Friday, September 30, 2022 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Video: Dave Malloy Writes Score For Short Musical Opening Hermes Store In NYC

Earlier this week, Tony-nominated composer Dave Malloy, along with comic and author Isaac Oliver and director Jason Eagan, debuted a short musical celebrating the opening of the new Herm…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

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jeremy jordan newsies, Newsies, Jeremy Will Return to Movie Theatres | Playbill, Newsies Extends Limited Broadway Engagement Prior Opening ...

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Theater Roundup: 'Sweeney' on Broadway, 'A Beautiful Noise' Cast & More: ohnotheydidnt

... Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, while Annaleigh Ashford last appeared in the Sunday in the Park with George revival. Playbill · @playbill.

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Curtain Up | Playbill - Kala Su Abhivyakti … invites revelers to dance and sing to classic and contemporary Broadway songs and performances in the heart of New York City: Times ...

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Product Reviews for American Buffalo Broadway Limited Edition Opening Night Playbill

Official Limited Edition Opening Night Playbill of the 2022 revival of American Buffalo starring Laurence Fishburne, Sam Rockwell and Darren Criss ...

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On Your Feet! | Prologues by Paper Mill Playhouse

#PMPOnYourFeet #VideoEssay Paper Mill Prologues offers our audience an extra layer of insight and context for our productions. In this video, we discuss our first production of the season, …

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Opening Night of 'Oklahoma!' | Ahmanson Theatre by Center Theatre Group

This is OKLAHOMA! as you’ve never seen or heard it before—reimagined for the 21st century and the Tony Award Winner for Best Revival of a Musical. Direct from an acclaimed run on Broadw…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (142) by Robert Shuman

The words and wisdom of Constantin Stanislavski: (Think) about the inner side of a role, and how to create its spiritual life through the help of the internal process of living the part. You…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

URTA Auditions & Interviews (URTAs) Return to In-Person Event by Michael Eddy

The University Resident Theatre Association (URTA) Auditions & Interviews (aka The URTAs) will return with in-person events in New York City and Chicago after two years of fully virtual …

Friday, September 30, 2022 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Interview: Doug Jones & Sam Richardson Talk Honoring HOCUS POCUS Fans Through New Sequel

Doug Jones has returned as Billy Butcherson for Hocus Pocus 2 and joining him in the film is Sam Richardson, who plays the new character of Gilbert. Watch BroadwayWorld's new video interview…

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Broadway Gift Shop One Shubert Alley to Relaunch Later This Year

It was reported earlier this month that the iconic Broadway gift shop, One Shubert Alley, would close on October 2nd. It has now been announced that the Araca Group’s merchandise divisio…

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Singing Shrink Kat Rothe Performs at a “Spare Castle in Monaco” and Answers Six Questions

Vocalist Katharina Rothe lives a “double life.” The German-born performer studied music and theater at university, and then went on to become Katharina Rothe, Ph.D, working as a clinical…

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Maria Breaux’s crowdfunded feature film is Spinal Tap for queers by Cameron Cieszki

Director, editor, and producer Maria Breaux taps into the bratty ferocity and cries for revolution of the 1990s riot grrrl movement with her crowdfunded feature film Vulveeta, premiering as …

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The African Desperate by Kathleen Sachs

Syms’s work—which ranges from performance art to gallery installations to this more straightforward narrative endeavor—is compelled by a preternaturally propulsive energy that sustains…

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Riotsville, U.S.A. by Dmitry Samarov

Sierra Pettengill’s disquieting documentary uses only archival footage shot by the military and clips from period news coverage to explore this uncanny episode in the country’s history. …

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Bros by Adam Mullins-Khatib

Bros is a genuinely funny movie with nuanced emotional heft. The post Bros appeared first on Chicago Reader.

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Check Out New Production Photos From London's The Band's Visit by Andrew Gans

Directed by Michael Longhurst, the Tony-winning musical will officially open October 6 at the Donmar Warehouse.

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Get a First Look at Only An Octave Apart at Wilton's Music Hall in London by Michael Wiltbank

The show features Justin Vivian Bond and Anthony Roth Costanzo expressing their queer identities through unique interpretations of classical and pop music.

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Check Out Broadway's Solea Pfeiffer Performing Scott Alan's 'I'm a Star' by Talaura Harms

The video for the new dance remix also features Ilda Mason, doing that NYC bartending-auditioning hustle.

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David Alan Grier Reveals New Songs Written for Upcoming The Color Purple Movie Musical by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony winner stars as Reverend Avery, a role being added for the screen version of the Broadway musical.

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Check Out New Photos of the North American Tour of Anastasia by Andrew Gans, Michael Wiltbank

The non-Equity tour is currently playing the Pablo Center in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.

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Get a Sneak Peek at New CBS Drama East New York by Andrew Gans

The new series features a host of Broadway names, including Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Jimmy Smits, Richard Kind, and Elizabeth Rodriguez.

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Watch: Into the Woods' Stephanie J. Block, Sebastian Arcelus, Montego Glover, Krysta Rodriguez, More Meet the Press by Roberto Araujo

The celebrated Broadway revival continues at the St. James Theatre until January 8, 2023.

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Raymond Antrobus uses spoken word poetry to portray a diverse experience of sound by Jeevika Verma

The First Time I Wore Hearing Aids aims to make sound more inclusive for listeners by broadening the way in which we experience it.

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'Luda' isn't a book you read — it's a book you experience by Gabino Iglesias

Luda is a magical, multilayered, intoxicating story about identity, stardom, performance, lust, and death that could only have come from the prodigious mind of Grant Morrison.

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Baz Luhrmann Teases Possibility Of ‘Elvis’ Stage Musical by Greg Evans

Well, he didn’t rule it out. Director Baz Luhrmann, whose 2001 film Moulin Rouge! became a 2018 Broadway hit musical, says a similar path for his 2022 Elvis Presley biopic might be inevita…

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Is This Land Our Land? by Lincoln Center

Presented in collaboration with New York Philharmonic and Macaulay Honors College The Unanswered Questions is a conversation series presented in collaboration with the New York Philharmonic…

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Hamilton is returning to Toronto by Mirvish Productions

Hamilton will return to Toronto in February 2023!

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‘Let’s make the funniest movie we can make’ by Adam Mullins-Khatib

I sat down with [Billy] Eichner and costar Luke Macfarlane to discuss the joy of the theatrical experience, bringing the film from idea to reality, and the exuberant messiness of loving both…

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Baz Luhrmann Teases the Possibility of an ELVIS Stage Musical

Director Baz Luhrmann has teased that a stage adaption of Elvis could be a possibility. The original Moulin Rouge! director helmed a critically acclaimed biopic on iconic singer Elvis Presle…

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Review: It’s That Old Hard Shoe, and an Irish Dance Reunion by Brian Seibert

Seán Curran Company and Darrah Carr Dance present “Céilí,” a pleasant show that doesn’t break much new ground.

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Broadway Alaska Announces Inaugural Season Lineup by Matthew Herzog

Company – HAMILTON National Tour (Angelica). Photo: Joan Marcus Broadway Alaska (Anchorage, AK), a Nederlander presentation, has announced its inaugural season to begin in August 2023. Ham…

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Stage version of ‘Singin’ in the Rain’ makes a delightful splash at the Princess of Wales Theatre by Michael Crabb - Special To The Star

There’s so much of water, not just during the title song — cue iconic umbrella and lamppost — but also in the grand finale that patrons in the front rows are likely to get wet.

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Aftersun at NYFF60 by Jk Clarke

By Carole di Tosti . . .  In Aftersun, writer/director Charlotte Wells infuses her debut feature with cinematic beauty and fragility. It is a tone poem of layered memory as daughter Sophie …

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Sounds & S’mores, Acid Nun, the Crooked Mouth, and more by Micco Caporale, Salem Collo-Julin and Kerry Reid

Artist Khaaliq Haneef closes out his debut solo show, “The Devious Mind of Khaaliq Haneef” with Sounds & S’mores, an open mike at the Lawndale Pop-Up Spot (1408 S. Central […] Th…

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Don't Miss Out on the TodayTix Friends & Family Sale With $20 Off!

Join the TodayTix family! For a limited time, TodayTix is extending their employee discount to their loyal customers, and our BroadwayWorld readers!

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Rupert Holmes New Play About Ruth Bader Ginsburg by Sandi Durell

16 City Tour Begins Oct. 5 – See Locations Below All Things Equal – The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg, a new play by multiple-Tony Award winning playwright Rupert Holmes, will l…

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Hugh Panaro to Make Solo New York Concert Debut at 54 Below by Andrew Gans

Richard Jay-Alexander will direct with musical direction by Joseph Thalken.

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How Betty Buckley Sang Her Way from the Pageant Stage to Broadway by Seth Rudetsky

Plus, which Jonas brother has a Broadway 'Chip' on his shoulder and what childhood audition trick of Seth's really backfired.

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

ROE Visual Celebrates Milestone of the Film-Centric Black Pearl 2 by Michael Eddy

ROE Visual is excited to announce the news of over 100,000 panels of their Black Pearl 2 series in Virtual Production use around the world. This figure represents a major milestone for the t…


Fall for Dance Festival 2022 at New York City Center by Edward A Kliszus

Fall for Dance Festival 2022 at New York City Center OpeningNight.Online New York City Center presented the fourth installment of its Fall For Dance Festival, a trio of spectacular, diverse …

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Cast Set For Pre-Broadway Tryout of ‘Shucked,’ New Musical Solving the Corn-Undrum Of A Divided America by Billy McEntee

A raft of Broadway veterans will lead the regional tryout of new Broadway-bound musical 'Shucked,' which plays Utah’s Pioneer Theatre Company this fall. The post Cast Set For Pre-Broadway …

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Darren Criss, Jason Robert Brown & More Join Tectonic Theater Project's Benefit Cabaret Hosted by Billy Porter

Emmy, Grammy, and Tony Award-winner Billy Porter will host Tectonic Theater Project’s annual benefit cabaret, A Tectonic Cabaret on Monday, October 3, 2022. Directed by Timothy Koch,…

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Listen: Christine Ebersole's New Album AFTER THE BALL Out Now

After the Ball, a new album from two-time Tony Award winner Christine Ebersole has been released in physical and digital formats! Listen to the album here! The recording finds Ebersole at t…

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Octavio Solis, in the Company of His Characters by American Theatre Editors

The playwright talks with director Chi-wang Yang about his new play ‘Scene With Cranes,’ about making theatre in a bar, and about the unacknowledged grief of the world.

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Theater Quiz for September 2022 by New York Theater

How well were you paying attention to New York theater in September? Answer these dozen questions to find out. Loading…

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Sneak Peek at James Monroe Iglehart, Jessie Mueller, and More in Guys and Dolls by Playbill

Directed by Marc Bruni, D.C.'s Kennedy Center's upcoming production of Guys and Dolls is set to play the Eisenhower Theater October 7–16. Get a look at the rehearsal room for the new reviv…

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John Gabriel Borkman review – Simon Russell Beale stunning as the shamed alpha-male banker by Arifa Akbar

Bridge theatre, LondonTurning to a lesser-staged work by Ibsen might seem risky, but Nicholas Hytner’s production is held together by some powerhouse performances Reviving a lesser-staged …

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Review: At Fall for Dance, Resilience Takes Center Stage by Gia Kourlas

The City Center festival continued with Kyiv City Ballet, a Christopher Wheeldon duet and a daring work for Dayton Contemporary Dance Company.

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Review: Hubbard Street Dance opens the fall with new faces, fresh versatility and ‘Refraction’ by Lauren Warnecke

If you’re a Hubbard Street fan you’ll notice more new faces than familiar ones — just five of the 15 dancers on the roster have more than a season under their belt.

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Photos: First Look at Veronica Stern, Willem Butler & More in ANASTASIA North American Tour

The Non-Equity North American tour of ANASTASIA is currently making its way across the country! Veronica Stern, one of BroadwayWorld's 'People to Watch in 2022,' leads the cast as Anya. The…

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Rupert Holmes Play All Things Equal–The Life and Trials of Ruth Bader Ginsburg to Launch 16-City Tour by Andrew Gans

The 2022-23 national tour will kick off next month in Florida.

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Ben Zucker’s stirring compositions are built on a lifetime of musical curiosity by Joshua Minsoo Kim

Born in Pennsylvania, Ben Zucker lived in Berkeley, New England, and London before moving to Chicago for a graduate composition program at Northwestern University. He was excited to come her…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at noon (Broadway Time)

Refraction opens Hubbard Street’s 45th season by Irene Hsiao

Now celebrating its 45th anniversary, Hubbard Street Dance Chicago presents Refraction, a mixed bill of contemporary works consisting of the world premiere of Chicago choreographer Randy Dun…

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Noël Coward's The Rat Trap to Make American Premiere Off-Broadway by Leah Putnam

Mint Theater Company has announced its 2022-2023 season with casting that includes Broadway alums Elisabeth Gray, Sarin Monae West, and Kate Hampton.

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60-Minute Version of The Lightning Thief to Play Off-Broadway Before Touring by Andrew Gans

The Theatre for Young Audiences Edition will play the Five Angels Theater.

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Mary Kathryn Nagle Is First KCRep American Crossroads Resident Playwright  by American Theatre Editors

An attorney on the frontline of Native American rights, and the playwright of 'Sovereignty' and 'Manahatta,' Nagle will create a work inspired by stories of the region.

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Philly Fringe 2022: Humble Materials presents Jess Noell’s Scarlet Letter by Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey

Four historical figures, two time-travelers, and one figure whose story is yet to be told dance their way across the centuries Bill & Ted-style in a dance-theater piece about life, art, …

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New Start-up Sauca Live Light Wins Innovation Award by Michael Eddy

Winners of a prestigious PLASA 2022 Award for Innovation, Sauca Live Light, are pleased to announce the launch of the new company at the recent PLASA show in London. Although Sauca Live Ligh…


Phish’s Summer Tour Hits the Road with Robe by Debi Moen

Phish's summer tour in North America united the collaborative lighting team of Chris Kuroda, longtime lighting designer for Phish, and associate designer Andrew “Gif” Giffin, who have cr…

Friday, September 30, 2022 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Photos: The Off-Broadway World Premiere of American (Tele)visions by Michael Wiltbank

The co-production with Theater Mitu is written by Victor I. Cazares and directed by Rubén Polendo.

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Hocus Pocus 2 Streams on Disney+ September 30 by Logan Culwell-Block

Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, and Kathy Najimy are back as the Sanderson sisters!

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City Theatrical Previews Products for Cine Gear Atlanta Expo 2022 by Michael Eddy

City Theatrical will be demonstrating new technology for the film and video industry in Stage A, Booth S103 at Cine Gear Atlanta Expo at Trilith Studios in Fayetteville, Georgia from October…


Photos: Hubbard Street Dance Chicago

Hubbard Street Dance Chicago presents its fall series at the Harris Theater for Music and Dance.

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Chauvet Professional Helps Cosmo Wilson Create Evocative Mood for Aerosmith at Fenway Park by Debi Moen

Time was on Cosmo Wilson’s mind on Sept.8 when he lit Aerosmith’s pandemic-postponed 50th Anniversary Concert at iconic Fenway Park. The band’s longtime LD not only transcended time by…


‘American (Tele)visions’ Review: Tune In, and Buckle Up, for Family Drama by Maya Phillips

In Victor I. Cazares’s play, Walmart is a haven for a family of undocumented Mexican immigrants, but it comes with a cost.

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Jonathan Homsey’s TRUTHCLUB at Darebin Arts Centre by Aussie Theatre

In a nightclub in a (not-so-distant) future, there is only one place to decipher society and get to the truth.

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Review: ‘Wicked’ is back in the Loop, a Chicago favorite as splendiferous as ever by Chris Jones

They were handed out buttons in the lobby of the Nederlander Theatre: “I’ve seen ‘Wicked’ (blank) times."

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Mean Girls High School Edition Now Available for Licensing From Music Theatre International by Logan Culwell-Block

The musical based on the 2004 film will be available to schools for a limited time with the ability to customize its content to a school's own community.

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Beetlejuice Announces 31-Day Halloween Celebration Including Limited-Edition Playbill Covers; Find Out How to Get Yours by Margaret Hall

Every day of October will have a spooky surprise, including custom cocktails, a tattoo flash sheet, and more.

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54 Below to Celebrate 50th Anniversary of Gerome Ragni and Galt MacDermot's Dude by Leah Putnam

The concert will feature original cast members of the duo's follow-up to Hair.

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Edinburgh Theatre to Be Named for Ian McKellen by Andrew Gans

The naming of the Ian McKellen Theatre at Saint Stephens follows the actor's version of Hamlet at the Edinburgh Fringe.

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Video: Solea Pfeiffer Sings Remixed Version of 'I'm A Star' by Scott Alan

An all new video has been released, featuring remixed version of 'I'm A Star' by Scott Alan, sung by Solea Pfeiffer, with music production by Devin Lewis. The video stars Ilda Mason, and fe…

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Philly Fringe 2022: Lightning Rod Special presents SPEECH by Alaina Johns

SPEECH, the latest from Lightning Rod Special, features the company's signature stellar ensemble work, skewering our cultural currents. Alaina Johns reviews.

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Woman in Mind review – when the vicar’s wife’s worst nightmare is her own life by David Jays

Chichester Festival theatreJenna Russell stars in Alan Ayckbourn’s exploration of mental illness with an accomplished cast of supporting characters ably adding to the anguish It’s clear …

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‘When is it OK to start blowing things up?’ Mark Rylance on families, Hilary Mantel and climate disaster by Ryan Gilbey

The actor discusses his new drama at the London film festival, being starstruck by Meryl Streep – and the best way to take environmental action On the day that Mark Rylance video-calls fro…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 11:03AM

A Billion Times I Love You review – ‘The kids get the meat and I get the fat’ by Mark Fisher

Everyman theatre, LiverpoolTheatre meets couples counselling as a night of wine, passion and allegations of infidelity leave two women pulling their relationship apart Jesse is on her guard.…

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The Famous Five review: forget shipwrecks and spies – the fate of humanity now lies in their hands by Gareth Llŷr Evans

Theatr Clwyd, MoldBrisk direction, plucky performances and complex lyrics propel this original adaptation, as the hunt for a source of renewable energy comes under threat To paraphrase that …

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‘Exciting & challenging’: SCENE UNSEEN – English Touring Opera (Online show) by Louise Penn

Jessica Walker and Joseph Atkins bring a touch of cabaret to English Touring Opera in this intimate show, co-produced by Royal & Derngate, captured on film and directed by James Dacre wi…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Photos: "Wicked" is back in Chicago

The curtain rises on Glinda, Elphaba and this beloved musical once again, looking and sounding in 2022 as supersplendiferous as ever.

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LANY Lighting Shines with Bandit Lites by Debi Moen

Bandit Lites supplied a lighting system for American pop rock band LANY, who wrapped their 34-city Summer Forever tour. Lighting Designer Ben Gilbert and Production Manager Alex Rousso based…


Upcoming Cabaret by Sandi Durell

Open up the curtain, Sondheim tonight! Vanessa Paradis & Dream Productions present Side By Side By Sondheim at The Triad Theater October 6 and 7at 7:00 pm, and October 9 at 3:00 pm. Afte…

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See Photos of Martyna Majok's Pulitzer Prize-Winning Cost of Living by Michael Wiltbank

The Manhattan Theatre Club production stars Tony nominee Kara Young, David Zayas, Gregg Mozgala, and Katy Sullivan.

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Ain’t Too Proud the Broadway musical to opens at the Prince Edward Theatre in March 2023 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations  is to open at the Prince Edward Theatre with performances starting on 31 March 2023. This post Ain’t Too Proud th…

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Ford’s lyrical ‘Trip to Bountiful’ travels back to an illusory time by John Stoltenberg

The production showcases Nancy Robinette, Kimberly Gilbert, and Emily Kester in performances worth way more than the price of the ticket.

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Reviews: What Do Critics Think of The Kilbanes' Weightless at Off-Broadway's WP Theater? by Leah Putnam

The indie rock musical, inspired by the band's concept album and Ovid’s Metamorphoses, opened September 29.

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Carol Burnett Takes Her #TheMajesticIsFitForaPrince Campaign to Dear Multi-Hyphenate Podcast by Margaret Hall

Burnett is joined by fashion writer Eila Mell on the theatre business podcast from the Broadway Podcast Network.

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Triple Tony Nominee Camille A. Brown Signs With CAA by Greg Evans

EXCLUSIVE: CAA has signed three-time Tony Award-nominated director and choreographer Camille A. Brown in all areas. Brown made her Broadway directorial debut last season with the revival of …

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Friday, September 30, 2022 by Susan Grace

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MEAN GIRLS High School Version Now Available for Licensing to US and Canadian Schools

Theatrical licensor Music Theatre International has announced the licensing availability of Mean Girls High School Version.

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The Crucible, National Theatre review - visually stunning revival of Miller's classic drama by Mert Dilek

Lyndsey Turner paints this seminal drama with disturbing colours How can this beauty arise from such ugliness? The Crucible, Arthur Miller’s 1953 drama about the Salem witch trials of 1692…

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‘The Broadway Show’: Angelica Ross on how she’s ‘surprised’ herself as Roxie in ‘Chicago’ by Caitlin Hornik

Angelica Ross grew up doing musical theater and was convinced that would be her path forward. But, as she tells Paul Wontorek in the latest episode of “The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal,…

SOURCE: Broadway News at 09:27AM

Into the Woods Revival Cast Album Released September 30 by Talaura Harms

The new recording of the Sondheim musical features the original Broadway cast, including Sara Bareilles, Brian d'Arcy James, Patina Miller, and more.

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Robert Kalfin, Off-Broadway Pioneer, Made a Home for Big Risks by American Theatre Editors

The founder of Chelsea Theater Center was a force from the 1960s onward, doing plays no one else would do and encouraging similar boldness in his colleagues.

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Bob Kalfin and Me: A Friendship Over Half a Century by American Theatre Editors

From our first meeting, he opened me up to a panorama of possibilities, not only in the theatre but in myself.

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INTO THE WOODS Broadway Cast Recording is Available Now!

The cast recording has been released for the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of the New York City Center Encores! production of James Lapine and Stephen Sondheim's Into The Woods on …

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Review: In ‘Textplay,’ Stoppard and Beckett Get Snarky, FWIW by Jesse Green

An imaginary electronic conversation between the two playwrights falls somewhere between a ❤️ and a 🤷.

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Broadway merchandise shop One Shubert Alley to reopen under Araca Group by Caitlin Hornik

One Shubert Alley, the Broadway merchandise shop which recently announced a closing date of Oct. 2, will now reopen under the Araca Group’s merchandise division. The store, located between…

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Seattle-area shows to help you get your spook on this Halloween season by Jerald Pierce

The Halloween season offers plenty of chances for haunts and frights. Here are some local experiences to consider as you plan your October outings.

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 8am (Broadway Time)

3 Misconceptions About College Musical Theatre Auditions by Laura Enstall

And 3 ways you can succeed! The post 3 Misconceptions About College Musical Theatre Auditions appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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In two fiercely acted regional theater premieres, the kids are anything but all right by Lisa Kennedy

With the recent openings of “The Children” and “Dry Land,” area theaters continue to launch their seasons on a high note -- or, depending on how you look at it, a culturally attuned …

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Can’t-Miss Stage Events (Fall Arts Preview 2022) by Brian Hieggelke

This season brings out bold new work by some of the city's most creative

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New ‘Lake Song’ podcast headed to Tribeca Festival imagines Chicago in 2090 by Chris Jones

The series is co-created by Chicago's Jeremy McCarter, co-author of official books on Lin-Manuel Miranda's “Hamilton” and “In the Heights."

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Friday, September 30, 2022 by Matt Tamanini

“Merrily” Completes Casting, William Jackson Harper to Return Off-Broadway, “Hocus Pocus” Aiming for Broadway “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitti…

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Listen: Michael Ball and Alfie Boe Release 'The Gambler' From Forthcoming Album 'Together in Vegas'

'The Gambler', the third song from Michael Ball and Alfie Boe's forthcoming album 'Together in Vegas' has been released! The new album is set for release on 28th October on Decca Records.

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ArtsBeat TV/Radio 9/30/22: Goodspeed and KETG Theatre by Mark G. Auerbach

NEW ArtsBeat TV/Radio from WCPC15 and 89.5fm/WSKB. Max von Essen headlines Goodspeed’s “42nd Street”. Ken Comia, Chelsea Derby and Carina Savoie preview KETG’s “The Wild Party” S…

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Tell Us In 10: Tom Francis by Yasmin

We hear from Tom Francis, who's currently playing Romeo in & Juliet alongside Miriam-Teak Lee, playing at Shaftesbury Theatre. The post Tell Us In 10: Tom Francis appeared first on Offic…

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‘Smoothly watchable’: JEWS. IN THEIR OWN WORDS – Royal Court Theatre by Aleks Sierz

If you accept the documentary verbatim style of Jews. In Their Own Words at the Royal Court, and don’t mind the lack of any real drama, this is an intelligently crafted and committed piece…

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Ganser find the freedom beyond despair on Nothing You Do Matters by Leor Galil

Dread can be suffocating, but Ganser make it work like a spark. On their new EP, Nothing You Do Matters (Felte), the Chicago postpunk four-piece take cues from dance punk […] The post Gans…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Sir Ian McKellen Will Have A Theatre in Edinburgh Named In His Honour

Sir Ian McKellen will have a theatre named in his honour. The Ian McKellen Theatre at Saint Stephens in Edinburgh follows his acclaimed season of 'Hamlet', which was seen at the venue by a r…

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Saint Omer at NYFF60 by Jk Clarke

By Carole di Tosti . . .  French documentarian Alice Diop applies her well-honed skills to reconfigure the true story of an infanticide by spinning it into her debut fictional narrative Sai…

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Bertha Levine a.k.a. Madame Spivy by Trav S.D.

Today, a post on the legendary lesbian cabaret singer and screen actress Bertha Levine (1906-1971), variously billed as Spivy, Spivy Levoe, or Madame Spivy. (Pronounced “Spivvy”, i.e., w…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 06:07AM

Wake Up With BWW 9/30: HOCUS POCUS Musical in the Works, MERRILY Casting, and More!

Top stories include full casting for Merrily We Roll Along at New York Theatre Workshop, plus a musical adaptation of Hocus Pocus in the works, a clip of Idina Menzel embracing her Elphaba r…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:02AM
Friday, September 30, 2022 at 5am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Award-winning play Apples in Winter receives its European premiere at London’s Playground Theatre by Featured Content

Surrey-based LynchPin Productions will be staging the European premiere of the award-winning play Apples in Winter by Jennifer Fawcett, directed by Claire Parker, at London’s Playground Th…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at 2am (Broadway Time)

JOHN GABRIEL BORKMAN. Bridge Theatre, SE1 by Libby Purves and Friends

AMBITION , DISGRACE, RUIN, WOMEN Heavy footfalls pace overhead, enervating, raising anxiety. Anna Fleischle’s  galleried grey set is half Scandi-minimo-chic, half penitentiary. Downstairs…

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Friday, September 30, 2022 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Wicked Sing-Along, The Broadway Block Party, More Hit Times Square as Curtain Up Broadway Festival Launches September 30 by Logan Culwell-Block

The three-day event of performances, sing-alongs, a block party, and more is in the heart of the theatre district—and streaming live.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:37AM

World Premiere of West End-Bound The Time Traveller's Wife Begins September 30 by Logan Culwell-Block

With a score by Grammy winners Joss Stone and The Eurythmics' Dave Stewart, the musical plays Chester's Storyhouse before London's West End.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:37AM

Only An Octave Apart Opens London Run September 30 by Leah Putnam

Justin Vivian Bond and Anthony Roth Costanzo present unique interpretations of classical and pop music to express their queer identities.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:37AM

Jason Gotay's Where You'll Find Me Begins at Minetta Lane Theatre September 30 by Leah Putnam

Audible Theater presents the autobiographical show written and performed by the Broadway favorite.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:37AM

Christine Ebersole Releases New Album After the Ball September 30 by Logan Culwell-Block

The release from the two-time Tony winner comes from Club44 Records.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:37AM

Interview: Caesar Samayoa On the Intimate Process of Los Otros and Saying Goodbye to Come From Away

Samayoa stars alongside Luba Mason in Michael John LaChiusa and Ellen Fitzhugh's two-hander off-Broadway.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 12:03AM

IMPRESSIONS: Liberty Dance Festival Presented by Buggé Ballet and Liberty Hall by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Liberty Dance Festival Presented by Buggé Ballet and Liberty Hall: " This annual event, cleverly curated by Nicole Buggé, returned on Saturday, when a varied lineup of perf…

SOURCE: Dance Enthusiast at 12:00AM

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