Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Gifted by Lara Altunian

The post Gifted appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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My Name Is Lucy Barton by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Laura Linney is never one to avoid a challenge. When she last appeared at Manhattan Theatre Club’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre she was alternating in the roles of “Regina” and “Birdie…

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Before The Book of Mormon there was a Mormon Boy! by Peter J Snee

The international one-man sensation Confessions of a Morman Boy returns to Australia after its successful season as part of the 2019 Sydney

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD to Participate in Panel Discussion on Criminal Justice Reform

Aaron Sorkin joins original cast members of the current Broadway production TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD to take an unflinching look at today's criminal justice system.

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Asia TOPA – Dance Program by Peter J Snee

Dance has become an art form where language transcends traditional forms of communication and this idea has been explored in

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Sony and Netflix In Talks for MATILDA Movie Musical Distribution Deal

Matilda the Musical is headed to the big screen!

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

“Black Drop Effect:” Indigenous Voices Offering New Historical Perspective by Amanda Harris

Review: Black Drop Effect, directed by Felix Cross for Sydney Festival Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander readers are advised this article contains names of deceased people. Nardi Simpso…

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CARRAGHER'S TOP PICK OF 2019 by Bernard Carragher

The Irish Rep productions of O’Casey’s three early plays represent theater at its best.

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GalaPro tests out smart glasses with live captions on Broadway by Caitlin Huston

GalaPro, the company behind the live caption app for Broadway shows, is now testing out smart glasses with captions in the theater.  The glasses, which GalaPro in launching in partnership w…

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Breaking Ground Ceremony for new environmentally prepared art gallery at Boyd’s Riversdale property by Arts Review

A revitalising smoking ceremony has marked the turning of the first sod of construction to realise Bundanon Trust’s Masterplan to safely house and display its collection and expand its edu…

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Faustus: That Damned Woman, Lyric Hammersmith review - gender swap yields muddled results by Marianka Swain

Chris Bush's retelling has feminist urgency, but lacks dramatic coherence Changing the gender of the title character “highlights the way in which women still operate in a world designed by…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

“The White Album:” Finding Community and Solidarity in Joan Didion’s Play Adaptation by Karen Cummings

We tell ourselves stories in order to live. – Joan Didion, The White Album Theatre can be many things. It can provide a catalyst to action, help us make sense of the world, make us feel p…

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Photo Flash: Laura Osnes, Kyle Selig, and Tommy Bracco Host Broadway Workshop Master Classes

On Monday, January 20th, Broadway stars Laura Osnes, Kyle Selig, and Tommy Bracco, all taught a one-day master class at Broadway Workshop in New York City. Students in the master class …

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VIDEO: Sting and the Cast of THE LAST SHIP Perform on THE LATE LATE SHOW

Late Late Show guest Sting moves from the couch to the stage area to perform 'The Last Ship' with the cast of his show by the same name.

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REALITY THEATRE Opens at Trap Door Feb. 23 by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Showbiz Chicago REALITY THEATRE Opens at Trap Door Feb. 23 ‘Reality Theatre’ is Next Up for Trap Open, a Trap Door Theatre program. Written by [...] REALITY THEATRE Opens at Trap Door F…

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BOYS IN THE BAND Lambda Legal Benefit Performance Feb. 13 by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Showbiz Chicago BOYS IN THE BAND Lambda Legal Benefit Performance Feb. 13 Windy City Playhouse (3014 W. Irving Park Rd.) today announced a special performance of their [...] BOYS IN THE BAN…

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Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Returns to Auditorium Theatre March 4-8 by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Showbiz Chicago Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater Returns to Auditorium Theatre March 4-8 The Auditorium Theatre’s Visiting Resident Company Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns …

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American Writers Museum To Honor VIOLA SPOLIN by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Showbiz Chicago American Writers Museum To Honor VIOLA SPOLIN Join the American Writers Museum as they honor the work of Viola Spolin, author and [...] American Writers Museum To Honor VIOL…

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Broadway production of Six the Musical announces cast by Sean McLoughlin

Brittney Mack, Adrianna Hicks, Andrea Macasaet, Abby Mueller, Samantha Pauly, and Anna Uzele will reprise their roles as Henry VIII’s

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Expanding Best Picture To More Than Five Nominees Was ‘One Of The Best Moves The Oscars Have Ever Made’ by Artsjournal1

Kyle Buchanan: “Of course, the decision to blow up the best-picture category wasn’t greeted with nearly as much enthusiasm in June 2009 … Industry veterans worried that the expansion w…

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Vancouver Symphony Appoints New Executive Director by Artsjournal

Before joining the VSO, Angela Elster was senior vice-president of research and education at the Royal Conservatory of Music in Toronto, where she played a key role in opening the TELUS Cent…

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Why We Should End Tourism. But We Won’t by Artsjournal

A 2018 study published in the journal Nature Climate Change announced tourism alone—that’s nonessential pleasure travel—is responsible for 8 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions.…

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Arts Council England Says It Will Invest In Arts In Every Village And Town. Feasible? by Artsjournal

The strategy lists four principles guiding whether ACE will invest public money: “ambition and quality”, “inclusivity and relevance”, “dynamism”, and “environmental responsibil…

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Poetry Written By AI Is Getting Much Better (Stylistically) by Artsjournal

GPT-2’s writing is grammatically correct. It all more or less sounds true to its source, if all you heard was the tone. But what those sequences mean, therein lies the rub. GPT-2’s poetr…

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Why Do We Define Success As Growth? Success Might Actually Mean “De-Growing” by Artsjournal

On this midsummer morning, 40 thinkers and activists have come together to challenge the core economic orthodoxy of our time: that growth is the most critical measure of human flourishing, a…

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Peter Handke’s Nobel Prize Shows Why Aesthetics Alone Should Not Be The Criterion by Artsjournal

The controversy has spurred long-standing debates about where stories come from, who is responsible for them and what it means as a writer to bear witness to truth — and also, which person…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

‘Yoga Cocaine’ by Daralyse Lyons by Kyle V.  Hiller

In Daralyse Lyons’s ‘Yoga Cocaine,’ a volatile woman living with addiction discovers that vulnerability is even harder than keeping the protections we make for ourselves. Kyle V. Hille…

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An LA Theatre Award-Nominated Cast of Tad Mosel's "Impromptu"! by Darryl Maximilian Robinson

Joined by 2016 Fellow Elate Season Ticket Holder Award Nominees Casey Kruber as Winnifred, Joey Tresize as Tony and Award Winner Lucy Krubiner as Lora, Darryl Maximilian Robinson earned a B…

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The Sugar Syndrome, Orange Tree Theatre review - pushing empathy to the limit by Aleks.sierz

Excellent revival of Lucy Prebble's disturbing debut play about illegal desire Your sweet tooth can get you into trouble. Lots of trouble. In this revival of Lucy Prebble's provocative debut…

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Anna Uzele, Abby Mueller and More on Bringing the Reign of New Musical Six to Broadway by Broadway.com

Six star Anna Uzele, Abby Mueller, co-creators Lucy Moss and Toby Marlow talk about the new musical's world domination and arriving on Broadway.

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The Phantom of the Opera's Maree Johnson on Why Madame Giry is the Strong Female Role We Need by Michael Appler

Maree Johnson plays Madame Giry, the inscrutable and mystifying ballet mistress curiously familiar with the opera's more rowdy downstairs tenant, in The Phantom of the Opera on Broadway. Ta…

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Backstage at The Phantom of the Opera with Ben Crawford, Episode 5: Great Ideas by Broadway.com

Star Ben Crawford gets a lot of good ideas from The Phantom of the Opera company backstage at the Majestic Theatre.

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Joe DiPietro Is Creating New Dr. Seuss Musical If I Ran the Circus with Pop Star Nate Ruess by Andy Lefkowitz

Joe DiPietro, the two-time Tony-winning Memphis co-creator readying for a Broadway return with Diana, has another stage project on the horizon. DiPietro is working with Nate Ruess, front …

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The Six Wives Club: Meet the Cast of the New Broadway Musical by Diep Tran

The Six queens greeted their subjects on January 28 at the Queensyard restaurant. The cast and creators of Six answered questions for the press and posed for photos. The new musical is a loo…

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27th Annual LA Women’s Theatre Fest “2020 VISION!” in March by Pauline Adamek

The Los Angeles Women’s Theatre Festival (LAWTF) marks 27 years of producing well over 500 extraordinary multicultural and multidisciplinary solo performers from around the globe. The …

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Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal: “Dance Me” at The Broad Stage by Pauline Adamek

The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica presents Les Ballets Jazz de Montréal (BJM) performing its original work Leonard Cohen’s Dance Me, a dance performance about the famed p…

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The “Science of Horror” at National History Museum by Pauline Adamek

Now on view at National History Museum, from OCTOBER 10, 2019 through APRIL 19, 2020 (free with paid museum admission and Free for Members) is the Science of Horror exhibition. We all s…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Black Creativity thrives in its 50th year by Arionne Nettles

The legacy of the Museum of Science and Industry exhibition is built on cultural representation and innovation. Little superheroes dashed out of the Black Creati…

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The Sugar Syndrome review – Lucy Prebble's dark encounters still connect by Arifa Akbar

Orange Tree, LondonOscar Toeman directs a striking revival of the 2003 play about the relationship between a teenage girl and a paedophile Since Lucy Prebble’s award-winning first play pr…

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The Industry’s “Sweet Land” opening in February by Pauline Adamek

The Industry–the company that created the groundbreaking operatic events Invisible Cities and Hopscotch–now brings you a grotesque historical pageant that disrupts the dominant narrat…

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The Mousetrap puts on fun house finery at Court by Dmitry Samarov

Sean Graney's production offers a visually clever update of Agatha Christie's classic whodunit. Sean Graney directs a revival of the most commercially successful…

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Cynthia Erivo Remembers Oscar Winner Kobe Bryant, Talks Oscars Diversity Controversy

Cynthia Ervio sat down with a?oeExtra's' Renee Bargh at the annual Oscar nominees luncheon, where she reflected on Oscar winner Kobe Bryant's sudden death.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos & More Announced as OSCARS Presenters

Show producers Lynette Howell Taylor and Stephanie Allain today announced additional presenters for the 92nd Oscars® telecast. “The Oscars” will air live Sunday, Feb. 9, on ABC.

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Bud Light and Brünnhilde: ‘Das Barbecü”s Ring Cycle Reimagining by Matthew Wexler

On Site Opera presents 'Das Barbecü,' a reimagining of Wagner's Ring Cycle, at Hill Country Barbecue Market in New York City. The post Bud Light and Brünnhilde: ‘Das Barbecü”s Ring C…

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Grease revs up the revival engines at Marriott by Jack Helbig

Scott Weinstein's staging is far more knock-out than knockoff. It is hard not to have low expectations for yet another revival of Jim Jacobs and Warren Casey's 1…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

‘Such a Fun Age’ by Kiley Reid by Kirsten Bowen

In Kiley Reid’s debut novel, Emira and her employer Alix navigate racism, privilege, and transactional relationships in 2015 Philadelphia. Kirsten Bowen reviews.

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Roe is a history lesson and a warning by Catey Sullivan

Lisa Loomer's docudrama examines the landmark abortion rights case. In 1984, my roommate drove across two states so she could get a legal abortion. It took a wee…

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A First Look at Maybe Happy Ending at Alliance Theatre by Nathan Skethway

The new musical, directed by Tony nominee Michael Arden, began performances January 21 at the Atlanta theatre.

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The Adult in the Room doesn't do full justice to Nancy Pelosi by Marissa Oberlander

Orlagh Cassidy centers this one-woman show, but the script needs more depth. Nancy Pelosi is having her moment. From her literal clapback at President Trump to h…

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‘The Royale’ Director Paige Hernandez talks boxing, hip hop, and the virtue of politeness by Nicole Hertvik

Multidisciplinary artist Paige Hernandez is not a fan of boundaries. Whether performing, directing or teaching, the Baltimore native has made a career out of blending artistic forms and reac…

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Off-Broadway Play Bundle of Sticks Sets Gay Conversion Therapy in Underground Australian Town by Olivia Clement

J. Julian Christopher's new play, cast without cis male actors, will premiere at INTAR Theatre in February.

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Nat Jobe on getting Donkeyfied! by Gabi Bergman

Shrek The Musical has flown its freak flag! The crazy and colourful bunch are currently on show at Sydney’s Lyric Theatre,

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Bridging the spiritual and political divide in I Hunger for You by Irene Hsiao

Kimberly Bartosik/daela make their Chicago debut. In 2017, when choreographer and former Merce Cunningham dancer Kimberly Bartosik began working on I Hunger for …

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Print With A Purpose by Ceci Dadisman

We tend to question whether or not we still need to place print advertising. The efficacy of newspaper ads  depends on your market and target audience. That said, I just saw a really great …

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See the Cast and Creatives of Broadway's Six Meet the Press by Nathan Skethway

The concert-style musical featuring the six wives of Henry VIII begins performances on Broadway February 13.

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Verböten has some sharp songs, but the book sags by Catey Sullivan

Jason Narducy and Brett Neveu's portrait of a 1983 teen punk band needs more edge. The opening tune Jason Narducy penned for his autobiographically inspired musi…

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Live From Lincoln Center Will Live Stream Concerts With André De Shields, Joe Iconis, More by Andrew Gans

The concerts, which begin January 29, are part of Lincoln Center’s American Songbook series.

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(Douglas Murray’s article appreared in The Spectator, 1/27.) Tom Stoppard talks about inspiration, growing older and his new play, Leopoldstadt Sir Tom Stoppard is Britain’s — perhaps …

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Belated R.I.P. to Stefan Kanfer by Trav S.D.

Somehow I didn’t get the memo that author/critic/journalist Stefan Kanfer passed away a year and a half ago. The years are flying by now. We’d exchanged some correspondence over the yea…

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Bob Avian Memoir, DANCING MAN, Will be Released This Spring

Tony and Olivier Awarda?"winning Bob Avian's dazzling life story, Dancing Man: A Broadway Choreographer's Journey, is a memoir told in three acts.

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The Leopard Play, or Sad Songs for Lost Boys examines a fractured Mexican American family by Kerry Reid

Isaac Gomez's world premiere at Steep takes us over the border of trauma and truth. If you're in the mood for some serious decolonizing after the Jeanine Cummins…

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Iconic musical Rent to be revived at Hope Mill Theatre in July 2020 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Jonathan Larson's Rent is to be revived at Manchester's Hope Mill Theatre this summer directed by Luke Sheppard. This post Iconic musical Rent to be revived at Hope Mill Thea…

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RIVERDALE to Stage HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH For Season Four Musical Episode

Riverdale has set Hedwig and the Angry Inch for season four's musical episode, according to Entertainment Weekly. 

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Live From Lincoln Center Will Stream Performances by André De Shields, Joe Iconis and More

Live From Lincoln Center will livestream four intimate performances as part of Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series.

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Watch André De Shields, Joe Iconis and More Perform in American Songbook Series!

Live From Lincoln Center will livestream four intimate performances as part of Lincoln Center's acclaimed American Songbook series.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)


This sprightly, clever musical proves that theater doesn t always have to enlighten; it can simply tickle.

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Paul Rudnick takes aim at Ivanka et al by New York Theater

He’s known as a  playwright (“Jeffrey” and “I Hate Hamlet”) screenwriter (“Addams Family Values,” “In & Out”) novelist (Social Disease, I’ll Take It) and essayist (I…

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VIDEO: Matt Bomer Talks Adapting THE BOYS IN THE BAND For the Screen

Matt Bomer was a guest on Tuesday's episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, and during the interview, he spoke about the upcoming film adaptation of The Boys in the Band!

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‘The intimate space brings the audience into the play’: COPS – Southwark Playhouse by Elaine Chapman

With racial tensions high, Mob rule rife and the corruption inside the police force ever-present, we embark on what appears to be the downfall of a section of the Mob.

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FIRST LOOK: Back To The Future the musical in rehearsals by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Back To The Future the musical is now in rehearsals for its upcoming out of town preview at the Manchester Opera House prior to a West End transfer. This post FIRST LOOK: Bac…

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch Is Heading to Riverdale by Ryan McPhee

The CW series tackles the rock musical after airing Carrie and Heathers-themed episodes in previous seasons.

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BWW TV: Hangin' with the Queens of SIX on Broadway!

Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, SIX the wives of Henry VIII take the mic to reclaim their identities out of the shadow of their i…

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“A Dime!”: Best Audition Song Suggestions for 42nd Street by Performerstuff

“A Dime!”: Best Audition Song Suggestions for 42nd Street Written by Tiffany Wilkie January 17, 2020 If you are searching for the perfect audition song for 42nd Street, then expl…

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The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia presents ‘Music of the Enlightenment’ by Gail Obenreder

The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia hails the glass harmonica to revive the Enlightenment—an appropriate sound for Philadelphia’s history. Gail Obenreder reviews.

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Darko Tresnjak Helms Reading of Nate Ruess & Joe DiPietro's New Dr. Seuss Musical

According to Forbes, fun. frontman Nate Ruess is hard at work on a new Dr. Seuss musical based on If I Ran the Circus. Tony winner Darko Tresnjak directed a private reading of the new show …

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Using Fun And Games To Teach Professional Dancers by Artsjournal

“Just because students are in an advanced technique level doesn’t mean they’ll feel confident moving without set steps.” To get students to explore outside their comfort zones, Alisi…

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Dancers Are Expected To Be More Flexible Than Ever — And That Can Be Dangerous by Artsjournal1

“While high extensions can be very exciting, it is thought that this trend has led to an increase in injuries in the lower back, hips and ankles. Adam Sklute, artistic director of Ballet W…

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Joshua Henry, Judith Light & Bradley Whitford Join Cast of Tick, Tick...BOOM! Film by Andy Lefkowitz

Three more stars have signed on to appear in the upcoming Tick, Tick...BOOM! movie. Three-time Tony nominee Joshua Henry, two-time Tony winner Judith Light and three-time Emmy winner Bradle…

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Photo Flash: Broadway Celebrates on the West Coast at the First Annual Musical Theater Grammy Award Party!

Broadway came out to celebrate in LA last weekend as the Grammy Awards brought some of New York City's biggest talents to the west coast. Producer Jordan Roth and Rick Miramontez hosted the…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

TRUNK PLAY by Sandy MacDonald

This neo-Gothic ghost tale has some down-to-earth charms.

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Theatre Photos of Darryl Maximilian Robinson by Darryl Maximilian Robinson

Chicago, St. Louis and Los Angeles theatre veteran Darryl Maximilian Robinson shares photos, reviews, and off-stage images from his more than 46-year involvement in The Performing Arts, incl…

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Joshua Henry, Judith Light, Bradley Whitford Join Lin-Manuel Miranda's TICK, TICK...BOOM!

Joshua Henry, Judith Light, and Bradley Whitford have joined the cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda's film adaptation of Tick, Tick...Boom!

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Review: Pictland, Katzpace by Aidan Bracebridge

Review: Pictland, Katzpace3.0starsSquabbling over the identity of a society struggling to get by, arguing over which procedures should be considered legitimate and on what grounds, uncoverin…

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REVIEW: Jagged Little Pill by JK

Review of the Friday, January 24, 2020 performance at the Broadhurst Theatre in New York City. Starring Elizabeth Stanle, Sean Allan Krill, Derek Klena, Celia Rose Gooding, Lauren Patten, Ka…

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Watch the Cast and Creative Team of Broadway's Six Share What to Expect from the Broadway Bow by Roberto Araujo

The concert-style musical featuring the six wives of Henry VIII begins performances on Broadway on February 13.

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Judith Light, Joshua Henry, Bradley Whitford Board Lin-Manuel Miranda-Directed Tick, Tick...BOOM! Movie by Dan Meyer

The Broadway alums will join Andrew Garfield, Robin de Jesús, and Vanessa Hudgens on screen.

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Maltz Jupiter Theatre Announces 2020-21 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Florida company will present musical comedies and contemporary plays.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Aisha Jackson, Taylor Iman Jones, Lexi Lawson and More Set For 54 CELEBRATES WHITNEY HOUSTON

Aisha Jackson (Frozen, Waitress), Taylor Iman Jones (Head Over Heels, Scotland, PA), and Lexi Lawson (Hamilton, In the Heights), will be among those taking part in 54 Celebrates Whitney Hous…

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Photo Flash: LaChanze, Liz Callaway & More Unite for Carmel Dean's WELL-BEHAVED WOMEN

Broadway ladies united last weekend for the world premiere of Award-winning composer Carmel Dean's Well-Behaved Women. The cast included: LaChanze, Liz Callaway, Natascia Diaz, Melissa Rose…

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Anna Wintour, Yara Shahidi and More to Co-Host Special Performance of TINA: THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL

Stage Entertainment, James L. Nederlander and Tali Pelman, in association with Tina Turner, have announced that Anna Wintour, Editor in Chief, Vogue U.S.; U.S. Artistic Director and Global C…

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Go Inside the Off-Broadway Opening Night of Romeo & Bernadette by Nathan Skethway

The Amas Musical Theatre production of Mark Saltzman’s musical currently plays at A.R.T./New York Theatres.

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Go Inside Opening Night of Romeo & Bernadette Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The Amas Musical Theatre production of Mark Saltzman’s musical currently plays at A.R.T./New York Theatres.

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Tim Crowley Saved Marfa, Texas And Built It Into An International Destination. Is He Now Ruining It? by Artsjournal1

When Donald Judd, the artist who came to the West Texas desert village and attracted other artists there, died in 1994, he left his foundation with $400 in the bank and Marfa faced doom. The…

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“American Dirt” – An Immigrant Story That Rings False To Immigrants by Artsjournal

The heart of the problem is the industry — the critics, agents, publicists, book dealers who were responsible for this project. They’ve shown just how little they know about the immigran…

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A ‘Slave Play’ Post-Mortem By The Cast And Creative Team by Artsjournal1

Producer Greg Nobile: “Just north of 30 percent of our audience were what we call ‘new to file,’ which means they were actually first-time ticket buyers, which is an incredible number.…

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Will AI-Powered Avatars Replace Many Of Our Public Interactions? by Artsjournal

The idea is that these kinds of AI interactions scale in a way that actual humans do not, and while that may seem ominous for the future of real human connections, from the AI Foundation’s…

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The Race To Create The Darkest-Ever Black Was Actually A Series Of Accidents by Artsjournal1

“We weren’t looking to create the world’s blackest material, “says the founder of Surrey Nanosystems, which introduces Vantablack in 2014. “That wasn’t our thing. We were trying …

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Many Of China’s Arts Venues Shut Over Coronavirus Fears by Artsjournal

The largest potential casualty of the closings is the Hong Kong Arts Festival, which is scheduled to open on February 8 with the Hong Kong Sinfonietta’s world premiere of Alexander Goehr…

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England’s Business Tax To Be Cut 50% For Small Music Venues by Artsjournal1

“230 small and medium-sized venues in England and Wales will see a 50% reduction in business rates, a fee which is charged to most non-domestic properties. It should save each venue an ave…

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Get a Taste of Caroline, or Change's "Salty Teardrops" at BroadwayCon

Stars Nya, Harper Miles, and Nasia Thomas perform a song from the Jeanine Tesori-Tony Kushner musical.

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Rob McClure and His Young Costars Preview Songs From Mrs. Doubtfire at BroadwayCon

We certainly understand clocks much better now.

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Joshua Henry, Judith Light Join Tick, Tick...Boom! Film Cast

Bradley Whitford has also joined the company.

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‘In the Dream House’ by Carmen Maria Machado by Cass Lewis

Carmen Maria Machado’s innovative memoir, ‘In the Dream House,’ examines an abusive relationship from numerous angles, fighting the silence about domestic violence within queer communi…

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New York Pops Announces Broadway Stars Set to Perform During 2020-2021 Season at Carnegie Hall by Andy Lefkowitz

Six Broadway favorites have been selected to lend their voices to the 2020-2021 season of The New York Pops. Steven Reineke will music-direct and conduct the 8:00pm concerts, each set to app…

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Up on the Marquee: MJ THE MUSICAL

Preview performances of MJ the Musical will begin on Monday, July 6th, with Opening Night set for Thursday, August 13th at 6:30 p.m., at the Neil Simon Theatre, New York City.

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Review: Be Here Now at Everyman Theatre. Seizures, sanity and the smell of spring by Jayne Blanchard

What if happiness was not only a choice, but a side effect? That’s the intriguing premise of Deborah Zoe Laufer’s play Be Here Now, which she also directs with depth and quirky humor at …

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Review: Bloomsday at Washington Stage Guild by Steven McKnight

Are there any two more painful and provocative words in the English language than “what if”?  Steven Dietz’s Bloomsday is a sensitive time-bending romance looking at one consequential…

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Company One Theatre Announces Season 21 PlayLab Unit Playwrights by American Theatre Editors

8 Boston-area playwrights will develop new work with the support of Company One.

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GuGu Drum Group brings colorful Chinese percussion show to Bay Area by Randy McMullen

Gugu Drum Group -- which uses percussion, dance and colorful costumes to perform Chinese fables -- comes to San Jose Jan. 31.

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Auberth Bercy, Jianzi Colón-Soto and More Will Star in Musical Adaptation of Chelsea Clinton's SHE PERSISTED

Atlantic for Kids (Atlantic Theater Company Artistic Director, Neil Pepe; Atlantic Theater Company Managing Director, Jeffory Lawson; Atlantic Acting School Executive Director, Mary McCann; …

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MIDWIVES is the Official Book Club Selection at George Street Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

Chris Bohjahlian's first bestseller MIDWIVES was selected by Oprah Winfrey as one of the earliest entries to her book club upon the novel's publication in 1998. So it's a natural fit as this…

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Rep Stage Announces 4-Show Season by American Theatre Editors

The 2020-21 lineup will feature a world premiere play by Dane Figueroa Edidi.

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Cast Set for She Persisted, the Musical at Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater by Andrew Gans

The Atlantic for Kids production, based on the children's book by Chelsea Clinton, has also extended its run.

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Newsman Dan Rather To Tell Life Stories Off-Broadway For Audible Recording by Greg Evans

Veteran newsman Dan Rather will stage an autobiographical two-night stand Off Broadway next month called Stories Of A Lifetime, recording the show for audiobook publisher Audible. Set for Tu…

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St. Louis Holocaust Museum & Learning Center plans $18 million expansion by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The expansion will triple the size of the existing space. They plan to break ground in May.

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Winter Opera stages a vibrant, comically moving 'Daughter of the Regiment' by Eric Meyer Special To The Post-Dispatch

With no fewer than nine high C's from tenor Issac Frishman, the performance was musically exhilarating, visually vibrant and comically moving.

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Go Inside The Phantom of the Opera's 32nd Anniversary Celebration by Nathan Skethway

Broadway's longest-running musical celebrated its 32nd year on the Great White Way January 26.

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Audible Adds Dan Rather's 'Stories of a Lifetime' to Minetta Lane Lineup by Olivia Clement

The former CBS News anchor will share stories from his long career, childhood, and life after the 2016 election.

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Tech Challenge Champs by Anita Martin

Arkansas has long dominated this event at ITF The post Tech Challenge Champs appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Celia Keenan-Bolger, Blair Underwood and More to be Theatre Forward Broadway Roundtable Panelists

How Does Theatre Mirror Society? will be explored along with drawing on the panelists' experiences and perspectives on Equity, Diversity and Inclusion. Topics of the 17th annual Theatre Forw…

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2020 Broadway spring season preview of musicals: Which will be remembered by the Tony Awards? by Jeffrey Kare

As we are now about halfway through the Broadway season, and there are currently nine productions of musicals (six new, three revivals) set to open this spring. Could we be seeing any of the…

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‘Easy to see why it is such a firm favourite’: COPPÉLIA – Touring ★★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Russian State Ballet of Siberia’s Coppélia is an enchanting family-friendly ballet that is joyous and witty from start to end.

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Still need ‘Hamilton’ tickets in Toronto? Now there’s a digital lottery by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

Forty $10 tickets will be sold for every performance.

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All Kenya’s a Stage: Shakespeare in Africa by American Theatre Editors

When Shakespeare Youth Festival LA taught drama to young people in Nairobi, the learning went in all directions.

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Cady Huffman, Quentin Earl Darrington, Bryonha Marie Parham, More to Celebrate Jerry Herman at 92Y by Dan Meyer

Jerry Herman: You I Like is part of the Lyrics & Lyricists 2020 season.

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Up on the Marquee: CAROLINE OR CHANGE

Roundabout Theatre Company's Caroline, or Change will begin performances on March 13, 2020 and open on April 7, 2020 at Studio 54 on Broadway (254 West 54th Street).

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of The New Group's BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE

Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice, with Book by Jonathan Marc Sherman, Music by Duncan Sheik, Lyrics by Duncan Sheik and Amanda Green and Musical Staging by Kelly Devine, is currently in…

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New cast changes announced for The Woman in Black at London's Fortune Theatre

PW Productions have announced several cast changes for Susan Hill's The Woman in Black, which is currently the fourth longest-running West End show of all time. The play has been showing at …

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Got It All Figured Out: Watch Jagged Little Pill's Celia Rose Gooding, Lauren Patten & More Perform 'Hand in My Pocket' by Michael Appler

The cast of Alanis Morissette's jukebox musical Jagged Little Pill performed on Late Night with Seth Meyers on January 27. Led by Celia Rose Gooding and Lauren Patten, the ensemble sang "…

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Watch Les Miz Tour Star Preston Truman Boyd's Powerful Rendition of 'Stars' by Broadway.com

Preston Truman Boyd is playing Inspector Javert on the national tour of Les Misérables. Hear his incredible rendition of "Stars."

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New York Pops Announces Broadway Stars Set to Perform Concerts During 2020-2021 Season at Carnegie Hall by Andy Lefkowitz

Six Broadway favorites have been selected to lend their voices to the 2020-2021 season of The New York Pops. Steven Reineke will music-direct and conduct the 8:00pm concerts, each set to app…

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Meryl & Me: Beth Leavel on Swapping Roles with Streep in The Prom & Devil Wears Prada by Andy Lefkowitz

"If you're going to give your child to someone, I think Meryl's probably the best person," Tony winner Beth Leavel jokes about swapping roles with three-time Oscar winner Meryl Streep. Leave…

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Watch Les Miz Tour Javert Preston Truman Boyd's Luminous Performance of 'Stars' by Lindsey Sullivan

Preston Truman Boyd is currently on the road playing Inspector Javert on the national tour of Les Misérables, but this isn't his first time taking on Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schönb…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Maree Johnson of The Phantom of the Opera by Broadway.com

Maree Johnson stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about The Phantom of the Opera, its 32nd annniversary and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Review: RS/24 at Anacostia Playhouse, a slow groove by Gregory J. Ford

RS24 feels as though it takes place in Washington, DC in an era when the city was still known as Chocolate City and Egyptian Musk incense wafted through every record store and head shop in t…

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The Simon & Garfunkel Story. Fitting for our times, ‘The Sound of Silence’ and other S&G hits coming soon to DC. by Keith Loria

Paul Simon and Art Garfunkel met in elementary school back in the ’50s, and had their first taste of musical success as teens, performing as the duo, Tom & Jerry. They were signed to t…

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Photo Coverage: Get a First Look at A WONDERFUL WORLD Rehearsal Photos

A Wonderful World, a new musical based on the life and songs of jazz legend and American icon Louis Armstrong, will play the Colony Theatre (1040 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach, FL.) from March …

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Forsooth? Fuggedaboudit! “Romeo and Bernadette”off-Broadway by Philip

If, as hypothesized, there are only seven basic plots, it is a sure bet that Shakespeare used them all. (I count four in “Hamlet” alone.) It is no wonder, then, that playwrights through …

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Photo Coverage: The Company of SIX on Broadway Gets a Royal Welcome

Performances of SIX begin on February 13, 2020 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre (256 W 47th St, NYC) with the opening set for March 12, 2020. The cast just met the press and we're taking you i…

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NEWS: Bush Theatre celebrates the transfer of Baby Reindeer to the West End & New York by Press Releases

The award-winning Edinburgh Festival Fringe hit Baby Reindeer follows a sold-out season at the Bush last year by transferring to the West End’s Ambassadors Theatre from 2 April 2020 (press…

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Theatremaker Nastazja Somers: The UK has a lot to learn from Polish political theatre by Nastazja Somers

Stop pandering to the Establishment, says Nastazja Somers – follow Eastern Europe’s lead and stand against damaging ideologies The uncertain times we

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Uncle Vanya, Harold Pinter Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Mark Ludmon reviews Chekhov's Uncle Vanya directed by Ian Rickson now playing at the Harold Printer Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: Uncle Vanya, Harold Pinter Theatre ✭…

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Dozens of UK theatres at risk of being demolished, experts say by Lanre Bakare

Theatres Trust urges people to try and persuade local councils to invest in buildings The UK’s cultural heritage is at risk unless there is a significant shift in how theatre buildings are…

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Flights review – lads' drinking game ends in grief and regret by Helen Meany

Project Arts Centre, DublinCracking male banter gives way to seeping sadness in John O’Donovan’s play about three men grieving for their friend Tripping on drugs, 17-year-old Liam lies d…

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Sex/Crime review – lust, shock and despair in role-play thriller by Miriam Gillinson

Soho theatre, LondonTwo men reimagine the acts of a serial killer in Alexis Gregory’s dark play about love, loneliness and longing Writer Alexis Gregory has described his show Sex/Crime as…

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'My surname was an albatross': Ed Stoppard on starring in his dad's new play by David Jays

The playwright’s son used to find it excruciating when people called him ‘Tom’. Now he’s embracing his heritage in the deeply personal family drama Leopoldstadt It must be a nightmar…

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Six Times Dear Evan Hansen Star Jordan Fisher Sang Broadway & Melted Our Hearts

Jordan Fisher is the theatre star we've been waiting for.

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Norm Lewis, Laura Osnes and More to Perform With New York Pops at Carnegie Hall for 2020-2021 Season

The New York Pops, led by Music Director and Conductor Steven Reineke, today announced its 2020-2021 season of performances in Stern Auditorium / Perelman Stage at Carnegie Hall.

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2 iconic musicals getting Bay Area revivals: ‘Fantasticks,’ ‘West Side Story’ by Randy McMullen

"The Fantasticks" is revived at 3Below Theaters and Lounge in San Jose, and "West Side Story" is playing at Firehouse Arts Center in Pleasanton.

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MARRY, MARRY, QUITE CONTRARY (Paper Doll Ensemble): 60 Second Review by Joshua Herren

There's manic energy to this parody of ABC’s hit The Bachelor

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WATCH: What did Edinburgh audiences think of opening VAULT Festival show, Sold? by Featured Content

"Amazing", "thought-provoking", "breathtaking" and "powerful" - just some of the words used by audiences at last year's Edinburgh Fringe Festival to describe Sold. Take a look at their respo…

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What the Constitution Means to Me’s Heidi Schreck Is Pregnant With Twins by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony Award nominee and Pulitzer finalist is expecting with her husband, Kip Fagan.

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‘Red’ by Compass Rose Theater asks provocative questions about art by Charles Green

Compass Rose Theater’s production of Red is a wonderfully powerful production. Set in New York during the 1950s, John Logan’s 2010 play is about the artist Mark Rothko, and it offers pro…

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Meet the Queens of Six Before They Take Over Broadway

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss's musical comes to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.

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Carnegie Hall's 2020–2021 Season Includes Ali Stroker, Norm Lewis, Laura Osnes, a Series From Rhiannon Giddens by Ryan McPhee

The season will open with the Los Angeles Philharmonic's first performance at the Hall in 30 years, under the baton of Gustavo Dudamel.

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Get the best seats for A Doll's House starring Jessica Chastain at The Playhouse Theatre!

It was announced last autumn that Golden Globe Award-winning actress Jessica Chastain is set to star in a new production of Henrik Ibsen's A Doll's House. The play will be a new version ada…

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Obituary: Nicholas Parsons – popular host of Radio 4’s Just a Minute, comedian and actor with a substantial showbusiness CV by Nick Smurthwaite

It is hard to imagine a less auspicious start to a career in showbusiness than that of Nicholas Parsons’. Despite showing early

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Watch Broadway's Jagged Little Pill cast perform Alanis Morissette hit 'Hand in My Pocket' by Ruth Kinane

Whether you’re broke, happy, poor, kind, or whatever else it comes down to, you can still watch the cast of Broadway’s Jagged Little Pill musical perform on Monday night’s episode of L…

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Conductor Simone Young Returns to the New York Philharmonic by Lucy Kraus

Her selections includes Elgar's Enigma Variations and the New York premiere of Brett Dean's Cello Concerto January 31–February 1.

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First Look: Back to the Future musical now in rehearsals

Great Scott! The upcoming musical production of the iconic film Back to the Future is now in rehearsals ahead of its big world premiere at the Manchester Opera House next month! Get a backs…

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Tamara Rojo moves into choreography with new work for English National Ballet by Georgia Snow

Tamara Rojo will direct and choreograph her first ballet later this year when she adapts a 19th-century work for English National Ballet.

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Jagged Little Pill’s Derek Klena Reveals His Most Embarrassing Onstage Mishap by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth talks with the cast of the Alanis Morissette musical, America’s Got Talent star Luke Islam, and more.

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‘Drama is somewhat lacking’: THE SUNSET LIMITED – Boulevard Theatre ★★★ by Rev Stan

Cormac McCarthy isn’t known for cheery topics as anyone who has sat through (or read) The Road will testify and his play The Sunset Limited is no exception.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 01/26/2020: American Utopia Rises

Broadway grosses continued to drop last week. Nearly all shows posted grosses well below the previous week. Bucking the trending, however, was American Utopia whose $205 average ticket boost…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

For ‘Jagged Little Pill’ Producer Vivek Tiwary, Professional Is Personal by Lee Seymour

One of only two Asian lead producers on Broadway, Vivek Tiwary has a fanboy's passion and an immigrant's drive to get the job done.

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Wayne Brady to Make His Café Carlyle Debut in April by Olivia Clement

The Hamilton, Kinky Boots, and Chicago actor will take over the uptown venue for a limited run in the spring.

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Middle School Teacher and Former Actor Lives in Constant Fear of Day Students Google Her by Broadway Beat

by Sara Detrik. @saradetrik. STAMFORD, Conn. - Katie Weatherby, a middle school English teacher at Stamford West Day School and a former actor, disclosed to ...

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Middle School Teacher and Former Actor Lives in Constant Fear of Day Students Google Her by Broadway Beat

by Sara Detrik. @saradetrik. STAMFORD, Conn. - Katie Weatherby, a middle school English teacher at Stamford West Day School and a former actor, disclosed to The Broadway Beat that she consta…

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Get a Taste of Jagged Little Pill as the Cast Performs “Hand in My Pocket”

Check out a number from Broadway's Jagged Little Pill, and some Jagged GIFs.

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A theater highlight for D.C.: James Baldwin’s rarely seen ‘Amen Corner’ by Peter Marks

Shakespeare Theatre Company is staging its idea of a modern classic.

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For First Time, Graphic Novel Wins Newbery Medal; Caldecott Medal Goes To Picture Book About Great African-Americans by Artsjournal1

The Newbery, for best children’s book, went to Jerry Kraft’s New Kid, the story of a 12-year-old who’s one of the few nonwhite students at a fancy private school. Taking the Caldecott,…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:32AM

Joyce DiDonato, Nicola Benedetti, Jennifer Higdon, Caroline Shaw: Classical Grammy Awards 2020 by Artsjournal1

The Dudamel/L.A. Phil recording of Andrew Norman’s Sustain took Best Orchestral Performance, with Caroline Shaw’s Orange by the Attacca Quartet winning Best Chamber/Small Ensemble Perfor…

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Copy Of Columbus’s First Letter From The New World, Stolen In Venice, Is Recovered In Delaware by Artsjournal1

Sometime between 1985 and 1988, a thief took a five-century-old Latin copy of Christopher Columbus’s first letter to King Ferdinand from Venice’s Biblioteca Nazionale Marciana and replac…

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Smithsonian’s Hoped-For London Outpost Cut Back To A Two-Year V&A Show by Artsjournal1

The original plan, announced in 2015, was for a Smithsonian museum in the planned Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; by the next year, it had been reduced to a partnership with London’s Victori…

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Michou, ‘Blue Prince Of Montmartre’ And Paris Nightlife Legend, Dead At 88 by Artsjournal1

Never seen wearing any color but blue and never drinking water when champagne was available, the impresario born Michel Catty introduced the modern drag show to France in the 1950s with the …

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Burgess Meredith's 1960 Special Tony Award to be Auctioned by Logan Culwell-Block

The Rocky and Batman star received the honor for directing the comic revue A Thurber Carnival.

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Dates Announced for 30th Anniversary Edition of Broadway Bares

Broadway's annual fundraising striptease is headed back to the Hammerstein Ballroom.

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Sail Away With This Performance by The Last Ship’s Sting and His Co-Stars by Dan Meyer

The ensemble sang the title track from the musical currently on tour.

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James Doeser: Arts Council England goes back to the future as new stategy seeks to unwind 75 years of history by James Doeser

This Monday, 27 January 2020, was a huge day for cultural policy fans. We enjoyed one of those rare astronomical events: Arts

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Box Office For THE MINUTES is Now Open

The box office for Steppenwolf's production of THE MINUTES by Tracy Letts, directed by Anna D. Shapiro on Broadway opened today, Monday, January 27 at 10:00am (ET) at the Cort Theatre (138 W…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:09AM

Wayne Brady Makes His Café Carlyle Debut This April

Multiple Emmy Award-winning and Grammy Award-nominated actor, singer, dancer, improviser, songwriter and television personalitya??Wayne Bradya??makes his Café Carlyle debut, April 14-18. In…

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Long Beach Opera’s “Dream Variation” at the California African American Museum by Pauline Adamek

Long Beach Opera (LBO)’s new “UnGala” series continues with Dream Variation–A celebration of Black Composers through history. Dream Variation will play for One Night Only on Satur…

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Washington Stage Guild’s ‘Bloomsday’ is pleasurable, candid production for the heart by David Siegel

Washington Stage Guild’s Bloomsday is a flower of a production. One to gaze at, listen to, and revel in, enjoying the power of words, terrific acting, connections, and confessions. Written…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 10:06AM

Debbie Korley: “We’re Telling Stories of Our Ancestors” by Emma Bentley

Often, retellings of slavery are depicted in horrendous, gratuitous ways for the benefit of a white, guild-ridden audience. The RSC are about to stage The Whip which aims to relay this narra…

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Actor and writer Temi Wilkey: We rarely see queer women on stage – especially if they’re not white by Giverny Masso

With her debut play opening at London’s Bush Theatre next month, Temi Wilkey tells Giverny Masso how Fun Home inspired her writing

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Watch Jagged Little Pill’s Late Night Performance of ‘Hand in My Pocket’ by Dan Meyer

Lauren Patten, Celia Rose Gooding, and more sang the Alanis Morissette song on Late Night with Seth Meyers.

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Carbonell Nominees Announced; Dramaworks Shatters Record by Bill Hirschman

Amid a backdrop of changes and challenges, the Carbonell Awards nominations were released Tuesday recognizing excellence in South Florida professional theater. Classics, world premieres mark…

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Complete List of 44th Annual Carbonell Nominees & Stats by Bill Hirschman

Best New Work (play or musical) + An Evening with John Wayne Gacy, by Ronnie Larsen, Ronnie Larsen Presents/Infinite Abyss + Confessions of a Cocaine Cowboy, by Billy Corben and Aurin Squire…

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Preparation Guide: How to Ace Cisco 300-410 Exam Using Practice Tests? by Smalley Bogg

You have everything you need to excel in the Cisco 300-410 exam at your first attempt.

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Date Set for 30th Anniversary of Broadway Bares by Andrew Gans

The annual strip-athon benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 by Susan Grace

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‘National Lampoon: Lemmings’ Reboot Coming to New York by Sara Aridi

“Lemmings: 21st Century,” a satire on modern festival culture, will have a two-night engagement in March.

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Molly Lynch & Oli Higginson are cast in the new production of The Last Five Years at Southwark Playhouse

Molly Lynch and Oli Higginson will star as Cathy and Jamie in Jonathan O’Boyle’s new production of Jason Robert Brown’s Drama Desk Award-winning musical The Last Five Years when it pla…

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HSO presents renowned violinist Joshua Bell, pianist Alessio Bax in one-night performance by Christopher Arnott

Violin star Joshua Bell plays a recital concert with pianist Alessio Bax 7:30 p.m. Jan. 31 at The Bushnell. Bell has rarely played in Connecticut, and has been a highly regarded soloist for …

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PHOTOS & VIDEO: What can you expect from People Show 137? God Knows… by Terri Paddock

More than 50 years after they were founded in a Soho basement, the UK's longest-running alternative theatre company, People Show, bring their latest devised piece to London. What can you exp…

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BC/EFA's BROADWAY BARES Returns on June 21

Broadway Bares will celebrate its 30th anniversary with more than 150 of New York City's best dancers in two unmissable performances on Sunday, June 21, 2020, at Hammerstein Ballroom (311 We…

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‘An engaging & reflective story that’s well-played’: SCENES WITH GIRLS – Royal Court Theatre by Laura Kressly

Female friendship is such a fickle, flighty thing so difficult to get right, and Miriam Battye nails both its positives and negatives in Scenes With Girls.

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Dramaturgy, Black Refusal, and Possibility with Otis Cortez Ramsey-Zoë by Jordan Ealey, Leticia Ridley, Otis Ramsey-Zoë

By Jordan Ealey, Leticia Ridley, Otis Ramsey-Zoë. For the final episode of the first season of the Daughters of Lorraine Podcast, Jordan Ealey and Leticia Ridley interview dramaturg and dir…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: Todd Robbins' SPEAKEASY MAGICK Offers Up-Close Acts of Deception

'Magic Speed Dating' is the way the wryly entertaining master of deception Todd Robbins describes the up close and personal showcase he hosts at The McKittrick Hotel, Speakeasy Magick.

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On Monday night, the cast of Broadway's Jagged Little Pill performed 'Hand in My Pocket' on Late Night with Seth Meyers!

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NEWS: Fertility tale About 500 receives UK premiere at VAULT Festival by Featured Content

Simona Hughes' new play about eggs, time and the cruel lack of both, About 500, will premiere as part of London's Vault Festival later this spring. Time to book your tickets!

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EXCLUSIVE: Solea Pfeiffer and Emmy Raver-Lampman Perform 'Wide Open Plains' From GUN & POWDER

Gun & Powder begins performances tonight, January 28, at Signature Theatre's intimate MAX Theatre. Watch the Pfeiffer and Raver-Lampman perform 'Wide Open Plains' in the new video!

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Could a foundation course be your way into the theatre industry? by Sarah Lambie

Foundation courses can be a great option for building skills before embarking on a BA. Sarah Lambie speaks to teachers from Mountview

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Off-Broadway Week 2-for-1 by New York Theater

Two-for-one tickets are on sale now for Off-Broadway Week,  February 10 to 24, 2020. The following 33 shows are participating. Those with an asterisk are newly on offer. (Check out my Off B…

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Theatres Trust Reveals That Dozens of UK Theatres May Be At Risk of Being Demolished

Dozens of historic theatres in the UK may be at risk of being demolished. According to The Guardian, experts are saying that there needs to be a shift in the way these buildings are preserve…

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, January 28, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

The New Yorker Profiles “Company” Couple, Off-Broadway Week on Sale, Rough Week at the Box Office! Broadway Black Announced New Digital Magazine Patreon: BroadwayRadio https://www.patreo…

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PHOTOS: Mary Ryder is Cherie Blair in one-woman political drama Cherie – My Struggle by Featured Content

If Cherie Blair took to the stage to tell all, what would she say? Mary Ryder channel's the former Prime Minister's wife in Lloyd Evans' acclaimed one-woman memoir Cherie - My Struggle. Can …

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VIDEO: Sting Performs 'The Last Ship' on THE LATE LATE SHOW

Sting stopped by The Late Late Show with James Corden last night, where he performed 'The Last Ship' from the musical of the same name. He was joined on stage by cast members from the show's…

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Actor and presenter Nicholas Parsons dies aged 96 by Matthew Hemley

Actor and Just a Minute presenter Nicholas Parsons has died at the age of 96. Parsons made his West End stage debut

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Video: Hillary Clinton Talks Performing in BYE BYE BIRDIE and THE SOUND OF MUSIC in High School

Hillary Clinton seems to be a big fan of the theatre, as she has caught quite a few Broadway shows over the years. In a recent interview with Variety, however, she revealed that she has spen…

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Oscar-nominated short films showing in Connecticut theaters by Susan Dunne

Seven theaters in the state will show Oscar nominated live-action, animated and documentary shorts.

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Lookback: the trouble with Woody Allen by Terry Teachout

From 2004: On the surface, Annie Hall purports to tell the tale of how his peculiarities alienate the woman he loves, but its true subject matter is how their relationship actually makes D…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Richard Armitage and Toby Jones star in Ian Rickson’s production of Uncle Vanya at the Harold Pinter Theatre.

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What Must Go Right for Things to Go Wrong in The Play That Goes Wrong by Ruthie Fierberg

Director Matt DiCarlo reveals backstage secrets of how the Off-Broadway and touring companies ensure ultimate onstage mayhem.

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Almanac: Joseph Conrad on youth by Terry Teachout

“I remember my youth and the feeling that will never come back any more—the feeling that I could last for ever, outlast the sea, the earth, and all men; the deceitful feeling that lures …

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns to Theatre Royal Haymarket this summer by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Tiger Who Came To Tea will return to the Theatre Royal Haymarket for a strictly limited season this summer. This post The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns to Theatre Royal H…

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For the ‘Soldier’s Play’ Star Blair Underwood, the Uniform Fits by Sopan Deb

His father served for three decades but had never seen the military drama. So they had a lot to talk about after its opening night on Broadway.

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IF: Milton Keynes International Festival – how Graeae is helping festivals to engage communities by Nick Awde

As artist-in-residence at Milton Keynes this year, Jenny Sealey is shaking things up with a groundbreaking, female-led opera project. She tells Nick

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Cult musical ‘Alice’ — with songs by Tom Waits — gets rare production from Yale School of Drama by Christopher Arnott

"Alice," a musical theater piece with songs by Tom Waits, explores tough themes like pedophila and alcoholism through the prism of Lewis Carroll's "Alice in Wonderland." The Yale School of D…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

The Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Revivals of Samuel Beckett's Waiting For Godot by Darryl Maximilian Robinson

Excaliber Shakespeare Company of Chicago Founder Darryl Maximilian Robinson shares notes, photos and reviews from three different revivals of Beckett's play in which he directed and played V…

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London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 28 January by Megan

In today's roundup, The Royal Mint uses Hamilton's King on new commemorative coin, The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns and a new cast for The Woman In Black. The post London Theatre News Today…

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The Glass Will Shatter review at Omnibus Theatre, London – ‘shines in its quieter moments’ by Patrick Hughes

Joe Marsh’s play explores the complications that surround Prevent: the highly criticised educational strategy that aims to stop young people becoming terrorists.

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Wake Up With BWW 1/28: Jordan Fisher Joins DEAR EVAN HANSEN, and More!

Today's top stories: Jordan Fisher joins Dear Evan Hansen tonight, and more!

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REVIEW: The Welkin, National Theatre ✭✭ by Danny Coleman-Cooke

By Danny Coleman-Cooke Danny Coleman-Cooke reviews Lucy Kirkwood's play The Welkin now playing at the Lyttelton Theatre at the National Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: The Welkin, Nationa…

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Brighton Hippodrome and Portsmouth’s Groundlings Theatre among most at-risk venues by Giverny Masso

Brighton Hippodrome tops the list of theatres most at risk in the UK for the fifth year running, with the Groundlings Theatre

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Best of the Blogs: Uncle Vanya, The Welkin, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie & more by Lisa Martland

In our continuing series, our editor Lisa Martland picks out some of her Top Picks from the last week of theatre including Maryam Philpott’s thoughts about Conor McPherson’s emphasis on …

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The Theatres Trust’s Jon Morgan: ‘You can do a lot more to a listed building than you’d think’ by Nick Smurthwaite

As the Theatres Trust publishes its annual Theatres at Risk register, its director tells Nick Smurthwaite about its mission to work with

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Juilliard Focus Festival celebrates trailblazing female composers

Highlights of the opening night in New York were pieces by Ruth Crawford Seeger and Galina Ustvolskaya

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Beginning of the Road: See the Cast of Roundabout Theater's 72 Miles to Go... in Rehearsal by Michael Appler

Roundabout Theater Company's world premiere play 72 Miles to Go..., set to being performances at the Laura Pels Theatre on February 13, is now in rehearsals. Featuring Elena Ramirez, Tyl…

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Jordan Fisher Takes Over Title Role in Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen welcomes Jordan Fisher to the cast on January 28. Fisher takes over the musical's title role from Andrew Barth Feldman, who took his final bow at t…

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Dancer Ryan Felix: ‘My apprentice contract with Birmingham Royal Ballet was a dream come true’ by John Byrne

I became an apprentice dancer with Birmingham Royal Ballet immediately after graduating from Elmhurst Ballet School last July. For the graduate student

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LGBT+ authenticity adviser Gina Battye: ‘Your intuition is like a satnav – it is here to guide you’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre? I started off as an actor when I was 11 years old and was in

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The Green Room: What does influence mean in our industry? 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…​​​​​ Albert

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"Mrs. Doubtfire," Live From BroadwayCon by Variety

Gender politics, quick changes and honoring Robin Williams: a live conversation with Rob McClure, Jerry Zaks and more, recorded at BroadwayCon 2020.

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Mandy Beaumont by Arts Review

Who is Mandy Beaumont? I’m a writer of fiction, a researcher in Feminist fiction, an avid and very opinionated reader, a staunch believer in equality and fairness. I’m also the woman who…

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2020 Adelaide Writers’ Week full program announced by Arts Review

Leading local, national and international writers will come together for this year’s Adelaide Writers’ Week to explore the singular truth of Being Human. Across six days from Saturday 29…

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Kosher Becomes Croissant by Artsjournal1

Those nostalgic for the closed Moishe’s Kosher Bake Shop in the East Village may wish to read this. (I walk the other way when nostalgia comes around the corner.) – Jeff Weinstein

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Time enough by Artsjournal1

What if I never write another book, or direct another play? Will I die a disappointed man? – Terry Teachout

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Rust by Arts Review

Rust is an immersive theatre show that takes place among the rooms and grounds of the Alliance Française de Melbourne. Once the story establishes itself, as various characters head off to d…

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Technician Jason Wescombe: Smaller producing theatres offer tech teams the chance to branch out by Jason Wescombe

One of the joys of working in a smaller producing theatre is the variety. Attempting to marry the inventiveness of creatives with

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Imitating the Dog’s Andrew Quick: Technology is not theatre’s enemy – it can tell human stories by Andrew Quick

The use of video in the theatre seems to be everywhere at the moment. Ubiquitous in the middle scale, its pixels splashed

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The Wind in the Willows by Arts Review

Playing for over 30 years, the Australian Shakespeare Company returns to the Royal Botanical Gardens with their superb family classic, The Wind in the Willows. Have seen this group over a fe…

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After A Cancer Diagnosis And Nine Months Away From Her Show, This Performer Triumphs On Broadway In Mean Girls by Jeryl Brunner

How Stephanie Bissonnette overcame cancer and returned to dancing on Broadway

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State Theatre Company kicks off 2020 season with Dance Nation for Adelaide Festival by Sean McLoughlin

Part Dance Moms, part Hunger Games, and drawing parallels with the Netflix hit Cheer, Dance Nation is set to be one of the

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Interview with Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’s STEVEN GRANT DOUGLAS by Michael J. Roberts

Showbiz Chicago Interview with <em>Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’s</em> STEVEN GRANT DOUGLAS STEVEN GRANT DOUGLAS on playing singer/songwriter Bruce Sudano in SUMMER: THE D…

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An Award-Winning Theatrical Experience: Stroke Static by Lindsay Price

Stroke Static by Lindsay Price is a heartbreaking look at dementia from the inside. The struggle between real and fantasy. Past and present. An award-winning theatrical experience. Russ is a…

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Tuesday, January 28, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Conference Call: Summer Orlando and Barbra Joan Streetsand: "The Judy and Barbra Show" by Adam Rothenberg

When two icons ask you to do an interview to help promote their upcoming debut at The Green Room 42, how can you say no? New England's Number One Live Singing Judy Garland and Barbra Streisa…

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How Inviting Kids to 'Show Up' Changed My Life - I had no idea a theatrical experiment would turn into one of the most rewarding experiences of my car

I had no idea a theatrical experiment would turn into one of the most rewarding experiences of my career---Three years ago I had this notion to show up at a theatre and create a show on the …

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Faustus: That Damned Woman Opens January 28 at Lyric Theatre Hammersmith by Dan Meyer

Jodie McNee stars in the new adaptation of the popular myth.

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Jordan Fisher Assumes Title Role in Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen Starting January 28 by Andrew Gans

The Hamilton and Fox's Rent alum joins the cast of the Tony-winning musical at the Music Box Theatre.

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