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Monday, January 23, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Theater News: Fun Home's Beth Malone to Star in The Unsinkable Molly Brown

St. Louis' Muny presents Malone in a role that she first played at the Denver Theater Center.

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Tell Hector I Miss Him

by Sandi Durell

    by Michael Bracken     Ever notice what happens to some Showtime and HBO series a few seasons in, when they start to run out of gas? Original plot lines have played out and new story ide…

Photo Flash: Hell in a Handbag Productions Announces World Premiere of VALLEY!

by BroadwayWorld

Hell in a Handbag Productionsis thrilled to kick-off 2017 with the announcement of its15thseason. Comments Artistic DirectorDavid Cerda,We really want to thank our audiences for keeping us going for the past 15…

Beth Malone Will Lead Kathleen Marshall's THE UNSINKABLE MOLLY BROWN at the Muny

by BroadwayWorld

At tonight's St. Louis's annual Arts amp Education Council Awards dinner, Broadway artist Beth Malone announced that she will star in the title role of The Muny's 2017 production of The Unsinkable Molly Brown. …

The Muny Finds Its Unsinkable Molly Brown

by Andrew Gans

The musical will play the St. Louis venue in July.

Tell Hector I Miss Him: Love Puzzles in Puerto Rico

by Jonathan Mandell

Love puzzles, and messes up, the dozen characters in Tell Hector I Miss Him, a play wonderfully acted by a cast that includes veterans of Orange is the New Black. If the play itself sometimes puzzles, and shock…

Review: ‘Tell Hector I Miss Him’ Sketches Love and Addiction in Puerto Rico

by Charles Isherwood

Paola Lázaro’s play, at the Atlantic Theater Company, assembles a crew of vivid characters on a San Juan street corner.

Review: The Hunter and the Bear (Writers Theatre)

by John Olson

Writers Theatre's world premiere The Hunter and the Bear, created by PigPen Theatre, may be a tad long for what it has to say, but with just a little judicious trimming it can have legs for a long life ahead. R…

Cititour Review: Tell Hector I Miss Him

by Brian Scott Lipton

The darker side of Puerto Rican culture is brought vividly to life in “Tell Hector I Miss Him,” an accomplished debut effort by Paola Lazaro, now at Atlantic Theater Stage II.

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

AdA Author directing Author

by Sandi Durell

    by Carole Di Tosti     A woman is afraid of the encroaching darkness of unfulfilled dreams and death, two political rivals reverse power positions, a father and daughter confront each ot…

Review: Tell Hector I Miss Him

Paola Lázaro pens a salsa of love and regret in Old San Juan.

Arts Aren’t Great Because Great Men Say They Are

by Joe Patti

Since the news started going around last week that the Trump administration was looking to de-fund the NEA, NEH and PBS, there have been a ton of memes circulating quoting Winston Churchill refusing to defund t…

'Tell Hector I Miss Him': Theater Review

Paola Lazaro's debut playwriting effort set in Old San Juan, 'Tell Hector I Miss Him,' features Selenis Leyva and Dascha Polanco of 'Orange is the New Black.' read more

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Death Takes A Holiday, Charing Cross Theatre

by Marianka Swain

The Grim Reaper seeks the meaning of life in this lush but ludicrous musical“I’m Death.” “And you’re on holiday?” Well, there’s really no way to disguise the preposterousness of this show’s prem…

Us/Them, National Theatre

by Matt.wolf

Startling hour-long play mixes the poignant and the playful Unimaginable tragedy is given poignant, piquant form in Us/Them, the hour-long performance piece from Belgian theatre company BRONKS that has arrived …

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

TELL HECTOR I MISS HIM - Talkin' Broadway's Review

by Matthew Murray

In the program for her new play at the Atlantic Theater Company's Stage 2 space, Tell Hector I Miss Him, playwright Paola Lázaro references winning the 2011 Arts Entertainment Scholarship Award from the Nation…

THE OREGON TRAIL - Talkin' Broadway's Review

by Matthew Murray

No one would argue that it's far better to learn about cholera from a computer game than from actually dying from it ...

Orange Julius

by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

On the one hand, it is a punch in the gut dramatizing the cold hard facts of disintegrating with this disease; on the other, the non-linear time scheme is difficult to follow, offering more questions than it an… #LiveatFive with Joe Cassidy of Waitress


Joe Cassidy stops by HQ to chat about Waitress and more with Paul Wontorek.

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Honk! Jr.

by Arts Review

Honk! Jr., is a musical retelling of the fairy tale, The Ugly Duckling. Here, the Young Australian Broadway Chorus has whittled things down even further, making a thoroughly entertaining show that’s very lean…

Complete Cast Announced for Broadway Revival of Sunday in the Park With George

by Michael Gioia

The production, co-starring Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford, will re-open the historic Hudson Theatre.

Milwaukee Rep’s Explosive “Disgraced” Leaves Audiences Spellbound

by Matthew Perta

Reviewed by: Matthew Perta Highly Recommended A good piece of theater should wake us up [...]


by Michael J. Roberts

Milwaukee Repertory Theater  celebrates a local legend with McGuire, the newly expanded one man show [...]

Court Theatre Announces Casting for Chicago Premiere of Tom Stoppard’s THE HARD PROBLEM

by Michael J. Roberts

Court Theatre, under the leadership of Marilyn F. Vitale Artistic Director Charles Newell and Executive [...]

Arc Theatre’s STEEL MAGNOLIAS Runs Through Feb 12 at Red Curtain Theater

by Michael J. Roberts

The Arc Theatre is pleased to present Robert Harling’s popular American classic STEEL MAGNOLIAS, directed by Artistic Director Mark [...]

Broadway In Chicago Announces Tix For “RAIN: A Tribute to the Beatles” On Sale Friday Jan 27

by Michael J. Roberts

Broadway In Chicago is pleased to announce that individual tickets for RAIN: A Tribute to [...]

Marriott’s “MAMMA MIA” Runs February 8 through April 2, 2017

by Michael J. Roberts

The global phenomenon seen by over 60 million people all around the world and one [...]


by Michael J. Roberts

The Gene Siskel Film Center (GSFC) of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago [...]


by Michael J. Roberts

For the second winter in a row, Spertus Institute for Jewish Learning and Leadership presents [...]

Death Takes a Holiday review at Charing Cross Theatre, London – ‘daring and unusual’

by Mark Shenton

Thom Southerland’s opening season as artistic director of Charing Cross Theatre has consisted of a trilogy of American musicals. He concludes it

Press Release: New Board Members for Actors’ Gang

by Tracey Paleo

  PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES (January 23, 2017) — The Actors’ Gang Artistic Director Tim Robbins, Executive Director Simon Hannah, and chair of the Board, Collette Brooks proudly announce the addition …

Actors’ Gang Goes To Prison

by Peter Finlayson

Walking into Walden House off of McArthur Park in downtown Los Angeles, can be a slightly unnerving moment.  It’s a discomforting environment, lots of tough looking guys milling about, tattoos, all a bit of …

Kathleen Turner and More to Join Dr. Ruth for LOVE 2.0 at Symphony Space

by BroadwayWorld

Just in time for Valentine's Day, Dr. Ruth Westheimer introduces an evening of fictional love stories, performed by actors including Peter Sagal Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me, Kathleen Turner Californication, and …

VIDEO: First Look - New Web Series THE NEXT FOUR YEARS from Broadway's Nick Blaemire & Hunter Arnold

by BroadwayWorld

Below, check out a first look at the hilarious new web seriesTHE NEXT FOUR YEARS, written and created byBroadway's Nick BlaemireCry-Baby, Glory Days andHunterArnoldDear Evan Hanson, Spring Awakening.

Cabaret Review: ‘Irving Berlin: A Simple Melody’ at the In Series

by Elle Marie Sullivan

Irving Berlin, a Russian Jewish immigrant, is one of the greatest composers of American music in the history of our young nation. His songs have stood strong for the last one hundred years and the In Series is …

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Winter (Rivendell Theatre)

by Catey Sullivan

Winter is coming - we all reach the point where there is far more behind us than ahead. Rivendell Theatre's Winter, by Julie Jensen, exploring one woman's personal winter as she comes to grips with her nascent …

2016 Sydney Theatre Awards Announced

by Arts Review

At a star-studded ceremony last night, the winners of the 2016 Sydney Theatre Awards were announced, with 35 Awards presented, shared between 15 productions, which played in Sydney during the calendar year of 2…

Theatre Review: ‘Lear’ by Lumina Studio Theatre

by Barbara Trainin Blank

If you’re looking for a strictly traditional “King Lear,” you won’t find it in the Lumina Studio Theatre production, now having a sadly short run at Silver Spring Black Box Theatre. However, if you’re…

Inside ‘Boys of Sondheim,’ part of the MELT festival in BRISBANE Feb 2-4

by Chris Fung

As part of their mandate to offer Brisbane audiences an alternative to mainstream musical theatre, Alex Woodward and Understudy Productions are once more set to thrill with Boys of Sondheim. A cabaret-concert w…

Robert Sean Leonard, Erin Davie & More Join Jake Gyllenhaal for Sunday in the Park with George

by Ryan McPhee

Look, they made a cast! The full team is now assembled for the Broadway return of Sunday in the Park with George. Among those joining the previously announced Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford are Tony winn…

Review: ‘Memphis’ at Ritz Theatre Company

by Deb Miller

“How could people be so bad that make me feel so good?” That is the rhetorical question posed by white DJ Huey Calhoun, a 9th-grade dropout with an eccentric style, a profound passion for black R&B musi…

APAP Announces 2017 Award Recipients

by American Theatre Editors

The organization salutes artists and presenters working in the performing arts.

Wainwright Building serves as model for KU students

by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Jayhawk architect hopefuls re-create panels used on landmark

Take a Moment, Turn Up the Volume, & Listen to This INSANE "I'm a Woman" from Concert for America

Julia Murney, Caissie Levy, Anika Larsen, & Shayna Steele SLAY "I'm a Woman" from Smokey Joe's Cafe at Concert For America.

‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Defies Winter Chill At Broadway Box Office

by Jeremy Gerard

An unlikely media sensation gets caught up in the Twitter-enhanced mythology that distorts his true nature as he becomes a national hero: Donald Trump? Evan Hansen? Both had big weeks in dark times (but while …

Nancy Opel-Led CURVY WIDOW Will Land at George Street Playhouse in May

by BroadwayWorld

George Street Playhouse has announced that the new musical comedy Curvy Widow, starring Broadway's Nancy Opel GSP's The Toxic Avenger, Broadway's Honeymoon in Vegas, will be the fifth and final show of the New …

Don’t Miss: ‘Falsettos’ Cast Album Release Event on 1/27

by Matthew Wexler

Ghostlight Records will celebrate the cast album of the critically acclaimed Broadway revival of William Finn and James Lapine’s Tony Award-winning musical Falsettos with a special in-store performance a…

This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 1/23/2017

This Week's New Classified Listings on for 1232017.

Theater News: Steve Martin and Edie Brickell's Bright Star Will Go on Tour

The award-winning Broadway musical is headed to a city near you.

Theater News: Nancy Opel to Star in New Musical Comedy Curvy Widow

The work is directed by Peter Flynn at George Street Playhouse.

Review: Peer Gynt and the Norwegian Hapa Band

Henrik Ibsen's epic story gets a 21st-century rock-and-roll makeover.

Theater News: Sunday in the Park, With Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford, Announces Full Cast

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's legendary musical will inaugurate the newly renovated Hudson Theatre.

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Brooks Ashmanskas, Phillip Boykin, Robert Sean Leonard, Ruthie Ann Miles and More Join SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE on Broadway; Cast Complete!

by BroadwayWorld

Just in - the complete castand creative team for Ambassador Theatre Group's Broadway revival of the New York City Centerproduction of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning Sunday in the Par…

Broadway Grosses: Oh, Hello Bids Farewell to Broadway on a Charmed Note

by Ryan McPhee

There's a little less tuna on Broadway now. Oh, Hello, starring Nick Kroll and John Mulaney as septuagenarian public access TV hosts, hung up its turtleneck at the Lyceum Theatre on January 22, ending …

Odds & Ends: Hear Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton Demos, See Cynthia Erivo Live & More

by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the weekend. Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Early Hamilton Tracks Looks like The Hamilton Mixtape: Volume 2 is taking shape! January 20 mar…

The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 Oh, Hello Guests You Want to Come to Broadway

by Lindsey Sullivan

Oh, Hello may be closed on Broadway, but we'll always remember Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's hilarious Great White Way stint and the countless guests who joined Gil Faizon and George St. Geegland f…

Save 20% to James Lapine's MRS. MILLER DOES HER THING starring Debra Monk, Boyd Gaines in Washington DC

by Contests - Broadway

A world premiere comedy by Pulitzer Prize winner James Lapine Sunday inthe Park with George. Mrs. Miller can't sing- but don't tell her that. Based on the real lifestory of Elva Miller, whose operatic off-key s…

Hell in a Handbag announces 2017 season

by Doug George

Hell in a Handbag Productions has announced its 2017 season, the 15th for the North Side company led by David Cerda and dedicated to all things parody and pop culture. This year's slate kicks off at the end of …

Reflecting National Dialogue Through Dance

by Robert Johnson

Ailey shines a spotlight on Apartheid, police brutality, the cradle-to-prison pipeline, and more.

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 1/22/17

by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 1222017.

INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 1/23

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS Read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 1222017.

‘Pinocchio’ Heading to London Stage

by Christopher D. Shea and Michael Paulson

The adaptation, approved by Disney Theatrical Productions, will have songs from the 1940 film, and is to open at the National Theater in December.

INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 1/23

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 1/22/2017. Top 5 by Th…

Dazzling 'Diamond Dogs' needs to let us join the adventure

by Chris Jones

Alastair Reynolds, a British astrophysicist who turned his hand to penning fiction, writes what is known as "hard sci-fi," or, yet more intensely, "dark, hard sci-fi." The term — which you are forgiven for no…

'The Temperamentals,' about a 1950s gay rights group, is an emotional night of theater

by Chris Jones

The Stonewall riots of June 1969, wherein the patrons of the Stonewall Inn in New York's Greenwich Village decided to fight back against police raids that had become routine, is justly seen as a pivotal ignitio…

New York City Ballet Presents the Here/Now Festival

by Terry Trucco

The Company showcases 30 years of new choreographers in the four-week spring celebration.

6 New Year’s Resolutions for Theatre for Young Audiences

by American Theatre Editors

Many of TYA's longtime aims---dramatizing thorny subjects, modeling diversity and tolerance---are more relevant than ever.

Just a Girl with a Dream: Interning and Envisioning at The Theater Offensive

by (adewunmi)

By Tatiana Gil. Tatiana Gil reflects on her experience interning for The Theater Offensive in Boston, Massachusetss last summer, sharing her vision of organizing creative spaces for queer youth.

Double Double, Jims in Trouble

by Alex Huntsberger

Monday, January 23, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Max von Essen Broadway Scrapbook: Les Miz, Dance of the Vampires, An American in Paris & More

Max von Essen looks back at his Tony-nominated stage career with these rare photos and unheard stories.

STAGE TUBE: Watch Project Ghostlight Illuminate Times Square!

by Stage Tube

Last Thursday night, on the eve of the Inauguration, more than 500 theaters, ensembles and companies, high school and university theater programs gathered across the country to light a light and make a pledge t…

Stage review: August Wilson's 'Jitney' debuts on Broadway

by Christopher Rawson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

NEW YORK — Frederick August Kittel, Jr. always said “my father very rarely came around.” He grew up in the cultural environment of his mother, Daisy Wilson, which is why, when his father died when he was …

Budapest’s Iván Fischer: Master Innovator

by Madeline Rogers

When the Budapest Festival Orchestra performers Beethoven, it’s never business as usual

Hamilton and Other Theater Shows Speak Their Concerns

by Rino16

The 2016 election has left many with divided feelings. Each group is left wondering what they have in common and how things went the way they did. The cast of the Broadway musical Hamilton took to the stage to …

Review: ‘The Full Monty’ at the John W. Engeman Theater at Northport

by Kristen Weyer

The John W. Engeman Theater at Northport rarely disappoints, and true to form their newest production, The Full Monty is remarkably well done. This ten-time Tony nominee has a book written by Terrence McNally, …

Theater Review: “Incident at Vichy” — The Vicissitudes of Guilt

by Bill Marx

Praxis Stage manages to get Arthur Miller's message across, and it is a valuable one that must be repeated well beyond the inauguration.

Theater News: Once Upon a Time Star Ginnifer Goodwin to Make L.A. Stage Debut in Constellations

Nick Payne's drama will be directed by Giovanna Sardelli.

What’s YOUR Problem? – A response to Lisa Clair’s “deep space lounge act” at the Wild Project

by Kate Dakota Kremer

Over the course of What’s YOUR Problem?, Clair elegantly applies the metaphor of alien invasion to her illness, illuminating the workings of an autoimmune disorder through a series of vital images and soundsc…

Review: ‘An Acoustic Evening with Lyle Lovett & John Hiatt’ at Strathmore

by Nicole Hertvik

There are very few things that could get me to uproot and move to Texas. Actually, there is just one thing, and his name is Lyle Lovett. Luckily, this long tall Texan graced the stage of Maryland’s Strath…

Jevon McFerrin, a 'Hamilton' standby on Broadway, gets his big chance

He's not worried. He is happy. Jevon McFerrin has grown up listening to the upbeat lyrics of his father's Grammy-winning song, "Don't Worry, Be Happy," but the irresistible earworm tune could be his theme song …


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