Friday, June 18, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Trestle, Jack Studio Theatre by Asia C

Review: Trestle, Jack Studio Theatre4.0Overall ScoreAs I sit down for Jack Studios’ Trestle, which follows the unfurling relationship between two retired people, I am immediately aware tha…

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Meet the Next on Stage Season 3 Winners! by BroadwayWorld

Get the latest news for Next on Stage HERE: https://bway.world/307PX1P Host Richard Ridge sits down with our season 3 winners Jackson and Mia! They talk about the competition, the advice th…

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In the Weeds of ‘In the Heights’

A conversation about bringing musicals to the big screen, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s artistic choices and the critical blowback to the film’s casting.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Kyle Dean Massey Drops Out Of Broadway’s ‘Company’ by Greg Evans

Kyle Dean Massey has announced that he will not return to the Broadway revival of Company when it resumes performances post-shutdown this December. In a since-expired Instagram story, Massey…

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Jim Caruso’s Cast Party Returns to Birdland Jazz Club by Matthew Wexler

Helmed by Jim Caruso, Broadway's legendary open mic night returns to Birdland Jazz Club beginning July 5 in the heart of Times Square. The post Jim Caruso’s Cast Party Returns to Birdland …

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Raya review – drama about lost youth is a missed opportunity by Miriam Gillinson

Hampstead theatre, LondonDeborah Bruce’s play about the awkward reunion of two fortysomething ex-lovers contains some individually striking observations but too much contrivance Alex (Clai…

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‘Mamma Mia!’ Musical Returns to London’s West End – Global Bulletin by Naman Ramachandran

THEATER Smash hit musical “Mamma Mia!” will return to London’s West End at the Novello Theatre from Aug. 25. The beleaguered U.K. theater sector is operating at a vastly reduced capaci…

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Theatre Review: ‘Scenes From 73* Years’ by Medina Theater Collective, Baltimore Theatre Project by Liz Ruth-Brinegar

“Scenes From 73* Years” was written by Hannah Khalil and produced by the Baltimore Theatre Project in partnership with Medina Theater Collective. Co-directed by Najla Said and Rohina Mal…

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Game: True/False: The Andrew Lloyd Webber Edition by JK

Andrew Lloyd Webber sure is making headlines these days! Not only is he opening a new show, Cinderella, but he took on the U.K. government as well. Before it was all over, we thought we migh…

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Commemorate Juneteenth With 5 Top Shows, Past and Present, Streaming Now

From Anna Deavere Smith to Jomama Jones, these are some of our critics' highly recommended shows that you can watch at home now.

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The Playbill Weekend Streaming Guide: What to Watch June 18-20 by Talaura Harms

Broadway Bares, John Owen-Jones in concert, and more online offerings this weekend.

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André De Shields Isn’t Done With ‘King Lear’ (or ‘Hadestown’) by Nancy Coleman

The actor is performing the coveted role for a second time, and is already aiming for a third. But first: He’s returning to Broadway in September.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Su Teatro and Control Group deliver local history with vision and verve in these two plays by Lisa Kennedy, The Know

Productions "The War of the Flowers" and "After the Flood" from Su Teatro and Control Group deliver local history with vision and verve.

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Just Too Good to Be True! Casting Announced for Jersey Boys' West End Return by Lindsey Sullivan

Oh what a night July 28 will be for this cast! The West End return of Jersey Boys is set to star fresh talents Ben Joyce as Frankie Valli, Adam Bailey as Bob Gaudio, Benjamin Yates as Tommy …

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Tabby Lamb: “One day I want to be an Artistic Director” by A Younger Theatre

In our latest video interview, we chat to theatremaker, Tabby Lamb about Carly Rae Jepson, their latest project, Darling and put the world to rights on there being more creative roles held b…

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Watch the Video for 'Shame Shame,' Debut Pop-Dance Track From The Neon Coven's Brandon Alberto by Talaura Harms

Alberto premiered the first single from his upcoming EP live at Playbill Pride's Glimmer of Light concert June 17.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)
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LISTEN: Jennifer Hudson Releases 'Here I Am (Singing My Way Home)' From RESPECT!

Hear the new Carole King-cowritten track from the upcoming Aretha Franklin biopic.

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New York Theater Remains Overwhelmingly White, Marginalized Communities “Vastly Underfunded”, Study Finds by Greg Evans

A new study analyzing racial equity in arts funding in New York City finds that public and private contributions to the 18 largest and predominantly white non-profit theater companies garner…

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WATCH: Our Next on Stage Winners, Jackson and Mia, Chat with Richard Ridge!

Our Next on Stage Season 3 winners, Jackson and Mia, got to chat with Richard Ridge about the competition, the advice from the judges, and more.

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Behind the scenes at Heathers The Musical by Hira Desai

Christina Bennington who plays Veronica Sawyer takes us on a behind-the-scenes tour ahead of the opening of Heathers The Musical this month. The post Behind the scenes at Heathers The Music…

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Allen René Louis and Michael McElroy on Broadway Inspirational Voices' Past, Present, Future by Talaura Harms

Ahead of a Juneteenth concert, the incoming and outgoing artistic directors discuss joy out of struggle and a time of transition for the choir.

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Hunter Foster, Taylor Trensch, Sarah Stiles, Fred Grandy & More Announced for Theatre Aspen's SOLO FLIGHTS FESTIVAL

Ahead of the start of the 38th Season, Theatre Aspen announced today that after a successful first flight, the organization will present its second annual one-person show festival, Solo …

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Will Not Participate in Boris Johnson's 'Pilot Scheme' to Open CINDERELLA

Earlier this week, UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced that the full re-opening of West End theatres has been delayed to July 19, but added that he planned to work with Webber on a p…

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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AAPAC's New Theatre Diversity Study Underscores Prominence of White Leadership on NYC Stages by Ryan McPhee

The coalition's latest Visibility Report tracks representation in the 2018–2019 Broadway and Off-Broadway season.

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Happy Days review – Lisa Dwan swings from laughter to gothic gravity by Arifa Akbar

Riverside Studios, LondonTrevor Nunn’s production of Samuel Beckett’s classic play is stronger on music-hall comedy than bleakness When Peggy Ashcroft played Winnie at the National Theat…

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Y’MAM: Young Man’s Angry Movements review – one-man show gets a grip on toxic masculinity by Mark Fisher

Liverpool EverymanMajid Mehdizadeh (AKA Luke Jerdy from Hollyoaks) explores modern-day manhood and the contagion of everyday violence Male violence is like a virus. That is how it comes acro…

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Kandi Burruss Joins ‘Thoughts Of A Colored Man’ Broadway Producing Team by Greg Evans

Kandi Burruss, the Grammy-winning singer/songwriter and The Chi actress, has joined the producing team for the upcoming Broadway debut of Keenan Scott II’s Thoughts of a Colored Man starri…

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Go Inside Playbill’s Pride Concert, Glimmer of Light, With These Showstopping Photos by Playbill Staff

The event, featuring the Neon Coven, Dorinda Medley, Drag Race alum Jan, and more, was celebrated at Radial Park June 17.

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June 18, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week by Reilly Hickey

June 18, 2021: What TheaterMakers Are Talking About This Week   Here’s what TheaterMakers were talking about this week . . .   1 – Katori Hall’s “Hot Wing King” Wins Pulitzer Pri…

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‘Beautifully memorialised’: ODE TO JOYCE – Jermyn Street Theatre (Online review) by John Chapman

Ode To Joyce is an enjoyable 75 minute celebration of the wit and wisdom of a self-effacing performer who did much to pave the way for a later generation of women to seize the comic nettle.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Little Rock’s Robinson Performance Hall Announces the 2021-2022 Broadway Season by Matthew Herzog

Celebrity Attractions has announced a lineup of five national Broadway tours coming in the Celebrity Attractions’ 2021-2022 Broadway Season to Robinson Performance Hall (Little Rock, AR)…

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Ars Nova Announces Its 2021-22 Season

Heather Christian's Oratorio for Living Things, directed by Lee Sunday Evans, will return as a part of the new season.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch's Neil Patrick Harris and Lena Hall Reunite on Stars in the House June 18 by Andrew Gans

Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

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Tools To Help De-Jargon Your Messaging by Ceci Dadisman

Note: There are no affiliate links included in this post.  In my war against jargon, I’ve come across a couple of tools that can help simplify our messaging quickly and easily. Neither ar…

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“Ram” Turns 50 by Trav S.D.

Having done a couple of posts on Paul McCartney, and over two dozen on the Beatles, I am planning a new one that will take into account his work of the last three decades, which I haven’t …

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Cast Complete for London Return of Jersey Boys by Andrew Gans

The original Broadway creative team reunites at the newly renovated Trafalgar Theatre.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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London Mamma Mia! Reveals Cast for August Return by Andrew Gans

Performances will resume August 25 at the Novello Theatre.

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St. Louis Symphony Orchestra honors Opera Theatre partnership with ‘Operatic Encore’ by Eric Meyer | Special To The Post-Dispatch

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra is offering an "Operatic Encore" concert of popular instrumental music from well-known operas at Powell Hall.

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OTSL gave St. Louis singers a start in high school. Now they're onstage in festival season. by Molly Farrar | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Three singers from the Opera Theatre of St. Louis Artist-in-Training program appear this summer's festival season.

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Watch the West End Cast of Hairspray Perform 'You Can't Stop the Beat' on BBC's The One Show by Talaura Harms

The musical returns to the West End June 21, with Michael Ball and Lizzie Bea as Edna and Tracy Turnblad.

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Counting Together Launches Database to Track Field’s Inclusivity by Amelia Merrill

The database will provide industry-wide statistics on race, gender, and disability in the American theatre.

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Patti LuPone, Regina King, Ewan McGregor, More to Receive Hollywood Walk of Fame Stars by Dan Meyer

Over 35 stars from theatre, television, film, and music are among the famed walkway's Class of 2022.

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Fans with AstraZeneca vaccine won’t get into ‘Springsteen on Broadway’ by Joshua Rhett Miller

"Springsteen on Broadway" has a lengthy Q&A page detailing the vaccination protocols in place — including a mandate that all guests must be fully vaccinated with an FDA-approved shot t…

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With ‘In the Heights,’ Jimmy Smits Sings a Little but Gave It a Lot by Kyle Buchanan

He doesn’t have a musical theater background, so he worked hard to make one line — “Good morning, Usnavi” — ring out. Now that’s how he’s being greeted.

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Control of New York’s Stages Remains in White Hands, a Study Finds by Michael Paulson

The Asian American Performers Action Coalition is hoping for a season of change when theaters reopen.

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Juneteenth 2021: A New Federal Holiday, and a Day of Theater and Music by New York Theater

President Joe Biden signed into a law yesterday a bill establishing Juneteenth as a federal holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, and the online celebrations dur…

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Min Jung Kim resigns as CEO of New Britain Museum of American Art by Susan Dunne

Min Jung Kim has resigned as CEO of the New Britain Museum of American Art.

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Theatres must employ people of colour at every level of production by Asia C

Though she’s overjoyed at the return of in-person theatre, Asia Choudhury is still desperate to see further change both on and off stage. Here, she talks about the need for more people of …

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‘One of the most absorbing & significant plays every written’: HAPPY DAYS – Riverside Studios by Tom Bolton

Samuel Beckett’s Happy Days is, as Lisa Dwan observes, often described as ‘the female Hamlet’. Dwan has played every other female Beckett lead but even she was intimidated by a role pr…

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Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It Documentary Released June 18 by Andrew Gans

The film features interviews with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Whoopi Goldberg, and more.

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What’s Happening June 18-24: Shakespeare in the Park, Father’s Day Native Art Market and more by Vonnai Phair

Summer is right around the corner, and the Puget Sound area is slowly waking up from a pandemic-fueled slumber. To assist you in finding something to spice up your days, here are some virtua…

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Tell Us In 10: Georgia Lennon & Michael Pickering from Lady Chatterley’s Lover by Hira Desai

We're talking to Georgia Lennon and Michael Pickering who will be starring in the new musical adaptation of D.H. Lawrence’s infamous literary classic, Lady Chatterley’s Lover, The post T…

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Celebrate Rodgers and Hammerstein With The Theatre Channel's Episode 7 by Bethany Rickwald

The offering is a collaboration with Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Friday, June 18, 2021, Lee Sunday Evans on “June Rites !!” by Matt Tamanini

“American Utopia” Changes Venue, The Boss Limits Acceptable Vaccines, Matt Interviews Waterwell’s Lee Sunday Evans “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hi…

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The Ballet Star and the Russian Magnate: A Feud Roils the Dance World by Javier C. Hernández

Natalia Osipova and the impresario Vladimir Kekhman, formerly known as Russia’s “Banana King,” once worked closely together.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Helen Mirren Confronted a Wild Black Bear | The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Helen Mirren talks about confronting a black bear that was trying to sneak onto her porch, what's holding her back from becoming an EGOT winner and the time The Who's Keith Moon banged on he…

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Helen Mirren Begged Vin Diesel to Let Her Join the Fast and Furious Cast | The Tonight Show by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon

Helen Mirren discusses her epic driving scene in the Fast and Furious film F9, shares how she ended up starring in three of the films and reveals who her character is named after. The Tonig…

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: It's Pavarotti - the musical! Legendary opera star gets stage show

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: A rehearsed run-through for a new musical, inspired by the Italian opera star's life and with remastered recordings of his voice, is being planned for later this summer.

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BAZ BAMIGBOYE: Kenneth Branagh makes Browning Version a class act 

BAZ BAMIGBOYE: The play is set to run at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith for three weeks from August 5.

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Rita Moreno talks new doc, 'Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It,' upcoming 90th birthday by Usa Today, Entertain This!

Rita Moreno chats with USA TODAY's Patrick Ryan about the new documentary on her life and career, plus her upcoming 90th birthday party.      

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In Our Own Words: Gabrielle Gambino, dancer and choreographer and teacher by Gillian Anne Renault

Gabrielle Gambino is a member of Zoetic Dance Ensemble and a freelance... The post In Our Own Words: Gabrielle Gambino, dancer and choreographer and teacher appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Virtual Theater: DEAR ELIZABETH (Kevin Kline & Meryl Streep) by Nia Liat

Premiering virtually today Thursday, June 17, 2021 at 8pm ET, and playing for an extremely limited time, is Sarah Ruhl’s Dear Elizabeth starring Kevin Kline & Meryl Streep. Presented b…

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Extras: 12 OF THE MOST HILARIOUS TITLE TRANSLATIONS by Aveline Macquoid

12 OF THE MOST HILARIOUS TITLE TRANSLATIONS “Lost in translation” is a common expression. It means that the intent of an original phrase, sentence, piece of writing, etc. was not transla…

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Broadway Reopening: DAVID BYRNE’S AMERICAN UTOPIA (September 17 at the St. James Theatre) by Tony Frankel

RETURNING TO UTOPIA Talking Heads superstar David Byrne has acquired a home for his acclaimed rock spectacle American Utopia — Broadway’s St. James Theatre, beginning Friday, September 1…

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Virtual Theater: Cris Franco’s 57 CHEVY (San Diego REP) by Tony Frankel

HOW BROWN WAS MY VALLEY? Following the successful streamed productions of A Weekend with Pablo Picasso and JQA, San Diego REP is offering a filmed version of Cris Franco’s play 57 Chevy, d…

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Happy Days, Riverside Studios review – memory, madness and melancholy by David Nice

Lisa Dwan’s infinite variety guides us through Beckett’s timeless masterpiece Just when you thought you couldn’t take any more one- or two-handers, online or in the theatre, along come…

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‘The Birthday Cake’ Review: Baked Hoods by Jeannette Catsoulis

This mob drama folds family secrets and fading power into a story of operatic vengeance.

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‘Rita Moreno’ Documentary Review: An Icon’s Growing Pains by Beatrice Loayza

This paean to the trailblazing Puerto Rican actress is also a case study in the highs and lows of showbiz for a woman of color.

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Rita Moreno Has Time Only for the Truth by Michael Schulman

The actress, now eighty-nine, spent decades being typecast and belittled. In a new documentary, she tries to recover her story.

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Rita Moreno clarifies her defense of Lin-Manuel Miranda and ‘In the Heights’ by Christopher Rosen

One day after Rita Moreno defended “In the Heights” creator Lin-Manuel Miranda against criticism that the new musical adaptation failed to accurately represent the Afro-Latino community …

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Disney Must Work Hard to Maintain Early Streaming Progress in Asia-Pacific, Says Study by Patrick Frater

From a standing start 19 months ago, Disney’s video streaming operations in Asia-Pacific have already amassed 36.9 million subscribers. Boosted by launches in more Asian territories this y…

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ArtsBeat TV/Radio 6/18/21: Cape Cod Theatre History by Mark G. Auerbach

NEW ArtsBeat TV/Radio 8AM Friday on WCPC15 and 89.5fm/WSKB. Janis Martinson and Gabe Napoleon preview the return of live events at The Mahaiwe and Westfield native Sue Mellen talks about her…

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Review: Barrington Stage Sings Gershwin by Mark G. Auerbach

My Pioneer Valley Radio review: "Who Could Ask for Anything More: The Songs of George Gershwin" at Barrington Stage Company. segment starts at:1:54

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On the Couch with Jane Clifton

The post On the Couch with Jane Clifton appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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London Theatre News Today: Friday 18 June by Hira Desai

Full cast announced for Jersey Boys musical opening at the new multi-million pound reinstated Trafalgar Theatre on 10 August 2021, The post London Theatre News Today: Friday 18 June appeared…

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‘Sonic screwdrivers at the ready’: DOCTOR WHO – TIME FRACTURE by Ian Foster

It’s the end of the universe – so of course Doctor Who – Time Fracture is utterly chaotic. It is also rather good fun.

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The poetry of Rhonda Ward: A powerful protest and vivid witness to suffering, iniquity and humanity by Rhonda Ward

Rhonda M. Ward is a Connecticut poet whose work reflects on the nuances of everyday life, including women's issue and racial inequality.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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New #BackOnStage prize to be won! by Megan

Post before 31 August 2021 to feature on our wall & be automatically entered to win £200 in Theatre Tokens & a two-night stay at The Resident Covent Garden. The post New #BackOnStag…

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Savage beauty shines in the sharp satire of White Pearl

The post Savage beauty shines in the sharp satire of White Pearl appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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NEWS: The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company will stage a new production of Terence Rattigan’s The Browning Version by Press Releases

The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company has announced a brand new production of Terence Rattigan’s play The Browning Version. The production will play at London’s Riverside Studios from 5-29…

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Full cast announced for Mamma Mia!’s return to the West End this Summer by Hira Desai

The global smash hit musical MAMMA MIA! will return to London’s West End at the Novello Theatre on 25 August 2021.  Now in its 23rd year in London, producer Judy Craymer is delighted t…

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Let’s make some music on Make Music Day 2021!

The post Let’s make some music on Make Music Day 2021! appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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The Last Abbot of Reading review – Tudor history goes back where it came from by Mark Lawson

Reading Abbey RuinsBeth Flintoff’s atmospheric Reformation drama casts Henry VIII as a Boris-like bully, and is staged amid the ruins of his Catholic frenemy’s abbey With so many people …

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Artwork honouring First Nations community to overlook Sydney Harbour

The post Artwork honouring First Nations community to overlook Sydney Harbour appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The limits of advocacy: arts sector told to stop worrying and be happy

The post The limits of advocacy: arts sector told to stop worrying and be happy appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Darwin Festival launches 2021 program by Aussie Theatre

Darwin Festival 2021 is bringing big ideas and unique perspectives to stages and venues across Darwin from 5-22 August. The

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Darwin Festival launches full 2021 program

The post Darwin Festival launches full 2021 program appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Friday, June 18, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Lincoln Center Celebrates Pride by Matthew Wexler

Lincoln Center celebrates Pride Month with the plaza lit up with colorful lights. (Photo: Chris Lee) Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts celebrates Pride this… The post Lincoln Center C…

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Theatre in the Time of Protest: “Glass Menagerie” at the Théâtre de l’Odéon by Lara Cox

History, as they say, has a habit of repeating itself. When French theatre-makers seized hold of and occupied the Théâtre de l’Odéon in Paris for two and half months between March and M…

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Checking In With… Jose Llana, Star of The King and I, Here Lies Love, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee by Andrew Gans

Llana will be part of the ninth annual Night of a Thousand Judys to raise money for the Ali Forney Center.

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West End Revival of Constellations, Featuring 4 Casts, Begins June 18 With Ivanno Jeremiah and Sheila Atim by Andrew Gans

The Donmar Warehouse production of Nick Payne's two-hander, directed by Michael Longhurst, plays the Vaudeville Theatre.

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