Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Call for Applications to Parrsboro International Plein Air Festival 2020 by Artsjournal

Calling all painters! Join us in exploring the beautiful shores of the Bay of Fundy on the Parrsboro Shores where the highest tides in the world are found. Juried applicants get a chance to …

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On the Couch with Janet Carter by Arts Review

Who is Janet Carter? Good question. You’d think, after 5 decades, I’d know by now… What would you do differently from what you do now? Nothing. I took the long way around to becoming a…

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2019-2020: Looking Back, Looking Forward: The Glories of Off- and Off-Off-Broadway by Wendy Caster

I was going to do a "best-of" for 2019 plus a "looking forward" for 2020, when I realized that their focus would be much the same: the treasure that is non-Broadway theatre.I'm not denying t…

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Vincent Hooper announces new album, ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow’ by Peter J Snee

Melbourne based performer, Vincent Hooper, is thrilled to announce the release of his new album ‘Here Today, Gone Tomorrow’, available

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Storytime Ballet – The Nutcraker by Arts Review

One of the most eagerly anticipated dance events each year, for young dance enthusiasts of a certain age, is the annual visit of the Australian Ballet’s Storytime Ballets. Storytime Ballet…

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A Star Turn by Laura Linney: “My Name Is Lucy Barton” by Philip

It seems that one-actor stage presentations have increased in number over the past decade or so. And as critical attention to them has grown with that proliferation, the quality level has ri…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ as a sitcom? Call it ‘The Bardy Bunch.’ by Peter Marks

Folger Theatre has a funny idea in mind. On this occasion, it falls flat.

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Review: Shrinking Lives at a Big Box Store in ‘Paris’ by Ben Brantley

Racism is a stealth force in Eboni Booth’s astute study of the (mostly) quiet desperation of minimum-wage workers in Vermont.

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Review: In ‘A Soldier’s Play,’ an Endless War Against Black Men by Jesse Green

The Broadway premiere of Charles Fuller’s 1981 drama finds premonitions of today in the story of a 1944 murder.

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“Downstairs” at City Theatre, Pittsburgh, PA by Wendy Arons

In Jungian psychology, the house symbolizes the mind, with the basement representing the deepest part of the subconciousness. As in the physical world, that psychic basement is a place cramm…

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The Best in Indian Theatre in 2019: A Poll by Akarsh Khurana

It makes sense and feels good that two of the top 5 plays deal with mental health issues. Continuing with a tradition that has been bordering almost 10 years now, I asked a bunch of theatre …

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Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - "Paris" - 1/21/20 by David Hurst

Directed with unfussy simplicity by Knud Adams on a terrific multi-layered set courtesy of David Zinn, the cast of Paris is wonderful in this quiet play that is an indictment against poverty…

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Talkin' Broadway Review: "A Soldier's Play" 1/21/20 by Howard Miller

A rock solid cast and a spit-shine production make for a gripping and altogether outstanding revival of Charles Fuller's 1982 Pulitzer Prize-winning A Soldier's Play...

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Winners announced for 2020 Capezio A.C.E. Awards by Admin

The Capezio A.C.E. Awards crowned a 2020 winner at last night’s ceremony that played to a packed house at the historic Montalbán Theatre in Hollywood, as part of the MOVES at The Mo…

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Bollywood ‘Figaro’? Opera San Jose sets stunning new season by Randy McMullen

New general director announces new Opera San Jose season with re-imaginings of 'Figaro' and 'Carmen' and a staging of controversial 'Salome.'

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A Soldier’s Play: Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer-Winner in Stunning Revival by David Finkle

★★★★ Kenny Leon directs David Alan Grier, Blair Underwood and skilled cast on race madness The post A Soldier’s Play: Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer-Winner in Stunning Revival appeare…

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‘A Soldier’s Play’ Broadway Review: Stars David Alan Grier & Blair Underwood Earn Stripes In Charles Fuller’s Potent 1981 Masterpiece by Greg Evans

Nearly 40 years after its celebrated Off Broadway debut and subsequent hit movie adaptation, Charles Fuller’s Pulitzer Prize-winning A Soldier’s Play, opening tonight on Broadway at the …

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Pulitzer-winning A Soldier’s Play vividly explores the toll of racism

Charles Fuller’s 1981 drama makes its belated Broadway debut at the American Airlines Theatre

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A Soldier’s Play: A Stodgy Whodunit, and a Thoughtful Meditation on Racism by Jesse Oxfeld

★★★ This probing but flawed Pulitzer winner gets a gorgeous revival staged by Kenny Leon with David Alan Grier and Blair Underwood The post A Soldier’s Play: A Stodgy Whodunit, and a…

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Review: ‘A Soldier’s Play’ is a captivating whodunit by Charles Isherwood

Shots ring out. A man falls dead at the hands of an unknown killer. Enter an investigator to sort through a hefty pile of suspects and bring the culprit to justice. Charles Fuller’s Pulitz…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Paris: Black Invisibility in a White World by Michael Sommers

★★★ Eboni Booth sets her insightful working class drama in a big box store in 1995 The post Paris: Black Invisibility in a White World appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Melbourne’s Music Theatre Community Comes Together to Raise Funds for Victorian Bushfire Relief by Arts Review

The MC Showroom, AWE Alliance and Homegrown Australian Musicals are proud to join forces to present Dolly Diamond’s Piano Bar Party – SWEET RELIEF at The MC Showroom in Prahran on Monday…

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GOOD MEDICINE by Jeremy Gerard

The play’s Broadway debut couldn’t be fresher, timelier or more satisfying.

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Although it takes place during World War II, the racism at the heart of this revival feels very relevant today.

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Read Reviews for A Soldier’s Play on Broadway by Playbill Staff

Kenny Leon directs Charles Fuller's Pulitzer Prize-winning drama at the American Airlines theatre.

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Colossus, Stephanie Lake Company by Deborah Jones

Carriageworks, Sydney Festival, January 16 The short Sydney Festival season of Stephanie Lake’s Colossus has ended but the show is by no means over. Next month it will be seen at the Perth…

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Dolly Diamond announces Piano Bar Party – Sweet Releif! by Peter J Snee

The MC Showroom, AWE Alliance and Homegrown Australian Musicals are proud to join forces to present Dolly Diamond’s Piano Bar

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Michael James Scott Will Return to Broadway's Aladdin as the Genie by Andy Lefkowitz

Michael James Scott, a veteran of the Broadway, Australian and London productions of Disney's Aladdin, will step back into the New York production of the Tony-nominated musical on February …

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Watch The Phantom of the Opera's Meghan Picerno Perform 'Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again' by Broadway.com

Meghan Picerno celebrates 32 years of The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway with a gorgeous performance of “Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again.”

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Harry Townsend's Last Stand, Starring Len Cariou & Craig Bierko, Extends Off-Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

George Eastman's new comedy Harry Townsend's Last Stand has received an extension at New York City Center Stage II. Originally announced to run through February 9, the production will now c…

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😍😍 See the Stars of the Off-Broadway Emojiland Celebrate Their Opening Night by Michael Appler

Emojiland, off-Broadway's newest confection, opened on January 19 at the Duke on 42nd Street theater. The new "textistential" musical tells the story of a band of emojis—living, obviousl…

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Lesli Margherita Will Have You Know That Emojiland Is 'So Much Deeper Than People Think' by Michael Appler

Lesli Margherita, who Broadway.com fans might remember from her lovable backstage vlogs Looks Not Books and Ship Happens, is playing an emoji in Keith Harrison and Laura Schein’s new off-…

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Watch Meghan Picerno Pay Tribute to Hal Prince in ‘Wishing You Were Somehow Here Again’ From Phantom of the Opera by Lindsey Sullivan

Broadway’s longest-running show, The Phantom of the Opera, celebrates 32 years on the boards on January 26. Set to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s epic score, the story of a mysterious masked ma…

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Broadway Grosses: As Winter Sets In, Tina—The Tina Turner Musical Is Still a Hot Commodity by Broadway.com

The music of Tina Turner has been pulsing through the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre since Tina—The Tina Turner Musical began performances back in October. The bio-musical about the Queen of Rock '…

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Backstage at The Phantom of the Opera with Ben Crawford, Episode 4: On the Road by Broadway.com

The Phantom of the Opera star Ben Crawford reveals how he gets ready for a concert appearance.

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The Gift review – clever and complex vision of black Britons, then and now by Arifa Akbar

Belgrade theatre, CoventryThe story of Sarah Bonetta Davies, given to Queen Victoria, is contrasted with a modern black British woman in Janice Okoh’s play The historian David Olusoga has …

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A Fantastic Soldier's Play on Broadway Is About More Than Just Blair Underwood's Pecs

Underwood stars alongside David Alan Grier and Jerry O'Connell in a landmark Pulitzer winner making its Broadway debut.

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Emojiland Asks, Is It Really So Great to Be Alive?

Keith Harrison and Laura Schein wage war on nihilism inside an iPhone in their new musical at the Duke on 42nd Street.

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Review Roundup: A SOLDIER'S PLAY Opens On Broadway - See What the Critics Are Saying

A Soldier's Play opens tonight on Broadway at the American Airlines Theatre.

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Video: Rob McClure Shares a First Peek at MRS. DOUBTFIRE

Everyone's favorite nanny is on her way to Broadway in Mrs. Doubtfire!

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What The Constitution Means to Me by Steven Morris

The post What The Constitution Means to Me appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Sara Bareilles Talks Unforgettable GRAMMY Moment with Bono

Sara Bareilles tells the story of Bono throwing his sunglasses to her at the GRAMMYS, but his toss was too hard and they went over her head to the people behind her.

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A couple faces a becalmed relationship in The Gulf by Josh Flanders

About Face's two-hander boasts stellar performances. Anyone who has weathered a long-term relationship will relate to the passion and struggles in About Face The…

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‘Transition’ showcases perseverance by Ariel Parrella-Aureli

The art exhibit seeks to bring humanity and life to youth experiencing homelessness. When Zamari Vivens, 27, experienced homelessness a few years ago, he turned …

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Faces in the Crowd review at Gate Theatre, London – ‘unafraid to be wild and messy’ by Rosemary Waugh

In her essay Shakespeare’s Sisters, Rachel Cusk examines the knotty ties between a woman’s domestic situation and her literary output, quoting Virginia

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Philadelphia Young Playwrights presents Angelina DeMonte’s ‘Candles’ by Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey

Authored by 10th-grader Angelina DeMonte, 'Candles' tells the story of every American teenager’s worst fear. Jill Ivey reviews.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

The Quicksand Of Cultural Politics In Russia: The Case Of Kirill Serebrennikov by Artsjournal1

“Serebrennikov was a particularly Russian type of rebel: one who sought, and attained, mainstream success, often with the blessing and support of the state.” Until, that is, his sudden a…

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Study Shows Women Making Small Parity Gains In Grammys by Artsjournal

The third edition of the study, spearheaded by USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative founder Stacy L. Smith, was announced Tuesday, revealing that for 2020, the percentage of female nominees in…

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The Fatal Flaws Of Roger Scruton by Artsjournal

It was, for Scruton, impossible to conceive of society without prejudices and exclusions, discrimination and inequality. That’s why his views, despite mellowing over the years, never subst…

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How Margaret Mead’s Reputation Eroded by Artsjournal

Within anthropology, Mead is still revered, but mostly as a way to understand the discipline’s origins. In the popular mind, Mead’s name has all but vanished, her reputation whittled dow…

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The Very Controversial Start Of Asian-American Literature Studies by Artsjournal

Students of Asian American literature have often been far more familiar with what is wrong with Aiiieeeee! than with Aiiieeeee! itself. From the earliest days of its publication, many Asian …

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Can Hip Hop Dance Show Hold A Whole Evening Off-Broadway? by Artsjournal

“There’s a massive hole,” producer Lyndsay Magid Aviner said of the lack of urban dance on New York stages. Coming from the circus world, the Aviners said they believe there’s a broa…

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Netflix Greenlights Bradley Cooper’s Leonard Bernstein Movie With All-Star Producers by Artsjournal

Netflix has acquired all rights to the untitled Leonard Bernstein film that Bradley Cooper will direct, star in and produce from the script he co-wrote with Oscar-winning Spotlight scribe Jo…

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Top Girls remains heartbreakingly relevant by Kerry Reid

Remy Bumppo revisits Caryl Churchill's 1982 play with a stellar ensemble. The decision by the New York Times editorial board to endorse both Amy Klobuchar and El…

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‘Emojiland’ Brings Characters to Life When Words Don’t Cut It by Matthew Wexler

"Emojiland," The New York Musical festival hit, transfers Off-Broadway with an all-star cast including Leslie Margherita, Josh Lamon and Ann Harada. The post ‘Emojiland’ Brings Character…

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MIDWIVES Begins Performances Tonight at George Street Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

New York Times bestselling author Chris Bohjalian's world premiere stage adaptation of his novel MIDWIVES is set to kick off 2020 in George Street Playhouse's new home at the New Brunswick P…

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The January Void by Angela Tricarico

by QUINN VANANTWERP Quinn VanAntwerp …

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Please and Thank Yous by Peter J Snee

A two-time RAW Comedy state-finalist, Catherine McCintock has been a fixture of the Tasmanian comedy scene since her debut in

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Scenes with Girls, Royal Court review - feminist separatism 2.0 by Aleks.sierz

New play about female friendship is refreshingly original and dazzlingly exciting Tonight, I discovered the gasp index. Or maybe just re-dicovered. The what? The gasp index. It's when you se…

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The Walnut Street Theatre presents George Stevens Jr.’s ‘Thurgood’ by Hanae Mason

A recounting of Thurgood Marshall’s life, now onstage at the Walnut, raises important questions about how we measure our heroes’ greatness—and who’s watching. Hanae Mason reviews.

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Broadway Box Office Keeps Warm At $30M; ‘Oklahoma!’, ‘Slave Play’ Leave On High Notes by Greg Evans

Broadway settled into its new winter clothes last week, with recent arrivals My Name Is Lucy Barton, Grand Horizons and A Soldier’s Play padding the roster as Oklahoma! and Slave Play join…

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Inside the First Day of Rehearsals for Diana on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The new musical, starring Jeanna de Waal as the late Princess of Wales, will begin performances at the Longacre Theatre March 2.

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Review: Powerful ‘Pianist of Willesden Lane’ returns to Bay Area by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

TheatreWorks presents Mona Golabek's Holocaust-themed "Pianist of Willesden Lane," a triumph of storytelling and piano playing.

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Mission Impawsible: How Much ‘Cats’ Can a Person Take? by Alexis Soloski

The assignment: Head to Boston to see the touring stage show and the movie musical all in one day. The result: a purr, a yowl or both?

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BWW Readers Name The Top Jukebox Musical!

We asked, and you answered! As BroadwayWorld previously reported, reliable sources have reported that the Britney Spears musical Once Upon A One More Time is heading to Broadway. To celebrat…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

A First Look at Classic Stage Company's Dracula Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The Kate Hamill adaptation of Bram Stoker's novel is one of two in CSC’s Gothic repertory presentation, paired with Frankenstein.

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Beyond Babel Kicks Off Performances January 21 by Olivia Clement

A narrative urban dance riff on Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, the show takes over The Gym at Judson.

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Grosses Analysis: Oklahoma! and Slave Play End Broadway Runs With a Bang by Ryan McPhee

The two buzzy productions earned their highest grosses in their final weeks.

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Quiz: Songs of Longing by Anita Martin

Can you identify these “I want” songs from popular musicals? The post Quiz: Songs of Longing appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Get Broadway Tickets for Under $50 with TodayTix

The following sentence is our favorite of all of the sentences: you can get Broadway tickets for under $50. And today is our fave day of the year (so far) because we have Broadway tickets fo…

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Seth Rudetsky Announces New Cruises on his Big Fat Broadway Vacations Line, Joining Judy Perl Worldwide Travel

SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky, (dubbed 'The Mayor of Broadway' by Audra McDonald), has teamed up with cruise travel expert Judy Perl to create Seth's Big Fat Broadway Vacations, a new…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 1/21

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 1/19/20

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 1/19/2020.

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THE KING'S SPEECH To Make D.C. Debut At National Theatre

David Seidler's original play THE KING'S SPEECH will make its D.C. debut at the National Theatre from February 11-16, 2020.

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Australia Council welcomes Cassandra Wilkinson to the new role of Executive Director, Arts Investment  by Arts Review

The Australia Council has announced the appointment of Cassandra Wilkinson into the new role of Executive Director, Arts Investment. “We warmly welcome Cassandra to the Australia Council i…

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Mrs. Doubtfire Broadway musical's star wants to make Robin Williams 'proud': 'It's all I can wish for' by Dave Quinn

Meet Broadway’s newest star: Euphegenia Doubtfire! The character at the center of Robin Williams’ beloved 1993 comedy Mrs. Doubtfire is making her way from the big screen to the Great Wh…

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Theatre Review: ‘A Gentlemen’s Guide to Love and Murder’ at Little Theatre of Alexandria by Brian Bochicchio

Murder most foul has been a steady, reliable storyline for recorded history—from Greek tragedies to horror novels and on to HBO and Netflix moneymakers. The fascination with the purposeful…

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BWW Flashback: Looking Back At PORGY AND BESS's Opening Night!

With David Alan Grier making his official return to Broadway tonight as Sergeant Vernon C. Waters in Roundabout Theatre Company's A Soldier's Play, we're looking back at his Tony-nominated …

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Theatre Review: ‘Move Over, Mrs. Markham’ at Port Tobacco Players by Mary Ann Johnson

“Move Over, Mrs. Markham” is a sprightly way to segue into the new year and beat back some of the doldrums of January and February. . . . the Port Tobacco Players have created a zesty, t…

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Inside the Grammy Awards' Nominee Celebration With the Casts of Hadestown, Moulin Rouge!, and More by Marc J. Franklin

Ahead of the ceremony on January 26, the Broadway community came out to celebrate.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Kathleen Chalfant, Michael Urie and More To Star in Keen Company Benefit Reading of ARSENIC & OLD LACE

Keen Company Artistic Director Jonathan Silverstein today announced the leads for the Gala Benefit Reading of the beloved classic comedy Arsenic & Old Lace by Joseph Kesselring, directed…

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Carlo Ponti by Pauline Adamek

Poetry combined with exquisite classical music–what a delightful combination! I interviewed Maestro Carlo Ponti in 2015, not long after he formed his Los Angeles Virtuosi Orchestra. T…

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A Look at Bess Myerson, The First & Only Jewish Woman to Win Miss America

Learn more about trailblazer Bess Myerson, the powerful figure at the center of the new play Miss America’s Ugly Daughter.

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Review: Sarah Ruhl farce ‘Stage Kiss’ charms at City Lights in San Jose by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

Sarah Ruhl's comedy "Stage Kiss" is a play within a play within a play, and it succeeds at all levels at City Lights Theater in San Jose.

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Jocelyn Bioh, Victoria Clark, More to Appear as February Guests on Live at the Lortel Podcast by Ryan McPhee

The Off-Broadway series continues with host Eric Ostrow.

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‘Alpha Girls’ to share their stories for Silicon Valley Reads: Pizarro by Sal Pizarro

Author Julian Guthrie and four women who broke barriers in male-dominated Silicon Valley will share their stories at Silicon Valley Reads' kickoff event Thursday at De Anza College.

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Roundabout Slates 3 New Works by Women for 2020-21 Off-Broadway Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature a world premiere from Sanaz Toossi and two New York premieres from Lindsey Ferrentino and Anna Ziegler.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Controversial Art Is Good For Us. Don’t Cancel It by Artsjournal

The controversy over “Attack Helicopter” is another case study suggesting that rejecting “art’s for art’s sake” in favor of “art for justice’s sake” doesn’t necessarily y…

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The Hot-Button Issue In ‘Slave Play’ That People Aren’t Talking About by Artsjournal1

“I am also interested in consent, by far the least attended to aspect of the play, which we encounter in the especially difficult junction between sexuality and trauma. At this strained in…

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Janie Dee to Star in London Premiere of Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Olivia Clement

The Olivier Award winner will star as Masha in Christopher Durang’s comedy at the Charring Cross Theatre.

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Red Bull Theater (Jesse Berger, Artistic Director | Jim Bredeson, Managing Director) today announced the New York premiere of All the Devils Are Here - How Shakespeare Invented the Villain…

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See Adrienne Warren, Phylicia Rashad, and More at Joe's Pub for the Closing Night of Daniel J. Watts' The Jam by Nathan Skethway

The Tina: The Tina Turner Musical star wrapped the run of his music, dance, spoken word, and storytelling piece at Joe’s Pub January 20.

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Alan Cumming Joins Voice Cast of HBO Max Series THE PRINCE

HBO Max announced today it will be crowning The Prince, created by Gary Janetti (Family Guy, Will & Grace), as the latest animated comedy series order for the streamer. The series is i…

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Len Cariou and Donna McKechnie Have Joined BroadwayCon 2020 Mainstage Lineup

BroadwayCon will host exclusive Star Interviews with Len Cariou and Donna McKechnie. On Friday, January 24, at 6:45 PM, McKechnie will take to the MainStage for an exclusive interview reflec…

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Contemplating Two Philosophical Extremes in Timon of Athens

Kathryn Hunter stars in Simon Godwin's new production of a lesser-known Shakespeare play at Theatre for a New Audience.

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Michael James Scott to Return to Aladdin on Broadway

Scott becomes the Genie in February.

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Fred Applegate, Samantha Bruce and More Will Star in York Theatre Company Concert of CELEBRATION

The York Theatre Company (James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director; Evans Haile, Executive Director), dedicated to the development of new musicals and rediscovery of musical gems from the p…

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Island City’s Satirical Musical Altar Boyz Is A Grin-Fest Hoot by Bill Hirschman

Franklin Graham, the homophobic alt-right son of Billy Graham, just finished a revival tour of Florida this weekend. Too bad he didn’t attend the revival of the musical Altar Boyz at Islan…

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Patrick Page to Star in All the Devils Are Here—How Shakespeare Invented the Villain by Dan Meyer

The Hadestown star will portray villains from the Bards’ best works in the one-night-only performance

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Michael James Scott Sets Return to Broadway's Aladdin by Ryan McPhee

The actor will once again play the Genie in the Disney musical.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Van Gogh’s Weirdest Self-Portrait, Long Considered By Some A Forgery, Is Genuine by Artsjournal1

Doubts about the authenticity of the painting, which depicts the artist giving some serious side-eye, first arose in 1970. But research conducted jointly by the National Gallery of Norway (w…

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Brazil’s Culture Secretary Fired After Quoting Goebbels In Video Speech by Artsjournal1

“A few minutes into the speech, secretary of culture Roberto Alvim said, ‘The Brazilian art of the next decade will be heroic and it will be national, it’ll be endowed with great capac…

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The Social Justice Wars Come To The Quilting Community by Artsjournal1

“A usually cheery online community of quilters has been ripped apart by a sewing challenge depicting a No. 2 pencil erasing the ‘in’ from the word injustice. Some members of the Nation…

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Special Multi-Company Auditions Offer Too-Rare Opportunity For Nonwhite Ballet Dancers by Artsjournal1

The sessions, attended by leaders from New York City Ballet, Pennsylvania Ballet, San Francisco Ballet, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre, and Charlotte Ballet, were held i…

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They’re Building A Pushkin Theme Park In St. Petersburg by Artsjournal1

“Dutch design company Jora Vision will use Pushkin’s works as inspiration for the 17,000-square-meter Lukomorye park, named after the mythical Slavic land in which Pushkin’s fairy tale…

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This Woman Was One Of The Very First Pioneers Of Cinema — Why Has She Been Almost Forgotten? by Artsjournal1

“[Alice] Guy-Blaché was in the room when the Lumière brothers held the first-ever cinema screening, in Paris in March 1895. By the following year, she was making her own films. And while…

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Artificial Intelligence Is About To Transform Video by Artsjournal

AI-assisted editing won’t make Oscar-­worthy auteurs out of us. But amateur visual storytelling will probably explode in complexity. Even tools for one-to-one video messaging might evolve…

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Linda Shaver-Gleason, The Internet’s Favorite Musicologist, ‘Assassinated By Cancer’ At 36 by Artsjournal1

“Writing on her blog, Not Another Music History Cliche!, and standing as a pillar of classical music’s niche on Twitter, Linda elegantly deployed her encyclopedic knowledge, research ski…

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What Is Going On In Gwyneth Paltrow’s Netflix Show? by Artsjournal2

Just capitalism and sheer wackiness, or what? (Paltrow’s “This Smells Like My Vagina” candle costs $75 and sold out almost immediately, for one thing.) But there’s more. “The Goop …

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Keeping Indonesia’s Traditional Drag Dance Alive by Artsjournal1

“Rianto, is a master of the Lengger Lanang, a traditional [Javanese] dance performed by men dressed as women. But Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country, has seen rising intoleran…

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Mosaic goes rom-com with ‘Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World’ by John Stoltenberg

This thoroughly delightful offering from Mosaic has all the makings of a lighthearted rom-com. Boy meets girl. He invites her to his place. She initiates sex. It’s hot. Though they come fr…

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How The Franco Regime Ruined Zarzuela And Flamenco Music For Many Spaniards by Artsjournal1

“But as is the case with other musical genres indigenous to Spain, they initially developed with no ties to one political ideology over another. Zarzuela is nowadays perceived in the natio…

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What Has Happened To Audiences? Have They Forgotten How To Behave In Theatres? by Artsjournal

The woman next to us very politely turns round and shushes them. It does no good. They are out for the afternoon, they are going to make a loud and long fuss over a Capri Sun and they are go…

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The 35th Annual BISTRO AWARDS by David Sabella

Celebrated Songwriting Collaborators RICHARD MALTBY, JR. & DAVID SHIRE to receive the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 35th Annual Bistro Awards March 9 The songwriting team, one of the…

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Michael James Scott Will Be Returning to ALADDIN as Genie in February

Disney Theatrical Productions President & Producer Thomas Schumacher announced this weekend at the Junior Theatre Festival in Atlanta, GA that Michael James Scott, an Aladdin original ca…

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Chinaza Uche, Andrew Garman and Layla Khoshnoudi Complete the Cast of Clubbed Thumb's TUMACHO

Clubbed Thumb (Maria Striar, Producing Artistic Director; Michael Bulger, Associate Artistic Director; Quinn Metal Corbin, Advancement Director) announced today complete casting for the retu…

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Bessie Smith’s explosive music, career revived in ‘Devil’s Music’ at Center Rep by Randy McMullen

The powerful music and wild life of 1920s blues legend Bessie Smith recalled in stirring musical "The Devil's Music" at Walnut Creek's Lesher Center.

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Matt McGrath Joins Cast of New Broadway Musical Girl From the North Country by Andy Lefkowitz

Veteran actor Matt McGrath has been added to the cast of the highly anticipated Broadway premiere of Conor McPherson and Bob Dylan's new musical Girl From the North Country. McGrath will tak…

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A Jet All the Way! See Co-Stars Dharon E. Jones and Isaac Powell Backstage at West Side Story by Diep Tran

Isaac Powell returned to West Side Story on Broadway on January 17. Powell plays the romantic lead Tony; he had to take a hiatus fro the show after incurring a knee injury in December.…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Lesli Margherita of Emojiland by Broadway.com

Lesli Margherita stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Emojiland and more with Ryan Lee Gilbert.

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Janie Dee to Headline London Premiere of Tony-Winning Comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike by Andy Lefkowitz

Two-time Olivier-winning actress Janie Dee has been cast as Masha in the upcoming London-debut staging of Christopher Durang's 2013 Tony-winning play Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike. To…

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Roundabout's 2020-2021 Off-Broadway Season to Include New Works by Sanaz Toosi, Lindsey Ferrentino & Anna Ziegler by Andy Lefkowitz

Roundabout Theatre Company has announced a lineup of three new works set to appear during its 2020-2021 season at the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre. The trio of off-Broadw…

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Netflix Acquires Rights to Leonard Bernstein Biopic Starring & Directed by Bradley Cooper by Andy Lefkowitz

Netflix has nabbed the rights to a developing film based on the life of iconic West Side Story songwriter Leonard Bernstein, according to Deadline. Tony nominee Bradley Cooper will direct an…

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Mauricio Martínez, Mamie Parris and More on Bringing Andrew Lloyd Webber's Life and Work to the Stage in Unmasked by Broadway.com

Mauricio Martínez, Mamie Parris, Rema Webb and more talk all about the world premiere staging of Unmasked, a musical revue of the life and work of Andrew Lloyd Webber.

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Suzan-Lori Parks' In the Blood to Launch 2020 Season at Donmar Warehouse by Andy Lefkowitz

London's Donmar Warehouse has scheduled four productions for its second season under Artistic Director Michael Longhurst. The 2020 lineup will kick off with the first major U.K. production …

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Imagine: Watch Billy Porter Surprise Audiences of The View with a Martin Luther King Jr. Tribute by Michael Appler

Audiences of The View were already moved by the Martin Luther King Jr. Day appearance of the Cardinal Shehan School community and Krieger Schechter Day School choirs. The celebratory pe…

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😍😍😍😍 See the Cast of Emojiland Perform Onstage and Pose on Opening Night by Michael Appler

Emojiland, off-Broadway's newest confection, opened on January 19 at the Duke on 42nd Street theater. The new "textistential" musical tells the story of a band of emojis—living, obviousl…

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‘Spring Awakening’ is more relevant now than ever. Round House’s young actors tell us why. by Darby Dejarnette

Spring Awakening has never been a shy musical. Based on German playwright Frank Wedekind’s 1891 tale of teenagers awakening to their sexuality amongst adults who failed to provide any sexu…

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NEWS: UK’s longest-running alternative theatre company brings People Show 137 to Southwark by Featured Content

Ahead of a short tour, pioneering theatremakers People Show bring their latest devised creation People Show 137: God Knows How Many to London's Southwark Playhouse for a limited season from …

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Harry Townsend's Last Stand, Starring Craig Bierko and Len Cariou, Extends Off-Broadway by Playbill Staff

The George Eastman play opened at New York City Center Stage II in December.

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A Look at Milwaukee Rep's Chasin’ Dem Blues: Untold Story of Paramount Records by Nathan Skethway

The musical from writer-director-choreographer Kevin Ramsey began performances January 17 at the Wisconsin venue.

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NEWS: Annawon’s Song explores the often unseen casualties of conflict at VAULT Festival by Featured Content

Playwright Beverley Andrews shines a light on less obvious casualties of war in new play Annawon's Song, which runs as part of VAULT Festival next month. Book your tickets now!

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Michael Urie, Kathleen Chalfant, and Marsha Mason Tapped for Benefit Performance of Arsenic & Old Lace by Olivia Clement

Keen Company will bring back Joseph Kesselring's comedy, which opened on Broadway in 1941, for one night only.

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Donmar Warehouse's New Season to Begin With Suzan-Lori Parks’ In the Blood by Dan Meyer

The lineup also includes the world premiere of a stage adaptation of Force Majeure.

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Goodspeed Will Present Their Worklight Series in 2020 Featuring New Musical by Stephen King and John Mellencamp

Last Saturday, during Goodspeed's 15th annual Festival of New Musicals, the two-time Tony Award-winning theatre announced plans for a fresh approach to its new musical development at The Ter…

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Leonard Bernstein Biopic, Directed by and Starring Bradley Cooper, Moves Forward With Netflix by Ryan McPhee

The Oscar nominee will also producer alongside Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, and Todd Phillips.

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THE CONVERSATIONALISTS converse with cinema by Dan O'Neil

The made-up movie feels like one of those sweeping international melodramas with lots of expansive cinematography. In the minds of it creators, it’s an epic-length narrative replete with m…

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Text of the Day: The Tyler Sisters by Aleks Sierz

Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.

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Life on Tour with Natalia Vivino by Julia Stier

Julia interviews former LA STAGE Alliance intern, Natalia Vivino, who is currently touring with Wicked for their Munchkinland Tour as the Elphaba standby! The post Life on Tour with Natalia …

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: The Canary and the Crow, Arcola Theatre London ✭✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Middle Child Theatre Company's The Canary and the Crow now playing the Arcola Theatre, London. Until 8 February This post REVIEW: The Canary and the Crow…

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A Timon for our times in New York

Kathryn Hunter excels in this modern-dress staging at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center

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2020 trends in Opera: DC area opera companies are confronting race, sex and gender discrimination by Susan Galbraith

It was a rare pleasure to share the stage at the Smithsonian Institution’s S. Dillon Ripley Center less than a week ago with colleagues who are also in the business of reviewing the perfor…

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VIDEO: Will MOULIN ROUGE's Aaron Tveit Get Stumped Playing Song Association?

Moulin Rouge star Aaron Tveit is putting his musical knowledge to the test with Elle's Song Association series. Which word will stump him? Watch below as he belts out U2, *NSYNC and a little…

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Photo Flash: Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez Visited FROZEN North American Tour Cast in LA

FROZEN composers Kristen Anderson-Lopez & Robert Lopez dropped by the North American tour of the Broadway production at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in LA over the weekend. Attached is…

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REHEARSAL PHOTOS: Behind the scenes of the page-to-stage premiere of Crongton Knights by Terri Paddock

Can you stick to the beat? Looks like it's a prerequisite for the cast of the new beatbox-infused adaptation of Alex Wheatle's award-winning 2016 Young Adults' novel Crongton Knights. Sneak …

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HARRY TOWNSEND'S LAST STAND Starring Len Cariou and Craig Bierko Has Been Extended Into April

Harry Townsend's Last Stand a new play written by George Eastman (The Snow Job; Bitter Exchange) and directed by Karen Carpenter (Love, Loss and What I Wore; Handle With Care), has extended…

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Resident Ensemble Players presents Michael Gotch’s ‘Starter Pistol’ by Gail Obenreder

The Resident Ensemble Players take on the troubles of America in Michael Gotch’s latest play. Gail Obenreder reviews.

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Logan Hart Brings Fans Backstage & Behind the Scenes for a Two-Show Day at Jagged Little Pill on Broadway

Logan Hart pulls back the curtain to reveal all the ins and outs of his two-show day at the new Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill.

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Waitress Star Lucie Jones' West End Solo Concert Will Be Released as a Live Album by Ryan McPhee

The X Factor and musical theatre favorite will be joined by the London Musical Theatre Orchestra.

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Check Out Photos of The Little Mermaid at the Argyle Theatre by Marc J. Franklin

The Disney musical, starring Kimberly Immanuel as Ariel, opened at the Long Island theatre January 18.

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Baby's Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire to Receive Bistro Awards’ Lifetime Achievement Award by Dan Meyer

The songwriting duo also worked on shows like Big, Closer Than Ever, and Starting Here, Starting Now.

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My Name is Lucy Barton - starring Laura Linney by Oscar E. Moore

As the lyric from Superstar states “Loneliness is such a sad affair.” We listen. Some with empathy. Some without.

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Equity admits to deleting tweets about Laurence Fox and says union rules were broken by Matthew Hemley

Equity has admitted that it deleted tweets sent out by its minority ethnic members committee calling on actors to denounce Laurence Fox, with

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Taproot’s Founding Artistic Director Scott Nolte to Retire by American Theatre Editors

After 43 years, Nolte will leave the company he helped establish in Seattle.

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London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 21 January by Hira Desai

Today's news includes Everybody's Talking About Jamie's class of 2020, Michael Longhurst's second season as Artistic Director at Donmar Warehouse and more! The post London Theatre News Toda…

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ENGLISH, THE WANDERERS & THE YEAR TO COME Join Roundabout's 2020-21 Season

Roundabout Theatre Company has just announced a line-up of all new work Off-Broadway at the Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

New Works From Sanaz Toossi, Lindsey Ferrentino, and Anna Ziegler Tapped for Roundabout's Off-Broadway Season by Ryan McPhee

The three titles—one world premiere and two New York premieres—join the company’s 2020–2021 slate.

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Matt McGrath joins cast of ‘Girl from the North Country’ by Caitlin Huston

Matt McGrath has joined the cast of “Girl from the North Country,” replacing the originally announced cast member David Pittu. McGrath will take over the role of Reverend Marlowe after P…

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‘Paddington’ Is Latest Addition To Rockefeller Theater Roster by Lee Seymour

Jonathan Rockefeller has built a burgeoning theatrical empire on nostalgic properties, aimed at children who've never been to the theater.

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Roundabout Announces 2020-21 Off-Broadway Season

Three new plays are on tap.

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Martin Scorsese, Steven Spielberg, & Todd Phillips to Produce Bradley Cooper's Leonard Bernstein Film at Netflix

Netflix has acquired all rights to Bradley Cooper's untitled Leonard Bernstein film, according to Deadline.  Cooper will direct, star in and produce the film from the script he co-wrote…

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The Public's Under the Radar Festival Cancels Josh Fox Show by Playbill Staff

The Truth Has Changed, a show about misinformation and climate justice, was canceled following allegations of misconduct from both parties.

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How Len Cariou’s A Little Night Music Solo Became Sondheim’s Famous ‘Send in the Clowns’ Instead by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth gets the origin story of Glynis Johns’ famous Broadway ballad, plus audition stories from Jeremy Jordan, Patina Miller, and more.

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Laughs aplenty in Ken Ludwig’s ‘The Game’s Afoot’ at Reston Community Players by Dana Roberts

Reston Community Players’ production of The Game’s Afoot is a lighthearted, murder-mystery comedy. The comedy was written by American playwright and Tony Award winner Ken Ludwig, of Lend…

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VIDEO: Watch the DIANA Marquee Go Up at the Longacre Theatre!

Diana begins previews on Monday, March 2, 2020, and opens on Tuesday, March 31, 2020, at the Longacre Theatre (220 West 48th St.). Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 20th. Watch as the marq…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:37AM

Blu-ray and Digital Release Dates Announced for FROZEN 2

Walt Disney Animation Studios' a?oeFrozen 2a?? has melted hearts around the world, becoming the No. 1 animated feature of all time. Just in time for Valentine's Day,  the follow-up to 2013'…

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Cast Members Talk About MIDWIVES by Chris Bohjalian by Charles Paolino

“Midwives” is a story with a sharp knife, lots of blood, a death, and a criminal trial—but no villain. Chris Bohjalian’s play, in its world premiere at the George Street Playhouse in…

Linked From www.newjerseystage.com at 11:33AM

It’s official! Rave Theater Festival Coming Back in 2020. Dates are . . .

I mean, you can’t make this @#$% up. Last year, I announced that my office was finding some scraps of time and money here and there to put together a brand new theater festival right her…

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Theatre Review: ‘Pilgrims Musa and Sheri in the New World’ at Mosaic Theater Company by Lee Jeffreys

Romantic, funny and complex, Mosaic Theater Company offers a must-see theatrical event that is sure to warm hearts and occupy minds of those who are lucky enough to experience it. “Pilgrim…

Linked From mdtheatreguide.com at 11:24AM

You Stupid Darkness!, Southwark Playhouse review - an intriguing muddle by Matt Wolf

Overlong Sam Steiner play needs clarity to go with its compassion Armageddon would appear to be at the gates in Sam Steiner’s intriguing if ramshackle play, a co-production between Paines…

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Theatre Review: Ken Ludwig’s ‘The Game’s Afoot’ at Reston Community Players by Lee Jeffreys

Before this review gets into details, here’s what you really need to know: there aren’t many performances left of Ken Ludwig’s “The Game’s Afoot” by Reston Community Players and …

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Former Broadway Child Stars: Where Are They Now? Because They Owe Me Money by Broadway Beat

by Edward Precht. @pertoltprecht. For many, being a child star can be a gamble - you either tend to the flame of stardom and carry it as far as it takes you, or you burn too bright and too q…

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The PappyShow: Boys review – 10-man team gets to grips with masculinity by Sanjoy Roy

Southbank Centre, LondonThis devised drama about relationships between young men moves from grim violence to understanding Physical theatre company The PappyShow devises its material through…

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Netflix Lands Bradley Cooper's Leonard Bernstein Biopic

Cooper will star in and cowrite the film.

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Kathleen Chalfant, Marsha Mason, Michael Urie Star in Arsenic & Old Lace Reading

Jonathan Silverstein will direct the benefit for Keen Company.

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Matt McGrath to Replace David Pittu in Broadway's Girl From the North Country

The new musical is written by Conor McPherson.

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Desi Oakley Steps In For Act 2 as Jenna In WAITRESS London Following Lucie Jones' Return

After making her West End debut as Jenna in Waitress Desi Oakley again took to the West End stage last night in the lead role after Lucie Jones was unable to perform for Act 2 following he…

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The Subtext: C.A. Johnson’s Trapped Women by American Theatre Editors

The writer of 'Thirst' and 'All the Natalie Portmans' talks about her Louisiana upbringing, starting out in fan fiction, and why she writes about cornered women.

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‘Continues to relate in the 21st century’: STREET SCENE – Touring ★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Street Scene is an enjoyable production with outstanding performances from the cast and its diverse and reflective music accommodating the reality of living in a tenement in the 1940s.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Christopher Beeny – Upstairs Downstairs actor with prolific stage career by Michael Quinn

By the time he shot to fame as the footman Edward in Upstairs Downstairs in 1971, Christopher Beeny had been performing for

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Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - "Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation" - 1/20/20 by Marc Miller

A New York with a Forbidden Broadway in it is always a happier place. And the franchise's latest incarnation, Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation, currently occupying the York, is a pip.

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Opera North to name new HQ after multimillion-pound donor Keith Howard by Georgia Snow

Opera North will name its new Leeds headquarters the Howard Opera Centre after philanthropist Keith Howard, who is donating £11.25 million towards

Linked From The Stage Registration at 10:54AM

Julie’s Bicycle and Artsadmin launch 2020 climate change festival by Ruth Comerford

Creative sustainability charity Julie’s Bicycle has partnered with Artsadmin to launch its 2020 cultural festival, dedicated to climate change. Season of Change

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Reg Stewart – ‘guaranteed to give a well-turned performance’ by Michael Quinn

East 15 graduate Reg Stewart was a jobbing actor who lent reliability and a guarantee of a well-turned performance to a career

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Check Out Production Photos of Everybody's Talking About Jamie's New Cast by Nathan Skethway

The hit London musical welcomes Noah Thomas to the title role, along with a host of new additions.

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Malcolm Farquhar – ‘transformed the fortunes of the Everyman Cheltenham in the 1970s’ by Michael Quinn

As artistic director of the Everyman Cheltenham for 12 years from 1971, Malcolm Farquhar transformed the fortunes of the Frank Matcham-designed venue.

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Imelda Staunton and Rafe Spall to Star in Apple TV+’s Trying by Dan Meyer

The West End alums will star in the comedy series about a couple who want to have a baby (but can’t).

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Watch Billy Porter Sing With 2 Boundary-Breaking Children’s Choirs on The View by Ruthie Fierberg

An all-Black middle school chorus and all-Jewish middle school chorus united to honor Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

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Fat-shaming Falstaff — Calixto Bieito updates Verdi with dirty T-shirts and dogging

Staatsoper Hamburg’s production glories in slobbishness but the performances are more refined

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Eboni Booth's Paris Opens at Atlantic Theater Company by Olivia Clement

The world premiere, directed by Knud Adams, marks the professional playwriting debut of playwright and performer Booth.

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Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire Will Receive Lifetime Achievement Award At 35th Annual Bistro Awards

Lyricist and director Richard Maltby, Jr. and composer David Shire will be honored at the 35th annual Bistro Awards where they will be receiving the Bob Harrington Lifetime Achievement Award…

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Matt McGrath Joins Bob Dylan-Conor McPherson Musical Girl From the North Country on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Cabaret actor replaces David Pittu, who has left the production due to a scheduling conflict.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Misty Copeland, More to Be Featured on Apple TV+’s Dear… Docuseries by Dan Meyer

The series will explore the cultural influencers' biographies through written letters.

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Helena Citrónová — Somtow Sucharitkul’s Auschwitz-set opera premieres in Bangkok

A work of intriguing moral ambiguity was sung with passionate commitment at the Thailand Cultural Centre

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Read Reviews for the New Off-Broadway Musical Emojiland by Playbill Staff

See what critics think of the musical comedy, starring Ann Harada, George Abud, Lesli Margherita, Lucas Steele, and many more.

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Derek Fowlds – TV and stage actor best known for Yes Minister and Basil Brush by Michael Quinn

For the generation who grew up watching television in the early 1970s, Derek Fowlds will be best remembered as Basil Brush’s long-suffering

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What Did Critics Think of Off-Broadway's Gender-Swapped Timon of Athens? by Ryan McPhee

The Theatre for a New Audience production opened January 19.

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It was announced today that Matt McGrath (Cabaret, A Streetcar Named Desire) will join the Broadway production of the hit musical Girl from the North Country in the role of Reverend Marlowe.…

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A Look at Atlanta's DIY Performance Scene by Porter Grubbs, Frankie Mulinix

By Porter Grubbs, Frankie Mulinix. Frankie Mulinix and Porter Grubbs introduce the three-part Atlanta series with a conversation about the city’s performance scene, building audiences, the…

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Mexico’s national Ballet Folclórico dancing in San Jose this week by Linda Zavoral

Troupe will pay tribute to the country's rich cultural traditions in two performances

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Dancer and choreographer Dickson Mbi: ‘Popping has changed my life’ by Ruth Comerford

Dickson Mbi is a hip-hop dancer and choreographer who has worked with artists including Russell Maliphant and Akram Khan. One of the

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Lunar New Year: Insider’s guide to San Franciso’s Chinatown by Jessica Yadegaran

Celebrate the Year of the Rat with impossibly delicious dim sum from Good Mong Kok Bakery, lunar-inspired cocktails at Moongate Lounge, kimono shopping at Kim + Ono, and more.

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Fosse/Verdon Star Michelle Williams, Fleabag's Phoebe Waller-Bridge Continue Winning Streak at Screen Actors Guild Awards by Dan Meyer

Williams’ Broadway-bound co-star Sam Rockwell also took home an award January 19.

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Gideon Glick Joins LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Tonight, January 21

Tony Award nominee Gideon Glick (To Kill A Mockingbird, Significant Other) takes over the role of 'Seymour' in Little Shop of Horrors beginning tonight, January 21, for seven weeks through M…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 by Susan Grace

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John Henry “Jack” Coogan: Jackie Coogan’s Father by Trav S.D.

Jack Coogan (1886-1935), originally from Syracuse, started out in vaudeville as a dancer and comedian. In 1913 he married fellow performer Lillian Dolliver. Their child John Leslie “jackie…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 09:32AM

First Look: Bianca Del Rio, Noah Thomas and more in Everybody's Talking About Jamie

New photos of Jamie New and pals have been released as the West End production of Everybody's Talking About Jamie continues to wow audiences at London's Apollo Theatre. Take a peek at the b…

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BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Red Carpet on Opening Night of A SOLDIER'S PLAY- Live at 6pm!

Tonight's the night! A Soldier's Play opens officially today, January 21, 2020. This is a limited engagement at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway (227 West 42nd Street). Be sure to t…

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BEHIND THE SCENES: What’s happening in rehearsals for On McQuillan’s Hill? by Featured Content

It's all fun and smiles until it gets physical! That's certainly what rehearsals for On McQuillan's Hill look like if these rehearsal images are anything to go by. Take a look, then book you…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 09:22AM

BWW TV: Lesli Margherita, Josh Lamon & More Celebrate Opening Night of EMOJILAND!

Emojiland has officially opened off-Broadway! The new musical will run through Sunday, March 8, 2020 at The Duke on 42nd Street in New 42nd Street Studios (229 West 42nd Street, between 7th …

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East Bay city asks for input on police headquarters revamp into cultural arts center by Angela Ruggiero

The city of Dublin will remodel the current police headquarters into a cultural arts center, and is seeking the input of residents on Saturday.

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MY NAME IS LUCY BARTON – Laura Linney remembers by Oscar E Moore

  O ye of little patience.  Ye who do not appreciate the written words of Rona Munro who has adapted Elizabeth Strout’s 2016 bestseller My Name is Lucy Barton featuring two extremely com…

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A new dance work, ‘Drama Tops, this is for you,’ takes on athleticism, masculinity and transgender identity by Brendan Kiley

Elby Brosch's “Drama Tops, this is for you," running Jan. 28-30 at Washington Hall, was largely built in minutes-long segments for nightclubs and drag shows.

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‘All a bit too minimalist’: BECKETT TRIPLE BILL – Jermyn Street Theatre by John Chapman

A man sitting behind a table, a man sitting on the edge of an unmade bed, two men sitting on a park bench. These are the settings in the Samuel Beckett Triple Bill currently at the tiny Jerm…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Standing @ Zero: West Side Story's Jarred Manista by JK

Happy New Year, Ensemblist fans everywhere! We are so thrilled by your overwhelming response to these pictorial tributes to the men who stand at 0 every night when they bring their hard work…

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A year in the West End & Six success continues with booking extended once again

It began on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2017 & now Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ ‘her-story’ has just opened in Sydney, has its Broadway debut in February, is currently touring t…

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August Wilson award goes to The Black Rep in St. Louis by Christopher Rawson

Theaters completing the American Century Cycle are honored by the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette and August Wilson House.

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“Theater” as political insult. Lesbians on Stage. Broadway Week. #Stageworthy News of the Week by New York Theater

When did “theater” become an insult? With the impeachment trial scheduled to begin in earnest this week, the one thing that the right and the left, Democrats and Republicans, seem to agr…

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What is the drama school audition panel looking for? by Samantha Marsden

Applying for drama school this year? Samantha Marsden speaks to teachers and students from schools including RADA, Italia Conti, LAMDA and the

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Tuesday, January 21, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

Reviews are in for “Emojiland,” Theatre Faves Win at SAG Awards, Pfeiffer and Raver-Lampman Sing for “Gun and Powder” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podca…

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NEWS: Janie Dee will star in the London premiere of Christopher Durang’s Vanya & Sonia & Masha & Spike by Press Releases

Two time Olivier award-winner Janie Dee is to star in the London premiere of Christopher Durang’s Tony Award-winning Best Play comedy Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike.

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Gideon Glick Takes Over as Seymour in Off-Broadway's Little Shop of Horrors by Olivia Clement

Glick, who takes over from Jonathan Groff January 21, previously stepped into the leading role last fall.

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Arts Council awards £4.3 million to diverse cultural organisations by Giverny Masso

Artistic Directors of the Future and Touretteshero are among the recipients of £4.3 million of funding from Arts Council England to be

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Cumbernauld Theatre’s artistic director Ed Robson steps down by Ruth Comerford

Cumbernauld Theatre artistic director and joint chief executive Ed Robson has stepped down, as the Scottish company undergoes a restructure. It comes

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Picasso and Paper at the RA: countless surprises

This enthralling exhibition at London’s Royal Academy illuminates the 20th-century’s history as well as the artist’s

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Lookback: on learning how to slow down after recovering from a near-fatal illness by Terry Teachout

From 2006: I woke up this morning at nine-thirty, an hour later than my normal get-up-and-go time. As I descended from the loft in which I spend my nights, it struck me that I had nothing wh…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Luzia at the Royal Albert Hall by Emma Clarendon

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the European premiere of Luzia at the Royal Albert Hall.

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Why Every Broadway Professional Needs to Attend BroadwayCon Industry Day by Ruthie Fierberg

What to expect from the programming and how it’s catered to both seasoned vets and aspiring pros.

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Broadway Week, Featuring 2-For-1 Tickets to Ain't Too Proud, West Side Story, and More, Kicks Off January 21 by Olivia Clement

The biannual promotion returns with offers on 21 Broadway shows through February 9.

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Charles Fuller's A Soldier’s Play Opens on Broadway January 21 by Olivia Clement

Kenny Leon directs the Pulitzer Prize-winning drama at the American Airlines theatre.

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Almanac: Samuel Butler on sickness and health by Terry Teachout

“I reckon being ill as one of the great pleasures of life, provided one is not too ill and is not obliged to work till one is better.” Samuel Butler, The Way of All Flesh

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Cara Vita: A Clown Concerto receives European premiere at VAULT Festival by Featured Content

Cara Vita: A Clown Concerto, which explores the joys, sorrows, and hilarity of contemporary adulthood through music, circus and magic, will be seen in Europe for the first time this February…

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Review: Magic Goes Wrong, Vaudeville Theatre by Nina Cave

Review: Magic Goes Wrong, Vaudeville Theatre3.0starsI’m ashamed to say that until Magic Goes Wrong I hadn’t seen any of Mischief Theatre Company’s work, despite following their plethor…

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NEWS: Michael Longhurst announces his second season at the Donmar Warehouse by Press Releases

Michael Longhurst has announced his second season as artistic of the Donmar Warehouse. The first production will be Pulitzer Prize-winner Suzan-Lori Parks’ modern epic In the Blood (17 Apr…

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US actor Lois Smith: ‘People retire because they think it’s time – I haven’t felt that way’ by Howard Sherman

In her seven-decade career, the veteran actor has worked with everyone from James Dean to Steppenwolf Theatre Company. She tells Howard Sherman

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Sneak peek: Terri attended the private screening for Kinky Boots at the cinema

Two weeks from today (21 January 2020), KINKY BOOTS sashays back into cinema as Kinky Boots The Musical gets its cinematic release. Faves founder Terri Paddock got a sneak-peek at an advance…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Michael Longhurst announces second Donmar Warehouse season by Georgia Snow

Michael Longhurst has unveiled his second season as artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse, which includes a stage adaptation of the film

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English National Ballet’s 70th Anniversary Gala review at London Coliseum – ‘a triumphant night’ by Anna Winter

Seventy years ago, British ballet stars Alicia Markova and Anton Dolin, along with impresario Julian Braunsweg, set up the company that would

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Review: Dial M for Murder, Richmond Theatre by Samuel Nicholls

Review: Dial M for Murder, Richmond Theatre2.0starsWhen playwright Frederick Knott first conceived and wrote Dial M for Murder in 1948, he identified the text’s core strength as its seriou…

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Review Roundup: WHAT THE CONSTITUTION MEANS TO ME in Los Angeles at the Mark Taper Forum - What Did the Critics Think?

What the Constitution Means to Me officially opened this week at the Mark Taper Forum. Starring Maria Dizzia, written by Heidi Schreck and directed by Oliver Butler, performances will contin…

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Wake Up With BWW 1/21: A SOLDIER'S PLAY Opens, and More!

Today's top stories: A Soldier's Play officially opens tonight, and more!

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Exclusive: Unearthed council report reveals full horror of safety failings at zombie show Variant 31 by Matthew Hemley

Shocking new details outlining the full extent of safety failings at immersive zombie show Variant 31 have emerged, revealing that the show’s

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Acting coach/director Paul McNeilly: ‘Take classes in between jobs. It keeps confidence high’ by John Byrne

How did you start in theatre? I went to youth theatre for two years, and then the Poor School in London. After

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Actor Kim Vithana: My first job led to a career in film and television by John Byrne

My first job was an absolute dream: a 10-part series called The Specials in which I played a special constable called Anjali

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‘Achingly beautiful’: ROMANTICS ANONYMOUS – Bristol by Emily Garside

For every introverted socially awkward nerd Romantics Anonymous feels like seeing your fears and secrets on stage without being mocked.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Review: Shackleton and his Stowaway, Park Theatre by Olivia Kiely

Review: Shackleton and his Stowaway, Park Theatre3.0starsTonight we venture on an expedition- Shackleton and his Stowaway takes us on the perilous journey made by our title characters Ernest…

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Toby Jones: 'Actors talking about acting? It makes you scream!' by Andrew Dickson

He’s played everything from an elf in Harry Potter to Truman Capote and a harassed coach driver. Now, Jones is taking on Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Just don’t call it the role of a lifetim…

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Pioneering climate change plays to be revived in UK theatres by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Contingency Plan by Steve Waters to be staged at Donmar Warehouse and Theatr Clwyd A double bill of plays that premiered 10 years ago and were hailed as the first big theatre productions to …

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Murder and the Military: A Soldier's Play, Starring David Alan Grier and Blair Underwood, Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Charles Fuller's Pulitzer-winning drama A Soldier's Play opens at the American Airlines Theatre on January 21. Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the Broadway-premiere production of Roundabout T…

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The Green Room: What advice would you give someone with no agent? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​​​​​ Emily

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Why Not Do The Crazy Thing? by Variety

Why playwright Bess Wohl, now making her Broadway debut with “Grand Horizons,” keeps asking for the impossible.

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

BWW Interview: Joe Iconis On Bringing BE MORE CHILL To London

Be More Chill, a musical about a teenage boy who uses a supercomputer brain implant to help him fit in at school and get the girl, became a surprise Broadway hit thanks to its hugely dedicat…

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Does Your State Prohibit Non-Voting Board Directors? by Joe Patti

A few years back I made a post addressing the assumption that ex officio positions on a board of directors were automatically non-voting. Spoilers: That is not the case. Apropos to that, I r…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Review: Get ready for some clever mind play in Haley’s ‘Nether’ by Joanne Engelhardt

In the rather other-worldly place of “The Nether,” a somewhat disturbing play by Jennifer Haley now at Dragon Productions Theatre in Redwood City, the world – at least the world in the…

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Review: Costumes and cast stand out in ‘A Doll’s House, Part 2’ by Joanne Engelhardt

Palo Alto Players is currently offering “A Doll’s House, Part 2,” a bit of a hard sell in this day and age when it’s likely not everyone is familiar with Henrik Ibsen’s original cl…

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Ruth Negga interview: 'I remember thinking, I'm going to embrace my difference, and I think maybe that fuelled my acting' by Robert Ito, Robert Ito

The Ethiopian-Irish actor, who was Oscar-nominated for her turn in the 2016 biopic 'Loving', talks to Robert Ito about her second stab at 'Hamlet' on the New York stage, her role in Rebecca …

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Stage manager Katie Jackson: ‘It’s not just actors, we also get pre-show nerves’ by Katie Jackson

It is a well-known and widely accepted fact that performers are subject to nerves. I have worked with a couple of actors

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Catherine Kodicek: Theatre prides itself on being inclusive – in these toxic times how can it include everyone? by Catherine Kodicek

I think it’s fair to say that the theatre world leans mostly to the left. Yes, I’m part of a metropolitan, elite

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

“Judy:” Bittersweet Drama Celebrates Icon with Imposing Portrayal by Zellweger by Irem Yasar

“I have to leave my children if I want to make enough money to be with my children?” says Judy Garland, played by Renee Zellweger, to her friend Ken Frisch with a look of desperation. We…

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Tuesday, January 21, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

David Suchet – Poirot and More: A Retrospective by Arts Review

Although he is best known for his portrayal of Agatha Christie’s elegant Belgian detective Hercule Poirot, a role he has played for 25 years, David Suchet is a much celebrated actor, havin…

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Why Michael Urie Has Jesse Tyler Ferguson to Thank for His New Broadway Gig - The stage star chats about 'Grand Horizons' and why he's not worried abo

The stage star chats about his role in Grand Horizons, acting opposite Jane Alexander and why he's not worried about being typecast---Michael Urie acknowledges that he often plays gay charac…

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The Sunset Limited Opens January 21 at London's Boulevard Theatre by Dan Meyer

Tony winner Terry Johnson directs the two-hander by Cormac McCarthy.

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Scenes With Girls Opens at Royal Court Theatre January 21 by Dan Meyer

The Miriam Battye play follows two best friends as they grow up.

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New Musical Maybe Happy Ending, Directed by Michael Arden, Begins January 21 by Andrew Gans

The American premiere plays Atlanta’s Alliance Theatre.

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IMPRESSIONS: Thomas L. Defrantz/SLIPPAGE’s “Soundz in the Back of My Head” at Gibney by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Thomas L. Defrantz/SLIPPAGE’s “Soundz in the Back of My Head” at Gibney, "For much of the hour-long piece, Defrantz speaks, sometimes academically (he is a professor a…

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Dancewave Announces Spring 2020 Artists-in-Residence by The Dance Enthusiast

Dancewave Announces Spring 2020 Artists-in-Residence. Congratulations, Rohan Bhargava, Winston Dynamite Brown & Latra Ann Wilson!

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