Monday, April 21, 2014 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Daniel Radcliffe Returns to Broadway as Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan Officially Opens

Michael Grandage's production of the dark comedy plays the Cort Theatre.

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Photo Flash: Sutton Foster and the Cast of Broadway's Violet "Let It Sing" on Opening Night

Jeanine Tesori and Brian Crawley's musical also stars Colin Donnell and Joshua Henry.

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VIOLET – a remarkable, reimagined Sutton Foster mesmerizes in this gripping musical by Oscar E Moore

Standing tall and plain without any makeup Sutton Foster - center stage – in a spot light that she truly deserves - begins to take us on a Greyhound bus journey of discovery (North Carolin…

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Minotaur review a ripping yarn that needs more feeling by Emily Drabble

Polka theatreKevin Dyer's fast-paced reimagining of Greek myth is long on entertainment but short on emotional depth and boldnessThe Polka theatre in south-west London is a charming place fo…

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La Merda review 'Extraordinary, terrifying and hard to ignore' by Lyn Gardner

Soho theatre, LondonThis startling monologue on body image, fame and politics is performed with mesmerising bravery by a naked Silvia GalleranoShe sits on a small, raised metal platform, lik…

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The Verdict: Critics Review Violet on Broadway Starring Sutton Foster by Playbill Staff

The Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway production of Violet, starring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, officially opened at the American Airlines Theatre April 20.

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The Verdict: Critics Review The Cripple of Inishmaan Starring Daniel Radcliffe by Playbill Staff

Following a sold-out London run, the Michael Grandage production of Martin McDonagh's The Cripple of Inishmaan, starring Daniel Radcliffe, officially opened on Broadway April 20 at the C…

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The Heir Apparent, Featuring Olivier Winner Suzanne Bertish, Extends Run at Classic Stage Company by Carey Purcell

The Heir Apparent, David Ives' comedy about familial fortunes, has extended its run at the Classic Stage Company through May 11. 

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Complete Casting Announced for The Village Bike Starring Golden Globe Nominee Greta Gerwig by Adam Hetrick

Complete casting has been announced for the MCC Theater production of Penelope Skinner's The Village Bike, starring Golden Globe Award-nominated actress Greta Gerwig, which will begin pr…

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Next Season Preview: National Theatre by Peter Marks

The revivified National Theatre rolls out its 2014-15 season in our 11th installment of looking ahead at D.C.’s theater offerings. It’s a roster that includes the Washington debuts of …

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‘Underneath the Lintel’ at MetroStage by Yvonne French

I know a lot of librarians who would love Underneath the Lintel (and non-librarians too like those in the audience last night who were having a great time). First, it includes variety of …

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STC’s Henry IV Part 1 is Utter Grandeur by Lorraine Treanor

Taken together, Parts One and Two of Shakespeare’s Henry IV are so big that they need a category of their own. I left Friday night’s performance of Part Two thinking of cathedrals, which…

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The Heir Apparent, Starring David Pittu & Suzanne Bertish, Extends Off-Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The Classic Stage Company’s production of The Heir Apparent has extended its run though May 11 off-Broadway. Written by David Ives and directed by John Rando, the play stars Tony nomin…

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Jason Butler Harner to Join Greta Gerwig in Penelope Skinner's The Village Bike Off-Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Jason Butler Harner (COCK and TV’s Homeland) will join the previously announced screen star Greta Gerwig in the American premiere of Penelope Skinner's The Village Bike. Directed b…

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Violet - An incredible, gripping entertainment starring Sutton Foster has opened under the radar with an explosive impact of talent that stuns leaving by Oscar E. Moore

Violet’s story unfolds simply and stylistically under the graceful and sharp direction of Leigh Silverman who has given a special aura to this production.

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BroadwaySpotted’s Next Big Star – EXTENDED DEADLINE! by BroadwaySpotted

We’re extending the deadline for our Next Big Star contest!  Submissions are due: Friday 4/25. Do you think you have what it takes to be BroadwaySpotted’s Next Big Star?  Enter…

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Review: The Cripple of Inishmaan by Frank Scheck

Daniel Radcliffe in The Cripple of Inishmaan (©Johan Persson) His face may be prominently displayed on the Playbill cover and theater marquee, but Daniel Radcliffe melts seamlessly i…

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Theater News: The Velocity of Autumn, Starring Estelle Parsons, Opens on Broadway Tonight

Eric Coble's two-hander about a Molotov-cocktail-wielding septuagenarian also stars Stephen Spinella.

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Just because: Buster Keaton on This Is Your Life

Buster Keaton is the guest on a 1957 episode of Ralph Edwards' This Is Your Life:: (This is the latest...

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Almanac: Max Beerbohm on caricature

"The most perfect caricature is that which, on a small surface, with the simplest means, most accurately exaggerates, to the...

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A vision of joy

Al Hirschfeld, who adored jazz, drew Louis Armstrong for the first time in 1939 and continued to do so repeatedly...

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Theater preview: Pioneer Theatre raises curtain on 2014-15 titles in season ‘for everybody’ by Blair Howell

Pioneer Theatre Company's 2014-15 season will include resident productions of "Peter and the Starcatcher," "One Man, Two Guvnors," "The Music Man," "I Hate Hamlet," "The 25th Annual Putnam C…

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International Touring by Michael Kaiser

I have to admit it: in my 30 year arts management career I have been ambivalent about the value of international touring. While many of my peers disagree strenuously with me, for every bene…

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Kenneth Jones' "Alabama Story" To Get World Premiere by Pioneer Theatre Company by Kenneth Jones

The 2014-15 season of Pioneer Theatre Company in Salt Lake City will include the world premiere of Kenneth Jones' fact-inspired drama "Alabama Story," previously developed by Pioneer and Ala…

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Oliver Hardy and Harry Langdon in “Zenobia” by Trav S.D.

  Today is the anniversary of the release date of the Hal Roach feature Zenobia (1939). This is an interesting movie for all sorts of reasons. One is that it is a very late Oliver Hardy f…

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DC voters give Shakespeare’s scathing comedy the win in Folger’s March Madness by Tim Treanor

Much Ado About Nothing, a riotous play which features the scathing wordplay of the world’s most famous love-hate relationship, Beatrice and Benedick, scored an upset victory over the legen…

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Bullets Over Broadway by Richard Seff

I had  the feeling, while watching the new Susan Stroman-Woody Allen musical, that it might have been conceived during something like the following conversation: SS:  “Woody, I’…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: Violet by JK

Review of the Saturday, March 19 matinee preview performance presented by the Roundabout Theatre Company at The American Airlines Theatre in New York City. Starring Sutton Foster, …

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Features: Theatre highlights of the week: Privacy, Shakespeare's birthday and a Chekhov double bill

We take a look at the big openings in a week that marks the 450th birthday of the great bard

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Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Twelfth Night? by Michael Billington

This comedy demands a balance between laughter and pain and needs a strong, all-round ensemble. Here's a handful of stagings to celebrateTwelfth Night is Shakespeare's most perfect comedy. …

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The Beautiful Cosmos of Ivor Cutler review 'A big grin of a show' by Mark Fisher

Citizens theatre, GlasgowSandy Grierson's performance is the tribute of a true devotee in this marvellous musical, as embraceable as the man himself Ivor Cutler: 'He didn't live by the same …

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“Unforgettable” – Audra McDonald in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill by Richard Seff

As you enter New York’s Circle in the Square, you are faced with the stage floor transformed into a small cabaret in which a jazz trio is entertaining some 30 or 40 people seated at ta…

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Arts Collective @ Howard Community College presents ‘Ragtime’ May 8 – 18th by Guest Author

Arts Collective @ Howard Community College presents the Monumental Tony Award-Winning Musical RAGTIME May 8 – 18th This spring, Howard Community College’s (HCC) Arts Collective (AC) prou…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Daniel Radcliffe on Broadway The Cripple of Inishmaan reviews by Guardian Stage

After a lukewarm response to his last Broadway appearance, the Harry Potter star has US critics in raptures with his portrayal of Billy Claven in Martin McDonagh's dark comedyIn Martin McDon…

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Burlesque Tribute to Edward Gorey by Trav S.D.

Filed under: Burlesk, Contemporary Variety, PLUGS Tagged: Baleful Burlesque, Edward Gorey, Parkside Lounge

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Review: Violet by Brian Scott Lipton

The amazing Sutton Foster in yet another Tony-worthy performance...

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Review: Violet at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

- this musical's long journey from page to screen, to off-Broadway, and finally, to Broadway . .

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Review of "Violet", Starring Sutton Foster by David Stanley

If you’re a theatre geek, you love Sutton Foster and are a fan of composer Jeanine Tesori, then see "Violet".

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Review: The Cripple of Inishmaan,a Prequel at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Why a 3rd New York production of Martin McDonagh's play? Answer: Daniel Radcliffe . .

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Off-Broadway Theater Review: TO DAMASCUS, PART 1 (Strindberg Rep at Gene Frankel Theatre) by Dmitry Zvonkov

STRINDBERG ON PROZAC Throughout my tenure with Stage and Cinema I have criticized a number of productions for staging foreign plays too literally, insisting that it is misguided for director…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: TOP GIRLS (Antaeus Theatre Company in North Hollywood) by Tony Frankel

YOU’RE THE TOP, GIRLS For the most part, Joyce, a working class Englishwoman in Ipswich is not a sympathetic or likeable person: She is annoyed by her 16-year-old daughter Angie (who admit…

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News Nuggets: Will Clint Eastwood work Oscar magic with 'Jersey Boys' film musical? by Gold Derby

Could Clint Eastwood work his Oscar magic again this summer? The first trailer for "Jersey Boys" is unveiled from the four-time Academy Award winner. The Warner Bros. film is an ad…

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‘The Cripple of Inishmaan,’ theater review by Joe Dziemianowicz

Daniel Radcliffe has appeared naked on stage, but he’s never been as emotionally raw or as steady on his feet as he is now portraying Billy in “The Cripple of Inishmaan.”

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Mothers and Sons Left Me Scratching My Head by Suzanna Bowling

Mothers and Sons Left Me Scratching My Head: Mothers and Sons at the John Golden Theater is well acted, but makes no sense.

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Of Mice and Men a Disturbing Look at Loneliness by Suzanna Bowling

Of Mice and Men a Disturbing Look at Loneliness: The revival of John Steinbeck’s Of Mice and Men is wonderfully directed by Anna D. Shapiro.

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What is The Realistic Joneses About? by Suzanna Bowling

What is The Realistic Joneses About? What is it with shows that make no sense this year?

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Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical Shoots Blanks by Suzanna Bowling

Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical Shoots Blanks: Woody Allen’s Bullets Over Broadway: The Musical, in the hands of Susan Stroman is crass and over-produced.

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Top 5 NY shows this week: La Cenerentola, collected stories, Sondheim Unplugged by Ronni Reich

Also: Marc-Andre Hamelin with the New York Philharmonic and Vijay Iyer at the Greene Space

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Summerstage Plans Are Announced by Allan Kozinn

The annual program free, live performances presented by the City Parks Foundation all over New York City will offer music, theater, film, dance and a couple of circuses.

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The (banned lesbian) show must go on

CHARLESTON, S.C. - Students at a South Carolina public university are snapping up tickets to the musical "Fun Home" after state lawmakers approved a proposed cut in school funding over the c…

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Hilton Als: “The Mystery of Irma Vep” and “Of Mice and Men” reviews. by Hilton Als

Diane Arbus knew from freaks. But the photographer was never derogatory toward her subjects—all those circus performers, overdone drag queens, and angry young men she framed with such …

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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I Interview Playwrights Part 654: Matt Hoverman by Adam Szymkowicz

Matt HovermanHometown: West Redding, ConnecticutCurrent Town:  ManhattanQ:  What are you working on now? A:  THRILLSVILLE - a comedy about a difficult but lovable, development…

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The Cripple of Inishmaan on Broadway - reviews roundup by Telegraph Reporters

Daniel Radcliffe starred in the Broadway revival of The Cripple of Inishmaan on Sunday night - here's what the critics thought

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Review: A Spoonful of Sherman, St James Theatre by Jemma Anderson

The Sherman Brothers are the most successful songwriting partnership in the history of Hollywood. They have written some of the most best-loved songs of all time including the Mary Poppins s…

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Review: Tonight’s The Night, Churchill Theatre by Jemma Anderson

Tonight’s the Night, the second touring revival of the Rod Stewart musical, is currently resident at the Churchill Theatre, Bromley.   This story follows Stuart, a rather shy and geeky …

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Review: Rapunzel, Sadler’s Wells by Samuel Sims

The Easter holiday is well under way and in theatre world there’s a bunch of really cool things going on. I’ve been to a couple of shows now that are marketed as ‘for the…

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Review: Anna Karenina, London Coliseum by Katie Angus

Boris Eifman is famous for being controversial. His ballets are highly-charged, highly sexual and hugely psychological. Anna Karenina, based on Tolstoy’s classic novel, delivers Eifman’s…

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Radcliffe returns to Broadway in ‘The Cripple of Inishmaan’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Daniel Radcliffe is doing his darndest to put Harry Potter way, way behind him. On Broadway alone, he’s played a mentally disturbed young man who strips naked and blinds horses...

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Woolly cancels Russian theater festival amid chilled Russian-American relations by Peter Marks

The dire turn in Russian-American relations has forced Woolly Mammoth Theatre to cancel a major festival of contemporary Russian theater that would have brought four plays and as many as 90 …

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Chasing Dr. Aribert Heim, the 'Butcher of Mauthausen'

Nazi doctor Aribert Heim, who performed unnecessary operations without anesthesia in concentration camps, died a free man. How did he escape justice? Click here for the rest of the article...

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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The School for Scheming, Orange Tree Theatre by Caroline Crampton

Usually, to describe a play as "of its time" is a criticism. It is suggestive of drama that hasn't aged well, that doesn't work quite as well for today's audience as it did for the original …

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Arts funding: Sorry Sir Richard, London’s subsidy bubble may soon be burst by Simon Tait

The funding cuts have been managed very adroitly by arts organisations so far. National subsidy has gone down by about 37% since 2011 and local funding by about 10%, but with imagination, wo…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Education & Training: Please take boys to ballet by Susan Elkin

I recently had the pleasure of seeing English National Ballet School’s My First Ballet: Coppelia at the Peacock Theatre – along with hundreds of families. Did I say families? Well yes, t…

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RELATIVE VALUES – Harold Pinter Theatre SW1 by Libby Purves

THE BUTLER, THE FETE, AND THE HOLLYWOOD HORROR I saw this Coward revival last summer in Bath (Times review, £, http://tinyurl.com/qyxqbw2 ) with its gorgeous Palladian country-house drawing…

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What’s the Fastest Way to Help Someone? by Admin

Posted in Partnership and CollaborationPersonal DevelopmentA dear friend of mine has been struggling for nearly ten years with his employment situation as well as his overall outlook on life…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Episode 212 - Justin Daniel by Joel B. New

JBN sits down with Justin Daniel, a singer, actor, host, cabaret and teaching artist. A Bistro Award Winner, he has performed in theaters all around the world, appeared on various TV shows a…

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Musicals we love: Oliver! by Ben Travis

Poverty, prostitutes, child gangs and catchy songs: Lionel Bart's artful Dickens adaptation doesn't stint on the social commentary, but it still leaves you with a skip in your stepOliver! wa…

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Theater Review: It's Daniel Radcliffe vs. the Irish Stereotype, In The Cripple of Inishmaan

A near-perfect revival of Martin McDonagh's play.-- Delivered by Feed43 service

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Theater Review: In Violet, an Unlovely Accident Yields a Lovely Musical

"Great resonance and beauty and joy."-- Delivered by Feed43 service

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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‘By The Way, Meet Vera Stark’ at Everyman Theatre by Amanda Gunther

People want their history to be heroic and uplifting, happy and fabulous. They want the heroes and heroines of history to be the same. But it can be exhausting trying to perpetually live the…

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I'll Remember Mama, Try to Forget the Gym by Cara Joy David

Like many critics, I found the Transport Group production of I Remember Mama to be a touching endeavor. I would...

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Interviews: Dominic Berry: performance poet by Adrian Arratoon

Performance poet Dominic Berry has appeared on CBeebies and Channel 4. He won New York’s Nuyorican Poetry Cafe Slam and has toured his first family show, the Dragon Who Hates Poetry. He is…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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‘Jack and the Beanstalk— The Story of Jack and Daisy’ at Pumpkin Theatre by Amanda Gunther

Moo-moo, moo moo moo moo! Moo! As Daisy would say, which for those of you who don’t speak cow, is translated to say “There is a fabulous story happening at The Pumpkin Theatre right now!…

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Martin McDonagh back on Broadway with Michael Grandage production of THE CRIPPLE OF INISHMAAN by Win Goodbody

For the first time in four years, the ass kicker of modern Irish theatre is back on New York’s Great White Way. That’s John Michael McDonagh’s younger brother Martin, who&#…

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Monday, April 21, 2014 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Love Thy Neighbour: Neighbourhood Watch at MTC by Bethany Simons

The critically acclaimed modern masterpiece Neighbourhood Watch will continue to delight audiences at Melbourne Theatre Company (MTC) until Saturday 26 April. Aussie Theatre’s Bethany Simo…

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The Question... Anne Plamondon on Québec Danse 2014 by The Charlebois Post

Danse, Danceby Estelle RosenCo-Artistic Director/Dancer with RubberbandDanceGroup since 2002, Anne Plamondon was involved in developing a strategic vision for the company and now teaches the…

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28th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition Presented April 21-22 by Andrew Gans

The 28th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition is presented April 21 at 4:30 PM and April 22 at 2 PM at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre, the current home of the Tony-winning The Lion King. The tw…

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Songwriters Stephen Sondheim, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Stephen Schwartz and More Band Together April 21 to Stop Sheet Music Piracy by Michael Gioia

The Dramatists Guild's Anti-Piracy Committee hosts its first anti-piracy awareness event April 21 from 5 PM–7 PM in New York City. Tony winners Stephen Sondheim and Lin-Manuel Mira…

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Carrie St. Louis Joins Broadway Cast of Rock of Ages April 21 by Andrew Gans

The five-time Tony Award-nominated hit musical Rock of Ages welcomes Carrie St. Louis to the lead role of Sherrie beginning April 21 at the Helen Hayes Theatre.

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Theatreworks USA's Lightning Thief Benefit, With Teal Wicks, Kathleen Chalfant, Chuck Cooper and More, Held April 21 by Michael Gioia and Andrew Gans

Theatreworks USA's benefit concert of the new musical The Lightning Thief, directed by Stephen Brackett and choreographed by Sam Pinkleton, is held April 21 at 7 PM at Off-Broadway's…

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Free NYC Reading of David L. Kimple's Mare in the Men's Room, With Justin Bowen, Elizabeth Burton, Offered April 21 by Michael Gioia

A free reading of David L. Kimple's new play Mare in the Men's Room, about a woman rediscovering life as a drag king, is presented April 21 at the East 13th Street Theatre.

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Stage and Screen Actors Populate Paul Sorvino's Lear Adaptation April 21 by Andrew Gans

Shrunken Shakespeare Company's 2014 Fundraiser Gala, which includes a reading of Paul Sorvino’s world-premiere adaption of Lear, is presented April 21 at 7:30 PM at TBG Theatre.

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The Velocity of Autumn, Starring Estelle Parsons and Stephen Spinella, Opens on Broadway April 21 by Carey Purcell

Eric Coble's new family drama The Velocity of Autumn, starring Academy Award winner Estelle Parsons and two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Spinella, opens on Broadway at the Bo…

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If It Only Even Runs a Minute, With Hunter Foster, Chip Zien, Lesli Margherita and More, Held April 21 at 54 Below by Michael Gioia

The 12th edition of the Bistro Award-winning series If It Only Even Runs a Minute, celebrating rare songs, behind-the-scenes tales and inspiring photos from underappreciated musicals, is hel…

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World Premiere of Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra Opens Off-Broadway April 21 by Carey Purcell

Your Mother's Copy of the Kama Sutra, Kirk Lynn's new comedy about sexual histories, officially opens April 21 at Playwrights Horizons, following previews that began&n…

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Drama League's Up Close Series Features Tony Winner Donna Murphy April 21 by Carey Purcell

Two-time Tony Award-winning actress Donna Murphy is featured in the Drama League's Up Close series April 21 at 7 PM.

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New York Cast and Creators of Fun Home Perform Concert at College of Charleston April 21 by Adam Hetrick

The original cast and creative team of the Public Theater production of Fun Home, a 2014 Pulitzer Prize finalist based on the graphic memoir by Alison Bechdel, reunite for two special concer…

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Helen Hayes Awards Presented April 21; Rachel York, Erin Weaver and The Laramie Project Among Nominees by Carey Purcell

The 30th Annual Helen Hayes Awards are held April 21 at the National Building Museum.

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A Swell Party with Moss Hart and Friends, Featuring Victoria Clark, Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale and Stephen Colbert, Held April 21 by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner Victoria Clark, Tony nominee Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale and Stephen Colbert are part of Act Two: A Swell Party with Moss Hart and Friends, a benefit for Lincoln Cent…

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Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman Co-Star in Sharr White's Annapurna, Opening Off-Broadway April 21 by Adam Hetrick

Emmy Award winner Megan Mullally and her husband Nick Offerman co-star as estranged lovers in the New York premiere of Sharr White's Annapurna, which officially opens Off-Broadway April …

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A LIFE IN THE THEATRE: The Nine Lives of Maury Yeston by Mervyn Rothstein

Meet Maury Yeston, award-winning composer of Nine, Grand Hotel and Titanic.

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Living La Vida LaChanze: Tony and Emmy Winner Talks Broadway Return in If/Then by Karu F. Daniels

Award-winning actress LaChanze talks with Playbill.com about returning to the Broadway stage for the first time in almost ten years in the new musical If/Then.

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Mama Drama! Congrats to The Velocity of Autumn Stars Estelle Parsons & Stephen Spinella on Opening Night by Ryan McPhee

The explosive family comedy The Velocity of Autumn opens officially on April 21 at Broadway’s Booth Theatre. Oscar winner Estelle Parsons and Tony winner Stephen Spinella star in Eric …

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Sharr White's Annapurna, Starring Nick Offerman & Megan Mullally, Opens Off-Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Real-life husband and wife Nick Offerman (Parks and Recreation) and Megan Mullally (Will & Grace) will (hopefully) keep the drama on stage as they star in the New Group’s Annapurna…

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Oh Sherrie! Carrie St. Louis Makes Great White Way Debut in Rock of Ages by Ryan McPhee

Here she goes again! Carrie St. Louis, who originated the role of Sherrie in the Las Vegas production of Rock of Ages, makes her Broadway debut when she reprises her performance at the Helen…

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