Monday, February 18, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Among the Dead’ at Spooky Action Theatre by Sophia Howes

Hansol Jung is an imaginative young playwright whose work focuses on feeling perpetually uprooted. Born in Jeonju, South Korea, she moved with her family to South Africa at the age of 6. Whe…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Lisa Borders, CEO of Time’s Up Anti-Harassment Group, Resigns by Cara Buckley

Borders, formerly president of the WNBA, is leaving Time’s Up for family reasons after four months in the position.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: COME FROM AWAY, Phoenix Theatre by Marianka Swain

A remarkable true story birthed this modest Canadian musical, which went on to storm Broadway in 2017, and now makes it West End debut at a time when its heartfelt message seems more necessa…

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VIDEO: See The Original Islanders At COME FROM AWAY's London Opening by BroadwayWorld

Tonight saw the London opening of acclaimed musical COME FROM AWAY at the Phoenix Theatre in the West End. See videobelow of the original Islanders joining the cast and creators at curtain c…

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Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes CHOIR BOY's Chuck Cooper, Austin Pendleton by Keith Price's Curtain Call

Since I have already told you how much I LOVE the current Broadway Limited-Run Hit, CHOIR BOY, it stands to reason that with a little artful requesting, I would be able to wrangle an intervi…

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Come From Away review at Phoenix Theatre, London – ‘moving, uplifting and life-affirming’ by Tim Bano

Before jet engines, aircraft travelling across the Atlantic from Europe had to stop for fuel on Newfoundland, an island on Canada’s most

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If Netflix’s Roma Wins Oscars’ Best Picture, It Will Change The Movie Business Forever by Artsjournal

If a film primarily distributed online wins, the debate in Hollywood about what constitutes cinema is over. It would strike a blow to the big multiplex chains, which have refused to show …

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The Way Musicians Understand Beethoven Is Different From The Ways Listeners Do. Here’s How by Artsjournal

Anne Midgette: “There’s a big gap between the way classical music is introduced to lay listeners and the way musicians experience it. We tend to offer classical music to audiences li…

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Artist Foundations Are Now Worth More Than $7 Billion. What’s Driving Them? by Artsjournal

According to new research, assets owned by artist-endowed foundations more than doubled in the five-year period between 2011 and 2015, rising 120 percent to $7.66 billion from $3.48 billion…

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Review: Come From Away at Phoenix Theatre by Hailey Bachrach

Hope and pain: Hailey Bachrach writes on a hit musical following the fates of the 'plane people' who landed in Newfoundland, post 9/11. The post Review: Come From Away at Phoenix Theatre app…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Come from Away, Phoenix Theatre, review: Drama thrives on conflict and this musical about 9/11 has very little of that by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

It would be impossible to imagine a more complete antidote to Neil LaBute's 2002 play 'The Mercy Seat' than this warm musical by Irene Sankoff and David Hein

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Come From Away review – relentless niceness in tale of post-9/11 Canadian kindness by Michael Billington

Phoenix theatre, LondonThis musical about plane passengers diverted to Newfoundland on 11 September has plenty of heart but not enough biteThis musical by the Canadian married team of Irene …

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2018 Green Room Awards nominations announced by Matt Edwards

The nominations for the 36th Green Room Awards, for work presented on Melbourne stages in 2018 have been announced. The Green Room Awards recognise outstanding achievements in productions fr…

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Lights Out Extends a Second Time at the Geffen Playhouse by Mark Peikert

The play with music stars Dulé Hill and Daniel J. Watts.

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Matthew Broderick Stops by At Home With Amy Sedaris by Mark Peikert

The Tony winner appears as the author of The Glass Teenagerie on an upcoming episode Season 2 of Season 2 the truTV series.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

SFMoMA To Sell Rothko Painting To Help Diversify Its Collection by Artsjournal

The move, said director Neal Benezra, will “enhance (the museum’s) contemporary holdings, and address art historical gaps.” Significantly, he said, it will also address the need “to…

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Fakes Everywhere – It’s Just About Impossible Now To Figure Out What’s Real by Artsjournal

Fakery is gushing in from everywhere and we’re drowning in it. “Deepfake” videos mash up one person’s body with someone else’s face. Easy-to-use software can generate audio or vi…

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Jazz CD Review: Wadada Leo Smith’s “Rosa Parks: Pure Love” — Making History Present by Michael Ullman

Rosa Parks: Pure Love is a serious, substantial, and long work, alternately harsh and calming, one that I am sure should be seen as well as heard. The post Jazz CD Review: Wadada Leo Smith&#…

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Book Review: “Gatsby’s Child” — America’s Old Money, In Decay by Katharine Coldiron

Everything about Schumacher's story indicates that clichés about the '50s are so powerful because things really were that way: repressive, poisonous, full of unspoken secrets and blustering…

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At FIDDLER ON THE ROOF in London by BroadwayWorld

The Menier Chocolate Factory presents its major revival of one of the world's most-beloved musicals of all time, Fiddler on the Roof, in a new staging by Trevor Nunn. Check out new video of …

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The Waiting Game by David Kaufman

Welcome to "The Waiting Game," a play by Charles Gershman, which has the makings for a meaningful drama, but never really amounts to much. A large part of the problem is the nondescript and …

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Up on the Marquee: BEETLEJUICE Arrives on Broadway by Walter McBride

The Winter Garden Theater Box Office 1634 Broadway is officially open for the new Broadway musical comedy Beetlejuice, which begins Broadway performances Thursday, March 28, 2019, with an op…

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Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes COME FROM AWAY Star Jenn Colella by Keith Price's Curtain Call

I really do love it when I finally get the chance to sit with one of my favorite Broadway Divas. I have been waiting to have studio time with the Tony Award Nominee, Drama Desk Award Winning…

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Up on the Marquee: ANASTASIA Gets a Makeover with Christy Altomare and Cody Simpson by Walter McBride

Before the holidays, the cast welcomed Australian pop star Cody Simpson in the role of Dmitry.He joinedChristy Altomareas Anastasia, andJohn Bolton, Judy Kaye, Vicki Lewis and Max von Essen.…

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Edward Arnold: A Diamond in the Smooth by Trav S.D.

Actor Edward Arnold (Gunther Edward Arnold Schneider, 1890-1956) was simultaneously owlish, shifty-looking and possessed of an excellent baritone voice, a perfect combination to play shady l…

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Full cast announced for Barnum the Musical by Matt Edwards

The full cast of Barnum the Musical has been announced! The production, which will open at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre in April, had previously confirmed Todd McKenney as P.T. Barnum, Rach…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Further casting is announced for Josie Rourke’s production of Sweet Charity at the Donmar Warehouse by Press Releases

The Donmar Warehouse has announced further casting for artistic director Josie Rourke’s farewell production Sweet Charity. Joining previously announced cast members Anne-Marie Duff as Char…

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California Fire’s Aftermath: A Prominent Artist Loses Decades Of Work, Documentation by Artsjournal

All of it was gone. Five decades of artwork, tools and texts — crucial components of Liz Albuquerque’s archive and artistic legacy. Within a few hours, reduced to ash-covered rubble. …

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Stop For A Moment To Appreciate How Much We Depend On Standards by Artsjournal

The basic irony of standards is the simple fact that there is no standard way to create a standard, nor is there even a standard definition of “standard.” There are, however, longstandin…

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Brantley in Britain: At the London Theater, a Fear of the Foreign and Familiar by Ben Brantley

Revivals of work by Pinter and Miller — and a play about an Englishman roped into an Italian horror movie — ponder mortal anxiety in the age of Brexit.

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - February 18th - BE MORE CHILL Tops Broadway Growth In Its First Week! by Alan Henry

With most ticket sales, purchasing decisions, and fan experiences happening online, a Broadway show's digital presence is more important than ever. In this feature, each week I'll analyze ou…

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Review: ‘Henry IV, Part I’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company by William Powell

Intrigue! Battles! History! Excitement! In a stunningly entertaining display of stagecraft, Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s Henry IV, Part I features three of the best performances you…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

The “Most Bananas Artistic Undertaking Of This Century”? by Artsjournal

Rachel Donadio: “To DAU’s producers and editors, and some of its celebrity-artist guests, the project has become a vibrant creative and intellectual community, even a way of life. T…

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Large Study Shows Students Do Better All Around If They Get Education In The Arts by Artsjournal

It’s just the latest study to find that giving students more access to the arts offers measurable benefits. And adding time for dance, theater, or visual arts isn’t at odds with traditio…

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Review: ‘Thunder Knocking on the Door’ at Creative Cauldron by Bob Ashby

Thunder, in this case, is one Marvell Thunder, a supernatural, shape-shifting, competitive trickster who has surrendered a good bit of his humanity to act as the spirit of the blues. Played …

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An Infamous ‘Lolita’ Musical Gets a Belated New York Debut by Louis Peitzman

A celebration of the “My Fair Lady” lyricist and librettist offers audiences a chance to reconsider one of his biggest flops.

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Review: All About Eve at by Lizzie Loveridge

Ivo van Hove's fascinating adaptation of an iconic film with Gillian Anderson and Lily James

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VIDEO: The Cast of BEAUTIFUL Performs a Medley of Carole King Hits on THE VIEW by Stage Tube

The cast of 'Beautiful The Carole King Musical,' stopped by 'The View' on Monday to perform a medley of Carole King hits.

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BWW Exclusive: Celebrate Love with More of Broadway's Favorite Couples! by Monroe George

It may be 50 of candy today, but there's no discounting these sweet love stories. BroadwayWorld is back with even more of your favorite Broadway couples, with all the 'aw' and 'ah' moments i…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

The Heiress review, a triumph for Laura C. Harris, leading Arena’s fine cast by Tim Treanor

We knew about autism in 1947, when Ruth and Augustus Goetz translated Henry James’ “Washington Square” to the stage as The Heiress, but we understood it only as a sum-zero …

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Tell Me More | Episode 21: Reeve Carney on Solo Concert, “Hadestown,” and Life as a Musician/Actor by Matt Tamanini

Listen to the episode here: On this episode of BroadwayRadio’s “Tell Me More,” Matt Tamanini speaks with Reeve Carney just days before he begins performances for the new Br…

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Review: ‘Boy Band Brunch’ at The Green Room 42 by Deb Miller

A recurrent act at The Green Room 42, The Boy Band Project is back by popular demand with its Boy Band Brunch for four Sundays in February and March. So if you can’t say “Bye Bye…

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AI Researchers Made A Bot That Wrote Convincing News Stories. It Was So Good They Shut It Down by Artsjournal

These excellent results have freaked the researchers out. One concern they have is that the technology would be used to turbo-charge fake news operations. The Guardian published a fake new…

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The Former Dancer Who Brought The Joy (And Big Success) Back To Gymnastics by Artsjournal

“I know what it’s like to have to go through puberty in a leotard,” said Kondos Field, a former professional ballerina who had little experience in gymnastics instruction when she join…

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David Ireland: 'I find it hard to end my plays without violence' by Mark Lawson

His plays have shocked audiences on both sides of the Atlantic. Is David Ireland bothered about the walk-outs? Will he give in to demands for trigger warnings?Cradling his grandchild for the…

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Tyler Gledhill and Edwin Huizinga let their creativity take flight for Opera Atelier by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

The dancer and violinist have co-created new work for Atelier’s The Angel Speaks, debuting Feb. 21 at the Royal Ontario Museum.

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Big ideas anchor ‘Reykjavík’ and ‘The Old Man, the Youth, and the Sea’ by Celia Wren

Romantic images and deep themes link new works at Rorschach and GALA.

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The Intimate Process of DUET-ED by Nic Adams and Cori Marquis

It shook me, as the kids say. And I see a lot. And experience a lot. And I felt shook.

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Talent and Tenacity by Aaron Hunt

Thespian alum takes center stage in Chicago Hamilton The post Talent and Tenacity appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Come From Away’s real Nick and Diane Marson & their #WestEnd counterparts Robert Hands & Helen Hobson by Olivia Mitchell

One amazing story in Come From Away is that of Nick and Diane Marson who met on a diverted plane and fell unexpectedly in love. Editor, Olivia, got to chat to Nick and Diane about the show a…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

BWW Interview: Jeanna de Waal Talks Bringing DIANA To Life At La Jolla Playhouse by E.h. Reiter

According to most fairy tales, it is when the beautiful, young maiden is married to her Price Charming that their 'Happily Ever After' can begin. DIANA, the world premiere musical at the La …

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PRODUCTIONS The Wooden Heart Production #1 of The Wooden Heart Acadiana Repertory Theater Lafayette, LA Opens September 6, 2019. KODACHROME Production #8 of Kodachrome Our Town Theatre G…

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Discovering George Kirby by Trav S.D.

This post is one of a series honoring Black History Month. I was young when when George Kirby (1923-1995) hit the peak of his fame (1972), and his plunge to obscurity thereafter was so rapid…

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Un Ballo in Maschera review at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff – ‘spectacular, ghoulish flair’ by Steph Power

When censors forbade the onstage depiction of regicide, Verdi was forced to relocate his 1859 Un Ballo in Maschera (A Masked Ball)

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Thelonious! by Mark Dundas Wood

Welch and the play’s director, Jonathan Weber, seem to be going for a sort of Ionesco-esque ambience here. The story unfolds in a broadly played, cartoonish way. Occasionally, a satirical …

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The Arts Were Supposed To Lead On Diversity. It Hasn’t Turned Out That Way by Artsjournal

Current diversity initiatives within the cultural and creative industries continue to approach the issue of ethnic minority equality through a culture of schemes – and the hyper-celebratio…

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Fears Of A Crackdown On Artists In Cuba by Artsjournal

The government issued a decree that requires artists to obtain government approval before performing or displaying their work, while also regulating the artwork itself. For example, it prohi…

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Despite Reports, The Louvre Says It’s Still Hoping To Get Salvador Mundi For Big Leonardo Show by Artsjournal

“I confirm the Musée du Louvre has asked for the loan of the Salvator Mundi for its October exhibition and truly wishes to exhibit the artwork,” a spokeswoman for the institution tells …

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Photo Flash: Inside AN EVENING WITH STEPHEN SCHWARTZ at Hope Mill Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Last night, Katy Lipson of Aria Entertainment and Joseph Houston and William Whelton of Hope Mill Theatre hosted 'An Evening with Stephen Schwartz' - a showcase of the legendary, multi-award…

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BWW Review: MACBETH, Orange Tree Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan

School is where most of us are introduced to William Shakespeare and the nature of this introduction will often impact on how much we love or loath The Bard in later life.In their series Sha…

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Photo Flash: First Look at the UK Tour of THE MOUSETRAP by BroadwayWorld

Get a first look below atthe 2019 UK Tour ofThe Mousetrap,the legendary whodunnit and record-breaking murder mystery from Queen of Crime, DameAgatha Christie,starringGwyneth StrongOnly Fools…

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PHOTOS: Sneak a peek inside rehearsals for Athol Fugard’s A Lesson from Aloes by Featured Content

Janet Suzman's first-ever London revival of Athol Fugard's 1978 Apartheid-era, South African classic A Lesson From Aloes comes to the Finborough Theatre next week. Sneak a peek inside rehear…

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‘Honest & gritty autobiographical work’: SPARKPLUG – Touring ★★★ by Kristy Stott

Manchester-based Box of Tricks Theatre Company has spent two years developing SparkPlug with dual heritage writer/performer David Judge.

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Props maker Andy Bubble on the ice cream van he built Julie Hesmondhalgh for Mother Courage by Chris Bartlett

He started out creating fireballs, now he’s designed a moving ice-cream van for Mother Courage. Royal Exchange props expert Andy Bubble tells

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Understanding the Music Behind Broadway’s Choir Boy by Ruthie Fierberg

Jeremy Pope, Caleb Eberhardt, and the cast of the Tarell Alvin McCraney play recall the church songs that impacted their lives.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Daniil Trifonov and the London Symphony Orchestra — a showman to his fingertips

The dazzling young pianist launched his Artist Portrait series with a Barbican concert conducted by Simon Rattle

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Things fall apart in Berlin Staatsoper’s new Zauberflöte

The singers look terrified as they fly through the air in this marionette-show staging — but the problems don’t end there

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Miss Julie review at Perth Theatre – ‘power and precision’ by David Pollock

Directed by up-and-coming young Scottish-based director Shilpa T-Hyland, who is under 30 and engaged on the project through winning Perth Theatre’s first

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Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes Dominique Morisseau, Karen Pittman by Keith Price's Curtain Call

I have the great fortune to talk to fabulous people all of the time, and Multi-Award Winning Playwright and Screenwriter,Dominique Morriseau, is no exception. This playwright has taken to th…

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BWW Interview: Eden Espinosa Talks FALSETTOS on Tour and More! by Brett Burger

Being the theatre fan that I am, was beyond ecstatic when I read that the Eden Espinosa would be in the production. If I had a dollar for every time I watched the various performances of her…

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HADESTOWN Box Office Opens Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

The box office of the Walter Kerr Theatre 219 West 48th Street opens tomorrow at 10 AM for Hadestown, the eagerly anticipated new Broadway musical. The Kerr's normal box office hours will be…

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VIDEO: Rachel Zegler and Antonio Cipriano Sing 'You Matter to Me' From WAITRESS by Stage Tube

Rachel Zegler and Antonio Cipriano are two of musical theatre's up and coming young stars. The pair recently teamed up to perform a cover of You Matter to Me from Waitress, accompanied by Ty…

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9 to 5 writer Patricia Resnick: ‘The musical has been called a period piece – but it’s more relevant now than ever’ by Matthew Hemley

9 to 5 creator Patricia Resnick has claimed the musical has more “resonance” post #MeToo, claiming the production had been considered a

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West End Come from Away cast: ‘Politicians should see our show’ by Georgia Snow

Rachel Tucker and other cast members from the musical Come from Away have appealed to politicians to attend the show, arguing that

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Stage managers’ working conditions to be reviewed in effort to prevent ‘serious and chronic injury’ by Giverny Masso

Stage managers have complained of back issues and having to twist around ‘like contortionists’ to do their job at prompt desks, leading

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Amazing A Cappella Group Sings 37 Musicals In 7 Minutes by Theatrenerds

We legit can’t stop watching this… 37 musicals in 7 minutes courtesy of The Bluebelles More The post Amazing A Cappella Group Sings 37 Musicals In 7 Minutes appeared first on Th…

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Ryan Adams Is The Tip Of An Indie Male Iceberg Of Terrible Behavior ‘Visible From Space’ by Artsjournal2

And every indie music journalist knows it. “Publicists for male indie stars ask for guarantees that allegations and evidence of an artist’s bad behaviour aren’t referred to in inte…

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Netflix Really Wants An Oscar (Or Two) by Artsjournal2

To get an Oscar, or two, or more, you need a campaign, and a budget. Netflix is on it. “Now the costly Oscar push that Ms. Taback has orchestrated for Roma is starting to look historic…

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The Magic Flute review at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff – ‘moralising and mirth’ by Steph Power

Only Mozart could so deftly have celebrated the Age of Enlightenment through an opera spanning moral philosophy, high drama, fairytale romance –

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‘Has an extra frisson’: IN SEARCH OF APPLAUSE – Old Red Lion Theatre ★★★ by Michael Davis

Written and performed by Maroussia Vladi, In Search Of Applause examines the choices a young woman makes regarding fulfilment and ‘happiness’ – from her initial idealism to ‘lying in…

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Finish the Lyrics: UK Theatre Nerd VS US Theatre Nerd by Theatrenerds

Auna is back with a special quest to play ‘Finish the Lyrics’ – musical edition. Follow Auna on Facebook HERE And Instagram HERE More The post Finish the Lyrics: UK Thea…

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Playwright Madeline Gould: ‘I urge all creatives to investigate rural touring’ by Giverny Masso

With two shows at Vault Festival in London this year, writer Madeline Gould tells Giverny Masso about her passion for rural touring

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Podcast Episode 178 — Broadway Licensing President, Sean Cercone

If you listen to this podcast, in the midst of Sean’s passion for our art form, you’ll hear a lot of data and stats roll off his tongue like he was a baseball nerd talking about …

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Podcast Episode 178 — Broadway Licensing President, Sean Cercone by Reilly Hickey   If you listen to this podcast, in the midst of Sean’s passion for our art form, you’ll hear a lot of …

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Theatr Clwyd Announce World Class Team To Lead Major Building Redevelopment by BroadwayWorld

Theatr Clwyd announce today a world renowned team of industry specialists to lead a major redevelopment of the Flintshire arts hub, one of Wales' major cultural assets and an award-winning c…

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Review: All About Eve, Noël Coward Theatre by Jessica Handscomb

Review: All About Eve, Noël Coward Theatre5.0starsAll About Eve is, somewhat predictably, all about Eve. Eve Harrington (Lily James), in particular – a down and out war widow with a l…

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Donmar Warehouse Announces Further Casting For SWEET CHARITY by BroadwayWorld

The Donmar Warehouse today announces further casting for Artistic Director Josie Rourke's farewell production, Sweet Charity. Joining previously announced cast members Anne-Marie Duff as Cha…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- THE CHER SHOW'S Jason Moore! by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Broadway alum Ilana Levine, who makes her entrance onto the podcast stage with her new show Little Known Facts. Ilana's unique brand of celebrity interview, …

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Feature: On The Intersection Between Theatre and Technology by Cindy Marcolina

The fine print on ZU-UK's latest project, Binaural Dinner Date says 'Warning do not come if you are fundamentally opposed to falling in love'. That's how the acclaimed theatre company works …

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George Givot: Faux Greek Ukrainian with a Faux French Name by Trav S.D.

  George Givot (Yuri Givistinsky, 1903-1984) was a performer who qualified as a star, or close to it, in his own time, but whose name has gotten swallowed up by time. Born in Ekaterinos…

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The Case Of The Ubiquitous Five-Floor Apartment Block, Or, Why American Cities All Look The Same by Artsjournal2

The style – “five over one – five stories of apartments over a ground-floor ‘podium’ of parking and/or retail” – is dependent on what’s called…

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An Entire Italian Town Fell Silent In Order To Preserve The Sounds Of Stradivarius by Artsjournal2

In Cremona, where the mayor doubles as the president of the Antonio Stradivarius Violin Museum Foundation, sound engineers were trying to record every note a Strad could make, and every tran…

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Booker Prizewinner Marlon James On Following Up His Literary Novel With An Epic African Fantasy Trilogy by Artsjournal2

James, who is originally Jamaican and who lives in Minnesota, says of his African fantasy epic, “I was reading a lot of the original myths and legends. That’s one of the reasons I wa…

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Nan Goldin Wants London’s National Portrait Gallery To Turn Down A One Million Pound Donation From The Sackler Family by Artsjournal2

The alternative? The artist yanks her “prestigious new exhibition of work.” Goldin said, “What is the museum for? Art is transcendent and that makes it very, very dirty if …

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Music Interview: Martin Phillipps of The Chills by Blake Maddux

It would appear that Martin Phillipps and company are experiencing a late-career renaissance that bodes well for their future. The post Music Interview: Martin Phillipps of The Chills appear…

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‘Family-friendly frolic at its best’: BILLIONAIRE BOY – Touring ★★★★★ by Kristy Stott

Billionaire Boy captures the spirit of David Walliams’ novel perfectly. There is humour, warmth, disgust, friendship, minor audience participation, a bit of Fortnite and love. And did I me…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Monday, February 18, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Review: 9 to 5 – The Musical at Savoy Theatre by Francesca Peschier

Diamonds in a rhinestone world: Francesca Peschier writes on Dolly Parton's musical theatre extravaganza. The post Review: 9 to 5 – The Musical at Savoy Theatre appeared first on Exeun…

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Six the musical celebrates a Royal Centenary with their 100th Performance by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The West End cast of Six the musical celebrate their 100th performance – and 100 standing ovations at the Arts Theatre. This post Six the musical celebrates a Royal Cen…

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Barbara Matijević: “You’d think that as a performer it’s almost automatic when they press play” by Emma Bentley

We talk with Barbara Matijević and Lewys Holt in the run up to their solo shows at The Place about working on your own and whether more ‘radical’ forms of dance will trickle int…

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[Title of Show] review at Above the Stag, London – ‘warm, witty meta-musical’ by Paul Vale

Hunter Bell and Jeff Bowen’s autobiographical musical gains perspective with age. Originally written in 2004, it’s a quirky, navel-gazing piece that touched

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Broadway on TV: Ben Platt, Daveed Diggs & More for Week of February 18, 2019 by TV News Desk

From stage to screen, Broadway will be represented on TV for the week of February 18, 2019

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NEWS: Amy Ng’s Under The Umbrella debuts at Coventry’s Belgrade Theatre by Featured Content

Amy Ng's tale of tradition vs modern life and personal ambitions vs family loyalty, Under The Umbrella, will have its world premiere at the Belgrade Theatre next month before embarking on a …

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Photo Flash: SIX The Musical Celebrate Their 100th Performance by BroadwayWorld

The cast of SIX on the West End celebrated their 100th performance this weekend. The audience on Saturday evening even got to take away a piece of the celebration cake

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Cabaret Listings March-April 2019 by Sandi Durell

  By Sandi Durell   “If music was everywhere and in everyone’s life, the world would surely be a better place” … And on that note, I do believe there is a slight whiff of S…

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Getting Fully Naked (And Getting It On) Onstage by Artsjournal2

The actors are OK with all of this: “The nudity has struck some theatergoers as so extreme and the sex so prolonged that the actors can hear members of the audience gasp when it begins…

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Why Is There Such A Misstep-Filled Scramble To Make The Oscars Shorter? by Artsjournal2

The producer: “There are so many things to balance. Some viewers want to see glamour. You have to pay attention to where there is humor and where there is music. When do we guess that …

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Japanese Jazz Journalist Kiyoshi Koyama Has Died At 82 by Artsjournal2

Koyama covered jazz in Japan throughout the 1960s and 1970s, was an avid interviewer of New York jazz musicians in their homes and wherever they played, and then he became a producer of jazz…

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The Tate Modern’s Angry Neighbors Entirely Missed The Point Of Cities by Artsjournal2

Everyone’s looking, in a city like London. Also, “it takes a special kind of confidence to blow millions on a flat with a swanky glass exterior – one that is positioned a stone…

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Further Casting Announced For The RSC Productions Of THE PROVOKED WIFE and VENICE PRESERVED by BroadwayWorld

The Royal Shakespeare Company has today announced further casting for its forthcoming double-bill of Restoration plays, John Vanbrugh's The Provoked Wife and Thomas Otway's Venice Preserved.…

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‘Can’t fault the enthusiasm & commitment to the show’: CAN-CAN! – Union Theatre by Debbie Gilpin

Continuing Phil Willmott’s ‘Enemies of the People’ Essential Classics season for 2019 is a new musical, Can-Can!, following on from Arthur Miller’s An Enemy of the People.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Review: Barrington Stage 10x10 New Play Festival by Mark G Auerbach

Ten 10- minute plays, directed by Julianne Boyd and Matthew Penn with a sextet of versatile and talented actors.

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Guest Blog: Dominic Biddle On THE ANIMALS AND CHILDREN TOOK TO THE STREETS by Guest Blog: Dominic Biddle

Dominic Biddle is a Creative Associate of theatre company 1927, and Assistant Director of 'The Animals and Children Took to the Streets' - which combines performancewith music and animation …

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BWW's On This Day - February 18, 2019

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 18 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Photo Flash: Dolly Parton and More at the Gala Performance of 9 TO 5 in London by BroadwayWorld

Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 the Musical gala performance was held last night, Sunday 17th February. Dolly Parton attended the event, along with celebrity guests including Kylie, Graham Norton and …

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DreamWork’s musical adaptation of The Prince Of Egypt gets London reading. by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Prince Of Egypt, the new stage musical based on the DreamWorks animated film will get a private reading in London this week. This post DreamWork’s musical adaptatio…

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Robert Winter, Who Took Los Angeles Architecture And Its History Seriously, Has Died At 94 by Artsjournal2

Winter made the city’s architecture come alive for the people he taught (at Occidental) and those he took on quirky, packed bus tours of the city he adopted. “Winter’s gift to …

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Want To Read All Of The Oscar-Nominated Screenplays? by Artsjournal2

“Given the amount of time a modern human being spends watching film and television, a little familiarity with the form doesn’t seem like a bad thing.” So, here are all of the l…

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City Opera Sounds An Ominous Note As Board Chair Steps Down by Artsjournal2

The chairman of the board also happens to be New York City Opera’s biggest benefactor. And: “Its board is down to a mere three members. It has largely spent the more than $5 mill…

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The Scandalously Mismanaged Garden Bridge by Artsjournal2

The Garden Bridge, somewhat, one might say, like Brexit, has so far not appeared (and the bridge, at least, never will). “An itemised bill for its failure has just arrived: £53m in…

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9 to 5: The Musical — Dolly Parton movie gets workaday stage makeover

New songs by singer enliven reworked story of office sexism and revenge at Savoy Theatre, London

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Presidents on Stage: Washington, Lincoln et al on Broadway by New York Theater

Nearly every president has been depicted on the stage at one time or another. There are currently three on Broadway — in a single show, “Hamilton” which opened Off-Broadwa…

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Mydidae review at Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester – ‘captivating performances’ by Natalie Douglas

David and Marian’s bathroom is spacious and sumptuous. His and hers sinks and a roll-top bath hint at the couple’s outward prosperity.

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‘Likeable, intelligent & witty’: RATTLED – Old Red Lion Theatre by Liz Dyer

Inspired by a mother’s true account, Rachel Harper’s one-woman play Rattled is a short but punchy production tackling the sensitive topics of childhood trauma and postnatal mental health.

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Paul Taylor's dance company returns to his hometown without him by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Choreographer Paul Taylor, who was born in Wilkinsburg, died in August at age 88 of renal failure.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

What Did Critics Think of 9 TO 5 at London's Savoy Theatre? by Review Roundups

Last night, Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 the Musical officially opened at London's Savoy Theatre.

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Much Ado About Nothing review at New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme – ‘a delicious battle of wits’ by Natalie Douglas

In Much Ado About Nothing, Beatrice and Benedick are at “merry war”. Director Conrad Nelson takes the concept of wartime amusement and

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Government to continue funding for Creative Europe projects in no-deal Brexit scenario by Georgia Snow

Projects funded by Creative Europe will continue to receive support from the government if the UK leaves the EU without a deal

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Disused 2,500-seat theatre in Eccles to be turned into flats by Giverny Masso

A disused 2,500-seat theatre in Salford is to be redeveloped into flats. The grade II-listed Crown Theatre in Eccles, which was built

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Amber Davies: ‘9 to 5 proves I am a talent and not just a Love Island star’ by Matthew Hemley

9 to 5 star Amber Davies has said she hopes her performance in the musical will prove her talent and help shake

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Come from Away writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein: ‘Truth is not only stranger than fiction, it’s better’ by Mark Shenton

The events of September 11, 2001 shook the world, but had a particular effect on husband and wife Irene Sankoff and David

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Maynard Eziashi, Mohammed Mansaray, and More Will Lead the UK Tour of BARBER SHOP CHRONICLES - Full Cast Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Fuel have today announced the cast for the UK tour of Inua Ellams' critically acclaimed Barber Shop Chronicles which returns by popular demand.

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Broadway Heat: Be More Chill Edition: The Championship! by JK

HOT on Broadway (adj): fierce, talented, big potential; has "buzz"; has "it" factor.BROADWAY HEAT: BE MORE CHILL EDITIONTHIS IT IT! After weeks of voting, we are down to your 2 fav…

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Wake Up With BWW 2/18: MCP Presents THE SCARLET PIMPERNEL Tonight, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Happy Monday Kick off a brand new week by catching up on the latest Broadway news

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GALLERY: Peek inside the rehearsal room for dark comedy Cheating Death by Featured Content

What would a dead man do if he came back to life? Shots might be the answer according to these images from the rehearsal room of Maz Nowaz's comedy Cheating Death, which plays at the Cockpit…

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Don Quixote review at Royal Opera House, London – ‘a joyful experience’ by Anna Winter

Cervantes’ nudnik knight-errant is back. Carlos Acosta’s 2013 production of Don Quixote for the Royal Ballet is a big, bold, irresistible gift

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Blackface Was Never Harmless by Artsjournal2

Yes, minstrel shows started in the 19th century – and were one of the U.S.’s first popular forms of entertainment. But they were never seen as harmless, at least not by African A…

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Poll: Do you think it’s fair for actors to be asked about their social media following during the casting process? by Matthew Hemley

Last week, The Stage reported on the rise of castings based on performers’ social media followings, with many claiming the move is

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Portrait of a good bad guy by Terry Teachout

I wrote a Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column in 2015 about Edward G. Robinson’s art collection. It’s no longer widely remembered, but Robinson, the greatest of all big-screen gan…

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Just because: Malcolm Muggeridge interviews Salvador Dalí by Terry Teachout

Salvador Dalí is interviewed by Malcolm Muggeridge on Panorama. This program was originally telecast by the BBC on May 4, 1955: (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-rel…

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Tom Jones Will Headline an Outdoor London Show by BroadwayWorld

Tom Jones has announced a very special headline London show this summer, taking place at the spectacular courtyard of the Royal Hospital Chelsea - home of the Chelsea Pensioners.

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Almanac: Malcolm Muggeridge on fake news by Terry Teachout

“I also learnt at an early age the great truth that the twentieth century is an age of almost inconceivable credulity, in which critical faculties are stifled by a plethora of public persu…

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‘Emotionally thrilling & intellectually satisfying’: BODIES – Southwark Playhouse by Aleks Sierz

Terrific revival of largely forgotten playwright James Saunders’ 1977 modern classic in an energetic and thrilling production.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Further Casting Announced THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, Led by Renee Fleming and Dove Cameron by BroadwayWorld

Scenario Two have announced further casting for the London debut of the acclaimed Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza. The Light in the Piazza will be performed in a full staging at the…

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London Philharmonic Orchestra Announces 2019/20 Royal Festival Hall Season by BroadwayWorld

The London Philharmonic Orchestra today announced its 201920 season at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall, confirming its reputation for bold, creative and distinctive programming that c…

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Anne Steele Returns To Crazy Coqs by BroadwayWorld

Anne Steele is to return to Crazy Coqs to release her brand-new EP, Made Out Of Stars on Wednesday 3 April and Thursday 4 April at 7pm.

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Philharmonia Orchestra Announces 2019/20 London Season by BroadwayWorld

The Philharmonia Orchestra opens its 75th birthday celebrations in January 2020 with the opening weekend of Philharmonia at 75, conducted by Esa-Pekka Salonen. The weekend features a program…

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More casting for the London premiere of The Light in the Piazza with Rob Houchen, Celinde Schoenmaker & Liam Tamne joining the line-up

First it was exciting that London audiences were going to finally get a chance to see a full staging of Craig Lucas and Adam Guettel’s The Light in the Piazza, starring Renée Fleming and …

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The Entertainer UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Shane Richie is to play Archie Rice in a brand new production of John Osborne’s The Entertainer. The Entertainer UK Tour tickets commencesin August 2019 at the Leiceste…

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A Private London Reading Will Be Held For THE PRINCE OF EGYPT by BroadwayWorld

THE PRINCE OF EGYPT, the new stage musical based on the celebrated DreamWorks Animation film and featuring the Academy Award-winning song When You Believe, is holding a private reading in Lo…

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WHITNEY - QUEEN OF THE NIGHT Announces Third West End Date Due To Popular Demand by BroadwayWorld

Critically acclaimed international stage sensation Whitney - Queen of the Night today announces a third date at London's Savoy Theatre, due to huge popular demand.

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Princess and the Hustler review at Bristol Old Vic – ‘heartfelt and timely’ by Ben Kulvichit

Set against the backdrop of the Bristol bus boycott in 1963, this homegrown play from Bristol playwright Chinonyerem Odimba is the second

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‘A really fascinating piece of historical storytelling’: THE AMERICAN CLOCK – The Old Vic by Rachel Williams

I really enjoyed and was really technically impressed with The American Clock. A decent play, in an amazing production by a truly visionary director, brought to life by a brilliant cast.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Good Dog review – tapestry of Tottenham life on the eve of riots by Mark Fisher

Traverse, EdinburghKwaku Mills is a revelation as a boy growing up amid poverty in this touring revival of Arinzé Kene’s crackling, compelling monologueImagine an inner-city version of Un…

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9 to 5 the Musical - Dolly Parton-led film is now a witless musical by Matt Wolf

More like nein to five, as a beloved celluloid title is reduced to subpar pantoA musicals-intensive season gets off to a wan start with 9 to 5, a retooled version of a 2009 Broadway flop bas…

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Review: SparkPlug, HOME Manchester by Emily Bancroft

Review: SparkPlug, HOME Manchester 5.0Overall Score SparkPlug could be simply described as the story of a young man who is desperately seeking some validation in his family life. However, to…

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Review: The D Word, VAULT Festival by Aidan Bracebridge

Review: The D Word, VAULT Festival5.0Overall ScoreDeftly dovetailing a deliciously droll disposition with a daringly dramatised dialogue on domestic difference and dynastic diversity, Jordan…

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‘Subtle, atmospheric & imaginative’: BERBERIAN SOUND STUDIO – Donmar Warehouse by Emma Clarendon

As chilling as it is fascinating, Tom Scutt’s production of Berberian Sound Studio is an effective slow-burner that captures the audience’s attention as much as their imagination.

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Further Casting Set for London Premiere of The Light in the Piazza Starring Renée Fleming & Dove Cameron by Andy Lefkowitz

Additional casting has been announced for the highly anticipated London-debut production of Adam Guettel and Craig Lucas' six-time Tony-winning musical The Light in the Piazza. The new s…

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Review: An American Clock at The Old Vic by J N Benjamin

The roaring twenties: J N Benjamin writes on Arthur Miller's suspenseful drama of an America in decline. The post Review: An American Clock at The Old Vic appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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‘I suspect he would’ve been a Remainer’: The First Modern Man’s Michael Barry on Michel de Montaigne, blogging & Brexit by Featured Content

Michel de Montaigne is credited with inventing the essay writing form. What would he have made of the proliferation of today's equivalent blogging and vlogging? How might he have voted in th…

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Further casting announced for The Light in the Piazza by Georgia Snow

Further casting for the forthcoming London production of The Light in the Piazza has been announced, with performers including Rob Houchen and

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NEWS: Rob Houchen & Celinde Schoenmaker join the cast of The Light in the Piazza London premiere at the South Bank by Press Releases

Joining Renée Fleming and Dove Cameron in the London debut of the acclaimed Broadway musical The Light in the Piazza at London’s Royal Festival Hall will be Rob Houchen, Celinde Schoenmak…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Sculpture by the Sea Cottesloe returns this March by Arts Review

Now in its 15th year, Sculpture by the Sea returns to transform the famous white sands of Cottesloe Beach with the annual free-to-the-public outdoor sculpture exhibition from 1 March 2019.…

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BWW Interview: Rebecca Trehearn Talks RAGS THE MUSICAL at Hope Mill Theatre by Fiona Scott

Rebecca Trehearn recently led the Nottingham Playhouse's production of Sweet Charity as Charity and an Olivier Award-winning performance as Julie LaVerne in Showboat. She speaks to BroadwayW…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

A“Because Science” Collaborates with Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment by Blouin Artinfo

Nerdist’s hit series “Because Science” and Warner Bros. Interactive Entertainment have collaborated to explore the science of Fatalities and iconic moves featured in the upcoming “Mo…

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 2/17-2/18/2019

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Monday, February 18, 2019 - Monday, February 18, 2019.

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Lyn Gardner: Context is key to good theatre criticism by Lyn Gardner

All theatre has a context. The shows of Kneehigh mean something different when they play to a local audience in Cornwall than when

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Top 5 theatre shows to see this week (February 18-24) by Natasha Tripney

Come from Away – Phoenix Theatre, London Irene Sankoff and David Hein’s “daring and original” new musical based on a heartwarming true story

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Matt Trueman: C Venues isn’t just a villain of the fringe – it’s also a victim by Matt Trueman

Allow me, momentarily, to hold a candle for C Venues. Last week, the Scotsman revealed that the Edinburgh Festival Fringe operator had

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Do we need an Only Fools and Horses musical? Of course we do, you plonker! by Stuart Jeffries

It was the cushty comedy that perfectly captured 80s Britain. As Only Fools and Horses hits the stage, we celebrate the TV classic that needed a new scale to measure audience laughterBack in…

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Monday, February 18, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Full Cast for Barnum The Circus Musical Announced by Arts Review

One of Broadway’s most treasured musicals, Barnum returns to Australia in an all-new spectacular production. From visionary director Tyran Parke, this new production will play an exclusive…

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Paramount Names Eugene Yang Senior VP Theatrical for Asia-Pacific by Blouin Artinfo

Paramount Pictures has tapped United International Pictures veteran Eugene Yang as senior vice-president, theatrical, for Asia-Pacific, reports Screen Daily.In his new role, Yang will superv…

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Wattpad Partners Huayi Brothers Korea by Blouin Artinfo

Wattpad, the global multi-platform entertainment company for original stories, and Huayi Brothers Korea entered into a first-of-its-kinds development deal to adapt Wattpad stories for film, …

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Eight BAFTA Awards for Film4 Backed Films by Blouin Artinfo

Film4 backed films won eight BAFTA Awards, including seven for “The Favourite,” announces Channel 4.Olivia Colman bagged the award for Leading Actress, while co-star Rachel Weisz won the…

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Michael McCormick Is the New 'Wonderful' Wizard of Wicked on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway veteran Michael McCormick steps into the hit musical Wicked for the first time on February 18. He takes over the role of The Wizard from Kevin Chamberlin, who played his final perfo…

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Lay Lady Lay — this song of seduction was unloved by its author, Bob Dylan

The ballad has been covered in many styles, as well as re-gendered, though Dylan himself was never a fan of it

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One-Night-Only The Scarlet Pimpernel Concert, With Tony Yazbeck, Laura Osnes, and More, Presented February 18 by Andrew Gans

Gabriel Barre directs the Manhattan Concert Productions presentation.

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Broadway’s Wicked Welcomes a New Wizard February 18 by Andrew Gans

The international hit musical continues at the Gershwin Theatre.

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Rachel Tucker, Helen Hobson, More Star in Come From Away in London, Opening February 18 by Andrew Gans

The musical began previews in the West End January 30 following a Dublin engagement.

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