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Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Joe Pantoliano to Appear in GREAT KILLS at Theater for the New City, 3/26-4/12

by BroadwayWorld

'Great Kills' by Tom Diriwachter is a darkly comic tale of a get-rich-quick scheme in Staten Island that goes awry. Theater for the New City TNC will present the play's debut run March 26 to April 12, featuring…

Streep sings new Sondheim song in deleted scene

The song was cut from the 'Into the Woods' movie, but you can watch it now!        

Meryl sings in deleted 'Into the Woods' scene

Watch Streep perform a new Stephen Sondheim song called 'She'll Be Back.' It's good!        

NJPAC Partners with Panasonic for New AMERICA'S GOT TALENT Broadcasts and More

by TV News Desk

Reinventing its business model for long-term growth, the New Jersey Performing Arts Center NJPAC has announced the creation of a cutting-edge broadcast solutions package, and a significant expansion of in-house…

Helen Mirren, the Fairy Godmother of Broadway Parties

by Bennett Marcus

To Helen Mirren’s many roles, add Broadway fairy godmother, as Cherry Jones discovered when she was starring in in The Heiress, back in 1995. “I was in the shower at the Court Theater, for The Heiress.…

PHOTO CALL: The Mystery of Love and Sex, Opens Off-Broadway

by Joseph Marzullo

Academy Award nominee Diane Lane and Tony nominee Tony Shalhoub return to the New York Stage in Bathsheba Doran's The Mystery of Love & Sex, which officially opened Off-Broadway March 2 at Linco…

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Steve Martin Joins Ang Lee's BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK Film

by Movies News Desk

Deadline writes that BRIGHT STAR book writer and legendary comedic actor Steve Martin has signed on for Ang Lee's upcoming film BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK.

COOL RIDER Cast Recording For GREASE 2 Stage Show Nears Kickstarter Goal

by Pat Cerasaro

Prove your love for GREASE 2 and support a new release

STAGE TUBE: Goin' Vlogging with SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS Tour - Episode 5

by Stage Tube

We're goin' courting Take a look backstage with Carver Duncan Caleb and Corinne Munsch Sarah of the National Tour of 'Seven Brides for Seven Brothers' In Episode 5, 'Twitter Questions Alice's Adventure,' Carve…

Nellie McKay Set For B&N Event In Support Of MY WEEKLY READER, 3/24

by Pat Cerasaro

A Nellie McKay Barnes amp Noble event is happening

Can You Spell Hilarious Or Poignant? Slow Burn’s Bee Can

by Bill Hirschman

Slow Burn Theatre Company gives the perennial favorite The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee as excellent a production as we’ve seen of it, hitting the perfect balance between the hilarious and poignant,…

Photos! Matthew Morrison, Spring Awakening Stars & More Celebrate Atlantic Theater Company's 30th Anniversary


The Atlantic Theater Company turns 30 this year! Click for photos from the spring gala at the Pierre Hotel on March 2, 2015.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Would The 18 Year Old You Listen To Career Advice From 40 Year Old You?

by Joe Patti

Yesterday Thomas Cott tweeted two articles taking a Pro and Con view of the value of arts degrees. The first talked about how you don’t have to appear on Broadway to have derived value from your theater d…

Harlem Stage to Premiere Stew's NOTES OF A NATIVE SONG This June

by BroadwayWorld

Harlem Stage is pleased to present the world premiere of Notes of a Native Song, a new work by Tony and Obie award-winning playwright, singer-songwriter Stew Passing Strange, co-composed with his long-time coll…

CYMBELINE Opens in Select Theaters & On Demand 3/13

by Movies News Desk

CYMBELINE, a film by Michael Almereyda, opens in theaters and on demand on March 13, 2015.

Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson's INVISIBLE LIFE Musical to Premiere at the Apollo This Summer

by BroadwayWorld

Nick Ashford and Valerie Simpson's new musical INVISIBLE LIFE is coming to the Apollo Theater this summer. Presented by Proteus E2 Productions, the show will begin Thursday, June 25 for a limited run through Ju…

Signature in the Schools to Celebrate 20th Anniversary with VENI, VIDI, VICI World Premiere This Month

by BroadwayWorld

Signature in the Schools, Signature Theatre's flagship education program, presents the world premiere production of Veni, Vidi, Vici, written by writerdirector and Signature Theatre's Resident Director of New W…

New Video Promo For John Cameron Mitchell In HEDWIG & THE ANGRY INCH

by Pat Cerasaro

John Cameron Mitchell returns to his most famous role

Photo Coverage: Kelli Rabke Previews 54 SINGS MACK & MABEL

by Walter McBride

Look What Happened to Mabel Jerry Herman's beloved score explodes onto the stage of 54 Below in this one night only musical extravaganza. Tap Your Troubles Away when some of Broadway and cabaret's finest regale…

Watch now: actresses speak out on International Women’s Day

by The Stage

Actresses including Juliet Stevenson, Ann Mitchell and Meera Syal have spoken out about the prospects for older women in the performing arts

Photos! Raise a Toast to Tony Shalhoub & Diane Lane on Opening Night of The Mystery of Love & Sex


Click for photos from the official opening night of The Mystery of Love & Sex on March 2, 2015 at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theatre.

Cirque du Soleil Looking for Broadway Home?

by BroadwayWorld

According to the New York Post, Cirque du Soleil is looking for a permanent home in New York City and could be the Lyric Theatre's next resident company, after Broadway's ON THE TOWN closes.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Atlantic Theater Co. Gala Brings Out the Celebs

by Sandi Durell

                by: Brian Scott Lipton   The Atlantic Theater Company held its landmark 30th Anniversary Gala on Monday, March 2 at the Pierre... The post Atlantic T…

Semele at BAM: Making room for the sumo wrestlers

by Richard Ouzounian

Fitting the Canadian Opera Company's Semele into the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Gilman opera house required technical ingenuity.

‘On the Town’ may be off the stage, and you’ll never guess its replacement

by Michael Riedel

Threading my way through a snowy Times Square Tuesday, I came across a pitiable sight: A lone young man, dressed as sailor, trying to pass out discount fliers for the...

The Afternoon Report, Tuesday, March 3, 2015

by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

  Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Tuesday, March 3, 2015    Today’s Tweets from BBB Follow us on Twitter – @MTC_NYC announces world premiere of Simon Stephens…

Jessie Mueller, Heather Headley and Deanna Dunagan to Headline SO BEAUTIFUL! at Marriott Theatre This Spring

by BroadwayWorld

The Sarah Siddons Society's Artistic Director, Dominic Missimi, announced plans to bestow on Jessie Mueller the organization's prestigious Actress of the Year Award. Ms. Mueller won a Tony award in 2014 for her…

Jessie Mueller and Heather Headley Will Share a Chicago Stage

by Adam Hetrick

Beautiful Tony Award winner Jessie Mueller will be honored in her hometown of Chicago with the Sarah Siddons Society's Actress of the Year Award. The April 27 evening promises several stand-out musical …

Photo Flash: Tony Nominee Laura Osnes Leads Masterclass in Manhattan

by BroadwayWorld

Two-time Tony nominee Laura Osnes Ella in CINDERELLA, Bonnie in BONNIE AND CLYDE spent 3.5 hours working with 16 lucky students at Manhattan's award-winning acting studio for kids and teens, A Class Act NY on S…

Photo Flash: THE 39 STEPS Kicks Off Rehearsals in NYC with Robert Petkoff, Arnie Burton and More

by BroadwayWorld

Yesterday was the first rehearsal of THE 39 STEPS, which will be returning to New York City starting April Fools' Day at the Union Square Theater. The production will officially open on April 13. Scroll down fo…

Sara Bareilles & Gavin Creel Preview WAITRESS: THE MUSICAL Live

by Pat Cerasaro

A first peek at the unveiling of WAITRESS THE MUSICAL showstoppers

A First Look at Larry David in New Hit Comedy Fish in the Dark (Video)

by Mark Ezovski

The co-creator of "Seinfeld" and the creator and star of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," Larry David is known to TV audiences for creating hilarious and often outrageous comedy built upon the mu…

Photo Flash: Meet the Clowns! New York Revival of 39 Steps Begins Rehearsals

The stage play features four actors playing dozens of roles.

Theater News: When Will the New Sara Bareilles Musical Waitress Open on Broadway?

All signs are pointing to...

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Odds & Ends: NBC Taps Nicole Scherzinger, Juliette Binoche Set for New Kennedy Center Season & More

by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. NBC Taps Nicole Scherzinger We're all hoping that Nicole Scherzinger will reprise her acclaimed star turn in London’s Cats revival …

Video! Get Drunk with a Demonic Puppet, a Playwright-Slash-Bartender & the Cast of Broadway’s Hand to God

by ventured to Brooklyn restaurant Lobo, where playwright Robert Askins moonlights as a bartender, to hang out (and get drunk) with the cast of the possessed puppet comedy Hand to God.

The Mystery of Love & Sex review – reticent characters get a voice

by Alexis Soloski

Lincoln Center Theater at the Mitzi E Newhouse, New YorkAn actor with a face built for discontent animates a drama about a young interracial couple whose family keep butting into their low-watt romance Continue…

Review: Marching On Together, Old Red Lion Theatre

by Rebecca Jones

The Old Red Lion’s black box space has been transported to an uncertain and confining 1984 Leeds pub. I feel claustrophobic as the tiny space is made tinier by oppressive walls of corrugated iron and out of t…

Review: Mr Sole Abode, Shoreditch Town Hall

by George Washbourn

Taking inference from Ben Okri’s novel The Famished Road, Benji Ried brings his 2007 show Mr Sole Abode to Shoreditch Town Hall. Constituting a brief insight into the solipsistic and fabricated world of Sole,…

Review: The Red Chair, Soho Theatre

by George Washbourn

Adapted from her own book of the same title, Soho Theatre welcomes Sarah Cameron’s The Red Chair into the throng, in all its linguistic richness. A delectable, albeit overlong, flowing monologue, Cameron comb…

Review: Chicken Dust, Finborough Theatre

by Rebecca Latham

It is a grim reality, rarely acknowledged in our everyday lives, that most of us have little idea of where our food comes from. Each time a video surfaces that demonstrates the horrific slaughter of a squad of …

Review: Show 4: Glitterland – Secret Theatre, Lyric Hammersmith

by Rebecca Pinnington

Glitterland is a country where the politicians perform daily. It is an act in which they deny their corruption, and an act in which they must present themselves as perfect citizens of a “wonderful world”. O…

`Hamilton’ Fever: Hit-Maker Lin-Manuel Miranda Channels Tony Manero

by Jeremy Gerard

A star is born: With the run at the Public Theater sold out and arrival on Broadway this summer assured, the producers of Hamilton unveiled their striking new logo for the show. Striking because Miranda, the u…

Defying the Odds, Living With Cancer and Loving Broadway With My Daughter: A Reader’s Story

by Richard Heimler

On the heels of Broadway actress Krysta Rodriguez's announcement that she was diagnosed with breast cancer at age 30, a Playbill reader shares his story about living with lung cancer and the healing power o…

Extensive New Song-Focused FINDING NEVERLAND Video Featurette

by Pat Cerasaro

Behind the songs of FINDING NEVERLAND

Photo Flash: Tena Stivicic, Rebecca Hall, Alex Kilgore and More at 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Ceremony

by BroadwayWorld

The 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize was awarded to Tena Stivicic for her play 3 Winters yesterday, March 2, in a celebration hosted by New York's Playwrights Horizons. Scroll down for photos from the ceremony

Up on the Marquee: SOMETHING ROTTEN!

by Walter McBride

The completely original new musical comedy Something Rotten, directed and choreographed by Tony Award winner Casey Nicholaw The Book of Mormon, Aladdin, will begin previews Monday, March 23 and officially open …

Review: Eberhardt’s Fierce Ride, in ‘The Nomad’

by Laura Collins-Hughes

“The Nomad,” from Elizabeth Swados and Erin Courtney, follows the journey of a Western woman who finds freedom posing as a man in North Africa.

Photo Flash: John Kander, Greg Pierce and More Celebrate KID VICTORY Opening at Signature Theatre

by BroadwayWorld

Virginia's Signature Theatre presents the world premiere production of Kid Victory, a new musical from legendary composer John Kander Chicago, Cabaret and acclaimed playwright Greg Pierce Slowgirl. The producti…

Olympia Dukakis, Estelle Parsons and More Set for ASPHODEL Reading at 92Y Next Week

by BroadwayWorld

In advance of the inaugural Eudora Welty Biennial, which opens in Jackson, Mississippi, 92Y's Unterberg Poetry Center presents a dramatic reading of Asphodel, a story of three women visiting a country estate in…

GALAVANT Soundtrack Physical CD Now Available

by Pat Cerasaro

Grab your copy of the GALAVANT soundtrack now

Photo Flash: Tony Winning Playwright Terrence McNally Poses for THE CREATIVE FACES PROJECT

by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winning playwright Terrence McNally Love Valor Compassion, Master Class, Kiss of the Spider Woman is the latest featured artist in The Creative Faces Project an evolving portrait and interview collec…

Larry David's FISH IN THE DARK Script Now Available For Pre-Order, Out 4/6

by Pat Cerasaro

Bring home the hilarity of Larry David's Broadway smash

Allison Williams AMERICAN SONGBOOK March Concerts Postponed Due To GIRLS Production Schedule

by Pat Cerasaro

Peter Pan will not fly at Lincoln Center after all

BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Legend Barbara Cook Sings the Classics for the AMERICAN SONGBOOK Series!

by BroadwayWorld TV

With a decades-spanning career and an unmatched list of accolades including Kennedy Center Honors and Tony, Grammy, and Drama Desk awards, Broadway icon Barbara Cook is beloved for her legendary performances in…

Special Reports: Snapshots From London: Maggie Smith Hints at Retirement as Damian Lewis Returns

Six photos from this month's theatrical goings-on in the West End.

Review: The Church of Why Not

Theatre 167 shows us a week in the life of a beloved Upper West Side church.

Photo Flash: John Kander Celebrates Opening of His New Musical, Kid Victory

The famed Broadway composer collaborated with Greg Pierce on the Signature Theatre world premiere.

Tuesday, March 3, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Tena Štivicić Wins the 2015 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize

by American Theatre Editors

The Croatian playwright has won the biggest and oldest prize for female playwrights.

An Octoroon, Just as Popular in Brooklyn, Extends Again

by Olivia Clement

Theatre for a New Audience has announced that due to popular demand, performances of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' widely acclaimed play An Octoroon will be extended. Originally scheduled to close Ma…

Review: Die Zauberflöte, Royal Opera House

by Guy Withers

Firstly, I was so glad to see so many children and young people at the performance, albeit brought by their wealthy parents. The Magic Flute still reigns as the first pick for an introduction to the art form, a…

Video! 30 Seconds of Comic Gold! Get a Taste of Larry David's Fish in the Dark


Anticipation is high for the official Broadway opening of Larry David's Fish in the Dark. Here's a video teaser.

Oh, Carole! See New Beautiful Star Chilina Kennedy’s Broadway Makeover


We’ve got a new friend playing singer-songwriter Carole King in the hit musical Beautiful: Broadway alum Chilina Kennedy! The new star will step in to play the Grammy-winning legend beginning March 7 at t…

When the Art in a Museum Is Live

by American Theatre Editors

Boundary-busting troupes like the Civilians, Pig Iron and Native Voices have staged plays in partnership with---and in counterpoint to---the art on the walls.

PHOTO SPECIAL: From Mary to Julie to Florence to Carrie, These Are a Few of Our Favorite Marias

by Matthew Blank

The beloved film adaptation of The Sound of Music celebrated its 50th anniversary March 2! Here are some of our favorite Marias.

Larry David’s Fish in the Dark: Video Preview

by New York Theater

In the dark about Fish in the Dark, Larry David’s new Broadway comedy about two brothers struggling to deal with the death of their father, which opens on March 5th at the Cort Theater. Here is a 28-secon…

Tony Yazbeck Set to Dance and Sing in Solo Show at 54 Below

by Olivia Clement

Tony Yazbeck, star of the acclaimed Broadway revival of On the Town will return to 54 Below for a solo show called The Floor Above Me, an evening of tenor melodies and tap dancing.

Technology helps Blaine special-ed students expand theatrical range

Advances in technology have expanded the possibilities for special needs students who stage an annual theater production at Blaine High School.

Review: In ‘Abundance,’ by Beth Henley, Mail-Order Brides Find Husbands and Lice

by Laura Collins-Hughes

Ms. Henley’s play, in a revival by the Actors Company Theater, is a rare western in which women are the stars.

New World Stages experienced a bit of a British invasion this winter when CHURCHILL came to town, following its run at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater

by W42st Magazine

New World Stages experienced a bit of a British invasion this winter when CHURCHILL came to town, following its run at Chicago’s Greenhouse Theater Center.

Julia Murney Will Join “Dexter” and “The Following” Star Sam Underwood in Solo Debut Concert

by Michael Gioia

Sam Underwood, currently starring in FOX's "The Following," will make his solo show debut March 14 at 54 Below with A Second Impression.


by Lemonmeter

SWEET Adapted from an anthology of poetry by Edgar Lee Masters, writer and director Maureen Lucy O’Connell blends the poet’s words with traditional songs to create a show that will tug at your heart…

First Trailer For Maggie Smith & James Corden In THE LADY IN THE VAN

by Pat Cerasaro

Dame Maggie Smith in a fabulous new role

REVIEW: 'The Royal Society of Antarctica' at Gift Theatre

by Chris Jones

A three-act, three-hour play set in Antarctica? At this point in this particular Chicago winter, it is hard to imagine an onstage prospect with less commercial potential. Even this critic — who had had a day …

How Did His Life Become a Musical?

by Linda Buchwald

The fascinating journey of Benjamin Scheuer’s The Lion — There’s an old theatre adage that a show doesn’t really become itself until it’s had several productions. For proof, just l…

MTC announces the world premiere of Simon Stephens’ HEISENBERG starring Mary-Louise Parker and Kenneth Welsh

by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

  Lynne Meadow (Artistic Director) and Barry Grove (Executive Producer) are pleased to announce Manhattan Theatre Club will produce the world premiere of Heisenberg, the new play by two-time Olivier Award …

The Kennedy Center Announces 2015–16 Season

by American Theatre Editors

Juliette Binoche as Antigone, a Brazilian 'Oliver Twist' by Karen Zacarias and a women's voices festival anchor the Kennedy Center's theatrical season

Broadway in Chicago announces its 15th anniversary season

by Hedy Weiss

Broadway In Chicago's 2015-2016 season will feature three Tony Award winners: "A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder," the revival of "Cabaret," and "Matilda The Musical." Also on the schedule are "If/Then," "…

Highlights From Larry David in Fish in the Dark

TV's Larry David (he created "Seinfeld" along with Jerry Seinfeld and created and starred in "Curb Your Enthusiasm") makes his Broadway debut in Fish in the Dark, a play he also wrote. T…

Inside First Day At Palace Theatre In New AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Video Featurette

by Pat Cerasaro

A sneak peek of Broadway-bound AN AMERICAN IN PARIS


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