Monday, February 20, 2012 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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THE "SMASH" REPORT: Recapping Episode 3, Or, This Is a Fine Showmance by Kenneth Jones

Playbill's weekly overview, with notes and comment, of the latest episode of the NBC series "Smash," about the people behind the creation of a new Broadway musical. Here's …

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FRIGID Festival Interview - Ed Malin of "Judge, Yuri & Executioner" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison Photo by Lauren Arneson Ed Malin (Writer) is interested in language and history. After interning at The Women's Project in the '90s, Ed has enjoyed the diverse theate…

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A Bruno Mars Musical, Magical Iowa and Other Smash Highlights by Broadway.com

In the third episode of NBC’s Broadway-centric drama Smash, entitled “Mr. DiMaggio,” things get personal. Karen (Katharine McPhee) spends a weekend at home in idyllic Iowa,…

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Best of Cast Party II; Post Mardi Gras in New Orleans; National WWII Museum; Fred and Adele; On DVD; Last Chance; Cinema for Smithsonian; Remembering by Ellis Nassour

Debonair funny man and host of Birdland's long-running and late-running Monday night series Cast Party [in it's ninth year], returns on Thursday @ 8 P.M. to Town Hall, once again side by sid…

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Presidential Broadway by JK

PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO VOTE IN ROUND 4 OF HOT AND HOTTERAND THIS MONTH'S BROADWAY POLL (LOOK TO YOUR LEFT!)Politics and Broadway shows are hit and miss.  Hit: Born Yesterday, 1776. &nb…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Jason Robert Brown to Return to the West End with 13 THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

In the Summer of 2012, the National Youth Music Theatre will be collaborating with the American musical theatre composer, lyricist and playwright, JASON ROBERT BROWN.

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STAGE TUBE: Steve Kazee Performs 'Gold' from the Musical ONCE by Stage Tube

ONCE, an acclaimed new musical based on the 2007 Academy Award-winning film, will begin previews on Tuesday, February 28 and open Sunday, March 18 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Check out…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Beginnings and Endings by Chloe Veltman

Beginnings and endings are very important in art, as in life. The start of something and its concluding moments are the moments in performances tend to make the greatest impact on us. What h…

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The best show in town is out of town again by Thomas Garvey

Robert Adelman Hancock and the adorable Megan McGinnis in Daddy Long Legs. Photo: Meghan Moore.This is just a quick note to let you know that by far the most enjoyable show in town right now…

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Review: The Tragedie of Hamlet, Prince of Denmarke -(re)discover theatre by Scotty Zacher

              The Tragedie of Hamlet,     Prince of Denmarke  Written by William Shakespeare   Direc…

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Being the Change: an Interview with Woolly Mammoth’s Jeff Herrmann by Laley Lippard by HowlRound

  Laley: Thank you for meeting with me, Jeff. I was inspired to talk with you after reading Miriam Weisfeld’s article on Connectivity. Exciting ideas, but I’m curious about the …

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Cyber-Narratives: An Invitation that will Blow Your Mind by Miriam Weisfeld by HowlRound

The Carnegie Mellon Entertainment Technology Center looks like somebody crammed Universal Studios Hollywood into a computer lab in Pittsburgh. Between gleaming classrooms, the hallways are l…

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The Weekly Howl: Twitter convo on Tues, Feb 21 “Technology & Theatre – Do They Mix?” by HowlRound

The Weekly Howl: Join HowlRound.com for our weekly Twitter conversation. This week we are exploring “Technology and Theatre – Do they mix”. Check out the article by Miriam …

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NY Review: 'Bad Kid' by Jonathan Mandell

"Bad Kid," David Crabb's one-man show at Axis Theater about his goth-gay Texas adolescence, is vivid and amusing storytelling.

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Island, National Theatre by Alexandra Coghlan

Half-term may be nearly over for many, but there is no shortage of children’s theatre on offer in London at the moment. Long-running family favourites including Shrek the Musical and The L…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Ballet establishment is rocked again as second dancer exits

British ballet is making a habit of mysterious departures. A month after rising star Sergei Polunin shocked the Royal Ballet by exiting stage left, for reasons that remain best known to hims…

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Simon Annand: Behind closed doors

Mark Rylance, on a brief breather from playing Johnny "Rooster" Byron in Jerusalem at the Apollo Theatre, stands with his chest puffed out in his dressing room, which is plastered with pictu…

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Theater Review: ‘I Killed My Mother,’ Andras Visky’s Play, at La MaMa by Ben Brantley

“I Killed My Mother” is the tale of a Romanian orphan who grew up in a strict institution where she had one friend, a boy who taught her the art of turning people into stone.

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Theater Review: ‘Poetic License,’ by Jack Canfora, at 59E59 Theaters by Anita Gates

In “Poetic License,” at 59E59 Theaters, a father is about to be named poet laureate of the United States while his daughter’s boyfriend has something other than romance up his sleeve.

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Jason Robert Brown to Direct Production of 13 Plus Star in Gala Concert at Apollo Theatre by Mark Shenton

Jason Robert Brown will direct a new production of his 2008 Broadway musical 13, to be presented under the auspices of the UK's long-established young people's company at the Nationa…

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STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek of Bailey Hanks in Diablo Theatre Company's LEGALLY BLONDE by Stage Tube

Bailey Hanks, who dazzled audiences as Elle Woods in Legally Blonde, The Musical on Broadway repeats the lead role in Diablo Theatre Company's production of the show, which runs through Marc…

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Spring Space Availability at Collaboraction by Chicago Plays

Collaboraction has space available for up to a 6 week run from April 16 to May 27th in it's theatre in the Flat Iron Arts Building, 1579 N. Milwaukee. $1000 per week. Occupancy of 99. Please…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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In Case You Missed the Revolution by Jason Loewith | HowlRound by Tim

In Case You Missed the Revolution A terrific article by Jason Loewith on “new play theaters”: When a theater invests in the livelihood and artistry of a local writer, it connects…

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 2/20/12

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 22012.

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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR's Josh Young Gets Engaged to Alia Rosenstock! by BroadwayWorld

Josh Young, who will be starring in the role of Judas in the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of Jesus Christ Superstar is engaged to be married to his girlfriend of one year, Alia Rose…

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Charles Shaugnessy to Return to Days of Our Lives by Brian Scott Lipton

Stage and television star Charles Shaugnessy will return to the NBC daytime drama Days of Our Lives as Shane Donovan in May, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The actor played the role c…

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TT: Almanac

"What we, or at any rate what I, refer to confidently as memory--meaning a moment, a scene, a fact that...

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Toby: the sorority report by Brian Logan

The Daykin sisters do comedy sketches sending up their know-it-all uncle and their parents' divorce. How much of it is true? Brian Logan finds outGiven the comic potential of sibling ri…

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Death remains elusive — and so do the chills in 'Kill Me' by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEW: "Kill Me" by WildClaw Theatre at the Athenaeum Theatre ★★ THEATER REVIEW: "Kill Me" by WildClaw Theatre at the Athenaeum Theatre ★★ ... Most horror s…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Tweetup round up: Food, music and photos

LINDENWOOD PARK NEIGHBORHOOD • The association's tweetups highlight neighborhood restaurants. Where 3500 Winehaus, 3500 Watson Road, St. Louis • When 5:30-7 p.m. Feb. 28 • More info ht…

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Al Hirschfeld Biography to Get 2015 Release by BroadwayWorld

According to the New York Times, Al Hirschfeld, who passed away in 2003, will get his own biography in the near future. Ellen Stern, who wrote about the artist in 1987 for GQ, will write th…

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Beth Leavel, Jenn Colella and More to Headline NC Theatre's STEEL MAGNOLIAS by BroadwayWorld

North Carolina Theatre today announced that Tony Award-winning actress and Raleigh native, Beth Leavel, will star as MLynn in their upcoming production of Steel Magnolias. The play will run …

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BWW TV: Broadway's ONCE Meets the Press! by BroadwayWorld TV

Today, the company of ONCE met the press and BroadwayWorld was there to chat with the team

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Enter the ANYTHING GOES Cocktail Contest! by Contests

Enter the Roundabout Theatre Company's ANYTHING GOES Cocktail Contest You could win two 2 tickets to see ANYTHING GOES on Broadway valid for one 1 performance from March 26, 2012 to Septembe…

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NY Review: 'Sally and Tom (The American Way)' by David A. Rosenberg

Castillo Theater's revival of the musical "Sally and Tom," about the relationship between slave Sally Hemings and Thomas Jefferson, is emotionless.

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FRIGID Festival Interview - Rachelle Elie of "Big Girls Don't Cry" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison Rachelle Elie has been developing her unique vision of contemporary society for over fifteen years, beginning at Bishop’s University with a Bachelor of Arts degree. …

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FRIGID Festival Interview - Bill Stiteler of "Man Saved By Condiments!" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison Bill Stiteler is the co-founder of Theatre Arlo, and the writer/director of “Watching Porn” and “THACO,” the latter of which he adapted into a short film. He co-wr…

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Rotterdam dance troupe opens Distinctively Dutch Festival strongly

Who would have thought that the land of canals and wooden shoes would connect so perfectly with the city known for its bridges and and steel? Yet, for a short time on Saturday night at the B…

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Representations of gay men by Daniel Marshall

Guest blogger Daniel Marshall tackles the question of gay representation on the stage.

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Femme Fatale’ — group exhibition at Cella Gallery by Pauline Adamek

Cella Gallery is pleased to present Femme Fatale, a group exhibition featuring the works of over 35 innovative artists handpicked by curators  Nicole Bruckman and Stephanie Chefas. An arche…

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IN THE WAKE at San Diego Repertory Theatre by Welton Jones

In Lisa Kron’s excellent play IN THE WAKE, now being marvelously presented by the San Diego Rep in their Lyceum Space, everybody is eloquent and everybody suffers. This is chewy theat…

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VISITING MR. GREEN at North Coast Repertory Theatre by Welton Jones

”Visiting Mr. Green” is a Yiddisher bon-bon, perfect as a recommendation for elderly Jewish relatives interested in a night out. Really, really elderly. Because things have chang…

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FREUD'S LAST SESSION Celebrates 600th Performance Tonight by BroadwayWorld

FREUD’S LAST SESSION, the play by Mark St. Germain, will celebrate its 600th performance tonight, February 20th at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street). FREUD’S LAST SESSION is the wi…

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Russell Brand to star in Eric Idle stage comedy in L.A. by David Ng

Russell Brand, stage actor? The British comedian, performer and tabloid fixture is coming to the Orpheum Theatre in downtown L.A. Russell Brand, stage actor? The British comedian, performer …

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Quality helps theater drive social change - Colin Dabkowski - The Buffalo News by Mike Daisey

Quality helps theater drive social change - Colin Dabkowski - The Buffalo News:With the help of other articles written about Apple during the past month and a half, Daisey’s stunning perfo…

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L.A. Weekly Critic Steven Leigh Morris Gets Two-Book Deal to Write About L.A. Theater History, Chickens

Steven Leigh MorrisMorris' chicken, Fortinbras​The Weekly's critic-at-large, Steven Leigh Morris, has landed a two-book publishing deal with New Hampshire-based Smith and Kraus Publishers.…

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Russell Brand to star in Eric Idle stage comedy in L.A. by David Ng

Russell Brand, stage actor? The British comedian, performer and tabloid fixture will try his hand at a new medium when he stars in a stage play written by Eric Idle that will have a four-per…

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Russell Brand to Star in Eric Idle Stage Musical WHAT ABOUT DICK? by BroadwayWorld

According to comedy.co.uk, comedian Russell Brand is set to take the starring role in Eric Idle's latest stage musical WHAT ABOUT DICK at LA's Orpheum Theatre.

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Blast From The Past: Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes, and Eric McCormack by Walter McBride

Welcome to BroadwayWorld.com's newest photo series 'Photo Blast From the Past'. Featuring some of the collected theatre gem's of BroadwayWorld's own senior photographer Walter McBride, the s…

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BWW Expands in Indianapolis! Positions Available for Contributing Editors! by BroadwayWorld

Interested in joining BroadwayWorld's worldwide network of published authorsBroadwayWorld.com is currently seeking talented theater enthusiasts to head up feature coverage in Indianapolis.

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BWW Expands in Austin! Positions Available for Contributing Editors! by BroadwayWorld

Interested in joining BroadwayWorld's worldwide network of published authorsBroadwayWorld.com is currently seeking talented theater enthusiasts to head up feature coverage in Austin.

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BWW Expands in Washington DC! Contributing Editors Wanted by BroadwayWorld

Interested in joining BroadwayWorld's worldwide network of published authorsBroadwayWorld.com is currently seeking talented theater enthusiasts to head up feature coverage in Washington DC a…

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BWW Expands in Vermont! Contributing Editors Wanted by BroadwayWorld

Interested in joining BroadwayWorld's worldwide network of published authorsBroadwayWorld.com is currently seeking talented theater enthusiasts to head up feature coverage in Vermont.

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Toni Collette, Anthony LaPaglia, Liev Schreiber Set for Sydney Unplugged Film by Brian Scott Lipton

Tony Award winners Anthony LaPaglia and Liev Schreiber and Touy Award nominee and Emmy Award winner Toni Collette will among the directors involved in the feature film Sydney Unplugged, acc…

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Rotterdam dance troupe opens Dutch festival strongly

Who would have thought that the land of canals and wooden shoes would connect so perfectly with the city known for its bridges and

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The Trial of Dennis the Menace – review by Lyn Gardner

Southbank Centre, LondonDennis the Menace is almost an OAP. He first appeared in the Beano in 1951, but for generations of children he – and his partners in crime, Minnie the Minx and Roge…

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FRIGID Festival Interview - D'yan Forest of "I Married a Nun" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison D’yan Forest (actor/writer/producer), 77 years young, has been lighting up audiences for over seven decades.  She started early with piano, then ukulele, moved onto…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: "Of Mice and Men" by Wendy Rosenfield

At People’s Light and Theatre Company’s, director David Bradley keeps John Steinbeck’s 1937 classic "Of Mice and Men" stripped to its bare essence, says critic Wendy Rosenfield.

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Plenty of roads to try.... by Mark Shenton

Broadway (and the West End) is strewn with the corpses of bad musicals, some of them (like Rock of Ages or We Will Rock You) still breathing, against all the odds. But sometimes, by the same…

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Haydn Gwynne on Her Role in "Richard III"

Haydn Gwynne talks about her role as Queen Elizabeth in the Bridge Project’s production of "Richard III" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, directed by Sam Mendes and featuring Kevin Spacey…

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Why Sleigh Bells Is The Definitive Protest Music of My Generation by Ethan Stanislawski

Last year, when I was on a public bus in Bloomington, Indiana, the bus driver pulled the bus over, grabbed me by the shoulder, and said to cut it out or he’d call the police. In a scen…

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LYSISTRATA JONES Gets a Makeover: New High School 'Varsity' Version in the Works by BroadwayWorld

According to the official LYSISTRATA JONES blog, Douglas Carter Beane and Lewis Flinn are currently at work on a high school-friendly edition of the Broadway comedy, which will be made avail…

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Review: Oohrah! (LiveWire Chicago) by Scotty Zacher

As part of Steppenwolf's Garage Rep Series 2012, LiveWire Chicago's *Oohrah!* is bleak, reductionist and simplistic, exploiting stereotypes that “Hurt Locker” at least tried to justify.

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Michael Douglas, Tina Fey, Chris Rock, Ben Stiller to Present at 84th Annual Academy Awards by Andy Propst

An updated list of presenters has been announced for the 84th Annual Academy Awards, to be held on Sunday, February 26 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles and aired live on ABC-TV. Tony Awar…

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Fyvush Finkel, Mike Stoller Set for Museum at Eldridge Street's In Conversation Series by Brian Scott Lipton

Guests have been announced for the upcoming In Conversation Speaker Series at the Museum at Eldridge Street; The Series is part of an ongoing 125th Anniversary celebration of Jewish life an…

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WOS TV: Theatreland's finest gather for 2012 WOS Awards

The stars of Theatreland descended on the Prince of Wales Theatre last night to hear the results of the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards - the only major theatre awards to be decided entirely by…

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uPick: President the Musical by Michael Block

We're starting something new here on theaterinthenow.com. We want to hear from you! So let your creativity start flowing with the first uPick, President's Day Edition! Today, we want to know…

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Twist of Gold, Polka Theatre, London by Ronnie Haydon

Polka Theatre, London: Michael Morpurgo's sensitive portrayals of man's inhumanity to man, and how the fallout affects children, translate well into theatre for young people. In th…

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FROM THE CAPTAIN'S CHAIR by Matt Windman

William Shatner’s new one-man show makes for a fun evening of personal reminiscing, video clips and one of his strange musical performances.

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Patience, Union, London, February 15-March 10 by Paul Vale

Union, London, February 15-March 10: After opening at the Savoy Theatre in 1881, Patience became a huge success for Gilbert and Sullivan, eventually running even longer than their previous h…

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Taking Steps, Grange Arts Centre, Oldham by Andrew Liddle

Grange Arts Centre, Oldham: As the sun began to sink on the 1970s, Robin Herford was touring with Alan Ayckbourn's latest play, Taking Steps. One of the venues was the Grange, which by …

Linked From The Stage at 02:22PM

Beatrice and Benedict, Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff by Susie Wild

Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff: Berlioz's last opera is an adaptation of Shakespeare's playful comedy Much Ado About Nothing and, sung in English, is perhaps one of the more acce…

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Of Mice and Men, Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh by Thom Dibdin

Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh: Royal Lyceum associate artist John Dove takes up where he left off after his cycle of Arthur Miller plays with a solid production of Of Mice and Men. As a di…

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The Language Archive by Tim Treanor

Emma (Katie Atkinson), an assistant in a laboratory dedicated to the preservation of dying languages, is trying to learn Esperanto. She is having heavy weather of it. Finally she blurts out …

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Julie Taymor reaches agreement with ‘Spider-Man’ by Loganne

The battle between producers of Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark and former director of the production Julie Taymor has been settled and Taymor should be flying high. Producers have agreed to p…

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Patience – review by Michael Billington

Union theatre, LondonThis is the third all-male version of Gilbert and Sullivan that Sasha Regan has directed at this tiny Southwark theatre. But, while the result is as "blithe and gay" as …

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Beckett: Feck It: Review by Robert Crew

Tom Rooney, Laura Condlin and Sofia Tomic shine in Play, one of several Samuel Beckett works in Queen of Puddings’ Beckett: Feck It!

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Photo Coverage: Meet Cristin Milioti, Steve Kazee & the Company of ONCE! by Jennifer Broski

ONCE, an acclaimed new musical based on the 2007 Academy Award-winning film, will begin previews on Tuesday, February 28 and open Sunday, March 18 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre. Today, th…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:41PM

STAGE TUBE: In Rehearsal with Ballard, Montevecchi, Reams in DOIN' IT FOR LOVE by Stage Tube

Hollywood and Broadway award-winners Kaye Ballard, Liliane Montevecchi, and Lee Roy Reams are to star in Doin' It For Love, a Broadway-style tribute to the standards and the stories behind t…

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How I Learned to Drive, Second Stage, New York

Elizabeth Reaser gives an excellent performance in this memory play about a paedophile uncle and his niece, writes Brendan Lemon

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Mike Daisey takes on Apple apologists, and invites performers to do his show, royalty free by Lorraine Treanor

How Mike Daisey has changed America Mike Daisey brought his provocative, withering attack on the state of regional theater, How Theater Failed America, to Woolly Mammoth in 2009. Why are suc…

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Dissonance

Legit Reviews||Los Angeles: The script needs work, but Crispin Whittell's stylish production makes for a not unsatisfying evening.

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"Wedding" proclaims advocacy for same-sex marriage

Despite its provocative title, this musical reveals itself less as a tangle of beliefs and more of a full-throated celebration of marriage equality.

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A 'Buzzer' that's right on time

REVIEW: A compelling, well-acted new play turns on touchy issues of racial identity.

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New musical ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ postponed by Loganne

According to Patrick Healy of the New York Times, the musical adaptation of ‘Sleepless in Seattle’ has been delayed. The world premiere was supposed to take place in June, but has been p…

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Alli Mauzey, Andy Kelso Join Wicked Tour February 24 by David Rogers

Alli Mauzey and Andy Kelso soon will join the cast of the first North American touring version of “Wicked.” Mauzey will be playing the role of Glinda, which she has previously played on …

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at noon (Broadway Time)
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The Heresy of Love, Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon

This worthy play falls squarely into the genre of “independent woman squashed by the patriarchy” dramas, writes Ian Shuttleworth

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Blood Knot, Signature Center, New York

This production of Athol Fugard’s 1961 play is less satisfying than the new theatre complex that hosts it, writes Brendan Lemon

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PHOTO CALL: Encores! Merrily We Roll Along Closing Night by Joseph Marzullo

The acclaimed City Center Encores! production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's short-lived but tuneful Broadway musical Merrily We Roll Along ended its limited engagement at the fa…

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What's Playing on Broadway This Week: February 20-26 by BroadwayWorld

Look below to see what Broadway shows are playing on each night this week. Want to know what Broadway shows have Sunday evening performances Which Broadway shows have Wednesday matinees Just…

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West End Star Linzi Hateley to Appear in LES MISERABLES Film by Marcel Konrath

West End star Linzi Hateley is involved in the upcoming Les Miserables movie.

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Belfast arts fund wins reprieve by Michael Quinn

The Northern Ireland Assembly has given a one-year reprieve to the Laganside Arts Grant with a one-off cash injection of £250,000 less than a week after announcing it was to close in M…

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Tuner version of 'The Bodyguard' set to bow

Legit News: Heather Headley to take Whitney Houston role

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Stone Arch Fest to live on in 2012

Matt Mithun of the Somerset Amphitheater is taking over the event after founder Ira Heilicher died last summer.

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Elizabeth Pursey obituary

The inspirational voice coach Elizabeth Pursey has died aged 89. Elizabeth had a long teaching association with the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. From the late 1970s, she also worked on man…

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Riverdance Closes North American Tour by David Rogers

The North American touring version of “Riverdance” has been continuously on tour since 1996, and has sometimes had two companies touring simultaneously. But now the tour is in its final …

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Songs From Tonight's SMASH Episode Now Available on iTunes by BroadwayWorld

NBC has announced that select songs from tonights third episode of NBCs new critically acclaimed musical drama series SMASH Mondays, 10-11 p.m. ET, will be available today from NBCUniversal …

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Photo EXCLUSIVE: Sir Paul McCartney Visits MARY POPPINS by Christina Mancuso

Sir Paul McCartney, along with his wife, Nancy, and daughter, Beatrice, attended a Broadway matinee performance of Mary Poppins on Saturday, February 18.

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BWW Poll Results: Voters Want Jonathan Groff in the SPRING AWAKENING Movie! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld reported earlier this month that E Online revealed that Spring Awakening's original Wendla, GLEE star Lea Michele, is being courted for her old role in the upcoming film versio…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 2/20- THE TAMING OF THE SHREW by Stage Tube

Today in 1957, The Taming of the Shrew openend at the Phoenix Theatre, where it ran for 23 performances. A comedy by William Shakespeare, the play is believed to have been written between 15…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Sophie Evans, Russell Grant in THE WIZARD OF OZ by BroadwayWorld

Original cast members Michael Crawford and Danielle Hope both recently departed the West End production of THE WIZARD OF OZ, and have been replaced by Over the Rainbow finalist Sopie Evans a…

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Notice: This Week's Broadway Grosses Due 2/21 by BroadwayWorld

FYI, due to the President's Day holiday in the United States today, Monday February 20, 2012 this week's grosses will be released on Tuesday February 21, 2012.

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The Merchant of Venice by Larry Bangs

The Merchant of Venice is rightfully considered one of  Shakespeare’s “problem plays” with its dark overtones of anti-Semitism and a feud between a Jew standing obstinately with the …

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 11:20AM

Stageit brings live music anywhere, could theater be next? by Ken Davenport

As the big behemoths in the music biz try to figure out what the &#$@ they are going to do with their turned-upside-down business model, some young tech-savvy upstarts are coming with id…

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Monday theatre roundup: on phones and festivals by Lyn Gardner

The Donmar finds a new answer to the perennial mobile problem, and are theatres getting more middle of the road?Switching audiences on to switch it offWe all know how annoying it is when som…

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Beckett with music - and many rests by J. Kelly Nestruck

Voice and trumpet combine with Irish-born playwright’s absurdist dialogue to illuminate the human condition

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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A bounty of cultural influences

REVIEW: Jin Xing Dance Theatre Shanghai conjures references to Chinese, Western and minimalist approaches to modern dance.

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New West End SWEENEY TODD with Michael Ball & Imelda Staunton to Receive Cast Recording by BroadwayWorld

Following sell-out success at Chichester Festival Theatre, Jonathan Kent's acclaimed production of Sweeney Todd transfers to London's West End for a limited season from 10 March 2012. Widely…

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Seminar’s Hamish Linklater Opens Up About His Life in the Theater and How Actors Are Like Alcoholics by Josh Ferri

If ever an actor was born to take the stage, it is Hamish Linklater. Son of revered Shakespeare teacher Kristin Linklater, he grew up on Edith Wharton's estate in the Berkshires and perf…

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Countdown to the Oscars! Top Five Stage Roles of Best Actress Nominee Glenn Close by Kathy Henderson

Five of Broadway’s finest actors are in the running for 2012 Academy Awards! In honor of their stellar work onscreen, Broadway.com is looking back at the most unforgettable stage …

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The King’s Speech, Theatre Royal, Nottingham

The play that inspired the movie finally receives its first staging in this extravagantly cast production, writes Ian Shuttleworth

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The Bodyguard: musical of Whitney Houston film to open in West End by Matt Trueman

Tony and Grammy award-winner Heather Headley will star in a musical version of Whitney Houston's 1992 film, which opens at London's Adelphi theatre in NovemberA musical version of The Bodygu…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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BWW TV Exclusive: BACKSTAGE WITH RICHARD RIDGE: Lea Salonga on Life, Family and Video Game Obsessions by Richard Ridge

Today on Backstage with Richard Ridge, we bring you Richard in conversation with international songbird Lea Salonga, best known for originating the role of Kim in the West End production of …

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UP ON THE MARQUEE: MAGIC/BIRD! by Up On The Marquee

MAGICBIRD, a new play from the team that brought you LOMBARDI on Broadway, will play the Longacre Theater beginning Wednesday, March 21, 2012 in anticipation of an April 11, 2012 opening nig…

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Review: Mind Over Manhattan by Andy Propst

The famed mentalist once again astonishes with his new show.

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Woody Allen Wins Writers Guild of America Award by Brian Scott Lipton

Oscar winner and noted playwright Woody Allen has won the Writers Guild of America award for original screenplay for his film Midnight in Paris. Other films and television series honoured b…

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Blythe Danner and Brian O'Byrne Cast in GIided Lilys Pilot by Brian Scott Lipton

Tony Award and Emmy Award winner Blythe Danner and Tony Award nominee Brian O'Byrne have been cast in the ABC drama pilot Gilded Lillys, according to Deadline.com. The series is set in…

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:27AM

Stars of Vaudeville #447: Roland West by Trav S.D.

  Today is the birthday of Hollywood film director Roland West. Born Roland Van Zimmer this day in 1885, he was part of a family of actors from Cleveland, OH. He began acting in vaudeville …

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New directors for NSDF and HighTide by Alistair Smith

Michael Brazier has been appointed to succeed Holly Kendrick as director of the National Student Drama Festival.

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Wayne Eagling to leave English National Ballet by Natalie Woolman

Wayne Eagling is to leave his role as artistic director of English National Ballet at the end of this summer.

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President's Day Links by Rob Weinert-Kendt

Not that these are presidentially themed...Bad reviews as a potty-training tool? That's one way to put them behind you.Smash superfan sez: Don't watch it tonight.Looking for some good news a…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Fuse Concert Review: Peter Serkin/BSO/Stéphane Denève by Arts Fuse Editor

Perhaps most remarkably, BSO conductor Stéphane Denève managed to create an atmosphere in which the Symphony Hall audience, which at this time of year sometimes sounds like it’s made up …

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I Was There: The Broadway TweetSeat by Jordan Levine

I was chosen to be apart of a group of Twitter members that were invited to live-tweet during the Broadway production Godspell. As a fan of the show itself and this production, I went into …

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Review: Singin’ in the Rain at Curtainup/London by Lizzie Loverdige

Jonathan Church’s well received production of from Chichester comes into London’s famous musical theatre.

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FREUD'S LAST SESSION To Play President's Day Weekend Schedule 2/19 by BroadwayWorld

FREUD’S LAST SESSION will play a special President’s Day Weekend schedule at New World Stages (340 West 50th Street). There will be an added performance Sunday evening, February 19th at …

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PRESS Pass: Brian Stokes Mitchell

Tony Award-winning actor Brian Stokes Mitchell thinks politicians and actors have a lot in common. "It's kind of one in the same. It's showmanship, you know, it's trying to convince people o…

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Terry Burrell stars in the world premiere of her one-woman show 'Ethel!'

HAROLD ARLEN and Irving Berlin wrote poignant, powerful songs - "Stormy Weather" and "Supper Time" - just for Ethel Waters to emote in Cotton Club and Broadway revues. Th…

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Review: The Recurtiting Officer curtainup/london by Lizzie Loverdige

Josie Rourke kicks of her residency at the Donmar Warehouse with a cracking production of George Farquhar's oft neglected masterpiece.

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Top 10 in theater for week of Feb. 19, 2012 by Joe Dziemianowicz

1. Eugene O’Neill The Wooster Group presents his tales of sailors under the main mast, “Early Plays,” through March 11. (St. Ann…

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Menken & Lloyd Webber: 3 shows each on Broadway  by Joe Dziemianowicz

It’s a showtune showdown this spring. The stage is set for a battle for musical-theater domination between two top-tier composers. In one corner: Alan Menken, 62, from N…

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People You Should Know . . . Montserrat Mendez by Zack

Montserrat Mendez is awriter.  His first full-length play, Thoroughly Stupid Things,premiered at Manhattan Theatre Source in 2008 and was later called “a comicmasterwork” by Ba…

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Q&A with Bothell-raised 'Beauty and the Beast' star

A Q&A with Logan Denninghoff, who plays Gaston in the touring stage production of "Beauty and the Beast" that's coming to Seattle Feb. 21-26.

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Hilton Als: Athol Fugard’s “Blood Knot” and apartheid in South Africa. by Hilton Als

The two men look as though they’d crawled out from under a rock into a landscape of broken glass and shit. Their little shack, in the South African town of Port Elizabeth, is less a ho…

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Goings on About Town: The Theatre by The New Yorker

PageBreak -->OPENINGS AND PREVIEWS Please call the phone number listed with the theatre for timetables and ticket information. ASSISTANCE Playwrights Horizons presents a new play by…

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The Wicked Stage: The Full McNulty by Mike Daisey

The Wicked Stage: The Full McNulty:But it's the best, most forceful articulation of a theme McNulty's touched before (and his predecessor tackled from a slightly different angle), and more i…

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Everett arts center revitalizes downtown, artists

The city of Everett's new art center, open since April of last year, offers workshops, demonstrations, a gallery and affordable housing for artists.

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'Riverdance' saying goodbye to North America by Associated Press

NEW YORK - When Julian Erskine last saw the American touring company of "Riverdance," he had to smile. He was...

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Regional theater's art moving off center stage by Charles McNulty

Critic's Notebook: Fiscal concerns are stealing the spotlight at regional theaters, resulting in facile productions and less risk.Critic's Notebook: Fiscal concerns are stealing the spotligh…

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Goodspeed, Long Wharf, Alley, Other Regional Theaters on Actor Housing by Doug Strassler

The Goodspeed Opera house in East Haddam, Connecticut recently opening the "Artists Village," with 17 homes and 65 fully furnished bedrooms.

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Once-bloodied 'Carrie' is back by Ronni Reich

Molly Ranson in "Carrie." Sing a song of pig’s blood? Not so fast. “Carrie” — the story of a tortured teenager who channels her rage through telekinesis after classmates do…

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Zachary Infante: Songs For A New World Interview

"Call Me Adam" once again chats with rising performer Zachary Infante about starring in "GAP: Songs For A New World," at NYU (music by Jason Robert Brown) through February 25 as well as othe…

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Photo Coverage: More From The Whatsonstage.com Awards! by BroadwayWorld

Missed out on last night's Whatsonstage.com awards Check out our photo coverage from the red carpet and the press room

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PETER AND THE STARCATCHER Tickets Go on Sale Today by BroadwayWorld

Tickets for the Broadway production of PETER AND THE STARCATCHER go on sale today. Peter and the Starcatcher, which is co-directed by Tony Award-winner Roger Rees and Tony Award-nominee Alex…

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Feature: Playing Around in London by David Finkle

TheaterMania reports on eight worthy prodcutions, including Absent Friends, Collaborators, The Comedy of Errors, and The Recruiting Officer.

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More Cutbacks for Arts Coverage in Tradional Media by Rebecca Coleman

Last week, I got this email from Jo Ledingham, the theatre critic at The Vancouver Courier: As a freelance theatre critic, I reviewed more than a hundred local theatre productions on the pag…

Linked From Rebecca Coleman at 08:16AM

On "Top MFA Programs" by Scott Walters

I get a lot of traffic on this site due to a couple posts that Dennis Baker links to in his 2008 post "Rutgers MFA Acting Program". Today, there was a comment I'd like to give more circulati…

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Thanks For Joining

Thank you for your interest in FootLights Publishing, Inc. In order to be of more effective service for your interests, please tell us how we may help you. If you’re interested in contacti…

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Four Clowns at South Coast Repertory Feb 17,18,19

Fresh off their Top of the Fringe win at the 2011 Hollywood Fringe, Four Clowns toured the nation with their original show in the Summer of 2011. And now that it’s all said and done th…

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Company Creation Festival

Award-winning theatre company Son of Semele Ensemble (SOSE) will present the 2nd annual Company Creation Festival (CCF), playing in Silver Lake at the Son of Semele Theater through March 4, …

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Spidey is coming to Theatre Unleashed!

  Everyone’s favorite web-slinger is ready to join TU! Launching its 5th year, Theatre Unleashed is proud to present the WEST COAST PREMIERE of The Spidey Project: With Great Power Co…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Last week in Melbourne by Alison Croggon

Regular readers will know that Ms TN has spent the past few years vainly attempting to find a balanced life. Every year I vow to see less theatre; every year my vow crumbles spectacularly, l…

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Happy Salentine's Day by Linda

On February 13, I celebrated Salentine's Day at Joe's Pub, so named for the musical being performed that night, Salamander Leviathan by Krista Knight and Barry Brinegar. The show debuted at …

Linked From Pataphysical Science at 07:46AM

BWW's On This Day - February 20, 2012

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 20 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:36AM

Mitchell Jarvis Returns to ROCK OF AGES Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Mitchell Jarvis, who has starred in ROCK OF AGES since it opened on Broadway in 2009 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Texas, returns from his leave of absence to the show tonight, on February…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:36AM

Travelling Light Trailer by National Theatre

Travelling Light Trailer International screenings of Travelling Light continue. To find your nearest venue and book tickets visit http://www.ntlive.com From: NationalTheatre Views: 4 0…

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Matilda scoops four Whatsonstage Awards by Natalie Woolman

Matilda the Musical led the winners' list at the Whatsonstage Awards last night, picking up four gongs including newcomer of the year for composer Tim Minchin.

Linked From The Stage at 07:12AM

Can millionaire comedians still connect with their fans? by Brian Logan

Standups like Peter Kay and John Bishop pride themselves on being everyman comedians. So does it matter if they're raking in squillions every year?It's often said that football has never bee…

Linked From The Guardian at 07:01AM
Monday, February 20, 2012 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Adam Riches: Bring Me the Head of Adam Riches by Imogen Sarre

Unlike other comedians, Riches’s material is not primarily observational humour; there is only the briefest smattering of crude sexual innuendos or vulgar swearing, and the one liners are …

Linked From A Younger Theatre at 06:57AM

Illusory Control by Don Hall

Don't get me wrong. There are plenty of dangers in the world. Human beings manage to survive weather, predators, and the ill-fated consequences of their own myopic stupidity by the skin of…

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La Shica Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler’s Wells, London

Flamenco singer-dancer La Shica performs a traditional Sevillanas, moving with courtly seriousness. Then she and her band add a bassline, teasing rhythms and shapes. She turns to the audienc…

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GHOST THE MUSICAL to Release West End Tickets up to April 2013 on 3/28 by BroadwayWorld

GHOST THE MUSICAL, now entering its second year in the West End, will be releasing over 250,000 new tickets for sale next month, on March 28, taking bookings at the Piccadilly Theatre to Apr…

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Poet in New York Sadler’s Wells London

Towards the end of his show Poet in New York, flamenco star Rafael Amargo tenderly leads each of his musicians off stage, one by one. You might think this was an early curtain call, a chance…

Linked From The Independent at 06:35AM

Blog: A wedding & Awards in West End

Sunday is not a day I usually spend in the West End, but of course the Whatsonstage.com Awards Concert filled the area with stars yesterday and most of them headed straight to the Delfont Ro…

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Photos: Winners celebrate at Whatsonstage.com Awards

The winners of the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards - the only major UK theatre awards to be voted for entirely by the theatregoing public - were announced last night (19 February 2012) durin…

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Matt Rees named Leicester Comedian of the Year by Alistair Smith

Matt Rees has won this year's Leicester Mercury Comedian of the Year Award given out at Dave's Leicester Comedy Festival.

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Photos: Winners celebrate at 2012 WOS Awards

The winners of the 2012 Whatsonstage.com Awards - the only major UK theatre awards to be voted for entirely by the theatregoing public - were announced last night (19 February 2012) durin…

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Blog: A Wedding and Awards in West End

Sunday is not a day I usually spend in the West End, but of course the Whatsonstage.com awards concert filled the area with stars yesterday and most of them headed straight to the Delfont Ro…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:15AM
Monday, February 20, 2012 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Removed: Lindsay Duncan interview

This article was launched early. It will be reinstated on Sunday 26 February 2012.guardian.co.uk © 2012 Guardian News and Media Limited or its affiliated companies. All rights reserved.…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Magic Words of Continued Success: Please and Thank You by Admin

Posted in Networking  I’m curious- how often during the course of the month do any of your colleagues make demands of you without asking, “please?” How often is it that you do a f…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Mind reader’s show ESP-ecially enjoyable by Frank Scheck

One thing’s guaranteed about an evening with Marc Salem — he’ll mess with your head. The renowned mentalist does it again in his latest show, “Mind Over Manhattan,” which will leav…

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‘License’ to thrill by Frank Scheck

It’s hard to imagine that a crackling drama could revolve around a poet laureate’s career. But Jack Canfora’s “Poetic License” manages to render a tale of artistic ambition and hid…

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Regina Gatti by League of Professional Theatre Women

Producer New York, New York USA Where do you look for inspiration? Music, musicals, plays, friends and family! What’s your favorite book / movie / line from a play / pop culture guilty ple…

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Monday, February 20, 2012 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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The Depressing State Of (California's) Regional Theatre

Los Angeles Times 02/19/12

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Playbill Offers Listen of Feb. 20 "Smash" Song "Mr. and Mrs. Smith," With Megan Hilty and Will Chase by Kenneth Jones

"Mr. and Mrs. Smith," the latest show tune to be revealed from Marilyn the Musical — the show-within-a-show in the NBC series "Smash" — is available for downl…

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"Jimmy Fallon" Broadway Week Kicks Off Feb. 20 with How to Succeed's Nick Jonas by Andrew Gans

"Late Night With Jimmy Fallon," which airs weeknights at 12:35 AM ET on NBC, kicks off its "Broadway Week" Feb. 20.

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Porgy and Bess Star Joshua Henry Offers Soul Weakness Concert at the Triad Feb. 20 by Michael Gioia

Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry, who currently stars as Jake in the Broadway revival of The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, offers a solo concert entitled Soul Weakness Feb. 20 at The Triad T…

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Box Office for Broadway's Peter and the Starcatcher Opens Feb. 20 by Adam Hetrick

The Brooks Atkinson Theatre box office opens Feb. 20 for the Broadway transfer of Peter and the Starcatcher, the prequel to the tale of Peter Pan, which will take flight before audiences beg…

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Jessica Snow Wilson, Danny Gurwin, Kate Pazakis and More Join Composer Scott Alan for Feb. 20 Los Angeles Concert by Andrew Gans

Composer-lyricist Scott Alan offers tunes from his songbook Feb. 20 at Los Angeles' Show At Barre.

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The Return of Andrew Lloyd Webber; The Truth Is He Never Left Us by Ruth Leon

With the spring arrival of two revivals of his past classics — Evita and Jesus Christ Superstar — Phantom composer Andrew Lloyd Webber will have three musicals on Broadway at the same tim…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: William Shatner Visits "Good Morning America" (Video) by Michael Gioia

William Shatner, the Emmy-winning actor best known for his work on TV's "Star Trek" and "Boston Legal," recently sat down on "Good Morning America" to talk …

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, February 19, 2012 - Sunday, February 19, 2012.

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Interview: Dennis Foon on New Canadian Kid by The Charlebois Post

Warona Steshwaelo and Mike Payette in New Canadian Kid(photo: Ashley Belmer)Veteran Canadian WriterUpstage  host Eric Sukhu spoke with playwright Dennis Foon about his play New Canadian…

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Openings We're Tracking, February 20-26, 2012 by The Charlebois Post

This week the community theatre group Eastside Players are premiering a new work (we just like saying that phrase...makes us hum). Rapture, by Joanna Murray-Smith, tells of a group of friend…

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