Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Lifetime to Air Special Six-Part Series BROADWAY BALANCES AMERICA This August by TV News Desk

Award-winning morning show The Balancing Act on Lifetime is excited to announce that it has recently completed shooting a special six-part series Broadway Balances America, sponsored by Bro…

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Hubbard Street, Bill T. Jones, Lil Buck and More Set for NY City Center's FALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL at The Delacorte in September by BroadwayWorld

Following the overwhelming success of New York City Center's sold out FALL FOR DANCE FESTIVAL last year in Central Park, New York City Center will once again present two free evenings of dan…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Diana Huey, Eddie Egan, Mel Maghuyop and More in MISS SAIGON at Flat Rock Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

Flat Rock Playhouse presents the Broadway and international hit musical, Miss Saigon, now through August 24 at The Flat Rock Playhouse Mainstage. As part of its 'Season of Laughter and Love'…

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STAGE TUBE: First Look at Season Premiere of DATES, MATES & CLEAN SLATES! by Stage Tube

The brand new season of DATES, MATES amp CLEAN SLATES starring Stephanie Gibson amp Julie Lubeck will premiere on Wednesday, July 30th 1pm. A web series about two relationship experts who …

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Site-Specific Work en la frontera by Dora Arreola

(Playas de Tijuana- Friendship Park) The day before our TCG National Conference in San Diego, a group of about 100 U.S. theatre professionals crossed the border and travelled to Tijuana, Mé…

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New Musical 'REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW' Begins Performances Tomorrow at Minetta Lane Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winner Cady Huffman and Kate Shindle head the cast of REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW OF RAGNAR AGNARSSON FURNITURE PAINTER, a world premiere musical with book, music & lyrics by Ívar P…

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Review: Catch the Fish (The Poor Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

If you are someone who can accept an obvious set-up in the service of some crude jokes, you may enjoy this show. If, however, you are looking for realistic relationships and a story that’…

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PHOTO CALL: The Heat Is On at Flat Rock Playhouse's Miss Saigon, Starring Diana Huey and Mel Maghuyop by Matthew Blank

Flat Rock Playhouse presents the international hit musical Miss Saigon July 24-Aug. 24.

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Performers from Motown, Violet, Cinderella and More Join Twenty-Somethings Concert by Michael Gioia

Krystal Joy Brown, Aaron C. Finley, Anastacia McCleskey, Steel Burkhardt and Jason Gotay are among the performers who have joined the lineup for Twenty-Somethings 2, featuring the music…

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Livestreaming The 2nd Annual Philadelphia One-Minute Play Festival by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. The One-Minute Play Festival & InterAct Theatre Company present The Second Philadelphia One-Minute Play Festival livestreaming on the global, peer produced, open source …

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Fall for Dance Returns to the Delacorte for Two Free Performances

The Public Theater has partnered with New York City Center for the special dance event.

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ArtsBeat: Sarah Kane Play Among Offerings at St. Ann’s Warehouse by Allan Kozinn

“4:48 Psychosis,” written shortly before Kane’s death, is among the highlights of the new season at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.

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Photo Flash: New Shots of Justin Matthew Sargent, Howie Michael Smith, Robert Cuccioli and More in Bay Street's MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Bay Street Theater presents the World Premiere of MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL now through August 31. This musical comedy book, music and lyrics by Adam Overett, is directed and choreographed by Mar…

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From the Headlines to the Stage: Tickets Now Available for Off-Broadway Premiere of Stalking The Bogeyman by Broadway.com

Tickets are now on sale for the off-Broadway premiere of Markus Potter’s Stalking The Bogeyman. The drama will begin performances at New World Stages on September 12 and officially ope…

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A New Hana Pravda: Hannah D. Scott Steps Into The Good and the True, Now Playing Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

Following visa issues that resulted in a delayed first performance, the off-Broadway American premiere of The Good and the True has found a new Hana Pravda. Hannah D. Scott has assumed the r…

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Set Your DVRs! Lifetime's Six-Part Miniseries Broadway Balances America Will Launch in August by Ryan Gilbert

Grab an extra cup of coffee because your mornings are about to get a Great White Way-sized makeover! Lifetime Channel's award-winning morning show The Balancing Act will present its new …

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Best in showbiz: West End wipes the floor with Broadway

The roof might be falling in at some venerable venues but London has supplanted New York as the most significant theatre capital in the world, a new report claims.

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STAGE TUBE: First Look at Jessica Grove, Alan Mingo Jr. and More in Highlights of NCT's THE LITTLE MERMAID by Stage Tube

North Carolina Theatre NCT, the region's premier producer of professional Broadway musicals now celebrating 30 years, presents their original production of Disney's The Little Mermaid, their…

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Behind The Scenes Video For Ahrens & Flaherty's LITTLE DANCER by Pat Cerasaro

The poster for the upcoming Kennedy Center premiere production of the new Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty musical LITTLE DANCER is now available to view.

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Twitter Watch: Lena Dunham Weighs in on Allison Williams as Peter Pan! by Bww Staff

On Twitter Watch, Lena Dunham wrote ' Allison is about to undertake one of the greatest drag roles in history and we are so proud we could burst. She will slay.'

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Due to Visa Problems, British Actress Steps into Off-Broadway's The Good and the True by Andrew Gans

Due to an indefinite delay in the processing of an international work visa for Isobel Pravda, British actress Hannah D. Scott has assumed the role of Hana Pravda in the American premiere of …

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Saved by the Bell's Original Screech, Dustin Diamond, Joins Bayside! The Musical!

The unauthorized parody has partnered with National Lampoon to expand its performance schedule.

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Pen Down: Lily Allen No Longer Attached to Upcoming Bridget Jones's Diary Musical by Ryan McPhee

v. disappointing. British pop star Lily Allen is no longer attached as composer to the upcoming Bridget Jones’s Diary musical adaptation, as previously reported back in 2010. Acco…

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Wish Granted! Aladdin Tony Winner James Monroe Iglehart is Broadway.com’s Newest Vlogger! by Ryan McPhee

You ain’t never had a friend like James Monroe Iglehart! The Aladdin star is the latest to give us a glimpse of backstage life on the Great White Way. Get excited for his vid…

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London Datebook: Guys & Dolls Rocks the Boat, Reg Returns & Dogfight Hops the Pond by Matt Wolf

Summer is officially winding down, but there’s no shortage of openings and special theatrical events all month long, from revivals of classic musicals (Guys and Dolls) to the European …

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Photo Flash: First Look at Claybourne Elder, Brynn O'Malley and More in Rehearsals for Signature Theatre's SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE by BroadwayWorld

Signature Theatre is proud to announce the cast of Sunday in the Park with George, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical, directed by Signature Associate Artistic Director Matthe…

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BWW TV: First Look at Trailer for Signature's SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE by BroadwayWorld TV

Signature Theatre is proud to announce the cast of Sunday in the Park with George, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning musical, directed by Signature Associate Artistic Director Matthe…

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Husband-and-Wife Team Will Star in World Premiere of Kingdom City at La Jolla Playhouse by Carey Purcell

La Jolla Playhouse has announced the cast and creative team for the world-premiere production of Kingdom City, a comedy about religious oppression in a small town.

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Curtain Down: "Kirstie," New Sitcom Featuring Kirstie Alley As Broadway Star, Canceled by Andrew Gans

"Kirstie," the new TV Land series that cast comedic actress Kirstie Alley as a Tony-winning Broadway star, has been canceled, according to Variety. 

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PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: "The World According to Chris!" Backstage at the DC Premiere of Carrie With Cast Member Eben Logan by Matthew Blank

Tony Award nominee Barbara Walsh stars as Margaret White in the Washington, D.C. premiere of the cult musical Carrie, based on the Stephen King novel, which officially opened July 13 at the…

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Theater News: La Jolla Playhouse Announces Casting for World Premiere of Kingdom City

The new comedy centers around a high school production of The Crucible.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Video Flash: Behind the Scenes With Ahrens and Flaherty's New Musical Little Dancer

The musical, featuring Tiler Peck, will have its world premiere at the Kennedy Center this fall under the direction of Susan Stroman.

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The Playwright’s Playground: ‘Gidion’s Knot’ Playwright Johnna Adams Speaks About Her Process, Discipline, Inspiration, and Playwriting Parano by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

Johnna Adams. The playwriting voice of Johnna Adams is bold and unique and the genre and styles of her plays are an eclectic mix. In 2013, Johnna received a Steinberg/American Theatre Criti…

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What I learned at the Meet and Greets for It’s Only A Play AND Kinky Boots. by Ken Davenport

Yesterday was one of those pinch-me-I’m-a-Producer days. It was the first day of rehearsal for two shows that I’m on, the star fest that is It’s Only A Play and the Nation…

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Photo Flash: A Sneak Peek at Meryl Streep and Disney's Upcoming Into the Woods Film

Chris Pine, Anna Kendrick, Billy Magnussen, and more fill the starry cast.

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Watch the Original Mary Martin Peter Pan and Think Lovely, Wonderful Thoughts

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Photo: Allison Williams Shares PETER PAN Photo on Instagram! by TV News Desk

Today, Williams turned to Instagram to share a very early pic of herself dressed as the iconic character

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Almost twice as many people visit the theatre than attend Premier League games by Keith Perry

The study into audience numbers reveals that theatre attendances in the capital are higher than for the whole of the Premier League put together

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Weird Al Yankovic: 'I think Robin Thicke was glad I just mocked his grammar' by Hadley Freeman

After 30 years in the music business, Weird Al Yankovic has finally broken through. Hadley Freeman asks the cult hero what it's like to be number one Continue reading...

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Dream Come True! First Photos of Into the Woods Film, Starring Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick & More, Released by Ryan McPhee

We’re just a few months away from Into the Woods hitting the big screen, and yes, the waiting has been agony beyond power of speech. But now, we finally have a taste of what the belove…

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PHOTO CALL: Anna Kendrick, Emily Blunt, James Corden, Lilla Crawford and Chris Pine Go "Into the Woods"; Disney Releases New Production Stills! by Matthew Blank

Disney has released brand new still images from the Into the Woods film, which will arrive in theatres Dec. 25. Check it out!

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See Picture of Allison Williams as Peter Pan (Photo) by Michael Gioia

Allison Williams, known for playing Marnie Michaels on the HBO series "Girls," will play the title role in NBC's upcoming telecast of "Peter Pan Live!," which is sche…

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Spotlight On...Spencer Glass by Michael Block

Name: Spencer GlassHometown: Long Island, NYEducation: Boston ConservatorySelect Credits: Goodspeed Opera House, Weston Playhouse, Disney Cruise LineWhy theater?: It's in my blood. And you d…

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terraNOVA Collective Now Accepting Submissions for Groundbreaks Playwright Group by Nytheater Now

This item from Andrea Alton, Press terraNOVA Collective is now accepting online submissions for the 2014-15 Groundbreakers Playwright Group. The Groundbreakers Playwrights Group will run fro…

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Lily Allen Done with BRIDGET JONES DIARY Musical: 'I'm Out of the Picture'! by BroadwayWorld

Today, Billboard reports that Allen is no longer composing music for the project.

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VIDEO: First Look - Tony Winner Cicely Tyson Featured on OPRAH'S MASTER CLASS Season Finale by TV News Desk

The season finale of the Emmy nominated series Oprah's Master Class with multiple award-winning living legend Cicely Tyson airs Sunday, August 3 at 1000pm ETPT on OWN Oprah Winfrey Network.

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Kate Blumberg, Todd Weeks & More to Lead La Jolla Playhouse's KINGDOM CITY this Fall; Jackson Gay to Direct by BroadwayWorld

La Jolla Playhouse announces the cast and creative team for its upcoming world-premiere production of Kingdom City, by Sheri Wilner, directed by Jackson Gay. The production runs September 4 …

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Review: Relatively Speaking (Frinton)

It was the play which brought Alan Ayckbourn to the attention of London audiences in 1967.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Broadway's Original Mary Poppins, Ashley Brown, Leads Goodspeed Workshop of Queen Mother

The new musical examines the life of silent film star Charlie Chaplin's mother, Hannah Hill.

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Go Inside Sutton Foster's 'All to Pieces' Transformation in Violet

BroadwayBox guides you through all the old Hollywood references Sutton Foster makes in Violet showstopper "All to Pieces."

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‘Shrek The Musical’ Opens at The Alliance Theatre Opens This Friday by Maggie Swan by Guest Author

The Kingdom of Far Far Away is coming to Chantilly High School. The Alliance Theatre is excited to announce their Summer 2014 production will be Shrek The Musical. Based on the Oscar-winnin…

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‘Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical’ Returns to MSG This Holiday Season by Broadway's Best Shows

MSG Entertainment is proud to present Dr. Seuss’ How The Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical at the Theater at Madison Square Garden beginning Friday, December 5 through Sunday, Decemb…

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Alison Fraser Channels Blanche Du Bois for "Tennessee Williams: Words and Music"

Alison Fraser's latest CD release "Tennessee Williams: Words and Music" is now available on Ghostlight Records. The album merges songs featured in the works of the iconic playwright with sel…

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Upcoming St. Louis Fashion Events

From ready-to-wear to wearable art view gowns of taffeta and butterflies.

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Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale, with Rock of Ages Star, to Play Holiday Run; Cast and Creative Team Announced by Andrew Gans

Broadway In Chicago will present the world premiere of Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale beginning Nov. 4 at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place.

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Next to Normal Will Return to Rock Brooklyn by Adam Hetrick

Brooklyn's Gallery Players has announced plans to stage the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal as part of the organization's 2014-15 season, which will also…

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BWW TV: THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Cast Brings the Music of the Night to Bryant Park! by BroadwayWorld TV

Last week's event featured performances from the cast of The Phantom of the Opera, including Jeremy Stolle, Jeremy Hays and Mary Michael Patterson. Check out clips of 'The Phantom of the Ope…

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First Production Photos From INTO THE WOODS Movie! Meryl Streep, Anna Kendrick & More by Pat Cerasaro

Eager fans awaiting Disney's hotly anticipated big screen adaptation of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's fairy tale-themed musical INTO THE WOODS may find some salvation later this week i…

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at noon (Broadway Time)
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The Week Ahead: ‘The Opponent,’ a Boxing Play from A Red Orchid NYC by Ben Brantley

The Rock and Anvil Boxing Gym has been assembled at 59E59 Theaters for the New York premiere of Brett Neveu’s “The Opponent.”

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Mu Performing Arts "Night Music" by Arthur Dorman

... it presents a fully formed production of a wise and witty musical with gorgeous music, and a delightfully offered moral: that if we shed pride and vanity, and see the world with clear e…

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Theater News: A New Work By Peter Brook Joins Theatre for a New Audience's Season

The legendary British director contributes a U.S. premiere to the Brooklyn-based theater.

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‘Heart’ at Wolf Trap by Maria Kuhns

Tuesday evening at Wolf Trap was not about female singer diva glitz or the vestiges of 80’s glamour rock. What it weir scintillating harmonies and punchy guitar riffs, these two hard-swin…

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Another way to cut through the noise by Win Goodbody

If all you want to see is the latest theater reviews, see the new recent reviews link in upper right sidebar for a trailing list. At some point I’ll go back and update for past stuff &…

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Naughty No More! Tony-Winning Matilda Star Oona Laurence to Star in Upcoming Film Lamb by Ryan McPhee

Original Matilda star Oona Laurence has been cast in the upcoming indie drama Lamb, Deadline reports. The Special Tony Award recipient will play awkward and unpopular 11-year-old T…

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Photos! Bette Midler Visits Her Former Harlette Linda Hart & the Cast of Piece of My Heart by Lindsay Champion

Bette Midler took a field trip to the Pershing Square Signature Center to catch Piece of My Heart and visit a dear friend—Linda Hart, who appeared in Midler’s trio of backup sing…

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News: C launches two new venues at Edinburgh Fringe by Nicola Merrifield

Edinburgh Fringe venue operator C Venues will launch three new spaces at the festival from tomorrow. C South is a 110-seat space with end-on staging at St Peter’s Church and will host work…

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Battle lines: what Chaucer and Eminem have in common by Baba Brinkman

The author of The Rap Canterbury Tales explains how the ideals of poetry and performance that Chaucer championed live on in hip-hop culture Continue reading...

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Charlie Ward review affecting and constantly surprising by Lyn Gardner

Cinema Museum, LondonSound&Fury's innovative installation movingly brings to life the role of Charlie Chaplin films in healing injured troops Continue reading...

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Andrea Martin to Reprise Tony-Winning Role in PIPPIN National Tour at Hollywood Pantages this Fall by BroadwayWorld

The producers of the 2013 Tony Award winning Best Revival of a Musical PIPPIN are thrilled to announce that Andrea Martin, who won 2013 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle Awards for c…

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ABSOLUTELY FILTHY Set to Premiere at FringeNYC on 8/8 by BroadwayWorld

Following its sold out run at South Coast Reportory's Studio SCR series, the critically acclaimed ABSOLUTELY FILTHY will be premiering at The New York International Fringe Festival FringeNYC…

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Ashley Brown, Katie Klaus & More to Lead QUEEN MOTHER Readings in NYC this Week by BroadwayWorld

In recent weeks the cast and creative team of the new musical Queen Mother, which chronicles the life of Hannah Hill, Charlie Chaplin's troubled mother, have been in residence on the Goodspe…

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Spotlight On...Isaac Harold by Michael Block

Name: Isaac HaroldHometown: Toronto, CanadaEducation: The American Musical and Dramatic Academy (New York); University of TorontoSelect Credits: Beauty and the Beast, Crazy for You, Hairspra…

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Matilda Star Oona Laurence Joins Cast of Indie Drama "Lamb" by Carey Purcell

Oona Laurence, who received a Special Tony Award for her performance as the precocious title character in Matilda The Musical, will appear in the independent film "Lamb," Dead…

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Readings of Queen Mother Musical, Chronicling Life of Charlie Chaplin's Troubled Mom, Will Feature Ashley Brown by Michael Gioia

Queen Mother, a new musical chronicling the life of Hannah Hill, Charlie Chaplin's troubled mother, will have invite-only industry workshops at New York Live Arts July 31 and Aug. 1.

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Katie Holmes Options "All We Had," About a Mother Who Sacrifices Everything by Michael Gioia

Katie Holmes, seen on Broadway in Dead Accounts, has optioned first-time author Annie Weatherwax's novel, "All We Had," and will develop it as a vehicle for herself, according …

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Tony-Winning Pippin Star Will Join Tour for Los Angeles Engagement by Michael Gioia

Andrea Martin, who won 2013 Tony, Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for creating the role of Berthe in the Tony Award-winning revival of Pippin, will reprise her performance for the…

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Review: The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes (Arcola Theatre)

Nabil Elouahabi shows us what he's made of in Nicolas Kent's production

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Review: Bouncers (Royal Court, Liverpool)

Bouncers impresses our critic as it returns to Liverpool's Royal Court Theatre

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Tim Reid writes about Hyde Park and U of C. by Kurt Chiang

I performed Too Much Light at my old school, the University of Chicago, sometime in my first year with the ... The post Tim Reid writes about Hyde Park and U of C. appeared first on The Ne…

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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A Completely Surreal Icelandic Musical Has the Best Recording of the Year by Jem Aswad

Throughout history, musicals have come with some pretty outrageous premises. But it's safe to say that none before REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW OF RAGNAR AGNARSSON FURNITURE PAINTER -- a rock mus…

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Push, London Coliseum, review: 'dazzling' by Rachel Ward

Russell Maliphant's contemporary creation still remains as thrilling as its original incarnation, says Rachel Ward

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Theater News: Yiddish Waiting for Godot Travels to Ireland for Its European Premiere

The production will return to New York City for a second off-Broadway run this fall.

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Thou Shalt Not Bore by Colin Mitchell

Am still in Colorado working frantically to turn my parents’ house into a new home for my brother’s family. Had an amazing road trip. Utah was especially spectacular. And the loc…

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Bouncers , Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool by Roger Foss

Royal Court Theatre, Liverpool: Originally intended as a last-minute stopgap when a planned production was dropped from last summer's programme, Bob Eaton's Liverpool-angled adapta…

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Push , London Coliseum by Neil Norman

London Coliseum: Although they were made separately, the three solos and one duet that comprise Push are so beautifully integrated that they appear to be a single work, exploded to reveal th…

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The Story Giant , Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis by Anne Broom

Marine Theatre, Lyme Regis: Big, bold and just a little scary, this production of Brian Patten's well-loved book has all the right ingredients to intrigue and entertain. Drawing us into…

Linked From The Stage at 11:33AM

Review: CLO succeeds in quest for a 'Spamalot' that stands out a lot

It’s not your parent’s “Monty Python and the Holy Grail,” and it’s not your ancestor’s Arthurian Legend, either.

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"When We Were Young and Unafraid" Looks Fearlessly at How Women Define Themselves by Broadway & Me

Playwright Sarah Treem is only 33 years-old, which means she’s much too young to have lived through the pre-Roe v. Wade days that provide the backdrop for her latest play When We Were Youn…

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It’s Moldy and Sweaty, and It’s Just Like Home by Kenneth Jones

Why Brett Neveu’s boxing drama is actually a family play — There is nothing particularly warm, welcoming, or homey about the setting of Brett Neveu’s The Opponent, a two-ch…

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BWW TV: Lena Hall, Constantine Maroulis, Billy Magnussen, and More Rock BROADWAY THE HARDWAY! by BroadwayWorld TV

42West just hosted BROADWAY THE HARDWAY last night, July 28. Alongside Tony winner Lena Hall's The Deafening, BROADWAY THE HARDWAY featured Tony nominee Billy Magnussen's Reserved For Rondee…

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London theatre audiences topped 22m last year, report says by Mark Brown, Arts Correspondent

The capital's 241 theatres had takings of nearly £620m last year, employing more than 3,000 performers at any one time Continue reading...

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News: New awards launched to honour classical theatre by Matthew Hemley

An awards ceremony dedicated entirely to classical theatre – which its organisers claim will be the first of its kind in the UK – will be launched in September. Created by theatre compan…

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Spotlight On...Cheryl Faraone by Michael Block

photo courtesy of Andrea ReeseName: Cheryl FaraoneHometown: Rochester NYEducation: Catholic University, Florida State UniversityFavorite Credits: Pentecost (of course), Serious Money, Mad Fo…

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VIDEO: Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Visit Frank Sinatra School of the Arts by TV News Desk

Grammy-winning singers Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett visited Frank Sinatra School of the Arts in Queens, NY recently to talk to the students about pursuing their dream of careers in the arts.

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A Triumphant and Turbulent Brigadoon at the Goodman by Matthew Wexler

It’s calm waters this summer in New York City as the theater scene rejuvenates for openings this fall. But head west to the Tony Award-winning Goodman Theatre in Chicago you’ll be witnes…

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Everyone's a Critic: Chris Jones on the Changing State of Journalism and Interacting With Readers by Ademola Bello

Chicago Tribune theatre critic and director of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute Chris Jones talks with Playbill.com about the state of theatre criticism…

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"Peter Pan Live!" Star Allison Williams Singing on "Girls," Kesha's "Tik Tok" and More (Video) by Playbill Staff

Allison Williams, known for playing Marnie Michaels on the HBO series "Girls," will play the title role in NBC's upcoming telecast of "Peter Pan Live!," which is sche…

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PHOTO CALL: Jessica Grové Is The Little Mermaid at North Carolina Theatre by Matthew Blank

The North Carolina Theatre production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid plays July 29-Aug. 3 at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

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Over 20 Million People Attended London Theatre in 2012-13; Other Stats Announced by Mark Shenton

In 2012-13 more than 22 million people attended London theatre performances, according to the London Theatre Report, the first-ever comprehensive study across all professional sectors of Lon…

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Maine State's Footloose Casts Its Ren McCormack, Ariel, Reverend Shaw and More by Andrew Gans

Casting has been announced for the Maine State Music Theatre's upcoming production of the dance-themed Broadway musical Footloose, which will be presented Aug. 6-23.

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John Douglas Thompson Will Return to TFANA in 2014-15 Season; Peter Brook and Fiasco Theater Also Featured by Carey Purcell

Theatre For a New Audience, the company dedicated to presenting Shakespeare and classic American drama, has announced the lineup for its 2014-15 season at the Polonsky Shakespeare Center.

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West End theatre beats Broadway and Hollywood, new report finds

The roof might be falling in at some venerable venues but London has supplanted New York as the most significant theatre capital in the world, a new report claims.

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Audio Share: EXCLUSIVE: Erin Davie Sings the Title Number From Bob Merrill's Infamous Musical Breakfast at Tiffany's

The Broadway actress offers a preview of 54 Below's Unsung Bob Merrill concert.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Q&A: Ryann Redmond

Ryann spills all the details from her workshop experiences in our next episode- and this girl has STYLE! Name: Ryann Redmond Where are you from? Atlanta, GA  Broadway credits: If/The…

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A Conversation with John Cariani (actor) and Julianne Boyd (director) discussing Mark St. Germain's Dancing Lessons by Fred Sokol

[Cariani] has been rehearsing the two person Dancing Lessons with Paige Davis for two weeks. Playwright Mark St. Germain has been in the hall for virtually all rehearsals.

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Porgy and Bess, Regent's Park, review: 'a knockout' by Charles Spencer

The Gershwins' masterpiece is played with rare panache in this electrifying production, says Charles Spencer

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Are cultural districts transforming the world? by Rupert Christiansen

Governments across the globe have used culture to regenerate cities, but they may not like the consequences, says Rupert Christiansen

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TV News: Girls Star Allison Williams Cast as Title Character in NBC's Peter Pan Live!

Williams will put her vocal chops to the test in the live telecast this December.

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Chesterfield Arts comes to a crossroads

A series of misfortunes puts the successful group on the financial ropes.

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VIDEO: Check Out Music Video for New Nick Jonas Single 'Chains' by BroadwayWorld

This morning, Nick Jonas debuted his new music video to the first single from his upcoming, yet-to-be titled solo album on Island Records.

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The Secret Garden review ingenious design in an alfresco setting by Alfred Hickling

Grosvenor Park Open Air theatre, ChesterKate Saxon's adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett's novel boasts heart, charm and a thoroughly convincing cast Continue reading...

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Girls Star Allison Williams Will Play Peter Pan in NBC Telecast by Imogen Lloyd Webber

She's flying! Girls star Allison Williams will play the titular character in the upcoming NBC telecast of Peter Pan Live! on December 4. The classically trained singer will joi…

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VIDEO: 'What If' Star Daniel Radcliffe Gives Haircut to Complete Stranger on JIMMY KIMMEL by TV News Desk

Daniel Radcliffe stopped by last night's JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE to talk about his latest film 'What If', however soon found himself on Hollywood Blvd giving his very first haircut to a complete s…

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STAGE TUBE: NBC Finds Its Peter Pan! Listen to Allison Williams in Action! by Stage Tube

With several months until the broadcast there is still plenty of time to prepare for Williams' upcoming appearance in the special and BroadwayWorld wants you to get a chance to know the star…

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Breaking News: GIRLS Star Allison Williams Will Fly High as Title Character in NBC's PETER PAN LIVE! Special by BroadwayWorld

Girls star and classically trained singer Allison Williams has been cast as the iconic title character in NBC's Dec. 4 telecast of Peter Pan Live

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Broadway Actors Set for Westport's Things We Do for Love; John Tillinger Directs by Andrew Gans

Casting has been announced for the Westport Country Playhouse's upcoming production of Alan Ayckbourn’s Things We Do for Love, which will begin performances Aug. 19.

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Morgan James, Jenna Leigh Green and Jeremy Kushnier Are Part of Killing Strawhead Reading by Andrew Gans

A reading of Gregg Ostrin's new play Killing Strawhead is presented July 30 at 4 PM at NOLA Studios' Studio One.

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They're Playing His Songs: London Concert Will Celebrate Music of Marvin Hamlisch in August by Mark Shenton

Hamlisch, a concert celebrating the music of the late Broadway composer Marvin Hamlisch, will be staged for two performances only Aug. 24 at London's St. James Theatre, with performances…

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Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale Will Play Limited Holiday Run; Cast and Creative Team Announced by Andrew Gans

Broadway In Chicago will present the world premiere of Dee Snider's Rock & Roll Christmas Tale beginning Nov. 4 at the Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place.

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"Girls" Star Lands Coveted Title Role in NBC's "Peter Pan Live!" by Andrew Gans

"Girls" star and classically trained singer Allison Williams has been cast in the title role of NBC's upcoming telecast of "Peter Pan Live!," which is scheduled for D…

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Features: 5 London theatres with really cool places to eat and drink

A trip to the theatre needn't be just to watch a show. Ben Hewis takes a look at five awesome London theatres for pre-show wining and dining, what are your favourites?

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, July 30, 2014 by Susan Grace

  Today’s Hightlights: * The National Theatre‘s Great Britain, by Richard Bean, directed by Nicholas Hytner, featuring Billie Piper, Sarah Annis, Ross Boatman, Robert Calve…

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Piece of My Heart Star Teal Wicks Takes on Six Questions About the Swinging ‘60s

Piece of My Heart star Teal Wicks talks Paul Newman, Andy Warhol and the mashed potato.

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Step Right Up! by Jay Reisberg

Dandy Darkly’s Pussy Panic: More Tales of Sex and Death Written and Performed by Dandy Darkly Directed by Ian Bjorklund Hot! Festival 2014: The NYC Celebration of Queer Culture Di…

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Jessica Lange to Receive Santa Barbara Film Fest's Kirk Douglas Award by Scott Feinberg

The 65-year-old two-time Oscar winner and two-time Emmy winner, who recently received an Emmy nomination for "American Horror Story: Coven," will be presented with the honor at a black-tie g…

Linked From The Hollywood Reporter at 09:30AM

New Orleans and The DISTILLERY: Creative Visibility by HowlRound

By Emilie Whelan. The DISTILLERY is a creative residency for mid-career New Orleans-based performing artists to utilize while they are crafting a new performance. The DISTILLERY values local…

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Production News: Bakersfield Mist to close three weeks early by Matthew Hemley

Bakersfield Mist starring Kathleen Turner is to close three weeks earlier than planned, with producers blaming poor ticket sales among tourists. The show will close on August 9, instead of i…

Linked From The Stage at 09:18AM

Eugene O'Neill Theater Center a Launch Pad for Theater Greats

What do actors Michael Douglas, Meryl Streep, and Judith Light have in common? They all got their start at the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. NY1's Frank DiLella filed the following report f…

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News: Tennant and Jacobi among performers demanding ACE justifies Orange Tree cuts by Nicola Merrifield

David Tennant, Simon Russell Beale, Penelope Wilton and Derek Jacobi have added their names to a letter urging Arts Council England to explain its decision to remove Orange Tree Theatre’s …

Linked From The Stage at 09:09AM

Lady Gaga Gives Spontaneous Jam Session Following Performance with Bennettt by BroadwayWorld

Gaga followed up the concert Monday night by giving a spontaneous performance at one of her favorite spots, the Lower East Side's Rivington FampB.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Alex Ross, Sarah Elizabeth Smith and More in the Regional Premiere of THE BOY FROM OZ at Uptown Players by BroadwayWorld

Uptown Players closes its 2014 season with the Regional Premiere of the 2003 Tony Award winning musical, The Boy From Oz. This is the first regional theater production announced in the Unite…

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Demi Lovato to Duet with Nick Jonas on His Upcoming Solo Album by TV News Desk

E News reports exclusively that Demi Lovato will appear on Nick Jonas' new album

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GYPSY OF THE MONTH: Daniel J. Watts by Adrienne Onofri

In his seventh Bway show in his eight years in NY, Daniel wowed audiences with his 'After Midnight' tap dancing.

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Original Newsies Celebrate Ensemblist Spirit on Broadway.com

Original Newsies Celebrate Ensemblist Spirit on Broadway.com : Perhaps no Broadway encompasses the ensemblist spirit like Newsies, so it was a joy to see this great broadway.com feature of …

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JOIN US: Become a Green Room blogger! by The Team

Do you have a lot of feelings about contemporary musical theater? Do you like to express those feelings in writing? Perfect. Join us. The Green Room is looking for bloggers to write posts e…

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The APL Drama Club Presents ’12 Angry Men’ August 8-17, 2014 at Parson’s Hall in Laurel, MD by Lynn Reggia by Guest Author

The APL Drama Club is rather unique. The non-profit theater group based in Laurel, Maryland is affiliated with the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab and is composed primarily of r…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 08:17AM

WAKE UP with BWW 7/30/14 - SEX WITH STRANGERS at Second Stage, Rick Bayless in Chicago 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 SEX WITH STRANGERS opens at Second Sta…

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The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes review an Iraqi's identity crisis by Michael Billington

Arcola, LondonThis story of a Sunni man who flees sectarian Iraq for a life in Britain is more striking in individual scenes than as a whole Continue reading...

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Kelly Briggs Stars in Monty Python's SPAMALOT, Beginning Tonight at NJ's Surflight Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Monty Python's SPAMALOT, the madcap Tony Award-winning musical continues Surflight Theatre's 65th Anniversary Season from today, July 30, through August 24. Directed by Charlie Siedenburg an…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 08:07AM

BWW CD Reviews: Broadway Records' WHERE THE SKY ENDS: THE MUSIC OF MICHAEL MOTT Awakens Dreamers by David Clarke

To be utterly candid, I had never heard of Michael Mott until the review copy of Broadway Records WHERE THE SKY ENDS THE SONGS OF MICHAEL MOTT landed in my mailbox. I read over the press rel…

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Celebrity Chef Rick Bayless Stars in Theatrical Feast CASCABEL, Opening Tonight at Lookingglass Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Lookingglass Theatre, Frontera Grill and Silverguy Entertainment present the return of Rick Bayless in Cascabel Dinner - Daring - Desire, the unforgettable theatrical adventure featuring a s…

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The Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes, Arcola Theatre, review: Witty and rawly topical

When he was the artistic director of the Tricycle, Nicolas Kent was renowned for the creative tenacity with which he kept the heat turned up on the issue of Iraq – not least in the tribuna…

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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YouTube Fireside Chat – Elaine Stritch Edition by Lindsay Price

YouTube Fireside Chat – Elaine Stritch Edition Join Lindsay Price and Craig Mason in a YouTube Fireside Chat about Elaine Stritch. They discuss little seen performance clips and how St…

Linked From Theatrefolk at 07:41AM

News: Threatened New Bradford Playhouse saved by private buyer by Georgia Snow

The New Bradford Playhouse’s future as a performance venue has been secured after being bought by a local enthusiast. It was set to be auctioned off by liquidators Clough and Co, in whose …

Linked From The Stage at 07:07AM

News: Secret Cinema confirms Back to the Future will open this week by Nicola Merrifield

Secret Cinema has announced its immersive production of Back to the Future will go ahead from this Thursday, following the cancellation of its opening performances. The production, which inv…

Linked From The Stage at 07:07AM

News: Concert to celebrate the work of Marvin Hamlisch by Matthew Hemley

Louise Dearman is to perform at a celebration of the work of Marvin Hamlisch, produced by the team behind the recent staging of Putting It Together at the St James Theatre. The Music of the&…

Linked From The Stage at 07:07AM

Edinburgh preview: Sochi 2014 by A Younger Theatre

This time last summer, Facebook feeds and news outlets alike were drowning in images of young, bloodied Russians holding up ripped and torn rainbow flags in Moscow and St Petersburg, while c…

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Your Edinburgh: share your festival photographs by Marta Bausells and Guardian Readers

Whether youre cracking up on the Fringe, hanging out with bookish types at Charlotte Square, performing, working, or just generally going down with festival fever, share your pictures with u…

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Holly Walsh: I build my comedy block-by-block like Lego by Holly Walsh

Standup is a great way to process bad things that happen to you. I love filling a routine with ideas and mini-punchlines Continue reading...

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BWW's On This Day - July 30, 2014

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 30 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Theatre News: Full cast announced for Chichester's Gypsy starring Imelda Staunton

Gemma Sutton and Dan Burton are among those joining Staunton, Lara Pulver and Kevin Whately

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Photos: Show Pics: Shrek The Musical on tour

A little teaser of what to expect if you're planning on seeing the show

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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News: Exam proposals edge out practical work in dance GCSE and A levels by Nicola Merrifield

Proposed government reforms for music and dance GCSE and A Levels that reduce the emphasis on practical work will be “hugely damaging” to pupils if they are introduced, industry bodies h…

Linked From The Stage at 06:06AM

News: London theatre takes £620m at box office in 2012/13, report finds by Matthew Hemley

Around £620 million was spent on London theatre tickets in 2012/13 by more than 22 million people, according to a major new report. The findings are included in London Theatre Report, which…

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Features: Bristol Proms

The first night of Bristol Proms was a theatrical feast of classical music.

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Theatre News: Summer Strallen, Anton du Beke and Dianne Pilkington lead one-off charity cabaret

The trio will be joined by a host of West End stars in The Philippine Dream at the Leicester Square Theatre, held in aid of the Tuloy Foundation in Manila

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Photo Coverage: SHREK THE MUSICAL UK Tour, Starring Chisnall And Brookes! by BroadwayWorld

The UK and Ireland tour of SHREK THE MUSICAL premieres tonight, Wednesday 30 July at the Grand Theatre in Leeds before 'taking ogre' Bristol, Nottingham, Belfast, Dublin, Oxford, Manchester,…

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'Jews Who Rock' Only Scratches Surface of Fame and Faith

‘Jews Who Rock’ is a new exhibit that takes a one-size-fits all approach to musicians who are members of the tribe. Too bad it barely scratches the surface of their relationships to …

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Pulitzer Prize-Winning Marilynne Robinson Discusses Her First Trip to Israel

Prize-winning author Marilynne Robinson talks about how it felt to see Israel as a tangible landscape for the first time, what she thinks about BDS and how her trip will inform her future wr…

Linked From forward.com at 06:00AM
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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San Diego Theater Preview: QUARTET (The Old Globe) by Tony Frankel

FOUR PLAY The setting for Ronald Harwood’s 1999 play is a retirement home in England for former opera singers. Three of the residents,  Reginald, Cecily, and Wilfred, try to persuade…

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San Diego Theater Review: INTO THE WOODS (Fiasco Theater at The Old Globe) by Tony Frankel

FINDING NEW MOMENTS IN THE WOODS I wondered at the intermission of Fiasco Theater’s production of Into the Woods why they hadn’t cast amazing singers. Up to this point, the ten-member en…

Linked From Stage and Cinema at 05:42AM

A Platform for Moving Bodies

The Pilobolus Dance Theater leads its annual season at the Joyce Theater in New York with 'On the Nature of Things.'

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TV & radio reviews: TV review: Commonwealth Games: Opening Ceremony; Virtually Famous by Harry Venning

Harry Venning’s verdict on the spectacular, subversive kickstart to the Glasgow games

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50 years of Cambridge Folk Festival: 1985-94's playlist by Eddie Barcan

This weekend, the Cambridge Folk Festival celebrates its 50th anniversary this year. Manager and Artistic Director Eddie Barcan, who has programmed it for the past 21 years, has chosen a son…

Linked From The Guardian at 05:04AM
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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My Boyfriend Is a Monster by Sam Hurwitt

Nazi saboteur Armageddon captured Steve Trevor only to let him escape. In this issue, we see why.

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Theatre News: Infographic: SOLT report reveals London theatre makes more money than cinema

This was one of the findings of the London Theatre Report 2014, which also discovered that the average ticket price in London fell by more than £1 in 2012/13

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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TV & radio reviews: Radio review: Red Velvet; Eugenie Grandet by Moira Petty

Fledgling dramatists tend to write about the familiar: mercifully, the muse visits few plumbers, so we are spared the agonies of the U-bend. Lolita Chakrabarti is also an actor, so her solo …

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Storming the stage: Roger Allam in The Tempest at Shakespeare's Globe video by Guardian Staff

Watch a clip from The Tempest recorded live at Shakespeare's Globe, in London, in the summer of 2013. Jeremy Herrin's production stars Roger Allam who, in the words of Michael Billington, 'e…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:02AM

Roger Allam: how Sheila Hancock gave me a Dream gig with the RSC by Roger Allam

On tour with the Royal Shakespeare Company in the early 80s I found my feet playing Oberon, Theseus and Mercutio to Daniel Day-Lewis's Romeo Continue reading...

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WATCH: La Traviata live from Glyndebourne by Telegraph Staff

Watch: Verdi's classic opera La Traviata live from Glyndebourne on August 10 at 5.30pm

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Best Leaders Are Internally Motivated by Joe Patti

There was a post on the Harvard Business Review blog site about a recent leadership study – Why You Lead Determines How Well You Lead. According to the study, people with an internal m…

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They’re lining up by Win Goodbody

Line for the 7:30 show on big screen.

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STAGE TUBE: DATES, MATES & CLEAN SLATES Kicks Off New Season Today by Stage Tube

The brand new season of DATES, MATES amp CLEAN SLATES starring Stephanie Gibson amp Julie Lubeck will premiere today, July 30th at 1pm. A web series about two relationship experts who give g…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:02AM

Gail Bennett Stars as MARY POPPINS, Beginning Tonight at Ogunquit Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

Mary Poppins is set to fly over the rooftops of London and into the Ogunquit Playhouse tonight, July 30 to August 30 This family musical features the delightful songs from the cherished Dis…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:02AM

VOCA PEOPLE Makes UK Debut at Edinburgh Fringe, Now thru Aug 25 by BroadwayWorld

The VOCA PEOPLE will make their UK debut at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2014, with a thrilling and original musical comedy sensation already seen by over 1 million viewers worldwide. Th…

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THE BEST OF IDINA MENZEL Vocal Selections Out Today by Pat Cerasaro

A new collection of sheet music pertaining to internationally recognized performer and vocalist Idina Menzel is now available to order, including hits from FROZEN, GLEE, WICKED and more.

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Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Talk Great American Songbook & CHEEK TO CHEEK by Pat Cerasaro

Iconic crooner Tony Bennett teams up with chart-topping pop superstar Lady Gaga for a new duets album containing multiple Great American Songbook standards and the performers discuss the new…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:02AM

Sara Bareilles Previews Song From WAITRESS: THE MUSICAL by Pat Cerasaro

Pop superstar Sara Bareilles sings an original song penned for her upcoming mainstage adaptation of the indie comedy WAITRESS in a new live concert clip available to view.

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MAD Magazine's Vintage Parodies Of WEST SIDE STORY & WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? by Pat Cerasaro

Vintage parodies of theatre classics WEST SIDE STORY and WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF figure into the new spotlight on classic humor tome MAD Magazine on a new Studio 360 segment.

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A new Lantern Festival will light up the Missouri Botanical Garden

MoBot's all-new edition opens May 23, 2015.

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Theatre News: Phoenix Dance Theatre join Choir to Honour WW1 on Salford Quays, 2 August

Organisers claim this is the largest outdoor remembrance event of its kind this summer.

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Broadway Boys: Mr. July 2014: Curtis Holbrook by JK

Mr. July 2014Curtis HolbrookWHY HE'S MR. BROADWAY: It's been an interesting month for one of my all-time favorite performers.  He's been co-starring with (as the Times Square billboard …

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Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Aussie musical LOVEBiTES returns! by Cassie Tongue

LOVEBiTES, created by the minds behind hit Australian musical The Hatpin (James Millar and Peter Rutherford) has found a new home on Australian stages at Sydney’s Hayes Theatre. From W…

Linked From AussieTheatre at 01:27AM
Wednesday, July 30, 2014 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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FUNNY GIRL • Stray Dog Theatre by Andrea

Stray Dog closes its season with Bob Merrill and Jule Styne's "Funny Girl", very loosely based on the life of turn-of-the-century actress, singer and radio star, Fanny Brice. This story of a…

Linked From St. Louis Theatre Snob at 12:49AM

Passion, Sex, Ambition! Sex With Strangers, Starring Anna Gunn and Billy Magnussen, Opens Off-Broadway by Michael Gioia

Emmy Award winner Anna Gunn ("Breaking Bad") and Tony Award nominee Billy Magnussen (Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike) star in Second Stage Theatre's production of Laura Eas…

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THEIR FAVORITE THINGS: Beautiful Tony Nominee Anika Larsen 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. …

Linked From Playbill at 12:24AM

Monty Python's Spamalot, Starring Kelly Briggs as King Arthur, Begins Tonight by Michael Gioia

Surflight Theatre's production of the Tony Award-winning musical Monty Python's Spamalot, directed by Charlie Siedenburg, begins performances July 30 in Beach Haven, NJ, as part of t…

Linked From Playbill at 12:24AM

Everyone's a Critic: Chris Jones on the Changing State of Journalism, Diversity in the Field and Interacting With His Readers by Ademola Bello

Chicago Tribune theatre critic and director of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Critics Institute Chris Jones talks with Playbill.com about the state of theatre criticism…

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Culinary and Theatrical Show Rick Bayless in Cascabel: Dinner – Daring – Desire Begins in Chicago Tonight by Carey Purcell

Celebrity chef Rick Bayless stars in a return engagement of the culinary and theatrical experience Rick Bayless in Cascabel: Dinner – Daring – Desire beginning July 30. 

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Stephen Schwartz On Career Beginnings, Harry Chapin & FOLLIES by Pat Cerasaro

Versatile Broadway composer and lyricist Stephen Schwartz discusses his career beginnings and much more as part of a new video interview.

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The Lamentable Tragedy Gets Fuzzy: Puppet Titus Andronicus Now Open Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

They make murder and cannibalism look so…cuddly! Puppet Titus Andronicus opens at Theatre Row’s Beckett Theatre on July 30. The Ryan Rinkel-helmed production will run through Au…

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Sex with Strangers, Starring Emmy Winner Anna Gunn & Billy Magnussen, Opens Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

Screw Broadway…can we be sex bloggers?! Sex with Strangers celebrates its opening night at Second Stage’s Tony Kiser Theatre on July 30. Laura Eason’s steamy drama stars E…

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Interviews: Kristen Bell Reunites With Her Tribe of "Musical-Theater Junkies" in Hair at the Hollywood Bowl

The Frozen actress talks about in-performance pregnancy and the drawbacks of mounting the revolutionary rock musical in the days of camera phones.

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