Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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People You Should Know . . . Cory Conley by Zack Calhoon

Cory Conley’s play The More Loving One received the Overall Excellence Award for Best Play in the 2011 New York International Fringe Festival and was included in the Encores…

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People You Should Know . . . Craig Baldwin by Zack Calhoon

Craig Baldwin is a director and actor in Theater, Film and Television. He currently serves as Associate Artistic Producer of Red Bull Theater, an Associate Artist at Classic Stage Compa…

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Aside from its travel resume, Globe's 'Hamlet' has no great reason to be by Chris Jones

THEATER REVIEWS: "Hamlet" by Shakespeare's Globe at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★ THEATER REVIEWS: "Hamlet" by Shakespeare's Globe at Chicago Shakespeare Theater ★★…

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek at Jesse Tyler Ferguson on TLC's WHO DO YOU THINK YOU ARE? by TV News Desk

Last summer's season of Who Do You Think You Are led some of the world's most famous celebrities to make remarkable discoveries - from finding they were descended from European royalty to le…

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Public Theater Season Tix on Sale, Including Lin-Manuel Miranda Hip-Hop Musical Hamilton by Adam Hetrick

Tickets are now on sale for the Public Theater's 2014-15 season, which will include the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical Hamilton, as well as The Total Bent, a new musical from Passing Strange…

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Kirstie Alley's Broadway-Themed TV Land Series Kirstie Canceled After One Season by Ryan McPhee

The curtain is coming down on Kirstie Alley’s (televised) Broadway career. According to The Hollywood Reporter, her TV Land series Kirstie has been canceled after one season. The show,…

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Daae Days: Backstage at The Phantom of the Opera with Sierra Boggess, Episode 5: Cooking with Norm by Broadway.com

This week, Sierra Boggess shows us what Norm Lewis is cooking up backstage at The Phantom of the Opera. Spoiler alert: it's dinner!

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Ticket Offer: Two Tickets for £10 to If Destroyed Still True at Battersea Arts Centre by Lucia Genziani

If Destroyed Still True Molly Naylor and Iain Ross Battersea Arts Centre, 30 – 31 July Last year Molly saw an old school friend in a sauna. Rather than engage in small talk, she found …

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Kristiana Rae Colón Wins 2014 Dionysos Cup with Slam Poetry Play OCTAGON by Michael Roberts

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Shattered Globe Theatre Launches 2014-15 Season with Midwest Premiere of THE WHALESHIP ESSEX By Founding Ensemble Member Joe Forbrich Directed by Lou by Michael Roberts

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CITY WINERY CHICAGO SPECIAL ALL-AGES SHOWING OF ROCK DOCUMENTARY “MISTAKEN FOR STRANGERS” TUESDAY, AUGUST 5, 8PM by Michael Roberts

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MCL CHICAGO ANNOUNCES WEEKLY SCHEDULE OF MUSIC, COMEDY AND LIVE PERFORMANCES FOR AUGUST by Michael Roberts

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CASCABEL Extends Through Aug. 31, New Block of Tix On Sale July 30 by Michael Roberts

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Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Star in The Band Wagon at City Center by Andrew Gans

Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell, the acclaimed singing actor most recently on Broadway in Women on the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown, will star in The Band Wagon, an Encores! Special …

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PHOTO CALL: A Very First Look at the World Premiere of Finding Neverland, Starring Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly by Matthew Blank

Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly head the cast of the American Repertory Theater world-premiere musical Finding Neverland, which began performances July 23 under the direction of Tony …

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Trey Parker's CANNIBAL! THE MUSICAL and Zombie Musical EVIL DEAD Set for Starvox's 10th Anniversary Season by Louisa Brady

In Starvox Entertainment's 10th anniversary season, President Corey Ross plans for a season of 'full-blooded entertainment,' featuring Trey Parker's CANNIBAL THE MUSICAL and Toronto favorite…

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Civil Rights Activist David Mixner to Debut OH HELL NO! at New World Stages This Fall by BroadwayWorld

Legendary civil rights activist and author David Mixner will premiere Oh Hell No, an evening autobiographical storytelling, in a special one-night-only event on Monday, October 27, 2014 at 7…

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Lea Michele Shares New Photo From SONS OF ANARCHY Set by Pat Cerasaro

Broadway headliner and GLEE star Lea Michele recently announced that she would be appearing on the hit FX drama series SONS OF ANARCHY and the star can now be spotted in a selfie shared from…

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STAGE TUBE: 'REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW' Concept Recording Launch Party at Rockwood by Stage Tube

The concept recording for REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW OF RAGNAR AGNARSSON FURNITURE PAINTER is now available through iTunes. NYC's Rockwood Music Hall hosted a special launch party for the recor…

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Ivar Pall Jonsson: REVOLUTION IN THE ELBOW OF RAGNAR AGNARSSON FURNITURE PAINTER by Priscilla Cordero

The music is perfect to be the soundtrack for a dramatic play, and luckily it will be brought to the stage this summer. Fans of rock anthems and elaborate pop are encouraged to indulge.

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Spotlight On...Joseph Reese Anderson by Michael Block

Name: Joseph Reese AndersonHometown: I was born in Chicago, but I'm calling Raleigh, NC my hometown now.Education: I went to East Carolina University, where I double-majored in Acting and Mu…

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Totally Heathers Takeover! Four Ways to Get Your Slushie Fix Before The Show Closes by Lindsay Champion

School’s out for Heathers—the zany musical take on the '80s cult movie concludes its off-Broadway run August 4. But before you chug a big cup of Draino in protest (uh, j…

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Tony Winner Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Star in The Band Wagon at Encores! City Center by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Tony winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will star in The Band Wagon, an Encores! special event based on the classic movie of the same name. Directed and choreographed by Kathleen Marshall, the pro…

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Flow It, Show It! Watch Hunter Parrish, Kristen Bell & More Let Down Their Locks In Rehearsal for Hair by Ryan McPhee

The age of Aquarius is dawning at the Hollywood Bowl! Their mounting of Hair, helmed by Adam Shankman, is set to run from August 1 through August 3. The starry cast includes Kristen Bell, Hu…

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Watch Broadway Alum Jesse Tyler Ferguson Uncover a Grim Account of His Ancestors' Past on Who Do You Think You Are? by Ryan McPhee

Broadway alum Jesse Tyler Ferguson is on a mission to learn about his ancestors’ troubled history. On an upcoming episode of the TLC series Who Do You Think You Are?, the Modern Family…

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The Tiniest Details Change the “Sex” by Eliza Bent

The evolution of Laura Eason’s latest play — Almost every play begins with a rush of inspiration, and ideally, that energy remains palpable for the rest of its life. Once it̵…

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Top 5 Shows of the Week by Ny Theatre Guide

THEY CALL ME Q at St. Luke's Theatre. “Filled with charm, humor and heart…” -Mallory Delchamp. THEY CALL ME Q is the story of an Indian girl growing up in the Boogie Down Bronx who gra…

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ArtsBeat: Learning ‘Lear’: The How-To’s of Hub-Bub by John Lithgow

Those crowd sounds you hear but can’t quite make out? Hub-bub. Here’s how it evolved in this production of “Lear.”

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Take Ten with Christopher Youstra by Sandy Bass

Sidebar Goto:  Summer Hummer: Ménage à Trois 1. What was the fir…

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Theater News: Brian Stokes Mitchell to Lead Cast of The Band Wagon at City Center Encores!

The Tony-winning baritone takes on the role played by Fred Astaire in the original 1953 film.

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Dancer Thinks Inside the Boxer by Sam Hurwitt

Dancer/choreographer Chris Black gets inside the head of legendary bareknuckle boxer John L. Sullivan.

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Rarely staged Beckett plays from Mary-Arrchie by Nina Metz

THEATER REVIEW: "Hellish Half-Light" by Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co. ★★½ THEATER REVIEW: "Hellish Half-Light" by Mary-Arrchie Theatre Co. ★★½ ... There are six short p…

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Brian Stokes Mitchell to Lead THE BAND WAGON for Encores! This November by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winner Brian Stokes Mitchell will star in The Band Wagon, an Encores Special Event based on the classic MGM movie of the same title, from November 6 - 16, 2014 at City Center. The…

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Photo Coverage: Constanine Maroulis, Billy Magnussen & More Rock Out for BROADWAY THE HARDWAY - Part One by Walter McBride

42West just hosted BROADWAY THE HARDWAY last night, July 28, featuring HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH's Lena Hall and more. Alongside Tony winner Hall's The Deafening, BROADWAY THE HARDWAY featur…

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Fast-paced ‘Mala Hierba’ spotlights luxury life on the Texas-Mexico border by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Second Stage Uptown scored big a few years ago with “Bachelorette,” which became a movie and launched the career of playwright Leslye Headland. Now the company’s unearthed another gem …

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Trey Parker's Cannibal!, the True Story of the Only Person Convicted of Cannibalism in America, Will Premiere in Toronto by Michael Gioia

Toronto's Starvox Entertainment has announced its 10th anniversary season, which includes the professional premiere of Tony winner Trey Parker's Cannibal! The Musical, and a new part…

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PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Behind the Scenes at Princess and Pirates With Molly McCook and "Glee" Star Lindsay Pearce by Matthew Blank

The limited engagement of Princess and Pirates Sing-a-Long Concert plays four weekends only, July 18-Aug. 10, at the Kirk Douglas Theatre. Cast members Lindsay Pearce and Molly McCook share…

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PHOTO CALL: Will Swenson, Melissa Errico, John Behlmann and Cast Rehearse Broadway-Aimed Bull Durham Musical by Matthew Blank

Will Swenson, Melissa Errico and John Behlmann will take a swing at Bull Durham, the world-premiere, Broadway-aimed musical that will debut in September at the Alliance Theatre in Atlanta, G…

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First Look At New Season Of DOWNTON ABBEY, With Richard E. Grant & Anna Chancellor by Pat Cerasaro

A first glimpse at the highly anticipated new season of hit international period-set drama Downton Abbey is now available to view as part of an ITV season preview.

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Paris Hilton In Sexy New Ad Featuring Cole Porter CAN-CAN Classic by Pat Cerasaro

Internationally recognized reality personality and entertainer Paris Hilton is featured alongside supermodel Hannah Ferguson in a racy new TV spot for hamburger chain Texas BBQ, highlighted …

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Photo Flash: First Look at Jessica Grove, Alan Mingo Jr. and More in North Carolina Theatre's THE LITTLE MERMAID by BroadwayWorld

North Carolina Theatre NCT, the region's premier producer of professional Broadway musicals now celebrating 30 years, has announced the casting for their upcoming original production of Disn…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for Alliance Theatre's BULL DURHAM with Will Swenson, Melissa Errico & More! by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsals started today for the Alliance Theatre's upcoming world premiere BULL DURHAM, a new musical based on the beloved 1988 film, which Sports Illustrated proclaimed to be the 1 Greates…

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Review:Cedars at curtainup.com/Berkshires by Elyse Sommer

A new solo play that benefits from a charismatic performance by James Naughton

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ArtsBeat: A New ‘Band Wagon’ Coming to City Center by Allan Kozinn

Brian Stokes Mitchell will star in the show, a staged version of the 1953 MGM film, as part of City Center’s Encores! series.

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Strictly Dishonorable by Theasy.com

Strictly Dishonorable Off Off Broadway, The Flea, Attic Theater Company Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski BOTTOM LINE: This revival of a comedy from 1929 is charming and funny, with bits of s…

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Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Discuss New Duets Album On Red Carpet by Pat Cerasaro

Iconic crooner Tony Bennett teams up with chart-topping pop superstar Lady Gaga for a new duets album containing multiple Great American Songbook standards and the performers discuss the new…

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Ancient Egyptian mask likely to stay at St. Louis Art Museum after feds give up legal fight

Government lawyers dropping attempt to return 3,200-year-old mask of Ka-Nefer-Nefer to Egypt, which claims it was stolen decades ago.

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Susan Blackwell and NYMF's Volleygirls Will Reunite for NYC Concert by Michael Gioia

A concert version of Volleygirls, which will include tunes from the 2013 New York Musical Theatre Festival production as well as old fan favorites from earlier incarnations of the musical, w…

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The Maids, With Cate Blanchett, Adds NYC Performance by Adam Hetrick

High ticket demand has prompted the Lincoln Center Festival to add an additional performance of the anticipated Sydney Theatre Company production of The Maids, starring Academy Award-winning…

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PHOTO CALL: Patti Murin Is Bulletproof, Margo Seibert Pulls No Punches, Amy Spanger Is Fancy and Morgan James Channels Elaine Stritch at Late-Night Sk by Matthew Blank

The Book of Mormon's Matt Doyle and Rocky star Margo Seibert joined The Skivvies for their July 26 late-night concert at 54 Below.

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Tickets to Paper Mill Playhouse's 2014-15 Season, Including Broadway-Bound CAN-CAN, U.S. Premiere of 'HUNCHBACK' & More, On Sale Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

Paper Mill Playhouse has announced that single tickets will go on sale to the public for its highly anticipated season on Wednesday, July 30th at 1000am. Tickets can be purchased online at w…

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A Mighty Fine Life! Eight Original Newsies Cast Members Remember Their Extraordinary Broadway Journey by Lindsay Champion

After more than 1,000 pirouetting, pape-hawking performances on Broadway, Disney's Newsies will close August 24—and there are eight newsboys who have been carrying the banner from …

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Odds & Ends: Mandy Patinkin Could be Broadway Bound, Les Miz Scribe Alain Boublil's New Show & More by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Mandy Patinkin Could be Broadway Bound This is interesting. The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra has announced that owing to …

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‘Lady Day,’ Starring Tony Winner Audra McDonald, Now in Profits by Broadway's Best Shows

The producers of Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, the musical play starring record breaking six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald, are thrilled to announce that the productio…

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The Playwright’s Playground: Playwright Johnna Adams Discusses Giving Herself Permission to Write and Reveals ‘Gidion’s Knot’ Challenges and t by Sydney-Chanele Dawkins

The Playwright’s Playground: Playwright Johnna Adams Discusses Giving Herself Permission to Write and Reveals ‘Gidion’s Knot’ Challenges and the Gordian Knot Analogyby Sydney-Chanele…

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Beyond Victims and Villains: From Ethnography to the Stage by HowlRound

By Pardis Mahdavi. I had become exhausted from fighting the trafficking fights... The result has been policies that do more harm than good, and wide scale media misrepresentations of the pro…

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Star-studded Jesus Christ Superstar sees first lawsuit as producer sued for scrapping show by Mark Kennedy

The abrupt cancellation of this summer's North American arena tour of Jesus Christ Superstar is heading to court

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Sarasota "The Sty of the Blind Pig" by William Oser

The direction by Mark Clayton Southers is not showy but such extraordinary ensemble acting does not come out of nowhere. He paces the play well and keeps things in focus.

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A Battle of the Hamlets by Ben Brantley

A theater critic imagines a clash of the greatest versions of Shakespeare’s melancholy prince, as portrayed by John Barrymore, Laurence Olivier, Richard Burton and others.

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Photo Flash: Hedwig's Lena Hall, Sex With Strangers' Billy Magnussen, and Rock of Ages' Constantine Maroulis Rock 42nd Street in Broadway

The Deafening and Reserved for Rondee headlined a night of rock and roll, Broadway-style.

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Review: Lili, Etcetera Theatre by Katie Smith

Hurrah! A play about a trans-woman, devised by trans-people, performed by trans-people. At last, a piece that has gone out of its way to explore the experiences of trans-people, and which re…

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Elaine St. George: A Tribute to Steve Goodman by Sandi Durell

  NY Music & Cabaret Review by John Weatherford     Elaine St. George reprised her tribute show to Steve Goodman Sunday, July 27 at the well-known jazz club, Iridium,... T…

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Extensive Look At Gillian Anderson & Ben Foster in A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE by Pat Cerasaro

A plethora of new photos showcasing the stars of the new West End revival of Tennessee Williams's acclaimed drama A STREETCAR NAMED DESIRE starring stage and screen notables Gillian Anderson…

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News: Young people abroad attracted to culture and Shakespeare in UK – report by Nicola Merrifield

The UK’s cultural offering is the country’s most appealing feature for young people visiting from abroad, according to a new survey. More than a third of 18 to 34 year olds from Brazil, …

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Billy Crystal, Jim Dale, Kevin Spacey, Michael Urie and More Among Nominees for United Solo Special Award by Andrew Gans

United Solo Theatre Festival, the world’s largest solo theatre fest, has announced nominees for its United Solo Special Award, which recognizes artists of significant achievements in t…

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Broadway Box-Office Analysis, July 21-27: Of Mice and Men Closes With a Roar, Mormon and The Lion King Top Musicals by Robert Simonson

Playbill's weekly feature examines the box-office trends of the past week.

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Letter: Peter Whelan obituary by Don Kincaid

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Get your Fringe on: an early look at what's in store

It's not science, looking in the crystal ball and making judgments on three-minute excerpts, but here are some shows with at least the potential to warrant a look.

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The Erotic in the Internet Age: Highlights From Sex With Strangers

Billy Magnussen and "Breaking Bad"'s Anna Gunn star in Second Stage Theatre's production of Laura Eason's Sex With Strangers. Directed by David Schwimmer, the comic drama unfolds as Ethan, a…

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STAGE TUBE: Natalie Weiss Makes MOST LITERAL AUDITION EVER Video by Stage Tube

Natalie Weiss, known for her 'Breaking Down the Riffs' series, recently made a new video in which she and Andrew Hodge play two auditioners who take their song titles a bit too literally. Th…

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‘Bullets Over Broadway:’ Now Playing Through August 24 Only! (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Based on the screenplay of the acclaimed film, Bullets Over Broadway brings the talents of Woody Allen and Susan Stroman together for the first time this spring at the St. James Theatre. Loa…

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What a Little Moolah Can Do! Lady Day, Starring Tony Winner Audra McDonald, Recoups On Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill, starring Audra McDonald, has recouped its initial capitalization of $2.6 million. The play with music is now in profits, after having begun …

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Spotlight On...Samantha Strelitz by Michael Block

Name: Samantha StrelitzHometown: Long Beach, CaliforniaEducation: New York University alumSelect Credits: Death for Sydney Black (TerraNOVA RX Series), Pilo Family Circus (Godlight Theatre C…

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Newly-Abled Bodies: Interview with Neighborhood Fringe artist Laurencio Ruiz by Miriam Hwang-Carlos

“Puppetry allows me to socialize people—it seems to me that we are no longer able to touch, to talk, and to listen to each other.” Why do so many of us avert our eyes from people p…

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Audra McDonald Leads Lady Day Into the Green

The award-winning play revival announces recoupment.

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Is theatre scared of the internet? by Dominic Cavendish

Dominic Cavendish asks why the online world has been so forgotten on the stage

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Guest blog: Ten tips for the Edinburgh Fringe by A Younger Theatre

These ten handy hints will make enjoying the EdFringe as easy as collecting a flyer on the Royal Mile… 1. Listen to people’s advice Everyone’s here to see great shows. Nobody will …

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Dance New York by Nightnyc

iLUMINATE, New World Stages: Adventure and romance told through dance styles ranging from contemporary, hip-hop, Latin, and breaking, all using the power of light.

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PHOTO CALL: Raul Castillo, Jonathan Groff, Nick Blaemire and More Celebrate Opening Night of Mala Hierba by Matthew Blank

Tanya Saracho's Mala Hierba, part of Second Stage Theatre's 2014 Uptown Series, officially opened July 28 following previews that began July 14 at the McGinn/Cazale Theatre.

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Lady Day, With Audra McDonald, Is Box-Office Gold; Show Recoups by Adam Hetrick

Producers announced July 29 that the acclaimed Broadway run of Lanie Robertson's play with music Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, which stars six-time Tony Award-winning actress …

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Marc Kudisch, John Bolton and More Join Unsung Bob Merrill Concert by Michael Gioia

Tony Award nominee Marc Kudisch and Drama Desk nominee John Bolton are among the performers who have joined the lineup for the UnsungMusicalsCo. (UMC) concert Unsung Bob Merrill Aug. 5 …

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Absolutely stellar: A Streetcar Named Desire at the Young Vic reviews round-up by Sian Cain

The critics agree: this show is a sensation, with Gillian Andersons portrayal of Blanche DuBois spiralling descent into madness every bit as compelling and disorientating as the ever-rotatin…

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Production News: Orange Tree’s Paul Miller announces casting for inaugural production by Georgia Snow

The Orange Tree Theatre’s artistic director Paul Miller has announced the casting for his inaugural production, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd. The cast includes Ellie Piercy as Lizzie Holroy…

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Ward Stare to take reins at Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Conductor returns to his hometown and a good gig.

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Mandy Patinkin Coming Back to Broadway in 2015? by BroadwayWorld

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra today announced that stage and screen star Mandy Patinkin just withdrew from an upcoming appearance on January 22, 2015 due to a scheduling conflict with an …

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Jenna Leigh Green & Morgan James to Lead Reading of KILLING STRAWHEAD, 7/30 by BroadwayWorld

Gregg Ostrin's new play KILLING STRAWHEAD will have its New York debut reading at NOLA Studios' Studio One on Wednesday, July 30 at 400 PM.

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Chita Rivera, Rosie O'Donnell & More Set to Participate in AN EVENING OF SONG Benefit for Art Attack Foundation by Louisa Brady

The Broadway at Birdland concert series is proud to announce that Broadway legend Chita Rivera will headline An Evening of Song, benefiting the Art Attack Foundation. The event will take pla…

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VIDEO: Check Out New TV Spot for Broadway's MOTOWN THE MUSICAL by Stage Tube

Below, check out the brand new commercial for Broadway's smash hit musical, MOTOWN THE MUSICAL.

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Darlene Love Working on New Album with Steven Van Zandt by Louisa Brady

E Street Band guitarist Steven Van Zandt made a promise to Darlene Love that he would produce an album with her, and is excited to finally announce that he's making good on this three decade…

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I Interview Playwrights Part 678: Steven Fechter by Adam Szymkowicz

Steven Fechter Hometown: I grew up in and around the Los Angeles area. My family moved a lot, settling in then abruptly leaving about ten different towns. It was a disruptive life. The resul…

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IF/THEN Vocal Selections Now Available Digitally by Pat Cerasaro

The original Broadway cast recording for new musical IFTHEN, starring Tony Award winner Idina Menzel, is now available to order and a copy of the cast album signed by the accompliahsed cast …

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Audra McDonald-Led LADY DAY AT EMERSON'S BAR & GRILL Recoups Investment by BroadwayWorld

The producers of Lady Day at Emerson's Bar amp Grill, the musical play starring record breaking six-time Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald, just announced that the production in now in profit…

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Broadway Grosses* w/e 7/27/14 by Dte

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending July 27, 2014. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here: .....

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Why you should read the Broadway Chat Boards. by Ken Davenport

I like to cruise by the Broadway chat boards every once in awhile.  Why? First and foremost, the folks that frequent the boards, and the folks that post on the boards are our avids.  They …

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‘Motown the Musical:’ Then. Now. Always. (VIDEO) by Broadway's Best Shows

Check out the brand new commercial for Broadway’s Smash Hits Musical!

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‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Celebrates 26 Years with Mask Contest by Broadway's Best Shows

Do you have an artistic side you’ve been dying to show the world? Set it free with the Phantom: The Art of the Mask Contest. The Phantom of the Opera is celebrating 26 years of the pro…

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Review: Night of the Living Twerkers by Michael Block

Zombies will never die. They seem to have a cult following that inspires artists to use them as inspiration. In the latest attempt to capitalize on the zombie fad, Zombie Strippers follows a…

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Lake with a view by Win Goodbody

Welcome to the desert. Time to resupply. Monster trucks are more entertaining. Closed theater in Lakeview, Oregon.

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Theater News: Les Misérables Lyricist Alain Boublil to Present New Work at 59E59 Theaters

A stage adaptation of James Dickey's Deliverance is also on the venue's fall roster.

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at noon (Broadway Time)
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ArtsBeat: Coming From Theater for a New Audience: Peter Brook, Marlowe and Shakespeare by Lori Holcomb-Holland

The company’s 2014-15 season will feature the United States premiere of “The Valley of Astonishment,” written and directed by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne.

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A Snapshot of My Life Today: The Fantasticks' Max Crumm Talks HGTV, Bad Pop Music & Sweet Soaps

Max Crumm, the adorable star who went from reality TV to off-Broadway's long-running musical The Fantasticks, shares with us a snapshot of what his life is like now.

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Mister Producer: Let’s not bash musical comebacks by Richard Jordan

Last June, my colleague Mark Shenton wrote a blog about the return of the new production of Les Miserables to Broadway. One reader responded to his article: How sad that with all of the reso…

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Fosse (book review) by Wendy Caster

Bob Fosse was talented, driven, kind, nasty, dedicated, unfaithful, brilliant, limited, addicted, and unhappy. By all accounts, he was also charismatic, seductive, and a great lay. Since the…

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Theater News: Spider-Man Producers Set Their Sights on Rio and Chipwrecked as Their Next Broadway Hits

Plans for a Vegas sit-down for Spider-Man have also been nixed.

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Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group Sues Michael Cohl Over Canceled Jesus Christ Superstar Tour by Adam Hetrick

The Really Useful Group, the producing and rights licensing company that oversees the works of composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, has announced plans to take legal action against producer-promote…

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Met Opera Talks Continue as Deadline Approaches by Carey Purcell

With a deadline of July 31 approaching, negotiations between union officials and the Metropolitan Opera continue with little hope of resolution, according to the Wall Street Journal.

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Broadway Stars Organize Flashmob Today in Response to Death of Eric Garner by Michael Gioia

WalkRunFly Productions has organized a flashmob for July 29 in response to the death of Eric Garner, who died July 17 after allegedly being placed in a prohibited chokehold by a New York pol…

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PHOTO CALL: See the First Publicity Shots of Broadway-Bound Musical An American in Paris by Matthew Blank

Following its November-December 2014 world premiere at the Théâtre du Châtelet in Paris, the new musical An American in Paris will begin previews at Broadway's Palace …

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Natalie Weiss and Andrew Hodge Give "The Most Literal Audition Ever" (Video) by Michael Gioia

Natalie Weiss, who has been seen on Broadway in Everyday Rapture and recently completed a two-and-a-half-year run in the 25th anniversary tour of Les Misérables, and actor Andrew…

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The River review by Michael Billington

Royal Court, London Continue reading...

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The free spirit of the Edinburgh fringe is alive and kicking by Viv Groskop

Yes, some people will cash in, but there is a backlash in Edinburgh against the involvement of big business Continue reading...

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Disability arts left hanging by a thread by Lyn Gardner

The London 2012 Paralympics opening ceremony marked a moment when disability arts came of age in the UK. Two years on, cuts to Access to Work threaten all that has been achieved Continue rea…

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Rob Reiner Reveals New Plans to Bring PRINCESS BRIDE Musical to Broadway by Movies News Desk

Director Rob Reiner has shared that he still intends to bring his 1987 film THE PRINCESS BRIDE to the Broadway stage, despite recent failed efforts by himself and Disney.

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Photo Flash: First Look at West End's Original 'Frankie Valli' Ryan Molloy in Broadway's JERSEY BOYS by BroadwayWorld

The producers of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical Jersey Boys welcome Olivier Award nominee Ryan Molloy, who won critical acclaim for originating the role of Frankie Va…

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Photo Flash: First Publicity Images for Broadway-Bound Musical AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Released! by BroadwayWorld

The new musical, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, will open at the Palace Theatre on April 12, 2015 following its world premiere in December, 2014 at the Theatre du Chatelet in Paris. Below, check out …

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Tickets On Sale Now for The Public's 2014-15 Season, Featuring Works by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Bridget Everett & More by BroadwayWorld

Single tickets are on sale now for The Public Theater's 2014-15 season that will include three world premiere musicals, a free Public Works musical adaptation of Shakespeare's The Winter's T…

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Final Two Weeks to See Sutton Foster in ‘Violet’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Roundabout Theatre Company’s (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director) production of Violet, starring two-time Tony Award winner Sutton Foster, Colin Donnell, Alexander Gemignani and Tony Award nom…

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What's The Buzz? Andrew Lloyd Webber Will Take Legal Action Against Superstar Promoter Michael Cohl by Broadway.com

It’s a case of “I don’t know how to love him.” Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group is taking legal action against promoter Michael Cohl, after he canceled…

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Can’t Take Our Eyes Off Of Him! See Ryan Molloy as Broadway’s Newest Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys by Broadway.com

Click for photos of West End star Ryan Molloy, who has crossed the pond to make his Broadway debut in Jersey Boys through October 19 at the August Wilson Theatre.

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They’re the Top! Watch Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Team Up to Perform Cole Porter’s ‘Anything Goes’ by Broadway.com

But now Gaga knows, anything goes! Music superstars Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett have teamed up once again to serve up some American Songbook standards. The duo have just released Anythin…

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Off-Broadway Theater Review: When We Were Young and Unafraid by Lauren Yarger

When We Young and UnafraidBy Sarah TreemDirected by Pam McKinnonMTCWhat's It All About?It's 1972 and single mom Agnes (Cherry Jones) is trying to get her daughter, Penny (Morgan Saylor), to …

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'Lear' and 'Macbeth': Maybe these men need a rest

Another opening, another show. Another

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Theatre News: Casting announced for Paul Miller's inaugural Orange Tree production

Ellie Piercy leads the cast of DH Lawrence's The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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An American In Paris Publicity Shots by Jonathan Mandell

When “An American in Paris” opens at the Palace Theater on Broadway in April, it won’t look exactly like these two photographs, which were taken in Paris, where the musical…

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Film News: Christopher Walken Will Channel His Inner Orangutang in Disney's Live-Action Jungle Book

Additional star casting has been announced for the latest film remake of Rudyard Kipling's classic jungle tales.

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Preview: The Long and Forgotten Winter/RE|Dance by Sharon Hoyer

RECOMMENDED The long-distance choreographic team of Lucy Vurusic-Riner and Wisconsin-based Michael Estanich have produced, over the last five years, a body of work that is notably calm and i…

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The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess , Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London by Lisa Martland

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre, London: Since its original Broadway opening in 1935, critics have debated whether Porgy and Bess (composed by George Gershwin, lyrics co-written by his brothe…

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A Streetcar Named Desire , Young Vic Theatre, London by Heather Neill

Young Vic Theatre, London: There is a thrilling restlessness to Benedict Andrews' production of this American classic. Tennessee Williams describes a particular place in a real street i…

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Midsommer Flight’s MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTION is Much about Something Good by James Murray

Warning: call_user_func_array() [function.call-user-func-array]: First argument is expected to be a valid callback, 'insertThumbnailRSS' was given in /home/content/52/9380252/html/wp-includ…

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Video salute to Stritch includes cast of ONCE, ON THE TOWN, Beth Leavel and fans around the world... by Steven Carl McCasland

Fans and performers from around the world have gathered to honor the memory of Elaine Stritch. In a new video created and edited by Steven Carl McCasland, Artistic Director of Beautiful Soup…

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Photo Flash: Sneak Peek at George Dvorsky and Dee Hoty in Lyric Theatre's A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC by BroadwayWorld

Get swept away by an all-star cast in Lyric Theatre of Oklahoma's lush production of A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, which runs August 5 through 9 at the Civic Center Music Hall. The show, which featu…

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EXCLUSIVE: Two-Time Grammy Nominee Takes on Jazzy Ballad "One Would Be Enough" for Mentor Mondays

Once a month, Jim Caruso's Cast Party features a special performance known as Mentor Mondays where musical theatre performer Trevor McQueen pairs up-and-coming songwriters with veteran Broad…

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Darlene Love Will Record Songs by Bruce Springsteen, Barry Mann and Cynthia Weil and More On New CD by Andrew Gans

Darlene Love, the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inductee who has appeared on Broadway in Hairspray, is at work on a new album that will be produced by Steve van Zandt of the E Street Band, acco…

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7 Fall Broadway Shows to Get Tickets to Now Before It's Too Late! by Playbill Staff

The 2014 fall Broadway season is filling up with star-driven comedies, mysterious new dramas, revivals of Pulitzer Prize-winning classics and buzzed-about musical premieres. Here's our l…

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Hamlet, With "Sherlock" Star Benedict Cumberbatch, Will Sell Low-Priced Tickets for Every Performance by Carey Purcell

Hamlet, featuring stage and screen star Benedict Cumberbatch in the title role, has announced the sale of low-priced tickets for each of its performances, according to the production's w…

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Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga Will Release Duets Album; Watch "Anything Goes" (Video) by Michael Gioia

Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga announced July 29 that they will release a jazz album titled "Cheek to Cheek" Sept. 23. Their first single, the title track from Cole Porter's Anythi…

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VIDEO: Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Talk New Album 'Cheek to Cheek' on TODAY by TV News Desk

The duo stopped by NBC's TODAY this morning, pulling up to the plaza in a Rolls Royce, to announce that their long-awaited jazz album, 'Cheek to Cheek,' will be released on Sept. 23.

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BWW JR: Dance Moms and Broadway Kids Perform For a Cause by Erin Leigh Peck

Attention Dance Moms and Broadway Kids Fans Cabaret for a Cause will present a one-night-only concert Aug. 11 at Brooklyn's Galapagos Arts Space to benefit kef productions and their educati…

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VIDEO: Watch Music Video for Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga's 'Anything Goes'! by TV News Desk

Below, check out the music video for Cole Porter's 'Anything Goes' from the album, now available for purchase

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Hottest Articles on BWW 7/22/2014 - 7/29/2014

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Photo Flash: President Obama Awards National Medals of Arts to John Kander, Bill T. Jones & More! by BroadwayWorld

President Barack Obama presented the National Medals of Arts in conjunction with the National Humanities Medals on Monday, July 28, 2014 in an East Room ceremony at the White House. Check ou…

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Tickets Now On Sale for Public Theater's 2014-15 Season, Including Lin-Manuel Miranda's Hamilton by Broadway.com

Tickets are now on sale for The Public Theater’s 2014-15 season. The lineup includes new works from Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pulitzer winner Young Jean Lee and Michael Friedman.…

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Mala Hierba Playwright Tanya Saracho Gets Opening Night Love From Jonathan Groff & the Stars of Looking by Lindsay Champion

Stars flocked to Second Stage Uptown’s McGinn/Cazale Theatre on July 28 to catch the opening night performance of Mala Hierba—including (from left) Raul Castillo, Murray Bartlett…

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Watch Of Mice and Men’s James Franco Teach You How to Perfect Your Stage Door Selfie Game by Ryan McPhee

Listen up, incoming Broadway stars. After a few months of leading the Broadway revival of Of Mice and Men, which played its final performance on July 27, James Franco has learned a thin…

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Review: Tannhäuser (Norwich)

The second of the two Wagner productions brought by Theater Freiburg to Norwich proves musically to be the equal of "Parsifal".

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Paul Rudd and Adam Scott's '90s-Era Headshots Are the Best

'90s-era Paul Rudd and Adam Scott are your Tuesday morning pick-me-up. [via Tall Whitney] Peyton Manning shows off some way sweet dance moves (and by way sweet, we mean hyper dad moves) wh…

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Story of Seattle man who fought internment comes home to ACT

ACT Theatre presents a one-man, multicharacter play about Seattle native Gordon Hirabayashi, who defied the U.S. internment of Japanese Americans in World War II.

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Theater News: Arena Stage's The Shoplifters Announces World Premeire Cast, Led By Jayne Houdyshell

The Tony Award-nominated actress will make her D.C. theater debut in Morris Panych's new comedy.

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HERE Announces 2014-15 Season by Sandi Durell

    HERE proudly announces its 2014-2015 producing season, commencing Labor Day Weekend with the premiere of the Artistic Director production, Trade Practices, (August 31 – Septe…

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The Campsite Rule by Tim Treanor

Alexandra Petri, who writes a humor column for the Washington Post, has here written a sex comedy. By this I mean she has written a play in which people say witty things while, um, having se…

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Cabrillo Music Theatre Alumni, Including Lesli Margherita and Derek Klena, Will Join Forces for NYC Concert for Struggling Non-Profit by Andrew Gans

A host of Cabrillo Music Theatre alumni will take part in Cabrillo Coast-to-Coast, a fundraiser for the struggling California non-profit theatre company that will be held Aug. 4 at The Triad.

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Chita Rivera, Rosie O'Donnell, BD Wong, Telly Leung, Christopher Jackson, Anika Larsen Set for Evening of Song by Andrew Gans

An Evening of Song, featuring artists whose work has been preserved on the Yellow Sound Label, will be presented Sept. 15 at 7 PM at Birdland to benefit the Art Attack Foundation.

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Patti Murin Will Make Solo 54 Below Debut in August; If/Then Star Is Special Guest by Andrew Gans

Patti Murin, who starred on Broadway in Lysistrata Jones, will make her solo debut at 54 Below next month.

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Lineup Announced for NYC Benefit Concert for The Trevor Project by Andrew Gans

Broadway Sings: Titanium for The Trevor Project will be presented Aug. 4 at 9:30 PM at The Metropolitan Room.

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Fiasco Theater's Re-Imagined Into the Woods Extends at Old Globe by Carey Purcell

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical Into the Woods, which made its world premiere at the Old Globe in 1986, has extended its run through Aug. 17. 

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Tony-Nominated Violet Director Tapped for Sundance Retreat by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award-nominated Violet director Leigh Silverman is among the artists selected for the second annual Sundance Institute/LUMA Foundation Theatre Directors Retreat, which begins July …

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Mariinsky Ballet: Romeo and Juliet review leads save dated classic by Judith Mackrell

Royal Opera House, LondonThe violence is hammy, as are some performances in Lavrovsky's seminal ballet, but Vladimir Shklyarov and Diana Vishneva are nearly flawless Continue reading...

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Macbeth review tragedy and regicide amid the picnic hampers by Alfred Hickling

Grosvenor Park Open Air theatre, ChesterAlex Clifton hacks at the text of the Scottish play fearlessly but the cuts don't always work Continue reading...

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VIDEO: OF MICE AND MEN Star James Franco Talks Taking Selfies at Stage Door on 'Tonight' by TV News Desk

Jimmy gets tips from Franco about the dos and don'ts of selfie taking with fans that the Of Mice and Men star learned during his 12-week Broadway run.

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STAGE TUBE: Broadway's Beth Leavel, Jay Armstrong Johnson, Keala Settle & More Toast Elaine Stritch! by Stage Tube

Fans and performers from around the world have gathered to honor the memory of Elaine Stritch. In a new video created and edited by Steven Carl McCasland, Artistic Director of Beautiful Soup…

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of Second Stage Theatre's MALA HIERBA by Jennifer Broski

Second Stage Theatre continues the 2014 Uptown Series with the New York premiere of MALA HIERBA, written by Tanya Saracho HBO's 'Looking' and 'Girls' and directed by Jerry Ruiz. MALA HIERBA …

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BREAKING: Tony Bennett & Lady Gaga's 'Cheek To Cheek' Gets 9/23 Release Date; Check Out Album Art! by BroadwayWorld

The long-awaited collaborative jazz album from Lady Gagaand Tony Bennett,Cheek To Cheek, will bereleased on StreamlineColumbiaInterscope Records onTuesday, September 23.

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Tony Bennett, Lady Gaga Tape Secret 'Cheek to Cheek' PBS Special to Air This October by BroadwayWorld

The halls of New York City's Rose Hall, located in the Time Warner Center, were groovin with the jazz sounds of Tony Bennett and Lady Gaga.

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STAGE TUBE: John Kander, Bill T. Jones & More Recieve National Medals of Arts by Stage Tube

Just yesterday, President Barack Obama presented the National Medals of Arts in conjunction with the National Humanities Medals in an East Room ceremony at the White House. NEA Chairman Jane…

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In Performance Video: Watch PIECE OF MY HEART's de'Adre Aziza by BroadwayWorld

This week's New York Times In Performance video features de'Adre Aziza of PIECE OF MY HEART, now playing at the The Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center.

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Timeless: Strictly Dishonorable by Sandi Durell

  NY Theater Review by JK Clarke     One tends not to think of “Preston Sturges” and “theater” together very often. The fact is, however, while Sturges was one... The post…

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Fuse Music Review: The Yellowjackets — A Jazz Journey Across Decades and Styles by Glenn Rifkin

Jazz buffs know about the Yellowjackets. This is a Grammy-winning band that writes and performs complicated, intricate compositions that cross countless boundaries and thus make them difficu…

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Review: Porgy and Bess (Open Air Theatre)

The great American opera spends Summertime livin' it easy in Regent's Park

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The Ensemblist chats with Stagelighter founder Tadzio Smith We...

The Ensemblist chats with Stagelighter founder Tadzio Smith We are so thrilled to announce our newest sponsor- Stagelighter.com! So you LOVE Broadway. Like, REALLY love Broadway. You pore ov…

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, July 29, 2014 by Susan Grace

  Today’s Highlights: * Ryan Molloy begins his run as Frankie Valli in Jersey Boys at Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre. * My Life is a Musical, by Adam Overett, directed &#…

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ArtsBeat: No Turning the Other Cheek: Suit Over Canceled Tour of ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ by Dave Itzkoff

The production company of Andrew Lloyd Webber sues over the cancellation of a planned tour of “Jesus Christ Superstar.”

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The Qualification of Douglas Evans by Theasy.com

The Qualification of Douglas Evans Off Broadway, Walkerspace, The Amoralists Reviewed by Zak Risinger BOTTOM LINE: A look into the tortured psyche of a struggling playwright as he navigat…

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VIDEO: OF MICE AND MEN Star James Franco Talks Taking Selfies at Stage Tour on 'Tonight' by TV News Desk

Jimmy gets tips from Franco about the dos and don'ts of selfie taking with fans that the Of Mice and Men star learned during his 12-week Broadway run.

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Photo Coverage: Tommy Tune Plays Barrington Stage Company! by Stephen Sorokoff

Barrington Stage Company BSC, the award-winning theatre in Downtown Pittsfield, MA, under the leadership of Artistic Director Julianne Boyd and Managing Director Tristan Wilson, kicked off t…

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FLOWER DRUM SONG Star James Shigeta Dies at 81 by TV News Desk

Variety reports that actor James Shigeta, best known for his roles in Die Hard and the big screen adaptation of Rodgers and Hammerstein's Flower Drum Song, died Monday at 81.

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FIRST LISTEN: Lady Gaga & Tony Bennett Sing 'Anything Goes' on Upcoming 'Cheek to Cheek' Album by BroadwayWorld

Today the pair shared a first listen to the Cole Porter hit 'Anything Goes' from the Broadway musical of the same name.

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Goodbye To All That, For Now by Andy Horwitz

Andy reflects on leaving New York.

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Interviews: Terence Frisby discusses his plays

Playwright Terence Frisby has directed his own "Funny About Love" as the opening production in the 2014 summer repertory theatre season at Sheringham's Little Theatre.

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Irwin Corey Turns 100! by Trav S.D.

Today is the 100th birthday of Professor Irwin Corey! Corey’s is essentially a vaudeville act, although he introduced it two decades too late for vaudeville. (He launched his act in th…

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Agent's take: Pacing yourself in the marathon of a stage career by Stuart Piper

Whether you read this as an actor, or as someone who works behind a desk in this industry, chances are you live your professional life feeling frazzled and knackered by the stress and pace o…

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ArtsBeat: In Performance: de’Adre Aziza of ‘Piece of My Heart’ by Erik Piepenburg

The actress sings “Are You Lonely for Me” from the new jukebox musical about the life of the songwriter Bert Berns.

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The Musical Theatre Factory is Working On It by Nick Luckenbaugh

As a writer, I’m always on the lookout for development opportunities for my projects. A reading. A workshop. A residency. These are invaluable to writers at any stage of their careers. But…

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Feature: Edinburgh preview – Clara Brennan’s ‘Spine’ by James Fennemore

Writing recently for Exeunt, Catherine Love recalled an experience that epitomises the Edinburgh Fringe for her. It was hearing a play read in the Traverse bar, producing “some strange…

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SONS OF ANARCHY Director: Lea Michele Will 'Rock Our Harley -Driven World!' by TV News Desk

GLEE star Lea Michele has turned to Twitter to announce that she will be guest starring on an upcoming episode of the hit FX series SONS OF ANARCHY.

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WAKE UP with BWW 7/29/14 - WICKED Welcomes New Stars, Tamblyn Gets 'PRETTY', LIFE IS A MUSICAL in Long Island and More! by Jessica Showers

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it Today's big news The National Tour of WICKED welcomes a…

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Porgy and Bess review exquisitely sung Gershwin in the fresh air by Lyn Gardner

Regent's Park Open Air theatre, LondonThe singing is easy but life is hard in Timothy Sheader's refreshingly spare production Continue reading...

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The Tin Forest review rich, desolate blend of art, puppetry and folk music by Mark Fisher

South Rotunda, GlasgowThis gorgeously detailed promenade performance evokes a spooky, lonely world to tell a tale of post-industrial regeneration Continue reading...

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Romeo and Juliet, Royal Opera House, ballet review: An explosive yet creaking production

The Mariinsky Ballet opens its London season with radiant young lovers in a creaky old production. In the leading roles, Diana Vishneva and Vladimir Shklyarov are stellar as well as star-cro…

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Breaking News: THE REALLY USEFUL GROUP Filing Suit Against Michael Cohl for SUPERSTAR Tour Cancellation by BroadwayWorld

The Really Useful Group RUG confirmed it is taking legal action against Michael Cohl's Options Clause Entertainment following his cancellation of the 2014 North American Tour of Jesus Christ…

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BWW CD Reviews: Jinkx Monsoon's THE INEVITABLE ALBUM is Irresistible by David Clarke

Inspired by Bette Midler's THE DIVINE MISS M, the torch song albums of Marlene Dietrich and Peggy Lee, and a handful of contemporary female performers like Amanda Palmer, Regina Spektor, and…

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Photos: 1st Night Photos: Cast of Porgy and Bess celebrate opening night

Brits Sharon D. Clarke, Nicola Hughes and Jade Ewen are joined in the cast by American actors Rufus Bonds Jr and Phillip Boykin

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Hall of Hams #79: Maria Ouspenskaya by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of the great Russian actress Maria Ouspenskaya (1876-1949). Film buffs know her well as the mysterious Gypsy fortune teller in The Wolf Man (1941) and Frankenstein …

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - July 29, 2014

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 29 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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A Streetcar Named Desire, The Young Vic by Demetrios Matheou

The latest production of Tennessee Williams’s sultry, brutal yet poetic masterpiece is mainstream theatre that dares to go out on a limb. Directed by Benedict Andrews, it may occasionally …

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News: Andrew Lloyd Webber to sue over Jesus Christ Superstar US tour collapse by Matthew Hemley

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful Group is suing the promoter of the cancelled US tour of Jesus Christ Superstar in a bid to recover costs. The musical was due to begin touring the US in…

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Review Round-Ups: Gillian Anderson dazzles in A Streetcar Named Desire

The modern take on Tennessee Williams' classic play at the Young Vic impresses critics across the board

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Features: A few of my favourite things: Once's Jill Winternitz

From Casablanca to Cherry Jones, Once's leading lady tells us her favourite things

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Theatre News: Really Useful Group takes legal action against cancelled US Superstar tour producers

Andrew Lloyd Webber's company is taking action against Michael Cohl's Options Clause Entertainment to recover costs

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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LESLIE UGGAMS – FROM TONY TO GYPSY by Peter Filichia

By Peter Filichia   There are plenty of raised eyebrows at Connecticut Repertory Theatre as soon as many theatergoers hear the first note of the overture.   Long-time fans of Gypsy…

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Shenton's View: Out for the count on Broadway by Mark Shenton

The first new Broadway musical of the 2014-15 season Holler if Ya Hear Me has already closed. Billed as Broadway’s first hip-hop jukebox musical, it was based on the poetry and music o…

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News: Urgent calls for arts sector to invest in new financial models – report by Nicola Merrifield

Arts Council England and other public funders of culture should ring-fence at least 1% of their annual budget to help unlock millions of pounds of additional investment for the sector, accor…

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Interviews: Neighbours star Morgana O'Reilly on going solo at Edinburgh

The actress is swapping Ramsay Street for the Royal Mile this summer

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Photos: 1st night photos: Eddie Redmayne and Dominic Cooper join Gillian Anderson at Streetcar opening

The hotly anticipated Tennessee Williams play opened at the Young Vic last night

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Blogs: Guest Blog: First Fringe

Writer and performer Anna Andresen discusses the challenges of taking her first show, Danish Face, to the Edinburgh Fringe

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A Streetcar Named Desire, Young Vic, review: Gillian Anderson gives shatteringly powerful performance

You can say what you like about this production, but it's definitely not underwrought. No, sir. We're in New Orleans though not as we have known it in previous stagings of Tennessee Williams…

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Cannibals and Evil Dead musicals headed to Toronto by Richard Ouzounian

First professional theatrical production of Trey Parker's Cannibals! The Musical part of Starvox Entertainment's 10th anniversary season.

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Living Under the Iron Dome

Tuvia Tenenbom takes the pulse of Israel and the West Bank as only he can. His counterintuitive conclusion? The calmest place around is a Jewish settlement far beyond the Green Line. Click h…

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Tuesday, July 29, 2014 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Madame Infamy The Reason For NYMF by Suzanna Bowling

Madame Infamy The Reason For NYMF: By far the best musical at NYMF is Madame Infamy, with one terrific score by Cardozie Jones and Sean Willis, an interesting book by Jp Vigliotti, with subj…

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The New York Musical Theatre Festival and T2C’s Winner of Excellence by Suzanna Bowling

The New York Musical Theatre Festival and T2C's Winner of Excellence: The New York Musical Theatre Festival (NYMF) has announced the winners of the NYMF 2014 Awards for Excellence.

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Patti LuPone and Sweeney Todd Come To 54 Below by Suzanna Bowling

Patti LuPone and Sweeney Todd Come To 54 Below: 54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, announced a multi-year agreement with two-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone.

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Last Show At NYMF As We Lie Still Had Me Wishing I Could Disappear by Suzanna Bowling

Last Show At NYMF As We Lie Still Had Me Wishing I Could Disappear: Bad acting by the writers and producers, bad book, though interesting idea by Olivia de Guzman Emile, had me leaving As We…

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Holocaust victim, artist Charlotte Salomon's life premieres as opera

SALZBURG Austria (Reuters) - The Berlin-born Jewish artist Charlotte Salomon left behind a body of watercolors and text she called "Life? or Theatre?" before she was killed at Auschwitz in 1…

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Nellie McKay's unorthodox ways come to the Sellersville Theater

Nellie McKay - singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, author, stand-up comedian, performance artist - often is seen as an unorthodox entertainer. And her new show will do nothing to chan…

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Coming Together and Falling Apart on Stage

Theresa Rebeck's 'Poor Behavior,' performance artist Cynthia Hopkins plays Union Hall, the Neo-Political Cowgirls in the Hamptons and more in this week's On Stage.

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Met Opera Talks Restart as Lockout Looms

The Metropolitan Opera singers union resumed contract talks after a two-month hiatus, but union officials said they had little hope of reaching an agreement before a threatened lockout.

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Review: 'Much Ado' a witty mix

Intrepid finds tricky harmony with a solid take on Shakespeare favorite.

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'Othello' gives call out to theatergoer

Actor Blair Underwood, in "Othello," recognizes woman in the front row at Old Globe

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Off Broadway Review: ‘Mala Hierba’ by Gordon Cox

Second Stage really knows how to show a girl a good time, the proof being its excellent track record of producing vital work by important women playwrights. Chalk up another win with “…

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Review: A Streetcar Named Desire (Young Vic)

Gillian Anderson has a tragic quality about her in Benedict Andrews' production

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Alexei Sayle: 'I'm still full of hate' by Alexei Sayle

In seedy 1980s Soho, a foul-mouthed Scouser with a convict haircut became the face of alternative comedy. As Alexei Sayle returns to standup, he explains why arenas are bad for comedy C…

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Alex Horne: Edinburgh comedy veteran who keeps upping the eccentricity by Paul Fleckney

Every year at the Edinburgh fringe festival, the comedian pushes his luck a bit further and his latest show is outright folly Continue reading...

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Porgy and Bess, Regent's Park Open Air Theatre by David Nice

It should work as pure musical theatre. Yet what precisely is Gershwin’s - or rather “The Gershwins’”, as this title frames it, though Ira wasn’t quite Gilbert or Brecht - Porgy an…

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A Bright Room Called Day, Southwark Playhouse by Marianka Swain

The pivotal early 1930s period in which Herr Hitler overcame strong if fractured left-wing opposition should make for meaty drama, but the sluggish polemic currently occupying Southwark Play…

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Let's talk about sets: A Streetcar Named Desire by Sarah Lee and Maya Hanika

Production designer Christopher Oram takes us behind the scenes to explain the artful detail and steamy authenticity of his set and costumes for the Donmar's revival of Tennessee Williams'…

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How fan fiction made improv cool by Nell Frizzell

Hobbit sex fantasies are all very well, but what if Dostoevsky met a dinosaur? Nell Frizzell finds out what fan fiction has done for standup while Josie Long and Nick Gibb release their inn…

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John Gallagher, Jr. Set for HOT SCHOTTS at The Bowery Electric Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Schott NYC Presents Hot Schotts starring John Gallagher, Jr. at The Bowery Electric tonight, July 29th.

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Cynthia Erivo and Cassidy Janson Star in Ahrens & Flaherty's DESSA ROSE European Debut, Beg. Tonight at Trafalgar Studios by BroadwayWorld

Cynthia Erivo I Can't Sing, The Color Purple returns to the West End alongside Cassidy Janson Avenue Q, Wicked, Candide in the European premiere of Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty's Dessa R…

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Jessica Grove, Alan Mingo Jr. and More Star in Disney's THE LITTLE MERMAID at North Carolina Theatre, Now thru 8/3 by BroadwayWorld

North Carolina Theatre NCT, the region's premier producer of professional Broadway musicals now celebrating 30 years, has announced the casting for their upcoming original production of Disn…

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Amber Tamblyn and Shawn Hatosy Star in REASONS TO BE PRETTY, Beginning Tonight at the Geffen by BroadwayWorld

Nick Gehlfuss Shameless, The Newsroom, Shawn Hatosy Southland, Reckless, Amber Tamblyn Joan of Arcadia, Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and Alicia Witt Justified, 88 Minutes are cast in th…

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Chandra Lee Schwartz and Etai BenShlomo Join WICKED National Tour Today by BroadwayWorld

The company of the first North American tour of Wicked welcomes Chandra Lee Schwartz as Glinda and Etai BenShlomo today, July 29 in Salt Lake City, UT.

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Harold Prince Discusses COMPANY & The Perfect Musical by Pat Cerasaro

Legendary producer and director Harold Prince discusses his idea of the perfect musical as it pertains to the classic Stephen SondheimGeorge Furth concept musical COMPANY as part of a new vi…

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OF MICE & MEN Star James Franco Guests on LIVE Today by TV News Desk

Today, July 29, 2014 on LIVE with Kelly and Michael, hosts Kelly Ripa and Michael Strahan chat with one of Broadway's hottest stars, James Franco. The Golden Globe-winning actor will join R…

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Sheldon Harnick Reflects On 50 Years of FIDDLER ON THE ROOF by Pat Cerasaro

Legendary Broadway songwriter Sheldon Harnick reflects on 50 years of his popular musical FIDDLER ON THE ROOF in honor of its anniversary this month as part of a new interview.

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BWW Recap: Broadway's Patti Murin Breaks Down Finale of First 'Real' Season of THE BACHELORETTE by Patti Murin

Tonight, Broadway's favorite cheerleader, Patti Murin, is sharing her expert insights into THE BACHELORETTE's season finale. Patti is going to be live-tweeting throughout the show before wri…

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All roads lead to BOYHOOD by Win Goodbody

It’s a holdout from the old Portland, and still one of the best screens in the city. It’s Cinema 21. And that’s where BOYHOOD is playing (and selling out). And that’s…

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Big Data: Backstage Diaries by Young Hollywood

Big Data: Backstage Diaries YH heads to the Summer Grove Concert Series in L.A. to catch up with the man behind electro-pop music project Big Data, Alan Wilkis! He reveals to us the meanin…

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Lea Michele Shares Selfie From SONS OF ANARCHY Set by Pat Cerasaro

Broadway headliner and GLEE star Lea Michele recently announced that she would be appearing on the hit FX drama series SONS OF ANARCHY and the star can now be spotted in a selfie shared from…

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MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL, Starring Howie Michael Smith, Makes World Premiere Tonight at Bay Street Theater by BroadwayWorld

Bay Street Theater presents the World Premiere of MY LIFE IS A MUSICAL tonight, July 29-August 31. This musical comedy book, music and lyrics by Adam Overett, is directed and choreographed b…

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That'll Play Podcast Welcomes Broadway Usher Who Turned Experience into TV Pilot by Matt Tamanini

The newest episode of the That'll Play with Matt and John Podcast has a decidedly Broadway feel to it. The episode, 'Broadway Go Go,' centers around a talented aspiring actress named Jessica…

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Andre Gregory Talks New Film Of Ibsen's A MASTER BUILDER by Pat Cerasaro

Familiar theatre personality Andre Gregory discusses his participation along with Academy Award-winning director Jonathan Demme in creating a film version of Wallace Shawn's new adaptation o…

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Giuseppe Rotunno Remembers Bob Fosse & ALL THAT JAZZ by Pat Cerasaro

Legendary cinematographer Giuseppe Rotunno reflects on working with master stage and screen director Bob Fosse on the movie musical ALL THAT JAZZ as part of a new interview.

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Stars of Summer: Goodspeed's Fiddler on the Roof Star Elizabeth DeRosa on Hiking Trails and the Charm of Small Towns by Whitney Spaner

Playbill.com catches up with Elizabeth DeRosa, starring as Hodel in the Goodspeed Opera House production of Fiddler on the Roof, which continues through Sept. 12.

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Howie Michael Smith's Life Is a Musical, Beginning Tonight by Andrew Gans

Sag Harbor's Bay Street Theater presents the world premiere of My Life Is a Musical, which plays the New York venue July 29-Aug. 31.

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"Smash" Actor Hosts Dallas-Area Master Classes July 29-30 by Michael Gioia

Actor Wesley Taylor, who created and stars in the comedy series "It Could Be Worse," offers master classes in Texas for performers interested in musical theatre July 29-30.

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TV Stars Amber Tamblyn, Nick Gehlfuss and More Explore Reasons to Be Pretty at Geffen Playhouse, Beginning July 29 by Carey Purcell

The Geffen Playhouse continues its ongoing presentations of works by Neil LaBute with the dark comedy Reasons to Be Pretty, which begins performances July 29. 

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The Little Mermaid Swims to North Carolina Theatre Tonight by Andrew Gans

The North Carolina Theatre production of Disney’s The Little Mermaid plays July 29-Aug. 3 at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium in the Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts.

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National Tour of Wicked Welcomes New Glinda and Boq Tonight by Andrew Gans

The company of the first North American tour of Stephen Schwartz and Winnie Holzman's Wicked welcomes Chandra Lee Schwartz as Glinda and Etai BenShlomo as Boq beginning July 29 in Salt L…

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A Closed/Open Experience: Behind the Scenes at the Sundance Theatre Lab by Christopher Chen

In the third installment of his weekly blog, Sundance Institute Theatre Lab fellow and playwright Christopher Chen offers insight into the creative process behind the lab, which ran through …

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7 Fall Broadway Shows to Get Tickets to Now! by Playbill Staff

The 2014 fall Broadway season is filling up with star-driven comedies, mysterious new dramas, revivals of Pulitzer Prize-winning classics and buzzed-about musical premieres. Here's our l…

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Tix on Sale for Bridget Everett's Rock Bottom at the Public by Adam Hetrick

Rock Bottom, the outrageous evening from downtown darling Bridget Everett, will open the Public Theater's season at its Astor Place home beginning Sept. 9 at Joe's Pub. Tickets are n…

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Infidelity Sparks Poor Behavior; Theresa Rebeck Comedy Arrives Off-Broadway Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Primary Stages' 30th anniversary season launches July 29 with Theresa Rebeck's Poor Behavior, which explores infidelity and America and stars Heidi Armbruster, Brian Avers and more.

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It's Quite Alright: Original West End Jersey Boys Star Ryan Molloy Crosses the Pond for His Broadway Debut by Broadway.com

A London Frankie is working his way back to Jersey Boys. Ryan Molloy, who earned an Olivier nod for originating the role of Frankie Valli in the West End production, makes his Broadway debut…

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