Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Miley Cyrus Auditions For the LES MISERABLES Film With 'On My Own' by Stage Tube

A video had surfaced on Miley Cyrus auditioning for the Les Miserables film in 2011. The video features the popstar singing On My Own from the hit musical. Watch it below

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The Human Voice, Gate Theatre review - unrelenting and sad by Katherine Waters

The end of the line at the the end of a telephone lineIt’s night, and the woman (Leanne Best, pictured top) is waiting for a phone call. She’s desperate for the voice of her lover – o…

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Royal Court Theatre Announces New And Now: Plays From China, A Series Of New Readings by BroadwayWorld

The Royal Court Theatre in partnership with the British Council announce new readings of work with writers based in China. This series of public readings titled New and Now Plays from China …

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Original British musical Pieces of String to become available on Digital Theatre by Matthew Hemley

British musical Pieces of String is to be made available to stream online and to more than 3 million students, as part

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Dishoom! review at Watford Palace, London – ‘Light-hearted and colourful’ by Paul Vale

There are billowing waves of nostalgia in Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti’s new play Dishoom!. Not just for the 1970s, playfully recreated in Neil

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Drag Race’s Michelle Visage to star in Everybody’s Talking About Jamie by Matthew Hemley

RuPaul’s Drag Race judge Michelle Visage is to star in the musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie. She will play Miss Hedge in

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Sean Holmes appointed associate artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe by Matthew Hemley

Sean Holmes has been appointed associate artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe. Holmes recently announced his departure from the Lyric Hammersmith, where he

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VIDEO: Watch 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' From TUTS' OKLAHOMA! by Stage Tube

Theatre Under the Stars presents Oklahoma through September 23. Get a look at Sam Simahk Curly singing the iconic number 'Oh, What a Beautiful Mornin' in the video below

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Brief 9/19: Brandon Uranowitz Joins THE BAND'S VISIT, Raul Esparza Returns to the Stage, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Brandon Uranowitz will join the company of The Band's Visit, Raul Esparza will return to the New York stage, and more

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BWW Exclusive: First Listen to 'I Will Wait For You' From the HUNDRED DAYS Cast Album by BroadwayWorld

The 'Hundred Days' original cast album will be released in streaming and digital formats on Friday, September 21 from Ghostlight Records. Get an exclusive first listen to the song 'I Will Wa…

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Tartuffe review at Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘bold, contemporary adaptation’ by Dave Fargnoli

Opening with a bone-rattling blast of Black Sabbath, it’s clear from the outset that the Royal Shakespeare Company’s new adaptation of Moliere’s

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Michelle Visage Will Join the Company of EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE by BroadwayWorld

Everybody's Talking About Jamie, the award-winning feel good musical sensation, has announced that internationally renowned personality, Michelle Visage, will be making her West End musical …

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Shakespeare's Globe Announces Casting For The Winter Season by BroadwayWorld

Shakespeare's Globe has announced casting for the Winter Season 2018, its plans for a year-long cycle of history plays from February 2019, and Globe Associates, to include Sean Holmes, who i…

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Multi Award-Winning Singer Anne Steele To Make Her London Debut by BroadwayWorld

New York singersongwriter Anne Steele is to make her London debut at Crazy Coqs with her show, Welcome to the Big Top, on Monday 1 and Tuesday 2 October.

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Kate Mulvany Stars in Reworked AN ENEMY OF THE PEOPLE by BroadwayWorld

A brand new Belvoir production of An Enemy of the People reunites the powerhouse team behind critically-acclaimed hits Medea and Jasper Jones, director Anne-Louise Sarks and the superb Kate …

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Touching the Void review at Bristol Old Vic – ‘gripping, inventively staged survival story’ by Ben Kulvichit

You may have heard the story. In one of mountaineering’s most audacious survival tales, Joe Simpson, climbing Siula Grande in the Peruvian

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

The Human Voice review at Gate Theatre, London – ‘drags despite being visually flashy’ by Tim Bano

To use only simple elements was Jean Cocteau’s aim for La Voix Humaine. “Not to rely too heavily on the production to

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Michelle Terry to star alongside husband Paul Ready in Macbeth at Shakespeare’s Globe by Matthew Hemley

Shakespeare’s Globe artistic director Michelle Terry is to star with her real-life husband Paul Ready in Macbeth. Macbeth will open the theatre’s

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BWW Review: TOUCHING THE VOID, Bristol Old Vic by Kerrie Nicholson

Continuing their thrilling Year Of Change, Bristol Old Vic brings an epic tale of survival to the stage for the first time as Tom Morris directs a breathtakingly inventive adaptation of Touc…

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Autumn Season At Jacksons Lane Gives Prominence To Female Voices by BroadwayWorld

This autumn Jacksons Lane puts female artists at the forefront. In an industry still fraught with gender imbalance, this season is packed with bold, disruptive and feminist work by the world…

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The Royal Opera House Reveals New Linbury Theatre Season by BroadwayWorld

The Royal Opera House today opens the doors to its transformed new home, following an extensive three-year construction project.

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BWW Interview: Jonathan Bailey & Alex Gaumond Talk COMPANY by Rona Kelly

West End shows will find themselves in good company later this month. Company returns to the London stage in a reworked version by Marianne Elliott, set in the modern day and featuring gende…

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Twelfth Night review at Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘exuberant exploration of gender’ by Thom Dibdin

Director Wils Wilson ventures into the parts of Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night that most productions leave alone, cutting few, if any, lines in

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BWW Interview: Sarah Crabtree and Emma Southworth Discuss The Royal Opera House's Linbury Theatre and Open Up Project by Gary Naylor

BWW talks to Sarah Crabtree and Emma Southworth about the Royal Opera House's Open Up Project and the new season at the Linbury Theatre.

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Crowning glory: @YoungThacko & @SavannahSt are just two of the West End names starring in @LMTOrch’s #Camelot at @LondonPalladium

David Thaxton’s Arthur and Savannah Stevenson’s Guenevere will not only be joined by the likes of Celinde Schoenmaker, Emmanuel Kojo & Oliver Savile in London Musical Theatre Orchestra…

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Royal Opera House unveils first season in redesigned Linbury Theatre by Georgia Snow

Regent’s Park artistic director Timothy Sheader will make his Royal Opera House debut next year directing a children’s opera that will help

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

More Tales From The Crammed Conference Luncheon Table by Joe Patti

I have suspected it before, but now I really am convinced that Seth Godin is reading my mind. Right after I made my post about perceived value of conference professional development sessions…

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Pay rises, job shares and a five-day week – Equity submits ‘ambitious’ West End claim by Matthew Hemley

An ambitious claim has been put to West End theatre bosses that seeks to overhaul working conditions in Theatreland, by enabling more

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Exclusive interview with Bonnie Langford: ‘It’s amazing I’m still performing’ by Matthew Hemley

Nearly 50 years after her West End debut, Bonnie Langford is returning to Drury Lane to star in 42nd Street. The versatile

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BWW Review: Musical Dating Adventure NEUROSIS Is Extremely Enjoyable Fluff by Michael Dale

While the exact location of composer Ben Green, lyricist Greg Edwards and bookwriter Allan Rice's funny and frothy new musical dating adventure, Neurosis, is never revealed, it's a safe bet …

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Behind the scenes: Royal Opera House Opens Up after £50m revamp by George Hall

As the Royal Opera House prepares to let the public into its redeveloped spaces, chief executive Alex Beard tells George Hall why

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Competition: Win tickets to The Distance You Have Come at the Cockpit Theatre by The Stage

From award-winning composer Scott Alan, comes a song cycle of his most acclaimed works, told through some of the greatest generational voices

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Mark Shenton: Musicals follow fashion, but are some trends better than others? by Mark Shenton

Hit shows are not created in a vacuum, but sometimes they fill one. Success breeds imitation and more success – and some

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Theatre Review: ‘Annie’ at Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre by Mark Dreisonstok

A recent visit to the Mid-Atlantic Nostalgia Convention reminded me of the origin of “Annie,” for there were displayed a 1930’s full-color Sunday comic strip and a mug with Annie adver…

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“Green Book” Wins 2018 Toronto Festival Award by Blouin Artinfo

Peter Farrelly’s “Green Book” is the winner of this year’s Grolsch People’s Choice Award at the Toronto International Film Festival. Starring Oscar winner Mahershala Ali and L…

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Wednesday, September 19, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

London Stage Star Kirsty Bushell on Playing the Fierce and Feral Regan Opposite Ian McKellen in King Lear by Matt Wolf

Kirsty Bushell has played Shakespeare’s Juliet as well as Olivia in Twelfth Night and has been earning praise, and eliciting gasps, for her no-holds-barred portrayal of the venomous Re…

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Film’s female detectives get nasty

Nicole Kidman is hard to like in ‘Destroyer’ — and that may be a good thing for feminism

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Step Inside Broadway’s St. James Theatre by Hannah Vine

Inside the Theatre, the series that documents Broadway’s historic playhouses, continues with the St. James, home to Disney's Frozen.

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The Revolving Cycles Truly and Steadily Roll'd Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The world premiere of Jonathan Payne’s new drama opens at the Duke on 42nd Street September 19.

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Something Rotten! National Tour Begins September 19 by Andrew Gans

The non-Equity tour launches at the RiverCenter for the Performing Arts in Columbus, Georgia.

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