Friday, June 11, 2021

Katori Hall Wins Drama Pulitzer for ‘The Hot Wing King’ by Julia Jacobs

The play, which had its run cut short because of the pandemic, centers on a kitchen in Memphis, where a man is trying to concoct award-winning chicken wings.

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Katori Hall Wins Pulitzer Prize for Drama, George Floyd Videographer Darnella Frazier Receives Special Citation by Cynthia Littleton

Playwright Katori Hall has won the Pulitzer Prize for drama for her comedy “The Hot Wing King.” The organization behind journalism’s most prestigious honor also bestowed a special cita…

SOURCE: Variety
Thursday, June 10, 2021

Bruce Springsteen Talks ‘Broadway’ Return, New Music With Killers and John Mellencamp, and 2022 Tour? by Jem Aswad

Bruce Springsteen is getting back to work this summer, playing a big role in Broadway’s return by bringing back his $108-million-grossing “Springsteen on Broadway” for the entire summe…

SOURCE: Variety

‘In the Heights’ Premiere Celebrates the Neighborhood That Started It All by Sandra E. Garcia

As throngs of residents watched, the stars of the movie, set in Washington Heights, walked a sunny yellow carpet outside the United Palace.

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‘Tick, Tick…Boom!’ Trailer: Andrew Garfield Shows Off Singing Chops in Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Film by Ethan Shanfeld

Netflix has released the first trailer for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s feature film directorial debut, “Tick, Tick…Boom!,” starring Andrew Garfield. Staying true to the film’s title, its …

SOURCE: Variety

The Shubert Foundation Grants $32.1 Million to 575 Theatres and Performing Arts Organizations by Dan Meyer

Among the 2021 grant recipients are BAM, Lincoln Center Theater, and New York Theatre Workshop.

SOURCE: Playbill

Jeff Daniels Returning to Broadway in ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Brent Lang

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of “To Kill a Mockingbird” will resume performances on Broadway on Tuesday, October 5, 2021, at the Shubert Theatre with Jeff Daniels reprising his role as At…

SOURCE: Variety
Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Jackie Hoffman Will Star in Fruma-Sarah (Waiting in the Wings) Off-Broadway by Andrew Gans

Set during a community theatre production of Fiddler on the Roof, the limited engagement will play the cell.

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Matilda Movie Musical, Starring Emma Thompson, Sets 2022 Release by Andrew Gans

Matthew Warchus, who directed the musical in London and on Broadway, also helms the film.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Defies Possible Delay in Fully Reopening U.K. Theaters: ‘Come to the Theater and Arrest Us’ by Naman Ramachandran

Super-producer and composer Andrew Lloyd Webber is prepared to defy the U.K. government if there is any delay in theaters expanding to 100% seating capacity on June 21. While the date is the…

SOURCE: Variety
Tuesday, June 8, 2021

‘In the Heights’: The Cuts, the Updates, the Ropa Vieja by Gordon Cox

For the creators of the Tony-winning Broadway musical “In the Heights,” the new, big-budget movie version wasn’t just a chance to go big with splashy song-and-dance numbers. It was als…

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Sunday, June 6, 2021

How Lin-Manuel Miranda and Friends Made an Old Bookstore New by Michael Paulson

The century-old Drama Book Shop in Manhattan struggled for years. Then “Hamilton” happened.

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In Praise of Patrick Wilson, Scream King by Calum Marsh

The classically trained actor has been acclaimed for his work onstage. But in ghost stories like “Insidious” and “The Conjuring,” he’s proven to be a master of horror.

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Friday, June 4, 2021

National Black Theater Plans Next Act in a New Harlem High-Rise by Julia Jacobs

The pathbreaking company plans to replace its Harlem home with a 21-story building with apartments, retail and a new theater.

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Friday, May 28, 2021

The sexual misconduct allegations rocking L.A.'s largest LGBTQ theater company by Jessica Gelt

Michael A. Shepperd, artistic director of Celebration Theatre, was fired after allegations of sexual misconduct. What he and his accusers tell The Times.

SOURCE: Los Angeles Times

Broadway’s Hottest Marketing Tool: Streaming Shows by Gordon Cox

Should we go to a Broadway show tonight, or should we stream it? That’s a question that people could be asking about more than just “Hamilton” when Broadway gets back up and running. I…

SOURCE: Variety
Thursday, May 27, 2021

Mike Faist Isn’t Sure About This Whole Acting Thing by Elisabeth Vincentelli

“I can’t tell if I hate acting or if I love it too much,” he said ahead of the debut of the Amazon series “Panic.” Coming soon, a major role in Steven Spielberg’s “West Side St…

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Britney Spears and . . . Shakespeare Theatre? Built on an unlikely coupling, a musical with her songs might be bound for Broadway. by Peter Marks

The premiere of “Once Upon a One More Time” in November will break the mold for D.C.’s Tony-winning classical theater.

SOURCE: Washington Post

Broadway’s Tony Awards Are Finally Happening - Behind A Paywall by Lee Seymour

Broadway's biggest night will return in a new, multi-platform structure on September 26.

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Colman Domingo’s Crooked Summer by Cara Buckley

He’s proud to have appeared in, and championed, films that show off Black men at their soulful best. His roles in “Candyman” and “Zola” are different.

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London Theater's Reopening: 'Flight,' 'Herding Cats' and 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' by Matt Wolf

One “play” uses only voice-overs. Another features a main actor only on video. And under Covid rules, an 11-person Shakespeare cast counts as an army.

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021

Tonys rip up the awards-show playbook with a streaming-only ceremony on Paramount+ by Aida Ylanan

A date finally has been announced for the much-delayed 2020 Tony Awards. But watching it will require a Paramount+ account.

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Tony Awards Sets Date To Stream On Paramount+ Followed By Two-Hour Concert Event On CBS by Greg Evans

The long-awaited, pandemic-postponed 74th Annual Tony Awards will be a two-hour, streaming-only ceremony on Sunday, Sept. 26, available on CBS’ Paramount+ platform and followed immediately…

SOURCE: Deadline
Monday, May 24, 2021

Actors' Equity Association Urges All States To Continue Federal Pandemic Unemployment Insurance

Actors' Equity Association, the national labor union representing more than 51,000 professional actors and stage managers in live theatre, has released a statement in response to reports tha…

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Five Months After ‘Save Our Stages’ Became Law, Indie Venues Have Received $0 in Federal Relief by Jem Aswad

$0: That’s how much money the Small Business Administration has paid independent venues since Save Our Stages Act — which guarantees independent venues and theaters $16 billion in federa…

SOURCE: Variety

Broadway Restart Accelerates as ‘Hadestown’ Plans Its Return by Michael Paulson

This Tony Award-winning musical has chosen the earliest reopening date of any thus far: The curtain is to go up on Sept. 2.

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Sunday, May 23, 2021

'Shuffle Along' Changed Musical Theater 100 Years Ago by Jeff Lunden

Though much of it is unwatchable today — it contains blackface and other minstrelsy — Shuffle Along brought jazz to Broadway and was the first African American show to be a smash hit.

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Friday, May 21, 2021

Cultural Institutions Still Waiting for $16 Billion in Federal Aid by Julia Jacobs and Stacy Cowley

The Shuttered Venue Operators Grant program has been marred by delays, but officials say some applicants could learn next week if they have been approved for aid.

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Broadway Exclusive: Pop Star Deborah Cox Eyed as Replacement for Karen Olivo When “Moulin Rouge” Returns by Roger Friedman

It’s not definite– I’ll tell you when it is– but it looks like the great pop R&B singer Deborah Cox will join

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Derek DelGaudio’s Hulu Special ‘In & Of Itself’ to Get a Week-Long Theatrical Run in New York (EXCLUSIVE) by Michael Schneider

“Derek DelGaudio’s ‘In & Of Itself'” is finally hitting the big screen. The Hulu special will run at the IFC Center in New York from May 28 to June 3, marking the first time audi…

SOURCE: Variety

Anthony Ramos on Why the Talk Therapy Depicted in ‘In Treatment’ Is ‘Worth the Work’ by Danielle Turchiano

Come June, Anthony Ramos will be singing and dancing his way through New York City’s Washington Heights neighborhood in the delayed bigscreen adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Tony Awar…

SOURCE: Variety

Scott Rudin Accuser Believes He Was Targeted After Coming Forward: ‘There Is a Cost to Speaking the Truth’ by Elizabeth Wagmeister

Last month, producer Andrew Coles spoke out against Scott Rudin, bringing to light disturbing allegations of workplace abuse. Once a development executive for Scott Rudin Productions, Coles,…

SOURCE: Variety

Don’t Tell Mama, But Eddie Redmayne and Jessie Buckley Will Star in ‘Cabaret’ at London’s Historic Kit Kat Club This Fall by Jamie Lang

Historic West End jazz club and theater the Kit Kat Club is preparing to reopen its doors in November with the musical “Cabaret” starring Oscar, BAFTA, Tony and Olivier-winning actor Edd…

SOURCE: Variety


EXCLUSIVE: The company producing The Lehman Trilogy  on Broadway has been removed from a lawsuit by the advertising agency SpotCo, simplifying the show’s return to New York after the Cov…

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Thursday, May 20, 2021

‘Everybody’s Talking About Jamie’ Movie to Debut on Amazon Prime Video by Brent Lang

“Everybody’s Talking About Jamie,” the film adaptation of the popular West End musical, will debut on Amazon’s Prime Video. The film was originally set to be distributed on October 2…

SOURCE: Variety

Review: Bill T. Jones’s Fragments for a Fragmented Time by Gia Kourlas

In a new production for the vast Drill Hall at the Armory, the idea is to let the trauma of a strange and unsettling year sink in: for better or worse.

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Wednesday, May 19, 2021

On London’s Reopened Ballet Stages, a Focus on the Contemporary by Roslyn Sulcas

The Royal Ballet’s program, “21st Century Choreographers,” featured a new work by Kyle Abraham.

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Ben Platt Calls Out ‘Randos Being Jerks’ About His Age in ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Trailer by Rebecca Rubin

Ben Platt is many things: a Tony-winning actor who perfected the art of snot-crying onstage and a songwriter whose talents extend to catchy Yom Kippur jingles. What Platt is not, as many on …

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Watch Audra McDonald at the Piano With a Young Aretha Franklin in New Trailer for Respect by Logan Culwell-Block

The biopic features the six-time Tony winner as mother to the Queen of Soul (played by Jennifer Hudson).

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Drama Book Shop, Backed by Lin-Manuel Miranda, to Open in June by Michael Paulson

The quirky bookstore, which sells scripts and other theater-related work, was acquired by a team of “Hamilton” alumni after years of struggle.

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How a Review Changed Both Sarah Silverman and Our Critic

A.O. Scott critiqued her approach to comedy in a 2005 movie. Now they sit down to talk about what he got right and wrong, and why owning up to mistakes is freeing.

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Tuesday, May 18, 2021

‘Dear Evan Hansen’: Watch the First Trailer for the Ben Platt Musical Movie by Ethan Shanfeld

Universal has released the first trailer for the “Dear Evan Hansen” movie, premiering in theaters on Sept. 24. Ben Platt returns in his Tony-winning titular role in the big-screen adapta…

SOURCE: Variety

Broadway-Aimed Paradise Square Will Play Chicago by Dan Meyer

The musical will play the James M. Nederlander Theatre later this year.

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Broadway League is 'Evaluating the Revised Guidelines' for Impact on Fall Re-Opening

Following the CDC's announcement last week, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo revealed in a press conference that the state will officially adopt their guidance starting Wednesday, May 19. The …

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Monday, May 17, 2021

Feinstein's/54 Below Reopens Its Doors in June; Lineup Includes André De Shields, Shakina Nayfack, Beth Malone, More by Talaura Harms

Joe Iconis and George Salazar will launch the reopening June 17 with Two Player Game.

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Ted Chapin Will Depart as Head of the Rodgers and Hammerstein Organization

Chapin has been involved with the company for 40 years.

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Sunday, May 16, 2021

New Bill Seeks To Shake Up Broadway Ticketing Business by Marc Hershberg

After launching an investigation into the leading ticket sellers, New York State Senator James Skoufis introduced a bill last week to transform the Broadway ticketing business.

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As Scott Rudin steps back from the entertainment industry following reports that he abused his staff, all indications are that his once-formidable influence on Broadway is being dispersed. A…

SOURCE: Broadway Journal
Friday, May 14, 2021

CBS, Leslie Moonves Resolve Dispute Over $120 Million in Severance by Brian Steinberg

A whopping amount of money that has been held in trust for potential payout to former CBS chief Leslie Moonves is going back to the company. In a filing with the U.S. Securities and Exchange…

SOURCE: Variety

‘High School Musical’ Series Choreographer Breaks Down Second Season Opening Number by Jazz Tangcay

The East High Wildcats from “High School Musical: The Musical — The Series” return to Disney Plus for a second season May 14, which opens, appropriately enough, with a big song-and-dan…

SOURCE: Variety

Jeremy Jordan Will Star in Return of Off-Broadway Revival of Little Shop of Horrors by Talaura Harms

The production will also resume its run with original cast members Tammy Blanchard and Christian Borle.

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Diana Will Return to Broadway Sooner Than Planned by Dan Meyer

The bio-musical was most recently slated to begin previews December 1.

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Sutton Foster Replaces Megan Mullally in London Revival of Anything Goes by Andrew Gans

Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the production, which begins in July at the Barbican.

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London Production of Be More Chill Reboots for Summer West End Run by Talaura Harms

The musical, which opened in the U.K. in February 2020, will return with its full original London cast and creative team.

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Hamilton Producer Jeffrey Seller Confirms COVID-19 Vaccine Requirement for All Cast and Crew by Dan Meyer

The Lin-Manuel Miranda musical returns to Broadway September 14.

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Review: A Choreographer Looks Back on His Pandemic Year by Gia Kourlas

Stephen Petronio’s virtual program, presented by the Joyce Theater, explores isolation, longing and legacy, but doesn’t take those issues to a deeper place.

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Thursday, May 13, 2021

As Broadway Plans Its Return, ‘Hamilton’ Will Require Vaccines Backstage by Michael Paulson

With 23 shows setting Broadway reopening dates, audiences can expect full crowds, masks and flexible ticketing policies. But not lower prices.

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London’s West End Set to Return in Stages After COVID-Devastated Year by Naman Ramachandran

The U.K. theater scene was vibrant, with a box office breaking £1 billion ($1.4 billion) annually, until coronavirus struck in 2020. Of this, London’s famed West End theater district cont…

SOURCE: Variety
Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Phylicia Rashad Named Dean of Newly Reestablished College of Fine Arts at Howard University by Logan Culwell-Block

The position will be a homecoming for the Raisin in the Sun Tony winner, who is an alum of the historically Black university.

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For West End’s Return, Cleansing Spirits and an Aching for Change by Alex Marshall

On May 17, after two failed tries, London’s theaters hope to reopen for good. Meet a director, a producer, an actor and a costumer, nervously raring to go.

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When Covid Dropped the Curtain on Broadway Actors, TV Kept the Lights On by Alexis Soloski

New and returning TV series like “The Gilded Age” and “The Good Fight” have been a lifeline for celebrated theater actors during the pandemic. Will TV, or theater, ever look the same?

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Tuesday, May 11, 2021

As Broadway Prepares for Reopening, Artists Talk Returning 'Stronger and Better Than We Were Before' by Ryan McPhee

Steps toward greater equity and inclusivity are paramount to theatre's resurgence; here's what some performers are doing to ensure they're taken.

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Broadway Returns: A Complete Roster Of Opening Dates, Venues And How To Buy Tickets by Greg Evans

With Broadway prepping for a September return to full capacity audiences, keeping up with the fast-coming show announcements can be tricky. Deadline has compiled this list of upcoming Broadw…

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Come to the Cabaret, Old Chum. Or at Least Stream It. by Jesse Green

New concerts from Sutton Foster, Jeremy Jordan and Marilyn Maye offer examples of what the most intimate art form can and can’t do.

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The Biggest Dance Show in Town? At a Basketball Game. by Gia Kourlas

Since March, the Brooklynettes have performed live at Barclays Center to crowds that are smaller than usual — but huge for dance.

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‘Hamilton,’ ‘Wicked,’ ‘Lion King’ Announce Broadway Return by Brent Lang

Broadway is busting out some major firepower as it looks to reopen after more than a year of COVID-related closures. Three of the most successful shows in theater history — “Hamilton,”…

SOURCE: Variety
Sunday, May 9, 2021

Cirque du Soleil’s Return Could Be Its Most Challenging Feat Yet by Dan Bilefsky

After shuttering dozens of shows and shedding most of its work force, the vaunted Canadian circus faces an uphill struggle to bounce back.

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Saturday, May 8, 2021

Former Scott Rudin assistants allege abusive behavior and call out stars who have stayed silent by KCRW

Producer Scott Rudin’s bullying has been an open secret in Hollywood for decades, and now it’s going public.  Former Scott Rudin staffers Evan Davis, Max Hoffman and Eileen Klomhaus rem…

Friday, May 7, 2021

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA and More Returning Broadway Shows to Begin With Less Than 8 Shows Per Week

BroadwayWorld has confirmed that multiple shows are indeed beginning performances at under 8 shows a week. A rep for The Phantom of The Opera has confirmed that the show will be initially st…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Thursday, May 6, 2021

Broadway’s Back, Part 2: 2020 Tony Awards Should Be Coming This Fall to Launch Comeback by Roger Friedman

The longest ever Tony Awards season may be coming to an end. With the opening of Broadway theaters on September 14 we

SOURCE: ShowBiz 411

Review: Sofia Coppola Brings New York City Ballet Back to Life by Gia Kourlas

Her film for City Ballet’s virtual spring gala, featuring a new solo by Justin Peck, explores the nooks and crannies of the company’s theater.

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Actors Fund Study Details Devastating Impact of COVID-19 on Entertainment Industry by Marc Malkin

A new survey conducted The Actors Fund sheds more light on COVID-19’s impact on the entertainment industry. The organization surveyed 7,163 people who sought its assistance during the pand…

SOURCE: Variety

Online or In-Person? Soon, British Theatergoers Can Decide by Matt Wolf

Live theater is set to return in England starting May 17, but many online offerings will remain.

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Wednesday, May 5, 2021

A Rare Peek Inside a Semi-Secret ‘Secret Garden’ by Sarah Bahr

The 2018 workshop for a possible revival of the lush musical was never meant to be seen by the public, but will now stream as a benefit this weekend.

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Broadway Is Reopening. But Not Until September. by Michael Paulson

Even as New York City begins to reopen this summer, Broadway will not resume performances until Sept. 14. Here’s why.

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May 5: What happens when social distancing is entirely scrapped? by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post May 5: What happens when social distancing is entirely scrapped? first appeared on Shenton Stage.

Monday, May 3, 2021

Broadway Shows Can Reopen In May, But That Doesn't Mean They Will by Jeff Lunden

New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says Broadway can open on May 19. But opening a show takes time.

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The Helen Bonfils Theatre Complex is getting a $36 million refresh. Here’s a peek inside. by John Wenzel, The Know

Renovations for the trio of Denver Center for Performing Arts venues are almost complete.

SOURCE: Denver Post

Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Showbiz Chicago Podcast With Teatro Zinzanni’s CUNIO by Michael J. Roberts

Cunio discusses returning to Chicago to join the company of Teatro ZinZanni which reopens on [...]

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First Folio Presents World Premiere Comedy WHY DOGS DON’T TALK Streaming Through Aug 8 by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

First Folio Theatre is proud to present an online streaming production of WHY DOGS DON’T [...]

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Mighty Sparrow LIVE from #RestartStages at Lincoln Center by Lincoln Center

Mighty Sparrow, the twentieth century's most famous performer of Calypso music, comes to #RestartStages! Light a candle and hold it up as the Trinidadian Calypso King and inimitable vocalist…

SOURCE: YouTube at 07:58PM

Thank Goodness! Celebrate the Return of Wicked's National Tour by Caitlin Moynihan

Oh, what a celebration we'll have today! As previously announced, Wicked became the first national tour to resume performances when it bowed at the Music Hall at Fair Park in Dallas, Texas …

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Anything Goes, Barbican Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Douglas Mayo has been left Delirious with joy by tonight's opening of Cole Porter's Anything Goes starring Sutton Foster at the Barbican Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: An…

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Natalie Mendoza to Play Satine in ‘Moulin Rouge!’ by Matthew Wexler

Mendoza, who played China Doll in the original film, takes over the role originated by Tony winner Karen Olivo. The post Natalie Mendoza to Play Satine in ‘Moulin Rouge!’ appeared first…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 06:32PM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Digital theater Is here to stay, and other key conclusions from Sundance Institute’s report from 76 arts workers on the future needs of live perform by New York Theater

The pandemic has given theater artists an opportunity to innovate like never before, their innovations (like digital theater) are here to stay — and these are good things, because the enti…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 05:22PM

Get a First Look at the World Premiere of An Officer and a Gentleman; Cast Set for National Tour by Caitlin Moynihan

Attention! The new musical An Officer and a Gentleman, based on the Oscar-winning film and original screenplay by Douglas Day Stewart, will have its world premiere in Las Vegas at The Smith …

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Anything Goes, Starring Sutton Foster, Extends Run in London by Lindsey Sullivan

This news is de-lovely! As previously reported, Sutton Foster is reprising her Tony-winning performance as Reno Sweeney in the London revival of Anything Goes. The show, directed and choreog…

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Odds & Ends: Mel Brooks to Release Memoir All About Me! & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Mel Brooks to Release Memoir All About Me! in November If you've got it, flaunt it! Tony-winning The Producers mastermind …

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The Making of Semblance by New York Theatre Workshop

From Artistic Instigator, NYTW Usual Suspect & former 2050 Fellow Whitney White, SEMBLANCE is a filmed theatrical experience that asks us to examine how Black women are perceived and how we …

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Only on NYPhil+: David Lang’s “prisoner of the state” by New York Philharmonic

Only available on NYPhil+ until August 8: David Lang’s “prisoner of the state,” an operatic tale of a woman who braves death by disguising herself as a man to free her husband, an impr…

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:03PM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Lincoln Center Appoints Shanta Thake as Chief Artistic Officer by Veronica Maldonado

The new position replaces the old artistic director role, and focuses on expanding Lincoln Center’s cultural reach in the city.

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MTC Announces Its 2021 Sloan Playwriting Commissions by Veronica Maldonado

The commission encourages playwrights to write works focusing on scientific and technological themes.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 04:33PM

True Colors Announces Next Narrative Monologue Competition by American Theatre Editors

The competition for high school students will feature the work of contemporary Black playwrights.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 04:23PM

#BurberryInspire | BENEATH THE SURFACE by American Ballet Theatre

An original dance film by American Ballet Theatre, Northern Ballet, and Burberry Inspire. Creative Direction and Choreography by Ethan Stiefel. ✨ 🎥: Dancers of Northern Ballet 🎶: Mu…

SOURCE: YouTube at 04:23PM

First Listen: Norbert Leo Butz and Lilli Cooper Join Ethan Slater and Nick Blaemire in Edge of the World by Bethany Rickwald

The new concept album follows a boy who uses his imagination to cope with new surroundings.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:17PM

NEWS: ★★★★★ The Doll Who Came to Tea transfers to Camden after Brighton Fringe by Featured Content

After acclaim at Brighton Fringe, Unfiltered Productions’ work-in-progress The Doll Who Came to Tea, examining the voices that remain in your head after childhood trauma, transfers to Camd…

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Scenes From Muny's The Sound of Music, Starring Kate Rockwell, Michael Hayden, Bryonha Marie Parham by Andrew Gans

Performances continue at the St. Louis venue through August 9.

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Artistic Director Chris Coleman's Talks 2022 Theatre Company Season by Denver Center For The Performing Arts

Are you ready for the 2022 Theatre Company Season? Artistic Director Chris Coleman is here to shed some light on each of the upcoming season shows, from world premieres like "Rattlesnake Kat…

SOURCE: YouTube at 03:50PM

The technology in sound installation ‘Blindness’ is so ‘amazing’ even its star Juliet Stevenson got carried away by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic,carly Maga - Theatre Critic

‘Although there wasn’t a live actor in the room,’ theatregoers ‘were absolutely convinced that there was,’ says British actor Stevenson, who even pulled her own feet out of the way…

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 03:27PM

Disgraced comic Louis C.K. comes out of hiding, announces tour dates by Ben Cost

He will embark on a 24-city nationwide comedy tour, starting with gigs in New York City next week.

SOURCE: The New York Post at 03:23PM

Theatre Review: ‘Rumors’ presented by Little Theatre of Alexandria by Mary Ann Johnson

“Rumors,” Neil Simon’s first farce, premiered in 1988. Like many farces it depends on confusion, lots of exits and entrances, and fast ripostes. Some of this the play delivers very wel…

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A Special Invitation from Alea! by Two River Theater

Incredible Colombian singer-songwriter Alea wants to see YOU at the remaining Plaza Player shows for ALEA AND SINUHÉ, featuring live and radical Latin music on the outdoor Plaza stage! The …

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

This Summer’s Dance MVP: The Weatherman by Abby Carney

At Jacob’s Pillow, with all shows outdoors, a new uncontrollable element emerged: weather. That’s where Paul Caiano comes in.

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Actors’ Equity calls for resignation of Gov. Cuomo by Caitlin Huston

Actors’ Equity has joined several other unions in calling for the resignation of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.  The calls come after the release of an independent report Tuesday, which foun…

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‘A Quick 5’ with Mark Minnick, Associate Producer and Artistic Associate of Toby’s Dinner Theatre by Susan Brall

In 1979 I moved to Columbia, Maryland, the same year Toby Orenstein opened her dinner theatre. Since then, it has become one of the treasured members of Howard County’s artistic community.…

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Review: ‘Into the Woods’ a moving, human, earthy fairy story at Playhouse on Park by Christopher Arnott

Playhouse on Park's first Connecticut Shakespeare Festival offers an earthy "Into the Woods" that depends more on emotional truth than special effects.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 02:24PM

Theatre Chat Live: Brian Hook, producer of The Great Gatsby by Hira Desai

In this week's episode Jess talks to Olivier Award winning producer Brian Hook who tells us all about a super exciting interactive show called The Great Gatsby. The post Theatre Chat Live: B…

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Irene Gandy, Fred Gallo, Beverly Jenkins and New Federal Theatre to Receive 2020 Tony Honors by Lindsey Sullivan

The Tony Awards Administration Committee has announced that they will present the 2020 Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre to Broadway press agent Irene Gandy, Fred Gallo, president of…

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Viral TikTok Sensation The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical to Release Concept Album by Caitlin Moynihan

Even Lady Whistledown would be excited about this news! The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical, which went viral on TikTok, is set to release a concept album on September 10. Inspired by the firs…

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Hear from Tony Winners Kristin Chenoweth, Billy Porter & More on Broadway Profiles by Lindsey Sullivan

Before it airs nationwide, we're offering a look at the latest episode of Broadway Profiles. Hosted by Emmy-winning anchor Tamsen Fadal and powered by, this installment will …

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Watch the First Teaser Trailer for Filmed Production of Broadway's Come From Away by Caitlin Moynihan

Get ready to visit Newfoundland! Casting is set for the previously announced filmed stage production of Broadway's Come From Away. Jenn Colella reprises her Tony-nominated turn as Beverley/…

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Theatre Chat Live Ep 28 | Brian Hook producer of The Great Gatsby by Official London Theatre

This week we talk to Brian Hook of Hartshorn & Hook all about Immersive Theatre, especially The Great Gatsby returning to London this Autumn. We also talk about #KidsWeek2021 and our new Cr…

SOURCE: YouTube at 02:00PM

TimeLine Theatre announces design and leadership changes as it works toward new Uptown home by Doug George

TimeLine Theatre Company is making progress on its new home in the Uptown neighborhood and the theater’s managing director Elizabeth K. Auman will step away from her current role to focus …

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Sundance Institute Releases Independent Theater Study on Needs of Artists

In early 2021, Sundance Institute commissioned Jesse Cameron Alick, the newly-appointed Associate Artistic Director for the Vineyard Theater in New York and past creator advisor to the Insti…

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VIDEO: Go Inside the First Day of Rehearsals for WAITRESS!

Waitress is returning to Broadway for a limited engagement, September 2, 2021 - January 9, 2022, at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre (243 West 47th Street, NYC). Sara Bareilles, the Grammy Award…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:48PM

VIDEO: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Takes First Bows in West End Return

The worldwide smash musical The Phantom of the Opera recently resumed West End performances at Her Majesty's Theatre, led by stars Killian Donnelly and the musical's first Black Christine …

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:48PM

New Mel Brooks Memoir Will Hit Shelves This Fall

Mel Brooks has a new book coming soon! Penguin Random House's Ballantine Books will publish All About Me! My Remarkable Life in Show Business on November 30, 2021. Click here to pre-order to…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:39PM

An Officer and a Gentleman Musical Will Head Out on Tour

The greatest hits of the '80s will score this new musical stage adaptation.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 01:36PM

Jenn Colella and More Lead Taped Come From Away, Debuting in September

The Apple TV Plus film, shot live at the Schoenfeld Theatre, will feature many members of the original Broadway cast.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 01:36PM

Broadway reopens tonight with ‘Pass Over’ at the August Wilson Theatre by Deb Miller

Broadway is back! Live preview performances of Pass Over, produced by Lincoln Center Theater, Matt Ross, Jujamcyn Theatres, and others, begin tonight for a limited nine-week engagement that …

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 01:29PM

Phantom Returns to Her Majesty's Theatre by The Phantom Of The Opera

Presenting The Phantom of the Opera, the smash hit musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber! Discover more about the Phantom of the Opera: Follow the Phanto…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:18PM

Review: Jack Hoosie and the Leisure Groan, The Water Rats by Shirley Both

Review: Jack Hoosie and the Leisure Groan, The Water Rats2.0Overall ScoreWith open arms we are welcomed into Jack Hoosie’s Leisure Groan in South Yorkshire. Unfortunately, discounts are no…

SOURCE: A Younger Theatre at 01:12PM

‘Pose’ Star Jason Rodriguez, Ricardo Sebastián Launch Arraygency, Talent Agency for BIPOC, Queer and Trans Creatives (EXCLUSIVE) by Brent Lang

“Pose” star Jason Rodriguez is partnering with his longtime manager Ricardo Sebastián to form a new talent agency with a mission to elevate BIPOC, queer and trans creative talent. The n…

SOURCE: Variety at 01:00PM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

Filmed Version of COME FROM AWAY to Premiere on Apple TV+ September 10; Watch the Trailer Now!

Apple Original Films announced today that the filmed version of the Tony & Olivier Award-winning hit musical “Come From Away” will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, Septembe…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:59PM

Watch Broadway’s Maria-Christina Oliveras in the Return of Elevator Pitch by Playbill

It's not unfamiliar to those who have performed at Feinstein's/54 Below: The ride from the green room on the 10th floor down to the basement, where the stage is located, can take awhile. Pla…

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WATCH: Learn Choreography From Speakeasy: Times Square by Playbill

Performances are underway for Speakeasy: Times Square at Bond 45 in the Edison Hotel in New York City’s theatre district. The immersive supper club experience continues through this month …

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Putting It Together: Lapine and Sondheim (and Bernadette and Mandy), Via Town Hall by Steven Suskin

A candid discussion about the creation of 'Sunday in the Park with George,' from the creators The post Putting It Together: Lapine and Sondheim (and Bernadette and Mandy), Via Town Hall app…

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At Kate Rockwell In The Muny's THE SOUND OF MUSIC

BroadwayWorld has a first look at The Muny's The Sound of Music, the second show of the theatre's 103rd season. The Sound of Music runs August 3rd through 9th, 2021.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:50PM

Playing It Safe: Broadway Reopens With Rigorous COVID Protocols by Gordon Cox

In a Manhattan studio late last month, rehearsal was in progress. Two actors ran through a playful chase sequence. A fight choreographer, seated at the head of the room with the director, th…

SOURCE: Variety at 12:45PM

VIDEO: New York City Dancers Perform 'Moses Supposes' in New Short Film Directed by Caleb Teicher

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century has released its latest incredibly imaginative virtual video, “Moses Supposes” from the movie Singin’ In The Rain, performed by 8 terrif…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:39PM

Over 70 Theatre Artists Share Thoughts on Present Moment, Future, in New Sundance Institute Study by Ryan McPhee

Compiled by Jesse Cameron Alick, Emerging From the Cave features interviews that shed light on the road ahead.

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Checking In With… Jay O. Sanders, Star of Girl From the North Country, What Happened?: The Michaels Abroad, More by Andrew Gans

The three-time Drama Desk Award winner returns to the stage later this month in the final work of Richard Nelson's Rhinebeck Panorama play cycle.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:22PM

Photo: WICKED Tour Resumes with First Bow in Dallas!

Hear from Wicked superfans who were in attendance at the first performance, including one who has seen the show 267 times!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:22PM

Review: Coronavirus: A Great British Farce, Hen and Chickens Theatre by Kim Southey

Review: Coronavirus: A Great British Farce, Hen and Chickens Theatre4.0Overall ScoreIt’s my first time back at the Hen and Chickens since Covid and I am thrilled to see it buzzing with lif…

SOURCE: A Younger Theatre at 12:06PM

Review: Until the Trans Lady Sings/EXPO MCYO, The Cockpit by Beth Punnett

Review: Until the Trans Lady Sings/EXPO MCYO, The Cockpit 4.0Overall Score Tête à Tête: The Opera Festival has returned for the fourteenth time to present a diverse programme of work with…

SOURCE: A Younger Theatre at 12:06PM

Theater Creatives Reveal What Industry Needs in Sundance Institute Survey (EXCLUSIVE) by Gordon Cox

As Broadway gets back to business and live performances resume around the country, the Sundance Institute has released a new study that diagnoses the state of the theater industry and imagin…

SOURCE: Variety at 12:00PM

Jenn Colella stars in filmed version of ‘Come From Away’ by Caitlin Huston

The filmed version of “Come From Away” will premiere on Apple TV+ Sept. 10.  The musical was shot at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre in May 2021, with original cast member Jenn Colella st…

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‘Come From Away’ Film Adaptation Gets Apple TV+ Premiere Date On Eve Of 9/11 by Greg Evans

Come From Away, the Apple Original Films adaptation of the Broadway hit musical, will premiere globally on Apple TV+ on Friday, September 10 – the eve of 9/11’s 20th anniversary – with…

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What Theater Needs Now by Broadway Podcast Network

Jesse Cameron Alick’s new Sundance Institute study reveals how influential artists and leaders imagine the future of theater and live performance.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit…

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Fred Gallo, Irene Gandy, Beverly Jenkins & New Federal Theatre Will Receive 2020 Tony Honors

The Tony Awards Administration Committee has announced that they will present the 2020 Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre to four outstanding contributors to the Broadway industry -…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:59AM

Filmed Come From Away Sets Apple TV+ Premiere Date, Releases Trailer, Announces Cast by Dan Meyer

Jenn Colella reprises her Tony-nominated performance as Beverly Bass (and others) in the upcoming release.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:59AM

News: Strand Theatre Announces Its 14th Season, A Woman’s Place is Everywhere by News Desk (organization-Submitted Press Release)

Strand Theater is proud to announce its Season 14 show lineup! Blood Countess 10/22 – 11/6, 2021 By Kelleen Conway Blanchard Directed by Erin Riley The life of Countess Elizabeth Bathory- …

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Kristin Chenoweth Discusses Her One-Take Schmigadoon! Patter Song "Tribulation" by TheaterMania

In episode 5 of Apple TV Plus's new musical series Schmigadoon!, Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth steals the show with an insane patter song modeled after The Music Man titled "Tribulation." A …

SOURCE: YouTube at 11:48AM

WATCH: Learn Choreography From Speakeasy: Times Square by Roberto Araujo

The supper club experience continues in the Edison Hotel.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:47AM

Video: The Cast of BEETLEJUICE in South Korea Performs 'Dead Mom'

Performances are currently underway for Beetlejuice in South Korea! Check out an all new clip of the song 'Dead Mom' from the production here!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:42AM

Barlow & Bear's THE UNOFFICIAL BRIDGERTON MUSICAL Concept Album to be Released in September

Today, songwriting duo Barlow & Bear, Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear, announced the September 10, 2021 release of their highly-anticipated concept album, The Unofficial Bridgerton Mus…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:20AM

Theater to Stream: Offerings on the Fringe of Edinburgh Fringe by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Other highlights include a project by Lisa Loeb, Dominique Morisseau’s “Detroit ’67” and a new production of “South Pacific.”

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Joseph Calleia: From Malta to the Movies by Trav S.D.

Here’s a gent you surely know without knowing: Joseph Calleia (Joseph Alexander Caesar Herstall Vincent Calleja, 1897-1975). Calleia was never a top star, but he played some key roles in …

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 11:03AM

Tony Awards to honor press agent Irene Gandy, New Federal Theatre and more by Caitlin Huston

The Tony Awards will present honorary awards to press agent Irene Gandy, stage manager Beverly Jenkins, Fred Gallo, president of PRG Scenic Technologies and the New Federal Theatre.  The aw…

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Tony Awards Announce Recipients of Honors For Excellence In Theatre by Greg Evans

The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced today that the 2020 Tony Honors for Excellence in the Theatre – to be presented in September – will go to Fred Gallo, President of PRG …

SOURCE: Deadline at 11:00AM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Irene Gandy, Beverly Jenkins, Fred Gallo, New Federal Theatre to Receive Honorary Tony Awards by Ryan McPhee

The 74th annual ceremony will take place September 26.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:59AM

Go Inside Rehearsal of the World Premiere of Bob Marley Musical Get Up, Stand Up! by Marc J. Franklin

The new biomusical, starring Arinzé Kene as Marley, is set to begin performances in the West End October 1.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:57AM

The poetry of Pegi Deitz Shea: A fierce appeal for justice and contemplative record of its absence

Pegi Deitz Shea's poetry offers a glimpse of life in a Thai refugee camp, of Bangkok bar girls, the privilege of a white child and a forest in Connecticut. Poet laureate for the town of Vern…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 10:52AM

Theatrical Rights Worldwide Launches Plays Division With Robert O'Hara, Ken Levine, Stan Zimmerman, More by Logan Culwell-Block

The theatrical licensor already handles a catalog of such musicals as The Color Purple and The Addams Family.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:48AM

Mel Brooks Memoir All About Me! Due in November by Andrew Gans

Subtitled My Remarkable Life in Show Business, the new tome will be available from Ballantine Books.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:43AM

‘There’s Still So Much to Unearth’ in ‘Pass Over’ by Naveen Kumar

Namir Smallwood and Jon Michael Hill talk about returning to the roles of two men trapped by existential dread and what it means to land on Broadway.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 10:42AM

The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Concept Album Sets September Release

The viral songs by Barlow & Bear will be widely available next month.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 10:42AM

Irene Gandy, New Federal Theatre, and More to Receive 2020 Tony Honors

Find out who will receive the special Tony Awards.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 10:42AM

VIDEO: Hear Adam Driver & Marion Cotillard Sing in the Sweeping Final Trailer for Movie Musical ANNETTE!

Driver and Cotillard did their own singing for the film, which features music from the rock band Sparks.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:14AM

With the Thompson Center on the block, CAC celebrates its late creator by Deanna Isaacs

"Helmut Jahn: Life + Architecture" at CAC offers big pictures and tiny buildings. It's sad but true that we're never so much appreciated as when we're newly dead…

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

The Unofficial Bridgerton Musical Concept Album Due in September by Andrew Gans

Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear's will also perform in concert later this month in England and New York City.

SOURCE: Playbill at 09:59AM

GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, August 4, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Watch Adam Driver and Marion Cotillard in New Trailer for Movie Musical Annette by Andrew Gans

The film arrives in theatres August 6 and on Amazon Prime Video later this month.

SOURCE: Playbill at 09:39AM

‘The cast is insanely talented’: A LITTLE SPACE – Mind The Gap (Online review) ★★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

The icing on the cake in Mind The Gap’s technically fantastic production of A Little Space is the fact it showcases performers who are often left out of mainstream theatre.

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Announcing the Top 10 Finalists in Playbill's 2021 Search For a Star Contest! by Logan Culwell-Block

Vote now to crown the next musical theatre star.

SOURCE: Playbill at 09:00AM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Fans Return to Oz as the WICKED Tour is the First to Reopen

Hear from Wicked superfans who were in attendance at the first performance, including one who has seen the show 267 times!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 08:42AM

London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 4 August by Hira Desai

Rehearsal pictures from Get Up, Stand Up, The Bob Marley Musical and Anything Goes extends West End run! Find out all the latest here. The post London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 4 August …

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Audiences are being welcomed back to outdoor theatre all over Ontario — even the wildlife is invited by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

From Shakespeare in the Ruff (stray wild animals included) to Guild Festival Theatre, from a remount of ‘Alphonse’ to Here for Now Theatre in Stratford, from ‘The Motorcycle Monologues…

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 08:30AM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Wednesday, August 4, 2021 by Matt Tamanini

Vaccines to Be Mandated Across NYC, “Waitress” Welcomes Back Favorites, “Cinderella” Film Releases Trailer “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting …

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM

Broadway in a Box CD Review: OBCR Camelot by JK

Broadway in a Box CD Review: Camelot OBCR (1960) At Christmas a few years ago, Jeff gave me a copy of Broadway in a Box: The Essential Broadway Musicals Collection. He has now given me th…

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Reviews: The Two Character Play; John & Jen by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post Reviews: The Two Character Play; John & Jen first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Lamda lockdown graduates launch Quackpot careers with Meet Cute by Featured Content

Romantic comedy sketch Meet Cute, created by two LAMDA students who graduated into a shuttered theatre industry during lockdown, gets its world premiere at London's Etcetera Theatre as part …

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Get Up Stand Up cast explore Bob Marley's London life by Official London Theatre

The cast of Get Up Stand Up explore the London of soul rebel Bob Marley during the 1970's. With this map you can visit the places where his story is set and uncover the background to many o…

SOURCE: YouTube at 06:15AM

Explore Bob Marley’s London life with the cast of Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical by Hira Desai

Check out an exciting new video where the cast of Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Musical explore the London of soul rebel Bob Marley during the 1970's. The post Explore Bob Marley’s Lond…

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‘Witty, poignant, playful’: JOHN & JEN – Southwark Playhouse by Louise Penn

While John & Jen can sometimes veer into the sentimental, it does try to bring in numerous issues in modern America, and particularly succeeds in bringing to life the special bond betwee…

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Brisbane Festival 2021 | Programming Changes by Aussie Theatre

Despite the current lockdown, Brisbane Festival is forging ahead to deliver a Festival in September. Artistic Director Louise Bezzina Said:

SOURCE: AussieTheatre at 05:52AM

Friday Night Footlights: How Theater Bonds a Colorado Town by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Silver mining may have disappeared, but Creede Repertory Theater has been an economic and cultural boon to its community for 50 years.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 05:24AM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)

ActNow Theatre announces the 20201 MakeSpace Residents by Aussie Theatre

ActNow Theatre is delighted to announce that Juliana Nixon, Lachy Barnett, Yasemin Sabuncu and Samuel Lau will be the first

SOURCE: AussieTheatre at 04:56AM

On the Couch with Amy Lehpamer

The post On the Couch with Amy Lehpamer appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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John & Jen: Rachel Tucker is the only incentive musical theatre fans should need by Terri Paddock

As much as I was looking for any excuse to return to Southwark, it was the show that lured me back. Or to be more precise, Rachel Tucker starring in the show, musical two-hander John & J…

SOURCE: Terri Paddock at 04:30AM
Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Melbourne Fringe and Naomi Milgrom Foundation announces $100,000 Civic Commission

The post Melbourne Fringe and Naomi Milgrom Foundation announces $100,000 Civic Commission appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

The National Goes International – a celebration of dance for Melbourne dance lovers

The post The National Goes International – a celebration of dance for Melbourne dance lovers appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Broadway In Chicago Announces Upcoming Season by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Broadway In Chicago is thrilled to announce its next season will feature the Pre-Broadway premiere PARADISE [...]

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“Divina invención” Love by Lope de Vega and by Sergio Blanco by Antonio Hernández Nieto

The Compañía Nacional de Teatro Clásico (CNTC) in Spain is asking different contemporary playwrights to confront Spanish Golden Age authors, with Sergio Blanco the most recent. He was cha…

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Wednesday, August 4, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)

OzAsia Festival 2021 program celebrates Asian Australian talent on new level

The post OzAsia Festival 2021 program celebrates Asian Australian talent on new level appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Sutton Foster Is Reno Sweeney in London's Anything Goes, Opening August 4 at the Barbican by Andrew Gans

Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the production of the Cole Porter classic.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:00AM

Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's Pass Over Begins Broadway Run August 4 by Dan Meyer

Jon Michael Hill, Namir Smallwood, and Gabriel Ebert star at the August Wilson Theatre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:00AM

Nikiya Mathis Stars in Whitney White's Semblance at New York Theatre Workshop Beginning August 4 by Andrew Gans

The Off-Broadway production is presented both as a virtual experience and an intimate, immersive theatrical installation.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:00AM

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