Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)

The Flannelettes review – not so much well made as well meant by Susannah Clapp

King’s Head, London Richard Cameron’s sequinned serenade of a drama never quite finds its feet Continue reading...

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As You Like It review – ‘St Crispin’s Day for girls’ by Susannah Clapp

Globe, London The wonderful Michelle Terry makes Rosalind her own in Blanche McIntyre’s intelligent staging of As You Like It Continue reading...

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Pride & Prejudice review – voguish, costumed, class snobbery by Clare Brennan

Crucible theatre, Sheffield; until 6 JuneSimon Reade’s broad-stroke reworking of Jane Austen is watchable if lacking in any real depthExam season is upon us, so here’s a question. One cr…

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Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Charmatz: Aatt enen tionon review – look, no pants by Luke Jennings

Sadler’s Wells, LondonDoes Boris Charmatz’s three-tier piece hit the bare essentials – or is it merely random nakedness? Continue reading...

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The Funfair review – gaudy despair that rings disturbing and true by Susannah Clapp

Home, Manchester Manchester’s new Home theatre offers a modern spin on a tale of 1920s Munich Continue reading...

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Sunday, May 24, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Video Flash: Laura Osnes Dazzles With "If I Loved You" From Carousel

The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic is part of her concert An Evening With Laura Osnes.

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Sunday, May 24, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)

This Week’s Picks! Meet Darren Criss in an Alley, Get Mean with Pink & Celebrate #TBT Broadway-Style by Pete Croatto

Hey, you, still recovering from a near three-bean salad overdose! The holiday weekend isn’t over yet. Slow down and step away from the tray of cheeseburgers. You need your strength for…

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New 'Guess The Show!' Promo Video For SOMETHING ROTTEN! by Pat Cerasaro

A new video promo for Something Rotten

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Your Sunday Afternoon Zen: The Ladies of Les Mis sing Sister Act by Cassie Tongue

Sundays, man. Sundays are tough. The working week is calling all over again. But fear not – I’m here to help you out again with another great video of Australian musical stars li…

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Matthew Macfadyen: 'I do have a good eye' by Harriet Lane

After playing Darcy in Pride and Prejudice, Matthew Macfadyen decided to start being fussy about roles. Harriet Lane hears how all those months of turning down scripts finally paid off Conti…

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Photo Archive: Gertrude Lawrence, Angela Lansbury, Donna Murphy and More in The King and I by David Gewirtzman

In celebration of its 2015 Tony nomination for Best Revival of a Musical, Playbill presents a look back at The King and I on stage, from the original Broadway production with Gertrude Lawren…

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Playbill Poll: Who Should Star in the Tour of the Phantom Sequel, Love Never Dies ? by Olivia Clement

Following the recent news that Andrew Lloyd Webber's Phantom sequel, Love Never Dies may tour the U.S., took to social media to see which leading man readers would most like…

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The Battle of the Blondes: Comparing Madeline Kahn and Kristin Chenoweth’s Rides On the Twentieth Ce by Mark Robinson

Decades after its first Broadway bow, the madcap musical comedy On the Twentieth Century has returned to Broadway — and released a cast recording. How does this anticipated revival…

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Photo Exclusive: The Sketches and Models Behind the 2015 Tony Nominated Sets and Costumes by David Gewirtzman

Playbill presents an exclusive look at the models and sketches created by this year's Tony Award nominated set and costume designers.

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9 Stages of Being an Annoyed Theatregoer (as Told Through GIFs) by Carey Purcell

We've all been there: You sit down to watch a Broadway show. The lights go down and the curtain goes up... and the person next to you pulls out his/her phone. Or a candy. Or begins talki…

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Laura Benanti, Laurence Fishburne and More Are Part of Tonight’s PBS “National Memorial Day Concert” by Andrew Gans

The "National Memorial Day Concert" is broadcast live from the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol May 24 beginning at 8 PM ET on PBS; check local listings.

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Original Cast Members Reunite for Grand Hotel: The 25th Anniversary Concert Tonight by Andrew Gans

The 54 Sings series continues May 24 with Grand Hotel: The 25th Anniversary Concert at the intimate Manhattan nightspot 54 Below.

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Playbill Vault’s Today In Theatre History: May 24 by David Gewirtzman and Robert Viagas, Ernio Hernandez and Anne Bradley

1925 Godfrey Tearle is Hamlet in the Fellowship Players production at the Prince of Wales Theatre. The Fellowship offers Sunday performances so these employed professionals have the chance t…

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Intimate Titanic, A Hit in London, Opens in Toronto Tonight by Adam Hetrick

An intimate revival of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's Tony Award-winning musical Titanic, featuring opera tenor Ben Heppner in the role of Isidor Straus, officially opens May 24 at T…

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How The Wiz Went from Nearly Closing On Opening Night to Becoming a Tony-Winning Hit Here’s What Ha by Colette Dowling digs into its archives to explore past articles and uncover the history behind some of Broadway's biggest shows. This original piece, "Selling a Broadway Show Or How Th…

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Young Pittsburgh dance companies striving to succeed by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Once upon a time, aspiring dancers followed a predictable path in pursuit of their dreams. Move to a big city, audition tirelessly and, if you’re lucky, maybe you’ll land a contract with…

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Broadway reviews: 'Something Rotten!' and 'Gigi' boast plenty of highlights by Christopher Rawson and Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

NEW YORK – The lifeblood of Broadway is musicals, and they’re still pumping away — the old warhorses (“Phantom,” “Chicago”), the young warhorses (“Jersey Boys,”&#…

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