Sunday, November 28, 2021

Cullud Wattah ***1/2 by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward November 28, 2021: Though it takes place five years ago on the brink of the incoming Trump administration, few plays are as of the present moment as Erika Dickerson-Desp…

SOURCE: theaterlife at 07:34PM
Monday, November 15, 2021

Twyla Tharp: ‘Each One of the Dances Is My Hope for a Perfect World’ by Gia Kourlas

In “Twyla Now,” a program of works featuring ballet stars and a youthful ensemble at New York City Center, Tharp merges the past with the present.

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Saturday, November 13, 2021

Women Have Always Been Criminals, But it's the Laws that Need to Change by Gabrielle Segal

Women Have Always Been Criminals, But it's the Laws that Need to Change Gabrielle Segal November 13, 2021 - 18:14 Topics Theater Review …

SOURCE: culturecatch.com at 06:14PM
Thursday, November 11, 2021

Review: Dancing Bodies That Contain Multitudes by Siobhan Burke

In “I Am Also – Monte,” Molly Poerstel and Monte Jones consider how, in dance, the past seeps into the present and into collaborations.

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Monday, November 8, 2021

The Days of Afrekete by Asali Solomon by Kirsten Bowen

The past has a way of affecting the present for Liselle and Selena, the two former lovers of The Days of Afrekete, Asali Solomon’s new novel in which a lifetime transpires over a single da…

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 01:46PM
Sunday, November 7, 2021

The Pass Musical by Barry Gordin

Denise Marsa’s heartfelt musical, The Pass, selected for United Solo Festival, NY 2021 on November 18 @ 9pm at Theatre Row, 410 West 42nd Street. November 7, 2021: The Pass, initially…

SOURCE: theaterlife at 09:24AM
Saturday, October 23, 2021

Clifford Odets in Staten Island by Darryl Reilly

An idealistic down on his luck Filipino American father home schools his two children. To teach them about The Great Depression and the present U.S. economy, he has them study the plays of C…

SOURCE: www.theaterscene.net at 12:12PM
Tuesday, October 19, 2021

Love and Other Acts of Violence, Donmar Warehouse review - snappy and tightly intelligent but flawed by Rachel Halliburton

How do traumas from former generations affect how we behave in the present? This is simultaneously a love story and an archaeology of hate, a sparky, spiky encounter between two individuals …

SOURCE: theartsdesk.com at 07:42AM
Friday, October 15, 2021

Broadway Cast of GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY Perform on GOOD MORNING AMERICA by Broadway History

Subscribe for more Broadway videos! Follow us on Twitter - https://twitter.com/broadwayhistory The cast of Girl From The North Country appeared on Good Morning America this morning to perf…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:36PM
Thursday, October 14, 2021

Liz Kingsman: One-Woman Show review – wicked, whip-smart skewering of Fleabag and co by Brian Logan

Soho theatre, LondonKingsman spoofs the look-at-me egotism that sometimes animates solo shows, as she heaps meta layer upon layer in a tour de force It seems like five minutes ago that Phoeb…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:42AM
Wednesday, October 13, 2021

Hangin' on 44th Street with GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY's Austin Scott & Kimber Elayne Sprawl by BroadwayWorld

Watch the full interview here: https://bway.world/GFNCInterview On Friday, February 7, 2020 Girl From the North Country began performances at the Belasco Theatre for just a brief stint befo…

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:12PM
Wednesday, October 6, 2021

Lonergan, Off Again by Rob Weinert-Kendt

Major Matt Mason. In July of 2012, my friend and fellow blogger Isaac Butler asked me write a piece about Kenneth Lonergan's This Is Our Youth for an "Adolescence Issue" of his blog Parabas…

SOURCE: The Wicked Stage at 03:32PM

Review: Lindy Hopping Into the Present With Caleb Teicher and Co. by Gia Kourlas

In “Sw!ng Out,” Teicher and a creative team bring vernacular dance to the Joyce. Tacked onto the end? A jam for all.

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Tuesday, September 28, 2021

Pass Over by Elyse Trevers

Language plays a significant role in “Pass Over,” the play by Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu, whether through repetition, ambiguity or cultural references. It begins with the title referring…

SOURCE: stagebuddy.com at 05:13PM
Tuesday, September 21, 2021

Review: Dear Elizabeth, the Gate at Theatro Technis by Katie Kirkpatrick

Review: Dear Elizabeth, the Gate at Theatro Technis4.0Overall ScoreReader Rating 0 VotesIf ever a show deserved to be written about exclusively in the present tense, it is the Gate’s Dear…

SOURCE: A Younger Theatre at 08:42AM
Wednesday, September 8, 2021

Alejandro Cerrudo: "It Starts Now" | SEP 28-OCT 3 by Joycetheater

Internationally acclaimed choreographer and Pacific Northwest Ballet ’s first Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo brings "It Starts Now," a silky, cerebral, and spell-binding work to …

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:21PM
Tuesday, September 7, 2021

CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (127) by Robert Shuman

The words and wisdom of Constantin Stanislavski: I have told you how we were educated in our childhood and youth. Compare our life with the life of the present generation of youth brought up…

SOURCE: stagevoices.com at 05:40PM

Experience the artistry of "It Starts Now" by Alejandro Cerrudo by Joycetheater

Internationally acclaimed choreographer and Pacific Northwest Ballet ’s first Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo brings It Starts Now, a silky, cerebral, and spell-binding work to Th…

SOURCE: YouTube at 03:28PM
Saturday, September 4, 2021

Experience the artistry of "It Starts Now" by Alejandro Cerrudo by Joycetheater

Internationally acclaimed choreographer and Pacific Northwest Ballet ’s first Resident Choreographer Alejandro Cerrudo brings It Starts Now, a silky, cerebral, and spell-binding work to Th…

SOURCE: YouTube at 11:31AM
Friday, September 3, 2021

Rockets and Blue Lights review – radical retelling of Britain’s slavery history by Arifa Akbar

Dorfman theatre, LondonA tidal wave of plotlines, ideas and characters embraces past and present in a production where playfulness meets cruelty Winsome Pinnock’s leviathan of a play opens…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 12:54PM
Monday, August 16, 2021

Museum of Broadway to Open in Times Square Next Summer by Lindsey Sullivan

The Museum of Broadway, the first-ever permanent museum dedicated to the storied history, legendary artistry and lasting legacy of musicals, plays, and theaters, will open next summer in the…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 02:06PM

Museum of Broadway Will Open in Times Square in Summer 2022

At the heart of the experience, guests will travel through a visual history of Broadway from its birth to the present day highlighting theater's pioneers, landmark moments of social change, …

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:16AM
Thursday, August 12, 2021

Guild Hall Gala by Barry Gordin

Guild Hall, the cultural center of East Hampton, celebrates 90 years of excellence with Robert Longo in in the Museum. August 12, 2021: Guild Hall, the cultural center of East Hampton, hos…

SOURCE: theaterlife at 04:33PM
Sunday, August 8, 2021

Sex Education Xplorers (SEX) review – a biology lesson for the 21st century by Mark Fisher

Summerhall, EdinburghMamoru Iriguchi and Afton Moran raid their dressing-up box to give us a cheery guide to the evolutionary history of reproduction, and what it says about gender fluidity …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 08:24PM
Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Art Scene: “Archive: This Was The End” Taps Extrasensory Senses by Alexander Fatouros

Speaking to humanity across time and space, Archive: This Was the End is an interactive sculpture where a past performance mesmerizes the present day. Created by Co-Artistic Directors Mallor…

SOURCE: thetheatretimes.com at 01:42AM
Tuesday, July 13, 2021

The Park Keeper review – timely ode to a cherished public space by Catherine Love

Rowntree Park, YorkA retiring park keeper seeks meaning in the wake of trauma in Mike Kenny’s story of wartime loss Last summer, York’s outdoor Park Bench Theatre provided an emotional …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:03AM
Friday, July 9, 2021

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 4 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:19PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 3 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:19PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 2 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:18PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 1 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:17PM
Thursday, July 8, 2021

Joel Hall Dancers tap the spirit of the phoenix again by Irene Hsiao

In LEGACY: Phoenix^5, Joel Hall Dancers celebrate the past and look to the future. In March 2020, the Joel Hall Dancers were preparing for a concert celebrating …

SOURCE: www.chicagoreader.com at 10:00AM

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