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Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Napoli, Brooklyn

Meghan Kennedy pens a shocking new play disguised as a boring one.

Lesli Margherita and Max Crumm Come to NYMF in MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY VS. THE DEVIL

by BroadwayWorld

EVERYTHING RHYMES WITH BLORANGE is pleased to announce the premiere of the new musical MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEY VS THE DEVILL AN AMERICAN MYTH as an official selectionof the New York Musical Fesitval's Next Link Pro…

Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, Wyndham's Theatre review – searing stuff

by Matt.wolf

Audra McDonald's long-awaited West End debut deserves to take the town Broadway so frequently fetes its visiting Brits that it's nice when the honour is repaid.

10 Questions for George Stiles and Anthony Drewe: 'we are optimistic people'

by Jasper.rees

The makers of quintessentially English musicals on heading back to the Edwardian era for The Wind in the Willows at the PalladiumGeorge Stiles and Anthony Drewe – Stiles and Drewe, as the songwriting partners…

'Napoli, Brooklyn': Theater Review

Meghan Kennedy's drama 'Napoli, Brooklyn' concerns the lives of an Italian family struggling to deal with their abusive patriarch, played by Michael Rispoli. read more

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Ink review: when idea of a mission to inform was burned by the Sun

by Michael Billington Theatre Critic

Almeida theatre, LondonFirst-rate drama about Rupert Murdoch’s move into British newspapers in the 1960s gives us no sermons about press ethics ‘People like stories.” So says Rupert Murdoch in James Graha…

Ink, Almeida Theatre review - Sun rises while show sinks

by Aleks.sierz

Rupert Murdoch saga by ‘This House’ playwright is too detailed and overblownThe recent general election result proves that the power of rightwing press has diminished considerably in the digital age, but th…

Review: Napoli, Brooklyn at

by Elyse Sommer

Meghan Kennedy's 1960 set play bout the effect of the burgeoning social changes and an actual flight disaster on her own family

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Review: Ink (Almeida Theatre)

Bertie Carvel and Richard Coyle star in James Graham's new play about the rise of the Sun newspaper

Broadway’s Biggest Night — for Teenagers

Each June, two students are chosen as winners of the Jimmy Awards, a sort of Tonys for teenagers. Step into their high-kicking world as 74 theatrical hopefuls from around the country compete for stardom.

Heard of the Jimmys? It’s the Tonys, for Teenagers

by Rachel Syme

This year, 74 of the nation’s most talented theatrical hopefuls took the stage for the Jimmy Awards, now in its ninth year. #LiveatFive with Emma Pfaeffle of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory


Emma Pfaeffle stops by HQ to chat about Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and more with Paul Wontorek.

NAPOLI, BROOKLYN - Talkin' Broadway's Review

by Howard Miller

Meghan Kennedy's immigrant family drama Napoli, Brooklyn, opening tonight at the Roundabout's Laura Pels Theatre, contains a number of emotionally-charged and dramatically explosive moments (including a startli…

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Measure For Measure at

by Deirdre Donovan

Staged by Simon Godwin in modern-dress and with fresh bite and emotional immediacy.

Review: Pass Over (Steppenwolf Theatre)

by Catey Sullivan

Steppenwolf's world premiere Pass Over is the rare drama that will keep you utterly rapt from start to finish, while also spinning an unforgettable commentary on the problems that plague 21st century America. T…

Review: Review: Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill (Wyndham's Theatre)

Tony Award-winner Audra McDonald stars as Billie Holiday in this play with songs from the singer's back catalogue

This All-Female “Julius Caesar” Is More About Blair Waldorf Than Donald Trump

The cast of Pocket Universe's Julius Caesar. Carol Julien NEW YORK — Because the most recent New York production of Julius Caesar was the Public Theater’s highly controversial Trump-inspi…

'Ink': Theater Review

Playwright James Graham and director Rupert Goold revisit the wild early days of Rupert Murdoch's reign on Fleet Street, as he and The Sun editor Larry Lamb reshaped British tabloid journalism. read more

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill review – Audra McDonald sings the blues for Billie Holiday

by Michael Billington

Wyndham’s, LondonSix-time Tony award-winner McDonald captures the style and spirit of the legendary jazz singer, but Lanie Robertson’s play wallows in her declineOne legend gets to play another in this musi…

Broadway Shows Announce $40 Ticket Discount for 4th of July Weekend

by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award-winning drama Oslo and Paula Vogel’s Indecent are among the productions participating in the new initiative.

BWW TV: Jimmy, Oh Jimmy! On the Red Carpet for High School Theatre's Biggest Night!

by BroadwayWorld TV

The winners of the ninth annual JIMMY AWARDS were determined and announced last night, Monday, June 26, 2017, at the Minskoff Theatre on Broadway. This life-changing event was hosted by 2017 Tony Award winner B…

KINKY BOOTS Star Eric Summers Fighting Cancer; Friend Launches GoFundMe Campaign

by BroadwayWorld

Award winning Broadway star, Eric LaJuan Summers, is fighting for his life in a New York hospital after developing chemotherapy-induced pneumonia.

Michael Moore Donates $10K to The Public Theatre

by BroadwayWorld

Michael Moore took to Twitter to share that he has donated 10,000 to The Public Theatre. 'So here's my donation amp sponsorship to The Public's Shakespeare in the Park in support of their right to free speech..…

Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda & More Perform Hamilton Tunes for a Great Cause

by Lindsey Sullivan

It’s this summer’s ice bucket challenge, and it’s leaving participants a lot less chilly! Hamilton mastermind Lin-Manuel Miranda is encouraging fans of the revolutionary hit musical to donate …

Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill starring Audra McDonald – review at Wyndham’s Theatre, London

by Natasha Tripney

Audra McDonald is a performer of great vocal prowess and precision. A six-time Tony-winner, she has a rich, operatic voice, and in

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

San Francisco Theatre That Gave Life to Angels in America Will Shut Its Doors

by Adam Hetrick

The historic theatre that premiered Tony Kushner’s two-part epic about the AIDS crisis will cease operation after 45 years.

Interviews: Julius Caesar Battles for Rome at an All-Girls High School

Alyssa May Gold adds to the summer of Caesar with a story of teenage warfare.

Growing up with the Millers in O'Neill's comedy 'Ah, Wilderness!'

by Chris Jones

If there is a practicing alcoholic or addict in your family when you're a kid, you're better off when the boozer is your uncle rather than your dad or mom. If it's your drunk uncle, he can be fun. If it's your …

Watch Laura Linney in Trailer for New Netflix Series Ozark

by Andrew Gans

Jason Bateman co-stars in the new drama, which premieres in July.

Aladdin’s Telly Leung Discusses His Long History With ‘Big Broadway Sister’ Lea Salonga

by Andrew Gans

Leung made his Broadway debut opposite the Tony-winning Miss Saigon star in the revival of Flower Drum Song.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Kirsten Childs on the American-beauty myth in “Bella: An American Tall Tale”

by Rachel Jarvis

Consider for a moment the image of the “All-American dream girl”. With her long hair, nice shape; beautiful, confident, flirty… BLACK?  Kirsten Childs’ newest musical Bella: An America…

Graphic Depictions of Torture in Broadway’s ‘1984’ Cause Audiences to Faint and Vomit

by Sarah Fortinsky, Sarah Fortinsky

This event follows several similar instances during “1984”’s month of previews in London, during which audience members fainted, vomited and yelled at the actors on stage to stop, according to The Washing…

BWW Exclusive: Jane Lynch Wants to Return to Broadway!

by Stephanie Wild

Jane Lynch of Glee fame, recently chatted with BroadwayWorld about her new gig on Hollywood Game Night. Lynch, who was last seen on Broadway in 2013 as MissHannigan in Annie, gushed about her love of theatre an…

The Broadwaysted Podcast Welcomes Everyone's Favorite Mai Tai-Drinking, Strike-Leading, Alien Technology Expert!

by Broadwaysted

For Jeremy Jordan's return to Broadwaysted, we couldn't just have a normal episode. So this week we're drinking a gallon of Mai Tais and Game Master Kimberly is pulling out all the stops with one of the most ep…

Hugh Jackman Signs on for Jason Reitman's THE FRONTRUNNER Film

by BroadwayWorld

According to the Hollywood Reporter, star of stage and screen Hugh Jackman has signed on forJason Reitman's new film,The Frontrunner. Jackman will playalmost-Presidential candidate Gary Hart, who lost the Democ…

Vincent Pastore and Sally Struthers to Star in BULLETS OVER BROADWAY at Ogunquit Playhouse

by BroadwayWorld

The Ogunquit Playhouse takes audience on a hilarious trip back to the Roaring Twenties with their production of the musical adaptation of Woody Allen and Douglas McGrath's madcap film, Bullets Over Broadway on …

Contest: Enter To Win A Signed FALSETTOS Broadway Poster

by Bww Contests

Ahead of its theatrical release, BroadwayWorld is giving YOU a chance to take a home a poster signed by the Broadway cast of FALSETTOS Enter the contest below for your chance to win one of three posters

Odds & Ends: Laura Osnes Joins PBS' A Capitol Fourth, Watch Norm Lewis & Carolee Carmello Slay Sweeney Todd Song & More


Laura Osnes Joins Lineup for PBS' A Capitol Fourth Independence Day is getting more Broadway than ever this year! Bandstand leading lady Laura Osnes is now set to perform on the PBS fireworks special A Capi…

New Musical Comedy Baghdaddy Will Play Its Final Performance Off-Broadway


Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo's musical comedy Baghdaddy is set to play its final performance at St. Luke's Theatre on July 2. The new work based on a screenplay by J.T. Allen began performances on Ap…

Baghdaddy Announces New Closing Date

by Olivia Clement

Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo's new musical will now close July 2 at St. Luke’s Theatre.

Bandstand Star Laura Osnes Will Sing Patriotic Showtunes on PBS’ Capitol Fourth July 4

by Robert Viagas

The two-time Tony nominee will sing “You’re a Grand Old Flag“ and other flag-wavers on the holiday special.

People You Should Know . . . Albert Repicci

by Zack Calhoon

Albert Repicci’s works include the Off Broadway play Honor Bound, the one-act plays The Haberdasher, Once Upon a Rose, Holding Hands At Midnight, and two award-nominated plays, Injustice F…

Review: Bastard Jones

by Tania Fisher

If I could fill this review with synonyms for “brilliant” it still wouldn’t be enough, or do justice to just how good Bastard Jones is. Writer and director Marc Acito and composer/lyricist Amy Engelhardt …

Lively wit and tangled love interests in 'London Assurance'

by Kerry Reid

City Lit Theater's current staging of 1841's "London Assurance" marks the first local production of Dion Boucicault's comedy in 120 years. Felicitously, it opens just a month ahead of Definition Theatre Company…

Tony Winner Clint Ramos Previews His Shakespeare in the Park A Midsummer Night's Dream Costumes

Tony winner Clint Ramos shares the inspirations behind his upcoming A Midsummer Night's Dream costumes.

The Skivvies Drop New Parody Mashup to Ed Sheeran's ‘The Shape of You’ With Hamilton Alum Ephraim Sykes

by Betsy Kaplan

Watch the duo's newest video mashup, featuring the letter U and (of course) their underwear.

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Rattlestick Announces 2017–2018 Season

by Olivia Clement

The Off-Broadway theatre lines up new works by Dael Orlandersmith, Diana Oh, Mashuq Mushtaq Deen, and more.

I Interview Playwrights Part 958: Patrick Vermillion

by Adam Szymkowicz

Patrick Vermillion Hometown: Basking Ridge, NJ Current Town: Brooklyn, NY Q:  Tell me about Jessica. A: Jessica goes up July 22nd-August 6th at IRT Theater and it’s being put up by the absolutely ph…

“Despicable Me 2” (2013)

by Mo Reida

In which The Minions ask why no one in The Village People ever dressed up as the Chiquita lady.

Bringing Whipped Cream to American Ballet Theatre Audiences

by James Sutton

ABT's artist in residence Alexei Ratmansky breathes new life into the 1924 Richard Strauss ballet.

Capital Fringe Preview: ‘Ready to Serve’: A Story for the WWI Centennial by Ellouise Schoettler, Storyteller

by Ellouise Schoettler

 Ready to Serve is written and performed by Ellouise Schoettler. The Capital Fringe is a great venue for a performer to premiere or to season work. This July marks my eighth consecutive year performing in the…


by BroadwayWorld

Today, ET shares an exclusive first look at a number from ROMY AND MICHELE'S HIGH SCHOOL REUNION. The musical iscurrently running from June 8 to July 2 at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre, and stars Cortney Wolfson…

Next to Normal’s Jennifer Damiano Sings at Joe’s Pub in July

by Robert Viagas

The Tony nominee, who also appeared in Spider-Man and American Psycho, brings her club show to NYC’s Public Theater.

Francesca Capetta and Liliane Montevecchi Plan Dean Martin Salute at Weill Recital Hall

by Robert Viagas

“That’s Amore” and “Volare” are on tap for the 100th anniversary of the singer’s birth.

Review: Acquittal

by Saima Huq

The Pan Asian Repertory Theatre’s production of Shahid Nadeem’s Acquittal is one of those gems where there are no costume or set changes but the audience stays entranced with the story and acting. T…

8th Annual Hollywood Fringe Festival concludes with awards

by Pauline Adamek

The 8th Annual Hollywood Fringe Festival concluded last night with its annual Award Ceremony and Closing Night Party.  Over 800 people attended the Award Ceremony,

How Did Critics Review Children of a Lesser God Starring Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff?

by Adam Hetrick

Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the Berkshire Theatre Group production of Mark Medoff’s Tony-winning drama, which is eyeing a future New York run.

Kevin Spacey Shines As Tony Awards Host And Toys With In/Out Closet Humor

by Rino16

Actor Kevin Spacey has never said he was gay or straight, and rumors have been dogging the Academy Award winner for some 30 years now. At last night’s 71st annual Tony Awards show in New York City, the st…

Review: Terror, Lyric Hammersmith

by Charlotte Irwin

Terror is undeniably relevant. The recent attacks in Manchester and London mean that the word is all too ready at hand, a default thought, society’s daily fear. Therefore, this internationally acclaimed play,…

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Theater News: George Takei to Star in Los Angeles Premiere of Allegiance

Takei will reprise the roles he played on Broadway.

Brittany Campbell as Eliza carries a strong, slightly racy ‘My Fair Lady’

by Celia Wren

In Olney production, the power struggle with Higgins occasionally displays a startling erotic edge.

See Autism-Friendly Performances of Cats and Blue Man Group This Summer!

These two family-friendly hits offer special Autism-friendly performances this summer and fall.

New Theatre Study Finds Women, Minorities Get Hired Less, Paid Less

by BroadwayWorld

Actors' Equity, the national labor union representing professional actors and stage managers, released a groundbreaking new diversity study of employment on two of its major contracts. The study, which examined…

THE ROOMMATE with S. Epatha Merkerson & Jane Kaczmarek Launches Williamstown Theatre Festival Tonight

by BroadwayWorld

Williamstown Theatre Festivalannounces the start of their 2017 Season with performances of their first two shows tonight, June 27, and tomorrow, June 28. First up on the Main Stage is Jen Silverman's new play T…

What's Playing on Broadway: June 26- July 3, 2017

by BroadwayWorld

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the week of June 26- July 2, 2017.

George Takei to Return to ALLEGIANCE for Los Angeles Premiere

by BroadwayWorld

East West Players EWP and Japanese American Cultural amp Community Center JACCC have announced that stage, television, and film star George Takei will lead the cast in the Los Angeles premiere of the Broadway m…

Get Schooled! Meet 2017 Jimmy Award Winners Sofia Deler & Tony Moreno

by Lindsey Sullivan

They belt their faces off, make weekend plans with friends and hand in their homework? Talk about triple threats! The Jimmy Awards celebrates the talent and love for the theater that can develop …

Teavee Time: Backstage at Charlie and the Chocolate Factory with Mike Wartella, Episode 1: Hey There!


In this first episode, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory standout Mike Wartella shows us some secrets fans may miss on the outside of the fantastical theater, a dressing room dance party (complete with twerking…

Review: ‘Measure for Measure’ at Theater for a New Audience

by Aron Canter

The Bard, done right, is a bonafide good time, and a good time is had at Simon Godwin’s production of Measure for Measure at Theater for a New Audience’s Polonsky Shakespeare Center. Hey, if you can’t…

Tuesday, June 27, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Revising and Feminizing the Fairy Tale in Anastasia

by (ramona)

By Amanda Prahl. A fairy tale for our modern age? A consideration of Anastasia by Amanda Prahl.

Ragtime at

by Gloria Miller

Barrington Stage has created a tight, intimate production that tells a timeless dramatic tale which parallels many of today's headlines and reminds us of the possibility of redemption, change and love Revie…

Cast set for Windy City Playhouse's 'Becky Shaw'

by Morgan Greene

Casting is complete for Windy City Playhouse's production of Gina Gionfriddo's "Becky Shaw," the Irving Park company announced Tuesday. Theo Allyn will star in the title role with Michael Doonan, Suzanne Petri,…

Video Flash: Meet the Residents of Roundabout's Napoli, Brooklyn

Meghan Kennedy's play is directed by Gordon Edelstein.

Video Flash: Norm Lewis and Carolee Carmello Sing "A Little Priest"

The Sweeney Todd stars head to Today for a special performance.

Hugh Jackman & the Cast of The Greatest Showman Tease Trailer; What We Know So Far

by Lindsey Sullivan

Look out, 'cause here they come! Broadway beltress Keala Settle saaangs these words in just one of many colorful, fantastical teasers for forthcoming The Greatest Showman film trailer. Step right up, movie …

Arcadia, Birmingham Royal Ballet, Birmingham Hippodrome, review: Atena Ameri's designs are strikingly beautiful

by Erin Whitcroft, Erin Whitcroft

The Birmingham Royal Ballet perform three short short ballets including the world premiere of Ruth Brill's 'Arcadia', along with 'Le Baiser de la fée' and 'Pineapple Poll'

Patti LuPone and Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Be Ghoulish Guest Stars on New Animated Series

by Andrew Gans

Vampirina will premiere this fall on Disney Junior starring James Van Der Beek, Lauren Graham, and Isabella Crovetti.

BWW Exclusive: Josh Radnor, Auli'i Cravalho & Damon J. Gillespie Get Ready to RISE on NBC!

by Stephanie Wild

BroadwayWorld recently got to chat with cast members from the new NBC series Rise. Hear what Auli'i Cravalho, Josh Radnor, and Damon J. Gillespie have to say about their characters, inspiring young people, and …

Where to See Free Theater in New York This Summer

by Leanna Childers

For even more free theater, visit our event calendar! Summer has arrived, shocking many of us whether because the weather has been so unpredictable, or the political situation has been so, well, unpredictable. …

Come From Away Earns Top Canadian Theatre Honors at 2017 Dora Awards

by Adam Hetrick

Jenn Colella was among the night’s winners for her performance as pioneering American Airlines pilot Beverley Bass.


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