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Wednesday, August 24, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)

STAGE TUBE: Orlando Shakespeare Theatre Presents WEST SIDE STORY COVER BATTLE

by Stage Tube

From the Theater that brought you 2014's 'Les Miserables Flash Mob' and 2015's 'Monty Python's SPAMALOT Sing-along,' Orlando Shakespeare Theater Orlando Shakes presents a 'West Side Story Cover Battle'

Abbotsford Convent announce Collette Brennan as new CEO

by Arts Review

Abbotsford Convent has announced Collette Brennan as the new CEO, succeeding the Convent’s founding CEO Maggie Maguire, who is leaving next month after almost 11 years. Abbotsford Convent Foundation (ACF) Ch…

Test Your Showbiz Food Knowledge

by Ruthie Fierberg

Food, glorious food! How much do you know about the culinary components of these shows?

Playbill Vault's Today in Theatre History: August 24

by David Gewirtzman

Their Favorite Things: Tony Winner Nina Arianda Shares Her Theatregoing Experiences

by Andrew Gans

The actress can currently be seen in the new Meryl Streep film Florence Foster Jenkins.

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Failing To Your Back Up Plan

by Joe Patti

Harvard Business Review had a short piece about a study that found that having a back-up plan often undermines one’s motivation to succeed.  The interviewer specifically uses an example of having a back-…

Daphne Rubin-Vega Joins Cast of World Premiere of MISS YOU LIKE HELL at La Jolla Playhouse

by BroadwayWorld

La Jolla Playhouse announces the cast and creative team for its world-premiere production ofMiss You Like Hell, book and lyrics by Pulitzer Prize winnerQuiara Alegria HudesIn the Heights, Water by the Spoonful,…

Javier Munoz to Receive 2016 Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors HOLA Award

by BroadwayWorld

The Hispanic Organization of Latin Actors HOLA, the nation's longest running active arts advocacy organization for Latino actors, is pleased to announce that it will honor performers Javier Muoz currently playi…

Casting Announced for The Hypocrites’ CINDERELLA AT THE THEATER OF POTATOES Runs Nov 12- Jan 8, 2017 at The Den Theatre

by Michael J. Roberts

The Hypocrites is pleased to announce casting for its second production of its 20th Anniversary season, [...]

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Steven Hill, who played 'Law & Order' DA Schiff, dies at 94

LOS ANGELES (AP) - Steven Hill, a versatile character actor in theater, films and television who achieved his greatest success late in life as grumpy District Attorney Adam Schiff on TV's long-running "Law &…

Steven Hill, D.A. Adam Schiff on ‘Law & Order,’ Dies at 94

by Carmel Dagan

Steven Hill, who starred for years as District Attorney Adam Schiff on “Law & Order” and decades earlier played the leader of the Impossible Missions Force before Peter Graves on TV’s &…

'Law & Order' star Steven Hill dies at 94

He was best known as gruff district attorney Adam Schiff.        

Steven Hill, who played 'Law & Order' DA Schiff, dies at 94

by Ap Television Writer

LOS ANGELES (AP) -- Steven Hill, a versatile character actor in theater, films and television who achieved his greatest success late in life as grumpy District Attorney Adam Schiff on TV's long-…

End of Q1 Results for Broadway’s 2016-17 Season.

The first sign that summer is sliding into the sunset is when the books close on the first quarter of the Broadway season.  And they did just that this past Sunday. Hard to believe that 13 weeks have flown by…

Steven Hill, Who Starred on ‘Law & Order’ and ‘Mission: Impossible,’ Dies at 94

by Anita Gates

Mr. Hill appeared in feature films and originated imposing lead roles on television series in the 1960s and in the 1990s.

Review: ‘Kate Plays Christine,’ a Blurring of Fact and Fiction in a Suicide Story

by Stephen Holden

This movie is a sequel of sorts to Robert Greene’s “Actress,” which focuses on boundaries between actors playing themselves and fictional characters.

Broadway Stars Belt It Out in the Boroughs

Initiative brings free musical theater to underserved neighborhoods in New York City.

Call Answered: Andrea Alton: A Microwaved Burrito Filled With E. coli 2016 FringeNYC

by Call Me Adam

Call Answered: I love Burritos and I adore Andrea Alton. Ever since I found out about her alter ego Molly "Equality" Dykeman, I've been wanting to sit down with Andrea to talk about her alter ego. When I found …

Newark tap superstar Savion Glover to premiere major new work at NJPAC

by Vicki Hyman | Nj Advance Media For

Savion Glover's 'Chronology of a HooFer,' set for October, will pay tribute to his influences, from Jimmy Slyde to Gregory Hines

Alexander Hamilton and Elizabeth Schuyler's Tumultuous Love Story


Historian Elizabeth Cobbs tells the true love story of founding father Alexander Hamilton and his remarkable wife, Elizabeth Schuyler, in her new novel, The Hamilton Affair, starting from their passionate be…

Fall arts 2016: 'Hedwig's' back; so is Tom Stoppard and ... Donald Trump on stage?

by Karen D'

Fall stage season features 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch,' a new Tom Stoppard play, and a Berkeley Rep political satire featuring a guy who sounds a lot like The Donald.

Yet another dancer leaves Pennsylvania Ballet

by Ellen Dunkel

Radcliffe says he’s waiting for the perfect musical

Daniel Radcliffe on ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ and wanting to do more theatre, once he finds the perfect part. (Aug. 23)        

Fun facts about the classic movie 'Blazing Saddles'

A few fun facts about the classic movie 'Blazing Saddles' directed by Mel Brooks, who has recently been sharing fun behind-the-scenes stories about the iconic movie that was the beginning of a series of comedic…

Mel Brooks reveals the stories behind 'Blazing Saddles'

Madeline Kahn’s audition is just one anecdote about the classic Western movie send-up.        

Patrick Wilson Boards Liam Neeson’s Thriller ‘The Commuter’

by Dave McNary

Patrick Wilson is coming aboard the Liam Neeson thriller “The Commuter,” joining his “The Conjuring 2” star Vera Farmiga. Jaume Collet-Serra is directing the film, marking the fourth collabor…

New York Film Festival Adds ‘Hamilton’s America,’ Stephen Sondheim and More Jarmusch

by Gordon Cox

The world premieres of two theater documentaries — Alex Horwitz’s “Hamilton’s America,” a behind-the-scenes look at the history of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Broadway megasmash …

Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga Join Liam Neeson in The Commuter

by Jordan Crucchiola

When you’ve accessed a different spiritual dimension with another person, you’re kind of bound for life. So of course Conjuring 2 co-stars Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga will be reteaming for ano…

Actress Danielle Brooks Teaches Conan Her Beatboxing Technique

by Max Cea

Is beatboxing an innate skill or one that can be learned? Actress Danielle Brooks, known for her work in Orange is the New Black and Broadway's The Color Purple, made a case for the latter on Conan&nb…

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

54th NY Film Festival

by Barry

54th New York Film Festival, September 30-October 16 By: Ellis Nassour For 17 days and nights, movie lovers at Film Society of Lincoln Center’s 54th New York Film Festival (NYFF), running September 30 – O…

Town Hall Unites LA Theatre Community in Civil Discussion of Equity/99-Seat Conflict

by Hoyt Hilsman

by HOYT HILSMAN 14, 2016 is D-Day for intimate theater in Los Angeles. That’s the deadline Actors’ Equity Association (Equity) has set for the implementation of its new Agreement that most observers bel…

Pico Playhouse’s “Next to Normal” Is Next to Perfect

by Cary Ginell

REVIEW BY CARY GINELL Last Sunday, we ventured into Los Angeles to see two Ventura County theater alumni in a production of Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey’s Next to Normal, the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning…

Catherine Truman: Touching Distance

by Arts Review

Catherine Truman is best known for intricately and evocatively carved wood and mother of pearl jewellery and intimate sculptural objects, yet her oeuvre encompasses large public works, drawing and writing, p…

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Lee Serle

by Arts Review

Who is Lee Serle? A contemporary dance choreographer and performer born in Melbourne, now based in New York. What would you do differently to what you do now? Pursue a career that has better financial stabilit…

Review: Tribes at

by Gloria Miller

- Nina Raine's powerful play lives on at Barrington Stage

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Following Workshop at the Public Theatre, Details About Stephen Sondheim's New Musical Emerge

by BroadwayWorld

This week, The New York Post reported on a recent reading of theupcoming new musical from legendary musical theatre composer, Stephen Sondheim.

Photo Coverage: Stars Turn Out for Keala Settle and Frank Wildhorn at Broadway at Birdland!

by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway at Birdland concert series was thrilled to present multi-Grammy and Tony Award-nominated composerproducer Frank Wildhorn and Tony Award-nominated singeractress Keala Settle currently starring inWai…

Loathe your job in your 20s or 30s? That may hurt your health by your 40s.

Your first job can be a grind. Many of us start out in gigs that we never thought we’d have to take, maybe because the job market is just too … Click to Continue » #LiveatFive with Andrew Chappelle of Hamilton


Hamilton super swing Andrew Chappelle stops by HQ to chat with Paul Wontorek. 

They Drink It in the Congo, Almeida Theatre

by Aleks Sierz

Do you carry a small part of the Congo every day on your person? Probably. Your mobile phone will contain coltan, aka columbite tantalum, which is used to make your electronics work better. And this is mined in…

In Santa Monica, parents are paying $1,000 for a boot camp to get their kids ready for kindergarten

SANTA MONICA – The summer school students plopped down on an orange mat and listened as teacher Elizabeth Fraley read aloud to them from a book. As she pointed out … Click to Continue »

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Stephen Sondheim is halfway done with his new musical

by Michael Riedel

In the halls of the Public Theater, where “Hamilton” started, they’re buzzing about another new musical with a one-word title — “Bunuel.” That would be Luis Bunuel, the great surrealist director who…

Critic’s Notebook: FringeNYC: Plays That Are Bold, Daring and Full of Lust

by Laura Collins-Hughes

A critic revisits the festival for “The Box Show,” “Thud!,” a new “Cyrano,” “Night of the Living N-Word!!” and “Roadkill.”

Review: ‘Broadway Bounty Hunter’ Stars Annie Golden as Herself

by Charles Isherwood

This musical, at Barrington Stage Company, finds some goofy pleasures in the story of an actress who chases down criminals.

Edinburgh Fringe Review: We Live by the Sea, The Pleasance Courtyard

by Phoebe Graham

It felt like the softest of hands had reached out, intertwined its fingers with mine, and squeezed as if to say: we get it. Patch of Blue theatre, alongside the National Autistic Society, are taking the path l…

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

The Woodsman Will Air on PBS

by Ruthie Fierberg

The Off-Broadway hit gets a spot in primetime.

Matthew Broderick Will Be Honored at Friends of Hudson River Park Gala 2016

by BroadwayWorld

Gala Co-Chairs Mia Jung amp Scott M. Lawin, Sukey amp Michael E. NovogratzMegan Walsh Shaoul amp Ben Shaoul, and Diana L. Taylor have announced the Friends of Hudson River Park Gala 2016, hosted by Harry Connic…

VIDEO: Bette Midler On Gender Relations, Planting Trees and The Challenge of HELLO, DOLLY!

by Michael Dale

The last time Bette Midler graced a Broadway stage, she was the sole cast member of John Logan's I'LL EAT YOU LAST A CHAT WITH SUE MENGERS.

Film News: Hamilton and Merrily Documentaries to Premiere at New York Film Festival

Stephen Sondheim will attend the screening of Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened.

Photo Flash: Sara Bareilles, Jessie Mueller, and More Celebrate Waitress Cast Recording

The composer and her cast members were on hand to sign copies of the new CD.

The Apollo to Hold Amateur Night Auditions in Multiple Cities

by Olivia Clement

Contestants from NYC, Philadelphia and Washington, DC, will have a chance to compete for the $20,000 top prize.

Marc Acito and John Rando Working on Asian Jukebox Musical

by Michael Gioia

The project, with songs by Taiwanese musician Jay Chou, will open in Beijing in December.

Watch Jessie Mueller Perform from Waitress Live

by Robert Viagas

Sara Bareilles introduced the song during a live performance at Barnes and Noble.

Watch Jessie Mueller Perform Cut Song from Waitress Live

by Robert Viagas

Sara Bareilles introduced the song during a live performance at Barnes and Noble.

Edinburgh Fringe Review: The Dwelling Place, Summerhall

by Edwina McEachran

In the basement of Summerhall is a small desolate island off the Scottish Hebrides. Through large projections of a calm sea, desolate and abandoned homes, and a littering of artefacts placed between two rooms, …

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Nuclear Family, Assembly Roxy

by Edwina McEachran

Everyone wants to be an armchair detective. After the popularity of Netflix show How to Make a Murderer our insatiable need for crime thrillers has gone wild. Nuclear family is a real time, murder mystery, whod…

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Solo Date, Assembly George Square Studios

by Edwina McEachran

Solo Date follows Ho-Nein after the death of his long term partner Alain. In an attempt to regain what was lost along with Alain’s physical body, Ho-Nien invests in an operating system that resembles his late…

Edinburgh Fringe Review: Camille, Summerhall

by Edwina McEachran

As a victim of a hugely unfair patriarchal struggle, sculptor and artist Camille Claudel, (born in 1864) is subjected to imprisonment in a mental institute to live out her last 30 years. Claudel’s struggles (…

Edinburgh Fringe Review: I keep a woman in my flat chained to a radiator, Zoo

by Edwina McEachran

As one of the most literal titles at the fringe this year, the premise of this show is probably quite obvious. This comedy jumps straight into a regular night at financial advisor Stephen’s studio flat: we me…

Review: Jungle Book, London Wonderground

by Rebekah Ellerby

I’ll admit I was concerned about a mash up of hip-hop, dance-theatre and narrative-circus. To add to that, the show is an adaptation of my favourite childhood film The Jungle Book (originally a book by Ru…

Odds & Ends: John Gallagher Jr. to Return to NYC Stage, Watch Emma Stone Tackle Pasek & Paul & More

by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. John Gallagher Jr. to Return to New York Stage Spring Awakening Tony winner John Gallagher Jr., AKA Johnny Gallagher, will appear at Joe's …

Shanghai Acrobats at Orlando’s Dr. Phillips Center in December

by Michael J. Roberts

The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts announces the Orlando engagement of Shanghai Acrobats’ [...]


by Michael J. Roberts

The World Premiere of “I Do Today” will run at the Greenhouse Theater Center (2257 [...]

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

The 9:30 PM ‘Summer Hummer V: Champions’ at Signature Theatre

by Kendall Mostafavi

Last night, Signature Theatre presented their fifth annual Summer Hummer benefit, Summer Hummer V. Champions. Stronger. Harder. Longer. And was it ever. The event’s proceeds go to Taking Care of Our Own, a fu…

Raj Fernando’s Leadership and Political Activity

by Rino16

Raj Fernando is an entrepreneur who founded the company Chopper Trading in the year 2002. He has lived and worked in the city of Chicago for many years. Beginning in 1996, he worked at the Chicago Board of Trad…

Lineup Set for Free Concert Celebrating Chicago's Two Decades on Broadway

by Andrew Gans

The evening is part of the SummerStage series in Central Park.

Merrily We Roll Along Documentary Will Debut at NY Film Festival

by Robert Viagas

Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened is directed by original co-star Lonny Price.

Grammy Winner Tito Nieves to Star in World Premiere of New Musical

by Olivia Clement

The 1970’s Harlem-set I Like It Like That will debut Off-Broadway next month.


by BroadwayWorld

The Dramatists Legal Defense Fund 'DLDF' willpresent 'Banned Together A Censorship Cabaret' as a part of Banned Books Week September 25-October 1st, the annual celebration of the freedom to read. The performanc…

HAMILTON and MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Documentaries to Premiere at 2016 NYFF

by TV News Desk

Special Events will feature the world premiere of Lonny Price's Best Worst Thing That Ever Could Have Happened, a nonfiction account of Stephen Sondheim and Harold Prince's 1981 musical-flop-turned-cult-favorit…

Q&A With Drew Hodges: In the Room From 'Rent' to 'Hamilton'

by Patrick Pacheco

In 1998, Nicole Kidman’s stage debut in David Hare’s “The Blue Room” was, as Newsweek put it, “one of the hottest tickets for a play in Broadway history.” In preparing a poster for the show, art dir…

Why Aren’t We Driving Self-Driving Cars Yet? It’s All About The Culture

by Douglas McLennan

Driverless cars are here and they work and by all accounts they make driving safer than when humans are piloting. So why aren’t they already in showrooms? Not so fast. It’s not just about whether th…

St. Louis Symphony Orchestra announces Spanish tour for 2017

by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The SLSO will take two programs for four concerts in three cities

Stephen Karam's Speech & Debate Film Will Be Packed With Broadway Stars

by Robert Viagas

The film is based on the breakthrough play by the author of the Tony-winning The Humans.

Best Year Yet for Talk Fusion in Tampa

by Rino16

Talk Fusion is proving its excellence in the video industry with its second award this year! One of the main products, Video Chat, was honored to receive the 2016 Communications Solutions Products of the Year A…

Tuesday, August 23, 2016 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

‘Good, frank theatre about sex, erotic without being exploitative’: Stratford’s Bunny offers something rare

by Robert Cushman

Robert Cushman: Every word, every wince, every nervous smile is perfectly timed, perfectly true: wit in the service of feeling

Wayne Brady Among Starry Cast for Broadway-Bound SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE Developmental Lab

by BroadwayWorld

Steven Baruch, Marc Routh, Richard Frankel and Tom Viertel confirmed today that there will be invited presentations of selections from the musical this September, in anticipation of a Broadway production to be …

MY FAIR LADY, Starring Paul Alexander Nolan and Kelli Barrett, Extends at Bay Street Theater

by BroadwayWorld

Bay Street Theater recently announced that MY FAIR LADY will be extended through September 4 due to popular demand.

Patrick Wilson Joins Liam Neeson in Action Thriller THE COMMUTER

by Movies News Desk

Patrick Wilson has joined the action thriller THE COMMUTER from director Jaume Collet. The actor will join previously announced cast members Liam Neeson and his 'Conjuring 2' co-star Vera Farmiga in the project…

Photo Flash: The Rockettes Prance in CHRISTMAS IN AUGUST Outside Radio City

by BroadwayWorld

Earlier today,Tuesday, August 23, the annual Christmas in August event at Radio City Music Hall kicked off the 2016 season of the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes. Scroll down for photos


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