Friday, January 11, 2013 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Hottest Articles on BWW from Friday, Jan. 11

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from Friday, January 11, 2013.

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REVIEW: Something's Got Ahold Of My Heart by Guy Yedwab

Hand2Mouth's SOMETHING'S GOT AHOLD OF MY HEART Remaining performances: January 10-19th La Mama Looking back at my recent reviews (like Heart Like Fists), it's clear that the young peo…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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"Pippin" Ready To Make Spring Debut On Broadway

On Stage's Frank DiLella recently traveled up to Cambridge, MA to check out the new Diane Paulus helmed staging of "Pippin" as it gets ready to make the journey to Broadway.

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STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek - CEELO IS LOBERACE in Las Vegas! by Stage Tube

CeeLo Green's new Las Vegas show 'CeeLo Is Loberace,' will begin its residency at Planet Hollywood Las Vegas on February 27. Check out a just-released sneak peek of the show below

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HOT or NOT: Cinderella's Ensemble, Round I by JK

HOT or NOT is back!  And we are going to start the second half of the season with a cast that is ENORMOUS!  There are so many people in it, in fact, that this will take three weeks…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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FREUD'S LAST SESSION Begins Tonight in L.A., Starring Judd Hirsch and Tom Cavanagh by BroadwayWorld

FREUD'S LAST SESSION, New York's long-running hit play by Mark St. Germain, is set to open in Los Angeles starring Judd Hirsch as Sigmund Freud and Tom Cavanagh as C. S. Lewis under the dire…

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Sam Gold works to revive 'Picnic' — and William Inge's standing by Patrick Pacheco

Sam Gold directs William Inge's Pulitzer-winning 'Picnic' in a New York production that could restore the reputation of the late playwright.NEW YORK — Sixty years ago next month, playw…

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Introducing ‘JACK – The Wonder Bichon’ – an interactive eBook for little kids by Pauline Adamek

  “Ruff ruff!” A cute and fun interactive eBook for little kids, The Adventures of Jack the Wonder Bichon! by Pauline Adamek & Olivia Revell is now available for downloa…

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Spider-Man lawsuit may not have seen its last act

NEW YORK (AP) — A trial date has been set for a federal lawsuit brought by the fired director of the Broadway show "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark" after a settlement agreement fell through.

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Review: The Chess Lesson by Brian Scott Lipton

If you're a performer who's also writing a play, here's a valuable lesson: create a good part for yourself. That's what the delightfully daffy Sari Caine has done in The Chess Lesson, her 6…

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BoHo & Stage Left’s PYGMALION Gives Eliza Her Independence by Michael Roberts

As any new work goes through its evolution to fruition, the playwright and the marketplace can dictate many factors that ultimately impact the final product.  A perfect example of this is t…

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Theater Review: ‘C’est du Chinois,’ at Under the Radar Festival by Charles Isherwood

“C’est du Chinois,” part of the Under the Radar festival, is a no-frills, no-drama production: 80 minutes of energetic language instruction, performed by a (fictional) family from Shan…

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Tim Crouch on ‘I, Malvolio,’ His One-Man Show at the Duke by Patrick Healy

A minor Shakespearean character comes to the fore in Tim Crouch’s “I, Malvolio,” at the Duke on 42nd Street.

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Henry Moore Is Melting (Cold Basement Dramatics) by Scotty Zacher

There’s a fascinating nugget of an idea here that might be better served being totally divorced from the reality that inspired it. Trying to conform to scant events that no one knows about…

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I Love Rak ‘n’ Roll: On the Road with Flashdance's Rachelle Rak, Episode 2: Meet Rak Relatives in the ‘Burgh and Learn the Importance of a ‘Dr by Jesse North

Rachelle Rak has a family reunion in Pittsburgh before the long road to St. Louis reminds our fearless vlogger just how hard tour life can be. The actress performs a Flashdance showstopper f…

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Edwin Drood Hunk Andy Karl on Bustle Fluffing, 'Showbrows' and Sparring with Stallone by Broadway.com

On this week's Show People with Paul Wontorek, studly stage vet Andy Karl (Legally Blonde, Jersey Boys, Wicked) chats about backstage raps at The Mystery of Edwin Drood, a…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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LCT3: Luck of the Irish Tickets on Sale by Ludlow Lad

When an upwardly mobile African-American couple wants to buy a home in an all-white neighborhood of 1950's Boston, they pay a struggling Irish family to "ghost-buy" a house on their behalf. …

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Must see: A Very Old Man with Enormous Wings, Battersea Arts Centre, London SW11

Gabriel García Márquez's magical realist fable proves to be the perfect vehicle for this bewitching collaboration between Islington's Little Angel Theatre and Cornwall's Kneehigh company.

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Monteverdi gets the Silent Opera treatment

We're in uncharted territory, staring at a crystal ball. This glass globe adorns a table at Trinity Buoy Wharf – the Docklands river peninsula devoted to the arts and creative industries w…

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Obituaries: Daphne Oxenford by Richard Anthony Baker

For millions of young children in the 1950s and 1960s, Daphne Oxenford was one of the calm voices heard regularly on BBC Radio’s Listen With Mother, a mixture of stories, songs and nursery…

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Obituaries: Violet Philpott by Richard Anthony Baker

An innovator in puppetry and children’s theatre, Violet Philpott experimented with new techniques and materials, albeit on very different lines from Thunderbirds’ Gerry Anderson. After s…

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Anastacia McCleskey, Jessica Hershberg and More Set for BACKSTAGE at 54 Below, 1/15 by BroadwayWorld

For those craving a show after the show, 54 BELOW, the new performance venue located just below the legendary Studio 54 at 254 West 54th Street, offers its Tuesday night cocktail partysongfe…

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Kate Jablonski named Dance Chicago’s ‘choreographer of the year’

Kate Jablonski has received the 2012 Dance Chicago Choreographer of the Year Award, an honor presented under the auspices of Dance Chicago, Emergence Dance Theatre and the Cliff Dwellers Art…

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Patti LuPone to Bring Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda…(Played That Part) to 54 Below by Josh Ferri

Want to see Patti LuPone take on Fanny Brice? How about Anita from West Side Story? Well, now’s your chance. The two-time Tony winner will bring her critically acclaimed show Coulda, W…

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Laurie Metcalf, Daniel Stern & the Cast of The Other Place Celebrate Opening Night on Broadway by Broadway.com

The Other Place stars Laurie Metcalf, Daniel Stern and Zoe Perry celebrated the Broadway premiere of Sharr White's drama about a brilliant scientist whose life is falling apart. Wat…

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Bette Midler's Gonna Get Baked, Mormon Boys Redecorate & More Lessons of the Week by Josh Ferri

As the sun sets on another jam-packed week on Broadway, we look back at the headlines that made us smile, gasp and question our very existence. Read on to get the scoop on Patti LuPone&rsquo…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Highlights From The Wizard of Oz With New Songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice

The new Canadian production of London's popular The Wizard of Oz, featuring the classic movie score punctuated with new songs by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice, opens in Toronto at the Ed …

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Photo Flash: Andy Cohen, Katie Holmes, Nathan Lane, Laurie Metcalf Discover Broadway's The Other Place on Opening Night by David Gordon

Manhattan Theatre Club celebrated the opening night of Sharr White's drama The Other Place on Thursday, January 10 with a post-

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Theater News: Meet American Horror Story's Sarah Paulson and Tony Nominee Danny Burstein, the Stars of Talley's Folly by David Gordon

Tony nominee Danny Burstein (currently of Broadway's Golden Boy) and Sarah Paulson (American Horror Story) will inhabit the World War II-landscape of Lanford Wilson's Talley's Folly beginnin…

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Theater News: Hit the Wall Heads to the Barrow Street by Sarah Moore

On June 28, 1969, a routine police raid of an underground gay bar became a full scale riot. Ike Holter's new play Hit the Wall tells the story of the protests and demonstrations that became…

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Theater News: Rory O'Malley to Depart Book of Mormon January 27th by Hayley Levitt

Rory O'Malley will "turn it off" for the last time on January 27th at 7PM. The Tony Award nominated actor originated the role of Elder McKinley in the smash hit musical The Book of Mormon on…

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'Ganesh Versus the Third Reich' Raises Disturbing Questions

Raucous laughter and awkward silences fill the Public Theater’s Newman Theater during “Ganesh Versus the Third Reich,” a bizarrely compelling show from Australia’s Ba…

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Review: Pygmalion/BoHo Theatre and Stage Left Theatre by John J. Accrocco

RECOMMENDED If you’re familiar with the beloved musical “My Fair Lady,” you’ll need no introduction to the BoHo Theatre and Stage Left Theatre collaboration on Shaw’s ̶…

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NBC to Offer Online Sneak Peek of SMASH's Season Premiere, 1/14 by TV News Desk

NBC will offer viewers a sneak peek at the first hour of the two-hour season premiere of the Golden Globe-nominated drama 'Smash' on Monday, January 14 across multiple platforms -- three wee…

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THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars- LaVon Fisher-Wilson by BroadwayWorld

In this week's edition, we caught up with LaVon Fisher-Wilson, who is starring as 'Medda' in Newsies- currently playing at the Nederlander Theatre.

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STAGE TUBE: Nathan Lane Talks Theater Beginnings on THE GRAHAM SHOW, Part 1 by Stage Tube

In Episode 6, Part 1 of THE GRAHAM SHOW, 'Brotherly Love and the Jerz,' Nathan Lane remembers his introduction to the theater as a boy, his brother 'sensing something' in him, and his decisi…

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GREAT EXPECTATIONS to Screen Live Across UK and Worldwide from Vaudeville Theatre on Dickens' Birthday, Feb 7 by BroadwayWorld

To celebrate the launch of The Dickens Legacy at the Gala Evening at London's Vaudeville Theatre, GREAT EXPECTATIONS will be screened live via satellite to more than 150 cinemas across the U…

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Target Beauty Creates the New Holly Golightly by BroadwayWorld

Target's Bull's-eye is coming to the Great White WayTarget's beauty partners Sonia Kashuk and Umberto Savone have teamed up with the upcoming play Truman Capote's Breakfast at Tiffany's' to …

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theatreWashington to Host First-Ever Webcast of D.C.'s Helen Hayes Award Nominations, 1/28 by BroadwayWorld

theatreWashington presents the first-ever webcast of the Helen Hayes Awards Nominations. The road to the 29th Helen Hayes Awards begins when the nominees are announced on Monday, January 28.

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Photo Coverage: TALLEY'S FOLLY Cast Meets the Press by Walter McBride

Wilson's Pulitzer Prize winning play Talley's Folly, directed by Michael Wilson, feature Danny Burstein as 'Matt Friedman' and Sarah Paulson as 'Sally Talley.' Performances begin on February…

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Photo Blast from the Past: Bea Arthur and Hal Linden by Walter McBride

Today, we're featuring Bea Arthur and Hal Linden circa 1981. Arthur's stage roles included Lucy Brown in the 1954 Off-Broadway premiere of Marc Blitzstein's English-language adaptation of Ku…

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Complete Cast Announced for Nora Ephron’s Lucky Guy, Starring Tom Hanks by Marc Snetiker

Casting is complete for the Broadway premiere of Lucky Guy, a new play by the late Nora Ephron and starring Tom Hanks. The George C. Wolfe-directed production begins previews on March 1 at t…

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What's Up, Andrew Rannells? The Girls and New Normal Star on Giving Lena Dunham a Makeover and His Newfound TV Fame by Michael Mellini

When Tony-nominated Book of Mormon alum Andrew Rannells first appeared as Elijah on HBO's hit comedy Girls, his ex-girlfriend Hannah (played by show star/producer/director/writer Le…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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The Afternoon Report, Friday, January 11, 2013 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Friday, January 11, 2013 Today’s Tweets: click on hyperlinked items for more information Tune in to see CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF star Scarlett Johansson o…

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Michael Mayer's Rigoletto, Set in 1960's Vegas, Will Debut at the Met by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer's Las Vegas-set production of Verdi's Rigoletto will debut Jan. 28 at the Metropolitan Opera. The staging reunites Mayer with his Tony-winni…

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"Hold Your Hats and Hallelujah": Patti LuPone to Perform Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda at 54 Below by Adam Hetrick

Two-time Tony Award-winning Patti LuPone will return to 54 Below for her fourth engagement in February. This time, audiences at the intimate venue will be treated to the Evita and Gypsy star…

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On Making The Rainmaker by Cynthia Citron

A revival of The Rainmaker at Edgemar Center is the occasion for a three-way chat among director Jack Heller, Robert Standley in the title role, and Tanna Frederick -- who plays Lizzie and r…

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Special Report: Flashback Friday: Anne Hathaway by Sarah Moore

Today, she is an Academy Award nominee, but we won't forget her as the ingénue of Carnival! In 2002, Anne Hathaway played what Ben Brantley called the "unworldly heroine ever in a Broadway …

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Review: (Toronto) The Penelopiad by The Charlebois Post

Megan Follows (photo credit: John Lauener)Beyond Homerby Beat RiceI first want to state that I never saw the original Nightwood Theatre production of Margaret Atwood's  The Penelopaid o…

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Review: (Toronto) Hedwig and the Angry Inch by The Charlebois Post

Reviving the Blastby Christian BainesIt’s hard to imagine the ice water blast of originality that Hedwig and the Angry Inch must have seemed when it debuted in New York in 1998. With a fil…

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Review: (Toronto) Someone Else by The Charlebois Post

Kristen Thomson (photo credit: Guntar Kravis / cropped) The Shadows of Middle Ageby Greg BunkerHead check! Crow's Theatre’s Someone Else is a black comedy that has you in fits of laug…

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Bill Irwin, Michael McKean, Sarah Paulson, and Jessica Lange Visit ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf’ by Broadway's Best Shows

The critically-acclaimed 50th anniversary Broadway revival of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? had a few surprise guests backstage earlier this week as the stars m…

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Student Center Blog: William Peace University Readies for INTO THE WOODS! by BroadwayWorld

William Peace University's Theatre Department will present Stephen Sondheim's INTO THE WOODS from February 13-23, 2013 at the Leggett Theatre. BroadwayWorld is thrilled to welcome one of the…

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Listen to ONCE's Cristin Milioti on NPR's ASK ME ANOTHER by BroadwayWorld

Listen to Once star Cristin Milioti on NPR's 'Ask Me Another' HERE

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Austin Pendleton and More in Steppenwolf Theatre's THE BIRTHDAY PARTY by BroadwayWorld

Steppenwolf Theatre Company ensemble member Austin Pendleton directs The Birthday Party by Harold Pinter in the Upstairs Theatre, at the helm of a Pinter play for the first time. The theater…

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Why So Emotional? A guide for highly charged scenes. by Craig Mason

This month we will be looking at how to conquer the emotionally charged scene to make it an enjoyable experience for both the audience and the actors. Read the whole thing here! In This Issu…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Talley’s Folly Stars Danny Burstein and Sarah Paulson Smile Wide and Meet the Press by Marc Snetiker

As the Roundabout Theatre Company’s spring season heats up (did you see Sebastian Stan’s abs in Picnic!?), there’s plenty more chemistry coming down the pipeline, including…

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Audra McDonald, Will Swenson & Cyndi Lauper to Perform at Out for Equality Inaugural Event by Lindsay Champion

Five-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and her Tony-nominated husband Will Swenson will join Grammy winner Cyndi Lauper to perform at Out for Equality’s inaugural celebration o…

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'Jackie and Me' set on a field of time-travel dreams

New play is based on Dan Gutman's popular series for young readers.

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Film-inspired colliery band faces closure

Players feel brassed off at a perceived ‘snobbery’ from Whitehall that has meant a lack of funding for a working class treasure

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Highlights From William Inge's Picnic on Broadway

The 1953 Pulitzer Prize winner for Drama, William Inge's Picnic gets a fresh Broadway revival by Roundabout Theatre Company at the American Airlines Theatre. When sexy drifter Hal (Sebastian…

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OBSESSED!: Rebecca Luker and the Phantom Puker

Now appearing on the big screen in "Sopranos" creator David Chase’s new film "Not Fade Away" and set for a two-week engagement at Café Carlyle with Howard McGillin, Rebecca Luker is alway…

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Mathilde Monnier & La Ribot’s Gustavia at the French Highlights festival by Sherri Kronfeld

Gustavia was the kind of show that makes me angry. Angry that it’s so good, so unique, so necessary and yet only here in New York for one performance, so it’s already come and go…

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CHART TOPPERS: Top-Grossing Broadway Productions, Week of Dec. 31, 2012-Jan. 6, 2013 by Judy Samelson

Here are the top-grossing Broadway productions for the week of Dec. 31, 2012-Jan. 6, 2013, as reported by The Broadway League.

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Barry Manilow Earns Street Cred by Mark

Looks like he made it. Grammy-winning pop icon Barry Manilow is returning to his New York roots in a big way. In celebration of his upcoming Broadway concert engagement at the St. James Thea…

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Tune in to see CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF star Scarlett Johansson on CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, January 13 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Tune in to see Tony Award-winner Scarlett Johansson, who stars as Maggie in Tennessee Williams’ CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF, on CBS Sunday Morning this Sunday, January 13. Correspondent Anthony …

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Cristin Milioti: Once A Jersey Girl...

Do you know what a Russian pig sounds like? What about a Japanese bee? Find out as we test you on animal kingdom noises, spoil some TV show finales, and walk the streets with a song in our h…

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Filichia Features: A New Look at ANNIE by Peter Filichia

When you think of it, one aspect of ANNIE has never made any sense. At the end of the show, everyone is having a wonderful time, and not simply because it’s Christmas Day. Miss Hannigan, R…

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Leslie Uggams Chosen for Nightlife Awards Legend Honor at Monday's Star-Studded Show by Ellis Nassour

Tony winner, recording artist, TV legend and star of the forthcoming Lena Horne biographical musical Stormy Weather Leslie Uggams has been chosen as the Nightlife Awards’ 2013 Nightlife Le…

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Chicago Theater Review: I LOVE LUCY: LIVE ON STAGE (Broadway Playhouse) by Lawrence Bommer

THAT KINKY KINESCOPE It’s a time trip that denies the original intent—a live taping of a dead T.V. series. The iconic archetype of the boob tube’s “golden age,” I Love Lucy wasn’…

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Tina Fey and Amy Poehler Will Be Giving Sondheim His Big Break by Melena Ryzik

The Golden Globe hosts have already started planning something spontaneous for their big night.

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Taboo – review by Caroline Sullivan

Brixton Club House, LondonFor Boy George and his New Romantic pals, there was only one thing more important than peacocking around London nightclubs: it was delivering the bitchiest putdowns…

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

The Accrington Pals is revived in Manchester, an all-male The Maids cleans up in Glasgow, and Rupert Everett plays Oscar Wilde in London's West EndNorthHurry along to the Royal Exchange in M…

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'Smash' season debut sneak peek begins Monday

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- NBC is giving viewers a sneak peek at the new season of "Smash."...

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'Lincoln' predicted to win five Golden Globes, 'Les Miserables' three by Gold Derby

Our Experts, Editors and hundreds of Users have predicted the film winners of Sunday's Golden Globes, which will air live on NBC. (See our predictons for TV winners here.) -INSERTGRO…

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Robert Sean Leonard indulges his first love: Theater by Mike Boehm

'House' made him familiar to TV audiences, but he's always been a man of the theater. He's at the Old Globe now, savoring the words in 'Pygmalion.'As 2013 begins, Robert Sean Leonard is the …

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Hollywood mobsters helping mom-and-pop theaters

MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) -- Some of Hollywood's big-name mobsters are helping save small-town theaters....

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Opera Meets Philosophy by Daniel J. Wakin

The Royal Opera in London has asked four composers to write works responding to philosophical questions.

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Broadway News Review | Week of January 5 – 10 by Broadway's Best Shows

Having trouble keeping up with all the Broadway Buzz? Streamline your Broadway news to the most popular articles each week with our new ‘Broadway News Review.’ Incorporating last…

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‘Lucky Guy’ Begins Rehearsals on Jan 14 by Broadway's Best Shows

Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 14 in New York City for Lucky Guy, starring two-time Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks, making his Broadway debut, in the final work by three-time Academy …

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Las Vegas Travel: Six bountiful buffets for food fans by Richard Ouzounian

Hotels beef up their buffet offerings with top notch ingredients and even all you can drink Bloody Marys. After all, it's still Las Vegas.

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Megan Follows: Inspired casting as Penelope in Penelopiad by Richard Ouzounian

Anne of Green Gables star is a cross between Anne and Xena the Warrior Princess, so she’s perfect as Penelope in Margaret Atwood’s The Penelopiad

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Celebrity Travel: Ron James loves holidays in Canada by Richard Ouzounian

Comedian and TV star Ron James can tell more than a few good stories about travel in Canada.

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Civil Debates: Suggest Your Topics by Praxis

In December last year we announced a new joint initiative with The Theatre Centre called Civil Debates: an opportunity for two speakers from opposite sides of an argument to debate their per…

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How Do I Make This A Performance? by Andy Horwitz

How Do I Make This A Performance? Most freakin’ hilarious site I have seen in ages. Rarely am I super jealous of sheer comic genius, this is one of those moments. I smell a festival!

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'A Crucible' Fails to Turn Miller Into Mayhem

January is the unofficial month of experimental downtown theater, what with the Under the Radar and Coil festivals in full swing. But they are not the only game in town. The Wild Project is …

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Flop Musical? Not with a New Book and Cast by Mark Peikert

After 44 years, “The Fig Leaves Are Falling” returns to New York Even when Broadway musicals go unrecorded and unrevived, the original reviews live on. So while it may be almost …

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THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: January 5-11 by BroadwayWorld

HIGHLIGHTS OF THE WEEK CINDERELLA preps for Broadway, Blythe Danner joins NICE WORK, FLASHDANCE launches its national tour, and so much more

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STAGE TUBE: Old Men Rock out to THE LION KING by Stage Tube

In a burst of Lion King pride, a group of gentlemen gathered at a Tim Hortons and sang their hearts out to a familiar showtune. Check out their rendition of 'Can You Feel the Love Tonight.'

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Tony Award Winner Michael Mayer to Helm New RIGOLETTO for the Metropolitan Opera by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer will make his Met debut with a new production of Verdi's Rigoletto, in a staging that moves the opera's tragic events from a decadent 16th-century I…

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Gift Theatre’s ‘Ten’ a sensational showcase

Sometimes you get what you DON’T have to pay for, and it’s priceless. A perfect case in point: “Ten,” the second (and sure to be annual) anthology program of short pieces that serves…

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The Guide — Theater Listings 01.11.13

OPENING THE ALIENS. A Red Orchid Theatre presents Annie Baker’s story of a couple of slackers who philosophize of life as life passes by, and the young barista who happens into their lives…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher & More Complete Casting For Annie Baker’s The Flick by Lindsay Champion

Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher, Alex Hanna, and Aaron Clifton Moten will head to the movies in Annie Baker’s new off-Broadway play The Flick. Directed by Sam Gold, the production will be…

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Smash Star Megan Hilty's Solo Album It Happens All the Time Set for Spring Release by Marc Snetiker

Broadway favorite and Smash sweetheart Megan Hilty took to Twitter on January 11 to reveal details about her upcoming solo album. “Just confirmed that my album title will be It Happ…

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A Is for Kicking by Sam Hurwitt

Kapow! It's my first review for KQED's Arts Blog! And it's a good one.

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Guest Blog #77: Cheap Pizza In An Expensive City by Michael Roderick

This week's guest blog comes from Adrienne Smith of Cheazza which you'll hear all about in a few seconds. In this post, she lets you in the on the process of building an app as an entreprene…

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Fuse Classical Music Review: Julian Rachlin and the Boston Symphony Orchestra/Alan Gilbert by Jonathan Blumhofer

Julian Rachlin is a Romantic violinist in the best sense: he has technique to burn, but isn’t overly showy. His tone is pure, his intonation impeccable, and in his playing the melodic line…

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Cast Complete for Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy With Tom Hanks, Peter Scolari, Maura Tierney and More by Adam Hetrick

Complete casting has been announced for the Broadway premiere of late writer Nora Ephron's Lucky Guy, starring Academy Award winner Tom Hanks, which will begin previews March 1 at the Br…

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Cast Announced for Annie Baker's The Flick, Directed by Sam Gold for Playwrights Horizons by Kenneth Jones

Alex Hanna, Louisa Krause, Matthew Maher and Aaron Clifton Moten will star in The Flick, Annie Baker's new Off-Broadway play that reunites her with director Sam Gold. Playwrights Horizon…

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The Other Place, Picnic, Laura Osnes, Brad Oscar and More Added to Playbill Vault, Week Ending Jan. 12 by Andrew Gans

When the Playbill Vault launched in December 2011, it included information on over 10,000 shows and 120,000 actors, creative teams and crew members who have worked or are currently working o…

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PHOTO CALL: Aaron Tveit, Steven Pasquale, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Josh Gad and "Smash" Stars Celebrate Upcoming NBC Season by Matthew Blank

NBCUniversal held its Press Tour Jan. 6 and 7 at The Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena. Cast members from shows such as "Smash," "1600 Penn," "Do No Harm" an…

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PLAYBILL ON OPENING NIGHT: The Other Place; Location, Location, Location by Harry Haun

Meet the first-nighters at the Broadway opening of Sharr White's The Other Place starring Laurie Metcalf, Zoe Perry, Daniel Stern and John Schiappa.

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Once’s Cristin Milioti on NPR’s “Ask Me Another” by Amy Kass

Click Here to listen to ONCE star Cristin Milioti on NPR’s “Ask Me Another.”

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From Jenn to Maria (30 December, 2012) by Jenn Joy

Jenn Joy on Maria Hassabi's "Show" - playing this week at American Realness.

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The Other Place, Friedman Theatre, New York

Actress Laurie Metcalf’s latest display of toughness comes in Sharr White’s challenging, ultimately heart-catching drama, writes Brendan Lemon

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Scarlett Johansson to Visit CBS SUNDAY MORNING, 1/13 by TV News Desk

Hollywood superstar Scarlett Johansson, now starring in the Broadway production of Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, tells CBS SUNDAY MORNING WITH CHARLES OSGOOD that she hates the nickname ScarJo whic…

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2012 BWW Los Angeles Awards Winners Announced - Pantages, Candlelight on Top! by BroadwayWorld

Votes are cast, polls are closed, and results have been tabulated This was our BIGGEST year yet After a record number of voters in over 30 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is VERY excited to…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Mary Testa & Rob Fisher Give Preview of 92Y's MORDEN MAJOR LYRICIST Concert by BroadwayWorld TV

In the exclusive video below, Testa a Fisher chat about the tribute concert and give a special preview of 'Mr. and Mrs. Fitch.' Click below to check it out

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Between Shows: Norbert Leo Butz’s Album “Memory and Mayhem” by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

This week’s Between Shows is two-time Tony Winner Norbert Leo Butz’s new album Memory and Mayhem, which was recorded during Butz’s 54 Below stint in August.  The album inc…

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Did Our Word of Mouth Panelists Follow Laurie Metcalf to The Other Place by Broadway.com

Laurie Metcalf leads the cast of the Broadway premiere of Sharr White's new drama The Other Place, featuring Zoe Perry and Daniel Stern. Find out if Word of Mouth panelists Brad, Fernand…

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Sherie Rene Scott to Bring Solo Show Piece of Meat to London by Marc Snetiker

Sherie Rene Scott’s Piece of Meat is crossing the Atlantic. The Tony nominee will bring her solo concert to the Matcham Room at the London Hippodrome for three nights only from Februar…

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Julia Murney, Caissie Levy, Jason Danieley & More Sign On for Songwriter Spotlight Concert at 54 Below by Josh Ferri

Julia Murney (Wicked), Caissie Levy (Ghost), Jason Danieley (Next to Normal) and Etai Ben Shlomo (Wicked) will participate in the National Alliance for Musical Theatre’s Song…

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A Thrilling Opening Night for Laurie Metcalf and the Cast of Broadway's The Other Place by Ryan Gilbert

In the Broadway premiere of Sharr White's The Other Place, Emmy winner Laurie Metcalf gives a riveting performance as Juliana Smithton, a brilliant neurologist whose life becomes unbalan…

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‘Feast’ for the senses

Written by five playwrights and with a plot that spans four continents and 300 years, ‘Feast’ is an ambitious production about Yoruba culture, writes Griselda Murray Brown

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Review - Pippin at the A.R.T in Cambridge, Mass. by Christopher Caggiano

In the arts-criticism course that I teach at the Boston Conservatory, one of the DVDs that I've had my students watch almost every semester is Pippin. This isn't because I necessarily like t…

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Boston Theater - Friday Roundup by Art

2013 is getting into full swing with a lot of openings Here are some of the shows you can see in and around the Hub this weekend: Opening A variety of Boston's best actresses …

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A less traditional take on the flower girl in this 'Pygmalion' by Chris Jones

When watching "Pygmalion," it's never easy to get "My Fair Lady" our of your head. Alan Jay Lerner took his lyrical ideas right from the George Bernard Shaw verbiage in most instances, which…

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'Tis Pity She's a Whore: Theater Review by Myron Meisel

John Ford's notorious incest tragedy of the 17th century is given a contemporary-minded staging at UCLA's Freud Playhouse.read more

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Sherie Rene Scott Will Bring Her Solo Show, Piece of Meat, to London by Michael Gioia

Three-time Tony Award nominee Sherie Rene Scott, last seen on Broadway in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, will bring her cabaret show, Piece of Meat, to the London Hippodrome for …

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Brisa’s Pieces: Go Big Or Go Home by Brisa Trinchero

I consider myself lucky that not a week goes by where I don’t see at least one, if not several, musicals. I see everything from community theater to Broadway. As is to be expected, the qua…

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Personal drama leads to national trauma in This Is War by Robert Cushman

Hannah Moscovitch's combat drama is a magnificent, complex look at a platoon's psyche

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Stage direction: The Post’s 2013 Canadian theatre preview by Alison Broverman

It’s 2013, and against all odds, Canadian theatre is thriving across the country. So what to see and where?

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‘Picnic’ Montage (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Picnic, William Inge‘s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of small-town folk yearning for what’s beyond, returns to Broadway starting December 14 in a Roundabout Theatre Company produc…

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‘Picnic’ Officially Opens January 13 by Broadway's Best Shows

Picnic, William Inge‘s Pulitzer Prize-winning drama of small-town folk yearning for what’s beyond, returns to Broadway officially opens Sunday, January 13, 2013. Picnic is a Roun…

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Other Forces 2013: Julia Jarcho’s “Grimly Handsome” at Incubator Arts Project by Max Cosmo Cramer

“I know your name.” “You do?” “Yeah.” “What is it?” “Guess.” In that charming and creepy flirtation we bear some witness to the seductive, eerie, and viol…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: First Look at Courtney Balan, James Sasser and More in Riverside's FUNNY GIRL by BroadwayWorld

Riverside Theatre's Simply Amazing Season continues with the Broadway smash musical hit, Funny Girl. Nominated for eight Tony Awards including Best Musical Best Lead Actor and Actress and Be…

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POLL: Which Animated Movie Musical Should Disney Bring to Broadway Next? by BroadwayWorld

New BroadwayWorld.com Poll - Which animated movie musical should Disney bring to Broadway next

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VIDEO: Tony Award Winner Jason Robert Brown Rehearses w/ OCSA Students for PERFORMING W/ PROS Concert by BroadwayWorld

The Orange County School of the Arts OCSA, a nationally recognized arts school that provides bright and talented students with a creative and challenging educational environment, is pleased …

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Charles Young, Randy Ventriloquist by Trav S.D.

Based in New York, ventriloquist Charles Young played many of the important venues of the late 18th century: Tony Pastor’s, Bunnell’s New American Museum, Harrigan & HartR…

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Tony Winner John Lloyd Young Heads Back to Jersey Boys as Frankie Valli by Broadway.com

Tony-winning original Jersey Boys star John Lloyd Young returns to the hit musical as Frankie Valli on January 11 at the August Wilson Theatre.  Since winning the…

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What's Up, Andrew Rannells? The Girls and New Normal Star on Giving Lena Dunham a Makeover and His Newfound Fame by Michael Mellini

When Tony-nominated Book of Mormon alum Andrew Rannells first appeared as Elijah on HBO's hit comedy Girls, his ex-girlfriend Hannah (played by show star/producer/director/writer Le…

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The trap of the big idea by Adam Thurman

You can convince yourself that no idea is big enough, or ambitious enough to satisfy you. You can convince yourself that you must get published by that big NYC publishing house to have "made…

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Broadway Emojis: Submit! by BroadwaySpotted

  You’ve seen it. I’ve seen it. We’ve all see in. Some genius decided to write out the entire movie/musical of Les Miserables in emojis on their iPhone. Who doesn̵…

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PHOTO CALL: Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, With Scarlett Johansson and Benjamin Walker, on Broadway by Matthew Blank

The Broadway revival of Tennessee Williams' 1955 drama Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, starring Tony Award winner Scarlett Johansson and Benjamin Walker, began previews Dec. 18 at the Richard Rod…

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PLAYBILL'S THEATRE WEEK IN REVIEW, Jan. 5-11: The Other Place, Water By the Spoonful, Bette Midler On Broadway by Robert Simonson

Two very different one-woman plays were announced for Broadway this week.

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Noah Racey and Laura Griffith Will Lead The Music Man in Seattle by Adam Hetrick

Noah Racey and Laura Griffith will co-star in the 5th Avenue Theatre production of Meredith Willson's Tony Award-winning musical The Music Man, which will parade into Seattle beginning F…

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PHOTO CALL: Introducing the Cast of The Amoralists' World Premiere of Collision by Krissie Fullerton

The Amoralists' Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Lyle Kessler's Collision at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre beginning Jan. 10 for a run through Feb. 17.

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News: New £16m theatre opens in Wales by Nicola Merrifield

A £16 million theatre has opened in south-west Wales, which is said to be the first purpose-built venue in the region. The Ffwrnes theatre in the town centre of Llanelli comprises a main au…

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Production News: West End production of Great Expectations to be broadcast live to UK cinemas by Matthew Hemley

The forthcoming West End production of Great Expectations is to be broadcast live to cinemas around the UK on February 7, which was Charles Dickens’ birthday. It will be shown live from th…

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The Grand Irrationality — Found at the Lost Studio by Jemma Kennedy

Everyone in London's dramaturgical circles seemed to like Jemma Kennedy's The Grand Irrationality, but only in Los Angeles did she find a producer and director (Lynn and John Pleshette) who …

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John Lithgow-headlined National Theatre Live broadcast featured in The Wall Street Journal by Michael Strassheim

The Wall Street Journal, Friday, January 11, 2013 A London Farce Beaming to a Theater Near You By PIA CATTON Actor John Lithgow has been headlining the National Theatre’s latest farce, “…

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The Heiress’ Jessica Chastain wins Critics’ Choice Award by Amy Kass

THE HEIRESS congratulates Jessica Chastain on her Critics’ Choice Award for Best Actress in Zero, Dark, Thirty. THE HEIRESS stars Academy Award nominee Jessica Chastain as Catherine Sloper…

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Interviews: Opera’s big beast takes bull by horns by Graham Rogers

Graham Rogers catches up with Sir John Tomlinson and discusses his many performances in Wagner’s Ring Cycle, career longevity and his role as The Minotaur

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CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF Benjamin Walker star featured in Backstage by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Benjamin Walker Heats Up Broadway in ‘Cat on a Hot Tin Roof’ By Suzy Evans Benjamin Walker stands towering in his dressing room on the fourth floor of the Richard Rodgers Theatre…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at noon (Broadway Time)
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BWW TV: Chatting with the Cast of THE OTHER PLACE on Opening Night- Laurie Metcalf and More! by BroadwayWorld TV

The Other Place, the new play starring Laurie Metcalf, opened last night, January 10 at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. The Other Place stars Laurie…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Benjamin Walker, Scarlett Johansson & More in CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF by BroadwayWorld

Performances of Tennessee Williams' Cat on a Hot Tin Roof starring Scarlett Johansson as Maggie, Ciarn Hinds as Big Daddy, Benjamin Walker as Brick and Debra Monk as Big Mama, directed by Ro…

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

This week's featured program is The Department of Theatre and Dance at Lamar University in Beaumont, Texas Read on to learn about their theater and dance programs and their upcoming producti…

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Audra McDonald to Team Up with Michael John LaChiusa for 92Y's Lyrics & Lyricists Series by Josh Ferri

Five-time Tony winner Audra McDonald will reunite with Tony-nominated composer Michael John LaChiusa (Marie Christine, The Wild Party) on April 15 as part of 92YTribeca’s Lyrics & …

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Cast Announced for Charles Busch's Vampire Bunny Family Show Bunnicula by Lindsay Champion

Casting is complete for off-Broadway’s Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Musical Mystery, which will play the DR2 Kids Theatre. Featuring a book by Tony nominee Charles Bush, music by S…

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Get a Sultry First Look at Scarlett Johansson & Benjamin Walker in Cat on a Hot Tin Roof by Lindsay Champion

Tony winner Scarlett Johansson and Benjamin Walker are bringing the sweltering Mississippi Delta to life in Tennessee William’s Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, and we’ve got a first look …

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What’s Up, Nick Adams? The Hairspray Star Talks Playing a Teen Heartthrob & Going Through Priscilla Withdrawal by Lindsay Champion

After taking his final bow as flashy Felicia in Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Nick Adams is hitting the road in 2013, starring as Link Larkin in a concert version of Hairspray alongside Bet…

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News: Lion King defies 2012 predictions to report record box office

Disney's The Lion King has reported record box office figures for the eight year running.The musical, adapted from the 1994 film and directed by Julie Taymor, defied a predicted downturn in …

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Feature: Live Tweeting: 2013 London 50-hour Improvathon

This weekend sees the sixth annual London 50-hour Improvathon being staged at the historic Hoxton Hall in Shoreditch. Kicking off at 7pm on Friday (11 January) and running until 9pm on Sunda…

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‘Cotton Club Parade’ Marching to Broadway by Mark

Cotton Club Parade, the musical revue that played two engagements at New York City Center, will transfer to Broadway for the fall 2013 season. A celebration of the famed Harlem nightclub in …

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A variable "33 Variations" by Thomas Garvey

Paula Plum faces the infinite in 33 Variations.Sigh!  The Vanya on 42nd Street Effect has struck again!What's that effect, you may ask? Well actually, that's just my shorthand for the p…

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STAGE PORTRAIT: Laurie Metcalf, Daniel Stern and Zoe Perry in The Other Place

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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Settlement Between Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark Producers and Julie Taymor Not Yet Reached; Trial Would Begin in May by Michael Gioia

The producers of Broadway's Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark have resumed litigation with director Julie Taymor after failing to reach a final settlement in her copyright infringement …

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New German Opera Recording of Sweeney Todd Features Mark Stone, Jane Henschel and Broadway's Diana DiMarzio by Andrew Gans

Diana DiMarzio, who starred as the Beggar Woman in John Doyle's Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd opposite Patti LuPone and Michael Cerveris, re-created her perfor…

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"The Motherf**ker with the Hat" at Steppenwolf by John Olson

Steppenwolf's production has star power of its own in Jimmy Smits, who's doing Chris Rock's role of the duplicitous AA sponsor of parolee and recovering addict/alcoholic Ralph D.

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A playwright on the rise: Quiara Alegria Hudes by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- It's a virtual law, maybe even a commandment, of all literature classes: Write what you know. Don't forget to write what you know. Playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes agrees…

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St. Louis Rep "Good People" by Richard Green

One hundred and fifty-two years ago, Charles Dickens began the publication of "Great Expectations." And now another great storyteller, David Lindsay-Abaire, takes up the opposite theme in a …

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‘Les Miserables’ Racks Up Oscar, BAFTA Nominations by David Rogers

The latest film version of “Les Miserables” racked up a slew of Oscar and BAFTA nominations this week. For the Academy Awards, “Les Mis” was nominated for Best Picture and earned sev…

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Rory O’Malley To Leave ‘Book of Mormon’ by Broadway's Best Shows

The Book of Mormon‘s Rory O’Malley (Elder McKinley) announced via Facebook that he will be leaving the Broadway production. For the role of Elder McKinley, O’Malley has be…

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‘The Other Place’ Releases Video Montage by Broadway's Best Shows

3-time Emmy Award winner Laurie Metcalf leads fellow cast members Daniel Stern, Zoe Perry, and John Schiappa in Manhattan Theatre Club’s Broadway production of The Other Place, a new …

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Go Behind The Scenes Of ‘Golden Boy’ (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Take a look behind the scenes at LCT’s Golden Boy. Golden Boy is currently playing at the Belasco Theatre. Golden Boy Story Clifford Odets’ Golden Boy charts the swift rise of …

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They’re going back to their old school… by Peter D. Kramer

Peter Gallagher leads alums back to Byram Hills (Peter Gallagher as Arthur Campbell in “Covert Affairs.” Photo by Steve Wilkie/USA Network.) Before Peter Gallagher made a name fo…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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DID YOU KNOW...The Most Interesting Message Board Topics of the Week: January 5-11 by BroadwayWorld

This week's topics THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME, Congrats to Hugh, Anne and LES MIZ, Erin Davie to Replace Betsy Wolfe as 'Rosa Bud', Bway songs about an enemy, Favorite Songs About Broadway

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John Stamos to Guest on 'Gaydar' Episode of NBC's THE NEW NORMAL, 1/22 by TV News Desk

John Stamos Glee, Full House will guest star on the new NBC comedy THE NEW NORMAL. The episode entitled 'Gaydar' will air January 22nd at 930 pmET.

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2012 BWW Boston Awards Winners Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Votes are cast, polls are closed, and results have been tabulated This was our BIGGEST year yet After a record number of voters in over 30 regions worldwide, BroadwayWorld is VERY excited to…

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SHOW BIZ: Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 1/11/2013 by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld.com's SHOW BIZ Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 1112013.

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Rehearsals Begin Monday for LUCKY GUY, Starring Tom Hanks by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 14 in New York City for LUCKY GUY, starring two-time Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks, making his Broadway debut, in the final work by three-time Academy Aw…

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Jessica Chastain Reacts to Oscar Nomination! by BroadwayWorld

Nominations for the 85th Academy Awards were announced yesterday morning by the show's host, Seth MacFarlane, and actress Emma Stone. The Heiress star Jessica Chastain was honored with a Bes…

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Photo Flash: More Production Shots of Joe Cassidy, Kendra Kassebaum and More in NEXT TO NORMAL by BroadwayWorld

A Co-Production between Arizona Theatre Company and San Jose Repertory Theatre, Next to Normal is opening tomorrow, January 10, in San Jose, CA. The show features the talents of Joe Cassidy,…

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Complete Cast Announced for LUCKY GUY; Rehearsals Begin 1/14 by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 14 in New York City for LUCKY GUY, starring two-time Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks, making his Broadway debut, in the final work by three-time Academy Aw…

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Jessica Chastain, Anne Hathaway & More Win Critics’ Choice Awards by Marc Snetiker

The Broadcast Film Critics Association’s Critics’ Choice Awards were doled out on January 10, and a number of Broadway individuals were honored. Newly-dubbed Oscar nominees …

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Nigel Planer, Clive Carter & More Join the West End’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Starring Douglas Hodge by Lindsay Champion

Nigel Planer, Clive Carter, Jasna Ivir and more will join previously announced Tony winner Douglas Hodge in the world premiere musical adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Direct…

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Christopher Fitzgerald to Lead the Circus in Chichester Festival Theatre’s Barnum by Lindsay Champion

Two-time Tony nominee Christopher Fitzgerald will take on the title role in the new Chichester Festival Theatre revival of Barnum, according to the U.K.’s Daily Mail. The musical featu…

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Olivia Vinall, Adrian Lester & Rory Kinnear to Star in National Theatre's Othello by Josh Ferri

Adrian Lester will star as the title Moor in the National Theatre’s 50th anniversary production of Shakespeare's Othello, according to The Daily Mail. Joining Lester will be n…

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Stella Gonet, June Watson, Katherine Parkinson & More to Star in London’s Before the Party by Josh Ferri

Casting has been announced for the new London production of Rodney Ackland’s Before the Party. Ackland’s 1949 play about an upper middle class family adjusting to life after…

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Feature: Five Reasons to See ... Steve And Then It Ended at Theatre503

Adam Usden's Steve And Then It Ended, billed as "an intimate, darkly comic look at one family’s last TV dinner", premieres at Theatre503 from 8-19 January 2013. Here, producer Flavia…

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Who Should Play Javert: VOTING! by BroadwaySpotted

  We got a lot of input from you all over the last week about who you think would’ve been a better fit for Javert in the Les Miserables movie than Russell Crowe. A lot of Broadway…

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Finding BOGED: your guide to Theater J at the Davis Arts Center by Lorraine Treanor

Theater J’s first play of the new year will be performed away from company’s venue on 16th Street. Boged (Traitor): An Enemy of the People, produced in conjunction with George Washin…

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Stella! Where are you, Stella!?

REVIEW: In the Out There opener, the Rude Mechs gently cast a withering eye on some of theater's most sacred cows.

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PHOTO CALL: The Other Place, With Laurie Metcalf, Opens on Broadway; Red Carpet Arrivals, Curtain Call and Cast Party by Matthew Blank and Joseph Marzullo

The Broadway premiere of The Other Place, Sharr White's mysterious play about a medical researcher whose health, homelife and workplace are shaken, featuring Laurie Metcalf, reprising he…

Linked From Playbill at 11:33AM

THE SCREENING ROOM: Patti LuPone, Bernadette Peters, Liza Minnelli and More Sing "Everything's Coming Up Roses" (Video) by Playbill Staff

The 2008 revival of Stephen Sondheim, Arthur Laurents and Jule Styne's iconic musical Gypsy took its final bow on Broadway Jan. 11, 2009. Here, we take a look at various divas who took o…

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Casting Announced for Charles Busch's Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Musical Mystery by Andrew Gans

DR2 Kids Theatre continues its partnership with Theatreworks USA to present Bunnicula: A Rabbit Tale of Musical Mystery beginning Feb. 9 at Off-Broadway's DR2 Theatre.

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Audra McDonald and Michael John LaChiusa Set for Lyrics & Lyricists Downtown by Adam Hetrick

Five-time Tony Award winner Audra McDonald will reunite with Marie Christine writer Michael John LaChiusa for an April 15 presentation of Lyrics & Lyricists Downtown at the 92YTribe…

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MARQUEE VALUE: Motown: The Musical on Broadway by Matthew Blank

Broadway's Motown: The Musical, about the life and career of music mogul Berry Gordy, will begin previews March 11, 2013, at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

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If they don’t go to opening night, then who should? by Ken Davenport

A friend of mine, and to protect the innocent, let’s call that friend . . . uh . . . me . . . was recently offered a chance to invest $50k into a Broadway musical.  A high unit price, but…

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Production News: Lion King reveals West End show grossed £38m in 2012 by Nicola Merrifield

The West End production of Disney’s The Lion King grossed more than £38 million in 2012 marking the eighth consecutive year that it has broken its box office record, according to its prod…

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A playwright on the rise: Quiara Alegria Hudes

NEW YORK (AP) — It's a virtual law, maybe even a commandment, of all literature classes: Write what you know. Don't forget to write what you know. Playwright Quiara Alegria Hudes agrees …

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Battle over Broadway Shows in Downtown Arts Center Spotlight - WMFE 90.7 by Nicole Creston

There's a battle over Broadway in Orlando. The leaders of the new Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts say they're going to bypass the city's long-time Broadway show presenter, the Fl…

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Spend the Weekend With New DVDs and CDs, Including To Rome With Love, Chaplin & More by Ellis Nassour

There’s plenty of home entertainment to be had: the just-released DVD of Woody Allen’s latest; the tale of one of America’s greatest family feuds; orginal cast CD of Chaplin; and a dou…

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Theaterdelphia: Former radio star tries his hand at acting

THEATER IS SUPPOSED to surprise. But there was no way I was prepared for what happened last Sunday afternoon when I arrived at the Players Club of Swarthmore for a matinee performance of pla…

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Linda Lavin’s Career Goes Full Circle by Sandi Durell

  By Karen Feld     Perhaps best known for her TV role as Alice Hyatt and her Broadway performances in “Broadway Bound” and “The Lyons,” Linda Lavin’s career has com…

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The late show: should theatres adjust their start times? by Lyn Gardner

In the UK, we work the longest hours in Europe – but curtain-up times are stuck in the past. Would starting shows earlier or later make life easier for today's theatre audiences?As the cl…

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Rehearsals begin Monday, January 14 for Tom Hanks in Nora Ephron’s LUCKY GUY by Jim Byk

Rehearsals begin on Monday, January 14 in New York City for LUCKY GUY, starring two-time Academy Award®-winner Tom Hanks, making his Broadway debut, in the final work by three-time Academy …

Linked From BONEAU/BRYAN-BROWN at 11:20AM

John Lloyd Young Joins Broadway’s ‘Jersey Boys’ Tonight by Broadway's Best Shows

John Lloyd Young joins Broadway’s Jersey Boys tonight, January 11, 2013. Young, who won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for the role of Frankie Valli will resume the role in a…

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Learn Do Teach: Diversity by August Schulenburg

If you haven’t yet read Dafina’s post on Uniting the 1,200 Conferences, please do so first, as she lays out the basics of our 2013 TCG National Conference: Learn Do Teach in Dall…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Underused National Theatre is ready for its next act by Nelson Pressley

Carol Channing, Rex Harrison, Tallulah Bankhead, Laurence Olivier, Mae West, Jack Lemmon, Audrey Hepburn, Noel Coward: These are among the legends who have graced the stage of the National T…

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of THE OTHER PLACE- The Curtain Call! by Walter McBride

The Other Place, the new play starring Laurie Metcalf, opened last night, January 10 at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. The Other Place stars Laurie…

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Photo Coverage: THE OTHER PLACE Opening Night Theatre Arrivals! by Walter McBride

The Other Place, the new play starring Laurie Metcalf, opened last night, January 10 at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. The Other Place stars Laurie…

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Photo Coverage: THE OTHER PLACE Cast Celebrates Opening Night! by Walter McBride

The Other Place, the new play starring Laurie Metcalf, opened last night, January 10 at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. The Other Place stars Laurie…

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Lyrics & Lyricists Downtown at 92Y to Feature Michael John LaChiusa With Moderator Audra McDonald, 4/15 by BroadwayWorld

Details are set for the next Lyrics amp Lyricists Downtown, the LampL series at 92YTribeca. On Monday, April 15, this one-night-only event features a conversation with Tony Award-nominated l…

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Last Chance to Win Tickets to 50 SHADES! THE MUSICAL! by Contests

With sold out audiences in Chicago screaming for more, and a hit run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with a 4-star review, the original parody 50 SHADES THE MUSICAL is coming for the first …

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News Briefs: Lost Girls Play Reading And Dramawork’s Concert Of Camelot by Bill Hirschman

South Florida Theater has a full slate of special events this weekend in addition to the openings of Zoetic Theatre’s All New People, Maltz Jupiter Theatre’s Singin’ In The Rain, Cirqu…

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Offer: Enjoy the Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert in style with this exclusive hotel package

We've teamed up with our Whatsonstage.com Awards Official Hotel Partner, Radisson Blu Edwardian to offer a luxury hotel package for the THIRTEENTH ANNUAL Whatsonstage.com Awards, which takes…

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It’s a Mad, Mad Etc — on TCM Tonight! by Trav S.D.

One of my favorite movies is playing on TCM tonight at 8 p.m., E.S.T.  As a child, it held many mysteries for me. First, that title, It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World was so long it s…

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Stars of Slapstick # 52: Chester Conklin by Trav S.D.

This is one in a series of posts we are producing in connection with our new book Chain of Fools: Silent Comedy and Its Legacies from Nickelodeons to Youtube, available from Bear Manor Me…

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New York Times Calls Laurie Metcalf in THE OTHER PLACE, “Superb. A performance of intense, complicated humanity.” by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Theater Review Who Do You Think You Are, Anyway? ‘The Other Place’ at Samuel J. Friedman Theater By CHARLES ISHERWOOD Published: January 10, 2013 As you watch “The Other Place,” a sl…

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Weekend Poll: Which Broadway Starlet Should Join the Cast of HBO’s Girls? by Marc Snetiker

Lena Dunham's acclaimed comedy Girls returns to HBO on January 13, and we can’t help but feel like those edgy Brooklyn girls could use a bit of Midtown Manhattan in their live…

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Full Casting Announced for John Logan’s Peter and Alice, Starring Judi Dench by Marc Snetiker

The complete cast has been announced for John Logan’s new play Peter and Alice, starring previously announced leads Judi Dench and Ben Whishaw (who performed together in the recent blo…

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John Stamos Will Guest Star on Upcoming Episode of NBC's "The New Normal" by Andrew Gans

John Stamos, whose Broadway credits include Bye Bye Birdie, Nine and How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying, will guest star on the Jan. 22 episode of NBC's "The New Norma…

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Tovah Feldshuh Will Be On, Off, & Now Under Broadway at 54 Below by Andrew Gans

Four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh will make her 54 Below debut next month with a show entitled On, Off, & Now Under Broadway.

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Open for Business by Janice C. Simpson

Trainers preach a new gospel of self-empowerment, even in the most collaborative of art forms

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Those Who Can, Do – -Those Who Really Can, Also Teach by Sandi Durell

Marci Kraft:  A show Created & Directed by Marilyn Maye    My View  written by Stephen Sorokoff Any discussion about a person’s educational background invariably focuses on…

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Review: Laurie Metcalf in "The Other Place" by Robert Kahn

A medical researcher forges ahead with her own reality to avoid confronting pain in a fast-paced thriller that jumps to Broadway after a 2011 staging downtown

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Review: The Other Place at curtainup.com by Elyse Sommer

Laurie Metcalf reprises her powerhouse performance in Sharr White's play on Broadway

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Los Angeles Theater Review: ‘TIS PITY SHE’S A WHORE (UCLA’s Freud Playhouse) by Thomas Antoinne

‘TIS PITY IT’S A SHORT RUN Cheek by Jowl’s touring production of John Ford’s revenge tragedy, ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore, landed at UCLA’s Freud Playhouse for a brief run. The tru…

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50 Shades! The Musical, Based on Best-Selling Book Series, Will Be Given New York Premiere by Ticket News

Based on the best-selling book "Fifty Shades of Grey" by E. L. James, 50 Shades! The Musical is bound to entertain. The performance features 11 original songs from the musical group Baby Wan…

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Broadway Theater Review: THE OTHER PLACE (Samuel J. Friedman Theater) by Dmitry Zvonkov

LAURIE METCALF BELONGS IN THE OTHER PLACE In The Other Place, Sharr White’s riveting and affective play, Laurie Metcalf delivers a poignant and masterfully crafted performance as Juliana, …

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Chicago Theater Review: THE MOTHERFUCKER WITH THE HAT (Steppenwolf) by Samantha Nelson

HATS OFF TO STEPPENWOLF If the title wasn’t enough of a clue, Stephen Adly Guirgis’s The Motherfucker with the Hat is filled with bad language. But what’s really surprising…

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Cindy Williams stars in 'Nunset Boulevard' at Three Stages by Carla Meyer

Cindy Williams, 65, spent the 1970s in the thick of Hollywood creativity, acting for directors George Lucas ("American Graffiti") and Francis Ford Coppola ("The Conversation") and starring o…

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Sacramento Live: Big topic at Big Idea Theatre by Marcus Crowder

True story: In college, I took a class on the 17th century Dutch Jewish philosopher Baruch Spinoza and we examined his signature work "Ethics." I tried very hard but understood very little, …

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Scarlett Johansson simply sizzles on the stage in A Cat On A Hot Tin Roof

Scarlett Johansson had been off sick for a couple of days and the first night she returned to play the smouldering Maggie in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof there was Meryl Streep sitting in the front…

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The four Brits who got one over Oscar

Films nominated for best picture can have three producers on the ballot - but Les Mis has four including the managers of London-based Working Title Films, which also made Anna Karenina starr…

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Sondheim Unplugged at 54 Below by Sandi Durell

Written by Susan Hasho   Masterminded by Phil Geoffrey Bond with Joshua Stephen Kartes as musical director/pianist, January 9th was my first Sondheim Unplugged. Who knew? Who knew that …

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Theater review: ' 'Tis Pity' still shocks after nearly 400 years by Charles McNulty

Cheek by Jowl's touring production of John Ford's " 'Tis Pity" stirs up the theatricality to a dizzying degree, but remains compulsively, if scandalously, watchable.Before Quentin Tarantino,…

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Oscar nominations: 'Les Miserables' scores eight nods by David Ng

After it opened in New York in 1987, the Broadway production of "Les Miserables" garnered eight Tony Awards, including best new musical. Twenty-five years later, the movie version of the be…

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Review: A 'King Lear' disconnect at the Studio Stage by F. Kathleen Foley

Director Thomas Bigley has fulfilled an essential task in his modern-day mounting of “King Lear,” presented by the Porters of Hellsgate at the Studio Stage.  Every “Lear&r…

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Theater to See in L.A. This Week, Including a Solo Show About Pioneering Actress Hattie McDaniel by Steven Leigh Morris

Our critic Lovell Estell was entranced by Vickilyn Reynolds' performance in a show based on the life of Hattie McDaniel, Hattie -- What I Need You To Know. For all the latest New Theate…

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Oscar nominations: 'Les Miserables' soundtrack is a top seller by David Ng

It's been a good week for "Les Miserables," which was nominated this morning for the Academy Award for best picture.

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Quick-change artists strut their stuff in musical 'Priscilla Queen of the Desert' at PlayhouseSquare by Andrea Simakis

There are some 260 quick changes during "Priscilla Queen of the Desert," some 15 seconds long, others 45 seconds long. "There are quick changes happening onstage, there are qu…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Hathaway, Chastain & More at 18th Annual CRITICS CHOICE AWARDS by Movies News Desk

The stars came out for the 18th Annual Critics Choice Movie Awards which took place yesterday, January 10th in Los Angeles, CA. Among the winners were Ben Affleck for Best Director. His film…

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BWW TV: Promo Video of US Tour of WAR HORSE by BroadwayWorld TV

Producers Bob Boyett and The National Theatre of Great Britain present the Denver engagement of the 2011 Tony Award-winning Best Play, War Horse. The company, comprised of more than 30 perfo…

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LES MIS, SMASH Among Nominees of 63rd ANNUAL ACE AWARDS by Movies News Desk

American Cinema Editors ACE today announced nominations for the 63rd Annual ACE Eddie Awards recognizing outstanding editing in nine categories of film, television and documentaries.

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Chita Rivera, Eva Longoria and More Set for 'In Performance at the Kennedy Center' With Ballet Hispanico, 1/20 by BroadwayWorld

Ballet Hispanico will join other entertainers to headline 'In Performance at the Kennedy Center,' an event honoring the presidential inauguration and Latino arts and culture, on Sunday, Janu…

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Around the Broadway World: Regional Highlights for the Week of 1/7 by BroadwayWorld

It's Friday and that means another look back at the top regional stories of this past week Click below to see the most-read interviews, features, and special coverage items for the week of J…

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Pine Top Smith, “Nobody Knows You When You’re Down and Out” by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Star of Vaudeville #422: Pine Top Smith (for more on him and his signature tune Pine Top’s Boogie Woogie go here). Here’s a more somber tune, the old blu…

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Review: The Other Place by Frank Scheck

The central character in Sharr White’s drama The Other Place is suffering the disorientating effects of a condition she’s self-diagnosed as brain cancer. Her helpless confusion i…

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Mamet, ‘Mousetrap’ among new shows in Seattle

Also on stage early in 2013: Jerick Hoffer in “Hedwig and the Angry Inch,” and just for kids, “Dot & Ziggy.”

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'Book of Mormon': an outrageous, but good-natured, trip from Utah to Africa | Theater review

"The Book of Mormon," the blockbuster musical comedy by the creators of "South Park," has arrived at Seattle's Paramount Theatre and lives up to its reputation for raunch and hilarity.

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Theater review: 'The Other Place' by Joe Dziemianowicz

In Sharr White’s curvy and compelling drama, “The Other Place,” Laurie Metcalf plays an addled neuroresearcher — and never leaves the stage. That’s worth noting, since the…

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New York plays and cabaret of note by Joe Dziemianowicz

“Spirits of Exit Eleven.” Through Feb. 2 at the Lion Theatre, 410 W. 42nd St. Pepperoni and pasties, anyone?

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Broadway's best letting loose at weekly 'Backstage' cabaret by Thomas Dworetzky

If you're like me, as the evening settles in for the long haul, the day's news of murders, mayhem and monetary crises can tinge the mood with bit of gloom. When that happens on a Tuesday abo…

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Sleeping Beauty – review by Judith Mackrell

Coliseum, LondonWhen, in 1950, Alicia Markova founded what would become English National Ballet, she not only ran the company, but was also its lead ballerina. So there's nothing new in Tama…

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The Prince and the Pauper – review by Lyn Gardner

Unicorn, LondonMark Twain's historical novel is no longer a staple of modern childhood. But his lively fantasy about two lookalike boys – Prince Edward, son and heir of an ailing Henry VII…

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Les Misérables - video review by Xan Brooks, Peter Bradshaw, Catherine Shoard, Henry Barnes, Elliot Smith, Phil Maynard

In an excerpt from this week's Guardian Film Show Xan Brooks and Catherine Shoard aim their muskets at Tom Hooper's adaptation of the hugely popular musical, while Peter Bradshaw mans the ba…

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Who'd have a career as a playwright? by Mark Lawson

From John Osborne to Howard Brenton, many fine playwrights have suffered periods of neglect – but, as Peter Nichols's resurgence shows, dramatic fortunes can rise as well as fallIt's notor…

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The Guardian Film Show: Les Misérables and Gangster Squad - video review by Xan Brooks, Peter Bradshaw, Catherine Shoard, Henry Barnes, Elliot Smith, Phil Maynard

Xan Brooks, Peter Bradshaw and Catherine Shoard review Les Misérables, Gangster Squad, What Richard Did and Jiro Dreams of SushiXan BrooksPeter BradshawCatherine ShoardHenry BarnesElliot Sm…

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The Rime of the Ancient Mariner – review by Lyn Gardner

Old Vic Tunnels, LondonFiona Shaw's solo performances of The Waste Land 15 years ago (reprised in 2010) were an extraordinary, spine-tingling experience. As she raised the ghosts of TS Eliot…

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Resolution! 2013 – review by Sanjoy Roy

The Place, LondonIf it's new year, it's time for Resolution!, the Place's platform for new works by novice choreographers. Artists ranging from Wayne McGregor to Tino Sehgal took their first…

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Les Miserables – review by Peter Bradshaw

Tom Hooper's film is a colossal effort – after 158 minutes, you really have experienced something. It's just not clear whatLike a diabolically potent combination of Lionel Bart and Leni Ri…

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Time Out sells Whatsonstage website after less than a year by Matt Trueman

Theatre and ticketing website bought by New York-based Theatremania.com after year of ownership by Time Out GroupTheatre news and ticketing website Whatsonstage.com has been bought by the Ne…

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I WANT TO GIVE LES MIS OSCARS THAT DON'T EXIST by Jaye Hunt

Some members of the Les Mis cast and crew are going to go undeservedly unrecognized at the Oscars simply because their categories don't exist. By Jaye Hunt, hopefully the future president of…

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A London Farce Beaming to a Theater Near You

John Lithgow stars in the National Theatre’s “The Magistrate,” which can be seen live Thursday in cinemas through the U.S. and U.K.

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The Nine Lives of 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof'

The classic Tennessee Williams play, being revived again on Broadway, has sparked controversy over the years as directors and the playwright himself tweaked parts of it.

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Inside Broadway and 'Annie' Give Back to Schoolchildren

Most theater aficionados can recall with delight their first theater experience—and on Jan. 24, Broadway’s Palace Theatre will be filled with more than 2,500 New York City public…

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Fuse Video Game Review: Playing the “Ace of Spades” by Arts Fuse Editor

"Ace of Spades" is pure fun to play, but I'm not sure smashing two games together qualifies as innovation.

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Review: Metcalf sparkles in B'way's 'Other Place' by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- The first sign that things may not be what they seem in "The Other Place" appears on page 4 of Sharr White's script: The whip-smart scientist at the story's heart has co…

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Casting Announced for Before the Party at London's Almeida Theatre by Mark Shenton

Full casting has been announced for a new production of Rodney Ackland's Before the Party that begins performances at London's Almeida Theatre March 21, prior to an official opening …

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Full Cast Announced for World Premiere of John Logan's Peter and Alice, Starring Judi Dench by Mark Shenton

The full cast has been announced for the world premiere of John Logan's Peter and Alice, beginning performances March 9 prior to an official opening March 25.

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Christopher Fitzgerald Will Play Barnum at Chichester Festival Theatre, Ahead of Possible West End Transfer by Mark Shenton

Broadway's Christopher Fitzgerald is to play the title role in a new U.K. production of Barnum, Cy Coleman, Michael Stewart and Mark Bramble's 1980 Broadway musical based on the life…

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New Play Developing For Quiara Alegria Hudes ("Water By the Spoonful") by Frank Rizzo

After Trilogy, A Departure for Pulitzer RecipientJust a few things that didnt make it to the main stiory of the "Water by the Spoonful" opening in New York earlier this week.

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Hamlet to be performed at of Rose Theatre Bankside for the first time in 400 years

Hamlet will be performed at the Rose Theatre, Bankside for the first time since 1594.

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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News: Cast: Meera Syal in Royal Court banking drama, Grandage's Alice, Bartlett's Bull

Whatsonstage.com Award winner Meera Syal is among the newly announced cast of If You Don't Let Us Dream, We Won't Let You Sleep at the Royal Court.Anders Lustgarten's play, which looks at th…

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Stars of Vaudeville # 567: Elfie Fay by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Elfie Fay (1879-1927). She was the daughter of Hugh Fay of the Irish comedy act of Barry and Fay. When he died, Elfie replaced him in the vaudeville act briefly form…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 08:50AM

Back to Play by Peter Filichia

Between Christmas and New Year's Day, critics are seldom if ever invited to see shows. Managements don't want to give away tickets that would otherwise be sold. After all, Christmas Week has…

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Fair Em, Union Theatre, London by Michael Coveney

Union Theatre, London: The Shakespeare Apocrypha - which are all about attribution, not authorship - include relatively well known titles like Sir John Oldcastle, or the Yorkshire Tragedy; b…

Linked From The Stage at 08:17AM

Cross Purpose, King's Head, London by Jonathan Lovett

King's Head, London: Ancient Greece meets malignant Gothic in Jamie Birkett's mesmeric performance as Martha in Camus' rarely performed play. Read the full review

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Paul Bridson Productions Showcase 2013 - Session One, Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester by Mark Ritchie

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester: Arriving in the nick of time after a massive motorway snarl-up is not the ideal way to kick-off showcase coverage duties, but compere Gary T Davies settled …

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Paul Bridson Productions Showcase 2013 - Session Two, Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester by Mark Ritchie

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester: Bookers reconvened in the comfortable and functional surroundings of the Grosvenor and it was singer Sharon Wallace who kicked things off. A Queen medley wa…

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Paul Bridson Productions Showcase 2013 - Session Three, Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester by Mark Ritchie

Grosvenor Pulford Hotel, Chester: As the ever jovial and industrious compere Gary T Davies welcomed bookers in song with a version of Billy Joel's My Life, the scene was set for what pr…

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Cross Purpose, King's Head Theatre, London

“I'd expected a welcome like the Prodigal Son's,” confesses Jan, the man who – in Camus' 1944 play Cross Purpose – returns home after twenty years of making his fortune abroad. But t…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - January 11, 2013

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on January 11 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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John Lloyd Young Returns to JERSEY BOYS Beginning Tonight! by BroadwayWorld

JERSEY BOYS, the Tony, Olivier and Grammy Award-winning Best Musical, is pleased to announce the return of John Lloyd Young who won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for his performan…

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Stars of Vaudeville # 565: Hamtree Harrington by Trav S.D.

 Today is the birthday of James Carl “Ham Tree” Harrington (1889-1956). Born in South Carolina, he ran off an joined a carnival in his adolesence, working in black vaudeville an…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 07:50AM

Stars of Vaudeville # 566: John Steel by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of John Steel (1895-1971), best known for having introduced Irving Berlin’s “A Pretty Girl is Like a Melody” in the Ziegfeld Follies of 1919. He’…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 07:50AM

Our Marians: Josie Weinberg & Tobi Baisburd of Bravo@KAT’s ‘The Music Man Jr.’ by Joel Markowitz by Joel Markowitz

Part One: Meet the cast of Bravo@KAT’s The Music Man Jr. Introducing our Marians: Josie Weinberg & Tobi Baisburd. Hi! My name is Josie Weinberg, I’m twelve years-old, and I …

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Everyman Theatre Announces Week of Grand Opening Celebrations-1/14-20/13 by Laura Weiss by Guest Author

Everyman Theatre is pleased to announce a week-long celebration for The Grand Opening of its new theatre at 315 West Fayette Street, in Baltimore, MD. The Grand Opening Week will take place …

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Production News: Owen Teale to star in new Royal Court theatre play A Time to Reap by Nicola Merrifield

Owen Teale has been cast in a new production at the Royal Court called A Time to Reap. Also appearing in the play will be Sinead Matthews and Max Bennett. A Time to Reap, which...

Linked From The Stage at 07:29AM

TV & radio reviews: TV review: Spies of Warsaw; Great Night Out; FIT by Harry Venning

Adapted by Dick Clement and Ian la Frenais from the Alan Furst novel, Spies of Warsaw is a two-part drama set in the espionage-riddled, pre-war Polish capital. David Tennant stars as French …

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Time Out Sells Whatsonstage.com To Theatermania

The Guardian (UK) 01/10/13

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Vicky Featherstone's Plans For The Royal Court Theatre

The Independent (UK) 01/08/13

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Cameron Mackintosh To Revive Two Of His Biggest Flops

The Guardian (UK) 01/09/13

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Ockham's Razor, Platform Theatre, London

Ockham’s Razor’s aerial performance on the opening night of London International Mime Festival sets out to explore the idea of being lost and visual tales about trust and identity are th…

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Resolution! The Place, London

While Britain makes plans to eat more salad and go to the gym, The Place’s Resolution! season puts more new dance on stage. Run since 1990, it has become the world’s biggest platform for…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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News: Nigel Planer joins cast of Charlie & The Chocolate Factory

Further casting has been announced for the new musical adaptation of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which opens on 25 June 2013 (previews from 18 May) at the West End's Theatre Royal Dru…

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Gossip: Cameron Mackintosh finds lead for Chichester Barnum?

Cameron Mackintosh has reportedly cast American actor Christopher Fitzgerald to play the title role in his forthcoming revival of Barnum, which premieres at Chichester later this year ahead …

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:47AM

Review: Fair Em *

No-one believes that Shakespeare wrote anything at all of Fair Em, the Miller’s Daughter of Manchester, although it was once thought he might have played William the Conqueror; so Jack…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:47AM

Blog: Michael Coveney: Musical misery divides glum critics all over again

"If I was the RSC I'd forget about a West End transfer and settle for a made-for-TV miniseries instead." That was Lyn Gardner writing in the long defunct magazine City Limits after the openi…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:47AM
Friday, January 11, 2013 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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News: Plays cast: Almeida's Before the Party & Court's Time to Reap

Casting has been announced for Matthew Dunster's rare revival of Rodney Ackland’s Before The Party. at the Almeida Theatre, which runs from 28 March to 11 May (previews from 21 March).…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 04:46AM

News: Warning for theatre bodies over new charity rules by Nicola Merrifield

Industry figures have warned that new legislation for organisations wishing to register as charities will cause delays in gaining funding and “widespread confusion” for arts bodies that …

Linked From The Stage at 04:27AM

Production News: Nigel Planer joins the cast of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Matthew Hemley

Nigel Planer has been cast as Grandpa Jo in the new musical version of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Planer, best known for playing Neil in The Young Ones, has previously appeared in We…

Linked From The Stage at 04:27AM

NY1 Theater Review: "The Other Place"

She is still best known to many for her three-time Emmy-winning work on the TV series "Roseanne," but Laurie Metcalf is also a celebrated veteran of the stage, and now she is back …

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Clive Carter, Nigel Planer and More Will Join Douglas Hodge in World Premiere of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Musical by Mark Shenton

Further casting has been announced for the West End world premiere of Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, which begins performances May 18 prior to an official opening June 2…

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Royal Opera announces series of commissions

LONDON (AP) — The Royal Opera has commissioned Thomas Ades to compose an opera based on the Luis Bunuel film "The Exterminating Angel."

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Review: Metcalf sparkles in B'way's 'Other Place'

NEW YORK (AP) — The first sign that things may not be what they seem in "The Other Place" appears on page 4 of Sharr White's script: The whip-smart scientist at the story's heart has confu…

Linked From Boston Globe at 03:25AM

Shattered Globe Theatre Presents HAPPY NOW? By Lucinda Coxon- January 24 – March 2, 2013 by Michael Roberts

Shattered Globe Theatre continues its 2012/13 Season with the dark comedy HAPPY NOW? by Lucinda Coxon, directed by Artistic Director Roger Smart, playing January 24 – March 2, 2013 …

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TV ONE PREMIERES ORIGINAL COMEDY SERIES BELLE’S FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 2013 AT 10:00 PM EST by Michael Roberts

A heaping order of family and laughter are on the menu when TV One premieres its latest original scripted series Belle’s, a new comedy centered around widower William “Big Bill̶…

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Theater review: The Kennedy charm and lonesome whistle of loss captured in "RFK" by Lisa Kennedy

In the one-man show "RFK — A Portrait of Robert Kennedy," Sen. Bobby Kennedy takes a moment to share his pleasure in a train tour he's taking around California during the 1968 Democr…

Linked From Denver Post at 02:45AM

PHOTO CALL: The Other Place, With Laurie Metcalf, Opens on Broadway; Red Carpet Arrivals by Matthew Blank

The Broadway premiere of The Other Place, Sharr White's mysterious play about a medical researcher whose health, homelife and workplace are shaken, featuring Laurie Metcalf, reprising he…

Linked From Playbill at 02:26AM

Robert Cushman: Next Stage exposes one of Toronto’s best young actresses by Robert Cushman

Two stories, or rather two chapters of the same story, get juxtaposed in Natasha Greenblatt’s The Peace Maker, at the Next Stage Theatre Festival in Toronto.

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Friday, January 11, 2013 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Theater Review: The Other Place

Laurie Metcalf, never better.-- Delivered by Feed43 service

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Review: Memphis (Marcus Center for the Arts, Milwaukee) by Scotty Zacher

Director Christopher Ashley understands what makes Memphis shine, and that’s the singing and dancing. He keeps the show moving amid David Gallo’s smartly designed set of subterranean clu…

Linked From Chicago Theater Beat at 01:34AM

Sprechen sie Deutches, baby? by Starr

I'm a decent Beck fan. "Loser" was my first introduction after a friend saw the video on MTV. Later that same friend drew "Soy un Perdedor" on a piece of paper that I tacked to the door of m…

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‘Lucky’ poster tomfoolery by Michael Riedel

What do you do when you have a star who should be selling like hot cakes selling like lukewarm cakes? Scream at the people who designed the poster! I’m told there’s been some shouting ma…

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Metcalf’s mesmerizing in a dark ‘Place’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

‘The Other Place” is billed as “a riveting new thriller.” That’s putting it loosely. The play is less riveting than it is reasonably engaging. It’s not entirely new, either, hav…

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Marlon Wayans on How to Scream (Like a Woman) by Young Hollywood

Marlon Wayans on How to Scream (Like a Woman) The always hilarious Marlon Wayans drops by the Studio, and, just like his movies, nothing is off-limits! The 'A Haunted House' co-writer and st…

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Anna Torv on the "Fringe" Series Finale by Young Hollywood

Anna Torv on the "Fringe" Series Finale Talented Aussie beauty Anna Torv drops by the Studio, fresh from taping the very last episode of Fox's sci-fi hit series, "Fringe"! She tells us all a…

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My Place, Your Place, or “The Other Place?” by Matthew Wexler

“The Other Place,” Sharr White’s brainy drama that opened last night at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, begins before the house lights go dim with Laurie Metcalf sitting center stage. …

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Jonathan C. Kaplan, Andre Ward, and More Take Part in Boy Band Musical- PLOP Today by BroadwayWorld

Canton Theatrical will present two staged presentations of PLOP, the all-new boy band musical about the meteoric rise of the super groups and pop princesses of the 1990s. Set against the bac…

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Bowman Wright and Joaquina Kalukango to Star in Alley Theatre's THE MOUNTAINTOP in Houston, Now thru 2/3 by BroadwayWorld

The Alley Theatre's production of Katori Hall's The Mountaintop, produced in association with Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater in Washington D.C., will feature Bowman Wrig…

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PLAYBILL VAULT'S Today In Theatre History: JANUARY 11 by David Gewirtzman and Robert Viagas, Christopher Reichheld and Anne Bradley

1899 "I would rather play Ibsen than eat — and that's often what it amounts to," said Eva Le Gallienne, born in London today. Her determination and drive will lead her to a st…

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Jeff Talbott's The Submission Premieres in Houston, TX, Jan. 11 by Adam Hetrick

Jeff Talbott's racially charged dark comedy The Submission, about a playwright who gambles his own identity in order to score the break of a lifetime, receives its Texas premiere Jan. 11…

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Tony Winner John Lloyd Young Returns to Broadway's Jersey Boys Jan. 11 by Andrew Gans

John Lloyd Young, who won a Tony Award for Best Actor in a Musical for creating the role of Frankie Valli in Broadway's Jersey Boys, plays another limited return engagement in that Tony-…

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DIVA TALK: Chatting With Bare Star Missi Pyle by Andrew Gans

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

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Bowman Wright and Joaquina Kalukango Scale The Mountaintop at the Alley Theatre by Adam Hetrick

Bowman Wright and Joaquina Kalukango co-star in Katori Hall's Olivier Award-winning play The Mountaintop, which begins performances Jan. 11 at the Alley Theatre in Houston, TX.

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They Can't Stop the Beat: Beth Leavel, Paul Vogt, Nick Adams, Marissa Perry, John Waters Star in Hairspray: In Concert! by Andrew Gans

Hairspray: In Concert! makes its premiere Jan. 11-13 with the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra followed by an engagement with the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra Jan. 24-27. Principal Pops Condu…

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50 Shades! The Musical, Based on Best-Selling Book Series, Receives New York Premiere Jan. 11-12 by Michael Gioia

The original parody 50 Shades! The Musical, which has been seen in Chicago and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, makes its New York premiere Jan. 11-12 at the Gramercy Theatre.

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Manhattan Industry Readings of Plop, Boy Band Musical With Music by Bare's Damon Intrabartolo, Offered Jan. 11 by Michael Gioia

Canton Theatrical presents two industry staged readings of Plop, the new boy-band musical about the rapid rise of the super groups of the 1990s that features a score by Bare composer Damon I…

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Two For the Couch: Judd Hirsch and Tom Cavanagh Star in L.A.-Area Freud's Last Session, Starting Jan. 11 by Kenneth Jones

Mark St. Germain's two-character play Freud's Last Session begins a Los Angeles run Jan. 11 with its starriest cast yet — two-time Tony Award winner Judd Hirsch as Sigmund…

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Bethany, a New Play Starring America Ferrera as a Woman on the Edge, Begins in NYC Jan. 11 by Kenneth Jones

Women's Project Theater's world premiere of Laura Marks' dark comedy Bethany, starring America Ferrera, Emily Ackerman, Kristin Griffith, Ken Marks, Tobias Segal and Myra Lucreti…

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Pioneer Theatre Company's Philadelphia Story, With Todd Gearhart, Todd Lawson and More, Begins Jan. 11 by Michael Gioia

The Pioneer Theatre Company presents Philip Barry's romantic comedy The Philadelphia Story beginning Jan. 11 at the Simmons Pioneer Memorial Theatre in Salt Lake City.

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SpeakEasy's Other Desert Cities, With Nancy E. Carroll and Munson Hicks, Begins Jan. 11 in Boston by Michael Gioia

SpeakEasy Stage Company in Boston, MA, presents the New England premiere of Jon Robin Baitz's Other Desert Cities beginning Jan. 11, prior to an official opening Jan. 13, in the Virginia…

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Multi-Media, January 11, 2013 by The Charlebois Post

Sleep, My EnemyMike Birbiglia transforms his solo into a gemby Gaëtan L. CharleboisI am an unabashed fan of everything Mike Birbilia does. I even think his Twitter feed is brilliant.I was i…

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