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Watch Newfoundlanders Discuss Being Depicted in International Hit Come From Away by Andrew Gans

The acclaimed musical continues on Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Take a Look at the New Cast of Broadway's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by Nathan Skethway

The Tony Award-winning production will welcome new witches and wizards to the two-part play March 20.

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Check Out Who’s Starring in HVSF’s Into the Woods, Cyrano, and More by Olivia Clement

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival casts its upcoming summer season.

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Against The Bad Sex In Fiction Awards by Artsjournal1

Catherine Brown: “At the risk of taking too-seriously an award of which the keynote is not seriousness, there are several problems involved in this that are worth considering. One is the i…

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Irving Berlin's White Christmas to Play Holiday Run in London's West End by Andy Lefkowitz

Let yourself go! Irving Berlin's White Christmas, the celebrated stage adaptation of the iconic film, has scheduled a West End return to London's Dominion Theatre this winter. Previews will…

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Seattle’s Scarecrow Video: The World’s Best Video Store? (Admittedly Now A Small Category) by Artsjournal

It survived bankruptcy, the threat of closing and the death of its charismatic founder. In 2014, it became a nonprofit. And now, after 30 years, with more than 132,000 titles — many on V…

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Photos: First Look at the Magical New Cast of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD by BroadwayWorld

Ahead of the new Broadway cast's first performance at New York's Lyric Theatre tomorrow, Wednesday, March 20th, we're bringing you a first-look at a set of portraits fit for the walls of Hog…

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Spring Preview: The Struggle (and the Stubble) Is Real for Tootsie Star Santino Fontana by Beth Stevens

The new musical Tootsie, based on the beloved 1982 movie starring Dustin Hoffman, is about an out-of-work actor so desperate for a role he will do absolutely anything to land a job. He even …

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Drama League Spring Charity Auction to Feature Experiences with Audra McDonald, Will Roland, Bryan Cranston, and More by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League's 2019 Spring Charity Auctionhas launched, featuring more than twenty once-in-a-lifetime prize packages.

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Christina Bianco, Mike Birbiglia, E. Clayton Cornelious, More Set for Jamie deRoy & Friends Benefit by Andrew Gans

The evening at Birdland will benefit The Actors Fund.

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James Corden to Host Tony Awards for Second Time by Michael Paulson

Mr. Corden, a musical theater enthusiast who won a Tony Award himself in 2012, will preside over the award ceremony on June 9 at Radio City Music Hall.

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2019 Mostly Mozart Festival to Include New York Premieres of Barrie Kosky’s The Magic Flute and The Black Clown by Adam Hetrick

The summer festival will also feature the U.S. premiere of the dance-theatre piece Under Siege.

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Broadway Beat: Hugh Jackman to Star in 'The Music Man,' Jeremy Jordan Joins ‘Waitress,’ More by Amy Sapp

These song-and-dance men are returning to the Broadway musical stage.

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Mary Testa, Robert Cuccioli, and More Set for On Approval Reading by Andrew Gans

The evening, directed by Pamela Hunt, is part of the 14th season of Project Shaw.

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WAITRESS Announces The Next Cast Album Karaoke Night On 10 April by BroadwayWorld

The next Waitress London Cast Album Karaoke Night will be held on Wednesday 10 April, hosts to be announced. Audience members can sign up before the show for the chance to sing one minute of…

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J. Harrison Ghee Returns to Broadway Cast of Kinky Boots March 19 by Andrew Gans

The actor will portray Lola through the musical’s final performance April 7 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

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Review: In Echo Theater’s ‘The Wolves,’ life through the lens of high school girls soccer by Charles McNulty

Sarah DeLappe's Pulitzer Prize finalist, "The Wolves," a drama about high school girl soccer players processing life's difficulties, large and small, gets a superb Echo Theater production di…

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15 Actors Remember the Most Impactful Moments at Irish Rep by Ruthie Fierberg

With visits from Katharine Hepburn to hilarious onstage gags, these are the moments in Irish Rep’s 30-year history the company will never forget.

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James Corden To Host This Year’s Tonys by Artsjournal

“The Late Late Show” host previously emceed the annual theater awards show in 2016, and won the Tony for best actor in a play for his performance in “One Man, Two Guvnors” in 2012. …

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival Names Bill Rauch’s Successor As Artistic Director by Artsjournal1

“Nataki Garrett, currently serving as acting artistic director for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts, will take the reins in August … The announcement ends a nearly yearlong sear…

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Actors' Equity Releases Statement On Trump's Proposal To Eliminate The National Endowment For The Arts by BroadwayWorld

Kate Shindle, President of Actors' Equity Association, has released the following statement in reaction to President Trump's proposed budget. The new budget plan again proposes to eliminate …

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Photo Coverage: Go Way Down Inside the HADESTOWN Press Presentation! by Walter McBride

Later this week, on March 22, Hadestown will begin preview performances at the Walter Kerr Theatre, ahead of a Wednesday, April 17 official opening night. The company recently gave a preview…

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Immersive Oklahoma! Begins Broadway Run; Watch Ali Stroker Sing 'I Cain't Say No' by Broadway.com

On the heels of an acclaimed production at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse, the innovative new staging of Oklahoma! from director Daniel Fish starts performances at Broadway's Circle in the S…

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Alex Boniello and Patti Murin Will Co-Host NAMIWalks NYC by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's Alex Boniello, star of Dear Evan Hansen and Patti Murin, star of Disney's Frozen will serve as the official co-hosts at the 13th annual NAMIWalks NYC community fundraising event o…

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Backstage at Be More Chill with George Salazar, Episode 5: Longest Day Ever by Broadway.com

Be More Chill's George Salazar takes us along on "the longest ever" as the cast preps for an appearance on Good Morning America and then has a two-show day.

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James Corden to Host 2019 Tony Awards by Andy Lefkowitz

James Corden is headed back to the Tonys! Following a cheered 2016 hosting gig, the Tony- and Emmy-winning Late Late Show host has signed on to emcee the 2019 celebration of Broadway. The T…

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Sarah Bockel to Star as Carole King in Broadway's Beautiful While Chilina Kennedy Plays Toronto by Andy Lefkowitz

Sarah Bockel, the celebrated tour star of Beautiful, has signed on to reprise her cheered turn as Carole King in the Broadway production at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre. Bockel will play a …

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See Shoshana Bean Return to Broadway in Her First Bow as Jenna in Waitress by Caitlin Moynihan

Shoshana Bean looks sweet as pie as she takes her first bow as Jenna in Waitress on Broadway on March 18. Bean is returning to the Great White Way for the first time in 13 years: She was pre…

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Step Inside Nantucket Sleigh Ride's Opening Night Off-Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Lincoln Center Theater's Nantucket Sleigh Ride celebrated its opening night off-Broadway on March 18. John Guare's new play stars John Larroquette, Will Swenson, Douglas Sills, German Jarami…

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James Corden set to host the 2019 Tony Awards by Eileen Reslen

This is the second time for the "Late Late Show" host.

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Go Inside the Opening Night of Nantucket Sleigh Ride Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The play, which stars John Larroquette, Will Swenson, Tina Benko, and more, opened at Lincoln Center Theater March 18.

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Actors’ Equity Vows To Fight Donald Trump’s Proposed NEA Elimination by Greg Evans

Calling President Donald Trump’s proposed elimination of the National Endowment for the Arts “short-sighted at best,” Actors’ Equity Association has vowed to continue fighting what h…

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2019 Excellence in Theatre Education Award Ambassadors Laud Drama Teachers & Arts Education

With the February 22 deadline for submitting amazing drama teachers from Anytown U.S.A. fast apprioaching, the Tony Awards and Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) have announced a group of tale…

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James Corden Returns to Host the 2019 Tony Awards®, June 9 on CBS

The Tony- and Emmy Award-winning performer will preside over the 73rd annual award ceremony.

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BWW Review: John Larroquette Takes The Mad Excursion of John Guare's NANTUCKET SLEIGH RIDE by Michael Dale

Sturdy, richly-voiced and subtly droll, John Larroquette is one of those actors with a wonderful talent for creating enormously funny moments by taking in the madness surrounding him and cut…

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Photo Coverage: Julia Gytri, Avi Amon, Emily Gardner Xu Hall and Andy Roninson Receive 2019 Jonathan Larson Grants by Jennifer Broski

Just yesterday, the American Theatre Wing presented the 2019 Jonathan Larson Grants toJulia Gytri amp Avi Amon book, music and lyrics, Emily Gardner Xu Hall book, music and lyrics, Andy Roni…

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Oh What a Beautiful Morning! Meet the Cast of OKLAHOMA!- Now in Previews! by Julie Musbach

The new Broadway production of Oklahoma begins previews at Broadway's Circle in the Square Theatre 1633 Broadway on tonight, March 19, 2019. Get to know the cast below as they begin Broadway…

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Photo Coverage: Judith Light and Tony Kushner Honored With DGF Madges Evans & Sidney Kingsley Awards by Walter McBride

On Monday, March 18, DGF hosted a Salon at the Lambs Club where they presented actress Judith Light and playwright Tony Kushner with the DGF Madge Evans amp Sidney Kingsley Awards. Former DG…

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Breaking: James Corden Will Return to Host the 2019 Tony Awards! by BroadwayWorld

He's back According to Variety, James Corden is set to return as host of the 73rd Annual Tony Awards on June 9, 2019. Corden last hosted the ceremony in 2016.

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BE MORE CHILL's Lauren Marcus, Jason SweetTooth Williams And More Will Celebrate Their Broadway Debut at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Feinstein's54 Below presents Another Opening, Another Debut Broadway Debuts of the 2018-2019 Season on May 6th, 2019, at 930pm. Every year new faces join the Broadway community. No matter if…

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VIDEO: Legends of the Stage, Kristin Chenoweth and Elaine Paige, Unite for CHESS Duet by Paul Smith

Television audiences in the UK were lucky to hear the iconic Kristin Chenoweth and legendary Elaine Paige sing a duet together.

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THE PRICE Enters Final Six Weeks at Wyndham's Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The Olivier Award-nominated, 50th anniversary production of Arthur Miller's riveting drama The Price must end its strictly limited West End run at Wyndham's Theatre on 27 April.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 3/17/2019: Some Luck From the Irish

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending March 18, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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Fevered Sleep’s Sam Butler: ‘Our show in a shop helps us to open up a conversation about grief’ by Giverny Masso

The co-founder and co-artistic director of Fevered Sleep tells Giverny Masso about the company’s latest project, which encourages people to talk about

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Blade Runner And Live Composer Battle Complete Line-up For Films In Concert by BroadwayWorld

Two more concerts are announced today as part of the 2019 Films in Concert series at the Royal Albert Hall.

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‘Frozen’ the Musical Opening in London in 2020 by Stewart Clarke

“Frozen” the musical is coming to London and will open in the West End in fall 2020. The Michael Grandage-directed Disney Theatrical Productions stage show has been on Broadway for a yea…

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Voice of Ariel celebrates ‘The Little Mermaid’ anniversary by Ap, Ap, Ap

“The Little Mermaid” is celebrating its 30th anniversary this year and Jodi Benson, who voiced Ariel, reflects on the film's legacy and its impact on her life. (March 19)      …

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'I’ll miss you': Miley Cyrus tearfully sings at funeral for 'The Voice' alum Janice Freeman by Usa Today, Cydney Henderson, Usa Today

Miley Cyrus attended Freeman's funeral with her father, Billy Ray Cyrus, where she revealed Freeman "taught me everything that I know about love."        

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Soledad O'Brien mourns mom's death 40 days after dad's in the most moving post by Usa Today, Sonja Haller, Usa Today

The former CNN anchor announced her mother died on Monday. On Twitter, she wrote about her parents' interracial marriage and touted her mom's wisdom.        

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Ana Villafañe Tapped for New CBS Comedy To Whom It May Concern by Olivia Clement

The On Your Feet! star will be part of the Pittsburgh-set pilot.

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Was Shakespeare Really Queer? The Sonnets Are Pretty Clear by Artsjournal1

Sandra Newman looks at the 126 Shakespeare sonnets (out of a total of 154) addressed to the Fair Youth, at other sonnets and love poetry of the time and place, and at what Shakespeare’s co…

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Dick Dale, ‘King Of The Surf Guitar’, Dead At 81 by Artsjournal1

“In the space of a few short years, the Boston-born, Southern California transplant (born Richard Anthony Monsour) had merged the laid-back, sun-blasted lifestyle of the surf scene with a …

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‘Frozen’ Marks Broadway Anniversary With News Of International Expansion by Dade Hayes

With the Broadway production of Frozen about to mark its first anniversary, Disney Theatrical Productions has announced versions of the show will be performed in Australia, London and German…

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Disney's Frozen Sets Arrival in London's West End; Australia & Germany on Deck by Andy Lefkowitz

Frozen is bound for London! Disney Theatrical has scheduled a West End transfer of its 2018 Tony-nominated Broadway musical for fall of 2020 at the newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lan…

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Actor who plays LGBT+ character in The Colour Purple play sparks anger over 'homophobic' post by Clarisse Loughrey, Clarisse Loughrey

A Facebook post from September 2014 sees her write that Christians 'have begun to twist the word of God' when it comes to the acceptance of homosexuality

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Meet the Magic Makers! Exclusive Portraits of James Snyder & the New Cast of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by Broadway.com

Mischief is certainly managed when it comes to Broadway's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child! Members of the original Broadway cast, including Tony nominees Jamie Parker, Anthony Boyle and N…

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Chilina Kennedy Will Return to Toronto for Encore Engagement of Beautiful—The Carole King Musical by Andrew Gans

Canada native Kennedy has played the Grammy-winning singer-songwriter for more than 1,000 performances on Broadway.

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Read Reviews for John Guare’s Nantucket Sleigh Ride Off-Broadway by Ruthie Fierberg

Starring John Larroquette and Will Swenson, the new play from director Jerry Zaks bowed at Lincoln Center Theater.

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James Corden To Host 2019 Tony Awards by Greg Evans

James Corden, host of CBS’ The Late Late Show, will host the 73rd annual Tony Awards on Sunday, June 9, the American Theatre Wing's Tony Awards have announced. The gig marks Corden's secon…

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James Corden Set to Host the 2019 Tony Awards by Morgan Steward

James Corden is returning to the Tony Awards. The Late Late Show host will return to the stage to host the awards ceremony for the second time. Corden previously emceed the Tony Awards in 20…

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James Corden will host the 2019 Tony Awards by Caitlin Huston

James Corden will host the 2019 Tony Awards this June. This is the second time Corden has hosted, after taking on the role in 2016 at the Beacon Theatre. The “Late Late Show” host has tw…

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James Corden to Host 2019 Tony Awards by Ryan McPhee

The Tony Award winner previously emceed the ceremony in 2016.

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Go Inside Shoshana Bean’s Return to Broadway in Waitress by Marc J. Franklin

The Wicked alum stepped into the role of Jenna at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre March 18.

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White Christmas starring Danny Mac announces West End transfer by Giverny Masso

White Christmas starring Danny Mac is to run at the Dominion Theatre in London’s West End this Christmas. The Irving Berlin musical

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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WHITE CHRISTMAS Will Play At The Dominion Theatre This Christmas by BroadwayWorld

Jamie Wilson, Mark Goucher, Gavin Kalin and Kevin McCollum will present the spectacular new Made at Curve production of Irving Berlin's WHITE CHRISTMAS at London's Dominion Theatre from Frid…

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Soho Estates Announces Launch Of Boulevard Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Fawn James director of Soho Estates today announced the launch of the Boulevard Theatre in the heart of Soho in Walker's Court. The revived venue is located on the site where her grandfather…

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Once Again. Trump’s Proposed Budget Defunds NEA, NEH, Public Broadcasting, Libraries by Artsjournal1

“For the third time in as many years, the White House has proposed a federal budget that would shutter the National Endowment for the Arts, the National Endowment for the Humanities, the C…

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Lawyers For Guy Who Stole Terracotta Warrior’s Thumb Try Defense That’s — Let’s Call It Novel by Artsjournal1

At a holiday party in 2017 at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia, an inebriated Michael Rohana allegedly broke off and pocketed the thumb of one of the 2,000-year-old Chinese terracotta …

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Thanks To Met Museum Admission Fees, New York City To Give $2.8 Million To Smaller Arts Groups by Artsjournal1

As part of the City’s agreement to let the Met charge non-New Yorkers a mandatory admission fee, the museum is to give the City a portion of the new revenues for grants to other organizati…

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Orlando Ballet Declines To Renew Contract Of Its Biggest Star by Artsjournal1

“Arcadian Broad, who has a national following as Orlando Ballet’s best-known dancer, will depart the company next month. The ballet company declined to renew his contract, as well as tha…

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Boxing clever: how mind-warping sci-fi came to a Glasgow office block by Libby Brooks

Ahead of a stage trilogy about technology’s advance, Cora Bissett talks GM babies, robot nurses and the timeless power of theatre A couple’s intimate discussions about having a baby take…

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Kiss Me, Kate, Starring Kelli O'Hara & Will Chase, Gets Extension at Studio 54 by Andy Lefkowitz

Wunderbar! The celebrated new Broadway staging of Kiss Me, Kate has received a four-week extension at Studio 54. Originally announced to run through June 2, the Roundabout Theatre Company pr…

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Too Darn Hot to Quit! KISS ME, KATE Extends Four Weeks by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Companyannounces a four-week extension of the new Broadway production of the musical comedy Kiss Me, Kate, after opening to rave reviews on March 14, 2019.

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Photo Coverage: Opening Up! Shoshana Bean Takes Her First Bow in WAITRESS! by Monroe George

Opening up Shoshana Bean has officially taken over the role of Jenna in Waitress Bean had her first performance on March 18, and BroadwayWorld was there. Check out the photos below

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BEETLEJUICE Announces IT'S (GAME) SHOWTIME! Weekly Live Game Show And Ticket Lottery by BroadwayWorld

BEETLEJUICE on Broadwayannounced today that every Tuesday during preview performances lucky fans will have a chance to win aweekly lottery for specially priced 33.33 tickets. But they'll hav…

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Leadership At Top US Nonprofit Theatres Is Finally Becoming More Diverse by Artsjournal1

“Across the country, scores of artistic directors, most of them white men who have served as community tastemakers for years, are leaving their jobs via retirements, ousters, and an indust…

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In Memoriam: Asa Brebner by Tim Jackson

When you play music onstage with someone over the decades you know what they’re thinking with a single glance. The post In Memoriam: Asa Brebner appeared first on The Arts Fuse.

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Jazz Concert Review: Monterey Jazz Festival On Tour — at the Berklee Performance Center by Steve Provizer

When it comes to jazz, you can be pretty confident that when you put excellent players together -- whether they know each other or not -- something very good will happen. And it did. The pos…

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The Extraordinary Bodies of Aerial Circus by Francesca Peschier

"So how do we talk about the flying body, this body in space?": Francesca Peschier interviews two female circus artists about objectification, challenging beauty norms, and soaring through t…

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How do you train to be a theatre director? by Susan Elkin

While there are myriad ways to become a theatre director, as any professional will tell you, if you are looking for specific

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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La Scala To Return €3 Million Of Saudi Money by Artsjournal1

“The Teatro alla Scala in Milan on Monday decided to return more than three million euros in funding to Saudi Arabia, amid growing criticism that Italy’s premier temple of music should n…

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Actor Richard Erdman, 93 by Artsjournal1

“The mirthful character actor who stood out on the big screen in The Men, Cry Danger and Stalag 17 and then on the sitcom Community … excelled at playing soldiers, sailors, wisecracking …

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UK’s National Portrait Gallery Turns Down £1 Million Of Sackler Money by Artsjournal1

“London’s National Portrait Gallery has decided against accepting a £1m grant from the Sackler Trust, following growing controversy over the damaging medical impact of OxyContin, a drug…

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British Opera Audiences Are Booing The Villains, Just Like At A Panto by Artsjournal1

“Audiences at the opera are increasingly booing the ‘baddies’, not for a perceived poor performance but because of their characters, in a change that has been attributed to the enthusi…

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BWW's On This Day - March 19, 2019

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 19 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Disney's Frozen Musical to Play London's West End, Australia, and Germany by Ryan McPhee

Disney Theatrical Productions announced the international plans in the week of the stage adaptation's first anniversary on Broadway.

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From Our Archive: 30 years ago in The Stage (March 23, 1989) by The Stage

This week came the announcement that the Boulevard Theatre will be reborn 25 years after it shut down in Soho on the

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‘Beetlejuice’ Broadway Ticket Lottery To Include Weekly Trivia Contest With Cast by Greg Evans

Lots of Broadway shows have digital lotteries for specially priced tickets – Oklahoma! just announced one for $40 seats – but Beetlejuice is combining its lottery with some attempted buz…

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Soho’s Boulevard Theatre to reopen after 25 years with ‘revolving’ auditorium by Matthew Hemley

Paul Raymond’s Boulevard Theatre in Soho is to be revived more than 25 years after it closed, with a state-of-the-art space that

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‘Kiss Me, Kate’ extends through June 30 by Caitlin Huston

“Kiss Me, Kate” will extend an additional four weeks, Roundabout Theatre Company announced Tuesday. The revival, directed by Scott Ellis and choreographed by Warren Carlyle, will now pla…

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Sean Foley appointed artistic director of Birmingham Repertory Theatre by Georgia Snow

Birmingham Repertory Theatre has appointed Sean Foley as its new artistic director. His appointment comes alongside new deputy artistic and executive directors

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Kiss Me, Kate Extends Broadway Engagement by Olivia Clement

The Roundabout revival, starring Kelli O'Hara and Will Chase, opened March 14.

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Jordan Peele’s ‘Us’ is a politically impeccable allegory — but it’s no ‘Get Out’

The director’s second feature follows two families met by spooky doppelgängers yet lacks the brilliance of its predecessor

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REVIEW: Richard III, Alexandra Palace Theatre ✭✭✭ by Tim Hochstrasser

By Tim Hochstrasser Tim Hochstrasser reviews Headlong's new production of William Shakespeare's Richard III now playing at the newly restored Alexandra Palace Theatre. This post REVIEW: Rich…

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Actor Cecilia Noble: ‘Preparation is everything because then you can fly’ by Hugh Montgomery

Following her acclaimed performance as Aunt Maggie in Nine Night, Cecilia Noble is taking on a very different challenge in Bruce Norris’

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MPS call for arts to be included in Ebacc by Matthew Hemley

MPs have called for arts subjects to be included in the English Baccalaureate, to ensure “all students benefit from a creative education”

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Wyatt Earp and The Show Business by Trav S.D.

Western lawman Wyatt Earp (1848-1929) is well known to movie buffs, having been portrayed in Hollywood movies and television shows by such stars as Henry Fonda, Randolph Scott, Richard Dix, …

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Standing @ Zero: King Kong's Ashley Andrews (Partly NSFW) by JK

So, why "Standing at Zero"? You know the numbers across the front of the stage? Zero is center, and we are putting one performer front and center. This month's honoree is one of many unsung …

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BWW Review: THE RUBENSTEIN KISS, Southwark Playhouse by Cindy Marcolina

In June 1953 after a brutal trial lasted over two years, Ethel and Julius Rosenberg were executed for allegedly providing the Soviet Union with nuclear weapon designs, espionage, and conspir…

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Goodbye Norma Jeane review – the man behind Marilyn Monroe steps forward by Kate Wyver

Above the Stag theatre, LondonChoreographer Jack Cole’s vitality is lost in Liam Burke’s play that tackles issues of ownership of women’s bodies All high kicks and hip swings, Jack Co…

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Isabella Nefar Will Lead JUDE at Hampstead Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Hampstead Theatre presents the world premiere of Howard Brenton's latest play Jude, directed by Edward Hall which will be the last production that Edward will direct during his tenure as Art…

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“It’s impossible to hear the tale and not begin speculating”: Lexie Ward on the creation of thriller We Know Now Snowmen Exist by Featured Content

Infrasound frequency, unsolved mysteries, paranoia and raising the profile of Cumbrian theatre - director Lexie Ward tells us why she's so excited about bringing acclaimed all-female thrille…

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Oh What a Beautiful Day! OKLAHOMA! on Broadway Begins Previews Tonight! by BroadwayWorld

Oklahoma officially begins previews on Broadway tonight, March 19, at the Circle in the Square Theatre.

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Frozen musical to open on London's West End in 2020 by Clarisse Loughrey, Clarisse Loughrey

'Frozen' has been running on Broadway for a year and received three Tony award nominations

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First look: Emilia by Eleni Cashell

The untold story of Emilia Bassano is finally being shared with audiences at the Vaudeville Theatre. To get you ready to hear her story, here’s an exciting first look of Emilia productio…

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Lookback: the fifteen greatest American musicals by Terry Teachout

From 2009: I see a good many pre-1970 musicals as part of my duties as drama critic of The Wall Street Journal, and it occurred to me the other day to draw up a list of the best ones. Here,…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Admissions at the West End’s Trafalgar Studios by Emma Clarendon

Find out what the critics made of Daniel Aukin’s production of Admissions at the Trafalgar Studios.

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Almanac: George Saintsbury on majority rule by Terry Teachout

“Majorities are generally wrong, if only in their reasons for being right.” George Saintsbury, The Book of the Queen’s Dolls’ House

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The Rubenstein Kiss review at Southwark Playhouse, London – ‘an emotionally charged revival’ by Fergus Morgan

In the early 1950s, Julius and Ethel Rosenberg were arrested on suspicion of leaking American secrets to the Soviet Union, convicted and

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Disney’s Frozen musical confirms 2020 West End transfer by Robin Johnson

Hold on to your woolly hats, as the rumours have been confirmed! Disney's Frozen musical, soon to celebrate its first anniversary on Broadway, is coming to the West End.  The post Disney’…

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The Annenberg Center Live and NextMove Dance present Dance Heginbotham by Melissa Strong

A program of two very different pieces brought Dance Heginbotham’s mission of moving us through dance to Philly, with mixed results. Melissa Strong reviews.

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Off Broadway Review: John Guare’s ‘Nantucket Sleigh Ride’ by Gordon Cox

Anyone who doesn’t have a cottage on the Cape or the Islands, as they say in Massachusetts, might be puzzled by the title of John Guare’s new play.  “Nantucket Sleigh Ride” is no Re…

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Review: At 'Dreamers' premiere in Berkeley, neo-Romantic oratorio is the sound of hope by Mark Swed

As political pawns in a long-running congressional chess game, Dreamers, those children of immigrants with aspirations for a promising life in the United States, make dispassion very difficu…

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PHOTOS: Discover the wonderful world of Wise Children with these production images by Featured Content

Productions created by Emma Rice have a reputation for glorious theatricality. It's a reputation that, judging from these production images, Wise Children more than lives up to. Take a look,…

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Roy Roberts: Apoplectic for Your Enjoyment by Trav S.D.

Ubiquitous character actor Roy Roberts (Roy Barnes Jones, 1906-1975) acquitted himself memorably in almost every genre, on stage, screen and television. I associate him with comedies, as wel…

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Photo Flash: First Look at EMILIA at the Vaudeville Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Emilia, written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and directed by Nicole Charles comes to the Vaudeville Theatre from 8 March - 15 June 2019, following its run at Shakespeare's Globe in 2018.

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FROZEN is Headed For the West End! by BroadwayWorld

As Frozen celebrates its first year on Broadway, Disney Theatrical Productions today announces the opening of a new production of the musical in London's West End in Autumn 2020. With music …

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New Queers on the Road by Exeunt Staff

Brighton's Marlborough Theatre is taking queer live art on tour across the UK - and they've made a new documentary about the project. Watch it here. The post New Queers on the Road appeared …

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Wake Up With BWW 3/19: OKLAHOMA! on Broadway Begins Previews, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld, and happy Tuesday Kick off another work day by catching up on the latest Broadway news

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Can't Hold Them Back Anymore! FROZEN Will Head to London, Australia, and Germany! by BroadwayWorld

As Frozen celebrates its first smash year on Broadway on March 22nd, Disney Theatrical Productions has announced that the show will have three international productions, joining the previous…

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Yorke Dance Project’s Yolande Yorke-Edgell: ‘Go for work you believe in – it will show at auditions’ by John Byrne

Just after graduating from London Studio Centre, I auditioned for Extemporary Dance Theatre. Sean Walsh, then the director, was creating a new

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Stage and TV actor David Dean Bottrell: ‘I love becoming a new person every time I work’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre? As a teenager, I fell madly in love with a girl in our high school’s

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The Green Room: How do you decide whether or not to take a job? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​​​​​​​​​​ Ros

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‘Staged with enormous intelligence & emotional energy’: BETRAYAL – West End by Aleks Sierz

Tom Hiddleston is back! And in excellent form in Jamie Lloyd’s revelatory revival of the 1978 Pinter classic Betrayal.

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Chilina Kennedy returns to Toronto in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical by Raju Mudhar - Staff Reporter

Canadian actor looks forward to coming home in the role for a second time after four years on Broadway.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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‘I first played her in 1964 but I was far too young’: 92-year-old Eileen Page on her historic performance as Eleanor of Aquitaine by Featured Content

Eileen Page first played Eleanor of Aquitaine in 1964, but it wasn't until many years later, when she was 70, that she first laid claim to the one-woman play that has so firmly associated he…

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Patchel’s ‘Plinkout’ by Artsjournal1

Keith Patchel, a New York-based composer and producer, has created a free online/mobile application called Plinkout, which he is touting as “the easiest way to teach anyone,” especially …

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Thank Heaven for Museum Renovations! by Artsjournal1

I’ve been away for a few weeks, but I don’t want you to miss notice of an excellent exhibition at the Kimbell Art Museum: The Lure of Dresden: Bellotto at the Court of Saxony, which runs…

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Culture Closures: Trump’s FY2020 Budget Proposal Would Axe NEA, NEH, IMLS by Artsjournal1

Is it mere coincidence that First Lady Melania Trump tweeted a shoutout to the National Endowment for the Arts on the same day that her husband released a FY2020 budget proposal that would e…

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My remarks at the 8th World Summit on Arts & Culture by Artsjournal1

The Theme of the 2019 Summit, which took place in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, was Mobile Minds: Culture, Knowledge and Change. And the panel on which I spoke was listed as a provocation called: …

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Doors Swing Open for Women and Minorities at Top Ranks of American Theater by Michael Paulson

Artistic directors, the faces of local theater and tastemakers in their communities, have long been white men who have held the posts for many years. That’s changing.

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Into the Woods writer James Lapine: ‘Creating a road-trip musical like Little Miss Sunshine was a fun challenge’ by Tom Wicker

Creating a musical is a little like sex, according to Tony award-winning writer and director James Lapine, possibly with his tongue in

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NEWS: Broadway musical Frozen will reopen the refurbed Theatre Royal Drury Lane in autumn 2020 by Press Releases

As musical Frozen celebrates its first year on Broadway, Disney Theatrical Productions has announced the opening of a new West End production in autumn 2020 at the newly refurbished Theatre …

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Disney’s Frozen to open in London’s West End in Autumn 2020 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Disney Theatrical Productions have announced that the stage adaptation of their hit animated film Frozen is to open in London's West End at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in Au…

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Disney's Frozen musical will reopen London's Theatre Royal Drury Lane in 2020 by Chris Wiegand

The stage show, directed by Michael Grandage, has been running on Broadway for a year An invasion of tiny Elsas – and a few Annas – will hit London in autumn 2020, as the stage musical …

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Janet Laurence: After Nature by Arts Review

The first major survey of one of Australia’s leading contemporary artists, Janet Laurence, the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) presents Janet Laurence: After Nature – featurin…

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The Balls-Out Theatricality of Sam Mendes by Variety

The Oscar winner on “The Ferryman” and how James Bond made him a writer.

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Disney’s Frozen confirms London run at Theatre Royal Drury Lane by Matthew Hemley

Disney musical Frozen has confirmed a London run, opening at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane in the autumn of 2020. Directed by

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The Theater at the Forefront of Poland’s Culture Wars by Alex Marshall

The Powszechny Theater in Warsaw faced protests and acid attacks when it staged a play about the Catholic Church. Will its staging of “Mein Kampf” cause more uproar?

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Grace Smart: Young designers don’t aspire to the National Theatre – they prefer warehouses by Grace Smart

While studying theatre design in 2011, I desperately learned everything I could to one day get my work on the National Theatre’s

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Nottingham Playhouse’s Adam Penford: Star names boost regional theatre, but that’s not the full story by Adam Penford

At the recent WhatsOnStage Awards, where Nottingham Playhouse was fortunate enough to pick up awards for The Madness of George III, Adrian

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‘Frozen’ to bring productions to Australia, London and Germany by Caitlin Huston

“Frozen” has announced three upcoming productions in Australia, London and Germany. The musical will stage sit-down runs at the Capitol Theatre in Sydney in July 2020, at London’s Thea…

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Sue Smith’s Hydra: how love, pain and sacrifice produced an Australian classic by Arts Review

Running through Hydra, the new play by Australian playwright Sue Smith, is the myth of Icarus, the boy who flew so high that his wings melted and he crashed to his death in the sea near the …

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0610: But... I'm A Cheerleader in Kinky Boots (Carrie Hope Fletcher and Demitri Lampra Interviews) by MusicalTalk

In this special episode of MusicalTalk - Nick talk to old presenter and composer Andy Abrams and Carrie Hope Fletcher about Andy's musical of BUT I'M A CHEERLEADER that was recently showcase…

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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In Between Two by Arts Review

Two trailblazing stars of the Australian music scene, Joelistics and James Mangohig, will present a vibrant, contemporary portrayal of the Asian Australian experience in their critically-acc…

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Sci-Fi Comedy “Magnus” Selected for Cannes’ Drama Festival 2019 by Blouin Artinfo

Nordisk Film & TV Fond announced that the VFX character-driven series “Magnus” has been selected for the official competition of the second Cannes drama festival which runs from Apri…

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YouTube Star Lilly Singh to Host NBC Late-Night Show by Blouin Artinfo

YouTube star and comedian Lilly Singh will take over Carson Daly’s late-night timeslot on NBC, the network announced, reports CBC.NBC said that a new show titled “A Little Late with Lill…

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The Magic Flute, Coliseum, London — Mozart made fresh before our eyes

Complicite’s revived production for English National Opera is a deft piece of theatre

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Alexandra Palace Theatre reopens with a shambling Richard III

Headlong production fails to light up £18.8m restored space

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Tuesday, March 19, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Immersive Oklahoma! Begins Broadway Run at Circle in the Square Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

On the heels of an acclaimed production at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse, the innovative new staging of Oklahoma! from director Daniel Fish starts performances at Broadway's Circle in the S…

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J. Harrison Ghee Sashays Back into Kinky Boots on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Veteran Kinky Boots star J. Harrison Ghee returns to the Tony-winning hit musical on March 19. Ghee replaces Callum Francis, who played his final performance at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre on …

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On the Couch with Sophie Salvesani by Arts Review

Who is Sophie Salvesani? I am a 24 year old coloratura soprano from Brisbane, Queensland. After graduating from high school I made the decision to study a Bachelor of Education (Primary) and…

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WHALE OF A TALE by Joe Dziemianowicz

John Guare’s befuddling new memory play chases a lot of themes without really catching any of them.

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Reimagined Oklahoma! Revival Begins Broadway Performances March 19 by Logan Culwell-Block

Starring Rebecca Naomi Jones and Damon Daunno, the production comes to Broadway following a sold-out engagement at Brooklyn's St. Ann's Warehouse.

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