Monday, July 16, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Review: MasterMimes: The Show at Capital Fringe by Amy Couchoud

Prior to the start of MasterMimes: The Show, a man and a woman are sleeping on the floor. Every few minutes, an alarm clock goes off and the woman hits snooze with ever increasing annoyance.…

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BROADWAY HEAT: Head Over Heels (The Final Four!) by JK

THE FINAL 4 ROUND of BROADWAY HEAT: HEAD OVER HEELS starts TODAY! GREAT NEWS! Whether or not you voted in the first two rounds, you CAN STILL VOTE!&nb…

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Love Chapter 2, Sadler's Wells, London, review: Sharon Eyal's endurance test for the audience as well as the dancers by  zoë Anderson,  zoë Anderson

The disengaged style of L-E-V's dancers may be deliberate, making a point about the loss of love, but it becomes boring to watch

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BWW's On This Day - July 16, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 16 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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‘A truly immersive piece with a magnificent cast’: RENT – Apsley ★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Rent is a timeless story and this Vivo D’Arte production is well worth the trip to the Frogmore Paper Mill, Apsley to see it.

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

BRAINIAC LIVE! Celebrates 10th Anniversary With A Daily Fringe Show At McEwan Hall by BroadwayWorld

Strap on your safety goggles Brainiac Live, science's greatest and most volatile show, arrives for its Edinburgh Fringe debut with a vengeance Refreshed, re-charged and even more explosive.

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The Ensemblist Launches 'The Ensemblist West End' Blog by BroadwayWorld

The Ensemblist, Broadway's leading advocate for ensemble actors, announces the launch of The Ensemblist West End httpwww.theensemblist.comwest-end

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100: UnEarth review – love and war in the Lost Gardens of Heligan by Miriam Gillinson

Lost Gardens of Heligan, CornwallThis haunting outdoor show created by WildWorks fuses ancient myth with a tale of returning soldiersHidden among the roses, a soldier and his lover kiss good…

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Save $30 to See Roundabout's World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck's BERNARDT/HAMLET on Broadway by Contests - Broadway

Mark Twain wrote 'There are five kinds of actresses bad actresses, fair actresses, good actresses, great actresses. And then there is Sarah Bernhardt.' In 1899, the international stage celeb…

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Poll: Which is your favourite jukebox musical? by Matthew Hemley

As Mamma Mia! sequel Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again opens in cinemas, we’re asking: Which jukebox musical is your favourite? Which

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100: UnEarth review at Lost Gardens of Heligan, Cornwall – ‘melancholy, uplifting, unforgettable’ by Tim Bano

Before he created the Eden Project, Tim Smit came across a thousand acres of bramble and broken masonry on the Cornish coast,

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Creative Industries Federation co-founder John Kampfner steps down as chief executive by Matthew Hemley

John Kampfner is stepping down as chief executive of the Creative Industries Federation to “pave the way for a new phase of

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Photos and Video: Oh What A Night! Bob Gaudio Visits The Muny's JERSEY BOYS by BroadwayWorld

'Oh What A Night' indeed The real life Bob Gaudio visited the Muny's production of Jersey Boys last night, July 15. He came onstage to talk to the audience following the performance, and met…

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‘An intelligent look behind the scenes of the American Dream’: THE LEHMAN TRILOGY – National Theatre ★★★★★ by Jonathan Baz

The Lehman Trilogy is an intelligent look behind the scenes of the American Dream and the smoke and mirrors of the corporate world, brought to light by Mendes’ astute direction and a stell…

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Holby actor Gemma Oaten launches theatre company and plans for performing arts school by Giverny Masso

Holby City actor Gemma Oaten is launching a new theatre company, which will include a training school for young performers. The company,

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EDINBURGH 2018: BWW Q&A- Luca Cupani by Natalie O'Donoghue

BWW speaks to Luca Cupani to chat about taking God Digger to the 2018Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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CD Review: BAT OUT OF HELL Original Cast Recording by Jenny Ell

Rock musical Bat Out of Hell had its debut performance in Manchester in 2017. Following a limited run at the London Coliseum soon after this, the production took over the Dominion Theatre in…

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EDINBURGH 2018: Guest Blog - Danyah Miller by Natalie O'Donoghue

Danyah Miller guest blogs for BroadwayWorld ahead of taking Kika's Birthday to the 2018 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

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Photo Flash: First Look at the Cast of BBC's LES MISERABLES Mini-Series by BroadwayWorld

BBC has released three new images of the cast of the upcoming miniseries adaptation of Les Miserables. The images depict Dominic West as Jean Valjean, David Oyelowo as Javert and Lily Collin…

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BWW Interview: Debra Gillett Talks EXIT THE KING by Rona Kelly

Exit the King marks the first time Eugne Ionesco work has been performed at the National. Playing on the vast Olivier stage, this absurdist play features a cast of just six actors, an intima…

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Robert Smithson: Time Crystals by Arts Review

The first exhibition in Australia dedicated to the work of American artist Robert Smithson (1938–1973), Monash University Museum of Art | MUMA presents Robert Smithson: Time Crystal…

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NEWS: Bonnie Langford joins West End cast of 42nd Street as Theatre Royal Drury Lane closes for refurb in January 2019 by Press Releases

Star of stage and screen Bonnie Langford is to join the cast of 42nd Street as the production extends its residency at Theatre Royal Drury Lane for a final time, through to Saturday 5 Januar…

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The Muppets Take the O2 review – ‘a wonky but charming live show’ by Tim Bano

Although The Muppet Show was filmed in the UK at Elstree when it started life in 1976, Jim Henson’s creatures have never

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‘A lovely, tender balance between warm comedy & tragedy’: THE PLAY ABOUT MY DAD – Jermyn Street Theatre by Victoria Sadler

It takes quite a play to bring tears to my eyes but, then, The Play About My Dad – set around the true stories of those who experienced Hurricane Katrina – is quite a piece of writing.

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

How Shakespeare Schools Foundation is ‘turning children’s lives around’ by Nick Smurthwaite

This month, Shakespeare Schools Foundation was gifted a Praemium Imperiale grant to boost its work with marginalised groups. Nick Smurthwaite looks at

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Today on Broadway: Monday, July 16, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “Dave” and “The Cher Show” Hit Snags Out-of-Town, “The Prom” Changes Broadway Venue, and Equity Announces New Robe Name! “Today on Broadway&…

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Brief 7/16: The Public's FIRE IN DREAMLAND Opens, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories The Public's Fire in Dreamland opens tonight, and more

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Pop-up Globe Releases More Performances For Its Festival Of Shakespeare by BroadwayWorld

The creators of Pop-up Globe and Live Nation today announced today that due to huge demand, an extra two weeks of performances have been released, with Pop-up Globe now scheduled to play unt…

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THE WINTER'S TALE From Shakespeare's Globe To Be Broadcast In UK Cinemas by BroadwayWorld

More2Screen has announced that the Shakespeare's Globe production of the much-loved late romance The Winter's Tale will be broadcast live to over 400 cinemas across the UK, Ireland and selec…

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THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY Announces New Cast For Its First UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

Mischief Theatre's Olivier Award nominated West End smash hit The Comedy About A Bank Robbery today announces the full cast for its 201819 UK tour. The touring cast presents Sean Carey as 'S…

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NEWS: Craig Gallivan & Laura Tebbutt lead year three cast of London’s School of Rock by Press Releases

From 22 August 2018 term will begin for the year three cast of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Olivier Award-winning production of School of Rock – The Musical at the newly named Gillian Lynne The…

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Good Muslim Boy by Arts Review

An irreverent but tender memoir of a father, a son and a question of faith, award winning writer, actor and comedian Osamah Sami brings the stage adaptation of his critically acclaimed memoi…

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

FIRST-LOOK: Travel back to 1950s New York with Two for the Seesaw by Featured Content

Travel back to 1950s New York with these first-look photos of the long-overdue West End premiere of William Gibson's 1958 Broadway hit Two for the Seesaw, which officially opens to the press…

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The Antipodes by Arts Review

A play about people telling stories about telling stories, Red Stitch Actors’ Theatre presents the Australian Premiere of The Antipodes by Pulitzer Prize Winning Playwright, Annie Bak…

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Broadway Barks, BC/EFA & Their Furry Friends by Sandi Durell

  For the past 20 years, more than 2,000 cats and dogs have stolen Broadway’s spotlight and the hearts of all who come to Broadway Barks. Approximately 85% of these furry friends have…

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Sheffield stars: local lives are at the heart of Yorkshire's theatre by Catherine Love

This summer, community-led shows are encouraging residents to tell their own tales of loss, love and Bruce Springsteen gigsAt the Crucible theatre, Sheffield’s teenagers are thinking about…

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Love Chapter 2 review – powerful exploration of passion's aftermath by Judith Mackrell

Sadler’s Wells, LondonDriven by an immersive techno score, this visceral performance by Sharon Eyal’s L-E-V dance company was irresistibly intenseLove Chapter 2 is an extension of OCD Lo…

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Rose Theatre Kingston Announces Summer School Programme for young People by Blouin Artinfo

Rose Theatre Kingston recently announced its summer school programme for young people, offering a variety of courses including, two-day and three-day short courses for 7-11 year olds packed …

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Matt Trueman: We must embrace international work or risk sliding into insularity by Matt Trueman

Another London International Festival of Theatre has come and gone, and with it, some of the most inspiring theatre we’ll see all

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Top 5 theatre shows to see this week (July 16-22) by Natasha Tripney

A Monster Calls – Old Vic, London Based on Patrick Ness’ bestselling novel about grief, A Monster Calls is directed by Sally Cookson.

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Lyn Gardner: Finding a good mentor is crucial for a successful theatre career by Lyn Gardner

In Daniel Kehlmann’s The Mentor, seen at the Ustinov in Bath and in the West End last year, F Murray Abraham played

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 7/15-7/16/2018

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Monday, July 16, 2018 - Monday, July 16, 2018.

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‘I broke the contract’: how Hannah Gadsby's trauma transformed comedy by Jenny Valentish

In her show Nanette, the Australian standup speaks out about homophobic and sexual violence – the set is now a Netflix sensation. She opens up about shame, rage, her autism diagnosis and t…

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Death of the dance dictators: ballet in the wake of #MeToo by Judith Mackrell

With its culture of discipline, control and pecking orders, the dance world has always been plagued by claims of bullying and sexual exploitation. But old hierarchies are being challengedBal…

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Reviewed by Justin Williams Photos: Brett Beiner Highly Recommended Serving as a prequel to the mega [...]

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Hollywood’s Heart-throb and Gay Icon Tab Hunter dies aged 86 by Blouin Artinfo

The heartthrob of Hollywood, Tab Hunter, and the iconic boy-next-door of the big screen during the rage of 1950s Warner Brothers featured on classics like “Battle Cry,” “The Burning Hi…

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Monday, July 16, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Jessica Vosk Flies into Wicked on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Power-voiced Wicked tour star Jessica Vosk offers up her acclaimed turn as Elphaba for Broadway audiences at the Gershwin Theatre starting on July 16. Vosk replaces long-running star Jackie …

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Stage Directions: Why Lileana Blain-Cruz Believes in Making Theatre an Epic Event by Mervyn Rothstein

The Obie-winning director of Pipeline, Red Speedo, and more reveals her directing philosophy, early career missteps, and her pitch to the Park Avenue Armory.

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Jessica Vosk Flies Into Broadway's Wicked July 16 by Andrew Gans

Vosk reprises her performance as Elphaba after taking on the role on tour.

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