Friday, October 22, 2021

The Foxhole Theatre Company’s “The Ninth Door” by Steven Morris

Domenico says the idea for the company came after learning that one of the guys in his unit had committed suicide. He was sitting in his acting class at Marymount Manhattan College when he r…

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I Interview Devisers: Mariah Freda by Adam Szymkowicz

Photo Credit: Tiffany McCulloughMariah FredaCompany: The Anthropologists Role: Lead Deviser/PerformerHometown: Sea Isle City, New Jersey (That’s all the way at the bottom. Yes, below Atlan…


Puppetry, top casting & other reasons you should see The Magician’s Elephant by Debbie Gilpin

The RSC's brand-new musical, an adaptation of The Magician's Elephant, started performances this week at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon. Earlier this month, the company…

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Theatre Royal Sydney confirms opening & premier partner by Aussie Theatre

Trafalgar Entertainment Group, leading global live entertainment company and operators of Sydney’s Theatre Royal, are thrilled to confirm that it

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Billy Crystal Stars in Mr. Saturday Night Musical at Barrington Stage Company Beginning October 22 by Dan Meyer

The limited run also features Randy Graff, David Paymer, and Chasten Harmon.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:00AM
Thursday, October 21, 2021

Photos: Kate Rockwell, Erika Henningsen, and More Celebrate Broadway Booker At Birdland

 On Monday, October 18th, Spencer Howard and his company Broadway Booker presented a star-studded concert at Birdland.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 07:16PM

Photos: Cynthia Bailey Visits Kandi Burruss Backstage at THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN

Just last week Thoughts of a Colored Man officially opened on Broadway at the John Golden Theatre- an opening that what celebrated by the full company, including one of the show's producer…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:03PM

See New Pics of Heidi Blickenstaff, Morgan Dudley & the Cast of Jagged Little Pill by

The Tony-nominated musical Jagged Little Pill is back at Broadway's Broadhurst Theatre beginning October 21, and now there are new photos of the production, featuring new cast members Heidi …

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Hello, Poppets! Mrs. Doubtfire, Starring Rob McClure, Arrives on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Help is on the way! Mrs. Doubtfire, the new musical comedy based on the 1993 hit movie of the same name, begins Broadway performances at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on October 21 ahead of …

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Jitney review – August Wilson’s subtle dissection of the American dream by Catherine Love

Leeds PlayhouseWilson’s play eavesdrops on the lives of an African American taxicab crew in a quietly compelling snapshot of men on the margins in the 1970s Single-location dramas are all …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:03AM

Lanre Malaolu: ‘I asked myself: what will you pass on?’ by Sanjoy Roy

The creator of the show Samskara on how race, masculinity, psychology and emotion have shaped his work for stage and screen – and why he never wants to be put in a box Who is Lanre Malaolu…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:03AM

Steppenwolf Theatre names its new theater and center after major donors by Chris Jones

Steppenwolf Theatre Company said that its new, in-the-round theater and education center will be named the Liz and Eric Lefkofsky Arts and Education Center.

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A WONDER of a puppet show by Peter J Snee

This year marks Spare Parts Puppet Theatre’s 40th anniversary, and the seventh annual collaboration between the Fremantle-based company and WAAPA’s

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Wednesday, October 20, 2021

‘Joy matters’: UK theatre festival tackles hard-hitting issues with a sense of fun by Chris Wiegand

HighTide’s Inventing the Future weekender will feature six new scripts that playfully consider serious subjects, says artistic director Suba Das A sense of joy and playfulness is vital for…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 08:54PM

Ari’el Stachel Leaves New Musical The Visitor by Ryan McPhee

The Public Theater production had previously delayed its start as company members sought to address the show’s approach to themes of race, immigration, and more.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:34PM

#ABTFALL21 Spotlight | TOUCHÉ by American Ballet Theatre

A work for two dancers, TOUCHÉ is an intimate and beautiful journey through romance, exploring the themes of male love. Join us for our Fall Season, October 20-31 at the David H. Koch Th…

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#ABTFALL21 Spotlight | Darrell Grand Moultrie's INDESTRUCTIBLE LIGHT by American Ballet Theatre

Having premiered digitally in November 2020, Indestructible Light has been reimagined for the stage.  Set to songs from Duke Ellington, Count Basie, Neal Hefti, Billy Strayhorn, and Chuck…

SOURCE: YouTube at 02:34PM

The NOLA Project Names New Co-Artistic Director Brittany N. Williams by Daniella Ignacio

Ensemble member Brittany N. Williams will step up to the new role for the company.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 01:49PM

[HD] UNSUNG with E. Clayton Cornelious and Gerry McIntyre by York Theatre Company

UNSUNG is created by The York Theatre Company's Associate Artistic Director GERRY McINTYRE as a way to meet BIPOC artists working behind the scenes in theater (Playwrights, Directors, Choreo…

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An Unassuming Prince Dons the Velvet Cloak at Ballet Theater by Marina Harss

Thomas Forster, promoted to principal dancer during the pandemic, makes his New York debut in “Giselle” as the company returns to Lincoln Center.

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'Everything Changes': See Jennifer Nettles, Erich Bergen, and More Join Waitress on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The company celebrated several new cast members October 19 at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:04AM

NEWS: RSC reopens Royal Shakespeare Theatre with new productions in spring 2022 by Terri Paddock

The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) has released details of its Spring 2022 activity including Shakespeare returning to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre stage and the announcement of a ground-b…

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NEWS: Freaky Geese makes London debut with new comedy Holier Than Thou by Featured Content

New comedy Holier Than Thou, marking the London debut of young theatre company Freaky Geese, gets its full-length premiere next month at the Canal Cafe Theatre.

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Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Sydney Theatre Company reveals Act One of 2022 Season

The post Sydney Theatre Company reveals Act One of 2022 Season appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Roundabout Announces WBLS-FM Ticketing Partnership for TROUBLE IN MIND on Broadway

Roundabout Theatre Company has announced that the Broadway premiere of Trouble in Mind by Alice Childress, is partnering with radio station 107.5 WBLS-FM, the nation’s most recogniz…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:27PM

Special Episode: Oliver Butler on Remounting ‘Gnit,’ ‘What the Constitution Means to Me’ by Matt Tamanini

On this episode, Matt talks to award-winning director Oliver Butler about the return of Will Eno’s Ibsen adaptation “Gnit.” After being shut down following just a handful of performanc…

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World Ballet Day 2021 | James Whiteside's CITY OF WOMEN ✨ by American Ballet Theatre

In celebration of #WorldBalletDay 2021, we are pleased to share with you CITY OF WOMEN, choreographed by #ABTPrincipal Dancer James Whiteside. This beautiful work was filmed during Kaatsbaan…

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The Library Company presents Imperfect History by Anndee Hochman

For the 50th anniversary of its graphic arts collection, the Library Company looks beyond the images themselves to highlight what is missing—and why. Anndee Hochman reviews.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 02:11PM

Sinking Ship Production’s “A Hunger Artist” in France by Melissa Trepa

Sinking Ship Productions, a company established in 2008 by Jonathan Levin and Josh Luxenberg has been invited to perform their award-winning play, A Hunger Artist, at the Festival M…

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The Philadelphia Ballet presents The Spark by Camille Bacon-Smith

Following a surprising rebrand, the Philadelphia Ballet’s season opener at the Performance Garage is everything fans expect from the company. Camille Bacon-Smith reviews.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 12:19PM

Washington Ballet kicks off its return to in-person performance with two shows at the National Building Museum by Thomas Floyd

The company opens its “season of gratitude” with a showcase of contemporary and classic works.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 10:24AM

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