Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Maude Apatow Hit The Wall During ‘Little Shop Of Horrors’ Show, But Soldiered On by Bruce Haring

Maude Apatow has been accused of getting ahead because of her famous name. But a wall in her “Little Shop of Horrors” theater put a halt to that – at least, the head part. Apatow, the …

SOURCE: Deadline at 01:17PM

PETER PAN GOES WRONG's Nancy Zamit Takes Over Our Instagram Today!

Happy April Fool's Day! This is no prank: Nancy Zamit is taking over our Instagram today to take you behind the scenes of Peter Pan Goes Wrong!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:06PM

Theater Buff: Michael Iskander Skates Directly to Broadway in ‘Kimberly Akimbo’ by Billy McEntee

How often does an actor's very first stage credit take them all the way to Broadway? That’s the unlikely and wondrous journey Michael Iskander traveled. The post Theater Buff: Michael Iska…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

Charles Busch Memoir ‘Leading Lady’ Now on Presale by Billy McEntee

This poignant, deliciously anecdotal account of a talented artist’s Oz-like journey hits bookstores August 23 but is now available for pre-order. The post Charles Busch Memoir ‘Leading L…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

In Muscular ‘War Dreamer,’ a Vet Asks if You Can Ever Come Home Again by Billy McEntee

"War Dreamer" — by Leegrid Stevens, now playing at The Wild Project and produced by Loading Dock Theatre — is a homecoming play with a twist. The post In Muscular ‘War Dreamer,’ a Ve…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

Immersive ‘The Great Gasby’ Comes to Park Central Hotel New York by Billy McEntee

Created and directed by Alexander Wright, the UK’s longest-running immersive production will make its American debut at The Gatsby Mansion at the Park Central Hotel New York. The post …

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

Lea Michele Joins Entertainment Community Fund’s ‘Ragtime’ Reunion Concert by Billy McEntee

Lea Michele originated the role of "Little Girl" in the Broadway production; now she'll reunite with Peter Friedman, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and other stars. The post Lea Michele Joins Entert…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

Photo Ready: Go Inside the Opening Night of ‘Bad Cinderella’ by Billy McEntee

Cinderella has appeared in 'Into the Woods,' Rodger and Hammerstein's take on the fairy tale, and now, in Emerald Fennell and Andrew Lloyd Webber's, she gets to be bad. The post Photo Read…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

‘Parade’ is a Rousing, Electric Rival by Billy McEntee

'Parade,' starring Ben Platt and Micaela Diamond, is richly sung, thrillingly paced, and unfortunately timely as antisemitism continues to plague our nation. The post ‘Parade’ is a Rousi…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

Roundabout Announces Next Season; Danny DeVito to Appear by Billy McEntee

The American Airlines Theatre. Photo by Andrew McGibbon. Spring isn’t only awards season, it’s also announcement season. One of the first major not-for-profit theaters, Roundabout,… Th…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

The Tank Announces ‘Welcome to Clowntown’ for Spring Season by Billy McEntee

The show promises a rock 'n' roll ride through outlandish personal stories of working as a party clown in NYC and Hollywood. The post The Tank Announces ‘Welcome to Clowntown’ for Spring…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM

DANCIN’ to Perform on GMA Tomorrow by Billy McEntee

Start your day off with some toe-tapping delight: the cast of the Fosse-inspired DANCIN' will perform on 'Good Morning America' tomorrow morning. The post DANCIN’ to Perform on GMA Tomorr…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 01:03PM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at noon (Broadway Time)

Review: Giordano Dance Chicago celebrates 60 with style old and new at the Harris by Lauren Warnecke

This storied jazz dance company knows how to mark a milestone, and it’s had more chances than most.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 12:50PM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 11am (Broadway Time)

For April Fool’s Day: The Feast of Fools by Trav S.D.

Happy New Year! and April Fools! I don’t mean the opening salutation as an April Fool’s Day joke. Maybe you’d better sit down for this, because it’s the truth and not a prank, and it…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 11:24AM

Three-man ‘Putnam County Spelling Bee’ is a heavy lift by Alex Miller

‘The Heavyweights’ take on the popular musical comedy with mixed results at Denver Center’s Garner Galleria Theatre

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Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Review: Hartford Symphony Orchestra presents a fun and frolicsome spring outing with Mozart, Saint-Saëns and Bologne by Christopher Arnott

Hartford Symphony Orchestra's latest Masterworks concerts brings a fresh springtime feel to Bologne's Symphony No. 2 in D Major, Saint-Saëns' Violin Concert No. 3 in B Minor and Mozart's ra…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 09:27AM

Swooning—Once Again—For "Sweeney Todd" by Jan Simpson

People always ask people like me—people who've been blessed with the opportunity to see lots and lots of shows—what our favorites are. I tend to hem and haw when it comes to plays (somet…

SOURCE: Broadway & Me at 09:12AM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Rapid Eye Repertory Announces Season of AI-Authored Plays by American Theatre Editors

A groundbreaking new effort promises to combine generated text with live performance.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 07:37AM

British Players give ‘As You Like It’ a groovy hippie vibe by Jennifer Georgia

In between the comedy and conflict, a sense of communal love and compassion weaves through the show.

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Rita Wilson: ‘I was in a play, and on opening night my agent told me she was no longer going to represent me’ by Rosanna Greenstreet

The actor, producer and singer on sleeping in, surviving breast cancer and saying the wrong thing to a makeup artist Born in California, Rita Wilson, 66, starred in The Brady Bunch TV show a…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 07:06AM

Last night at Oldham Coliseum: a joyful, funny and furious farewell by Nick Ahad

Maxine Peake and Christopher Eccleston among performers as venue put on final show after losing Arts Council funding In the end, if indeed it is the end (many on stage would have you believe…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 07:06AM

‘Chaotically energetic, honest, raw & wild’: LORD OF THE FLIES – Leeds ★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Leeds Playhouse and Belgrade Theatre Coventry’s co-production of William Golding’s Lords of the Flies is brought to the stage and re-imagined 70 years after it was first written. Nigel W…

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Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Christopher Eccleston says it would be ‘impossible’ for him to become an actor today by Jacob Stolworthy

‘There’s no more actors like me coming through – you’ve got to go to public school,’ he said

SOURCE: The Independent at 06:48AM

Ballet companies take a page from classic literature and bring it to life by Celia Wren

“The Crucible” and “Anna Karenina” are among the some newer ballets inspired by novels.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 06:32AM

From Lewis Capaldi to Kenny Chesney to a ’90s flashback, here’s some of the top things to do and see this week in CT arts by Christopher Arnott

The Courant's arts picks for April 2-8 include major acts like Lewis Capaldi and Kenny Chesney as well as comedy shows at the Funny Bone and Playhouse on Park.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 5am (Broadway Time)

The Last Days of Beckett’s, a Smoky New York Literary Salon by Alex Vadukul

They came. They drank. They staged plays and argued about Shakespeare. For dozens of up-and-coming writers, actors and artists, it was nice while it lasted.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 05:36AM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 4am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Mo Lovegrove

The post On the Couch with Mo Lovegrove appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Jeromaia Detto: MUSH

The post Jeromaia Detto: MUSH appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 3am (Broadway Time)

James Norton’s nude scenes should have been respected – not violated by pervy photographers by Jessie Thompson

Leaked photographs of the ‘Happy Valley’ star performing nude in ‘A Little Life’ has plunged the theatre world into crisis mode. It speaks to a grotesque violation of the unspoken co…

SOURCE: The Independent at 03:32AM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The best theatre to stream this month: Emilia Clarke in The Seagull, the RSC’s Tartuffe and more by Chris Wiegand

Our roundup of drama to watch at home includes a Big Night of Musicals, You Bury Me and James Earl Jones in King Lear Game of Thrones stars Emilia Clarke and Indira Varma reunited for Jamie …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 01:42AM

Theatrefolk Featured Play – Characters Behaving Badly by Lindsay Price by Lindsay Price

Welcome to our Featured Play Spotlight. The vignette play, Characters Behaving Badly, by Lindsay Price, asks students to look at the concept of what it means to be “good” and “bad”, …

SOURCE: Theatrefolk at 01:00AM

Theatre in the Real World: Theatre Company Profile by Kerry Hishon

The following project is a research assignment, where students will research and present a written profile of an existing theatre company. To complete the project, they will need to make a n…

SOURCE: Theatrefolk at 01:00AM
Saturday, April 1, 2023 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Royal Shakespeare Company Production of Hamnet Begins Performances In Statford-Upon-Avon April 1 by Margaret Hall

The new play, which has announced an impending West End transfer has already sold out its world premiere.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:24AM

Zadie Smith's Wife of Willesden Begins NY Premiere April 1 by Leah Putnam

Playing at BAM, the author adapted a 14th-century Chaucer work with a modern spin.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:24AM

Ariana DeBose Plays London Palladium April 1 by Andrew Gans, Logan Culwell-Block

The West Side Story Oscar winner and Broadway favorite is joined by musical director Benjamin Rauhala and a six-piece band.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:24AM

Rubicon's World Premiere of Dark of the Moon Musical Opens April 1 by Andrew Gans

James O'Neil directs the developmental production with choreography by Tony winner Christopher Gattelli.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:24AM

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