Saturday, July 11, 2020

ZOOM THEATER by Jeremy Gerard

Theater makers show their ability to adapt to our new reality in these two productions tailored to watching on a screen.

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Anna Netrebko, Jonas Kaufmann, and More Opera Stars to Headline Live Streamed Concerts in New Met Series by Ryan McPhee

The Metropolitan Opera will launch a ticketed concert series later this month in the absence of in-person audiences.

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Olivia Oguma’s Short Film Puts Artists of Color at the Center of Thornton Wilder's Our Town by Olivia Clement

Ann Harada, Thom Sesma, Mia Katigbak, Mirirai Sithole, Emma Ramos, and others bring an iconic monologue to life in their town. OUR town.

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Stars in the House Spotlights Allegro Wolf Arts Center With Taylor Eliason by Andrew Gans

Proceeds from the live stream will benefit the Nebraska theatre company.

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In Duse, Yermolova, Fedotova, Savina, Salvini, Chaliapin, Rossi, as well as in the actors of our Theatre when they appeared to best advantage in their roles, I felt he presence of something …

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Virtual Presentation of The Few, Starring Tony Nominee Gideon Glick, Streams July 11 by Dan Meyer

The one-night-only event reunites the original cast of the 2014 Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre production.

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Can You Name These Musicals Summarized From the Perspective of a Secondary Character? by Marc J. Franklin

Test your theatre knowledge based on these reimagined plots.

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Revisit Highlights From the History of Broadway Barks With Audra McDonald, Gavin Creel, and More by Marc J. Franklin

The 22nd installment of the annual pet adoption event, founded by Bernadette Peters and the late Mary Tyler Moore, will be held online July 16.

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Friday, July 10, 2020

Katori Hall Takes On Strip Clubs, Power, Sex, and The South in Her Explosive New Series P-Valley by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tina book writer and The Mountaintop playwright adapts her play Pussy Valley into an sizzling and raw show for Starz.

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Over 50 Artists, Including Jeremy Jordan, Laura Osnes, and Janet Dacal, Join Forces for Frank Wildhorn's 'Finding Wonderland' by Andrew Gans

The video aims to raise support for The World Health Organization’s COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund.

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South Florida Theatre League Taps 2020 Remy Award Winners by Bill Hirschman

The prestigious 2020 Remy Awards honoring “unsung heroes who provide outstanding service behind the scenes” have been announced by the South Florida Theatre League: Matt Stabile, Tim Dav…

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Joel Grey, Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Leigh Silverman, More to Direct in Two River Rising Reading Series by Dan Meyer

Among those slated to perform are Phillipa Soo, Bebe Neuwirth, and Blair Brown.

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14 Movie Adaptations of Broadway Musicals to Stream Free Right Now by Playbill Staff

Depending on your streaming service subscriptions, you could be mere moments from watching everything from Cabaret to Hairspray.

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Andrew Lippa Wants to Answer Your Questions by Logan Culwell-Block

The Wild Party and Addams Family composer will join Playbill live July 13 on The Broadway Q&A.

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Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Montclair State University Talk College Theatre Auditions by Logan Culwell-Block

Faculty from the two college theatre programs answered your questions live.

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Boston Conservatory at Berklee and Montclair State University Join Playbill Live to Talk College Theatre Auditions by Logan Culwell-Block

Faculty from the two college theatre programs will be taking your questions live at 1 PM ET.

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Apple TV+’s Little Voice From Waitress Duo Sara Bareilles and Jessie Nelson Premieres July 10 by Dan Meyer

The show follows the lives of young musicians hoping to make it big in NYC.

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2020 Pride Plays Festival and Pride Spectacular Raises Over $100,000 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS by Ruthie Fierberg

The four primetime plays and the Pride Spectacular concert aired throughout June in celebration of Pride month.

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Flip Through the 5 Digital Playbills for the Full 2020 Pride Plays Festival Presentations by Logan Culwell-Block

Four plays and a one-night-only concert were streamed on Playbill: Boys in the Band sequel The Men From the Boys, Brave Smiles...Another Lesbian Tragedy, one in two, Masculinity Max, and the…

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The Playbill Weekend Streaming Guide: Bernadette Peters, Gideon Glick, Tristan und Isolde by Ryan McPhee

Watch Peters' 2009 concert July 10, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, on Playbill.

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Carousel, Starring Kelli O'Hara, Nathan Gunn, and Jessie Mueller, Streams July 10 by Andrew Gans

Lincoln Center's Broadway Fridays series, featuring past theatrical broadcasts, launched June 19 with Act One.

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Brian Stokes Mitchell, Patrick Vaill, More Set for Dear New York Special, Airing July 11 by Andrew Gans

Robert Klein hosts the 30-minute program, which will raise funds for New Yorkers affected by the pandemic.

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Rob McClure Passes the Baton to Kalena Bovell to Lead a Ragtime Reunion, Including Audra McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell by Dan Meyer

The latest episode of #ConductorCam honors the Black Lives Matter movement.

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Hot Clip of the Day: Too Much Tuna with George, Gil and Annaleigh Ashford

It was announced earlier this week that John Mulaney would be bringing two more editions of his Netflix TV Special "John Mulaney & the Sack Lunch Bunch" to Comedy Central. The comedy var…

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Concord Theatricals Acquires My Name is Lucy Barton Licensing Rights by Logan Culwell-Block

Laura Linney starred in Elizabeth Strout and Rona Munro's solo play on Broadway earlier this year.

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Checking In With… Nathan Lee Graham, Star of Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Zoolander, The Wild Party, More by Andrew Gans

"The truth may be painful at times, but it will set you free. And anything that sets you free cannot be negative."

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Broadway Games: Where does that show take place? by JK

Today's game is all about location, location, location! Do you know where some of your favorite shows take place? Well here are ten shows and ten flags. Match the show with the flag of the c…

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New Network Aims to Unite BIPOC Musicians in the Theatre Industry by Ryan McPhee

Creating in Color will serve as a database for BIPOC performers, composers, music directors, arrangers, and more.

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Kate Grenville: A Room Made of Leaves by Arts Review

What if Elizabeth Macarthur – wife of the notorious John Macarthur, wool baron in the earliest days of Sydney – had written a shockingly frank secret memoir? And what if novelist Kate Gr…

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Asia TOPA Connected brings some of the boldest moments of the 2020 festival to your fingertips by Arts Review

To continue engaging with works featured in the second edition of Asia TOPA, audiences now have the opportunity to delve into highlights of the festival, which ran from January to March this…

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Trauma, resilience, sex and art: your guide to the 2020 Miles Franklin shortlist by Arts Review

It seems sometimes literary fiction performs a bellwether function: signalling changes; alerting us to the directions in which a society is headed. The 2020 Miles Franklin shortlist seems to…

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