Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Ghosts Haunt 'The Inheritance,' From E.M. Forster, To The Generation Lost To AIDS by Jeff Lunden

The next big thing on Broadway might live up to the hype. The Inheritance takes E.M. Forster's Howards End into modern day Manhattan — the seven-hour play has been compared to Angels In Am…

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DruidShakespeare: Richard III ****, Macbeth **, Cyrano ** by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward November 17, 2019: A trio of the most iconic and sought-after male title roles in world theater are currently being tackled Off-Broadway in a variety of productions ra…

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Theater Review: “The Last Days of Judas Iscariot” — Pray for the Devil by Erik Nikander

A script with this many characters buzzing about demands a strong cast -- fortunately, Hub Theatre’s terrific ensemble is more than up to the task. The post Theater Review: “The Last Day…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

GoFundMe Isn’t Just For Health Care Or Funerals In The U.S., But Also For Ballet Costumes by Artsjournal2

That’s right, the Colorado Ballet has turned to crowdfunding to get new Nutcracker costumes; the old ones were created for the San Francisco Ballet in 1986, and Colorado Ballet bought them…

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The 1920s Secret Society Of Women Writers At Oxford by Artsjournal2

Spearheaded, and named, by Dorothy L. Sayers, the name of Mutual Admiration Society “both captures the spirit of the group and misrepresents it. They supported each other boldly and emphat…

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In The Wake Of Apparent Hostility Toward Black Guest Curator, The Guggenheim Hires Its First Full-Time Black Woman Curator by Artsjournal2

Art historian Chaédria LaBouvier, who was the first solo Black woman curator in the museum’s 80-year history, said that she was cut out of her own show, “Basquiat’s ‘Defacement’: …

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Photo Flash: Get A First Look At DEAR EVAN HANSEN On The West End

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the West End production of Dear Evan Hansen, now playing at the Noël Coward Theatre, currently booking to 2 May 2020.  

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Poetry Review: “If Men, Then” — Verse on Present Day Firing Lines by Ed Meek

Because Eliza Griswold's poems often take place in war zones, she’s always provocative -- even when she is tendentious. The post Poetry Review: “If Men, Then” — Verse on Present Day …

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Livestreaming Techno Trance Body Beats

By . National Dance Centre in Bucharest, Romania presents Techno Trance Body Beats livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at on Saturday 2…

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Laid-Off Marciano Foundation Target LAXart Board Member by Artsjournal2

A small art nonprofit, LAXart’s mission includes social consciousness. The protesting workers were laid off after they unionized and the Marciano Art Foundation abruptly closed. They asked…

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Hong Kong Music Festival Canceled Because Of Protests by Artsjournal2

The Clockenflap festival was supposed to run Nov. 22-24, but after yet another death in the protests (and no signs of that stopping), the organizers canceled one of the most high-profile mus…

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Egypt Officially Criminalizes Climbing The Pyramids by Artsjournal2

The new laws also criminalize all kinds of antiquities theft. “Earlier this year, an Egyptian man climbed to the top of the Great Pyramid of Giza, removing parts of a 19th-century wooden …

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

This artist brings Native folklore to life with artwork you can touch by Artsjournal1

“With wall-sized scrolls of coloring-book panels, [RYAN! Feddersen] shares her modern take on traditional Native American Coyote stories. (Coyote is addicted to technology; Coyote gets cau…

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An outsider artist’s unblinking look at racial terror by Artsjournal1

“Much of [Mary Frances] Whitfield’s work depicts these stories from the days of slavery] — of picking cotton, singing songs, and other images of life for black Americans in days past. …

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Continuing Embrace of Equity: Bonfils-Stanton’s Journey by Artsjournal1

Eddy Torres: “I am honored to have this opportunity to interview Gary Steuer, president and CEO of the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation. Gary is a respected colleague, a member of Grantmakers in…

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Arts in Society: A Case Study in Collaborative Cross-Sector Grantmaking by Artsjournal1

“As grantmakers, we often ask our applicants to amplify their impact through collaboration, but what happens when we turn this mandate on ourselves and join forces with other funders to ma…

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Open Society Foundations Launches Program To Advance Diverse Artistic Practices by Artsjournal1

“The Open Society Foundations announced recently the launch of its Culture and Art program, which ‘seeks to advance diverse artistic practices and strengthen locally-led cultural spaces …

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Bloomberg Philanthropies Launches Asphalt Art Initiative, Providing Cities How-To Guidance to Transform Streets and Public Spaces with Artwork by Artsjournal1

“Bloomberg Philanthropies today announced the launch of the Asphalt Art Initiative which will assist cities looking to use art and design to improve street safety, revitalize public spaces…

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The Theaster Gates project Black Monastic is all about preserving black art and culture in all forms by Artsjournal1

“‘Black Monastic [is] a performance program examining the history of black sound and how it is present in today’s contemporary music. ‘Black Monastic’ was created by celebrated loc…

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Sphinx Virtuosi “For Justice and Peace” Confronts Social Justice Issues by Artsjournal1

“On Friday, October 11th, 2019, the Sphinx Virtuosi string orchestra concluded their annual United States tour at Carnegie Hall with a program entitled ‘For Justice and Peace.’ Six hou…

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Dallas Opera’s Hart Institute attempts to correct gender inequality among conductors by Artsjournal1

“‘Historically speaking, it’s a man on the podium leading an orchestra,’ said Lisa Bury, Dallas Opera’s chief advancement and strategy officer. ‘There have been women, and very s…

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Boston Children’s Theatre Dumps Its Executive Director, Says It’s Time To Clean House by Artsjournal2

This comes after its longtime artistic director, Burgess Clark, resigned and was then accused of sexual misconduct by many former students. The theatre has canceled its holiday production an…

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Dora Maar, Long Known As Picasso’s Muse, Gets Her Own Billing Now by Artsjournal2

When Maar died at 89, Le Monde forgot to give her an obit until 10 days later, and The Independent said she’d be remembered forever as Picasso’s muse and his Weeping Woman. Now the photo…

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Baltimore Art Museum Will Only Buy Art By Women In 2020 by Artsjournal2

Baltimore Museum of Art Christopher Bedford: “This how you raise awareness and shift the identity of an institution. …You don’t just purchase one painting by a female artist of color a…

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The Effort It Takes To Appear Real And Effortless On The Stage by Artsjournal2

Mary-Louise Parker, of Fried Green Tomatoes, Weeds, and Angels in America fame, has returned to Broadway in a play that requires her to be onstage (and speaking) for the entire 90-minute spa…

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Music For The Birds by Artsjournal2

Or actually, from the birds. Composer Diane Moser: “My goal was to become a member of their band, so to speak. I listened deeply to their singing, and carefully infiltrated their ensemble.…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Lipstick Is Exactly What It Wants To Be: A Silly, Stupid Sex Farce by Bill Hirschman

Island City Stage, which focuses on gay-themed work, apparently thought it was time to revive the genus of the British sex comedy with the world premiere of Lipstick, whose primary twist is …

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This Week: The Return of “Me and Lee” by Trav S.D.

Good news for folks who may have missed our earlier performances of Jason Trachtenburg’s Me and Lee over the past year at Sidewalk, Dixon Place, the Brick, and Theater for the New City. W…

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“Tina: the Tina Turner Musical” at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre by Richard Seff

  If you happen to be passing the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on 46th Street any evening around 9:30 (some nights at 10:30), and you hear a roar emanate from the  theatre’s lobby, don’t be a…

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An expressive revival of a ground-breaking work: ‘For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf’ at The Public Theater by Deb Miller

First presented at The Public Theater in 1976, the Obie Award-winning For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf, by playwright/poet Ntozake Shange – a pioneeri…

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Elsa & Anna on Screen, Lansbury & Lavin on Stage Spark Our 5 Must-Do Events for the Week of November 18 to 24 by Kathy Henderson

It’s another great week for strong female characters, with Frozen 2 arriving on the big screen and stage greats Angela Lansbury and Linda Lavin lighting up benefit staged readings, plus To…

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Elaine Paige on Sunday Listeners Choose Fan-Favorite Tunes for This Week's Episode by

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday, and this week is another 'over to you' episode where lis…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Classical CD Reviews: Ernst von Dohnányi Orchestral Works, Handel & Haydn Society plays Haydn, and Eric Coates Orchestral Works by Jonathan Blumhofer

A noteworthy recording of Ernst von Dohnányi's Symphony no. 1; as usual, Harry Christophers and the Handel & Haydn Society Play Haydn with their customary elegance and character; a cele…

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Coming Attractions: November 17 through December 2 — What Will Light Your Fire by Bill Marx

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks. The post Coming Attractions: November 17 through December 2 — What Wil…

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Vir Das: 'I do not like goulash. Screw goulash' by Harriet Gibsone

The actor and standup on the things that make him laugh the most It would have to be when I saw Richard Pryor: Live on the Sunset Strip. I also love anything by Eddie Izzard. Continue readin…

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Taiten: Noh & Kyogen **** by Barry Gordin

“Beautiful Harmony at the Japan Society” By Samuel L. Leiter By the time this is posted, it will be too late to see the Japan Society’s interesting program, Taiten: Noh and Kyoge…

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BWW TV: Broadway Walks the Red Carpet on Opening Day of THE INHERITANCE- Watch Live!

Directed by multi Olivier and Tony Award-winner Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, Netflix's 'The Crown') and designed by Olivier and Tony Award winner Bob Crowley, The Inheritance will open toda…

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Prince Andrew’s attempt to clear name turns into PR disaster

BBC interview fails to answer questions over friendship with late paedophile Jeffrey Epstein

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Carol Brightman, The Chronicler Of The Dead, Has Died At 80 by Artsjournal2

Brightman first published an acclaimed biography of Mary McCarthy, and edited the letters between Hannah Arendt and McCarthy, before she started to become fascinated by the world of the Grat…

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In The UK, Money Means Co-Productions, And That Means Regional Theatres Will Lose Their Identities by Artsjournal2

Or at least that’s the warning right now. Bristol Old Vic’s artistic director Tom Morris: “It is harder to make shows that are specific to your audience, though it doesn’t mean it’…

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How To Follow Up A Number One Bestseller: Throw Away Your Internet by Artsjournal2

Erin Morgenstern’s second book debuted at number three on the bestseller list after she spent years working on her sophomore venture. How did she work, especially after the events of 2016?…

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The Secret Life Of The Audiobook Star by Artsjournal2

Sore throat? All the time. Bored with what you’re reading? No doubt. Even when it’s your own work. And let’s not talk about the difference between words authors know how to write and w…

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VIDEO: Get a Peek Behind the Curtain With the Touring Cast of THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL

The cast of The Spongebob Musical is giving fans a peek behind the curtain in an all new video.

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Elaine Stritch As Boss and Bitch in Rick Borutta’s Solo Show “Nobody’s Bitch” by New York Theater

Elaine Stritch kicked Rick Borutta in the stomach every day. That, anyway, is how he says it felt at the beginning. “Other than that, she was rather likable,” says Borutta, who worked as…

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Blues for Katie Crippen by Trav S.D.

The name Katie Crippen (Catherine Crippen, 1895-1929) would undoubtedly be better known if she weren’t taken at such a young age, for her career intersected with many legendary performers …

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Betty Bronson: From Peter Pan to Evel Knievel by Trav S.D.

Many famous actresses have been associated with the plum role of Peter Pan over the past century: Maude Adams, Mary Martin, Sandy Duncan, and most recently Allison Williams. The star of the …

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‘Sams’ adaptation is excellent’: WHAT’S IN A NAME – Touring ★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

What’s In A Name is a comedy-drama that’s packed full of great one-liners while maintaining a dark edge – the cast is uniformly excellent.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

George Takei Reveals That His Biggest Purchase Was Money Spent on ALLEGIANCE on Broadway

George Takei recently chatted with The Guardian about his career, personal life, and more. During the Q&A, he revealed that his biggest purchase was his money spent on the musical Allegi…

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December @ The Duplex by Sue Matsuki

What’s Up at the Duplex? Highlights of December Cabaret Hotspot! has not featured many of the new shows down at The Duplex in some time but new and exciting shows are happening down there …

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12/21, 27, 28 & 29 Maureen Taylor @DTM by Sue Matsuki

Maureen Taylor in Cosmic Connections – The Lyrics of Michael Colby Sat., December 21st @ 7:00pm Fri., Dec. 27th @ 7:00pm Sat., Dec. 28th @ 7:00pm Sun., Dec. 29th @ 2:00pm Don’t Tell Mam…

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Tuesdays Susie Mosher @ Birdland @ 9:30 by Sue Matsuki

Susie Mosher’s The Line Up Every Tuesday @ 9:30 Birdland This week’s Line Up Tuesday, September 3rd: THE LINEUP with Susie Mosher is a wild, anything-goes variety show featuring entertai…

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8 Beauty and the Beast Secrets From Broadway’s Original Belle by Ruthie Fierberg

As Susan Egan coaches a young Belle on the Disney+ series Encore!, she reveals rehearsal room secrets, onstage mishaps, and her advice for playing a convincing Belle.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Check Out New Photos of The Inheritance on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Matthew Lopez’s Olivier Award-winning drama opens at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre November 17.

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10 Reasons Why You Should Expose Your Child To Theatre by Theatrenerds

Post by TN student contributor Nomy Lavrukov As a teen who’s been exposed to the theatre world since day one , I can tell you for a fact that my experiences with the theater, both as an au…

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VIDEO: Get a Sneak Peek of Laura Osnes in Hallmark's A HOMECOMING FOR THE HOLIDAYS

Laura Osnes will star in the new Hallmark holiday film, A Homecoming For the Holidays, alongside Stephen Huszar.

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The week in theatre: Mary Poppins; Murder in the Cathedral; Much Ado About Nothing – review by Kate Kellaway

Prince Edward theatre; Southwark Cathedral; Wilton’s Music Hall, LondonRichard Eyre’s Mary Poppins revival soars, TS Eliot’s verse drama struggles under the weight of its gravitas, and…

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Rob Beckett review – class-based laughs from a cheeky chappie by Brian Logan

Fairfield Halls, LondonThe perky comic provides plenty of material and eye-rolling at how the other half live but some of the jokes flatline Some marry for love, some for money, and some –…

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UC Santa Barbara Explores “What Martha Did,” Enid Graham’s Family Mystery by Kenneth Jones

Playwright Enid Graham is enjoying a unique launch pad for her play, What Martha Did, in the University of California Santa Barbara program called, aptly, Launch Pad, which develops full pro…

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VIDEO: Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad Perform 'Let It Go' at a London Gay Nightclub in This Fun Must-Watch Video!

The stars of Frozen 2 hit up Heaven, a gay nightclub in London, during their Frozen 2 tour. Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and Josh Gad, took the stage and performed a ridiculously fun rendit…

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Disney Spent A Lot Of Money And A Quarter-Century Getting The Internet Wrong by Artsjournal2

Kara Swisher has been writing about companies and the internet for even longer than Disney has been trying to figure out how to deal with the contemporary world. Swisher: “Forget the dashi…

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The Neurological Connections Between Gorgeous Landscapes And Our Relentless Desire To Photograph Them by Artsjournal2

There’s a bit of a problem: At least one study has shown that we remember less about the places and things we photograph. Going outside can combat our phone addictions and calm our brains …

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Nan Goldin Leads A Die-In At London’s V&A Over The Sackler Courtyard’s Name by Artsjournal2

Goldin joined another group at the protest: “About 30 protesters arrived at the recently redesigned £2m entrance in Kensington, London, and placed bottles of pills and ‘Oxy dollar’ bi…

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We, who knew the true nature of the Theatre, understood that the boards of our stage could never become a platform for the spread of propaganda, for the simple reason that the very least uti…

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’Incredibly clever’: GAPING HOLE – Ovalhouse ★★★★★ by Amy Toledano

Gaping Hole is an original work in which two writers/performers discuss popular plot holes and political lies.

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Can You Feel the Water Rise? by Adi Eshman

By Adi Eshman. Adi Eshman discusses Exquisite Corpse Company’s immersive play Water, Water, Everywhere..., which took place on New York Harbor’s Governors Island.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Red Carpet on Opening Day of THE INHERITANCE- Live at 11:45am!

Directed by multi Olivier and Tony Award-winner Stephen Daldry (Billy Elliot, Netflix's 'The Crown') and designed by Olivier and Tony Award winner Bob Crowley, The Inheritance will open toda…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

The Trash Pirates Of Art (And Music Festivals) by Artsjournal2

There are festivals just about all of the time now, and that means there’s waste. “Garbage has long been the uncomfortable fallout of the festival world, and as these gatherings multip…

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George Takei Says He Spent Way Too Much Money On The Broadway Musical ‘Allegiance’ by Artsjournal2

But, he says, it was worth getting the info about the U.S’s WWII Japanese American camps into wider view. And he explains he’d invite all of his colleagues from Star Trek to dinner with …

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‘This play is epic’: TOUCHING THE VOID – West End ★★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Make no mistake, Touching The Void at the Duke of York’s Theatre is tantalising theatre & what David Greig has achieved in this adaptation is remarkable.

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Review: A Haunted Existence, Battersea Arts Centre by Blue Huseyin

Review: A Haunted Existence, Battersea Arts Centre4.0stars  “You may find these things morally wrong. I do not.” That is the ringing clarion call extending from the Somerset town of Tau…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Global hit show Spirit of the Dance is coming to Australia in 2020 by Peter J Snee

International dance sensation Spirit of the Dance has conquered the world and is coming to Australia in April/May 2020 with their new spine tingling 21st anniversary show. Winner of nine glo…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Longing for New and Mysterious Worlds at the Finnish National Opera and Ballet by Yulia Savikovskaya

Ballet Alice in Wonderland, and operas Carmen, Die Tote Stadt, and Das Rheingold. At the Finnish National Opera and Ballet (FNOB), situated in the heart of Helsinki on the beautiful Tööl…

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Dave Malloy’s PRELUDES to receive Australian Premiere by Gabi Bergman

Artistic Director of Sydney’s renowned Seymour Centre, Timothy Jones, today announced that Dave Malloy’s acclaimed musical PRELUDES will receive its Australian premiere at the Centre’s…

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

The World Premiere of “Eight Nights” at Antaeus Theatre Company by Christine Deitner

“We are moving in the right direction, we cannot go back – There won’t be more camps, more carnage.  We are too aware.  Now.  And we will fight.” – Erich Blum, Eight Nights Anta…

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My Mother Said I Never Should review – signs of the times by Clare Brennan

Crucible, SheffieldSilence is both golden and frustrating in Charlotte Keatley’s play about four generations of women featuring deaf actors Fingersmiths theatre company specialises in “w…

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The Sleeping Beauty; Rambert Event review – total ballerina focus and stale fruitcake by Bidisha

Royal Opera House; Sadler’s Wells, LondonA spectacular Princess Aurora graces a Royal Ballet favourite in dire need of an update, while Merce Cunningham isn’t best served by Rambert’s …

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Sunday, November 17, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Two-Part Epic The Inheritance Opens on the Great White Way by Andy Lefkowitz

On the heels of an Olivier-winning West End production and a premiere at London's Young Vic, the acclaimed two-part play The Inheritance by Matthew Lopez opens at Broadway's Barrymore Theat…

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Call Answered: Ken Jennings: "The Gospel of John" + "Sweeney Todd" by Adam Rothenberg

Ken Jennings has been performing on stage for over 30 years! He is best known for his roles in the Broadway premiere of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, Gra…

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Fires in the Mirror by Darryl Reilly

The Reverend Al Sharpton, Angela Davis, and Sonny Carson are among the two dozen celebrities, cross section of New Yorkers, and male and female integral figures of diverse ethnicities that a…

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Podcasts bring high production values and sharp writing to audio fiction

Hunter and Passenger List are among the gripping new downloadable dramas

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Kristin Chenoweth: For the Girls Ends Limited Broadway Run November 17 by Andrew Gans

The Tony and Emmy winner’s engagement at the Nederlander Theatre celebrated her new solo album.

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The Inheritance, Matthew Lopez’s Olivier Award–Winning Drama, Opens on Broadway November 17 by Playbill Staff

Original West End cast members Andrew Burnap, John Benjamin Hickey, Samuel H. Levine, and Kyle Soller reprise their performances in the two-part epic.

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