Friday, March 6, 2015 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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A Manifesto for Theaters and Interns, Part 1 by Sean Douglass

A list of do's and don'ts.

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The Extreme Lengths of a Spending Addiction by Wnyc

Author and performer Ben Rimalower’s addiction to spending has driven him to extreme lengths all his life. In the new show he wrote and directed, “Bad With Money,” he charts his somet…

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OPERA REVIEW: ‘Carmen’ by Donald Munro

I had performances and obligations for seven out of the last eight nights, and I was so swamped I allowed one review to slip through the cracks. But I still want to post it. I saw the openin…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Sheffield Theatres to Present Show Boat, Christmas 2015

Sheffield Theatres will present Show Boat for Christmas 2015, directed by DanielEvans. This version, not before seen in the UK, was first presented at theGoodspeed Opera House, Connecticut, …

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Metropolitan Opera Board to Have a New President by Michael Cooper

President of the board of the Metropolitan Opera announces resignation in leadership change.

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Kevin Bacon disguised himself as a non-famous person for a day and it almost broke him by Nick Vadala

If there is one celebrity you won’t find complaining about their fame, that celebrity is probably Kevin Bacon. But, then, spending an entire day disguised as a regular, everyday civilian w…

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Kristen Bell's daughter hasn't seen 'Frozen'

And it's not because she's sick of the songs.        

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Review: The Key to Escaping Grief by Michael Block

Moving on from loss takes time. People grieve in various ways. For young Thea, she grieves the loss of her father by finding comfort through another hero, Harry Houdini. In Margot Connolly…

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Elizabeth Marvel on Playing Frank's No. 1 Enemy on House of Cards, and Bringing Misery to Broadway by Dee Lockett

The following interview contains spoilers for House of Cards season three. Heather Dunbar stepped into the spotlight in a big way on House of Cards season three. From solicitor general, whos…

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Best Bets: Wyatt Cenac at the Firebird, Lisa Lampanelli at River City Casino

Our staff list the best events in the week ahead, including "Jerry Springer the Opera" and "Marshall the Miracle Dog" screenings.

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'Little Prince' transcends both age and time

COCA offers a stage version of Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's beloved story.

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FRIGID New York Interview - Matt Panesh of "300 to 1" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: 300 to 1Photo credit: Susie CavillAs Monkey Poet, Matt Panesh is a regular on the fringe circuit, writing and performing solo theatre plays (Welcome to Afghanistan, Mu…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Dipti Bramhandkar of "The Accident" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow:  The AccidentWebsite: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Accident-A-Play/602028526570518Photo credit: Nelson SalisDipti Bramhandkar started writing at age 9 in a …

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Musical of the Month: Rex by Doug Reside

Richard Rodgers, Nicol Williamson, Penny Fuller, and Sheldon Harnick work on Rex A guest post by Sherman Yellen. After “The Rothschilds” I left the theater and worked as a screenwrite…

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The Armour, The Langham Hotel by Marianka Swain

The Langham has marked its 150th anniversary in theatrical fashion by commissioning an original drama spanning several decades – and floors – from emerging company Defibrillator, whose T…

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STAGE TUBE: Anthony Rapp and Ryann Redmond Sing 'Without You' Mashup by Stage Tube

IFTHEN co-stars Anthony Rapp joined Ryann Redmond in CRY ME A RIVER at 54 Below last month. Click below to watch them sing a mashup of 'Learn to Live Without' and 'Without You'

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Video! Solve The Mystery of Love and Sex, Starring Tony Shalhoub & Diane Lane by Broadway.com

Watch video clips of The Mystery of Love and Sex, starring Tony Shalhoub and Diane Lane at Lincoln Center.

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GREY GARDENS Musical Team Remembers Albert Maysles by BroadwayWorld

Albert Maysles, who directed the film GREY GARDENS, passed away on March 5, 2015. He was 88. The authors, director and producer of the Broadway musical adaptation of GREY GARDENS issued a st…

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Lindsay Mendez and More to Reprise SHANKTUNES at 54 Below This Month by BroadwayWorld

'Shanktunes A Night of Original Songs by Lynne Shankel' will return to 54 Below on March 22, 2015 at 930 p.m.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Scott Alan's SONGS FROM MY LIVING ROOM with Katie Thompson! by BroadwayWorld TV

This fifth episode, directed by Robbie Rozelle, features GIANT's Katie Thompson singing 'Anything Worth Holding On To' from Alan's album 'What I Wanna Be When I Grow Up'.

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Photo Flash: New Shots from Broadway's THE AUDIENCE, Opening This Sunday! by BroadwayWorld

Academy Award winner Helen Mirren will return to Broadway this spring as Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's The Audience, directed by two-time Tony Award winner Stephen Daldry. Opening Night is …

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SIDE SHOW Recording Debuts at No. 1 on Billboard's Cast Albums Chart; 3/9 Concert Set for 54 Below by BroadwayWorld

The all-new original Broadway cast recording of Side Show debuted this week at 1 on Billboard's Cast Albums Chart.

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Norbert Leo Butz and Caissie Levy to Join Jason Robert Brown at SubCulture Next Week by BroadwayWorld

A new concert series curated by the renowned Tony Award-winning composer, lyricist, conductor, and director, Jason Robert Brown. Each unique performance will incorporate an eclectic mix of m…

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Cheap and Cheerful Friday Night On Broadway Here’s What’s at TKTS Tonight! by Playbill Staff

Friday nights are more fun on Broadway. There is an abundance of stellar theatre on offer tonight at TKTS. Head to one of New York City's booths to score some discounted theatre tickets.

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Grey Gardens Creative Team Remembers Albert Maysles 1926-2015 by Robert Viagas

Albert Maysles, the co-director of the documentary film "Grey Gardens," which was adapted as the award-winning 2006 Broadway musical of the same title, died March 5 at age …

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Huntington’s The Colored Museum Directed by Billy Porter Begins Tonight by Olivia Clement

Huntington Theatre's production of George C. Wolfe's The Colored Museum, directed by Tony Award winning actor Billy Porter, will begin performances tonight in Boston. The Kinky Boots…

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Actor Swaps Press-On Nails for Yellow Shoes, Doing Double-Duty On Broadway for Kander and Ebb by Adam Hetrick

Though many Broadway actors wait around for their next gig to come along, Matthew Deming found himself juggling two shows in recent weeks. While performing nightly as Mary Sunshine in the lo…

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‘Anti-Conjurer’ Dan Sperry happy to break all the rules of magic by Miriam Di Nunzio

By Selena Fragassi | For the Sun-Times While some are content to pull rabbits out ... The post ‘Anti-Conjurer’ Dan Sperry happy to break all the rules of magic appeared firs…

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Theater News: Arielle Jacobs and PJ Benjamin Join the Cast of Broadway's Wicked

The newest Nessarose and Wizard take the stage on March 10.

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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The playlist: reggae, dancehall and soca – Machel Montano, Face T, Protoje and more by Erin Macleod

Sweep away those post-carnival blues with tracks from a Montreal singjay talent, a soca monarch heavyweight and others in this festive playlist Continue reading...

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What's New, 54 Below? New York Hotspot Will Welcome Tony Winners, Wicked Stars & Someone Named Jeremy Jordan by Broadway.com

It may be perpetually wet and gross out, but we know a place where it's dry, warm and the drinks keep flowing. Oh, and there's always some serious talent on their stage. From swoon-w…

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Video! Matt Doyle Goes from Lowly Store Clerk to Superhero in Brooklynite by Broadway.com

Brooklynite's Matt Doyle on the fun of being in a family-friendly superhero musical.

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Bruce Willis Loves Spam Meatloaf, Jessie Mueller Wants to Borrow Five Bucks & More Lessons of the Week by Lindsay Champion

It’s Friday, and you know what that means—pause The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt for a sec, because it’s time for the Lessons of the Week! We’re recapping all of the wei…

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Through 'Hamilton,' the Founding Fathers might once again make history by Charles McNulty

The Founding Fathers famously had a way with words, but as reincarnated in Lin-Manuel Miranda's sensational musical "Hamilton," they can now bust a rhyme with the legendary MCs.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Renee Fleming & More Get into Character for LIVING ON LOVE; Go Inside the Cast Photo Shoot! by BroadwayWorld TV

BroadwayWorld.com is excited to bring you an exclusive behind the scenes look at the cast of Broadway's soon to be newest comedy, LIVING ON LOVE from the show's fun new photo shoot. The show…

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Photo Flash: Norm Lewis, Douglas Hodge, Meredith Monk and More in Concert with Young People's Chorus of NYC by BroadwayWorld

At 7 p.m. on Monday evening, March 2, with every seat in Jazz at Lincoln Center's Rose Theater occupied, almost 400 chorus members from 7 to 18 from the Young People's Chorus of New York Cit…

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Save on Preview Tickets to Lincoln Center's Revival of THE KING & I by Contests - Broadway

Save on Preview performances to Roundabout Theatre Company's Broadway revival of THE KING amp I. Get your tickets now.

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William Daniels to Present New '1776' Footage at Turner Classic Film Festival, 3/28 by Movies News Desk

Emmy Award winning actor, William Daniels will be on hand at the Turner Classic Film Festival, March 28, 2015 at the TCL Chinese Theater, 6925 Hollywood Boulevard, Hollywood, CA at 145pm, to…

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Josh Groban Teases New Album: 'I've Really Enjoyed Recording Musical Theatre Songs' by Pat Cerasaro

Josh Groban is preparing a musical theatre album

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Stephen Flaherty, Andrew Lippa, Stephen Schwartz and More Set for Essential Voices' 'BEYOND BROADWAY' Concert Next Month by BroadwayWorld

On April 8, 2015 at 730 pm, Essential Voices USA EVUSA will present BEYOND BROADWAY COMPOSERS GO CHORAL at the DiMenna Space for Classical Music, 450 West 37 Street between 9th amp 10th Aven…

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Kristin Chenoweth Shares Hilarious Backstage Video From ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Pat Cerasaro

Kristin Chenoweth works hard for a laugh backstage

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Photo Flash: New Poster Unveiled for THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY Tour by BroadwayWorld

THE BRIDGES OF MADISON COUNTY, the Broadway musical by Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning team Jason Robert Brown and Marsha Norman, will launch a National Tour this fall and just unveile…

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Jeremy Jordan and More Set for American Cancer Society's Marvin Hamlisch Benefit This May by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, May 4th, 2015, the American Cancer Society will present A Spring Tribute to Marvin Hamlisch featuring the music of 'Sweet Smell of Success' at the Hudson Theatre at the Millennium…

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Streetscapes: Edwin Lundie filled his houses with hand-designed touches

Overshadowed by others, architect/craftsman Edwin Lundie created scores of Minnesota houses notable for their artisanship.

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Day in the Life of Dance- Robert Swinston Brings Merce Cunningham Back to The Joyce by The Dance Enthusiast

“All I can say about it is that the choreography speaks,” Swinston says praising Cunningham’s brilliance. “...I am constantly in awe. And I believe the audience needs…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Shannon Holmes of "The Crook of Your Arm" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: The Crook of Your ArmWebsite: www.somotheatre.comPhoto credit: Yukiko OnleyShannon Holmes is a singer, actor, director, Doctoral Researcher, educator and artistic dire…

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ANTIGONE Barbican, WC2 by Libby Purves

ANCIENT GRIEF, A TERRIBLE BEAUTY There are some trademarks here: shaven heads, bare feet, bleak staging, immense and timeless dooms and subtle, insistent soundscape. Ivo van Hove, the Belgia…

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Two playwrights familiar to Chicago among Whiting Awards winners by Hedy Weiss

Playwrights Lucas Hnath and Anne Washburn, both familiar to Chicago audiences, are among the 10 writers honored with the Whiting Award. Each honoree receives $50,000. The post Two playwright…

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Review: When Zombie Dreams Come to Life by Michael Block

The fear of the unknown plays with the mind. Especially when the mind is asleep. In the comically dark The Can Opener: A Brief Horror Musical by M. Zachary Johnson, young Bobbi loves home li…

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Henry IV, Part 1 by Lucy Pollak

Antaeus, L.A.’s classical theater ensemble, opens its 2015 season with a fully partner-cast production of William Shakespeare’s Henry IV, Part I. Part comedy, part tragedy, part growin…

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'Once' again - this time, live on stage by Everett Evans

[...] like many recent popular movies, "Once" has found a second life on stage. The show makes its Houston premiere with the national touring company, opening Tuesday at Hobby Center. Writ…

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Epic drama of Croatia wins Houston-based Blackburn Prize by Everett Evans

Through the struggles and triumphs of one family, held together by several generations of formidable women, the play chronicles Croatia's tumultuous history - from the remnants of monarchy, …

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I and You by Lucy Pollak

There’s more than meets the eye in Lauren Gunderson’s story of wonder, hope and human connection. On the night before a class assignment is due, Caroline and Anthony plumb the mysteries …

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Emma Williams and Others To Showcase Songs by Ryan Scott Oliver in London by Mark Shenton

A London showcase for the work of U.S. composer/lyricist Ryan Scott Oliver is to be held at the St. James Theatre March 23, with cast that includes Emma Williams, Eva Noblezada, Daniel Boys …

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Corktown ‘57 by Lucy Pollak

An Irish-American family is ripped apart by divided loyalties in this powerful new drama. Emotions run high and battle lines are drawn when family and political allegiances collide in the P…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Spotlight on the Cast of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS- Meet Taeler Cyrus Video

BWW TV Exclusive: Spotlight on the Cast of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS- Meet Taeler Cyrus Video: BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you a new video series, which will help you get to know one of the…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Knock: A Journey to a Strange Country

Daniil Kharms' avant-garde writings come to the Players Theatre.

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Theater News: Peter Gallagher Will Miss Additional On the Twentieth Century Performances

The Kristin Chenoweth-led production has delayed opening due to Gallagher's absences.

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Odds & Ends: Newsies Still Aims to Deliver in London, Norbert Leo Butz Thinks Katie Holmes is 'Fierce' & More by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Newsies Still Aims to Deliver in London Newsies, which had been expected to bow in the West End in spring 2014, remains L…

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King and I Star Kelli O'Hara Talks Backstage Sex, Her Bunny Face and Freaky Party Tricks on Side by Side by Broadway.com

The King and I star Kelli O'Hara invites Susan Blackwell into her kitchen to make chili and play some fun party games, revealing a lot of secrets along the way.

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Review: The Nether, Duke of York’s Theatre by Rebecca Pinnington

Jennifer Haley’s The Nether explores an interesting and increasingly pertinent concept; the idea of catfishing, deception, and the diverse identities we adopt online. It explores the effec…

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Review: Antigone, Theatre Royal Stratford East by Rebekah Ellerby

Antigone is a given a violent urban aesthetic and redeployed from its Greek origins to consider contemporary gang culture. Having toured nationally last year, Antigone arrives at Theatre Ro…

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Review: Show 5: A Series of Increasingly Impossible Acts – Secret Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith by Rebecca Jones

Secret Theatre: ten actors, seven shows – and an entire network of theatremakers of all kinds clubbing together to make it happen. It is one engine ignited and driven by artistic director …

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Wicked’s Lindsay Mendez, Derek Klena and Katie Rose Clarke Will Reunite for Shanktunes Encore by Michael Gioia

Shanktunes, a night of original songs by Drama Desk-nominated arranger/orchestrator Lynne Shankel, will return to 54 Below March 22 at 9:30 PM.

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Why Can't Women Play Men's Roles as Frequently as Men Play Women's? by Wendy Caster

I stumbled across this casting call for Doctor Faustus on Playbill.com, and a fascinating document it is. It gives the salary for actors doing shows at CSC (not much), discusses ho…

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On the 20th Century by Elizabeth Wollman

Yup, I'm with Cameron on this one.The Roundabout's revival of On the 20th Century, currently in previews, is delightful in its embrace of a whole mess of contradictions. The cast is hav…

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'The Audience,' starring Helen Mirren, and other plays based on real people

"Presumptuous?," the voice on the phone bristles just a bit at the suggestion. Peter Morgan, the British writer whose London smash, "The Audience," opens tonight at the Schoenfeld Theatre wi…

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Veteran Stage Actor Evan Thompson Dies at 83 by BroadwayWorld

Evan Thompson, a New York City-based theatre actor whose long and eclectic career included work in cabaret, children's shows, summer stock, regional theatre, and on and off Broadway, died Fe…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Melissa Benoist as CBS' Supergirl! by BroadwayWorld

CBS and Warner Bros. have unveiled a FIRST LOOK at GLEE's Melissa Benoist in costume as the iconic character. Check it out below, via Deadline

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Arielle Jacobs & PJ Benjamin to Board Broadway's WICKED Next Week by BroadwayWorld

Beginning performances Tuesday, March 10, WICKED will welcome ARIELLE JACOBS in the role of Nessarose and PJ BENJAMIN, who will return to the Broadway blockbuster in the role of The Wizard.

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5 surprises from 'We Are Hmong Minnesota' at MN History Center

Forty years of Hmong life is captured in one of the largest exhibits of its kind at the Minnesota History Center.

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A Definitive Ranking of All 43 Glee Songs Finding Neverland's Matthew Morrison Performed

Armed with YouTube and GleeWiki, BroadwayBox ranks all 43 songs Finding Neverland Matthew Morrison performed during his tenure on Glee.

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THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME to Celebrate Pi Day Next Weekend by BroadwayWorld

The critically acclaimed new play THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT-TIME will celebrate Pi Day on Saturday, March 14 with a special lottery at the theater before both the 2pm mati…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Todd Brian Backus of "Let's Play Play" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: Let’s Play PlayWebsite: www.poweroutnyc.com/current-showPhoto credit: The cast of Let’s Play Play (Zachary Clarence, Brittany K Allen, and Emek…

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Eternal high school: ‘For the Record: Dear John Hughes’ revue falls flat by Hedy Weiss

In "For the Record: Dear John Hughes," the adolescent characters from his many hit 1980s films act out their angst and sing songs from the soundtracks of such films as "Pretty in Pink," "The…

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Alec Baldwin Tapped to Star as NYC Mayor in New HBO Series by Olivia Clement

Emmy winner and Tony nominee Alec Baldwin ("30 Rock," A Streetcar Named Desire) is set to be the star of a new untitled Universal Television and HBO series, as reported by Deadline…

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In 'Akasha.' Shantala Shivalingappa narrows the gap between India and us by Laura Molzahn

What can you say about the perfect, wholly committed embodiment of an incomprehensible form? A chasm divides Westerners' understanding and treatment of religion from the ancient, highly codi…

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Review: Whoopee

Musicals Tonight! presents a concert staging of a hit from 1928.

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Theater News: Norbert Leo Butz and Caissie Levy to Perform With Composer Jason Robert Brown

The concert event at SubCulture will reunite Brown and Butz for first time in a decade.

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Theater News: Albert Maysles, Filmmaker Who Introduced the World to Grey Gardens, Dies at 88

Maysles brought Big Edie and Little Edie into the public consciousness.

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Five weekend picks by Donald Munro

I’m going to chime in with five weekend picks — besides, of course, the last weekend of the Rogue Festival: KEYBOARD CONCERTSThe Fresno State Philip Lorenz Memorial Keyboard Con…

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Documenting the Life of Documentary Filmmaker Albert Maysles

Documentary filmmaker Albert Maysles, who has died at age 88, is best known for “Gimme Shelter” and “Grey Gardens.” Less is known about how Yiddishket influenced his …

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In Season: Bob Crewe’s Lost Musical Revealed On “The Complete Elektra Recordings” Coming NEXT WEEK From Second Disc Records and Real Gone Music by Joe Marchese

Bob Crewe, one of the hitmakers behind The Four Seasons, planned a disco musical for Broadway in 1976 entitled "Street Talk." Alas, it never came to fruition but a concept album was recorde…

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Yet another Broadway competitor . . . by Ken Davenport

Broadway used to own Times Square.  Back in the day, if you wanted live entertainment (other than a few seedy strip clubs or the crazy homeless guy on the corner of 47th that talked about h…

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Chicago Theater Review: ANTIGONICK (Sideshow Theatre Company at Victory Gardens) by Lawrence Bommer

SOPHOCLES, ANCIENT BENDER OF GENDERS This “free translation” of Sophocles’ timeless tragedy about a sister against the state is only 75 minutes long. Even so, Antigonick manages to a…

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Broadway review: Larry David's 'Fish in the Dark' by Marilyn Stasio, Marilyn Stasio

In the matter of "Fish In the Dark," the people have spoken. This outlandish comedy penned by Larry David, who also plays the lead role, opened with a stratospheric advance of $13.5 million …

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‘Grey Gardens,’ ‘Gimme Shelter’ filmmaker Albert Maysles dead at 88 by Associated Press

NEW YORK — Albert Maysles, an acclaimed documentary filmmaker who helped pioneer feature-length nonfiction movies that used lightweight, hand-held cameras to spontaneously record the lives…

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On Movies: For Branagh, a welcome departure

It's a question Kenneth Branagh has been asked a lot lately: Was he wary, when first approached about rebooting - re-glass slippering - the 1950 animated classic Cinderella? The Disney featu…

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Sutton Foster Gets Highlights, Twitter-Trained & Naked in New Younger Trailer by Ryan McPhee

Sutton Foster has highlights, a doctored resume, and a gasp-inducing vagina. No, really. It’s all in this new trailer for Younger, the new TV Land series starring the two-time Tony Awa…

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Peter Gallagher Still Absent from On the Twentieth Century on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Peter Gallagher remains out sick from On the Twentieth Century. The Tony nominee will now not make the March 6 performance or March 7 matinee as he continues to recover from a severe si…

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Photos! See Mad Men Star Elisabeth Moss Smooch Jason Biggs, Have a Baby & More in The Heidi Chronicles by Broadway.com

Click for photos of the Broadway revival of The Heidi Chronicles, starring Elisabeth Moss. The new production opens March 19 at the Music Box Theatre.

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Arielle Jacobs & PJ Benjamin Will Join Cast of Wicked on Broadway this Month by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway production of Wicked will welcome one new and one returning face beginning March 10. Arielle Jacobs will take on the role of Nessarose, replacing Catherine Charlebois, and PJ Be…

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CLASSIC OBSESSED!: Jessie Mueller (and Her Multiple Personalities) Sing “Beautiful”

As Jessie Mueller comes to the end of her run in Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, Playbill takes a look back at this classic episode of OBSESSED! Mueller has pl…

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Asolo Rep will present world premiere musical about Josephine Baker by Jay Handelman

R&B singer Deborah Cox will star as the iconic American performer who gained fame at the Folies Bergere... Read more » The post Asolo Rep will present world premiere musical about …

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Stage actors' wage fight pits Tim Robbins against Charlayne Woodard by Mike Boehm

A play in which Tim Robbins and Charlayne Woodard squared off as antagonists would likely draw a sizable audience.

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'Fish in the Dark,' with Larry David, gets mixed reviews on Broadway by David Ng

"Fish in the Dark," Larry David's first Broadway play, is one of the hottest tickets in New York, playing to sold-out houses since previews began in February and generating high-profile pub…

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Rialto Chatter Scoop: Broadway's Best Turn Out for Today's 17 AGAIN Musical Reading; Find Out Who's Who! by Rialto Chatter

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures is holding a private developmental reading of 17 Again, a new musical with a book by Marco Pennette, music and lyrics by Alan Zachary amp Michael Weiner, and di…

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DVR Alert - Broadway's GIGI, Vanessa Hudgens to Visit GMA, 3/11 by TV News Desk

ABC has announced that on WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, actress Vanessa Hudgens star of Broadway's GIGI, will appear on GOOD MORNING AMERICA.

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DVR Alert: HEIDI CHRONICLES' Elisabeth Moss to Visit 'Live,' 3/12 by TV News Desk

Mad Men star ELISABETH MOSS discusses the Broadway revival of The Heidi Chronicles, on the March 12th broadcast of LIVE WITH KELLY AND MICHAEL.

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ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY Update - Peter Gallagher Out Tonight Due to Illness, Expected to Return Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

Gallagher returned to the show earlier this week, but BroadwayWorld has just learned that he will be out again tonight, March 6, and the matinee tomorrow, March 7. Gallagher is expected to r…

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'Marigold' blossoms thanks to cast by Anders Wright

Busy yet thin sequel to British film gives plenty of screen time to all of its stars.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Spotlight on the Cast of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS- Meet Sarah Strimel by BroadwayWorld TV

Following an acclaimed tryout at Theatre du Chatelet in Paris, An American in Paris is currently in rehearsals for its upcoming Broadway run at the Palace Theatre Broadway at 47th Street. Pr…

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Limited Tickets Available for Next Week's BROADWAY BACKWARDS! by BroadwayWorld

An extremely limited number of tickets remain available for Monday's 10th anniversary edition of Broadway Backwards, the annual celebration where gays and lesbians experience their stories a…

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College theater scene: Diverse and dynamic by James Hebert

A look at the wide range of higher-ed stage happenings in San Diego County.

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Black Label brings new and old

Dance review: Choreographer Carl Flink drew from the repertory and premiered a work with the Bakken Trio.

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Don’t Miss: Lea Salonga at Town Hall by Matthew Wexler

Tony and Olivier Award-winning star and recording artist Lea Salonga continues to captivate audiences worldwide. Celebrated for her lead performances in the Broadway hits Miss Saigon and Le…

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The Return of Grey Gardens by Trav S.D.

I’m fairly obsessed with Grey Gardens, the Maysles Brothers 1976 documentary record of decline and insanity among the American aristocracy, shot at the collapsing mansion of Mrs. Edit…

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Opera Review: At BAM, a Semele Like No Other by Justin Davidson

Let’s stipulate that there is no rational reason for two sumo wrestlers the size of young hippos to collide center stage during a Handel opera. Let’s further acknowledge that Semele, an …

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On the Twentieth Century’s Peter Gallagher to Star in New Fox Comedy by Olivia Clement

Tony nominee Peter Gallagher, star of the current Broadway production of On The Twentieth Century, has been tapped to feature in a new single-camera comedy pilot from 2…

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FRIGID New York Interview - John Patrick Bray of "Erik" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: ErikPhoto credit: Kisha PeartJohn Patrick Bray (Ph.D., Theatre, LSU; MFA, Playwriting, Actors Studio Drama School at New School University) has written plays under gra…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Samantha DeSimone of "Erik" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: ErikPhoto credit: Kisha PeartSamantha DeSimone is a New Jersey native who graduated from Wagner College with a B.A in Theatre in 2012.  Samantha has been working …

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“FOR THE RECORD presents DEAR JOHN HUGHES” ANNOUNCES WINNING NAME OF SIGNATURE COCKTAIL by Michael J. Roberts

Broadway In Chicago is thrilled to announce the FOR THE RECORD: DEAR JOHN HUGHES Signature Cocktail winning name “Fat Hughesday,” submitted by contestant David Lello for Broadway In Chic…

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CHICAGO DATING EXPERT, MELINDA MCINTIRE, WILL HOST “LOVE IQ: ONLINE DATING 101” Q & A AT FIRST DATE AT THE ROYAL GEORGE CABARET ON THURSDAY, M by Michael J. Roberts

Being single and navigating the dating scene can be tricky, especially in a city where online dating is becoming the norm. Chicago dating expert Melinda McIntire will host a “Love IQ: Onli…

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2015 VAIL INTERNATIONAL DANCE FESTIVAL SEASON ANNOUNCED: JULY 27-AUGUST 10 by Michael J. Roberts

The Vail International Dance Festival announces its 2015 schedule to be held July 27 through August 10, marking its 27th season with world premieres, exceptional debuts, and captivating coll…

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Rogue Roundup for Friday, March 6 by Donald Munro

Welcome to the last installment of our Rogue Roundup series following the daily progress of Fresno’s 14th annual Rogue Festival. We kick things off with a very special treat — an…

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WEEK IN REVIEW, Feb. 28-March 6: Critics Don’t Flip for Fish’s Broadway Bow by Robert Simonson

Larry David is used to praise. The two sitcoms he created, “Seinfeld" and "Curb Your Enthusiasm,” are recognized by critics and fans as seminal works in the his…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Shockheaded Peter’ Gets a Steampunk-Rock Makeover at Company One by American Theatre Editors

The Army of Broken Toys revive, and reorchestrate, the creepy Tiger Lillies musical. It's still not for kids---and it's louder (you can sample some exclusive tracks, below).

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Matt Doyle, Lesli Margherita, Josh Young, Julia Murney and a Dozen More Will Sing to Benefit Self He by Michael Gioia

Broadway for Self Help Africa will bring Broadway stars to New York City's Cutting Room March 9 for a night of song and celebration benefiting Self Help Africa.

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Matt Doyle, Lesli Margherita, Josh Young, Julia Murney and More Will Sing to Benefit Self Help Afric by Michael Gioia

Broadway for Self Help Africa will bring Broadway stars to New York City's Cutting Room March 9 for a night of song and celebration benefiting Self Help Africa.

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Despite Hopes of a Return, Peter Gallagher Will Remain Absent from On the Twentieth Century by Adam Hetrick

While representatives for the Broadway revival of On the Twentieth Century were hopeful that leading man Peter Gallagher would be well enough to return to the revival the evening of March 6,…

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Darren Criss’ “Teenage Dream” Comes True as Star of Today’s 17 Again Musical Reading by Adam Hetrick

"Glee" star Darren Criss, who is set to join the Broadway cast of Hedwig and the Angry Inch this spring, is starring in a reading of a new musical based on the 2009 Zac Efron film …

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Mel A.Tomlinson Joins Dance Legend's Ruth Page Tribute at St Luke's Theater, 3/23 by Broadwayworld.com

Dance Theatre of Harlem, Alvin Ailey and New York City Ballet dance star Mel A.Tomlinson joins Dancers Over 40 tribute of Chicago Ballet superstar Ruth Page in the tribute, "A World Apart" a…

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Second City Toronto expands to make room for more students by Laura Armstrong - Staff Reporter

Blue Jays Way location expanding by 8,000 square feet to accommodate growing number of improve and sketch comedy classes.

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Chilina Kennedy on Why Her Beautiful Debut Is Like Mountain Climbing (with Only One Bathroom Break) by Lindsay Champion

Stepping into a headlining role in a hit musical is tough—just ask Canadian actress and Broadway alum Chilina Kennedy, who is succeeding Tony winner Jessie Mueller in Beautiful: The Ca…

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Fuse Film Review: “Wild Tales” From Argentina — Fascinating Visions of the Id Gone Wild by Tim Jackson

Director and writer Damián Szifrón fills his tales with lethal ironies and jarring twists of fate that build with relentless momentum to resolutions that somehow manage to be both horrid a…

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Easter Bonnet Competition Sets April Dates at the Minskoff Theatre by Andrew Gans

The 29th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition, produced by and benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, will be held April 20 at 4:30 PM and April 21 at 2 PM at the Minskoff Theatre, home t…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs & Bryce Pinkham in THE HEIDI CHRONICLES on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

The first Broadway revival of the Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award-winning Wendy Wassersteinplay The Heidi Chronicles is now in previews, with an official opening on Thursday, March 19, 2015, a…

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BC/EFA's Easter Bonnet Competition Returns! Annual Event to be Held Next Month at Broadway's Minskoff Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The 29th Annual Easter Bonnet Competition, produced by and benefiting Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS, will be held at 430 PM on Monday, April 20, 2015, and at 2 PM on Tuesday, April 21, 20…

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CINDERELLA's Cate Blanchett Welcomes Fourth Child! by TV News Desk

Oscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett recently welcomed her fourth child, a daughter, with husband Andrew Upton through adoption. No details on the child's name or age has been released.

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Photo Flash: Darren Criss, Adam Shankman Say 'Aloha' at Broadway's HONEYMOON IN VEGAS by TV News Desk

GLEE star Darren Criss, who will soon step into the very high heels of Broadway's HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, joined Adam Shankman at THE MARCH 5th performance of Honeymoon in Vegas. Check ou…

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Audra McDonald, Fred Wilson & More to Receive Nelson A. Rockefeller Award for Creativity by BroadwayWorld

A Tony Award and Grammy-winning singer and actress, a renowned classical dancer and educator, a ground-breaking conceptual artist, and an influential patron of the arts have been selected to…

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VIDEO: Check Out Sutton Foster in All-New Trailer for TV Land's YOUNGER by TV News Desk

TV Land has revealed a second official trailer for its new series YOUNGER, starring Broadway's Sutton Foster. The show premieres on Tuesday, March 31 at 109c. Get a first look below

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THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars- BEAUTIFUL's Paul Anthony Stewart by Bww Staff

In this week's edition, we caught up with Paul Anthony Stewart, who is starring as 'Don Kirshner' in Beautiful- currently playing at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

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Jeremy Jordan and More Will Sing Sweet Smell of Success in Marvin Hamlisch Tribute by Andrew Gans

A host of Broadway favorites, including Tony nominee Jeremy Jordan (Newsies), will perform tunes from the short-lived Marvin Hamlisch musical Sweet Smell of Success May 4 to benefit the …

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Parsonsfield goes beyond the forest by Richard Ouzounian

‘Heart of Robin Hood’ band Parsonsfield breaks out with March 8 show at the Drake.

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In 'Akasha,' Shantala Shivalingappa narrows the gap between India and us by Laura Molzahn

What can you say about the perfect, wholly committed embodiment of an incomprehensible form? A chasm divides Westerners' understanding and treatment of religion from the ancient, highly codi…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Antonia Lassar of "Post Traumatic Super Delightful" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: Post Traumatic Super DelightfulWebsite: PTSDtheplay.comPhoto credit: Angela DumlaoAntonia Lassar is first and foremost a Beyoncé enthusiast. She is also an actor, poe…

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FRIGID New York Interview - Keenan M. Scott II of "Thoughts of a COLORED MAN on a day when the sun set too early" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow:  Thoughts of a COLORED MAN on a day when the sun set too earlyWebsite: www.toacm.comPhoto credit: Headshot by Lauren E. BanksKeenan M. Scott II, a native of Queen…

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Review: Endgame

The Hypocrites enter the bleak, absurd world of Samuel Beckett.

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Theater News: Labyrinth Theater Company Announces Free Reading Series Lineup

Jessica Hecht and more will take part in the 2015 Barn Series.

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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PHOTO CALL: Just Released!  The First Pics of Elisabeth Moss, Jason Biggs and Bryce Pinkham in Broad by Matthew Blank

The first Broadway revival of Wendy Wasserstein's Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Heidi Chronicles, following the life of feminist art historian Heidi Holland, began p…

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Aloha, Darren Criss! The Hedwig and Glee Star Gets Lucky at Honeymoon in Vegas by Lindsay Champion

A romantic vacation requires three things: sunscreen, a bathing suit and Darren Criss. (In our minds, anyway. Isn't that what you'd pack in your suitcase?) Criss, who will headline H…

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Watch Jonathan Groff Talk Looking, Hamilton and, Uh, His Balls (He Also Sings!) by Ryan McPhee

Jonathan Groff stopped by The Today Show to chat with (former Broadway lyricist, and don’t you forget it) Kathy Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, and it was glorious. Gifford clearly wants to…

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Photo Flash: Darren Criss Gets Lei'd Backstage at Honeymoon in Vegas

The cast of the developmental musical 17 Again takes a Broadway field trip.

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Fuse Poetry Review: “It’s Like That If You’re Alive” — The Poetry of Tone Škrjanec by John Taylor

Looking deeply into things and, by no means least of all, into other human beings implies meditating on brevity, on ephemerality—and this is what Tone Škrjanec does in this book.

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Models of Activist Theatre Webinar by TCG News

(Listen to the archived recording of the Models of Activist Theatre Webinar, and read the context of the Webinar below. The following text was sent to the Webinar participants.) Models of Ac…

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A LOOK BACK: Jessie Mueller Brings Down the House in On a Clear Day You Can See Forever

In the 2011 revisal of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, Jessie Mueller made her Broadway debut as Melinda Wells, a 1940s jazz singer who just so happened to be the past life of psychiat…

Linked From Playbill at 01:26PM

Callie Kimball’s “Alligator Road,” a Comic Yarn About the Serious Business of Family, History and Race, Premieres in Maine by Kenneth Jones

Playwright Callie Kimball talks about her Florida-set comedy about a white business owner's approach to slavery reparations in "Alligator Road," premiering March 12 by Maine's Mad Horse Thea…

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Songs from “Mack & Mabel” featuring Molly Pope, et al. by Trav S.D.

Filed under: Broadway, LEGIT, EXPERIMENTAL & MUSICAL THEATRE, PLUGS Tagged: 54 Below, 54 Sings, Mack and Mabel

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VIDEO: Jonathan Groff Talks HAMILTON on 'Today': 'It's a Phenomenal Piece of Theater' by TV News Desk

Multitalented performer Jonathan Groff, known as Jesse St. James on 'Glee' and the voice of Kristoff in 'Frozen,' stopped by this morning's Kathie Lee and Hoda and calls his role of 'Patrick…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:19PM

THIS WEEK IN PICTURES: February 28 - March 6 by Anna Bencivengo

Catch up on the week's biggest stories from Broadway and beyond in BroadwayWorld's 'This Week in Pictures,' featuring coverage of press events, rehearsals, opening nights, and more. Highligh…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:19PM

NEW YORK SPRING SPECTACULAR to Launch 'Spectacular City Week' on Monday by BroadwayWorld

New York Spring Spectacular, the brand-new production at Radio City Music Hall, celebrates Spectacular City Week, which provides New Yorkers with the opportunity to explore iconic New York C…

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VIDEO: First Look - Broadway's Tony Shalhoub Stars on Final Season of NURSE JACKIE by TV News Desk

Below, get a behind the scenes look at season 7 of Showtime's NURSE JACKIE, starring Edie Falco which includes a first look at Broadway's Tony Shalhoub

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:19PM

BroadwayWorld to Live Stream 2015 Olivier Nominations on Monday! by BroadwayWorld

The nominations for the Olivier Awards 2015 with MasterCard will be announced by internationally acclaimed actors Lesley Manville and James McAvoy on Monday 9 March at Rosewood London, and B…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 01:19PM

Tickets for HAMILTON's Broadway Run on Sale This Weekend by BroadwayWorld

Tickets for the Broadway transfer of the new musical HAMILTON - now playing a sold-out run Off-Broadway at The Public Theater through May 3 - go on sale to the general public starting at 9 a…

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What Are The Mathematics of Jazz? by Npr/ted Staff

Percussionist Clayton Cameron dissects the mathematics of improvisational jazz, demonstrating how numerical patterns make him a better musician.

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Meet the Soloists of ‘West Side Story + Roméo et Juliette’ Part 3: Adalia Jimenez by Joel Markowitz

This Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 4 PM, Young Artists of America and Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras will present West Side Story + Roméo et Juliette at  The Music Center at Strathmore. In…

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New school is a total joke: Zanies offers comedy classes by Rick Kogan

Sitting in the darkness that is the inside of Zanies comedy club no matter the time of day or the glare of the sun on Wells Street outside, it is impossible not to be thrown back into the pa…

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Daniel Evans: Don’t waste your 20s waiting for a hit TV role by Daniel Evans

When I was invited to write this column, I made a vow: to never write in a way that criticised the younger

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Susan Elkin: Why schools are failing audiences by Susan Elkin

Janet Suzman and Patricia Hodge recently observed that audiences are less well educated than they used to be. Many theatregoers, they suggest,

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at noon (Broadway Time)
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London Theater Review: ‘Antigone’ Starring Juliette Binoche

“Antigone” becomes a plea for pluralism in Ivo Van Hove’s new staging. Teamed up with the French actress Juliette Binoche by London’s Barbican Center, the Belgian direct…

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Janie Dee and Anita Dobson to star in Theatre Royal Bath’s summer season by Matthew Hemley

Janie Dee is to star in the world premiere of the musical version of Mrs Henderson Presents as part of Theatre Royal

Linked From The Stage at 12:46PM

National Theatre Wales reveals its Welsh infused fifth season by Georgia Snow

National Theatre Wales has announced its fifth season, which includes Brecht’s Mother Courage and her Children and a new staging of Homer’s

Linked From The Stage at 12:46PM

Matthew Bourne to revive Sleeping Beauty by Georgia Snow

Matthew Bourne’s New Adventures will revive its staging of Sleeping Beauty for a UK tour later this year. The production will also

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Interviews: EXCLUSIVE INTERVIEW: Hobbit Star Richard Armitage on the Digital Theatre Release of The Crucible

Armitage played John Proctor in Arthur Miller's drama when it ran at London's Old Vic Theatre in 2014.

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Director Stephen Daldry Says That Tony-Winning Billy Elliot May Be Adapted for the Silver Screen by Imogen Lloyd Webber

This feels very meta. The Tony-winning Billy Elliot musical, which was based on the Oscar nominated 2000 film and a performance of which was recently broadcast to movie theaters, may be adap…

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Who Should Play Trina in the New Broadway Revival of Falsettos? by Lindsay Champion

The Broadway.com staff is obsessed with Culturalist, the fun site that lets you choose and rank your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topi…

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Sailors on Temporary Leave! On the Town Cancels Week of Performances on Broadway by Broadway.com

The Broadway revival of On the Town will cancel six performance this spring due to a scheduled event at the Lyric Theatre. Performances scheduled for May 7 through May 12 have been scratched…

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A bold, dramatic new season coming for Washington National Opera by Susan Galbraith

Walking into the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on Tuesday morning, I was greeted by the hell-bent-for leather sounds of the famous “Ride of the Valkyries” from Wagner’…

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On the Town Cast Will Take Shore Leave for Six Canceled Performances in May by Andrew Gans

Six performances of the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of On the Town have been canceled in May because Univision will utilize the Lyric Theater for its upfront presentations to poten…

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PHOTO EXCLUSIVE: Saycon Sengbloh Spans the Decades in Style With These Backstage Pics from New Music by Matthew Blank

Broadway favorite Saycon Sengbloh starred in Dallas Theater Center's world-premiere staging of Stagger Lee, a new musical by Will Power and Justin Ellington, inspired by a century…

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ATG in talks to take over Stage Entertainment by David Hutchison

Ambassador Theatre Group is in talks to take over European venue operator Stage Entertainment for a reported €500 million (£360 million). A

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Review: Lardo (Old Red Lion)

Mike Stone's impressive debut play gives audiences a ringside seat

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Catching Up With the Von Trapp Family Singers: Where Is “The Sound of Music” Cast Now? by Richard Patterson

Those seven children are no longer running around the streets of Salzburg wearing drapes! With fans of director Robert Wise's film version of The Sound of Music celebrating its 50th anni…

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Virtual-reality paedophilia is not victimless or harmless by Giles Fraser

A play currently in the West End raises disturbing questions about the moral implications of people acting out their depraved fantasies online Continue reading...

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How Kevin Spacey brought Hollywood to the West End by Steve Rose

Artistic director of the Old Vic will receive an Olivier award next month for reviving the theatre’s fortunes. But when he took over in 2004 he had no idea the gamble would pay off…Kevin…

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Pasta and Kafka at the Italian Embassy by Celia Wren

Pastamaking. Franz Kafka’s “The Trial.” Yes, there is a common denominator. Both have inspired the highly regarded Italian photographer Francesco Nonino, whose work is being showcased …

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Enter, stage (far) right: new play about Justice Scalia in production at Arena by Nelson Pressley

In the case of Scalia v. Gero, Antonin Scalia stared down Edward Gero as the actor visited the Supreme Court to observe the justice at work.“We locked eyes for about 15 seconds,” says Ge…

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Fuse Book Review: Ned Beauman’s Unconventional “Glow” by Arts Fuse Editor

Glow is a witty, accessible, but at times overly ambitious journey through the world of exotic drugs, the chemistry of romance, and the insidious effects of globalization.

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Beautiful Says “Farewell, Jessie Mueller”! Playbill Looks Back at Her Rise to the Top by Mark Ezovski

As Jessie Mueller ends her run in Broadway's Beautiful: The Carole King Musical, and sets her sights on Sara Bareilles' Waitress, Playbill takes a look back at the Tony winner's …

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Anne Washburn and Lucas Hnath Nab Prestigious Whiting Awards by American Theatre Editors

The literary awards, given to 10 writers each year, has gone to the playwrights of 'Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play' and 'The Christians.'

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Video: Hugh Jackman Has Fun With Jimmy Fallon Plus Kelly and Michael by Andrew Gans

It's been a busy week for Tony winner Hugh Jackman, who made TV appearances on "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon" and "Live with Kelly & Michael" to promote hi…

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Billy Elliot Musical Likely Dancing Its Way Back to Screen by Adam Hetrick

The Broadway musical adaptation of Billy Elliot is likely in the works to dance its way back to screen, according to Stephen Daldry, who helmed both the original film and stage musical.

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Neil LaBute's DIRTY WEEKEND Among TRIBECA Film Fest's Spotlight, Midnight Selections & Special Screenings by Movies News Desk

The Tribeca Film Festival TFF, presented by ATampT, today announced its feature film selections in the Spotlight, Midnight, and Special Screening sections as well as work in progress screen…

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Stephen Daldry 'Thinking About' Bringing BILLY ELLIOT Back to the Big Screen! by Movies News Desk

In the feature, the Tony winner reveals that he and writer Lee Hall are 'toying with the idea' of bringing BILLY ELLIOT back to the big screen.

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SHOW BIZ: Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 3/6/2015 by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld.com's SHOW BIZ Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 362015.

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Review Roundup: Judi Dench Stars in SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL by Movies News Desk

Judi Dench leads an all-star ensemble cast in the new British comedy THE SECOND BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL.

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BWW TV Exclusive: In the Kitchen at 54 Below- with Kelli Rabke! by BroadwayWorld TV

Look What Happened to Mabel Jerry Herman's beloved score explodes onto the stage of 54 Below in this one night only musical extravaganza on March 8 7PM amp 930PM. Tap Your Troubles Away when…

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Breaking News: Deborah Cox to Lead World Premiere of Josephine Baker Musical at Asolo Rep in 2016 by BroadwayWorld

On Friday, March 6, 2015, Asolo Repertory Theatre proudly announced that it will present the world premiere of JOSEPHINE, an original Broadway-bound musical, in April and May 2016. Previews …

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Once takes it from the top, again by Robert Cushman

Once returns to Canadian stages, but did it bear repeating?

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PR Workshop by Bt

Monday, April 13, 6 - 7:30 p.m.Chicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, 1st Fl GarlandIn this interactive workshop, David Rosenberg of David Rosenberg PR will share best practices and tips…

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Can I Pick Your Brain? Emerging Theatre Roundtables by Bt

Monday, March 30, 6 - 7:30PMChicago Cultural Center, 78 E. Washington, 1st Fl GarlandIn the collegial and supportive Chicago theatre community experienced administrators often receive reques…

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Photo Exclusive: Brandon Rubendall and Apollo Link

Last Friday, we sent photographer (and new friend of the show!) Autumn Kovach to capture Brandon Rubendall in rehearsals with his a capella group Apollo Link. Hang out with Brandon and his …

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Some Kind of Wonderful! Looking Back on Jessie Mueller's Tony-Winning Run in Beautiful

Mueller plays her final performance as Carole King tonight.

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Theater News: Wolf Hall Audiences Can Partake in an English Feast at Rock Center Café

The midtown restaurant sweetens the deal for Broadway's most dedicated.

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FRIGID New York Interview - Jeremy Cone of "The Field: A Musical Myth" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonShow: The Field: A Musical MythWebsite: facebook.com/thefieldprojectPhoto credit: Jane ClausenJeremy Cone mixes words, music, stories, and photography to create a …

Linked From Stage Buzz at 11:58AM

Can a Nice Guy Finish First (or At Least Third)? by Mark Blankenship

A comedy at the Mint Theater takes selflessness to the extreme — The first time he read Fashions For Men, Davis McCallum wasn’t quite sure what to make of it. “It’s u…

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Star of “The Following” and Tony-Nominated Broadway Talent to Feature in the Circle Concert Series by Olivia Clement

The Circle, a group of award-wining songwriters, will present their third concert of original songs in New York City. The evening will feature performances from Sam Underwood ("The …

Linked From Playbill at 11:42AM

Filichia Features: HAPPY BIRTHDAY, STEPHEN SCHWARTZ by Peter Filichia

The invitation for a party being held next Thursday by the Princess Cruises states “Please join us as we announce an industry-first entertainment partnership with the Oscar-winning compose…

Linked From Music Theatre International at 11:32AM

Of the people, for the people by Cori Thomas

(This post is part of the Audience (R)Evolution online salon curated by Caridad Svich for the TCG Audience (R)Evolution Convening in Kansas City, MO in 2015.) I had the privilege of atte…

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“On Stage Across America”: The Darrell Hammond Project Reveals Dark Details and Challenges of the Co

Comedian, impressionist and long-time "Saturday Night Live" cast member Darrell Hammond is profiled in March's "On Stage Across America." In his new personally re…

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Transport for London bans Bad Jews poster on Underground by David Hutchison

A poster for the play Bad Jews has been banned on the London Underground, even though similar adverts for the play’s previous

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STAGE PORTRAIT: Larry David in Broadway’s Fish in the Dark by Andrew Gans

Acclaimed illustrator Ken Fallin's drawings of the greatest stars and scenes of the theatrical world are a recurring part of Playbill.com.

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Sound Advice: "The Last Five Years" Soundtrack by Rob Lester

The original stage cast album and the recent recorded revival have somewhat different tones and the same can be send for the film version. Designed for ears attuned to film, there's a genera…

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HOWL, WILL YOU? by Dan O'Neil

Equal parts theater, music, and dog park, Comfort Dogs presents an environment suitable for howling at the moon.

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Theatre Shop Talk Abounds at “Crisis to Creation: A Town Hall on the Future of NYC Performing Arts” by Julia Katz

“Theatre is about bringing people together. It’s not easy, it’s not cheap, and it takes a lot of work.”

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Deborah Cox Will Star in World Premiere of New Musical Based on the Life of Josephine Baker by Andrew Gans

Asolo Repertory Theatre will present the world premiere of the new musical Josephine beginning April 27 prior to an official opening May 6.

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Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World - 3/6 by BroadwayWorld

With over 100 U.S. cities and 30 international regions featured on our site, we have so many exciting theatre happenings around our Broadway World Below, we've highlighted our top 10 stories…

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UPDATE: Actor Harrison Ford Undergoes Surgery Following Plane Crash by TV News Desk

Harrison Ford underwent surgery to repair a broken ankle and pelvis today, following a death-defying plane crash in California last night.

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Felicity Huffman, Rebecca Pidgeon to Lead THE ANARCHIST at Theatre Asylum by BroadwayWorld

Theatre Asylum will present David Mamet's The Anarchist, starring Felicity Huffman and Rebecca Pidgeon.

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Winner of the First-Ever International Jewish Playwright Contest Announced by Olivia Clement

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene has announced that Montreal resident Ben Gonshor is the winner of the first-ever International Jewish Playwriting Competition: The David and Clare…

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Juliette Binoche interview: 'We all have a secret...' by Chris Harvey

The French actress talks to Chris Harvey about tragedy, violence - and why men are jealous of women

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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If You Can Quote Clue, Villain: DeBlanks Is the Show For You

Find out why fans of the film Clue will love the interactive new off-Broadway event Villain: DeBlanks.

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Vincent Dance Theatre: 21 Years/21 Works review – superb performances by Judith Mackrell

Shoreditch Town Hall, LondonFrom a smoky dreamworld to a domestic goddess, this promenade showcase bears testimony to the company’s enduring quality Continue reading...

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How Arthur Miller struck a discord with the Women's Orchestra of Auschwitz by Tim Auld

Broadcast on TV in 1980 and based on Fania Fénelon’s memoir, Playing for Time is one of Arthur Miller’s most harrowing plays. But questions are still being raised about the his version …

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Competition: Win tickets to Happy Days at the Young Vic by The Stage

The smash hit has returned to the Young Vic for a limited run. Olivier Award-winning stage and screen actress Juliet Stevenson (Truly

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Must See! First Look at a Devious John Goodman, Tom Sturridge and Damian Lewis in American Buffalo P by Matthew Blank

John Goodman and Tom Sturridge will join the previously announced Damian Lewis in the new West End revival of David Mamet's 1975 play American Buffalo, which begins performances April 16…

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Kelli O’Hara, Ethan Hawke, Helen Mirren and Sam Rockwell Will Show Their Support for Stuttering Yout by Olivia Clement

The Stuttering Association for the Young (SAY) has announced an all-star lineup for its annual benefit gala. Kelli O'Hara, Ethan Hawke, Helen Mirren and Sam Rockwell are among the ce…

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TEN 10-SECOND BLOG PLAYS BY NICK HART. by Lily Mooney

  #1: A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY (Nick contorts his body to fit into a package that is then shipped to Philadelphia.) NICK: ... The post TEN 10-SECOND BLOG PLAYS BY NICK HART. appeared f…

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Luis Salgado Will Direct Spanish-Language Production of Speed-the-Plow in Puerto Rico by Andrew Gans

Luis Salgado, winner of the Best Director Award at the Thespis Festival for Song of Solomon, will direct a Spanish-language production of David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow, schedu…

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In the Heights Actor Will Bring Spanish-Language Speed-the-Plow to Puerto Rico by Andrew Gans

Luis Salgado, winner of the Best Director Award at the Thespis Festival for Song of Solomon, will direct a Spanish-language production of David Mamet's Speed-the-Plow, schedu…

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Amazing Theatre Cities That Aren’t New York by Onstagecritics

Chris Peterson / Editor in Chief Obviously for most theatre goers, the prime destination is Broadway. However, there are a number of strong theatre markets elsewhere. My job takes me all &#…

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Ellen DeGeneres to Present GLAAD's Vanguard Award to Kerry Washington by TV News Desk

Ellen DeGeneres will present GLAAD's Vanguard Award, which is presented to media professionals who have made a significant difference in promoting equality, to the actress.

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Mark Rylance-Led Farinelli and the King Will Transfer to London's West End by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Three-time Tony winner Mark Rylance is returning to the West End—next stop Broadway? Claire van Kampen’s new play Farinelli and the King, which is currently running at the Sam Wa…

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SUBMISSIONS ONLY's Kate Wetherhead to Teach Musical Theater Audition Workshop, 3/22 by BroadwayWorld

Co-creator and star of Submissions Only Kate Wetherhead Legally Blonde, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, Ordinary Days will be teaching a 4-session workshop Auditioning for Musica…

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Fuse Theater Review: “Grounded” — The Costs of a Long-Distance War by Terry Byrne

Celeste Oliva’s performance is so raw, we experience every doubt, every fear, and watch her confidence slowly evaporate under pressure.

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Welsh Government and arts council launch five-year plan to improve creative learning in schools by Georgia Snow

The Welsh Government and the Arts Council of Wales have launched a five-year plan that aims to improve creative learning in schools

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Review Roundup: Hugh Jackman Stars in Sci-Fi Thriller CHAPPIE by BroadwayWorld

New sci-fi thriller CHAPPIE hits theaters nationwide today. The film was written and directed by Neill Blomkamp and is based on Blomkamp's short film TETRA VAAL.

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Recent Wicked Star Flies Out of Violet; Leigh Ann Larkin Boards the Bus by Olivia Clement

Wisconsin's Capital City Theatre has announced that Broadway star Leigh Ann Larkin (A Little Night Music, Gypsy) will star in their production of the award-winning musical Violet. La…

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Director Stephen Daldry on dogs, 'Wicked' and 'Billy Elliot' by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- Director Stephen Daldry has two shows opening on Broadway this season and that means juggling two sets of casts - both human and doggie....

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Q&A: Ryan Jackson

This guy. He’s the sweetest. We love him.Name: Ryan JacksonWhere are you from? Long Island, NYBroadway credits: Wicked (national tour)How did you hear you’d booked your first Broadwa…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 3/6/15- Stephen Schwartz by Stage Tube

Happy Birthday, Stephen Schwartz In a career spanning over four decades, Schwartz has written such hit musicals as Godspell 1971, Pippin 1972 and Wicked 2003. He has also contributed lyrics …

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Friday, March 6, 2015 by Susan Grace

This Weekend’s Highlights: Friday, March 6 * The Producers U.K. tour, directed by Matthew White, featuring Jaon Manford (Leo Bloom), Cory English (Max Bialystock), Tiffany Graves (Ulla), …

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An American in Paris’ Leanne Cope On a Fateful Meeting with Leslie Caron, The Allure of French Women by Carey Purcell

Leanne Cope had never planned on being a leading lady of musical theatre. But now she finds herself making her American stage debut in the Broadway production of An American in Paris. Good f…

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Kate Tempest, a British Triple Threat, Crosses the Pond by Rachel Donadio

Ms. Tempest — whose poems, plays and recordings about struggling Londoners have been winning acclaim in her native Britain — is about to tour America.

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Review Roundup: ‘Fish in the Dark’ by Dcontray

Fish in the Dark, the hot-selling new Broadway comedy by Seinfeld co-creator and Curb Your Enthusiasm writer/creator Larry David, opened on March 5 at the Cort Theatre. The play has an impr…

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Mormon and “Girls” Star Andrew Rannells Discusses Broadway Plans and “Glee” Finale by Andrew Gans

Tony nominee Andrew Rannells, last on Broadway in the Tony-winning production of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, recently spoke with CBS News about his many projects on stage and screen.

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Swap shop: Blind Brook seeks jukebox by Peter D. Kramer

Director Chrissy Colangelo is looking for a juke box to borrow or rent for Blind Brook’s production of “West Side Story.” She would need it March 14-25. If you can help her…

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Despite Peter Gallagher’s absence, ‘Twentieth Century’ steams ahead by Michael Riedel

I haven’t seen it yet, but I hear the Roundabout’s revival of “On the Twentieth Century” is great fun — even when Peter Gallagher isn’t in it. Gallagher’s been battling...

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Bad Jews poster 'censored' on London Tube

London Underground has banned a poster for the play Bad Jews after it ruled it may cause "widespread or serious offence".

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Theatre Review: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company by Lynne Menefee

The Importance of Being Ernest was first performed on Valentine’s Day 120 years ago and has remained Oscar Wilde’s most beloved play. With the subtitle “A Trivial Comedy for Serious Pe…

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Kristen Bell Worries Her Daughters Won't Enjoy FROZEN by Movies News Desk

In a new interview with PEOPLE, Kristen Bell shares her concern that her two daughters, Lincoln, 23 months, and Delta, 11 weeks won't give a thumbs up to her mega hit film FROZEN

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Gwen Verdon & Chita Rivera Perform Nowadays Video by Broadway Reviewed

There are some pairings on broadway you wouldn’t think could work, then there are some that blow you away.  Think about Carol Burnett singing and competing with Julie Andrews, Nathan …

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VIDEO: Watch the Official Trailer for Broadway’s An American in Paris by Andrew Gans

The official trailer for the new Broadway musical An American in Paris, which arrives March 13 at the Palace Theatre, has been released.

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Watch the Official Trailer for Broadway’s An American in Paris by Andrew Gans

The official trailer for the new Broadway musical An American in Paris, which arrives March 13 at the Palace Theatre, has been released.

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Meet the Soloists of ‘West Side Story + Roméo et Juliette’ Part 2: Hailey Giddings by Joel Markowitz

This Sunday, March 8, 2015 at 4 PM, Young Artists of America and Maryland Classic Youth Orchestras will present West Side Story + Roméo et Juliette at The Music Center at Strathmore. In P…

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Meet the Cast of ‘Nunsense’ at Wolf Pack Theatre Company: Part 1: Joanna Matthews by Joel Markowitz

In Part 1 of a series of interviews with the cast of Nunsense at Wolf Pack Theatre Company, meet Joanna Matthews. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell us where local theatregoers may…

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Larry David's "Fish" Leaves an Aftertaste by Robert Kahn

The "Curb Your Enthusiasm" creator makes his Broadway acting and writing debut in a cumbersome comedy that feels like a sitcom episode stretched too thin.

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TfL accused of antisemitism following ban on Bad Jews poster by Ben Beaumont-Thomas

Joshua Harmon’s acclaimed play Bad Jews, a heated exploration of contemporary Jewish identity, has had its posters banned by Transport for London, to the outrage of its producersThe poster…

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LISTEN: Aretha Franklin Teases Duet with Ariana Grande: 'We Have a Hot Duo Going' by BroadwayWorld

The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin spoke to radio host and personality Hoda Kobt this week on her radio show.

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Meet the Cast of ‘Flyin’ West’ at Bowie Community Theatre: Part 3: Sandra Cox True by Joel Markowitz

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast and director of Flyin’ West at Bowie Community Theatre, meet Sandra Cox True. Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where th…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Dillie Keane: Put those cameras away, you’re in a theatre by Dillie Keane

A question. If you were sitting in the Swan Theatre, say, watching a classic play, would you get out your smart phone

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King Lear, Viaduct Theatre, Halifax, review: 'sends out little splinters of insight' by Dominic Cavendish

Jonathan Miller's eighth production of Shakespeare's great tragedy has an appealing clarity, says Dominic Cavendish

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Antigone, Barbican, theatre review: Juliette Binoche stars in a strangely unmoving Greek tragedy

On paper, this is a de luxe proposition. Sophocles' play is one of the greatest and most inextricably unresolvable of Greek tragedies.

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Top 3 Things That Can Go Wrong in a Movie Musical by Marcelo Henrique Almeida

Music is everywhere. On your radio, on your iPod, on screen or on stage. Music permeates our life. It’s universal. But does it matter if this music is presented in a concert, a screen…

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BEAUTIFUL's Jessie Mueller Wanted to Bring 'Everything I Had Up Until the Very End' by BroadwayWorld

After an 18-month run on Broadway, Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller will say goodbye to the biomusical BEAUTIFUL THE CAROLE KING STORY tonight.

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WAKE UP with BWW 3/6/2015 - 17 AGAIN, SWITZERLAND, THE AUDIENCE and More! by Jessica Showers

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it This weekend's big news Darren Criss is 17 AGAIN, Laura…

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Andrew Rannells on Returning to Broadway: 'Always Keeping My Eyes Out' by TV News Desk

In an all-new interview with CBS News, GIRLS star Andrew Rannells Book of Mormon spoke about his role in the hit HBO series, his upcoming projects and his future plans for another run on Bro…

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Ghosts after Ibsen – Haunted by Secrets and Lies by Sandi Durell

        Review by Beatrice Williams-Rude           “Ghosts after Ibsen” is Thomas Kilroy’s take on Ibsen’s “Ghosts.” He’s moved th…

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Photo Flash: Sneak Peek at the Cast of THE COLORED MUSEUM Directed by Billy Porter by BroadwayWorld

The Colored Museum presents 11 hilarious 'exhibits' of African-American culture - from the depths of the Celebrity Slaveship to the spinning heights of Harlem. Tony Award winner George C. Wo…

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Competition: win tickets to These Trees are Made of Blood at Southwark Playhouse by The Stage

And for our next act… The Magical Military Junta… Will make 30,000 people disappear before your very eyes. During the 70s and

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"GUYS & DOLLS" Big League Productions National Tour Review by Fresnobeehive

"Director Jeffrey B. Moss keeps the pace at breakneck speed" "The ensemble led by an inspired Todd Berkich as Nicely-Nicely Johnson delivers a boisterous, heartfelt, sing-to-the-rafters exp…

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Andrea cures a seven-year itch for the stage

Riseborough will take the part of Rosalind - one of Shakespeare's most romantic heroines - in As You Like It, which Polly Findlay will direct on the National Theatre’s Olivier stage in Nov…

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Reviving Austen in a black and white revelation

Isabella Laughland, who has carved out a strong career in the theatre since appearing in three of the Harry Potter films, will star as Jane Austen’s plucky heroine Elizabeth Bennet.

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All the standard Larry David neuroses, now on Broadway

NEW YORK — The Larry David who stars in “Fish in the Dark,” his middling new Broadway comedy about a cantankerous head-case urinal manufacturer, bears striking similarities to the Larr…

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Review: Larry David's 'Fish in the Dark' on Broadway by Ronni Reich

In his Broadway debut as actor and playwright with "Fish in the Dark," the creator of "Curb Your Enthusiasm" stays true to his persona

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Review: Larry David's Broadway play is a tedious dead fish by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- If you're wondering if you'll like Larry David's Broadway debut, "Fish in the Dark," you need to ask another question: Do you like "Curb Your Enthusiasm"?...

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Dynamic Duo by Hilton Als

For fifteen years, the actor Jim Fletcher has worked with the important theatre director and writer Richard Maxwell, whose shows require an uncommon degree of silence from the performers. In…

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David Gray named permanent Pennsylvania Ballet executive director

David Gray, who has been serving as interim executive director of the Pennsylvania Ballet since last summer, has had his interim status removed and will manage the company going forward, bal…

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Joining the cast of 'Chappie'? Hugh Jackman needed to mullet over

Neill Blomkamp’s robot actioner is a loud mess

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Theater Review: Fish in the Dark Is a New Domain for Larry David by Jesse Green

In the first episode of season five of Curb Your Enthusiasm, the character of Larry David, played by Larry David, is reduced to the cosmic indignity of buying tickets for High Holiday servic…

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Damian Lewis, Mark Rylance Star in 'Wolf Hall'

The veteran actors bring a new perspective to the Tudors in “Wolf Hall,” a six-part series on PBS based on Hilary Mantel’s Booker Prize–winning novels.

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Jason Robert Brown's SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD Comes to the St. James Theatre, July 22 by BroadwayWorld

Celebrating 20 years since its first performance Off-Broadway, an all-new London production of triple-Tony Award winner Jason Robert Brown's first musical, Songs for a New World is at the St…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: Matthew Bourne's Sleeping Beauty returns for UK tour

Bourne described the production today as 'one of New Adventures' finest achievements'

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Interviews: Laurence Cummings: 'It's the music that drives me'

The conductor of ENO's The Indian Queen prepares for the London Handel Festival

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This week’s new theatre by Mark Cook & Lyn Gardner

Mermaid | The Harvest | The Royale | Sue Townsend’s The Secret Diary Of Adrian Mole | Buyer & Cellar | After Electra Continue reading...

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This week’s new dance by Judith Mackrell

Vincent Dance Company | English National Ballet: Modern Masters Continue reading...

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This week’s new live comedy by James Kettle

Glasgow Comedy Festival | Dylan Moran | Aamer Rahman Continue reading...

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BBC4 to screen Juliette Binoche and Ivo van Hove's Antigone by Ben Beaumont-Thomas

The acclaimed Barbican production of Sophocles’ tragedy will be screened as part of an ancient Greece season on BBC4 Continue reading...

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Are local councils the unsung heroes of the arts? by Fin Kennedy

Councils are caught in an austerity trap. But the enlightened ones have a defiant, nay patriotic, faith in the value of the artsMy girlfriend and I are expecting our first child. We’re del…

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Mark Rylance in Farinelli and the King to transfer to West End by Georgia Snow

Farinelli and the King, starring Mark Rylance, will transfer to the West End following its run at Shakespeare’s Globe. Claire van Kampen’s

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John Tartaglia Leads BUYER & CELLAR, Opening Tonight at George Street Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

George Street Playhouse and Artistic Director David Saint welcome New Jersey native John Tartaglia, from the original Broadway cast of Avenue Q, as well as TV's Sesame Street and the Emmy Aw…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:46AM

STAGE TUBE: Sneak Peek of Billy Porter and More in THE COLORED MUSEUM at Huntington Theatre Co. by Stage Tube

The Colored Museum presents 11 hilarious 'exhibits' of African-American culture - from the depths of the Celebrity Slaveship to the spinning heights of Harlem. Tony Award winner George C. Wo…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:46AM

VIDEO: Hugh Jackman Rocks a Mullet, Plays Musical Beers on TONIGHT SHOW! by TV News Desk

On last night's TONIGHT SHOW, guest Hugh Jackman told Jimmy about his wife's hatred for his infamous Chappie mullet, and Jimmy show's solidarity by donning a mullet wig while discussing Jack…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:44AM

Edward Gero Stars in Arena Stage's THE ORIGINALIST, Beginning Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Four-time Helen Hayes Award winner and acclaimed D.C. actor Edward Gero stars as one of America's most brilliant and polarizing figures-Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia-in the world-prem…

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Emma Watson Welcomes BEAUTY & THE BEAST Co-Stars Stevens & Evans on Twitter! by Movies News Desk

Yesterday, Watson turned to Twitter to officially welcome her co-stars on the film and share her excitement over the casting news. Scroll down to check out her posts

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:35AM

Bourne’s Sleeping Beauty Reawakens for U.K Tour and London Christmas Season by Mark Shenton

Matthew Bourne's 2012 production of Sleeping Beauty for his company New Adventures will be revived this fall for a U.K and world tour, including a Christmas season at London's Sadler…

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Freddie Fox to star as Romeo in Sheffield Theatres’ new season by David Hutchison

Freddie Fox will star in a new production of Romeo and Juliet as part of Sheffield Theatres’ new season, which artistic director

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BWW's On This Day - March 6, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 6 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre: the nation’s debating chamber by Charlotte Higgins

Of all the artforms, theatre is the one most directly addressing our politics. From King Charles III and Posh to The Vote – to be staged on election night – this is a golden moment for p…

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Sheffield’s Crucible Plans Romeo and Juliet with Freddie Fox, and Show Boat by Mark Shenton

The summer and fall season at the U.K's Sheffield Crucible is to include a new production of Romeo and Juliet with rising star Freddie Fox as Romeo, plus two productions directed by arti…

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Theatre News: Casting announced for Mrs Henderson Presents musical

Terry Johnson's production opens at Theatre Royal Bath in August and will star Janie Dee and Emma Williams

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Theatre News: Paul Merton guest stars in 39 Steps for Comic Relief

The comedian and Hitchcock fan will play a mystery killer

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Theatre News: Digital Theatre releases The Crucible online

The production starring Richard Armitage will be available from 17 March

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Theatre News: She Stoops to Conquer and Talking Heads feature in Bath Summer season

Anita Dobson and Stephanie Cole will take to the stage at Theatre Royal Bath later this year

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Theatre News: Farinelli and the King starring Mark Rylance transfers to West End

The production will play a limited season at the Duke of York's Theatre

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 06:45AM

Theater review: Larry David in 'Fish in the Dark'

Larry David comes to Broadway, and should make his fans very happy.

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'Next Fall' playing at the 4th Wall Theatre

4th Wall Theatre continues its 18th season with Geoffrey Nauffts' "Next Fall." The play was originally produced Off-Broadway by Naked Angels in 2009 and moved to Broadway in Februa…

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Theater League of Clifton's streetwise fable brought to life

CLIFTON — It was an absolutely delicious evening at Mario's Restaurant on Feb. 27. Three courses of flavorful enjoyment in a well-executed presentation, impeccably seasoned to satisfy …

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Clifton's Blue State Productions announces auditions for 'Doubt'

Blue State Productions, in residence at St. Peter's Episcopal Church in Clifton, announces an open call for auditions for the play "Doubt." Auditions will be held Friday, March 6 f…

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Janie Dee To Star in U.K World Premiere of Mrs Henderson’s Presents by Mark Shenton

Janie Dee is to star in the previously announced world stage premiere of the musical Mrs Henderson Presents, based on the 2005 film of the same name that starred Judi Dench and the late Bob …

Linked From Playbill at 06:31AM

Tony-Winner Mark Rylance To Play a Castrato in His Next West End Project by Mark Shenton

Three-time Tony winner Mark Rylance is to return to the West End, transferring in his wife Claire van Kampen's new play Farinelli and the King that is currently running at the Sam Wa…

Linked From Playbill at 06:27AM

Could Vimeo be the new way forward? by Allison Hilbig

          State:  NSW …

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Film News: Acclaimed Old Vic Revival of The Crucible, Starring Richard Armitage, Released by Digital Theatre

Armitage plays John Proctor in Yaël Farber's sold-out production of Arthur Miller's classic drama.

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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THE ARMOUR Langham Hotel, W1 by Libby Purves

ONE HOTEL, 150 YEARS, THREE PLAYS Plays in hotel rooms are in vogue: there’s a voyeuristic intimacy and a pleasing sense of dislocation about them. And a grand hotel – the Langham wa…

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Larry David's Broadway debut Fish in the Dark: reviews roundup by Ben Beaumont-Thomas

The sardonic Seinfeld and Curb Your Enthusiasm star has made a mint in pre-orders for his old-fashioned comedy – but not everyone is convinced by his leap from the small screen Continue re…

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Review: Fiction (Battersea Arts Centre)

David Rosenberg and Glen Neath present their latest show in total darkness

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Review: Antigone (Barbican Theatre)

Ivo van Hove's production starring Juliette Binoche falls a little flat

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Theatre News: Andrea Riseborough stars in National's As You Like It

The Birdman actress has been absent from the London stage for seven years

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Theatre News: New Sheffield season includes Show Boat

Also announced today are revivals of Romeo and Juliet and Deborah Bruce's The Distance

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 05:39AM

Antigone, Barbican by Demetrios Matheou

Last year the London stage was treated to an electrifying Medea and an intelligent, refreshing Electra, at The National and the Old Vic respectively. Now it’s the turn of the Barbican to u…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: St James revives Jason Robert Brown's Songs for a New World

The production marks the show's 20th anniversary

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Are These Modern Reviews of ‘This Is Modern Art’? by Howard Sherman

If, like me, you’re connected to members of the Chicago theatre community on social media (I’m NYC based), you’ve certainly seen an outpouring of reaction to two major reviews of the n…

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Actor plays everybody in 'Buyer & Cellar'

And that includes Barbra Streisand

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Rick Dildine returns to Shakespeare Festival St. Louis

He left for New England last fall.

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Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World to Receive 20th Anniversary Production at London’s St. Ja by Mark Shenton

Jason Robert Brown's song cycle Songs for a New World, which originally premiered Off-Broadway in 1995 when its writer was just 25, is to receive a 20th anniversary revival productio…

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Howard Sherman’s US theatre news: March 6 by Howard Sherman

Larry David debuts on Broadway in Fish in the Dark As you see this, it will have only been hours since the

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Jason Robert Brown’s Songs for a New World to Receive 20th Anniversary Production at London’s St Jam by Mark Shenton

Jason Robert Brown's song cycle Songs for a New World, which originally premiered Off-Broadway in 1995 when its writer was just 25, is to receive a 20th anniversary revival productio…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Oxford Playhouse launches playwriting scheme by Georgia Snow

The Oxford Playhouse is launching a playwriting scheme designed to nurture writers from primary school to professional level. Called the Playhouse Playmaker

Linked From The Stage at 03:36AM

Ruby Wax: Sane New World review – mirth and mindfulness in standup’s seminar by Brian Logan

St James theatre, LondonIs it a showbiz tale or a workshop for the audience? It’s hard to tell but the comic’s interactive stage show does feel therapeuticI’ve seen a lot in comedy, bu…

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Elizabeth Newman appointed as artistic director of Bolton’s Octagon by Georgia Snow

Elizabeth Newman has been named as the new artistic director of the Octagon Theatre in Bolton. Newman, currently associate director at the

Linked From The Stage at 03:15AM

Reversing Trickle Down Community Engagement by Sarah Marczynski

One of my favorite nonprofit blogs, NonProfit with Balls by Vu Le, published a post on 1/20/2015 about the theory of trickle down community engagement.  The Chattanooga Symphony & Opera…

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Art Imitates Life by Peter Filichia

Nice to see that Peter Gallagher has returned to ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY after missing a peck of performances. I was getting a little worried there that he was going to take his leave. More…

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Mark Shenton: The Iceman cometh to Brooklyn by Mark Shenton

I’ve been a regular visitor to New York for some 32 years now – but I’ve never been to the Brooklyn Academy

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Friday, March 6, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: The Colored Museum, Directed by Tony Award Winner Billy Porter, Set to Begin Run

George Wolfe's dark comedy comes to life at Huntington Theatre Company.

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PHOTO FEATURE - Dirty Dancing Melbourne by James Terry

Dirty Dancing opened at the Princess Theatre to a full house. TheatrePeople took happy snaps at the pink carpet to celebrate the opening! …

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Adam Carolla on His Film 'Road Hard' & What He Would Ask Justin Bieber by Young Hollywood

Adam Carolla on His Film 'Road Hard' & What He Would Ask Justin BieberYH ventures into the private studio/mancave of comedian Adam Carolla to get a behind the scenes peek of his podcast and …

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FRIGID New York - "Cootie Catcher" - Circle, circle, dot, dot, now I've got my cootie shot by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne HarrisonWhile it is one of my favorite NYC festivals, the fates conspired to keep me away from much of this year's FRIGID New York Festival.  I did, however, carve out time to …

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Laura Linney and Seth Numrich Lead SWITZERLAND, Beginning Tonight at the Geffen Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

Laura Linney The Big C, The Savages and Seth Numrich AMC's TURN, Broadway War Horse will perform in the Geffen Playhouse production of Switzerland by Joanna Murray-Smith The Female of the Sp…

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Moises Kaufman Directs CARMEN: A NEW AFRO-CUBAN MUSICAL Workshop Today in NYC by BroadwayWorld

Tectonic Theater Project to present dancemusic excerpts of Carmen A new Afro-Cuban musical in development today, March 6, 2015 in NYC. Directed by Moises Kaufman, Music Adaptation by Arturo …

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Karen Ziemba, Brent Barrett & More Set for AMERICAN SHOWSTOPPERS at Schimmel Center Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Tonight, March 6, noted arranger Fred Barton will bring the music of Broadway and the American Songbook showmanship to the Schimmel Center at Pace University in American Showstoppers An Even…

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Darren Criss, Caissie Levy, Andy Mientus, Carly Hughes, Jackie Hoffman and More Set for Reading of New 17 AGAIN Musical Today by BroadwayWorld

Warner Bros. Theatre Ventures is holding a private developmental reading of 17 Again, a new musical with a book by Marco Pennette, music and lyrics by Alan Zachary amp Michael Weiner, and di…

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Skylar Astin, Erich Bergen, Sebastian Stan and More Set for Applause New York's 20th Anniversary Gala Tonight by BroadwayWorld

After two decades of bringing musical theater, acting and dance to the NYC landscape, Applause New York, the city's foremost children's performing arts program, will be celebrating its 20th …

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Interviews: Tony Danza and Rob McClure: Bros Before Shows

Starring in Honeymoon in Vegas has turned this unlikely pair into the best of buds.

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Theater News: Arena Stage Presents the World-Premiere Production of The Originalist

The new political drama starts performances tonight.

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James Conlon, Harry Connick Jr., PORGY AND BESS, 50 Premieres, Sheryl Crow, Emerson Quartet and More Set for Ravinia's 2015 Season by BroadwayWorld

Ravinia's 2015 season, jam-packed with more than 120 events from June 16 through Sept. 10, was announced today by Ravinia President and CEO Welz Kauffman. The season features 60 artist debut…

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FLASH FRIDAY: Human Again! BEAUTY & THE BEAST Blasts Back To The Big Screen With A Starry Cast by Pat Cerasaro

Today we are turning our attention to Disney's hotly anticipated new movie musical adaptation of BEAUTY amp THE BEAST.

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Laura Linney and Seth Numrich Travel to Switzerland, Beginning Tonight at the Geffen by Carey Purcell

Laura Linney and Seth Numrich star in Switzerland, a new play by Joanna Murray-Smith about famed crime novelist Patricia Highsmith, at California's Geffen Playhouse. Performances beg…

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Jessie Mueller Looks Back On Beautiful, Ahead to Waitress and Thanks Her Biggest Fan, Her Grandma by Michael Gioia

As Jessie Mueller prepares to take the stage one final time as music icon Carole King, she looks back at her career-defining last few years with Playbill.com.

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John Tartaglia Stars in Barbra Streisand-Themed Buyer & Cellar, Opening Tonight by Andrew Gans

Avenue Q Tony nominee John Tartaglia stars in the George Street Playhouse production of Jonathan Tolins' one-person show Buyer & Cellar, which officially opens March 6 follow…

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The Originalist, New Drama About Supreme Court Justice Scalia, Begins at Arena Stage Tonight by Carey Purcell

The world premiere of the political drama The Originalist, a new play by John Strand about Justice Antonin Scalia, begins performances at Arena Stage March 6.

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Exclusive: Listen to a Full Track from the New On the Town Cast Album! by Robert Viagas

The two-disc cast album of the new On the Town Broadway revival was released this week by PS Classics. Here is the complete track of "Ya Got Me!" from the classic score by Leon…

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DIVA TALK: Into the Woods’ Jennifer Mudge On Stephen Sondheim, Bernadette Peters and Creating Her Ow by Andrew Gans

News, views and reviews about the multi-talented women of the musical theatre and the concert/cabaret stage.

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Hyacinth Bucket Is “Keeping Up Appearances” in U.S. Stage Debut of Classic Sitcom, Starting Tonight by Andrew Gans

A stage adaptation of the BBC/PBS 1990s sitcom "Keeping Up Appearances," by series creator Roy Clarke, receives its U.S. premiere beginning March 6 at 7 PM in the Fifth Avenue Pres…

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