Monday, February 26, 2024 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Ben Hur by Steven Morris

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Crossover piano sensation Maksim announces Australian tour

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20th Anniversary Of Butts In The Seats by Joe Patti

This past Friday, February 23 marked the 20th anniversary of this blog. While Drew McManus often remembers the anniversary better than I do, I did recall the anniversary was coming up prior …

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

The Winter’s Tale by Steven Morris

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Photos: Go Inside the Opening Night of New Group's SEVEN YEAR DISAPPEAR

Emmy and Tony Award-winner Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch star in THE SEVEN YEAR DISAPPEAR, is running now at The New Group. The play is a funny, deeply human mystery of mothers and s…

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2024-2025 Broadway Seasons Announced Across the Country by Matthew Herzog

‘Some Like It Hot’ (Broadway Cast). Photo: Marc J. Franklin. 2024-2025 Broadway seasons were announced on Monday evening for venues in Schenectady, Memphis and Las Vegas–each taking pl…

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Video: New Jersey Students Perform 'Better' At KIMBERLY AKIMBO's Final Show Choir Night On Broadway

Kimberly Akimbo hosted its final show choir night as the students of High Tech High School took the stage at the Booth Theater for an amazing rendition of 'Better'. See their performance!

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Everlasting by Steven Morris

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Muse of Fire by Steven Morris

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Video: Tiffany Mann and Okieriete Onaodowan Perform 'Michigan Water' In JELLY'S LAST JAM At City Center Encores!

Get a peek at the New York City Center Encores! production of Jelly’s Last Jam. In the video below, watch as Tiffany Mann and Okieriete Onaodowan as Buddy Bolden perform “Michigan Water�…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Fiasco Theater’s ‘Pericles,’ the Cruise of a Lifetime by Alexis Soloski

If Fiasco Theater has mixed results in its production of this Shakespearean tragicomedy, it celebrates actors supporting and delighting in one another’s work.

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Review Roundup: THE SEVEN YEAR DISAPPEAR Starring Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch Opens Off-Broadway

Emmy and Tony Award-winner c star in THE SEVEN YEAR DISAPPEAR, opening tonight at The New Group, a funny, deeply human mystery of mothers and sons, coming of age, and coming apart. Read t…

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Jeremy O. Harris' SLAVE PLAY To Play London's West End

Slave Play, the provocative work from playwright Jeremy O. Harris, is headed to London's West End in a production led by Game of Thrones star Kit Harington and Olivia Washington with Fisayo…

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Spotlighting Queensland’s excellence in theatre – 36th annual Matilda Awards announces 2023 winners

The post Spotlighting Queensland’s excellence in theatre – 36th annual Matilda Awards announces 2023 winners appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Pericles Review: The Bawdy and the Beautiful by Dan Rubins

Fiasco Theater’s production of Pericles is an electrifying act of double-resurrection itself. The post <em>Pericles</em> Review: The Bawdy and the Beautiful appeared first on S…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Cynthia Nixon Is Nowhere and Everywhere in ‘Seven Year Disappear’ by Naveen Kumar

A sleekly designed production, starring Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch, aims to skewer the art world but falls flat.

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Fiasco Theater’s Pericles: Creative Troupe Has Fun with Unwieldy Shakespeare by David Finkle

★★★★☆ Ben Steinfeld directs Fiasco's viewer-friendly version of the rarely-produced tragedy The post Fiasco Theater’s Pericles: Creative Troupe Has Fun with Unwieldy Shakespeare …

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

The Seven Year Disappear ***,The Connector *** by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward February 26, 2024: Theatrical productions are like collaborative jigsaw puzzles. When the pieces—script, acting, direction, design, etc.—fit perfectly together, you …

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The Seven Year Disappear Review. Cynthia Nixon as 8 characters by New York Theater

It’s been seven years since Cynthia Nixon has appeared on a New York stage (when she won a Tony for “The Little Foxes”), but that’s not what Jordan Seavey’s new play is about, desp…

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Seven Year Disappear by Tulis McCall

Miriam (Cynthia Nixon) and her son Naphtali (Taylor Trensch) have what could be referred to as a strained relationship.  Strained to the point of busting wide open except for the fact that …

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The Seven Year Disappear by Darryl Reilly

Cynthia Nixon is ferocious as an egotistical performance artist and Taylor Trensch is fearless as her gay son in this haunting high-tech family drama. The post The Seven Year Disappear appea…

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The Seven Year Disappear: A Tour-de-Force for Cynthia Nixon by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★☆☆ The TV star and theater veteran shines as an enigmatic artist in a time-bending two-hander The post The Seven Year Disappear: A Tour-de-Force for Cynthia Nixon appeared first…

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Review: The Seven Year Disappear at The New Group at Signature Theatre by Lane Williamson

An exciting new play from Jordan Seavey features extraordinary performances by Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch. The post Review: The Seven Year Disappear at The New Group at Signature Thea…

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The Seven Year Disappear: A Not Always Straight-Forward Look at Manhattan’s Art World by David Finkle

★★★☆☆ Cynthia Nixon and Taylor Trensch distinguish themselves in Jordan Seavey's play, stylishly directed by Scott Elliott The post The Seven Year Disappear: A Not Always Straight-…

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The Seven Year Disappear by Jk Clarke

Theater Review by Samuel L. Leiter . . . . I met Jordan Seavey, playwright of The Seven Year Disappear, the New Group’s current production at the Pershing Square Signature Center, only onc…

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“Big Data” Blows Our Minds with Comedy & Mysterious “M”—at A.C.T by Bdhorwitz

Kate Attwell Queries: “Can Love Can Survive Artificial Intelligence? by Barry David Horwitz If you want to follow a hilarious comedy that pits tech life against the old-fashioned ways, Kat…

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Jeremy O. Harris' Slave Play Is West End-Bound by Logan Culwell-Block

The Broadway play will now cross the pond, with a cast led by Game of Thrones' Kit Harington and Olivia Washington.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

The Order of the Golden Scribe by David Walters

Join a cult, make new friends, solve puzzles, participate in a rebellion, all while having high tea at The Order of the Golden Scribe.

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Barbie The Movie: In Concert – at the Bowl by Pauline Adamek

Barbie The Movie: In Concert is a musical experience featuring an all-women orchestra performing the award-winning score live-to-film. The event is happening this Summer at the Hollywood Bow…

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CTG presents MUSE/IQUE at the Taper by Pauline Adamek

Three performances only! Marking its first collaboration with Center Theatre Group (CTG), the superb MUSE/IQUE orchestra – led by Artistic & Music Director Rachael Worby – launches …

SOURCE: Arts Beat LA at 06:36PM

A Sign of the Times by Kendra Jones

A Sign of the Times is fun, vibrant, relevant, and relatable. The costuming is bright, the vocals are powerful, the choreography is explosive, the writing seamlessly weaves songs of the 60's…

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Park Avenue Chamber Symphony Records Tchaikovsky by Edward Kliszus

NEW YORK - Park Avenue Chamber Symphony Records Tchaikovsky in a new set published by Recursive Classics, the latest triumph by Maestro Bernard and the PACS reminds us not only of the import…

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The Moonshot Tape and A Poster Of The Cosmos by Holli Harms

Both stories are compelling, and I say to anyone who loves Lanford Wilson check them out. I only wish that this production could have taken its cues from Wilson.

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Until Dark by Holli Harms

Borlenghi has created a compelling, funny, and thought-provoking play that smudges the ideas of what is a victim and what is a perpetrator. At the same time, she reminds all of us what being…

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bwaySHO back in NYC by bwaySHO

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Inner Circle Distribution Welcomes Adam Camp as Sales Manager, West by Michael Eddy

Inner Circle Distribution announces the addition of Adam Camp as its new Sales Manager, West. With over two decades of experience in the audiovisual industry, Camp brings a wealth of experti…


This is Not a Time of Peace by Edward Kliszus

NEW YORK - This is Not a Time of Peace expresses the philosophical, insightful remembrances of author Deb Margolin, spanning decades about her father and the crushing tyranny of Senator Jose…

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Class Notes: Mona Pirnot from “I Love You So Much I Could Die” by James Marino

Listen: Lauren Class Schneider talks to Mona Pirnot, writer and star of “I Love You So Much I Could Die” at New York Theatre Workshop. “Class Notes” actively covers New York’s curr…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Rita Moreno to Join Pink Martini for 30th Anniversary Concert at Carnegie Hall

Rita Moreno will join Pink Martini in celebrating its 30th anniversary in concert on Friday, November 1 at 8:00 p.m. at Carnegie Hall. Learn how to purchase tickets.

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Eddie Izzard Used to Be a Busker. Now She's Playing Hamlet by Talaura Harms

The comedian and Tony-nominated actor is leaning into her past as a street performer to inform her solo Hamlet, now running Off-Broadway.

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2024 Los Angeles International Flamenco Festival by Pauline Adamek

Presenting world-class, highly acclaimed and influential flamenco performances direct from Spain, the 2024 Los Angeles International Flamenco Festival returns this March with two nights at …

SOURCE: Arts Beat LA at 05:32PM

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater returns to The Music Center by Pauline Adamek

The astonishing modern dance company based in New York City, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, was founded in 1958 by choreographer and dancer Alvin Ailey. The company is made up of 32…

SOURCE: Arts Beat LA at 05:32PM

!Fuerte! at The Makery Gallery by Pauline Adamek

Ten women artists come together and cause a commotion at The Makery Gallery of Los Angeles. !Fuerte! is curated by Betty Ann Brown & Eva Montealegre and runs March 3 – 30, 2024 at T…

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2024 Lucille Lortel Awards: Ceremony date, special honors to Ruben Santiago-Hudson and Dominique Morisseau by Sam Eckmann

The Lucille Lortel Awards hold a special place in the New York theater community as the only awards body in the city to exclusively honor Off-Broadway. This year’s ceremony will be held on…

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Actress Lynda Gravatt Passes Away at 77

Actress Lynda Gravatt has passed away. Learn more about Gravatt's career and legacy.

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Photos: Go Inside Opening Night of A SIGN OF THE TIMES at New World Stages

See photos from opening night of A Sign of the Times at New World Stages.

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La MaMa Experimental Theatre Club Will Present Reading of Paul Iacono's High Priest by Meg Masseron

The Warhol factory drama will be directed by Rachel Klein.

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Bordello The Musical to Receive Developmental Reading at York Theatre Company by Margaret Hall

Set in 1920s Buenos Aires, the new musical is inspired by Raquel Liberman and her fight to bring an international sex-trafficking ring to justice.

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Broadway’s Jeff Whiting announces the creation of the Stage Door Foundation by Michael Abourizk

The nonprofit will provide financial support to artists during the developmental process.

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Shakespeare at Notre Dame Announces New Staff by American Theatre Editors

Scott Jackson has been promoted to executive artistic director, while Debra Gasper has been promoted to producing director.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Katie McAllister named executive director of Inside Broadway by Michael Abourizk

The decades-old nonprofit provides Broadway exposure and programming to New York City public school students.

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Final Show Choir Night | Kimberly Akimbo by Kimberly Akimbo

Jersey pride shines bright! High Tech High School's talented students wowed us at #KimberlyAkimbo's final Show Choir Night with their amazing rendition of 'Better'. And a huge thanks to Smar…

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Photos: See The Company of Water For Elephants Take Their 1st Bows on Broadway by Margaret Hall

The high-flying musical adaptation plays Broadway's Imperial Theatre.

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Photos: Chelsea Clinton Visits Off-Broadway's The White Chip by Logan Culwell-Block

Joe Tapper is back starring in Sean Daniels' autobiographical play.

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Jeff Whiting Launches Stage Door Foundation to Aid Developing Theatre Projects by Logan Culwell-Block

The new foundation will offer subsidized rehearsal space at Whiting's Open Jar Studios, and more.

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From Chicago, the Infectiousness of Joy by American Theatre Editors

This month, we look at joy as a candle in the darkness and hear from artists Yao Nana Dogbe and Michelle Renee Bester.

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Robe PAINTES & TX1 PosiProfiles for Aarhus Musikhuset by Michael Eddy

Aarhus Musikhuset has recently invested in Robe PAINTE moving lights and TX1 PosiProfiles for three of its halls. The lights were specified by the Musikhuset’s Head of Lighting Henrik Hamb…


SASC's trip to Broadway's “How to Dance in Ohio” showcased unprecedented autistic representation

The official playbill of the Broadway show “How to Dance in Ohio” in front of the stage in New York City. Stony Brook University's Student ...

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Today on Broadway: Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 - BroadwayRadio Goo Goo Dolls Sci-Fi Jukebox Musical to Get Industry Reading. https://www.playbill ...

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The 2003 New York Stage and Film summer season at Vassar College's Powerhouse Theatre will include new plays by Beth Henley, ...

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Cynthia Erivo, Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter, More Sing in New Recordings of Todrick Hall Musicals by Meg Masseron

The three albums will feature songs from new musicals Cinderella Rock, Oz the Musical, and U.G.L.Y.

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Actor Lanny Flaherty Dies at 81 by Margaret Hall

In addition to his work as an actor, Mr. Flaherty was an accomplished playwright.

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Complete casting announced for Broadway transfer of ‘Hell’s Kitchen’ by Michael Abourizk

The Alicia Keys-scored musical will open in April at the Shubert Theatre.

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Theatre Review: ‘Tempestuous Elements’ at Arena Stage by Anne Valentino

Anna Julia Cooper became principal of M Street High School in DC in 1902. Deemed by many the “mother of Black feminism,” Cooper was a staunch proponent of young students of color pursuin…

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Cast Set for Curve's Scenes From Rent—A Staged Performance by Andrew Gans

Scenes and songs from the Jonathan Larson musical will be presented in British Sign Language and English.

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HERE to Transition to Tri-Director Leadership Structure by Margaret Hall

Amanda Szeglowski will lead the Off-Broadway organization alongside two yet-to-be-announced co-directors.

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Photos & Video: Inside WATER FOR ELEPHANTS' First Preview Curtain Call

Check out photos and videos from the first preview of Water for Elephants on Broadway! Learn how to purchase tickets to the show.

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Lynda Gravátt, Stage Veteran Known for Intimate Apparel, Skeleton Crew and More, Has Died at 77 by Hayley Levitt

Actress, director and teacher Lynda Gravátt, best known for her extensive work off-Broadway, died on February 23. The cause of her death has not been publicized. She was 77. Born in Harlem…

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Encores! JELLY'S LAST JAM: "Michigan Water" | New York City Center by New York City Center

Watch Tiffany Mann as Miss Mamie and Okieriete Onaodowan as Buddy Bolden blow the roof off the building in “Michigan Water” from Jelly’s Last Jam. “Michigan Water” tastes like sher…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

The Life & Slimes of Marc Summers by Joseph Pisano

Christopher Rhoton's Double Dare-inspired set belies these weightier autobiographical details, offering enough of a time-warping simulacrum to help middle-aged members of the audience shed a…

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Joan Holden, 85, Playwright Who Skewered Rich and Powerful, Dies by Alex Williams

As the principal writer for the Obie-winning San Francisco Mime Troupe, she created iconoclastic left-wing satire that courted both chuckles and outrage.

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Milwaukee Review@Next Act Theatre: Heidi Armbruster's SCARECROW skilled writing & performance of one-woman play offers humor & drama by Dominique Paul Noth

Armbruster can flick out Wisconsin funny euphemisms and farmhand dialects with ease and a winning grin. With a look or a twist of her head, she can turn the minutiae of her father’s death …

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Shifters, Bush Theatre review – love will tear us apart again by Aleks.sierz

New play about love and memory is exquisitely written and beautifully acted For the past ten years, Black-British playwrights have been in the vanguard of innovation in the form and content …

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Go behind the scenes with BalletX choreographers Jennifer Archibald and Nicola Wills before the 2024 Spring Series by Eileen B. Fisher

Before this year's Spring Series debuts, Eileen Fisher goes behind the scenes with BalletX 2024 Choreographic Fellowship artists Jennifer Archibald and Nicola Wills to talk dance, mentorship…

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 02:30PM

Something Rotten! (Teaser) | Stratford Festival 2024 by Stratford Festival

"Welcome to the Renaissance with poets, painters and bon vivants..." SOMETHING ROTTEN! April 16 - October 27 | Festival Theatre Opening Night Performance: May 28 The Bottom brothers, two s…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Photo: The Clintons Visit Patrick Page's ALL THE DEVILS ARE HERE

See photos of Bill Clinton, Hillary Clinton, and Chelsea Clinton visiting Patrick Page's All the Devils Are Here Off-Broadway!

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John Patrick Shanley on ‘Doubt’ Revival and ‘Brooklyn Laundry’ by Darryn King

The playwright discusses the Broadway revival of “Doubt” and his latest, “Brooklyn Laundry.” “People are disagreeing violently with themselves,” he says.

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Cynthia Nixon On Playing Eight (Out of 10) Roles In ‘The Seven Year Disappear’ by Harry Haun

The "And Just Like That..." and "Gilded Age" star talks about playing a performance artist (and seven other roles) in the Off Broadway show "The Seven Year Disappear."

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DCPA Theatre Co. picks next 2 world premieres by Osc Staff Report

'The Suffragette's Murder' and 'The Reservoir' were picked from the 2023 Colorado New Play Summit The post DCPA Theatre Co. picks next 2 world premieres appeared first on OnStage Colorado.

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Jelly’s Last Jam (New York City Center Encores!) by Joel Benjamin

Does the New York City Center Encores! new production of "Jelly’s Last Jam" hold up against the original Broadway production (1992-1993) which starred Gregory Hines (Tony Award), Savion Gl…

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Into the Woods

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Tony Winner Adrienne Warren to Perform at 40th Anniversary DIFFA Gala by Margaret Hall

DIFFA raises awareness and grants funds to organizations that provide treatment, direct care services, preventive education programs, and advocacy for individuals affected by HIV/AIDS.

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Exclusive: Oh My Pod U Guys- Bonus Episode: FIGARO, An Original Musical

This very special Bonus episode highlights the co-writers and director of the stunning new musical, FIGARO. Songwriter Ashley Jana and co-writer and director Will Nunziata come together to …

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at noon (Broadway Time)

David Stewart Joins Ayrton as UK Designer Relationship Manager by Michael Eddy

Ayrton announces that David Stewart has joined the Ayrton team as UK Designer Relationship Manager. The appointment takes place with immediate effect. Stewart’s role will be to support ne…


Video: Watch Deborah Cox Perform 'Believe In Yourself' From THE WIZ on THE TALK

As The Wiz lands in Los Angeles prior to its Broadway run, Deborah Cox appeared on The Talk to perform 'Believe in Yourself' from the hit musical. Cox plays Glinda the Good Witch in the 13-c…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:55PM

Buffalo Sonnet: A Digital Comic Book Inspired by San Juan Hill I Behind-the-Scenes by Lincoln Center

Learn more about the making of _Buffalo Sonnet,_ a digital comic book inspired by San Juan Hill, in this Behind-the-Scenes video. Get a glimpse of the story, the artistic process, and the hi…

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ShentonSTAGE newsletter for FEBRUARY 26 by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post ShentonSTAGE newsletter for FEBRUARY 26 first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Delaware Theatre Company presents Ted Swindley’s Always… Patsy Cline by Gail Obenreder

Delaware Theatre Company’s new production of Always… Patsy Cline, with spot-on casting and design, feels like a night in the company of the real country-music legend. Gail Obenreder revi…

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Adrienne Warren & More to Perform at DIFFA 40th Anniversary Gala

DIFFA will present its 40th Anniversary Gala on Thursday, March 28, 2024 at the Lighthouse at Chelsea Piers in NYC. See who is performing at the gala and learn more!

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ALADDIN - Celebrating 10 years of Broadway magic! by Disney On Broadway

Discover a whole new world at Disney's ALADDIN on Broadway, celebrating 10 years of dazzling performances and show-stopping entertainment. Visit our website to book tickets: www.aladdinth…

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Cappies Review: ‘Into the Woods’ at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School  by News Desk (organization-Submitted Press Release)

St. Andrew’s Episcopal School’s production of Into the Woods brings the audience into the woods and out again, with no shortage of twists and turns. As Little Red Ridinghood remarked nai…

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Theatre News: Shakespeare Theatre Company to honor Judith Light with Lifetime Achievement Award at Annual Gala by News Desk (organization-Submitted Press Release)

February 26, 2024, Washington, D.C.: Shakespeare Theatre Company announced today the addition of Tony and Emmy Award-winning actor Judith Light to its star-studded line-up and honorees to …

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ChaShaMa by Barry Gordin

Opening Night “Nothing to Wear,” an interactive art installation by Bonnie Comely, at ChaShaMa, 340 East 64th Street. February 25, 2024: Bonnie Comley & ChaShaMa celebrated the Open…

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Video: Go Inside Rehearsals with the Cast of THE OUTSIDERS

In this video, watch as the cast and creative team of the new musical The Outsiders chats about what audiences can expect from the Broadway production.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Alicia Keys Musical Hell’s Kitchen Completes Casting for Broadway by Darryn King

The complete Broadway cast is set for Hell's Kitchen, the new musical scored by and loosely inspired by the young life of the songwriter Alicia Keys. The musical, which premiered at the Publ…

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Actor Lynda Gravátt Dies at 77 by Margaret Hall

Ms. Gravátt, who made her Broadway debut at the age of 4, later became a beloved fixture of the Off-Broadway theatre scene.

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Curating Openings in the Theatre of María Irene Fornés by Juliana Frey-Méndez, Anna D. Novak

By Juliana Frey-Méndez, Anna D. Novak. Dramaturg Anna D. Novak and director Juliana Frey-Méndez discuss their collaborative dramaturgical process for Fefu and Her Friends, written by Mar�…

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Parade's Alex Joseph Grayson to Make Solo NYC Concert Debut by Andrew Gans

Jarvis Antonio Green will direct the evening with musical direction by John Fischer.

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Watch: Barbra Streisand Accepts the Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award by Margaret Hall

Streisand was honored by her peers at the February 24 ceremony.

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Henrik Ibsen’s An Enemy of the People at the Duke of York’s Theatre: Thomas Ostermeier’s West End Debut Has Starry Cast And Punk Aesthetics by Aleks Sierz

It’s a sign of the times that German director Thomas Ostermeier’s West End debut is his production of An Enemy of the People, which has been rep at his Schaubühne theatre for over a dec…

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Westfield News/MassLive ArtsBeat 2/26/24 by Mark G. Auerbach

Twoworld premieres at Chester and The Big Broadcast returns to Mt. Holyoke

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MARY JANE on Broadway by Manhattan Theatre Club

Rachel McAdams makes her Broadway debut this spring! In this captivating, affecting and compassionate story, Mary Jane relies on unflagging optimism and humor, along with the wisdom of the w…

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Watch: Get a 1st Look at Cecily Strong, David Zayas, and More in Brooklyn Laundry Off-Broadway by Logan Culwell-Block

The new work from Doubt playwright John Patrick Shanley opens Off-Broadway February 28 via Manhattan Theatre Club.

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Reviews: What Do The Critics Think of The Hunt Starring Tobias Menzies Off-Broadway? by Margaret Hall

The Hunt is the second adaptation of a Thomas Vinterberg work presented by St. Ann’s Warehouse, following its 2012 U.S. premiere of Grzegorz Jarzyna’s Festen.

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New York Public Library for the Performing Arts Will Open Exhibition Featuring Theater Photography of Friedman-Abeles

The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center will soon celebrate the theater photography of the Friedman-Abeles Studio through a unique presentation of a selection o…

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Marisha Wallace: Guys & Dolls by bwaySHO

Congrats @marishawallace on a phenomenal run in Guys & Dolls! Here’s a look back at our chat this summer. Marisha took her final bow as Adelaide in the West End on the 24th. Filmed by …

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THOMAS FRANCIS SHUMAN (DECEMBER 18, 1941 – JANUARY 11, 2024) by Robert Shuman

          We are sad to share the news that our brother, Thomas F. Shuman, died unexpectedly on January 11, 2024, in Princeton, N.J.  Tom was born in Trenton, New Jersey, the oldest…

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Video: Watch Highlights of BROOKLYN LAUNDRY, with Cecily Strong and David Zayas 

In this video, watch highlights of John Patrick Shanley's new play, Brookyn Laundry, now running off-Broadway at New York City Center – Stage I.

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Photos: Get a 1st Look at Idina Menzel in World Premiere of Redwood Musical by Andrew Gans

Tina Landau directs the new work, which she conceived with Wicked Tony winner Menzel.

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Amber Gray, Grace McLean to Perform in Joe's Pub Presentation of Daniel Emond's Kill the Whale by Meg Masseron

The 2023 Larson Grant Recipient's rock/hip-hop/folk opera follows a rock band on a quest for vengeance.

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Alicia Keys Musical Hell's Kitchen Finds Full Broadway Cast by Logan Culwell-Block

See who's joining Shoshana Bean, Brandon Victor Dixon, Kecia Lewis, and more at the Shubert Theatre.

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Amber Gray, Grace McLean, and More Will Perform in Daniel Emond's KILL THE WHALE at Joe's Pub

KILL THE WHALE, a new rock, hiphop, and folk opera by 2023 Larson Grant Recipient Daniel Emond, will premiere at Joe’s Pub on Sunday, April 14 at 6:00 PM. Learn more about the performance …

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Upcoming Music and Theater by Sandi Durell

KILL THE WHALE, a new rock, hiphop, and folk opera by 2023 Larson Grant Recipient Daniel Emond, will premiere at Joe’s Pub (435 Lafayette St. NYC) on Sunday, April 14 at 6:00 PM.    …

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PRG Works with Alex Israel: Illuminating Art, Tech, and Memories from Art Basel by Michael Eddy

PRG sat down with renowned artist Alex Israel to discuss his December 2023 exhibit 'REMEMBR': a fusion of custom LED and crowd sourced content. Presented at Art Basel in collaboration with B…


Betty Buckley Will Return to Joe's Pub in May

Tony Award-winning, stage and screen icon Betty Buckley will return to Joe’s Pub in New York City for six live performances on May 16-18, 2024. Find out how to get tickets to catch Ms. Bu…

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HELL'S KITCHEN Announces Full Broadway Cast

The complete casting for the Broadway premiere of the new musical Hell’s Kitchen has now been announced.

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Complete Cast Set For HELL'S KITCHEN on Broadway

The complete cast has been revealed for the Broadway premiere of the new musical HELL’S KITCHEN, set to begin performances next month! Learn more about who is joining the company here!

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Complete Casting Revealed for Power of Sail at Menier Chocolate Factory by Meg Masseron

Dominic Dromgoole directs the new moral thriller from Paul Grellong, centering on a Harvard professor who invites a white nationalist to his yearly symposium at the college.

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Claudio Macor's The Tailor-Made Man Sets London Dates by Andrew Gans

The production will be the inaugural play at the new Stage Door Theatre in Drury Lane.

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Cush Jumbo-Penned Bear Snores On London World Premiere Finds Full Cast by Logan Culwell-Block

The stage adaptation of Karma Wilson and Jane Chapman's children's book will play Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.

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Not Her Turn (Yet): Audra McDonald Is Not Returning to Broadway in Gypsy by Logan Culwell-Block

Rumors have swirled about the six-time Tony winner taking on one of musical theatre's most legendary roles.

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Looking at the Lack of Theater Journalism and Saying Goodbye to Lynda Gravátt

We’ve all heard about the shuttering of media outlets and the departure of entertainment journalists from publications still in business. In the last couple of months, I’ve been thinking…

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18 Broadway Openings: How to Choose. Off Broadway Extensions. Stageworthy News of the Week by New York Theater

There will be 18 shows opening on Broadway in March and April, starting next week! Sure, that might feel overwhelming. But in his article on the “Crazily Crowded Broadway Spring Season”…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 10:01AM

ETC: ColorSource Spot VXT IP65 Rated Luminaire by Michael Eddy

ETC introduces its latest luminaire, the ColorSource Spot VXT with an IP65 rating for use in outdoor shows, events, anywhere you need to stand up to the elements.


Judith Light to Receive Shakespeare Theatre Company’s Lifetime Achievement Award (EXCLUSIVE) by Angelique Jackson

Tony and Emmy winner Judith Light will be honored with the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s lifetime achievement award in honor of her storied stage and screen career. Light made her Broadway…

SOURCE: Variety at 10:00AM

FLASHBACK: Fresh-Faced Andrew Rannells Talks ‘Book of Mormon’ in Backstage Interview by Sandi Durell

by Sandi Durell . . . Theater Pizzazz will run a series of celebrity video interviews that captured the eye and hearts of many fans through the years. Andrew Rannells originated the role of …

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Broadway Buying Guide: February 26, 2024- See the New SWEENEY TODD Cast and More

Looking for the best deals on Broadway shows? Welcome to our new weekly guide to the most popular shows listed on BroadwayWorld. Check out which shows are selling this week, February 26, 202…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:54AM

Of Fact, Fiction, and Flammarions by Trav S.D.

This post will lap around the edges of carnival, though nothing really connects its constituent parts beyond a name. February 26 was the birthday of the intriguing French figure Camille Flam…

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Review Roundup: Critics Sound Off On Tina Landau-Directed REDWOOD Starring Idina Menzel at La Jolla Playhouse

What did critics think of Redwood, the new musical now on stage in its World Premiere production at La Jolla Playhouse through March 31st, 2024 starring Idina Menzel? 

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:48AM

Photos: First Look at Josh Radnor and More in THE ALLY at the Public Theater

The Ally began previews on Thursday, February 15 and is running through Sunday, March 17 at the Public Theater. The official opening is Tuesday, February 27.  Check out all new photos of Jo…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:37AM

Video: Watch Barbra Streisand's Life Achievement Award Acceptance Speech at the 30th Annual SAG Awards

Barbra Streisand accepted her Life Achievement Award at the 30th Annual SAG Awards on Saturday. The musical legend accepted the honor on the same stage she had her very first solo concert o…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:37AM

Photos: Get A First Look at Idina Menzel & More in REDWOOD at La Jolla Playhouse

Get a first look at Idina Menzel and company in Redwood, the new musical now on stage in its World Premiere production at La Jolla Playhouse through March 31st, 2024. 

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:36AM

PLAYBILLder Spotlight: This New York Elementary School Performed a Bilingual Aladdin by Dylan Parent

At Mount Kisco Elementary School's first ever theatrical production, students discovered their own superpowers.

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Forza, Fortuna, and Frosch: What’s Happening in Classic Arts This Week by Natan Zamansky

Stay up to date with the best of dance, opera, concert music, and more in NYC.

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What Broadway can learn from the viral status of Off-Broadway’s ‘Dracula, A Comedy of Terrors’ by Clayton Howe

The production’s director of marketing explains how the niche show gained nearly a quarter of a million followers.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Of Billy Reed and His Little Club by Trav S.D.

A few words on Billy “Zoot” Reed (1913-1974) and Billy Reed’s Little Club (1947-1965). I first learned about this long gone Manhattan institution in writing about the magician Harry Lo…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 08:42AM

Eddie Izzard's Hamlet Will Move to the Orpheum Theatre to Extend Off-Broadway Run by Hayley Levitt

Eddie Izzard's Hamlet, a solo performance of Shakespeare's tragedy, will move to New York's Orpheum Theatre following the production's extended run at the Greenwich House Theater. Izzard p…

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Eddie Izzard's Solo Hamlet Announces 2nd Extension, Transfer to Orpheum Theatre by Molly Higgins, Andrew Gans

Selena Cadell directs Mark Izzard's adaptation of the Shakespeare classic.

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Miles Jupp: On I Bang review – elegantly funny, terribly English account of a tumour by Brian Logan

Brighton DomeThe comedian guides us through this life-and-death tale of seizure, diagnosis and treatment with his usual brand of self-deprecation We have all seen comedians die on stage. Is …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 08:18AM

Eddie Izzard's Solo HAMLET to Move to Orpheum Theater for Four Week Extension

Following its run at the Greenwich House Theater, Eddie Izzard's performance of Shakespeare's Hamlet will move to New York's Orpheum Theatre beginning on Tuesday, March 19 for a four-week ex…

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The Fix Is In: A Review of “The Smuggler” at Jackalope Theatre by Hugh Iglarsh

It’s solid, gripping writing, delivered with crystalline sincerity, and it hits like a sledge hammer.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, Feb. 26, 2024 by Matt Tamanini

Second Stage to Leave Off-Broadway Theater, Goo Goo Dolls Jukebox Musical, Fisher and DiFranco Sing ‘Hadestown’ “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting…

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Rialto Chatter: Will the 2018 Film A STAR IS BORN Be Adapted For the Stage?

A Star Is Born is a story that has been adapted on film several times, beginning in 1937, with subsequent films in 1954, 1976, and finally, most recently, in 2018, starring Lady Gaga and Bra…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 07:42AM

Broadway Games: 3 Truths 1 Lie by JK

How well do you know Hamilton, Kimberly Akimbo or Hadestown? How about Ryan Vasquez or Melanie LaBarrie? Broadway Games: 3 Truths 1 Lie Below are 4 statements about each topic. Three of th…

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Review Roundup: THE HUNT Opens at St. Ann's Warehouse

St. Ann’s Warehouse is presenting the U.S. premiere of the Almeida Theatre production of The Hunt. Read the reviews for The Hunt here!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 07:29AM

Exclusive: “A Star is Born” Musical Coming to Broadway with the Lady Gaga Hits by Roger Friedman

For a while there, Broadway was getting a musical called “A Star is Born.” A script was being worked on, and Bill Condon was going to direct. This was announced in 2017. Then in 2018 Bra…

SOURCE: ShowBiz 411 at 07:18AM

Jab review – Kacey Ainsworth and Liam Tobin lock horns in lockdown by Chris Wiegand

Finborough theatre, LondonAn NHS worker’s marriage to her anti-vaxxer husband comes under pressure in James McDermott’s two-hander James McDermott’s new play takes us back to the Covid…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 07:12AM
Monday, February 26, 2024 at 6am (Broadway Time)

‘A Beautiful Noise’ to Bid Farewell to Broadway in a Grand Finale by Belaid S

Broadway is set to bid farewell to one of its gems, ‘A Beautiful Noise, The Neil Diamond Musical,’ with its

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‘MJ The Musical’ Set to Electrify London’s West End with Star-Studded Cast by Belaid S

In a highly anticipated announcement, the creative forces behind Broadway’s sensation ‘MJ The Musical’ have revealed the full cast lineup

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The Impact of the Tourist Tax on London’s Visitor Economy by Belaid S

In a detailed analysis of recent tourism and spending trends in London, the New West End Company has unveiled data

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’29 Paintings,’ one-minute plays based on famous artworks, on display at Warehouse 635 by Christopher Arnott

Local playwright Roxanne Drolet is staging “29 Paintings,” one-minute plays accompanied by the artwork that inspired them, at Warehouse 635 in West Hartford.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM

A CT city neighborhood’s redevelopment has growing pains. See six projects that could change that. by Kenneth R. Gosselin

Once a hub of manufacturing, the long-impoverished Connecticut neighborhood is styling itself as a center that combines a thriving arts community with innovation, restaurants and housing, al…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Monday, February 26, 2024 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Pittsburghers make their musical marks off-Broadway with 'White Rose' and 'Local Singles' by Joshua Axelrod / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburghers Mike Cefalo and Nick Navari are basking in the glow of their off-Broadway success.

SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at 05:30AM
Monday, February 26, 2024 at 4am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Hadestown, Lyric Theatre London ✭✭✭✭ by Tim Hochstrasser

By Tim Hochstrasser Tim Hochstrasser reviews Hadestown, the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical which is now playing at the Lyric Theatre, West End. This post REVIEW: Hadestown, Lyric Theatr…

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MILF and The Mistress

The post MILF and The Mistress appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 3am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Guy Simon

The post On the Couch with Guy Simon appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Briefs: Dirty Laundry

The post Briefs: Dirty Laundry appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Monday, February 26, 2024 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Bill Hicks: the scorching standup who thought comedy could change the world by Brian Logan

Thirty years after his death, the Texan who set out to ‘topple idols’ remains an outlaw truth-teller for many but his raging material can land with a clunk I could mark out my comedy cri…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 01:48AM
Monday, February 26, 2024 at midnight (Broadway Time)

2024 Vineyard Theatre Gala, Honoring Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Held February 26 by Margaret Hall

A host of Broadway favorites will be on hand to celebrate the Off-Broadway company

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Original Broadway Cast of Grand Hotel Reunites in Celebration of Tommy Tune's 85th Birthday February 26 by Margaret Hall

Originally opening November 12, 1989, at the Martin Beck Theatre, the musical played more than 1,000 performances on Broadway.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:06AM

Alan Menken Receives 2024 Howard Ashman Award February 26 by Logan Culwell-Block

The honor is given by Gay Men’s Health Crisis, with Menken accepting it a cabaret event at Joe's Pub.

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Fiasco Theater's Pericles Opens Off-Broadway February 26 by Andrew Gans

Ben Steinfeld directs the Shakespeare classic.

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All that Chat

May 30, 2023: Grey House - Lyceum Theatre
Jun 26, 2023: Just For Us - Hudson Theatre
Jul 24, 2023: The Cottage - Hayes Theater
Nov 16, 2023: Spamalot - St. James Theatre
Dec 18, 2023: Appropriate - Hayes Theater
Mar 07, 2024: Doubt - Todd Haimes Theatre
Apr 14, 2024: Lempicka - Longacre Theatre
Apr 17, 2024: The Wiz - Marquis Theatre
Apr 18, 2024: Suffs - Music Box Theatre
Apr 25, 2024: Mother Play - Hayes Theater
Jun 10, 2024: The Drama Desk Awards