Friday, May 26, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: The Girls announces West End closure and UK tour

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's musical will finish its run in July

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Review Roundup: Robert Schenkkan's BUILDING THE WALL Opens Off-Broadway by Review Roundups

BUILDING THE WALL, the new play by Pulitzer and Tony winner Robert Schenkkan All The Way, Hacksaw Ridge - Academy Award nominee The Kentucky Cycle, opened in its New York premiere on May 21s…

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In the Moment: Interviews with Flying V’s Jason Schlafstein and Sydney Moore by David Siegel

With monikers like, Become Awesome and The Theatre for People Who Don’t Think They Like Theatre, Flying V burst onto the DC-metro area theater scene. In 2015, Flying V received the Helen H…

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Review: Camelot

Is less more for this Lerner & Loewe classic?

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Art of Luv (Part 5): Swipe Right / ROKÉ Cupid

The Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble finds religion in a match stack.

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Dance review: 'ABBEY: In the Red' rich with Pittsburgh talents, soulful jazz by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It’s rare when you find a project that so beautifully illuminates the talents of a rich Pittsburgh artist collective as in “ABBEY: In the Red,” now on view at the August Wilson Center …

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Pip's travels are long but worth the trip in 'Great Expectations' by Kerry Reid

In "Great Expectations," Charles Dickens crafted an indelible portrait of a young man of no means whose desires to be a "gentleman" almost come true — but with tragic consequences. At its …

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For the Fans, By the Fans! Lindsay Mendez, Ben Platt & More Step Out for the 2017 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards by Broadway.com

The 2017 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards ceremony took place on May 25 and could not have happened without you, the fans! Take a look at the red carpet to see this year's winners, in…

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Gorgeous Portraits of the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Winners by Broadway.com

Strike a pose! A slew of Great White Way favorites, including Ben Platt, Lindsay Mendez and Andrew Rannells, celebrated their Broadway.com Audience Choice Award wins on May 25 at 48 Lou…

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Musical director Donna Feore is Stratford’s secret weapon by J. Kelly Nestruck

Almost three decades after her festival debut in Guys and Dolls, the go-to musical director is set to bring it to the modern stage

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Barlow & Firth's THE GIRLS to Hit the Road in 2018 by BroadwayWorld

David Pugh amp Dafydd Rogers, the producers of Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's new musical comedy, The Girls, based on the true story, the film and the award-winning play by Tim Firth, Calendar …

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Spotlight On...Jude Treder-Wolff by Michael Block

Name: Jude Treder-WolffHometown: Berlin, WIEducation: Master of Social Work from Stonybrook University; Bachelor of Fine Arts in Music Therapy and Vocal Performance from University of Wiscon…

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What I Love: Beowulf Boritt, Set Designer, Renovates His Home by Joanne Kaufman

When Beowulf Boritt and his wife bought a prewar fixer-upper, he used all the tricks he learned in the theater to redo it.

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Review: Rom-Com as Ritual in ‘The Art of Luv (Part 5)’ by Alexis Soloski

Video clips, incense and guided meditation are mashed up in Royal Osiris Karaoke Ensemble’s offbeat exploration of courtship in the age of the app.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Bella: An American Tall Tale

Robert O'Hara directs the production at Playwrights Horizons.

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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The Girls to close in the West End July by Georgia Snow

West End musical The Girls is to end its run at the Phoenix Theatre in July, after five months. Following its London

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Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812 Tony-Nominated Choreographer Sam Pinkleton Counts Down His 10 Ultimate Tony Moments

Sam Pinkleton, Tony Award nominee for his choreography in the Broadway hit Natasha, Pierre, and the Great Comet of 1812, shares his 10 ultimate Tony Award performances.

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BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - THE WHIRLIGIG by Ken Fallin

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

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Backstage with Richard Ridge: They Know Where They've Been- Kristin Chenoweth & Neil Meron Reminisce About HAIRSPRAY LIVE! by Richard Ridge

Just a few months ago, Kristin Chenoweth was complaining about the new girl and singing about her time as Miss Baltimore Crabs as Velma Von Tusslein NBC's HAIRSPRAY LIVE Now she has joined p…

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VIDEO: BRIGHT STAR's Carmen Cusack and Paul Alexander Nolan Sing 'Falling Slowly' from ONCE by BroadwayWorld

BRIGHT STAR Tony Awardnominee Carmen Cusack returned to Feinstein's54 Below earlier this spring after a sold-out summer engagement to share the stories and songs that brought her to Broadway…

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Ariana Grande Releases Message of Hope & Healing; Announces Manchester Benefit Concert by BroadwayWorld

Today, Ariana Grande turned to Twitter to share a message of love, hope and healing with her fans and with the families of the victims of the horrific act of terrorism which occurred just af…

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Visual Arts Review: Matisse in the Studio — Objects Inspiring Art by Arts Fuse Editor

Matisse said his objects were his "working library," sources to mine for formal qualities and their ability to evoke an emotional response.

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Choirs Salute Wicked Composer to End “Artlessness” in Public Schools by Robert Viagas

An Evening with Stephen Schwartz is set for June 17 in Philadelphia.

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Looking Back While Looking Forward by Michael Block

By Michael BlockKids these days. At my age, I look at the title of this cabaret and I want to slap the star in the face. A retrospective at 25? It surely is premature! But if you take take i…

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Watch Bright Star's Carmen Cusack and Paul Alexander Nolan Reunite to Perform a Once Duet by Ryan McPhee

The two sang the Oscar-winning “Falling Slowly” at Cusack's recent Feinstein's/54 Below concert.

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Podcasts: Where Should We Begin — deeply personal

Couples undergo relationship counselling in this astonishingly frank series

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Photo Flash: The Boy Who Danced on Air Opens at Abingdon Theatre Company

Tony Speciale directs the production.

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Patti LaBelle Wants To Play Dolly After Bette Midler by BroadwayWorld

Patti LaBelle wants her shot at Dolly Levi In an interview with WWD.comshe says she was offered the lead role for the current revival four years ago, but turned it down.

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Will Abby Lee Miller's Post-Prison Project Be DANCE MOMS: THE MUSICAL? by BroadwayWorld

As previously reported, DANCE MOMS star AbbyLee Miller will serve one year in prison, after being sentenced for bankruptcy fraud. Miller was charged with attempting to hide 775,000 of her ea…

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Photo Flash: Helen Mirren, Kelli O'Hara, Krysta Rodriguez and Brandon Victor Dixon Take Part in 15th Anniversary SAY Gala by BroadwayWorld

This past weekThe Stuttering Association for The Young SAY 15thAnniversary Gala honored some amazing people with a performance that featured stars of stage and screen as well and members of …

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VIDEO: WAR PAINT Cast Album Out Today; Go Inside the Studio with New Medley! by BroadwayWorld

Ghostlight Records has released the Original Broadway Cast Recording of the new musical War Paint - starring two-time Tony Award winners Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole - in digital and …

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Marquee Five and Ritzel’s Revelers and 54 Below Salute Broadway by Rob Lester

Guess who’s back in town and on Broadway? I don’t mean Dolly, it’s that group full of radiant harmony, Marquee Five, although you will hear something from Hello, Dolly! and other Broad…

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FIRST LOOK: Beauty and the Beast on Disney Cruise Line

Take a first look at Beauty and the Beast on Disney Cruise Line.

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Norm Lewis, Carolee Carmello, and More on Making Sweeney Todd a Bloody Delicious Experience by Ryan McPhee

The Off-Broadway revival places the audience in the center of the action.

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Watch Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole Shine in a War Paint Medley by Andrew Gans

The Broadway cast recording is released digitally May 26 on the Ghostlight Records label.

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A Pip in India: How ‘Great Expectations’ Translates to a New Setting by American Theatre Editors

Remy Bumppo Theatre Company and Silk Road Rising coproduce Tanika Gupta's cross-cultural Dickens adaptation.

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Review: 'T.' has Tonya Harding but no Nancy — and no point by Chris Jones

In 1994, an American skater named Nancy Kerrigan was whacked on the thigh with a baton wielded by Shane Stant, a thug hired in part by Jeff Gillooly, the ex-husband of Kerrigan's fiercest do…

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Odds & Ends: Laurie Metcalf on Surprisingly Funny A Doll’s House, Part 2, Must-See War Paint Video & More by Broadway.com

Laurie Metcalf on Surprisingly Funny A Doll's House, Part 2 Laurie Metcalf just received her fourth Tony nomination for her fierce performance as Nora in Lucas Hnath's new play …

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See Bette Midler & More Celebrate Their Wins at the Outer Critics Circle Awards by Broadway.com

The 2017 Outer Critics Circle Awards took place on May 25 at Sardi's. Hello, Dolly! star Bette Midler, Gavin Creel, David Yazbeck and a slew of stage faves stepped out for the big event.…

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Quizzes: Test your theatre knowledge: Quiz of the month

How closely have you been paying attention to WhatsOnStage this month?

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Theatre News: On the Town actor replaced due to injury

The show's opening has been postponed until Tuesday

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Week in Review 5.19.17 by Robin Riegelhaupt

Honoring excellence in off-Broadway, the Off-Broadway Alliance Award winners were announced this week. The Vineyard Theatre production of Paula Vogel's INDECENT won Best New Play, and the si…

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Bette Midler Accepts Her Award For “Hardest Job I’ve Ever Had.” by New York Theater

“This is the hardest job I’ve ever had in my whole life. You people on Broadway are nuts,” Bette Midler said at the Outer Critic’s Circle Award reception at Sardi’s for…

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: First Look at ON THE TOWN at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre; Cast Member Replaced Due to Injury by BroadwayWorld

On The Town runs at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre until 1 July 2017. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the cast in action below

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On Not ‘Getting It’ by Dan O'Neil

When one goes to the beach, does one lie on the sand and watch the water? Or does one wade in until they can barely reach the bottom?

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Ethnodrama and Her Opponent: The Drama in the Data by Adewunmi@howlround.com (adewunmi)

By Holly L. Derr. Holly L. Derr looks at ethnodrama and Her Opponent , a restaging of excerpts of the 2016 presidential debates with gender-reversed casting.

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Get a First Look at Regent's Park On the Town by Andrew Gans

Jacob Maynard has replaced Fred Haig, who withdrew from the London engagement following an injury.

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Fred Haig pulls out of On the Town after injury by Tim Bano

Fred Haig has pulled out of Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre’s production of On the Town after sustaining a fractured foot, the

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Broadway Bucket List: Watch Tony Nominee Brandon Uranowitz Sing Three of His Dream Roles

Watch Brandon Uranowitz sing dream roles like Leo Frank in Parade and Amy in Company.

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Magic Time!: ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ at Signature Theatre by John Stoltenberg

There’s an extraordinarily tender and touching moment in Signature Theatre’s ebullient Jesus Christ Superstar when Mary Magdalene (Natascia Diaz), after singing her gorgeous ball…

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Photo Coverage: Jeff McCarthy Takes Bows in KUNSTLER at Barrington Stage Company by Stephen Sorokoff

The flyers on the seats at Barrington Stage Company's St Germain Stage were from a 1995 college appearance by William Kunstler, They said in bold letters 'BOYCOTT - Kunstler is a sellout and…

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Photo Coverage: Bette Midler, Jenn Colella and More Celebrate 67th Annual Outer Critics Circle Theatre Awards by Walter McBride

Outer Critics Circle, the organization of writers and commentators for media covering New York theatre announcedits award winners for the 2016-17 season in 27 categories earlier this month. …

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Tony Awards Close-Up: Mimi Lien Explains the Her Ever-Changing GREAT COMET Designs! by BroadwayWorld TV

The brilliant Mimi Lien earned one of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812's twelve Tony nominations, for her scenic design. Below, watch as she chats about transforming the Imperial …

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Broadway Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 5/26/2017 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 5262017.

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THE MIKADO – Touring by Johnny Fox

I’ve said this lots of times before but you can’t spoof a spoof – when written in 1885 The Mikado was already a parody, satirising British Imperial politics and institutions by transpo…

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Photo Flash: Chita Rivera, Jane Lynch, and More Perform at Concert for America

Seth Rudetsky hosted the event at UCLA's Royce Hall on May 24.

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Features: The week in pictures: 20 - 26 May

John Boyega opens in Woyzeck, Miranda Hart moves into the West End and a new Wicked cast make this week's pics

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Features: Dream casting: Pretty Woman the Musical

With the news that Jerry Mitchell is preparing to take his musical adaptation of Pretty Woman to Broadway, we choose our ideal cast for the show

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Theater News: Cats, School of Rock, and More to Take Part in Fleet Week Broadway Showcase

The free event will take place at the Intrepid Museum.

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Photo Flash: Bette Midler, Laura Linney, and More Receive Outer Critics Circle Awards

The honors were presented at Sardi's on May 25.

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War Paint's Douglas Sills Reveals His Backstage Must-Haves: Flowers, Photos of Acting Giants & a 'Tin Can with String' by Broadway.com

War Paint's Douglas Sills shows off his favorite dressing room items backstage at the Nederlander Theatre.

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For the Fans, By the Fans! Ben Platt & More Step Out for the 2017 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards by Broadway.com

The 2017 Broadway.com Audience Choice Awards ceremony took place on May 25 and could not have happened without you, the fans! Take a look at the red carpet to see this year's winners, in…

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Which Movie Musicals Should Get Sequels? by Lindsey Sullivan

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

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Bottoms Up: Backstage at the Something Rotten! Tour with Rob McClure, Episode 14: You're Doin' Fine, Oklahoma! by Broadway.com

Rob McClure takes us to see a little house on the prairie, the center of the universe, a giant blue whale, the Golden Digger, Route 66 and more as the Something Rotten! tour stops in Tulsa.

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BWW TV: Chatting with the Cast of LOVE IN IDLENESS on Opening Night at the Apollo! by BroadwayWorld TV

Following a sold-out run at the Menier Chocolate Factory, Trevor Nunn's revival of Terence Rattigan's brilliant comedy Love in Idleness has just transferred to the Apollo Theatre. Click belo…

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West End Stars Grace the Stage to Support The National Brain Appeal by BroadwayWorld

Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Ashleigh Gray Wicked The Musical, Antony Hewitt Aladdin, Nicholas McLean The Book of Mormon, Irvine Iqbal Aladdin, Joelle Dyson Dreamgirls, Lauren Chia Aladdin, The Twin…

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Rodin — ham-fisted

An old-fashioned film that gives shamefully short shrift to Camille Claudel

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Choreographer Mark Morris: 'I can be very scary' by Judith Mackrell

He may be nearing 60 but Mark Morris has no time for looking back. The great choreographer is too busy swearing, feuding – and creating dazzling dance. Judith Mackrell sees him in actionWi…

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Video: GROUNDHOG DAY - A Look Back From Screen to Stage by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is taking a look back on GROUNDHOG DAY - from screen to stage Groundhog Day tells the story of Phil Connors Andy Karl, a disgruntled big-city weatherman mysteriously stuck in s…

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An Octoroon review – blackface meets whiteface in quicksilver drama by Michael Billington

Orange Tree, RichmondBranden Jacobs-Jenkins’s extraordinary play is both an adaptation of a 19th-century melodrama and a dazzling postmodernist critique of itIf I say that this bizarrely b…

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Miranda Hart: 'I used to think fame would justify my whole existence' by Hannah Ellis-Petersen

The much-loved actor has conquered radio and TV, comedy and drama. Now she is heading to the West End stage – the realisation of a childhood dream The name Miranda Hart has become synonymo…

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Dance safety course launches online by Tim Bano

Community dance company People Dancing has launched an online learning programme to prevent injuries among dancers. Preparing for Safer Dance Practice has

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FIRST LOOK: Norm Lewis and Carolee Carmello Join the Off-Broadway Company of Sweeney Todd

Norm Lewis, Carolee Carmello and their exceptional colleagues at Sweeney Todd sit down with Playbill to discuss the immersive Off-Broadway production.

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Radio 4 launches live ‘virtual-reality’ theatre show by Georgia Snow

  The BBC is launching a new live theatre programme for Radio 4. Described as “virtual reality for radio”, Theatre on 4

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Leslie Odom Jr. Joins Lineup for Boston Pops Fireworks Spectacular by Andrew Gans

Alan Menken will also compose a new song for the celebration.

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THE FRIDAY SIX: Q&As with Your Favorite Broadway Stars with Ensemble Studio Theatre's Marathon Playwrights! by BroadwayWorld

In this week's special edition, we caught up with playwrights from Ensemble Studio Theatre's Marathon of One-Act Plays. Series A featuresEl GrandebyMaggie Diaz Bofill,How My Grandparents Fel…

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Good Time — nocturnal and nervy

Robert Pattinson turns in a winning performance in the Safdie brothers’ edgy crime thriller

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Theater Raid Brings About Fear of a Crackdown in Moscow by BroadwayWorld

Fears of a crackdown have been set off in Moscow since a renowned artistic director was brought in for questioning as part of a corruptive investigation this week.

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AN OCTOROON – Orange Tree Theatre by Aleks Sierz

This is phenomenal. And pretty wild. Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’s An Octoroon is the most intelligent and most theatre-savvy play on today’s London stage: it is a satire on staging race, an …

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Theater News: Roman Holiday, Starring Stephanie Styles and Drew Gehling, Begins Performances

Marc Bruni directs the musical at the Golden Gate Theatre.

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Chita Rivera, Ben Vereen, and More Sing Out at Concert for America May 24 by Marc J. Franklin

The event, held in UCLA's Royce Hall, is the 5th concert in the fundraising series to benefit five national organizations working to protect human rights.

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Review: ‘Golden Cockerel’ at New Opera NYC by Steve Cohen

Golden Cockerel (Coq d’Or) is a musical fantasy that was popular in the first half of the twentieth century but rarely seen since. Nikolai Rimsky-Korsakov composed it in 1907 with splashy …

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Theatre News: New season at Battersea Arts Centre announced

The line-up paves the way for the re-opening of the Grand Hall next year

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Beautiful: the Carole King Musical is ending its West End Run

Olivier, Tony and Grammy award winning show Beautiful: The Carole King Musical is ending its London run on 5 August 2017. The show, which has been a feature of the West End for over two year…

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First Stars Announced for July Concert for America in Seattle by Robert Viagas

Kerry Butler and other Broadway names will sing at Fifth Avenue benefit for human rights organizations.

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Christine Ebersole Announces Cabaret Series After the Ball... by Robert Viagas

The Tony-nominated co-star of War Paint will do her solo show at Feinstein’s/54 Below.

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The Compass Welcomes Actor Amelia McClain by Playbill Staff

Leah Walsh hosts the podcast, where industry professionals share their unique artistic journeys.

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VIDEO: 30 Days of TONY, Day 16: MISS SAIGON Makes a Star Out of Lea Salonga by Stage Tube

Welcome to BroadwayWorld's Tony Award Countdown 30 Days of TONY, a loving look at some of the most memorable moments from Tony's history featuring today's nominees

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BWW Interview - Debut of the Month - CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY's Yesenia Ayala by Caryn Robbins

Today, Yesenia Ayala speaks exclusively to BWW about making her Broadway debut and living out her own 'American Dream.'

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Rialto Chatter: Nathan Lane-Led Revival of ANGELS IN AMERICA Heading to Broadway Next Season? by BroadwayWorld

London's National Theatre's revival of ANGELS IN AMERICA, starring Nathan Lane, may find its way across the pond to the Great White Way

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Bette Midler, Laura Linney, and More at the 2017 Outer Critics Circle Awards by Hannah Vine

Bette Midler, Come From Away, and The Band’s Visit were among the winners at the 67th Annual awards.

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Play it Again, Phil: ‘Groundhog Day’ by Matthew Wexler

By April Stamm When the whole point is inane, frustrating, and annoying repetition, how could there possibly be hope for entertainment? Moviegoers asked themselves the same question in 1993,…

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The Arts on the Stamps of the World — May 26 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Howard Skempton, Louis Andriessen, et al: First Drop — ‘ideal sampler’

First-rate performances of short works provide a snapshot of contemporary choral music

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Review Round Up: Lettice & Lovage, Menier Chocolate Factory by Emma Clarendon

Felicity Kendal and Maureen Lipman star in Trevor Nunn’s production. But what are critics making of it?

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Bruckner: Symphony No. 3 — ‘imposing start’

Breadth and power are the watchwords, leavened by the Leipzig players’ warmth of sound

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Roger Waters: Is This the Life We Really Want? — ‘grievance and ego’

The Pink Floyd star’s voice remains formidable on his first solo album for 25 years

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Lil Yachty: Teenage Emotions — ‘annoying the purists’

The rapper is carried along by a nice contrast between heavy basslines and catchy melodies

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Alt-J: the nice, quiet ones

The British band have become huge in the US — but never get recognised in the street

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Lully: Armide — ‘orchestral sonorities’

With its vivid central role, the opera captivatingly mixes fantasy and human passion

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Christian Sands: Reach — ‘wit and rhythmic support’

The pianist delivers hip-hop and contemporary narrative jazz, plus tributes to Chick Corea and Bud Powell

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Kite Base: Latent Whispers — ‘brooding textures’

Forceful basslines lie at the heart of the music, a gothic take on Savages’ post-punk sound

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The Unthanks: Diversions Vol 4: The Songs And Poems Of Molly Drake — ‘dappled pastoral’

In their latest of their series the group perform material once recorded by Nick Drake’s mother

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The Heliocentrics: A World of Masks — ‘psychedelic turn’

Bass and drums pulse away while synthesisers and guitars swirl kaleidoscopically

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Is London's Angels in America Heading to Broadway? by Andrew Gans

The National Theatre production features Nathan Lane and Andrew Garfield.

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How Does Tony Nominee Laurie Metcalf Prepare for A Doll’s House, Part 2 Each Night? by Ruthie Fierberg

The four-time Tony nominee tells Stephen Colbert about her nightly routine and how the reboot of TV’s Roseanne came to be.

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Art collectors who turn obstacles into opportunities

Andrew and Christine Hall talk about the challenges of collecting and exhibiting across two continents

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Snapshot: ‘You Get Me?’ by Mahtab Hussain

Over nine years, the photographer took hundreds of portraits of young, working class, British Muslim men

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Pavel Brázda: out of dystopia

The work of the nonagenarian Czech artist is being celebrated at last

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Tony Winner Victoria Clark Set for Barnes & Noble Conversation by Andrew Gans

The actor will join acting coach Michael Howard for discussion about his new book.

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The Gabriels, Attenborough Centre for the Creative Arts — ‘gloriously unshowy’

Richard Nelson returns to the Brighton festival with a trilogy set on politically significant dates

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L’Hôtel du Libre-échange, Comédie-Française — ‘a fine vaudeville’

Fashion and theatre designer Christian Lacroix tries his hand at a Feydeau farce

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Building the Wall, New World Stages, New York — ‘a plunge into the near future’

A chillingly plausible account of how a round-up of undocumented immigrants could lead to murderous chaos

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, May 26, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Features: A Week in the Life of Twelfth Night's Le Gateau Chocolat

We asked Gateau to take us behind the scenes for a glimpse into the preparations for Emma Rice's final production at the Globe

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VIDEO: Laurie Metcalf Warms Up for Broadway with Tongue Twister Competition on LATE SHOW by BroadwayWorld

On last night's LATE SHOW, Broadway star and Tony nominee Laurie Metcalf got a vocal warmup ahead of her performance in A DOLL'S HOUSE PART 2 with a tongue twister competition.

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Watch Award-Winning Shows on BroadwayHD and Vote for the Theater Fans' Choice Awards by BroadwayWorld

As the Tony Awards approach, and New York's other prestigious awards are being handed out, what better time to dive into some of Broadway's best productions ever captured on film. In Broadwa…

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Greg Hicks as Richard III by John Morrison

Greg Hicks mesmerises the audience for three hours with a performance that mingles sadism, misogyny, venom and flashes of humour, distilled and concentrated by the Arcola theatre's tiny stag…

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DA Nixon wins first ever Writers in Theatre Award by Georgia Snow

Playwright DA Nixon has won Out of Joint’s inaugural playwriting award. The Writers in Theatre Award was set up earlier this year

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The Great Comet’s Denée Benton and Sweeney Todd’s Norm Lewis Have a Frank Chat About Race by Playbill Staff

The two Tony-nominated actors share past experiences, their audition pet peeve, and where they see the industry going in terms of diversity.

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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our Broadway World 5/26 - DIRTY DANCING, LES MIS, WICKED, and More! by BroadwayWorld

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

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Brendon Urie Proves His Theatre Cred Before Taking the Stage in Broadway’s Kinky Boots by Joe Gambino

While this may be his theatrical debut, The Panic! at the Disco frontman is a true musical theatre kid.

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Backlash in Berlin: the theatre battle that puts globalisation centre-stage

How a change of director at the Volksbühne has become a fight for the city’s soul

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Pepperland review – Mark Morris's Lonely Hearts Club dancers are a dream by Judith Mackrell

Royal Court, LiverpoolUsing a bold new score from Ethan Iverson, the choreographer has created a gorgeously entertaining and witty tribute to the classic Beatles albumWith Mark Morris it alw…

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Joe Lycett: ‘Will & Grace was my favourite show growing up’ by Rachel Aroesti

The comedian and Radio 4 host on the things that make him laugh the most, from Smack the Pony to his barberI remember thinking I’d snapped a rib laughing at Tom Stade at Birmingham’s Gle…

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Sasha Regan: ‘Even on a national tour, we beg, steal and borrow like the fringe’ by Mark Shenton

After founding the Union Theatre 20 years ago, the director juggles work on the London fringe with commercial tours. She tells Mark Shenton

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Livestreaming an artist talk with Tadashi Suzuki at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center in New York City—Tues, May 30 by Dorothea_rodgers@emerson.edu (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center in New York City presents an artist talk with Tadashi Suzuki livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network…

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How On the Town gave fresh vigour to musicals by Al Senter

As a London revival of the seminal musical opens, Al Senter looks back at the lasting impact its explosion of youth and

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DAPHNE ORAM’S WONDERFUL WORLD OF SOUND – Touring by Thom Dibdin

There is a freshness and infectious enthusiasm to Daphne Oram’s Wonderful World of Sound. This, allied to a magnetic central performance, overcomes oddities in the script and staging to cr…

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‘Gotthard’ at Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin presents “Gotthard,” a music concert on June 16, 2017 at 8 p.m.The concert will feature Swiss hard rock band Gotthard which was formed in 1990 in Lugano by Stev…

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‘Mignight Oil’ at Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

Huxleys Neue Welt, Berlin presents “Midnight Oil,” a rock concert on June 25, 2017 at 8 p.m.The Australian rock band Midnight Oil will return to Germany with this concert after 21 years.…

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‘Prophets of Rage’ at O2 Academy Brixton, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Prophets of Rage” will perform on June 13, 2017 at 7: 00 pm at O2 Academy, Brixton, London.“Prophets of Rage” was formed in 2016 and is an American rap rock supergroup. The group co…

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‘Nora’ at Sadlers Wells Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Nora” will perform on June 1 & June 2, 2017 at Lilian Baylis Studio of Sadlers Wells Theatre, London.  Dancer duo Nora, Eleanor Sikorski and Flora Wellesley Wesley, present the…

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‘Twelfth Night’ at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Twelfth Night” is currently being staged through August 5, 2017 at Shakespeare's Globe Theatre, London.  The play is written by the legendary William Shakespeare and directed by Em…

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‘Common’ at National Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Common” will be presented from May 30, 2017 onwards through August 5, 2017 at Olivier Theatre of National Theatre, London.  “Common” is a new play by DC Moore and is co-produce…

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‘Calvin Love Residency’ at Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles by Blouin Artinfo

“Calvin Love Residency” will be presented on May 29, 2017 at 8.00 pm at Bootleg Theater, Los Angeles. The artists who will perform along with Calvin Love are Korey Dane, NO WIN, and…

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‘Actually’ at Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles by Blouin Artinfo

‘Actually’ is being staged through June 11, 2017 at Audrey Skirball Kenis Theater of Geffen Playhouse, Los Angeles.  The play is written by Anna Ziegler, directed by Tyne Rafaeli an…

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Video: What to expect from Norfolk and Norwich's City of Literature weekend

We speak to the programme manager and chief executive about the weekend's events

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Algos swap high touch for high tech in art market

Machine learning is coming to an auction near you, writes John Dizard

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Paris in a cheerful mood

Springtime in Paris; Rodin at Artcurial; the theatre of auction; Mario Testino’s art; woolly designer in London

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John Boyega in Woyzeck at the Old Vic, London – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

Harry Potter meets Star Wars in London’s Old Vic’s new production of Woyzeck. Joe Murphy’s production has a script from Cursed Child

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DVD: George Best: All By Himself — ‘a familiar story’

Documentary of the footballer’s ultimate fall from grace, and from gracefulness

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DVD: Toni Erdmann — ‘mesmerising leads’

Captures not just the boredom of conformity but also the ache of unspoken affection

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DVD: The Salesman — ‘film-making at its finest’

A husband becomes hell-bent on revenge after his wife was assaulted

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The Handmaid’s Tale, Channel 4 — feels terrifyingly real

The series is set in Gilead, a totalitarian state whose fertile women are forcibly assigned as a birth surrogate

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BWW's On This Day - May 26, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 26 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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BWW Review: A.A. Milne's THE LUCKY ONE Receives a Rare Revival From The Mint by Michael Dale

One look at the country home setting designer Vicki R. Davis has devised for The Mint Theater Company's intriguing revival of A.A. Milne's rarely visited THE LUCKY ONE and a playgoer wouldn'…

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Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE with Juliet Fischer by Broadway's Backbone

n this episode Juliet Fischer was on track to be a Prima-Ballerina until the puberty fairy came a smacked her with a wand. After years of touring, being a Rockette, and toe tapping in PBS' '…

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Arlington and Rooms - Studies of Isolation by Noreply@blogger.com (judd Hollander)

Reviewed by Judd HollanderPlaywright Enda Walsh examines those caught up in situations of oppression and loneliness with his works Arlington and Rooms. Vastly different in the…

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Cotton Panic! First look at Jane Horrocks' Manchester music drama – video by Guardian Staff

This year’s Manchester international festival features a new gig-theatre show exploring how the US civil war created a cotton famine which caused catastrophe for Lancashire’s mills. It…

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Review: The Boy Who Danced On Air at curtainup.com/ by Elizabeth Ahlfors

this well-crafted production and its gifted performers bring an intriguing, though certainly unsettling tradition to the stage

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CATCH ME – Underbelly Southbank by Laura Kressly

Originally from Quebec, Flip FabriQue deliver Attrape Moi; meaning Catch Me; in London as part of an international tour to Tenerife, Edinburgh, the USA and Quebec Canada. For seventy-five mi…

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THE PLAYBILL RECAP: May 22 - 26

Don't miss this week's top stories in less than a minute!

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Review: May-We-Go-Round? at Brighton Festival by Tracey Sinclair

Fizzing with wit and invention: Tracey Sinclair reviews The Hiccup Project's performance at the Brighton Festival. The post Review: May-We-Go-Round? at Brighton Festival appeared first on E…

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BWW Morning Brief May 26th, 2017 - MARY POPPINS Flies Into Paper Mill and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld This weekend's big news Paper Mill Playhouse's star-studded MARY POPPINS opens on Sunday

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Blogs: Theatre is experiencing a golden age of ensemble acting

Shows such as The Ferryman and Angels in America demonstrate how theatre can soar when an entire cast works together, says Sarah Crompton

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Theatre News: Shows offering free tickets for Kids Week announced

More than 35 shows will offer free tickets to children throughout August

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Review: Review: An Octoroon (Orange Tree Theatre)

Branden Jacobs-Jenkins remixes this 19th century play into a dazzling deconstruction of racial representation

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Review: Margate/Dreamland, Shoreditch Town Hall by Charlotte Irwin

I’ve never been to Margate, Kent, let alone its theme park Dreamland. This had me concerned as I entered Margate/Dreamland at Shoreditch Town Hall’s ditch theatre. Yet somehow during the…

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Theo Clinkard: This Bright Field review – a poetic fusion of sight and sound by Sanjoy Roy

Brighton DomeWith its unorthodox seating, shape-shifting set and even dancers hatching from eggs, this show makes up for some awkward pacing with a wealth of ideas In the brief prologue to T…

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NEWS: Stockard Channing at Trafalgar Studios and London Bubble stages summer season by Ian Foster

Hollywood and Broadway icon Stockard Channing will return to the London stage this summer, to star in a new production of Olivier Award winner Alexi Kaye Campbell’s acclaimed drama Apologi…

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St. Louis Science Center exhibition gives a peek inside King Tut's tomb by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Visitors can walk through a replica of the antechambers and tomb, see replicas of the treasures inside and learn why Tut mania has gripped the world since 1922.

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Best Bets: Irish Fest, Greek Fest, Art Outside, Mississippi Nights, African Arts Festival and more by Go! Magazine Staff

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead.

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10th annual Spring to Dance will showcase more than 30 acts by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Patricia Delgado to perform at the 10th annual Spring to Dance Festival.

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Stockton Globe Theatre to open in 2018/19 after six-year delay by Tim Bano

A grade II-listed art deco cinema in Stockton is set to reopen as a live performance venue after the council approved plans

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‘Trial by Jury’ at ENO Studio, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Trial by Jury” will be performed from June 3 through June 6, 2017 at ENO Studio, London.  It is a satire on the pomposity of the law in this tale of reckless promises and love.“T…

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Snapshot review at the Hope Theatre, London – ‘a pretty skin-deep affair’ by Anna Winter

George Johnston’s Snapshot has confident compositional values but is ultimately a pretty skin-deep affair. It charts the messy course of a London-set

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Jam review at the Finborough Theatre, London – ‘astonishing performances’ by David Ralf

Succeeding in being incredibly tough to watch from a metropolitan, socially liberal perspective, Jam pits a 13-year-old white boy with ADHD from

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X to perform at The State Theatre, Virginia by Blouin Artinfo

The State Theatre in Virginia presents live performance of the American punk rock band X on September 23, 2017.X is an American punk rock band, formed in Los Angeles in 1977, among the first…

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Aladdin, Melbourne by Simon Parris

Shining, shimmering, splendid, Aladdin transports audiences on a magic carpet ride to a whole new world of kaleidoscopic intensity. Looking pleasingly pristine and perfectly polished in Her …

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KMFDM to perform at The State Theatre, Virginia by Blouin Artinfo

The State Theatre in Virginia presents live performance of the German band KMFDM on October 5, 2017.KMFDM is an industrial band led by German multi-instrumentalist Sascha Konietzko, who foun…

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Review: 5 Guys Chillin’, The King’s Head by Daniel Perks

A chill-out that summarises the current state of Britain’s chemsex scene – drugs, sex parties and damaged backstories are all part of the package. 5 Guys Chillin’ is a verbatim consoli…

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‘The Other Side of Hope’ at Barbican Centre, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘The Other Side of Hope’ will be screened at Barbican Centre in London through June 01, 2017.The film is written and directed by Aki Kaurismäki and casts Ville Virtanen, Tommi Korpela a…

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‘Henry V’ at Barbican Centre, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘Henry V’ will be screened at Barbican Centre in London on September 17, 2017. This history play is written by William Shakespeare, adapted for the screen by Kenneth Branagh and cas…

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Bring on the Bollywood review at the Rose Theatre, Kingston – ‘lacklustre and messy’ by Mark Shenton

As a London-based Asian female doctor boards a British Airways flight to India to attend a family wedding, she tells us how

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‘The Running Man’ at Music Box Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“The Running Man” will be screened at Music Box Theatre in New York on May 27, 2017.The film is directed by Paul Michael Glaser and stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Richard Dawson, Maria Con…

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‘Stalker’ at Music Box Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Stalker” will be screened at Music Box Theatre in New York on May 29, 2017.The film is directed by Andrei Tarkovsky and stars Alisa Freyndlikh, Aleksandr Kaydanovskiy and Anatoliy Solon…

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THE HAUNTED THROUGH LODGE – Edinburgh by Thom Dibdin

Wobbly sets, missed cues, mixed-up lines and loudly whispered prompts are all in the script for the mid-eighties am-dram-set comedy taken on by St Serf’s Players for three nights only this…

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‘Seven Spots on the Sun’ at Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Rattlestick Playwrights Theatre in New York presents Martín Zimmerman’s war drama "Seven Spots on the Sun" through June 4, 2017.The play is directed by Weyni Mengesha and tells the story …

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Today on Broadway: Friday, May 26, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: NBC Says Bye Bye to “Bye Bye Birdie Live,” “Ernest Shackleton” to Be Live Streamed, and Details on “Pretty Woman” Musical! “Today on Broadwa…

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‘Cost of Living’ at MTC Stage I at City Centre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

MTC Stage I at City Centre in New York presents "Cost of Living," a play by Martyna Majok through July 16, 2017.The play is directed by Obie Award winner Jo Bonney and stars Jolly Abraham, G…

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‘The Little Foxes’ at Samuel J Friedman Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Samuel J Friedman Theatre in New York presents the performance of Lillian Hellman’s play "The Little Foxes" through July 2, 2017.The play is directed by Daniel Sullivan and stars Laura Lin…

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Photos: Outer Critics Circle 2017 Awards Ceremony by Jk Clarke

          Thursday afternoon, May 25, Broadway’s brightest stars had their moment to shine the Outer Critics Circle held its 67th annual Theatre Awards at Sard…

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A Midsummer Night's Dream – quiz by Florence Goldring

The summer solstice is upon us, and the Royal Shakespeare Company is about to launch its interactive Google performance of the play – so what better way to celebrate than to test your know…

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Spring Reign review – rough and ready account of the Syrian conflict by Lyn Gardner

Albany, LondonInspired by testimony from refugees, aid workers and journalists, Rob Johnston’s drama homes in on the streets of AleppoIt took thousands of years to build Aleppo and only a …

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John Boyega webchat – post your questions now by Guardian Staff

The Star Wars actor is now on stage in Woyzeck, and will answer your questions in a live webchat from 1pm BST on Tuesday 30 May – post them in the comments below 5.31pm BST John Boyega ins…

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The 10 best things to do this week: Barber Shop Chronicles and Sundance by The Guide

The role of the hairdresser in African culture is the subject of a new play, while the best new independent cinema is screened in LondonSaloméThe RSC’s new, contemporary take on Oscar Wil…

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Othello, Sirens and Desh: this week’s best UK theatre and dance by Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

Richard Twyman revives Shakespeare with style, Ontroerend Goed explore feminism and Akram Khan looks at the past through Bangladesh and Britain1 OthelloRichard Twyman’s revival is a real c…

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‘Cagney: The Musical’ at Westside Theatre, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Westside Theatre in New York presents Peter Colley’s musical comedy “Cagney: The Musical” through May 28, 2017.The musical is directed by Bill Castellino and stars Robert Creighton, Je…

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Theatre News: Made in Scotland Showcase 2017 programme announced

The showcase presents theatre created in Scotland at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Theatre News: George Sampson joins cast of Our House

The Britain's Got Talent winner will join Deena Payne and Jason Kajdi

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Chummy review at the White Bear, London – ‘weighed down with egregious similes’ by Paul Vale

In a dimly lit office, a frustrated private investigator Jackie Straker awaits another phone call from Chummy. It’s a hideously one-sided relationship

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Zero Point review at the Barbican – ‘edgy and visually striking’ by Rachel Elderkin

Choreographer, sound and visual artist Darren Johnston aims to create immersive environments for his audience. As such, he has developed a virtual

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Review: Blush at Soho Theatre by Fergus Morgan

Issue-driven theatre: Fergus Morgan reviews Charlotte Josephine's play about internet porn. The post Review: Blush at Soho Theatre appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Life of Galileo at Young Vic Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Joe Wright directs this new production of Brecht’s play. But what have the critics been saying about it?

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Two-year courses: the future for drama training? by Susan Elkin

In response to government thinking on the length of degree courses, Susan Elkin says despite misgivings drama schools should reconsider their one-size-fits-all

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Dear West End Producer: How do I avoid getting dazzled by stage lights and falling over furniture? by @westendproducer

@westendproducer Stage Lighting, always fascinates me. How do actors manage not being dazzled and fall into props or off the stage? —

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Deposit, Hampstead Theatre Downstairs review- capital's housing crisis lands centre-stage by Will Rathbone

Hampstead studio space downstairs unveils a quiet corker Matt Hartley's personal take on London's housing crisis returns to the Hampstead Theatre's studio space downstairs and is sure to hit…

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Review: Club Sol Party, Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club by Marcus Emmanuel

May, the random 5th month in the year where Mother Nature is undecided, and New Years resolutions have been long abandoned. However uneventful May might be, it is full of bank holidays and o…

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Mark Shenton’s top 10 summer festivals 2017 by Mark Shenton

In summer, the arts take on a different complexion. Instead of a way of life, they become a destination, with cities and

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Howard Sherman: Who’s getting rich on Broadway (and who’s getting left behind)? by Howard Sherman

They seem to come like clockwork, roughly every six months, the press releases announcing a new record on Broadway. They come twice

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Film Review: ‘On the Map’ Appearing at the Washington Jewish Film Festival by Andrew Markowitz

Everybody loves an underdog story, especially in the world of sports. Some of these stories are well-known likes The Miracle on Ice. But, sometimes, the best stories can be the ones you’ve…

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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: Stark Sands Launched Kinky Boots' History of Right Guys

As Brendon Urie joins the cast, we're looking back at Broadway's first Charlie Price.

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Friday, May 26, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Black is the New White by Arts Review

A laugh-out-loud, provocative new romantic comedy by fearless columnist and an award-winning playwright Nakkiah Lui, Sydney Theatre Company (STC) presents the world premiere season of Black …

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Meet the Queens! Lady Liberty Cycle 4 Semifinals Round 2! by Michael Block

Lady Liberty Cycle 4 is back with the second round of semifinals! There will be seven queens eager to snatch the crown. Now's the time to meet the queens! Join Brita Filter and Terra Hyman a…

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The Most Beautiful Thing! Brendon Urie Makes His Broadway Debut in Kinky Boots by Andy Lefkowitz

Everybody say yeah! Brendon Urie takes Broadway for the first time on May 26 in the Tony-winning musical Kinky Boots. Urie takes over the role of Charlie Price from Killian Donnelly, wh…

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Is ‘Groundhog Day’ musical in trouble? by Michael Riedel

Jujamcyn Theaters is in talks to bring the London National Theatre’s revival of “Angels in America,” starring Nathan Lane , to New York next season, sources say. But what theater will …

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25 DAYS OF TONYS: Tony Nominee Christian Borle Could Never Have Done Falsettos Without This Person

The two-time winner and 2017 nominee tells Playbill the person who made him believe he could be Marvin.

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All the Nominated Directors for the 2017 Tony Awards by Hannah Vine

See all the directors who received nominations for their work on a musical or play this season.

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See Elena Shaddow Take the Stage as Mary Poppins at Paper Mill Playhouse by Hannah Vine

Performances began May 24 for a limited run through June 25 at the New Jersey venue.

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25 DAYS OF TONYS: Tony Nominee Linda Cho Talks About Designing Anastasia’s Extravagant Costumes by Ruthie Fierberg

Nominated for her second Tony, Tony-winning costume designer Cho shares her role in the production and her invaluable advice to first-time nominees.

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