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Before the pandemic, Catherine Russell had missed only four performances of an Off Broadway perennial since 1987. She was onstage for its reopening.
“Eschaton” was meant to be an in-person immersive experience. But its creators have pivoted to invite audiences to visit the “nightclub” virtually instead.
Bare feet, bare stage, roving musicians — and yes, those suits. Here’s what goes into every performance of the stylish Broadway concert “American Utopia.”
“A Strange Loop,” “Stonewall” and, of course, “The Cher Show” are among the offerings onstage now.
Since 2003, Christine M. Daly had been the stage manager of the rowdy musical, which held its final performance at New World Stages on Sunday.
Things are tense and tingly enough before the curtain rises at any time of the year. What’s it like during prize season?
By bulldozing the fourth wall between performer and audience, these shows offer unique experiences for those seeking adventure.
Why brave the cold and go to the theatre, comedy cellar or concert hall? These days, for a growing army of arts lovers, the performers come to you Continue reading...