

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Greenwich + Docklands international festival review – an unreal takeover of the streets by Kate Wyver

Various venues, LondonRobotic alien puppets ran riot in south London to open a festival that tackled issues of gender, disability, race and Brexit Stories are scattered like confetti across …

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JIMMYS BLOG: Drew Sinnard- Advice from the Coaches!

This year, a record 86 high school students from across America will participate in The Jimmy Awards, competing for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress as well as other honors and schol…

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From Massachusetts: Into a Sondheim Woods and a Fascist America by Bob Verini

Two concurrent plays in the Berkshires examine the effect of fairy tales, whether on the body human or the body politic The post From Massachusetts: Into a Sondheim Woods and a Fascist Ameri…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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ALADDIN Film Surpasses $800 Million in Sales

Disney's live-action remake of Aladdin has surpassed the $800 million in ticket sales, hitting $810 million, according to Variety. $522 million of that has come from international box office…

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JIMMYS BLOG: Meet a Nominee from the Triangle Rising Stars, Ben Eble

This year, a record 86 high school students from across America will participate in The Jimmy Awards, competing for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress as well as other honors and schol…

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Photo Flash: Norm Lewis Sings the National Anthem at the 17th Annual Achilles Hope and Possibility 4M by TD Bank

NYRR and Achilles International hosted the 17th annual Achilles Hope and Possibility 4M by TD Bank, a four-mile race that had nearly 6,000 participants! Achilles International was establishe…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 06:26PM

Donald MacBride: Jumping Butterballs! by Trav S.D.

I have long mentally penalized character actor Donald MacBride (1893-1957) for being one of the most annoying parts of one of the worst Marx Brothers movies, Room Service (1938). He’s that…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 06:24PM

What’s The Future For Arthouse Films In China? by Artsjournal2

Wang Jingchun, who won the Best Actor award at Cannes, says, “The rising box office is a really good thing. At its worst, we hardly had a box office to speak of. There also used to be a pr…

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Music Publishers Are Pondering New Methods Of Digital Distribution For Orchestras by Artsjournal2

The Music Publishers Association may long for the past, but they’re also trying to plan for the future. “There still is not a lot of ‘jumping to digital’ at professional orchestras s…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 06:06PM

Making Sculpture A Force For Change In Yorkshire by Artsjournal2

In 1977, artists fought for a sculpture park in Yorkshire – but it was a very, very uphill climb. “More than 40 years later the stubbornness appears to have paid off. The YSP is at the h…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 06:06PM

Book Banning Is Becoming A Prison Epidemic by Artsjournal2

It’s for security, officials say, as they ban books about coding and cybersecurity off of lists of books prisoners can receive. But some on the lists date back to the 1990s – and no one…

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The Director Of ‘Crazy Rich Asians’ Says The Young Don’t Have Self-Hatred Baggage by Artsjournal2

Jon Chu, on Asian and Asian American actors in Hollywood: “What’s great about this whole movement is that instead of getting one shot at this next time, maybe we get five. I just hope we…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 06:06PM

Kennedy Center Honors: Top 50 greatest entertainers who still need to be selected by Chris Beachum

Last summer, we offered a special photo gallery of the 50 greatest entertainers still waiting to be selected for the Kennedy Center Honors. Among that group were country music superstar Reba…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Playbill Horoscopes: Animated Movie Musical Edition by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Which animated movie musical should you watch according to your astrological sign?

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Citysong Q&A video and photos: Comparing accents, tattoos & London vs Dublin theatre scenes by Terri Paddock

Dylan Coburn Gray’s Citysong won the 2017 Verity Bargate Award for new and emerging playwrights and now receives its world premiere in this acclaimed co-production between Dublin’s Abbey…

Linked From Terri Paddock at 05:26PM

JIMMYS BLOG: Michael Harp- Learning from the Coaches

This year, a record 86 high school students from across America will participate in The Jimmy Awards, competing for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress as well as other honors and schol…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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“You’ll Be Swell, You’ll Be Great” by Mo Brady

by Eric Ulloa “So, Mr. Goldstone is married to Uncle Jocko?” My fellow farm boy, older and wiser by five years, turned to me laughing and said, “Gays can’t get married. They’re par…

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Yes! Reflections of Molly Bloom by Darryl Reilly

Employing her charming accent with its expressive vocal cadences and exhibiting her alluring sleek physicality and charismatic presence, Moloney totally embodies Molly Bloom as she forcefull…

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Making Your Broadway Debut by Mo Brady

by Anna Altheide The Ensemblist spoke with five  actors (Nikhil  Saboo, Kimberly Dodson, Khadija Tariyan, Jack Sippe…

Linked From www.theensemblist.com at 04:36PM

JIMMYS BLOG: Meet a Nominee from the Nebraska High School Theater Academy, Drew Sinnard!

This year, a record 86 high school students from across America will participate in The Jimmy Awards, competing for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress as well as other honors and schol…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 04:01PM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Cappies Review: ‘Monty Python’s Spamalot’ at Thomas S. Wootton High School by Guest Author

Review submitted by Matthew Bue of Albert Einstein High School. Hear ye hear ye, Thomas S. Wooton high school’s production of “Spamalot” is a roaring good time and will have you laughi…

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JIMMYS BLOG: Jeremy Fuentes- Times Square and DEAR EVAN HANSEN!

This year, a record 86 high school students from across America will participate in The Jimmy Awards, competing for Best Performance by an Actor and Actress as well as other honors and schol…

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Theatre Review: ‘America; It’s Complicated!’ by The Second City at The Kennedy Center by Erin Ridge

  There was no shortage of laughs Thursday night at The Second City’s show “America; It’s Complicated!”. Known for originating the concept of an on-going improvisation comedy troupe…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Will Omaha Become A Center For Children’s Theatre Development? by Artsjournal2

That’s the hope as Rose Theater gets a large new building and plans to open one of the country’s biggest theatre academies – a “game-changer” for Omaha, but perhaps for the wider t…

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Review: Decapitating American History in ‘King Philip’s Head’ by Ben Brantley

Daniel Glenn’s astutely goofy portrait of legislative gridlock in the Plymouth Colony casts women as some seriously conflicted founding fathers.

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Theatre Review: ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ at New Direction Community Theater by Lindsey Pommerenck

Last Saturday night, June 22nd, I was privileged to experience one of the most enjoyable theatre productions in my recent memory. It was intimate, personal, and refreshingly authentic. You c…

Linked From mdtheatreguide.com at 02:09PM

Playwright Sam Hamashima and Director Kathryn Chase Bryer Discuss ‘American Spies’ by David Siegel

Once again Fairfax’s Hub Theatre will be introducing a new playwright, and a new play that highlights America’s common humanity, to a wider DMV audience. This time the playwright is Sam …

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 02:02PM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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New theatre company aims to make pubs and clubs more inclusive for women and non-binary people by Artsjournal1

“Co-founder of [the company] Part of the Night, Olivia Munk, said: ‘My co-founder Jessica Bickel-Barlow and I realised that while we weren’t comfortable going to a pub or club alone, w…

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How the Welsh-language national theatre has blazed a trail for women playwrights and directors by Artsjournal1

“In its 15-year history, more than half of Theatr Genedlaethol Cymru’s productions have been directed by women and close to half have been written by female playwrights. Notably, of the …

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:48PM

‘It’s Our Turn’ — Terence Blanchard’s New Opera Is Rooted In Black Experience by Artsjournal1

“Terence Blanchard knows from experience that an opera that sounds and looks different from the classic repertory can bring new audiences to an old art form. ‘An elderly African American…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:48PM

Know a Theatre: Tennessee Women’s Theater Project of Nashville by Artsjournal1

“Among the throng of honky-tonk bars in downtown Nashville is the Z. Alexander Looby Theatre — home to the Tennessee Women’s Theater Project. American Theatre caught up with company’…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:48PM

Books And Social Media Actually Do Mix by Artsjournal2

Surprising no one who has pr-oordered, ordered, put on reserve at the library, or flat-out bought books mentioned by friends and authors on Twitter or Instagram or Facebook, the consensus is…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:48PM

The Day The Music Stopped by Artsjournal2

Jacobin Magazine’s take on the Baltimore Symphony musicians’ lockout emphasizes worker solidarity, even for elite musicians. “A lockout is probably the nastiest of tactics used by orch…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:48PM

VIDEO: On This Day, June 23 - Celebrating The Life & Work Of Bob Fosse

On this day we're celebrating a giant in a the world's of dance and directing, the legendary Bob Fosse!

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Podcast: BroadwayRadio's 'Tell Me More' Chats with Michael James Scott, L. Steven Taylor on Leading Disney Musicals

On this episode of BroadwayRadio's 'Tell Me More,' Matt Tamanini talks to the long-time stars of two of Broadway's most successful musicals, Michael James Scott of 'Aladdin' and L. Steven Ta…

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‘I’m not sure why we are approaching Broadway prices’: 10 questions for 10 years – Rebecca Caine by Ian Foster

Canadian soprano and OG Cosette, Rebecca Caine  Rebecca Caine may have been in a couple of musicals you’ve heard of before, but my introduction to her was through Tête à Tête’s insp…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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‘A People’s History’ at Capital Fringe Will Rock Your Worldview by John Stoltenberg

I remember being so bored by my high school American history class that I got a D in it. This was not normal. My report cards always had A’s and B’s. So the kindly elderly woman who taug…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 12:56PM

Suzan Pitt, Wildly Inventive Filmmaker, Has Died At 75 by Artsjournal2

Pitt “created phantasmagorical worlds in ingenious animated films that dealt with miracles, mortality, depression and women’s sexuality.” – The New York Times

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Why Should We Read Beowulf In The Bathtub? by Artsjournal2

This is actually advice for parents: “We don’t read Ramona, or Junie B. Jones, or The Wild Robot in the bathtub. Those are bedtime books. Bath time is for epics, myths, and classics.…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

The Woman Behind A Lost Velasquez Was A Baroque-Era Feminist – And The Pope’s Lover by Artsjournal2

Now this is a worthy portrait subject: “Olimpia Maidalchini Pamphilj was the power behind the papal throne, and the reputed lover as well as sister-in-law of Pope Innocent X. Nicknamed Pap…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

St. George Gets Unrestored, And Everyone Breathes A Sigh Of Relief by Artsjournal2

The original “restoration” in a small town in Spain reminded many people of, well, Tintin. This is different, and better. – The New York Times

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Amy Sherald Painted The First Lady’s Portrait, And She Also Captured This 19-Year-Old Girl In A Six-Story Mural by Artsjournal2

Sherald knew she had the mural space on a Target in Philadelphia, and she wanted to paint someone who, to her, represented the community. A young woman in an arts program provided the spark.…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Another Woman Accuses President Donald Trump Of Assault (And The NYT Puts That News In Its Book Section) by Artsjournal2

Though much of the online discussion featured some questions for how the paper decides what’s front-page news, it quickly shifted to the content, and, well, this became front-page news. …

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Here’s How Home Shows Get You Now: You’re Essentially Watching Unlimited-Budget Therapy by Artsjournal2

Yes, there’s even a new home redecoration show called “Unspouse My House.” What the … oh, there’s a reason for this. “If shows like The Bachelor provide a narratively satisfying,…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Something New From Greta Matassa by Artsjournal2

The singer’s first album since 2011 shows off the depth and layers of her career. – Doug Ramsey

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The French Really Like Elton John by Artsjournal2

So much that President Macron just awarded him a Legion d’Honneur, France’s highest award for civilians. – BBC

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The Massive Mistakes Of Art History Include Missing The Reality Of Joan Mitchell by Artsjournal2

We can’t say it better than this: “The career of Joan Mitchell, who once likened Clement Greenberg to a ‘toilet seat,’ ought to remind us of how tribal the art world continues to be.…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Oxford Elects Its First Female Professor Of Poetry by Artsjournal2

So progressive! “After three centuries of Broets (I’m not sorry) hogging the big chair, Oxford University—arguably the world’s most venerable institution of higher education—has el…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

The American Film Industry Has To Learn To Deal With Fire, And Climate Change by Artsjournal2

When people have a hard time seeing climate change as real, Hollywood could step forward – but it could also cause more problems. “While Hollywood’s version of climate change might bri…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Dancing In The Green by Artsjournal2

Fertility in the arts at the Jacob’s Pillow Gala. – Deborah Jowitt

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Peter Selz, Curator And Art Historian Who Shaped The Berkeley Museum And MoMA, Has Died At 100 by Artsjournal2

Selz’s views strongly shaped MoMA’s take on European and non-Abstract Expressionist art during the late 1950s and early 1960s, and his time at Berkeley made the museum “a locus of acti…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:36PM

Girl From The North Country is heading back to the West End with a cast featuring Katie Brayben, Anna-Jane Casey & Rachel John

Written and directed by Conor McPherson, with music and lyrics by Bob Dylan, Girl From The North Country won two Olivier Awards when it was last in the West End and was an all-round critical…

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BWW Review: Aaron Posner's LIFE SUCKS. Urges Chekhov and His Characters To Get To The Point

'How many of you would just... pretty much like to have sex with me?', a character asks audience members in the middle of a play.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:29PM

Confidence, Fearlessness, and Artistic Direction by Joseph Haj, Rob Melrose

By Joseph Haj, Rob Melrose. Artistic directors Joe Haj, of Minneapolis’s Guthrie Theater, and Rob Melrose, of Houston’s Alley Theatre, talk about confidence and fearlessness, a company o…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Yiddish Fiddler Donates Every Seat to Refugees by Sandi Durell

    The magnificent production of Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish donated every seat in the Stage 42 Theater to refugees from around the globe in celebration and in honor of World Refugee D…

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Broadway 2019-2020 Season Preview Guide by New York Theater

The 2019-2020 Broadway season is still in formation, but there’s enough exciting already scheduled to offer this preview: Lin-Manuel is producing his hip-hop improv group on Broadway, and …

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This Week on Broadway for June 23, 2019: The Secret Life of Bees @ Atlantic Theater Company by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk about The Secret Life of Bees @ Atlantic Theater Company, Transport Group’s Sweet Charity in Concert, The Mountains Look Differen…

Linked From BroadwayRadio at 11:30AM

‘It soars in its second half’: HAIR THE MUSICAL – Touring ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Over 50 years on and the Age of Aquarius is still providing a relevant, controversial (in parts) and – eventually – thunderously entertaining piece of musical theatre in Hair.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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First look: Iphigenia in Splott, a no-holds-barred exposé on life without a ‘safety net’ by Guest Writer

I was on an airplane, flying back to the States from Heathrow.  I had stopped, as is my habit, at the National Theatre Bookstore before heading back, and purchased my weight in playscripts.…

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Remembering Michael Wilson: The Illustrated Man by Trav S.D.

I get the birthday for the late Michael Wilson (1952-1996), Coney Island USA’s famous Illustrated Man, from this photo spread of his 1989 birthday party by John A. Moser. Wilson was one of…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 10:33AM

After Dark review – a deliciously dank vision of Victorian London by Michael Billington

Finborough, LondonDion Boucicault’s convoluted melodrama is elevated by the earnestness and imagination of Phil Willmott’s canny revival “Spare me the theatricals,” pleads a characte…

Linked From The Guardian at 10:33AM

For Pride Week: Love, Sidney by Trav S.D.

Today being the first day of Pride Week (here in New York anyway), we thought we’d use the occasion for a brief tribute to the historic situation comedy Love Sidney (1981-83). Love, Sidney…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 10:33AM

Waitress London – new production photos released by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff New production photos have been released of Ashley Roberts, Blake Harrison and Lucie Jones in the London production of Waitress the musical at the Adelphi Theatre. This po…

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of INTO THE WOODS at Barrington Stage Co.

Barrington Stage Company presents Into the Woods with performances June 19 through July 13 on the Boyd-Quinson Mainstage.

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HILLARY AND CLINTON Plays its Final Broadway Performance Today

As previously reported, the Broadway production of Hillary and Clinton, a new play by Tony Award nominee Lucas Hnath, plays its final performance today, Sunday, June 23.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:12AM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Exhibit highlights Murphy Avenue’s checkered history by Katharina Woodman

The main street of Sunnyvale’s growing community has seen its ups and downs through the years.

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A Tale of Harry, Larry and Something Scary by Trav S.D.

I was lured to the rim of this rabbit hole of a story initially by learning about the situation comedy Harry’s Girls, a short-lived show that ran on NBC from 1963 through 1964. The premise…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 09:18AM

‘Couldn’t come in a more glorious form’: Hobson’s Choice – Birmingham & London ★★★★★ by Helen McWilliams

David Bintley’s choreography for Hobson’s Choice adeptly assists the artists to convey the story clearly, concisely, comically and is remarkable in the extreme.

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 09:00AM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Somnium review – Strictly pair salute their love with electric swagger by Lyndsey Winship

Sadler’s Wells, LondonKatya and Neil Jones’ show is an old-fashioned crowdpleaser full of cheese, gimmickry and heart-bursting pride Rare is the Strictly Come Dancing pro who hasn’t br…

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All change! Meet the new artistic directors shaking up British theatre by Susannah Clapp, With Interviews By Killian Fox and Lisa O'Kelly

Our critic reflects on the exciting developments sweeping our stages and below, some of the top new recruits share their stories and ways of working British theatre is in the process of a ma…

Linked From The Guardian at 08:12AM

S.F. Bay Area calendar: Bohemian Rhapsody movie night, comedy and more by Lisa Herendeen

With Bohemian Rhapsody (sing-a-long) movie night being held at Oracle Park in San Francisco and stand-up comedy at a winery in Richmond, there is a little something for everyone.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: The White Horse Inn, Renaissance Theatre Berlin ✭✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews The White Horse Inn now playing at The Renaissance Theatre, Berlin. This post REVIEW: The White Horse Inn, Renaissance Theatre Berlin ✭✭✭✭✭ fir…

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‘Intelligently written & superbly acted play’: STRANGE FRUIT – Bush Theatre by Shanine Salmon

This apt revival of Caryl Phillips’ first play, Strange Fruit, stirred up a maelstrom of memories for me, a second generation Caribbean immigrant, growing up in a city on the south coast o…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 07:00AM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Casting announced for Brooklyn the musical at Greenwich Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for the European premiere of Brooklyn the musical at Greenwich Theatre in September 2019. This post Casting announced for Brooklyn the musical at G…

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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‘The words dance, glimmer & gleam like a glitter ball’: CITYSONG – Soho Theatre by Aleks Sierz

Citysong at the Soho Theatre is a beautifully written, poetic journey through time and space in Dublin.

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Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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The week in theatre: Bitter Wheat; Xanadu; Strange Fruit – review by Susannah Clapp

Garrick; Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire; Bush, LondonJohn Malkovich cannot save David Mamet’s lame post-Weinstein satire. Thank heavens for Giffords’ groovy circus spectacular Any sex play…

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Blithe Spirit review – Richard Eyre's skilfully crafted revival by Clare Brennan

Theatre Royal BathJennifer Saunders stars as Madame Arcati in this touching production of the Coward classic When Charles summons a psychic to perform a seance in his home so that he can obs…

Linked From The Guardian at 04:36AM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre stars take a bow ... on a coffee table near you by Dalya Alberge

Avatars of actors may soon perform in 3D dramas in our living rooms, thanks to new technology from British company ImaginariumTheatre is set to be revolutionised by new technology that can …

Linked From The Guardian at 03:18AM
Sunday, June 23, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Podcasts — Confronting: OJ Simpson is a new take on a familiar story

This series humanises those involved in the case and explores what it is to be in the eye of the storm

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Hillary and Clinton Closes on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The new Lucas Hnath play, starring Laurie Metcalf and John Lithgow, ends its engagement at the John Golden Theatre.

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Can You Name These Characters From Their Lyrical Monikers? by Talaura Harms

Guess the musical theatre characters from lyrics in which they are given a nickname.

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