Friday, October 18, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Daphne Rubin-Vega Talks Living In the Heights & Season 2 of The Horror of Dolores Roach Podcast by Caitlin Moynihan

Tony nominee Daphne Rubin-Vega has had a busy summer. The second season of her podcast The Horror of Dolores Roach, which is based on her solo show Empanada Loca and is getting a TV series a…

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Chris McCarrell and the Cast of The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical on the Show's Quest to Broadway by Broadway.com

Chris McCarrell, Kristin Stokes, Jorrel Javier and the cast of The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical talk the show's long quest to Broadway on opening night.

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Quests, and Quizzes, and Quandaries Oh My! The Cast of The Lightning Thief Takes on a Red Carpet Challenge on Opening Night! by Broadway.com

The cast and friends of The Lightning Thief take on a quantifiably quizzical quest challenge on opening night!

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Charlie Cox of Betrayal by Broadway.com

Charlie Cox stops by Broadway.com to chat about Betrayal and more with Paul Wontorek. 

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Dep Kirkland to Star in His New Drama MsTRIAL at New World Stages by Andy Lefkowitz

Playwright Dep Kirkland (Lawyer Games) will head the cast of his new drama MsTRIAL, set to make its New York premiere at off-Broadway's New World Stages this fall. Rick Andosca will direct…

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More than 70 actors and crew left owed thousands following collapse of Shakespeare’s Rose Theatre by Giverny Masso

More than 70 actors and backstage staff have been left thousands of pounds out of pocket following the collapse of Shakespeare’s Rose

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Stolen Royal Exchange van carrying Gypsy costumes is found by Matthew Hemley

Police have recovered a van carrying costumes for the Royal Exchange Theatre’s forthcoming production of Gypsy. The van was stolen on October

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Roundhouse and Donmar Warehouse reveal Sackler grant refusals amid opioid crisis allegations by Georgia Snow

Two major British arts institutions have revealed that they have rejected grants from the Sackler family amid the controversy over its alleged

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The Friday 5: 5 Musicals Based on Children's/Young Adult Novels by JK

With this week's opening of The Lightning Thief, we though we'd take a Friday 5 look five of our favorite (and not so favorite) shows based on other young adult/children's novels. How many …

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Watch Signature Theatre’s A Chorus Line Cast Rehearse Denis Jones’ New Choreography by Andrew Gans

Matthew Gardiner directs the production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical.

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In Celebration of Ntozake Shange, Revisit For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf by Marc J. Franklin

The acclaimed writer, known for her Obie Award-winning choreopoem, was born October 18, 1948.

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (3) by Artsjournal1

I was introduced to this album by Bob Nelson, my eighth-grade social-studies teacher, who decided for reasons of his own to introduce me to the music of my own time. – Terry Teachout

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Alicia Alonso, Cuba’s (Very) Long-Reigning Doyenne Of Ballet, Dead At 98 by Artsjournal1

“Alonso received recognition throughout the world for her flawless technique and her ability to become one with the characters she danced, even after she became nearly blind. After a caree…

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (2) by Artsjournal1

The public library in Smalltown, U.S.A., had a modest selection of classical albums. One of them was this two-disc set of “live” recordings by the first important classical-music instrum…

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Why Orchestras Giving Free Concerts Is A Very Bad Idea by Artsjournal1

Aubrey Bergauer: “Giving it away for free, whether by regularly scheduled programming or by striking or locked out musicians, is not getting the job done. It’s not growing audiences, it…

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Oldest Known ‘Last Supper’ Painted By A Woman On Public View After 450 Years by Artsjournal1

Plautilla Nelli’s 23-by-6½-foot depiction of Jesus and his disciples was painted for her sisters at a convent in Florence in 1568. When that convent was shuttered by Napoleon’s forces i…

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Sean Dorsey Has Blazed A Trail For Trans Dance Artists by Artsjournal1

“Now in its 15th season, Dorsey’s award-winning San Francisco company, Sean Dorsey Dance, is heralded for intersectional dance-theater works that celebrate trans, gender-nonconforming an…

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How Theatres Can Strengthen Themselves For The Next Great Recession by Artsjournal1

“In this paper we first explore the U.S. economic and financial outlook to better understand the environment and its risks. Then we follow trends for theatres’ finances and operations, s…

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Epistolary Memoir, An Old Genre Having A New Heyday by Artsjournal1

The recounting of a life in the form of a letter may go all the way back to Benjamin Franklin, but it’s currently seeing a revival, kicked off by Ta-Nehisi Coates’s Between the World and…

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Dallas Placed 149th Among U.S. Cities On The Arts Vibrancy Index. Here’s How One Organization Is Trying To Change That by Artsjournal1

“The Arts Community Alliance (TACA) … has been raising money for the arts in Dallas since 1967. Today it doles that money out in the form of more than 60 general operating, artist reside…

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Do We Need Critics For Cities? by Artsjournal

Given how long we’ve relied on the work of critics on film, music, food, and much else besides, as well as the ever-increasing relevance of cities in our lives, it’s time we recognised c…

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Watch Beth Leavel Perform ‘Everything’s Coming Up Roses’ at Best In Shows Benefit by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award-winning Drowsy Chaperone star shared the stage with an adoptable bulldog at the recent Humane Society concert fundraiser.

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Look Back at the Original Broadway Production of Once On This Island by Marc J. Franklin

The Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty musical, starring LaChanze, opened at the Booth Theatre October 18, 1990.

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Check Out Ciarán Hinds, Judith Roddy, Fra Fee, and More in National Theatre's Translations by Nathan Skethway

The Ian Rickson–helmed production returned to the London venue October 15.

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Photo Coverage: On the Opening Night Red Carpet of THE SOUND INSIDE

The Sound Inside began performances, Saturday, September 14, and officially opened last night, October 17, on Broadway at Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street). We're taking you to the star-studd…

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Photo Coverage: Mary-Louise Parker & Will Hochman Celebrate Opening Night of THE SOUND INSIDE

The Sound Inside began performances, Saturday, September 14, and officially opened last night, October 17, on Broadway at Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street). We're taking you inside opening ni…

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BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Red Carpet on Opening Night of THE SOUND INSIDE

The Sound Inside began performances, Saturday, September 14, and officially opened last night, October 17, on Broadway at Studio 54 (254 West 54th Street). We're taking you to the star-studd…

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Photo Flash: See Jane Krakowski, Hailee Steinfeld at the Premiere of Apple TV's DICKINSON

On Thursday October 17, Apple celebrated the global premiere of their highly anticipated series, DICKINSON, which debuts exclusively on Apple TV+ on November 1!

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‘Orton-esque in its conceit’: THE HOUSE OF YES – Hope Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

As Matthew Parker’s swansong as artistic director at the Hope Theatre, The House of Yes isn’t afraid to show the underbelly of ‘respectable society’.

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‘The Sound Inside’: ‘Stunning’ new play starring a ‘never better’ Mary-Louise Parker is an early Tony contender by David Buchanan

The Tony and Emmy-winning actress Mary-Louise Parker, who last starred on Broadway in the two-character play “Heisenberg” in 2016, returned in another two-hander play “The Sound Inside…

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Corey Cott to Perform Benefit Concert for Concordia Conservatory by Adam Hetrick

The Newsies and Bandstand leading man will play the Sommer Center for Worship & the Performing Arts, in Bronxville, New York.

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Sex Education’s Aimee Lou Wood, Ciarán Hinds, and More Join West End Uncle Vanya by Olivia Clement

See who's joining the previously announced Toby Jones and Richard Armitage in the Conor McPherson adaptation of Chekhov’s play.

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Dearbhla Molloy & Ciarán Hinds Join West End Premiere of Conor McPherson's Uncle Vanya by Andy Lefkowitz

Further casting is here for the upcoming fresh West End staging of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, featuring a new adaptation by Conor McPherson. The previously announced production, directed by Ian …

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Touring with a star used to be a dancer’s dream. Now it’s all about getting social media followers. by Sarah L. Kaufman

How teenagers Kidathegreat, Kaycee Rice, Taylor Hatala and others are changing how we see and think about dance in the digital age.

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VIDEO: ROCKETMAN Star Taron Egerton and Elton John Duet at the Greek Theatre

As credits rolled on a one of a kind screening of ROCKETMAN with the Hollywood Symphony Orchestra Thursday evening, Elton John and star Taron Egerton brought movie magic to life with an enco…

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BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - The New York Pops

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin, a life-long theater enthusiast, who has drawn many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Below, check out his latest …

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Tony Winner Idina Menzel Releases Christmas: A Season of Love October 18 by Andrew Gans

The Wicked star will offer several holiday concerts following the release of her latest solo recording.

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BRINGING UP BROADWAY: The Ultimate Guide to Summer Intensive Planning

Summer planning starts now for Broadway hopefuls! Explore the ever-expanding program options available for musical theatre students.

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Jason Danieley Opens Up About His Last New York Performance With Marin Mazzie and the New Enduring Album by Ruthie Fierberg

As the live album Broadway & Beyond drops October 18, Danieley talks 22 years of love and performing together in this exclusive interview.

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NEWS: West End transfer of Moulin Rouge! The Musical is set for March 2021 by Press Releases

The first UK production of acclaimed show Moulin Rouge! The Musical will open at London’s Piccadilly Theatre in March 2021.

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Photo Coverage: Go Inside Opening Night of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS with Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard, Christian Borle & More!

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, starring Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard and Christian Borle, opened just last night, October 17 at The Westside Theatre (407 W. 43rd St, NYC), where it plays throug…

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What Did Critics Think of Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation? by Dan Meyer

The parody cabaret returns with a new set of musical targets, including Hadestown, Judy, and Fosse/Verdon.

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical Will Open in London's West End in Spring 2021 by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway's new smash hit Moulin Rouge! The Musical is heading across the pond. The spectacular show based on Baz Luhrmann's 2001 motion picture will receive its debut in London's West End …

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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25 Spooktacular Musicals To Listen To For All The Halloween Feels by Robert Peterpaul

As the Karen Smith of Mean Girls once crooned: If we could change the world we’d make it Halloween every single day. The over-the-top holiday is a Theatre Nerd’s dream, with its candy fi…

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How Broadway's The Sound Inside Got Made and Why Audiences Should See It by Dan Meyer

Insider secrets from opening night at Studio 54 with Mary-Louise Parker, Will Hochman, Adam Rapp, and David Cromer.

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I Have Met the Enemy (and the Enemy Is Us) review at Byker Community Centre – ‘bold but uneven’ by Tracey Sinclair

A co-production with Northern Stage, Common Wealth’s I Have Met the Enemy (and the Enemy Is Us) is a bold and passionate

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FIRST-LOOK PHOTOS: Joseph Marcell & Christopher Fairbank in the UK premiere of Sam Shepard’s Ages of the Moon by Press Releases

Ahead of Mates founder Terri Paddock's post-show Q&A tonight and next Wednesday's press performance, we've got first-look photos for the posthumous UK premiere of Sam Shepard's Ages of t…

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See Mary-Louise Parker, Will Hochman, Adam Rapp, and More Hit the Red Carpet as The Sound Inside Opens on Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The new production, directed by Tony winner David Cromer, opened October 17 at Studio 54.

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Opera North site added to Heritage Risk Register by Ruth Comerford

An area in Leeds that includes the home of Opera North has been added to a list of sites that are most

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Puppet designer withdraws unpaid placement on National Theatre show following exploitation accusations by Matthew Hemley

A freelance designer working on a National Theatre show has been forced to backtrack on plans to use volunteers on the project,

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Liverpool’s Unity Theatre to mark 40th birthday with £40k fundraising drive for outreach work by Georgia Snow

Liverpool’s Unity Theatre is launching a campaign to raise £40,000 to expand its outreach work, to mark the venue’s 40th birthday. The

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Grade II-listed Isle of Wight theatre set to be resurrected by Giverny Masso

A local council is striving to bring a grade II-listed theatre on the Isle of Wight back into use after nine years.

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical Will Open in London in 2021 by Andrew Gans

The musical based on the hit film opened on Broadway in July.

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BWW Review: Mary-Louise Parker Cerebrally Fascinates in Adam Rapp's Quietly Riveting THE SOUND INSIDE

'Beyond her somewhat forgiving brown eyes,' the subject of Adam Rapp's subtly riveting character study, The Sound Inside says of herself, 'your narrator could be described as unremarkable. I…

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10 Broadway Actors Taking Hollywood by Storm by Paige Gittelson

Ben Platt Ben Platt has been working in professional theatre since he was 9 years old. He burst onto the scene in the Pitch Perfect movies, and starred as Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mor…

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For All the Women Who Thought They Were Mad review – a great unravelling by Arifa Akbar

Hackney Showroom, LondonZawe Ashton aims high with an intricate dissection of race and gender but a smart ending can’t save this muddled show Zawe Ashton has described her play as both an …

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92Y Will Hold Conversation With Leslie Odom, Jr.

The 92nd Street Y is hosting a conversation with Leslie Odom, Jr. The event takes place on November 3 at 8 PM.

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Global Roundup 10/18 - ONCE ON THIS ISLAND Tour, Starry THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA & More!

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature…

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‘Short & sharp thriller’: FAST – Park Theatre by Luca Molinari

While Fast did feel like it dragged at some points, the clever use of a projector screen and off-stage narration works hard to bring the audience back.

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Betrayal ***1/2 by Barry Gordin

By: Isa Goldberg October 18, 2019: Director James Lloyd’s revival of Harold Pinter’s Betrayal embraces a chilly minimalism.  As the pinnacle of this complex love triangle, Robert (…

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Life of Pi officially sets sail to the West End next summer

It was docked on our West End wish list following its highly successful run at The Crucible, now the Sheffield Theatres production of Life of Pi is officially sailing to Wyndham's Theatre …

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Moulin Rouge! The Musical announces London transfer by Giverny Masso

Moulin Rouge! The Musical will transfer to London’s West End in March 2021. Based on Baz Luhrmann’s film, the musical will run

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Moulin Rouge the musical to open in London March 2021 by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff Producers of Moulin Rouge The Musical, announced today that the first UK production will open at the Piccadilly Theatre London in March 2021. This post Moulin Rouge the mu…

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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For All the Women Who Thought They Were Mad review at Stoke Newington Town Hall – ‘a balm’ by JN Benjamin

To be a black woman in contemporary Britain is a lot. Our bodies are over-policed, exoticised and brutalised. Our minds are gaslighted

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Adam Rapp's beautifully written/emotionally involving "The Sound Inside" by Simon Saltzman

A review of "The Sound Inside" at Studio 54

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[Blank] review – Alice Birch's build-your-own-play experiment by Michael Billington

Donmar Warehouse, LondonThe playwright throws down the gauntlet to directors, and the result is a show full of ideas but lacking unity Alice Birch’s new play, whose title comes with built-…

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Evo Morales: ‘We are not a country of beggars any more’

The Bolivian president on fighting for a fourth term, his autocrat ‘friends’ — and why he’d like to chew coca with Corbyn

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Watchmen, Sky Atlantic — Jeremy Irons and Regina King star in an alternative America

A band of incognito cops try to keep the peace in the racially tense town of Tulsa

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Warrior Women with Lupita Nyong’o, Channel 4

Fresh from starring in Black Panther, Nyong’o travels to west Africa to trace the story of the famed Agoji women

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Paul Rudd sparkles in Living with Yourself on Netflix

Comic actor Rudd plays a sloppy advertising executive and his better, cloned self in new series starring Aisling Bea

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On digital: Support the Girls / Hitsville: The Making of Motown

Friendship and feminism in a Hooters-style bar; and a fascinating insight into the workings of a pop factory

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (4) by Terry Teachout

Various forms of the records-that-changed-my-life meme have been making the rounds lately, so I came up with my own version, which I call “The Twenty-Five Record Albums That Changed My Lif…

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Replay: José Iturbi plays Liszt by Terry Teachout

José Iturbi plays Liszt’s Eleventh Hungarian Rhapsody in a 1940 film: (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-related videos that appear in this space each Monday, Wednesday,…

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Almanac: Arturo Toscanini on the tragedy of the great performer by Terry Teachout

“No true musician can be satisfied with his performance, even through an audience is driven to a frenzy.” Arturo Toscanini (quoted by Halina Rodzinski in Our Two Lives)

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Ghost Stories at Ambassadors Theatre by Emma Clarendon

We round up the reviews for Andy Nyman and Jeremy Dyson’s Ghost Stories which is back in London in time for Halloween…

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Year of the Monkey by Patti Smith — a dreamlike state

A melancholy and surreal tale of two friends on the threshold of death

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Floating Points: Crush

Introspective melodies unfold amid skittering beats and echoing sound effects, and electronic oscillations give an atmospheric sense of space

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clipping.: There Existed an Addiction to Blood

Inspired by horrorcore rap, songs ratchet up tension with stark beats, oppressive bass and unsettling outbreaks of white noise

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Bantou Mentale: Bantou Mentale

Conversational vocals combine with shuffling hollow drum-machine beats, thin guitar riffs and a swaggering funk bassline

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Chick Corea Trio: Trilogy 2

Unaccompanied beginnings shift this way and that, solos freshen the palate and impressionist mists yield to flurries of swing

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Jonas Kaufmann: Wien

Album includes Strauss’s ‘Eine Nacht in Venedig’ along with favourite solos, a handful of duets and lesser-known Viennese songs

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Snapshot: ‘Horacio Salinas: Photography 19 x 15’

Abstract collages that evoke the imaginative worlds of Picasso and Hannah Höch

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Further casting announced for new Uncle Vanya production at The Pinter

A lot of buzz has been circling Conor McPherson's new show after the initial announcement was made last month and London theatre fans have been aching for some additional details. Now, So…

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Last Orders: The Haunting of the Old Red Lion review – ‘as entertaining as it is scary’ by Paul Vale

Whether or not it’s a trick of the air-con or simply a fluke, there’s a definite chill in the tiny theatre housed

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[Blank] review at Donmar Warehouse, London – ‘written with exquisite precision’ by Natasha Tripney

As a text Alice Birch’s [Blank] is a phenomenal thing. The play began as a co-commission between National Theatre Connections and theatre

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Wake Up With BWW 10/18: THE SOUND INSIDE and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Reviews, and More!

Today's top stories: read reviews for The Sound Inside and Little Shop of Horrors, and more!

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The secrets of ‘Succession’

HBO’s hit series features a cast of grasping tycoons with few redeeming qualities. What’s not to like?

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Lucian Freud: The Self-portraits — enthralling glimpse into a life on canvas

The Royal Academy celebrates the self-scrutiny of an artist who said ‘I want to paint myself to death’

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Anna Meredith: ‘I never listen to music. It just distracts me’

The composer on straddling the worlds of classical and pop and why ‘selling out’ isn’t all it’s cracked up to be

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How Indian TV and film is riding the bullish national mood

Amazon Prime’s The Family Man reflects a broader trend of patriotic — even nationalistic — themes in Hindi output

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The best products to help households avoid single-use plastic

Embrace a sustainable lifestyle with these reusable substitutes

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Sir Kenneth Grange: the designer behind Anglepoise

Britain’s most prominent industrial designer on modernity and consistency

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The houses that fit into London’s awkward spaces

From garages to car parks, gaps are filled by innovative architects

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Behind the Making of the New Dance Movie Highstrung Free Dance by Ruthie Fierberg

Get a backstage pass to the new movie.

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Moulin Rouge The Musical is coming to the West End by Kitty Underwood

Dust off your feather boas and pour some champagne, Moulin Rouge! The Musical is coming to the West End at the Piccadilly Theatre in March 2021 The post Moulin Rouge The Musical is coming to…

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On the Couch with Monique Fisher by Arts Review

Who is Monique Fisher? A Melbourne born and raised actress who loves food, her dog and making art. She is the artistic director of the new production company ‘Around The Moon’  and is c…

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‘It’s starting to lose its soul’: the makers of The Last Black Man in San Francisco

Director Joe Talbot and writer/star Jimmie Fails discuss their critique of gentrification and tribute to a vanishing minority

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Little Shop of Horrors review – gory musical blooms again off-Broadway by Alexis Soloski

Westside Theatre, New York Killer performances from Jonathan Groff and Tammy Blanchard bring a revival of the 1982 tale of a bloodthirsty plant to vibrant life The musical comedy our climate…

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Further casting announced for Uncle Vanya by Kitty Underwood

The full cast for Uncle Vanya has been announced tooday. Find out who'll be joining Toby Jones and Richard Armitage at the Harold Pinter Theatre next year The post Further casting announced …

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Tasmanian Theatre Company announce new Artistic Director by Arts Review

Tasmanian Theatre Company has announced Maeve Mhairi MacGregor as their new Artistic Director/CEO. In making the announcement, Anne Cordiner, Acting Chair Tasmanian Theatre Company said “T…

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From prison to prize contender: Shahidul Alam’s tumultuous year

Tortured for denouncing his country’s regime, the Bangladeshi photographer is among the frontrunners for this year’s Prix Pictet

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Actor Wendell Pierce: ‘Fame is obscurity in waiting’

As ‘Death of a Salesman’ returns to the London stage, the actor talks politics, prejudice and the power of art

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The Week in Arts: Alicia Keys, Mark Morris and an Expanded MoMA

The singer headlines Tidal’s benefit concert in Brooklyn; and the Museum of Modern Art debuts its larger, more diverse collection.

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Caroline Polachek: Pang

The singer sounds languid and self-composed on an album embedded with a hyper-busy, surreal pop aesthetic

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‘Writes with poetic vigour & concision’: A HISTORY OF WATER IN THE MIDDLE EAST – Royal Court Theatre by Aleks Sierz

Sabrina Mahfouz’s feminist account of British imperialism in A History of Water in the Middle East is energetic and passionate but also turns out to be a very slender piece of theatre.

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Lobby Hero by Arts Review

In a night of suspense, humour and compromised morality, Around the Moon Productions presents Lobby Hero by Oscar-winning playwright Kenneth Lonergan at fortyfivedownstairs from 22 October 2…

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[BLANK] Donmar, WC2 by Libby Purves and Friends

A COOL EYE ON SHATTERED LIVES          Of all the well known flaws of our criminal justice system,  one of the most glaring is how badly it fits women – though they  are only around…

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Female Playwrights Are on Form (for the Most Part) by Matt Wolf

Whether it’s finishing what Jane Austen started, imagining the private conversations of first ladies or inserting the personal, on London stages female playwrights are mixing things up.

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Alicia Alonso death: Revered Cuban ballet star dies aged 98 by Roisin O'Connor, Roisin O'Connor

Cuba's president thanked her for her 'immortal work'

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Los Angeles Ballet seeks Controller by Artsjournal

Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an individual with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a controller, preferably for nonprofit arts institutions.

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Los Angeles Ballet seeks Administrative Director by Artsjournal

Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an experienced, energetic arts administrator with demonstrable leadership qualities.

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Jenny Kee and Linda Jackson: Step Into Paradise by Arts Review

Drawing on more than four decades of one of the most influential pairings in the history of Australian fashion, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences (MAAS) presents Jenny Kee and Linda Ja…

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Broadway Has a Major Hit in “The Sound Inside,” And an Early Tony Nominee for Best Actress in Mary Louise Parker by Roger Friedman

Sometimes the magic is there, everything works. The play is unexpectedly great, the star has a towering moment, the director bats a

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Samuel Sims: Working front-of-house can feel like a trap by Samuel Sims

That front-of-house workers are not mindless robots there to serve every whim of patrons is hopefully becoming more apparent to those who

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Friday, October 18, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Roaring success: backstage at The Lion King – in pictures by David Levene

Celebrating 20 years at the Lyceum theatre in London this weekend, the Lion King stage show has been seen by 16 million people. Guardian photographer David Levene was given exclusive behind-…

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Howard Sherman: In a world of entertainment on demand, theatre needs to tinker with start times by Howard Sherman

Four matinees a week is not typical on Broadway. But that’s exactly what the new musical The Lightning Thief is offering. The

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Promised by Arts Review

Though extremely capable of outlasting others on a deserted Fijian island, it is Pia Miranda’s AACTA award-winning performance in 2000s Looking for Alibrandi that will remain her careers m…

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Review: The Pout-Pout Fish by Elyse Trevers

Want to keep your kids away from screens?  Take them to the theater; it’s never too early! Often the best introduction the theater is something familiar, a show based upon a favorite book…

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Oh, snap! Photographer Pete Souza's 'Shade' tour focuses on presidential contrasts by Jane Henderson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

When photographer Pete Souza started "throwing shade" at President Donald Trump, he was fairly subtle.

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Tituss Burgess To Make Carnegie Hall Debut In February 2020

Tituss Burgess will make his Carnegie Hall debut on February 1, 2020 with a concert titled Take Me to the World, paying homage to the legendary music of Stephen Sondheim.

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Best new London theatre: Solaris; A History of Water in the Middle East

Two new shows explore watery planets — an alien one, and our own

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The Sound Inside — intimacy and unexpressed desire in academia

A dark and ingenious exploration of a student-teacher relationship at Studio 54, New York

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Art sales get an injection of energy

Fairs change hands; spotlight on Hamdi Bey; mash-ups at Tefaf New York; Rockwell’s vaccination painting

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Off-Broadway Horror Musical All Hallows Eve Begins October 18 by Andrew Gans

Little Shop of Horrors’ Martin P. Robinson, who wrote the book and lyrics and designed the puppets, directs.

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National Tour of A Bronx Tale Launches October 18 by Andrew Gans

The production, featuring American Idol winner Nick Fradiani, kicks off in Elmira, New York.

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Rent Tony Nominee Adam Pascal Is Harold Hill in The Music Man Beginning October 18 by Andrew Gans

The Meredith Willson musical continues through October 27 in Thousand Oaks, California.

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Sid & Judy, About Judy Garland and Sid Luft, Debuts on Showtime October 18 by Andrew Gans

Jon Hamm and Jennifer Jason Leigh narrate the new documentary.

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