Friday, July 21, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Westport Country Playhouse to Stage Appropriate

Betsy Aidem, David Aaron Baker, and more will star in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins's Obie-winning play.

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Critic's Notebook: The Drag Queen Overshares, but the Guru Has Something to Hide by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Questions of identity are explored through song in three shows at the New York Musical Festival.

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Director, Educator, Activist Steven Kent (1943-2017) by American Theatre Editors

He worked with Chaikin and van ITallie and directed all over the world, but his heart was in inspiring a new generation in theatre and activism.

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Review: NYMF 2017: Miss Blanche Tells It All; The Cadaver Synod; The Body Politic

This is TheaterMania's second review roundup of the 2017 New York Musical Festival.

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Theater News: Rachel York, Tom Wopat Headline Reagle Music Theatre's 42nd Street

The production will be directed and choreographed by Eileen Grace.

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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The Broadway.com Show: Meet the Starry Cast of Prince of Broadway by Broadway.com

Hear from the starry cast of Prince of Broadway, the upcoming musical celebrating the career of director Harold Prince. 

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Gang Meets Lit: A Spoken Word Adaptation of Dante’s Inferno by Ed Rampell

By Ed Rampell Canto I: From Page to Stage The Actors’ Gang has teamed up with the Los Angeles-based nonprofit group Get Lit - Words Ignite to present Dante, a spoken word musical…

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What I Love: Andy Blankenbuehler, ‘Hamilton’ Choreographer, at Home in Harlem by Joanne Kaufman

When the choreographer finally got his dream house, it was during a nightmarish time in his life.

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BWW Interview: Debut of the Month - BANDSTAND's Joey Pero by Caryn Robbins

After several difficult months of rehab and recovery, talented star Joey Pero finally stepped on the stage of the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre on Friday, June 30th to make his Broadway debut. T…

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Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE with Rebecca Eichenberger by Broadway's Backbone

In this episode Broadway Debut Special Episode with Mary Claire King War Paint Elliot Mattox Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Kristen Smith Davis Anastasia. These three talented perform…

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Theater News: Full Casting Announced for Head of Passes

Alana Arenas, Kyle Beltran, and more join Phylicia Rashad at the Mark Taper Forum in Center Theatre Group's production of Tarell Alvin McCraney's play.

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Minnesota Jewish Theatre Company Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature five productions, including a world premiere.

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Video Flash: Betsy Wolfe Celebrates the Power of Baking in New Video

The Waitress star performs a number from the musical live on PIX11 Morning News.

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Review: ‘The Mark of Cain’ at Synetic Theater by John Stoltenberg

Fans of Synetic Theater’s music-and movement-based works derived from classic texts will find a surprise twist in the company’s latest offering. Typically, s Synetic extravaganza…

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The Broadway.com Show: Aladdin on the Big Screen, Nikki M. James Gets Bubbly, Prince of Broadway Stars, Summer Theater Road Trip by Broadway.com

We talk about the live-action Aladdin movie, Alec Baldwin in A Few Good Men and more. We also chat with stars from Curvy Widow, Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin and Prince of Broad…

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NYMF and Honest Accomplice Theatre Unite for July 23 Panel on Gender Identity and Sexuality by Ruthie Fierberg

Playwright and composer Ty Defoe, actor Aneesh Sheth, and more will take part in Expanding Representations of Gender Identity and Sexuality on Stage.

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GREAT COMET's Josh Groban to Headline Benefit for The Broad Stage This September by BroadwayWorld

The Eli and Edythe Broad Stage in Santa Monica presents the multiplatinum singer and songwriter Josh Groban, at The Broad Stage's intimate 500-seat venue. The concert will be headlining The …

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Terri White, Santino Fontana, Kristy Cates and More Featured on New MAD ABOUT THE BOY Cast Album, Out Today! by BroadwayWorld

ASCAP Award-winning writerdirector Chip Deffaa is releasing a second cast album of his show 'Mad About the Boy' today. The new album - which follows on the heels of the cast album of his rec…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Night Tide’ at the New York Musical Festival by Deb Miller

Ancient sea lore meets Sixties beach party in Night Tide, a new musical parody by Taylor Tash (book and lyrics) and Nathania Wibowo (music), based on Curtis Harrington’s 1961 B-movie thril…

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Shoshana Bean, Jesse Eisenberg, and More Take Part in First The 24-Hours Musical: Los Angeles by Marc J. Franklin

The event, held at the Theater at Ace Hotel July 18, raised money for the Dramatists Legal Defense Fund.

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Take a YouTube Spiral with the Artists Featured in Rattlestick’s New Songs Now Concert Series

Hear a bit from the artists performing in in Rattlestick’s New Songs Now concert series.

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Lighter moments are the hardest in devastating 'Lela & Co.' by Chris Jones

The little theater under the "L" is set up like a voyeuristic European cabaret: little tables, shaded lamps, intimate fabrics, dark corners into which an amorous couple might try to disappea…

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Bro Time, Love Letters & More! Anastasia’s Ramin Karimloo Takes Us Through A Day in the Life by Broadway.com

Stage hunk Ramin Karimloo has dazzled audiences with his golden vocals in The Phantom of the Opera, Les Miserables, Love Never Dies and now Anastasia. Ever wonder what it would be …

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VIDEO: The Playbillies Bring Bluegrass to BANDSTAND in 'First Steps First' Cover by BroadwayWorld

The Playbillies present 'First Steps First' from the Broadway musical 'Bandstand' by Richard Oberacker and Robert Taylor. This exciting new Bluegrass cover is to celebrate our very own Playb…

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Production news round-up: Fun Home to premiere in UK and Maureen Lipman will direct late husband’s play by Giverny Masso

Production news this week includes the UK premiere of Jeanine Tesori’s Fun Home as part of the Young Vic’s new season, and

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DECONSTRUCTING: Dear Evan Hansen

Join Playbill's Seth Rudetsky as he deconstructs one of Broadway's biggest hits, 'Waving Through a Window'.

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Ridin' That Train with...Chanel Karimkhani by Michael Block

Name: Chanel KarimkhaniHometown: Denver, COEducation: BFA University of the ArtsWho do you play in The Goree All-Girl String Band?: Ruby MaeDescribe your character in three words: Spunky, he…

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Theater News: WNET/Thirteen to Rebroadcast Chita Rivera Great Performances Special Tonight

Chita Rivera: A Lot of Livin' to Do features interviews, archival footage, and new filmed performances.

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GET SOCIAL: Happy 3rd birthday KINKY BOOTS!

The fabulous KINKY BOOTS celebrated a third year in the West End and welcomed new cast members. We thought it was time to catch up with some KINKY BOOTS cast tweets so we rounded up our top …

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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[Title of Show]’s Hunter Bell Earns Volunteer of the Year Award by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony-nominated writer was recognized for his contributions to causes such as the Broadway Back to School fundraiser.

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Seth Rudetsky Deconstructs Dear Evan Hansen’s “Waving Through a Window” by Ruthie Fierberg

Rudetsky’s deconstructing video series is back with a breakdown of Tony winner Ben Platt’s performance of a lifetime.

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Jane: Abortion and the Underground relives the bad old days of covert abortions

Back in 1992, just after she'd published her first book, Feminist Fatale, and became the de facto spokeswoman for Gen X feminists, Paula Kamen appeared on a panel about feminism past and pre…

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11 Women Creatives You Need to Know at NYMF This Year by Olivia Clement

Get to know some of the next generation of musical theatre makers.

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Bandstand Stars Laura Osnes & Corey Cott Give Us A Fresh Take on When Harry Met Sally

Our New York Film Series finishes with Bandstand stars Laura Osnes and Corey Cott in When Harry Met Sally.

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Review: Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF): ‘Welcome to Fear City’ by Robert Michael Oliver

Fear City is the South Bronx in July 1977. There is nothing particularly unique about that July in that year in that place. Fear, it seems, is a way of life in the South Bronx. Kara Lee Cort…

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Review: As You Like It plays pastoral Prince George’s parks by Alan Katz

Everyone has an idea of how Shakespeare “should” be performed: from the gorgeous flashiness of Shakespeare Theatre Company to the original practice imitations of American Shakespeare Cen…

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The Originalist returns to Arena Stage (review) by Jeffrey Walker

All rise! Not so much for an associate Supreme Court Justice, but for Edward Gero, the man currently embodying the late Antonin Scalia in the remounted and revised production of The Original…

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Broadway Global Names 2017 Producer of the Year by Andrew Gans

The award was first presented in 2012.

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MP attacks government over crisis leaving Wakefield drama school CAPA ‘on brink of closure’ by Giverny Masso

The dreams of aspiring performers in West Yorkshire will “turn to dust” unless a new home is found for a performing arts

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‘Arts are good for you’ – parliamentary inquiry by Tim Bano

Experiencing the arts can improve well-being, reduce the need for medication in dementia patients and lower the rate of GP consultations and

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Odds & Ends: Robert Fairchild & Scarlett Strallen to Appear in One-Night Oklahoma! & More by Broadway.com

Robert Fairchild & Scarlett Strallen to Lead One-Night Oklahoma! in London An American in Paris Tony nominee Robert Fairchild will appear onstage alongside fellow Broadway veteran Scarle…

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Top 10 Cast Recordings Perfect for a Summer Road Trip by Lindsey Sullivan

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic t…

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Shoreditch mural honours Grenfell Tower victims

Street artist Ben Eine and poet Ben Okri have collaborated on the work

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Guest Blog: Joshua Mumby Talks THE BLUES BROTHERS by Guest Blog: Joshua Mumby

Welcome to aday in the life of a rock star OK,so I'm going to start by admitting it's not a completely accurate statement, but on the whole, all the cool things are pretty much in there. All…

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Podcast: Mogul — mesmerising

This mini-series explores the story of hip-hop and the life of one of its greatest entrepreneurs

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Jewels, Lincoln Center Festival, New York — from lacklustre to sparkling

French, American and Russian companies joined to perform Balanchine’s ballet

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The Metropolitan Opera Will Offer Free Outdoor Screenings of 9 Titles This Summer by Ryan McPhee

The Met’s ninth annual Summer HD Festival will also feature Ingmar Bergman’s The Magic Flute.

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BWW TV: WAITRESS Stars Betsy Wolfe, Drew Gehling & More Serve It Up at Bryant Park! by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below as WAITRESS' Betsy Wolfe,Caitlin Houlahan, Charity Angel Dawson,Drew Gehling,Dayna Jarae Dantzler,Kayla Davion,Tyrone Davis Jr,Matt DeAngelis,Law Terrell Dunford,Molly Hagerperfo…

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Broadway Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 7/21/2017 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 7212017.

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BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - Andy Karl in GROUNDHOG DAY by Ken Fallin

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin, a life-long theater enthusiast, who has drawn many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Below, check out his latest …

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Exclusive: Feel Alright For The Rest Of Your Life with these FALSETTOS Gifs by Alan Henry

You've seen it in theaters, and now you can see it again Falsettos has all new dates and showtimes announced in theaters across North America To celebrate, BroadwayWorld brings you these exc…

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VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Investigates Donald Trump, Jr. Meeting with HAMILTON Parody by BroadwayWorld

Randy Rainbow investigates what really went on in that meeting between Donald Trump, Jr. and a Russian attorney in his new song parody 'The Room Where It Happened,' set to the famous HAMILTO…

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VIDEO: Omigod You Guys! Watch Highlights from Laura Bell Bundy-Helmed LEGALLY BLONDE in Lexington by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's original Elle Woods, Laura Bell Bundy, returned to her hometown of Lexington, Kentucky to co-direct The LEXington Theatre Company's production of Legally Blonde. The Tony nominate…

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Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare’s Globe, London — problematic

There are some smart ideas in this production, but they seldom stand up for themselves

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The Weinstein Company’s Wind River from Oscar nominee Taylor Sheridan by Sit-Admin

We are excited to share that we’ll be working with The Weinstein Company to promote their upcoming film, Wind River, […] The post The Weinstein Company’s Wind River from Oscar …

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A Look Back at Musicals That Illuminate the Jewish Experience

Amerike—The Golden Land is the latest musical about the Jewish American experience. Here are a look at 12 other important Jewish musicals.

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Theater News: All-Star Faculty Slated for Broadway Dreams' Summer Intensive in Charlotte

Dan Knechtges, Sara Jean Ford, and more will spend a week working with students in the next stop on the education nonprofit's #ComeTogether tour.

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Pipeline – Racism and Violence by Sandi Durell

      By Sandi Durell     Playwright Dominique Morisseau has written an intense and powerful play that is thought-provoking, but nothing new. Do private school kids …

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Talent agent Mark Butler banned after investigation into ‘inappropriate conduct’ by Michael Quinn

An agent operating in Northern Ireland has been banned from the business for 10 years, following investigations into complaints from a number

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Watch Spamilton in Bryant Park by New York Theater

The cast of the Hamilton spoof, Spamilton, performed at the Broadway in Bryant Park concert this week a medley including “Lin-Manuel As Hamilton,” “1776,” “What Did You Miss,…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Portraits of GRRRLs by Guest Author

The production of Portraits of Grrrls felt like I walked into a high school guidance counselor’s activity. This should not diminish the discussions, content, importance, and impact this …

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Who Gets Most Arts Money? Still Large, White Organizations by American Theatre Editors

A study from Helicon Collaborative shows that 58 percent of arts funding goes to 2 percent of big-budget arts organizations---and it's a trend that's worsened.

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Critic's Notebook: This Podcast Is a Love Story, for Your Ears Only by Alexis Soloski

The new podcast “36 Questions” sets a standard for the future of musical theater.

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Kevin Spacey to Play Gore Vidal in New Netflix Biopic by Olivia Clement

The Oscar winner will play the late, prolific American writer in a new film, now shooting in Italy.

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Phil Willmott: Is ‘cronyism’ always such a bad thing?  by Phil Willmott

The recent report Workforce Review of the UK Offstage Theatre and Performing Arts Sector made for fascinating reading and it raises many

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Review: Contemporary American Theater Festival (CATF): ‘Everything Is Wonderful’ by Robert Michael Oliver

The Amish with their horse and buggy, 19th century culture; their simple, old world uniforms and habits; their infamous Rumspringa where the teenage Amish is given the opportunity to choose …

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Portraits of Grrrls (Capital Fringe review) by Kelly Whealan George

Break out your pink pussy hats! Wonder if Gloria Steinam and Florynce Kennedy started this way? The production of Portraits of Grrrls felt like I walked into a high school guidance counselor…

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You’re Fired! — Theater Mitu’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ by Matthew Wexler

Theater Mitu’s staging of Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman explores a landscape of unrealized hopes and asks what happens when you are written out of the American Dream.

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — July 21 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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Film Review: “Dunkirk” — An Epic Celebration of the Communal Spirit by Tim Jackson

Dunkirk is a rousing testament to how common people, when called, can unite against adversity.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Laura Bell Bundy-Helmed LEGALLY BLONDE at The LEXington Theatre Company by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's original Elle Woods, Laura Bell Bundy, returned to her hometown of Lexington, Kentucky to co-direct The LEXington Theatre Company's production of Legally Blonde. Legally Blonde, t…

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Special Upgrade Offer On Tickets For KINKY BOOTS! by BroadwayWorld

Celebrate summer in the city with the new cast of London's hottest musical, KINKY BOOTS. The fabulous Simon Anthony Rhoden takes on the role of Lola and Emmerdale star Verity Rushworth joins…

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London’s Motown Will Welcome New Smokey Robinson and Marvin Gaye in September by Andrew Gans

The hit production has also released 500,000 new tickets for sale.

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Tony Winner Kevin Spacey to Portray Gore Vidal in New Netflix Biopic by TV News Desk

Tony Award host Kevin Spacey will take on the role of famed writer Gore Vidal in a new Netflix original biopic titled GORE, now in production in Italy.

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Photo Coverage: Brendon Urie Struts Underground to Unveil New KINKY BOOTS Subway Billboards! by Walter McBride

Things got a little bit kinky underground this week Grammy Award-nominated Panic At the Disco front manBrendon Urie-currently starring as'Charlie Price' inKinky Boots- strutted from the Al H…

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Rhys Ifans to Play Scrooge in All-New Christmas Carol at the Old Vic by Olivia Clement

Matthew Warchus will direct a new version of the holiday classic by Jack Thorne.

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Morgan James Brings Her Reckless Abandon Tour to Hollywood Bowl by Robert Viagas

The singer-actor is also heading off to Germany, France, the U.K., and European points east.

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Theatre News: Girl on girl: Six great shows by women about women

There's a spate of plays about issues that affect women, written by women out this season. Rejoice.

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Features: Summer Nights: 10 summer showtunes to add to your playlist

Every theatre enthusiast needs the right soundtrack for the season in the sun

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The Two Gentlemen of Verona review at University of Law Gardens, Guildford – ‘fresh and accessible’ by Dave Fargnoli

Concluding the Guildford Shakespeare Company’s 12th summer season of outdoor performances, The Two Gentlemen of Verona is an unfussy, unpretentious crowd pleaser.

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Daphni: Fabriclive 93 — ‘inventive approach to dance music’

Listening to the Canadian producer’s album is like moving through a labyrinthine nightclub

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Dizzee Rascal: Raskit — ‘misanthropic sentiments’

The rapping is fast and inventive — but a downcast mood pervades the grime pioneer’s sixth album

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Glanert: Requiem for Hieronymus Bosch — ‘ebullient showmanship’

A live recording that’s guaranteed to leave the soul shaken and stirred

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Monoswezi: A Je — ‘Nordic jazz meets southern African music’

For their third album, the band add Qawwali and west African ngoni to the mix

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Various composers: Carnevale 1729 — ‘arias from a single season’

The artist excels in her calm, warm-toned singing of the slower pieces

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Trevor Lawrence Jr: Relationships — ‘eclectic mix’

The long-time session drummer’s debut album delivers an eclectic mix of sounds

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Nicole Atkins: Goodnight Rhonda Lee — ‘high-quality display of songcraft’

Rather than retro-pastiche, the songs sound refreshing and unforced

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Cornelius: Mellow Waves — ‘older, calmer musician’

Demented guitar, robotic vocals and a hint of Prince from ‘the Japanese Beck’

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While I Was Waiting, Lincoln Center Festival, New York — superbly acted

Mohammad Al Attar’s play shows a family’s struggle to keep going amid the chaos in Syria

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Snapshot: ‘Royal Gifts’ at Buckingham Palace

An exhibition of lavish and odd official gifts presented to Queen Elizabeth II over the past 65 years

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Download: A Quiet Passion — ‘a miseryfest’

A perplexing biopic of American poet Emily Dickinson

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Download: Girls (Season Six) — ‘brutally accurate self-portrait’

The final chapter of Lena Dunham’s ode to kidulthood finds its heroines largely back where they started

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Daughters of Destiny, Netflix — ‘a dream of a greater India’

Documentary series focuses on Dalit girls who bear a double burden of gender and of class

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Fusion Theatre founder Katie Merrit by Scatter Of Opinion

Fusion Theatre have created a piece of theatre that brings Stories from Around the World together, from Brazil to Bali and on to further shores. Creepy crawlies, wicked witches, armies of mo…

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Join Faves founder Terri Paddock for From Page to Stage showcase

As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will help open the fifth annual From Page to Stage season of new musicals with an opening night panel debate …

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Interview: Director Melissa Moschitto on Her Dark Comedy ‘The Anthropologists Save The World!’ at Ice Factory 2017 by Hanna Oldsman

The Obie-winning Ice Factory festival presents seven new works from June 28 to August 12 at the New Ohio Theatre. We spoke with The Anthropologists’ Artistic Director Melissa Moschitto…

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Spend A Day in the Life of Sweeney Todd's Matt Doyle by Marc J. Franklin

Follow the stage and film star—from AM to PM—as he gives us an inside glimpse into what it's like to be an actor in New York City.

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Interview: Director Hanan Snir on the Message of Peace He Wants to Deliver in ‘To the End of the Land’ by Jose Solis

David Grossman’s novel To the End of the Land deals with the aftermath of parents having their children sent off to war. The book was a critical success in Israel and received a National B…

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Photo Coverage: Hal Prince Gets a Royal Welcome Back at PRINCE OF BROADWAY Rehearsals! by Walter McBride

Rehearsals are underway for the Broadway premiere of Prince of Broadway, a musical celebration that highlights the extraordinary six-decade career of director and producer Harold Prince. Pri…

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DVR Alert - Laura Benanti, Sutton Foster, Michael Moore to Visit LATE SHOW on CBS by TV News Desk

BWW has learned that on Monday, July 24th, Broadway alum Laura Benanti will stop by THE LATE SHOW WITH STEPHEN COLBERT on CBS. Will the Tony nominee make another appearance as First Lady Me…

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BWW Review: WHAT WE WISHED FOR, Sheffield Crucible Theatre by Pippa Stacey

A compelling fusion of traditional fairy tales with contemporary society, What We Wished For, by Sheffield People's Theatre, follows the journey of community members in modern-day Sheffield,…

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The Beautiful and the Dangerous in ‘The Moors’ by American Theatre Editors

Jen Silverman's dark comedy may be inspired by Victorian novels, but its skewering of gender and class is unapologetically modern.

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Disney’s Descendants 2 Premieres July 21 by Ruthie Fierberg

The Disney Channel Original Movie musical stars Hairspray Live!’s Dove Cameron.

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Crestfall review – sleepy rural Ireland seething with cruelty and murder by Michael Billington

Mick Lally theatre, Galway Mark O’Rowe’s three-hander turns the Irish idyll into a seething mass of lust, junkies, pimps and wimpy husbandsDramatists from JM Synge to Martin McDonagh hav…

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Much Ado About Nothing review – more sombreros than a Club 18-30 holiday by Lyn Gardner

Shakespeare’s Globe, LondonMatthew Dunster transposes Shakespeare’s battle of the sexes comedy to the Mexican revolution, in a production with a fiesta spirit and a feisty BeatriceThe Su…

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EMMYS 2017: How Liev Schreiber’s Stage Skills Helped Him Earn Three 2017 Emmy Nominations by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony-winning actor earned three nominations and competes against himself in one category.

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INTERVIEW: Edinburgh Spotlight On… Tumble Tuck by Daniel Perks

Next up in our Spotlight feature is Tumble Tuck, which plays Edinburgh Festival from 3 – 27 August 2017. I caught up with writer and actor Sarah Milton.

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Cast of THE HUNTING OF THE SNARK Visit Cutty Sark by BroadwayWorld

The Hunting of the Snark opens at Vaudeville Theatre on 28 July. The show is based on a poem by Lewis Carroll, one of Britain's most enduring and beloved children's writers, and follows a ga…

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Rhys Ifans to star in Old Vic’s A Christmas Carol by Georgia Snow

Rhys Ifans is to star in a reworked version of A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic. Ifans will lead the cast

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Sutton Foster and Laura Benanti Will Be Guests on Late Show with Stephen Colbert by Andrew Gans

Michael Moore, who will soon make his Broadway debut, will also appear on the late-night program.

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PUFFS at New World Stages by Sandi Durell

    By Eric J. Grimm       Much as the warm and textured world of JK Rowling’s Harry Potter series encourages rereading for millions of fans, PUFFS, a loving c…

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, July 21, 2017 by Susan Grace

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2015 Documentary Chita Rivera: A Lot of Livin’ to Do Rebroadcast July 21 by Andrew Gans

The 60-minute career retrospective of the two-time Tony winner was filmed in January 2015.

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Shooting Shakespeare: The Art of Taking Plays from the Stratford Stage to a Theatre Near You by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Lou Harry, Antoni Cimolino, Barry Avrich. Lou Harry interviews Antoni Cimolino and Barry Avrich of The Stratford Festival to discuss the process of recording productions of each of Shakes…

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Tanguera review at Sadler’s Wells, London – ‘tired and cheesy’ by Anna Winter

It’s been 15 years since Tanguera – the world’s first ‘tango musical’ – strutted its way onto the Buenos Aires stage, bound

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Win tickets to a Broadway show from Goldstar.com! by Serena

Broadway Wiz is celebrating our 3 year anniversary and all month long we have been giving away some awesome prizes, but we saved the best for last!

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The Time Machine by Sandi Durell

  by Matt Smith     “Where is your sense of adventure? Aren’t you curious what life will be like in several thousand years?” Such is the question posed at the top of the…

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See Billy Porter, the Cast of Waitress, and More Perform at Broadway in Bryant Park by Marc J. Franklin

The free lunchtime concert series continued July 20.

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Cady Huffman, Brooke Shields, and Susan Lucci Among Stars Planned for Celebrity Autobiography by Robert Viagas

They will read juicy passages from the memoirs of the rich and famous in the Hamptons August 25 and in Manhattan August 28.

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Michael Leeds Makes ‘Impressions’ With Pigs Do Fly by Bill Hirschman

Pigs Do Fly Productions -- which has done mostly short plays by, for and about people 0ver 50 -- has jumped even deeper into the play-ing field by presenting the world premiere of Michael L…

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Theatre News: Full casting announced for King Lear with Ian McKellen

Chichester Festival Theatre has announced who will join the production in September

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'Good Time' at Walter Reade Theater, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Film Society of Lincoln Center will soon be hosting the screening of the 2017 crime drama "Good Time" from July 26, 2017 at Walter Reade Theater. Directed by Ben Safdie and Josh Safdie,…

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Irene Delroy: A Star That Twinkled Briefly by Trav S.D.

A few notes about performer Irene Delroy (Josephine Sanders), born this day in 1900. She was originally from Bloomington, Indiana; the McLean County Museum of History has a comprehensive co…

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Phil Nichol: ‘There’s something strangely emotive about vomiting’ by Rachel Aroesti

The Edinburgh award-winning Canadian comic on the things that make him laugh the most, from suede clogs to Phil KayPhil Kay once turned a 700-strong crowd in the Queens Hall, Edinburgh into …

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'An extraordinary piece of work': Jane Horrocks on the return of Road, an anti-austerity battle cry by Catherine Love

Jim Cartwright’s brutal, beautiful play railed against the breakdown of society in Thatcher’s Britain. The original cast, and stars of the revival, explain why it speaks to us more power…

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Photo Flash: THE BLUES BROTHERS Returns to the West End at the Hippodrome by BroadwayWorld

The full cast for The Blues Brothers - Summer Special, includes the return of Joshua Mumby as Elwood Blues and David Kristopher-Brown as Jake Blues, alongside Helen Hart and Hannah Kee as th…

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'Lady Macbeth' at Cobble Hill Theater, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Cobble Hill Theatre will soon be playing the 2016 drama "Lady Macbeth" from July 21, 2017. The 2016 British drama film directed by William Oldroyd has been based on the novel Lady Macbe…

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New Sendak Book Found In Ridgefield To Be Published In 2018 by Susan Dunne

The late, legendary children's book author Maurice Sendak frequently worked on multiple projects at a time. This was the case in 1997, when he and Arthur Yorinks co-created a book called "Pr…

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Hey Mambo: Stars announced for Rosemary Clooney musical Tenderly

Hey mambo, mambo italiano, hey mambo... Katie Ray takes the title role in this September's UK premiere of TENDERLY - The Rosemary Clooney Musical, which tells the fascinating life story of t…

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Photo Flash: OLIVER TWIST Opens this Weekend at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre brings two ofCharles Dickens's most popular stories out in the open as part of the 2017 season, Dickens Uncovered celebrating the greatest storyteller of Londo…

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BWW's On This Day - July 21, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 21 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Lana Del Rey’s ‘Lust for Life’ Adds Sunshine Pop to Sexy Doom by Mark Beech

Lana Del Rey’s new album “Lust for Life” is a surprise. We have the sound of summer, songs drenched in sunshine and even a smiling Lana on the cover.It’s not quite the end of her pou…

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City’s summertime opera company rebranded as Pittsburgh Festival Opera. Pittsburgh Opera isn’t pleased. by Elizabeth Bloom / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Michele Fabrizi was leafing through a program book at a Pittsburgh Opera show in February when two advertisements caught her eye.

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THE WITCH’S MARK – The Space by Shanine Salmon

The Witch’s Mark, written and directed by Timothy N. Evers, draws inspiration from historical and contemporary accounts of the Scottish witch trials. Edinburgh in 1591, is in the middle of…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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What We Wished For review at the Crucible Theatre, Sheffield – ‘joyous and inspiring’ by John Murphy

The summer collaboration with Sheffield Peoples Theatre has become almost as much a staple of the Crucible Theatre’s year as its big

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Photos: The week in pictures: 15 - 21 July

New faces at An American in Paris, Kinky Boots and Wicked, while Jez Butterworth gets dressed up in this week's best pics

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Today on Broadway: Friday, July 21, 2017 by James Marino

Listen: “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: james@broadwayradio.com …

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DESSERT Southwark Playhouse SE1 by Libby Purves and Friends

FINE DINING AND FINANCIAL FURY   Piquant idea, to open Oliver Cotton’s play about financial inequality in BBC Salary Embarrassment Week.  While the inequity between multi-million…

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Former Doctor Who companion Freema Agyeman welcomes ’empowering’ female Time Lord by Giverny Masso

Doctor Who star Freema Agyeman has praised the casting of Jodie Whittaker as the series’ lead, arguing that diverse representation needs to

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Guest Blog: Charlotte Cunningham Talks MUSICAL PORTRAITS by Guest Blog: Charlotte Cunningham

I had to dig deep into the archives on our website to find out exactly when the route to Musical Portraits began. Turtle Key Arts have always enjoyed working in partnership with other arts o…

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VIDEO: Makers and Lovers of London Bubble Await its Return to the Parks with ON TALES FROM ARABIAN NIGHTS by BroadwayWorld

London Bubble, the iconic South-East London theatre company has announced today that it will stage its first summer show in seven years, with performances in Southwark Park 1-6 August, and G…

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsals for RABBITS at Park Theatre Starring Karen Ascoe, Alex Ferns, and David Schaal by BroadwayWorld

A new black comedy tale of marital strife and bunny murder comes to Park Theatre from Skins, The News Quiz amp Newsjack writer Joe Hampson, who makes his stage writing debut with Rabbits.

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Free course for D/deaf and disabled directors launched in West Midlands by Tim Bano

Birmingham Repertory Theatre and the Regional Theatre Young Director Scheme have launched a course for D/deaf and disabled directors. The Introduction to

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BWW Morning Brief July 21st, 2017 - SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM at The Hollywood Bowl! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news An all-star cast brings SONDHEIM ON SONDHEIM to The Hollywood Bowl this weekend

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Theatre tax relief brings savings to nearly 2,000 shows by Tim Bano

Almost 2,000 theatre productions in the UK have benefited from theatre tax relief since its introduction in 2014, saving a total of

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FIDDLER ON THE ROOF – Chichester by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

Omid Djalili is truly sensational as Tevye. His witty ‘If I were a Rich Man’ is worth the ticket price and five stars alone. Djalili’s meticulous gesticulation, facial expressions and …

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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BBC to launch female comedy bursary in memory of Caroline Aherne by Georgia Snow

The BBC is launching a bursary in memory of Caroline Aherne, for northern female comedians and comedy writers. The Caroline Aherne Bursary

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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our BroadwayWorld 7/21 - NEWSIES, MAMMA MIA, and More! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature…

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NEWS: Motown the Musical extends West End booking until January 2019 by Press Releases

Motown the Musical has just released 500,000 new tickets for sale, taking bookings for the hit West End production into 2019 when the show will celebrate its third year in London and Motown …

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Motown extends at Shaftesbury until 2019: Who's in the cast?

Stop! In the name of your love for musicals. MOTOWN has extended its booking at the West End's Shaftesbury Theatre until January 2019 and 500,000 tickets for new dates have now been released…

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Theatre News: Open auditions announced for Motown the Musical

The show has also extended booking until January 2019

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Review: Review: Much Ado About Nothing (Shakespeare's Globe)

There are some interesting gender politics at play, but nothing excuses the countless Mexican clichés in Matthew Dunster's production

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Theatre News: Rhys Ifans to star in new adaptation of A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic

Charles Dickens' timeless classic has been adapted by Harry Potter writer Jack Thorne

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NEWS: Rhys Ifans plays Scrooge in Jack Thorne’s new Christmas Carol adaptation by Press Releases

Matthew Warchus directs Charles Dickens' timeless classic A Christmas Carol in a new adaptation by Harry Potter and the Cursed Child's Jack Thorne, starring Rhys Ifans as Ebenezer Scrooge.

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Much Ado About Nothing, Shakespeare's Globe review - swaggering Shakespeare with a comic Spanish accent by Alexandra.coghlan

It's fiesta time in Matthew Dunster's colourful new showWhen I say that Matthew Dunster’s Much Ado is revolutionary I’m not talking about the many textual updatings and rewriti…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Illustrator Lydia Monks To Hold Exclusive Illustration Workshop At National Gallery to Celebrate WHAT THE LADYBIRD HEARD by BroadwayWorld

Lydia Monks, illustrator of bestselling picture book What the Ladybird Heard, will be holding an exclusive illustration workshop at London's National Gallery to celebrate the West End show, …

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MOTOWN THE MUSICAL Now Booking in the West End to January 2019 by BroadwayWorld

Motown the Musical has just released 500,000 new tickets for sale, taking bookings for the hit West End production into 2019 when the show will celebrate its third year in London and Motown …

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Ink and Mariinsky Ballet: this week’s best UK theatre and dance by Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

James Graham takes on the Sun and Rupert Murdoch, while the great Russian troupe bring Don Quixote and Swan Lake to the Royal Opera House1 The FerrymanNow extended into 2018, Jez Butterworth…

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Much Ado About Nothing review at Shakespeare’s Globe, London – ‘high-concept Mexican staging’ by Natasha Tripney

When not dicking around with Dickens at the Open Air Theatre, Matthew Dunster has repeatedly demonstrated that he is a director who understands

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Rhys Ifans to star in new version of A Christmas Carol at Old Vic by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo   Rhys Ifans is to star as Ebenezer Scrooge in a new production of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic Theatre in November 2017. The new adaptation is by J…

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Dear West End Producer: ‘Does getting jealous of other people’s success make me a terrible person?’ by @westendproducer

Does the fact that I get jealous of other people’s success make me a terrible person who deserves no happiness? Be honest.

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How corporate role play can fill the gaps between acting jobs by Syrus Lowe

For actors not lucky enough to find full-time theatre, film or TV work, role play offers an opportunity to use your drama

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Interview with younger members of The Girls Musical

They may have finished their West End run earlier this month but it's far from the end of the line for THE GIRLS. This August will see the fab cast embark on a 42-venue tour, sharing their w…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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The 10 best things to do this week: Afropunk, Coming Out and Yerma by The Guide

JME and Willow Smith play the black punk festival, Walker Art Gallery highlights queer stories and Billie Piper stars in Lorca’s tale of desireMerchant City festivalIf you like street art,…

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Review: The best of physical and object theatre at Avignon OFF by Ella Parry-Davies

Ella Parry-Davies discusses a selection of physical and object theatre shows at Avignon OFF. The post Review: The best of physical and object theatre at Avignon OFF appeared first on Exeunt …

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Follow the Yellow Brick Road to this year’s West End Bares by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo We'll all be following the Yellow Brick Road to the Novello Theatre on the 29th October for this year's West End Bares. The West End's hottest fundraiser have announced that …

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Avignon Festival: On Failure and Responsibility by Ella Parry-Davies

"Rater encore. Rater mieux". Ella Parry-Davies explores how performances at 2017's Avignon Festival make bold attempts to navigate contemporary politics. The post Avignon Festival: On Failur…

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Cardiff’s own Noel Sullivan joins Tiger Bay musical cast by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Cardiff's own Noel Sullivan has joined the cast of Tiger Bay the musical which is to be presented at the Wales Millennium Centre from 13 – 25 November 2017. Tiger Bay t…

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Caricaturist Ken Fallin Closes THEATER TALK's 2016-17 Season by BroadwayWorld

Artist and illustrator Ken Fallin - famous for witty pen-and-ink celebrity portraits - is the final guest of the 2016-17 season of THEATER TALK, the NY Emmy-winning interviewdiscussion serie…

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Thirteen's GREAT PERFORMANCES Re-Airs CHITA RIVERA: A LOT OF LIVIN' TO DO Tonight by TV News Desk

THIRTEEN's Great Performances will air a re-broadcast of Chita Rivera A LOT OF LIVIN' TO DO tonight, July 21st at 900 pmet. Check local listings. The 60-minute career retrospective features …

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Stephen Schwartz Set for Afternoon of Stories & Songs Today at Glimmerglass by BroadwayWorld

The Glimmerglass Festival presents award-winning composer-lyricist Stephen Schwartz in an afternoon of stories and songs at the Alice Busch Opera Theater today, July 21, at 430 p.m.

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DEAR EVAN HANSEN Cast Recording Out on Vinyl Today by BroadwayWorld

Atlantic Records has announced the release of 'DEAR EVAN HANSEN ORIGINAL BROADWAY CAST RECORDING' on vinyl on July 21.

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New Documentary PULITZER AT 100, with Playwrights Tony Kushner, Paula Vogel, Ayad Akhtar & More, Hits Theaters Today by Movies News Desk

First Run Features has announced the theatrical premiere of The Pulitzer at 100, the latest documentary by Oscar and Emmy-winning director Kirk Simon. The film opens at the prestigious Linco…

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Paul Clayton: Stop tweeting about rehearsals – audiences love a bit of mystery by Paul Clayton

We have been apart for a little while. But worry not. While my oft incoherent ramblings may not have graced the pages

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Salty by Arts Review

Two-time Melbourne Fringe award-winner Shannan Lim and his spook buddies Jayde Harding and Tye Norman vomit three short, interconnected plays – contemporary slants on the lurid demons …

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On the Couch with Gareth Belling by Arts Review

Who is Gareth Belling? Primarily a choreographer, fuelled by coffee, making new ballet that mixes a love of tradition and technique, with a current view of the world, art and gender politics…

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Derren Brown brings Underground to Playhouse Theatre this September by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Derren Brown has announced that following a sell out season at the Charing Cross Theatre, he will bring his show Underground to London's Playhouse Theatre this September as p…

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Merciless Gods by Arts Review

Little Ones Theatre presents Merciless Gods, a new theatrical adaptation of the acclaimed story collection by author and provocateur, Christos Tsiolkas, in an Australian premiere season at N…

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How Well Does Cameron Boyce Know Disney Villains? by Young Hollywood

How Well Does Cameron Boyce Know Disney Villains? Who would know Disney villains better than Cameron Boyce? We're hanging out with the 'Descendants 2' star in the YH Studio where we decide t…

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Harvard blues: Why high tuition for arts education is a lousy idea by Chris Jones

Under the Obama administration in 2015, the Department of Education toughened up a set of rules known as the Gainful Employment Regulations. The rules were designed to protect students from …

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Friday, July 21, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: Vanessa Williams and Barbara Cook Sing From Sondheim on Sondheim

Williams will return to the part that earned her a Tony nomination for a one-night concert in Hollywood.

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Incognito by Arts Review

Founding Red Stitch Ensemble members Ella Caldwell and Brett Cousins will extend their 16 year creative relationship, co-directing the Australian premiere of Incognito by Olivier Award-nomin…

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Peter Pan set to fly into Melbourne by Arts Review

Following its recent critically acclaimed seasons on the Gold Coast and in Sydney, Audiences young and old will be all smiles and flying high as Bonnie Lythgoe Productions presents The Adven…

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Anastasia Star Ramin Karimloo Showcases His ‘Broadgrass’ Sound in NYC by Robert Viagas

He has booked two club dates with his band at B.B. King Blues Club July 23 and 24.

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Anastasia’s John Bolton and Caroline O’Connor Are Part of Free Broadway in the Boros Concert July 21 by Andrew Gans

The summer performance will also feature cast members from The Great Comet.

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Cinderella Co-Stars Reunite for Chicago Concerts About the Ups and Downs of Romance by Robert Viagas

Tony nominees Laura Osnes and Santino Fontana will sing tunes by great stage songwriters.

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'Finding Neverland' At The Bushnell, John Douglas Thompson At Gunn Library by Christopher Arnott

"Finding Neverland," the Broadway musical about how J.M. Barrie created Peter Pan, has been on a national tour since October 2016. That's long enough for it to have undergone a few cast chan…

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Look Back at Robin Williams in Bengal Tiger at the Baghdad Zoo on Broadway by Hannah Vine

Remembering Robin Williams, who was born July 21, 1951.

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Lesli Margherita Develops a Bad, Bad Cold in Bucks County’s Guys and Dolls, Starting July 21 by Andrew Gans

The Olivier winner is joined by Elena Shaddow, Clarke Thorell, and Steve Rosen.

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Beth Malone Is The Unsinkable Molly Brown, Beginning July 21 at The Muny by Andrew Gans

Marc Kudisch, Whitney Bashor, Paolo Montalban, and Justin Guarini are also among the cast.

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How a Dancer’s Passion Led Him to Connect With Artists in Barbados by Ruthie Fierberg

This week’s installation of The Compass podcast welcomes dancer and teacher Jamal Callender.

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From Guys and Dolls to Little Mermaid, Tony Winner Faith Prince’s 5 Most Memorable Nights Onstage by Andrew Gans

The dynamic actor reminisces about her award-winning theatrical career and also reveals her upcoming stage role.

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What Is the Biggest Challenge in Casting Disney’s Aladdin? by Diep Tran

When casting actors to live in Agrabah, it’s a whole new world.

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What Do These Plays Have In Common? - Why PTP/NYC is presenting 'Arcadia' and 'Pity In History' in rep

Why PTP/NYC is presenting Arcadia and Pity In History in rep---On the surface, Howard Barker and Tom Stoppard make an incongruent pair. With vastly different styles and temperaments, the two…

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