Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Life's a Gatecrash (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)

Terry Hughes' debut play is a tense and disturbing thriller

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Dora Bryan by Dennis Barker

She was the versatile stalwart of stage and screen from A Taste of Honey to Hello Dolly! Continue reading...

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Kathleen Turner on Her Love of Art, London and Playing 'Trailer Trash' in the West End's Bakersfield Mist by Matt Wolf

Film star Kathleen Turner is no stranger to the British stage, having twice appeared out of town at the Chichester Festival Theatre (in the solo play Tallulah and Somerset Maugham’s Ou…

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No One Asked Me Will Explore True Stories of Undocumented Immigrants in NYC by Michael Gioia

The 18th annual New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) will present No One Asked Me, a new play by Kate Ballen inspired by the true stories of undocumented immigrant NYC students…

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PHOTO CALL: Nicola Hughes, Phillip Boykin, Cedric Neal, Jade Ewen and Rufus Bonds Jr. Star in Porgy and Bess at London's Open Air Theatre by Matthew Blank

Porgy and Bess began performances July 17 prior to an official opening July 28 at London's Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park.

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Songwriting Legend Billy Joel Will Receive Library of Congress' Gershwin Prize by Philippe Bowgen

Singer, songwriter and pop legend Billy Joel will receive the Library of Congress' prestigious Gershwin Prize for Popular Song, according to RollingStone.com.

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BREAKING: CBS & Gov Cuomo Announce LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT to Remain in NYC! by TV News Desk

New York Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo and Leslie Moonves, President and Chief Executive Officer, CBS Corporation, today announced that the LATE SHOW with STEPHEN COLBERT will remain in New York

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Sir Patrick Stewart Set for Oxford Shakespeare Company Master Class in September by BroadwayWorld

Following artists like Kevin Spacey, Sir Derek Jacobi, F Murray Abraham, Frank Langella and Fiona Shaw, Sir Patrick Stewart will be sitting down with artistic director Ron Song Destro and ac…

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TEN YEARS LATER by Diane Snyder

Robert Boswell’s undercooked play takes 80 minutes to get to the good stuff.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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ArtsBeat: About to Close on Broadway, ‘Of Mice and Men’ to Live On in British Broadcast by Allan Kozinn

National Theater Live of Britain will film the Broadway production of “Of Mice and Men.”

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Photo Flash: Forbidden Broadway: Comes Out Swinging! Celebrates Its Cast Album Release

The cast performed at Barnes & Noble before signing CDs for fans.

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A More Equal Theater by HowlRound

By Armando Huipe. This tidal change in demographics is a drastically different environment for nurturing allyship than that of the LGBT community. Deeper intercultural relationships will dic…

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Theatre News: Of Mice and Men starring James Franco and Chris O'Dowd gets NT Live broadcast

The production will be the first Broadway show to be filmed by NT Live

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Theatre News: Popular comic actress Dora Bryan dies aged 91

Bryan's many credits spanned classics on stage and screen

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Review: Wish You Weren't Here (Greater Manchester Fringe Festival)

A new play at The King's Arms chronicles the lives of those who fought in World War One

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Carlos Acosta: Cubanía review eloquent, electrifying and hokey by Sanjoy Roy

Royal Opera House, LondonThe Cuban superstar's mixed bill oscillates between transfixing works and less engaging pieces Continue reading...

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PLAYBILL PICKS: Playbill.com Staff Members Choose Their Favorite YouTube Performances By Broadway Actors by Jared Clough

Move aside, ladies! Last week, we shared favorite YouTube performances featuring Broadway actresses. This week, we scoured the Internet to find performances that feature the men of the Great…

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Bootycandy, Sex-Education Comedy About Growing Up Gay and Black, Will Play Off-Broadway; Complete Cast Announced by Michael Gioia

Playwrights Horizons will present the New York premiere of Bootycandy, a new play written and directed by Obie Award winner Robert O'Hara, beginning Aug. 22, prior to an official opening…

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Daniel Sunjata, Kate Jennings Grant and More Will Join Blythe Danner in Broadway's Country House by Andrew Gans

Manhattan Theatre Club has announced complete casting for Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies' The Country House, which will begin previews on Broadway Sept. 9 at the Samuel J. Friedm…

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Broadway Revival of Of Mice & Men, Starring James Franco & Chris O'Dowd, Heads to the Big Screen by Ryan McPhee

Get ready for George, Lennie and the rest of the gang on the big screen. The Broadway revival of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, starring James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, Leighton M…

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Tickets Now On Sale for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Tickets are now available for The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, a new play by Simon Stephens. The Broadway production will star Alexander Sharp in his Great White Way debut,…

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Daniel Sunjata, Kate Jennings Grant & More Will Join Blythe Danner in The Country House on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Daniel Sunjata, Kate Jennings Grant, Eric Lange, David Rasche and Sarah Steele will join the previously announced Tony and Emmy winner Blythe Danner in Donald Margulies’ The Country Ho…

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Round the World in Eighty Days, Royal Exchange Manchester, review

School’s out and in celebration the Royal Exchange is offering an exhilarating version of Round the World in Eighty Days which is as near to a sophisticated summer panto as could be imagin…

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News: Shelagh Delaney Day to honour ‘Salford’s daughter’ by Matthew Hemley

A Taste of Honey playwright Shelagh Delaney is to be celebrated with an annual day named in her honour. Shelagh Delaney Day will take place on November 25 in Salford, where she was born, wit…

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Production News: Of Mice and Men to become NT Live’s first Broadway show by Matthew Hemley

Of Mice and Men, starring James Franco and Chris O’Dowd, is to become the first Broadway production to be broadcast as part of National Theatre Live. Also starring Leighton Meester and Jim…

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Review: Medea, National Theatre by Lisa Carroll

Can Greek tragedies really resonate with audiences today? Can they still have that powerful, enlightening and cathartic effect they were originally intended to have? If Carrie Cracknell and …

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BWW TV: BULLETS Babes Give Lesson in 1920s Slang- Part 3 by BroadwayWorld TV

The Bullets Babes are at it again In the video below, check out the next installment of a special series, in which the lovely ladies of Bullets Over Broadway explain the slang of the era. Br…

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Daniel Sunjata, Eric Lange & More Join Blythe Danner in Broadway-Bound THE COUNTRY HOUSE; Full Cast Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Manhattan Theatre Club Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director Barry Grove, Executive Producer just announced complete Broadway casting for the world premiere co-production of THE COUNTRY HOUSE, the…

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Theater News: Kate Jennings Grant, Sarah Steele, and More to Join Blythe Danner in The Country House on Broadway

Manhattan Theatre Club announced complete casting for the world premiere of Donald Margulies' play.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Theater Review: ‘Play/Date,’ an Evening at a Bar About Evenings at Bars by Laura Collins-Hughes

“Play/Date,” a collection of short plays about love and relationships, is performed on three levels of a Lower East Side bar.

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Review: The Qualms

Pulitzer winner Bruce Norris takes on the perils of polyamory.

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Broadway’s ‘Of Mice and Men,’ Starring James Franco, Will Play Movie Theaters by Gordon Cox

NT Live, the National Theater’s successful series of cinema broadcasts of theater performances, has tapped its first Broadway title with “Of Mice and Men,” the Broadway r…

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Could star of The Killing become poster girl for Scottish independence? by Kelvin McKenna

Sofie Gråbøl will star at the 2014 Edinburgh festival. Some hope the actress's presence could give nationalists a fillip Continue reading...

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Edinburgh festival fringe 2014 set to be the biggest in its history by Maev Kennedy

Number of shows is up 11% on last year, with acts preparing to swamp the city's every spare stage, pub and alleyway Continue reading...

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On my radar: Ian McDiarmid's cultural highlights by Leah Harper

The actor and director on the Edinburgh festival, Matt Smith in American Psycho, Channel 4's Utopia and the importance of the London Review of Books Continue reading...

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The Boy Who Fell Into a Book review an engrossingly surreal spectacle by Alfred Hickling

Stephen Joseph theatre, ScarboroughThe musical version of Alan Ayckbourn's play for young people is an ideal introduction to the pleasures of reading and the power of the theatre Continue re…

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Classic TV Comes to the Stage: Highlights From The Beverly Hillbillies - The Musical

Theatre at the Center in Munster, IN presents the world premiere of The Beverly Hillbillies - The Musical, based on the classic 1960s sitcom. Jim Harms plays Jed Clampett, the head of a clan…

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The trouble with the transfer from Off Broadway to On. by Ken Davenport

One of the well worn paths to the Great White Way is the Off Broadway to On Broadway route.  A show starts out at an Off Broadway theater, gets some great reviews and some even better word …

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

The Pirates of Penzance – Northwestern University, Ethel M. Barber Theater 30 Arts Circle Drive, Evanston, is offering $10 industry tickets to industry professionals for Friday, July 25 at…

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West End Alum & The Voice Star Liam Tamne & More Join London's The Phantom of the Opera by Broadway.com

Some new faces are about to brave the Opera Populaire. The Voice U.K.’s Liam Tamne will join the cast of The Phantom of the Opera beginning September 1 at Her Majesty’s Theatre. …

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No Show is Safe! Forbidden Broadway Extends at London's Menier Chocolate Factory by Broadway.com

Duck and cover! London's Forbidden Broadway is sticking around. Originally scheduled to run through August 16, the comedy revue by Gerard Alessandrini will now play its final perfor…

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Broadway Revival of Of Mice & Men, Starring James Franco & Chris O'Dowd, to be Filmed by U.K.'s National Theatre Live by Ryan McPhee

Get ready for George, Lennie and the rest of the gang on the big screen. The Broadway revival of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, starring James Franco, Chris O’Dowd, Leighton M…

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A.R. Gurney's The Wayside Motor Inn Extends Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

The Wayside Motor Inn, starring Tony nominee Marc Kudisch, has extended its off-Broadway run. Originally set to run through September 21, the A.R. Gurney play will now play its final perform…

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News: UK’s first black cultural heritage centre opens in Brixton by Georgia Snow

The UK’s first national black heritage centre has opened in a new £7 million development in south London, which includes an outdoor courtyard space that will be used for performances and …

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News: SMG pulls out of Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre by Georgia Snow

Newcastle’s Mill Volvo Tyne Theatre is facing an uncertain future following a decision by venue giant SMG Europe to pull out of operating the theatre. SMG, which also manages venues such a…

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Tom Hiddleston Quotes Richard II in High-Speed Jaguar Spot; Ad Banned in U.K. by Michael Gioia

A Jaguar Land Rover spot, featuring actor Tom Hiddleston quoting Richard II, has been banned by the U.K. advertising watchdog for encouraging irresponsible driving, according to the Hollywoo…

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"Glee" Star Naya Rivera Ties the Knot in Secret Ceremony in Mexico by Michael Gioia

"Glee" star Naya Rivera, who called off her engagement to rapper Big Sean in April, tied the knot with longtime friend Ryan Dorsey July 19 in Cabo San Lucas, Mexico, according to P…

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PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Meet the Girls! The Contestants of Off-Broadway's Drag Musical Pageant Share Their Inspirations, Beauty Tips and More! by Matthew Blank

The Bill Russell-Frank Kelly-Albert Evans musical Pageant, which opened July 14 after previews that began June 29, recently extended through Sept. 21 at the Davenport Theatre. Meet the…

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Boxing Champ and "Let's Get Ready to Rumble" Announcer Make Broadway Debuts in Rocky Tonight by Michael Gioia

World Middleweight boxing champion Gennady Golovkin and announcer Michael Buffer make their Broadway debuts July 23 at the 8 PM performance of Rocky at the Winter Garden Theatre.

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Of Mice and Men, Starring James Franco, Will Be First Broadway Show Filmed for National Theatre Live Series by Andrew Gans

David Binder announced July 23 that the hit revival of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men, starring James Franco, Chris O'Dowd, Leighton Meester and Jim Norton, has been selected as …

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PHOTO CALL: Marcelo Gomes, Complexions, Ailey II, Sara Mearns and More Heat Up the 20th Anniversary Fire Island Dance Festival by Matthew Blank

Tony Award winner Jerry Mitchell and If/Then choreographer Larry Keigwin co-hosted the 20th Anniversary Fire Island Dance Festival, which runs July 18-20 in the Pines. New works by Josh Berg…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Kyra Sedgwick & More in Powerhouse's THE DANISH WIDOW by BroadwayWorld

New York Stage and Film and Vassar College, this summer celebrating the 30th year of their Powerhouse Theater collaboration, is currently featuring Golden Globe and Emmy Award winner Kyra Se…

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FREEZE FRAME: Meet the Star-Studded Company of Broadway-Bound YOU CAN'T TAKE IT WITH YOU! by Walter McBride

Moss Hart andGeorge S. Kaufman's Pulitzer Prize-winning play You Can't Take It With You will begin previews on August 26, 2014, at the Longacre Theatre 220 West 48th Street, with an opening …

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James Franco & Chris O'Dowd-Led OF MICE AND MEN to be Screened Internationally by National Theatre Live! by BroadwayWorld

David Binder has just announced an international broadcast of the critically-acclaimed, smash-hit revival of John Steinbeck's Of Mice and Men will be the first Broadway show filmed by Nation…

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VIDEO: Ariana Grande & Ryan Seacrest Share Big Announcement on GMA by TV News Desk

Ryan Seacrest and Ariana Grande appeared on this morning's GMA to share a big announcement about the upcoming, star-studded iHeart Radio Festival. Check out the appearance below

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Abominable by Sarah Ameigh

Growing up is painful. The body changes, the mind expands, and the heart, well, the heart tries to keep up with the strange horror show. And the world that looks on as this change occurs can…

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Theater News: Broadway's Of Mice and Men to Be Filmed by National Theatre Live

James Franco and Chris O'Dowd star in the John Steinbeck classic.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Signature’s THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN Extends One Week Through September 28, 2014 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Signature Theatre (James Houghton, Founding Artistic Director; Erika Mallin, Executive Director) is pleased to announce a one-week extension for THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN by A.R. Gurney, directe…

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Photo Flash: Piece of My Heart Opens Off-Broadway

Popular songwriter Bert Berns is the topic of the new biomusical.

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"Much Ado About Nothing" at American Players Theatre by John Olson

One of the jewels of the southern Wisconsin/northern Illinois region ... especially for lovers of classical theater, is the American Players Theatre in Spring Green, about 35 miles west of M…

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London's National Theatre Live to Screen Broadway's 'Of Mice and Men' by Ashley Lee

The James Franco-Chris O'Dowd starrer is the series' first-ever Broadway production. read more

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Parrish native part of group to ring NASDAQ opening bell by Briana Webster

Joshua Mark Aldridge, the company manager for an Off-Broadway production, took part in a phenomenal event earlier this month that not many can say they have participated in — ringing the N…

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Theater News: Tony Nominee Constantine Maroulis Returns to Rock of Ages

American Idol finalist Maroulis originated the role of Drew in the Broadway musical.

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Fuse Visual Arts Review: “Turner & the Sea” at the Peabody Essex Museum — A Grand Performance by Peter Walsh

Some of J.M.W. Turner’s most personal, experimental, and enigmatic works have been selected for this show. They are also among the most fragile and least often shown.

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Fuse Remembrance: Otto Piene, Pioneer Environmental Artist and Former Director of MIT’s Center for Advanced Visual Studies by Arts Fuse Editor

The late Otto Piene was a world-class artist. He created large scale and elegant environmental art pieces that seamlessly combined art, participation, and technology.

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Blogs: Notes from New York: Theatre festivals and sexy sailors make us love summer

But we also know some great theatrical ways to escape the city heat

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Arsht’s Sensory H2OMBRE Brings Moister Meaning To The Phrase Immersive Theater by Bill Hirschman

Worldless, disconnected, as neutral and interpretable as a Rorschach ink blot, H2OMBRE is a Cirque du Soleil-like show designed by and aimed at people raised on comic books and fantasy flick…

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News Just in review Commonwealth Games satire goes hell for leather by Mark Fisher

The Arches, GlasgowRandom Accomplice's marathon effort takes a swipe at the city's festivities, creating a new play about the day's sporting efforts every eveningIf you're on the streets of …

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This Was a Man review first ever outing for Coward's once-banned play by Lyn Gardner

Finborough, LondonThere's much to enjoy watching the bad behaviour of a generation swigging cocktails in the wake of the first world warEveryone in London knows that Carol, wife of society p…

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Here He Goes Again! Constantine Maroulis Is Coming Back to Broadway’s Rock of Ages by Ryan McPhee

Raise your lighters, because the original Drew is coming back to The Bourbon Room! Constantine Maroulis will return to the cast of Rock of Ages beginning August 4. The Tony nominee…

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Signature's Wayside Motor Inn, With Marc Kudisch, Lizbeth Mackay, Extends Prior to First Performance by Andrew Gans and Carey Purcell

The Signature Theatre's upcoming production of The Wayside Motor Inn, the drama by prolific playwright A.R. Gurney that will begin performances Off-Broadway Aug. 12 prior to an official …

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PHOTO CALL: Tony Winner Priscilla Lopez Flies Into Broadway's Pippin by Joseph Marzullo

Priscilla Lopez, who earned a Tony for her performance in A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine and also created the role Diana Morales in the original Broadway production A Chorus …

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Broadway's Rock of Ages Will Welcome Return of Original Tony-Nominated Star by Andrew Gans

"American Idol" finalist Constantine Maroulis, who received a Tony nomination for his portrayal of Drew in the Tony-nominated musical Rock of Ages, will return to that production A…

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London Production of Sweeney Todd Finds Its Sweeney, Mrs. Lovett, Johanna, Anthony and More by Mark Shenton

A new production of Sweeney Todd that will mark the first in-house show at the new Twickenham Theatre in West London will star David Bedella in the title role with Sarah Ingram as Mrs. Lovet…

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Full Casting Announced for Return of To Kill a Mockingbird to London's Open Air Theatre; U.K. Tour Will Follow by Mark Shenton

Full casting has been announced for the return of To Kill a Mockingbird to the Open Air Theatre, Regent's Park, where it was previously staged in 2013 and will begin performances Aug. 28…

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Original Jersey Boys Star to Make Solo Birdland Debut by Andrew Gans

Daniel Reichard, who created the role of Bob Gaudio in the Tony-winning musical Jersey Boys, will play Birdland Aug. 4.

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"Frozen" Is Not Cooling Down: Film Tops List of Digital Movie Purchases and Rentals by Michael Gioia

The Oscar-winning movie "Frozen" — Disney's 3-D animated film that features the voices of Tony Award winner Idina Menzel, Tony nominee Jonathan Groff and stage and screen…

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Sierra Boggess, Christine Ebersole, James Monroe Iglehart, Jose Llana, Julia Murney and More Set for Not Since High School Concert by Andrew Gans

Actor, musician and Playbill.com columnist Seth Rudetsky will host and music direct Not Since High School, an Aug. 24 concert at 42West that will benefit the music program at MS 245, a New …

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BWW TV: Broadway-Bound THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME Reopens at West End's Gielgud Theatre! by BroadwayWorld TV

The National Theatre's acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time reopened earlier this month, at the Gielgud Theatre in the West End. VIP guests included Alic…

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Signature Extends THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN, with Marc Kudisch & Rebecca Henderson, Through 9/28 by BroadwayWorld

Signature Theatre has announced a one-week extension for THE WAYSIDE MOTOR INN by A.R. Gurney, directed by Lila Neugebauer. The production will now play through Sunday, September 28, 2014. T…

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STAGE TUBE: Jonathan Groff, Joshua Henry, the Keenan-Bolgers & More Sing for Freedom! by Stage Tube

The 12th annual Broadway Stands Up for Freedom benefit concert was a bona fide smash. A cast of Broadway's finest - including Lena Hall, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Condola Rashad, and Robin de Jes…

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VIDEO: First Look & Listen - Deborah Cox Lends Voice in WHITNEY HOUSTON Biopic by TV News Desk

ET shares an exclusive behind the scenes of the highly anticipated project. Check it out below

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Next season to be the last for American Century Theater by Lorraine Treanor

American Century Theater, which, in the past twenty years has produced more than 100 shows, will close its doors in 2015 at the end of what will become their final season. In making the anno…

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Aida , Coade, Bryanston by George Hall

Coade, Bryanston: In its 40th anniversary year, Dorset Festival Opera demonstrates impressive standards in this full-scale production of one of Verdi's grandest works. Aida is one of tw…

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The Boy Who Fell Into a Book , Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough by Steve Pratt

Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough: As Alan Ayckbourn has opted to direct this musical with the team behind The Demon Headmaster stage show, we must assume that he approves of its treatment…

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Wendy Whelan: Restless Creature , Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London by Katie Colombus

Linbury Studio Theatre, Royal Opera House, London: Wendy Whelan presents four collaborative duets, which she performs with each choreographer. Read the full review

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Theater News: Fire Island Dance Festival Breaks Fundraising Record for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

Choreographers Jerry Mitchell and Larry Keigwin hosted the event.

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Back From a Vacation in London With Thoughts on the West End Hit "Bringing Up the Bodies" by Broadway & Me

When I told people that my sister, niece and I were going on a just-us-girls vacation that included five days in London, they automatically assumed that I was going to be spending every minu…

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Q&A: Tommar Wilson

The awesome Tommar talks about his Shakespeare in the Park experiences on our next episode! Name: Tommar Wilson Where are you from? Born in Topeka, KS raised on Air Force Bases acros…

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Playwright Will Eno's 'Title and Deed' echoes Samuel Beckett by Philip Brandes

The line of succession from Samuel Beckett to playwright Will Eno runs through the Irish actor Conor Lovett.

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The Week Ahead: ‘Sex With Strangers,’ at Second Stage Theater by Steven McElroy

In Laura Eason’s “Sex With Strangers,” a young blogger engages in a lot of the title activity, boasts online of his conquests and turns them into a racy book.

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Runyonesque Flurry Spans Two Arenas by Vincent M. Mallozzi

Gennady Golovkin will make his acting debut in “Rocky” on Wednesday and try to defend his two middleweight boxing titles on Saturday.

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O'Neill Cabaret Conference, with Betty Buckley, Mimi Hines and More, Launches Today by Adam Hetrick

Betty Buckley, Mimi Hines, The Skivvies and more are part of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's 2014 Cabaret and Performance Conference, which begins July 23 in Waterford, CT.

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West End's The Phantom of the Opera Will Welcome a New Raoul and More by Mark Shenton

Liame Tamne will take over as Raoul in London's The Phantom of the Opera beginning performances Sept. 1. He will join Gerónimo Rauch and Harriet Jones who continue as The Phantom …

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Forbidden Broadway Extends Run at London's Menier Chocolate Factory by Mark Shenton

The current London stand of Gerard Alessandrini's Forbidden Broadway has extended its run by a fortnight, to end Aug. 30. It was previously booking through Aug. 16.

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THE CALL BOARD: Available Theatrical Administrative Positions by Playbill Staff

Playbill.com's Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry. From auditions to administrative roles, Playbill.com is the online source for care…

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The Bodyguard Will Launch Two-Year Tour in February 2015 by Mark Shenton

The Bodyguard, the West End musical version of the 1992 film of the same name, is to embark on a two-year U.K. and Ireland tour after its current run at the Adelphi Theatre ends Aug. 29. The…

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Production News: Peter James’s Dead Simple adapted for UK tour by Nicola Merrifield

Ian Talbot is to direct a stage adaptation of crime writer Peter James’s Dead Simple next year as part of a UK tour. Adapted by Shaun McKenna, the play will tour to venues including Dartfo…

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He's Coming Home! Constantine Maroulis Will Return to His Tony-Nominated Role in ROCK OF AGES on August 4 by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award nominee and 'American Idol' finalist Constantine Maroulis returns to the smash hit musical ROCK OF AGES as Drew on Monday, August 4, 2014 for a limited 12-week engagement through …

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My Sixth Fringe Show — But Who’s Counting? by Trav S.D.

The happy news that I’ll Say She Is  will be in this summer’s New York International Fringe Festival provides a nice opening for this update re-blog the topic of the Fringe. On t…

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Photo Coverage: Inside BROADWAY SINGS JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE with Lena Hall, Andy Mientus & More! by Kevin Thomas Garcia

Broadway Sings Justin Timberlake, the sixth concert of the BROADWAY SINGS concert series, just continued last night at le Poisson Rouge. More than 15 Broadway performers were accompanied by …

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Photo Coverage: FORBIDDEN BROADWAY: COMES OUT SWINGING Cast Previews Album at Barnes & Noble! by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

DRG Records just kicked off the release of Gerard Alessandrini's Forbidden Broadway Comes Out Swinging 2014 Un-Original Cast Album, produced by Grammy Award winner Hugh Fordin, yesterday at …

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BWW TV: Malcolm Gets, Lillias White & More Preview Summer Shows at 54 Below! by Randy Rainbow

Featured this summer at 54 Below - Tony nominee Malcolm Gets, appearing in 'Come a Little Closer' Broadway diva Lillias White, featured in 'The Birthday Show' stage vet Mitchell Jarvis, brin…

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DOWNTON ABBEY Exec Reveals Season 5 Details: 'Brilliant Story Line', 'High Stakes Drama' by TV News Desk

DOWTON ABBEY executive producer Gareth Neame revealed details of the highly anticipated fifth season of the historic drama series.

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Hugh Jackman and Deborra-lee Furness Launch Official Website for Performing Arts Foundation by BroadwayWorld

Hugh Jackman and his wife, Deborra-lee Furness have just launched the official wesite for their Jackman Furness Foundation for the Performing Arts JFFPA- a national foundation established by…

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Features: 12 fabulous tattoos for the stagey rebel in you

An innocent google search turned into an inky eye-opener on the world of theatrical body art

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Dani Girl, an unexpected story, a triumphant production by Lorraine Treanor

Michael Kooman and Christopher Dimond know their way around a musical. Broadway performers like Patina Miller, Heidi Blickenstaff and Christopher Siebber know that and lined up to sing on th…

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The Fever by Tim Treanor

On days when I’m seeing a Fringe show, I generally put my button on when I get dressed in the morning and leave it on all day. It’s more convenient that way. Yesterday I was riding the M…

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Book Review: "The Untold Stories of Broadway: Tales from the world's most famous theaters (Volume 1)" by David Levy

History, as we all learned from Stephen Sondheim's "Something in a Tree," is shaped as much by the storytellers as it is by the story. Herein lies both the charm and the challenge of The Unt…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Time Out Theater Review: 'The Long Shrift'

Film star James Franco is at the helm of the new off-Broadway play "The Long Shrift."

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Last Chance for Tickets: ‘Bullets Over Broadway’ to Close on August 24 by Dcontray

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Tom Dugan is Simon Wiesenthal by Suzanna Bowling

Tom Dugan is Simon Wiesenthal: Tom Dugan, has written and stars in Wiesenthal, a one-man play about Simon Wiesenthal.

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“Beautiful Mount Airy Lodge” Is Back in Business in Jenny Mercein’s Solo Comedy by Kenneth Jones

Actress-playwright Jenny Mercein talks about her solo show "Beautiful Mount Airy Lodge," inspired by her own coming of age and the life and death of the iconic Pennsylvania resort.

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Photo: CABARET's Alan Cumming Gives Warm Willkommen to Former Emcee John Stamos by BroadwayWorld

Last Sunday, July 20th, the cast of Broadway's CABARET shared a warm Willkommen to John Stamos, who portrayed the show's iconic Emcee in the 2002 production.

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Denzel Washington to Receive Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award; EQUALIZER to Open San Sebastian Festival by Movies News Desk

During the opening gala the star of the film, Denzel Washington, will be presented with the Donostia Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Saul Williams on Closing of HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME: 'It Was Going to Be an Uphill Battle' by BroadwayWorld

In a new interview with Rolling Stone, HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME star Saul Williams spoke about the recent cancellation of the Tupac Shakur-inspired musical

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Photo Coverage: CINDERELLA's Paige Faure and Nancy Opel Vist Backstage with Peter LeDonne by Stephen Sorokoff

Paige Faure and Nancy Opel, new cast members of the Broadway show Cinderella, will visit Backstage with Peter Ledonne this Sunday on AM 970 The Answer. Long time theatrical Ad Man Peter LeD…

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Photo Coverage: It's Time to Start Livin! Backstage with PIPPIN's New 'Berthe'- Priscilla Lopez by Kevin Thomas Garcia

Tony Award winner Priscilla Lopez, who appeared in the legendary original cast of A Chorus Line and was also a replacement for the role of 'Fastrada' in the original production of Pippin in …

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 7/23- Daniel Radcliffe by Stage Tube

Happy Birthday Daniel Radcliffe Radcliffe is best known for playing the title role in all eight of the blockbuster Harry Potter films. In 2008, he made his Broadway debut to much acclaim in …

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Zach Braff Is One of 40 Artists Set for July 24 Broadway in Bryant Park Concert; Lineup Announced by Andrew Gans

The lineup for the July 24 Broadway in Bryant Park concert, the third presentation in the 14th season of the annual lunchtime series, has been announced. Over 40 artists will be part of the …

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WAKE UP with BWW 7/23/14 - NEVERLAND, SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE, STREETCAR and More! by Jessica Showers

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it Today's big news It's a night for movie adaptations FIN…

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Theatre News: Dates announced for Bodyguard tour

The screen-to-stage show embarks on a two-year UK and Ireland tour from February

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When humans were put in a zoo by Claire Prentice

It was once popular to put people from exotic lands on display

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Review: Much Ado About Nothing/Midsommer Flight by Zach Freeman

RECOMMENDED Some of the nicer things in life really are free, such as Shakespeare served al fresco on a summer evening by the talented and community-minded Midsommer Flight theater collectiv…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Production News: David Bedella to star in Sweeney Todd at Twickenham Theatre by Matthew Hemley

David Bedella is to star as Sweeney in Stephen Sondheim’s Sweeney Todd at new venue Twickenham Theatre from September. Bedella, who won an Olivier award in 2004 for Jerry Springer the Oper…

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Broadway Belongs to Me by Kait Kerrigan

I’ve seen Forbidden Broadway three times and I’ve always admired it. I may be a lyricist but I am not the gal you call if you want a punny, delightful, rhyme-bursting parody lyric. No, I…

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Directing Youth with Kerry Hishon by Lindsay Price

Directing Youth with Kerry Hishon Youth Director Kerry Hishon talks about the process from auditions to rehearsal to performance and shares her hints, tips, and tricks.  If you’re auditio…

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Clinton review this musical should be impeached by Alexis Soloski

Want to know a good rhyme for fellatio? Or saxophone? Or Arkansas? So do the writers of this puerile musical comedyBill Clinton did not inhale. But the 42nd American president might want to …

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona review delightful dip into the power of love by Michael Billington

Royal Shakespeare theatre, Stratford-upon-AvonDirector Simon Godwin eagerly explores the light and dark sides of romance in a striking RSC debutIt is astonishing to think it is 45 years sinc…

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Broadway-Bound FINDING NEVERLAND Begins Previews Tonight at A.R.T. by BroadwayWorld

The world premiere of the musical FINDING NEVERLAND, with music and lyrics by Gary Barlow and Elliot Kennedy, book by James Graham, directed by Diane Paulus with choreography by Mia Michaels…

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SHAKESPEARE IN LOVE Premieres Tonight in the West End by BroadwayWorld

Shakespeare in Love has its world premiere at the Noel Coward Theatre tonight, 23 July 2014, bringing together one of the largest companies ever assembled for a play in the West End. The 28-…

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Production News: Casting announced for UK premiere of The Dog, the Night and the Knife by Georgia Snow

Michael Edwards, Beth Park and Stephen Ventura will star in the UK premiere of Marius von Mayenburg’s The Dog, the Night and the Knife later this year. Directed by Oliver Dawe, the show wi…

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Review: Der Rosenkavalier (Royal Albert Hall)

Glyndebourne's five-star triumph is repeated at the BBC Proms

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Theatre News: Cast announced for Open Air To Kill a Mockingbird

The production premiered last year and returns next month prior to a UK tour

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Theatre News: David Bedella stars in Twickenham Theatre's Sweeney Todd

The production will open the 100-seat theatre in September

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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O'Neill Center's 2014 Cabaret & Performance Conference Kicks Off Today, Featuring Betty Buckley, The Skivvies & More by BroadwayWorld

The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's ten-day 2014 Cabaret amp Performance Conference begins today, July 23, with nightly performances. The Grand Finale ends the O'Neill summer season on Satur…

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BWW's On This Day - July 23, 2014

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 23 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Tom Hiddleston's Shakespeare-Themed Jaguar Ad Banned In UK by Pat Cerasaro

Stage superstar and rising screen standout Tom Hiddleston leads a new short film promoting luxury car brand Jaguar titled THE ART OF VILLAINY, reciting Shakespeare while manning a sports car…

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Theatre News: Liam Tamne joins Phantom of the Opera cast from September

Also joining the long-running show will be West End debutants Alicia Beck and John Ellis

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Nellie McKay Is a Girl Named Bill by Suzanna Bowling

Nellie McKay Is a Girl Named Bill: Nellie McKay recently finished an extended run in the off-Broadway hit Old Hats (winner of the Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Alternative Theatrical …

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'Bullets Over Broadway' musical shot down by disappointing sales by Gordon Cox, Gordon Cox

"Bullets Over Broadway," the musical based on Woody Allen's 1994 comedy, will call it quits in August after a disappointing five-month run.

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Talking To Aniccha Arts About “In Habit: Living Patterns” by Andy Horwitz

Talking dance, tech and media with Aniccha Arts.

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Cubania, Royal Opera House, review: Carlos Acosta's roots celebrated with energy

Cubanía, an evening by ballet star Carlos Acosta, has fine dancers and thin choreography, covering the gaps with plenty of energy.

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Review: The Two Gentlemen of Verona (RSC)

Simon Godwin's entertaining production makes a claim for this early comedy to return to the RSC's repertoire

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Theatre News: Forbidden Broadway extends at Menier Chocolate Factory

The satirical show is now booking until 30 August

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Latitude review: Frisky and Mannish, Just Too Much by Dan Hutton

In the past, the shows of pop deconstructionists Frisky and Mannish have mixed styles and genres in order to demonstrate the basic history and rules of popular music, and have even considere…

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Latitude review: Light, Theatre Ad Infinitum by Dan Hutton

Theatre Ad Infinitum is a company which constantly reinvents itself; two years ago, Translunar Paradise told a heartbreaking story of two people in love using masks and music, whilst 2013&#…

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Latitude review: Void Story, Forced Entertainment by Dan Hutton

Five years on from its première, Void Story is still during the rounds and continues to delight audiences. It’s a strange but beautiful mix of live graphic novel, post-apocalyptic nov…

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Go! List sneak peek: Best work of public art

Our second annual edition of The Go! List is out July 27, in home-delivery copies of the Post-Dispatch and at select retailers.

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Woody Allen’s 'Magic in the Moonlight' Will Be Forgotten Soon

Do rotten people make great art? Maybe. But whatever you think of Woody Allen, his new film ‘Magic in the Moonlight’ offers little evidence to back up that theory, Ezra Glinter w…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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News: Hippodrome campaigners to fight on after council setback by Nicola Merrifield

Campaigners wanting to see Brighton Hippodrome restored as a live venue have vowed to continue their fight, despite the local council’s decision to support plans to convert the disused ven…

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Romeo and Juliet , Oriental Club, London by Paul Vale

Oriental Club, London: The original Lord Chamberlain's Men founded in 1594 was one of the two leading acting company of the era, featuring performances in secondary roles by Shakespeare…

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona , Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon by Natasha Tripney

Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon: The Two Gentlemen of Verona is a play of experiment - it's the work of a writer finding his voice and in it you can see familiar themes a…

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Review Round-Ups: Helen McCory masters Medea at the National

The show opened at the Olivier in the National Theatre to a warm reception

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Review Round-Ups: Amadeus consistently impresses critics

Rupert Everett stars as Salieri in Chichester Festival Theatre's newly re-opened main space

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Edinburgh Preview: Nando’s and Nandon’ts by Rachel St John

Of all the shows featuring at Edinburgh Fringe this year – one you must see is Nando’s and Nandon’ts, a minimalistic musical/comedy, three-man show with chicken and a ukulele…

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Latitude Review: Sixth Sense, Luke Jermay by Dan Hutton

Magic cards on the table: I 100% do not believe in psychics or fortune-tellers. Being a rationalist, I refuse to believe that the human mind has any ability whatsoever to reach out to anoth…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Keeping Up With James Franco

No one multitasks quite like James Franco, who is making his directorial debut with 'The Long Shrift.' He also just released a book of poetry and his upcoming movies include 'Child of God.'

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'Dinner' Guests Reinvent Ibsen, With One New Face

Actors Andre Gregory and Wallace Shawn, known for their work in 'My Dinner with Andre,' reunite for a remake of Henrik Ibsen's 'The Master Builder.' Jonathan Demme directs.

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Don't Blame the Dancers

Whatever freshness Bolshoi Ballet choreographer Yuri Grigorovich once offered to 'Swan Lake' has grown stale, writes Robert Greskovic.

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Dancer Steps Up to 'Don Quixote'

Just before leaving Moscow, Kristina Kretova—a leading soloist—learned that she'd be dancing the female lead in the adaptation of the Cervantes's novel with the Bolshoi Ballet at Lincoln…

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It’s a Wonder Woman Thing by Sam Hurwitt

Basically, Wonder Woman flies off the handle and quits the team, just like that.

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Mister Producer: Towards a greater artistic accessibility? by Richard Jordan

“When was the last time you met a new play that was so smart it made your head spin? Not in years, huh? Well, get ready to reel, New York. Anne Washburn’s downright brilliant “Mr&#…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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MTC: Glengarry Glen Ross by Anne-Marie Peard

David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross is many things. It won Mamet the 1984 Pulitzer Prize for Drama because it captured a time, place and attitude so remarkably. He re-wrote it as an ac…

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TV & radio reviews: Radio review: Lulu’s Musical Map of Glasgow; John Shuttleworth’s Lounge Music; Karaoke as Art? by Lisa Martland

A stream of programmes has been commissioned to mark the Commonwealth Games being held in Glasgow this year, so perhaps it was inevitable that one of the city’s most famous exports – Mar…

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TV & radio reviews: TV review: People Just Do Nothing; The Mimic by Harry Venning

Harry Venning welcomes the advent of a quality new comedy, and the return of another

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Get Me a Guy by Theasy.com

Get Me a Guy Off Off Broadway, UNDER St. Marks Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski BOTTOM LINE: This play consists of comedic vignettes, all of which center on the challenges women face in dati…

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Siân Phillips: I miss Peter O'Toole by Tim Walker

Siân Phillips, who had an acrimonious split from the late Peter O'Toole, says she misses the actor now that he is gone

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Broadway: Bullets Over Broadway to Close on August 24 by Roger Friedman

“Bullets over Broadway” will close on Broadway on August 24th. The Woody Allen-Susan Stroman show is one several fatalities this season. This Categories: Featured Theater(Read…

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PHOTO CALL: Tony Winner Priscilla Lopez Stars in Broadway's Pippin by Joseph Marzullo

Priscilla Lopez, who earned a Tony for her performance in A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine and also created the role Diana Morales in the original Broadway production A Chorus …

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Oh, Krapp John Oh, Krapp John Hurt on Samuel Beckett's loner hero on Beckett's loner hero by John Hurt

Krapp's Last Tape is a kind of essay in aloneness so playing it 10 times a week was an intense experienceYears before I did Krapp's Last Tape I'd seen Patrick Magee and Jack MacGowran do it …

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Theatre News: Opening: John Godber's Bouncers at Liverpool's Royal Court, 25 July

John Godber's hit comedy returns to Royal Court following a successful production last year.

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Broadway's Kenita Miller and More Star in PROPAGANDA! THE MUSICAL at NYMF, Now thru 7/27 by BroadwayWorld

The 2014 New York Musical Theatre Festival NYMF presents Propaganda The Musical a world premiere musical Book, Music, and Lyrics by Taylor Ferrera amp Matt Webster. Nathan Brewer directs a c…

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John Stamos Participates in Tumblr Q&A DASHBOARD CONFESSIONS Today by Movies News Desk

Fan-favorite actor, singer and musician John Stamos will open up in his first-ever Tumblr 'Dashboard Confessions' chat tonight, June 23 at 615pm EST in celebration of his new movie My Man Is…

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Jeremy Jordan Talks FINDING NEVERLAND Rehearsals by Pat Cerasaro

The highly anticipated stage adaptation of the hit PETER PAN-centric film FINDING NEVERLAND is currently in rehearsals and the show's star, Jeremy Jordan, opens up about the process of bring…

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Capathia Jenkins Performs 'And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going' From DREAMGIRLS by Pat Cerasaro

Broadway star and renowned vocalist Capathia Jenkins gives her all to the powerhouse performance showpiece 'And I Am Telling You I'm Not Going' from DREAMGIRLS in a live clip recently captur…

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New Mentorship Video Featuring JOSEPH & THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT Tour Cast by Pat Cerasaro

A new video featuring the cast of the new national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's celebrated Biblical musical JOSEPH amp THE AMAZING TECHNICOLOR DREAMCOAT participating in a ment…

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Just because… by Colin Mitchell

This is what I love most about the Digital Age. That we can do things like this. The guy who starts this video, the guy on the guitar who starts this thing, I used to listen to him play on t…

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Sir Ian McKellen no longer feels northern, but the call of home is undeniable by Michael Henderson

Sir Ian McKellen no longer feels northern, but you can take the boy out of Bolton... says Michael Henderson

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Wednesday, July 23, 2014 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Patricia Boggs – unsung hero recognised with special industry achievement award by Erin James

Patricia Boggs has been named as the inaugural recipient of LPA’s new Sue Nattrass award, established to recognise and honour positions in the arts which often do not enjoy a high publ…

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Broadway-Aimed Finding Neverland, Starring Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly, Takes Flight by Adam Hetrick

Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly head the cast of the American Repertory Theater world-premiere musical Finding Neverland, which begins performances July 23 under the direction of Tony…

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O'Neill Cabaret Conference, with Betty Buckley, Mimi Hines, The Skivvies and More, Launches Today by Adam Hetrick

Betty Buckley, Mimi Hines, The Skivvies and more are part of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's 2014 Cabaret and Performance Conference, which begins July 23 in Waterford, CT.

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Box Office Opens Today for Broadway's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time by Michael Gioia

The Barrymore Theatre box office opens July 23 for tickets to the National Theatre production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the acclaimed new play by Simon Stephens t…

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THEIR FAVORITE THINGS: Newsies Star Capathia Jenkins Shares Her Theatregoing Experiences by Andrew Gans

Playbill.com's feature series Their Favorite Things asks members of the theatre community to share the Broadway performances that most affected them as part of the audience. …

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Sneak Peek Of Jeremy Jordan Onstage In FINDING NEVERLAND by Pat Cerasaro

The hotly anticipated new stage adaptation of the recent PETER PAN-centric film FINDING NEVERLAND is currently in rehearsals, set for their first preview this week, and a preliminary sneak p…

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Toshihiko Sahashi Talks New SAILOR MOON Stage Musical, PETITE ETRANGER by Pat Cerasaro

Toshihiko Sahashi, the composer behind the brand new stage musical based on the super-successful long-running Japanese anime series SAILOR MOON set to premiere later this year in Tokyo, talk…

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The Young Vic's A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE, Starring Gillian Anderson and Ben Foster, Begins Tonight by BroadwayWorld

A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE opens at the Young Vic on Monday, July 28, with previews from tonight, July 23 and is booking to Friday, September 19, 2014. Gillian Anderson is Blanche DuBois, Ben …

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LIAISONS: RE-IMAGINING SONDHEIM FROM THE PIANO Now On Indiegogo by Pat Cerasaro

A new crowd-sourcing Indiegogo campaign has been established in support of the new piano-based Stephen Sondheim dedication project titled LIAISONS RE-IMAGINING SONDHEIM FROM THE PIANO.

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Capital Fringe 2014 Review: ‘The Fever’ by Diane Jackson Schnoor

(The Best of the Capital Fringe) The Fever, a tour de force solo performance featuring Patrick O’Brien from last year’s Fringe hit, Underneath the Lintel, is everything a Fringe show sho…

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