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Monday, October 23, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Anything That Flies review at Jermyn Street Theatre, London – ‘exposition-heavy’

by Tim Bano

Director Alice Hamilton brings her characteristic light touch to this debut play by novelist Judith Burnley. Hamilton’s previous work has embraced stillness,

Theatre News: New tour dates announced for Miss Saigon

There are two new UK venues to add to the current tour of the show

Photos: Martin Freeman, Olivia Williams, James Norton and more star in refugee gala

Whither Would You Go? was staged in London on the weekend with a star cast, in aid of UNHCR

Theatre News: New adult cast announced for School of Rock

The new cast members will join the production next month

Theatre News: Lucy Woollatt to step down as executive director of Young Vic

The news follows the recent appointment of Kwame Kwei-Armah as the theatre's new artistic director

Theatregoer leaves £40k legacy to Yorkshire venue to fund youth programme

by Giverny Masso

A theatre fan’s legacy will enable young actors from the Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond, North Yorkshire, to perform at the Edinburgh

Lucy Woollatt to step down as Young Vic executive director

by Georgia Snow

Lucy Woollatt has announced she will stand down as executive director of the Young Vic in December. Woollatt’s departure comes as artistic

World’s last remaining end-of-pier show to continue under new management

by Roda Musa

The new management of Norfolk’s Cromer pier has vowed to continue its theatre programme, which it claims is the last traditional end-of-the-pier

Max Stafford-Clark ‘left Out of Joint over inappropriate behaviour’

by Georgia Snow

Max Stafford-Clark was forced to step down from his former theatre company Out of Joint after a female member of staff complained

The Maids review at Dundee Rep – ‘intense and flamboyant’

by Thom Dibdin

The deceptions are hidden in plain sight in Eve Jamieson’s revival of Genet’s 1947 psychodrama. As the two maids act out the

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Choreographer Ben Duke: ‘Surrounded by violence, I wanted to explore who we’re angry with’

by Neil Norman

Ben Duke is a true original. Having trained as an actor and dancer he discovered his calling lay both outside those disciplines

New Program Brings Silicon Valley to Broadway

by Marc Hershberg

Software executive and Broadway producer Tim Kashani created the Theater Accelerator after recognizing that the same code used to create successful Silicon Valley start-ups might also work for Broadway shows

The World’s Wife review at Taliesin Arts Centre, Swansea – ‘sensitively wrought’

by Steph Power

Ten years before she was finally appointed the first ever woman poet laureate, Carol Ann Duffy turned myth and history on their

'The Poddest Couple' Podcast Welcomes Designer, Performer, and Diva Whisperer Robbie Rozelle

by The Poddest Couple

On the latest episode of 'The Poddest Couple,' Alan and Matt welcome everyone's favorite Broadway diva once removed, Robbie Rozelle. He's the designer of Playbill Pride and currently designs cast albums not Sou…

Parliament Square review at Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester – ‘thought-provoking’

by Chris Bartlett

James Fritz’s play, winner of the Bruntwood judges award in 2015, hangs on one shocking and incendiary act of seemingly inexplicable self-destruction.

Blogs: What has happened to the two and a half hour play?

Sarah Crompton looks at theatrical relativity and how long plays can seem short and short plays long

Review: Review: Parliament Square (Royal Exchange)

James Fritz's new play won a Bruntwood Prize Judges Award in 2015

Metallica in London — virtuosity and velocity

The band’s O2 Arena gig showed that when they get going, they’re still miles ahead of the competition

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, October 23, 2017

by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Critics Rave About “Torch Song,” “People, Places & Things” and “Too Heavy for Your Pocket” Extend, and This Week’s Theatrical Schedule “Today on Broad…

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Composition choices give entire orchestra chance to shine

by John Huxhold

The St. Louis Symphony concert Saturday night at Powell Hall included a lot of references to family. On the program was Tchaikovsky’s “Romeo and Juliet Overture-Fantasy,” a reflection on the star-crossed …

And Scene #30 - A Monologue…on Ticket Prices

by Andscenepod, Michael Salerno

Welcome to this week’s episode of the And Scene Theater Podcast!  Mike is flying solo this week, as Meghan is rehearsing and putting up anew production that we’ll talk about next week.  But for the here a…

Lonely Planet

by Wendy Caster

In Steven Dietz's two-character play Lonely Planet, Jody (the subtle and smart Arnie Burton) owns a map store. He loves and is comforted by the factual information contained by maps. On an array of sh…

CIRCUS DIARIES: As a Tiger in the Jungle

by Katharine Kavanagh

A girl sits huddled inside an aerial cage, a sphere suspended in space, tethered to the figure of Aman Tamang, glittering in the darkness behind a sail-like rigging structure, which combines with three further …

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Culture Track 2017 Is Here!

by Ceci Dadisman

After waiting for three long years, the 2017 edition of LaPlaca Cohen’s Culture Track has arrived! Arts and culture data nerds, rejoice! As per the Culture Track website: Culture Track is a national onlin…

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Harlem School for the Arts buries the past and dreams big

by Blouin Artinfo

The Harlem School of Arts is an important cultural center that was thrown into debt a few years earlier but has managed to revive its former glory through hard work and dedication. The widely acclaimed Soprano …

Mark Shenton’s week: There’s movement on the West End Monopoly board

by Mark Shenton

Previews began last week for Young Marx, the inaugural production at the new Bridge Theatre beside Tower Bridge, ahead of its official

Jane Maudsley: 5 Tips for looking after your voice

by Susan Elkin

Vocal tutor Jane Maudsley is the founder and managing director of Little Voices, a national drama and education company for children aged

Director Max Elton: ‘The play’s characters have a one-night stand while one is wearing a mouse costume’

by Roda Musa

Director Max Elton is working on David Ireland’s new comedy The End of Hope, which is playing at London’s Soho Theatre. He

Adam Charteris: Punters, programmes and Netflix: all in a night’s work for an usher

by Adam Charteris

Working front of house is easy: it pays the bills, the shifts are short and, as an actor, it leaves my days

Lyn Gardner: Criticism needs to change, it’s not fit for purpose in the 21st century

by Lyn Gardner

British theatre has changed radically during the past 20 years, mostly for the better. Curiously one of the things that has not

Monday, October 23, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

2017 Melbourne Festival comes to an end

by Arts Review

Last night, the 2017 Melbourne Festival – the second from Artistic Director, Jonathan Holloway – came to a close after more than 65 events over 19 days. Fittingly, it ended with Taylor Mac’s The Wrap, fro…

Of Kith and Kin review – gay parenthood drama packs an emotional punch

by Lyn Gardner

The Bush, LondonProceedings turn violent when a mother in law arrives in Chris Thompson’s overloaded play about nature, nurture, abuse, parenting and gay history A play can be thoroughly enjoyable even if its…

Switzerland

by Arts Review

A witty, serpentine thriller from one of our greatest and most popular playwrights, State Theatre Company South Australia presents Joanna Murray-Smith’s Switzerland for a limited season in the Dunstan P…

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Monday, October 23, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

‘If I Were a Carpenter’ — the folk singer whose song went on to become a Motown classic

Tim Hardin’s tune has proved eminently adaptable since he recorded it in 1967

Zoe Kazan’s After the Blast Opens Off-Broadway

by Olivia Clement

William Jackson Harper and Cristin Milioti star in the world premiere from LCT3.

Meet the Artistic Director Defying the Statistics of Diversity in Theatre

by Olivia Clement

How Ivy Theatre Company’s Audrey Alford prioritizes hiring inclusive casts, design, and tech teams on every single production.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

The Carnival of Lost Souls

by Arts Review

These days, you don’t have to wait too long for a circus-type show to come around. Many feature performers with amazing skills, and the best offerings put a new spin on tricks. The Carnival of Lost Souls has …

Coming Attractions: October 22 through November 7 — What Will Light Your Fire

by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Opera Australia bids farewell to Madama Butterfly

by Arts Review

Opera Australia is bidding a heartfelt farewell to one of the most loved productions in its history, Moffatt Oxenbould’s magnificent Madama Butterfly, with a final two-week season at the Capitol Theatre from …

Matthew Morrison & Wife Renee Welcome Baby Boy

by Broadway.com

Give a cheer for one of the new nicest kids in town! Tony nominee Matthew Morrison and his wife, Renee, have announced a new addition to their family. Morrison shared the news of newborn son Revel James Makai o…

On the Couch with Tim Watts

by Arts Review

Who is Tim Watts? A big dork who loves gadgets, nature and making stuff. He spends most of his time making theatre and touring it around the world. What would you do differently to what you do now? I would lear…

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

People You Should Know . . . Alida Rose Delaney

by Zack Calhoon

Alida Rose Delaney is an interdisciplinary artist in New York. Theatre: Skerry’s (Christy Jones); Charles Mee's world-premiere of Soot and Spit (Kim Weild, New Ohio Theatre); Michael …

People You Should Know . . . Elizabeth Chahin

by Zack Calhoon

Elizabeth Chahin is a Dominican-born actor, artist, writer, & athlete. Theatre: Le Prenom (Gianni Paulino Productions); Anna Frank: El Diario (Antonio Melenciano Productions); …

Roberta Flack & Daryl Roth Honored with Town Hall Friend of Arts Award

by Sandi Durell

  Photos: Maya Werner   Town Hall Ensemble’s concert “City Suite” on Sunday night honored Roberta Flack and Daryl Roth, who are this year’s 2017 Town Hall Friend of the Arts Award recipients a…

Death to the Pumpkin Pie Show

Death to the Pumpkin Pie Show Off Off Broadway, UNDER St. Marks Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski BOTTOM LINE: Say goodbye to this long-running show by taking in one of their favorite zany stories from the past t…

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Heathers: the Musical’ at Chesapeake Arts Center

by Andra Abramson

The production company known as How Do You Like Me Now Productions and its sister organization Erase Hate Through Art were founded with the specific intention of provoking dialogue and action aimed at combating…

Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait

by Arts Review

A personal and intimate exhibition which explores British singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse’s inner world, the Jewish Museum of Australia presents Amy Winehouse: A Family Portrait – currently on display …

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Concert Review: ‘Symphonic Stories’ at Baltimore Symphony Orchestra with Guest Conductor Jun Märkl

by Brett Dodson

In their “Symphonic Stories” themed program Saturday evening at Strathmore, the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra and guest conductor Jun Märkl presented a polished performance of works mostly inspired by ficti…

Midtown International Theatre Festival Ends After 18 Season

by BroadwayWorld

Creator and executive producer of the Midtown International Theatre Festival, John Chatterton, announced today that he will be retiring the MITF until further notice.

Mark Rylance calls on Equity to divert £120m pension pot into clean energy

by Georgia Snow

Mark Rylance, Zoe Wanamaker and Maxine Peake are among theatre figures endorsing a campaign to withdraw actors’ pensions from fossil fuel investments.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Touring fund enables exposure for seven exciting productions across regional NSW

by Arts Review

More audiences across regional NSW will have access to productions including David Greig’s acclaimed play The Events and works from Bangarra Dance Theatre thanks to Regional Arts Touring funding of $282,603 f…

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical to tour Australia in 2018

by Arts Review

Following its joyous Australian premiere in Sydney last month, the producers of Beautiful: The Carole King Musical have confirmed the musical will travel to Melbourne, Brisbane and Adelaide in 2018. “We’re…

VIDEO: Mandy Gonzalez Shares Sneak Peek of 'Fearless' Music Video

by BroadwayWorld

Broadway and TV star Mandy Gonzalez released Fearless - her remarkable debut solo recording bridging pop and RampB - on Friday, October 20 from East West Records. Now she's shared a clip from the song's officia…

A Warning to Theatergoers: MTA to Start Graveyard Shift Earlier

by BroadwayWorld

If you ever want to start a passionate conversation with a New Yorker, bring up the subway. Between service changes, express runs, and every day delays, there's always something to complain about.

Michael Ball and Alfie Boe Together in Brisbane

by Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

One of London’s most successful musical directors Callum McLeod orchestrates yet another Michael Ball winner with Together. An aptly titled musical collaboration between Michael Ball and Alfie Boe emulating i…

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

In ‘A Swell in the Ground,’ college ties that linger and change

by Hedy Weiss

Jean Nabers' world premiere at the Gift Theatre might best be described as a study in self-destruction and reconstruction.

BWW's 'Some Like It Pop' Podcast Helps You Pick Which Movies to See and Avoid this Fall

by Some Like It Pop

Hello Pop Culture Cinephiles On this episode of Some Like It Pop, BroadwayWorld's pop culture podcast, Matt and Jenn help you plan your moviegoing through the end of the year. The hosts talk about the award-b…

BWW Flashback: THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER Lays Down its Last Offer on Broadway Today

by Julie Musbach

Michael Moore's Broadway debut show ends its run today, October 22, after 88 performances.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Gord Downie onstage was ‘a dancer of the heart’

by Brad Wheeler

The National Ballet of Canada’s Guillaume Côté discusses the late singer’s moves and use of space over the years

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Talking to myself: two ways of looking at Carrie Mae Weems’s new work

by Anne Midgette

After seeing “Grace Notes” at the Kennedy Center, a critic’s inner dialogue.

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Review: 1 Actor, in 8 Roles, Wrestles Nuance From Eugene O’Neill’s ‘Strange Interlude’

by Laura Collins-Hughes

David Greenspan’s performance in the 6-hour melodrama is masterful in its clarity and endurance.

Review: ‘The Adventures of Peter Pan’ at Synetic Theater

by Molly Murchie

I have to admit something: this was my first Synetic Theater production. I assure you, however, it will not be my last. I had read about Synetic’s wordless Shakespeare shows and heard rapturous reviews of the…

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: The Terrible Infants, Wilton’s Music Hall ✭✭✭✭✭

by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon It is a very welcome return for this mesmerising spectacle full of delight for grown-ups and children. This post REVIEW: The Terrible Infants, Wilton’s Music Hall ✭✭✭✭✭ first app…

Women in Theater Get the Spotlight at Upcoming Events

by Lauren Yarger

Several upcoming events highlight women in theater.The Connecticut Chapter presents a design panel on Monday, Oct. 23 to kick off its second season. If you are in Connecticut, or can get to Norwalk (an easy com…

The Second Woman review – stunning endurance theatre takes aim at patriarchy

by Stephanie Convery

Carriageworks, SydneyNat Randall suffers through 100 break-ups over 24 hours in an utterly compelling production Nat Randall is about to send away her fourth lover for the evening. In a red shift and a blonde w…

Love lives don't get easier after college in 'A Swell in the Ground'

by Chris Jones

A former Julliard fellow, the New York-based writer Janine Nabers clearly is well acquainted with the years when former students of prestigious schools hit New York City and find out a few hard truths about the…

WAR HORSE – Touring ★★★★★

by Olivia Mitchell

On the 10th anniversary since their first show, I was lucky enough to go and watch War Horse. The play is emotion filled and the stunning story telling through the music and ensemble work make the show a must s…

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)

This Week on Broadway for October 22, 2017: Christiaan Smith

by James Marino

James Marino and Michael Portantiere talk with Christiaan Smith about his upcoming concert at Carnegie Hall and his new album, “All the Way”. Peter Filichia joins in, and we review Time and the C…

FOR LOVE OR MONEY Touring

by Libby Purves and Friends

CLUNTERING FLAPPYSKETS !  DON’T SMITTLE AND SKRYKE , IT’S BARRIE AGAIN…   By ‘eck, luv! They Northern Broadsides, they weren’t hid behind t’mangle when they were handin’ out stai…

Review: Strange Interlude

Eugene O'Neill's five-hour epic comes to the Irondale Theater Center in an uncut, solo performance.

Review: ‘Emilie’ at Avant Bard

by Kendall Mostafavi

Life is full of unanswered questions. But in Lauren Gunderson’s play, Emilie: La Marquise Du Châtelet Defends Her Life Tonight, the title character is given a second chance. Avant Bard is currently showing t…

Arnold Daly: A Giant Felled by Fire

by Trav S.D.

Irish-American man of the theatre Arnold Daly (1875-1927) was born and bred in Brooklyn. To my shock, he is no relation to the seminal Augustin Daly, although I have little doubt he profited by the confusion. A…

REVIEW ROUND-UP: Albion at the Almeida Theatre

by Emma Clarendon

Mike Bartlett's new play Albion is directed by Almeida artistic director Rupert Goold, marking their first collaboration since King Charles III. It runs at the Almeida Theatre until 24 November 2017. What have …

Sunday, October 22, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Review: Dizzy Gillespie Centennial Celebration at The Kennedy Center

by Robert Michael Oliver

Dizzy Gillespie’s 100th birthday celebration at The Kennedy Center jazzed the Eisenhower Theatre last night. I’m sure the rooftop is still aglow this morning. Dizzy Gillespie (1917-1993) revolutioni…

Review: ‘The Diary of Anne Frank’ at The Prince William Little Theatre

by Chuck Leonard

The markings on my forearm, imprinted when I entered the theater, remain, labeling me. At the end of the play, when I am leaving through the hall behind the theater, I witness a large pile of worn, heavily used…

VIDEO: Oh What a Beautiful Morning for a Ride on the Subway

by BroadwayWorld

Everyone in New York knows any given subway ride can turn into something surprising. Dancers, mariachi bands, it's all part of the experience. But have you ever seen a full Broadway musical during your commute

Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Oct. 22

by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, October 22, 2017 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

ICYMI: Hangin' in Oz with the Witches of WICKED on BroadwayWorld Live!

by Steve Schonberg

Glinda vs. Galinda what makes a great Halloween costume the greatness of Shirley Temple... These were just a few of the hard-hitting topics discussed earlier this week, when BroadwayWorld took you to the Ger…

Artistic Community Bands Together to Save Tin Pan Alley

by BroadwayWorld

Tin Pan Alley, an historic stretch located on 28th Street in New York City, has come under threat of demolition, and musicians, writers, performers, and artists from around the country are joining forces to sav…

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