Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Good Cheno-Bits: Our Fave Kristin Chenoweth Moments on the GCB Premiere by Lindsay Champion

In ABC's hot new show GCB, which premiered on March 4, Kristin Chenoweth is TV’s newest Jesus-loving mean girl, Carlene Cockburn. The Tony-winning actress plays a connivi…

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'Tribes' is strong drama about deaf outsider by Joe Dziemianowicz

Toward the end of “Tribes,” Sylvia, a young woman who works for a charity, admits, “I love being ironic.”

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Working Is A Successful Labor of Love At Caldwell Theatre by Bill Hirschman

By Michelle F. Solomon When Grammy-winning composer Stephen Schwartz (Godspell, Wicked, Pippin) first adapted Studs Terkel’s 1974 book Working for Chicago’s Goodman Theatre it wa…

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Review: Make Mine Manhattan at curtainup.com by Elizabeth Ahlfors

a heartfelt Valentine to Manhatta, but it is Manhattan of 65 years ago. The “good old days.” and everything have changed — including the audience . .

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Pitt, Clooney, Sheen headline marriage rights play by Sandy Cohen

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Martin Sheen commanded the stage with his impassioned portrayal of an attorney arguing for gay-marriage rights; Jane Lynch inspired instant response as a vehement sam…

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REMEMBERING JEAN BANKS, DIRECTOR OF MUSICAL THEATRE AND JAZZ AT BMI by Sandi Durell

    Thursday, March 8, 2012, 5:30PM at the Snapple Theater Center  Musical Theatre and Jazz Workshop members, friends and colleagues of Jean Banks, who managed BMI’s jazz a…

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Pitt, Clooney & friends lend star power to '8'

Martin Sheen commanded the stage with his impassioned portrayal of an attorney arguing for gay-marriage rights; Jane Lynch inspired instant response as a vehement same-sex marriage opponent;…

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Concert review: Bernadette Peters at the Valley Arts Center by David Nichols

David C. Nichols reviews "An Evening With Bernadette Peters" at the Valley Performing Arts Center. A concert review for the Los Angeles Times.

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Andrew Keenan-Bolger's Favorite Performance

Actor Andrew Keenan-Bolger discusses the original Broadway production of "Ragtime."

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George Clooney, Brad Pitt lead all-star Prop. 8 play reading by David Ng

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Matthew Morrison and others appeared in the L.A. premiere of the play "8," based on the court trial over Prop. 8 in California.

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Gavin Creel: Get Out Interview

"Call Me Adam" once again chats with two-time Tony Award nominee Gavin Creel. This time around Gavin and I discuss his new album "Get Out," which is comes out on March 20, 2012, performing a…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Make Mine Manhattan by Andy Propst

This once-topical revue has heart, charm, and wit, but ultimately feels too dated to be fullly effective.

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Review: Tribes by Brian Scott Lipton

David Cromer directs a beautifully acted production of Nina Raine's affecting play about the challenges of communication.

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Review: I Heart Alice Heart I by Dan Bacalzo

Amy Conroy's charming play tells the love story of two Irish women.

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Theater Review: ‘Tribes,’ by Nina Raines, at the Barrow Street Theater by Ben Brantley

Nina Raine’s play “Tribes” concerns a family whose deaf son brings home his girlfriend, who is losing her hearing.

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Theater Review: ‘I ♥ Alice ♥ I’ by Amy Conroy at Irish Arts Center by David Rooney

“I ♥ Alice ♥ I,” at the Irish Arts Center, takes a look at the intricacies of the relationship of a lesbian couple over a 30-year period.

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Review: TERRORISM by Toby Zinman

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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TRIBES - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

Raine fuels her gripping drama ... almost exclusively with surprises. And as directed by David Cromer ... each one of them comes across as effortlessly smart and affecting—as, for that mat…

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Shirley Knight to Star in David Schweizer's Production of Tennessee Williams' In Masks Outrageous and Austere by Andy Propst

Tony Award winner Shirley Knight will star in David Schweizer's production of Tennessee Williams' In Masks Outrageous and Austere, to run April 5 - May 26 at the Culture Project at…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Shirley Knight Will Star in World Premiere of Tennessee Williams' In Masks Outrageous and Austere by Andrew Gans

Producers Victor Syrmis, Carl Rumbaugh and Susan Batson, along with Culture Project (Allan Buchman, artistic director) will present the world premiere of In Masks Outrageous and Austere, the…

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Broadway Box Office Week 39 & TheatreScene: March 4, 2012 by JK

PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO TAKE THE MONTHLY POLL AND TO VOTE INROUND SIX OF "HOT/HOTTER" - BOTH ARE TO YOUR LEFT!The Broadway Box Office Top Ten for the 39th week of the 2011 - 2012 season…

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Arts, Briefly: Heroine Is Chosen for Last Williams Play by Adam W. Kepler

Shirley Knight will star in the coming production of “In Masks Outrageous and Austere,” the final full-length play written by Tennessee Williams.

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Arts, Briefly: A Prize for a Playwright by Adam W. Kepler

Jennifer Haley has been named the 34th winner of the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize for her play “The Nether.”

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Arts, Briefly: Film Actors Join Paul Weitz Play by Patrick Healy and Adam W. Kepler

Topher Grace and Olivia Thirlby have joined the cast of Paul Weitz’s new comedy, “Lonely, I’m Not,” at the Off Broadway Second Stage Theater.

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Shirley Knight to Star in Final Tennessee Williams Play by BroadwayWorld

According to The New York Times, actress Shirley Knight will lead IN MASKS OUTRAGEOUS AND AUSTERE, Tennessee Williams' final full length play which has never before received a stage producti…

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NY Review: 'Make Mine Manhattan' by Erik Haagensen

UnsungMusicalsCo.'s attempt to resuscitate Richard Lewine and Arnold B. Horwitt's 1948 hit musical revue, "Make Mine Manhattan," is at best painless.

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The Road To Mecca by Robert Walport

Plonking an intimate three hander like "The Road to Mecca" in a large venue like the American Airlines Theatre looked like a bad idea. My word they've pulled a blinder. "Mecca" is a play tha…

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‘Spider-Man’ E-Mails Revealed in Taymor Lawsuit by Patrick Healy

Julie Taymor filed court papers with damaging e-mails in the lawsuit against the producers of “Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark.”

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NY Review: 'Tribes' by Erik Haagensen

What a pleasure to encounter Nina Raine's distinctive comedy-drama "Tribes," directed authoritatively by David Cromer, at the cozy Barrow Street Theatre.

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Theatre Novi Most fresh, articulate

Theatre Novi Most's newest work combines two plays. At its best, it is unified and comprehensive.

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Ballet star Evan McKie defies the purists by Paula Citron

Canadian dancer has been accused by some of ‘dancing for the audience.’ His response: Why wouldn’t he?

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Count What Matters Most by Clayton Lord by HowlRound

This week HowlRound will feature essays and interviews from the newly published anthology Counting New Beans: Intrinsic Impact and the Value of Art. This book includes the final report from …

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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TT: Just because

Maria Callas and Sir Thomas Beecham chat with Edward R. Murrow in 1959 on the CBS program Small World. Callas...

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TT: Almanac

"Life is painting a picture, not doing a sum." Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., "The Class of '61" (speech, June 28,...

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TT: See me, hear me (cont'd)

If you live in or near Waco, Texas, I'm making two public appearances this week at Baylor University: • Today...

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TT: A man of his word

Well, not always: I did post a little last week in response to an unexpected stimulus and an irresistible urge....

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Coming Attractions in Underground Music: March 2012 by David Cooper

March brings a solid lineup of experimental shows including an electronic show and an indie rock show. The definite highlight of the month is Steve Reich at MIT.   By David Cooper   …

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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A Choral Fantasy, Brooklyn Academy of Music, New York

This Mark Morris premiere was faithful to the witty audacity of Beethoven’s music, writes Apollinaire Scherr

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Snookered, Bush Theatre, London

There’s crackling dialogue and spiky comedy in Ishy Din’s new play about young British Muslim men, writes Sarah Hemming

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Farewell Ray Presto – you were one of life's unsung stars by Tim Jonze

The comedian was one of those characters who comes on as a cameo and steals the show. He saved my groom's speech from disaster, tooIt might be overstretching it to say that Ray Presto, the c…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:16PM

Wildworks theatre company are calling all tribes by Lyn Gardner

How do you unite a modern metropolis? With 500 people and a song called Ah Poor BirdThe human urge to build cities with tall buildings is an ancient one. In the Book of Genesis, the generati…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:16PM

Pitt, Clooney, Sheen headline marriage rights play by Sandy Cohen

Martin Sheen commanded the stage with his impassioned portrayal of an attorney arguing for gay-marriage rights; Jane Lynch inspired instant response as a vehement same-sex marriage opponent;…

Linked From Boston Globe at 03:13PM

Japan – Endless Discovery – Event at the Grove by Pauline Adamek

  With your friendship, Japan moves forward from the Earthquake one year ago. Arigato!!   To convey their heartfelt gratitude for the massive worldwide support they received after …

Linked From Arts Beat LA at 03:05PM
Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Sugar Sammy unites many solitudes with laughter by Matthew Hays and Montreal

The comedian is loved by all of Montreal’s solitudes even though his stereotypes sometimes seem easy

Linked From The Globe and Mail at 02:57PM
Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Red Riding Hood: A New Fable

Thu, March 29 through Sat, April 7 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center

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Theater: At Hong Kong Festival, a Nobel Laureate Returns by Joyce Hor-Chung Lau

Lin Zhaohua's production of Gao Xingjian's "Of Mountains and Seas" is the first time in more than two decades that a mainland Chinese cast and crew have performed one of Mr. Gao's works.

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Photo Coverage: Star Studded Arrivals at '8' Premiere by BroadwayWorld

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Chris Colfer, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly and Martin Sheen are amoungst the stars that were featured in last night's one-night perfor…

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New Amy Winehouse Scholarship Announced for London Theater School

At same school where Amy herself studied voice as a girl.

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Raw drama of case against Proposition 8 given a slice of Hollywood A-list ham by Natasha Vargas-Cooper

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Kevin Bacon, Martin Sheen, Jamie Lee Curtis and Christine Lahti in staged readingOn Saturday night in Los Angeles a group of A-listers tried to walk the precarious…

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This week's cultural highlights: Red Light Winter and Me, Myself and Miss Gibbs

Our critics' picks of this week's openings, plus your last chance to see and what to book now• Which cultural events are in your diary this week? Tell us in the comments belowOpening this …

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Elektro Kif - review by Judith Mackrell

Queen Elizabeth Hall, LondonYou can tell from their clothes, that the dancers in this fantastically amiable and energetic street show have arrived from Paris. In contrast to the monochrome g…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Edward Albee's Second Chance (With Dubuque)

The New York Times 03/03/12

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Spotlight | Red Bank: ‘In This House,’ Composed by Mike Reid, Is at Two River Theater Company by Tammy La Gorce

“In This House,” a musical composed by the Grammy-winning songwriter Mike Reid, has its world premiere at the Two River Theater Company in Red Bank.

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Arts | Connecticut: A Review of ‘February House’ at Long Wharf Theater in New Haven by Sylviane Gold

“February House” is set in the 1940s, in a town house in Brooklyn Heights that served as an artists’ commune.

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Another Hero Passes by Guy Yedwab

Star Wars concept artist Ralph McQuarrie has passed away at 82. If you'd have asked me yesterday who my heroes were, I probably wouldn't have listed him (or his Star Trek counterpart, M…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Julie Taymor Sues Spider-Man Producers For Fraud

Los Angeles Times 03/02/12

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THE ROAD TO MECCA Closes on Broadway Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company's production of Athol Fugard's THE ROAD TO MECCA closes tonight, March 4th at the American Airlines Theatre. THE ROAD TO MECCA will have played 34 previews and 56 …

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RICHARD III Closes at BAM Tonight & Concludes The Bridge Project by BroadwayWorld

The final season of The Bridge Project starring Kevin Spacey, Artistic Director of The Old Vic, in the title role of Richard III, will close at BAM tonight, March 4th.

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Patti LuPone Performs at the University of Arizona Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Broadway veteran Patti LuPone will perform at the Centennial Hall at the University of Arizona tonight, March 4th at 8pm.

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The Sunday Giveaway: 2 Tickets to If It Only Even Runs A Minute 9 by Ken Davenport

You know how when something really bad happens to you, someone says, "Hey, in a few years, you'll look back on this and laugh." Well, that's the theory behind the the award-winning…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Coming Attractions in Film: March 2012 by Arts Fuse Editor

What’s coming up now in this small gap between the Awards shows and the Film Festival Season? Lots! This month is a cornucopia of adventurous off-the-radar films. March features several gr…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Seth's Broadway Chatterbox With Alan Menken! by Seth's Broadway Chatterbox

As in years past, BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Seth to exclusively bring you the full length episodes right here and we're pleased to bring you Seth's latest candid chat with Alan Menken…

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Tupac's Mother Approves HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME by BroadwayWorld

According to TMZ, Afeni Shakur, mother of rapper Tupac Shakur, approves of the Broadway bound musical inspired by her son. She was given a preview of HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME, directed by Kenny …

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 3/4- ANNIE GET YOUR GUN by Stage Tube

Today in 1999, Annie Get Your Gun opened at the Marquis Theatre, where it ran for 1045 performances.Annie Get Your Gun is a musical with lyrics and music written by Irving Berlin and a book …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:29AM

THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA at the Royal Albert Hall Airs on PBS Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's longest-running production of all time celebrates a triumphant quarter century on stage with The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall. The 25th Anniversary performance wi…

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NEWSIES Records Cast Album 3/4-5 by BroadwayWorld

Newsies, the new American musical which will move to Broadways Nederlander Theatre 208 W 41st St for a strictly limited 101 performance run following its critically-hailed stint at Paper Mil…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:29AM

STAGE TUBE: Miss the Star Studded '8' Play? Watch Here! by Stage Tube

George Clooney, Brad Pitt, Jane Lynch, Matthew Morrison, Chris Colfer, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly and Martin Sheen are amoungst the stars that were featured in last night's one-night perfor…

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PHOTO FLASH: Harry Potter's James and Oliver Phelps Attend Cirque du Soleil's Mystère by Andy Propst

James and Oliver Phelps attended Mystère, playing at Treasure Island in Las Vegas, on Saturday, March 3. The show, recently updated to include a new aerial act and trapeze finale…

Linked From TheaterMania at 10:11AM

Interview with Dudley Cocke by Clayton Lord by HowlRound

This interview is adapted from the version that appears in Counting New Beans: Intrinsic Impact and the Value of Art. This book includes the final report from research firm WolfBrown on thei…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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SILENCE! THE MUSICAL Announces New Schedule Beginning 3/4 by BroadwayWorld

SILENCE! The Musical, the unauthorized parody of The Silence of the Lambs, will add Sunday evenings to the new spring playing schedule beginning March 4th at The 9th Space Theatre at Perform…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Lohan Singing on SNL?

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SET LIST, 3/3/12, WOODLAND CA. by Jason Robert Brown

A wild and wacky night at the Woodland Opera House! Apparently all of this traveling is catching up with me – I didn't put together the set list before the show, so I was just winging it f…

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Thurs, March 15 @ 6.00 P.M: Jon Robin Baitz OTHER DESERT CITIES, Talk, Q&A and Book Signing by Drama Book Shop

Jon Robin Baitz OTHER DESERT CITIES, Talk, Q&A and Book Signing Jon Robin Baitz, author of Other Desert Cities, will be interviewed by theatre critic and author David Finkle, followed by a …

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On the Town: February Edition by Kevin Daly

The end of February is upon us, which means that my trip to London is only a few weeks away. The month of February was a busy one for everyone it seems, but I spent some of my time prepping …

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Conversation with a cabbie: a totally true love story by Bob Bullen

[image source] Yesterday evening, as my cab pulled up to The Den Theatre for Nothing Special Productions’ My Kinda Town, this totally true conversation transpired between me and the cr…

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Nothing Special Productions’ ‘My Kinda Town’ needs less dildo, more bromance by Bob Bullen

Ok, let’s just get this out of the way: Brian Blankenship’s play, My Kinda Town (which is receiving its world premiere by Nothing Special Productions), simply needs work. But the…

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American Capitalism, A Song And Dance Story

An experimental musical attempts to get at the tension between creation and violence: the love and ambivalence of Americans toward constant expansionism and growth. There's the atom bomb, m…

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Vanity Fair Portrait: Angela Lansbury by Sarah B. Roberts

Angela Lansbury is the subject of a V.F. Portrait in the April issue of Vanity Fair!  Her Sweeney Todd (and often Murder, She Wrote) co-star Len Cariou  pens the lovely portrait. T…

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Art exhibitions include large-scale work at the Pulitzer Foundation

In celebration of its 10-year anniversary, the Pulitzer Foundation for the Arts has commissioned acclaimed New York sculptor Gedi Sibony to create a temporary large-scale work featuring 40 o…

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Lloyd Webber's 'Phantom' sequel hits theaters

LOS ANGELES • Let the Andrew Lloyd Webber offensive begin.

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Neil Patrick Harris, Jennifer Hudson, Cheyenne Jackson Set for Smith Center Opening Gala by Brian Scott Lipton

Broadway veteran and Emmy Award winner Neil Patrick Harris will host the opening gala for the Smith Center for the Performing Arts in Las Vegas on Saturday, March 10, according to reports. …

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"How I Learned to Drive" is a Great Ride by Jan Simpson

Whenever I’ve had the good fortune to talk to young playwrights, Paula Vogel’s name always seems to come up.  They’ve all read or seen her work.  Most have been inspired by i…

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Kickstarter: Better than NEA? by The Playgoer

Are you sitting down? The crowd-funding site, Kickstarter, will soon be able to boast a bigger arts-funding treasure-chest than the National Endowment for the Arts. Or, at least, so boasts …

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The Three Seagulls, or MASHAMASHAMASHA! by Theasy.com

HERE, Theater Reconstruction Ensemble, Off Off Broadway By Joseph Samuel Wright BOTTOM LINE: The Three Seagulls is a raging success and great time waiting to be had. The Three Seag…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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More Traditions of the Memphis National Tour by Memphis The Musical

More Traditions of the Memphis National Tour The tour travels from city to city, but some things never change. Get a peek backstage and check out these fantastical nightly traditions! From:…

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Memphis Celebrates TIOS: Brad Bass by Memphis The Musical

Memphis Celebrates TIOS: Brad Bass Original cast member Brad Bass talks about discovering Broadway in this fantastical tribute to Theatre in Our Schools! Theatre and drama are essential i…

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Fantastical Traditions of the Memphis National Tour by Memphis The Musical

Fantastical Traditions of the Memphis National Tour The tour travels from city to city, but some things never change. Get a peek backstage and check out these fantastical nightly traditions…

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JMI Show - Christopher Jackson by Memphis The Musical

JMI Show - Christopher Jackson Check out the highlights of the fantastical JMI interview with Christopher Jackson! Then stay tuned for the full TWO PART interview! From: MemphisTheMusical V…

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Eric McCormack's Cameo at Godspell by Godspell

Eric McCormack's Cameo at Godspell Eric McCormack makes a special cameo appearance at Godspell. From: BwayGodspell Views: 2555 28 ratings Time: 04:09 More in Comedy

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"Absolutely Hell" Music Video by Perks The Musical

"Absolutely Hell" Music Video PERKS, the new musical web series starring the rising stars of Broadway. Glee meets Wii. Guitar Hero gamer JOSH wants to win the heart of beautif…

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Weekly Webmail - Philip Wm McKinley: Part 3 (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark) by Spider-Man on Broadway

Weekly Webmail - Philip Wm McKinley: Part 3 (SPIDER-MAN Turn Off The Dark) For show information and tickets, visit us at: http://www.spidermanonbroadway.com Connect with us! Facebook: htt…

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BWW's On This Day - March 4, 2012

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 4 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Meet the Newsies: Race by Disney on Broadway

Meet the Newsies: Race Meet Ryan Breslin, playing Race in Disney's newest Broadway production, NEWSIES. Visit http://www.newsiesthemusical.com for ticket and performance information! …

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Robertson, Mattila, SLSO ready for Carnegie Hall

It's a program that's worth the trip.

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'American Idiot' is compelling theater at the Peabody

"American Idiot," Green Day's celebrated 2004 album, counted among its many artistic assets a perfect cover design: a hand holding a red, heart-shaped grenade. That fusion of rage and romanc…

Linked From St. Louis Today at 07:16AM

American Capitalism, A Song And Dance Story by Margot Adler

It's hard to write a musical about capitalism. Bertolt Brecht and Kurt Weill gave it a shot with The Threepenny Opera. The musical Urinetown took a crack at it. Now comes Mission Drift, a tw…

Linked From WNYC at 07:08AM
Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Flamenco Festival 2012 Closes 3/4 by BroadwayWorld

Flamenco Festival 2012, presented by New York City Center and the Flamenco Festival, will celebrate the tradition of great female flamenco choreographers and will showcase four of todays mos…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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The Merchant of Venice at Trinity Rep by Thomas Garvey

Another year, another production of The Merchant of Venice! After mountings at the Actors' Shakespeare Project, and ArtsEmerson, now Trinity Rep has decided to have a go at what I suppose co…

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Week in Review, February 27 – March 4, 2012 by League of Professional Theatre Women

LPTW’s Blog30 was created to highlight the diversity, passion and brilliance of the individual members of the League of Professional Theatre Women in celebration of the organization…

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Leading Lomans by Barbara Hoffman

Let Britain have its Hamlets and Lears. Here, there’s no role more iconic than Willy Loman, the doomed American dreamer of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman.” Philip Seymour Hoff…

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Sunday, March 4, 2012 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall Airs on NYC-Metro "Great Performances" March 4 by Adam Hetrick

The film of the 25th anniversary staging of Andrew Lloyd Webber's The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall airs March 4 at 7 PM ET in the New York metropolitan area  as par…

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Today In Theatre History: MARCH 4 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley, Ernio Hernandez and Robert Viagas

1922 Eugene O'Neill's drama The First Man describes the strange tale of a scientist who curses the unborn child in his wife's womb. The wife dies in childbirth and the child thri…

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Seth Rudetsky's Disaster Welcomes Annie Golden and Felicia Finley March 4 by Andrew Gans

Seth Rudetsky's Disaster, A 1970's disaster movie…musical, written by Seth Rudetsky and Jack Plotnick, welcomes Annie Golden and Felicia Finley to its cast March 4 at The Tria…

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Newsies Record Original Cast Album March 4-5 by Andrew Gans

The cast of the new Disney musical Newsies, which begins previews on Broadway March 15 at the Nederlander Theatre, records the show's original cast album March 4-5. The recording will be…

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Mare Winningham, Jeff Perry and Russell Harvard Are the Family of Off-Broadway's Tribes, Opening March 4 by Adam Hetrick

A young deaf man escapes the emotional cacophony of his dysfunctional family when a woman who is losing her hearing transforms his life in the American premiere of Nina Raine's Olivier A…

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Anatomy of a Murdered Show: Creators of Carrie Talk About Musical's Second Coming by Harry Haun

Carrie writers Lawrence D. Cohen, Michael Gore and Dean Pitchford look back at their notorious musical's past — and revel in its present revised revival.

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"GCB," New TV Series Starring Kristin Chenoweth, Debuts March 4 by Andrew Gans

"GCB," the new hour-long television series starring Tony and Emmy winner Kristin Chenoweth, makes its series premiere March 4 at 10 PM ET on ABC.

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The Bridge Project Concludes March 4 With Richard III, Starring Kevin Spacey, at BAM by Adam Hetrick

The Bridge Project, a three-year transatlantic venture between the Brooklyn Academy of Music, The Old Vic and Neal Street Productions, comes to an end March 4 with the final performance of R…

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Alan Menken Shares a Part of His World at P.S. 84 Benefit Concert in NYC March 4 by Michael Gioia

P.S. 84 The Lillian Weber School Parent Teacher Association presents Part of His World: An Evening with Alan Menken, a special cabaret event to raise money for the school's enrichme…

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Broadway's Road to Mecca, With Rosemary Harris, Carla Gugino and Jim Dale, Comes to an End by Kenneth Jones

The Broadway premiere of Athol Fugard's The Road to Mecca, his three-actor play about an expressive, inspirational South African artist, played by Rosemary Harris, and the forces that wi…

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The Abominable Showman, March 4, 2012 by The Charlebois Post

Mae WestThe Old Boys ClubMen still dominate showbiz – but from Mae West to Barbra Streisand, from Julie Taymor to Canada’s very own Ellen David, the times-they-are-a-changing. By Ri…

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