Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Book Review: “Your Duck Is My Duck’ — Not Enough Tingles by Roberta Silman

Deborah Eisenberg's stories pull you in and imitate life in an uncanny way.

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Track-by-Track Breakdown: The Bengsons on Crafting Their Hundred Days Score by Playbill Staff

Real-life couple Abigail and Shaun Bengson go deep on their eclectic score, preserved on a new cast album.

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New York Philharmonic, Metropolitan Opera Struggle To Find Their Way by Jeff Lunden

The New York Philharmonic launches its season with a new music director and executive director. The Metropolitan Opera's season starts with a young music director.

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Hints at Taylor Swift's Role in the Cats Film by Andy Lefkowitz

It's hard to believe that the premiere of the Cats film is more than a year away. The movie musical based on Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit Broadway show won't debut until December 20…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway: Shonda Rhimes Gives Her Name to Kerry Washington’s “American Son,” Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous” Almost a Musical by Roger Friedman

Broadway is bursting with news this morning. First of all, Cameron Crowe‘s Oscar nominated 2000 movie “Almost Famous” is being turned into Categories: Featured Movies T…

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Inside the Special Screening for Dominique Morisseau’s Pipeline by Hannah Vine

The Lincoln Center Theater production will be presented in movie theatres in October.

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Who Will Taylor Swift Play in CATS Film? Andrew Lloyd Webber Reveals Her Role! by Alexa Criscitiello

As BroadwayWorld reported in July, Academy Award-winner Jennifer Hudson will lead Tom Hooper's upcoming film adaptation of CATs as 'Grizabella', alongside Ian McKellen, James Corden, and Tay…

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Great Performances to Premiere AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, THE SOUND OF MUSIC, and More of 'Broadway's Best' by TV News Desk

Great Performances presents more of the Great White Way's brightest stars with a new Broadway's Best lineup premiering Fridays, November 2-23 at 9 p.m. on PBS check local listings. Returning…

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Laurie Davidson Joins the Film Adaptation of CATS by TV News Desk

Laurie Davidson has joined the cast of CATS, according to Deadline. The Universal Pictures and Working Title film is based on Andrew Lloyd Webber's classic hit musical.

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Broadway Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month at VIVA BROADWAY- Watch Live at 4:30pm! by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway League is gearing up forViva Broadway, celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month, todayin Duffy Square W 46th St. amp Broadway. The free outdoor celebration will be hosted by singer, …

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Here She Comes! Betty Buckley-Led HELLO, DOLLY! Tour Launches from Utica Today by BroadwayWorld

Here she comes, world Today, September 25,the first national tour of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Revival of Hello, Dolly, starring Tony Award winner Betty Buckley, launches from the …

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DEAR EVAN HANSEN Tour Launches Tonight from Denver! by BroadwayWorld

The smash hit musicalDear Evan Hansenis bringing the laughter and the tears to cities all around the country starting this fall. Performances begin tonight, September 25, at the Denver Cente…

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Broken Nose Theatre sets cast for 'Plainclothes' by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, Broken Nose Theatre announced casting for its world premiere of Spenser Davis’ dark comedy “Plainclothes,” under the co-direction of Kanomé Jones and Davis. The show will …

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Laurie Davidson Joins Jennifer Hudson, Taylor Swift, and More for Cats Movie by Ryan McPhee

The Tom Hooper-helmed film will be released in December 2019.

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Ralph Fiennes interview: 'The film world is too horrendous' by Sarah Crompton, Sarah Crompton

The actor on his latest role in the National Theatre's 'Antony and Cleopatra' and its themes of ageing, power and masculinity, his love of Shakespeare, and not always being typecast as a 'tw…

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Read the Reviews for the Metropolitan Opera’s New Samson et Dalila by Ryan McPhee

The Darko Tresnjak-helmed production kicked off the Met’s 2018–2019 season September 24.

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BroadwayCon Industry Day Returns For a Second Year by Sit-Admin

After a successful debut in 2018, the second annual BroadwayCon Industry Day returns to NYC New York, New York (September […] The post BroadwayCon Industry Day Returns For a Second Yea…

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Review: Alan Fielden with JAMS: Marathon, Barbican Theatre by Sebastian Calver

Marathon is the thought process you experience when watching the news: what’s wrong with the world today? Heart-breaking story after heart-breaking story. Who’s going to do anyt…

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Review: 4:48 Psychosis, New Diorama Theatre by Alice Devoy

Although Sarah Kane’s 4.48 Psychosis is a play familiar to most people in touch with the world of theatre, Paula Garfield has directed a first: the only production of 4.48 Psychosis to be …

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BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Sessions Opens Up the Mic to Jamie Cepero, Corey Mach & More! by Ben Cameron

We recently wished happy birthday to our resident musical genius Joshua Stephen Kartes at a special open mic event. Singers from Japan to England and back again joined together to showcase t…

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Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of I WAS MOST ALIVE WITH YOU? by Review Roundups

Playwrights Horizons is currently hosting the premiere production of Craig Lucas' I Was Most Alive with You. Let's see what the critics had to say.

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VIDEO: Barbra Streisand Hits the Recording Studio for New Album! by BroadwayWorld

Living legend Barbra Streisand is hard at work on her next album. She told Variety earlier this year 'The next one I'm doing is called 'What's on My Mind.' I have to express myself in these …

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VIDEO: Go Behind The Scenes of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA with Ali Ewoldt's Instagram Takeover! by Jeffrey Vizcaino

BroadwayWorld has an inside look at The Phantom of the Opera as Ali Ewoldttook over the BWW Instragram this past Saturday, and gave followers a behind the scenes look at the Majestic Theater…

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Dates Set for PBS Broadcasts of U.K. An American in Paris and The Sound of Music by Andrew Gans

The Great Performances series will also feature documentaries about John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons and Tony winner Harold Prince.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Nell Benjamin & Duncan Sheik's Because of Winn Dixie Musical Set for Goodspeed's 2019 Season by Andy Lefkowitz

Because of Winn Dixie, a musical collaboration from Broadway hitmakers Nell Benjamin and Duncan Sheik, based on the award-winning novel by Kate DiCamillo, will arrive in Connecticut in 2019 …

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Go Inside Laramie: A Legacy With Mary Louise Parker, Adam Rippon, and More by Marc J. Franklin

The benefit reading honored Matthew Shepard and the progress that has been made to erase hate since his death.

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BWW Review: THE OTHER PLACE, Park Theatre by Laura Jones

Following a successful off-Broadway and Broadway run in 2011 and 2013 respectively, and Tony Award nominations, Sharr White's The Other Place has transferred to London's Park Theatre for its…

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Kenny Leon To Step Down As True Colors Theatre Company's Artistic Director by BroadwayWorld

True Colors Theatre Company proudly announced today the appointment of Jamil Jude to the role of artistic director for the theater, effective at the beginning of the 2019-20 season. A champi…

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VIDEO: Lea Salonga Goes Retro with Performance of 'Take On Me' by BroadwayWorld

Lea Salonga recently held a press conference to announce her upcoming 40th Anniversary Concert already sold out where she performed a beautiful rendition of 'Take on Me', watch below

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Six Questions with Mother/Daughter Cabaret Duo, Evangeline and Ariana Johns

VANJARI: The Mother/Daughter Cabaret!, starring Evangeline Johns and Ariana Johns, at Don’t Tell Mama on Tuesday, September 25th at 7:00 PM. Musical Direction is by Darryl Curry and stagin…

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Cervantes Theatre: The Spanish-speaking world’s pioneering home in the UK by Nick Awde

Founded in 2016, the Cervantes Theatre is the only venue in London producing plays simultaneously in two languages. Its associate director tells

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PHOTOS: Sneak a peek into rehearsals for Parents’ Evening + #SchooldaySelfies by Featured Content

British-born stage and screenwriter Bathsheba Doran is coming home care of Jermyn Street Theatre's European premiere production of her 2010 hit Off-Broadway hit Parents' Evening, which start…

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Athletic Kinesthetic Action On Stage by Dan O'Neil

Their movement allows them to take up all the space, filling the stage all the way to the frame.

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Take a Look at Bedlam's Uncle Romeo Vanya Juliet Off-Broadway by Hannah Vine

The mash-up of the two classic plays began performances September 14 in the Mezzanine Theatre at A.R.T./New York Theatres.

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Playing to the Gods: Sarah Bernhardt, Eleonora Duse, and the Rivalry That Changed Acting Forever by New York Theater

Sarah Bernhardt remains the most famous stage actress of all time, the subject of the play Bernhardt/Hamlet on Broadway. But during her lifetime she had a rival, Eleanora Duse. The two didn…

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Review: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. Director Judith Ivey puts her stamp on Williams’ steamy drama by Jayne Blanchard

Hold onto summer heat and humid emotions just a little while longer with Baltimore Center Stage’s juicy production of Cat on a Hot Tin Roof. The lies we tell ourselves so we can sleep and …

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TARTUFFE                 Swan, Stratford upon Avon by Libby Purves and Friends

MOLIERE IN THE MODERN MIDLANDS           It says something good about our arts establishment  that this sharp caper comes from the Royal Shakespeare Company, not some daring pub-r…

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Richard Twyman: ‘I’m intent on taking English Touring Theatre on a journey’ by Tim Bano

As the company celebrates its 25th anniversary, the award-winning director tells Tim Bano the occasion is giving him a chance to take

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Santino Fontana to Guest Star on Improvisational Mockumentary Theatre Podcast by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony nominee's episode of Support This Podcast debuts the morning after Fontana opens the Broadway-bound musical Tootsie in Chicago.

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Das Rheingold, Royal Opera House — bursting with detail

Alan Oke’s brilliant portrayal of Loge is among the highlights of Keith Warner’s production, now in its final run

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An Interview with Jennifer Ashley Tepper: Producer, Programming Director, Author, and Dynamo! by Deb Miller

Currently the Creative and Programming Director at Feinstein’s/54 Below, Jennifer Ashley Tepper has been responsible for curating and overseeing over 3500 shows to date at the world-cl…

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Only Connect by American Theatre Editors

The education and engagement programs at theatre companies remind us what this field is all about, and who it's for.

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Engage! by American Theatre Editors

As theatres claim a role at the center of community life, the aim is transformation, not transaction.

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Come On Up to Pillsbury House by American Theatre Editors

How co-artistic directors Faye Price and Noël Raymond of the Minneapolis theatre organization infuse the arts into everyday life.

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Talkback Backtalk by American Theatre Editors

Up for a post-show discussion? Four a.d.s explain why they are---and you just might be too.

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Studies in Education by American Theatre Editors

From critical literacy programs to touring bilingual productions, theatres are going back to school to make a difference

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Watch Cuba Gooding Jr. Discuss Return to Broadway in Tony-Winning Revival of Chicago by Andrew Gans

The Oscar winner steps into the role of Billy Flynn in October.

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Kenny Leon to Step Down From True Colors Theatre Company by Olivia Clement

Jamil Jude, True Colors' associate artistic director, will step into the leadership position in 2019.

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Watch & Learn by American Theatre Editors

What shows are education and engagement directors looking forward to, and who do they look up to? We asked and they told us.

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Here, There, and Everywhere: The Alliance Theatre’s Season On the Road by American Theatre Editors

How Atlanta’s flagship theatre planned and staged an entire season off-campus, and what they learned about their city and their audience in the bargain.

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Flip Through the Bernhardt/Hamlet Opening Night Playbill by Hannah Vine

Theresa Rebeck's new play opens at the American Airlines Theatre September 25.

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East 15 Acting School tops Times and Sunday Times university guide for drama by Giverny Masso

East 15 Acting School in Essex has topped the Times and Sunday Times Good University Guide 2019 for drama. The ranking system

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Janie Dee and Robert Glenister join Pinter at the Pinter season by Georgia Snow

Janie Dee, Robert Glenister and John Heffernan are the latest actors to join the Pinter at the Pinter season, celebrating the playwright’s

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John Doyle & Jon Batiste at Work on New Broadway Musical Based on Life of Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat by Andy Lefkowitz

A new musical is in development charting the work of Jean-Michel Basquiat, who is widely considered one of the most important artists of the 20th century. The Broadway-bound show is to featu…

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This Year’s Gender & Period Count: The Best Numbers Yet by American Theatre Editors

The momentum behind gender parity in the American theatre seems unmistakable, with 30 percent of all plays and 40 percent of new ones written by women.

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For National One Hit Wonder Day: K-Tel’s “Goofy Greats” by Trav S.D.

This one’s been a long time coming! It’s occurred to me in recent years just how influential my K-Tel novelty records were on me as a kid. From a distance these old novelty hits …

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Merle Debuskey, Dean of Theatrical Press Agents, Dies at 95 by Robert Simonson

Mr. Debuskey was one of the most prominent press agents ever to ply his trade on Broadway, and Joe Papp’s right-hand man.

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The Burning Fiery Furnace review at St Mary’s Church, Haddington – ‘an engaging semi-staging’ by Thom Dibdin

Benjamin Britten’s The Burning Fiery Furnace is a clever choice for the first collaboration between Scottish Opera and East Lothian’s Lammermuir Festival.

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Samuel French Acquires Performance Rights to Ken Ludwig Adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express by Andrew Gans

Ludwig’s stage adaptation debuted at the McCarter Theatre Center in 2017.

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‘Oceania’ art exhibition set to open at Royal Academy

Show features 200 treasures from Pacific Islands, a region under-represented in western galleries

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Photo Flash: First Look at Sophie Okonedo, Ralph Fiennes, and the Company of ANTONY AND CLEOPATRA by BroadwayWorld

Caesar and his assassins are dead. General Mark Antony now rules alongside his fellow defenders of Rome. But at the fringes of a war-torn empire the Egyptian Queen Cleopatra and Mark Antony …

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Meet the Cast of THE WAVERLY GALLERY- Now in Previews! by Julie Musbach

Preview performances begin tonight, Tuesday, September 25, for The Waverly Galleryon Broadway Get to know the cast below

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Audience Rewards Announces New VIP Membership Level To Celebrate 10th Anniversary by BroadwayWorld

In honor of its 10th anniversary, Audience Rewards, the nation's first and only loyalty program for patrons of the performing arts, is introducing a new VIP membership level. Audience Reward…

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VIDEO: Get A Sneak Peek At Goodspeed's THE DROWSY CHAPERONE by BroadwayWorld

Go inside rehearsals forGoodspeed Musicals' The Drowsy Chaperone. Check out footage from rehearsals below

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John Doyle Will Direct Musical About Life of Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat by BroadwayWorld

Alan D. Marks and Barbara Marks have announced the development of the Broadway bound original musical inspired by the life and art of Jean-Michel Basquiat. Jon Batiste The Late Show with Ste…

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Roundabout's BERNHARDT/HAMLET Opens Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company presents the world premiere of the Roundabout-commissioned play BernhardtHamlet by Pulitzer finalist Theresa Rebeck, directed by Tony nominee Moritz von Stuelpnage…

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VIDEO: Sassy Ladies Speak Up in First Edition of MT Shorts, HEY BEAUTIFUL by Stage Tube

MT Shorts just released its first original musical short film, Hey, Beautiful by award-winning composing team Nat Zegree and Eric Holmes, starring Ashley Loren and directed by Kenneth Ferron…

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Cast announced for Guys and Dolls at the Royal Albert Hall

Casting has been announced for the new Royal Albert Hall concert production of Guys and Dolls. Meet the men and women of Guys and Dolls below.

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New immersive theatre space to be launched in London by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo What is thought to be the UK’s first purpose-built immersive theatre space is set to launch in Southwark in London in November. Building has begun on The Buzz as part of th…

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Official: Cameron Crowe, Tom Kitt & Jeremy Herrin Will Adapt ALMOST FAMOUS Into a Musical! by BroadwayWorld

It's all happening Almost two decades after the film's release, Almost Famous might be heading to the stage. Creator Cameron Crowe hints at a musical adaptation of his film in a recent Tweet…

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Review: The Last American Hammer from UrbanArias by Susan Galbraith

What an opening for an opera! After a low tremolo on the bass and some nice string section writing as violins, viola, and cello join in, suddenly on stage appears a bearded, para-military du…

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Basquiat Musical In Development For Broadway By ‘Late Show’ Bandleader Jon Batiste by Greg Evans

Artist Jean-Michel Basquiat will be the subject of a new Broadway-bound musical composed by Jon Batiste, bandleader and musical director of CBS’ The Late Show with Stephen Colbert. Th…

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First Look at Sophie Okonedo and Ralph Fiennes in Antony & Cleopatra at the National by Hannah Vine

Directed by Simon Godwin, the new production of Shakespeare’s classic plays the Olivier Theatre.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 9/23/2018: The September Slip

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending September 23, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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‘We want to challenge both ourselves and the audience’: Falling Doors Theatre presents The Nether at Liverpool’s Hope Street Theatre by Vicky Anderson

The Nether is the latest production from Falling Doors Theatre which was set up by Sarah Van Parys in 2014 after she graduated from the Young Everyman and Playhouse YEP directors’ course.

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Goodspeed Revives Loving Musical Parody 'The Drowsy Chaperone' by Christopher Arnott

Goodspeed actors agree: “There’s a little Man in Chair in all of us.” John Scherer and John Rapson each utter that illuminating comment in separate phone interviews, describing the mus…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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All About Eve play to be scored by PJ Harvey

It has just been confirmed that seven-time Grammy Award-nominated artist PJ Harvey is set to provide the score for All About Eve. The news follows an announcement made last week that the 195…

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Tony Winner John Doyle Will Direct New Musical Based on Life and Art of Jean-Michel Basquiat by Andrew Gans

Jon Batiste will pen the music and lyrics for the Broadway-aimed production.

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Are you in the Seattle Area? I will be. Come say hello!

Hey readers . . . especially you out there on the Northwest Coast. I’ll be in the Seattle area this weekend participating on the Jury of the very cool Fifth Avenue Theatre “First…

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Everything you need to know about Waitress by Carly-Ann Clements

From its creation to handy travel tips, here's everything you need to know about Waitress - opening at the Adelphi Theatre in February 2019. The post Everything you need to know about Waitre…

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Almost Famous Is Being Made into a Broadway Musical by Andy Lefkowitz

The acclaimed 2000 film Almost Famous will soon sing out onstage. The flick's Oscar-winning screenwriter and director Cameron Crowe is adapting his iconic work into a main-stem musical, …

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Goodspeed Plans Billy Elliot, Because of Winn Dixie, and Passing Through by Adam Hetrick

The season in Connecticut will launch in April with The Music Man.

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Halsey, Hammersmith Apollo, London — between edginess and mass appeal

Splashy dance routines and hefty pop choruses embellished songs about mental health and drug use

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Lionel Loueke Group, Pizza Express Jazz Club, London — gripping and emotional

The guitarist successfully fused jazz tradition, African heritage and new technology into a gentle, song-based aesthetic

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Almost Famous Musical in the Works From Cameron Crowe and Tom Kitt by Andrew Gans

Jeremy Herrin will direct the musical, based on Crowe's 2000 film.

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An ‘Almost Famous’ musical is in development by Caitlin Huston

A musical adaptation of “Almost Famous” is in development and will feature music by Tom Kitt. The musical is produced by Lia Vollack, on behalf of Columbia Live Stage, Joey Parne…

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Cameron Crowe’s ‘Almost Famous’ Heading To Broadway As A Musical by Greg Evans

The golden gods are coming to Broadway: Almost Famous, Cameron Crowe’s 2000 semi-autographical film about a young journalist interviewing and befriending a notorious rock band and its …

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North Shore Jekyll & Hyde, Starring Constantine Maroulis and Diana DeGarmo, Begins September 25 by Andrew Gans

Original Jekyll & Hyde star Robert Cuccioli directs.

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Photo Coverage: Broadway Comes Out to Celebrate Andrew Lloyd Webber at American Theatre Wing Gala! by Jennifer Broski

Just last night, The American Theatre Wingcelebrated 101 Years of supporting strong and fearless voices in the American Theatre witha tribute to Andrew Lloyd Webber's unrivaled body of work …

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of DANIEL'S HUSBAND by Walter McBride

DANIEL'S HUSBAND - a new play by Michael McKeever, directed by Joe Brancato - will open this fall Off-Broadway at The Westside Theatre 407 West 43 St. The cast of the show met the press yest…

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Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Gabrielle Union-Wade And More Join Producing Team of AMERICAN SON by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway premiere of AMERICAN SON has just announced additions to its producing team. The play will be co-produced by a team that includes Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Gabrielle Un…

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet With the Cast and Creatives of LARAMIE: A LEGACY by Walter McBride

Tectonic Theater Project presented LARAMIE A LEGACY, a reading of The Laramie Project honoring the life and legacy of Matthew Shepard for the 20th anniversary of his death, on Monday, Septem…

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Breaking: Nell Benjamin & Duncan Sheik's BECAUSE OF WINN DIXIE Set for Goodspeed's 2019 Season; Plus THE MUSIC MAN, BILLY ELLIOT, and More! by BroadwayWorld

Last night during an exclusive Member event, Michael Gennaro, Goodspeed's Executive Director, announced the next season at The Goodspeed along with two tremendous new musicals set for The Te…

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at Audience Rewards' 10th Anniversary Celebration by Walter McBride

The stars came out last night to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Audience Rewards. Among those in attendance were presenters Kerry Washington, Daniel Radcliffe and Steven Pasquale, along w…

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Watch Hailey Kilgore Record ‘Waiting for Life’ at Once On This Island Recording Session by Adam Hetrick

Kilgore was Tony-nominated for her performance in the Ahrens and Flaherty musical.

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Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Gabrielle Union-Wade, More Join Producing Team of Broadway's American Son by Ryan McPhee

The Kenny Leon-helmed production, starring Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale, begins October 6.

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Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith Join Producers Of Broadway’s ‘American Son’; Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale Star by Greg Evans

Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Gabrielle Union-Wade and Dwyane Wade have added their names to the co-producers team for Broadway’s upcoming American Son starring Kerry Washington a…

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Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith, Gabrielle Union-Wade join producing team of ‘American Son’ by Caitlin Huston

Shonda Rhimes, Jada Pinkett Smith and Gabrielle Union-Wade have joined “American Son” as co-producers. They join Simpson Street, the producing company of star Kerry Washington, as well a…

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Designer Jessica Staton: ‘Sometimes I feel like a jack of all trades’ by Giverny Masso

Jessica Staton was nominated in the design category of The Stage Debut Awards 2017 for Extra Yarn at the Orange Tree Theatre

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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The Impact of Youth Theatre in Palestine by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Ashley Marinaccio. Ashley Marinaccio examines the importance of youth theatre in Palestine through the work of a number of organizations, including ASHTAR Theatre, the Freedom Theatre, an…

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FEATURED SHOW: The Sword of Alex at the White Bear, ★★★★★ reviews & new vox pops are in! by Featured Content

Where do the political and the personal meet... and, indeed, mirror one another? How dangerous is the rising tide of nationalism? Rib Davis' latest stage play The Sword of Alex has got peopl…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, September 25, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Read Reviews for I Was Most Alive With You by Olivia Clement

See what critics think of Craig Lucas' new play, directed by Tyne Rafaeli, which officially opened September 24 at Playwrights Horizons.

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New musical about the life of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat in development by Caitlin Huston

A new musical about the life of artist Jean-Michel Basquiat is in development. Producers Alan D. Marks and Barbara Marks have obtained the rights to Basquiat’s art work and personal archiv…

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Lila Neugebauer on Broadway by Victoria Myers

For the last few years, there has been increasing interest around director Lila Neugebauer, with many theatre-watchers wondering when she’d make her Broadway debut. Well, now she is, with …

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Mamie Parris Returns to Broadway’s School of Rock September 25 by Andrew Gans

Parris, who created the part of Patty, steps into the role of Principal Rosalie Mullins.

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4.48 Psychosis review – Kane's swansong is spoken, signed, mimed and danced by Miriam Gillinson

New Diorama, LondonSarah Kane’s play becomes an exploration of living with profound disability in Deafinitely Theatre’s productionSarah Kane’s gruelling last play feels doubly painful …

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Off-Broadway Review: “I Was Most Alive with You” at Playwrights Horizons Mainstage by David Roberts

“I Was Most Alive with You” explores the complex ways we communicate with or without speaking and hearing. Whether our language is English or ASL, how we insinuate, describe, perceive, …

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More stars join Pinter At The Pinter season line-up by Robin Johnson

Yet more stars of the stage have joined the Pinter At The Pinter season, the unprecedented celebratory season of the Nobel Prize winning playwright. The post More stars join Pinter At The Pi…

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R.I.P. Mary Carlisle: The Last WAMPAS Baby Star by Trav S.D.

I didn’t get the memo until just now (5 weeks late): Mary Carlisle, the last surviving WAMPAS Baby Star, passed away on August 1 at the age of 104. Carlisle was born Gwendolyn Witter i…

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‘Shaping up to be a brilliantly crafted show’: Behind the scenes at the Natural History Museum for The Wider Earth by Debbie Gilpin

First announced back in July, David Morton’s play The Wider Earth about Charles Darwin will be settling in at the Natural History Museum at the beginning of next month in a brand new theat…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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The Other Place review at Park Theatre, London – ‘a compelling play about dementia’ by Jn Benjamin

In Sharr White’s The Other Place, Juliana Smithton (Karen Archer) tells the story of her life: she loves spending time with her

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Review: Radical Acts at Bradford Club by Catherine Love

Building community: Catherine Love writes on a quietly radical performance, part of a series of public interventions by Common Wealth. The post Review: Radical Acts at Bradford Club appeared…

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Hurricane Party by Sandi Durell

      By Marcina Zaccaria   A storm tests everyone. It tests relationships, personal boundaries, and most of all, endurance. In Hurricane Party by David Thigpen, the stor…

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THE WIDER EARTH Opens at the Natural History Museum in One Week by BroadwayWorld

In only one week's time, doors will open to a new 357-seat theatre at the Natural History Museum for the award-winning Darwin drama The Wider Earth. Following sold-out seasons in Brisbane a…

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Wagner's DIE WALKURE to be Broadcast Live To UK Cinemas by BroadwayWorld

Die Walkure, the second opera in Wagner's four-opera cycle Der Ring des Nibelungen will be brought to life in cinemas around the world on Sunday 28 October. Broadcast live from the Royal Ope…

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BWW TV: Meet the Creatives Behind HEATHERS THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld TV

Following a hit run at The Other Palace, Heathers The Musical is now playing at Theatre Royal Haymarket in the West End. Watch our video interview with the creative teambelow

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VIDEO: WICKED's Jessica Vosk Goes Behind the Scenes of Her Life at Work and Home by Stage Tube

Jessica Vosk left her career in finance and took a chance on her dreams. Now she's starring as Elphaba in Wicked on Broadway Vosk brought 2020 behind the scenes of her life at work and at ho…

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BWW's On This Day - September 25, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 25 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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The Stage Scholarships past winners: where are they now? by Paul Vale

For nearly 30 years, The Stage and the UK’s top stage schools, drama schools and academies have offered free or subsidised places

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The Show People Podcast: Simon Lipkin has funny bones by Andrew Keates

In this episode of The Show People Podcast, host Andrew Keates was joined by Simon Lipkin, just before he went into rehearsal for Nativity – The Musical – a show that is led by improvisa…

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Watch: @eugeniusuk’s @DanBuckley1989 & @Melissajames91 doing the ‘No Pants Dance’ in a brand new video

Fans of Eugenius! The Musical are going to love this. Not only do they get to see Daniel Buckley’s Feris and Melissa James’ Super Hot Lady strutting their stuff in this hilarious ‘No P…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Trial by Laughter review at Watermill Theatre, Newbury – ‘Ian Hislop and Nick Newman’s courtroom comedy’ by Dave Fargnoli

With our current crop of world leaders often seemingly beyond parody, Trial by Laughter is a timely reminder that political incompetence, corruption,

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The Other Place review – rage, confusion and compassion in dementia drama by Michael Billington

Park theatre, LondonKaren Archer gives a fine performance as a woman experiencing cognitive difficulties in Sharr White’s playHow do you dramatise dementia? Not easily. But Sharr White, in…

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Welcome to the Theatre! The Broadway Debuts of Bernhardt/Hamlet by JK

Bernhardt/HamletOpening Night: Tuesday, September 25, 2018American Airlines TheatreCongratulations to the following cast members making their Broadway debut tonight!Matthew Amendt(Understudy…

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Benidorm Live review at Playhouse Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘saucy humour’ by Thom Dibdin

The long-running ITV sitcom Benidorm gets an extended remix by creator Derren Little in this live stage show. It brings together six

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: EYAM at Shakespeare’s Globe by Emma Clarendon

The reviews are in for Matt Hartley’s Eyam, playing at the Shakespeare’s Globe until the 13 October. Love London Love Culture rounds them up…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: DIRTY DANCING, Theatre Royal Brighton by Fiona Scott

Dirty Dancing was a box office hit in 1987, a coming-of-age summer romance between dance partners-cum-lovers FrancesBaby Kira Malou and Johnny Michael O'Reilly. The film was first adapted fo…

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Pedestrianised zone outside Shaftesbury Theatre to reintegrate it with ‘the public realm’ by Matthew Hemley

A redevelopment of the Shaftesbury Theatre in London’s West End has been granted planning permission, which will see the venue add foyer

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David Attenborough claims BBC ‘does not do enough to promote arts and culture’ by Georgia Snow

David Attenborough has criticised the BBC for not programming enough arts and culture on its channels, claiming it has a responsibility to

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The New York Innovation Theatre Foundation Announces The Recipients Of The 2018 IT Awards by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, September 24, 2018 Innovative Theatre Foundation, the organization who for the past 14 years has been dedicated to celebrating Off-Off-Broadway, presented 26 awards and four honor…

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri & Dead Puppet Society creators for The Wider Earth at the Natural History Museum by Terri Paddock

As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 9 October 2018, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will quiz the creators (and the puppets?) behind one of the biggest theatrical eve…

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Das Rheingold review at Royal Opera House, London – ‘savvy stagecraft’ by George Hall

First seen in 2004, Das Rheingold, the first instalment of Keith Warner’s production of Wagner’s Ring, is back as the prelude to

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‘Its resonance is in its relatability to the here & now’: THE SWORD OF ALEX – White Bear Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

Written by Rib Davis and directed by Brian Woolland, The Sword of Alex examines through a fictional scenario the inherent contradictions in ‘independence’ and ‘keeping the status quo…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Further Casting Announced For PINTER AT THE PINTER by BroadwayWorld

An exciting group of theatre stars have joined The Jamie Lloyd Company's Pinter at the Pinter season, which began its unprecedented celebration of Harold Pinter this month, featuring all the…

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STREET REQUIEM - For Those Who Have Died On The Street to Have its London Premiere by BroadwayWorld

The London premiere of Street Requiem - for those who have died on the street, by Kathleen McGuire, Andy Payne and Jonathon Welch, will take place at 8pm, Friday September 28th at the Centra…

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West End WAITRESS Tickets Are Now On Sale! by BroadwayWorld

Tickets are now on sale for the UK premiere of the Tony Award-nominated Waitress The smash hit Broadway musical will begin preview performances on 8 February ahead of its official opening ni…

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On the Couch with Tammy Anderson by Arts Review

Who is Tammy Anderson? I’m a proud mum and young grandmother and a passionate dedicated artist dabbling in all the things I love, acting, writing, directing, and producing. What would you …

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Brief 9/25: BERNHARDT/HAMLET Opens, THE WAVERLY GALLERY Begins Previews, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories BernhardtHamlet officially opens, The Waverly Gallery begins previews, and more

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WATCH: Does today’s gender politics demand a new ending for Much Ado? The Much Ado About Salsa team think so by Featured Content

As SummerLight Theatre moves into London's Drayton Arms Theatre in south Kensington, with a three-week season of their bard-on-the-dancefloor hit Much Ado About Salsa, the company have relea…

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National Theatre Wales row risks ignoring audiences | Gareth Llŷr Evans by Gareth Llŷr Evans

An open letter signed by 40 Welsh playwrights criticising NTW doesn’t take into account audiences’ responses to the company’s recent showsLast week, Wales Arts Review published an open…

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What The Butler Saw by Arts Review

Laying out a smorgasbord of politically-incorrect taboos in deliberately bad taste, attacking society’s hypocrisy and the established order with his delicious brand of outrageous and subve…

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The Green Room: What’s the difference between acting for the stage and screen? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​​​​​​​ Gary

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Writer and director John King: ‘You get used to being the only Irish person in a room’ by John Byrne

I shared the first 10 pages of my play Eris with my friend Laura in 2016. We had both been chosen to

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Lighting designer and teacher Sofia Alexiadou: ‘Inspiration hides in the most unpredictable places’ by John Byrne

How did you start in theatre? During my master’s degree in Theatre Studies, I watched a performance of Henry IV (Enrico IV)

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‘I just wish I could have felt more engaged’: THE WOODS – Royal Court Theatre ★★★ by Carole Woddis

You enter dark places when you enter the Royal Court and sometimes that can be enthralling and exhilarating. But there needs to be some kind of uplift. Sadly this time, it wasn’t present.

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Want to design a mini golf hole? This St. Louis art gallery wants your ideas.

Response to the indoor "Golf the Galleries" at The Sheldon Art Galleries was so great this summer, they decided to do it again next year.

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Booking period announced for West End transfer of Waitress

Sugar, spice, and everything nice! The West End transfer of Waitress announces its official performance dates. Waitress tickets on sale now!

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585: Hamilton - Young, Scrappy and... Flawed? by MusicalTalk

Is Hamilton the second-coming of musical theatre as so many people claim it to be or is it a bit flawed beneath the surface?  Whatever your views on the piece may be - it certainly has its …

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Interview: Lea Salonga Discusses Her UK Tour by Fiona Scott

Lea Salonga has come a long way since her Olivier and Tony Award-winning debut as Kim in Miss Saigon.In addition to her film, recording and performing career, she's been treadingthe boards w…

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Objects of Fame: Nellie Melba and Percy Grainger by Arts Review

The lives of two of Australia’s most talented, world renowned musicians of their time will be revealed in Objects of Fame: Nellie Melba and Percy Grainger – a new exhibition curren…

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Denis Podalydès’ “Lucrèce Borgia” at Comédie-Française by Blouinartinfo

Comedie-Francaise, Paris, will stage Victor Hugo’s classic work “Lucrece Borgia” directed by Denis Podalydes. The play, which is about incestuous love and fatal guilt, will be on stage…

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The Australian Ballet and Queensland Ballet reveal 2019 programs by Deborah Jones

Alice Topp was yesterday named The Australian Ballet’s fourth resident choreographer, joining Stephen Baynes and Stanton Welch, (both appointed in 1995) and Tim Harbour (2014). Topp, a cor…

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How the ICA is bringing performance back and wants to ‘set the agenda’ by Matt Trueman

After dropping live art a decade ago, the multidisciplinary venue’s performance programme is experiencing a renaissance under director Stefan Kalmar. He talks

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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FAITH ERODES by Joe Dziemianowicz

Craig Lucas latest play takes on a cluttered mess of themes – with two sets of actors to make it extra complicated.

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“Night of Kings or Whatever You Want” at Comédie-Française, Paris by Blouinartinfo

Comedie-Francaise, Paris, will soon stage Thomas Ostermeier’s “Night of Kings or Whatever You Want.” The production will be on stage from September 22, 2018, through February 28, 2019.…

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Patti Smith Finishes Three Night Stand in NYC for Audible with Extraordinary Performance by Roger Friedman

Patti Smith is nearing 72 years on this planet and I only mention that because it seems impossible. Her performance last night Categories: Featured Music Theater(Read more...)

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Francesco Cilea’s “Adriana Lecouvreur” at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Francesco Cilea’s “Adriana Lecouvreur” will be on stage from December 31, 2018 through January 26, 2019 at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York.“Adriana Lecouvreur” unfolds in Pa…

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'He was flying': how Rudolph Nureyev defied gravity by Sarah Crompton

He was an explosively powerful dancer whose grace and beauty revolutionised ballet. Has anyone ever leapt higher? As two Nureyev films appear, we remember the impoverished Russian kid who el…

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Cult Singer-Songwriter Rodriguez at the Royal Albert Hall by Blouinartinfo

Sixto Diaz Rodriguez, the American artist popularly known as Rodriguez whose work was largely forgotten for decades, is set to return at London’s Royal Albert Hall. He will be on stage on …

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Paul Clayton: Should Spotlight advertise theatre jobs that don’t pay Equity minimum? by Paul Clayton

We are often told that actors like to be in the spotlight. Rather more pressing for us though, is that we have

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For freelance theatre workers, getting through the leaner times can take a little help from our friends by Katie Jackson

As a freelance, there will inevitably be times when the work runs out. If you’re lucky, this might only last a week

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Full Cast Announced for the World Premiere of “Hogarth's Progress” by Blouin Artinfo

Rose Theatre Kingston recently announced the full cast for Nick Dear’s double-bill “Hogarth’s Progress.”“Anthony Banks directs Bryan Dick as the younger William Hogarth in the firs…

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Papatango Announces Creative Team for “The Funeral Director” by Blouin Artinfo

Papatango recently announced the creative team for “The Funeral Director” by Iman Qureshi — winner of the 10th annual New Writing Prize. It is an incisive and heartfelt story of sexual…

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Netflix Original, “Yankee,” Starts Production in Mexico City by Blouin Artinfo

Netflix, the world's leading online entertainment service, announced the start of production of its new original series in Mexico City, “Yankee.” The series is scheduled to release in 20…

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The True by Wendy Caster

Is it ungrateful of me to wish that Sharr White's play, The True, presented by The New Group, had more to offer? Perhaps. After all, there is already much to like here: solid writi…

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I Was Most Alive With You by Wendy Caster

Craig Lucas's new play, I Was Most Alive With You, is impressively ambitious. Performed simultaneously in English and American Sign Language (ASL), with some use of supertitles, it is an ext…

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Anxiety Never Looked So Good: Anxiety is Orange by Lindsay Price

Does orange make you anxious? The vignette play for high school and middle school performers, Anxiety is Orange by Lindsay Price will help you navigate through it! Colours can be symbolic. R…

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Tuesday, September 25, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Janet McTeer Is a Trailblazing Stage Legend in Bernhardt/Hamlet by Andy Lefkowitz

Bernhardt/Hamlet, a world premiere play by Pulitzer finalist Theresa Rebeck, officially opens at the American Airlines Theatre on September 25. Directed by Tony nominee Moritz von Stuel…

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Kenneth Lonergan's The Waverly Gallery Begins Star-Packed Broadway-Premiere Engagement by Andy Lefkowitz

The Waverly Gallery, the acclaimed 1999 Pulitzer-finalist play by Oscar winner Kenneth Lonergan, begins its first Broadway run on September 25 at the Golden Theatre. Obie winner Lila Neugeba…

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Mamie Parris Takes on a New Role in Broadway's School of Rock by Andy Lefkowitz

Original School of Rock cast member Mamie Parris returns to the hit Broadway musical at the Winter Garden Theatre on September 25. Parris, who created the role of Patty in the Tony-nominated…

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Roadies: The Secret History of Australian Rock’n’Roll by Arts Review

This is your backstage pass to the hidden side of the music industry – the tantrums, the fights, the tensions, the indulgence, the sex, the alcohol, the drugs. The roadies see it al…

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BWW Review: Craig Lucas' Job-Inspired Drama, I WAS MOST ALIVE WITH YOU, Performed in Both Spoken English and ASL by Michael Dale

The press script provided to critics reviewing Craig Lucas' somber and overstuffed drama, I WAS MOST ALIVE WITH YOU, specifies that the play was created to be performed by Deaf and hearing a…

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Emilio and Gloria Estefan to Receive Gershwin Prize for Popular Song by BroadwayWorld

Variety has reported that legendary music power couple, Gloria and Emilio Estefan, have been selected as the next recipients of the Library of Congress Gershwin Prize for Popular Song.

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Some Last Thoughts On Conferences For Awhile (Probably) by Joe Patti

I know I have been harping a lot on conferences of late, but you know, ’tis the season! Because I had been in the process of moving to a new job, I just caught up with my blog feed thi…

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Australia Council prioritises arts and disability by Arts Review

The Australia Council for the Arts has committed $750k over three years to support sustainable careers and to recognise the artistic excellence of artists with a disability. Australia Counci…

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Hello, Dolly! National Tour, Starring Betty Buckley, Begins September 25 by Ryan McPhee

The stage and screen favorite takes on the title role as the Tony-winning revival travels across the country.

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NYIT Award Winners 2018: Off-Off Broadway’s Finest by New York Theater

Follies at the Astoria Performing Arts Center was a big winner in the 14th annual New York Innovative Theater Awards, which celebrates the best of the city’s independent theater  — aka …

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Kyle Abraham on Choreographing for New York City Ballet and Revisiting "Dearest Home" at The Joyce by The Dance Enthusiast

Kyle Abraham on Choreographing for New York City Ballet and Revisiting Dearest Home at The Joyce, "Dearest Home was a big shift. Making that work and getting it out was very important to m…

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The Waverly Gallery Begins Previews on Broadway September 25 by Olivia Clement

Elaine May, Joan Allen, David Cromer, Lucas Hedges, and Michael Cera star in Kenneth Lonergan’s 2001 Pulitzer Prize finalist.

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Theresa Rebeck's Bernhardt/Hamlet Opens on Broadway by Olivia Clement

Janet McTeer stars as 19th-century French trailblazer Sarah Bernhardt in the world premiere from Roundabout Theatre Company.

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First National Tour of Dear Evan Hansen Kicks Off in Denver September 25 by Olivia Clement

Ben Levi Ross stars in the title role in the Tony-winning musical's touring production.

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Rags Parkland Sings the Songs of the Future Begins September 25 at Ars Nova by Olivia Clement

Andrew R. Butler's sci-fi musical kicks off the company's new season.

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Glenn Close-Led Mother of the Maid Begins Off-Broadway September 25 by Olivia Clement

Tony winner Close stars as Joan of Arc's mother in the New York premiere of Jane Anderson’s play at The Public Theater.

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16 Musicals That Got Their Start at NAMT by Ruthie Fierberg

From The Drowsy Chaperone to Come From Away to Songs for a New World, the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s annual festival is a launchpad for the musical hits of tomorrow.

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