Monday, July 22, 2013 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Hottest Articles on BWW from Monday, Jul. 22

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from Monday, July 22, 2013.

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Fire Island Dance Festival 2013 Raises Record $394K for Dancers Responding to AIDS by BroadwayWorld

Internationally recognized dance companies and fast-rising choreographers shared the picturesque stage of the 19th annual edition of Fire Island Dance Festival on July 19-21, raising a recor…

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Stuff To Ponder: Subscriber Rush Tickets by Joe Patti

Since I have started a new job I am in the process of evaluating every document, process and interaction my organization undertakes. One of those areas is customer service, of course. For th…

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Regional Theater Review: KING LEAR (Oregon Shakespeare Festival) by Patricia Schaefer

LEAR AND HUNGRY TIMES With only a small caramel as dinner, I was concerned about the three-hour running time of director Bill Rauch’s contemporary adaptation of King Lear at Oregon Shakesp…

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Burning up the Tango Floor by Diane Snyder

Forever Tango...whether you see that as a promise or a threat all depends on your affinity for the hot Latin dance and those who perform it. Mine wasn't strong enough to be sustained by this…

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Spike Lee Opens Up on Why He Turned to Kickstarter (Exclusive) by Scott Foundas

“Here’s the thing: I’ve always been a hybrid,” a jovial Spike Lee said on Monday afternoon in his office at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts, hours after the launch of his Kickstarte…

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Volleygirls by Theasy.com

Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center, NYMF, Off Off Broadway By Bradley Troll BOTTOM LINE: Glee and humor pervade is this catchy gem of a musical. Englis…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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VOLLEYGIRLS at NYMF by Sarah B. Roberts

I got on the ball to catch VOLLEYGIRLS at the New York Musical Theatre Festival on Saturday.  I felt like I was at the gym with all of the fans cheering on the team in their champi…

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TT: Q & A

Gotham Books, the publishers of Duke: A Life of Duke Ellington, sent me some questions a few months ago for...

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Theater Review: ‘Handbook for an American Revolutionary’ Is a One-Man Show by Neil Genzlinger

Matthew-Lee Erlbach portrays a dozen characters, from a migrant worker to a white supremacist, in his one-man show, “Handbook for an American Revolutionary.”    

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Reviews: Handbook for an American Revolutionary by Hayley Levitt

Matthew-Lee Erlbach joins the ranks of this year's great solo performances with his new show, Handbook for an American Revolutionary, now enjoying an off-Broadway world premiere at the downt…

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Review: Ghost Dad (Public House Theatre) by Scotty Zacher

The Ghost Men execute a solid concept quite well. Ghost Dad is a fun and unique take on Shakespeare's Hamlet that is well worth the minimal time investment. (read more...)

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Joy Fear and Poetry by Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

As part of the next instalment in La Boite’s Indie season, we were treated to a first a performance where all the actors were under twelve years old. Joy Fear and Poetry, directed by PhD c…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Rapture’ revisits struggle to have it all

A review of “Rapture, Blister, Burn,” Gina Gionfriddo’s 2012 comedy about the continuing evolution of feminism, at ACT Theatre through Aug. 11, 2013.

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L.A.'s Shakespeare Center sets stage for military veterans' success by Dana Ferguson

An employment outreach program of the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles aims to help veterans readjust to civilian life.Fifteen years ago former Pfc. and military police officer Jerry Whites…

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The Phantom Of The Opera comes to Adelaide by Chris Daniels

The Phantom of the Opera is one of the world’s most enduring contemporary contemporary musicals and from 2013 it has extended its reach. Performance rights were made available to amateur …

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Review: Killing Angela (Viable Theater) by Scotty Zacher

This play has an inherently captivating premise, but the motives underlying the characters' actions need to be explored and espoused in more detail. An edit to the script, with an aim to tig…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Pygmalion *** by Barry

                         By: David ShewardRobert Sean Leonard, Heather LindAnyone who has ever seen the film My Fair Lady with Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn-or a hi…

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Tony Nominee Rory O'Malley Announces Engagement by Carey Purcell

Tony nominee Rory O'Malley (The Book of Mormon) got engaged to his partner Gerold Schroeder.

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Simply Red: Backstage at Annie with Lilla Crawford, Episode 7: Meet the Newest Orphans by Broadway.com

This week Annie headliner Lilla Crawford shows fans how she combats NYC's heat wave and introduces viewers to the new actresses about to join the award-winning revival.

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PATTI MURIN'S LABOUR'S OF LOVE by Hannah Barrett

As Kate Middleton's labor ends, Patti Murin's Labour's are about to begin. Starting tomorrow, you can see Patti in the musical adaptation of Shakespeare's comedy Love's Labour…

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Game Changer: Independent Music Theatre to take over Darlinghurst by Cassie Tongue

Musical theatre and cabaret has a new home. Sydney’s Potts Point is set to explode as a major player when the brand-new Independent Music Theatre (IMT) takes over the stage of the Reginal…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Shorter 'Shrek' is still long on talent by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: 'Shrek The Musical' at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★½ THEATER REVIEW: 'Shrek The Musical' at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★½ ... Has Rachel Rockwe…

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Australian Musical Theatre’s Got Talent by AussieTheatre

This article came across the AussieTheatre news desk this morning from the blog Robojustice Superfighter. It poses questions about casting practices in Australian musical theatre productions…

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Levi Kreis: No Holds Barred by Freddie Rodriguez

In this interview, Levi Kreis discusses his sobriety, being an Ton Award Winner, KickStarter campaigns, and his latest release, Imagine Paradise.

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Broadway Box Office: ‘Annie’ Slide Shows Jane Lynch’s Might by Gordon Cox

How much of a boost did Jane Lynch give to the box office at the revival of “Annie” on Broadway? About $175,000 a week, to judge from last week’s Rialto B.O. charts. “Glee” star Ly…

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San Francisco Theater Preview: CAMELOT (San Francisco Playhouse) by Tony Frankel

IT’S TIME FOR A LITTLE HAPPY EVER-AFTERING As San Francisco Playhouse opens a promising and highly anticipated rendition of Camelot this week, I am reminded of T. H. White’s The Once and…

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ABC Family Cancels ‘Bunheads’ by Aj Marechal

ABC Family has decided to not renew “Bunheads” for a second season, after its first run failed to draw significant viewership for the Disney-owned cable net. The ballerina dramed…

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A Farcical Masterpiece – The Explorers Club by Suzanna Bowling

A Farcical Masterpiece – The Explorers Club: Manhattan Theater Club's The Explorers Club is the funniest new comedy around.

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ABC Family 'Bunheads' Cancelled 5 Months After End Of Season 1 by Nellie Andreeva

Five months after the first season of ABC Family‘s Bunheads ended its run, the cable network has officially decided not to order a second season. “Bunheads is a wonderful series that we …

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Review: Blood Wedding (Pursuit Productions) by Scotty Zacher

Federico Garcia Lorca is a perfect choice for Pursuit’s brand of eclectic mingling, with his freewheeling mixture of prose and poetry, naturalism and symbolism that harken back to Greek tr…

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The return of South Pacific by Benjamin Neutze

Last month, AussieTheatre attended an exclusive lunch with Lisa McCune, Christine Anu and Gyton Grantley, hosted by Opera Australia to celebrate the return of South Pacific to the Sydney Ope…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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First Nighter: Joe Orton's Astute Loot, Matthew-Lee Erlbach's Probing Handbook by David Finkle

Can it be that one of the funniest and one of the most anarchic comic writers of the 20th century, a true member of the exclusive Sui Generis Club, is already forgotten? Not at the Westport …

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Broadway’s ‘Romeo and Juliet’ Box Office Opens And Student Ticket Program Launches by Broadway's Best Shows

Richard Rodgers Theatre “The Richard Rodgers Theatre Box Office (226 West 46th Street) opens today at 10:00am EST for the new Broadway production of Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, s…

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Brad Dourif on Going Insane with Amanda Plummer in Tennessee Williams' The Two-Character Play by Broadway.com

Brad Dourif and Amanda Plummer star in Tennessee Williams’ rarely performed drama The Two-Character Play. Find out from Dourif why this unorthodox play is a can’t-miss dive into …

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Viva la Revolucion! Check Out Photos of Matthew-Lee Erlbach in Handbook for an American Revolutionary by Broadway.com

Playwright and actor Matthew-Lee Erlbach is opening minds, educating the masses and inciting a revolution downtown in his world premiere solo play Handbook for an American Revolutionary. Th…

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Take Off Your Dancing Shoes! ABC Family Cancels Bunheads, Starring Sutton Foster by Lindsay Champion

Well, the good news is that two-time Tony winner Sutton Foster finally has time to come back to Broadway. The bad news? TV’s Bunheads, starring Foster as a Las Vegas showgirl who becom…

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Bet Your Bottom Dollar That Tomorrow...We’ll Get the Lyrics Right? See NYC Tourists Test Their Show Tune Knowledge by Broadway.com

Show tunes are known for being catchy, but how well do fans really know the words? We quizzed theatergoers in Times Square to see if they could fill in the blanks to Broadway’s (allege…

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How I Spent My Summer Vacation — in West Virginia Seeing LA Plays by Don Shirley

Of the five plays in the 2013 Contemporary American Theater Festival in West Virginia, two are set in LA and a third has an LA scene.

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Shakespeare's 'Timon' misses its mark

Despite a couple of persuasive performances, a confusing production slips from the start.

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Review: (Winnipeg) Serving Bait to Rich People by The Charlebois Post

Undercookedby Edgar Governo@pseudohistorianThe problem with phrasing material in a show as advice is that it can create an adversarial relationship with the audience--no matter how much trut…

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TT: Almanac

"That first night we attended Sweet Charity, which was the first time I ever saw Gwen Verdon live, and the...

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TT: Lookback

From 2004: I do think, however, that under the aspect of modernism, we're taught to distrust happiness, at least as...

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Theater Review: ‘rogerandtom’ by Julien Schwab, at Here Arts Center by Daniel M. Gold

Metatheatrical techniques pepper the comedy “rogerandtom” and add to its mystical feeling.    

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Harbor Lights Takes Root on Staten Island by Laura Collins-Hughes

The Harbor Lights Theater Company is trying to make theater on Staten Island more than an afterthought.    

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ArtsBeat: New York Musical Theater Festival Report: ‘Gary Goldfarb, Master Escapist’ by Anita Gates

The new musical is about an overweight Long Island teenager who dreams of becoming a renowned magician.    

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Johansson, Hiddleston & Stan Appear At Comic Con by Pat Cerasaro

BroadwayHollywood crossover superstars and Marvel universe superheroes Scarlett Johansson, Tom Hiddleston and Sebastian Stan took part in the annual geek-tastic conference held in LA, Comic …

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InDepth InterView Exclusive: Baillie Walsh Focuses In On SPRINGSTEEN & I Fathom Event, Plus Upcoming Projects & More by Pat Cerasaro

Today, BroadwayWorld presents an exclusive look behind the scenes at the innovative new Bruce Springsteen documentary SPRINGSTEEN amp I, presented by Fathom-equipped movie theaters nationwid…

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VIDEO: 'Live's Kelly Ripa Visits PIPPIN! by TV News Desk

On this morning's LIVE with Kelly and Michael, host Kelly Ripa looked for her Corner of the Sky with the cast of Pippin as part of the show's 'Broadway on LIVE' week. Check out the video bel…

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Val Kilmer to Star in CITIZEN TWAIN at Pasadena Playhouse, 8/21-24 by BroadwayWorld

The Pasadena Playhouse announced today that it will present Val Kilmer in CITIZEN TWAIN for a five-show limited engagement. Val Kilmer, famous for his portrayals of iconic characters such as…

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Review: Black Cat Cabaret at Cafe de Paris by Chloe Ravat

A fire-breathing hell pig, coked-up ballerinas and a stocky man miming furiously to Queen’s Don’t Stop Me Now. Just some of the acts in the Black Cat Cabaret, the ultimate definition of …

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Review: Girls Like That by Adam Bruce

It’s always exciting to see young people across the country perform, especially when it is in new work by upcoming writers. Canadian writer Evan Placey’s new play Girls Like That is no e…

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Review: Billy Budd by Amy Merrigan

Billy Budd is an stage adaption of the novella of the same name by Herman Melville (who is most famous for Moby Dick). Both book and play are the story of an innocent young sailor, William B…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Writers Announced For Broadway Bound ‘Magic Mike The Musical’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Producers Steven Soderbergh, Channing Tatum, Reid Carolin, Gregory Jacobs and Nick Wechsler announced that they have put a creative team in place to turn the hit stripper film ‘Magic M…

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PHOTO CALL: A First Look at Samantha Barks, Ashlee Simpson, Stephen Moyer, Lucy Lawless and Drew Carey in Rehearsal for Chicago by Matthew Blank

Pop singer Ashlee Simpson, who made her London and Broadway debuts as Roxie Hart in Chicago, will reprise her performance in the Hollywood Bowl production of that Tony-winning Kander and Ebb…

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ONSTAGE & BACKSTAGE: Biking With Audra McDonald, "From Broadway With Love" and SNL Stars Visit Unbroken Circle by Seth Rudetsky

A week in the life of actor, radio and TV host, music director and writer Seth Rudetsky. *

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Broadway's The Phantom of the Opera Sets Summer Cast Changes by Lindsay Champion

Marni Raab, who currently plays the Christine alternate in The Phantom of the Opera, will resume performances as the principal Christine beginning July 30. Raab succeeds current star Samanth…

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Will Anika Noni Rose & Sophie Okonedo Join Denzel Washington in A Raisin in the Sun on Broadway? by Ryan Gilbert

Are Tony winner Anika Noni Rose and Oscar nominee Sophie Okonedo moving into the Younger household? According to Showbiz411.com, the actresses may join Tony and Oscar winner Denzel Washingto…

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Broadway Grosses: The Lion King Rakes in $2.3 Million; Audiences Give Soul Doctor a Check-Up by Marc Snetiker

In the same week that the royal baby arrived, another royal was on top of the world—on Broadway! Perennial favorite The Lion King nabbed the top spot in this week’s grosses, with…

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Brad Dourif on Going Insane with Amanda Plummer and Channeling Tennessee Williams in The Two-Character Play by Broadway.com

Brad Dourif and Amanda Plummer star in Tennessee Williams’ rarely performed drama The Two-Character Play. Find out from Dourif why this unorthodox play is a can’t-miss dive into …

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Exclusive! Turn-Ons, Sexy Bodies & Ultimate Fantasies: The Hot Cast of It's Just Sex Confesses All | Broadway Buzz | Broadway.com by Josh Ferri

Los Angeles’ long-running comedy It’s Just Sex is spicing things up off-Broadway at the Actors Temple. The date-night comedy about three married couples that swap partners at a cocktail …

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Shakespeare & Co "None But the Lonely Heart: The Strange Story of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck" by Fred Sokol

"None But the Lonely Heart: The Strange Story of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck," is a lovely presentation which integrates chamber music, theater and dance.

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'Marry Harry' isn't worth the commitment by Frank Scheck

A romantic comedy that’s light on both romance and comedy, this New York Musical Theatre Festival offering concerns the travails of Little Harry (Robb Sapp), a chef who yearns to leave his…

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Dancing Outside Lincoln Center by Emeri Fetzer

Choreographer Mark Dendy’s latest work is a public affair While Mark Dendy is rehearsing dancers in Lincoln Center’s Hearst Plaza for his large-scale, site-specific dance work Ri…

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Mary Louise Parker Featured In New MCC Ad by Pat Cerasaro

Versatile stage and screen star Mary-Louise Parker returns to the theatre this season in the new drama THE SNOW GEESE, written by Sharr White and directed by Daniel Sullivan, and an ad boast…

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Marni Raab to Resume Role as 'Christine' in PHANTOM on 7/29; Hugh Panaro as 'Phantom' on 8/26 by BroadwayWorld

Principal cast changes have been announced for the Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, the longest-running show in Broadway history. Produced by Cameron Ma…

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BWW TV: Stephen Moyer, Samantha Barks, Ashlee Simpson, Brooke Shields & More Talk CHICAGO at the Hollywood Bowl! by Michael Sterling and Jerry Evans

The Hollywood Bowl's upcoming production of CHICAGO, the musical which holds the record as the third longest running show in Broadway history, will star Samantha Barks as Velma Kelly, Drew C…

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Sara Andreas, Christopher Rice and More Appear on THE ENSEMBLIST 'Swings' Episode by BroadwayWorld

Mo Brady The Addams Family, SMASH and Nikka Graff Lanzarone Chicago, Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown announce the release of The Ensemblist's third episode Swings.

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Photo Flash: James Franco, Bobby Cannavale, Kyra Sedgwick and More Attend CTG's A PARALLELOGRAM Opening by BroadwayWorld

A Parallelogram celebrated its opening night last night, Sunday, July 21, at the Mark Taper Forum. The play, by Bruce Norris, is directed by Anna D. Shapiro. Celebrities in attendance last n…

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 7/22/2013

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 7222013.

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Broadway Ticket Buying Guide: July 22-28 by BroadwayWorld

Welcome to BroadwayWorld's The Broadway Ticket Buying Guide. Below, you will find weekly updates on full priced tickets, discounts, availability for the hottest productions, and locations fo…

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Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons at Wolf Trap by Eric Denver by Eric Denver

With 100 million records sold by Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons (worldwide since its inception), this is the first time I was able to appreciate their music in-person. In 2009, I was in …

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AMERICAN THEATRE CRITICS ASSOCIATION ANNOUNCES NEW CHAIR JONATHAN ABARBANEL by Michael J. Roberts

The American Theatre Critic’s Association announces the election of veteran Chicago theater critic Jonathan Abarbanel as Chair of the American Theatre Critics Association, at the conclu…

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Standby by Theasy.com

Linney Courtyard Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center, NYMF, Off Off Broadway By Molly Marinik BOTTOM LINE: A sincere new rock musical about loving and living. Five indiv…

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Broadway Grosses* w/e 7/21/2013 by Producer

The following are the Broadway Grosses from the week ending July 21, 2013: Show Name GrossGross TotalAttn %Cap AvgPdAdm ANNIE $956,255 11,510 84.20% $83.08 CHICAGO $679,103 8,257 95.60% $82.…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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‘He somehow became the great champion of Canadian theatre’: A Q&A with Alon Nashman and Paul Thompson, creators of the Edinburgh Fringe-bound ‘H by David Rockne Corrigan

The play, created by Paul Thompson and Alon Nashman, played a successful run at the Stratford Festival last year, where the real-life John Hirsch was artistic director from 1981-1985.

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Brían F. O’Byrne and Debra Messing Will Star in John Patrick Shanley’s World Premiere of ‘Outside Mullingar’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Manhattan Theater Club artistic director Lynne Meadow and executive producer Barry Grove announced July 19 that the world premiere of Tony and Oscar winner John Patrick Shanley‘s Outsi…

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DANCING ON NAILS to Play Additional Preview Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

DANCING ON NAILS, a new play by Paul Manuel Kane, will play a special added preview performance tomorrow (Tuesday) at 8 PM at Theatre 80, located at 80 St. Marks Place (just west of First Av…

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Shameless self-promotion time: A review of "Hard Times" by Lizwollman

Hi:There will be more theater reviews from me in the coming weeks (whether you want them or not!). In the meantime, I wanted to share the fact that the American Music Review newsletter, whic…

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Tony Winner Rita Moreno Will Receive 50th SAG Life Achievement Award by Michael Gioia

Tony Award winner Rita Moreno has been named the 50th recipient of SAG-AFTRA's SAG Life Achievement Award, which will be presented at the 20th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards and simul…

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Broadway's Phantom of the Opera Announces Numerous Cast Changes; Hugh Panaro Returns in August by Andrew Gans

Principal cast changes have been announced for the Broadway production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera, the longest-running show in Broadway history.

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Tony Nominees Jeremy Jordan and Josh Young Will Join Lisa Brescia, Emma Hunton and More for Kerrigan-Lowdermilk NYMF Concerts by Michael Gioia

Tony Award nominees Jeremy Jordan (Newsies) and Josh Young (Jesus Christ Superstar) have joined the lineup of performers for the upcoming New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) concerts th…

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“One Night in Miami” – extended – Rogue Machine – Los Angeles theater review by Pauline Adamek

::STOP PRESS:: This marvelous play has been extended through August 18, 2013. Previously reviewed: It’s not every day you get to be heavyweight champion of the world—for a professional s…

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Harvey Fierstein Opens Up About His Fiery Op-Ed on Russia's Anti-Gay Campaign (Q&A) by Seth Abramovitch

The playwright and actor tells THR why he likens Putin to Hitler in the pages of The New York Times, and singles out Chris Christie and "Ender's Game" author Orson Scott Card for encouraging…

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Cherry Jones Set for BROADWAY TALKS WITH JORDAN ROTH, 10/27 by BroadwayWorld

92nd Street Y has announced that Jordan Roth, President of Jujamcyn Theaters, continues his popular interview series, Broadway Talks with Jordan Roth, with award winning stage and screen sta…

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 7/21/13

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 7212013.

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Charice Pempengco on Cory Monteith: "I Never Thanked Him Enough for Making Me Happy" by BroadwayWorld

The stars of FOX's GLEE have slowly been making individual statements regarding the death of their co-star, Cory Monteith's death. charice Pempengco, who played Sunshine Corazon in Season Tw…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 7/22 by BroadwayWorld

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS, part of our new Industry Insights section that will feature insider industry information, commentary and insights Read on f…

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Billy Magnussen In Talks to Play Rapunzel's Prince in INTO THE WOODS Film by Movies News Desk

According to Deadline, 2013 Tony nominee Billy Magnussen is in talks to play Rapunzel's Prince in Rob Marshall's film adaptation of Stephen Sondheim's musical INTO THE WOODS. Magnussen would…

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THE SECRET GARDEN to Get UK Concert in October by BroadwayWorld

The three-time Tony Award-winning musical THE SECRET GARDEN will be brought to life in an intimate concert staging to tour the UK from October 2013, it was announced today. Full listings att…

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Shirley MacLaine Backstage At KINKY BOOTS by Pat Cerasaro

Academy Award-winning stage and screen legend Shirley MacLaine stopped by the Al Hirschfeld Theatre to take in a performance of the 2013 Best Musical KINKY BOOTS this weekend and subsequentl…

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THE SPIDER to Make American Premiere at Fringe Festival, 8/9-16 by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League Executive Director, Gabriel Shanks, in conjunction with The Present Company, will present the American premiere of The Spider, the award-winning production from Bulgarian co…

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Cattrall & Company Switch Roles For Special SWEET BIRD by Pat Cerasaro

Internationally recognized stage and screen superstar Kim Cattrall and rising Broadway headliner Seth Numrich currently star in the West End in the rapturously received Old Vic production of…

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Broadway’s Sexiest Man Alive (2013); Voting Round 1 by BroadwaySpotted

    After last week’s nominations we’ve gathered up the sexy men that you believe are eligible for the title of 2013′s Broadway’s Sexiest Man Alive. Check …

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Special Reports: 8 American Showtunes Prince William and Kate Middleton Should Listen to With The Royal Baby by Editorial Staff

We here at TheaterMania were feeling a little outdone by WhatsonStage.com's lovely Shakespearean offering for the nearly existent royal baby. So, feeling a little awkward about not having of…

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita Wed by Andrew Gans

Stage and screen star Jesse Tyler Ferguson and lawyer Justin Mikita were married July 20 in New York City, according to ABC News.

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Broadway Talks with Jordan Roth Will Continue with Cherry Jones by Andrew Gans

92nd Street Y announced July 22 that Jordan Roth, president of Jujamcyn Theaters, will continue his interview series, Broadway Talks with Jordan Roth, in October.

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Tony Nominee Billy Magnussen in Talks for Into the Woods Film Adaptation by Michael Gioia and Adam Hetrick

Billy Magnussen, who was nominated for a 2013 Tony Award for his performance in Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike, is in talks to join the cast of the Walt Disney Pictures film adapta…

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Will Denzel Washington Star in Broadway Revival of A Raisin in the Sun? by Michael Gioia

Denzel Washington, who won the 2010 Tony Award for his performance in Fences, may reunite with Fences director and producer, Kenny Leon and Scott Rudin, respectively, for a Broadway revival …

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PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: "I'm Gonna Like It Here!" A Two-Show Day at Broadway's Annie With Jeremy Davis by Matthew Blank

A few months back, actor/photographer Jeremy Davis shared some intimate rehearsal and early-performance portraits from the revival of Annie. Now with the show in full swing, he returns to d…

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Prince Spike? Tony Nominee Billy Magnussen in Negotations to Join Into the Woods Movie by Josh Ferri

Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike Tony nominee Billy Magnussen is in final negoations to replace Jake Gyllenhaal in the big screen adaptation of Into the Woods, according to Deadline.com. …

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This Sunday *ONLY* Charles Gaines Ensemble featuring Wadada Leo Smith – Los Angeles concert report by Pauline Adamek

  This Sunday *ONLY* Charles Gaines Ensemble featuring Wadada Leo Smith Sunday, July 28, 2013 3pm MOCA Grand Avenue Ahmanson Auditorium MOCA presents a one-day-only performance by the C…

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I Interview Playwrights Part 599: Aurin Squire by Adam Szymkowicz

Aurin SquireHometown: Miami, Florida Current Town: Queens, NYQ: What are you working on now?A: I'm working on a lot of different small and large projects. I co-wrote a historical drama title…

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Cory Monteith's Final Film to Play at Toronto International Film Festival by Movies News Desk

According to The Hollywood Reporter, Cory Monteith's final film ALL THE WRONG REASONS, from director Gia Milani, will play at this year's Toronto International Film Festival.

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Photo Flash: First Look at NO MAN'S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT's Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart & More! by BroadwayWorld

Tickets to the limited season repertoire of Harold Pinter's NO MAN'S LAND and Samuel Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT, starring Ian McKellen,Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley direc…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Lindsay Pearce, Jonah Platt & More in Glorystruck's BARE by BroadwayWorld

Glorystruck productions will present the Los Angeles return of the Damon Intrabartolo-Jon Hartmere pop opera at the Hayworth Theatre in Downtown LA, September 5, 2013. Payson Lewis NBC's 'Th…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Cast of L.A.'s BARE - Lindsay Pearce, Payson Lewis, Jonah Platt & More! by BroadwayWorld

Glorystruck productions will present the Los Angeles return of the Damon Intrabartolo-Jon Hartmere pop opera at the Hayworth Theatre in Downtown LA, September 5, 2013. BroadwayWorld has a f…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Polly Carl shuts down free speech on HowlRound by Thomas Garvey

No cutting remarks allowed!Now I'm not going to say "I told you so."But read my lips.Back when Polly Carl was searching for potential critics to carry out her directive of "positive inquiry"…

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Bend In The Road

Bend In The Road, the new family musical currently playing at The Pearl Theatre as part of the New York Musical Theatre Festival, is based on Canadian author Lucy Maud Montgomery's 1908 best…

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God’s Country

It was the luck of the Irish that got my butt into a seat at The Linney Theater to see God’s Country in the 10th Annual New York Musical Theater Festival. Okay - maybe not so much luck as …

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Weekly Howl on hashtag #newplay: "Realism: Friend and Foe" by HowlRound

The Weekly Howl is a peer-produced, open-access discussion about theater culture and contemporary performance that happens in real-time on Twitter using the hashtag #newplay .* Join us Thurs…

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PHOTO CALL: Meet the Cast of the L.A. Return of Pop Opera Bare, Starring Lindsay Pearce, Payson Lewis and Jonah Platt by Matthew Blank

Stage and screen actors Payson Lewis (NBC's "The Sing Off", "Victorious"), Jonah Platt ("The Office") and Lindsay Pearce ("Glee", "The G…

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Ready, Set, Pounce! Cougar the Musical Celebrates One-Year Anniversary with Delicious Beefcake by Josh Ferri

The ladies of Cougar the Musical are getting quite a birthday gift: a brand-new piece of prey by the name of Andrew Brewer. The recent Indiana University grad joins the fun off-Broadway musi…

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Princess Grizabella or Prince Usnavi? 20 Royal Baby Names Inspired by Broadway by Marc Snetiker

Since the Duchess of Cambridge is in labor (or labour, if you're in the U.K.), the world is patiently, absurdly awaiting the arrival of the royal baby, but even more exciting than the ac…

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4TRAINS – an excerpt from Signaling Arcana by Christine Marie

A world transformed: Christine Marie's railroad-inspired, 3D stereoscopic shadow theater work, 4TRAINS (selected scenes from Signaling Arcana), at REDCAT NOW Fest.

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Capital Fringe Review: ‘Sesquicentennial – The Civil War Remembered’ with “Country Joe” Rosier-Part 2-Ulysses S. Grant’ by Yvonne French by Yvonne French

General Ulysses S. Grant returned to Washington on Sunday not seven blocks from where he was once turned away from the Willard Hotel when he was in town to visit President Abraham Lincoln. T…

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A forester's view on Timber! by Laura Barnett

This brilliant celebration of North America's lumberjack heritage taps cleverly into nostalgia for old-time skillsWhen it comes to lumberjacks, Monty Python has a lot to answer for. I've los…

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Jason Manford – review by Brian Logan

Assembly Halls, Tunbridge WellsIn fairness to Jason Manford, he told us it'd be trivial. The show is called First World Problems, after the popular Twitter hashtag for things that irk privil…

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Skintight – review by Lyn Gardner

Park, LondonBrutality and tenderness are strange but seductive bedfellows in Gary Henderson's two-hander, which evokes a loamy sense of place – New Zealand's Canterbury plains and surround…

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Bolshoi acid scandal: 'I'm just asking for proof' by Judith Mackrell

Scandal rocked the Bolshoi this year when its artistic director had acid thrown in his face. Nikolai Tsiskaridze, the troupe's recently sacked principal dancer, tells Judith Mackrell why he …

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From the archive: Burton and Taylor, private lives played out in public

As a new BBC4 drama examines the turbulent relationship between Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton, we take a look at how it played out in the pages of the Guardian and ObserverThough Eliza…

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MEGA STAGE TUBE: Meet the Cast & Creative Team of KING KONG! by Stage Tube

The new stage musical KING KONG recently opened at the Regent Theatre in Melbourne, Australia. As BroadwayWorld previously reported, the show is already casting its eye towards Broadway, wit…

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THE JUNGLE BOOK to Travel Overseas Before Broadway? by BroadwayWorld

Playing at 99 of capacity and poised to become the best selling musical in Goodman Theatre history, The Jungle Book recently extended by popular demand through August 18-marking the first ti…

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Review: The Boy Who Cried Wolf! (Bristol)

What could be finer than a perfect summer's evening in the centre of Bristol: blue skies, Mediterranean warmth, a few seagulls cawing overhead and the Bristol Old Vic's latest outdoor show, …

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Theatre Review: ‘Seussical Jr.’ at Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre by April Forrer

  Cockpit in Court Summer Theatre’s Royal Court Jesters production of Seussical Jr. is great fun to watch, and it looks as if the young cast has even more fun performing it.  Seussic…

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Teresa’s Weekly Update: Post-Verdict Edition by Teresa Eyring

Last week, the news of George Zimmerman’s acquittal in the trial for killing Trayvon Martin resulted in widespread shock and confusion about how our system could fail to deliver justic…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Glee Delays Season Premiere By Only One Week; Cory Monteith Tribute Planned for Episode Three by Hayley Levitt

Glee co-creator Ryan Murphy broke his silence since the July 13 death of series star Cory Monteith due to an overdose of heroin and alcohol. In an interview with TVLine.com, Murphy stated th…

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Theater News: Get Your First Look at Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, and the Suave Stars of Broadway's Waiting for Godot by David Gordon

Stage and screen titans Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart will star alongside Tony Award-winning Broadway favorites Shuler Hensley and Billy Crudup in a pair of legendary plays on Broadway th…

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PHOTO CALL: Robert Sean Leonard and Heather Lind Star in Pygmalion at Williamstown by Matthew Blank

The Williamstown Theatre Festival production of George Bernard Shaw's Pygmalion, starring Tony Award winner Robert Sean Leonard and Heather Lind, began performances July 17.

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Will Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming Bring Concert Act to Broadway? by Andrew Gans

Liza Minnelli, who won an Academy Award for her performance as Sally Bowles in the film version of Cabaret, and Alan Cumming, who won a Tony for his work as the Emcee in the Broadway revival…

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PHOTO CALL: Williamstown Kicks Off With Animal Crackers, Starring Joey Slotnick, Mara Davi, Adam Chanler-Berat and Renée Elise Goldsberry by Matthew Blank

The Williamstown Theatre Festival mainstage season opened June 26 with the slapstick musical comedy Animal Crackers, starring Brad Aldous, Joey Slotnick and Jonathan Brody.

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Adrienne Warren, Zak Resnick, Blake Daniel and More Will Sing Music of Joey Contreras at Rockwood Concert by Michael Gioia

Adrienne Warren, who starred in Broadway's Bring It On, and Zak Resnick, who currently stars in Broadway's Mamma Mia!, are among the performers who will debut new music from songwrit…

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PLAYBILL.COM'S BRIEF ENCOUNTER With Preston Whiteway, Executive Director of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center by Sophia Saifi

Playbill.com sits down with Preston Whiteway, the executive director of the Eugene O'Neill Theater Center. 

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Review: Shrek The Musical/Chicago Shakespeare Theater by Johnny Oleksinski

RECOMMENDED In the summer, while just about every other theater company is busy celebrating William Shakespeare, Chicago Shakespeare Theater, the bard’s local namesake, packs its Court…

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Weekend Poll Top Three: Fans Want to Go to the Big House with Roxie Hart, Clyde Barrow & More by Lindsay Champion

Ever since Orange Is the New Black hit our Nexflix instant stream, we haven’t been able to stop watching the dark and hilarious new TV series. We were so amused by our new favorite sho…

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Production News: Concert staging of The Secret Garden musical to tour the UK by Matthew Hemley

A concert staging of The Secret Garden musical will tour the UK from October. The tour will open at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre on October 11, before moving to the Fairfield Halls in Croydon, …

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Latitude theatre review: marquees and mash-ups

Dancing, dinosaurs and a Douglas Adams-style dystopia featured in this year's dramatic line-up – and Daniel Kitson was everywhereTheatre maker Caroline Horton is speaking through a headset…

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Kristin Chenoweth to Moderate AN EVENING WITH CAROL BURNETT Tonight; Tickets Sold Out! by BroadwayWorld

Broadway favorite Kristin Chenoweth will moderate AN EVENING WITH CAROL BURNETT on July 22 at the Leonard H. Goldenson Theatre in Los Angeles. The event was originally scheduled for last sum…

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What's Playing on Broadway July 22-28 by BroadwayWorld

This week is your last chance to catch Tony-winner Judith Light in The Assembled Parties at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. This Manhattan Theatre Club production will run through 728. There…

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Kristin Chenoweth Set for TLC's SAY YES TO THE DRESS, 8/16 by TV News Desk

Deadline reports that Kristin Chenoweth will appear on the 10th season premiere of the TLC bridal series SAY YES TO THE DRESS. The show will air on Friday, August 16th at 98c.

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STAGE TUBE: John Bolton and More in Ogunquit's YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN by Stage Tube

The Ogunquit Playhouse presents John Bolton in the role of Dr. Frederick Frankenstein in this summer's production of Mel Brooks' hysterical musical comedy Young Frankenstein, on stage July 1…

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THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES Enters Final Week of Performances on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

Manhattan Theatre Club's acclaimed production of Richard Greenberg's THE ASSEMBLED PARTIES begins its final performances at MTC's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre 261 West 47th Street. Directed by…

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Mandy Gonzalez & Jeremiah James Set for Ocean City Pops' BROADWAY A-Z, 7/23 by BroadwayWorld

Featuring songs from Showboat, Les Miserables, Guys and Dolls, The King and I, Peter Pan, Rent, West Side Story, La Cage Aux Folles, Cabaret and The Music Man, Ocean City Pops presents BROAD…

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Theatre Review: ‘Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah’ at the Contemporary American Theatre Festival in Shepherdstown, West Virginia by Robert Michael Oliver

Mark St. Germain’s world premiere of Scott and Hem in the Garden of Allah is an emotionally taut, funny drama about two of America’s most famous, and important, literary figures, F. Sc…

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The Explorers Club **** by Barry

                         By: David ShewardLorenzo Pisoni, Carson Elrod, Jennifer WestfeldtMix a dash of Oscar Wilde with a generous serving of the Marx Brothers, sti…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Shirley Jones offers naked truth in new book by Lynn Elber

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Shirley Jones opens the door to her house and appears every inch the ladylike Marian the librarian or sweet farm girl Laurey or cheerfully steady Mrs. Partridge, offe…

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Features: Edinburgh 2013: Our top picks for the Fringe and EIF

'STRAIGHT' PLAYS An Actor's Lament The inimitable Steven Berkoff stars in his new play, about the "frustration and madness" of life as an actor. Written in verse, the three-hande…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Happy Birthday, Alan Menken (Video) by Playbill Staff

Alan Menken, who won the 2012 Tony Award for the Best Original Score of Broadway's Newsies, celebrates his birthday July 22. Playbill.com looks back at his career with clips from his mus…

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Broadway Ballyhoo by Barry

Siegel Entertainment's Broadway Ballyhoo Returns for Weekly Run at Laurie Beechman                                 By: Ellis NassourAfter much too long an abs…

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Billy Porter Wigs Out with Rock Star Alice Cooper Backstage at Kinky Boots by Bruce Glikas

It’s “no more Mr. Nice Guy” for Tony winner Billy Porter. After Kinky Boots July 21 matinee, the former Broadway.com video blogger rocked out backstage at the Al Hirschfeld…

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Will Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming's Perfectly Marvelous Concert Hit Broadway? by Broadway.com

Broadway besties Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming have already crooned together in concert, but could the dynamic duo bring their show to Broadway? That’s the latest rumor, according to …

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Glee Plans Tribute Episode for Cory Monteith; Season Five Details Announced by Josh Ferri

Ryan Murphy reveals how Glee will handle the death of one of its original stars, Cory Monteith. According to co-creator Ryan Murphy’s interview with TVLine.com, Glee will return o…

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What Inspired You to Work in Dance? by The New York Times

If you have a job that revolves around dance, we want to hear about the piece or performance that inspired you to dedicate your career to the art form.

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DANCING ON NAILS Announces Student Rush Policy by BroadwayWorld

The producers of DANCING ON NAILS, currently in previews with the Opening Night set for this Wednesday, July 24th, have instituted a student rush policy. $20 student tickets are now availabl…

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Monkeying Around Backstage at Monkey: Journey to the West

Conceived of, written and directed by Chen Shi-Zheng and with music by Damon Albarn (best known for his work with the Gorillaz musical collective), Monkey: Journey to the West is based on an…

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How to set up your first theatre company – live chat by Matthew Caines

Join us from noon on Friday 26 July to talk founding a theatre company – from structure and funding to logos and namesThey say if you can't beat them, join them. And there's a similar sayi…

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Fringe Review: ‘Moths’ by Rebecca Wyrick

Stephen Notes’ Moths, now playing at the Capital Fringe Festival and directed by Roma Rogers, is an exercise in self-expression masquerading as play about insects. Or rather, people who ma…

Linked From Maryland Theatre Guide at 12:24PM

Broadway heats up. The Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

Several new shows for Broadway were announced this past week, and new roles on Broadway for Jeff Goldblum, Debra Messing, Fantasia Barrino, Anne-Marie Duff, Idina Menzel. There was even news…

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Jeremy Jordan, Josh Young & More Join Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Concert at NYMF, 7/25 by BroadwayWorld

Following the release of their sophomore album Kerrigan-Lowdermilk Live, Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk are going back to their roots with two live concerts on July 25 at 6 amp 9pm at th…

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NOBODY LOVES YOU's Rory O'Malley Gets Engaged to Gerold Schroeder! by BroadwayWorld

According to his Facebook page, Rory O'Malley, who is currently starring in Second Stage's Nobody Loves You, got engaged to Gerold Schroeder over the weekend. He writes 'Last night, the love…

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Tickets Now Available for NO MAN'S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT by BroadwayWorld

Tickets to the limited season repertoire of Harold Pinter's NO MAN'S LAND and Samuel Beckett's WAITING FOR GODOT, starring Ian McKellen,Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley direc…

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Company Manager – Cedar Lake by Producer

WHO: Cedar Lake POSITION: Company Manager DESCRIPTION: Cedar Lake is a 16-member dance company, based in Chelsea. Company performs one New York season and tours 15+ weeks per year. Company …

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Episode 116 - David Alan Thornton by Joel B. New

JBN sits down with singer-songwriter David Alan Thornton (www.davidalanthornton.com). A frequenter of the Path Café and Rockwood Music Hall, Mr. Thornton has produced, written for, and perf…

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Episode 16 - David Alan Thornton by Joel B. New

JBN sits down with singer-songwriter David Alan Thornton (www.davidalanthornton.com). A frequenter of the Path Café and Rockwood Music Hall, Mr. Thornton has produced, written for, and perf…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Photos from Fringe: Week Two by Hunter Styles

DC Theatre Scene photographer Ryan Maxwell is back for week two of the festival, and we’ve got some of his favorite photos from Fort Fringe over the past few days with this new additio…

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Four Women by Carly J. Bales

“What do they call me?” Nina Simone asked. “What should they call me?” asks Wild Women Theatre in Four Women, their multidisciplinary exploration of black identity an…

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Features: Edinburgh Festivals - Key Dates 2013

1 August 2013 - Start of Edinburgh Art Festival, featuring over 45 exhibitions at galleries, museums and artist-run spaces 2 August 2013 - Start of Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the world's la…

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Theatre News: Mike Noble leads new West End cast of NT's Curious Incident

A new cast has been announced for the National Theatre's multi award-winning adaptation of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, which continues its run at the West End's Apollo…

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Features: WhatsOnStage's Edinburgh Fringe survival guide

Plan ahead It sounds obvious, but at the world's largest arts festival, forward planning is of the essence. Order the 390-page Fringe Programme in advance (or view it online) and try to boo…

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It takes a lot of time and effort to deliver nothin’ but a good time by Broadway Direct

Just ask producer Matt Weaver and Broadway star Adam Dannheisser. Between the two of them, they have devoted more than 12 years of their lives to Rock of Ages, one of Broadway’s unlike…

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Rolling in the Dough with...Sarah Lusche by Michael Block

Name: Sarah Lusche  Hometown: Auburn, AlabamaWho do you play in Serious Money?: Lady Vere, Melissa, and a trader, of courseTell us about Serious Money: Serious Money is a sharp, wi…

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Broadway Cocktails and Mocktails by Broadway Direct

Tim Federle has worn a number of hats: author, Broadway performer, choreographer, web columnist, polar bear, and many others, not one of which has involved actually wearing a hat. One of his…

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Win Tickets to First Date on Broadway by Broadway Direct

Let's face it - dating's tough. Win two tickets to First Date on Broadway and make date night a whole lot easier.

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“Buyer and Cellar” Star Michael Urie Talks Babs & Betty by Tom Mizer

Michael Urie is a diva. Or at least he plays a diva, among many other characters, in the critically-acclaimed one-man show Buyer and Cellar. Though perhaps best known for his slyly camp work…

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Photo Flash: Handbook for an American Revolutionary, Written by and Starring Matthew-Lee Erlbach, Opens Off-Broadway by David Gordon

Handbook for an American Revolutionary, a new play written and performed by Matthew-Lee Erlbach, celebrates its official opening tonight, July 22, at The Gym at Judson. Directed by Tony Spec…

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Reviews: A Serious Person and Then Some; Bending All the Rules: A New Musical; Samaritans, Or Where is Sylvia? by Bethany Rickwald

A Serious Person and Then Some by Zachary Stewart A Serious Person and Then Some, John Doble's new collection of one-act plays, takes on the subject of first dates with only five actors, tw…

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Watch Preview of Big Fish on Broadway by Broadway Direct

"What's Hot on Broadway" previews one man's talent for telling larger-than-life tales in Big Fish.

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Debra Messing Will Make Her Broadway Debut in January by Esullivan

Emmy winner Debra Messing (Will & Grace, Smash) and Tony winner Brian F. O’Byrne (Frozen, The Beauty Queen of Leenane) will co-star in Outside Mullingar, a new play by Oscar and To…

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"Glee" Will Film New Episode Addressing Cory Monteith's Death; Lengthy Hiatus Will Follow by Carey Purcell

Ryan Murphy, the creator of Fox TV's "Glee," said the hit musical series will address the recent, tragic death of Cory Monteith, one of the show's lead actors, according to…

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New Casting Announced for West End's The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time by Mark Shenton

New casting has been announced for the National Theatre's West End production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, currently running at the Apollo Theatre. The new compa…

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Me Love Me Will Play New York International Fringe Festival; Casting Announced by Andrew Gans

The acclaimed Hollywood Fringe Festival production Me Love Me will play five performances at the 2013 New York International Fringe Festival, Aug. 10-17 at The Players Theater.

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Evil Dead, Potted Potter and More Will Be Featured in Prince Music Theater's 2013-14 Season by Carey Purcell

Prince Music Theater, which filed for bankruptcy protection in October 2010, has announced its 2013-14 season.

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PHOTO CALL: Michael Douglas, Sahr Ngaujah, Janet Dacal, Kathryn Grody and More at the O'Neill Gala by Matthew Blank

The Eugene O'Neill Theater Center's National Playwrights Conference celebrated its 49th year with a July 20 gala.

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The Jungle Book Musical Eyeing International Markets by Andrew Gans

The new musical The Jungle Book, which has extended its engagement at Chicago's Goodman Theatre through Aug. 18, may take a circuitous route to Broadway.

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Magic Mike Is Really Happening! Tony-Winning Songwriters Tom Kitt & Brian Yorkey Join Team by Josh Ferri

It looks like Magic Mike and his pelvic-thrusting pals are really on their way to the Great White Way. Deadline.com reports that Next to Normal and If/Then Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winni…

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson Marries Justin Mikita in Star-Packed NYC Ceremony by Kathy Henderson

Broadway and Modern Family star Jesse Tyler Ferguson married actor/producer Justin Mikita on July 20 in a ceremony officiated by playwright Tony Kushner. The wedding took place in downtown M…

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Somebody Loves Him! Nobody Loves You & Book of Mormon Star Rory O’Malley Gets Engaged by Lindsay Champion

Tony-nominated Nobody Loves You star Rory O’Malley got engaged to his partner, Gerold Schroeder, on July 21, according to O’Malley’s Facebook page. No wedding date has yet …

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Tony Winner Rita Moreno to Be Honored with SAG Life Achievement Award by Lindsay Champion

The SAG Awards will name stage and screen legend Rita Moreno the 50th recipient of the SAG Life Achievement Award for career and humanitarian accomplishments, according to Deadline.com. More…

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Eric Anderson on the Joy of Soul Doctor, His Shel Silverstein Tribute Band & Finding Love with Jessica Rush by Josh Ferri

Eric Anderson is channeling universal love in his first major Broadway role, Rabbi Shlomo Carlebach in Soul Doctor. The new bio musical about the “Rock Star Rabbi” and his r…

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‘Me and My Girl’ at Cockpit in Court by Amanda Gunther by Amanda Gunther

Your lordships, your worships, your fish ‘n’ chips, you are cordially invited to spend an evening at Hereford Hall in Hampshire to meet the new Earl of Hereford; a jolly ride out to the …

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News: Television and radio getting more white – report by Matthew Hemley

Creative industries including television and radio have been accused of “institutional racism”, after new research revealed a large drop in the number of black, Asian and ethnic minority…

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MONKEY: JOURNEY TO THE WEST plays final performance as part of Lincoln Center Festival by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

MONKEY: JOURNEY TO THE WEST, an extraordinary music-theater collaboration based on the classic Chinese folktale “Journey to the West” from 1592, begins its final week of performances as …

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3 Things to Learn from Netflix. by Ken Davenport

As I blogged about on Friday, Netflix dealt the mainstream media companies a major punch-in-the-face last week when their original series, House of Cards, was nominated for a Best Drama Ser…

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Marry Harry - New York Musical Festival by Oscar E. Moore

Jillian Louis radiates sincerity, vulnerability, humor, spunkiness, a quirky charm, confidence and warmth with a glorious voice

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My Visit to Prague by Michael Kaiser

They all agreed that the most important thing they learned at the Kennedy Center was courage, the courage to ask for money, the courage to embrace a new funding paradigm, the courage to do s…

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“Life is a Cabaret –The Words and Music of Kander and Ebb” Proves Scott Gryder Is A True Showman by Russell Goeltenbodt

Reviewed by: Russell Goeltenbodt: A few months ago, when I reviewed a few other cabaret shows, I noted that performing in a cabaret show is very different from performing in a concert. There…

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Poll Results: Voters Want MOULIN ROUGE to Can-Can to Broadway by BroadwayWorld

As the New York Times reported earlier this month, Broadway producer Kevin McCollum has joined forces with 20th Century Fox to develop 9-12 musicals based on Fox movies. There is no word yet…

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Daniel Radcliffe, Jon Hamm Re-Up for YOUNG DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK by TV News Desk

Deadline reports that actors Jon Hamm and Daniel Radcliffe will team up once again on the hit UK series A YOUNG DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK amp OTHER STORIES. The mini-series from Big Talk Productions…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:14AM

Exclusive Photos and Interview Sneak Peek: Elaine Stritch on Life in Michigan, What's Next and More! by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Broadway legend Elaine Stritch left New York City for good in May, after 71 years here, to relocate to her home state of Michigan. Now in a recent inter…

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ROMEO AND JULIET Announces $20 Student Ticket Program; Box Office Now Open by BroadwayWorld

The Richard Rodgers Theatre Box Office 226 West 46th Street opens today at 1000am EST for the new Broadway production of Shakespeare's ROMEO AND JULIET, starring international film star Orla…

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MARRY HARRY – NYMF on the cusp of happiness by Oscar E Moore

  Can a thirty year old Little Harry (a tall, harried and excellent Robb Sapp) break free of Big Harry (Philip Hoffman) - a Don Juan wannabe without hurting the family business - an Italia…

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Forgotten Shows of My Nonage #48: Here Come the Brides by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Bobby Sherman (b. 1943). Sherman is one of the last of a long line of old school teen heart throbs that goes back in a way to Rudy Vallee, leading through Bing Crosb…

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New Musical About Vernon & Irene Castle Opens Tonight by Trav S.D.

Opening tonight in the NY Musical Theatre Festival (nymf.org) is  Castle Walk, a new musical about Vernon and Irene Castle. And if you don’t know who the Castles are, shame on you, b…

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Why permission matters more than ever by Michael Roderick

As Seth Godin recently pointed out, people are still not doing good work when it comes to marketing their services. What is the issue? Permission. It's really a simple premise. If you want t…

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Classnotes: Alumni News & Notes by Baylor Magazine

The Off-Broadway comedy HOW TO BE A NEW YORKER is currently playing at Sofia's Downstairs Theater in Times Square. The show's writers and stars, native New Yorker Margaret Copeland, BA '08, …

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Sandaya: Burmese Lessons by Kate Mattingly

In Sandaya: Burmese Lessons, singer and actress Meghan McCall played the role of Catherine, an American who travels to Burma during its financial crisis in 1987. Catherine persists in learni…

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Review: Gabriel

According to an interview with playwright Samuel Adamson, Gabriel came about after renowned trumpeter Alison Balsom got in touch with Dominic Dromgoole and asked if she could perform at the …

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Blogs: Latitude raises the temperature

You can never predict where you'll end up at a festival after hours - but watching a woman strip, pop eggs out of an unmentionable part of her body and coat herself in ketchup and feathers w…

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Theatre News: Adrian Schiller plays Dali opposite Antony Sher's Freud in Hampstead Hysteria

Adrian Schiller, David Horovitch and Lydia Wilson will join Antony Sher in Terry Johnson's Hysteria at Hampstead Theatre later this year. The production, a remounting of last year's Theatre…

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Fuse Jazz Concert Review: Mr. Ho’s Orchestrotica Quartet at the Regattabar by Arts Fuse Editor

But Mr. Ho’s Brian O’Neill had another idea. What if he took the very inauthenticity of the original music as a motive for putting together things that were never meant to go together o…

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Theater News: Atlantic Theater Company Announces Back20 Ticket Initiative by Hayley Levitt

The Atlantic Theater Company has announced a new discount ticket initiative called Back20. Set to take effect during its upcoming 2013-14 season, each preview performance of a mainstage prod…

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Theater News: Backstage Stories From The Book of Mormon, Matilda, and More Featured in Newest Episode of The Ensemblist by Hayley Levitt

Broadway vets Mo Brady (The Addams Family) and Nikka Graff Lanzarone (Chicago) have released the third episode of their podcast series, The Ensemblist, available via iTunes. The Ensemblist …

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Theater News: Will Alan Cumming and Liza Minnelli Bring Their Concert to Broadway This Winter? by David Gordon

Tony Award winners Alan Cumming and Liza Minnelli will bring their acclaimed concert act to Broadway's Marquis Theatre this December, Out.com reports. The show originated last summer on Fire…

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Full Casting Announced for New Production of Terry Johnson's Hysteria at London's Hampstead Theatre by Mark Shenton

Full casting has been announced for the new production of Terry Johnson's 1993 play Hysteria that will begin performances at London's Hampstead Theatre Sept. 5, prior to an official …

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Off-Broadway's Atlantic Theater Company Now Offering Back20, New Discount Ticket Initiative by Andrew Gans

Atlantic Theater Company has announced a change to its ticketing structure with the introduction of the Back20 initiative.

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"Smash" Musical Bombshell May Live On in Charity Concert by Andrew Gans

Bombshell, the Marilyn Monroe musical that was at the heart of the now-canceled NBC musical series "Smash," may be heard in a charity concert.

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Casting Complete for Broadway Revival of Romeo and Juliet; Box Office Now Open by Andrew Gans

Complete casting has been announced for the Broadway revival of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, which will begin previews Aug. 24 at the Richard Rodgers Theatre; the box office a…

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Mark Brokaw to Direct European Premiere of The Lyons at London's Menier Chocolate Factory by Ryan Gilbert

London will hear Rita roar! Mark Brokaw will helm the European premiere of Nicky Silver's dark comedy The Lyons at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The production will begin performances on…

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Tickets to Broadway’s NO MAN’S LAND and WAITING FOR GODOT on sale today to general public by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Tickets to the limited season repertoire of Harold Pinter’s NO MAN’S LAND and Samuel Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT, starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensle…

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Review: Westport's "Loot" Out Of Balance by Frank Rizzo

The show: Joe Orton's "Loot" at the Westport Country Playhouse

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Fringe Review: ‘The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs: The Musical’ by Elliot Lanes

This year’s Capital Fringe has lots to offer in the way of dramas, solo shows and musicals. As with any festival there are hits and misses but with the show I am about to tell you abou…

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CHOIR BOY’S Jeremy Pope Featured in New York Times by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

A Breakout, Onstage and at Home By FELICIA R. LEE NEW YORK TIMES Hailed for his “magnetic, moving performance” as Pharus Jonathan Young in the Manhattan Theater Club production of “Cho…

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Here's What It Takes For A Play To Become A Hit On Broadway

The Wall Street Journal 07/19/13

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Virtual Reality Meets The Theatre Stage

Wired 07/22/13

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TV & radio reviews: Radio review: The Mighty Carlins; Three Pieces in the Shape of a Pear by Moira Petty

The Mighty Carlins sounds like a comedy acrobatic act, perhaps three men of assorted sizes and shapes being fired out of cannons and tumbling from each others’ shoulders. And in a way, tha…

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Old Globe 2013 Shakespeare Festival by Bill Eadie

If you can make it to San Diego before the end of September, make it a priority to see one or more of these absolutely first-rate productions.

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Old Globe "The Rainmaker" by Bill Eadie

Hope and hopelessness engage in an unfair debate in the Old Globe's revival of N. Richard Nash's play The Rainmaker.

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Los Angeles/Regional Theater Review: I DO! I DO! (Laguna Playhouse in Laguna Beach) by Tony Frankel

I DO BUT I DON’T With all the adorability, simplicity, cliché and generic tone of a Hallmark Card, I Do! I Do! opened last weekend at the Laguna Playhouse. Starring Broadway stalwarts Dav…

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Review: None But the Lonely Heart: The Strange Story of Tchaikovsky and Madame von Meck at curtainup.com/Berkshires by Elyse Sommer

if you're a music lover, and especially fond of Tchaikovsky's "Piano Trio in A Minor," rejoice. You're going to hear it all, plus several other of the Maestro's works, performed by live musi…

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Sam Davis – Songwriter ‘Bunnicula’ celebrates CD at 54 Below by Sandi Durell

      Reviewed by Joe Regan Jr. July 21, 2013     Jonathan Larson Award-winning composer Sam Davis made his 54 Below debut on Sunday evening, July 21, in a concert o…

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Alex Ross: Ira Aldridge, the pioneering black Shakespearean. by Alex Ross

In 1896, a thirty-six-year-old opera singer named Luranah Aldridge travelled to Germany to prepare for performances of Wagner’s “Ring of the Nibelung,” at the Bayreuth Fest…

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Jeff Goldblum heading off-Broadway for Bruce Norris' 'Domesticated' by David Ng

Bruce Norris, the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning playwright of "Clybourne Park," opened his metaphysical drama "A Parallelogram" at the Mark Taper Forum on Sunday. The busy New York w…

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Tragedy at the Bolshoi: Violinist dies in orchestra pit fall by Jessica Gelt

A senior violinist died last week from injuries sustained after falling into the orchestra pit at the Bolshoi Theatre in Moscow.

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Val Kilmer transforms into Mark Twain by Celine Wright

Val Kilmer directs and acts in 'Citizen Twain,' a one-man play he wrote and says is a character study of Mark Twain. Over the course of two hours inside a small dressing room at the Kirk Dou…

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Ruby Dee mural by godfather of street art Kent Twitchell a rave-worthy production by Andrea Simakis

Passersby in cars slowed and gaped at the image taking shape on the side of the Karamu Performing Arts Theatre building in Cleveland's Fairfax neighborhood -- a 40-foot-tall mural of Ruby De…

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Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming to Return to Broadway This December with Duo Concert at Marquis Theatre! by BroadwayWorld

Back in March, Liza Minnelli and Alan Cumming, in celebration of Liza's birthday, joined forces at The Town Hall to sing familiar songs from 'Cabaret' and and more. The show was previously p…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Eddie Korbich, Bradley Dean and More in DTC's World Premiere of FLY by BroadwayWorld

Dallas Theater Center announced the complete cast and creative team for the world premiere of Fly, a new musical based on J.M. Barrie's novel, Peter Pan. Three-time Tony Award-winning produc…

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VIDEO: First Look - Daniel Radcliffe Stars in TV's YOUNG DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK by TV News Desk

The official trailer for A YOUNG DOCTOR'S NOTEBOOK, starring Daniel Radcliffe and Jon Hamm has been released. The mini-series will air on the UK's Sky Arts network later this year. Get a fir…

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Michael Urie's BUYER & CELLAR to Now Play Open-Ended Run; Tickets Available Through 10/13 by BroadwayWorld

On the heels of strong box office and the best reviews of the season, the producers ofBuyer amp Cellar, starring Michael Urie Ugly Betty, written by Jonathan Tolins, and directed by Stephen …

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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Arena Tour Gets September 10 DVD Release! by BroadwayWorld

An extraordinary new live stage production of one of the world's most popular musicals, Jesus Christ Superstar, comes to Blu-rayTM and DVD on September 10, 2013, from Universal Studios Home …

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of Barrington Stage Company's THE CHOSEN by Stephen Sorokoff

Barrington Stage Company BSC, the award-winning theatre in downtown Pittsfield, MA, under the leadership of Julianne Boyd Artistic Director and TriStan Wilson Managing Director, presents Cha…

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Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise's Triple Arts Program Set for 8/5-16 in Harlem by BroadwayWorld

Terrence Mann and Charlotte d'Amboise, stars of the current Broadway hit show 'Pippin' which just won four Tony Awards at the 67th Annual Tony Awards, today announced that the 2013 Triple Ar…

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Up on the Marquee: MIKE TYSON: UNDISPUTED TRUTH Films at Imperial Theatre by Walter McBride

Former heavyweight champion Mike Tyson and legendary filmmaker Spike Lee will bring Tyson's hit one-man stage show to TV in HBO Films' MIKE TYSON UNDISPUTED TRUTH. It was filmed in New York …

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Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, The Yucca Lawn, Holland Park, London by George Hall

The Yucca Lawn, Holland Park, London: After three seasons of Tobias Picker's Fantastic Mr Fox, Opera Holland Park rings the changes for its family opera this year, simultaneously commis…

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Gabriel, Shakespeare's Globe, London by Natasha Tripney

Shakespeare's Globe, London: Created with the talented trumpet soloist Alison Balsom in mind, Samuel Adamson's new play for the Globe takes the form of a series of vignettes linked by t…

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Circus Wonderland, Westway Common, Caterham by Liz Arratoon

Westway Common, Caterham: Launched last year by the Popolinos - musical clowns Popol and Kakehole - and siblings Grace and Peter Arnett, Circus Wonderland may be small scale but, from its sm…

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Latitude Festival 2013, Various venues, Henham Park, Suffolk by Jonathan Lovett

Various venues, Henham Park, Suffolk: Fewer big named theatre companies, perhaps, but more bespoke shows and more premieres suggest Latitude's theatre element is growing in confidence a…

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Fringe Review: ‘McPherson Madness’ at Studio by Robert Michael Oliver

The 2011 Occupy Movement profoundly affected the American social landscape, forcing all but the most psychologically reactionary to acknowledge the impact of class on people’s understandin…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Obituaries: Ashton Springer, A Major Broadway Producer in the 1970s, Has Died by Editorial Staff

Ashton Springer, one of Broadway's first major African-American producers, has died at the age of 82, according to The New York Times. The paper reports that the cause was pneumonia. Active…

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Theater News: Jeff Goldblum, Robin De Jesús, and More Join Laurie Metcalf in Bruce Norris' Domesticated by David Gordon

Drama Desk Award nominee Jeff Goldblum (Seminar) and Tony Award nominees Mary Beth Peil (Follies) and Robin De Jesús (La Cage aux Folles) are among the actors who will join 2013 Tony nomine…

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Buyer & Cellar, Starring Michael Urie, Now Playing Open-Ended Run by Andrew Gans

The producers of Jonathan Tolins' Buyer & Cellar, which stars Michael Urie (“Ugly Betty”), announced July 22 that the one-man show is now playing an open-ended run at the…

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Nicky Silver's The Lyons to Receive European Premiere at London's Menier Chocolate Factory by Mark Shenton

Nicky Silver's The Lyons, which premiered at Off-Broadway's Vineyard Theatre in 2011 before transferring to Broadway's Cort Theatre in 2012, is to receive its European premiere a…

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Jeff Goldblum, Robin De Jesus & More to Join Laurie Metcalf in Bruce Norris’ Domesticated at LCT by Broadway.com

Stage and screen star Jeff Goldblum, two-time Tony nominee Robin De Jesus and more will join previously announced star Laurie Metcalf in the off-Broadway premiere of Domesticated by Bruce No…

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Production News: Menier to stage transfer of US comedy The Lyons by Alistair Smith

London’s Menier Chocolate Factory is to host the European premiere of US play The Lyons, which ran on Broadway in 2012. The dark comedy, written by Nicky Silver, will run at the Southw…

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Unity Resounds in “God’s Country” – NYMF by Sandi Durell

by: Marcina Zaccaria Musical theater flair, Irish folk stories, and classic vaudeville are all seen in “God’s Country,” a new musical presented at The Romulus Linney Courtyard Theater …

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Tony Sheldon Leads Australia's DIRTY ROTTEN SCOUNDRELS - Full Cast Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, the devilishly cheeky, fun-filled Broadway musical is coming to Australia. Opening at Sydney's Theatre Royal on 24 October 2013, it will play a strictly limited seas…

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Darren Day and Niki Evan Star in UK Tour of SPELLING BEE, This Fall by BroadwayWorld

Darren Day and Niki Evans are set to star in the first UK tour of William Finn's Tony Award Winning musical comedy - 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee', which embarks on a short na…

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Harvey Fierstein Pens 'Times' Op-Ed on Russian Anti-Gay Crackdown by BroadwayWorld

Playwright and actor Harvey Fierstein has written an op-ed piece In today's New York Times, in which he expresses his stern opposition to Russia's recent crackdown on homosexuals.

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Edward Hopper by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of the great American realist painter Edward Hopper (1882-1967). I don’t think I’ve ever seen a Hopper painting that I haven’t loved.  We reviewed th…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi at curtainup.com-London by Lizzie Loveridte

The Finborough has a knack for brilliant scheduling and in this revival of Pam Gems' 1970s play, Dusa, Fish, Stas and Vi I found four women characters that really convinced and spoke to me.

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Review: The Designated Mourner at curtainup.com by Les Gutman

this is a show about the imponderables, and yet we leave it with much — some would say too much — to ponder.. .

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Fuse CD Review: An Inspiring 80th Birthday Tribute to Conductor Claudio Abbado by Arts Fuse Editor

This attractive, inexpensive box set dedicated to Claudio Abbado contains a rich gathering of lucid, colorful recordings, among the most accomplished modern performances of symphonies that …

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Guest blogging on Symposium by The Feminist Spectator

  I’m guest-blogging on the Symposium Magazine site this week, in relation to my essay there on feminist pleasure in pop culture.  Today’s post addresses Kerry Washington&#…

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Bristol Old Vic's Tom Morris rules himself out of National Theatre job by Matt Trueman

Another prime contender to take over from Nicholas Hytner as National boss declares himself out of the running, citing unfinished business in BristolWar Horse director Tom Morris has reveale…

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Latitude comedy review: standup takes over the festival by Brian Logan

Huge crowds for sets by Tim Key, Dylan Moran and others show how popular comedy is at music festivals; no wonder standup was spilling out all over the site this yearAs a symbol of how comedy…

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VIDEO: Fantasia Pays Tribute to Whitney Houston on BET by TV News Desk

During her segment on BET's Gospel-inspired talent show SUNDAY BEST, American Idol winner Fantasia paid tribute to one of her idol's, Whitney Houston. Check out the performance below

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Rory O'Malley/Gerold Schroeder are Engaged! by BroadwayWorld

Rory O'Malley and his partner Gerold Schroeder are now engaged The Book of Mormon actor shared the exciting news on his Facebook page Sunday

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Rita Moreno to be Honored with 2013 SAG Life Achievement Award by Movies News Desk

Groundbreaking actor, singer, dancer, author and educator Rita Moreno has been named the 50th recipient of SAG-AFTRA's highest tribute - the SAG Life Achievement Award for career achievement…

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On James Whale by Trav S.D.

Today we celebrate the birthday of the great film director James Whale (1889-1957). While chiefly known, revered and loved for his gothic horror films (infused with a layer of dark humor and…

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Stars of Vaudeville #759: Ernest R. Ball by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Ernest R. Ball (1878-1927). One of the great songwriters of the tin pan alley era, he was also fortunate in his associations, having co-written “When Irish Eye…

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Fringe Review: ‘How to Have It All: The Musical’ by Elliot Lanes

All of us want the perfect life for ourselves. We all want the perfect marriage, perfect job etc. But it is possible to have the perfect life and to have it all? How to Have It All: The Musi…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Fringe Review: ‘Carry a Big Stick’ by Elliot Lanes

Teddy Roosevelt assumed the presidency in 1901 after the assassination of William McKinley. He immediately goes to work on a plan to build a canal between the seas. This will ultimately end …

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Features: Seven quotes from Shakespeare for the Royal Baby

And dare me to the desert with thy sword; If trembling I inhabit then, protest me The baby of a girl. (Macbeth, Macbeth) It is a wise father that knows his own child. (Launcelot, The Mercha…

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Review: Billy Budd

Billy Budd at the Southwark Playhouse is the third production from theatre company secret/heart. Adapted from a novel by Herman Melville, it tells the tale of Billy Budd, a bright, wide-eyed…

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No Sex, Please by Christian Barclay

For some, it happened in the back of a car. For others, it might’ve happened on prom night or during a house party—an awkward tango of limbs fueled by nerves, desire and a few beers.  W…

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The Goddess Diaries by Maddie Ardillo

We all have those evenings that turn, inevitably, into those storytelling days of yore — gathered around a fireplace or a fruit bowl, talking about family and friends, the good times a…

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Feature: Pop-Up Opera – bringing opera back to the people by Sarah Sharp

As Pop Up Opera takes its work into schools for the first time, founder Clem Lovell talks to Sarah Sharp Ah, opera – the everyman theatre. Of all the performative arts, opera, surely is th…

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Theatre review: Gabriel, Shakespeare's Globe, London

You have to admire the producing chutzpah of Shakespeare's Globe. In the same week that they announced a 2-year tour of Hamlet that will take in every country on earth (all 205 of them), the…

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Review - "The Love Song of Sidney J. Stein" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison Photos by Mary Ellen Nelligar Sidney Stein (Jim Pillmeier), the title character in Brian C. Petti's "The Love Song of Sidney J. Stein," is a man with a mission.  Af…

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BWW's On This Day - July 22, 2013

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 22 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Stars of Vaudeville #758: Gus Elen by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Gus Elen (Ernest Augustus Elen, 1862-1940), one of the first of the so-called “coster comedians” of the English music hall. A cockney lad himself he had …

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Fringe Review: ‘Polaroid Stories’ at The Shop by Morgan Halvorsen

Naomi Iizuka’s Polaroid Stories, now playing at the Capital Fringe, epitomizes the definition of theatre. From the moment the street-wise adapted characters of Ovid’s Metamorphoses …

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Blogs: Latitude Festival 2013 - Day One

Latitude Day 1 Round-Up If there's one thing you can look forward to at the annual Latitude festival, it's a surprise around every corner. 2013's outing, which started this weekend at Henha…

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Theatre News: Opening: NT's Hush, Chichester Barnum and RSC's All's Well That Ends Well

Opening Monday The Hush22 July 2013(Previews from 17 July) Described as an "experiential journey into sound", Matthew Herbert and Ben Power's show stars Tobias Menzies an…

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Blogs: Michael Coveney: Mel Smith and other fond farewells in wake of Snoo

I was out of town on Friday and unable to attend Snoo Wilson's funeral, but my friend Peter Ansorge assures me that Simon Callow was on fine form, in a purple suit, singing Snoo's praises an…

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Theatre News: Salford set for Mousetrap 60th anniversary tour, 17 March

The Mousetrap's 60th Anniversary tour arrives in Salford next year. The cast currently features Steven France as Christopher Wren, Thomas Howes as Sgt Trotter, Karl Howman as Mr Paravicini,…

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Theatre News: Ibsen's Enemy of the People is a woman in new interactive tour

Dr Stockmann, the leading man in Henrik Ibsen's morality play An Enemy of the People, will become a leading woman in Rebecca Manson Jones' new contemporary version of the 1882 classic, which…

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A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup by Jon Jon Johnson

Rarely does a show capture my rapt attention from its very first moment.   Click for tickets to A Day in the Life of Miss Hiccup Yanomi had me wrapped around her brightly-coloured pinky…

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Sesquicentennial – The Civil War Remembered by Joe Feldman

Reflections of General Robert E. Lee To commemorate the 150th anniversary of the civil war, ‘Country Joe’ Rosier is performing two one acts: one as Robert E. Lee and the other as Ulysses…

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The Sensational Sans Sullivan Radio Hour by Lorna Mulvaney

The Sensational Sans Sullivan Radio Hour is exceedingly reminiscent of a high school play, which is not surprising, considering that Beat on the Bard Theatre Company is comprised of young hi…

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John Robinson by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of the great circus impresario John Robinson (1807-1888). Those dates are a matter of controversy (some give as early as 1802) as is the place of his birth a matter of …

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: Off-Broadway comedy The Lyons comes to Menier in September

The Menier Chocolate Factory will stage the European premiere of Nicky Silver's comedy The Lyons, from 19 September to 16 November 2013. The play first ran off-Broadway in 2011 and then tra…

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Feature: Smooth faced gentlemen – all-female Shakespeare by Olivia Luder

Members of all-female Shakespeare company Smooth Faced Gentlemen tell Olivia Luder about dipping into male characters, crying onstage and looking beyond a character’s sex… While …

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Fuel Presents Podcasts: While You Wait: #1 Waiting… in a hairdressers by A Younger Theatre

As part of a new series on A Younger Theatre we are proud to present Fuel’s podcast series, While You Wait. Featuring artists creating podcasts around the notion of waiting, you can l…

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Review: On the Line: Media by Chérie Locatelli

“50% of Britain will be Eastern European by 2018.” Do you believe this? Or do you laugh at the ignorance of people who do? On The Line: Media is a piece of theatre that consists of a deb…

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Sunday in the Park with George by Anne-Marie Peard

Victorian Opera’s Sunday in the Park with George is exquisite, and it’s heartbreaking that it can only run for a week as so many people will miss this emotionally-perfect production of…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Business News: West End ticketing company bought by Italian group by Alistair Smith

Enta Ticketing Solutions, which supplies ticket software to West End and regional theatres, has been acquired by Italian company Best Union SpA. Enta was formerly part of the Seatem Group, b…

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Confirmed: Tony Sheldon returns from NYC for Dirty Rotten Scoundrels by Erin James

He has starred on Broadway, his portrait adorns the walls of iconic Sardi's Restaurant in Times Square, he was nominated for a Tony Award and now he’s returning home — for a limited seas…

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Posted in EntrepreneurshipPersonal Development  Over the past month or so I’ve had the opportunity to meet with a few denizens of the solo-play arena, those rare artists who get on st…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Home Open — An Evening of Change — The Cutting Room Floor by Cicely Binford

These kids are onto something. The Cutting Room Floor (TCRF) presented its second Home Open this weekend (the first was back in June), and it was a fantastic success. Home Open is TCRF’s (…

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Monday, July 22, 2013 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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LYRICS OF JORDAN BECK Set for The Duplex Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Lyricist Jordan Beck brings an evening of his work to NYC for one night only tonight, July 22m at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre. The concert will feature his work with composers Jonathan May wi…

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Rodriguez, Rapp & More Set for NYCLU's BROADWAY STANDS UP FOR FREEDOM Benefit Tonight by BroadwayWorld

'Broadway Stands Up for Freedom,' the annual benefit concert of the New York Civil Liberties Union the state affiliate of the ACLU, will be presented tonights, July 22 at 730pm at the NYU Sk…

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Alex Brightman & Drew Gasparini's GO BOOK YOURSELF Workshop Begins Today by BroadwayWorld

'GO BOOK YOURSELF', a workshop with Alex Brightman and Drew Gasparini, opens today at Pearl Studios, and continues through Thursday, July 25.

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Tickets to Fantasia Barrino-Led AFTER MIDNIGHT On Sale Today by BroadwayWorld

After Midnight will reintroduce this exciting tradition by presenting stars of today in limited engagement appearances throughout the musical's run. Grammy Award-winning recording artist Fan…

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Idina Menzel & Taye Diggs Present A BROADER WAY Karaoke Today by Pat Cerasaro

Tony Award-winning Broadway superstar Idina Menzel and popular Broadway-Hollywood crossover star Taye Diggs - husband and wife in real life - host a special fundraising event for their kids'…

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Kristin Hanggi & ROCK OF AGES Creative Team Set for Relativity School Panel Today by BroadwayWorld

Relativity School of Film, Media and Performing Arts will host a panel discussion with the creative team behind one of the longest running shows in Broadway history today, July 22nd from 3-5…

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BROADWAY MEOWS Concert Set for Tonight at Don't Tell Mama by BroadwayWorld

BROADWAY MEOWS, a concert for the Humane Society of New York, will be featuring the songs of Seth Bisen-Hersh and a multitude of Broadway talent tonight, July 22nd, 2013.

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Warming Up for the ESPYs by Young Hollywood

Warming Up for the ESPYs YH is at the GBK Gifting Suite ahead of the ESPY Awards to catch up with some of sports' finest as they get their swag on! We chat with Marcedes Lewis, Mychal …

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Celebs vs. Baseball Legends at MLB All-Star Game by Young Hollywood

Celebs vs. Baseball Legends at MLB All-Star Game Batter up! Hollywood meets America's Pastime when celebrities from TV and music gather at CitiField in New York to take on the legends of bas…

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Interviews: The Hills Are Alive Takes Audiences on a Harrowing Journey Into the Alps with the Family von Trapp by Zachary Stewart

Everyone knows how The Sound of Music ends: After narrowly escaping the Nazis, Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer flee over the mountains with their seven children to the safety of verdan…

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A BroaderWay Benefit, With Taye Diggs, Idina Menzel, Matthew Morrison, Megan Hilty and More, Offered July 22 by Adam Hetrick

Theatre couple Taye Diggs and Idina Menzel, as well as Matthew Morrison, Tom Kitt and Megan Hilty are part of a starry July 22 Broadway karaoke event at the Cutting Room to benefit A Broader…

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Broadway Stands Up for Freedom, With Andrew Lippa, Anthony Rapp, Celia Keenan-Bolger and More, Held July 22 by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winners Randy Graff and Tonya Pinkins, as well as Carrie Manolakos, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Kate Baldwin and Anthony Rapp are part of the July 22 benefit concert Broadway Stands Up f…

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World Premiere of Mojada, Inspired by Medea, Opens at Victory Gardens Theater July 22 by Carey Purcell

The world premiere of Mojada, by VG associate artist Luis Alfaro, opens at the Victory Gardens Theater July 22.

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Tix for Broadway's No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot, with Ian McKellen and Patrick Stewart, Go on Sale July 22 by Andrew Gans

Tickets to the upcoming Broadway productions of Harold Pinter’s No Man's Land and Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, which will play in repertory starring Ian McKellen, Pat…

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Jonathan Hadary and Karen Ziemba Are On the Rocks July 22 by Andrew Gans

The Project Shaw series continues July 22 with a reading of George Bernard Shaw's On the Rocks.

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Karmine Alers, Brian Childers, Kimberly Faye Greenberg, Adam Shapiro Are Part of July 22 Broadway Meows Concert by Andrew Gans

The 5th Annual Broadway Meows Concert, benefiting the Humane Society of New York, is presented July 22 at Don't Tell Mama.

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The Question... Kristen Holfeuer on Matchstick (Fringe: Winnipeg) by The Charlebois Post

Something Transcendentby Estelle RosenKristen Holfeuer is the founder of Kamikaze Archive Theatre which creates and produces inventive, movement-based, performative theatre. She is an origin…

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Openings We're Tracking This Week, July 22-28, 2013 by The Charlebois Post

This week it's all about summer fare at summer places all over the country. Like the staple Shirley Valentine - the solo (read: actor's tour de force) about a woman who escapes the humdrum. …

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Ready, New Yorkers? Sing! by Barbara Hoffman

Why sing in the shower when you can do it in a concert hall? That’s one of the draws of Summer Sing. Now in its 53rd year, it’s the ultimate one-night stand: no auditions, no rehearsal,…

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Mourn the long, dark night by Elisabeth Vincentelli

‘The Designated Mourner” is now acknowledged not just as Wallace Shawn’s masterpiece, but as a major achievement of political American theater. But the most remarkable thing about the …

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Broadway Meows: A Concert for the Humane Society of New York by Byrne Harrison

The FIFTH Annual BROADWAY MEOWS a Concert for the HUMANE SOCIETY OF NEW YORK Featuring the songs of SETH BISEN-HERSH starring:KARMINE ALERS (Rent)JUSTIN BARNETTE (Encores! Fiorello!)SETH B…

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, July 21, 2013 - Sunday, July 21, 2013.

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