Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Chilina Kennedy & the Cast of Beautiful Sing the Music of Carole King on The View by Broadway.com

The smash hit Broadway show Beautiful: The Carole King Musical recently celebrated five years on the Great White Way. In honor of the tuner's milestone, the cast paid a visit o…

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Bodies review – deft revival for adultery neurosis comedy drama by Michael Billington

Southwark Playhouse, LondonJames Saunders’ impeccably performed 70s piece takes on big issues as two couples swap partners and explore the poetry of painDedicated to retrieving forgotten p…

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Head of Talawa Theatre Company criticises lack of diversity in arts by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Arts Council England report says progress is slow and Michael Buffong asks ‘Why?’Talented black actors, writers and artists are sill being kept out of the arts because of “painfully”…

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I’m Not a Comedian…I’m Lenny Bruce Will Play an 8-Week Engagement at The Box by Adam Hetrick

Joe Mantegna directs the play that stars Ronnie Marmo.

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Phyllis Pastore’s The Last 30 Years Is Marvelously Warm and Funny by Michael Barbieri

Every so often I’ll see a performer who makes me remember why I fell in love with cabaret back in the day. Phyllis Pastore’s show, The Last 30 Years, at Pangea, was a warm, funny evenin…

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Watch Broadway’s Beautiful Perform a Carole King Medley on The View by Ruthie Fierberg

Star Chilina Kennedy leads the cast of the hit bio-musical in songs like “Natural Woman” and “I Feel the Earth Move.”

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Alice Ripley Will Play the Witch in Long Island Into the Woods: In Concert by Andrew Gans

She joins Melissa Errico, Constantine Maroulis, Ali Ewoldt, and more in the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical.

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Rob Houchen and More Join Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron for London’s The Light in the Piazza by Ryan McPhee

The Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas musical will play Southbank Centre’s Royal Festival Hall in the summer.

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Read Reviews for Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 in London by Adam Hetrick

The musical opened February 17 at the Savoy Theatre.

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After Series Of Flops, Amazon Re-Orients Its Filmmaking Product Line by Artsjournal1

Amazon Studios chief Jennifer Salke: “What we struggled with, I think, was putting too much focus on a narrow prestige lane. I don’t think we had diverse-enough points of view in the…

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Met Museum Closes Show And Returns Golden Casket To Egypt by Artsjournal1

“Less than two years after an acquisition, the Metropolitan Museum of Art announced today that it had handed over a first-century BC gilded coffin to the Manhattan district attorney fo…

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After 109 Years, Yale Whiffenpoofs Admit A Female by Artsjournal1

The most famous of collegiate a cappella groups, the Whiffenpoofs were an all-male outfit until a decision last year to choose singers based on voice range (still tenor, baritone, and bass) …

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Why Jessica Lang Decided To Shut Down Her Dance Company by Artsjournal1

“We didn’t lose our funding. … It was something I did. I approached the board. I told them the last thing I felt I had time to do was create, to make ballets. They agreed. This…

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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The Prince of Egypt Musical Will Get Private London Reading by Adam Hetrick

New material has been written for the latest reading of the Stephen Schwartz–Philip LaZebnik show.

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Glee and Hedwig Alum Darren Criss Marries Mia Swier by Adam Hetrick

The longtime couple were married in New Orleans February 16.

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MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Opens Tonight! by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company's Merrily We Roll Along, officially opens tonight With a book by George Furth, music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim, Fiasco's production is directed by Fiasco Co-A…

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VIDEO: Jeff Daniels Wasn't Intimidated to Play Atticus Finch in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD by Stage Tube

Jeff Daniels was a guest on last night's episode of 'The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.' During the interview, Daniels talks about playing Atticus Finch in Aaron Sorkin's Broadway adapt…

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VIDEO: Tatiana Maslany Reveals She Had a Wardrobe Malfunction During NETWORK by Stage Tube

On last night's episode of 'Late Night With Seth Meyers,' Tatiana Maslany was a guest on the show. During her interview, Maslanytalks about the plot of her Broadway show, 'Network,' sharing …

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VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Tackles Trump's 'Border Lies' With an 80s Madonna Throwback by Stage Tube

In Randy Rainbow's latest parody, he's going after Trump's border wall plan, and all of the lies he's telling to get there. This time, set to the tune of 80s Madonna track, Borderline, watch…

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The Importance Of Theatre Teachers by Freddie Miller

The best lesson that my theatre teachers in high school could have ever taught me was to keep going even when you think you can’t. Every time that cast list went up and my name wasn’t wh…

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Jackie Sibblies Drury on Marys Seacole and More by Victoria Myers

In Jackie Sibblies Drury’s new play Marys Seacole, currently receiving its premiere production at LCT3 at Lincoln Center, the concept of care—who gives it and what it means—is explored…

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Blue Door review – family ghosts question blackness in bleak drama by Kate Wyver

Ustinov Studio, Bath Tanya Barfield’s 2006 play about a man meeting his ancestors asks: am I ever black or white enough?Tracing four generations backwards from 1995, Tanya Barfield’s 200…

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All in a Row review – autistic child puppet drama has warmth and truth by Miriam Gillinson

Southwark Playhouse, LondonGood puppetry lends rich humanity to the central character of this subtle if controversial production about a boy set to leave home for a residential schoolPlenty …

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Classical Concert Review: Boston Philharmonic plays Beethoven by Arts Fuse Editor

Bread-and-butter of the orchestral repertoire though this music may be, there was no complacency to be heard in the orchestra’s playing of it. The post Classical Concert Review: Boston Phi…

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - February 19, 2019

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 19 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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French Court Throws Out Suit To Block Release Of Film About Sexual Abuse By Priest by Artsjournal1

François Ozon’s By the Grace of God, which just won the jury prize at the Berlin Film Festival, is based on the case of Father Bernard Preynat, who went to court to delay the release …

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Bozeman (MT) Symphony Music Director Resigns Following Accusations Of Bullying by Artsjournal1

The orchestra’s board launched an investigation into conductor Matthew Savery after 14 people, including musicians, former staffers, and board members, sent a letter complaining of bot…

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Charlotte, NC Considers Sales Tax Hike To Fund Arts by Artsjournal1

“Valecia McDowell, incoming chair of [local funding body] the Arts & Science Council, said the local arts sector is at a ‘crisis point.’ To make up for steep losses in …

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Roughly 2,000 Objects Have Been Recovered From Ashes Of Brazil’s National Museum by Artsjournal1

Among the items found are meteorites, bones of an ancient human and dinosaurs, gemstones and minerals, and pre-Columbian artifacts. (Curators warn, however, that some of the 2,000 items may …

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Choreographer Alan Lucien Oyen: ‘Pina Bausch’s legacy is what’s most important to the company’ by Nick Awde

Norwegian Alan Lucien Oyen was understandably nervous about devising a new piece with the late, iconic choreographer’s dance company. Nick Awde learns

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Guest Blog: Playwright Martin Askew On THERE IS A FIELD by BroadwayWorld

The play is very much about lovelooking for it in all the wrong and right places. It's also about the East End of London. I've tried my best to give people the sharp language and humour of t…

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Bodies review at Southwark Playhouse, London – ‘stiff, cerebral, dated’ by Dave Fargnoli

Two smug and self-regarding middle class couples wring their hands over their past infidelities in Bodies, James Saunders’ rambling meditation on the

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Counting Sheep review at the Vaults, London – ‘propulsive and kinetic’ by Natasha Tripney

Counting Sheep, an immersive show about the 2014 Ukrainian revolution, is the headline production at this year’s Vault Festival. Its changed shape

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NOF*CKSGIVEN Comes to Vault Festival by BroadwayWorld

An outrageously funny and heartbreaking example of not giving a fuck. Well, sort of. This is Stacy's anti-slut-shaming tale. One weekend. With drugs. Go harder or go homeless.

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What should I do if my child wants to be a performer? by Samantha Marsden

Does your child have the talent and commitment to pursue a performing career? Samantha Marsden talks to child actors, parents, casting directors

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Protest takes place outside Southwark Playhouse over use of puppet in autism play by Giverny Masso

Protesters rallied outside Southwark Playhouse this week to condemn the use of a puppet to portray an autistic child in a play

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The Oscars 2019

This year’s Academy Award contenders — a glittering round-up of interviews, reviews and features

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Australian Dance Awards For 2019 Cancelled by Artsjournal1

Ausdance National, the country’s advocate organization for the art form, has been presenting the honors annually since 1997. This year, in response to deep cuts in government funding t…

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Wake Up With BWW 2/19: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Opens, New FROZEN Cast Members Begin, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Grab your coffee and catch up on today's top stories from around the Broadway World

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Alice Ripley Will Play The Witch in a Concert Production of INTO THE WOODS At Patchogue Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award-winning Broadway star Alice Ripley has joined the cast of Into The Woods In Concert at Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts. Ripley will play the role of The Witch.

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VIDEO: Taron Egerton Sings 'Tiny Dancer' in New ROCKETMAN Film Teaser by Stage Tube

A new teaser has been released for ROCKETMAN, an epic musical fantasy that tells the story of Sir Elton John's breakthrough years, starring Taron Egerton, Jamie Bell, Richard Madden and Bryc…

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Gently Down the Stream review at Park Theatre, London – ‘a touching intergenerational romance’ by Paul Vale

Forty years on from Bent, renowned playwright Martin Sherman, now celebrating his 80th year, wanted to examine the changing face of the

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BWW Review: THE PAPER MAN, Soho Theatre by Gary Naylor

The Paper Man starts off with the story of Austria's 1930s football hero Matthias Sindelar but swiftly dummies the Nazis and nutmegs for a narrative about the construction of narratives - an…

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Photo Flash: First Look at KEITH? A COMEDY by BroadwayWorld

Arcola Theatre presents the world premiere of Keith A Comedy. Oscar Pearce directs Mark Jax Morgan, Natalie Klamar Roxy, Joseph Milson Keith, Aki Omoshaybi Mohammed, Sara Powell Veena and Li…

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Photo Flash: First Look at National Theatre's FOLLIES by BroadwayWorld

After a sold-out run, Follies returns to the NT in 2019. Stephen Sondheim's legendary musical includes such classic songs as 'Broadway Baby', 'I'm Still Here' and 'Losing My Mind'. Featuring…

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Standing at Zero: Hamilton's Ryan Vasquez by JK

So, why "Standing at Zero"? You know the numbers across the front of the stage? Zero is center, and we are putting one performer front and center. This month's honoree is a true utility play…

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Lookback: rediscovering Joe Mooney by Terry Teachout

From 2009: Of all the countless newspaper and magazine pieces that I’ve written over the years, one of the most immediately consequential was “Too Cool to Cash In, Favorite of the Few,…

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Tonya Nelson appointed Arts Council England’s first director of arts technology and innovation by Matthew Hemley

Arts Council England has created a new role to support the cultural sector work with new technologies. Tonya Nelson has been named

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Almanac: Malcolm Muggeridge on politicians by Terry Teachout

“Commentators on the political scene tend in retrospect to regard the figures who emerge into prominence as totally derisory. Understandably so. It is extremely difficult, as I know from p…

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‘I am totally immersed in this trial’: THE JUSTICE SYNDICATE – Battersea Arts Centre by Laura Kressly

I’m not sure whether The Justice Syndicate is a play, event, experiment, or interactive performance. Whichever of this, it doesn’t really matter and certainly presents an interesting fut…

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Brexit could increase opportunities for Irish actors, says entertainment accountancy firm by Georgia Snow

Irish actors could benefit from more work in the EU after Brexit as those with UK passports become less desirable, according to

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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THE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK Is Coming To The Royal Albert Hall With A Full Orchestra by BroadwayWorld

See Star Wars The Empire Strikes Back with full, live orchestral accompaniment for the first time ever in the UK this September, as it comes to the Royal Albert Hall.

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Alexander Patmore, Joel Benedict And Paula Tappenden To Join BLOOD BROTHERS Tour by BroadwayWorld

Bill Kenwright's 'Dazzling' Sunday Telegraph production of the international smash hit musical Blood Brothers continues its 2019 Spring tour welcoming three new cast members Alexander Patmor…

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Jordan Li-Smith Presents 'Songs I Wish I Had Written (And Other Guilty Pleasures)' at Bishopsgate Institute by BroadwayWorld

Join award winning musical director and writer Jordan Li-Smith and a slew of special guests for an intimate evening of musical theatre and songs from the Great American Songbook. This concer…

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Review: Gypsy Queen, Hull Truck Theatre by Hannah Hobson

Review: Gypsy Queen, Hull Truck Theatre5.0Overall ScoreFrom its marketing, it would be easy to dismiss Gypsy Queen as another play confronting the latest ‘issue’ in a new and unexpected …

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Cirque Du Soleil's TOTEM Says Goodbye To London's Royal Albert Hall by BroadwayWorld

This week sees the final few days of Cirque du Soleil's TOTEM at London's Royal Albert Hall. Approaching it's 10th successful year of touring since it's 2010 debut, more than 5 million audie…

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BWW Review: THE LADY FROM THE SEA, The Print Room by Cindy Marcolina

The Print Room at The Coronet is hosting a slick and melancholic bilingual revival of Henrik Ibsen's The Lady From The Sea produced by the venue in their first collaboration with The Norwegi…

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Photo Coverage: Tony Yazbeck, Laura Osnes, Corey Cott, and More in Action in THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL Concert by Walter McBride

On February 18, Manhattan Concert Productions presented a concert performance of Frank Wildhorn and Nan Knighton's musical comedy The Scarlet Pimpernel at David Geffen Hall, Lincoln Center. …

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Look at What’s Been Happening . . . by Sandi Durell

  By Barbara & Scott Siegel   We have not been writing this column for awhile, due in large part to Scott’s major Citibike accident that put him in the hospital for 19 days w…

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BWW Review: Elina Garanca, Wigmore Hall by Sophia Lambton

If there are golden voices, the instrument of Elina Garanca isn't among them. Dusky like a claret, the mezzo-soprano's pervasive, pure timbre emerges with the strength of a tree bark equally…

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REVIEW: Gently Down The Stream, Park Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Paul T Davies reviews Martin Sherman’s play Gently Down The Stream directed by Sean Mathias now playing at London’s Park Theatre. This post REVIEW: Gently Down Th…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: The American Clock at The Old Vic by Emma Clarendon

Rachel Chavkin directs this revival of Arthur Miller’s play The American Clock at the Old Vic Theatre. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews…

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Justin Timberlake is bringing sexy back to Sacramento on Sunday

“Sexy Back” singer Justin Timberlake will serenade Sacramento with his smooth R&B sounds Sunday at Golden 1 Center. The concert is a part of Timberlake’s Man of the Woods tour, ……

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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All in a Row review at Southwark Playhouse, London – ‘a sensitive play marred by a wrong-headed decision’ by Fergus Morgan

Alex Oates’ All in a Row is an uncomfortable show, in two different ways. Firstly, on a dramatic level: its presentation of

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The Production Company announces 2019 Season by Arts Review

Celebrating their 21st year, The Production Company (TPC) have announced their 2019 Season to be presented at Arts Centre Melbourne that features two Australian premieres: David Bowie’…

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Come From Away, Phoenix Theatre review - a necessary corrective to our traumatic times by Matt Wolf

9/11-themed musical crosses the Atlantic, its capacious heart intact Against the grimmest of backdrops, generosity and even grace can be possible. That's the eternally uplifting message of C…

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Gently Down the Stream, Park Theatre review - gay history sifted for compact drama by David Nice

Martin Sherman has the excellent Jonathan Hyde telling true talesRipeness is sometimes all. Martin Sherman's new play, receiving its UK premiere at canny Park Theatre, says more about gay hi…

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'Avenue Q' extends its run at Playhouse @ Westport Plaza by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The grown-up puppet parody will close March 17.

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Black Rep's 'Milk Like Sugar' is provocative drama by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Black Rep production addresses teen pregnancy.

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‘The emotional impact is off the scale’: COME FROM AWAY – West End by Liz Dyer

Come From Away is a funny, moving and uplifting new musical by Irene Sankoff and David Hein. Having won Best Musical awards across North America, the show now arrives in London where, if the…

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Portrait of a good bad guy by Artsjournal1

Edward G. Robinson was Hollywood’s first major art collector, and in 1939 he and his (first) wife and son had a family portrait done in pastels by Edouard Vuillard. La famille d’…

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Buddy DeFranco’s Birthday by Artsjournal1

What is your favorite key? Assuming that it’s not Z-minor, you will find it in the video below, as vibraharpist (vibraphonist, if you prefer) Terry Gibbs explains in his introduction. R…

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“Telegraph” Gaffe: Louvre Affirms Its Hope to Display the Elusive Leonardo “Salvator Mundi” by Artsjournal1

Seemingly the go-to journalist for scholars seeking to debunk the painting’s attribution to Leonardo da Vinci, Darya Alberge wrote about “an apparent snub from the Louvre in Paris, w…

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BWW Interview: The West End Cast Talk Hit Musical SIX by Marianka Swain

Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss's hit concert-style musical SIX, which gives fresh, 21st-century girl power voice to the wives of Henry VIII, has returned to the Arts Theatre in the West End. The …

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True Blood actor Denis O’Hare: ‘Being a theatre geek is not really nerdy – it’s still got sex appeal’ by Hugh Montgomery

Best known in the UK for television series such as American Horror Story, actor Denis O’Hare has always had a passion for

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: TRIAL BY LAUGHTER, Richmond Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan

As Editor and Lead Cartoonist of Private Eye, Ian Hislop and Nick Newman are certainly not immune to the issue of libel. In Trial By Laughter they expand what was a Radio 4 afternoon drama t…

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Grace Smart: Theatres may favour house cats, but designers are feline left out by Grace Smart

Cats. Not the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, but the domestic-pet-turned-furry-internet-phenomenon. They’re cute, they’re loveable, and they’re the hot new theatre accessory to

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0606: Come from Away to Arts Ed by MusicalTalk

Nick chats to Chris Hocking - principal of The Arts Educational Schools in Chiswick, West London about the school's history, heritage and vision.   Following that - Nick and Rachael talk ab…

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Tuesday, February 19, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Ryann Redmond, Joe Carroll & Noah J. Ricketts Are New Principal Stars of Frozen on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony-nominated musical Frozen welcomes Ryann Redmond (Bring It On) as Olaf and Joe Carroll (Bandstand) as Hans beginning on February 19, replacing original cast members Greg Hildreth and…

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The Ferryman Welcomes Brian d’Arcy James, Holley Fain & a Company of New Stars by Andy Lefkowitz

A talented slate of stage veterans join the cast of Jez Butterworth's fiery new drama The Ferryman beginning on February 19. They replace the original company of principal stars, who pla…

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Ainsley Melham Takes a Magic Carpet Ride into Broadway's Aladdin by Andy Lefkowitz

Make way! Ainsley Melham, celebrated star of the Australian and London productions of Disney's Aladdin, joins the hit Broadway production at the New Amsterdam Theatre beginning on Februa…

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‘Black Panther’ designer Ruth Carter on her start, Spike Lee by Jonathan Landrum Jr. | ap

Outtakes: ‘Black Panther’ designer on start in the film industry, the sketch from her early work that she keeps and working with Spike Lee

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Christopher Wheeldons’ “Alice im Wunderland” at Bayerische Staatsoper, Hamburg by Blouin Artinfo

Bayerische Staatsoper, Hamburg presents “Alice im Wunderland” (“Alice in Wonderland”), a ballet performance choreographed by Christopher Wheeldon and composed by Joby Talbot and Nich…

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Finnish and French Masterworks at Carnegie Hall, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Oratorio Society of New York will present a new musical show, Finnish and French Masterworks on February 25, 2019, in the Stern Auditorium/Perelman Stage.The show Finnish and French Masterwo…

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Reflections of Derek Jarman by Darryl Reilly

The iconoclastic gay British film director sadly died 25 years ago today at the age of 52 from AIDS. Encountering him from afar made a great impression on me. The post Reflections of Derek …

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Barbican Screens “Capernaum” in Oscar Week 2019 by Blouin Artinfo

Barbican Cinema in London will screen for the members, “Capernaum,” a 150 min feature film by Nadine Labaki from February 24 through February 28, 2019, during the Oscar Week 2019.“Cape…

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“Stabat Mater” at Bolshoi Theatre, Moscow by Blouin Artinfo

Bolshoi Theatre is hosting a musical stage performance of Giovanni Battista Pergolesi’s “Stabat Mater,” at Boris Pokrovsky Chamber Stage (Nikolskaya, 17/1), on February 24, 2019.The 50…

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DC Dubs 2019 “DC’s Year of the Villain” by Blouin Artinfo

DC has announced it is planning to release an exclusive original comic, “DC’s Year of the Villain,” on Wednesday, May 1, as comic book retailers nationwide prepare for Free Comic Book …

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Ainsley Melham and Mike Longo Join Broadway's Aladdin February 19 by Ryan McPhee

The two played appeared in the Disney musical in Australia and on tour, respectively.

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Ryann Redmond Joins Broadway’s Frozen as Olaf; Noah J. Ricketts and Joe Carroll Also Among New Principals by Ryan McPhee

The Disney musical continues to play Broadway’s St. James Theatre.

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Graciela Iturbide in Boston: from slaughter to surrealism

The photographer’s images of her native Mexico, on show in Boston’s Museum of Fine Arts, revel in the country’s extremes

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Royal Ballet stars soar above Acosta’s mediocre Don Quixote

Buoyant Marianela Nuñez and witty Vadim Muntagirov lead bravura dance performances

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Lynn Nottage's By the Way, Meet Vera Stark Opens Off-Broadway February 19 by Olivia Clement

Kamilah Forbes directs the Signature Theatre revival, which stars Jessica Frances Dukes in the title role.

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Merrily We Roll Along Opens Off-Broadway February 19 by Olivia Clement

Fiasco Theater brings its signature style to an all-new production of the Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical.

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World Premiere of Diana Musical, About Late Princess Diana, Begins Previews February 19 by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Christopher Ashley directs the new musical at La Jolla Playhouse.

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Broadway’s The Ferryman Welcomes New Company, Including Brian d’Arcy James, Emily Bergl, Shuler Hensley by Andrew Gans

The new cast members begin performances February 19 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

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