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Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Inside the Opening Night of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway

by Hannah Vine

The eighth chapter of J.K. Rowling's saga officially opened at the Lyric Theatre April 22.

Review: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child

by Brian Scott Lipton

Once again, there’s magic to do on Broadway. Jack Thorne’s “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child,” has settled in for a long run at the Lyric Theatre. And there are way more witches and wizards, not to men…

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Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

The charms of Harry Potter work on Broadway — but read the books first

by Peter Marks

The book’s fans will make it difficult to get tickets to “The Cursed Child.”

Review: Rhyme Gone Wild in ‘The Metromaniacs’

by Jesse Green

A French verse craze inspired a 1738 farce and now a comedy in couplets by David Ives.

Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Raises the Bar for Broadway Magic

by Ben Brantley

J.K. Rowling’s ever-popular boy wizard is all grown up in this enthralling two-part play, directed with seamless magic by John Tiffany.

Sam Campbell wins the 2018 Barry Award

by Arts Review

Sam Campbell has edged out seven other contenders to take out the Melbourne International Comedy Festival’s most prestigious gong, the Barry Award, for his critically acclaimed show The Trough. Launched in …

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child review – thrilling Broadway transfer is magic

by Alexis Soloski

Lyric Theater, New YorkJK Rowling’s wildly popular stage show has been brought to life again with audacious production design and crowd-pleasing wonderAnyone who tells you that adolescence is a magical time o…


by Howard Miller

Any hapless muggles who wander unprepared into Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, opening tonight at the beautifully redesigned Lyric Theatre, are likely to find themselves perplexed by much that is taking plac…

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child review at Lyric Theatre, New York – ‘a marvel’

by Mark Shenton

Even before its official opening, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been breaking all previous Broadway sales records, by a wide

Harry Potter comes to Broadway in a thoroughly rewarding production

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Lyric Theatre delivers theatrical thrills — and a touching tale of adolescence and fatherhood

Review: ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ brings magic to Broadway

by Elizabeth Bradley

If massive success on Broadway could ever be a foregone conclusion, “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” would indubitably be the show to bet on. The two-part play has arrived on Broadway after a West End ru…

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Ives Thrives on Rhymes Sublime: ‘The Metromaniacs’

by Matthew Wexler

Love interests, scheming servants, and mistaken identities launch a series of twists and turns in this breezy “translaptation” of a French farce by playwright David Ives.

EXCLUSIVE: Watch a Preview of Mandy Gonzalez Singing For New Streaming Service STAGE

by Leigh Scheps

First there was Grease You're the One That I Want On NBC in 2007. Then on MTV came Legally Blonde The Search for the Next Elle Woods on Broadway in 2008. Soon, theater fans will be excited to watch the next Bro…

‘Harry Potter And The Cursed Child’ Review: Broadway’s Perfectly Enchanted Evening (Or Two)

by Greg Evans

Like any magic worth an incantation, Harry Potter and The Cursed Child, opening on Broadway at the Lyric Theater tonight, depends on unspoiled illusions, a delight in life’s wonders and the skills to pres…

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Broadway’s Enchanted Kingdom

by Steven Suskin

★★★★ J.K. Rowling’s immortal wizard vanquishes Broadway, too The post Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: Broadway’s Enchanted Kingdom appeared first on New York Stage Review.

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A Magic Man Tested

by Elysa Gardner

★★★★ The boy who lived is a troubled father, in a haunting, exhilarating two-part play conceived by J.K. Rowling with top theater artists. The post Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: A Magic Man Tested …

Sam Walsh AO appointed new Chair of the Australia Council

by Arts Review

The Australia Council has welcomed the announcement by Minister Mitch Fifield of the appointment of Sam Walsh AO as the 13th Chair of the Australia Council for the Arts. Mr Walsh has a long standing commitment…

‘Metromaniacs’? Oui! Oui!!

by Sandi Durell

For Farciful Gallic Glee   By Beatrice Williams-Rude   A merengue, a confection; gives new meaning to the French connection. Metromaniacs is a 1738  farce by Alexis Piron, translated and adapted by …

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

The Metromaniacs

by Wendy Caster

So, I could rave about the writing (joyfully wonderful and silly rhymes by David Ives) or the acting (from a strong, talented, attractive ensemble) or the design (charming) or the direction (calibrated perfectl…

VIDEO: Justin Peck Talks CAROUSEL and His Career in Dance on SUNDAY MORNING

by Stage Tube

Justin Peck is a '21-century sensation' when it comes to the dance world. His most recent project was choreographing the current revival of Carousel on Broadway. Rita Braver interviewed Peck for CBS Sunday Morn…

Review Roundup: Did The Critics Think HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Was Magical?

by Review Roundups

A play in two parts, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child officially opens on Broadway tonight, April 22 at the Lyric Theatre 214 West 43rd Street, New York, NY. Let's see what the critics have to say

Read the Reviews for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on Broadway

by Ryan McPhee

The two-part play—the eighth chapter in J.K. Rowling's saga—officially opened at the Lyric Theatre April 22.

People You Should Know . . . Pilar Gonzalez

by Zack Calhoon

Pilar Gonzalez is from Queens, New York. Theatre and film credits include Scheherezade in The Arabian Nights (Aaron Davis Hall), Melissa in Freedom (YouTube original series), Rosalind in As You Like it: The Let…

Review: ‘Witch’ at Creative Cauldron

by Julia L. Exline

Creative Cauldron presents the world premiere of Witch, the fourth installment in their Bold New Works for Intimate Stages commissioning project. Written by Co-Directors Matt Conner (Music and Lyrics) and Step…

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: The Cake (Rivendell Theatre)

by Lauren Whalen

Some plays hit you right where you live. The Cake is about, well, a wedding cake, but it’s also about the pull between two worlds - the home you make as an adult, and the place you were born, and the everlast…

BWW Review: Juilliard's HIPPOLYTE ET ARICIE Shows How Modern French Opera Began

by Richard Sasanow

The Juilliard School pulled out all the stops for Stephen Wadsworth's production of 1733's HIPPOLYTE ET ARICIE by Jean-Philippe Rameau this week. Gorgeously designed by Charlie Corcoran with marvelous costumes …

BWW Interview: Lawrence Brownlee on CYCLES OF MY BEING, in NY Premiere at Carnegie's Zankel Hall, April 24

by Richard Sasanow

When tenor Lawrence Brownlee--he of the sweet, cultured tones and ringing high Cs--was first asked to put a recital together by Carnegie Hall, he chose Robert Schumann's Dichterliebe (A Poet's Love), the song c…

The Metromaniacs: David Ives Tickles a Rhyming French Mini-Classic

by David Finkle

★★★ Alexis Prion is the now-all-but-forgotten comic writer whose spoof is reworked The post The Metromaniacs: David Ives Tickles a Rhyming French Mini-Classic appeared first on New York Stage Review.

The Metromaniacs: David Ives’ Latest Shows It’s All in the Rhyming

by Michael Sommers

★★★ A French antique is smartly refinished by David Ives, but gets tarnished by its express delivery The post The Metromaniacs: David Ives’ Latest Shows It’s All in the Rhyming appeared first …

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Review :Amazing Freedom Fighters of Amsterdam

by Michael Block

By Ed MalinBarbara Kahn's new historical play Verzet Amsterdam is running through April 22nd at Theater for the New City.  Roberto Gonzales Jr. and Barbara Kahn direct this exciting tale of ordinary people…

Spotlight On...Toby Singer

by Michael Block

Name: Toby SingerHometown: Ann Arbor, MI (currently living in Brooklyn, NY)Education: University of Michigan (degree in Music Theory from the School of Music)Favorite Credits: Besides Wicked Frozen, co-writing …

Review: The Art of Being Kind

by Michael Block

By Ed MalinRetro Productions has commissioned a new play about the 1980s from playwright Gina Femia. We Are A Masterpiece, directed by DeLisa M. White, indeed follows Retro's mission of bringing us back in time…

Spotlight On...Eric Sirota

by Michael Block

Name:  Eric SirotaHometown:  Brooklyn, New York; Living in Flemington, NJ for the past 32 years.Education:  Stuyvesant High School, NYC (Frank McCourt was my homeroom teacher throughout high scho…

Review: A Classically Fun Story of Doing the Right Thing

by Michael Block

By Ed MalinSpicy Witch Productions (Rebecca Weiss, Artistic Director), a feminist theater company, is presenting a new translation of a classic play (Life Is A Dream by Pedro Calderón de la Barca, translated b…

BWW TV: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD

by BroadwayWorld TV

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts One and Two, opens tonight, April 22, at the Lyric Theatre 214 West 43rd Street, New York, NY. We're taking you on the red carpet on the big night. Watch the video below…

What's Going To Happen To The American Jazz Museum?

by Artsjournal2

The thing is, "the museum received a blistering report from a City Council-hired consultant earlier this month calling for a 'complete rebirth; and reorganized leadership. Museum Management Consultants Inc. iss…

Kokandy’s haunting “Grand Hotel”

by Bob Bullen

The musical Grand Hotel is, in many ways, an anomaly. Based on a 1932 MGM movie about the inner dramas occurring in an opulent Berlin hotel in 1928, this relentlessly dark show did not feel like a hit when it p…

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

My Last "King Lear"...At Least for A While

by Broadwayandme

Traditions says that King Lear is the most difficult role in the English-speaking theatrical canon. So as soon as actors hit their 50s, they start itching to take on the challenge. Which explains why there alwa…

Richard Oldenburg, Who Expanded MoMA And Drew Massive Crowds, Has Died At 84

by Artsjournal2

He led the museum through competing curatorial arguments, staff strikes, and more, while also getting a massive expansion and a boost to the endowment. But it all began with books, and a close relative: "Mr. Ol…

Top AJBlogs For The Weekend Of 04.22.18

by Artsjournal2

La Salle Art Museum’s Promo Video Highlights Deaccessioned Works “Wander through six permanentgalleries [emphasis added],” the caption for the video walk-through on the La Salle University Art Museum’…

Judging A Translation Is Fairly Tough, But Here Are Some Ideas To Consider

by Artsjournal2

Here's the deal: "We owe translators, and perhaps also ourselves, some recognition of what it might have meant to have handled every single word (space and punctuation mark) of the writing-to-be-translated, to …

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Amanuensis’ at Georgetown University

by John Stoltenberg

Time has not been kind to Great Dead White Male Artists, poor things. Nosey feminist historians have been poking around in these guys lives and digging up dirt about how they treated women! And now and then a c…

The Turner Prizewinner Who's Using Her Fame And Fortune To Help Others Up The Ladder

by Artsjournal2

Lubaina Himid won the prize in 2017 and has shows planned all over Europe this year. "All were programmed before the prize was announced, but Ms. Himid is now using her enhanced clout to request that galleries …

One Hot Contemporary Art Trend: Tapestries

by Artsjournal2

Renaissance tapestries are cold, ice cold - no one seems to want to spend substantial amounts of money on them. But new tapestries? Think computer-assisted, bright, and built to last. "Artists are getting reall…

Fifty Years Ago, These Four Pieces Of Music Blew Up The Modernist Status Quo

by Artsjournal2

Mark Swed: Terry Riley's 'In C' "is simply a collection of 53 melodic motives, all in or around the key of C. Any instrument or vocalist — and any number of them — can play or sing. Each motive is repeated,…

One Of France's Busiest Tourist Sites Is Evacuated By Police After A Threat

by Artsjournal2

Mont-Saint-Michel, in northwestern France, was evacuated Sunday after a man made threatening remarks on a morning shuttle to the site, got into a fight with café owners, and made threats against security force…

Coming Attractions: April 22 through May 8– 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, April 22, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Save On Top West End Musicals

by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo is pleased to bring you some incredible savings on West End musicals – Kinky Boots, Young Frankenstein, and Ruthless! We are currently offering the following savings on …

Review: Pittsburgh Opera's 'Elixir of Love' proves entertaining but unrefined

by Jeremy Reynolds / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Among the zanier adaptations of the medieval romance story of Tristan and Isolde, Donizetti’s opera buffa (read: screwball opera) “L’elisir d’amore” (”The Elixir of Love”) is perhaps the least sub…

Exclusive Podcast: Go 'Behind the Curtain' with Tony Nominee Jane Summerhays

by Behind The Curtain

The wry, witty, and sophisticated Tony nominee Jane Summerhays swings by Shetler Studios to look back on her incredible career in such musicals as A Chorus Line, Me and My Girl for which she was nominated for t…

It's Time To Stop Using An Ethnic Slur To Describe Itinerant Singers, Actors, And Dancers, Says Equity

by Artsjournal2

"The union that represents stage performers announced this week that it would cease using the title 'Gypsy Robe' to describe one of its most cherished insider rituals — the passing of a colorful patchwork gar…

A Photojournalist Killed In Libya Left Behind Tender Portraits Of Soldiers At Play

by Artsjournal2

Tim Hetherington, killed on assignment in 2011, "abhorred violence, but he took it upon himself to explore the subject of war on the front lines, alongside soldiers in Liberia, Afghanistan, and Libya. While emb…

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Aaron Spelling: The Genius of Idiocy

by Trav S.D.

April 22 is the natal day of television magnate Aaron Spelling (1923-2006). Because I have already written about some of his productions, and plan to write about others, it made sense to dash off a brief squib …

Paulanne Simmons Unscripted

by Barry Gordin

By: Paulanne Simmons Let’s Talk About Intermissions Most of the time when the intermission is over, the house lights go off and the play resumes. But a while ago something unusual happened. Although the o…

Lauren Gunderson’s ‘I And You’ at Globe Theatre, London

by Blouin Artinfo

Lauren Gunderson’s “I And You” is currently on stage at Globe Theatre, London. The runtime of the play is approximately 1 hour and 30 minutes. There is no intermission.The story of the play is about a 17-…

Steven Dietz’s “Lonely Planet” To Open at Trafalgar Studios, London

by Blouin Artinfo

Surgent Theatre recently announced their production of Steven Dietz’s “Lonely Planet” to open at Trafalgar Studio 2 in the run up to London’s iconic Pride parade through an official release.“The play …

BWW Retrospective: A Look at the History of BE MORE CHILL Before Its Off-Broadway Upgrade

by Alexa Criscitiello

It was announced this week that Be More Chill, the original musical with music and lyrics by Joe Iconis and a book by Joe Tracz will have its New York premiere production this summer. Stephen Brackett directs a…

MISSED THE BOAT: Photograph 51

by Debbie Gilpin

I do hope Photograph 51 might be revived over here one day, though maybe in a more intimate space than the Noel Coward Theatre, to really play up the atmosphere and tension.

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

How The Pulitzer Committee Chose Kendrick Lamar For Music

by Artsjournal2

Violinist and Pulitzer jury member Regina Carter: "I just sat down and it was like wow. I just felt like what he had to say and how he would say it, you had to really sit down and think about it and what does i…

Actually, Kendrick Lamar Should Have Gotten A Pulitzer For Writing, Not Music

by Artsjournal2

Here's why: "Literary recognition would transform every other young black boy writing rhymes. It would stick two fingers up at the notion that the only way young black boys can get respect is on the streets. Co…

This Week on Broadway for April 22, 2018: Lynn Ahrens

by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk with Lynn Ahrens. Reviews include My Fair Lady, Dance a Little Closer @ Green Room 42, Children of a Lesser God, MCC Theater’s production of…


by Corine Cohen

Corine Cohen discussing ‘Miss You Like Hell’ currently playing at The Public Theater.

Tim Cook’s Play Adam And Eve Comes To The Hope Theatre

by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Broken Silence Theatre are to bring Tim Cook’s play Adam and Eve to the Hope Theatre in May 2018. Adam and Eve is directed by Jennifer Davis. This post Tim Cook’s Play Adam And Eve C…

Quiz: How much do you know about millennial pop culture?

From Kardashians to K-Pop, Nollywood to memes, it’s time to test your knowledge 

‘Truly awe-inspiring’: ETHIOPIAN DREAMS – Underbelly

by Ian Foster

Circus Abyssinia: Ethiopian Dreams traces a true-life story of two Ethiopian brothers who were also responsible for founding the first circus in their country.

Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Apr. 22

by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, April 22, 2018 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Austin Pendleton In DRESS OF FIRE Opens Tonight Off-Broadway

by BroadwayWorld

DRESS OF FIRE, a new play by Nina Kethevan, starring Austin Pendleton, is set to officially open tonight (Sunday) at 7 pm at the 13th Street Theatre, 50 West 13 Street (just east of Sixth Ave.)

A Court In Mexico Has Blocked Sales Of The Frida Kahlo Barbie Doll

by Artsjournal2

Mattel's been met with a temporary injunction after "Kahlo’s great-niece Mara de Anda Romeo argued in a Mexican court that Mattel does not have the rights to use Kahlo’s image as part of its Inspiring Women…

Martyn Green: Mangled His Member Over Morris Garages

by Trav S.D.

No, not THAT member! Get your mind out of the gutter! A member is any constituent part of a whole. The noun applies to all limbs and natural protuberances on any creature, and today I regret to inform you that …

‘Intriguing collaboration between women’: SPIKED – Pleasance Theatre

by Tom Bolton

Spiked is an intriguing collaboration between women, with all-female cast and creatives, but lacks the subtlety or the focus to deliver the impact it clearly intends.

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Backstage with Richard Ridge: Call on Horace! HELLO, DOLLY's! Victor Garber Relives Some of His Greatest Roles

by Richard Ridge

He has played roles as varied as Jesus andMr. Applegate John Wilkes Booth andThomas Andrews Anthonyand Professor Callahan. Nowadays he's bringing audiences to their feet eight times a week at the Shubert Theatr…

Washing Ashore in Nashville’s Open-Arms Artistic Community

by (jdstokely)

By Daniel Jones. Theatremaker Daniel Jones introduces this week’s series on Nashville, the city that welcomed him—and has recently welcomed droves of other young artists—with open arms.

New York Removes A Statue Of The 'Father Of Gynecology,' Who Experimented On Enslaved Black Women

by Artsjournal2

This wasn't a fast decision about the man who didn't use anesthesia when he performed experimental surgeries on the women. "The removal of his 80-year-old statue comes after eight years of protests, activism an…

When You're One Of TV's Rare Latina Leads, You Have To Prove Yourself In Many Arenas (Including The Climbing Wall)

by Artsjournal2

Jaina Lee Ortiz is starring in a show about firefighters, so naturally, she "signed herself up for the firefighter’s Candidate Physical Abilities Test as soon as she landed the Station 19 role, running up fli…

Comedians: racist and sexist standups who messed with audiences’ minds

by Daniel Rosenthal

Trevor Griffiths’s groundbreaking 1975 play that ‘invited audiences to laugh, then punished them for doing so’ is 40 years old. Here, those who made it look back at this ‘totally original’ showWhen Pe…

‘Excellent moments of tension & social commentary’: INSTRUCTIONS FOR CORRECT ASSEMBLY – Royal Court Theatre

by Laura Kressly

There are some sharp writing and unexpected laughs from Thomas Eccleshare’s script in Instructions For Correct Assembly, and its marriage with design elements makes this a smart production.

Sunday, April 22, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

The Magic Begins! HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Officially Opens on Broadway Tonight

by Stephanie Wild

A play in two parts, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child officially opens on Broadway tonight, April 22 at the Lyric Theatre 214 West 43rd Street, New York, NY. Be sure to check back tonight, as BroadwayWorld wil…

Bette Midler returns to Hello Dolly! on Broadway

by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Bette Midler and David Hyde Pierce will return to Hello Dolly! on Broadway prior to the show’s closure on August 25, 2018. This post Bette Midler returns to Hello Dolly! on Broadway first …

The 70 Year Career of Eddie Albert

by Trav S.D.

There are many ways to skin a cat. Edward Albert Heimberger’s (1906-2005) pathway to the top in show business was unconventional but it got him there. The kid who would become “Eddie Albert” g…


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