Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

People You Should Know . . . Matthew McGloin by Zack Calhoon

Matthew McGloin-NY:  Bastard Jones (The Cell), CasablancaBox (HERE Arts), Xanadu (Piper Theatre), readings at Dixon Place, Abingdon, The Lark, Ma-Yi.  Regi…

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Hadestown, National Theatre review - new folk musical is hotter than hell by Marianka Swain

An alternative take on a classic myth produces sizzling resultsThe road to full musical theatre production has been a long one for Hadestown. It began back in 2006, with Anaïs Mitchell’s …

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Review: Master Class (TimeLine Theatre) by Johanna Dalton

Master Class depicts the controversial career of opera star Maria Callas through the prism of the classroom. As Callas instructs her promising students, memories of her days as perhaps the m…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Spartacus by Arts Review

First presented by The Australian Ballet in 1978 with choreography by Laszlo Seregi, Spartacus with its stirring tale of the Thracian prisoner forced to become a gladiator, kill his best fr…

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People You Should Know . . . Scott Wakefield by Zack Calhoon

Scott Wakefield-Broadway:  Hands On A Hardbody, Ring Of Fire, and It Ain’t Nothin’ But The Blues.Off Broadway includes Paint Your Wagon (City Center), …

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Review: The Welders’ ‘In This Hope: A Pericles Project’ at Spooky Action Theater by Ian Thal

From the moment the audience enters the large square room that is Spooky Action Theater’s church basement home, Environmental Designer Colin K. Bills has already communicated to the au…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: SIX, Nuffield Southampton Theatres by Jo Fisher

We are all familiar with the tale of the six wives of Henry VIII. Or at least, their endings - divorced, beheaded, died divorced, beheaded, survived. But what about the women behind the rhyme

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Worry About The Censorship and Homophobia First, Then The Prayers by Howard Sherman

As word about a scuffle over a theatre production at Mitchell High School in Mitchell County NC has started to make its way beyond the local North Carolina media, accounts seem to be placing…

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People You Should Know . . . Andrew Mayer by Zack Calhoon

Andrew Mayer-Broadway: Natasha, Pierre & the Great Comet of 1812. Oliver! (Goodspeed Musicals), Prince of Egypt (Dreamworks Theatrical), The 12 (Denver…

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People You Should Know . . . Ellie Fishman by Zack Calhoon

Ellie Fishman is making her Prospect Theater Company debut! First National Tour: Finding Neverland. Regional Theatre: Rags (Goodspeed Opera House) Beauty and the Bea…

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People You Should Know . . . Chanel Karimkhani by Zack Calhoon

Chanel Karimkhani is so excited to make her Prospect debut! Off-Broadway: The Goree All Girl String Band. Off-off Broadway: Sympathy in C. Regional credits include: Siste…

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What's Playing on Broadway: New Year's Week 2019! by Bww Special

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for December 31- January 6, 2019.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Looking Back to Look Forward: ‘The Other Josh Cohen’ by Matthew Wexler

David Rossmer and Steve Rosen's new musical about rolling with life's punches finally arrives Off-Broadway after engagements at Paper Mill Playhouse and the New York Musical Festival.

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Stork Theatre journeys through The Odyssey with 12 hour staged reading by Gabi Bergman

Homer’s Odyssey, the epic 10 year journey of a hero, is regarded as not only one of the greatest pieces of literature of all time, but also one of the most complex. The poem spans across 2…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Marc Kudisch of Girl From the North Country by Broadway.com

Marc Kudisch stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about The Public's Girl From the North Country and more with Beth Stevens.

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Folk CD Review: Lonnie Holley’s “MITH” — An Act of Restoration by Jeremy Ray Jewell

Lonnie Holley's music on MITH is the sound of a choir of better angels whose multi-layered voice is hard on the outside and soft on the inside, like so much Alabama clay.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

The Other Josh Cohen Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway by Hannah Vine

David Rossmer and Steve Rosen's acclaimed musical returned to New York for a limited run at the Westside Theatre November 12.

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For fans of 'Miss Saigon,' this tour is the end of the era by Chris Jones

"We will never,” said Cameron Mackintosh, sounding unusually wistful, "be all together doing this again." Mackintosh — often known by the sobriquet "Mister Producer" and the most success…

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NiteLife Exchange Picks of the Week

Shana Farr at The Laurie Beechman Theatre, Wednesday, Nov 14th at 7pm Eliane Elias at Iridium Thursday, Nov 15- Sunday, Nov 18 at 8:30pm Marnie Klar Sings Bobbie Gentry at Don't Tell Mama,…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

The Acting Company to Present Nambi E. Kelley’s Native Son and Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure in 2019 by Ryan McPhee

The two plays will be performed in repertory at the Duke on 42nd Street in the summer.

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Sycorax, Cyber Queen of Qamara

Sycorax, Cyber Queen of Qamara Off Off Broadway, HERE Arts Center Reviewed by Ed Malin BOTTOM LINE: In this top-notch feminist piece, the witch from The Tempest uses much magic and interne…

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Broadway Actress and Mentor Paula Wayne Passes Away Age 84 by BroadwayWorld

According to the Miami Herald, Broadway actress turned teacher and mentor Paula Wayne has passed away at age 84. She died on November 9th following a battle with pancreatic cancer.

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Greg Jones Ellis’ “All Save One,” a Play About Artists at Risk in Middle Age, Gets DC World Premiere by Kenneth Jones

Creative people whose heyday was yesteryear struggle with desires, secrets and their very existence as they reach middle age in All Save One, a new award-winning comedy-drama by Greg Jones E…

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Three-Time Tony Winner Glenn Close to Be Honored With Film Festival at Museum of the Moving Image by Logan Culwell-Block

Getting Close, beginning November 23, is set to include screenings of 10 films from Close's film career.

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Broadway Cares Awards $225,000 in Emergency Grants to Help California Wildfire First Responders and Victims by Andrew Gans

Grants will be provided to the Los Angeles Fire Department Foundation, Los Angeles County Animal Care Foundation, and The Actors Fund.

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Photo Flash: Taylor Iman Jones, Mitchell Jarvis & More Take the Stage for THE ROCKY HORROR SKIVVIES SHOW! by BroadwayWorld

The Skivvies returned toJoe's Pubon November 11 with The Rocky Horror Skivvies Show, their own twist on the iconic songs from the cult favorite. Performers includedDiana Huey, Mike Viruet,Ma…

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VIDEO: John Mulaney and Nick Kroll Reprise Their OH, HELLO Characters for a Cadillac Short by Stage Tube

Cadillac released a video today, whereAwkwafina played chauffeur to comedians John Mulaney and Nick Kroll's 'Oh, Hello' characters.

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First Floor announces cast of 'Mike Pence Sex Dream' by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, First Floor Theater set casting for its world premiere of Dan Giles’ “Mike Pence Sex Dream,” directed by artistic director Hutch Pimentel. The cast will feature Collin Quin…

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The Chinese Lady by Sandi Durell

  By Marcina Zaccaria   How do we present ourselves?  Who will be there to see us later?  The Chinese Lady begins triumphantly a woman in silks, played by Shannon Tyo, seated c…

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Odds & Ends: Jelani Remy to Star in World Premiere Musical The Apple Boys & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Jelani Remy to Star in World Premiere Musical The Apple Boys Jelani Remy has lined up a sweet new gig. The multi-talented…

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Arkansas Rep, Back From the Brink, Announces 2019 Season by American Theatre Editors

The company, which suspended operations last spring, is back with classics and new plays for its "Rebuild the Rep" season.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Cats Movie's Steven McRae in Royal Ballet's Mayerling by Ryan McPhee

McRae and fellow Principal Dancer Sarah Lamb are featured in the filmed presentation, presented through the Royal Opera House's Cinema Series.

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Broadway: “The Cher Show” is a Smash Out of the Box in Previews; “Head Over Heels” Is Still (Mysteriously) Playing by Roger Friedman

The Broadway box office brings good news, bad news, and just plain news. “The Cher Show” is a smash hit out of Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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George Salazar, Kate Baldwin, Sheldon Harnick, and More Celebrate the Dramatists Guild Foundation by Ruthie Fierberg

The annual gala featured performances from Be More Chill, The Secret Life of Bees, and more November 12.

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Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival announces lineup for 2019 fest by Kt Hawbaker

The official lineup of the 18th Annual Chicago Sketch Comedy Festival has been announced, and its organizers call it the largest fest of its kind. The 2019 line-up will boast 120 shows in 8 …

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PBS to Premiere JOHN LEGUIZAMO'S ROAD TO BROADWAY This Friday by TV News Desk

John Leguizamo's Road to Broadway follows the always provocative Leguizamo as he prepares for his most challenging theatrical quest yet - cramming 3,000 years of Latino history into 90 minut…

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Tamara Tunie brings hometown magic to Pittsburgh Public's brave, new 'Tempest' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The production, Jan. 24-Feb. 24, is from a script adapted by the Public’s new artistic director, Marya Sea Kaminski, who also directs.

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Chance the Rapper Is Writing Original Movie Musical Hope for MGM by Andy Lefkowitz

MGM has announced the development of Hope, a new movie musical featuring an original score by Grammy winner Chance the Rapper and his longtime collaborator Nico Segal, says The Hollywood Rep…

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Space Availability at The Salon at Collaboraction by Bt

The Salon at Collaboraction has rental availability in the winter of 2018-19. The Salon is an intimate space (capacity of up to 60), and is available for single evenings or short runs that …

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Tamara Tunie Will Play Prospero in Pittsburgh Public Theater’s The Tempest by Andrew Gans

Performances will begin in January 2019.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

What You Missed at Seth Rudetsky’s Inaugural Broadway at Town Hall Concert Starring Audra McDonald by Ruthie Fierberg

McDonald shared personal stories while delivering a world-class performance of songs from her career.

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Cheap tickets for DCPA’s Christmas shows go on sale Tuesday at noon by Danika Worthington, The Know

Can't fit Tiny Tim in your budget? You're in luck. Tickets for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' Christmas shows go on sale Tuesday.

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See LaChanze Sing Donna Summer's Showstopping 'Friends Unknown' on Broadway by Mark Peikert

The Tony winner brings the house down with the classic song in the hit Summer: The Donna Summer Musical.

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Chance the Rapper to Develop Musical Film with MGM by TV News Desk

Grammy-winnerChance the Rapper has teamed up with MGM to develop a movie musical titled 'Hope,' according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Audra McDonald: In Performance and Conversation at Town Hall by Steven Suskin

★★★★ The six-time Tony winner is her usual exceptional self in a one-night-only visit to Town Hall The post Audra McDonald: In Performance and Conversation at Town Hall appeared firs…

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Audra McDonald Kicks Off Broadway at Town Hall Series With Seth Rudetsky by Hannah Vine

The series launched November 12 featuring the six-time Tony winner.

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The Lady Vanishes UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Classic Thriller Theatre Company are to present The Lady Vanishes UK Tour based on the 1939 Hitchcock Classic Film. This post The Lady Vanishes UK Tour first appeared on …

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Stars Roll Out the Flannel Carpet for The Other Josh Cohen's Opening Night by Lindsey Sullivan

The Other Josh Cohen's stars and collaborators David Rossmer and Steve Rosen hit the red flannel carpet on November 12. The longtime BFFs celebrated the off-Broadway opening of their mus…

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Kate Baldwin, Alan Cumming & More Step Out for the 2018 Dramatists Guild Foundation Gala by Caitlin Moynihan

The 2018 Dramatists Guild Foundation Gala took place at Manhattan Center on November 12. Hosted by Tony nominee Kate Baldwin, the annual event celebrates and honors patrons of the American t…

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VIDEO: Will Swenson, Matt Doyle & More Strip Down for ROCKY HORROR SKIVVIES SHOW by BroadwayWorld

The Skivvies returned to Joe's Pub on November 11 with The Rocky Horror Skivvies Show,their own twist on the iconic songs from the cult favorite.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Sessions Cools Down with the Cast of FROZEN! by Ben Cameron

Cast members from the Disney mega hit Frozen stopped by Broadway Sessions recently to show us just how hot Frozen can be Enjoy highlights from these extremely talented performers, including,…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Inside the York Theatre Company’s 27th Oscar Hammerstein Awards Gala, Hosted by Matthew Broderick by Marc J. Franklin

The theatre company honored five-time Tony winner Susan Stroman November 12.

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Book Review/Interview: Talking “Upstate” With Critic James Wood by Matt Hanson

"I like implication very much; there’s a fiction of implication that I think I’ve championed over the fiction of explication."

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Muny announces show dates for 2019 season by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The seven productions include "Guys and Dolls," "Kinky Boots," "Matilda."

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Good cheer and profundity from the St. Louis Chamber Chorus by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Composer Sasha Johnson Manning writes a different sort of drinking song

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5 Questions For Michael Longoria. by Corine Cohen

                                                                                  Photo by Corine Cohen a few years ago at a benefit. Corine: I first…

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Photo Flash: Audra McDonald and Seth Rudetsky Share an Evening at Town Hall by BroadwayWorld

The internationally acclaimed Broadway concert series hosted and music directed by SiriusXM Radio StarSeth Rudetskyis finally landing smack dab in the middle of Broadway itself this fall. T…

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Initial Cast Set for London Bow of Arthur Miller's The American Clock, Directed by Rachel Chavkin by Ryan McPhee

The production from the Great Comet Tony nominee will feature performers from various cultural backgrounds to reflect the changing face of the American family.

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Independent Study by Sandi Durell

  by Hazen Cuyler   An avid art audience, of any form, searches for the new. A resounding voice, never before experienced, expressing the evolved emotional lives of people today. …

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‘In This Hope’ tackles Shakespearean themes well suited for today by Celia Wren

The Welders’ new play by depicts exile, loss, grief.

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Exclusive: 10 ExtraOrdinary Days of A.R.T. - A Look Back On FINDING NEVERLAND with Jeremy Jordan and Laura Michelle Kelly by BroadwayWorld

To celebrate 10 years of musical theatre at the American Repertory Theater at Harvard University A.R.T. BroadwayWorld is counting down to their production of ExtraOrdinary, a show highlighti…

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BC/EFA Awards Emergency Grants To Aid Effort Against California Wildfires by BroadwayWorld

Broadway CaresEquity Fights AIDS is awarding 225,000 in emergency grants to immediately help those battling and affected by the historically devastating wildfires spreading in California.

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Miss Bennet: Christmas at Pemberley Plays Milwaukee Repertory Theater by Hannah Vine

The production plays the Quadracci Powerhouse November 13–December 16.

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Steppin’ Out with Ben Vereen by Matthew Wexler

Ben Vereen chats about his life philosophy and reflects on his 50+ year career in the theater in anticipation of his debut engagement at New York City's Cutting Room.

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FROM DOWN UNDER: Mandy Patinkin in Concert in Melbourne by Simon Parris

On an ordinary Sunday, Melbourne theatregoers were treated to the extraordinary talent Broadway legend Mandy Patinkin.

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Take a pill or see a play? by Fountaintheatre

by Stephen Sachs Need a cure for what ails you? Next time you see your doctor, the prescription he or she scribbles may surprise you: see a play. Research is now proving that gathering with …

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

The Broadway.com Show: Megan McGinnis of the Come From Away National Tour by Broadway.com

Broadway favorite Megan McGinnis sits down for a chat about touring the country in Come From Away and more.

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Cost of Living by Lara Altunian

The post Cost of Living appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Killings at The Manor: history repeats by Cogency

The Manor. On-site production at Greystone Hall, West Chester, PA through November 18, 2018.   This is a return of a production we recommended one year ago when it had its East Coast pr…

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Drama Desk Panel by Barry Gordin

Working actors with disabilities enumerates their challenges and successes. By: Patrick Christiano November 12, 2018:  The Drama Desk hosted an informal discussion with professional a…

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The Value of Moscow by Lara Altunian

The post The Value of Moscow appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Pinters Three and Four, Harold Pinter Theatre review - double-bill boasts double-acts to treasure by Matt Wolf

The Pinter season continues, this time in largely comic form The West End is specialising in two-parters of late. To Imperium and The Inheritance we can add to a growing list the latest duo …

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Review: Pulitzer Prize winner Silent Night from Washington National Opera by Roy Maurer

As I write this, leaders from around the world are marching down the Champs-Élysées in Paris under a canopy of umbrellas in the rain, gathered to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the p…

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The Subtext: Ike Holter by American Theatre Editors

The prolific playwright talks about his newest play 'Rightlynd,' his adopted hometown of Chicago, and how he handles rejection.

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Lisa Batiashvili, Gautier Capuçon and Jean-Yves Thibaudet perform with energy and delicacy at the Barbican

The trio’s London recital featured works by Shostakovich, Ravel and Mendelssohn

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The history of ballet in London by Carly-Ann Clements

Before you book your tickets to see Nutcracker, Swan Lake or Manon at the London Coliseum, here's a brief history of ballet in our fair capital. The post The history of ballet in London appe…

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Second Stage Theater Honors Torch Song Playwright Harvey Fierstein by Hannah Vine

Cyndi Lauper, Billy Porter, Rosie O’Donnell, and members from the original cast of Hairspray celebrated the Tony-winning writer and performer at the gala.

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No Worries / No War Zone: Theater of the Chill in Ben Gassman’s Independent Study by Jordan Baum

What does it do to the modernist play, the living room drama, I wonder, when there is no living room, when there's no home at all? Where does the play go?

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Gloria: A Life by Mark Dundas Wood

The play succeeds in part because it takes such an upbeat view of Steinem and her career. Early in the play, the character proclaims herself to be a “hope-aholic”—and her stalwart opti…

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VIDEO: Watch Robyn Hurder Get Ready to Take on Cassie for A CHORUS LINE! by Stage Tube

New York City Center will soon present the 75th Anniversary gala presentation of A Chorus Line. The production will star Jay Armstrong Johnson Bobby, Kate Bailey Kristine, Callan Bergmann Fr…

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‘Provides vocal greatness & heartfelt stories’: MONSTERSONGS – The Other Palace ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

The Other Palace played host to the UK premiere of Rob Rokicki’s Monstersongs, a theatrical experience that combines rock music, theatre, graphic novels and technology.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Chicago's Oriental Theatre is getting a new name by Chris Jones

After 92 years, the name of the Oriental Theatre is going to disappear. Early next year, the venerable, historic venue built in Chicago at 24 W. Randolph St. in 1926 on the site of the Iroqu…

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Photo Coverage: Broadway Snuggles Up with Puppies at Second Stage Benefit, Honoring Harvey Fierstein! by Jennifer Broski

Second Stage Theater, now celebrating its 40th Anniversary, just hosted their Fall Benefit yesterday at Terminal 5 610 West 56th Street, honoring Tony Award winner and Second Stage Theater a…

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A Spanish Hour review at Black Mountains Barns, Herefordshire – ‘comic fervour’ by Steph Power

There are many layers of wit and sophistication to Ravel’s 1911 first opera, L’heure Espagnole. Short but brilliantly inventive, on the one

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Casting Set for Rachel Chavkin's New Staging of Arthur Miller's The American Clock at The Old Vic by Andy Lefkowitz

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming production of Arthur Miller's 1980 play The American Clock at London's Old Vic. Directed by Tony nominee Rachel Chavkin (The Great Co…

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Wicked to Welcome Nancy Opel, Jamie Jackson & Jesse JP Johnson to the Cast by Andy Lefkowitz

A wonderful new trio of stars are headed to Wicked! On November 20, Nancy Opel and Jamie Jackson will join the production as Madame Morrible and Doctor Dillamond, respectively, wit…

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BWW Flashback: The Tale as Old as Time BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Nears 25th Anniversary by Paul Smith

As BroadwayWorld recently reported, withthe 25th anniversary of Beauty and the Beastrapidly approaching,Theatre Under The Stars just announced its cast for the Disney classic. Twenty-five ye…

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Who We Harm When Parenting Isn’t Considered by Rachel Spencer Hewitt

By Rachel Spencer Hewitt. Parent Artist Advocacy League for the Performing Arts (PAAL) founder Rachel Spencer Hewitt discusses three crucial ways theatres can improve their support for paren…

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Micki Hobson, a Force in the Arts for 5 Decades by American Theatre Editors

The title 'arts management consultant' doesn't capture the wide-ranging passion and commitment she brought to her career and her life.

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Jazz CD Review: Welcome Christian McBride’s “New Jawn” by Michael Ullman

One of the distinguishing characteristics of this set is the smart, energetic, and ever-changing, relationship between bass and drums.

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Blue Wave on Broadway. #Stageworthy News by New York Theater

In celebration of the Blue Wave – which has grown steadily in the week since Election Day — a silly observation: There have been 51 Broadway shows with “Blue” in the title. I’m…

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‘Is this a good meal for a Jewish boy?’: Saul Reichlin on lunch with Jackie Mason & his Fiddler on the Roof postscript by Anne Cox

The the funny, heartfelt stories of Sholom Aleichem were turned into what became Fiddler On The Roof. Now Saul Reichlin’s one-man show, Sholom Aleichem In The Old Country, imagines the…

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THE LION KING Celebrates 21 Years On Broadway Today, November 13 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's award-winning best musical THE LION KING celebrates its 21st anniversary today, Tuesday, November 13.

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Broadway's Wicked Will Welcome 3 New Principal Cast Members by Andrew Gans

The international hit musical recently celebrated its 15th anniversary at the Gershwin Theatre.

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Full casting for Glengarry Glen Ross tour announced by Georgia Snow

Full casting has been announced for the forthcoming UK tour of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross. The cast includes Nigel Harman and

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Review: Cinderella, fresh and funny at Imagination Stage by Jill Kyle-Keith

Cinderella swordfighting! What a wonderful expression of empowerment for little girls (and little boys). In this updated and very funny version of Cinderella, Imagination Stage takes us to a…

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The Royal Ballet’s production of Mayerling, a riveting exploration of dark obsession by Maria Di Mento

Opening today in major U.S. cinemas, The Royal Ballet’s production of Kenneth MacMillan’s riveting Mayerling is not for the faint of heart. It is also not recommended for children under …

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Edinburgh Lyceum’s Alex McGowan joins Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre as executive director by Thom Dibdin

Alex McGowan has been appointed executive director and joint chief executive of the Citizens Theatre in Glasgow. He joins the theatre in

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Broadway Grosses w/e 11/11/2018: The Play’s The Thing!

Box office grosses jumped 13% this week to $37M due to several shows adding previews and the introduction of the Bryan Cranston led, Network, which began previews at the Belasco and played …

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James Greene (1926-2018) by American Theatre Editors

Debuting on Broadway 1951, he acted in Lincoln Center Rep and APA-Phoenix Rep at the start of a long New York and regional career.

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Portrait of a Marriage, Onstage and at the Barricades by Jennifer Schuessler

The archive of Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis, now at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, traces more than 60 years in the theater, in the movies and at the front lines of social a…

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Broadway in Chicago’s Oriental Theatre Will Be Renamed James M. Nederlander Theatre by Andrew Gans

The late Mr. Nederlander was the founder of Broadway in Chicago.

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See The Current Standings In The BroadwayWorld UK Awards; Ian McKellen Leads Best Actor! by BroadwayWorld

Voting continues for the 2018 BroadwayWorld UK Awards Nominations were reader-submitted and now our readers get to vote for their favourites.

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Nancy Opel, Jamie Jackson, & Jesse JP Johnson Join Cast of WICKED by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway blockbuster WICKED will welcome new cast members to the Gershwin Theatre this fall. Beginning Tuesday, November 20, Tony Award nominee Nancy Opel will assume the role of Madame …

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‘The great sound design makes it engaging’: THE PIT & THE PENDULUM – Omnibus Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Steve Peca paid a visit to the Omnibus Theatre to catch Creation Theatre Company’s production of Edgar Allan Poe’s classic tale The Pit & The Pendulum.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Clare Burt, Golda Rosheuvel and Josie Walker cast in The American Clock at London’s Old Vic by Giverny Masso

Clare Burt, Golda Rosheuvel and Josie Walker have been cast in The American Clock at the Old Vic in London. The Arthur

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`Permission to Speak` tells your stories off-Broadway by Ojinika Obiekwe

Comedian and writer Paul Mecurio talks about how real people have more interesting and funny stories than a writer could make up. That`s the premise of his off-Broadway show "Permission to S…

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BWW Review: In Ngozi Anyanwu's GOOD GRIEF, Shaping Memories Is A Part of Healing by Michael Dale

For those of us of a certain age, the phrase good grief has been a part of our vocabulary since childhood as simply an expression of exasperation, thanks to the influence of Charles Schulz a…

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Backstage at Wicked with Amanda Jane Cooper, Episode 6: Lesson! by Broadway.com

Wicked star Amanda Jane Cooper takes us along to a voice lesson, the stage door and more!

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri for the West End transfer of Kevin Elyot’s Coming Clean by Terri Paddock

As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Wednesday 16 January 2019, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock is back at Trafalgar Studios again for the West End transfer of the King's Head…

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Cast Complete for U.K. Tour of David Mamet’s Glengarry Glen Ross by Andrew Gans

Sam Yates directs the production, launching in February 2019.

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Read Reviews for Off-Broadway Return of The Other Josh Cohen by Ryan McPhee

David Rossmer and Steve Rosen’s musical opened November 12 at the Westside Theatre.

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Full Casting Announced For THE AMERICAN CLOCK at the Old Vic by BroadwayWorld

The Old Vic today announces initial casting for Arthur Miller's The American Clock. Visionary director Rachel Chavkin Natasha, Pierre amp the Great Comet of 1812, Hadestown presents Arthur M…

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Plan ahead: New security measures arrive at the Benedum Center on Light Up Night by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For those headed to see Billy Gardell Friday and Saturday, prepare to avoid lines as metal detectors are introduced at the Downtown venue.

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Denis Conway,?Wil Johnson, and More Cast in The UK Tour Of GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS by BroadwayWorld

Joining the hard-hitting sales team in Sam Yates' unmissable production of David Mamet's darkly funny classic, Glengarry Glen Ross are Denis Conway The Lieutenant of Inishmore as Dave Moss W…

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Review: ‘Silent Night’ at the Kennedy Center Washington National Opera by David Friscic

The Washington National Opera’s current production of the opera Silent Night is a shattering indictment of the futility and waste of war set during the historical truce that occurred durin…

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Broadway Vet Jim Walton Returns to Great White Way in Come From Away November 13 by Andrew Gans

The hit musical continues at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre.

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Five Questions with Annika Vestel by Audrey Moyce

I like to provoke an internal movement in the audience, something where their inner life or fantasy is activated.

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‘Vocally they are extraordinary’: THE SIMON & GARFUNKEL STORY – West End ★★★ by Johnny Fox

I’d been looking forward to The Simon & Garfunkel Story thinking how much this was the music of my coming of age years – but it’s funny what tricks your memory plays.

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Made in China’s Jessica Latowicki: ‘The arts do not fit inside the capitalist model of society’ by Giverny Masso

Jessica Latowicki is co-artistic director of contemporary theatre company Made in China with her partner Tim Cowbury. She tells Giverny Masso about

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Kerry Washington Reveals What Happens If She’s Late to Broadway Rehearsals by Ruthie Fierberg

The star of American Son talks the intensity of the play, greeting friends afterwards, and director Kenny Leon's punishment for tardiness.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Sutton Foster and Gavin Creel Lead My One and Only Benefit Concert by Hannah Vine

The Roundabout Theatre Company presentation took place November 12.

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Columbia University, Kids Creative, University of Florida, and More Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill offers an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry, serving as the online source for careers in theatre.

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Photo Coverage: Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel & More Take Bows in Roundabout's MY ONE AND ONLY Benefit! by Jennifer Broski

Just last night,Roundabout Theatre Companypresented a special one-night-only Benefit Musical Performance of My One and Only, the award-winning musical comedy by Peter Stone and Timothy S. Ma…

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FEATURED SHOW: The reviews are in for ‘must-see’ Sexy Laundry at Tabard Theatre by Featured Content

"Must-see", "perfect", "hysterics" - audiences and critics have been laughing their way through Sexy Laundry at the Tabard Theatre since the comedy opened at the Chiswick venue in early Nove…

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Usual Girls: An Interview with Ming Peiffer and Tyne Rafaeli by Victoria Myers

Usual Girls by Ming Peiffer and directed by Tyne Rafaeli centers around Kyeoung, a young Asian-American woman coming of age in the ‘90s and early 2000s, and the messy, sometimes dangerous,…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Parquet Courts at the Roundhouse, London — between confrontation and acceptance

The New York band seemed unsure how to approach their biggest headlining gig

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VIDEO: Kerry Washington Talks About the Intensity of AMERICAN SON by Stage Tube

On last night's episode of 'Late Night with Seth Meyers,' Kerry Washington was a guest on the show.During the interview, Washington talks about her return to Broadway in American Son, Scanda…

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VIDEO: Watch Alfie Boe Perform a Medley of Songs From His Upcoming Album 'As Time Goes By' by Stephanie Wild

Alfie Boe took to Twitter this morning to promote his upcoming album 'As Time Goes By.' Boe posted a video of a performance of a medley of songs from the album. Watch it below

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What's Playing on Broadway: Christmas Week 2018! by Bww Special

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for December 24-30, 2018.

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‘Has lots to say & says it well’: THE FIRE RAISERS – Hen & Chickens Theatre by Liz Dyer

The Fire Raisers was written by Swiss playwright Max Frisch in 1948, reportedly as a response to the Communist takeover in Prague – though the play never specifically references that event.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Is a Revival of FRANKIE AND JOHNNY IN THE CLAIR DE LUNE in the Works, Starring Audra McDonald and Michael Shannon? by Stephanie Wild

Could a revival of Frankie and Johnny in the Clair de Lune be headed to Broadway According to Page Six, that might just be in the works

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Come See Me in a Musical About Lee Harvey Oswald by Trav S.D.

Very excited! Tonight rehearsals begin for the next show I’m in, Me and the Lee: The Musical by Jason Trachtenburg, of Pendulum Swings and the Trachtenburg Family Slideshow Players. Me…

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BWW Interview: Hayden Tee On Playing Miss Trunchbull in MATILDA THE MUSICAL by Marianka Swain

Hayden Tee's extensive musical theatrework includes playing both Marius and Javert inLes Miserables, as wellas South Pacific,TitanicandLittle Women. He's currently starring as Miss Trunchbul…

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La Bayadère review – Ratmansky returns orientalist fantasy to its roots by Laura Cappelle

Staatsoper Unter den Linden, BerlinAlexei Ratmansky’s reconstruction of Marius Petipa’s problematic ballet raises an uncomfortable questionA quiet revolution has been under way in the ba…

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Why I'm riffing on Layla: Yo-Yo Ma on rebooting the lovers who inspired Clapton by Judith Mackrell

It is the ‘Persian Romeo and Juliet’ – a hokey old work full of paper beards, corny wedding tunes and lots of camels. So why has the great cellist teamed up with choreographer Mark Mor…

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What are T levels and what will they mean for theatre? by Susan Elkin

New two-year technical programmes are planned to equip young people for employment. Susan Elkin gauges opinion on how the courses will work,

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BWW's On This Day - November 13, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 13 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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‘Barmy, bonkers & brilliant’: LANDS – Bush Theatre ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Produced by the incredible company Antler, Lands is a story of two women, puzzles and a trampoline. We follow their story as one tries to finish their puzzle, while the other tries to give u…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal For THE TELL-TALE HEART at the National Theatre by BroadwayWorld

A young playwright rents an attic flat in Brighton, hoping it will break the writer's block that's preventing her from following up on her wildly successful debut. Whilst there, she forms a …

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Review: In This Hope: A Pericles Project by John Bavoso

In fraught times, where do you go to find hope? Assuming the answer is not “within yourself,” might I suggest the basement of a church where, seated in a circle with a group of strangers…

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The Last Days of Mankind review at Leith Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘passionate and ambitious’ by Thom Dibdin

The Last Days of Mankind by Austrian playwright and journalist Karl Kraus has been deemed ‘unstageable.’ Using found texts from newspapers, political

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War Horse, National Theatre review - still touching after all these years by Tim Cornwell

International sensation stirs the heart anew in its return homeWar Horse at the National Theatre on Sunday’s Armistice Day centenary: there were medalled veterans and at least one priest i…

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Photo Coverage: Inside the DGF Gala, Hosted By Kate Baldwin, and Honoring Sheldon Harnick by Walter McBride

Last night, the Dramatists Guild Foundation DGF held its annual Dramatists GuildFoundation Gala at the Manhattan Center in NYC. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out photos from the …

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Dynamo: ‘After my illness, returning to magic in small rooms was the perfect way back’ by Tim Bano

The magician wowed TV audiences with spectacular feats then took to arena tours, before Crohn’s disease laid him low. Now he’s back,

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Join Faves founder Terri to quiz the creatives & stars of Fanatical

Get your geek on! As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Tuesday 20 November 2018, Faves founder Terri Paddock is at the Playground Theatre for the world premiere of new British sci…

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The Broadway Boys: Mr. November 2018 by JK

He's made the news worldwide for decades. He's appeared in several Hollywood films. And he's well-know for his temper, though his closest friends know he can be warm, caring and fiercely pro…

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at the 2018 DGF Gala, Featuring Kate Baldwin, Elizabeth Stanley, and More by Walter McBride

Last night, the Dramatists Guild Foundation DGF held its annual Dramatists Guild Foundation Gala at the Manhattan Center in NYC. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out photos from the…

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THE SIMON AND GARFUNKEL STORY Vaudeville, WC2 & touring by Libby Purves and Friends

LIKE A BRIDGE OVER TROUBLED DECADES….    If you’re my age, it’s a time machine. Songs like The Sound Of Silence and  Bridge Over Troubled Water (bestselling album 1970,71 and 72…

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Two Player Game Comes Back to 54 Below by Jk Clarke

        by Sheila Watko   Even before Joe Iconis (Larson Award winner; Drama Desk nominee; creator of Be More Chill, Broadway Bounty Hunter, The Black Suits) and Geo…

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‘The audience can’t help but feel empathy’: GILDED BUTTERFLIES – Hope Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

Devised by theatre company Tormented Casserole and directed by Kathryn Papworth-Smith, Gilded Butterflies looks at two women who are on death row in the United States.

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Royal and Derngate makes key new hires as it bolsters its production arm by Matthew Hemley

Northampton’s Royal and Derngate theatre has bolstered its production team as it prepares to expand its programme of home-grown work, particularly around

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NEWS: Cherrelle Skeete & Nicola Alexis star in first staging of A Small Place by Featured Content

For the first time ever, Jamaica Kincaid's acclaimed book about Antigua and its exploitation by the West, A Small Place, is brought to the stage at the Gate Theatre this month. Starring Cher…

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NEWS: Cirque du Soleil’s Avatar-inspired show Toruk – The First Flight has UK debut in 2019 by Press Releases

Inspired by James Cameron’s record-breaking movie Avatar, Cirque du Soleil’s uniquely different touring show Toruk – The First Flight will make its UK debut at the Manchester Arena fro…

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Mel Giedroyc gives us the scoop on being in Company by Carly-Ann Clements

We sat down with Mel Giedroyc to find out about her pre-show rituals, working with the rest of the cast and the show itself in this exclusive interview. The post Mel Giedroyc gives us the sc…

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BWW Review: CLYBOURNE PARK, The Weston Studio, Bristol Old Vic by Tim Wright

'Some would say change is inevitable' and nowhere more so than Clybourne Park, a street in Chicago in the 1950s where the first blackfamily are about to move in.

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Keep dancing! The ultimate Strictly boyband will Rip It Up 1960s-style in the West End

From the Strictly Come Dancing ballroom to the West End, The Wanted’s Jay McGuiness returns to the Rip It Up family and joins Olympic gymnast Louis Smith, JLS’ Aston Merrigold and McFly…

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The Last Five Year review at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff – ‘visually and musically compelling’ by Nicholas Davies

Jason Robert Brown’s glorious 2001 musical, exploring a couple’s passionate yet doomed relationship from each partner’s perspective, has seen a number of

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‘Showcasing comic brilliance & an ability to move an audience’: PINTER THREE & FOUR – West End ★★★★ by Anne Cox

The Pinter at the Pinter season continues with parts Three and Four which showcase both Pinter’s comic brilliance and his ability to move an audience.

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Opinion: To close or not to close? by Jeremy Gerard

Heading into the holidays, the Broadway season so far has been remarkable for the breadth of its appeal and the range of subjects. Along with the usual spate of film-to-musical adaptations (…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Rotterdam announces UK tour by Giverny Masso

Olivier award-winning production Rotterdam has announced a major UK tour. Jon Brittain’s comedy, which explores gender and sexuality, premiered at Theatre 503

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Audiences Have Two Weeks Left To Catch Douglas Booth And Clifford Samuel In The European Premiere Of A GUIDE FOR THE HOMESICK by BroadwayWorld

Audiences have two weeks left to catch Ken Urban's arresting new drama A Guide for the Homesick, with its 'mesmerizing performances' Aleks Sierz, Theatre Times by the talented Douglas Booth …

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Review Roundup: What Did The Critics Think of THE OTHER JOSH COHEN? by Review Roundups

The critically-acclaimed musical comedy The Other Josh Cohen opened Off-Broadway last night, Monday November 12, at The Westside Theatre 407 West 43rd Street. Let's see what the critics are …

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Uptown Theatre's $75 million restoration will begin next summer by Chris Jones

The long-awaited, $75 million restoration of the 93-year-old Uptown Theatre — among the highest profile historic rehabs in the city’s history — will begin next summer, Chicago’s Comm…

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Review: Chutney, The Bunker Theatre by Saskia Coomber

Chutney, or “Operation: Chutney” as the characters in Reece Connolly’s play call their “hobby”, takes us through a married couple’s obsession with blood lust, which they satiate …

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ROTTERDAM Will Embark on UK Tour in 2019 by BroadwayWorld

Following three critically acclaimed runs in London and a highly successful transfer to New York, Donnacadh O'Briain's Olivier award-winning production of Rotterdam will now embark on an ext…

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Jess Latowicki: “I became really interested in what the expectations are for female artists” by Rosemary Waugh

Rosemary Waugh chats to Jess Latowicki, one half of Made in China, about how their new show Super Duper Close Up draws inspiration from anxiety, feminism - and skincare. The post Jess Latowi…

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Discover The True Meaning Of Christmas In London This Winter With THE GREATEST SNOWMAN by BroadwayWorld

Immersive theatre and dining experts Funicular are inviting festive Londoners to board a luxury train carriage this Christmas for an evening of good tidings. But all is not as it seems, as m…

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Wake Up With BWW 11/13: Danny Burstein Hosts BROADWAY SALUTES, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Danny Burstein hosts Broadway Salutes, and more

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The Green Room: Is there a stigma around mental health in showbusiness? by Jon Dryden Taylor

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

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The Brit School’s Olivia Chew: ‘Our mission in production arts is to increase diversity backstage’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre? At 16, I wrote to the Starlight Express wardrobe team and begged to work for

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Hollyoaks actor Nathan Sussex: ‘Do as much research as you can before a casting’ by John Byrne

My first job was in 2000. It was a TV film for the BBC called Care, filmed in Cardiff. It was a

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

The Simon & Garfunkel Story, Vaudeville Theatre review - more tribute act than theatre piece by Liz Thomson

Fakin' it: a production as spare on script as it is on visualsWhat to make of The Simon & Garfunkel Story, which began a week-long residency at London’s Vaudeville Theatre last ni…

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Looking for Gatsby Q&A video and photos: How does F Scott Fitzgerald’s story look from Daisy’s perspective? by Terri Paddock

Swift but swinging! We had less than twenty minutes for last night’s post-show Q&A for new musical Looking for Gatsby but – taking a leaf out of this incredible company’…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Hadestown star Patrick Page: ‘I learned how to speak verse by listening to Olivier and Gielgud’ by Mark Shenton

One of Broadway’s leading men, with a CV ranging from Shakespeare to The Lion King, Patrick Page is making his UK stage

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Look Back at Euan Morton in Taboo on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The show opened 15 years ago on November 13, 2003, at the Plymouth Theatre.

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Costume designer Catherine Kodicek: I love NT Live, but are its fees for backstage staff fair? by Catherine Kodicek

Back in 2010 I could not get tickets to see the National Theatre’s Hamlet, starring Rory Kinnear, so I watched the NT

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0592: But Was It A Lovely War? by MusicalTalk

As the centenary of the Armistice is marked, Thos looks back at Oh What A Lovely War, the best-known First World War musical that didn’t come out of the war! Take a trip into the MusicalTa…

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Apologia Will Take You by Surprise by Gordon Cox

One evening after a recent performance of the play Apologia, its star, Stockard Channing, welcomed three friends backstage — and was astonished to discover that her pals had tears in their…

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The Omer Quartet to make New York Debut in December by Blouin Artinfo

The Omer Quartet will perform at the Merkin Concert Hall, New York, on December 11, 2018.The Omer Quartet, winners of the Young Concert Artists and Borciani Competition, will be in concert a…

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Can Harry Hill teach kids to be funny? by Brian Logan

The big-collared clown’s new touring show is a galloping riot of idiocy aimed at children – and they love it. Whether they learn anything is another matterComedy for kids is on the rise.…

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Non Profits & Buying Locally – Good For The Community vs Bad For Overhead Ratio by Joe Patti

Back in September, Non-Profit Quarterly (NPQ) pointed to a new research study which has found overheard ratio is not a valid measure of organizational effectiveness. In fact, it there is a s…

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Milwaukee Rep’s High Spirited “The All Night Strut” Leaves Audiences Spellbound by Matthew Perta

Reviewed by: Matthew Perta Highly Recommended With a world growing more insane by the minute, [...] The post Milwaukee Rep’s High Spirited “The All Night Strut” Leaves Audi…

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BWW Review: Neil Diamond Is A Boy's Best Friend in THE OTHER JOSH COHEN by Michael Dale

Steve Rosen and David Rossmer's pop rock musical charmer THE OTHER JOSH COHEN has been hitting the regional circuit a bit since its 2012 Off-Broadway production that picked up Drama Desk, Lo…

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Mime, Masks and Movement: Emotional Baggage by Lindsay Price

How do you tell a story without using dialogue? Emotional Baggage by Lindsay Price is an incredibly unique offering for students that focuses on non-verbal storytelling through mask and mov…

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Football Drills with All American's Cody Christian

Football Drills with All American's Cody ChristianYoung Hollywood heads to the Muscle Pharm to find out what it takes to get into pro athlete shape with the help of "All American" star Cody …

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Tuesday, November 13, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Jim Walton Returns to Broadway in Come From Away by Andy Lefkowitz

Stage veteran Jim Walton heads back to the Broadway stage on November 13, stepping into the roles of Nick/Doug & others in the hit musical Come From Away at the Schoenfeld Theatre. Walto…

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Channel 4 Commissions a Documentary Competition Hybrid From Avalon by Blouin Artinfo

Channel 4 has commissioned a brand new documentary competition hybrid, “Can I Improve My Memory?,” from Avalon (“The Russell Howard Hour,” “Catastrophe,” “Taskmaster,” “Las…

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Watch A Bronx Tale Tour Star Joe Barbara Sing ’One of the Great Ones’ by Andrew Gans

The tour currently plays the Hollywood Pantages in Los Angeles.

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Christine Bonansea Premieres “OnlyHuman” as Part of Danspace Project’s Community ACCESS by The Dance Enthusiast

In Christine Bonansea Premieres OnlyHuman as Part of  Danspace Project's Community ACCESS, "Nietzsche is a great source of inspiration for me. The subjects he explores are universal, acce…

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Twyla Tharp Works You've Never Seen - The legendary dance-maker reflects on her years work in 'Minimalism and Me'

The legendary dance-maker reflects on her early years in Minimalism and Me---In 1965, a very brief, rather odd dance performance took place in a Hunter College art studio. The choreographer …

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With His New Off-Broadway Play The Hard Problem, Tom Stoppard Isn’t Slowing Down by Olivia Clement

The four-time Tony winner questions the existence of morality in his latest venture at Lincoln Center Theater.

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