Monday, October 7, 2013 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Life With Father’ at Aldersgate Community Church Theater by Julia L. Exline by Julia L. Exline

Aldersgate Community Church Theater presents Life With Father, the longest-running play in the history of Broadway. The stage play was inspired by a collection of stories that Clarence Day w…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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The Wizard of Oz @ Orpheum Theatre by Abe

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s lauded new production of THE WIZARD OF OZ is an enchanting adaptation of the perennial MGM classic, totally reimagined for the stage. Following highly successful …

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The Smith Center Announces Exclusive New Year’s Eve Concert with Tony® and Emmy® Award-Winning Actress Kristin Chenoweth by Michael J. Roberts

  CLICK HERE TO TWEET: It’s official! The incomparable @KChenoweth will star in New Year’s Eve concert at @SmithCenterLV. Tickets on sale Friday. #NYE #Vegas  The Smith Center for …

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Podcast with ONCE THE MUSICAL’s ALEX NEE by Michael J. Roberts

Podcast with ‘Once The Musical’s’ ALEX NEE from SHOWBIZ CHICAGO on Vimeo. Catching up with one of Showbiz Chicago’s favorites, ALEX NEE, who discusses going from AMER…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Win a double pass to Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Sydney by AussieTheatre

AussieTheatre is thrilled to be giving away two A Reserve DOUBLE PASSES to see the Tony Award winning musical Dirty Rotten Scoundrels at the Theatre Royal! Our lucky winners (and their gues…

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Tierney Gearon – “Private Princess” exhibition – opening at the Eastern Star Gallery at Archer – Los Angeles art report by Pauline Adamek

TIERNEY GEARON: Private Princess exhibition Thursday, October 10 – Friday, November 9, 2013 Opening reception for the artist: Thursday, October 10, 2013 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m. At the Easte…

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Oh, You Want Us To Teach It, Too? by Joe Patti

Last month on Americans for the Arts’ Arts Blog, Elizabeth Laskowski, wrote about how she welcomed standardized testing for the arts because it was making her school finally take her s…

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Independent Spotlight Perth: Sarah McKellar and North Sea Boat Terminals by Cicely Binford

Perth’s theatre scene is full of enterprising people who want to work on creatively fulfilling projects that allow them to produce cutting-edge works, maintain artistic control, and provid…

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Big Fish Opens on Broadway by Admin

Last night on October 6, 2013, the cast of Big Fish starring Starring two-time Tony Award winner Norbert Leo Butz (Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Catch Me If You Can), Tony Award nominee  Kate Ba…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play by Sandi Durell

By: David Sheward If American civilization disintegrates in a nuclear holocaust, what will remain? According to playwright Anne Washburn, scraps of pop culture will survive and be reformed i…

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Corey Cott on Diehard Rent Fandom, His Shakespearian Dream Roles & Naming a Newsies Twerk Captain by Broadway.com

Newsies hunk Corey Cott takes a seat on the Broadway.com couch to share his favorite Schmackary’s cookie flavor, his napping habits and his desire to get “thrown around” by…

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Learn Some Lessons in Comedy From the Cast of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder by Marc Snetiker

The cast of the brand new Broadway musical A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder met the press and performed two numbers from the sly, stylish musical comedy. Find out what they had t…

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Looks Not Books: Backstage at Matilda with Lesli Margherita, Episode 1: A New Hopeless! by Broadway.com

In the first episode of Looks Not Books, Matilda's Lesli Margherita brings viewers backstage of the Shubert Theatre and shares her obsession with tights, video games and Robert Patt…

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"Measure for Measure" Shakespeare Theatre Company by Susan Berlin

Measure for Measure is famously described as one of William Shakespeare's "problem plays," but its consideration of the tangled interplay among sex, justice, and politics means that it remai…

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Ivoryton Connecticut -"I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change" by Zander Opper

A show that concerns just about every conceivable aspect of men and women and dating, I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change stands as the longest running musical revue in Off-Broadway histo…

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Ford’s Theatre’s The Laramie Project Relocates to First Congregational United Church of Christ by Caroline Jones

The Laramie Project is homeless no more: Ford's Theatre has found a full-time venue for the show, the company announced today. Performances scheduled from Oct. 9 to Oct. 15 will take place…

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Chicago Theater Review: WRECKS (Profiles Theatre) by Lawrence Bommer

CLUELESS CORRUPTION Much has been said about Neil LaBute’s work at Profiles, but there’s so much that can’t be given away about Wrecks (2005), a 70-minute solo show by the ever-co…

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Off-Off-Broadway Theater Review: SARAH FLOOD IN SALEM MASS (The Flea Theatre) by Dmitry Zvonkov

BACK TO THE SALEM WITCH TRIALS Definitely thoughtful, at times charming, occasionally compelling, but mostly tedious, Adriano Shaplin’s new play Sarah Flood in Salem Mass, tells of two gir…

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Theater review: Lean, handsome ‘Pride and Prejudice at Sacramento Theatre Company by Marcus Crowder

Despite her early 19th century origins, Jane Austen’s Elizabeth Bennet has always seemed a most modern heroine. The popular and accessible character becomes even more so in Brittni Ba…

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Theater review: B Street Theatre presents darkly funny ‘Detroit’ by Carla Meyer

Tara Sissom’s boisterous performance as a tenuously clean drug addict in “Detroit” at first plays as too big for the B Street Theatre stage. Then you recognize that it&#…

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The Small Touring Theater of Zurich Provides Hilarity and Nosh by Cindy Marinangel

The Small Touring Theater of Zurich Provides Hilarity and Nosh: Traveling dinner theater lives on in Switzerland as the charming “Kleines Tournee Theater Zurich”, (KTTZ), delights audien…

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Q&A: Lisa Lampanelli's Broadway ambition and filthy mouth come to Philly by Mike Bertha

You might know Lisa Lampanelli as the Queen of Mean. She's an insult comic who made a career of divulging intimate detail about her sexual exploits and expertly eviscerating the daius at a s…

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'Betrayal' with Daniel Craig already a hit by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- The real-life husband-and-wife team Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz helped propel "Betrayal" to a Broadway record - and the show hasn't even officially opened yet....

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Matt Smith cast in 'American Psycho' stage musical

LONDON (AP) -- Fresh from roaming the universe in "Doctor Who," Matt Smith is to play a style-obsessed killer roaming New York in the stage musical "American Psycho."...

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'American Psycho' musical to star Matt Smith of 'Doctor Who' by David Ng

Patrick Bateman, the homicidal Wall Street executive of Bret Easton Ellis' ultra-gory novel "American Psycho," was memorably played by Christian Bale in the 2000 movie adaptation. For the co…

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La Jolla Playhouse's Without Walls Fest: Theater in a House, by the Ocean, in Elevators and More by Christian Hertzog

Immersive theater -- a fancy term for site-specific performing art -- is the rage in the U.S., and this past weekend, the La Jolla Playhouse made its first extended venture into this trend w…

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'Big Fish' on Broadway: What did the critics think? by David Ng

"Big Fish," the new musical based on the 2003 Tim Burton movie -- as well as the original novel by Daniel Wallace -- made its big splash on Broadway over the weekend, opening at the Neil Sim…

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New York theater and music this week: Daniel Craig, Wallace Shawn and Beethoven 9 by Ronni Reich

Also: Laurie Metcalf and Jeff Goldblum at Lincoln Center, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at the Metropolitan Opera

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Sizing Up Simon’s Sunshine Boys and Broadway Bound, O’Neill’s Wilderness by Don Shirley

LA's Neil Simon moment features big productions of "The Sunshine Boys" and the far better "Broadway Bound." Actors Co-op stages an intimate "Ah, Wilderness!"

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This Week on Broadway for October 6, 2013: Betsy Wolfe by James Marino

James Marino and Michael Portantiere talk with Betsy Wolfe. We review The Glass Menagerie, A Streetcar Named Desire @ Yale Rep, Provincetown Tennessee Williams Theater Festival, Natural A…

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Ford’s Theatre’s ‘The Laramie Project’ Performance Schedule for October 8-15th by Admin

Performances of Ford’s Theatre’s The Laramie Project will continue at First Congregational United Church of Christ – 945 G Street NW, in Washington, DC, until the Federal …

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Adelaide’s Raymond Crowe Joins Smash-Hit “The Illusionists 2.0” by Ben Nielsen

This summer, The Illusionists 2.0 is set to stun audiences across the nation. Amongst an entirely new lineup of big-name magicians is Adelaide’s own, Raymond Crowe. Crowe first came to pub…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Box Office: ‘Betrayal’ Booms with Daniel Craig by Gordon Cox

Powered by the Broadway return of Daniel Craig, the starry revival of “Betrayal” made a boffo B.O. bow last week, vaulting into the millionaires’ club with just seven prev…

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Obituaries: Fred Cox by Richard Anthony Baker

For more than 70 years, Fred Cox was a pillar of the world of old-time variety with his identical twin brother, Frank. As leading members of the Royal Air Force gang shows, under the auspice…

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Theatre News: Forced Entertainment bring two shows to Contact

Postmodern performers are bringing two explorative and comedic plays to Manchester's Contact. Forced Entertainment will be performing two shows at Manchester's Contact Forced ...

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Review: Cyrano de Bergerac (Chicago Shakespeare Theater) by Scotty Zacher

With Anthony Burgess' translation of the ultimate rom-com tear-jerker, Chicago Shakespeare mounts a sumptuous love story on a scale as monumental as the unfortunate snout of it titular hero.…

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Danny Burstein and Linda Emond to Play 'Herr Schultz' and 'Fraulein Schneider' in CABARET Revival by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company Todd Haimes, Artistic Director just announced that two time Tony nominee Linda Emond and four time Tony nominee Danny Burstein will return to Roundabout Theatre Co…

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Photo Coverage: Alan Cumming Lights Up Empire State Building for MAKE BELIEVE ON BROADWAY by Jennifer Broski

Earlier today, Alan Cumming flipped the switch to light the world-famous Empire State Building's tower lights in purple, blue and gold in celebration of Make Believe on Broadway, which will …

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GREAT PERFORMANCES to Encore Hugh Jackman in Rodgers & Hammerstein's 'Oklahoma!', 11/15 by TV News Desk

Hugh Jackman can be seen again in his breakout musical role as cowpoke Curly in Rodgers amp Hammerstein's Oklahoma, Friday, November 15 at 9 p.m. on THIRTEEN's Great Performances

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Cast of KINKY BOOTS Set for this Week's Broadway Sessions, 10/10 by BroadwayWorld

BROADWAY SESSIONS is described as an evening of musical performances, games and open mic featuring a new Broadway guest each week. The show is created and hosted by Ben Cameron Bway Wicked, …

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Aaron Albano, Vicki Noon & Sarrah Strimmel Talk 'Out of Town Tryouts' on THE ENSEMBLIST Podcast 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 eighth episode Out of Town Tryouts.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 10/7; BETRAYAL Breaks Records Out of the Gate 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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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 10/6/13

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 1062013.

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Producers Adam Blanshay & Gareth Lake Launch Glass Half Full Productions by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winning producer and Chief Executive Officer of Just For Laughs Theatricals, Adam Blanshay has teamed up with Gareth Lake, Chairman of the Board of The Active Theater Company in N…

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What's Playing on Broadway October 7 - 13 by BroadwayWorld

This week marks your final chance to catch The Trip to Bountiful at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre Horton Foote's classic play about one woman's determination to visit her home one last time w…

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Rick Moranis To Make Appearance at BAM's LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Sing-Along, 10/25 by BroadwayWorld

On October 25, at 8pm, the Brooklyn Academy of Music is presenting a sing-along screening of The Little Shop of Horrors. Rick Moranis, who brought the role of Seymour Krelborn to life in the…

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JERSEY BOYS Cast Member Miles Aubrey Joins Film Adaptation by BroadwayWorld

Miles Aubrey will be playing the role of 'Charlie Calello' in the upcoming film adaptation of the musical JERSEY BOYS, directed by Clint Eastwood, BroadwayWorld has confirmed. Miles was in t…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Meet A TIME TO KILL's 'Gwen Hailey' by BroadwayWorld TV

Below, we bring you an exclusive first look at 'Gwen Hailey', played by Tonya Pinkins.

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Photo Coverage: BIG FISH Opening Night Arrivals- Part 2! by Walter McBride

BIG FISH opened last night, October 6 on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre and BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the excitement and the magic of the evening.The production stars two-ti…

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STAGE TUBE: Alice Ripley Sings 'When There's No One' from CARRIE in Seattle by Stage Tube

Tony Award-winning Broadway actress Alice Ripley Next to Normal leads the cast of CARRIE the musical, October 11-26, 2013, at the historic Moore Theatre, also featuring fellow Broadway alumn…

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Frankie Valli Raves About PETER & THE STARCATCHER by Pat Cerasaro

Pop music icon and JERSEY BOYS subject and sponsor Frankie Valli shows his support of another currently-running New York production in a new social media video just released in promotion of …

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Tim Rice Talks Elvis Presley & FROM HERE TO ETERNITY by Pat Cerasaro

Legendary Tony- and Oscar-winning lyricist Sir Tim Rice discusses his new West End musical, currently in previews, FROM HERE TO ETERNITY, as well as his famous collaborations with Andrew Llo…

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Huntington's THE JUNGLE BOOK to Celebrate 100th Performance Tomorrow, 10/8 by BroadwayWorld

The Huntington Theatre Company's production of The Jungle Book will play its 100th performance on Tuesday, October 8 at 730pm. The Jungle Book is produced in association with Chicago's Goodm…

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Jay's Complete ONE TOUCH OF VENUS Cast Recording Now Available by Pat Cerasaro

The long-awaited, decade-delayed complete Jay studio recording of Kurt Weill and Ogden Nash's celebrated cult musical ONE TOUCH OF VENUS is now available to purchase digitally via iTunes.

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 10/7/2013

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 1072013.

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Krystina Alabado Discusses EVITA Tour, The Mistress & Her Big Ballad by Pat Cerasaro

The current national tour of EVITA kicked off earlier this Fall to rave reviews and rapt audiences and one of the featured players of the hit company discusses her memorably one-song role in…

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Debra Messing On Broadway Debut, SMASH Cancellation & More by Pat Cerasaro

Popular multi-award-winning TV personality and erstwhile SMASH star Debra Messing opens up about the unceremonious cancellation of that NBC musical series earlier this year and looks ahead t…

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ROMEO & JULIET Star, T.R. Knight, Marries Boyfriend by Rosie Hertzman

Wedding bells for T.R. Knight Last Friday, the former star of ABC's Grey's Anatomy said, I do to his longtime boyfriend, Patrick, according to US Weekly.

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Bobby Cannavale Recounts ANNIE Remake Rehearsals With Cameron Diaz & More by Pat Cerasaro

Broadway headliner and recently crowned 2013 Emmy Award winner Bobby Cannavale elaborates on the starry circumstances surrounding the ongoing rehearsals for his first feature film musical AN…

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First Listen To Idina Menzel's 'Here I Go' From IF/THEN by Pat Cerasaro

With less than a month until the world premiere of the new Brian Yorkey amp Tom Kitt musical IFTHEN in Washington, D.C. starring Broadway superstar and popular screen personality Idina Menze…

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Jennifer Ehle Boards 50 SHADES OF GREY Movie by Movies News Desk

Deadline reports that Jennifer Ehle has signed on for the upcoming FIFTY SHADES OF GREY movie. She will join Dakota Johnson and Charlie Hunnam in the film adaptation of EL James' bestselling…

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My Mother’s Italian, My Father’s Jewish and I’m in Thousand Oaks by Peter J. Fogel

Peter J. Fogel plays the role of Steve in Steve Solomon's solo, "My Mother's Italian, My Father's Hewish, & I'm in Therapy," now in Thousand Oaks.

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TT: Almanac

"Most trends exist because they're permitted to exist and have not been slaughtered." Edward Albee, interviewed by Linda Leseman (The...

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TT: Voices in the air

This is part of a piece that I wrote in 1997: I like voices. My best friend is a woman...

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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World premiere of Horton Foote’s The Old Friends by Richard Seff

It would have been a fitting tribute to Horton Foote had he been able to see two of his progeny packin’ ‘em in during the same season on and off Broadway. For The Trip to Bountif…

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Still shut down, Ford’s Theatre announces new location for Laramie Project performances by Lorraine Treanor

As most of you know, Ford’s Theatre has been closed due to the federal government shutdown, forcing a disruption in the schedule of The Laramie Project by Moisés Kaufman and the Tecto…

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Broadway Grosses* w/e 10/6/2013 by Dte

The following are the Broadway Grosses from the week ending October 6, 2013:   Show GrossGross  Total Attn %Cap AvgPdAdm A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN $281,871 4,555 84.50% $61.88 A TIME T…

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Matt Smith to play sadistic banker Patrick Bateman in American Psycho musical

Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to appear in a musical adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel American Psycho on the London stage.

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Watch Alice Ripley Perform 'When There's No One' from Carrie in Seattle by Broadway.com

Next to Normal Tony winner Alice Ripley is playing another afflicted mother these days, but this time, she’s bloodthirsty! Ripley is appearing as Margaret White in a Seattle Theatre Gr…

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Whoopi Goldberg Eyes Broadway Return in One-Woman Show About Comedy Legend Jackie ‘Moms’ Mabley by Lindsay Champion

Is Whoopi Goldberg going vaudeville? The View star hit the red carpet at the Neil Simon Theatre on October 7 to celebrate the opening night of Big Fish, and Broadway.com got the scoop on wha…

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‘Marry Me a Little’ at Creative Cauldron by Yvonne French by Yvonne French

Dani Stoller and Lou Steele should go down in the regional theater history as “Stoller and Steele” for Marry Me a Little. It is one of the top shows I have seen in 25 years. Brilliantly …

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Music review: St. Louis Chamber Chorus goes Greek for season opener

The season of "The Ancients Speak" is off to a good start.

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The German Cast of ‘Rocky’ Performs a Medley (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

The German cast of Rocky, led by Drew Sarich, recently performed a a medley of ‘Eye Of The Tiger,’ ‘Fight From The Heart,’ Gonna Fly Now’ on national television…

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‘A Time to Kill’ on Broadway: Lucien Willbanks’s Opening Argument (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Watch as Lucien Willbanks shares his opening argument and decide for yourself if there ever is a time to kill. This fall, John Grisham’s debut novel A Time to Kill, one of the most cel…

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Story about sensuality fails to come alive onstage by Chris Jones

Marguerite Duras' semi-autobiographical novel "L'Amant," or "The Lover," paints in many hues. It is a tactile portrait of the colors of Southern Indochina in 1929; it reminds us that not all…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Elegy for a Lady / The Yalta Game

© Richard Lakos Behind the main theatre, in the smaller more intimate surroundings of the Salberg Studio, the Salisbury Playhouse has produced two short plays, Elegy for a Lady and ...

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Interview with Sandra Bullock for “Gravity” – Los Angeles movie interview by Pauline Adamek

You’re probably thinking, Sandra Bullock – lost in space… How interesting can that be? Surprisingly – very! Gravity is gripping, tense thriller with an emotional through-line that is…

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Zak Resnick, Steffanie Leigh, Max Crumm and More Will Take Part in An Intimate Evening Benefit by Michael Gioia

An Intimate Evening with Broadway & Daytime Television Stars, benefiting The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS), will be held Oct. 8 at the Sky Room inside the Marriott Marquis Hotel.…

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Adam Dannheisser to Stage World-Premiere Comedy The Cottage at Astoria Performing Arts Center by Adam Hetrick

Casting has been announced for the world premiere of Sandy Rustin's dark romantic comedy The Cottage, which will begin performances in November under the wing of the Astoria Performing A…

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PLAYBILL ON OPENING NIGHT: Big Fish — Who Was That Masked Dad? by Harry Haun

Playbill.com offers a behind-the-scenes look at opening night of the new Broadway musical Big Fish.

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O’Brien to leave Hudson Valley Shakespeare by Peter D. Kramer

Terrence O’Brien, who was present at the creation of Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival and served as its artistic director for all of its 27 years, will step down at year’s end,…

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Riot Grrrls successfully serve up a Shakespearean revenge story by Nelson Pressley

Let’s just say it: The Riot Grrrls are taking a fierce bite out of “Titus Andronicus,” Shakespeare’s grisly revenge tragedy. The Riot Grrrls are the all-female wing of the Taffety Pu…

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The Afternoon Report, Monday, October 7, 2013 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Monday, October 7, 2013 Today’s Tweets from BBB Follow us on Twitter – http://twitter.com/BBBway Kelly Carlin’s on The Leonard Lopate Show …

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30 Days of Flight: Day 5 | ‘Wicked The Musical’ (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Broadway’s Wicked continues their ’30 Days of Flight’ YouTube series by thanking all the fans who have shared videos with the cast and crew! A global phenomenon that has wo…

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Danny Burstein and Linda Emond Join Cast of ‘Cabaret’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Two-time Tony Award nominee Linda Emond and four-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein will join Roundabout Theatre Company‘s Broadway revival of Cabaret. Emond (Roundabout’s 1776, Li…

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‘A Time to Kill’: Carl Lee Hailey’s Opening Argument (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Watch as Carl Lee Hailey shares his opening argument and decide for yourself if there ever is a time to kill. This fall, John Grisham’s debut novel A Time to Kill, one of the most cele…

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Director John Tiffany Talks ‘The Glass Menagerie’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Why is The Glass Menagerie a project that you wanted to work on? The Glass Menagerie is probably my favorite play.  Ever since I first read it at Glasgow University back in the 1990’s…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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KELLY CARLIN on WNYC Radio’s “The Leonard Lopate Show” tomorrow Tuesday October 8 by Jackie Green

Kelly Carlin, daughter of comedy legend George Carlin, will be a guest on WNYC Radio’s “Leonard Lopate Show” (93.9 FM, 820 AM) tomorrow Tuesday October 8 at 12:40 PM to speak about her…

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Fuse Film Review: Artfully Defying “Gravity” by Gerald Peary

Mexico’s Alfonso Cuarón is among the world’s finest, most versatile filmmakers, and someone who—knock on wood!-- hasn’t yet directed a dud. GRAVITY is quite OK too, but in the secon…

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Cast Announced for Halley Feiffer's How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them at Rattlestick by Adam Hetrick

The Rattlestick Playwrights Theater has announced casting for Halley Feiffer's How to Make Friends and Then Kill Them, which will begin previews Oct. 23 Off-Broadway.

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Kristin Chenoweth Will Celebrate New Year's Eve With Las Vegas Concert by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award-winning actress Kristin Chenoweth will offer a New Year's Eve concert at the Smith Center in Las Vegas.

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Broadway Grosses: Betrayal Has a Record-Breaking Debut Week, Glass Kicks Ass at the Box Office by Marc Snetiker

Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Rafe Spall aren’t messing around! The trio's revival of Betrayal began performances this week, and if the Broadway community weren’t …

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Delicious! Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Original Cast Recording Now Available by Kathy Henderson

An original cast recording of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory was released by Sony Music on October 7, on CD and digital download. The musical, which has been playing since May at London&r…

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Pop the Champagne! Broadway Legend Chita Rivera to Ring In New Year's Eve at 54 Below by Ryan Gilbert

Chita Rivera is on a mission to make sure you ring in 2014 in style! The two-time Tony-winning Broadway legend will perform at the Times Square hotspot 54 Below on New Year's Eve for a s…

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Romeo & Juliet Star T.R. Knight Marries His Longtime Boyfriend Patrick by Ryan Gilbert

Emmy nominee and Broadway alum T.R. Knight quietly married his longtime boyfriend Patrick on October 5. According to Us Weekly magazine, the pair tied the knot "in an intimate cere…

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Holy Mackerel! It's a Giant-Sized Opening Night For Norbert Leo Butz & the Cast of Big Fish by Lindsay Champion

Big Fish made a big Broadway splash on October 6, when the new musical officially opened at the Neil Simon Theatre. Directed and choreographed by Susan Stroman and featuring music and lyrics…

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What’s Up, Joanna Gleason? The Tony Winner on Into the Woods Memories & Her Cabaret Debut at 54 Below by Kathy Henderson

Joanna Gleason has spent past few years “telling stories I want to tell,” including an acclaimed dramatic performance in Sons of the Prophet and writing a novel and screenplay, p…

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HUMOR ABUSE: 97% – SWEET by Abe

HUMOR ABUSE: 97% – SWEET SWEET Pisoni’s movements are fluid and effortlessly precise and his prodigious skills are a joy to watch, even as his buffoonery is tinged with sadness. Co-creat…

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AWAKE AND SING (GROUP REP): 100% – SWEET by Abe

AWAKE AND SING (GROUP REP): 100% – SWEET SWEET Larry Eisenberg directs a remarkable cast who do justice to Odet’s characters. Michelle Bernath is a stand-out as the shrewish Bessie, and …

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I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE (CROWN CITY): 100% – SWEET by Abe

I LOVE YOU, YOU’RE PERFECT, NOW CHANGE (CROWN CITY): 100% – SWEET SWEET As musical revues go, this show has a simple message of love and for the most part is enjoyable fare. The Crown pr…

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STEEL MAGNOLIAS (EAST WEST PLAYERS): 100% – SWEET by Abe

STEEL MAGNOLIAS (EAST WEST PLAYERS): 100% – SWEET SWEET Sprightly banter, ensemble chemistry and comic timing are the heart and soul of this piece, and the cast ably acquit themselves, gui…

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GALLERY SECRETS (CHALK REP): 100% – SWEET by Abe

GALLERY SECRETS (CHALK REP): 100% – SWEET SWEET Overall, this is delightfully entertaining, being in a museum afterhours and escorted from one era to another. Whoever is responsible for br…

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SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE (PASADENA PLAYHOUSE): 92% – SWEET by Abe

SMOKEY JOE’S CAFE (PASADENA PLAYHOUSE): 92% – SWEET SWEET “Smokey Joe’s” doesn’t try to fit its 39 songs into a plot, or dilute them with dialogue, and to my surprise I didn’t …

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (KENTWOOD PLAYERS): 100% – SWEET by Abe

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (KENTWOOD PLAYERS): 100% – SWEET SWEET Kentwood Players provides rich soil for this musical, turning over the direction to Michael-Anthony Nozzi, who certainly shows…

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THE LION IN WINTER (SIERRA MADRE PLAYHOUSE): 100% – SWEET by Abe

THE LION IN WINTER (SIERRA MADRE PLAYHOUSE): 100% – SWEET SWEET Like the movie I saw long ago, this theatrical production is memorable. This The Lion in the Winter’s roars, providing lov…

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Flowers for Algernon –‘Modern American Classic’ by Abe

SHERMAN OAKS, Calif. (Revised Sept. 28, 2013) – Using its signature, award-winning combination of signed and voiced         theater to bring new perspective to a modern American cl…

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Classics that Go Bump in the Night! by Abe

Parson’s Nose Theater presents “Classics that go Bump in the Night” This weekend, October 12th and 13th With works by Edgar Allan Poe, Stephen Vincent Benet, and Shirley Jackson Parson…

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ArtsBeat: Record Sales for Broadway’s ‘Betrayal’ by Patrick Healy

The revival of Harold Pinter’s marital drama, starring Daniel Craig and Rachel Weisz, set a box-office record at the Barrymore Theater last week.    

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Chase Brock Makes a River Dance by Linda Buchwald

For Tamar of the River, the choreographer imagines how water should move — In the new musical Tamar of the River, now at Baruch Performing Arts Center in a production from Prospect T…

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Theater Review: ‘Peter Pan,’ From Belvoir Company, at the New Victory by Rachel Saltz

J. M. Barrie’s “Peter Pan” is given a modern suburban, and Australian, twist.    

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The Film Society by StageGrade

Are critics reeling from "The Film Society"?

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Natural Affection by StageGrade

Are critics welling up with "Natural Affection"?

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Bad Jews by StageGrade

Do critics think well of "Bad Jews"?

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LAGLC’s Laramie Project Cast Voices Support for Ole Miss Actors by Deborah Behrens

After heckling occurred in a student production of "The Laramie Project" in Mississippi, the LA production of "The Laramie Project: Ten Years Later" posted a supportive message on YouTube.

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

The Trip to Bountiful – Raven Theatre, 6157 N. Clark St. is offering $10 industry tickets every Thursday through November 17 with proof of industry. For reservations call 773.338.2177 and …

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An Interview with Jason Downs on ‘Why I Am Not Famous?’ at Howard Community College This Friday and Saturday 10/11&12@8 pm by Carolyn Kelemen by Carolyn Kelemen

Multi-talented Jason Downs deliberates ‘Why Am I Not Famous?’ Howard County Community College alum/actor/singer recently discussed his touring production of Why Am I Not Famous,” sla…

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Listening to Our Neighbors by Scott Palmer

(Photo of Venetian Theatre in Hillsboro, Oregon.) Bag&Baggage Productions was founded in 2005 as a touring theatrical production company, producing work in small communities throughout O…

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Interviews: Brief Encounter with ... Rent the Concert's Hannah Levane

What attracted you to Rent? Hannah Levane© Cole Kitchenn Rent has been a dream show of mine ever since it came to the West End back in 1998 it tied in with the same ...

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Delightfully ditzy ‘Honeymoon in Vegas’ parachutes into NJ by Frank Scheck

Theater Review: Honeymoon in Vegas, 3 stars, Paper Mill Playhouse, 22 Brookside Drive, Millburn, NJ; 973-376-4343. Through Oct. 27. Running time: 150 minutes, one intermission. The fun begin…

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Big Fish

Norbert Leo Butz needs a show that will let him take flight. Ditto Bobby Steggert and Kate Baldwin. Their talents, skill and commitment are worth the price times twice. Big Fish, however,…

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An Artist's Story Of The Arab Spring

Upheaval in countries like Egypt and Syria is often discussed in political terms, but how do artists see it? Guest host Celeste Headlee talks about arts and the Arab Spring with Egyptian-Ame…

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The Fat Lady Sings For New York City Opera

The New York City Opera will close its doors this month after 70 years of production. Guest host Celeste Headlee talks to composer Anthony Davis whose work X, The Life and Times of Malcolm X…

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Tickets Now Available for Roundabout Underground Premiere of Too Much, Too Much, Too Many by Broadway.com

Tickets for Roundabout Theatre Company’s world premiere production of Meghan Kennedy’s Too Much, Too Much, Too Many are now available. The play, which stars Phyllis Somerville, R…

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Around the World in 80 Days to End Its Adventure Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

The off-Broadway comedy Around the World in 80 Days, which features five actors playing 39 roles from Jules Verne’s classic adventure novel, will play its final performance on October …

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Broadway Grosses: Betrayal Smashes the House Record in Its Debut Week, Glass Kicks Ass at the Box Office by Marc Snetiker

Daniel Craig, Rachel Weisz and Rafe Spall aren’t messing around! The trio's revival of Betrayal began performances this week, and if the Broadway community wasn’t a…

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HuffPo Review: CST’s Sleepy ‘Cyrano’ Lacks Passion by Bob Bullen

High hopes surrounded Chicago Shakespeare Theater’s Cyrano de Bergerac, the 1897 play by Edmond Rostand translated for the stage by Anthony Burgess. This is Harry Groener’s retu…

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Opera Review: La Bohème leaves Puccini’s tale of laughter, love and sorrow intact by Arthur Kaptainis

With good sounds emanating from the pit and a podium approach that mixed momentum and lushness, this La Bohème can be approached with cautious optimism

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A Musical Preview of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder Starring Jefferson Mays and Bryce Pinkham

The new Broadway musical A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder begins performances Oct. 22 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. Bryce Pinkham stars as Monty Navarro, the black sheep of the D'Ysquith…

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‘All The Way,’ Starring Bryan Cranston, Will Transfer to Broadway by Broadway's Best Shows

According to The New York Times, The American Repertory Theater production of All The Way, written by Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan and starring Emmy Award-winning actor…

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Not Planning to Cross Dress This Time… by HowlRound

By Polly Carl. The last time I wore a skirt was in 1987 for Junior Parents Weekend in college. In some moment of self-awareness, seeing myself in full makeup and girl clothes, I knew I had t…

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Theatre Review: ‘The Two-Character Play’ at Spooky Action Theater by Roger Catlin

In the early 1970s, Tennessee Williams’ best work was decades behind him. A Streetcar Named Desire, The Glass Menagerie (now in yet another acclaimed revival on Broadway), and Cat on a…

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Theatre News: Live Tweeting: #WOSOuting to The Resistable Rise of Arturo Ui

Follow the action from our latest West End Q&A

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Review Roundup: ‘Big Fish’ by Dcontray

Big Fish, the new musical based on Daniel Wallace’s novel Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions and Tim Burton’s 2003 film version, opened on Oct. 6 at the Neil Simon Theatre. Five-tim…

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Tony Nominees Linda Emond and Danny Burstein Cast in Roundabout Broadway Revival of Cabaret by Michael Gioia

Two-time Tony Award nominee Linda Emond and four-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein will return to Roundabout Theatre Company in the Broadway revival of Sam Mendes and Rob Marshall's Tony-…

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Brooklyn Academy of Music to Host "Little Shop of Horrors" Sing-Along, Featuring Rick Moranis by Carey Purcell

Brooklyn Academy of Music will present a sing-along screening of the film "Little Shop of Horrors" Oct. 25 at 8 PM. The event will include an appearance by Rick Moranis, who starre…

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PHOTO CALL: Honeymoon in Vegas, With Tony Danza, Rob McClure and Brynn O'Malley, Opens at Paper Mill; Curtain Call and Cast Party by Matthew Blank

Paper Mill Playhouse presents the world premiere of the Broadway-bound musical Honeymoon in Vegas — which is based on the Castle Rock Entertainment motion picture of the same titl…

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Cast Album for Andrew Lloyd Webber's Stephen Ward Sets Release Date; Free Tracks Available for Download by Ryan Gilbert

The Original London cast recording of the world premiere of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical Stephen Ward will be released on March 3, 2014, courtesy of Decca Records. Two tracks from…

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Elizabeth Olsen on Pausing Her Red-Hot Movie Career for Romeo & Juliet & What Her Famous Sisters Taught Her by Ryan Gilbert

The phrase "rising star" was invented for performers like Elizabeth Olsen. The 24-year-old actress (younger sister of fashion moguls Mary-Kate and Ashley) first wowed movie audienc…

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Jefferson Mays, Bryce Pinkham and the Cast of A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder Spiff Up for the Press by Marc Snetiker

Broadway is in for one heck of a madcap musical surprise when the new comedy A Gentleman’s Guide to Love and Murder begins performances at the Walter Kerr Theatre on October 22. After …

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Danny Burstein and Linda Emond to Join Cabaret Revival, Starring Alan Cumming and Michelle Williams by Marc Snetiker

Cabaret has found its rightful Herr. Four-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein and two-time nominee Linda Emond have joined the cast of Roundabout Theatre Company’s forthcoming revival of …

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From Breaking Bad To Broadway. Big Fish. Off-Off Broadway Love. The Week in New York Theater. by New York Theater

Bryan Cranston, who just died as Walter White in Breaking Bad, will be making his Broadway debut this season reborn as President Lyndon Baines Johnson in the play All The Way. We know this b…

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Finding (and Losing) a Theatrical Home in New Jersey by HowlRound

By EM Lewis. Everything was instantly better when I was invited to join the Passage Theater Play Lab. I had found my people. My new play people. I began to think of New Jersey as home.

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Video of the Week: MATILDA cast member Ryan Steele #sharethemattress by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Here’s a video that MATILDA THE MUSICAL cast member Ryan Steele contributed to #sharethemattress: In addition, Ryan’s new movie FIVE DANCES is now playing in select theatres. Her…

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New video: A song from Goodman's 'Pullman Porter Blues' by Johnny Oleksinski

This week's Theater Loop Showcase video is a song from Cheryl L. West's "Pullman Porter Blues," currently onstage at the Goodman Theatre. Set in 1937 on the Panama Limited Pullman Train from…

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Drury Lane Theatre plans 'Les Mis' in April

Much acclaimed director Rachel Rockwell is to lead a new production of "Les Miserables" as part of the 2014-15 season at the Drury Lane Theatre in Oakbrook Terrace, the west suburban theater…

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Poe’s Houses by Trav S.D.

Today (the Duchess reminds me) is the death day of Edgar Allen Poe, a fitting time to let you know that on Saturday the Edgar Allen Poe House in Baltimore (pictured above) re-opened for visi…

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Obituaries: David Jacobs by Michael Quinn

Few broadcasters straddled the worlds of pop music and politics with the same convivial ease, elegance and apparent effortlessness that distinguished the near 60-year career on radio and tel…

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Speaking of by Kyle

reviews of The Glass Menagerie, Hilton Als has a compelling take in the latest New Yorker. His beginning and ending are what I like the best. The "I" of personal narrative -- the egotis…

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Dublin theatre festival: Brecht or bust? by Michael Billington

The Threepenny Opera gets a high-finance update, a mighty solo effort illuminates Finnegans Wake, but Beckett fails to spark at the Dublin theatre festivalThe Threepenny Opera by Bertol…

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Stacy Keach, Grace Gummer, Josh Radnor and More Set for LATW's Uncle Vanya by Adam Hetrick

Stacy Keach, Grace Gummer and Josh Radnor will appear in Pulitzer Prize winner David Mamet's adaptation of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya for L.A. Theatre Works beginning Oct. 17 at the James…

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Harry Connick, Jr. Will Star in Comedy Pilot, With a Musical Element, for Fox by Michael Gioia

Two-time Tony Award nominee Harry Connick, Jr., who was last seen on Broadway in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, will star in a comedy pilot for Fox, according to Deadline.com.

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Cast Album of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Stephen Ward Sets 2014 Release; Preview Tracks Available by Adam Hetrick and Mark Shenton

The original London cast album for Stephen Ward, the new political musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber, Christopher Hampton and lyricist Don Black, will be released in March 2014.

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Production News: David Jason to star in Open All Hours Christmas special by Matthew Hemley

Sitcom Open All Hours is to be revived by the BBC for a one-off Christmas special, more than 25 years after it was last shown on television. David Jason will reprise his role as Granville...

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'Baby Case': History Theatre opens season with musical about Lindbergh kidnapping

“Baby Case” musical centers on the Lindbergh kidnapping and the birth of the media circus.

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Sierra Boggess Previews Her New Album, Including 'Think of Me' in the Style of Britney Spears by Broadway.com

Sierra Boggess is inviting you to her debut album's launch party! "Oh my gosh, I'm so excited," the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner says of her Live at 54 record,…

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New Religion: Sarah Flood in Salem Mass by Sandi Durell

By Marcina Zaccaria   Written by Adriano Shaplin and directed by Rebecca Wright, “Salem Flood in Salem Mass” is a radical re-telling of the events leading up to the Salem...The post…

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‘A Night With Janis Joplin’ Star Mary Bridget Davies Will be Featured on “Katie” by Broadway's Best Shows

A Night With Janis Joplin will be featured on “Katie” on Monday, October 7th between 3-4:00PM on channel 7 (check local listings). The segment will feature an interview with star…

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National Tour of ‘Hello Dolly,’ Starring Sally Struthers, Launches Oct 5 in New Jersey by Broadway's Best Shows

One of the most enduring Broadway classics of all time, Hello, Dolly! starring Sally Struthers, launches its National Tour Saturday, October 5, in Somerville, NJ before visiting over 70 citi…

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Theatre Review: ‘Marry Me a Little’ at Creative Cauldron by Elliot Lanes

Back in 1980 Craig Lucas was in the chorus of Stephen Sondheim’s masterpiece Sweeney Todd on Broadway. When Lucas was asked to put together a revue for The Production Company he got the id…

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Photos: At the Episcopal Actors' Guild's 90th Anniversary Gala by Lauren Yarger

Scenes from "90 Years of Broadway: EAG's Theatrical Journey," a benefit gala held last night at New York Open Center. The event was sold out with 150 attendees enjoying a cocktail hour an…

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The Burlington Junket by Trav S.D.

I had the BEST time this weekend bonding with my progeny at the University of Vermont’s Parent’s weekend (officially known as UVM Alumni and Family Weekend). Not a minute of the…

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Interviews: The Commitments' Killian Donnelly: I told my agent 'I have to audition for this'

Killian Donnelly plays bad boy lead singer Deco in Roddy Doyle's stage adaptation of his bestselling novel The Commitments, which premieres this week at the West End's Palace Theatre

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Theatre News: Disney on Ice Dares to Dream in Manchester, 16 Oct

The ice skating spectacular returns to celebrate 20 years in Manchester next week. Disney on Ice presents Dare to Dream© Feld Entertainment Disney On Ice presents Dare To Dr

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‘Big Fish’

Scenes from the new Broadway musical at the Neil Simon Theater.    

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PHOTO CALL: A Look at the World Premiere of New Musical Tamar of the River, Starring Rocky's Margo Siebert by Krissie Fullerton

Prospect Theater Company's world-premiere production of Tamar of the River, featuring music and book by Marisa Michelson and a book and lyrics by Joshua H. Cohen — winners of the 2…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: University of Mississippi Laramie Project Cast Thanks Big Fish Actors for Support (Video) by Playbill Staff

Cast members from the University of Mississippi production of The Laramie Project, who were disrupted during their Oct. 1 performance by homophobic slurs from audience members, created a vid…

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Wallace Shawn's Grasses of a Thousand Colors Begins at the Public Oct. 7 by Adam Hetrick

The Public Theater and Theatre for a New Audience's co-production of Wallace Shawn's Grasses of a Thousand Colors begins performances Oct. 7 at the Public Theater.

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100 (Monologues), Written By and Starring Eric Bogosian, Extends Engagement by Carey Purcell

100 (Monologues), a series of monologues written by and featuring award-winning actor Eric Bogosian, has extended its run at the Labyrinth Theater Company’s Bank Street Theater th…

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PHOTO CALL: Robin De Jesus, Sasha Allen, Todd Graff and More Celebrate "Camp" With Reunion and Screening by Matthew Blank

Tony Award nominee Robin De Jesus, Sasha Allen, Steven Cutts, Brad Simmons and Todd Graff were part of a 10th anniversary screening and reunion of the 2003 musical film "Camp" Oct.…

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Production News: Music composed for RSC productions to feature on new recordings by Matthew Hemley

Music composed for Royal Shakespeare Company productions will be made available to buy as part of a new series of recordings. The RSC said the series of albums will capture “some of the li…

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Hindu gods are in the house at Mixed Blood

REVIEW: In Aditi Brennan Kapil's Hindu Gods Trilogy, South Asian characters collide culturally and spiritually with the West.

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Dee Dee Bridgewater on a 'demanding role' by Charles J. Gans

NEW YORK (AP) -- Dee Dee Bridgewater might have been a Broadway star were she not so successful as a jazz singer. She won a Tony Award in her Broadway debut as Glinda the Good Witch in "…

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City Ballet’s Chase Finlay Recovering From Injury by Felicia R. Lee

Mr. Finlay, a principal dancer at New York City Ballet, broke a bone in his foot and will be out until January.

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Weekend Poll Top Three: Fans Want the Coen Brothers' O Brother, Where Art Thou? to Escape to Broadway by Ryan Gilbert

With writer/directors Joel and Ethan Coen's latest feature, Inside Llewyn Davis, earning accolades on the film festival rounds, Broadway.com asked readers which of the Oscar-winning film…

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Roz Ryan to Break Record for Most Performances of Any Leading Actress in ‘Chicago’ by Broadway's Best Shows

On Monday, October 21, the company of Broadway’s Tony Award-winning, record-breaking smash hit musical Chicago will celebrate yet another record-breaking milestone. Stage and screen ve…

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‘Big Fish’ Opens on Broadway October 6 by Broadway's Best Shows

The new musical Big Fish, a father-and-son tale based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the subsequent 2003 film by John August, opens on Broadway October 6 at the Neil Simon Theatre, …

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Through Lines: Theatrical Absurdum Infinitum Shutdown by Robert Michael Oliver

As of Saturday, October 5, the US Government was still shutdown. · This, despite the fact that all government employees will now earn a pay check because our lawmakers deemed it so. · This…

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Fred MacMurray in Double Indemnity – Movie Monologue Monday by Craig Mason

This week we’re going to look at Fred MacMurray’s murder confession in Double Indemnity. The interesting thing about this speech is that, despite the fact it feels like a movie e…

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Review: Hidden in the Sand

Sally Dexter stars in James Phillips' impressive new play at Trafalgar Studios 2

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Review: Thriller Live! (Tour - Bristol)

The Michael Jackson tribute show embarks on its latest UK tour

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Blogs: Catherine Love: Art as a weapon?

As a new theatre festival engages directly with politics, Catherine Love wonders what it means to be political in today's theatrical landscape

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Julie Madly Deeply, Solo Show about Julie Andrews, Will Play Trafalgar Studio 2 in London by Carey Purcell

Sarah-Louise Young's solo show, Julie Madly Deeply, will play London's Trafalgar Studio 2.

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PHOTO CALL: Big Fish, Starring Norbert Leo Butz and Kate Baldwin, Opens on Broadway; Red Carpet Arrivals, Curtain Call and Cast Party by Matthew Blank and Joseph Marzullo

The new Broadway musical Big Fish, a father-and-son tale based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the subsequent 2003 film by John August, makes a splash at Broadway's Neil Sim…

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Tony Winner Barbara Cook Will Play Symphony Space by Andrew Gans

Tony winner and Kennedy Center Honoree Barbara Cook, who will return to Town Hall Nov. 14, will play Symphony Space in 2014.

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Ron Field: Applause! to Feature Ben Vereen, Donna McKechnie, Joel Grey and More by Carey Purcell

Dancers Over 40 will present Ron Field: Applause!, a panel and performance in honor of the late director/choreographer, Oct. 21 at 7 PM at St. Luke's Theater.

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When Anna Pavlova met Uday Shankar – and changed dance for ever by Judith Mackrell

The world's biggest ballet star collaborated with an Indian art student in 1923 – and set a major dance career in motionReading on mobile? Click to viewUday Shankar was a student at the Ro…

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, October 6, 2013 - Sunday, October 6, 2013.

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Tony Nominee Nancy Opel & Stanley Bahorek Set for Abingdon's SWINGING ON A STAR Gala Today by BroadwayWorld

Abingdon Theatre Company - which has produced more than 80 new American plays in its 21-year history -celebrates its 2013-14 Season with ABINGDON SWINGING ON A STAR, its Annual Benefit Gala …

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AFTER MIDNIGHT, ALADDIN, BIG FISH, IF/THEN, BroadwayWorld & More Set for 2013 AT THIS STAGE Education Expo Today by BroadwayWorld

Nederlander Sales amp Patron Services and BroadwayWorld.com will hold the fifth annual At This Stage Education Expo today, October 7th at the Minskoff Theatre

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A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN's Mary Bridget Davies Performs on KATIE Today by BroadwayWorld

A NIGHT WITH Janis Joplin, the new Broadway musical, will be featured on 'Katie' today, October 7th between 3-400 PM on channel 7 check local listings. The segment will feature an interview …

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Liz Callaway Set for Broadway Close Up's BOUND FOR BROADWAY Today by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Close Up takes you behind the scenes of musicals old and new with eye-opening interviews and inspiring performances by some of Broadway's greatest talents. The 2013 performances kic…

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Signature Theatre to Screen TENDER MERCIES as Part of 'Signature Cinema' Series, Feat. Q&A with Betty Buckley Today by Movies News Desk

Signature Theatre presents the film Tender Mercies as a part of the popular 'Signature Cinema' series tonight, October 7th at 700 p.m. in The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signa…

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Valisia LeKae to be Honored at NAN's 4th Annual Triumph Awards Today by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award nominee Valisia LeKae, who stars as Diana Ross in the smash hit Motown The Musical, will be honored by the National Action Network NAN at the 4th Annual Triumph Awards today, Octo…

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Zachary Levi, Lesli Margherita and More to Star in 35MM: A MUSICAL EXHIBITION for RSO FEST at 54 Below Today by BroadwayWorld

Very Intense Productions and Your Theatrics Jeremy Youett and Jacob Harvey present RSO FEST, a series of concerts showcasing the scores of three new musicals by composer Ryan Scott Oliver. …

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Melissa Errico & More Set for Symphony Space's KURT WEILL ON BROADWAY Today by BroadwayWorld

Symphony Space opens its 2013-14 Music season with 'Kurt Weill on Broadway,' tonight, October 7 8 pm at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre. Today marks the 70th anniversary of the Broadway opening …

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Andrea McArdle, Mark Jacoby, Lillias White & More Set for Drama League's PERFECT PICTURE Concer Today by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League presents the pre-release concert and celebration of the studio cast recording of the new musical PERFECT PICTURE, inspired by the life of Norman Rockwell, with original scor…

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BWW's On This Day - October 7, 2013

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on October 7 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Photo Coverage: BIG FISH's Magical and Emotional Opening Night Curtain Call by Walter McBride

BIG FISH opened last night, October 6 on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre and BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the excitement and the magic of the evening. Check out photos below of …

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Matt Smith to Lead World Premiere Cast of Duncan Sheik and Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa's AMERICAN PSYCHO by BroadwayWorld

Rupert Goold, the Almeida Theatre's Artistic Director, will direct the World Premiere ofAmerican Psycho, a new musical thriller with book by Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa and music and lyrics by Du…

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Photo Coverage: Party with the BIG FISH Cast and Creative Team on Opening Night by Walter McBride

Check out photos below of the cast and creative team celebrating at the opening night party

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BWW Blog: Jesse Swimm of Tuacahn's MARY POPPINS - Windstorms and Farewells by Guest Blogger: Jesse Swimm

There is something very interesting about working in an outdoor venue

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VIDEO: Mary Bridget Davies Talks 'A NIGHT WITH JANIS JOPLIN' on CBS by TV News Desk

She died 43 years ago, but there's no forgetting Janis Joplin. Now her story and her music is back on stage. CBS Sunday Morning's Anthony Mason talked with the star of 'A Night With Janis Jo…

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Photo Coverage: Inside Paper Mill Playhouse's HONEYMOON IN VEGAS Opening Night Curtain Call! by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Paper Mill Playhouse has launched its 75th Anniversary Season with the world-premiere, Broadway-bound musical Honeymoon in Vegas, based on the Castle Rock Entertainment motion picture of the…

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Photo Coverage: Whoopi Goldberg & More at BIG FISH Opening Night Arrivals! by Walter McBride

BIG FISH opened last night, October 6 on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre and BroadwayWorld.com was there to capture the excitement and the magic of the evening.The production stars two-ti…

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BWW TV: On the BIG FISH Red Carpet with Whoopi Goldberg, Perez Hilton, Stephanie J. Block, Sebastian Arcelus & More! by BroadwayWorld TV

BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge was on the red carpet to chat with the stars as they arrived at the Neil Simon Theatre, and you can check out what Whoopi Goldberg, Perez Hilton, Zach Braff and…

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Michael Mayer Talks 'Coming Full Circle' with HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH by BroadwayWorld

Broadway-bound director Michael Mayer was at last night's BIG FISH opening to celebrate with his past colleagues, and while he was there he revealed some of his history with his upcoming sho…

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Zach Braff 'Honored and Excited' to Make Broadway Debut in BULLETS OVER BROADWAY by BroadwayWorld

Zach Braff is heading back to the stage in BULLETS OVER BROADWAY, which is set to open on April 10, 2014, and last night at the BIG FISH opening night red carpet, he shared his excitement ab…

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The Two-Character Play by Lorraine Treanor

In Tennessee Williams’ The Two-Character Play, the brother-and-sister acting team of Felice (David Bryan Jackson) and Clare (Lee Mikeska Gardner) are backstage, ready to open “The Tw…

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Blog: The Wicked Stage: Andrew Lloyd Webber – is he friend or foe of musical theatre? by Sarah Green

Growing up, my first experience of musicals was from a tape of Andrew Lloyd Webber songs that me and the family played in the car almost continuously the summer I turned 10. This was added t…

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How Daryl Roth of 'Kinky Boots' Became The Biggest Force on Broadway – Forward.com by Simi Horwitz

Theater producer Daryl Roth says that she has not encountered sexism or ageism on the job, though she’s faced her share of painful challenges, especially early on in her career.

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Broadway’s ‘Big Fish’: Norbert Leo Butz Texts ‘YOLO,’ Embarrasses His Kids by Gordon Cox

Broadway musical “Big Fish” is all about fathers and children and tall tales, so it was hard not to talk about all those things at the show’s opening night party at Roselan…

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From ‘Breaking Bad’ to Broadway: After TV, Stars Step to Stage by Gordon Cox

With Bryan Cranston following up “Breaking Bad” with a Broadway bow and Matt Smith moving from “Doctor Who” to the “American Psycho” musical in London, th…

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My View Stephen Sorokoff: Opening Night Honeymoon in Las Vegas by Stephen Sorokoff

My View Stephen Sorokoff: Opening Night Honeymoon in Las Vegas: YES! I’m talking about my Honeymoon in Vegas (1969). Would you like it? Did they like it? Is Jason Robert Brown one of th…

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Bryan Cranston taking LBJ play to Broadway by David Ng

Bryan Cranston, who recently completed his run in the AMC drama series "Breaking Bad," will be taking his current stage role as President Lyndon Johnson to New York. The actor will appear in…

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Bloody Good! Doctor Who’s Matt Smith Will Headline American Psycho Musical in London by Marc Snetiker

American Psycho has found its leading man, and he’s a Doctor! Former Doctor Who star Matt Smith will star as bloodthirsty investment banker Patrick Bateman in the forthcoming world pre…

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Mary Bridget Davies Offers the Lowdown on A Night with Janis Joplin on CBS Sunday Morning by Broadway.com

43 years after the death of Janis Joplin, the iconic rocker is packing the house on Broadway with the celebratory musical evening A Night with Janis Joplin. Mary Bridget Davies and Jopl…

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It’s Magic! Tickets Now on Sale for Nothing to Hide, Directed by Neil Patrick Harris by Broadway.com

Get ready to be amazed by the magical antics of Derek DelGaudio and Helder Guimaraes: Ticked are now on sale for Nothing to Hide, which will play a limited engagement at the Pershing Square …

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Neil Patrick Harris Gets a Blazing Taste of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 Off-Broadway by Marc Snetiker

Neil Patrick Harris, meet Natasha! The forthcoming headliner of Hedwig and the Angry Inch on Broadway (and the director behind off-Broadway's upcoming Nothing to Hide) was the …

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Sally Struthers Steps Into “Hello, Dolly!” 50th Anniversary Tour by Matthew Wexler

The parade is about to pass by, this time with beloved star of stage and screen, Sally Struthers, stepping into the iconic role of Dolly Levi. Winner of 10 Tony Awards including Best Musical…

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A life lesson learned from a flight attendant. by Ken Davenport

I boarded a flight yesterday on an airline that shall-not-be-named (although I’ll give you this hint – they don’t have WiFi), and the flight attendant charged with greeting oncoming pa…

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Light-Hearted Spotlight On The Arts TV Show Debuts Next Week by Bill Hirschman

Iris Acker has transformed her 25-year-old interview TV series into a no-holds-barred and light-hearted panel discussion of thought-provoking topics with Ms. Acker leading an irreverent grou…

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#BwayBootCamp: Rock Vocals with Matt Deangelis by BroadwaySpotted

We are so thrilled to be back for year two with Matt DeAngelis and he’s back to teach some more rock style vocals. Last time he worked with our campers he was a with American Idiot, t…

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Review: The North China Lover/Lookingglass Theatre Company by Zach Freeman

Everything about this world-premiere adaptation of French author Marguerite Duras’ novel of the same name is surreal. Scenes fade in and out with dreamlike transitions and overlap. Daniel …

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40% Off Tickets for ‘Extremities’ at Molotov Theatre Group for 10/10-1013@7:30 pm by Admin

Extreme Savings for Extremities — A 40% Discount For DCMTA Readers! dcmetrotheatrearts.com readers can save 40 percent off the ticket price for the opening  weekend of Extremities, from …

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Stars of Slapstick #10: Del Lord by Trav S.D.

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

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Steve Massa Book Talk Tonight by Trav S.D.

Tonight, October 7, Steve Massa will discuss silent comedy and his recent book Lame Brains & Lunatics  at the NY Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Some rare sil…

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Ain’t In it For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm by Trav S.D.

Just got word that Ain’t In It For My Health: A Film About Levon Helm is now available to pre-order from Kino Lorber. We note the occasion with a re-posting of our earlier review of …

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$30 rush tickets announced for NO MAN’S LAND & WAITING FOR GODOT on Broadway by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Rush tickets to Harold Pinter’s NO MAN’S LAND and Samuel Beckett’s WAITING FOR GODOT starring Ian McKellen, Patrick Stewart, Billy Crudup and Shuler Hensley directed by Sean Mathias wi…

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Review: Sex Cells

Sex Cells at Riverside Studios by Anna Longaretti features good attention to detail, and provides two hours of easy-watching drama

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Blogs: Guest blog: Tayo Aluko on performance and protest

Tayo Aluko, curator of the Paul Robeson Art is a Weapon Festival at the Tristan Bates Theatre, which runs until 26 October, is also starring in Call Mr Robeson. Here he tells us about why Pa…

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New West End Musical Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Extends Through Fall 2014 by Andrew Gans

The West End production of Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Sam Mendes, has extended its booking period by six months.

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The Verdict: Critics Review New Broadway Musical Big Fish by Playbill Staff

The new Broadway musical Big Fish, a father-and-son tale based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the subsequent 2003 film by John August, officially opened Oct. 6 at the Neil Simon The…

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Matt Smith Will Star in London Premiere of New Musical American Psycho by Adam Hetrick

BAFTA Award-nominated "Dr. Who" star Matt Smith will portray serial killer Patrick Bateman in the London world-premiere staging of American Psycho, the new musical by Tony Award wi…

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Chita Rivera Will Play New Year's Eve Engagement at 54 Below by Adam Hetrick

Two-time Tony Award-winning theatre veteran Chita Rivera will offer two New Year's Eve concerts at 54 Below.

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Marni Nixon, Sarah Rice, Eric Michael Gillett, Christina Bianco, Stephanie D'Abruzzo, Marilyn Maye, Vivian Reed Will Sing Sondheim by Andrew Gans

Sondheim Unplugged, the cabaret-concert series created by Phil Geoffrey Bond that spotlights the work of Tony-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim, will continue Oct. 20 at 54 Below.

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Rush Ticket Policy Announced for Broadway's No Man's Land and Waiting for Godot by Andrew Gans

The rush ticket policy has been announced for the repertory productions of Harold Pinter's No Man's Land and Samuel Beckett's Waiting for Godot, which will play Broadway's Cort …

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Top 10 romantic movies

Everyone loves a romantic movie, right? Here's what the Guardian and Observer's critics think are the 10 most romantic movies of all time. Let us know what you think in the comments belowPet…

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Doctor Who's Matt Smith set to regenerate … as American Psycho by Matt Trueman

Actor to star as Patrick Bateman in musical adaptation of Bret Easton Ellis's tale of a banker turned serial killerTalk about a regeneration: Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to follow his four…

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In Time O' Strife – review by Mark Fisher

Pathhead Hall, KirkcaldyThe meeting of music, dance and drama in this uneven but politically charged Joe Corrie play is frequently exhilaratingTS Eliot called him "the greatest Scots poet si…

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Center Stage audiences experience Bayley’s refugee drama from inside a shipping container by Lorraine Treanor

Most visitors to the Baltimore Book Festival weren’t expecting to stumble upon some great theatre parked in the middle of Mount Vernon Square. But if you had the good fortune to visit Cent…

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Class Reunion with Princesses – Sierra Boggess,Lindsay Mendez, Donna English & Brent Barrett by Sandi Durell

    by: Sandi Durell     It’s a Class Reunion with Sierra Boggess, Lindsay Mendez, Brent Barrett and more! What do Broadway’s Lindsay Mendez (Broadway’s Elphaba), S…

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Structural Deficits by Michael Kaiser

Having spent most of my arts management career working to erase deficits of arts organizations, I must suggest that most organizations that face deficits do not face structural deficits.

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The Glass Menagerie by Carey

Theatregoers, consider yourself warned. Long after exiting the Booth Theatre, where the achingly beautiful revival of The Glass Menagerie is currently in performances, this play will stay wi…

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‘A Killing Game’ at dog & pony dc by Ramona Harper by Ramona Harper

Can life be sunshine, lollipops, rainbows and everything that’s wonderful when a deadly plague begins killing the citizenry and they start dropping like flies? Will you be next? In an absu…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 10:09AM
Monday, October 7, 2013 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Lady Day – Billie Holiday Lives in the Body of Dee Dee Bridgewater by Sandi Durell

      by: Sandi Durell       The tortured, troubled life of drugs, alcohol and bigotry are intermingled in Lady Day at the Little Shubert Theatre on West...The …

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ArtsBeat: ‘Doctor Who’ Star Takes a Stab at ‘American Psycho’ Musical by Dave Itzkoff

Matt Smith, who is stepping away from “Doctor Who” at the end of the year, will play the murderous Patrick Bateman in a London stage musical of the controversial Bret Easton Ellis novel.…

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LBJ Drama All The Way, Starring Bryan Cranston, Will Transfer to Broadway by Adam Hetrick

The American Repertory Theater production of All The Way, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan's new drama that stars Emmy Award-winning actor Bryan Cranston as Lyndon B. J…

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Review: The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

Anne Morley-Priestman struggles to engage with the characters in this revival at the Harlow Playhouse.

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Theatre News: Adam Blanshay and Gareth Lake launch Glass Half Full productions

Glass Half Full productions will produce shows on both sides of the Atlantic

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Theatre review: Blood + Chocolate, York city centre

We are all going to have to get used to those feelings of intense sorrow and blinding anger which bubble up so readily when confronted with the slaughter of the First World War. Next year ma…

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Theatre review: Black Jesus - Finborough Theatre, London

Anders Lustgarten's powerful new play makes an arresting jump into the near-future. It's set in 2015 in a post-Mugabe Zimbabwe where a Truth and Justice Commission has been instituted to inv…

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Theatre Review: Sweeney Todd - The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

This was James Brining’s debut in the chair as artistic director in Leeds and he was always going to have to opt for something a little more radical than a quick trim and a blow dry to sta…

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Theatre review: Hopelessly Devoted - The Door, Birmingham Repertory

The third play from south London poet/rapper/songwriter/playwright Kate Tempest – who manages to excel in all of those slash-categories – tells the story of two young women in prison, on…

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Big Fish by Richard Seff

I suggest that Norbert Leo Butz run for President in 2016.  I’d make it “Mayor of New York City” this coming November, for we shall need him then, but he’ll be other…

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Fuse Film Review: “Mother of George” — Depressingly Predictable by Gerald Peary

Mother of George has garnered a rarer-than-rare 100% Rotten Tomatoes rating from critics. Sorry to be the cynical spoiler.

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Matt Williams on Playing Seymour in ‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Providence Players of Fairfax by Joel Markowitz by Joel Markowitz

Matt Williams is having  bloody-good time playing the nebbishy Seymour in Providence Players of Fairfax’s production of Little Shop of Horrors. I fed him these questions. Joel: Tell …

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Pop Goes Shakespeare: Romeo and Juliet by Howard Sherman

With two Romeo and Juliet productions currently underway in New York and a new film version due out this coming Friday, it seems time to inaugurate "Pop Goes Shakespeare," which might just a…

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'Doctor Who's' Matt Smith to Star in 'American Psycho' Musical by David Rooney

The actor best known for the iconic British sci-fi series will play Patrick Bateman in the show based on Bret Easton Ellis' novel.read more

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Review: The Boys from Syracuse

The Union Theatre in Southwark stages a revival of Rodgers and Hart's 1938 musical

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Photos: Show Pics: Rosalie Craig is Tori Amos' Light Princess

Production images have been released for Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson's new musical The Light Princess which opens at the NT Lyttelton this week. Starring Rosalie Craig, it runs until 9 …

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Blood and Chocolate – review by Alfred Hickling

York city centreThis epic, bittersweet drama is staged on the streets of York and follows the first world war's impact on rival chocolate factoriesYork was founded by the Romans, settled by …

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Matt Smith to play Patrick Bateman in American Psycho musical

Doctor Who star Matt Smith is to appear in a musical adaptation of the Bret Easton Ellis novel American Psycho on the London stage.

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‘Beertown’ at dog & pony dc by Jessica Vaughan by Jessica Vaughan

We have all been to Beertown. That’s the feeling you walk away with from dog & pony dc’s devised theater piece Beertown, which is ostensibly about a few residents gathering to vote o…

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Actor Joseph Millson plays Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe by TheatreVOICE

SHAKESPEARE: MACBETH Joseph Millson, who plays Macbeth opposite Samantha Spiro in Eve Best’s much-praised directorial debut at Shakespeare’s Globe, talks to Heather Neill about the play …

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TV & radio reviews: Radio review: BBC Radio 1’s Stories – Secrets of the Soundtracks; The Essay – Praising Powell and Pressburger; The Art o by Derek Smith

Flagged up as an insight into how creative professionals make a movie sound as good as it looks, BBC Radio 1’s Stories – Secrets of the Soundtracks featured a leading cast of contributor…

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Sweeney Todd, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds by Roger Foss

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds: James Brining's reassessment of Sondheim's masterpiece retains elements of his award-winning 2010 Dundee Rep production, most notably David Birrell…

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Much Ado About Nothing, Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London by Honour Bayes

Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London: Traffic Of The Stage's upbeat take on this Shakespeare comedy is fluffy and enjoyable but the finer nuances of the play are often lost. The cast have …

Linked From The Stage at 07:44AM

Hansel und Gretel, Glyndebourne, Lewes by George Hall

Glyndebourne, Lewes: Skilfully revived by James Bonas, Laurent Pelly's 2008 production of Humperdinck's opera launches Glyndebourne's autumn tour. Visually it remains a distin…

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Jason, Britten Theatre, London by George Hall

Britten Theatre, London: English Touring Opera's imaginative season of Venetian Baroque works continues with one of 17th century opera's greatest successes in the shape of Cavalli&…

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The Boys From Syracuse, Union, London by Paul Vale

Union, London: Based on The Comedy of Errors, The Boys From Syracuse reinterprets the plot as a musical vaudeville. This style and Shakespeare's farcical comedy make fairly happy bed-fe…

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Hidden in the Sand, Trafalgar Studios, London by Duska Radosavljevic

Trafalgar Studios, London: It is not often that the complexities and historical problems of another culture find their way to the British stage courtesy of a writer without obvious links to …

Linked From The Stage at 07:44AM

Bridgewater carries clunky Billie Holiday biomusical by Elisabeth Vincentelli

As its title indicates, the new musical “Lady Day” involves a whole lot of Billie Holiday songs. And since it’s an off-Broadway show rather than a regular tribute concert, a dusting of…

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Production News: Doctor Who’s Matt Smith to star in Almeida’s American Psycho by Matthew Hemley

Doctor Who actor Matt Smith is to star in the musical version of Bret Easton Ellis’ book America Psycho at the Almeida Theatre. Smith will play Patrick Bateman in the show, which is a co-p…

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Preview: Fall Series/Hubbard Street Dance Chicago by Sharon Hoyer

RECOMMENDED Between Aspen Sante Fe Ballet and Hubbard Street’s fall program, audiences have the opportunity to see not one but two Chicago premieres from Alejandro Cerrudo, Hubbard Street…

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Masturbation Could Force You To Fast For 11 Years — But Murder Is Cheap

As Tuvia Tenenbom roams the streets of Jerusalem, he encounters a mystical rabbi — and learns that some sins can be much more expensive than others. Click here for the rest of the article.…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Getting’ The Band Back Together at curtainup.com-New Jersey by Simon Saltzman

it has no right being as funny and as entertaining as it is.

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Review:Blue Jasmine at curtainup.com/Stage, Film &TV Talk by Elyse Sommer

Woody Allen's Homage to the poet of the Contemporary American theater, Tennessee Williams

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Review: Big Fish at curtainup.com by Simon Saltzman

wonderfully grounded by the terrific performance of Norbert Leo Butz . . .

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Review: Hänsel und Gretel (Glyndebourne Tour)

Glyndebourne may summon up images of finery and glamour, long intervals and extravagant picnics, but the Sussex opera house's autumn tour presents a different face to the world: a more relax…

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Theatre News: Matt Smith makes musical debut with Almeida's American Psycho

The Doctor Who star will lead the cast of the Almeida/Headlong production later this year, according to the Daily Mail

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Harry Potter the musical? 'Expelliarmus!' says Daniel Radcliffe by Matt Trueman

The actor has poured cold water on speculation that his stage success might lead to a Broadway outing for the boy wizardDon't expect to see a chorus line of Quidditch players any time soon. …

Linked From The Guardian at 06:36AM

Big Fish by Dan Bacalzo

It’s easy to see why Big Fish – the novel by Daniel Wallace as well as the 2003 Columbia Pictures film – has the kind of appeal that makes it fit for a big Broadway musical adaptation.…

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‘Big Fish’: Theater review by Joe Dziemianowicz

Broadway’s new musical fable, “Big Fish,” is a singing version of catch-and-release.

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Bryan Cranston to make Broadway debut as LBJ by Joe Dziemianowicz, Bill Hutchinson

“Breaking Bad” star Bryan Cranston is headed to Broadway, trading in his drug-kingpin pork pie hat for a role as commander-in-chief. The Emmy Award-winning actor will make his debut on t…

Linked From New York Daily News at 06:10AM

Jesse Eisenberg: “Final Conversations at Pompeii.” by Jesse Eisenberg

MISTRESS: Stop! Get off me! MAN: What’s wrong? MISTRESS: I can’t keep doing this. It just feels so dirty, meeting here every week. MAN: Dirty? This is one of the nicest villas…

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Natural Affection is Filled With Pain by Suzanna Bowling

Natural Affection is Filled With Pain: The Actors Company Theatre production of William Inge’s long lost play, Natural Affection has been revived at the Beckett Theatre.

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Classical Ballet Meets Reality TV

"City.ballet," developed by Sarah Jessica Parker's production company Pretty Matches and shot by Zero Point Zero, follows several dancers in their professional lives and will have its debut …

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Adam's Call: New York Pops featuring Chris Botti: Rockin' Good Time by Call Me Adam

Adam Rothenberg/Call Me Adam and Chris BottiCarole Radziwill ("The Real Housewives of New York City") and Adam Rothenberg/Call Me AdamI had another splendid evening at Carnegie Hall listenin…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory extends to November 2014, cast recording released

The musical, based on Roald Dahl's classic children's novel, has extended its run at Theatre Royal Drury Lane

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Blogs: Michael Coveney: Ringing the changes at Central and Roehampton

Central School of Speech and Drama© Patrick Baldwin At a breakfast briefing in the Savile Club on Friday morning, Gavin Henderson, principal of the Central School of Speech and Drama, reve…

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Theatre News: Opening: Donmar's Roots, Jamie Lloyd's Commitments, and Tori Amos musical The Light Princess

Opening this week, in the West End and further afield, include Roots at the Donmar, The Commitments directed by Jamie Lloyd, Tori Amos and Samuel Adamson's The Light Princess, Horrible H…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:35AM

Feature: Dublin Fringe – work which asks “How can we make things better?” by Lisa Carroll

    Dublin is a brilliant place to be at the best of times: in this pocket-sized capital city, one tenth the size of London, it’s nearly impossible to walk from one end to the ot…

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Review: Advice for the Young at Heart by Victoria Dyson

Riots, peer pressure and gang culture – Advice for the Young at Heart, the new play by Roy Williams, boldly faces these all-too-topical themes, showing how history often repeats itself. Th…

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News: Learning with London Puppetry Festival by Susan Elkin

When Peter Glanville, Artistic Director of Little Angel Theatre, started the Suspense Festival (Puppetry for adults … no, surely not?) it seemed to some of us to be something of a wacky id…

Linked From The Stage at 05:32AM

News: BBC boosts arts coverage with 20% budget increase by Matthew Hemley

Arts programming on the BBC’s television channels is to be given a major boost with a 20% increase to the genre’s budget. Director general Tony Hall said the Corporation needs to…

Linked From The Stage at 05:32AM
Monday, October 7, 2013 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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News: New production company focusing on musicals and plays launches by Matthew Hemley

A production company focusing on musicals and plays for both the West End and Broadway has been launched in partnership with producer Just for Laughs Theatricals. Glass Half Full Productions…

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Thank You. by Admin

Posted in Personal DevelopmentSometimes you have to slow down and simply say “thank you.” Thank you for hanging in with me and staying on this list. Thanks for paying attention. Thanks f…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Carnage at Merrimack by Thomas Garvey

Laura Latreille and Joseph Adams in God of Carnage.  Photo: Meghan Moore.We've already seen Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage once in the Boston area (in a slightly awkward misfire at …

Linked From The Hub Review at 03:29AM

Tamar of the River by Theasy.com

Baruch Performing Arts Center, Prospect Theater Company, Off Broadway By Tzipora Kaplan BOTTOM LINE: A beautiful and befuddling tale inspired by the biblical parable of Tamar and Jud…

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Bryan Cranston to Make Broadway Debut as LBJ in 'All the Way' by David Rooney

The "Breaking Bad" star will reprise the role of the 36th U.S. president, which he is currently performing in Cambridge, Mass., when the play transfers to New York this winter.read more

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Monday, October 7, 2013 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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From Breaking Bad to Broadway! All the Way, Starring Bryan Cranston, Set for New York Transfer by Lindsay Champion

Now that his meth cooking days are over, Breaking Bad's Bryan Cranston is trying a new job on for size: Broadway star. After previous speculation, the American Repertory Theater mou…

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The Woman in Black

Thu, October 31 thru Sat, November 30 @ Keegan Theatre, presented by Keegan Theatre

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Pride in the Falls of Autrey Mill

Tue, October 15 thru Sun, December 8 @ Signature Theatre, presented by Signature Theatre

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Crossing

Tue, October 29 thru Sun, November 24 @ Signature Theatre, presented by Signature Theatre

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Mayan Fables

Mon, October 21 thru Sat, November 2 @ GALA Hispanic Theatre, presented by GALA Hispanic Theatre

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Goodnight Moon

Tue, October 8 thru Sun, October 27 @ Adventure Theatre MTC, presented by Adventure Theatre MTC

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The Laramie Project

Tue, October 8 thru Sun, October 27 @ Ford's Theatre, presented by Ford's Theatre

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The Marcy and Zina Show

Sat, October 19 thru Sun, October 20 @ Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (JCCNV), presented by Jewish Community Center of Northern Virginia (JCCNV)

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One Night Stands

Fri, October 18 @ Workhouse Arts Center, presented by Workhouse Arts Center

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Cecil Ray Comedy Club

Sat, October 19 @ Workhouse Arts Center, presented by Workhouse Arts Center

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The King and I

Thu, November 14 thru Sun, December 29 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center -- Be whisked away to a faraway land with this timeless family musical!

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Romeo And Juliet

Tue, October 15 thru Sun, December 1 @ Folger Theatre, presented by Folger Theatre -- The perfect poetry of Shakespeare's tragedy reveals the heart-breaking loss of "star-crossed" love. Hele…

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The Argument

Wed, October 30 thru Sun, November 24 @ Theater J, presented by Theater J -- Sophie, a charming, vibrant artist, and Phillip, a loyal, solid businessman, are a 40-something couple whose new …

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Appropriate

Wed, November 6 thru Sun, December 1 @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, presented by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company -- Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins returns to his hometown, Washington, D…

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Cabaret Macabre IV

Fri, October 25 thru Sun, November 10 @ Round House Theatre Silver Spring, presented by Round House Theatre Silver Spring -- Cabaret Macabre is a series of dark, comic vignettes, songs, and …

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Sister Act

Tue, October 29 thru Sun, November 10 @ John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts, presented by John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts -- In this crowd-pleasing musical based on…

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Bedlam Theatre's Saint Joan

Wed, October 9 thru Sun, October 27 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center -- In this stripped down, boldly theatrical, critically acclaimed new production by one of Ameri…

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L.A. Theatre Works: The Graduate

Fri, November 1 @ George Mason University's Center for the Arts, presented by George Mason University's Center for the Arts -- This groundbreaking satire-comedy may forever be associated wit…

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Rancho Mirage

Tue, October 8 thru Sun, October 20 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center -- A bitingly funny black comedy about what happens when the fictions that hold our lives togeth…

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REVIEW: Big Fish by JK

Review of the Saturday, October 5 evening preview at the Neil Simon Theatre in New York City.  Starring Norbert Leo Butz, Kate Baldwin, Bobby Steggert, with Krystal Joy Brown, Zachary U…

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Openings We're Tracking This Week, October 7-13, 2013 by The Charlebois Post

Assassinating ThomsonPerhaps the gentlest and loveliest of plays in the vast David French canon: Salt Water Moon is about a great courtship. (Gananoque, Ontario)A hit of this year's Fringe c…

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The Question... Danielle Desormeaux, chorus director for If We Were Birds by The Charlebois Post

I was terrified and so I had no other option but to say: “yes, I'll do it”by Estelle RosenBorn and raised in Northern Ontario, Danielle Desormeaux studied Music at Queen's University and…

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PHOTO CALL: Big Fish, Starring Norbert Leo Butz and Kate Baldwin, Opens on Broadway; Red Carpet Arrivals by Matthew Blank and Joseph Marzullo

The new Broadway musical Big Fish, a father-and-son tale based on the 1998 novel by Daniel Wallace and the subsequent 2003 film by John August, makes a splash at Broadway's Neil Sim…

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Austin Shakespeare Theatre Company Production of Anthem, Based on Ayn Rand's Novel, Opens Oct. 7 by Carey Purcell

The Austin Shakespeare Theatre Company's stage adaptation of Ayn Rand's novel "Anthem" officially opens Oct. 7 following previews that began Sept. 25. Performance…

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"Tender Mercies" Screening, Featuring Talkback With Tony Winner Betty Buckley, Held at Signature Theatre Oct. 7 by Carey Purcell

Horton Foote's Academy Award-winning film "Tender Mercies" is screened in The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center Oct. 7 at 7 PM.

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Mark Jacoby, Andrea McArdle, Lillias White and More Celebrate Release of Norman Rockwell-Inspired Musical Perfect Picture Oct. 7 by Carey Purcell

The Drama League presents a pre-release concert performance of the studio cast recording of Perfect Picture, the new musical inspired by the life of Norman Rockwell, Oct. 7 at 7 PM.

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Avi Hoffman Stars in Reading of New Play Rough Patch Oct. 7 by Carey Purcell

Avi Hoffman directs and performs in a staged reading of Charles Gluck's new play Rough Patch at the Roy Arias Studios at the Times Square Arts Center Oct. 7 at 6 PM. 

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Free Oral History Interview with Tony Winner Tyne Daly Presented Oct. 7 by Andrew Gans

Betty R. and Ralph Sheffer Foundation and The League of Professional Theatre Women present an Oral History with Tony winner Tyne Daly, who will return to Broadway in 2014 in Terrence McNally…

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24th Annual Cabaret Convention Plays Jazz at Lincoln Center Beginning Oct. 7 by Andrew Gans

The 24th Annual New York Cabaret Convention, presented by the Mabel Mercer Foundation, plays Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Hall Oct. 7-10.

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Melissa Errico, Brent Barrett, Judy Blazer and Ron Raines Explore Kurt Weill on Broadway Oct. 7 by Andrew Gans

Kurt Weill on Broadway, an evening celebrating the 70th anniversary of the Broadway premiere of One Touch of Venus, is presented at the Peter Jay Sharp Theatre at Symphony Space Oct. 7.

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Chita: A Legendary Celebration, With Chita Rivera, Tommy Tune and Ben Vereen, Presented Oct. 7 by Andrew Gans and Adam Hetrick

Chita: A Legendary Celebration, the star-studded, one-night-only celebration of two-time Tony winner Chita Rivera, is presented Oct. 7 at the August Wilson Theatre.

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Zachary Levi, Krysta Rodriguez, Lesli Margherita, Derek Klena and More Sing From 35mm Oct. 7 at 54 Below's RSO FEST by Michael Gioia

Zachary Levi and Krysta Rodriguez, who co-star in the new Broadway musical First Date, and Olivier Award winner Lesli Margherita, who stars in Broadway's Matilda, are among the…

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AUDIO EXCLUSIVE: Newsies' Corey Cott Sings "Letting Go" from Alexander Sage Oyen's Upcoming "Drafts (Volume Two)" by Michael Gioia

"Drafts: The Music and Lyrics of Alexander Sage Oyen (Volume Two)" will be released digitally Oct. 22. In anticipation of its release, composer-lyricist Alexander Sage Oyen shared …

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Autobahn by AussieTheatre

Underground Productions deliver a traffic stopping night at the theatre with Autobahn. Consisting of seven short vignettes, each one involves just two people and each one takes place entirel…

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