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Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Annie Baker Contemplates the Vagaries of Storytelling in "The Antipodes"

by Broadwayandme

Like most talented playwrights these days, Annie Baker has no doubt been asked to spend some time in a writers' room for one of the prestige TV shows. But on the basis of her new play The Antipodes, which has j…

Photo Flash: First Look at Nathan Lane, Andrew Garfield & More in ANGELS IN AMERICA

by BroadwayWorld

The cast of the National Theatre's 2017 revival of Tony Kushner's landmark workAngels in AmericaincludesStuart Angell,Mark Arnold, Arun Blair-Mangat, Susan Brown, Laura Caldow, Andrew Garfield, Denise Gough, Ka…

BWW's On This Day - April 29, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on April 29 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Photos: First look at the first part of Angels in America

Millennium Approaches is the first part of Tony Kushner's play, which is directed by Marianne Elliott at the National Theatre


by Laura Kressly

Taking a cabaret-style approach lends itself to the wonderfully disparate stories – Korean Culture camp as a child, hanging out in Seattle’s cafes, a layover in Korea, and internet dating all feature along …

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Romeo And Juliet, The Globe ✭✭✭✭

by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Kramer and the cast of Romeo and Juliet deserve praise for taking a well-trod story and giving it a fresh, interesting and exciting new slant. This post REVIEW: Romeo And Juliet, The Globe ✭✭…

Features: My Top 5 Showtunes: Peter Straker

The actor tells us the musical numbers he couldn't live without

Review: Review: The Treatment (Almeida Theatre)

Martin Crimp's superbly dark play is revived by Lyndsey Turner

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Balancing Acts by Nicholas Hytner review – secrets of the National Theatre

by Andrew Dickson

The NT’s former artistic director digs up absorbing material, and argues that high-minded can also be showbiz goldImpressive though his time running the National Theatre was, in one respect Nicholas Hytner st…

Review: Twelfth Night, Blue Elephant Theatre

by Dan Rubins

Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night is all over the place this year. The glorious production starring Tamsin Greig at the National Theatre closes in mid-May, only days before Emma Rice’s interpretation opens at Sha…

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Maxine Peake: 'I'm a Corbyn supporter. We need a coup'

by Simon Hattenstone

She used to be told she was too fat, too northern, too political. Decades into a stellar career, Maxine Peake is on fighting formMaxine Peake looks at me and rolls her eyes. “Last time we met, you got me into…

From the rehearsal room: A peek at The Pulverised

by Daniel Perks

The back of the set is a false dividing wall (as you would find in offices) that has exploded. That was the one metaphor – the idea that all of these things flood the space but that nothing has any substance,…

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

The Treatment, Almeida Theatre, review - exhilarating Crimp never more relevant

by Aleks.sierz

Colourful and vivid revival of Martin Crimp’s 1993 tale of New YorkPlaywright Martin Crimp’s 1993 satirical epic, The Treatment, is a fabulous work, but it’s rarely revived. Although much of his back cata…

BWW Review: The Door Slams Back in Lucas Hnath's A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2

by Michael Dale

When a classic play from the past is revived, there's always the temptation to point out its relevance to today, or at least to present it through a contemporary lens. In some ways, that's what playwright Luca…

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Two Weddings, One Bride

by Arts Review

Sumptuous costumes, gorgeous sets and joyful melodies that take you all the way to French Morocco, Opera Australia premieres Two Weddings, One Bride – an exciting new work by Robert Andrew Greene at …

Review: ‘Three Sisters’ at Maly Drama Theatre at The Kennedy Center

by David Friscic

Anton Chekhov’s classic play Three Sisters is being given a superb rendering by the Maly Drama Theatre (from St Petersburg, Russia) at the Kennedy Center’s Eisenhower Theater. Director Lev Dodin emphasizes …

Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy

by Arts Review

The first major survey exhibition of the work of one of Australia’s leading and most intriguing contemporary artists, Monash University Museum of Art presents Christian Thompson: Ritual Intimacy, currently on…

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Theater News: World Premiere of Objects in the Mirror Begins Performances at Goodman Theatre

Daniel Kyri stars in the production, directed by Chuck Smith.

Houdini Defies Death One More Time In Return To The Arsht

by Bill Hirschman

(The following is an updated review from 2012  plus a feature story written about this same production’s original visit to the Arsht four years ago. Most of the cast is the same, but several magical effe…

Saturday, April 29, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Bob Balaban Presents Gosford Park at Metrograph, New York

by Blouin Artinfo

'Gosford Park', the 2001 British mystery film and nominated for the Academy Award for Best Picture, will be screened at Metrograph in New York on May 10, 2017.Produced by Bob Balaban and directed…

‘Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me’ at BAM, New York

by Blouin Artinfo

'Twin Peaks: Fire Walk With Me', the prequel to Lynch's cult television series Twin Peaks, will be screened at BAM, New York on May 12, 2017.Written by David Lynch and Robert Engels and directed by Da…

‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ at UA Court Street Theatre, New York

by Blouin Artinfo

The Guy Ritchie-directed Fantasy/Drama, 'King Arthur: Legend of the Sword' will be playing at UA Court Street Theatre in New York from May 11-18, 2017.The film centers on Arthur’s journey from the street…

Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9 to be Performed at Lincoln Center, New York

by Blouin Artinfo

'Ode to Joy: Beethoven’s Symphony No. 9', will be performed at the Lincoln Center in New York from May 3 through May 9, 2017.Alan Gilbert will be conducting the symphonic celebration of brotherhood that is Be…

The Realistic Joneses

by Arts Review

A wry comedy about two suburban couples who have more in common than just their identical homes and the same last name, Red Stitch Theatre presents the Australian premiere of Will Eno’s The Realistic Joneses…

@CalgaryOpera Take It Up @SchittsCreek

by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess loves Canada, been there several times. She has relatives there, she skis (badly), she loves the film industry there – she enjoys the orca whales…and they have the hottest Prime M…

Cate Blanchett WIll Star in Ivo van Hove's All About Eve


Cate Blanchett has landed her next stage project. She will star as Margo Channing in a stage version of All About Eve directed by Tony winner Ivo van Hove, according to the New York Times. The production will o…

FROM THE ARCHIVES: How Nick & Nora Became the Stuff of Broadway Legend

by William Wolf

Arthur Laurents, Joanna Gleason, and Barry Bostwick talk martinis and musicals in this interview about the troubled Broadway musical that played 71 previews at the Marquis Theatre.

The Wire and True Detective Star Michael Potts Takes on Fake News in Broadway’s 1984

by Joe Gambino

The star of Broadway’s Jitney and Book of Mormon talks about the upcoming stage adaptation—and other standout moments of this 30-year career.

How Ella Fitzgerald Inspired a New Generation of Artists

by Adam Hetrick

Jazz at Lincoln Center hosts three evenings of concerts in honor of the legend’s birthday.

What’s Hot in London April 29–May 5

by Mark Shenton

Ivo van Hove opens Obsession with Jude Law, and sets his sights on a new stage adaptation of All About Eve.

See the Playbills of the Spring 2016–17 Broadway Season

by Hannah Vine

Look at all the shows that opened on Broadway this season as it comes to a close.

Spend a Two Show Day at Amélie Starring Phillipa Soo

by Hannah Vine

Alyse Alan Louis shows us what it’s like to do a double-duty day at the Walter Kerr Theatre.

Take a Look Back at the Original Broadway Run of Falsettos on Their 25th Anniversary

by Hannah Vine

The show celebrates 25 years after the original Broadway production opened on April 29, 1992.

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Tom Hanks Rocks Bruce Springsteen, After Saluting Jonathan Demme – Tribeca Film Festival

by Jeremy Gerard

The Tribeca Film Festival conversation between Tom Hanks and Bruce Springsteen was planned long in advance but took on an unanticipated poignancy in the timing Friday afternoon, as an overflow crowd jammed the …

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Unstacked: revealing the hidden gems of the State Library of NSW

by Arts Review

What are people looking for when they browse the State Library of NSW’s collection of six million items? There are books in there, of course, but also photographs, soldiers diaries from World War One, locks o…

On the Couch with Vidya Makan

by Arts Review

Who is Vidya Makan? Just a 22 year old Brissy girl trying to stay warm in Melbourne. What would you do differently to what you do now? If I knew, I’d probably be doing it differently! Who inspires you and why…

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Laura Benanti, Alice Ripley, and More to Help Feinstein's/54 Below Celebrate Five Year Anniversary

by BroadwayWorld

In the five years since its opening in June of 2012, Feinstein's54 Below has presented over four thousand shows with countless artists in a wide array of programming and musical styles. Now an indispensable par…

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: The Most Happy Fella (Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre)

by Catey Sullivan

Frank Loesser’s score has some fine moments, Adam Veness' vineyard set is impressive, and newcomer Molly Hernandez’ powerful soprano and radiant stage presence is a huge new talent who seems poised for star…

The Bodyguard review – a shallow, shaky love story with all the thrills of a wet sock

by Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

Sydney Lyric Theatre, SydneyEven Australian Idol Paulini’s stellar voice can’t rescue this musical, which turns the Whitney Houston film into a glitzy but baffling spectacle for the stageThere’s a moment …

Glass Menagerie Stunner Madison Ferris on Bad Audition Tapes, Nude Paintings and Getting Distracted by Daniel Craig

by Paul Wontorek

Only 25, Madison Ferris is making theatergoers sit up and take notice. Most obviously, the Broadway newbie who is playing Laura opposite Sally Field’s Amanda in The Glass Menagerie has muscular distrophy,… #LiveatFive with Jennifer Laura Thompson of Dear Evan Hansen


Jennifer Laura Thompson stops by HQ to chat about Dear Evan Hansen and more with Paul Wontorek.

Pure Confidence

by Steven Morris

The post Pure Confidence appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.


by Philip Boroff

Producer Ben Sprecher broke down on the stand today at the Rebecca civil trial in lower Manhattan, while recounting being forced to shutter the $12 million musical on the eve of its first rehearsal. “Th…

The Cardinal review at Southwark Playhouse, London – ‘gratifyingly dark farce’

by Rafaella Marcus

Like most 17th century revenge tragedies, James Shirley’s The Cardinal is a gratifyingly dark farce: masques, wars, poisonings, and illicit love abound

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Feinstein’s/54Below To Celebrate 5 Years June 5

by Sandi Durell

    Can it already be five years that Feinsein’s/54 Below opened?  Since June 2012 New York’s Nightclub has created a wide array of programming and musical styles and can claim over 4000 …

Video: A Behind-The-Scenes Look at ‘Dorian’s Closet’ at Rep Stage

by Mark Beachy

VIDEO: A Behind-The-Scenes Look at ‘Dorian’s Closet’ at Rep Stage. Video Produced, Shot, and Edited by Mark Beachy.

Theatre Review: ‘The Fantasticks’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company

by Lynne Menefee

It has been an exciting season this year with a few Baltimore theaters expanding their repertoire by including a musical in their traditionally non-musical lineup. Chesapeake Shakespeare Company (CSC) is curre…

Theater News: Sara Bareilles to Be Honored by Covenant House

Jessie Mueller, Stephanie J. Block, and more will perform in her honor.

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Theater News: Full Casting Set for the Muny's All Shook Up!

The production will star Caroline Bowman in the Elvis Presley-inspired musical.

Newly Formed ‘Independent Theatres of Los Angeles’ To Hold Citywide Auditions

by Tracey Paleo

Press Release Intimate theater companies in Los Angeles that have been denied membership status by Actors Equity Association, and/or find themselves financially unable to sign AEA’s new Los Angeles 99-Seat Th…

Odds & Ends: Watch Sierra Boggess Sing Phantom in Three Languages, Great Comet Performs on Today & More


Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Sierra Boggess Sings Phantom in Three Languages Broadway favorite Sierra Boggess gave a marvelous surprise to audiences at her recent Tokyo conc…

Sarah DeLappe, Jaisey Bates Win Play Prizes from Marin Theatre

by American Theatre Editors

They're the recipients, respectively, of an award for a new American play and for an emerging American playwright.

The Muny Finds Its Full Company for ALL SHOOK UP

by BroadwayWorld

The Muny announced today its full cast and design teams for All Shook Up, the fourth production of its 99th season, which plays July 13-19. All Shook Up is proudly sponsored by US Bank.

Actor John Leguizamo's Career Goal: To Give Latino Kids Their Own Heroes

by Christina Cala

"I was growing up and maturing at a time where we were invisible," he says. " ... And I always wanted to be able to make Latin kids like myself feel more than."

A Haunting '60s Film About Mental Illness And Incarceration Becomes A Ballet

by Euan Kerr

Frederick Wiseman's controversial 1967 documentary Titicut Follies exposed conditions at Bridgewater State Hospital in Massachusetts. Fifty years later, the filmmaker, now 87, has adapted it to dance.

Theater News: The Awful Grace of God Comes to the Actors Company

The collection of six one-acts is written by Orange Is the New Black actor Michael Harney.

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Wicked Alum Caroline Bowman Will Lead the Muny's All Shook Up

by Andrew Gans

The former Elphaba will take on the dual roles of Natalie and Ed.

East West Players’ Season to Celebrate Collaborations and ‘Allegiance’

by American Theatre Editors

A full season of coproductions will feature the Broadway musical's L.A. debut, two world premieres, and a beloved revival.

Lea Michele & Jon Groff's Fashion Bug, Sierra Boggess' Epic Bouquet & Other Hot Shots You Need Right Now

by Lindsey Sullivan

Today's going to be a great day, and here's why: we made it to the weekend, Lea Michele's Places hits earbuds today, and to top it all off, we have a new roundup of Broadway hots shots. This on…

Read Reviews for Jude Law in Obsession

by Ryan McPhee

The Ivo van Hove-directed production currently plays London’s Barbican Centre.

Sally Mayes Brings Pete ’n’ Keely Back to the Lounge for One Performance

by Robert Viagas

George Dvorsky co-stars in a concert version of this musical about an uneasy reunion of feuding divorced lounge singers.

VIDEO: ANCESTRY Teams with ANASTASIA Cast, Finds Russian DNA Connections

by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway musical Anastasiahas teamed with the global leader in family history and consumer genomics ANCESTRY. Every night, the title character in the new Broadway musical Anastasia, goes on a journey to…

Photo Coverage: WAR PAINT & DEAR EVEN HANSEN Unite to Celebrate Michael Grief's New Sardi's Portrait!

by Walter McBride

DirectorMichaelGreif, who has directed seminal Broadway musicals includingRent,Next to Normal,Grey Gardensand many more, just received a Sardi's portrait to celebrate his career and work on Broadway directingth…

A Look Back at the Musicals of the 2016–17 Broadway Season

by Playbill Staff

How many of the Playbills did you collect?

Hamlet. A Version

by Darryl Reilly

The dialogue of Ileana Alexandra Orlic’s English translation is problematic. Floating around are a few Shakespearean snippets, but otherwise it’s rather stilted. Without much verbal grandeur there’s a p…

Theater News: Jocelyn Bioh's Nollywood Dreams Extends Cherry Lane Theatre Run

Saheem Ali directs the production.

Theater News: John Douglas Thompson to Play Hamlet at American Conservatory Theater

Works by Harold Pinter and Suzan-Lori Parks will also join the season.

Photo Flash: First Look at York Theatre's Marry Harry

Bill Castellino directs the production for York Theatre Company.

Theater News: Broadway Bares Sets Fire Island Return Date

The annual event will take place this summer.

Friday, April 28, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Danny Rubin on Writing ‘Groundhog Day’ for the Stage, Sans Bill Murray

by Dana Schwartz, Dana Schwartz

Between 'Amelie,' and 'Anastasia,' 'Waitress' and 'School of Rock,' there’s been a recent glut of musicals on Broadway adapted from well-loved films. While taking your story from a movie that already exists, …

John Douglas Thompson-Led HAMLET, SMALL MOUTH SOUNDS and More Round Out A.C.T.'s 2017-18 Season

by BroadwayWorld

American Conservatory Theater A.C.T. Artistic Director Carey Perloff announced today the final four productions that will comprise the lineup of the company's 2017-18 subscription season. The 2017-18 season mar…

BROADWAY BARES to Sizzle in Fire Island Pines Striptease for BC/EFA

by BroadwayWorld

Fire Island will sizzle with the sexiest striptease show of the summer when Broadway Bares returns to Fire Island Pines.

Dael Orlandersmith Will Perform Her Until the Flood in Milwaukee Repertory's 2017–2018 Season

by Andrew Gans

The upcoming season will feature 13 productions.

Broadway Bares Fire Island Sets Date

by Olivia Clement

The one-night-only striptease benefit will benefit Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids.

Midsummer, while plentifully playful, could use an extra sprinkling of stars

by J. Kelly Nestruck

The romantic comedy, which shares a time of year and a character name with Shakespeare, presents a familiar story played out in a theatrical way

Exclusive! Celebrate the In Transit Cast Album Release with Margo Seibert Rocking Out at the Mic


The day is here! The Hollywood Records cast album of Broadway’s first a cappella musical, In Transit, is available for purchase online. The new musical, which recently wrapped its run at the Circle in the…

The Los Angeles Theatre Digest: April 23–29

by Patrick Pizzolorusso

Ginnifer Goodwin and Alan Leech star at the Geffen, Bedlam comes to the Broad, plus openings and closings on the West Coast

Olivia Wilde Will Star in Her First Broadway Show

by Rino16

Olivia Wilde has been a major star in the TV and movie world for quite some time. However, she has turned down several opportunities to act in various Broadway shows over the years. Fans of the actress will be …

BWW Exclusive: Go Behind the Scenes of COME FROM AWAY's Great Gander Adventure!

by BroadwayWorld TV

Back in October, COME FROM AWAYhonored the residents of Newfoundland and Labrador and the 'come from aways' whose lives inspired the new musical with two special benefit concert performances at Gander's hockey …

Laurie Metcalf, John Goodman & More Set for Revival of TV's ROSEANNE?

by TV News Desk

An eight-episode limited revival of the hit 1990's comedy series ROSANNE is in the works. Cast members Roseanne Barr, John Goodman Sara Gilbert and Laurie Metcalf are expected to reprise their iconic roles


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