Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Theatre News: Arts Council awards Orange Tree Theatre new funding

After losing its Arts Council funding in 2014, the Orange Tree Theatre will receive a new award over three years

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The Bolshoi Ballet, Royal Opera House, review: 'The pace is tremendous' by Zoë Anderson, Zoë Anderson

The Bolshoi, one of the world's major ballet companies, return to London with a new production of Don Quixote

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Interviews: 5 minutes with: Obioma Ugoala - 'It's a lot of pressure playing Smokey Robinson'

We talk to Motown: the Musical's new Smokey Robinson, and find out what it was like on the set of the new Disney adaptation of Beauty and the Beast

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, July 27, 2016 by Matt Tamanini, The Broadwayradio Network

Listen: Theatre Titan James Nederlander Passes Away, @jenashtep’s ‘Volume 3’ Gets Release Date, and More! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, po…

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Win a double pass to see Wagner’s Tannhäuser, Melbourne by AussieTheatre

Win your chance to be part of an historical event in Melbourne! For the first time ever, The Regent Theatre on Collins St Melbourne will house an opera, and we have 3 double passes to give a…

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Bucket List: the play raging against the 'humanitarian disaster' of capitalism by Lyn Gardner

Theatre Ad Infinitum’s new show is about a Mexican girl who turns to revenge in the face of corruption. Director Nir Paldi explains why we’re all to blame for oppression of the poor – …

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Soapbox: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child media circus is bad news for other productions by Soapbox

Why should one show dictate the conversation in our industry? During recent years numerous publications have reduced their coverage of the arts, and

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Half A Sixpence, Chichester Festival Theatre by Bella Todd

Watching Cameron Mackintosh’s joyful revision of this Sixties musical, it’s possible to believe for a moment that all the world needs now is love sweet love and a shit-ton of banjos. Wit…

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Review: Review: Half a Sixpence (Chichester Festival Theatre)

Julian Fellowes and Stiles and Drewe do their best to give this dated musical a new lease of life

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Road Theatre Company Presents 7th Annual Summer Playwrights Festival by Tracey Paleo

The Road Theatre Company will open its seventh annual Summer Playwrights Festival on Sunday July 31 at 5108 Lankershim Blvd. in North Hollywood, CA.  The festival runs through Sunday, Augus…

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When Intelligence is Artificial by Kevin Delin

If you follow the popular tech press, it’s likely you’ve seen a number of stories about artificial intelligence.  The term “artificial intelligence” is somewhat loos…

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A Temperate Tempest by Sam Hurwitt

If you're going to be shipwrecked by a freak storm, a Livermore winery is an awfully pleasant place to wind up.

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UK drama schools to raise fees above £9,000 by David Hutchison

Some of the UK’s leading drama schools are set to increase their fees by £250 a year, after the government announced plans

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Review: Veils, The So & So Arts Club by Sara Malik

‘I hope they never force you to wear it, and I hope they never force me to take it off’ Veils attacks a subject head-on which we are all too afraid to really talk about, a subject that c…

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Let’s Get Your Facebook Ad Campaigns Organized by Ceci Dadisman

Are you advertising on Facebook by clicking the Boost Post button at the bottom of your posts?  That’s certainly one option to consider and fellow ArtsHacker Jonathan Eifert covered r…

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)

From Broadway with Love: A Benefit Concert for Orlando Celebrates The Healing Force Of Theatre by Michael J. Roberts

Photo Credit: Ian Suarez I have always maintained that a theatre is a living, breathing [...]

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Frankly Winehouse by Arts Review

Following its debut at Melbourne Fringe last year, and a sell-out season at Perth’s Fringe World earlier this year, enjoy a frank encounter with the late, great Amy Winehouse in Frank…

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Broadway giant James ‘Jimmy’ Nederlander dies at 94 by The Associated Press

James M. Nederlander, who took over the fledgling Nederlander Organization from his father and built it into one of the largest producers of live entertainment and a dominant national theate…

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Drift – Australian Theatre for Young People by Bec Caton

As if transitioning into young adulthood isn’t hard enough, what with trying to define a unique self and working out what being a grown-up looks like, the characters in Two Peas’ Drift a…

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Flyman: Everyone has a creative role to play in a production by Flyman

Are you on the ‘creative team’? It is fair to say that most of you are, whether you know it or not.

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Natasha Tripney’s Theatre Picks: July 27 by Natasha Tripney

The Edinburgh Fringe is not far away and that’s reflected in the work opening this week. But amid the previews there’s a

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Mark Shenton: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child can change the way we see theatre by Mark Shenton

It is impossible to draw conclusions of this nature from a couple of performances, but I’ve seen the Harry Potter and the

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The Chat / Crime and Punishment by Arts Review

Devised by both artists and former prisoners, The Chat takes a dark and humorous look at the criminal justice system at Arts House – North Melbourne Town Hall for a limited season fr…

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Beginnings by John Simon

Like first impressions in life, and rather more so, first impressions, i.e., beginnings in fiction matter. They may not be quite all important, but they do invite and influence readership.Ta…

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THE SECRET GARDEN Returns to the West End Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The Tony award-winning musicalThe Secret Garden, based on the 1911 novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett with script and lyrics by Pulitzer prize and Tony award-winner Marsha Norman and music by …

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Wednesday, July 27, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)

DVR Alert: Bernadette Peters Gives Shelter Dog Makeovers on LIVE Today by TV News Desk

BWW has learned thatBernadette Peters will stop by LIVE WITH KELLY today, July 27th to help give makeovers to some lucky shelter dogs.

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Lindsay Mendez and More Set for BROADWAY STORIES 4 at Feinstein's/54 Below Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Feinstein's54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents BROADWAY STORIES on July 27th, 2016 at 930pm.

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HAMILTON Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Gets Star on Puerto Rico Walk of Fame Today by BroadwayWorld

Tony, Emmy, Grammy, Pulitzer, Oliver and McArthur award-winner Lin-Manuel Miranda, creator of Broadway's smash hit musical HAMILTON, will be honored today, July 27th by receiving a star on t…

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FREEDOM RIDERS, Starring Mykal Kilgore, Opens Tonight at NYMF by BroadwayWorld

New York Musical Festival NYMF presents FREEDOM RIDERS from tonight, July 27th,throughAugust 2nd at June Havoc Theatre 312 W 36th St 1, New York, NY 10018. The official opening is set for to…

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Shakespeare's Globe's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE, Starring Jonathan Pryce, Opens Tonight at The Kennedy Center by BroadwayWorld

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing ArtspresentsShakespeare's Globe's critically acclaimed production of Shakespeare's THE MERCHANT OF VENICE in five performances tonight,July 27, …

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Getting Out

Getting Out Off Off Broadway, The Seeing Place Theater at the Lynn Redgrave Theater Reviewed by Helen Herbert BOTTOM LINE: A heartfelt revival about one woman’s struggle to rebuild her l…

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Kurt Vonnegut’s God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater Begins Tonight by Olivia Clement

Howard Ashman and Alan Menken’s 1979 musical is revived with a starry cast as part of the Encores! Off-Center season.

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Civil War Comedic Drama Butler Opens Tonight by Olivia Clement

Richard Strand’s historical play can be seen at 59E59 Theaters Off-Broadway.

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Their Favorite Things: David Garrison Shares His Theatregoing Experiences by Andrew Gans

Christopher Plummer, John Wood and Diana Rigg are among the singing actor’s favorites.

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Special Reports: 4 Wedding Stories With the Cast of Engagements

The Second Stage Uptown cast members share their best wedding anecdotes.

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How well do you know the lyrics of Stephen Sondheim? by Ruthie Fierberg

Test your knowledge of the master’s poetic words.

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Magic Time! A Report on ‘Double X’ at Schools Without Walls by John Stoltenberg

S. Ann Johnson’s Double X—an exquisitely crafted choreopoem exploring the multicultural distinctions and connections among seven women—had its DC debut Saturday after appearances in Ba…

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How do actors learn their lines? by Antony Sher

Dialogue is like food: you hold it in your mouth, you taste it. And learning the part of Falstaff in Henry IV Parts I and II was like munching on a rich pudding“How do you learn all those …

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