Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

2050 Admin Fellowship Info Session by New York Theatre Workshop

Curious about NYTW's 2050 Administrative Fellowships? Here's your chance to learn more before the application deadline! Stream a recording of the virtual info session with NYTW Director of E…

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Watch Christine Baranski Talk About Missing Theater and Reuniting with Cynthia Nixon for The Gilded Age by Lindsey Sullivan

Two-time Tony winner Christine Baranski appeared on Late Night with Seth Meyers to talk about an auction of theater treasures for The Actors Fund. "I've been doing TV for all of these year…

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RADIO PLAYS: Memory Motel by David Greenspan by Two River Theater

Playwright and actor David Greenspan invites you to enjoy his world premiere radio play commissioned by Two River Theater: MEMORY MOTEL, directed by Morgan Claire Green. Michael S. Michael…

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VIDEO: Check out the Trailer for THE DESTRUCTION OF JANE Starring Paul Pecorino and Rob Eco by BroadwayWorld

A new teaser video was released today for the new seven-part miniseries, THE DESTRUCTION OF JANE, premiering next week inspired by the infamous film TARZAN THE APE MAN, starring Bo Derek and…

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Earth Day: Mahler Symphony No. 3 by New York Philharmonic

Happy Earth Day! We first posted this virtual visit to Central Park set to the second and third movements of Mahler's Symphony No. 3, in partnership with Central Park Conservancy, almost ex…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Lucie Jones Talks [TITLE OF SHOW], Her West End Roles, and More on BACKSTAGE LIVE by BroadwayWorld

From April 22, 2021. Get the latest Lucie Jones news here: Want more Backstage Live episodes? Visit Richard Ridge chats with We…

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Sean San José to be Magic Theatre’s next artistic director by Lily Janiak

San José plans to continue to be a part of Campo Santo, the venerable theater company he co-founded in 1996.

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Review: ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ Cut in Half and Twice as Good by Jesse Green

Josh O’Connor and Jessie Buckley star as the star-crossed lovers in a compelling stage-film hybrid adaptation.

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Flint Rep Announces Summer Season and Mural Plays Series by Amelia Merrill

Flint Mural Plays will feature new short audio plays from 25 commissioned writers, including student playwrights at the University of Michigan-Flint.

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VIDEO: Kimberly Marable Talks HADESTOWN & More on the Latest Episode of 32 BAR CUT

Today's episode features Broadway star Kimberly Marable, who chats with Adrienne about her Broadway journey from Disney's The Lion King to Hadestown.

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Del Shores Foundation Names Allison Bergman Exec. Director by American Theatre Editors

Bergman will helm the foundation founded by Del Shores to find and nurture new Southern queer artistic voices.

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Lincoln Center's Restart Stages Will Feature Concerts With Norm Lewis, Jose Llana, and More by Andrew Gans

The initiative to kick start the performing arts sector on the cultural campus officially begins May 10.

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Laura Osnes, Judith Light Will Appear on WE ARE FAMILY PBS Special

The program is part of #PBSForTheArts and features performances by Broadway star and recording artist Morgan James; star of Season 14 of The Voice Rayshun LaMarr; Broadway and Tony Award…

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Raúl Esparza, Alice Ripley, Carmen Cusack & More Star in The Waves in Quarantine by Caitlin Moynihan

A star-studded cast has been announced for The Waves in Quarantine, a new musical film project featuring six short films inspired by Virginia Woolf’s The Waves. Conceived by Raúl Esparza…

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TheaterWorks’ production of deep, disturbing drama ‘The Sound Inside’ a theater/film hybrid success by Christopher Arnott

TheaterWorks' latest staged-to-stream production, of Adam Rapp's trenchant teacher/student drama "The Sound Inside," incorporates a filmmaker on its creative team. It's a subtle, deep, distu…

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Every Dollar is a Soldier/With Money You’re a Dragon review – haunting history by Lyndsey Winship

Available onlineThis promenade performance contrasts the fortunes of a millionaire with the lives of less privileged Chinese migrants You can choose to be a child Buddha, a cherub or a fierc…

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TM review – will you be approved to join an international cult? by Mark Fisher

Available onlineYou are put through a cryptic interview in this ingenious show that tears up theatre’s rulebook to make the spectator the star It’s 2007, I’ve been lured into an Edinbu…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

London Theatre News Today: Thursday 22 April by Hira Desai

Today's news roundup includes reopening plans for family-friendly shows at the Little Angel Theatre and an update from Seabright Productions. The post London Theatre News Today: Thursday 22 …

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Staatsballett Berlin and Dancer Reach Settlement Over Bias Allegations by Roslyn Sulcas

The dancer, Chloé Lopes Gomes, spoke out about racism last year after her contract was not renewed, and she will stay on, after arbitration.

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Alinta Chidzey & Des Flanagan to Lead Moulin Rouge! in Australia by Lindsey Sullivan

Raise your glass! As previously reported, Moulin Rouge! is heading to Melbourne, Australia's Regent Theatre beginning on August 13. Alinta Chidzey will star as Satine opposite Des Flanaga…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Arthur T. Birsh Dies: Longtime ‘Playbill’ Publisher Was 88 by Greg Evans

Arthur T. Birsh, whose job titles during his 50-year career at Playbill, the nation’s most recognizable theater program, included publisher, president, chairman, and most recently chairman…

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The Theatre Channel Will Return With Layton Williams, Kerry Ellis, More West End Stars by Dan Meyer

Also, Antonio Banderas goes behind-the-scenes of his Spanish-language A Chorus Line in the latest episode.

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Review: A Splinter of Ice, Original Theatre by Nick Ferris

Review: A Splinter of Ice, Original Theatre 4.0Overall Score If you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a member, with every penny going towards keeping AYT going and pa…

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Review: Keep Going Then Vanish, ThickSkin/The Royal Exchange Theatre by Órla Quilligan

Review: Keep Going Then Vanish, ThickSkin/The Royal Exchange Theatre4.0Overall ScoreIf you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a member, with every penny going towards k…

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Watch Christine Baranski Name-Drop Dozens of Fellow Glamorous Actresses (for a Good Cause) by Ryan McPhee

The Tony and Emmy winner is hosting the Stage & Screen auction, featuring collections from Audra McDonald, Bette Midler, Glenn Close, Patti LuPone, and more, to benefit The Actors Fund.

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Will Broadway come back to fewer shows per week?

If my blog were a person, he’d be feelin’ pretty old right now. Because I’m about to go way back in time. In 2007 (!), 14 years ago, I wrote a blog entitled “8 Shows A What” which …

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Judith Light Will Host We Are Family PBS Concert, Starring Laura Osnes, Gabrielle Ruiz, Nova Y. Payton, More by Andrew Gans

The Songs of Hope and Unity will also feature The American Pops Orchestra under the baton of Maestro Luke Frazier.

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Watch Trailer for Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It Documentary by Andrew Gans

The film, featuring interviews with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Whoopi Goldberg, and more, arrives in theatres in June.

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When a UK-based oat milk company pasted over Philly street art, our artists answered by Mina Reinckens

When Minor Figures Oat Milk pasted ads over street art across the city, many Philadelphians responded in force. Who belongs in this space, and why did this ad campaign feel so personal to so…

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Watch the Trailer for the New Documentary About Rita Moreno

Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go For It hits cinemas in June.

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Checking In With… Newsies Tony Nominee Jeremy Jordan by Andrew Gans

The actor's newest solo show, Carry On, will stream in May as part of the 54 Below Premieres series.

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The next generation of theatermakers will include these young Black voices by David Siegel

As the pandemic has left live theater dark for the past year, we have been given an unexpected gift: the opportunity to take in virtual theatrical productions from companies we may not be fa…

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Obie Winner L Morgan Lee to Star in British Musical Adaptation of The Danish Girl

Lee will take on the role of trans artist Lili Elbe.

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Stars in the House Reunites ER's George Clooney, Julianna Margulies, Yvette Freeman, More April 22 by Andrew Gans

The evening benefits Gloria Reuben's nonprofit Waterkeeper Alliance.

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Carmen Cusack, Alice Ripley, More Join Raúl Esparza in The Waves in Quarantine by Dan Meyer

Berkeley Rep’s digital production will celebrate a virtual opening night April 29.

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ABTKids Daily | Mentor Talk with Courtney Lavine and Troy Brown by American Ballet Theatre

Join us for a throwback conversation featured during Black History Month about mentorship with ABT Dancer, Courtney Lavine and her first ballet teacher, Troy Brown. ________________ For m…

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Has Laura Jacqmin broken up with theater? by Kerry Reid

The cowriter of We Broke Up talks about why she misses Chicago theater—and why it's hard to come home again. Laura Jacqmin spent "a solid ten years" (2006 to 2…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Theater Review: “Play On! Othello” — A Painful and Invigorating Update by David Greenham

You need to hear this play. Especially if you are white and already “know” Othello. Listen again (and again) and prepare to question old assumptions. The post Theater Review: “Play On!…

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Raúl Esparza, Alice Ripley, Carmen Cusack Lead The Waves in Quarantine Musical Film

Esparza's passion project comes to life via Berkeley Rep.

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K. Todd Freeman, Ann Harada, Jose Llana, More Star in Parody Preview of Climate Crisis Musical by Bethany Rickwald

Celebrate Earth Day with a chuckle and some sustainability tips from the Broadway Green Alliance.

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‘Silly & entertaining’: THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST – The Dukes Lancaster (Online review) by Emma Clarendon

This perky and playful version based on Oscar Wilde’s play The Importance of Earnest fromThe Dukes Lancaster is engaging to watch.

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The Whale Is 'Ready to Make a Splash' in Final Clue Package for Broadway’s Masked Singer by Dan Meyer

The Broadway Cares benefit premieres April 26.

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Libby Taylor: Maid for the Movies by Trav S.D.

The story of Libby Taylor (1902-1961) is often simplified to “she was Mae West’s maid; she then played Mae’s maid in movies, and used that as a springboard to her own career”. But it…

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Clowns Get Political: American Circus Alliance’s Open Letter to Biden and Harris by New York Theater

Like many a performer, Jan Damm has been climbing the walls during the pandemic, but he did it literally. After live performances dried up, he started creating at-home skits for the Bindlest…

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Favorite Designs: The Design of American Psycho by JK

Favorite Designs: The Design of American Psycho Theater truly is a collaborative art. Each element depends on and enhances the others. An excellent example of this is the design for America…

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Column: A capitalist case for Broadway by Chris Jones

Lately, those critical of Broadway theater say it compromises art and hurts artists. Karen Olivo quit the cast of “Moulin Rouge!" But consider this ...

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, April 22, 2021 + Interview With Ollie Jones, Co-Founder of Swamp Motel by Ashley Steves

AEA and Hugh Jackman Release New Statements Regarding Rudin Plus, Matt and Grace talk with Swamp Motel co-founder Ollie Jones about the immersive theatrical thriller “Plymouth Point.” …

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NEWS: Royal Shakespeare Company’s summer programme features new outdoor theatre by Press Releases

The Royal Shakespeare Company has released full details of its summer 2021 programme which includes an artists’ impression of the newly conceived Lydia & Manfred Gorvy Garden Theatre.

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

‘A dark masterpiece’: THE SEPARATION – Living Record Productions (Online review) by Aleks Sierz

The camera can take you to places where the naked eye rarely goes. Like close. Very close. Close up. And then some. This is exemplified by Fraser Watson’s brilliant filming of The Separati…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

'Living Newspaper' at the Royal Court Theater Stirs Up Stories of Our Time by Matt Wolf

Tired of reading the headlines? You can watch artistic interpretations of the stories of our era by trailing actors in a Living Newspaper production, section by section.

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‘I Wish I Got Pregnant in March!’ Inside the Dance Baby Boom. by Gia Kourlas

Many dancers have taken advantage of a byproduct of the pandemic — time away from performing — to try out a new role: motherhood.

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)

RSC plans Stratford garden theatre for summer reopening by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Temporary performance space will be ‘symbol of regeneration’ and stepping stone to return indoors Designs have been revealed for a temporary outdoor performance space on the banks of the…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

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April 22: The deadly dangers of cancel culture by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post April 22: The deadly dangers of cancel culture first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Thursday, April 22, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)
Thursday, April 22, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Off-Broadway Cast of A Letter to Harvey Milk Musical Reunites for Benefit Stream April 22 by Andrew Gans

Directed by Evan Pappas, the stream benefits The Actors Fund and HIAS.

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Look Back at the 2012 Revival of A Streetcar Named Desire Starring Blair Underwood and Nicole Ari Parker by Marc J. Franklin

The production, directed by Emily Mann, opened at the Broadhurst Theatre April 22, 2012.

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Revisit Brian d'Arcy James, John Cariani, and more in Something Rotten! on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The musical comedy opened at the St. James Theatre April 22, 2015.

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The Helen Gurley Brown Foundation Grants Permission for Women in Theatre to Take 'BOLD' Risks by Talaura Harms

Carol Dunne, co-founder of BOLD Theater Women’s Leadership Circle, shares what the initiative is doing to tackle gender parity in the theatre industry.

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THE DANCE ENTHUSIAST ASKS: Maleek Washington, Eriko Iisaku & Sam Pratt On Special Relationships in Dance by The Dance Enthusiast

"Fran was the divine feminine artistic mentorship needed to push me to the next stage in my practice, and I will forever be grateful for her friendship and mentorship." — Maleek Washingt…

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SOCIAL DISTANCE DANCE VIDEO: Inyoung “Dassy” Lee Performs "4 Elements", A Popping Concert Presented By Red Bull Dance by The Dance Enthusiast

"A battle is all about the moments, vibes, people, music, screams... That feeling is what makes me feel so alive." —Inyoung “Dassy” Lee

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DANCE NEWS: Congratulations, Helen Simoneau, On Receiving a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship by The Dance Enthusiast

DANCE NEWS: Congratulations, Helen Simoneau, On Receiving a 2021 Guggenheim Fellowship

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All that Chat

Oct 06, 2019: Slave Play
Oct 17, 2019: The Sound Inside - Studio 54
Feb 01, 2020: The Minutes
Mar 31, 2020: Diana - Longacre Theatre
Apr 19, 2020: Sing Street - Lyceum Theatre
Dec 16, 2021: Diana - Longacre Theatre