Friday, March 30, 2012 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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"Red" at Hartford's TheaterWorks: Artist At Work Making An Impression by Frank Rizzo

The show: “Red” at Hartford’s TheaterWorks

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Mark Haim at On the Boards: noteworthy

Arts writer Michael Upchurch caught Mark Haim's show at On the Boards, and has this to say:

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LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT by Joanne Kaufman

A talented cast gives flight to the songs of Rodgers and Hammerstein s 1955 musical.

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FLASH FRIDAY: Hosanna, Hey, Sanna - JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Returns (Again) by Pat Cerasaro

A few days shy of the holiest week of the year for Christians - aptly named Holy Week, beginning with Palm Sunday and ending with Easter with Holy Thursday and Good Friday, the most sacred e…

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News: A burgeoning nontraditional theater scene by Howard Shapiro

Lots of shows, not necessarily in traditiobnal settings or with traditional theater companies, pop up around the region. Howard Shapiro reports.

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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John Arden, Political British Playwright, Dies at 82 by Robert Simonson

John Arden, a British playwright with a pungent political conscience who rose to prominence in the 1950s and was often likened to an English answer to Bertolt Brecht, died March 28. He was 8…

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This Tuesday, Vote for RINO at the Brick Theater! by Zack

This Tuesday is the primary election to select the 12 candidates who will get the chance to run to be "President of The Brick Theater"this summer in the Brick Theater's Democracy Festival. C…

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Casting revealed for John Patrick Shanley play

Giancarlo Esposito will star in the final piece in John Patrick Shanley's "Church and State" trilogy of plays has been revealed.

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Teresa Reichlen reaches new stage of ballet by Sarah Kaufman

That body. Those legs. She was just 10, but Teresa Reichlen made an impression on her new ballet teacher before she’d even danced a step. “I’m walking around assessing my new young stu…

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Eben Trio closes out festival with Czech repertoire by Robert Battey

The Kennedy Center’s extensive “Music of Budapest, Prague, and Vienna” festival came to a close with a solid performance Thursday by the Eben Trio in the Terrace Theater. It was the U.…

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Seattle’s zoe | juniper Comes to NYLA by Jeremy M. Barker

Come early opening night and watch Culturebot's own Jeremy Barker mime his prior coverage of this exciting company during the coffee talk

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Drake Wheelchair Jimmy Dance by DanceOn

Drake Wheelchair Jimmy Dance Drake debuted a new dance move called the Wheelchair Jimmy, at a recent concert in California. Check out the video, and find out what his inspiration was for t…

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Newsies Broadway Musical - Opening Night 2012 by DanceOn

Newsies Broadway Musical - Opening Night 2012 Newsies the Musical opened on Broadway on March 29, 2012, and Just Dance was there to catch up with the cast and creative team behind the new D…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Fucking A (Urban Theater Chicago) by Scotty Zacher

*Fucking A* is perhaps the most theatrically truthful exploration of the seeds of violence and of women’s participation as both victims and perpetrators that I have seen. Whomever you take…

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Actor Warren Stevens Dies at 92 by BroadwayWorld

Stage and screen actor Warren Stevens has passed away, according to published reports.

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Stop the Presses! Join Jeremy Jordan, Kara Lindsay & More at the Newsies Opening Night Bash by Broadway.com

The newsboys have gone from selling “papes” to making headlines and they celebrated in a big way at the March 29 Broadway opening of Disney’s Newsies. The electrifying open…

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Bridging the Generation Gap with Tony Winner Mary Louise Wilson and the Cast of 4000 Miles by Broadway.com

A 21-year-old hippie and his 91-year-old communist grandmother sharing an apartment may sound like a sitcom setup, but in fact, it’s the premise of Amy Herzog’s touching new play…

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‘Hotel Cassiopeia’ at Single Carrot Theatre by Amanda Gunther by Amanda Gunther

The dark creative eccentricity of shadowbox artist Joseph Cornell comes to life through Hotel Cassiopeia at Single Carrot Theatre. A play written by Charles Mee, infused with exploratory mov…

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Mitzi Gaynor to Now Perform Razzle Dazzle! At Reagle Music Theatre April 22 by Dan Bacalzo

Mitzi Gaynor will now perform her one-woman show, Razzle Dazzle! My Life Behind the Sequins at Reagle Music Theatre on Sunday, April 22 at 1pm instead of the previously reported April 15. …

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STOMP ON “GEORGE TO THE RESCUE” by Jackie Green

See the cast of the international hit STOMP take a sledgehammer to their dressing rooms this weekend along with George Oliphant when his crew from “George to the Rescue” visits their New…

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NY Review: 'Satan’s Whore, Victoria Woodhull' by Robert Windeler

Richard Geha’s interminable “Satan’s Whore, Victoria Woodhull,” at Theater for the New City, gets lost in Geha’s obsession with Woodhull’s sexual histor…

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Mirror, Mirror - Movie Starring Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, Lily Collins and Nathan Lane by DanceOn

Mirror, Mirror - Movie Starring Julia Roberts, Armie Hammer, Lily Collins and Nathan Lane Mirror, Mirror opens today, March 30, 2012! The film stars Julia Roberts, Lily Collins, Armie Hamm…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Highlights from Gore Vidal's The Best Man

A starry revival of The Best Man, Gore Vidal's 1960 play about the lead-up to a U.S. presidential election, is now playing on Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. Michael Wilso…

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PLAYBILL ON OPENING NIGHT: Newsies — Headlines and Breadlines by Harry Haun

Meet the first-nighters at the Broadway opening of Disney's Newsies.

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SAG and AFTRA Members Approve Union Merger by Adam Hetrick

Members of the American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and the Screen Actors Guild, the unions which collectively represent professionals ranging form writers, actors, singers, b…

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CHART TOPPERS: Top-Grossing Broadway Productions, Week of March 19-25 by Judy Samelson

Here are the top-grossing Broadway productions for the week of March 19-25, 2012, as reported by The Broadway League.

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Spotlight On: Broadway Musical "Once" Starring Steve Kazee & Cristin Milioti by Broadway.com

On the streets of Dublin, an Irish musician and Czech immigrant are drawn together by their shared love of music. Over the course of one fateful week, an unexpected friendship and collaborat…

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Broadway Spotlight On: "Venus in Fur" Starring Hugh Dancy and Nina Arianda by Broadway.com

"Venus in Fur" goes behind the scenes at an audition, where a man and a woman blur the lines between fantasy and reality, seduction and power, love and sex. A crackling exploration of sexual…

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Beyond Broadway: "Pipe Dream" at Encores! Starring Laura Osnes, Will Chase, Leslie Uggams by Broadway.com

Beyond Broadway: "Pipe Dream" at Encores! Starring Laura Osnes, Will Chase, Leslie Uggams Encores! continues its 19th season with Rodgers & Hammerstein's nine-time Tony-no…

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On the Scene: "Sister Act" with Raven-Symoné by Broadway.com

On the Scene: "Sister Act" with Raven-Symoné Get tickets to "Sister Act": http://www.broadway.com/shows/sister-act/ TV star Raven-Symoné is now Broadway s…

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My Space with Anne L. Nathan of "Once" by Broadway.com

My Space with Anne L. Nathan of "Once" Get tickets to "Once": http://www.broadway.com/shows/once/ On stage, Anne L. Nathan is part of Broadway's best pub jam sessio…

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The Afternoon Report, Friday, March 30, 2012 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Friday, March 30, 2012 Today’s Tweets: click on hyperlinked items for more information Our Photo of the Week: the cast of @ONCEMusical (led by @SteveKa…

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review: Pipe Dream at Encores! by Elyse Sommer

The book is forever so-so, but as Encored at City Center, the show's musical strength and fun elements are maximized, and the weaknesses of the book are minimized

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How the League of Gentlemen stars conquered the West End by Alex Needham

Reece Shearsmith, Mark Gatiss and Steve Pemberton are performing in three of the most celebrated shows in LondonOn Halloween 2002 The League of Gentlemen's third and final series came to an …

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Local actors will dominate next KC Rep season

When Eric Rosen took over the artistic leadership of Kansas City Repertory Theatre in 2008, he had two broad goals: Elevate the theater company's national profile and build bridges to the Ka…

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Uncle Vanya – review by Michael Billington

The Print Room, LondonA Chekhov mini-season, with another Vanya opening next week in Chichester, kicks off with Lucy Bailey's fine revival of this sublime play. If I withhold greater pr…

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Seven days on stage: Richard Bean lets rip at rip-off ticket touts by Alistair Smith

Playwright speaks out about 'legal ticket touts', a Susan Boyle musical proves a surprise hit, and Norwich gains one of the UK's youngest-ever artistic directorsOut with the toutsOne Man, Tw…

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Eugene O'Neill, master of American theatre by Sarah Churchwell

O'Neill introduced psychological and social realism to the American stage. As his masterpiece Long Day's Journey into Night opens in the West End, Sarah Churchwell assesses his impact on mod…

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What to see: Lyn Gardner's theatre tips by Lyn Gardner

Lots to catch this week, with the RSC season getting into gear and Saturday Night and Sunday morning playing in ManchesterCentral and EastI'll be hitting Birmingham tonight for Mette Edvards…

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'Or,' at Seattle Rep: A romp through the Restoration era

"Or," by Liz Duffy Adams, gets a staging at Seattle Repertory Theatre through April 22, 2012. Kirsten Potter stars as the spy-playwright Aphra Behn.

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Lucille Lortel Awards nominations led by 'Once' and 'Tribes' by Gold Derby

Nominations for the 27th annual edition of the Lucille Lortel Awards were announced Thursday. The original off-Broadway production of the tuner "Once," based on the 2006 Oscar-winn…

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Kevin Smith has plans to take 'Clerks' to Broadway by Jamie Wetherbe

Kevin Smith has plans to follow up his movies "Clerks" and "Clerks II" with a third installment -- on Broadway.

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'Newsies' on Broadway: What did the critics think? by Jamie Wetherbe

"Newsies," which opened on Broadway Thursday, seems too sugary for critics' tastes.

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Jennifer Bassey

"Call Me Adam" chats with Emmy nominated actress Jennifer Bassey, who's best known for playing "Marion Chandler" on ABC's "All My Children." Here we talk about her time on the show, her thea…

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A Playwright's Nightmare: Workshopping Albee & Ives to Death by Rolando Teco

Imagine for a moment if two of the most brilliant plays now running in New York by two of our most imaginative living playwrights--David Ives and Edward Albee--had been subjected to the sort…

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Reid Scott Becomes an LA Director With Elephant Man by Amy Tofte

Reid Scott, best known as a TV actor, directed plays in his New York salad days. Now he's making his LA stage directing debut with a production of The Elephant Man, produced by a group of fr…

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SAG, AFTRA Members Approve Merger to Form SAG-AFTRA by BroadwayWorld

The American Federation of Television and Radio Artists and Screen Actors Guild have just announced that members of both organizations have overwhelmingly voted to approve a merger, creating…

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BWW Student Center's School in the Spotlight: American University by BroadwayWorld

Last year, BroadwayWorld.com, the largest theater website on the Internet, launched a comprehensive Student Database listing college and university performing arts programs across the countr…

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Bob Dishy, Zach Grenier, Tonya Pinkins to Star in STOREFRONT CHURCH by BroadwayWorld

Atlantic Theater Company Neil Pepe, Artistic Director Jeffory Lawson, Managing Director presents the world premiere of STOREFRONT CHURCH, written and directed by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Awar…

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A Newsworthy Celebration! The Newsies Gypsy Robe Ceremony by Broadway.com

Before Disney’s Newsies, based on the 1992 film of the same name, opened on March 29 at the Nederlander Theater, stars Jeremy Jordan and Kara Lindsay, and the rest of the company gathe…

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Bliss: A disturbing tale about our obsessions by J. Kelly Nestruck

Olivier Choinière’s play previously mounted at SummerWorks comes to the stage of Buddies in Bad Times

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Willam Belli, Jessica Buttafuoco, Daisy Eagan Set for Jersey SHOREsical in L.A. by Andy Propst

Tony Award winner Daisy Eagan will co-star with Willam Belli and Jessica Buttafuoco in Jersey SHOREsical: A Frickin' Rock Opera, which will play The Hayworth Theatre through May 30. Dr…

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Rebecca Harris, Dan Kremer, Maureen Garrett Set for MRT's Ghost-Writer by Bethany Rickwald

Merrimack Repertory Theatre is set to present Michael Hollinger's Ghost-Writer, April 19-May 13. Charles Towers will direct. In Ghost-Writer, a famous early twentieth-century novelist…

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Video Feature: VIDEO: Newsies Is Extra Special by Brian Scott Lipton and Tristan Fuge

Harvey Fierstein, Jeremy Jordan, Kara Lindsay, and Alan Menken discuss the creation of the hit Disney musical.

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Erick J. Bayne, Bridget O'Donnell, Paul Recupero Set for Players Club of Swarthmore's Children of Eden by Dan Bacalzo

The Players Club of Swarthmore Theater has announced casting for the Stephen Schwartz-John Caird musical Children of Eden, to be presented April 20-May12. Robert Welch will direct. The show…

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Photo of the Week: ONCE Rehearsing for “The Late Show with David Letterman” by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Here’s our Photo of the Week: the cast of Once rehearsing “Falling Slowly” before performing on “The Late Show with David Letterman.”

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Cavalia extends its St. Louis run through April 16

Cavalia, the horse-and-human performance from the co-founder of Cirque du Soleil, announced today it will add another week to its St. Louis run.

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A Jew Grows in Brooklyn Will Return to NYC in May by Andrew Gans

Following a North American tour, A Jew Grows in Brooklyn, Jake Ehrenreich’s acclaimed comedy and musical memoir, will begin performances at Off-Broadway's Jacqueline Kennedy Onassi…

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Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland in ‘End of the Rainbow’ by Patrick Healy

Tracie Bennett, a British theater veteran, makes her Broadway debut in “End of the Rainbow” playing the daunting role of Judy Garland six months before her death.

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‘Magic/Bird,’ a Play About Magic Johnson and Larry Bird by Richard Sandomir

“Magic/Bird” traces the history of the rivalry and eventual friendship between the basketball superstars Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.

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Tales from Andersen, Part 1 by Thomas Garvey

The opera house as staging ground for the mind - Yves Jacques in The Andersen ProjectYou don't usually think of Hans Christian Andersen as a pre-eminent poet of modernity; but in the visiona…

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Manon (Metropolitan Opera) by Robert Walport

Rounding out the Metropolitan Opera's new productions for this season is Laurent Pelly's very grey "Manon". I was lucky enough to be in London when this production was actually new and I gav…

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'Triptych' intense ritual of life, death by Chris Jones

Polish ensemble's wrenching theater not for fainthearted Some artists feel the thrill of the zeitgeist, the pull of the technological moment. Others, like the remarkable Teatr Zar of Poland…

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Riccardo Primo, Britten Theatre, Royal College of Music, London

James Robert Carson starts out presenting the opera as a semi-serious Baroque pastiche but gradually its grip loosens, writes Richard Fairman

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The Duchess of Malfi, Old Vic, London

The emotional and psychological tone of the production meshes well with its visual aspect, writes Ian Shuttleworth

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THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: March 24-30 by BroadwayWorld

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK SEMINAR gets a new cast, HOW TO SUCCEED celebrates first birthday, NEWSIES takes a Broadway bow, and so much more

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Photo Flash: Kate Baldwin, Sheldon Harnick, et al. at Arena Stage's Golden Gala by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, March 26, 2012, Arena Stage hosted the Golden Gala A Glittering Evening of American Musical Theater to celebrate the vibrancy of the performing arts in Washington. This black-tie …

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Giancarlo Esposito, Tonya Pinkins & More Set for John Patrick Shanley’s Storefront Church by Broadway.com

Giancarlo Esposito and Tonya Pinkins will lead the Atlantic Theater Company's world premiere of Storefront Church, written and directed by John Patrick Shanley. The limited engageme…

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Photo Flash: PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Begins Broadway Performances by BroadwayWorld

The acclaimed new American play PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, by Tony Award nominee Rick Elice, directed by Tony Award-winner Roger Rees and Drama Desk Award-winner and Tony Award nominee Alex …

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PHOTO FLASH: Michael McKean, Lynne Meadow, Cynthia Nixon, Hunter Parrish, Blair Underwood at Drama Desk Panel by Tristan Fuge

On Friday, March 30, Michael McKean, Lynne Meadow, Cynthia Nixon, Hunter Parrish, and Blair Underwood took part in a panel discussion, "It's a Hard Act to Follow," which was s…

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American Repertory Theater to Present Woody Sez - The Life and Music of Woody Guthrie by Bethany Rickwald

American Repertory Theatre is set to present Woody Sez - The Life and Music of Woodie Guthrie, May 5-26 at Loeb Drama Center. Nick Corley directs. Musical direction will be by David M. Lut…

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Geva Theatre Center Announces 40th Anniversary Season by Bethany Rickwald

Geva Theatre Center has announced plans for its 40th Anniversary summer, Mainstage, and 2013 spring Nextstage seasons. Geva's summer line-up will include Avenue Q (June 28-July 21), by…

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Erica Fae, Wayne Maugans Set for Take What Is Yours at 59E59 by Robby Ritacco

59E59 Theaters has announced casting for Take What Is Yours, which will run May 3-27. Jill A. Samuels will direct. Take What Is Yours is the fictionalized account, based on archival documen…

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PHOTO FLASH: Kate Baldwin, Sheldon Harnick and More at Arena Stage's Golden Gala by Dan Bacalzo

Tony Award nominee Kate Baldwin and Tony Award-winning composer Sheldon Harnick performed at Arena Stage's Golden Gala: A Glittering Evening of American Musical Theater on Monday, March…

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Larry Keigwin, Mark Morris Set for American Dance Festival by Brian Scott Lipton

The American Dance Festival will take place Thursday, June 14-Saturday, July 28 at various venues in Durham, North Carolina. A total of 16 companies and choreographers will take the stage, …

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Creating Waves: TEDxHarlem 2012 by HowlRound

“In order to live in the world I had to live in the community.” Dr. Marta Vega I got off the subway at 116th street, picked up a green tea, checked my afro in the church mirror a…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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PHOTO CALL: York Theatre Company's Musicals in Mufti Series Presents Roadside by Krissie Fullerton

York Theatre Company continues its celebration of legendary librettist and lyricist Tom Jones with a production of Roadside in its Musicals In Mufti: The Tom Jones Festival series. The engag…

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John Patrick Shanley's Storefront Church Will Star Ron Cephas Jones, Giancarlo Esposito, Tonya Pinkins by Kenneth Jones

Atlantic Theater Company announced on March 30 that John Patrick Shanley will direct the May 16-June 24 world premiere of his Bronx-set Storefront Church, the third play of his trilogy that …

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Non Fate Guerra (from A Room with a View) by The Old Globe

Non Fate Guerra (from A Room with a View) Glenn Seven Allen performs "Non Fate Guerra" from A Room with a View, with Ephie Aardema, Gina Ferrall, Jacquelynne Fontaine, Kyle Harris…

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Short Shorts 29: Broadway's recycling and repacking tendencies by Mark Shenton

Is there a more green place than Broadway when it comes to recycling, repacking and re-using old materials? I arrived in New York last night for my regular spring catch-up on the new season …

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Letter: British take on Curtains overdue by The Stage

Kander and Ebb, who gave us Chicago and Cabaret, also wrote and scored Curtains. But despite opening in Los Angeles and running for over 500 performances on Broadway, it has never been perfo…

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Letter: In search of the truth by The Stage

I am very much looking forward to seeing Caroline O'Connor as Momma Rose in Gypsy in a couple of weeks' time at the Curve in Leicester.

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Letter: Ancestors in the archive by The Stage

PJ Jones, who wanted to find out about the theatrical career of Talbot Homewood (March 15, Stage Talk, page 9), could do no better than consult The Stage online archive, where he will find 1…

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Letter: Arts council can do more for rural touring by The Stage

I read the article describing Northumberland Theatre Company's struggle to continue touring March 22, page 4) with great sadness. Didn't this newspaper recently print a piece reporting that …

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Letter: Sorting out the facts on Ayr's Gaiety Theatre by The Stage

We welcome your positive coverage of the recent developments at the Gaiety (Ayr's Gaiety Theatre moves closer to reopening, Stage online, March 27), and would like to add a few more details …

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Mellor magic by The Stage

Despite being one of the UK's most successful screenwriters, creating hit television drama series such as Band of Gold, Fat Friends and Playing the Field, Kay Mellor has remained true to her…

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Fighting for their lives by The Stage

Independent Theatre Council chief executive Charlotte Jones investigates how companies working in the small and mid-scale sector have fared following Arts Council England funding cuts

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Caroline O'Connor: Crowd-teaser by The Stage

Leading lady of musicals Caroline O'Connor talks to Mark Shenton about returning to a favourite theatrical home in Leicester as Momma Rose

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Living the Dream by The Stage

Two years after Elaine C Smith made a throwaway remark about playing Susan Boyle on stage, a musical about the singer's life has opened with Smith in the lead role. Matthew Hemley discovers …

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McGuinty blunders by slashing Luminato by Martin Knelman

Why did the government of Ontario forsake Luminato, until now one of its favourite cultural enterprises, and leave the annual arts festival reeling from the damage inflicted by a sudden, bru…

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Tickets for Picasso exhibit at AGO on sale Saturday by Paul Irish

Close to 150 works on loan from the Musee National Picasso will grace the gallery.

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Game Change by The Feminist Spectator

The HBO-produced adaptation of Mark Halperin and John Heilemann’s best-selling 2009 book, Game Change centers on the John McCain-Sarah Palin part of the ticket for the 2008 Presidential el…

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A Conversation with Anne: The Shock of Recognition by August Schulenburg

Since 2002, Anne Bogart has conducted a series of interviews with major artists and cultural thinkers at her SITI Company studio in New York City before live audiences. TCG’s recently …

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Tony Awards Eligibility for 2012 – Part 3

See the eligibility determinations of shows and performers for the 2012 Tony Awards.

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BWW TV Exclusive: SUBMISSIONS ONLY Season 2, Episode 7 Is Here! by Submissions Only

Submissions Only, Broadway's favorite behind-the-scenes sitcom's newest episode is here with special guest stars Adam Pascal Rent, Aida, Mary Beth Peil Dawson's Creek, Follies and more appea…

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Giancarlo Esposito to Star in Off-Broadway's STOREFRONT CHURCH by BroadwayWorld

According to The Hollywood Reporter, 'Breaking Bad's' Giancarlo Esposito is set to star in Pulitzer Prize and Tony winner John Patrick Shanley's STOREFRONT CHURCH.

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Weekend Poll: Which Showbiz Icon’s Life Story Should Be a Broadway Show? by Broadway.com

End of the Rainbow is bringing the legacy of late stage and screen icon Judy Garland to Broadway as Olivier winner Tracie Bennett makes her Broadway debut as the famed singer. Meanwhile on N…

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Pacific Resident Theatre to Present Wendy Johnson's Concealing Judy Holliday by Robby Ritacco

Pacific Resident Theatre will present the world premiere of Wendy Johnson's Concealing Judy Holiday this spring. Opening night is set for April 14 and performances will run until May 27…

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PHOTO FLASH: Michael McKean, Cynthia Nixon, Hunter Parrish, Blair Underwood at Drama Desk Panel by Tristan Fuge

On Friday, March 30, Michael McKean, Lynne Meadow, Cynthia Nixon, Hunter Parrish, and Blair Underwood took part in a panel discussion sponsored by The Drama Desk at Sardi's Restaurant i…

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Emerging Artists Theatre to Present Off-Broadway Premiere of Cheryl Howard's The Sensational Josephine Baker by Bethany Rickwald

Emerging Artists Theatre is set to present the Of-Broadway premiere of The Sensational Josephine Baker, written and performed by Cheryl Howard, June 19-September 9 at The Beckett Theatre - T…

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Zach Grenier, Ron Cephas Jones, Tonya Pinkins Set for Storefront Church by Dan Bacalzo

Bob Dishy, Giancarlo Esposito, Zach Grenier, Ron Cephas Jones and Tonya Pinkins will star in the Atlantic Theater Company's world premiere of Storefront Church, written and directed by …

Linked From TheaterMania at 03:08PM

Madonna - Girl Gone Wild - Official Music Video - Choreography and TheSkorpionShow Review by DanceOn

Madonna - Girl Gone Wild - Official Music Video - Choreography and TheSkorpionShow Review Madonna's official music video for "Girl Gone Wild"! Choreography by Napoleon and Ta…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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PLAYBILL THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW, March 24-30: Newsies Crowned King of New York, Lortel Nominees Announced by Robert Simonson

The theatrical arm of Disney woke up March 30 to something sunnier than a princess who gets her prince: good reviews.

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APAC's Secret Garden to Feature Hannah Lewis, Jennifer Evans, Jaime Kelton, Benjamin J. McHugh and More by Adam Hetrick

Jennifer Evans, Benjamin J. McHugh, Jaimie Kelton and Hannah Lewis will lead the Astoria Performing Arts Center production of the Tony-winning musical The Secret Garden, which will welcome s…

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New York Producers Catch John Doyle's Merrily We Roll Along in Ohio by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner John Doyle's actor-musician production of Merrily We Roll Along, which is currently playing the Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park, may be tuning up for a future New York…

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Tony Winner Kristin Chenoweth Will Guest Star on "Hot in Cleveland" by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Kristin Chenoweth, whose new TV series, "GCB," debuted March 4, will be a guest star on an upcoming episode of "Hot in Cleveland."

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Write Local, Produce Local by Tim

Write Local, Produce Local By Chad Jones on Theatre Bay Area’s website: You don’t have to look hard to find champions of new plays in the Bay Area. But you may have to look a little …

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Cirque Mandingue: Fote Fore, Roundhouse, London by Liz Arratoon

Roundhouse, London: Cirque Mandingue opens the third edition of CircusFest - the Roundhouse's biennial circus festival - with the world premiere of its first production, Fote Fore. Read…

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The American Clock, Finborough, London by Gerald Berkowitz

Finborough, London: Arthur Miller's 1980 drama, here in a 1986 version, is a collage of snapshots of the American experience of the 1929 stock market crash and the decade of Depression …

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The Dumb Waiter and The Lover, Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh by Thom Dibdin

Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh: Tensely comic, the European Arts Company production of this Pinter double bill sets off with a Dumb Waiter that intrigues but doesn't disturb. Nicholas Gas…

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4Words - Boiling Point/Not Some Kind of Sideshow/Stranded/Rabbit, Rabbit, Rabbit, Arts Centre, Washington by Laura Fraine

Arts Centre, Washington: Tomorrow night (March 31) marks Northumberland Theatre Company's final performance as an Arts Council England-funded organisation. The company has spent 20 year…

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The Alchemist, White Bear, London by Catherine Usher

White Bear, London: Let Them Call It Mischief's production of The Alchemist certainly can't be accused of being dull, no matter what your perspective on this Ben Jonson satire full…

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ArtsBeat: John Patrick Shanley's 'Storefront Church' Gets Its Congregation by James C. McKinley Jr.

Atlantic Theater Company production of John Patrick Shanley play will star Giancarlo Esposito.

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Will act for food: Greek theater aids crisis needy

Theater is meant to provide food for thought, but in a Greek city it also feeds the needy.

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Feedback Strikes Up the Brand by Jane Miller

Holly, unhinged after the death of her mother, hires a company to help her build a better personal brand, in Feedback, at the Lyric Theatre. Holly's creator, playwright Jane Miller, analyzes…

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2012 Lortel Nominees Announced by Michael Block

New York Theater award season has begun! Yesterday, the Lucille Lortel Awards nominations were announced. The Lucille Lortel Awards honor outstanding achievement Off-Broadway. Leading the pa…

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Zoe Kazan Set to Star In The Pretty One by Broadway.com

Zoe Kazan has been cast in the upcoming comedy film The Pretty One, according to Deadline.com. The Robin Schorr project, which is written and directed by Jenee LaMarque, co-stars New Girl…

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Front Page Glory! Jeremy Jordan and More Make Headlines at the Opening of Newsies by Broadway.com

Disney’s popular 1992 film Newsies has finally arrived as a big, old-fashioned Broadway musical! Directed by Jeff Calhoun and featuring eye-popping choreography by Christopher Gattelli…

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SISTER ACT on Broadway - True Confession #325 by Sister Act

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SISTER ACT on Broadway - True Confession #326 by Sister Act

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Photos: EVITA Contest - the Entries Keep Rolling in! by BroadwayWorld

To celebrate the Broadway return of EVITA now in previews at the Marquis Theatre and set to open on April 5, BroadwayWorld invited readers to get into the Argentine spirit by channeling the …

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Zoe Kazan to Star in THE PRETTY ONE by BroadwayWorld

Deadline.com reports that Zoe Kazan and Jake Johnson will star in the upcoming film THE PRETTY ONE. Production on the project is expected to begin on June 1 in Los Angeles.

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STAGE TUBE: Karen & Ivy Let Loose in Times Square on 4/2 SMASH by Stage Tube

On the April 2 episode of SMASH, Karen Katharine McPhee and Ivy Megan Hilty find themselves in competition again - this time for an orange juice commercial, but the two actresses let loose a…

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STAGE TUBE: Get to Know the PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Cast as They Set Sail! by Stage Tube

The acclaimed new American play PETER AND THE STARCATCHER, by Tony Award nominee Rick Elice, directed by Tony Award-winner Roger Rees and Drama Desk Award-winner and Tony Award nominee Alex …

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Stockard Channing to Return to OTHER DESERT CITIES 4/6 by BroadwayWorld

Tony winning actress Stockard Channing will return to the role of Polly Wyeth in Jon Robin Baitzs critically acclaimed new play OTHER DESERT CITIES, directed by Joe Mantello, beginning Frida…

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Nicholas Combs, Carrie Drapac Set for Red Tape Theatre's Elephant's Graveyard by Andy Propst

Red Tape Theatre has announced casting for George Brant's Elephant's Graveyard, to run May 10 - June 16. James D. Palmer will direct the production, which will feature choreography…

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Kravis Center Announces 2012-2013 Broadway Series by Bethany Rickwald

The Raymond F. Kravis Center has announced the productions set for its 2012-2013 season of Broadway touring productions. The series' first performance will be Terrence McNally, Marc Sh…

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Zoe Kazan to Star in The Pretty One Film by Dan Bacalzo

Theater veteran Zoe Kazan will co-star alongside Jake Johnson in the upcoming film, The Pretty One, according to Deadline.com. The film, to be written and directed by Jenee LaMarque, revolv…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: 'The Golem' by Howard Shapiro

Ego Po's take on the mythical Jewish protector offers a twist because of the characters' context. Inquirer theater critic Howard Shapiro reports from the Prince Music Theater.

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Lucille Lortel Award nominations are in, Once leads the pack by Loganne

Nominations for the Lucille Lortel Awards are in. The 14 categories, which recognize outstanding achievement off Broadway, were announced yesterday, March 29. The ceremony, set to take place…

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Newplay.us: Check out the latest video from the #NEWPLAY-AHZ by HowlRound

The #NEWPLAY-AHZ are back with their latest video on crowdsourcing and collaboration. If you have a video you would like to add just go to newplay.us and find the “submit” button…

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Gavin Creel Cast as Elder Price on ‘Book of Mormon’ Tour by David Rogers

Tony nominee Gavin Creel has been tapped to play Elder Price in the upcoming national tour of “The Book of Mormon.” The announcement is the first casting announcement for the upcoming to…

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Laura Benanti, Howard McGillin and More Will Sing the Praises of Patti LuPone in DC Sondheim Award Gala by Kenneth Jones

Tony Award winner Laura Benanti, Howard McGillin, Joseph Thalken and Natascia Diaz are among performers who'll appear at the April 16 presentation of Signature Theatre's third Stephe…

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PHOTO CALL: Newsies Opens on Broadway; Arrivals, Curtain Call and Party by Joseph Marzullo

The new Disney musical Newsies officially opened on Broadway March 29 at the Nederlander Theatre following previews that began March 15. 

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Jonathan Groff Channels His Inner Sutton Foster to Perform "Anything Goes"

Jonathan Groff (Broadway's Spring Awakening, MCC Theater's The Submission, TV's "Boss" and "Glee") enlisted ensemble dancers from Broadway's Tony Award-winning Anything Goes — and even lea…

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On the Spot! Laura Benanti by BroadwaySpotted

On the Spot! Laura Benanti Tony Award winner Laura Benanti stopped to talk to BroadwaySpotted.com while out in Los Angeles! From: BwaySpotted Views: 178 3 ratings Time: 01:44 More in P…

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Quick Links, Friday Music Edition by Rob Weinert-Kendt

The criminally underrated Charlotte Hatherley.This spring's Menken vs. Webber showdown (each has three musicals running on Broadway, and when's the last time that was true of even one compos…

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Dramatist rewrites script to run Baltimore's Centerstage by Peter Marks

BALTIMORE — For an artist from another land, Kwame Kwei-Armah is sure making himself comfortable here quickly. Just a few short months after arriving from London and taking over as artisti…

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Exclusive! Tony Nominee Lily Rabe Looks Back on Her 'Raucous' Run in Seminar by Josh Ferri

In the corporate world, employees leaving a job are often asked to sit through a sometimes grueling "exit interview" about their time at the company. Although that concept doesn…

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Exclusive Video: Take a Peek as Clybourne Park Gets Put Together on Broadway by Broadway.com

Real estate is the name of the game in Bruce Norris’ dark comedy Clybourne Park, and Broadway.com got a sneak peek at the space in question as the show’s sets were being loaded i…

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Review Roundup: THE KING'S SPEECH Makes its West End Debut! by Review Roundups

THE KING'S SPEECH opened on the 22nd March at Wyndham's Theatre featuring Charles Edwards as King George VI, Jonathan Hyde as Lionel Logue, Emma Fielding as Queen Elizabeth, Ian McNeice as W…

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Sonisphere Knebworth Festival Cancels Adam Lambert's 'Queen' Performance by BroadwayWorld

According to USA Today, the Sonisphere Knebworth festival in Stevenage, England has been cancelled. The festival was to include 'American Idol' star Adam Lambert as frontman for the legendar…

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BWW Polls: What Other 1994 Film Would You Like to See on Stage? by BroadwayWorld

Earlier this week, BroadwayWorld reported that movie director Kevin Smith wants to bring his 1994 flim 'The Clerks' to the Broadway stage in 2014. If this plan comes to fruition it will join…

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THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars- Emily Padgett! by BroadwayWorld

Welcome to THE FRIDAY SIX QampAs With Your Favorite Broadway Stars. Want to know what hooked them to a career in the theater Their dream roles Their Broadway crushes Read onIn this next edit…

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BWW TV: Inside Opening Night of NEWSIES - Chatting with Jeremy Jordan & More! by BroadwayWorld TV

Newsies, the new American musical opened last night at the Nederlander Theatre for a strictly limited performance run. BroadwayWorld caught up with the cast just following the premiere curta…

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John Alban Coughlan, Scott Guthrie, Mary Stout Set for Musicals Tonight!'s Sitting Pretty by Bethany Rickwald

Musical's Tonight! is to present Jerome Kern and P. G. Wodehouse's Sitting Pretty, April 17-29 at The Lion Theatre. Direction will be by Thomas Sabella-Mills, and musical directio…

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Harry Connick, Jr., David Alan Grier, Mariska Hargitay, Kate Mulgrew Set for National Corporate Theatre Fund Gala by Dan Bacalzo

Presenters have been announced for the National Corporate Theatre Fund's annual gala, to be held at The Pierre on April 30, beginning at 6:30pm. Two-time Tony nominee David Alan Grier, …

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Laura Benanti, Howard McGillin to Perform at Signature Gala Honoring Patti LuPone by Dan Bacalzo

Laura Benanti, Natascia Diaz, Howard McGillin, and Joseph Thalken will perform at the Arlington, Virginia-based Signature Theatre's annual gala benefit, to be presented at the Embassy o…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at noon (Broadway Time)
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TODAY'S BLOG MAY NOT BE WORK SAFE OR APPROPRIATE FOR MINORSPLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO VOTE IN "HOT/HOTTER" AND VOTE IN THIS MONTH'S THEATRE POLL - BOTH ARE TO YOUR LEFT!The end of March is…

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Feature: Year of the Producer: Caitlin Albery Beavan's Eureka Moment for Shivered

Philip Ridley returns to the Southwark Playhouse’s main house, following the success of Tender Napalm ...

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Once Performs "Falling Slowly" on the "Late Show With David Letterman" (Video) by Michael Gioia

The cast of Once, the new stage musical based on the Oscar-winning film about an Irish singer-songwriter named Guy who meets a muse in the person of a Czech immigrant named Girl, appeared on…

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PHOTO CALL: York Theatre Company's Musicals in Mufti Series Presents Roadside March 30-April 1 by Krissie Fullerton

York Theatre Company continues its celebration of legendary librettist and lyricist Tom Jones with a production of Roadside in its Musicals In Mufti: The Tom Jones Festival series. The engag…

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STAGE PORTRAIT: Olivier Award Winner Tracie Bennett as Judy Garland in End of the Rainbow

Acclaimed illustrator Ken Fallin's drawings of the greatest stars and scenes of the theatrical world are a recurring part of Playbill.com.

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‘Filichia on Friday’ on Kritzerland: ‘March Leftovers’ by Peter Filichia by Joel Markowitz

We’ll be sharing columnist Peter Filichia’s weekly Friday column on Kritzerland with our DCMTA readers every Friday beginning today. Peter is my mentor and convinced me to write …

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Review: (Ottawa) The Communication Cord by The Charlebois Post

Back row Janet Uren, Kat Smiley, Tim Oberholzer.  Front Row Michelle LeBlanc, David Whiteley, Genevieve Sirois, Alain Chamsi. (photo credit: Lois Segal)Capital FrielMore of the Irishman…

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"Painting Churches" - A Quiet Play That Touches The Heart by Byrne Harrison

By Judd Hollander The Keen Company presents a heart-tugging tale about the perils of growing old and the fear of having one's life literally pulled out from under them in a powerful and inti…

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Fuse Dispatches: The Benefits of Doubt — A Dispatch from the Second of William Kentridge’s Norton Lectures by Daniel Bosch

For William Kentridge history accrues, falls dead, is born, washes up, piles up, and may be artfully arranged, but the most powerful place that this accretion might happen is in the artist…

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BWW TV Exclusive: MEMPHIS Cast Members Share What Stirred the Music of Their Souls by BroadwayWorld TV

The 2010 Tony Award winning Best Musical Memphis partnered with the American Alliance for Theatre and Education to celebrate March as Theatre in Our Schools Month. In this video, Memphis' ro…

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BWW JR: MIRROR MIRROR Enchants by Erin Leigh Peck

There are a few reasons a Broadway lover might be interested in Mirror Mirror, a family-friendly comedy that is more Brothers Grimm than it is Disney. First, Nathan Lane steals the show on …

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DON'T DRESS FOR DINNER Begins Performances Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Preview performances begin tonight for Roundabout Theatre Companys Broadway premiere production of Marc Camolettis classic farce Dont Dress For Dinner, starring Ben Daniels as Robert, Adam J…

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Laura Benanti, Howard McGillin, Joseph Thalken and Natascia Diaz to Honor Patti LuPone at Signature Gala, 4/16 by BroadwayWorld

On April 16, 2012, Signature Theatre will honor the celebrated Tony Award-winning actress Patti LuPone with the companys third Stephen Sondheim Award. The award, established in 2009 in honor…

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The Duchess of Malfi

Legit Reviews||Abroad: A traditional presentation but with none of the stuffiness that description might imply.

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DID YOU KNOW...The Most Interesting Message Board Topics of the Week, March 24-30 by BroadwayWorld

These days, in the new age of social media revolution, the best source of information is YOU. Each day, fans of BroadwayWorld post tens of thousands of comments on our multiple message board…

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BWW TV: First Look at GORE VIDAL'S THE BEST MAN - Complete Show Highlights! by BroadwayWorld TV

Gore Vidal's THE BEST MAN begins previews on Tuesday, March 6th, 2012 and will open official on Sunday, April 1st, 2012 at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. Gore Vidal's THE BEST MAN is coming …

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Beatles Tribute Show Let It Be Heading to the West End by Broadway.com

Let It Be, a new West End production featuring more than twenty of The Beatles’ greatest hits, has been set for a limited run at London’s Prince of Wales Theatre. Marking the 50t…

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Actor Warren Stevens Has Died by Andy Propst

Actor Warren Stevens has died of lung disease, according to a report in The New York Times. He was 92. The actor made his Broadway debut in 1947 in Bertolt Brecht's Galileo, which sta…

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PHOTO FLASH: Marilu Henner, Alan Menken, Tommy Tune Celebrate Newsies Broadway Opening by Tristan Fuge

On Thursday, March 29, the Broadway production of Disney's new musical Newsies opened at the Nederlander Theatre with Jeff Calhoun at the helm and choreography by Christopher Gattelli. …

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Allyson Harkey and Karen Lange to Star in Killing Women by Bethany Rickwald

Pinky Swear Productions is set to present the Washington DC premiere of Marisa Wegrzyn's Killing Women, April 18-May 12 at Spooky Action Theater. Jessica Aimone will direct. Killing W…

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John Mellencamp, Stephen King's Ghost Brothers of Darkland County Concept Recording Set for May 22 Release by Andy Propst

The studio concept recording of John Mellencamp and Stephen King's musical Ghost Brothers of Darkland County will be released by Hear Music on May 22, according to a report on King&apos…

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PHOTO FLASH: Usher Attends Cirque du Soleil's Iris by Dan Bacalzo

International pop music star and Broadway veteran Usher attended a performance of the Cirque du Soleil show, Iris at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles on Wednesday, March 29. Iris, written a…

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Neil LaBute, Lynn Nottage, Paula Vogel Create New Monologues for CENTERSTAGE 50th Anniversary Season by Bethany Rickwald

CENTERSTAGE has announced plans for its upcoming 2012-2013 50th anniversary season, which will revolve around the notion of conversation. As part of its anniversary celebration, CENTERSTAGE…

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New Musical "Fly By Night" Began At Yale Summer Cabaret by Frank Rizzo

Set For Premiere in Dallas Theatre CenterYou expect seeing actors performing on the Yale Cabaret stage to go on to greater things.

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Review Round-up: Edwards shines in The King's Speech

Hot on the heels of the Oscar-winning 2010 film, David Seidler’s original stage version of The King’s Speech opened at Wyndham’s Theatre this week (28 March 2012, previews …

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Great News for Newsies: Review Round-Up by Loganne

If pirouettes impress, Newsies is your show. The new musical, which had an overwhelmingly successful debut last year at the Paper Mill Playhouse in New Jersey, opened March 29 at the Nederla…

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Teatr ZAR at MCA in Chicago by Mbeitiks

Culturebot contributor Meghan Moe Beitiks reports on Teatr ZAR at MCA in Chicago.

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"Theater Talk" Welcomes "Smash" Executive Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron March 30 by Andrew Gans

Craig Zadan and Neil Meron – executive producers of NBC's "Smash" and co-producers of the current Broadway revival of How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying &nd…

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Mary Stout, Chelsea Barker, Scott Guthrie and More Cast in Musicals Tonight!'s Sitting Pretty by Andrew Gans

Casting has been announced for the Musicals Tonight! presentation of Jerome Kern's Sitting Pretty, which will be offered April 17-29 at The Lion Theatre.

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CenterStage Season to Include The Mountaintop and The Raisin Cycle by Adam Hetrick

Baltimore CenterStage will produce Katori Hall's Olivier Award-winning play The Mountaintop, Bruce Norris' Pulitzer-winning drama Clybourne Park and the world premiere of Beneatha…

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Little Me, Starring Jason Graae, Among 42nd Street Moon's 2012-13 Season by Michael Gioia

42nd Street Moon has announced the lineup for its 2012-13 season in California. Drama Desk nominee Jason Graae (Hello Muddah, Hello Fadduh; Falsettos) will star in the season's closing p…

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Newsies Becomes "King of New York" on Opening Night

Jeremy Jordan, Kara Lindsay, Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Ben Fankhauser, John Dosset and the cast of Disney's Newsies joined Playbill to celebrate their opening night on Broadway, March 29. Desp…

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'Pinocchio' pops, but 'The Giver' holds back by Nina Metz

"The Strange and Terrible True Tale of Pinocchio (the Wooden Boy) As Told by Frankenstein's Monster (the Wretched Creature)" -- 3 stars

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"‘Tis Pity She's a Whore" - An interesting twist on a classic work by Byrne Harrison

By Judd Hollander The acclaimed acting troupe Cheek by Jowl tries a delicate balancing act, and for the most part succeeding, with their latest effort, a staging of John Ford's controversial…

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"Beyond the Horizon" - Horizon Slips Away by Byrne Harrison

By Judd Hollander Eugene O'Neill's words touch the heart in his Pulitzer Prize-winning work Beyond the Horizon, a terribly haunting tale of three people battered and torn apart by the winds …

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Teresa’s Weekly Update: Agony and Ecstasy Edition by Teresa Eyring

“But I am the opposite of a stage magician. He gives you illusion that has the appearance of truth. I give you truth in the pleasant disguise of illusion.” -Tennessee Williams, The Glass…

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Rev picks up four prizes at the BPG TV and Radio Awards by Matthew Hemley

BBC2's Rev has picked up four prizes at this year's Broadcasting Press Guild TV and Radio Awards, with the show winning best comedy and its co-star Olivia Colman named best actress.

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How well should your creative team know each other? by Ken Davenport

The Broadway industry tends to be pretty insular . . . and the outside business world rarely pokes their head in our world to see what's going on. But when they do, it's pretty fascinating. …

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Stephen King and John Mellencamp’s ‘Ghost Brothers’ Musical by Wendell Brock

John Mellencamp and Stephen King have teamed up to write a musical ghost story, “The Ghost Brothers of Darkland County,” which starts previews in Atlanta on Wednesday.

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#ROAMarchMadness Round 2

The Broadway smash hit musical ROCK OF AGES is celebrating a little March Madness! of their own this year, lining up sixteen competitors for the ‘raddest Rock of Ages song!’ Th…

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The BBS Weekly Reader Review

Having trouble keeping up with all the Broadway Buzz? Streamline your Broadway news to the most popular articles each week with our new 'Weekly Reader Review.'

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Marc Camoletti’s Sex Farce Don’t Dress For Dinner Arrives on Broadway by Broadway.com

The Broadway premiere of Marc Camoletti’s French farce Don’t Dress For Dinner, starring Ben Daniels and Jennifer Tilly, begins previews March 30 at the American Airlines Theatre.…

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Photo Flash: First Look - Film Adaptation of Off-Broadway's JEWTOPIA by BroadwayWorld

JEWTOPIA, a new comedy film based on the Off-Broadway hit, will premiere on April 26 at the Newport Beach Film Festival.

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STAGE TUBE: ONCE Cast Performs 'Falling Slowly' on THE LATE SHOW! by Stage Tube

The cast of ONCE, the critically acclaimed new musical based on the 2007 Academy Award-winning film, appeared on Late Show with David Letterman last night, March 29, where Steve Kazee and Cr…

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Watch Once Stars Steve Kazee and Cristin Milioti Charm David Letterman on The Late Show by Broadway.com

Indie film-turned-hit musical Once took TV-land by storm on March 29 when the company brought their Broadway brand of Dublin pub music to The Late Show with David Letterman. The whole cast o…

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SHOW BIZ: Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 3/30/2012 by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld.com's SHOW BIZ Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 3302012.

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BWW Interviews: Breaking Bread with GODSPELL'S Hunter Parrish by Joseph F. Panarello

A careful look through the New Testament indicates that Jesus Christ liked to eat. In addition to the notable Last Supper, he dined at the home of Martha and Mary grilled fish at the seashor…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 3/30- CONTACT by Stage Tube

Today in 2000, Contact opened at the Vivien Beaumont Theatre, where it ran for 1010 performances.Contact The Musical is a musical dance play some deemed it a ballet that was developed by Sus…

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After the Final Curtain with Noreen Heron & Associates at FREUD'S LAST SESSION by Noreen Heron & Associates

After the Final Curtain with Noreen Heron & Associates at FREUD'S LAST SESSION After The Final Curtain is a new web-series developed by Chicago based Public Relations, Marketing and…

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Don’t Dress for Dinner begins previews tonight by Amy Kass

Preview performances begin tonight for Roundabout Theatre Company’s (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) Broadway premiere production of Marc Camoletti’s classic farce Don’t Dress For Dinn…

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James McMenamin, Elizabeth Stanley Set for Philadelphia Theatre Company's reasons to be pretty by Brian Scott Lipton

Philadelphia Theatre Company has announced casting and creative team for its production for Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty, to run May 25-June 24 at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. The…

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Tom Mison, Joshua McGuire Set for Royal Court's Posh West End Transfer by Andy Propst

The Royal Court Theatre has announced complete casting for Laura Wade's Posh, to run May 11 - August 4 at the West End's Duke of York's Theatre, according to a report on Whats…

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Liberty: A Monumental New Musical to Play Connecticut's Warner Theatre by Brian Scott Lipton

Liberty: A Monumental New Musical will premeire at the Warner Theatre in Torrington, Connecticut, June 30-July 14. Igor Goldin will direct the show, which will feature musical direction by …

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The Beatles Tribute Let It Be to Play West End's Prince of Wales Theatre in September by Andy Propst

Let It Be, a new show that pays tribute to The Beatles, will play the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre, running September 14 - January 19. The opening is timed to coincide with the 5…

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The Odyssey Theatre and The Evidence Room to Present Anton Chekhov's Ivanov by Bethany Rickwald

The Odyssey Theatre and the Evidence Room will present a co-production of Anton Chekhov's Ivanov, translated by Paul Schmidt, April 14-June 3 at Odyssey Theatre. Bart DeLorenzo will di…

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Michael Micalizzi, Kevyn Morrow, Johnny Ramey to Star in CENTERSTAGE's The Whipping Man by Bethany Rickwald

CENTERSTAGE will present Mathew Lopez's The Whipping Man, the season's final Classic Series production, April 4-May 13. Artistic director Kwame Kwei-Armah will direct. The Whippi…

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Playwright John Arden Has Died by Andy Propst

Playwright John Arden has died according to published reports. He was 81. Arden's plays include Sergeant Musgrave's Dance, which premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in 1959, in …

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Broadway’s Hunger Games! by BroadwaySpotted

Welcome to the 1st ever Broadway Hunger Games! Broadway has become altogether too cushy. Equity minimum is going up, they’re fighting for their rights, shows are staying open, free La …

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Viva Patshiva (Re) Opens Tonight! by Trav S.D.

Viva Patshiva is the infectious Romany-inspired musical by old pal Mr. David Jenness. Its virtues are many…from the traditional Hungarian folk melodies you’ll never get out of yo…

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HF36: The 2amt Challenge Redux by David J. Loehr

So you’re at the Humana Festival of New American Plays and you’ve got a few minutes. You’ve seen the art, you’ve looked at the gifts, you’ve had a bourbon. Mayb…

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Review: The American Clock ***

Arthur Miller’s 1980 drama is partially based on a documentary history by Studs Terkel recounting individuals’ experiences of the Great Depression of the 1930s. Miller creates a …

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Filichia Features: Remembering CANTERBURY TALES by Peter Filichia

March is about to turn into April – which will remind many of us the lines that we learned in high school, college or grad school: “When April with his showers sweet with fruit the droug…

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Eric Michael Gillett, Marilyn Maye, Terese Genecco Among 2012 MAC Award Winners by Michael Gioia

The 26th Annual MAC Awards, hosted by Jason Graae, were presented by the Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs March 29 at B.B. King Blues Club & Grill. 

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Off-Broadway's Carrie Will Be Filmed for Lincoln Center Library by Adam Hetrick

The MCC Theater revival of Carrie will be filmed for the Lincoln Center Library For The Performing Arts’ Theatre On Film and Tape Archive April 7, the day before the tale of teen horro…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Watch a Preview of Upcoming "Smash" Episode, "Hell on Earth" (Video) by Michael Gioia

The next episode of the new musical drama "Smash," which is titled "Hell on Earth," will air April 2 at 10 PM ET on NBC. Here is a first look at the upcoming episode.

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When stage actors really do break a leg by Mark Lawson

In the first of a new series that puts theatre's hidden stories in the spotlight, Mark Lawson looks at the dramatic effect that an awkward fall or twanged hamstring can have on a productionO…

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Oddball theater on the rise in Philadelphia region by Howard Shapiro

In Mount Holly, the 10-person audience sits around a séance table. In Society Hill, folks with beers and slices of pizza look on at dinnertime as little one-acts unfold.

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Sound Advice: "Once" Broadway Cast Recording by Rob Lester

Once upon a time it was easier to define and identify the typical "Broadway"/musical theatre sound and style.

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Ambassador Theater celebrates spring with Bulgarian festival on Sunday by Lorraine Treanor

The slump is over for DC area theatregoeers. After more than a week without any openings, audiences have five new openings to consider this weekend, SWAN day on Saturday,and, on Sunday, a mo…

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Kirsten Greenidge, a local playwright, turns to her family’s past for a world premiere at the Huntington Theatre by Laura Collins-Hughes

The details of Medford playwright Kirsten Greenidge’s “The Luck of the Irish’’ are artistic inventions, but Greenidge’s inspiration was her own family history: …

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Art spotlight: Sharon Louden

Plus Dyani White Hawk and "365D."

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Bliss review: A wry look at the cult of celebrity by Robert Crew

This extraordinarily imaginative and challenging little play uses Céline Dion as a point of departure.

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A Tale of Two Cities up for best drama at the Sony Awards by Matthew Hemley

BBC Radio 4's A Tale of Two Cities, which starred Robert Lindsay and Alison Steadman, is up for best drama at this year's Sony Radio Academy Awards.

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Boneau/Bryan-Brown Congratulates Our 2012 Lucille Lortel Nominees by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

BONEAU/BRYAN-BROWN CONGRATULATES OUR 2012 LUCILLE LORTEL NOMINEES Nominations for the 27th annual Lucille Lortel Awards, celebrating excellence in Off-Broadway theatre, were announced today.…

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Photo Coverage: NEWSIES Opening Night Curtain Call! by Walter McBride

Newsies, the new American musical opened last night at the Nederlander Theatre for a strictly limited performance run. BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the entire evening and here is t…

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2012 MAC Awards Winners Announced - Full Awards List by BroadwayWorld

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets amp Clubs announced the winners of the 2012 MAC Awards last night at the 26th Annual MAC Awards Show. The awards ceremony was held at B.B. King Blues Cl…

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Review Roundup: NEWSIES Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews! by Review Roundups

Newsies opened tonight, March 29th, at Broadways Nederlander Theatre for a limited run following its critically-hailed stint at Paper Mill Playhouse last fall. What's the critics have to say…

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Photo Coverage: NEWSIES Celebrates Opening Night - Jeremy Jordan & More! by Walter McBride

Newsies opened last night, March 29, at the Nederlander Theatre for a strictly limited performance run. BroadwayWorld was on the red carpet at the celebratory after party and brings you phot…

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Photo Coverage: NEWSIES Opening Night Theatre Arrivals! by Walter McBride

Newsies opened last night, March 29, at the Nederlander Theatre for a strictly limited performance run. BroadwayWorld was there on the red carpet as the stars arrived for the show and brings…

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Exclusive! Watch Peter and the Starcatcher's Adam Chanler-Berat, Christian Borle & More Earn Their Sea Legs by Broadway.com

As the boy who refuses to grow up in Peter and the Starcatcher, the prequel to Peter Pan, Adam Chanler-Berat, Christian Borle and Celia Keenan-Bolger rock the boat eight times a week aboard …

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PHOTO FLASH: Brian Stokes Mitchell, Anna Maria Perez de Tagle, BD Wong at Rosie's Theater Kids Event by Dan Bacalzo

BD Wong hosted Rosie's Theater Kids' Passing It On at Alvin Ailey Citigroup Theater on Tuesday, March 27. The event featured the young participants in the program performing a sho…

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John Bucchino, Eric Michael Gillett, Marilyn Maye Receive MAC Awards by Dan Bacalzo

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets & Clubs presented the 2012 MAC Awards at a ceremony held at B.B. King Blues Club, on Thursday, March 29. The show was directed by Lennie Watts and p…

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Hartford Stage Connects With Broadway's "The Best Man" by Frank Rizzo

Michael Wilson Directs; Others Invest, Perform   Follow CT Lifestyle & Entertainment News On The Courant's Features Buzz Facebook PageWhen the revival of Gore Vidal's "The Best Man" …

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James McMenamin, Elizabeth Stanley for Philadelphia Theatre Company's reasons to be pretty by Brian Scott Lipton

Philadelphia Theatre Company has announced casting and creative team for its production for Neil LaBute's reasons to be pretty, to run May 25-June 24 at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre. The…

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#FollowFriday (3/29/12) by BroadwaySpotted

Welcome back to #FollowFriday. For my last suggestion of the month of March, I bring you…Peter and the Starcatcher. Known on twitter as @Starcatcherbway. But, BroadwaySpotted! I can he…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Feature: Are mystery tweets selling theatre seats?

Sick of theatre companies with 'digital diarrhoea' who use Twitter every five seconds, churning out tweets that say "Come see this AMAZING show at insert venue here at our TOTALLY-nearly-not…

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Let It Be, Theatrical Concert Celebration of the Beatles, to Open at West End's Prince of Wales by Mark Shenton

Let It Be, a theatrical concert showcasing the songs of The Beatles, is to begin performances at the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre Sept. 14, prior to an official opening Sept. 24, f…

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Finalist Eliminated on "American Idol"; Eight Remain by Andrew Gans

Following the nationwide vote, finalist Heejun Han was eliminated on the March 29 broadcast of the famed singing competition "American Idol."

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Cast Announced for West End Run of Laura Wade's Posh at Duke of York's by Mark Shenton

The cast has been announced for the West End revival of Laura Wade's Posh, originally produced by the Royal Court Theatre, which begins performances at the Duke of York's Theatre May…

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Weekly Round Up with David Singletary (3/30/12) by BroadwaySpotted

Each Friday David Singletary takes Broadway fans through the most fun and important events of the previous week! Have something you think belongs in our next weekly round up? Email us! Spott…

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Jesus Christ Superstar Review: Bright Lights and Hotpants by Jonathan Mandell

When “Jesus Christ Superstar” opened on Broadway at the Mark Hellinger Theater in 1971, the concept album had already sold two and a half million copies. So, while protesters pic…

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Newsies Review: How The Other Half Dances by Jonathan Mandell

Wider than the gap between the one percent and the 99 percent, or between labor and management, is the one between those who grew up adoring the film “Newsies” and those who found it unw…

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Tennessee Williams clunker best left behind by Robert Crew

Even the most ardent Tennessee Williams fan will admit that the Great Man wrote the occasional clunker. And Vieux Carré is generally reckoned to be one of them.

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Weekly Round Up With David Singletary (3/30/12) by BroadwaySpotted

Weekly Round Up With David Singletary (3/30/12) Each Friday David Singletary takes Broadway fans through the most fun and important events of the previous week! Have something you think bel…

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Coming Attractions in Underground Music: April 2012 by David Cooper

April brings the Together Electronic Music Festival. I’ve listed my highlights. Full listings for the Together Festival can be found here: http://togetherboston.com/.     By Davi…

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Fuse Book Review: “The Last Nude” — An Engaging Historical Fiction About Seductive Surfaces by Franklin Einspruch

Even though she covers herself with demurely crossed arms, her gaze could burn holes through fabric. If it looks like the artist had a predilection for strong, bosomy girls, well, there's a …

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Canadian impresario denied appeal against fraud charges by Al Emid

Canadian theatre impresario Garth Drabinsky yesterday lost his last bid to avoid a jail term connected to a 2009 fraud conviction related to the bankruptcy of Toronto-based Livent Inc.

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Beatles Musical LET IT BE Set for September 14 Opening at Prince of Wales Theatre by BroadwayWorld

It is fifty years since THE BEATLES released their first single Love Me Do in October 1962. To celebrate, Londons Prince of Wales Theatre will welcome LET IT BE, a new West End production fe…

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The No. 1 Reason To See: Newsies by Jesse North

Broadway musicals have been a home for many heroes throughout history and this season is ushering in a whole bunch of them in the tightly-wound package of Newsies. The new Disney musical bas…

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Things We Love: Cornerstone Theatre Company by Tony

Tags: Things We Love

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Pic of the Week: March 29, 2012 by Tony

Natalie at the Compass Lab Tags: Pic of the Week

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‘Shovel in the Dirt: A Grave Digger’s Musical (Replotted)’ at The EMP Collective by Amanda Gunther by Amanda Gunther

Delve deep into the darkness with The Stillpointe Theatre Initiative’s production of Shovel in the Dirt: A Grave Digger’s Musical (Replotted). Hosted at the EMP Collective of Baltimore, …

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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McCarter "Travesties" by Bob Rendell

Even under ideal conditions, Tom Stoppard's fast-paced, verbally and intellectually playful 1974 vaudevillian lark Travesties requires most viewers to work almost as hard as its thespian int…

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Lost In Yonkers by StageGrade

Do critics want to find "Lost in Yonkers"?

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Review: Newsies by Frank Scheck

It’s a hard knock life for the newsboys in Newsies, the stage adaptation of the flop 1992 Disney musical film that has become a cult favorite. When the ragtag group of orphans and runa…

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Unforgettable Stories from an Off-Off Broadway Pioneer by Mark Blankenship

We were captivated by this story in LA STAGE Times about Robert Patrick, the playwright and off-Off Broadway pioneer. His frank stories about the off-Off scene—and what happened to him…

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Getting a Job Using Social Media by Rebecca Coleman

Interview with Rene Thomas–Hootsuite’s newest intern! A couple of weeks ago, I got an email from Rene Thomas, who was using his social media super powers to try to get a highly-c…

Linked From Rebecca Coleman at 08:51AM

News: Tributes paid to playwright & activist John Arden

Tributes have been paid to playwright John Arden, who died on Wednesday (28 March 2012) at the age of 81. Arden rose to prominence at the Royal Court in the 1950s, with his best known play …

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The Here And Now Project On Howlround- A Call For Submissions by NYTE Small Press

This item submitted by Daniel John Kelley A Call For SubmissionsHowlRound is seeking four playwrights from across America to take part in the Here & Now Project—an online series foster…

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Musical Madness- The Final Four! by Dan Mason

by: Dan Mason (@djdan1079) The road to the final four has not been an “Easy Street” (ask 3rd round casualty, Miss Hannigan). “Impossible Dreams” were crushed (Don Qui…

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Quote of the Day by Sarah B. Roberts

“People are united in this tiny, few-block area,” she says. “They’re all theater rats, and they don’t care about living well.” Candice Bergen, about falling in love with Broadw…

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Filumena by John Morrison

Michael Attenborough's production of this play didn't work for me, and I'm trying to puzzle out why. There's a splendid central performance by Samantha Spiro as Filumena, the Neapolitan ex-p…

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'Barrymore' comes to Aspen stage by Janet Urquhart

ASPEN - Before there was Drew, there was John.Or, as the Hudson Reed Ensemble puts it, before their was Olivier, and before there was Brando, there was Barrymore.The Aspen theater company pr…

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Awesome Person Thursday: NeilTotton by Michael Roderick

This week's Awesome person Thursday is devoted to Neil Totton. For those of you who don't know Neil yet, he is an artist who is passionate about helping other artists. Over the years he has …

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NY1 Theater Review: "Newsies"

The 1992 live-action Disney film "Newsies" is now a splashy Broadway musical, and NY1's Roma Torre reviewed how the stage version compares to the film.

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$80,000 – $130,000 grants for devised works by Lorraine Treanor

Thanks to Hip-Hop Theater Festival for Eblasting this news. The National Theater Project (NTP)‘s Creation & Touring Grants provide funds for creation and touring of collaborative, …

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Thursday, March 29, 2012

An End To Radio SilenceI'm back. Virtually and literally. The past two weeks have been bittersweet. I went to Chicago (and there will be a big post on my trip soon) where I had a lovely visi…

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Gavin Creel Cast to Star in 'Book of Mormon' Tour

'The Book of Mormon' © The Book of Mormon Broadway's biggest sensation will soon be ringing a doorbell near you, and to spread the good word (of musical theatre), Broadway faves are …

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West End revival of Posh reveals full casting by Alistair Smith

Full casting has been announced for the West End revival of Laura Wade's Posh, which premiered at London's Royal Court Theatre in 2010.

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Photo Coverage: Charles Messina's TENEMENT PLAYS by Linda Lenzi

Shortened Attention Span is presenting THE TENEMENT PLAYS, an evening of one acts by playwright Charles Messina at the 13th Street Repertory Theatre 50 West 13th Street on Thursday, March 29…

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NY Producers Eying John Doyle's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG in Cincinnati? by Rialto Chatter

The Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park is where Doyle debuted his actor-musician production of Sondheim and George Furth's COMPANY which transferred to Broadway in 2006. The production earned …

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New Writers, New Musicals: Jonathan Larson® Grants 2009 (Working In The Theatre #374) by American Theatre Wing

New Writers, New Musicals: Jonathan Larson® Grants 2009 (Working In The Theatre #374) Our guests - 2009 Jonathan Larson Grant® recipients Mark Allen, Dave Malloy, Thomas Mizer and C…

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Consolation and Provocation: Playwrights 2009 (Working In The Theatre #373) by American Theatre Wing

Consolation and Provocation: Playwrights 2009 (Working In The Theatre #373) Our guests - playwrights Gina Gionfriddo, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Tina Howe, Lisa Loomer and Christopher Shinn - ex…

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At Work and Play: Lead Actors 2009 (Working In The Theatre #377) by American Theatre Wing

At Work and Play: Lead Actors 2009 (Working In The Theatre #377) Beginning the discussion with the question of when, or if, work becomes fun, our guests, lead actors all--Jane Alexander, Bi…

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Crafting Worlds: Theatrical Design (Working In The Theatre #375) by American Theatre Wing

Crafting Worlds: Theatrical Design (Working In The Theatre #375) Our guests - Scenic Designer David Gallo, Sound Designer John Gromada, Costume Designer Susan Hilferty and Lighting Designer…

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First and Loudest: The Marketing of Broadway (Working In The Theatre #379) by American Theatre Wing

John Barlow, Damian Bazadona, Nancy Coyne and Drew Hodges - discuss what is involved in marketing, advertising and publicizing a Broadway show; how they work one-on-one with producers and cr…

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Fluidity and Change: Directors 2009 (Working In The Theatre #378) by American Theatre Wing

Fluidity and Change: Directors 2009 (Working In The Theatre #378) Five of the stage's most talented Directors - Thomas Kail, Moisés Kaufman, Bartlett Sher, Leigh Silverman and Ka…

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For The Record: Inside Cast Albums (Working In The Theatre #376) by American Theatre Wing

For The Record: Inside Cast Albums (Working In The Theatre #376) Our guests -- Ted Chapin, Kurt Deutsch, Brian Drutman, and Thomas Z. Shepard -- take us inside the world of producing cast a…

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Performing Musicals (Working In The Theatre #365) by American Theatre Wing

Actors Roger Bart ("Young Frankenstein"), Brian d'Arcy James ("Next To Normal"), Priscilla Lopez ("In The Heights") and Sherie Rene Scott ("The Little Mermaid") -- collectively veterans of m…

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PREVIEW: Directors: Process & Collaboration (Working In The Theatre #410) by American Theatre Wing

PREVIEW: Directors: Process & Collaboration (Working In The Theatre #410) Directors Sheryl Kaller, Pam MacKinnon and Stephen Wadsworth talked about their start in theatre; their process…

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Feature: INTERVIEW: Caissie Levy Is Gaga for Ghost by Nick Orlando

Caissie Levy has wowed audiences in such shows as Hairspray, Wicked, Rent, and most notably, the Broadway revival of Hair, in which she played Sheila. Now, Levy has returned to New York to …

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The Will Rogers Follies by Songs From The Musicals

The Will Rogers Follies Keith Carradine, Cady Huffman and the cast of the original Broadway production perform "Our Favorite Son" at the Tony Awards. No copyright infringement in…

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James Joyce's The Dead by Songs From The Musicals

James Joyce's The Dead The original Broadway company in a performance of "Parnell's Plight" at the Tony Awards. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songsfromth…

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Baby by Songs From The Musicals

Baby Liz Callaway, Catherine Cox and Beth Fowler of the original Broadway production perform "I Want It All" at the Tony Awards. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.so…

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Notre Dame De Paris by Songs From The Musicals

Notre Dame De Paris Garou and company perform "The Bells" from the original London production of Notre Dame de Paris. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songsfromthe…

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Evil Dead: The Musical by Songs From The Musicals

Evil Dead: The Musical Ryan Ward and the original Toronto company of "Evil Dead: The Musical" in a promotional video montage. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songs…

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Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story by Songs From The Musicals

Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story A video montage promoting the London revival of "Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story". No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songsfromthemusicals.c…

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Dirty Dancing by Songs From The Musicals

Dirty Dancing Josef Brown and Georgina Rich lead the original London company of "Dirty Dancing" in a promotional video montage. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.son…

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Saturday Night Fever by Songs From The Musicals

Saturday Night Fever Adam Garcia and the original London company perform "Night Fever" at Sunday Night at The Palladium. No copyright infringement intended. http://www.songsfromt…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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'Once' leads Lortel noms

Legit News: Musical lands 7 bids for Off Broadway kudos

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Pearson to Stage and Film

Legit News: Former agent is new executive director

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Gotham pros build strong stage roots

Legit News: Innovative Artists at 25

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Memphis Celebrates Theatre In Our Schools Month: Preston Dugger by Memphis The Musical

Memphis Celebrates Theatre In Our Schools Month: Preston Dugger Preston Dugger talks about how being exposed to art as a child started him on his path to Broadway in this fantastical tribut…

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Goodspeed Musicals CITY OF ANGELS 2011 by Goodspeed Musicals

Goodspeed Musicals CITY OF ANGELS 2011 Audience's favorite moments highlighting the visually stunning, intricate world of colorful characters that surround detective fiction writer Stin…

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13 The Musical Shire Music Theatre in the Spotlight from The Theatre Show by The Theatre Show TV

13 The Musical Shire Music Theatre in the Spotlight from The Theatre Show Shire Music Theatre presents (by special arrangement with Music Theatre International and Hal Leonard Australia) 13…

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MDQ Chicago Rocks the Chicago Bulls by Million Dollar Quartet

MDQ Chicago Rocks the Chicago Bulls The Chicago cast of Million Dollar Quartet performs at the Chicago Bulls halftime show on February 28, 2012. From: milliondollarquartet Views: 207 4…

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Untitled by Addams Family

Untitled Check out this Flip video! From: addamsfamilymusical Views: 72 3 ratings Time: 00:42 More in Entertainment

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Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Opening Night Lottery by Disney on Broadway

Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Opening Night Lottery 100 tickets to NEWSIES Opening night were given away via lottery benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. On Broadway now throu…

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Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Original Cast Recording by Disney on Broadway

Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Original Cast Recording Go behind the scenes of the Original Broadway Cast Recording of Disney's NEWSIES. Available for pre-sale at http://www.newsiest…

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Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Opening Night Curtain Call by Disney on Broadway

Disney's NEWSIES on Broadway: Opening Night Curtain Call The cast takes their bows after opening night at the Nederlander Theatre. On Broadway now through August 19! Visit http://www.…

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Bring It On montage by Mirvish Productions

Bring It On montage Bring It On, the all new, original musical comedy combines an exciting new sound, gravity-defying choreography, and a thrilling story to create a show worth cheering for…

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Jabadao inspired BBC1 Lottery drama, says Kay Mellor by The Stage

Fat Friends creator Kay Mellor has revealed that the loss of Arts Council England funding suffered by Leeds-based dance organisation Jabadao inspired her to write her new BBC1 drama, The Syn…

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Friday Roundup: Don't Tweet MY Address!? by Don Hall

Dwelling on the GoodIn past split ups in my romantic life, my tendency has been to victimize myself and sit in my juices remembering all of the fights and misunderstandings, feeling injured …

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BWW's On This Day - March 30, 2012

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

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Blog: Shivers & delights of great art

At last, at last, a truly dull and boring piece of music in the wonderful wall-to-wall Schubertiad filling the BBC Radio 3 airwaves all this week: a live (make that half-dead) performance of…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 06:48AM

Beatles tribute show to play West End by Alistair Smith

Let it Be, a tribute show to The Beatles, will open in the West End this September.

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Time Out New York review: Newsies by David Cote

Disney rolls a bold, bright and altogether thrilling new musical off the presses

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Newsies: Theater Review by David Rooney

After the commercial disappointments of “Tarzan” and “The Little Mermaid” on Broadway, Disney scores by keeping it simple, spirited and engagingly old-fashioned in this winning rethi…

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Philly Shakespeare's 'Twelfth Night' enchants

Shakespeare's plays contain lyrics or references to more than 100 songs. Today, the Bard no doubt would have written Twelfth Night as a musical. That's the sense given by Philadelphia Shake…

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Chicago Theater Review: FELA! (Oriental Theatre in Chicago) by Dan Zeff

ONE EXCLAMATION POINT IN THE TITLE IS NOT ENOUGH Audience enjoyment of Fela! at the Oriental Theatre will be in direct proportion to the viewer’s capacity to absorb more than two hours of …

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Broadway Theater Review: NEWSIES (Nederlander Theatre, NYC) by Thomas Antoinne

GOOD NEWSIES, BAD NEWSIES A few months ago, the New York theatre community was all abuzz with the announcement that the Paper Mill Playhouse production of Newsies was transferring to Broadwa…

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Broadway review: 'Newsies'

Broadway review: 'Newsies' By Howard Shapiro

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Review: DOUBT by Toby Zinman

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John Arden by Michael Coveney

Playwright whose work combined poetry, politics and passionOne of the most significant British playwrights of the late 1950s and early 60s, John Arden, who has died aged 81, was in later lif…

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Review: Disney’s ‘Newsies’ opens on Broadway  by Joe Dziemianowicz

An exhilaring jolt of youthful energy has hit Broadway. It arrives with 30 dazzling dancing feet, a bright rising star, buoyant songs and — whoops, I buried the lead — something meaningf…

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Playing Lear, Juliet and Falstaff---All in One Play

In "Being Shakespeare," 62-year-old British actor Simon Callow performs as a range of Shakespearean characters, interspersing details about the bard's life.

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To Spice Up 'Evita,' Adding the Tango

Rob Ashford is choreographing the new "Evita" revival on Broadway and will direct and choreograph "Finding Neverland" in the U.K. this fall.

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Rediscovering Neil Simon

"Lost in Yonkers," revived by TACT/The Actors Company Theatre, will make even confirmed anti-Simonites rethink their position. Meanwhile, Arena Stage's "Ah, Wilderness" shows how not to stag…

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Cirque Mandingue / The Great Spalvados, Roundhouse, London (3/5, 4/5)

Cirque Mandingue, who open the Roundhouse’s Circusfest season, have strong and exuberant acrobats, slightly hampered by a clichéd sense of theatre. The core team do pyramid balancing, tum…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Blog: Shivers and delights of great art

At last, at last, a truly dull and boring piece of music in the wonderful wall-to-wall Schubertiad filling the BBC Radio 3 airwaves all this week: a live (make that half-dead) performance of…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:48AM

Review: Uncle Vanya ****

The Print Room has rapidly established itself as an essential fringe venue in an atmospheric converted warehouse in Westbourne Grove, and its first classic, Uncle Vanya, thrives on a “…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:48AM

Cynthia Nixon, Blair Underwood and More Set to Discuss 'Hard Acts to Follow' at Sardi's Today by BroadwayWorld

The Drama Desk will present its special annual Panel Discussion and Luncheon at Sardis today, titled Its a Hard Act To Follow, exploring the challenges confronting stars in current New York …

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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News: Casting announced for West End transfer of Wade's Posh

Full casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Posh, Laura Wade’s Bullingdon Club satire that premiered at the Royal Court in 2010. The production runs at the Duke of York…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 04:46AM

News: Beatles tribute show Let it Be opens at Prince of Wales in Sep

A new show paying tribute to The Beatles will open at the West End's Prince of Wales Theatre in September to mark the 50th anniversary of the release of "Love Me Do". Running from 24 Septem…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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An (ink)barrel of laughs as reporters concoct hoax by Lisa Kennedy

Review: The anxieties coursing through Lloyd Suh's "Great Wall Story," about three reporters cooking up a fake story, feel mighty contemporary for a romp set in Denver in 1899. Lisa Kenn…

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"Reservoir Dogs" takes its bloody bark to Colorado Springs stage by John Moore Special To The Denver Post

Theatergoers, be forewarned: No wimps. No mercy. No chairs. Just the way Quentin Tarantino likes it. His bloody cult classic "Reservoir Dogs" is being presented in a Colorado Springs warehou…

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Why Is It So Hard To Open A New Play On Broadway?

The Wall Street Journal 03/30/12

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Craig Zadan and Neil Meron Appear on Theater Talk This Weekend by BroadwayWorld

Producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron executive producers of NBC TVs just-renewed series Smash, and currently represented on Broadway with the popular revival of the Frank Loesser musical Ho…

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Friday, March 30, 2012 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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MADCO looks backward and forward in anniversary performance

The program for the dance company's 35th anniversary moves from classical pieces to modern.

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Q&A: Actor John Preece makes a career in 'Fiddler on the Roof'

John Preece, who stars in the production of "Fiddler on the Roof" that opens Tuesday at the Peabody, knows his part inside-out.

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Photo Coverage: SpeakEasy Stage Company Honors Broadway's Alice Ripley and Boston's Paula Plum by Jan Nargi

In its 21st Anniversary Gala, SpeakEasy Stage Company of Boston pays tribute to Alice Ripley, the Tony Award-winning star of Next to Normal, the 2010 Pulitzer Prize-winning musical currently…

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Jason Graae to Star in Little Me as Part of 42nd Street Moon's 2012-2013 Season by Bethany Rickwald

42nd Street Moon has announced the productions set for its 2012-2013 season of musical theater comedies. Opening the season will be George and Ira Gershwin's politically themed romanti…

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Death of a Salesman and Notes from Elia Kazan; Last Chance: Encores' Pipe Dream; Berlin's American Musical Theater; Remembering a Great Tenor; Celebra by Ellis Nassour

Much has been written about the current revival of Arthur Miller'sTony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning classic Death of a Salesman. There have been raves and sniping. Many have written that…

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Lenore DeKoven by League of Professional Theatre Women

Director, Educator, Author New York, New York USA What play or production changed your life? The Eternal Road, a monumental historical morality play, written by Franz Werfel, directed by the…

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Judith of Bethulia, Starring Charles Busch, Mary Testa and Jennifer Cody, Debuts in NYC March 30 by Adam Hetrick

Judith of Bethulia, Tony Award-nominated playwright Charles Busch's latest stage comedy that takes on the 1914 silent Hollywood Biblical epic, begins performances March 30 at the Theater…

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DIVA TALK: Chatting With Carrie Star Molly Ranson by Andrew Gans

News, views and reviews about the multi-talented women of the musical theatre and the concert/cabaret stage.

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Don't Dress for Dinner, With Ben Daniels, Jennifer Tilly, Spencer Kayden, Makes Broadway Premiere by Kenneth Jones

Roundabout Theatre Company opens the door on Marc Camoletti's sex farce Don't Dress for Dinner, a sequel to Boeing-Boeing, March 30 at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre. Ben D…

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Monkee Business, Featuring Songs of The Monkees, Premieres March 30 at Manchester Opera House by Michael Gioia

Monkee Business, Peter Benedict's new musical that features the music of American pop rock group The Monkees, begins its world-premiere engagement March 30 at the Manchester Opera House …

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Long Day's Journey, Staged by Robin Phillips, Begins March 30; Helen Carey, Peter Michael Goetz Star by Kenneth Jones

Helen Hayes Award winner and Tony Award nominee Helen Carey plays drug-addicted Mary Tyrone opposite Peter Michael Goetz as husband and aging actor James Tyrone, Sr., in Arena Stage's ne…

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Roadside, With Ryan Alexander, Janine DiVita, Ed Watts, Begins Mufti Run March 30 by Andrew Gans and Adam Hetrick

The Musicals in Mufti presentation of Roadside, staged as part of the The Tom Jones Festival at the York Theatre Company's Off-Broadway home, begins its weekend of performances March 30.

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Profile: Zach Fraser of The Game of Love and Chance by The Charlebois Post

Trish Lindström and Zach Fraser inThe Game of Love and Chance (photo credit: lucetg.com)Globetrotting on a Bicycle......with a Puppet by Amanda SiinoHalifax, London, Paris, Singapore, …

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Striking ensemble is on tap by Elisabeth Vincentelli

As Disney shows go, “Newsies — The Musical” covers all the familiar bases: a wily scamp of a hero matched with a plucky girl, a blustery villain, and a young smarty-pants overcoming ev…

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Nothing fishy about this sweet ‘Pipe Dream’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Watching “Pipe Dream” at City Center, you have to pinch yourself now and then to make sure you’re not hallucinating. Rodgers and Hammerstein’s 1955 show — presented in concert by E…

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First class for ‘Merrily’ by Michael Riedel

After years of sitting through productions of his moving but stubbornly flawed musical “Merrily We Roll Along,” Stephen Sondheim has finally found the one he likes best. And I don’t me…

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