Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Joe Biden and Kamala Harris Delaware Speeches August 12, video and transcript by New York Theater

“Is anyone surprised Donald Trump has a problem with a strong woman” Joe Biden said in his speech today introducing his running mate, Kamala Harris. Both speeches are  below, in video a…

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What's Streaming? #Ham4Change Holds Virtual Fundraiser to Help End Systemic Racism

Also, on Friday Broadway on Demand will stream Marin Mazzie and Jason Daniely's final concert to benefit Cancer Support Community, Tina's Wish, and the Actors Fund.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Book Review. Pal Joey: The History of a Heel by New York Theater

The Rodgers and Hart musical “Pal Joey” is surely best-known these days for its most recorded song “Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered” and for the stars who played Joey — Gene Kel…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Casting Now Open for STICKS AND STONES, A Virtual Musical Concert Benefiting Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation

Casting is now open for a virtual concert of STICKS & STONES, a new sung-through musical concert benefiting Lady Gaga's Born This Way Foundation.

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Star Cycles: Composer/Performer Karl Saint Lucy and Their Production, “Different Stars: A Reckoning with Time, Trauma, and Circumstance” by James Montaño

On August 15, 2020 composer and performer Karl Saint Lucy, director Raquel Cion, and ChamberQueer will present Different Stars: A Reckoning with Time, Trauma, and Circumstance—a live-strea…

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Award-winning director Sally McLean premieres new digital series filmed on three continents in lockdown. by Peter J Snee

Twenty four actors from six cities around the world have been working remotely via the internet since April with Melbourne

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Hope Azeda And Her Art That Heals by African Theatre Magazine

“Theatre in Rwanda? Are you crazy? There’s no theatre in Rwanda,” said Hope Azeda’s brother when she asked him to take her to Rwanda. Hope, now a monumental figure in Rwanda’s thea…

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2021 dates announced for Brisbane Ring Cycle by Peter J Snee

Following last week’s announcement by Opera Australia that its November 2020 season of Wagner’s Ring Cycle and Verdi’s Aida would

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PINKERTON: THAT TIME WHEN DEMOCRATS’ VETTING OF A FEMALE VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATE WENT AWRY (REVIEW OF ‘REAGAN’S COWBOYS’, BY JOHN B. ROBER by Robert Shuman

(James P. Pinkerton’s article appeared on Breitbart, 8/12; Photo: Warren K. Leffler/Library of Congress.) Male Democrat presidential nominees don’t always do a good job of vetting their …

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Top cameras for holiday shots

Convert your iPhone to a DSLR or buy the real thing if you Leica…

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Tune In This Saturday for Christopher Jackson LIVE FROM THE WEST SIDE Virtual Concert Event!

Grammy and Emmy Award winner and and a Tony nominee Christopher Jackson is hitting the web this week for his Live from the West Side concert event.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 08:06PM
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Call Answered: Cassandra Kubinski: Singer, Songwriter, Yogi, Voice-Over Actress by Adam Rothenberg

Cassandra Kubinski is a singer, songwriter, yogi, and voice-over actress. Cassandra’s story of beginning in musical theatre really struck a chord with me, which is why I was so eager to in…

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Olivia Colman welcome Amazon arts donation by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Amazon Prime Video to give $6m to support arts production community through Covid crisis Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage Phoebe Waller-Bridge and Olivia Col…

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Andrew Lloyd Webber taking part in COVID-19 vaccine trial by Deadline

“I’ll do anything to prove that theatres can re-open safely,” he tweeted.

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Singer Trini Lopez, 83, Of COVID by Artsjournal

At the peak of his popularity he was asked by guitar manufacturer Gibson to design two models, the Trini Lopez Standard and the Lopez Deluxe, owners of which include Dave Grohl and Noel Gall…

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How The Internet Turned People Into Users by Artsjournal

Google is, as Joanne McNeil writes, “the intermediary between my ideas and action forward, the glue between my questions and answers, a placeholder for thoughts and a way to sort my desire…

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The End Of Second-Hand Bookstores? by Artsjournal

Decades, even centuries, of history and tradition are disappearing because of market forces, and the pandemic that we are all suffering through has sped matters up. – The Critic

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Enjoy a wild night (or two) with Club Cumming by Deb Miller

On Thursday, August 13, Club Cumming – the hot queer intimate cabaret space in the East Village, co-founded by the multi-award-winning Scottish-born actor and LGBTQIA+ activist Alan Cummin…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Playwright Ian August zeros in on ‘Zero,’ online Sunday from Spooky Action by Guest Author

Interview by Roberta Alves Spooky Action Theater’s New Works in Action play-reading series continues Sunday, August 16, with Ian August’s Zero, a dark comedy about three miscreant teens…

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BWW Prompts: Which Musical Would You Stream Non-Stop If You Could?

Today we asked our readers to share their dream musical stream!

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Ian McKellen: UK government 'underestimated' public on Covid lockdown by Chris Wiegand

At livestreamed event actor says it was thought before March people would not observe rules The actor Sir Ian McKellen has said that the British government “underestimated” the public by…

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FORGOTTEN PLAYS: NO 11 – ‘THE HIGH BID’ (1908) BY HENRY JAMES by Robert Shuman

(Michael Billington’s article appeared in the Guardian, 8/10; Billy Russell in The High Bid at the Mermaid theatre in 1967. Photograph: Tony Gibson/ANL/Rex/Shutterstock.)   James’s ric…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Actors' Equity Applauds Walt Disney World's New On-Site Virus Testing Center; Equity Performers to Return to Work

Actors' Equity Association released a statement regarding reports that Walt Disney World has agreed to provide space for an on-site center for COVID testing at Walt Disney World.

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Delayed 'Diana' musical to be streamed on Netflix before delayed Broadway debut by James Crump

'We couldn't be more excited to finally be able share our show with theatre lovers everywhere,' says production's producers

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Well Done, Sister Suffragette: Theatres Celebrate the 19th Amendment Centennial by American Theatre Editors

Virtual events across the country next week will commemorate the milestone and join the fight still yet to be won.

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This SF live concert comes with dinner and David Lynch music by Randy McMullen

The Chapel in SF presents Red Room Orchestra performing David Lynch scores in a socially distanced outdoor show that includes dinner.

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Jonathan Pryce Cast as Prince Phillip for Seasons 5 and 6 of THE CROWN

Deadline has reported that Jonathan Pryce has been cast as Prince Phillip in The Crown. He will take on the role in seasons 5 and 6 of the Netflix show, taking over from Tobias Menzies, who …

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Musical of the Month: Floyd Collins: The Cast by JK

Last week, we introduced August's Musical of the Month, Floyd Collins an off-Broadway show that was a critical success and musical fan's dream, but had a short run in the mid-90s. You can s…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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In the News: Jonathan Pryce to Play Prince Philip in Final The Crown Seasons, Michael Urie Directs George Takei in Silver Foxes Reading, and More by Andrew Gans

Plus: Get the details on the upcoming Madonna of Damascus live stream, benefitting the NAACP.

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Speeches for Characters Coming Out of their Shells by Performerstuff

Speeches for Characters Coming Out of their Shells Written by Amanda Grace August 12, 2020 A wise ogre once said that people are like onions, and these characters are full of layers. Fr…

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The Museum Problem – Is It More A Relevance Problem? by Artsjournal

In reality, museums merely reflect the massive inequalities in society at large. After the pandemic, museums may represent an even greater concentration of wealth in fewer hands. The America…

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In Malawi Theatre Artists Debate: Low Ticket Prices Or Making A Living… by Artsjournal

On one side of the debate, there were those who said the low prices were a way of coping with the prevailing circumstances in our economy. On the other were those who want art to claim its v…

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In Challenging Times, Our Theatres Can Rise to the Challenge by American Theatre Editors

It's going to be a long time before we're back doing live theatre at full capacity indoors, but there is plenty of work to do until then.

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Catastrophic Theatre Announces 2020-21 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Houston company's season will bring theatre to couches and front lawns alike.

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Livestreaming Rad Adaptation (Radaptation?) with Octavio Solis and Kate Hamill by Lauren Gunderson

By Lauren Gunderson. Playwright Lauren Gunderson presents Rad Adaptation (Radaptation?) with Octavio Solis and Kate Hamill livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound…

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Park Square, SteppingStone Merge to Create Theatre for Life by American Theatre Editors

The companies will operate with joint management but separate boards and finances.

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Broadway’s Royal Flush: “Diana” Musical, Postponed from this Season, Will Air on Netflix Before May 2021 Opening by Roger Friedman

Things could not be stranger now on Broadway. With the season demolished, and no Tony Awards, and no fall season, producers are

Linked From ShowBiz 411 at 04:06PM
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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WPA Murals Slated For Demolition Saved, Thanks To Black Nurse Born In 1818 by Artsjournal1

History of Medicine in California, a 1938 ten-panel fresco by Bernard Zakheim, is in a building at UCal-San Francisco that the school is going to tear down and replace. UCSF gave Zakheim’s…

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How Non-Profit Arts Organizations Measure Their Impact by Artsjournal

“The important idea here is this – there is a sharp difference between the meaning of the concept of art (which certainly doesn’t need you to be indispensable) and the meaning of the p…

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How Do You Work To Preserve Indigenous Languages When You And Your Native Speakers Are All In Lockdown? by Artsjournal1

“It’s a transition that has taken on particular urgency given the fact that the speaker pool for the world’s threatened and endangered languages skews older — precisely the populatio…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 03:42PM

Charlie Parker at 100 by Artsjournal

In his too short, too fast, too hard, too brilliant 34 years, Parker transformed an art form, no less than Mozart or Chopin or Gershwin did in their similarly brief time among us. Like those…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 03:42PM

This Old Middle Eastern Verse Form Is Alive And Vigorous To This Day, Even In English by Artsjournal1

The ghazal “is an intimate and relatively short lyric form of verse from the Middle East and South Asia. The form thrives in such languages as Arabic, Persian, Urdu, and now English.” Cl…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 03:42PM

What’s Needed To Defeat COVID: Morality Pills? by Artsjournal

When someone chooses not to follow public health guidelines around the coronavirus, they’re defecting from the public good. It’s the moral equivalent of the tragedy of the commons: If ev…

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These Shows Are Made for Walking by Michael Paulson

The pandemic has darkened theaters around the country. So this summer, some are staging scenes in parks and fields for small groups of masked patrons.

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Trump’s TikTok Ban: National Security Or Freedom Of Speech? by Artsjournal

The company — which operates its U.S. headquarters out of Los Angeles and hired Disney veteran Kevin Mayer as its CEO this spring — said it has been working with the government for nearl…

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Volunteers For COVID Vaccine To Help Rescue Live Theater by Greg Evans

Composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, who recently vowed to reopen London’s The Phantom of the Opera despite what the show’s producer called a “huge financial hit” from the coronavirus shutd…

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5 Dreamy R&H Goes Pop! Music Videos With Osnes, Klena, Creel, Alladin & More!

R&H Goes Pop, the online series bringing modern version of Rodgers and Hammerstein musical theatre classics continues! This afternoon, Syndee Winters brought us a brand new "Where or Whe…

Linked From BroadwayBox at 03:28PM
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: GRIP, Reading Fringe Festival by Sarah Pumphrey

Review: GRIP, Reading Fringe Festival2.0StarsGRIP centres around Trev (Scott Howland, who is also the playwright) and is narrated by Gaz Hayden. Hayden’s character sets out each scene mean…

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37 Broadway Shows Based on Books by Playbill Staff

From To Kill a Mockingbird to Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, look at some of the shows that originated from books.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber to be Vaccinated for the Oxford COVID-19 Trial

Andrew Lloyd Webber has revealed via Twitter, that he is going to be vaccinated for the Oxford COVID-19 trial.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:36PM

Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins Line-Up for the National Comedy Center's Lucille Ball Comedy Festival

The National Comedy Center, the nationa??s official cultural institution dedicated to comedy is presenting its acclaimed Lucille Ball Comedy Festival virtually this year, featuring conve…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:36PM

COME FROM AWAY Creators on Film Adaptation- 'We've Turned in a Draft'

The Broadway community may be experiencing some downtime, but Come From Away creators Irene Sankoff and David Hein are staying busy. In a recent interview with the Toronto Star, the couple …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:06PM

LISTEN: Jonalyn Saxer Talks MEAN GIRLS, the CATS Movie and Baseball On BREAK A BAT!

Jonalyn Saxer steps into the Batter's Box for Episode 46 of Break a Bat! An original cast member of Mean Girls on Broadway, Saxer pulled the ultimate utility player duty for her Tony-nominat…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:06PM

Roundabout Youth Ensemble Will Present Shakespeare-Inspired HIDDEN TRUTHS

This summer, Roundabout Youth Ensemble will present a virtual play written and produced by New York's youth. Hidden Truths, inspired by Shakespeare's Othello, brings to light injustices the…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:06PM

Disney+ to Premiere MAGIC OF DISNEY'S ANIMAL KINGDOM Narrated by Josh Gad

 On Friday, September 25, Disney+ debuts its next original series from National Geographic, “Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom,” giving viewers an all-access pass to explore the mag…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:06PM

Top 10 Tunes with Mariah Rose Faith

Regina George herself, Mariah Rose Faith, is sharing ten tunes that are getting her through quarantine!

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How to Audition for Penn State and Temple University; Learn From the Experts by Logan Culwell-Block

Faculty from the two theatre programs will take your questions during Playbill and The Growing Studio's live stream.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Jason Manford by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo This week on Throwback Thursday we speak to Jason Manford whose was most recently seen on tour in Kander and Ebb's Curtains around the UK. This post THROWBACK THURSDAY: Jason…

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Theatre Review: ‘Antigone in Ferguson’ by Theater of War Productions via Zoom by Susan Brall

Sunday, August 9, 2020, Theater of War Productions performed “Antigone in Ferguson” via Zoom. The production was translated, directed, and conducted by Bryan Doerries and co-facilitated …

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Cyndi Lauper, Phylicia Rashad and More Join MUSICAL MEDITATION AND CELEBRATION OF RADICAL HEALING

Singer, songwriter, and activist Nona Hendryx in conjunction with Nubian Q.U.E.E.N.X. (Quantum, Unique, Evolving, Essence of Nubian Sistas), have partnered with the international feminist gr…

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VIDEO: Check Out the New MULAN Trailer Ahead of its Release on Disney+

A new trailer for Niki Caro's live-action film adaptation of Mulan has been released! The film will be available for streaming on Friday, September 4th on Disney+, with access for a fee of $…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:47PM

Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander & More Set for Benefit Reading of Judgment Day by Lindsey Sullivan

A virtual reading of Rob Ulin's Judgment Day will take place on August 22 at 7:30PM ET to benefit both Barrington Stage Company and The Actors Fund. The livestream, which will star Patti LuP…

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Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander, Santino Fontana and Michael McKean to Star in Online Reading of JUDGEMENT DAY

An online reading of the new play, Judgment Day, written by Rob Ulin, directed by Matthew Penn, and starring Tony Award winners Jason Alexander, Patti LuPone, Santino Fontana and Grammy Awar…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:38PM

Review: The Secret Love Life of Ophelia, Greenwich Theatre Online by Samuel Nicholls

Review: The Secret Love Life of Ophelia, Greenwich Theatre Online3.0starsFirst performed in 2001, The Secret Love Life of Ophelia is Steven Berkoff’s attempt to breathe depth and intimacy …

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Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander, Santino Fontana, Michael McKean Join Judgment Day

The Broadway stars will take part in a reading of Rob Ulin's new play for Barrington Stage Company and the Actors Fund.

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Broadway's Syndee Winters Performs "Where or When" From Babes in Arms

The video marks the latest installment of the Rodgers and Hammerstein YouTube page "R&H Goes Pop! — At Home."

Linked From TheaterMania at 01:32PM

Tim Minchin Releases Title Track 'Apart Together' Off Upcoming Album and Announces Album Release Date

Today, Tony- and GRAMMY-nominated performer Tim Minchin has released the title track off his upcoming album 'Apart Together,' out November 20 through BMG.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:30PM

TODAY’S THEATRE TALK by Sandi Durell

  Producers Grove Entertainment (Beth Williams), Frank Marshall and The Araca Group announced today that Diana A New Musical will premiere on Netflix next year ahead of the Broadway …

Linked From Theater Pizzazz at 01:23PM

West End restaurants, attractions and shops you can now visit by Hira Desai

We've rounded up the restaurants, attractions and shop that you can now visit in the West End including some exciting offers you won't want to miss! The post West End restaurants, attraction…

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Creative Cauldron keeps performers working with live and virtual concerts by Lorraine Treanor

A few area theatre companies are beginning to offer live performances. One of them is Creative Cauldron in Falls Church, VA which is presenting its summer cabaret season for at-home viewing …

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 01:06PM
Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Play about Christopher Alder's death to be turned into film by Lanre Bakare Arts and Culture Correspondent

Writer Ryan Calais Cameron hopes film about black veteran dying in police custody will ignite conversation about racism A play about a notorious case of a black man dying in police custody i…

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Princess Diana musical to premiere on Netflix before Broadway debut by Benjamin Lee

In an unprecedented move, postponed musical Diana will be filmed without an audience and shown on Netflix before its new official opening in 2021 A musical based on the life of Diana, Prince…

Linked From The Guardian at 12:54PM

Seagulls and samovars: the best of Chekhov, with Dench, McKellen and more – in pictures by Tristram Kenton

In a new series, we open up Guardian photographer Tristram Kenton’s archive of stage photos. This week: Anton Chekhov productions with a cast including the Redgraves, Dominic West and Chiw…

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Hailey Kilgore, Solea Pfeiffer, More to Perform at Virtual Amplified Benefit by Dan Meyer

Patina Miller and Brandon Michael Nase host the Broadway for Racial Justice event.

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Watch Syndee Winters Sing 'Where or When' on R&H Goes Pop! – At Home by Dan Meyer

The Broadway alum performs the Rodgers and Hart tune from Babes in Arms.

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Patti LuPone, Jason Alexander, Santino Fontana, Michael McKean, More Join Virtual Benefit Reading of Judgment Day by Ryan McPhee

The presentation, premiering August 22, will support Barrington Stage Company and The Actors Fund.

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Diana Musical to Hit Netflix Before Broadway Return, Marking Musical First for Streaming Giant by Paul Wontorek

Diana is headed to Netflix. Producers of the on-hold Broadway bio-musical about Princess Diana of Wales, unveiled plans to premiere a filmed version of the show before opening night at the …

Linked From Broadway.com at 12:32PM

Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre to Reach Wider Audience Using Live Screen Relay by Lindsey Sullivan

More audience members will now be able to experience the previously announced engagement of Jesus Christ Superstar at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in London. Beginning on August 19, five…

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Audra McDonald, Rachel Brosnahan & Set for Virtual Sleep Out for Covenant House by Lindsey Sullivan

Covenant House, the international charity providing housing, food and healthcare to children and youth facing homelessness, will bring a star-packed Sleep Out online on August 24 beginning …

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Miscast20 Sets New Date & Reveals Performers, Including Adrienne Warren, Heather Headley & More by Lindsey Sullivan

MCC's previously postponed Miscast20, an online version of the annual gala featuring Broadway stars performing songs from roles in which they would never be cast, has a new date. Tune in to …

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Adrienne Warren, Joshua Henry, Heather Headley, More Set for MCC Theater's Online Miscast20 by Andrew Gans

The annual gala, featuring stars of stage and screen performing songs from roles in which they would never be cast, will be presented virtually in September.

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Torchy Brown lights way for Litany by Irene Hsiao

Jenn Freeman (aka Po'Chop) probes femininity, gender, rage, and history in a five-part dance film. Small-town girl finds adventure, fame, and love in the big cit…

Linked From www.chicagoreader.com at 12:30PM

Canadian Artists Lead Drive For Basic Income by Artsjournal

“We can all agree that systemic racism should be eradicated at all levels on all fronts (in every employment sector and other areas), but the arts presents a particularly challenging arena…

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Goethe Was Wrong About Art (At Least Abstract Art): Study by Artsjournal1

“In Goethe’s 1810 treatise on color he wrote, ‘red-yellow gives an impression of warmth and gladness.’ He added that ‘the feelings they excite are quick, lively, aspiring.’ His i…

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Rob McClure, Joshua Henry, Phillipa Soo and More Announced for MCC Theater's MISCAST20

MCC Theater announced today that their annual gala, Miscast20, will take place on MCC Theater's YouTube Channel on Sunday, September 13, 2020 at 8PM ET.

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Shine Global to Present Conversation Between John Leguizamo and Albie Hecht

Shine Global has announced a freewheeling night of conversation between John Leguizamo and Shine Global Co-Founder and Academy Award-nominated producer Albie Hecht.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:24PM

3 Vintage Princess Diana Moments DIANA Musical Audiences May See On Netflix & Broadway

We beg your pardon, we're getting another brand new streaming Broadway musical!? Headlines broke this morning that upcoming Broadway musical DIANA is now set for a Netflix stream ahead of th…

Linked From BroadwayBox at 12:17PM

REVIEW: Fanny and Stella, Garden Theatre at The Eagle London ✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Mark Ludmon reviews the musical Fanny and Stella now playing at The Eagle London in their new Garden Theatre. Book Now! This post REVIEW: Fanny and Stella, Garden Theatre at T…

Linked From britishtheatre.com at 12:12PM

New Brunswick HEART Festival Celebrates the Arts and History of New Brunswick and Middlesex County by BroadwayWorld

Other events and activities include a behind-the-scenes look at NBPAC member company George Street Playhouse and an interview with Managing Director Kelly Ryman; a yoga session with Carla Ha…

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Nominees announced for the inaugural Women's Prize for Playwriting

The shortlist has been revealed for the 1st Annual Women's Prize for Playwriting. 35 works were selected from a total of 1,169 submissions. The winner will be announced sometime in the autu…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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IAMT Creators Program To Offer Online Courses For Writers

New York Citya??s Institute for American Musical Theatre a?oeCreatorsa?? program has announced a diverse array of online courses in musical theater writing for the 2020-21 season.

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Max von Essen Takes Over Our Instagram Tomorrow!

In celebration of the premiere of his Radio Free Birdland Concert tomorrow, Max von Essen will be taking over our Instagram on Thursday!

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Theatres lit up red in campaign to save live events sector by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Theatres and other arts and events venues across the UK were lit up in red last night in a show of solidarity as part of a campaign to save the live events and entertainment s…

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Venice Biennale seizes the moment by celebrating its past

The gold standard of international exhibitions, cancelled this year, is displaying glories from previous editions

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Second City Tries To Give Itself An Anti-Racist Makeover — Will It Work This Time? by Artsjournal1

“In interviews with more than 20 past and present performers, staff members and others, as well as with the leadership, the challenge of making these enormous changes becomes clear. This i…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 11:18AM

Arts Indstries In U.S. Lost 2.7 Million Jobs To COVID: Brookings Study by Artsjournal1

“Examining the period between April 1 through July 31,” the Brookings Institution paper by Richard Florida and Michael Seman “estimates that some 2.7 million creative Americans were fi…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 11:18AM

DIANA: A NEW MUSICAL will premiere on Netflix ahead of its 2021 Broadway opening by Gabi Bergman

Producers Grove Entertainment (Beth Williams), Frank Marshall and The Araca Group announced today that Diana: A New Musical will premiere on Netflix next year ahead of the

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Actors' Equity Approves Safety Plan for Diana Filming

The Diana musical will be performed without an audience for a recording that is scheduled to premiere on Netflix next year.

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Diana Musical Headed for Netflix

The show was previously scheduled to open on Broadway in March.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Confirmed: DIANA Will Premiere on Netflix Next Year Ahead of Broadway Opening

Diana might not be playing on Broadway right now, but it will soon get a royal welcome on Netflix. BroadwayWorld has just confirmed that the musical, which played for nine previews at the L…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:48AM

Virtual Theatre Today: Wednesday, August 12- with Cherry Jones, Stephanie J. Block and More!

Today (August 12) in live streaming: The Chers reunite on Stars in the House, Cherry Jones visits Backstage Live and so much more!

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:48AM

VIDEO: Syndee Winters Will Perform 'Where or When' From BABES IN ARMS as Part of R&H Goes Pop!

Today's video will feature Broadway performer Syndee Winters (Hamilton, The Lion King) performing a contemporary take on a?oeWhere or Whena?? from the 1937 Rodgers & Hart musical Babes i…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:48AM

Diana the musical heads to Netflix prior to opening on Broadway. by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Diana the musical is to be filmed to premiere on Netflix ahead of the shows May 2021 opening at Broadway's Longacre Theatre. This post Diana the musical heads to Netflix prio…

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#ArtsHero Campaign Demands the U.S. Senate Approve $43.85 Billion in Relief by Dan Meyer

The group has already collected over 9,000 signatures on an open call letter to support the arts industry.

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London's Jesus Christ Superstar Concert Expands Socially Distanced Audience With Large-Screen Relay on Lawn by Dan Meyer

The musical heads back to Regent's Park Open Air Theatre August 14–September 27.

Linked From Playbill at 10:42AM

Diana Musical To Be Filmed & Released on Netflix Ahead of Broadway Debut by Broadway Direct

Before debuting on Broadway, Diana: A True Musical Story will be available for streaming on Netflix. Diana originally began previews on March 2, 2020, and was scheduled to open on March 31 …

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Actors’ Equity approves filming of ‘Diana,’ with cast and crew isolation, HVAC changes by Caitlin Huston

Actors’ Equity has approved the safety plan for the filming of “Diana” on Netflix, the union announced Wednesday. The safety plan includes “an isolation plan” for the actors and st…

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Broadway’s Diana musical to be screened on Netflix in 2021 ahead of its opening by Hira Desai

It was announced today that Broadway's Diana musical will be screened on Netflix next year ahead of it's opening in New York. The post Broadway’s Diana musical to be screened on Netflix in…

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Delayed ‘Diana’ Musical to Be Streamed on Netflix by Nicole Sperling

The show will be recorded in the empty Broadway theater where it had been playing in previews, and still plans to open in May 2021.

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Pauline Frederick: “The Girl with the Topaz Eyes” by Trav S.D.

Wonderfully, the origin of this post was the photo above, which I came across on the internet while searching for something else. One doesn’t just stumble across the films of Pauline Frede…

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Clips From A Chorus Line, Gypsy, Thoroughly Modern Millie, More to Stream on Muny's Final 2020 Summer Variety Hour Live! by Andrew Gans

Also, expect performances from Beth Malone, Erin Dilly, Stephen R. Buntrock, Colby Dezelick, and more.

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On Show Tunes and Star Wars by Linda Buchwald

Catching up with Thespian alum Billy Recce The post On Show Tunes and <em>Star Wars</em> appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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SPUTNIK (dir. Egor Abramenko): Film review by Dan Scully

A crafty sci-fi thriller that fans of the genre will find compelling

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Christmas Pantos All Over England Are Cancelled; Theatres Face Crippling Losses by Artsjournal1

“Theatres are entering a critical stage in their fight for survival, with the cancellation of the 2020/21 pantomime season expected to cost the industry more than £90 million in lost reve…

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COVID Strikes Bolshoi And Mariinsky Ballets by Artsjournal1

According to reports on the Russian broadcast network RBC, one dancer at the Bolshoi (where rehearsals for the fall are underway) has gotten sick and 59 dancers and rehearsal pianists have b…

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Berlin Says Choirs There May Start Singing Together Again by Artsjournal1

“The Senate of the City of Berlin has announced a decision to allow choral singing in closed spaces to resume, under very strict and precise regulation.” (Very strict and precise, in fac…

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Media Mogul Sumner Redstone, 97 by Artsjournal1

“Raised in a Boston tenement with a shared bathroom, … Sumner Redstone [was] a combative and daring dealmaker who in his 60s turned his family’s movie theater chain into one of the wor…

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Disney Drops 20th Century Fox Brand Entirely by Artsjournal1

“Shedding the Fox name entirely from 20th Century Fox Television in the wake of the Disney-Fox merger, that studio will now be known as 20th Television. … Nixing ‘Fox’ from 20th TV w…

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’An emotional ride to say the least’: MOMENT OF GRACE – Backstory Ensemble – The Actors Centre (Online review) by Shanine Salmon

One amazing thing that has come out of Covid-19 theatre is more filmed theatre. My latest theatre experience from the comfort of my own couch was Moment of Grace by Bren Gosling, presented b…

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Filmed version of ‘Diana’ musical to premiere on Netflix ahead of Broadway opening by Caitlin Huston

“Diana” will shoot a filmed version of the musical for Netflix ahead of an expected 2021 Broadway opening.  The musical will be filmed without an audience at the Longacre Theatre, where…

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Princess ‘Diana’ Musical To Premiere On Netflix Prior To Broadway Reopening, Making History by Greg Evans

In a Broadway first, Diana: A New Musical, the stage production about Princess Diana that went dark with the COVID shutdown just prior to its opening night, will premiere on Netflix next yea…

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Broadway’s Diana Musical to Be Filmed for Netflix Release by Ryan McPhee

The musical had begun previews March 2, about a week before the Broadway shutdown caused by the coronavirus pandemic.

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, August 12, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Viacom and CBS mogul Sumner Redstone dies aged 97

Billionaire turned a regional cinema chain into a global entertainment empire

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Babyteeth — a trauma-drama with cliché-control

Shannon Murphy’s mix of teen tragedy and mercurial energy creates a soaring film — until a disappointing third act

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Coup 53 — compelling attempt to fill holes in Iran’s history

A documentary about the western-backed ousting of Mohammad Mosaddegh is full of surprises and outrage

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Boys State — when kids practise handling the levers of power

A teen summer camp for future US statesmen makes for a gripping documentary that’s at once optimistic and bleak

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Pinocchio — a big heart but a little too wooden

Matteo Garrone’s live-action adaptation cleaves closely to the original Italian folk tale

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Singer and Obie-Winning Actress Salome Bey Dies at 86

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that singer and actress Salome Bey has died at age 86.

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Broadway Catch Up: August 12 - Max von Essen, Rachel Zegler, Bryan Cranston, and More!

While Broadway remains shut down, BroadwayWorld is keeping up with your favorite stars and giving you a peek at what they have been up to! Check out yesterday's highlights from some of your …

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Rachel Brosnahan, Audra McDonald, Ariana DeBose, and More Set For Virtual Sleep Out For Covenant House

Rachel Brosnahan, Audra McDonald, Ariana DeBose, Adrienne  Warren, Rachel Zegler, Jason Ralph, Sam Pinkleton, Diana DiMenna, Rachel Sussman, Alison Cimmet, Shereen Pimentel, Kyle Selig, Jes…

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Jelani Remy by Sandi Durell

  Following his Off-Broadway debut in the 2018 revival of Smokey Joe’s Café, Jelani Remy joined the Broadway company of Ain’t Too Proud and would ultimately step up to fill the shoes…

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OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder (1938): Chosen by Committee SPECIAL LIVE EDITION (episode 20) by Phindie Podcasts

Oh no! John Rosenberg is moving to LA! To see him off and celebrate the 20th episode of Chosen by Committee, the podders got together and recorded LIVE in John's backyard!

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New York celebrates the 100th anniversary of the 19th Amendment by Deb Miller

August 26, 2020, marks the centennial of the ratification of the 19th Amendment to the US Constitution, giving women the right to vote. To commemorate the momentous anniversary, special even…

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Joshua Bergasse Talks Choreographing on Stage and Screen Live August 12 by Logan Culwell-Block

The Emmy winner will discuss his work on On the Town, Smash, and more while answering your questions live on The Broadway Q&A from Playbill and The Growing Studio.

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Theater and the risk of breath, by Kari Ginsburg by Guest Author

There is a moment in theater that I live for. I’m onstage, responding truthfully in the moment as if for the first time, embodying my skin as another person and existing in a brilliant atm…

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Westfield News ArtsBeat 8/11/20. by Mark G.auerbach

Westfield News ArtsBeat 8/11/20. Chester Theatre presents a virtual "King Lear", adapted and directed by Daniel Elihu Kramer; a film doc about Olympia Dukakis screens al fresco in the Berksh…

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Rialto Chatter: Is DIANA Being Filmed Live on Stage?

Could Diana be the next musical to be filmed live on stage? Baz Bamigboye of The Daily Mail has reported that the show will be filmed without an audience, and will be available to stream on …

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It wasn’t the Met, but for these two dancers finally back onstage, it was two minutes of amazing by Sarah L. Kaufman

Zoom technique classes, rehearsing with masks and then, at last, “Back to work!” for a performance at Kaatsbaan in New York

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Hot Clip of the Day: "Spin Those Records" with Annie Golden on National Vinyl Record Day

August 12th marks National Vinyl Record Day. The first song that came to mind was sung by one of the coolest ladies - Annie Golden - singing "Spin Those Records" from the 2019 Off-Broadway m…

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Join Tim Dolan on a Virtual Tour of Broadway August 12 With Playbill Social Selects by Dan Meyer

At This Theatre shares the stories of historical theatres in Times Square and beyond.

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For Quality Purposes review – dial in to the dislocation of lockdown by Catherine Love

Available onlineThis half-hour play about call-centre workers is an unsettlingly effective study of the isolation inflicted by coronavirus The best theatre and dance to watch online This new…

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Forecast is funny: the best comedy shows to stream this summer by Brian Logan

The Edinburgh fringe may have been cancelled but there are plenty of online gigs to enjoy featuring Dane Baptiste, Ivo Graham, Sarah Millican and more The line between charity gigs and norma…

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Charlotte Holmes: Adventure Box review – whodunnit for kids is a treat by Chris Wiegand

This ingeniously designed mystery game is a summer escape made with wonder and wellbeing at its heart The best theatre and dance to watch online If you grew up reading The Famous Five and Th…

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Fanny and Stella, Garden Theatre - a saucy slice of queer history by Sam Marlowe

This rambunctious fringe musical serves up a fascinating true story with charm and pizazz In a purgatorial summer, this boisterous, camp and chaotically charming musical is a tonic. It’s a…

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Erin Dilly, Stephen R. Buntrock and More Announced for Grand Finale of THE MUNY 2020 SUMMER VARIETY HOUR LIVE!

The supersized lineup for the fifth and final episode of The Muny 2020 Summer Variety Hour Live! has been announced. This free, live-streamed program will air on Monday, August 17, at 8:15 p…

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to remain closed in London's West End until February 2021

The record-breaking stage play that picks up right where Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows left off will now remain closed until at least 21 February 2021 due to the pandemic. Harry Potte…

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Tell Me More | Episode 51: Scott Feinberg on The Long-Awaited Tony Awards by Matt Tamanini

On today’s episode of “Tell Me More,” Matt speaks the most respected man in entertainment awards journalism, The Hollywood Reporter’s Scott Feinberg. On Aug. 7, Feinberg published an…

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Catch Victoria Hamilton & Daisy Edgar-Jones in Mark Bartlett’s Albion on BBC Four this month by Hira Desai

From 16 August, you can catch Mark Bartlett's Albion starring Victoria Hamilton and Daisy Edgar Jones on BBC Four and BBC iplayer. Find out more. The post Catch Victoria Hamilton & Daisy…

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Closet Cleaning by Artsjournal1

For a lot of us, these last few months have provided an opportunity to clean out and organize our closets, cupboards, garages, and workshops. (Stick with me, there will be a point to this.) …

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Snapshot: Julie Andrews sings “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?” by Terry Teachout

Julie Andrews sings “Wouldn’t It Be Loverly?” (from My Fair Lady) on The Ed Sullivan Show in 1961. Because she was replaced by Audrey Hepburn in the screen version, his is the only s…

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Almanac: C.S. Lewis on rereading books by Terry Teachout

“I can’t imagine a man really enjoying a book and reading it only once.” C.S. Lewis, letter to Arthur Greeves, February 1932 Continue reading Almanac: C.S. Lewis on rereading books at …

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Voices Of The West End announced for Stonor Park Henley On Thames by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo This September Voices Of The West End will be presented at Stonor Park Henley On Thames from 11 - 13 September 2020. Book tickets now! This post Voices Of The West End announ…

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Theatre picks for Shedinburgh fringe festival by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Mark Ludmon previews theatre coming up as part of this month’s online Shedinburgh fringe festival. This post Theatre picks for Shedinburgh fringe festival first appeared on …

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Original ‘Hamilton’ star Christopher Jackson is doing a concert for Northlight Theatre. And no, not from his basement. by Chris Jones

The original George Washington in Lin-Manuel Miranda's "Hamilton" is doing an online concert from New York — that will be "presented by" and benefit Northlight Theatre as well as other non…

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Mercury Online Festival announces line up by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Mercury Theatre Colchester have announced the line up for the Mercury Online Festival which takes place over the weekend of the 21-23 August 2020. This post Mercury Onlin…

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New and Upcoming Releases For the Week of August 10

Need something new to read or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases! This week's newly-announced releases include music from Forbidden Broadway, the cast recordi…

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‘All in all, yet another brilliant show’: AS YOU LIKE IT – The Show Must Go Online (Online review) by Debbie Gilpin

From Rome to the Forest of Arden, as The Show Must Go Online next tackles As You Like It.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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UK theatres light up in red to raise urgent awareness to the industry’s crisis by Hira Desai

Hundreds of venues and theatres across the UK were lit up in red last night to urge the Government to provide urgent support for the industry. The post UK theatres light up in red to raise u…

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Wake Up With BWW 8/12: BEETLEJUICE Wins BroadwayWorld Award For Best New Cast Recording, and More!

Today's top stories Beetlejuice has won the BroadwayWorld Album Award for Best New Broadway Cast Recording, and more!

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Bridge Theatre to reopen with socially distanced shows this autumn featuring Imelda Staunton, Ralph Fiennes and more

The Off-West End venue has revealed their plans for staging socially distanced productions this autumn, including shows starring Hello, Dolly!'s Imelda Staunton.

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Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre announces live screen relays of Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert by Hira Desai

Enjoy live screen relays of Jesus Christ Superstar: The Concert from the lawn at The Regent's Park Open Air Theatre for just £20! Find out more. The post Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre a…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Crossword: A Whole New Puzzle to Test Your Disney-Musical Knowledge

Invite the kids to help you out with this week's crossword.

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Frank Wood, Denis O'Hare, and More to Star in Reading of Righteous

Jeff Cohen's new play, featuring Jessica Hecht and Richard Kind, will stream later this month.

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Rob McClure, Lesli Margherita, and More Join Virtual Mystery Escape From Camp Erie

Andrew Barth Feldman's Broadway Whodunit will stream its second edition on August 30.

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Hamilton's Original Cast to Gather for Final Virtual Fundraiser of Ham4Change

The online event will take place this Saturday, August 15.

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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On the Couch with Claire Lyon by Arts Review

Who is Claire Lyon? I’m originally from Melbourne and have been performing professionally in Musical Theatre and Opera since 2007! My career started out with Opera Australia and I’ve bee…

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How “Hamilton” Got Chinese Thinking About Who Tells Their History by Yi Yang

Viewers in the People’s Republic have embraced Lin-Manuel Miranda’s unconventional approach to historical storytelling, precisely for how it breaks with tradition. When the hit Broadway …

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This Is How We Cripped It by Debbie Patterson

By Debbie Patterson. Debbie Patterson talks about the barriers faced by artists with disabilities and how creative teams can “crip” the work—embracing the disruptions created by disabi…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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KRISTIAN FREDRIKSON Designer by Arts Review

By the time he died on 10th November 2005, New Zealand born, Australian stage designer, Kristian Fredrickson, had become one of Australia’s most experienced and sought after designers. His…

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Wednesday, August 12, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Applications now open for 2022 Ian Potter Moving Image Commission by Arts Review

ACMI and The Ian Potter Cultural Trust are calling for submissions from practicing Australian artists for the final biennial Ian Potter Moving Image Commission worth $100,000. Established a …

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Shack attack: how the Edinburgh Fringe became Shedinburgh

Gary McNair and Francesca Moody talk about reinventing the world’s biggest arts festival as a live-streamed spectacle

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Broadway Checklist: How Many of These Shows at the Circle in the Square Theatre Have You Seen? by Marc J. Franklin

Look back at the 10 most recent productions to play over 100 performances at the venue.

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Checking In With… Hamilton Star Miguel Cervantes by Andrew Gans

Cervantes can currently be seen in the world premiere of the digital musical A Killer Party: A Murder Mystery Musical.

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Virtual Reading of Lynn Nottage's Crumbs From the Table of Joy, Benefiting NAACP Legal Defense Fund, Presented August 12 by Andrew Gans

The reading reunites the cast of the 2016 Martha's Vineyard Playhouse production.

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"Let's Cut to the Chase": Musical Theatre Schools Introduce Degree in Musical Theatre Teaching by Broadway Beat

by Ziye Hu. @ziyehu. NEW YORK, NY - Musical theatre conservatories nationwide announced today that, in an effort to stay relevant and ada...

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