Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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The Angel Esmeralda review – slender DeLillo fable fails to take operatic flight by Andrew Clements

Guildhall School of Music and Drama, London Although well sung and staged, Lliam Paterson’s score and Pamela Carter’s text fail to make a substantial opera out of this Don DeLillo short …

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Pop the question on one of the world’s most famous stages by Sean McLoughlin

Opera Australia today launched an exciting new Proposal Package that could make all the difference between a resounding YES and

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Royal Opera House live cinema season presents La Bohème by Sean McLoughlin

The Royal Opera House 2019/20 Live Cinema Season exclusively presents special screenings of Puccini’s opera of young love, La bohème on

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Beautiful – The Carole King Musical by Arts Review

Davine Productions has assembled a stellar cast for Beautiful – The Carole King Musical, currently playing a sold out season as part of the Adelaide Fringe. In the role of Carole King is J…

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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'I can hear them three floors away!' The theatres where you don't have to behave by David Jays

You’re meant to shut up, keep still and pay attention at the theatre – but what if that’s a problem? We examine the rise of ‘relaxed’ spaces where anything goes It started with the…

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“The Chains:” Dance Theatre Uganda Returns with a Bang! by Ian Kiyingi Muddu

We last saw them on stage in 2016. We thought they had gone down the way of most companies – consigned their talents to oblivion. But on February 1st, 2020, Dance Theatre Uganda returned t…

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As Fates Would Have It – What We Learn From Minor Players In Greek Tragedies And Hollywood Films by Elodie Paillard

Many will be familiar with the looming presence of Oedipus or Antigone in Classical Greek tragedy. But how many remember the so-called secondary characters (nurses, soldiers, pedagogues) wit…

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A beautifully challenging piece from ATYP is coming to Riverside Theatres by Peter J Snee

From the pen of award-winning playwright, Mary Anne Butler, comes an urgent and vital new work, Cusp, playing at Riverside

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Remembering Jerome Robbins' Broadway and How He 'Changed Musical Theatre Singlehandedly' by Sheryl Flatow

In this 1989 Playbill feature, the soon-to-be Tony-winning musical gets explored as the legendary choreographer recreated his work.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Broadway.com and John Gore Organization Earn Eight 2020 New York Emmy Nominations by Broadway.com

John Gore Organization, the parent company of Broadway.com and Broadway Channel, has been honored with eight 2020 New York Emmy Award nominations, including nods for the popular Broadway.com…

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Take a First Look at the New Off-Broadway Play-With-Music Coal Country by Diep Tran

Coal Country, a new play-with-music currently running off-Broadway at the Public Theater, just released its first production photos. The production features music by three-time Grammy-winnin…

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The Curtain by Arts Review

A touching and humorous examination of ageing, vulnerability and a prickly friendship in a country town lodging house, renowned playwright Daniel Keene returns to fortyfivedownstairs with th…

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Review: In ‘We’re Gonna Die,’ Pop Songs for the Reaper by Jesse Green

Young Jean Lee offers upbeat tunes about downbeat lives and inevitable ends.

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Review: ‘Dana H.’ Maps a Harrowing Journey Into Hell by Ben Brantley

Lucas Hnath’s brilliant, boundary-melting play, starring a marvelous Deirdre O’Connell, is a first-person account of the violent kidnapping of his mother.

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Wednesday, February 26, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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The Inheritance Star Andrew Burnap’s 11 Favorite Theatregoing Experiences by Andrew Gans

Performances by Laurie Metcalf, Kevin Kline, Mark Strong, and more are favorites of the star of the Matthew Lopez drama.

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Harry Connick Jr. Launches True Love: An Intimate Performance Tour February 26 by Andrew Gans

The limited tour, featuring the songs of Cole Porter and more, kicks off in Las Vegas.

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Tony Nominee Beth Malone Is The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Opening February 26 Off-Broadway by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the newly reworked Meredith Willson musical for the Transport Group.

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Brian Cox-Directed Sinners—The English Professor Opens February 26 in London by Dan Meyer

Nicole Ansari and Adam Sina star in the two-hander by Joshua Sobol.

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