Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Shanghai Acrobats at Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center in December by Michael J. Roberts

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announces the Orlando engagement of Shanghai Acrobats’ [...]

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THE GREENHOUSE THEATER CENTER PRESENTS THE WORLD PREMIERE OF “I DO TODAY” SEPT. 2 – OCT. 9 by Michael J. Roberts

The World Premiere of “I Do Today” will run at the Greenhouse Theater Center (2257 [...]

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Grammy Winner Tito Nieves to Star in World Premiere of New Musical by Olivia Clement

The 1970’s Harlem-set I Like It Like That will debut Off-Broadway next month.

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BANNED TOGETHER: A CENSORSHIP CABARET Set for Banned Books Week in NYC by BroadwayWorld

The Dramatists Legal Defense Fund 'DLDF' willpresent 'Banned Together A Censorship Cabaret' as a part of Banned Books Week September 25-October 1st, the annual celebration of the freedom to …

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HAMILTON and MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Documentaries to Premiere at 2016 NYFF by TV News Desk

Special Events will feature the world premiere of Lonny Price's Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, a nonfiction account of Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince's 1981 musical-flop…

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Why Aren’t We Driving Self-Driving Cars Yet? It’s All About The Culture by Douglas McLennan

Driverless cars are here and they work and by all accounts they make driving safer than when humans are piloting. So why aren’t they already in showrooms? Not so fast. It’s not j…

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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra announces Spanish tour for 2017 by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The SLSO will take two programs for four concerts in three cities

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Stephen Karam's Speech & Debate Film Will Be Packed With Broadway Stars by Robert Viagas

The film is based on the breakthrough play by the author of the Tony-winning The Humans.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Good, frank theatre about sex, erotic without being exploitative’: Stratford’s Bunny offers something rare by Robert Cushman

Robert Cushman: Every word, every wince, every nervous smile is perfectly timed, perfectly true: wit in the service of feeling

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Wayne Brady Among Starry Cast for Broadway-Bound SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE Developmental Lab by BroadwayWorld

Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel and Tom Viertel confirmed today that there will be invited presentations of selections from the musical this September, in anticipation of a Broadw…

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MY FAIR LADY, Starring Paul Alexander Nolan and Kelli Barrett, Extends at Bay Street Theater by BroadwayWorld

Bay Street Theater recently announced that MY FAIR LADY will be extended through September 4 due to popular demand.

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REBECCA Producer to Bring THE EXORCIST to the UK This Halloween by BroadwayWorld

The stage version of THE EXORCIST, which first debuted at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles in 2012, will make its UK debut just in time for Halloween.

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Photo Flash: The Rockettes Prance in CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST Outside Radio City by BroadwayWorld

Earlier today,Tuesday, August 23, the annual Christmas in August event at Radio City Music Hall kicked off the 2016 season of the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes. Scr…

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Patrick Wilson Joins Liam Neeson in Action Thriller THE COMMUTER by Movies News Desk

Patrick Wilson has joined the action thriller THE COMMUTER from director Jaume Collet. The actor will join previously announced cast members Liam Neeson and his 'Conjuring 2' co-star Vera Fa…

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Sketchy comedy: the perks and pitfalls of the work-in-progress by Brian Logan

More big-hitting acts like Daniel Kitson and Bridget Christie aren’t launching their new shows in Edinburgh – they’re developing them thereNot least among the excellent things about th…

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Ars Nova to Debut Underground Railroad Game by Olivia Clement

Jennifer Kidwell and Scott Sheppard’s boundary-pushing comedy will have its New York premiere next month.

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Janice Sinden Named President and CEO of DCPA by American Theatre Editors

Sinden joins the Denver Center for the Performing Arts after serving as the mayor's chief of staff.

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Original Star of Off-Broadway’s Bardy Bunch Will Reprise Role in Chicago by Michael Gioia

The musical parody, fusing Shakespeare and television shows, will play a limited Chicago engagement beginning next month.

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Steven Hill, Character Actor of Screen and Stage, Dies at 94 by Robert Simonson

The Law & Order star was one of the first students at the Actors Studio.

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American Psycho Sings Duncan Sheik at 54 Below by Sandi Durell

      By Eric J. Grimm   The morbidity of Bret Easton Ellis’s novel American Psycho and Mary Harron’s film adaptation might be matched by an awkward post-mortem of Du…

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A Koala Tries to Save a Theatre in Animated Film Sing by Robert Viagas

The forthcoming film’s centerpiece singing competition will include some show tunes.

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A Class Act to play final performance on August 28th by Newsdesk

FINAL PERFORMANCE AUGUST 28! “A CLASS ACT” A NEW PLAY BY NORMAN SHABEL DIRECTED BY CHRISTOPHER SCOTT AT NEW WORLD STAGES (STAGE 5) New York, NY (August 22, 2016) – Due to scheduling co…

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Obituaries: Broadway Veteran and Law & Order Regular Steven Hill Has Died

Hill was a founding member of Lee Strasberg's Actor's Studio.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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On Some Heroic Huguenots by Trav S.D.

Today is St. Bartholomew’s Eve. Funny — despite having worked on this post for several days, I was thinking to myself only yesterday that August doesn’t really have a holid…

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PHOTO FLASH: A Sneak Peak at Brandon Victor Dixon as HAMILTON's Aaron Burr by Michael Dale

Tonight, two-time Tony Award nominee Brandon Victor Dixon makes his debut as Aaron Burr in Lin-Manuel Miranda's revolutionary smash hit Hamilton on Broadway.

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Rebecca Producer Exhumes Exorcist in U.K. With Eye Toward Broadway by Adam Hetrick

After a mixed 2012 premiere, a new, more frightening stage incarnation of The Exorcist will debut in the U.K. this fall with an eye toward London and Broadway.

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Jazz-Infused Measure for Measure to Play Bryant Park by Olivia Clement

The Drilling Company’s New Orleans-set production will play free, outdoor performances.

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Sir Antony Jay obituary by Stephen Bates

Co-writer of Yes Minister, BBC TV’s satire on the mechanics of governmentSir Antony Jay, who has died aged 86, was one of the two authors behind the influential 1980s BBC government satire…

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Bay Street My Fair Lady Extends Run by Andrew Gans

Paul Alexander Nolan, Kelli Barrett, Howard McGillin star in the classic American musical.

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Preview: InterAct Story Theatre Presents ‘One Gold Coin’ (‘Una moneda de oro’) 9/9-18, 2016 At Montgomery College Cultural Arts Center by Rick Westerkamp

This fall, InterAct Story Theatre revisits a favorite work in their repertoire of interactive plays for kids and families. Following up their successful 2015 production of The Hero of Everyt…

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Rockettes Kick Off Christmas Spectacular on 6th Avenue by Sandi Durell

  Theater Pizzazz’ MR Anderson was on the pulse of today’s sneak peek of The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes, presented by Chase at a kick off with…

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There Are Two New Witches in Oz- Meet the New Stars of the WICKED Tour- Jessica Vosk and Kristen Martin! by BroadwayWorld

The WICKED tour has just announced it willwelcome Jessica Vosk as Elphaba and Kristen Martin as Nessarose beginning Wednesday, September 7 at The Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend.

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Mel Brooks Is Back In The BLAZING SADDLES; Screening And Conversation at Radio City Music Hall by Michael Dale

At the end of Mel Brooks' Broadway musical adaptation of his film classic 'Young Frankenstein,' there's the quick lyrical suggestion that a song and dance version of his 1974 western spoof '…

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Broadwaysted Podcast Welcomes DAMES AT SEA's Spectacular Tapper Danny Gardner by Broadwaysted

This week the Broadwaysted Crew is clicking our heels in excitement to be sitting down with DAMES AT SEA and THE RADIO CITY NEW YORK SPECTACULAR star hoofer, Danny Gardner. While Kevin is st…

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Barbara Cook to Chat & Sign THEN AND NOW Memoir at The Drama Book Shop by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Award-winning Drama Book Shop willwelcome legendary actress and singer Barbara Cook for a discussion and signing of her new memoir, Then and Now, on Thursday, October 13th at 500pm.

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Christopher Jackson, HAIRSPRAY & More - BWW's Guide to Broadway on Fall TV! by Caryn Robbins

Broadway stars and a host of musical presentations are on tap for the upcoming 2016-17 primetime television season. Included in THE LINEUP will be new series starring HAMILTON's Christopher …

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Wayne Brady Among Stars of Broadway-Bound Smokey Joe’s Café Presentation by Michael Gioia

A developmental reading of the musical revue will be held next month in anticipation of a Broadway production to be announced.

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Machine Gun America: a cautionary (but fun) musical by Rob Lester

With the alarmingly large number of recent headline stories about gun violence and the ongoing debates about gun control, a sly and smart musical on the topic makes its points —and wins po…

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See Highlights From Peter Pan Concert Starring Carolee Carmello, Ruthie Ann Miles and Ann Harada

Ruthie Ann Miles, Carolee Carmello, Rachel Bay Jones, Hannah Elless, Ann Harada, Marc Kudisch and many more took to the Irene Diamond Stage at The Pershing Square Signature Center for Transp…

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People You Should Know . . . Bryan Williams by Zack Calhoon

Bryan  Williams is a Juilliard-trained musical director, composer, award-winning playwright, screenwriter and co-founder and Secretary-Treasurer of Isle of Shoals Productions, Inc. He h…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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La Jolla Playhouse, NYMF, TodayTix and TADA! Youth Theater Are Hiring! by Playbill Staff

Playbill.com’s Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry. Here’s the latest selection of available administrative positions this week.

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TV News: Sarah Paulson to Play Geraldine Page in FX Series Feud

Jessica Lange and Susan Sarandon will lead the cast of Golden Age Hollywood divas.

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal for Northern Broadsides and York Theatre Royal's WHEN WE ARE MARRIED by BroadwayWorld

The Northern Broadsides and York Theatre Royal production of J.B.Priestley's When We Are Married will beopening next month at York Theatre Royal. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the compan…

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See Highlights From Peter Pan Concert Starring Ruthie Ann Miles, Carolee Carmello and More by Mark Ezovski

The event featured the original orchestrations from the 1954 Broadway production.

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Actors’ Equity Association Launches Los Angeles 99-Seat Theatre Website by @ This Stage Staff

[PRESS RELEASE] Actors' Equity Association (Equity), the national union of professional stage actors and stage managers, announced the launch of a new website www.EquityWorksLA.com. …

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VIDEO: Daniel Radcliffe 'Definitely' Wants to Return to Musical Theater As Soon As He Finds Perfect Role by TV News Desk

Daniel Radcliffe discusses the London sensation HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD and reveals that he 'definitely' wants to do musical theater again, once he finds the perfect role.

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VIDEOS: Dick Van Dyke Stretches His Vocal Chords with His a Cappella Group- Vantastix! by BroadwayWorld

This was far from the first time that the a cappella group has stretched their vocal chords for crowds, and BroadwayWorld is looking back at some of their other fabulous performances below

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Broadway Veteran & 'Law & Order' Star Steven Hill Passes Away at 94 by TV News Desk

Steven Hill, best known as an original cast member on both the 1960s seriesMission Impossible and the 1990s drama Law amp Order, passed away today

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Get in Line! Box Office Opens Friday for OH, HELLO on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

Get in line The Lyceum Theatre box office 149 West 45th Street opens this Friday, August 26th at 10am for tickets to OH, HELLO on BROADWAY.

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Barbra Streisand Channel Will Return to SiriusXM by Andrew Gans

The exclusive channel will broadcast the upcoming interview with the entertainment icon at the Winter Garden Theatre.

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Watch Wicked’s New Touring Elphaba Sing “Defying Gravity” by Michael Gioia

Earlier this year, Jessica Vosk performed the iconic Wicked tune onstage at Joe’s Pub—to a French fry!

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Theater Wit Announces 2016-17 Season by American Theatre Editors

The lineup will feature an updated '10 Out of 12,' 'The Trump Card,' and more.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Private lives: the tricky ethics of confessional theatre by Lyn Gardner

This year’s Edinburgh fringe is full of personal stories and real-life drama, but not every production mines the lives of others with equal success“I’m just raw material,” complains …

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‘The 7:30 PM ‘Summer Hummer V: Champions’ at Signature Theatre by Amy Kotkin

Theater folks and fans alike reveled in last night’s Summer Hummer V: Champions –  the Washington Theater Community’s annual one-night-only benefit for theatreWashington’s ‘Ta…

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Off-Broadway's THE WOODSMAN to Continue 'Theater Close-Up' on THIRTEEN by BroadwayWorld

Theater Close-Up -- the unique collaboration between THIRTEEN and the large community of New York City area Off-Broadway theaters -- will present The Woodsman, captured live on-stage in part…

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Grand Central Summer Send-Off to Feature ‘Wicked,’ ‘Kinky Boots’ and ‘Something Rotten!’ by Amy Sapp

From August 24 to August 26, experience the free culmination to a New York summer vacation with Grand Central Station’s Summer Send-Off, hosted in Vanderbilt Hall.   Each day …

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Watch Natalie Weiss Get Taught How to Riff in Hilarious “All By Myself” Video by Michael Gioia

In a turn of events, the beltress, known for her Breaking Down the Riffs video series, got taught a thing or two onstage at Feinstein’s/54 Below.

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Treasure Island Musical to Play the Finger Lakes by Olivia Clement

The regional premiere will star Jimmy Bain, Bart Shatto, John Paul Almon and Danny Bolero.

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My Girlfriend is an Alien by Steven Morris

The post My Girlfriend is an Alien appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Chicago's City Lit Theatre Announces 2016-17 season by Ruthie Fierberg

The company has revealed the lineup for its 37th year.

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Photo Flash: WAITRESS Star Jessie Mueller Mentors Kids at Broadway Artists Alliance by BroadwayWorld

On Friday, August 5th, the students of Broadway Artists Alliance received a visit from Tony Award winner, Jessie Mueller. She charmed them from the first moment when she sat down for her int…

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PBS Kids' ODD SQUAD to Hit the Road for Live Musical North American Tour by TV News Desk

A live musical production of the hit PBS Kids show ODD SQUAD will hit the road for a North American tour of over 60 cities. The stage show will feature both songs from the television show an…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Cameos, Kristin Chenoweth Sings in Stephen Karam's SPEECH & DEBATE Film by Movies News Desk

A big screen adaptation of Stephen Karam's first play, SPEECH AND DEBATE is heading to the big screen and will feature a host of theater veterans in its ensemble cast.

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AN ACT OF GOD Starring Sean Hayes Heads to the Hereafter Next Weekend by BroadwayWorld

A heavenly reminder The hit Broadway comedy An Act of God, starring Tony nominee and Emmy winner Sean Hayes,will conclude its 14-week strictly limited engagement on Sunday, September 4, 2016…

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Trolling Time with...Chris Goodrich by Michael Block

Name: Chris GoodrichHometown: Nashville, TNEducation: University of Miami, BFA Musical TheatAH!Who do you play in The Illusory Adventures of a Dreamer: I direct these crazy people.Describe y…

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Drama Queens from Hell by Steven Morris

The post Drama Queens from Hell appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Please Don’t Ask About Becket by Steven Morris

The post Please Don’t Ask About Becket appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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People You Should Know . . . Judi Polson by Zack Calhoon

Judi Polson is a film, TV and stage actress and opera singer. In film, she was seen as Mildred Kinsey in Kinsey, starring Liam Neeson, and in over 25 independent productions. Her Off-Br…

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Photo Flash: Santa Claus and The Rockettes Kick Off the Radio City Christmas Spectacular

The icons perform on Sixth Avenue to celebrate Christmas in August.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Can Christina Bianco Just Be Herself on THE BLIND DATE PROJECT? by Michael Dale

The well-intended advice many will offer before a first date is to 'just be yourself, but that may not be easy for the crazily talented Christina Bianco, who's had major success being other …

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Hot Clip of the Day: Russian Theatre Knows How to Do Big, Opulent Drama

Check out this extended teaser for Stage Russia HD's Eugene Onegin.

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Wonderful! Broadway Fave Jessica Vosk Will Star as Elphaba in the National Tour of Wicked by Ryan Gilbert

The national tour of Wicked will have a new leading lady running the Emerald City as Broadway fave Jessica Vosk takes over the role of Elphaba. The actress will join the cast on September 7 …

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Welcome to the Winter Wonderland! Tickets Now On Sale for Christmas Spectacular Starring The Radio City Rockettes by Broadway.com

It’s not even Labor Day weekend so you know what that means…time to start thinking about the most wonderful time of year!?! Tickets are now available to see the 89th annual Chri…

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Bleu Skies: Backstage at Holiday Inn with Corbin Bleu, Episode 1: Hello! by Broadway.com

In the first episode of Bleu Skies, Holiday Inn star Corbin Bleu shows off his dressing room, shares some secrets of Studio 54 and hangs out with co-stars Bryce Pinkham and Lora Lee Gayer.

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Exclusive Hot Shot! Deborah Cox Channels Golden Hollywood Glamour for The Bodyguard Tour by Ryan Gilbert

We get so emotional, baby! Grammy nominee and Broadway alum Deborah Cox will soon be hitting the road as superstar singer and actress Rachel Marron in the upcoming national tour of The Bodyg…

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Herschel Bernardi’s Son Will Be Tevye on Broadway by Andrew Gans

Michael C. Bernardi will step into the leading role in Broadway's Fiddler on the Roof August 24.

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All Aboard the Train to Hadestown by HowlRound

By Megan Patterson. Megan Patterson on the New York Theatre Workshop production of the musical Hadestown by Anaïs Mitchell, developed with and directed by Rachel Chavkin.

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Al Pacino's Broadway-Aimed Tennessee Williams Play May Have L.A. Tryout by Robert Viagas

The Oscar-winning actor appeared with Judith Light in a reading of When God Looked Away.

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Theater News: Wicked Tour Casts Jessica Vosk and Kristen Martin as Onstage Siblings

The Broadway veterans will meet up with the Wicked company in Indiana.

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The Demon Barber ‘Sweeney Todd’ Returns in An Immersive Off-Broadway Production by Amy Sapp

Theatergoers will get the chance to taste Mrs. Lovett’s famous meat pies in a new production of the horrifying classic Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical, Sweeney Todd, set to premier…

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15 Minutes with Peter Reckell by Matthew Wexler

  “Try to remember the kind of September when life was slow and oh, so mellow.” Anyone who’s familiar with the iconic musical, The Fantasticks, will recognize this indelible lyric…

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Equity: later show times after introduction of Night Tube could cause significant problems by Matthew Hemley

Performers and backstage staff could face significant problems if West End shows start later after the introduction of all-night Tube services in London,

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Mother Emanuel (The New York International Fringe Festival 2016) by Darryl Reilly

The dynamic cast is made up of Marquis Gibson, Lauren Shaye, Nicole Stacie and Christian Lee Branch. These four very talented performers all portray numerous characters during this 75-minut…

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Jessica Vosk and Kristen Martin to Fly Into WICKED Tour by BroadwayWorld

The WICKED tour has just announced it willwelcome Jessica Vosk as Elphaba and Kristen Martin as Nessarose beginning Wednesday, September 7 at The Morris Performing Arts Center in South Bend.

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Chicago's Theater Wit To Produce Mike Daisey's THE TRUMP CARD In October by Michael Dale

Master monologist and storyteller Mike Daisey has chosen to make his latest theatre piece, THE TRUMP CARD, completely free to download on the Internet and perform without paying royalties.

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VIDEOS: Meet the New Fairytale Couple of the CINDERELLA Tour- Tatyana Lubov & Hayden Stanes by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported last week, Work Light Productions, producer of the Tony Award-winning musical Rodgers Hammerstein's CINDERELLA, has just announced casting for the national tour la…

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UPDATE Al Pacino-Judith Light Tennessee Williams Play Will Start in Los Angeles by Roger Friedman

EXCLUSIVE UPDATE Last week I told you (actually for the second time) that Al Pacino and Judith Light would star on Broadway Categories: Featured Theater Uncategorized(Read more...)

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The ‘A’ Word: Plays About Not Having the Baby by Carey

Originally published on AmericanTheatre.org Read this story online When Lisa Loomer accepted the invitation to write a play for the Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s American Revolutions serie…

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Milk Presents and Theatre Ad Infinitum pick up Spirit of the Fringe awards by David Hutchison

Milk Presents and Theatre Ad Infinitum have both been honoured with Spirit of the Fringe awards, which celebrate “talent, hard work, pluck

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Laura Benanti and Andrew Rannells to Help Launch Trans Literacy Project by Olivia Clement

Honest Accomplice Theatre will debut its new video series with a host of celebrity guests.

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London Coliseum hosts ‘first Instagram photocall’ by Georgia Snow

Around 200 people have attended what is being hailed as the first Instagram photocall, in which members of the public were invited

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Watch Robert De Niro Sit Through Jimmy Fallon’s Robert De Niro Impression by Ashley Hoffman

King of laughing at impressions of himself

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Massachusetts Theatre Plans Ambitious 45 Plays for 45 Presidents by Robert Viagas

The Neo-Futurists wrote two-minute plays for each chief executive.

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Film News: Miss Saigon 25th-Anniversary Performance to Play to U.S. Cinemas

Fathom Events will present the screenings of Cameron Mackintosh's West End production.

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Video Flash: Emma Stone Sings "Audition" in the New Trailer for La La Land

Ryan Gosling costars in Damien Chazelle's musical romance.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Wicked Tour Will Welcome New Elphaba and Nessarose by Andrew Gans

Jessica Vosk will go green for the hit musical.

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‘War Horse’ Puppets to Aid Charity in Bonhams Auction by Mark Beech

The puppets that were central to the success of the West End hit play “War Horse” are now being pressed back into service at Bonhams – to help charity.Anyone who saw the larger-than-li…

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Bumblescratch: The challenges of writing sung-through musicals by Guest Bloggers

Robert J Sherman is a composer, lyricist and book writer who is proud to carry on the enduring legacy of his father and uncle, Robert B and Richard M Sherman, a.k.a The Sherman Brothers, who…

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April Yvette Thompson to Star in Fit for a Queen by Olivia Clement

The world premiere will be staged at the Classical Theatre of Harlem this fall.

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Gluten! by Innovative Theatre Foundation

Written by Stephen Kaliski Directed by Stephen Kaliski & Amanda Holston  Produced by Adjusted RealistsNominated for: Matt Sherwin Outstanding Original Music & Outstanding Sound Desi…

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Todrick Hall Joins the Cast of Kinky Boots November 1st by Tristan Halstead

Everybody say “Yeah!” as YouTube and MTV star Todrick Hall laces up the sparkly red knee-high boots to join the cast of the Tony Award-winning musical Kinky Boots. The 31-year-ol…

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Bid to Meet Lin-Manuel Miranda at Hamilton’s Chicago Opening by Ruthie Fierberg

The composer and actor auctions off a chance to be in the room where it happens.

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Edinburgh fringe's funniest joke: Masai Graham tells his organ gag – video by Guardian Staff

Masai Graham, the winner of the 2016 Dave’s Funniest Joke of the Fringe award, repeats his one-liner on Tuesday. Graham, a care-worker from West Bromwich, said the joke about a donor card …

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VIDEO: Watch New Teaser Trailer for Musical Film LA LA LAND, with Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling by BroadwayWorld

Written and directed by Academy Award nominee Damien Chazelle, LA LA LAND tells the story of Mia Emma Stone, an aspiring actress, and Sebastian Ryan Gosling, a dedicated jazz musician, who a…

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The ‘A’ Word: Plays About Not Having the Baby by American Theatre Editors

'Roe' and 'Dry Land' are erasing the stigma of portraying women's reproductive decisions onstage.

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Alexandra Petri’s Political Fan Fiction by American Theatre Editors

This bonkers election year has raised many questions about the health of our democracy, let alone our entire civilizational project. Perhaps not the most pressing among them, but neverthel…

Linked From American Theatre at 10:23AM

Watch New Trailer for Forthcoming La La Land Movie Musical by Andrew Gans

Emma Stone, Ryan Gosling and J.K. Simmons star in the Pasek & Paul project.

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Second City and Slate Improv the News With ‘Unelectable You’ by American Theatre Editors

A comedy troupe and an online magazine team for an up-to-the-minute political revue.

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19 Political Shows to See This Fall by American Theatre Editors

Theatres across the country are getting ready for election season.

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Meryl Streep Shares Her Thoughts on Theatre Critics by Andrew Gans

The multiple Oscar-winning actress is currently drawing raves for her work in the new film Florence Foster Jenkins.

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Hail to the Chiefs: ’45 Plays for 45 Presidents’ by American Theatre Editors

A series of short plays about the whole lot features a choose-your-own-president ending, just like in real life.

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The Alternate Universe of Lucas Hnath’s ‘Hillary and Clinton’ by American Theatre Editors

Chicago’s Victory Gardens Theater scored an election-year win with a play about Hillary Cinton's 2008 campaign.

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The Theatre of Trump by American Theatre Editors

How has this unlikely presidential candidate gotten so far? By setting the stage and giving the performance of a lifetime.

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All the World’s a Campaign by American Theatre Editors

A season of travel with this year’s presidential candidates proved that democracy is still a live event.

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Our Roles in the Drama by American Theatre Editors

'Political theatre' should not be an automatic putdown; both politics and theatre can lie or speak truth, depending on how they're used.

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Photo Coverage: Working Artists Theatre Project's GREGORIAN Celebrates Opening Night by Jennifer Broski

Working Artists Theatre Project presents GREGORIAN, a new play by Matthew Greene, running through September 2nd at Walker Space 46 Walker Street, between Broadway and Church. BroadwayWorld b…

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Update: Al Pacino-Led GOD LOOKED AWAY to Get L.A. Run Prior to Broadway by Caryn Robbins

The Broadway production of GOD LOOKED AWAY will most-likely be preceded by a run in Los Angeles.

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STAGE TUBE: Eleven Can Sing! STRANGER THINGS' Millie Bobby Brown Belts Out DREAMGIRLS by Stage Tube

It's no secret that some of the kids of Netflix's hit show Stranger Things have a background on stage click here to read BroadwayWorld's interview with Gaten Matarazzo, but did you know that…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 8/23/16- Andrew Rannells by Stage Tube

Happy Birthday, Andrew Rannells Rannells played Bob Gaudio in the First National Tour of Jersey Boys. In January 2009, he reprised the role of Gaudio in the musical's Broadway production. Ra…

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Tom Flynn and Jim Dale to Honor 9/11 Anniversary with BIKEMAN Readings by BroadwayWorld

The New York Public Library of Performing Arts at Lincoln Center will commemorate the fifteenth anniversary of September 11 with readings fromBikeman, performed by the Tony award winning act…

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MISS SAIGON Sets Date to Arrive in US Movie Theatres! by BroadwayWorld

Cameron Mackintosh announced today that his acclaimed new production of Boublil and Schonberg's legendary musical MISS SAIGON - a recent smash hit in London - will return to New York at its …

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OH, HELLO's Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland 'Steamed' at New Yorker Cartoonist Matthew Diffee by Michael Dale

You might say there are three ways to tell if you've really made it on Broadway. You get your portrait up on the wall at Sardi's, you get spoofed by FORBIDDEN BROADWAY or you're the subject …

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Cameron Mackintosh Plans to Screen Broadway-Bound Miss Saigon Before Broadway by Robert Viagas

The London production will be shown in movie theatres September 22.

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Edinburgh review: (I Could Go on Singing) Over the Rainbow (Summerhall)

Audience members are taken by the hand and sung the Judy Garland classic for an hour in this beautiful piece

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People You Should Know . . . Elena Araoz by Zack Calhoon

ELENA ARAOZ (Director) is a stage director for theater and opera. This season in NYC, she directs Octavio Solís’s Prospect (Boundless Theatre Company), Dipika Guha’s Mechanics of Love, …

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 by Susan Grace

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‘Miss Saigon’ to appear on movie screens before Broadway by Mark Kennedy | ap

American audiences will get the rare chance to catch a sneak peek of the new “Miss Saigon” before it opens on Broadway next spring. They just have to go to a movie theater.

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VIDEO: Robert DeNiro Talks Broadway-Bound A BRONX TALE on 'Tonight' by TV News Desk

On last night's TONIGHT SHOW, guest Robert De Niro discusses co-directing the Broadway-bound musical A BRONX TALE. 'I've always thought it would be a terrific musical,' he shares.

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Savion Glover's CHRONOLOGY OF A HOOFER Set For World Premiere at NJPAC by Nora Dominick

Tony Award winner Savion Glover, the tap master of Broadway's Shuffle Along, chronicles his lifework and pays tribute to his mentors in the world premiere of Savion Glover's Chronology of a …

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REVIEW: Marco Polo, Shaw Theatre ✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves But the message this work has to speak to us is not going to be dismissed: in an era when the management of the world by politicians is so signally lacking in hope, this stor…

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Patricia Clarkson to Narrate NATURE's Season 35 Opener on PBS, 10/12 by TV News Desk

Nature's fall 2016 schedule kicks off Season 35 withSuper HummingbirdsOctober 12at 8p.m. ET on PBS narrated by actress Patricia Clarkson.

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Liza Minnelli Saves the Day at Michael Feinstein Concert by BroadwayWorld

Michael Feinstein found himself in a troublesome situation during his concert at the Pasadena Pops at LA County Arboretum and Botanic Garden Saturday evening. Lucky for him, his good pal Liz…

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Rupert Grint to Lead Crackle Original Drama SNATCH, Based on Popular Film by TV News Desk

Crackle, Sony's streaming network, today announced that Rupert Grint, most known for his role as Ron Weasley in the Harry Potter film franchise, will star in the network's new scripted drama…

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How to… get the most from international training by John Byrne

1. Be open As an American who has trained in San Diego, Poland and in London at LAMDA and East 15 Acting School,

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My First Training Overseas: Eric Lampaert by John Byrne

I went to Jacques Lecoq the year after studying at Middlesex University because I wanted to expand my knowledge of my craft,

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: THE COMEDY OF ERRORS, Gray's Inn Hall, 22 August 2016 by Gary Naylor

Gary Naylor sees a fine addition to the Shakespeare 400 season with a return of The Comedy of Errors to its original venue but with a 1929 vibe.

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Theatre News: Prima ballerina Irina Kolesnikova holds ballet's first 'Instagram photocall'

Fans were invited to snap a rehearsal of Her Name Was Carmen at the London Coliseum

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Creature From Black Lagoon Resurfacing For CT HorrorFest by Susan Dunne

Ricou Browning became legendary almost by accident. In 1953, He was working at Wakulla Springs near Tallahassee, Fla., lifeguarding and doing other chores. His boss, who was going out of tow…

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It’s Back! by Newsdesk

The Off Broadway Alliance has announced that its hugely popular semi-annual ticket promotion 20at20, will return from September 5th to September 25, 2016. 20at20 makes $20 tickets available …

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Edinburgh Fringe: Two Man Show by Laura Kressly

RashDash are angry. Like, fucking furious level of angry. They’re fed up of patriarchal language and gender stereotypes that limit both men and women from expressing themselves honestly

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Leslye Headland Explores One-Night Stands' Lasting Impressions in New Play 'The Layover' (Q&A) by Ashley Lee

The 'Bachelorette' and 'Sleeping With Other People' scribe tells THR of revamping 'Strangers on a Train' for the off-Broadway show and penning a new movie about marriage.read more

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Ariana Grande, Anna Kendrick, Zooey Deschanel & More Set for TROLLS Soundtrack by TV News Desk

Justin Timberlake turned to Instagram this week to reveal the track list for the upcoming soundtrack for TROLLS, a new animated film.

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Exploring Cervantes. Director José Arellano Garcia talks about The Last Quixote by Rosalind Lacy

In spite of severe thunderstorm and flash flood warnings, heat advisories to stay inside, and Metro track delays, we met at the front door of the GALA Hispanic Tivoli Theatre. Stage director…

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Q&A with Broadwaysted by Joy

Broadwaysted is the  podcast for people who enjoy musical theatre, enjoy talking to people who love musical theatre, and enjoy talking about musical theatre. Join Bryan, Kevin, & Kimb…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Five Finalists Revealed on SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE: THE NEXT GENERATION; Savion Glover to Choreograph Next Week by TV News Desk

Next week, join the celebration of the 250th episode of SO YOU THINK YOU CAN DANCE THE NEXT GENERATION, as the contestants take over and choreograph their routines for the first time in the …

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Review: Edinburgh review: Blow Off (Traverse Theatre)

This piece about a woman about to commit a suicide bombing leaves you 'wondering when we were going to get to the good part'

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ALLEGRO – Southwark Playhouse by Johnny Fox

The first thing to say here is that yet again the producer/director collaboration of Danielle Tarento and Thom Southerland has come up with a beautiful show, full of charm, of energy and of …

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Last Chance To See BLANC DE BLANC at London Hippodrome by Marianka Swain

It's the last chance to see sizzling circus and cabaret show Blanc de Blanc following a critically acclaimed run at the London Hippodrome. Blanc de Blanc is closing on Sunday 28 August after…

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Edward Fox To Star In New Betjeman Play SAND IN THE SANDWICHES by Marianka Swain

Edward Fox is to star in a new play,Sand in the SandwichesbyHugh Whitemore, which celebrates the life and work ofJohn Betjeman. Directed byGareth Armstrong, the production will premiere at O…

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Broadway AM Report, 8/23/2016 - CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST and More! by Jessica Khan

Today's big news Suzanne Vega amp Duncan Sheik's 'LOVER, BELOVED' gets a Houston workshop tonight, the Rockettes celebrate CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST, and the cast ofWAITRESS performs today at Barn…

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BWW's On This Day - August 23, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on August 23 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Melissa Errico Sneak Peek – Returns to 54 Below by Sandi Durell

    By Sandi Durell     The magnificent voice and presence of Melissa Errico returns to 54 Below with a brand new show in September, when she will be singing the songs th…

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Manchester School of Theatre tops drama student satisfaction tables for second time by Georgia Snow

Manchester School of Theatre has been ranked the top drama school for overall student satisfaction for the second year running. All students

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Summerhall posts 30% ticket sales boom at Edinburgh Fringe 2016 by Thom Dibdin

Edinburgh Fringe venue Summerhall – currently sweeping the awards ceremonies at the festival – has posted ticket sales up 30% on the

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: Holby star Rob Ostlere cast in Tennessee Williams' Confessional

The play will run at Southwark Playhouse in October

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Video: Fringe Focus: Foiled, Team Viking and more

Hear more about four shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Theatre News: What's in my Edinburgh digs? - The HandleBards

We caught up with Matt from The HandleBards to see what he has been travelling with as the troupe of cycling actors' tour reaches the Fringe

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Edinburgh Fringe: Nosferatu’s Shadow by Thom Dibdin

Clever: There is a delicate balance between information and entertainment, and between history and contemporary relevance, in Michael Daviot's Nosferatu's Shadow at Sweet Grassmarket.

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NEWS: Edward Fox celebrates Betjeman in Whitemore’s Sand in the Sandwiches by Press Releases

Edward Fox is to star in a new play, Sand in the Sandwiches by Hugh Whitemore, which celebrates the life and work of John Betjeman. Directed by Gareth Armstrong, the production will premiere…

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Mrs. Schrodinger’s Cat – Fringe by Jk Clarke

        By JK Clarke   Plays that tackle broad philosophical conundrums don’t usually tell you they are doing so as explicitly as Mrs. Schrodinger’s Cat, a piece…

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Pop-up pie shop Sweeney Todd transfers to New York by David Hutchison

Tooting Arts Club’s pop-up production of Sweeney Todd is to transfer to New York next year. The sell-out show was first performed

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An Edinburgh comedy judge's diary: the Dave prize for the fringe's funniest joke by Paul Macinnes

Like the universe or Stevie Wonder, the number of awards for standups continues to expand. And the latest gong on the block is from the 'home of witty banter'There's a new gong in town. Not …

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10 funniest jokes from the Edinburgh festival fringe 2014 by Guardian Staff

From Hoovers to badgers, here are the quips voted funniest in Dave's competition at the festival1. "I've decided to sell my Hoover… well, it was just collecting dust." – Tim Vine2. "I've…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, August 23, 2016 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: @SFosterNYC’s #SweetCharity Extends & @CiaraRenee8 Gets @KeenCompany’s #GreenGreenDress “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hit…

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Theatre News: Top 15 funniest jokes of Edinburgh Fringe announced

West Bromwich comedian Masai Graham has received this year's accolade

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Full Line-up Announced for Viola Beach Tribute Warrington Festival by Marianka Swain

Warrington Festival is pleased to reveal the full line-up of local artists who will support Starsailor on Saturday 17 September as part of a tribute to Viola Beach and their manager, who tra…

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Casting Announced For The London Premiere of Tennessee Williams' CONFESSIONAL by Marianka Swain

Share a drink with a group of shameless lowlifes and watch their lives implode...Tramp's innovative, semi-immersive production reimagines Tennessee Williams' little known play,CONFESSIONAL, …

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Two Jews walk into a theatre… by Arts Review

Inhabiting our parents idiocentric traits We think we know our parents and we sense their presence inside us. At times we’re even shocked to hear their voices come out of our own mouths…

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How Dance Will Help Teach Us About The Next Transformative Technology by Douglas McLennan

Dance is the most physical art. Bodies moving, yes, but physical also because of how bodies relate to the spaces they’re in. Much of the energy in tech innovation right now is explori…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Friendship Burrito by Michael Block

By Michael BlockSketch comedy is some of the hardest form of comedy to write and be funny. When you have a character that works and is loved, you might as well bring her back every opportuni…

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Janice Sinden joins Denver Center for the Performing Arts as president and CEO by John Wenzel

Janice Sinden, a fourth-generation Coloradan with robust political and business connections, has been chosen as the new leader of the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, the nation's larg…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Women in Theatre and Screen launch Festival Fatale inaugural program by Arts Review

Women in Theatre and Screen (WITS) has revealed Festival Fatale’s inaugural program featuring six staged productions, four play readings and 11 cabaret acts that celebrates female-drive…

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Review: What We'd Do For Love by Michael Block

By Michael BlockWritten and directed by Ethan Ness, Die For Me is a stylized play of teen angst and the lengths one goes for the one they believe they love. Ness’ material is heavy. Boy an…

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Spotlight On...Mark Edward Lang and Alison J. Murphy by Michael Block

Name:  Mark Edward Lang and Alison J. MurphyHometown: MARK: Manhattan, New York CityALISON: Cape May Court House, NJEducation:  MARK: B.A. Vassar College, Theater majorALISON: B.A.…

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Review: Not Game Over by Michael Block

By Michael BlockThe video game worlds collide in this interactive adventure aptly named The Video Games. Though it may be hard to form a coherent semblance of plot, creators Jared Tyrel Pixl…

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Spotlight On...Mike Schlitt by Michael Block

Name: Mike SchlittHometown: Born and raised in NYC, been living in Los Angeles for decades (New Yorkers, please don't hold that against me).Education: B.A. from UCLAFavorite Credits: Directi…

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Richard Jordan: We must not forget the Edinburgh Fringe’s unique contribution to theatre by Richard Jordan

Twenty-five years ago, a relatively new venue on the Edinburgh Festival Fringe joined forces with an organisation called Waverley Care, a Scottish-based charity

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Paul Vale: Welcome to Edinburgh’s musicals melting pot by Paul Vale

In terms of musical theatre, Edinburgh is king of the revival. You can pretty much guarantee at least two productions of Rent

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Francesca Millican-Slater: ‘There’s a lot of worth in having to sell your own tickets’ by Georgia Snow

Now performing her self-written show Stories to Tell in the Middle of the Night at Edinburgh, the writer and actor tells Georgia

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Mark Shenton: London’s autumn theatre calendar offers rich pickings by Mark Shenton

We may yet be getting a late burst of hot weather this week, but the last shouts from the Edinburgh Fringe also

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Toni Maticevski: Dark Wonderland by Arts Review

For the first time in his celebrated twenty year career, renowned Australian fashion designer, Toni Maticevski opens up his archives for an exhibition that reveals the beauty and breadth of …

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Gesher Music Festival comes to a successful conclusion by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

'The Great (Jewish) American Songbook' closes the run

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Drama Teachers Directing A Midsummer Night’s Dream by Lindsay Price, The Theatrefolk Podcast

Episode 164: Drama Teachers Directing A Midsummer Night’s Dream Four drama teachers talk about their vision, their experience, their successes and their struggles directing A Midsummer Nig…

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Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Suzanne Vega & Duncan Sheik's 'LOVER, BELOVED' Gets Houston Workshop Tonight by BroadwayWorld

As a part of Alley All New, the Alley Theatre announces two workshop presentations of the new musical in progress Lover, Beloved An Evening with Carson McCullers tonight, August 23 730 p.m.,…

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The Wait Is Over! Brandon Victor Dixon Starts Performances in Hamilton by Lindsey Sullivan

Welcome to the room where it happens, Brandon Victor Dixon! The two-time Tony nominee will join Lin-Manuel Miranda's revolutionary hit Hamilton as Aaron Burr (Sir) on August 23. Leslie O…

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The Rockettes Celebrate CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST Today by BroadwayWorld

The Madison Square Garden Company MSG presents theofficial kick-off to the holiday season with 'Christmas in August,' celebrating the 2016 edition of the Christmas Spectacular Starring the R…

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Praise Heaven! Olivier Winner Stephen Ashfield Begins Performances in The Book of Mormon on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Stephen Ashfield will say "hello" to Broadway's The Book of Mormon on August 23. The native Scot is set to reprise his Olivier-winning performance as Elder McKinley in the pro…

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A STORIED CAREER by Matt Windman

Singer and actress Barbara Cook looks back at her long and erratic career.

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Theater News: Brandon Victor Dixon Begins Performances as Aaron Burr in Hamilton

The two-time Tony nominee joins the cast of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical tonight.

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On the Couch with Catherine Truman by Arts Review

Who is Catherine Truman? I make objects, film, images and I write. I work in many different mediums and scales and environments. If I’m asked to pin it down a little, I say I’m a contemp…

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Stratford’s The Hypochondriac offers satirical cure to what ails you: review by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Antoni Cimolino’s final production at the 2016 Stratford Festival is of Molière’s 1673 comedy The Hypochondriac.

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New Burr, Sir: Brandon Victor Dixon Joins Hamilton Tonight by Robert Viagas

A busy summer continues for the star of Shuffle Along and the Ellis Island Ragtime.

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Jessie Mueller and Sara Bareilles Due for Today's Waitress CD Signing and Performance by Robert Viagas

The cast is singing three songs at the East Side Barnes & Noble in Manhattan.

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Broadway Actors Star in Agatha Christie Classic, The Mousetrap by Andrew Gans

The mystery concludes the Cape Playhouse season.

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“Home is Where I Act”—Get to Know The Public’s New Hamlet by Olivia Clement

How the Olivier Award-winning actor landed the role of his dreams at the famed theatre.

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New security measures at Downtown theaters begin Oct. 1 by Marylynne Pitz/ Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Starting Oct. 1, patrons will see new security measures at four Downtown performance venues: the Benedum Center for the Performing Arts, Byham Theater, Cabaret at Theater Square and August W…

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