Monday, November 18, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Peter Watt: The Queen’s Tiger by Arts Review

Peter Watt brings to the fore all the passion, adventure and white-knuckle battle scenes that made his beloved Duffy and Macintosh novels so popular in The Queen’s Tiger. It is 1857. Colon…

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Lantern Theater Company presents Anna Ziegler’s ‘The Last Match’ by Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey

The Lantern’s impressively staged production of Anna Ziegler’s 'The Last Match' is funny, heartbreaking, and surprisingly relatable for even the least athletic among us. Jill Ivey review…

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Tennessee Will Hear “Alabama Story” in 2020 in Cumberland County Playhouse Season by Kenneth Jones

Cumberland County Playhouse will conjure “the Deep South of the imagination” in fall 2020 with a new Tennessee production of Alabama Story, the fact-inspired drama about a children’s b…

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Slava’s Snowshow by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

"Slava’s Snowshow" is a unique experience. It is clowning of a sophisticated sort with its wordless skits which takes it beyond language. Its set pieces are outrageous enough to transcend …

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Dwayne Johnson Sings 'You're Welcome' for a Child with Cancer

Dwayne Johnson took to Instagram to honor a young fan's request to hear the actor/singer/former pro wrestler sing his favorite song from 'Moana.'

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Dance Rites returns to Sydney Opera House this November by Arts Review

This weekend, Australia’s fifth annual national First Nations dance competition Dance Rites returns to the Sydney Opera House Forecourt over two days for a free, cross-generational celebra…

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Fleeing Home, but Not Homophobia by Jesse Green

Two plays based on the autobiographical novels of Édouard Louis put the problem of violence against gay men in a larger social context.

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HELLO, DOLLY! National Tour Cancels Detroit Opening Night Due To Truck Malfunction

Broadway in Detroit has announced that tomorrow's opening night performance, (Tuesday, November 19 at 8:00 PM) of the national tour of HELLO DOLLY! at Detroit's Fisher Theatre has been can…

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Imagine Project present “The Tale of Turandot” by Pauline Adamek

THE TALE OF TURANDOT, Imagine Project Family Theatre (Photo Credit Ed Krieger) A sparkling star descends and sprays fairy dust (thanks to the magic of Lily Bartenstein’s effective video…

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17th annual “La Virgen de Guadalupe, Dios Inantzin” by Pauline Adamek

A Los Angeles holiday tradition starring Esperanza America (Latino Theatre Company’s The Mother of Henry, A Mexican Trilogy) as the Virgin and featuring over 100 actors, singers and ind…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

DreamSong by Arts Review

Guaranteeing all who come to the Church of DreamSong will be touched! EbbFlow Theatre Co presents Hugo Chiarella and Robert Tripolino’s DreamSong – an Australian musical satire at the Al…

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BAM Next Wave 2019: ‘The End of Eddy’ by Patricia Contino

  “From my childhood I have no happy memories. I don’t mean to say that I never, in all those years, felt any happiness or joy. But suffering is all-consuming: it somehow gets rid of an…

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A Halloween spectacular: ‘Beetlejuice’ on Broadway by Admin

Winter Garden Theatre, New York, NY.November 14, 2019. “Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice!” To open, Beetlejuice was so not my favorite movie growing up. As a tween, I found it was…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

The End of Eddy and The History of Violence Theater Reviews: A Bullied Gay Boy Becomes A Nearly Murdered Gay Man by New York Theater

The same gay character who is bullied in one play is nearly murdered in another play in a theater some two miles away. In an unusual collaboration, two Brooklyn theaters are simultaneously p…

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Idina Menzel Belts Out 'Let It Go' with Jonathan Groff & Josh Gad at Popular Nightclub G-A-Y by

A trio of Frozen originals with Broadway cred rocked out for fans this weekend in the West End theater district. The Frozen 2 press tour found Tony winner Idina Menzel and Tony nominees Jon…

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Tony Nominee Danielle Brooks Announces the Birth of a Daughter by

Tony-nominated actress Danielle Brooks is now a mom! The beloved stage-and-screen star gave birth to a daughter on November 16. Brooks wrote on Instagram, "11.16.19 ❤️♾❤️ She's p…

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Opening a new musical in the West End has never been more risky by Peter J Snee

Just over a week ago, & Juliet began previews at the Shaftesbury Theatre. Once a major new West End musical would have enjoyed significant advance-media coverage, instead, this has lande…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Tony Nominee Danielle Brooks Gives Birth To Baby Girl

Tony-nominated actress, Danielle Brooks, has joined the ranks of Moms everywhere!

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To be Honest – the voice of a new generation from Western Sydney by Arts Review

This November, Riverside Theatres will present the captivating theatrical work, To be Honest, created in collaboration with young people from Sydney’s Western suburbs. Crafted from a serie…

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Washington Stage Guild delivers simple, effective production of Dickens’ ‘Hard Times’ by Amy Kotkin

Like many of Charles Dickens’s sprawling novels, Hard Times chronicles the lives and times of multiple characters dwelling in England’s mid-19th-century industrial chaos. But unlike the…

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David Byrne Is Burning Up Broadway by Charles Passy

‘American Utopia’ is the latest show led by a music legend that has been embraced by New York audiences

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

White House Announces Trump’s First National Medal Of Arts Winners by Artsjournal

After skipping 2017 and 2018, the White House announced that Trump has chosen actor Jon Voight, novelist James Patterson, president and chief executive officer of WETA (a Washington, D.C. pu…

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Martin Filler: MoMA’s Growth Imperative by Artsjournal

MoMA’s endorsement of unending growth is central to the advancement of corporate values that lie at the heart of the existential crisis facing not just it and countless other cultural inst…

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One Of The Most Significant Music Venues In Washington DC Is Outside A Cellphone Store by Joe Patti

Today CityLab had a post titled “How Go-Go Music Became Kryptonite for Gentrification in D.C.” This was actually a follow up to an article that had come out in the Spring that I bookmark…

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The Lion The Witch and the Wardrobe at Bridge Theatre – First Look by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo  The Lion, The Witch and the Wardrobe based on the novel by C.S. Lewis and directed by Sally Cookson is now playing at the Bridge Theatre, London This post The Lion The Witc…

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Broadway Grosses: Tina Is Simply the Best; New Bio-Show Packs Houses in Highest-Grossing Week by

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical arrived on Broadway to cheering crowds at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on October 12 and opened on November 7 to loads of positive reception; now the new musical…

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Maia Reficco stops by HQ to chat about starring in Evita at New York City Center and more with Beth Stevens.

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For Colored Girls Standout Jayme Lawson on Finding Empowerment on Stage and More by Caitlin Moynihan

Six months ago Jayme Lawson was preparing to graduate from Juilliard group 48. Now, she's appearing as the Lady in Red in Ntozake Shange's For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When …

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John Benjamin Hickey, Matthew Lopez and More Share Their Emotions on Bringing The Inheritance to Broadway on Opening Night by

The Inheritance stars John Benjamin Hickey, Kyle Soller, playwright Matthew Lopez and more celebrate bringing the epic two-part play to Broadway on opening night.

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Get in the Holiday Spirit with These Clips from The Christmas Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes by

The Christmas Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes is officially playing at Radio City! Get a glimspe as this year's fun-filled show!

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Photo Flash: David Harbour, Patrick Wilson, And More Prepare For THE 24 HOUR PLAYS

The writers, directors, actors, and production staff of The 24 Hour Plays are hard at work preparing to honor Kathy Bates with a can't-miss performance tonight.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Two River Theater presents Joe Iconis’s ‘Love in Hate Nation’ by Cameron Kelsall

‘Love in Hate Nation,’ a joyously original riff on bad-girl movie tropes, continues the copacetic relationship of composer Joe Iconis and Two River Theater. Cameron Kelsall reviews.

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Javier Muñoz and More to Commemorate World AIDS Day at The Red Ribbon Revue by Noah Mutterperl

The concert, paying tribute to songwriters who died of HIV/AIDS, will take place December 1.

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Tony Winner Lillias White and Seth Rudetsky to Perform at The Church of Presidents by Dan Meyer

The duo will perform at the finale of Fair Saturday in Quincy, Massachusetts.

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Figurative Painting Is Dead, Right? by Artsjournal2

Not when it’s in the hands of artists of color, especially Black women. The chief curator at Whitechapel Gallery says that, for many artists, “painting minority ethnic subjects was a way…

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Is It Appropriate For A Children’s Exhibition To Have Links To One Of The World’s Biggest Weaponry Manufacturers? by Artsjournal2

Even when it’s the Royal Air Force Museum, a lot of parents are saying that’s a no. – The Observer (UK)

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How Women In The Director’s Chair Can Benefit The Women Starring In The Movies by Artsjournal2

Both Constance Wu and Mindi Kaling say their most recent films – Hustlers for Wu and Late Night for Kaling – benefited from having women as directors. Kaling about Wu’s Hustlers: “No…

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How The Feminist Art Coalition Is Changing The United States In 2020 by Artsjournal2

Though the Met is still perilously close to the percentage that so angered the Guerrilla Girls in 1985, things may be slowly changing – and they may be accelerated just before the U.S.’s…

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The Real Streaming Era Has Begun by Artsjournal2

Streaming services – Netflix, Amazon, etc. etc. etc. – have been challenging Hollywood for years, but before now, the three biggest old companies weren’t involved. Now they’re “all…

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We Are Our Memories, Right? So When We Get Dementia… by Artsjournal

Of course, people with dementia experience significant changes in their self-concept, self-knowledge, social relationships, perception of their own capacity, and even their physical appearan…

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Good Vibrations: A Theory Of Our Consciousness by Artsjournal

How is each of us our own center of experience, receiving information about the rest of the world out there? Why are some things conscious and others apparently not? – The Conversation

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How Some Russian Theatres Are Addressing Social Issues by Artsjournal

“Issues-based theatre when it happens falls into two categories at the moment. Moscow’s Teatr.doc embodies the company that produces grimy work to challenge society – and gets targeted…

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A Life In Art: Dick Waller At 90 by Artsjournal

He was a clarinetist who jammed with Bernstein and Duke Ellington, played with the Cincinnati Symphony for 35 years, then gave it up to open an art gallery. Oh, and he founded a chamber musi…

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When Contemporary Theatre Struggles To Keep Up With The News by Artsjournal

When a play lands can be as crucial as the quality of the writing and the rigour of the dramaturgy. In a ‘new play culture’, always seeking ever newer writers, a play whose timing is jus…

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Iran Shuts Down The Internet Inside The Country by Artsjournal

The government is apparently seeing to silence protestors and quell unrest. So how does a country like Iran switch off internet to a population of more than 80 million? It’s not an easy th…

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A Movie Project BootCamp That Uses AI To Cull by Artsjournal

This year, the program received more than 11,000 submissions for just 17 spots in its third class. The Impact application consists of 70 questions, what Mitchell describes as a “thesis-lik…

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Elizabeth Warren, AOC Weigh In On Taylor Swift’s Music Catalog Dispute by Artsjournal

“Swift’s initial post alleges that Scooter Braun and Scott Borchetta were essentially holding access to her older music hostage, telling her that if she wants to be able to perform the m…

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What Makes A Great American Song? by Artsjournal

For all that composers like Jerome Kern hated jazz and pop interpretations of their work — work generally created, after all, for specific scenes and characters in specific musical plays …

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Next Up In Cancel Culture: Gauguin? by Artsjournal

The artist “repeatedly entered into sexual relations with young girls, ‘marrying’ two of them and fathering children,” reads the wall text. “Gauguin undoubtedly exploited his posit…

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Thousands Of Subscribers Say They Were Hacked After Signing Up For Disney+ by Artsjournal

On 12 November, its first day live, people had technical problems and many complained on social media. Others said they were locked out of their accounts, and since they contacted Disney the…

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Why Centrism Is No Longer At The Center Of Our Politics by Artsjournal

It’s often said that we are also witnessing a crisis of liberalism: liberal norms are being eroded, institutions are under threat, and across Europe, parties of the centre are haemorrhagin…

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Check Out New Broadway Production Photos of The Rose Tattoo, Starring Marisa Tomei by Nathan Skethway

The revival of the Tennessee Williams drama continues at the American Airlines Theatre.

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Off-Broadway Review: “One Discordant Violin” at 59E59 Theaters by David Roberts

As a whole, “One Discordant Violin” satisfies the theatergoer’s palate with an enchanting story that rings true, is compellingly relatable, and plucks the strings of the heart with cos…

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Inciting Conversation: @GaryXXXFisher’s BLACK EXHIBITION by Dan O'Neil

If you can say one thing, and only one thing, about Harris’s body of work thus far, it’s that it certainly seems to incite conversation.

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Go Inside the Press Day for North American Tour of We Will Rock You by Nathan Skethway

The Queen musical plays a limited run at Madison Square Garden's Hulu Theatre.

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Tony Nominee Lucas Steele Joins the Cast of Emojiland: The Musical

Steele was last seen onstage in the Broadway production of Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.

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Swarthmore College presents Doug Varone and Dancers in residency by Merilyn Jackson

Is style just something you recognize when you see it? Doug Varone and Dancers still have it in a special residency performance at Swarthmore, despite two decades of a changing ensemble. Mer…

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Bridges of Madison County cast announced by Gabi Bergman

Based on the best-selling novel, the musical adaptation of The Bridges of Madison County will be making its Australian premiere at the Hayes Theatre next March. Developed by Pulitzer and T…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Evita by Darryl Reilly

Solea Pfeiffer in a scene from New York City Center’s revival of “Evita” (Photo credit: Joan Marcus) Darryl Reilly, Critic Abandoning elaborate scenery and projections for her spirited…

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Alice Fearn and Emma Hatton to Star in Footballers’ Wives - The Musical Showcase by Dan Meyer

The Wicked alums star in the show based on the popular TV series.

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True Stories From the Les Misérables Audition Room by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares tales from the auditions for replacements during Les Miz and announces his next guests for his Town Hall series and his annual Voice for t…

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True Stories From the Audition Room of the Original Les Misérables by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares tales from the auditions for replacements during Les Miz’s early years and announces his next guests for his Town Hall series and his an…

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Fires in the Mirror by Liz Wollman

Midway through Fires in the Mirror, Anna Deavere Smith's moving and generous one-person show about the 1991 Crown Heights riots, Robert Sherman, the head of the City of New York's Increase t…

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‘Tina’ Takes Best-Ever $1.5M; Overall Broadway Box Office Slips At $32M by Greg Evans

Broadway box office took a step back last week, with most shows reporting receipt drops from the prior week (which included Veterans Day Weekend, perhaps boosting tourist money). In all, the…

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Concert review: Singing of unearthly beauty from Tenebrae at the Cathedral Basilica by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The choir's use of candlelight and shadow provides an atmosphere of mystery

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Interview: Stage and Screen Star Susan Egan Talks ENCORE on Disney+

Susan Egan was featured in the second episode of the new Disney+  series Encore! She was a mentor to a group of former castmates of a high school musical production of Beauty and the Beas…

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What Makes Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance the Newest Tentpole of the Theatrical Canon by Ruthie Fierberg

Even before its official Broadway opening November 18, theatregoers have been calling it a seminal work. But why?

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Grosses Analysis: Kristin Chenoweth’s For the Girls Played to Sold-Out Crowds on Broadway by Andrew Gans

The Tony and Emmy winner’s limited engagement at the Nederlander Theatre celebrated her new solo album.

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Who Are The Illusionists? Check Out the 2019 Roster of Broadway Magicians

Watch one jaw-dropping video of each of the six performers starring in Broadway's The Illusionists.

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Riley Keough to Star in Musical Drama DAISY JONES AND THE SIX

Riley Keough is set to star as the lead singer Daisy Jones in Amazon's musical drama Daisy Jones and the Six, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Theatre Horizon presents ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ by Josh Herren

Theatre Horizon’s revival of Philadelphia favorite ‘The Hound of the Baskervilles’ provides lots of laughs, sharp acting, and clever design. Josh Herren reviews.

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Admiring Audrey II from the Inside by Mo Brady

by Mo Brady Eric Wright and Jonathan Groff in Little Shop o…

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Christmas Ain’t A Drag – A Big Band Cabaret Musical to Debut at The Cutting Room by Sandi Durell

    CAAD Partners LLC & The Cutting Room Present “CHRISTMAS AIN’T A DRAG – A BIG BAND CABARET MUSICAL” in its NYC DEBUT on Saturday December 7th, at The Cutting Room. 44 East 3…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 11/18

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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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 11/17/19

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 11/17/2019.

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Broadway: Six Hour “Inheritance” Opens Looking for 2020 Tony Awards, But Martin McDonagh’s “Hangmen” Will Come in Spring by Roger Friedman

The six hour play “The Inheritance” opened last night on Broadway, with eyes on the 2020 Tony Award for Best Play next

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Pianist Leif Ove Andsnes on Mozart's Music by Steve Holt

Andsnes performs with the San Francisco Symphony November 22–24.

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Virginia Opera’s ‘Il Postino’: No “Scary Modern Music” Here by Bob Ashby

Virginia Opera’s artistic director Adam Turner, in his program note for contemporary composer Daniel Catán’s Il Postino, hastens to assure audiences that the company is working to dispe…

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Opera Queensland premieres experimental augmented reality opera experience in prototype app by Peter J Snee

The scene is set for Opera Queensland to lift the curtain on Project AR-ia, an experimental Augmented Reality (AR) opera experience, which uses Google’s AR platform ARCore to transform a h…

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15 Questions in 15 Minutes with Actor and Comic Remy Germinario by Deb Miller

New York-based actor and comedian Remy Germinario is gearing up for his fourth appearance with drag sensation Paige Turner (host and co-creator/producer of NYC’s live drag reality show So …

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Baby to Have Site-Specific Production Starring Alice Ripley

The Richard Maltby Jr. and David Shire musical about impending parenthood will have a limited engagement in New York City this December.

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The Inheritance Celebrates Its Broadway Opening

Matthew Lopez's epic two-parter is now open at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

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Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo Sing "Your Song" on The Late Show

The stars of Moulin Rouge! perform their signature number for Stephen Colbert.

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Martin McDonagh's Hangmen Will Open on Broadway in 2020

McDonagh's Olivier Award-winning play will move into Broadway's Golden Theatre this February.

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Charles Busch and Linda Lavin Retell The Tale of the Allergist's Wife

The playwright and star look back on the original run of his comedy as he prepares to become its leading lady for the first time.

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The Inheritance on Broadway Appraises the Legacy of Gay Life in America

Matthew Lopez's stunning new play comes home to New York after an award-winning run in London.

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Christian Borle Is Happy to Be Playing a Villain (Again) in Little Shop of Horrors

From Willy Wonka to Orin Scrivello, Borle enjoys indulging his devilish side onstage.

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VIDEO: SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE's 'Baby Faye and Her Newsboys' Sketch Parodies GYPSY

During the November 16 episode of on Saturday Night Live, hosted by Harry Styles, the show parodied Gypsy with the sketch 'Baby Faye and Her Newsboys.'

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VIDEO: Krysta Rodriguez Performs 'Beyvita' Medley At Feinstein's/54 Below

Broadway favorite Krysta Rodriguez made her long-awaited Feinstein's/54 Below solo debut this fall, and we're getting a look at one of the concert's standout songs: the 'Beyvita' medley. Kry…

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Upcoming N.Y.C. Auditions for Lempika, Titanic, Catch Me If You Can, and More by Playbill Staff

Find your next job with these Equity calls for Broadway productions and shows across the country.

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The 2019 24 Hour Plays Broadway Gala Is Held November 18 by Olivia Clement

The 19th annual event, honoring Kathy Bates, features performances by Ana Villafañe, Pascale Armand, Sarah Snook, Justin Long, and more.

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BWW TV: Watch Marisa Tomei & More in New Highlights from THE ROSE TATTOO on Broadway

Roundabout Theatre Company's new Broadway production of Tennessee Williams' Tony Award-winning play The Rose Tattoo, directed by Trip Cullman, is entering its final weeks of performances, …

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Winterthur Museum welcomes National Gallery of Art director Kaywin Feldman by Gail Obenreder

The first woman director of the National Gallery of Art has already been shaking up the field around the country. Kaywin Feldman offered a vision for museums of the future in a special lectu…

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BWW TV: Watch Highlights of the Rockettes in the 2019 CHRISTMAS SPECTACULAR!

The Rockettes have high kicked their way back to Radio City Music Hall! The Christmas Spectacular will run through January 5 at the iconic venue. Check out highlights of the ladies in actio…

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What's Playing on Broadway: The 2019 Holiday Season

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the 2019 Holiday Season, including Thanksgiving week, Christmas week, and New Year's week.

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Riven and Vivid: A Review of Oedipus Rex at Court Theatre by Irene Hsiao

A contemporary and timeless vision from the premiere source for classical Greek theater.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Manhattan Theatre Club's BELLA BELLA Begins Final Two Weeks of Performances

Manhattan Theatre Club's world premiere of Bella Bella, written and performed by Tony Award winner Harvey Fierstein (Casa Valentina, Torch Song, Hairspray) and directed by Kimberly Senior (D…

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ABC to Premiere SAME TIME, NEXT CHRISTMAS Starring Lea Michele on December 5

ABC embraces the season with the upcoming original holiday movie a?oeSame Time, Next Christmas,a?? which premieres on Thursday, Dec. 5, at 9:00-11:00 p.m. EST. The soon-to-be fan-favorite ho…

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The Fans Have Chosen! Meet the Top Three Finalists in The Search For Roxie by Caitlin Moynihan

The votes have been counted and now we know the top three finalists in The Search for Roxie! After Chicago casting directors Duncan Stewart and Benton Whitely as well as longtime star Charl…

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See Photos from the Star-Studded Broadway Opening of Matthew Lopez's The Inheritance by Lindsey Sullivan

Matthew Lopez's two-part play The Inheritance opened at Broadway's Ethel Barrymore Theatre on November 17, and what a star-studded evening it was! Take a look at photos from the curtain cal…

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The Search for Roxie Episode 3: Announcing the Top 3 Finalists by

The Search for Roxie host and Chicago alum Paige Davis calls the fan-voted top 3 finalists to tell them the good news - they're coming to New York City to audition in person to become Bro…

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Rebecca Night Replaces Annaleigh Ashford in Roundabout's Importance of Being Earnest Benefit by Andy Lefkowitz

Screen star Rebecca Night will step in for Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford as Cecily Cardew in tonight's Roundabout Theatre Company benefit performance of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being…

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Broadway Horoscope: Long-Running Musicals Edition by Felicia Fitzpatrick

In honor of Chicago and The Lion King celebrating their Broadway anniversaries, we match long-running musicals with your astrological sign.

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Photo Flash: First Look at the Cast of BABY

Out of the Box Theatrics has released “First Look” photos of the cast of their upcoming limited engagement production of BABY. Featuring a book by Sybillie Pearson, lyrics by Richard Mal…

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Review Roundup: Geffen Playhouse's KEY LARGO, Starring Andy Garcia

Geffen Playhouse presents the world premiere adaptation of Key Largo, directed by Tony Award winner Doug Hughes (Doubt, Farragut North) and featuring Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia (Mama …

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Go Inside Eileen Atkins’ Sardi’s Portrait Unveiling by Nathan Skethway

The Tony-nominated star of The Height of the Storm joined the New York restaurant’s famed wall of caricatures November 15.

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FIRST LOOK: Kathryn O’Reilly’s five-star tale of trying to survive childhood trauma, Poisoned Polluted by Featured Content

A tale of two sisters and a bond forged through childhood adversity, Poisoned Polluted has drawn acclaim and plaudits during the first weeks of its run at the Old Red Lion Theatre. Take a lo…

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Theater roundup: PICT's 'Woman in Black'; LeLand Gantt's 'Rhapsody in Black' by Christopher Rawson

Veteran actors James FitzGerald and Martin Giles elevate a standard ghost story. McKeesport native mesmerizes with story of his journey from 

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8 Broadway Shows to Gift Everyone on Your List

Let's be honest: Gift shopping is hard. Does dad really need another tie? Are you really going to believe mom when she says she doesn't want anything? And fingers crossed your sister doesn't…

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The Inheritance writer Matthew Lopez on crafting his supersized Broadway play by Tim Stack

One of the most talked about (and Instagrammed) shows on Broadway this season is Matthew Lopez’s The Inheritance. The epic, two-part play is a modern-day adaptation of E.M. Forster’s cla…

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Saturday Night Live Parodies Gypsy With 'Baby Faye and Her Newsboys' by Logan Culwell-Block

Harry Styles stars alongside Cecily Strong in the homage to the oft-revived musical.

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Film Review: “Marriage Story” — A Divorce From Hell by Erica Abeel

What makes Marriage Story unbalanced and faintly dishonest is that we end up rooting for the clueless male egomaniac. The post Film Review: “Marriage Story” — A Divorce From Hell appea…

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London Jazz Festival serves up a musical spread led by Herbie Hancock and Corinne Bailey Rae

The opening weekend saw a varied Jazz Voice gala, two sets from drummer Terri Lyne Carrington and a headline triumph from Hancock

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BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records with Special Guest, Michael Musto

In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to legendary writer and New York nightlife fixture Michael Musto about the 1968 album 'Diana Ross and The Supremes Sing and Perform Funny Girl.' They als…

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Sock it to You: A Review of The Queen of Sock Pairing at Red Tape Theatre by Jay Van Ort

While it strongly suggests mess, Sophie Weisskoff's play nevertheless becomes an oddly clean portrayal of abuse and capitalist power dynamics.

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‘Their richest show yet’: THE ODYSSEY – Touring ★★★★ by Kris Hallett

In tackling Homer’s The Odyssey, Bristol favourites Living Spit, known for their anarchic, slapstick takes on history’s great and infamous figures, ascend to the next level of ambition.

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James Cusati-Moyer Of Broadway’s ‘Slave Play’ Signed By Paradigm by Greg Evans

EXCLUSIVE: James Cusati-Moyer, currently starring in Broadway’s Slave Play after originating his role in the sold-out Off Broadway production, is now a Paradigm client. In Jeremy O. Harri…

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Smuin’s beloved ‘Christmas Ballet’ is back with a few surprises by Randy McMullen

Smuin Contemporary Ballet is bringing its delightful "Christmas Ballet" to Walnut Creek, Mountain View, S.F. and Carmel.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Can We Talk About How Adorable The Paddington Bear Puppet Is For The New Live Show Paddington Gets in a Jam?!

Get a first look at Paddington Bear before the new family-friendly stage show.

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In Albee's 'Occupant,' A Deceased Sculptor Defends Her Legacy by Susan Stamberg

In what turned out to be playwright Edward Albee's last produced new play, he explored the personality of sculptor Louise Nevelson. Occupant is being performed at Washington, D.C.'s Theater …

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London Theatre News Today: Monday 18 November by Hira

Check out a newly released image featuring all principal cast of Uncle Vanya along with the latest from Dear Evan Hansen. The post London Theatre News Today: Monday 18 November appeared firs…

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Read Reviews for Key Largo, Starring Andy Garcia, at L.A.'s Geffen Playhouse by Dan Meyer

The Doug Hughes-helmed production began performances November 6.

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Broadway Balances America Invites You to Feel Something Different with The Band's Visit Tour by Ryan Gilbert

In the third episode of season six of Broadway Balances America, viewers go behind the scenes of the new touring production of the 2018 Tony Award-winning Best Musical The Band's Visit. With…

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Moulin Rouge! Headliners Karen Olivo & Aaron Tveit Win Over TV Audiences with a Moving Performance of 'Your Song' by

The Late Show with Stephen Colbert offered up a special musical treat for viewers on Friday night, when Tony winner Karen Olivo and Moulin Rouge! co-star Aaron Tveit appeared to show off a …

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Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen Will Transfer to Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

A new dark comedy from Martin McDonagh is headed to the Great White Way. Hangmen, the 2016 Olivier-winning Best Play which made its New York premiere in 2018 at off-Broadway's Atlantic Thea…

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Great Comet Star Lucas Steele Sets Stage Return in Off-Broadway Musical Emojiland by Andy Lefkowitz

Lucas Steele is headed back to the stage. The Tony-nominated standout of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 will take on the role of Skull in Emojiland, a new musical scheduled to p…

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See The Height of the Storm Star Eileen Atkins Receive a Sardi's Portrait by Lindsey Sullivan

Stage great Eileen Atkins is giving a heart-achingly beautiful performance alongside two-time Tony winner Jonathan Pryce in The Height of the Storm. Playwright Florian Zeller's drama is runn…

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Tickets Are Now on Sale for American Buffalo Starring Lawrence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell & Darren Criss by

Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming Broadway revival of David Mamet's three-hander American Buffalo. Neil Pepe will direct the production, slated to begin previews on March 24, 2020 ahe…

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John Rochette Takes Over as Tommy DeVito in Off-Broadway's Jersey Boys by Andy Lefkowitz

John Rochette, a veteran of the hit musical Jersey Boys, steps into the role of Tommy DeVito in the off-Broadway production at New World Stages beginning on November 18. Rochette replaces Ni…

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Nimax Theatres phases out use of ‘ladies and gentlemen’ in front-of-house announcements by Ruth Comerford

Nimax Theatres, owner of West End venues including the Garrick and the Lyric Theatre, has become the latest company to reveal it

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Alohomora! Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: behind the scenes - in pictures

The secrets of the spellbinding West End production are unlocked in a new book that contains previously unseen sketches and designs Continue reading...

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The Mystery of the Raddlesham Mumps review – fiendish verses and curses by Chris Wiegand

The Egg, BathMurray Lachlan Young and Joe Allen deliver a sinister epic about a seven-year-old who inherits his ancestral home Murray Lachlan Young is a born storyteller – even his name ha…

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Glass’s Orphée becomes an all-embracing spectacle at ENO

The audience is enveloped in a shadowy limbo between art and reality, living and dead at the London Coliseum

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Everything’s Coming Up Rosie **** by Barry Gordin

By: Paulanne Simmons November 18, 2019: Singer and musical theater veteran Rosemary Loar says she was “raised in musical theater.” Her mother would escape New Jersey (and her seven …

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BroadwayRadio Patreon Special: Matt’s Take, Part 2 by James Marino

This is a Patreon only release! Thank you for being Patreons. Monday, 11/18 @ 8AM, Matt and James chat about the first five shows Matt has seen on his trip to NYC.  11/16, 2pm: Derren Brown…

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Denise Dickens Named Executive Director of Off-Broadway's Transport Group by Emily Selleck

She most recently served as director of development at Abingdon Theatre Company.

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Check Out New Production Photos From London Premiere of Dear Evan Hansen by Nathan Skethway

The Tony-winning musical officially opens November 19.

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Javier Muñoz to Join HIV+ Performers in THE RED RIBBON REVUE, a World AIDS Day Celebration

On Sunday December 1st, Abrons Arts Center will host The Red Ribbon Revue, a World AIDS Day concert featuring HIV-positive performers celebrating the work of artists with HIV/AIDS, benefitti…

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Chances Are You’ve Never Seen an Instrument Quite Like Blue Man Group ‘s The Drumbone!

Watch the Blue Man Group rock out on this custom instrument that mixes drum and trombone.

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Ragtime, Dancing at Lughnasa, More Will Be Part of Bay Street Theater’s Summer 2020 Season by Andrew Gans

The summer season in Sag Harbor, New York, runs May 26–September 6.

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Broadway Heat: Jagged Little Pill Edition: The Finals! by JK

We are head over feet about Jagged Little Pill , and it looks like you are, too! Last week, you voted in a new record number! This week, your vote will determine THE WINNER! Who do you th…

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David Bates: It’s time the theatre establishment treated cabaret-variety with more respect by David Bates

When I told a fellow producer of spiegeltent-based cabaret-variety shows that I would be bringing La Clique back to the West End,

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Submissions Now Open for 3rd Annual PLAYBILLder Award for Excellence in Marketing by Playbill Staff

The honor, recognizing comprehensive and engaging marketing plans from NYC-area schools, will be presented at the 2020 Roger Rees Awards.

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Review: Olney’s Singin’ in the Rain sings and taps up a storm by Jeffrey Walker

A Hollywood classic gets the royal treatment resulting in a heaping helping of theatrical magic courtesy of Olney Theatre Center’s staging of Singin’ in the Rain. As Hollywood ballyhoo m…

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Meet Scott Brooker, the puppet master behind the big beasts of Hackney’s panto by Nick Smurthwaite

Scott Brooker has created pantomime cows, an ogre and a dragon. Now he’s back with a 9ft gorilla. He talks to Nick

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A Don For All Time: A Review of Don Giovanni at Lyric Opera of Chicago by Aaron Hunt

Robert Falls' understated production does not impose its will upon the audience but rather presents the facts of Mozart's opera plainly.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

BWW TV: Matthew Lopez and the Company of THE INHERITANCE Celebrate Opening Night!

The Barrymore Theatre was the place to be yesterday as the best of Broadway came out to celebrate an epic opening day of The Inheritance- directed by multi Olivier and Tony Award-winner Step…

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A Thornton Wilder World Premiere, as ‘7 Deadly Sins’ Get Their Due by American Theatre Editors

Boston's Suffolk University will present the entire set of Wilder's 'Sins' one-acts for the first time in one program.

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Linda Lavin Acts ‘Opposite Herself’ in The Tale of the Allergist's Wife Reunion by Mark Peikert

As the original cast returns to Broadway's longest running play November 18, playwright Charles Busch takes on Lavin’s lead role (inspired by her performance) as Lavin plays alongside him …

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John Rochette Joins Jersey Boys Cast Off-Broadway November 18 by Olivia Clement

Rochette, who performed in the musical on Broadway, stars as Tommy DeVito.

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Martin McDonagh’s ‘Hangmen’ to Open on Broadway in March by Michael Paulson

The drama, set in a British pub owned by a onetime executioner, won the 2016 Olivier Award for best new play.

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REVIEW: Stray Dogs, Park Theatre 90 London ✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews the World Premiere of Stray Dogs presented by Dead Letter Perfect now playing at the Park Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: Stray Dogs, Park Theatre 90 …

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Literature Live @ Bay Street by Barry Gordin

A Raisin in the Sun, a classic play by Lorraine Hansberry, at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor through December 1, 2019. November 17, 2019: Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor is presenting…

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Thespians Onstage Fall 2019 by Christa Skiles

New school year brings new shows The post Thespians Onstage Fall 2019 appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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What's Playing on Broadway: November 18-24, 2019

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for November 18-24.

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Podcast Episode 202: The Dramaturg for Disney, Hadestown and more, Ken Cerniglia

I’m gonna be honest . . . I never liked the idea of a dramaturg.  “That’s what a Director is for,” I thought. “And a Producer!” Then, I realized that my “dislike” of somethi…

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Report: Method Actor Draws the Line at Oedipus by Broadway Beat

by Roxy Arecco. @roxyarecco. NEW YORK, NY - Local method actor Preston Roberts submitted his resignation for a production of Oedipus Rex yesterday after finally reading the play, in which th…

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Lesli Margherita, Mario Cantone and More to Join Michael Longoria's Christmas Concert at The Green Room 42

Michael Longoria will sing us home for the holidays with a Christmas concert on Tuesday, December 17 at 9:30pm at The Green Room 42 in New York City. The one night only concert is produced b…

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VIDEO: THE SOUND OF MUSIC's Tally Sessions Takes Over Instagram!

The hills were alive this weekend as Tally Sessions took over BroadwayWorld's Instagram Story at Asolo Repertory Theatre's The Sound of Music, exactly 60 years after the iconic musica…

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Jack and the Beanstalk review at Coliseum Theatre, Oldham – ‘entertaining, contemporary pantomime’ by Chris Bartlett

The Coliseum’s Christmas show traditionally heralds the start of panto season. But that’s where the traditions end. Because while this production has

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Text of the Day: When the Crows Visit by Aleks Sierz

Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on

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Podcast Episode 202: The Dramaturg for Disney, Hadestown and more, Ken Cerniglia I’m gonna be honest . . . I never liked the idea of a dramaturg.  “That’s what a Director is for,” I thought. “And a Producer!” T…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

‘The Harrowing of Brimstone McReedy’ is skilful and spooky, even with the odd misstep by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

One-man piece showcases the engaging talents of Eric Woolfe, who pulls the audience in even if some of his sentiments might push them away.

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Stray Dogs review – Russian poet's struggle against Stalin by Arifa Akbar

Park theatre, LondonAnna Akhmatova is forced to choose between artistic integrity and saving her son in Olivia Olsen’s play In 1935, Anna Akhmatova began writing Requiem in Soviet Russia. …

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Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen To Play Broadway by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Martin McDonagh’s new comedy Hangmen will play Broadway’s Golden Theatre for a strictly limited engagement this spring. The critically acclaimed production by the Royal Court Theatre/Atl…

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What Does Disney+ Have For the Musical Fan? by Mark Robinson

The launch of Disney+ had a few snags during its initial rollout, with more subscribers signing on to the new steaming platform than were initially expected. As the kinks begin to be iro…

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Dave Malloy’s Preludes, Ming Peiffer’s Usual Girls, and More Heading to Australia by Olivia Clement

Sydney’s Seymour Centre will welcome several Off-Broadway hits in 2020.

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History of Violence Opens at St. Ann's Warehouse Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Schaubühne Berlin's adaptation of Édouard Louis’ acclaimed autobiographical novel opens November 18.

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The Great Comet’s Lucas Steele Joins Cast of Off-Broadway Musical Emojiland by Andrew Gans

The musical, which will also feature Lesli Margherita, Ann Harada, and Josh Lamon, was a Grand Jury Selection at the 2018 New York Musical Festival.

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Review Roundup: National Tour of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF - What Do the Critics Think?

The North American tour of the Tony Award - nominated Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof in underway. A beloved theatrical classic from Tony-winner Joseph Stein and Pulitzer Prize-winne…

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#Stageworthy News of the Week: Angela Lansbury 77 years later. Impeachment as Theater? Stritch The Bitch? Drama Bookshop Finds a Home! by New York Theater

          So many people (and journalists!) complained that the public impeachment hearings made for dull theater that others angrily denounced the “theater critic school of journali…

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Out Magazine Names Slave Play’s Jeremy O. Harris Showman of the Year by Andrew Gans

The playwright is among those featured on the publication's 2019 Out100 list.

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Photo Flash: Jeanna de Waal and Neil deGrasse Tyson Visit OKLAHOMA!

Rodgers & Hammerstein's Oklahoma! had some special guests over the weekend. Jeanna de Waal, who will be starring in the new musical “Diana” this season caught the show and went backs…

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Paul Sills and the Limitations of Improv by Trav S.D.

His name is not exactly a household word but Paul Sills (1927-2008) was one of the most influential figures in American comedy history, the principal founder of Second City and the key guru …

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Go Inside Opening Night for Matthew Lopez's The Inheritance on Broadway by Nathan Skethway

Original West End cast members Andrew Burnap, John Benjamin Hickey, Samuel H. Levine, and Kyle Soller reprise their performances in the two-part Olivier-winning epic.

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Martin McDonagh's HANGMEN Comes to Broadway in February 2020

The critically acclaimed Royal Court Theatre/Atlantic Theater Company production of Academy Award winner, Olivier Award winner and Tony Award nominee Martin McDonagh's new comedy Hangmen wil…

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Kanye West Will Present His First Opera at the Hollywood Bowl by Playbill Staff

Nebuchadnezzar will include music by West’s Sunday Service Collective, Peter Collins, and Infinities Song.

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Kerry Butler, Will Swenson & More Will Star in BROADWAY VACATION Reading

They've been to Wally World, Europe, and Vegas . . . and now The Griswolds are coming to Broadway!

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Martin McDonagh’s Olivier-Winning ‘Hangmen’ Sets Date With Broadway by Greg Evans

Martin McDonagh’s Olivier Award-winning comedy Hangmen is headed to Broadway. The Royal Court Theatre/Atlantic Theater Company production will begin performances in February 2020 for a str…

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Martin McDonagh’s award-winning play Hangmen heading to Broadway by Sydney Bucksbaum

Martin McDonagh’s Hangmen is heading to Broadway. The award-winning comedy play is set to begin previews at Broadway’s Golden Theatre on Friday, Feb. 28, 2020. It will officially open on…

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The Feingold Column: Recollections of the O’Neill Playwrights Conference–Part 1 by Michael Feingold

To spend two to four weeks enjoying an uncrowded beach and a park full of ancient trees while rehearsing new plays with a crowd of gifted and enthusiastic colleagues was like an invitation t…

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Charles Court Opera’s John Savournin: ‘To have classical singers letting their hair down to Beyoncé is really special’ by Ruth Comerford

John Savournin is the artistic director of chamber opera and musical theatre company Charles Court Opera. He has written 13 pantomimes and

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Off-Broadway Hit Hangmen Will Make Broadway Debut in 2020 by Olivia Clement

Martin McDonagh’s acclaimed dark comedy was recently seen in a sold-out run at Atlantic Theater Company.

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Martin McDonagh’s ‘Hangmen’ will play Broadway this spring by Caitlin Huston

Martin McDonagh’s “Hangmen” will transfer to Broadway this spring following Off-Broadway and West Ends runs.  Directed by Matthew Dunster, the play will begin previews at the Golden T…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Photo Coverage: Go Inside the Epic Opening Night of THE INHERITANCE

The Barrymore Theatre was the place to be yesterday as the best of Broadway came out to celebrate an epic opening day of The Inheritance- directed by multi Olivier and Tony Award-winner Step…

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New Jersey News: Jimmy Webb, Black Violin, Taylor 2 Dance Company, and Voctave Join Kean Stage’s 2020 Season by David Roberts

Kean University continues to offer exciting and eclectic performances to the public, adding four new shows to its lineup for spring 2020 in Wilkins Theatre and the intimate Enlow Recital Hal…

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Voting Now Open For The 2019 BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards, Presented by TodayTix!

Voting is NOW OPEN for the 2019 BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards, brought to you by TodayTix! The BWW Cabaret Awards honor exemplary performers and productions in New York from October 1st, 2018…

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Talkin' Broadway Review: "The Inheritance" 11/17/19 by Marc Miller

Lopez's mammoth depiction of the last 30-odd years of gay American male-hood is a unique meditation.

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, November 18, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Sony Exec Lia Vollack Launches Stage Production Company; Initial Roster Includes Controversial Michael Jackson Musical by Greg Evans

Lia Vollack, a 22-year veteran of Sony Pictures Entertainment’s music and theater divisions, has formed a new company to develop Broadway productions, Deadline has confirmed. Lia Vollack P…

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Meet the Russian theatre groups helping tackle social issues through theatre by Anya Walsh

Arts groups in Russia are helping to tackle social issues including homelessness, depression and addiction with little funding. They tell Anya Walsh

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VIDEO: Lin-Manuel Miranda Announces Production of IN THE HEIGHTS in Puerto Rico

In the Heights is headed to Puerto Rico!

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The Artist Who ‘Kidnapped’ A Banksy Statue Says Sotheby’s Is Selling A Stolen Banksy by Artsjournal2

Did Banksy or Banksy’s associates re-steal the ‘kidnapped” statue? Why aren’t the police interested? And how did those who are selling it at Sotheby’s get into the artist’s garde…

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Post-Moonves CBS Is Doing Better, Right? Uh, Two Writers Just Quit Over A Sexual Harassment Complaint by Artsjournal2

Right after two writers on Carol’s Second Act spoke with HR about inappropriate behavior from executive producer David Hunt (who is married to the star of the show), “they were told that…

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How Has The Current President Affected Publishing? [AUDIO] by Artsjournal2

Whew. All of this: “The response has been that there’s been a couple of very successful books about Trump, but if you’re not writing about Trump, you know, where does that take you? Wh…

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Terry O’Neill, British Photographer Of The Beatles And A Lot More Celebrities, Has Died At 81 by Artsjournal2

O’Neill photographed everyone from the Beatles to Brigitte Bardot, but, he said, the Queen was the only person who ever made him nervous. “I researched some horse-racing jokes to break t…

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As Cord-Cutting Becomes Bundling, The Price Is Going Up by Artsjournal2

Disney is planning to raise the price of Hulu Live by $10 per month, which might not seem like a lot, but it – and AT&T – are bellwethers as “the cost of watching live TV via strea…

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Theatre, We Have A Problem by Artsjournal2

And the problem is that men somehow still think that no matter what women write about, it’s “domestic.” One playwrighting contest judge: “There is still an element of surprise when a…

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Researchers Transcribe Tablets, Cook Meal Made Up Of Recipes That Are 4,000 Years Old by Artsjournal2

A researcher in the 1940s suggested that the tablets had recipes on them, but – shocker! – her fellow researchers didn’t believe her. And yet, she was right. “So far, the cooking tea…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- More with Willie Garson!

Today's conversation is with Lang Leav- an international best-selling author and social media sensation. She is the winner of a Qantas Spirit of Youth Award and coveted Churchill Fellowship.…

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Titian’s greatest works to be reunited in London

Move made possible by Wallace Collection’s decision to lend works for the first time

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BWW Review: In Matthew Lopez's Exhilarating THE INHERITANCE Gay Men Strive For Generational Connection

'He thought of all the men who died in those years and what they might have become, what the world would look like today had they been allowed to end their story on their own terms. Eric won…

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This ‘Agnes of God’ is blessed by a holy trinity of actors by Thomas Floyd

Factory 449’s small-scale production delivers an expertly performed rumination on crises of faith.

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‘Heartfelt but flawed’: STRAY DOGS – Park Theatre by Fairy Powered Productions

Olivia Olsen’s new play about Anna Akhmatova, the Russian poet who voiced the suffering of the people in Stalin’s Russia is heartfelt but flawed.

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The American Theatre Was Killing Me by Amelia Parenteau, Lauren E. Turner

By Amelia Parenteau, Lauren E. Turner. Amelia Parenteau speaks with Lauren E. Turner about racialized trauma in American theatre, Lauren’s experience with it, and healing.

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Roundabout Presents The Importance of Being Earnest, Starring Angela Lansbury, November 18 by Olivia Clement

The one-night-only benefit reading is at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Broadway on TV: Lin-Manuel Miranda, Kristin Chenoweth, & More for Week of November 18, 2019

From stage to screen, Broadway will be represented on TV for the week of November 18, 2019!

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BEHIND THE SCENES: Take a look at the cast bedding in with rehearsal images for new drama Bed Seven by Featured Content

How many rehearsal rooms have their own beds? But that doesn't mean the cast of new drama Bed Seven are taking it easy! Check out the rehearsal gallery, then book your tickets.

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Review Roundup: The National Tour of FROZEN - What Did the Critics Think?

From the producers of The Lion King and Aladdin, Frozen launches a North American tour, commencing in Schenectady, NY prior to an official opening at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los An…

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Call Answered: Adam Ross Glickman: "Disney on Classic", "The Who's Tommy", + Viceland's "Danny's House" by Adam Rothenberg

I first met Adam Ross Glickman when I attended Seven Angels Theatre’s production of my all time favorite Broadway musical, The Who’s Tommy. Adam brought a new dimension to the role of …

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Photo: Lin-Manuel Miranda Receives the Portrait of a Nation Prize

Lin-Manuel Miranda received the Portrait of a Nation Prize from the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery this weekend. The prize was presented to Miranda by former First Lady, Michelle Obam…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, November 18, 2019 by James Marino

INHERITANCE raves, EVITA reviews, Weekly Show Schedule, Olivo and Tveit on Late Night, IN THE HEIGHTS Puerto Rico production announced “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Frid…

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The Trans-Siberian Orchestra Tours For Seven Weeks A Year, And Pulls In $60 Million by Artsjournal2

It’s a holiday miracle: People willing to part with their money for a classical music-prog rock mashup, especially at the holidays. But how did we get to this elaborate two-band tour setup…

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This Woman Had More Than 70,000 Shows That News Stations Lost, Deleted, And Recorded Over by Artsjournal2

Marion Stokes, a former Communist activist who turned into a recluse, recorded MSNBC, CNN, FOX News and many other news programs, more than 70,000 of them, on Betamax and VHS tapes. “Stoke…

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Indie Hit ‘The Farewell’ Should Totally Win Oscars, Right? But Which Oscars? by Artsjournal2

The writer/director of the hit indie, which played to surprisingly robust crowds this summer, says that it was a difficult process to get her film made – no one could figure out where to c…

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NEWS: Experimentorium bring true tale about alcoholism, The Engagement, to the Bread and Roses Theatre by Featured Content

Following a successful run in Brighton, James Alexander Allen's tale about the devastating effect of alcoholism, The Engagement, comes to London's Bread & Roses Theatre later this month.…

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Cast announced for Footballers’ Wives musical workshop by Georgia Snow

A workshop performance of a new musical based on the television series Footballers’ Wives is being staged this week, from the team

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Orphée review at London Coliseum – ‘Netia Jones’ staging is stylish and evocative’ by George Hall

English National Opera has enjoyed significant success with two major Glass pieces: Satyagraha and Akhnaten, which, together with Einstein on the Beach,

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Poll: Which other Sondheim musical would you like to see adapted for the big screen? by Georgia Snow

Last week it was announced that Dominic Cooke is bringing Sondheim’s musical Follies – which he directed at the National Theatre in

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (25) by Terry Teachout

Various forms of the records-that-changed-my-life meme have been making the rounds lately, so I came up with my own version, which I call “The Twenty-Five Record Albums That Changed My Lif…

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Just because: Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau sings Schubert by Terry Teachout

Dietrich Fischer-Dieskau sings “Der Leiermann,” a song from Franz Schubert’s Winterreise, accompanied by Alfred Brendel. This performance, subtitled in English, was taped for German T…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Touching the Void at Duke of York’s Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Tom Morris’ production of Touching the Void which is now playing at the Duke of York’s Theatre .

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Almanac: Anthony Hecht on why King Lear speaks to us by Terry Teachout

“It occurs to me that of all Shakespeare’s plays King Lear is the one I have been and continue to be most moved by. It is probably the bleakest of the plays, the most unconsoling.” A…

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Behind the Scenes of Making Times Square’s New Broadway Snow Globes by Ruthie Fierberg

Inside the design and construction of the “Show Globes” for Ain’t Too Proud, Dear Evan Hansen, The Lion King, and Wicked.

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Olivier Award winner Alice Krige stars in stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s Persona at newly opened Riverside Studios by Press Releases

Olivier Award winner Alice Krige, Nobuhle Ketelo, Paul Schoolman and William Close and his Earth Harp will star in the world premiere of a new stage adaptation of Ingmar Bergman’s Persona,…

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Riverside Studios to reopen following five-year redevelopment by Matthew Hemley

Riverside Studios in west London is set to reopen following a five-year redevelopment, which includes two theatres, television studios and a cinema.

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First Look: Production shots for Dear Evan Hansen released

The first production shots have been released for the West End's Dear Evan Hansen, which stars Sam Tutty in the titular role. With six Tony Awards under its belt, including for Best Musical,…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

First Look: A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic Theatre for #OVSeason5

First-look photos have been released for A Christmas Carol at The Old Vic, now in rehearsals. The Matthew Warchus show opens for previews on 23 November and officially opens on 4 December.

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Wake Up With BWW 11/18: THE INHERITANCE Opening Night Photos, Reviews, and More!

Today's top stories: go inside opening night of The Inheritance, including photos, video, reviews, and more!

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On the Couch with Rhyan Clapham by Arts Review

Who is Rhyan Clapham? I’m Rhyan Clapham, I go by DOBBY – a drummer rapper (Drapper). I’m a proud Filipino and Aboriginal musician; my family is from Brewarrina on Ngemba land, and I’…

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Thursford Christmas Spectacular review – a sugar rush of festive cheer by Kate Wyver

Thursford Collection, NorfolkA fever-dream of outrageous talent and suffocating joy, this extravaganza must be seen to be believed, albeit just the once I close my eyes and can see only sequ…

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‘Great, grown-up entertainment’: LA CLIQUE – Leicester Square Spiegeltent ★★★★ by Rev Stan

There is a festive start to the La Clique cabaret of song and acrobatic show but naturally, it is ironic. This is the church of misfits and weirdos where difference is celebrated in a decade…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Stray Dogs, Park Theatre review – no fire in this historic encounter by Rachel Halliburton

The script misses all that was distinctive about Berlin and Akhmatova's meeting How do you begin to dramatise one of the most extraordinary conversations of the 20th century between two of i…

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Six Degrees at a Hot Melbourne Market by Arts Review

Orbiting around the Queen Victoria Markets are four short plays that make up Melbourne Writers’ Theatre’s showcase, Six Degrees at a Hot Melbourne Market. Each vignette shows great imagi…

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri for Kander & Ebb musical Curtains in the West End by Terri Paddock

Kander & Ebb’s 2007 Broadway musical whodunnit CURTAINS at last gets its West End premiere with a strictly limited month-long festive season from 13 December to 11 January 2020 at Wynd…

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The School of Rock by Arts Review

In this hilarious, family oriented musical, Dewey Finn’s dream of becoming a ‘Rock God’ is fading: he’s out of work, can’t afford rent, and perhaps worst of all he’s been uncerem…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Turandot by Arts Review

Graeme Murphy’s bold vision of the icy princess Turandot bursts back into the State Theatre – Arts Centre Melbourne this November with powerhouse American soprano and Melbourne crowd fav…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Lyn Gardner: Rolling news era puts pressure on producers and writers to keep up by Lyn Gardner

Talking with the Bush Theatre’s artistic director Lynette Linton last week, she spoke of her good fortune in directing Lynn Nottage’s Sweat

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Chichester’s Daniel Evans: Theatre’s wordless communication can overcome all sorts of barriers by David Evans

During our fortnight of fringe programming at the Chichester Spiegeltent recently, we were visited by many surprising acts, one of which was

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Top 5 theatre shows to see this week (November 18-24) by Natasha Tripney

Dear Evan Hansen – Noel Coward Theatre, London Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s hit Broadway musical, about a teenage boy who writes

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

“Shushkin’s Stories” by The Theatre of Nations at The Barbican by Jagger Biggs

This month, Moscow’s Theatre of Nations graced the Barbican’s stage with Shukshin’s Stories, an exhilarating ensemble of eight tales by Vasily Shukshin (1929-74), directed by Alvis He…

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“#Feminist:” Finding The Right Key by Neeraja Murthy

City-based Rangasthalam Actors Studio turns the spotlight on International Women’s Day theme for this year ‘Balance for Better’ with its play #Feminist. The International Women’s Day…

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GCTC’S “Bang Bang”: A Fast-Paced, Funny Satire by Patrick Langston

You think you have a handle on the messy business of appropriation? Then you haven’t seen Kat Sandler’s quick-witted Bang Bang, now at the Great Canadian Theatre Company in a solid homeg…

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Join Margaret Atwood for an unmissable evening by Peter J Snee

  FANE presents In Conversation with Margaret Atwood live on stage across Australia in collaboration with   Andrew Kay, Phil Bathols and BBC Studios Australia. The dates are a celebratio…

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Monday, November 18, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

BC/EFA Releases 21st Edition of BROADWAY’S CAROLS FOR A CURE by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

For over twenty years, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS’ holiday CD, Broadway’s Carols for a Cure, [...] The post BC/EFA Releases 21st Edition of <em>BROADWAY’S CAROLS FOR A CUR…

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The Wharf Revue 2019 – UNR-DACT-R by Arts Review

Although Drew Forsythe is the only one of the original Wharf Revue trio performing in the 2019 edition of The Wharf Revue, entitled cheekily, Unredacted, Jonathan Biggins and Phillip Scott w…

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Tickets on sale this week for Fiddler on the Roof – in Yiddish by Peter J Snee

Tickets for the Sydney season of one of the most loved musicals of all time, Fiddler On The Roof, will go on sale on Friday 22 November, with pre-sales from today. Fiddler on the Roof will b…

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Dear Evan Hansen London starring Sam Tutty – First Look by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Dear Evan Hansen, the smash-hit Broadway musical is now in previews at the Noel Coward Theatre, London. Check out these first-look photos by Matthew Murphy. This post Dear Ev…

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Mona Lisa — Leonardo’s enigmatic portrait inspired this mellow hit

The song made famous by Nat King Cole began life on a film soundtrack

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Broadway's New Year's Week 2020 Performance Schedule Changes by James Miller

Several shows have canceled and/or added performances during the week.

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Douglas Sills, Ryan Spahn, Mara Davi, More Take Part in November 18 The Play’s the Thing Reading by Andrew Gans

Stephen Brown-Fried directs the reading for the Project Shaw series.

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André De Shields, Donna McKechnie, Ann Reinking, More Inducted Into Theater Hall of Fame November 18 by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Joel Grey hosts the annual ceremony at the Gershwin Theatre.

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Charles Busch Stars in The Tale of the Allergist's Wife to Benefit Actors Fund by Andrew Gans

Original stars Linda Lavin, Michele Lee, Tony Roberts, and Anil Kumar are also part of the November 18 reading.

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IMPRESSIONS: Big Dance Theater’s “The Road Awaits Us” at NYU Skirball Center by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Big Dance Theater’s “The Road Awaits Us” at NYU Skirball Center, "Throughout the evening, Parson exposes artifice. She removes the stage’s wings, displays costume ch…

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IMPRESSIONS: "Sènsa" by Paul Maheke with Nkisi and Ariel Efraim Ashbel at Abrons Arts Center, Co-commissioned with the Performa 19 Biennial and Red B by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: "Sènsa" by Paul Maheke with Nkisi and Ariel Efraim Ashbel at Abrons Arts Center, Co-commissioned with Performa 19 Biennial and Red Bull Arts New York, "It’s dark and it…

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POSTCARDS: Meet and Follow, NYC's PMT Dance, the House Head Session, and the Crazy Natives Crew by The Dance Enthusiast

IN POSTCARDS: Meet and Follow, NYC's PMT Dance, the House Head Session, and the Crazy Natives Crew: "The session is open to anyone who likes to move, whether you live in NY or are just passi…

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