Monday, March 20, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

James Halloran’s Debutante Ball by Arts Review

Blending orchestral theatricality, erotic depth, and pop appeal with the artist’s candour, James Halloran presents Debutante Ball at The Butterfly Club for one performance only on Sunday…

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Review: ‘Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express’ at McCarter Theatre Center by Tim Dunleavy

One afternoon in 1979 or 1980, I saw Orson Welles on The Merv Griffin Show discussing his love of mystery stories. One of his favorites, he said, was Murder on the Orient Express. I was youn…

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Review: How to Transcend a Happy Marriage by Brian Scott Lipton

A play that occasionally feels as unruly as its title, Sarah Ruhl’s “How to Transcend a Happy Marriage” is both a very funny and decidedly rueful examination about the challenges of lo…

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Review: ‘Home/Sick’ at The Assembly by Deb Miller

The original cast and design team of 2011 return for The Assembly’s powerhouse revival of its critically-acclaimed hit Home/Sick. Presented at Brooklyn’s JACK, and directed by Jess Chaye…

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See High School Students Perform Angels in America, Company, and Into the Woods on Broadway by Hannah Vine

Hamilton and upcoming Great Comet star Okieriete Onaodowan hosted the celebration of theatre in public high schools that took place at the Music Box Theatre.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Impressions of "The View UpStairs": A new Off-Broadway musical by Max Vernon at Lynn Redgrave Theater at Culture Project by The Dance Enthusiast

In Impressions of The View UpStairs: A new Off-Broadway musical by Max Vernon at Lynn Redgrave Theater at Culture Project, "You would leave the theater as if you just lost a group of dear fr…

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Review: Marisa Tomei Is Dazzled (And Confused) In ‘How To Transcend A Happy Marriage’ by Jeremy Gerard

I don’t know how many Oscar-winning actresses are willing to take a deep dive into new work on stage, especially when there isn’t even the prospect of a Tony nomination in the of…

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Review: Plunging Into Polyamory With ‘How to Transcend a Happy Marriage’ by Ben Brantley

Two long-married couples take a walk on the wild side in Sarah Ruhl’s comedy of lust, friendship and animal sacrifice.

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Review: How to Transcend a Happy Marriage

Three's company, but seven's a party in Sarah Ruhl's latest play.

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The Idea of North – Ballads By Candlelight by Arts Review

This ARIA award winning group needs no introduction. Certainly not from the sold out Cathedral crowd of about 700 people. For me this type of show is the essence of real vocal talent. The Id…

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Anything Goes by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

The score which has been drawn from the four previous New York productions of Anything Goes plays like a Cole Porter greatest hits parade and almost all of the songs are among his most popul…

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Real Men Draw Superheroes by Joe Patti

An interesting article in Pacific Standard came across my feed in the last few weeks. It suggests that male disinterest in the arts is a result of social pressure to conform during the early…

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Theater Review: Sarah Ruhl Gets Into Polyamory, Maaan by Jesse Green

Typically, Sarah Ruhl’s plays sound like your smartest friend stoned. They unfurl in tendrils of dialogue that are both organic and perseverant, fantastic and philosophical. Because the pl…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Number 96 by Arts Review

It was hailed in newspapers as the night “Television lost its virginity!” On Monday 13 March 1972, the adults-only TV series, Number 96 made its debut on our screens and soon be…

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LOVE IN IDLENESS Menier, SE1 by Libby Purves

BLUEBIRDS OVER DOVER, RATTIGAN ON A ROLL   Yesterday , on her hundredth birthday, Dame Vera Lynn had her face projected on the white cliffs of Dover and a flight of Spitfires was due ov…

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Lantern Theater Company presents Shakespeare’s ‘Coriolanus’ by Mark Cofta

Lantern Theater Company takes a chance with William Shakespeare's 'Coriolanus,' and comes out fighting. Mark Cofta reviews.

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How to Transcend a Happy Marriage by Sandi Durell

    by Sandi Durell     What’s it all about?   Ultimately, in playwright Sara Ruhl’s world, it’s all about food, love and how we carry it forward for future generatio…

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8 Television Shows That Should Have Musical Episodes by Linda

Tonight and tomorrow, March 20 and 21, Supergirland The Flash will air a two-part musical crossover. With Jeremy Jordan, Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin, and Jesse L. Martin in the c…

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‘How to Transcend a Happy Marriage,’ ‘946,' — theater review by Joe Dziemianowicz

Love, war, saints and dreamers are explored in new shows Off-Broadway.

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'How to Transcend a Happy Marriage' review: Play questions monogamy

What looks alarmingly like a dead, skinned goat hangs upside down from a hook at the start of Sarah Ruhl's "How to Transcend a Happy Marriage." A willowy woman enters, seems to whisper somet…

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'How to Transcend a Happy Marriage': Theater Review

Marisa Tomei, Robin Weigert, Omar Metwally and Tony Award winner Lena Hall appear in 'How to Transcend a Happy Marriage,' a new play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Sarah Ruhl. read more

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Jorge Sciupac Joins LATC As Managing Director by Tracey Paleo

PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES (March 20, 2017) — Following an extensive search, Jorge Sciupac has been chosen as managing director of both The Los Angeles Theatre Center and the Latino Theater…

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'Hamilton' is headed to Pittsburgh in 2018-19; first up: tours of 'Waitress,' 'Aladdin,' 'School of Rock' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Ham­il­ton” is on its way to Pitts­burgh, but you will have to wait un­til the 2018-19 PNC Broad­way in Pitts­burgh sea­son.

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Watch Concert for America Live-Stream with Chita Rivera and Hamilton Stars by Robert Viagas

Chita Rivera, Alice Ripley, and the stars of two Chicago-set TV series take part in the event.

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Opera Review: Annapolis Opera Company’s ‘Madama Butterfly’ at the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts by Kaley Beins

Debuting in 1904, Puccini’s “Madama Butterfly” is surprisingly modern in its approach to opera. The arias, duets, and choruses examine America’s attitude towards the rest of …

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Review: In ‘Pool Play 2.0,’ the Audience Is Welcome to Make a Splash by Laura Collins-Hughes

Featuring dance numbers, This Is Not a Theater Company’s buoyant daydream of a show is set in a pool on the East Side of Manhattan. Acoustics are a challenge.

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'Destiny of Desire': The sweaty popularity of telenovelas, now at Goodman by Chris Jones

What is the most popular form of entertainment on the planet? No, it's not the broadcasts of the National Football League or even the World Cup. It's not even Robert Falls' famous production…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre News: Iron Crow Theatre Unveils 2017/2018 Season by Steve Charing

  Iron Crow Theatre, Baltimore’s only professional queer theatre company, announced its new season line-up on March 19 at a reception at the Motor House in Baltimore’s arts and ente…

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People You Should Know . . . Gabriel Sloyer by Zack Calhoon

Photo by Chris CarrollGABRIEL SLOYER - Broadway: The Assembled Parties (Manhattan Theatre Club).  Off-Broadway and regional credits include Pinkolandia! (INTAR, Two River Theater), Bubb…

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Politician Jason Kander Puts Down ‘Alt-Right’ Leader Richard Spencer Over ‘Cabaret’ Tweet by Variety Staff

Online trolls can be to put down, but former Missouri secretary of state and CNN contributor Jason Kander (above right) put a particularly notorious one in his place over the weekend. It all…

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Theater Review: Lincoln in the Shooting Gallery – “Topdog/Underdog” at The Huntington Theatre Company by Ian Thal

This is a wonderful production of an important play that still has a dog in the fight.

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Love in Idleness review at the Menier Chocolate Factory, London – ‘pitch-perfect’ by Mark Shenton

Last year the National revived Rattigan’s bleakly stunning masterpiece The Deep Blue Sea, in which the reservoirs of pain caused by unrequited

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Review: Review: Love in Idleness (Menier Chocolate Factory)

Trevor Nunn directs this revival of Terence Rattigan's 1944 comedy

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Chicago Theater Review: THE HARD PROBLEM (Court) by Lawrence Bommer

DRAMATIZING WHAT CANNOT BE KNOWN Aerobic exercises for the cerebral cortex, Tom Stoppard’s daunting dramas (The Real Thing, Arcadia, The Invention of Love) go for the gray matter. In perpe…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)


One of the season’s most anticipated musical revivals, the Scott Rudin-produced Hello, Dolly!, got off to a fast start in Broadway’s top-selling and best-attended week of the year…

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HOW TO TRANSCEND A HAPPY MARRIAGE - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

Sarah Ruhl is a playwright who usually needs an editor, and for the first act of How to Transcend a Happy Marriage, her new play at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center, she seems…

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Groffsauce & Lea Michele's Lovefest, Javier Munoz Returns to Hamilton & More Glorious Hot Shots by Lindsey Sullivan

Happy Monday! The best thing to get you amped up for the week ahead? James Corden dressed as Belle, of course. Take a look at our latest hot shot gallery for that and other gems.

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Will Harvey Fierstein Appear as Ursula in Live-Action Little Mermaid? by Andy Lefkowitz

Little Mermaid composer Alan Menken, who is working on Disney’s planned live-action film version with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, has one wish. The Oscar and Tony wi…

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Katie Rose Clarke stops by HQ to chat about Miss Saigon and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Odds & Ends: Christopher Jackson to Sing at Carnegie Hall, Naked Gun Creator Writes New Musical & More by Andy Lefkowitz

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and this weekend. Christopher Jackson to Sing with Jessie Mueller & More at Carnegie Hall Christopher Jackson has joined …

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Review: ‘No Sisters’ at Studio Theatre by John Stoltenberg

A shout-out to Studio Theatre co-founder Russell Metheny, who designed the complex on 14th Street, for installing a backstage stairway connecting the dressing rooms of the second-floor Milto…

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A Word With: Robert Lepage Discusses His Origins and the ‘Autofiction’ of ‘887’ by Alexis Soloski

Looking backward and working on a smaller scale have helped the Canadian impresario find his place in the world.

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Bette Midler's 'Hello Dolly!' Dominates Broadway Box Office With $40M Advance Sales by Lee Seymour

The record-breaking revival landed in Broadway's top five highest-grossing shows - off just five performances.

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STAGE TUBE: ALADDIN's Lucrezio and Friends Mash Up DEAR EVAN HANSEN and More! by Stage Tube

Nathan Lucrezio, currently in the cast of Broadway's Aladdin, recently posted a YouTube video in which he mashed up some of his favorite songs. 'Waving Through a Window' from Dear Evan Hanse…

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 3/20/2017

This Week's New Classified Listings on for 3202017.

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DVR Alert: DEAR EVAN HANSEN's Ben Platt, GROUNDHOG DAY's Tim Minchin Set for LATE LATE SHOW Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Tonight, March 20, DEAR EVAN HANSEN star Ben Platt and comedian and GROUNDHOG DAY composerlyricist Tim Minchin are stopping by the LATE LATE SHOW with James Corden.

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Harvey Fierstein Responds to Alan Menken's Ursula Dream-Casting: 'Your Wish is My Command' by Stephanie Wild

BroadwayWorld recently reported that Alan Menken is interested in casting Harvey Fierstein as Ursula in the new live action remake ofThe Little Mermaid. It seems that Fierstein would be happ…

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Broadway Weekends Creates Musical Theatre Camp for Adults! by Stephanie Wild

Looking for a full weekend of musical theatre, including fun games, rehearsals, and nonstop showtunes, but think that stuff is only for kids Well look no further than Broadway Weekends On Ma…

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Class Notes: Ellen Lauren by James Marino

Listen: Lauren Class Schneider talks to cast member Ellen Lauren about “Chess Match No. 5″ presented by the Abingdon Theatre Company. Class Notes actively covers New York’s cur…

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Review: Ragtime

Ford's Theatre revives 20th-century America.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Shonda Rhimes Named IAMA Theatre Company’s Inaugural ‘Patron of the Arts’ by Patrick Pizzolorusso

“Their productions made me finally feel the way one does when exploring the New York Off-Broadway world of theatre.”

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Broadway's Anastasia Records Original Cast Album by Andy Lefkowitz

Anastasia's original cast recording on the Broadway Records label will be available for pre-order online beginning on March 21. The CD will be released in June with an exact da…

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Broadway Grosses: War Paint Fills the House as Shows Excel in Previews by Andy Lefkowitz

Shows in previews took off in capacity during the week ending March 19. The new musical War Paint, starring Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole, filled the Nederlander Theatre to 92.01%, up …

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People You Should Know . . . Sea McHale by Zack Calhoon

Photo by Chris CarrollSEA McHALE - Off-Broadway and regional credits: Oliver! (Helen Hayes Performing Arts Center), Mercury Fur (The New Group), Off Off Broadway: Pink Knees onPale Skin, Ani…

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'Transition': New Play Imagines What Happened During Obama and Trump's Oval Office Meeting

"I'm wondering what could have happened, and I'm like, 'Oh my god, that's Shakespearean, it's like a tragedy. Somebody's gonna write a play about this,'" playwright Ray Richmond said. "A cou…

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Review: Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express at by Simon Saltzman

delightfully silly concoction of murder, mystery and mayhem Read More

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Review: White Guy on the Bus at by Simon Saltzman

Bruce Graham's intelligent and intense play about the unconscious, sometimes crippling, racism we all apparently harbor..

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Review: My Brilliant Friend at by Lizzie Loveridge

Melly Still's adaptation of Elena Ferrante's quartet of unputdownable novels about the life in Naples of two women friends . . . Read More -

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In 'Confirmed Kills,' Iliza Shlesinger Cloaks Social Commentary In Comic Rants by Kelly McEvers

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger's standup is physical. She contorts and snorts and stalks the stage as she becomes the characters in jokes that explore what it's like to be a woman in today's soci…

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Broadway Fantasy Camp Planned for Adults Who Want a Star Turn

A group of professional performers has launched Broadway Weekends, a New York program that aims to give amateurs the chance to be a star, at least for a few days.

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Broadway Box Office: Bette Midler and ‘Hello, Dolly!’ Explode Out of the Gate by Gordon Cox

Good golly, “Hello, Dolly!” The splashy new revival starring Bette Midler cemented its status as the hottest ticket at the Broadway box office this spring when it exploded right …

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After Marriage, Lena Hall Is Off to New Adventures by Robert Viagas

The peripatetic Tony winner plans concerts, TV shows, and plays.

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‘Dolly’ Looks Divine As Bette Midler Descends On Broadway; Box Office Thrilled by Jeremy Gerard

Bette Midler stormed back to Broadway this week, returning for the first time since her sold-out run as superagent Sue Mengers in I’ll Eat You Last, back in 2013. This time she has a b…

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Paula Vogel's 'Indecent' path to Broadway

It has been 94 years since an internationally celebrated Yiddish drama called "The God of Vengeance" opened on Broadway and was instantly shut down by the vice squad as obscene.

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Asolo Repertory Theatre Annuonces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include shows featuring the theatre's conservatory program.

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ director Bill Condon to stage ‘A Star is Born’ musical by Paul Sheehan

While “Beauty and the Beast” director Bill Condon is, no doubt, celebrating his film’s record-breaking opening weekend, his thoughts will soon turn to his next project: a…

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Theater News: Same-Sex Oklahoma! to Play Oregon Shakespeare Festival

The Ashland-based theater has announced its 2018 lineup.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

'Building the Wall': Theater Review

In his two-hander 'Building the Wall,' Robert Schenkkan, co-screenwriter of 'Hacksaw Ridge' and a Tony winner for his LBJ bio-drama 'All the Way,' offers a cautionary look at how fascism can…

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Bruce Springsteen and Tom Hanks Join the Tribeca Film Festival Lineup by Joshua Barone

The men, who are longtime friends, will speak at the Beacon Theater as part of the Tribeca Talks series.

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Come from wherever to see “Come From Away” by Philip

Any people who don’t believe in the Magic of Theatre would be well advised to get themselves to “Come From Away,” where a dozen diverse performers, aided by some chairs, a few coats an…

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Jennifer Diamond Reunites with Richard Jay-Alexander at Joe's Pub 3/27 by BroadwayWorld

Jennifer Diamond is set to make her Joe's Pub solo debut on March 27th, at 930 P.M. After selling out at FEINSTEIN'S54 BELOW, with her debut act, IT MY FIRST TIME PLEASE BE GENTLE, she's bri…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 3/20 by BroadwayWorld

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 319201…

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 3/19/17 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 3192017.

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Lea Salonga on Live-Action MULAN- '[It] Will Stand Proud and Tall Without the Songs' by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, in an interview with Niki Caro, director of the upcoming live-action MULAN, Moviefone learned that the film is not currently going to include any musica…

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Javier Munoz Will Return to Title Role in HAMILTON Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

A sight for sore eyes HAMILTON's Javier Muoz, who is now recovered,will return from his medical leave tomorrow, March 21, he announced via Twitter.

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Theater News: Jeanine Serralles, Helen Cespedes, and More Set for Two River's The Women of Padilla

Tony Meneses' new play will be directed by Ken Rus Schmoll.

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The Terrifying at Abrons Art Center by Sandi Durell

    By Eric J. Grimm     Who’s more terrifying: the monster or its victims? Playwright and director Julia Jarcho, here paying tribute to Russian writer Nikolai Gogol, takes…

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Review: ‘What Every Girl Should Know’ and ‘Dry Land’ in Rep at Forum Theatre by Robert Michael Oliver

One hundred years separate the young women in What Every Girl Should Know and Dry Land, now playing in rep at Forum Theatre. In Monica Byrne’s What Every Girl Should Know, the fou…

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Review: Partenope, English National Opera by Dan Rubins

There’s a little something for everyone in the English National Opera’s revival of Christopher Alden’s Olivier Award-winning production of Handel’s Partenope. If you’re in the mark…

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Review: Counting Stars, The Albany by Daniel Perks

Sophie (Rebecca Omogbehin) and Abiodun (Joseph Rowe) never directly interact, confined as they are to their separate nightclub toilets. But there is a natural partnership between them, a dee…

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TCM Will Broadcast Angela Lansbury-George Hearn Sweeney Todd by Andrew Gans

The Stephen Sondheim-Hugh Wheeler musical will air March 21.

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Javier Muñoz Sets Return Date to Broadway's Hamilton by Andy Lefkowitz

Javier Muñoz, who had taken a medical leave from Broadway hit Hamilton last month, has set his return date. The original cast member, who took over the full-time slot in the show'…

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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Fave Performances from Beauty and the Beast by Lindsey Sullivan

Judging by the numbers from its record-breaking opening weekend, chances are you've seen Disney's Beauty and the Beast remake. (You haven't? Get on that! And invite us to come wi…

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Alan Menken Wants Harvey Fierstein as Ursula in Live-Action Little Mermaid by Andy Lefkowitz

Original 1989 Little Mermaid composer Alan Menken, who is working on Disney’s planned live-action film version with Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, has one wish. He shar…

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Javier Muñoz Sets Date for Return to Hamilton on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The actor was on temporary medical leave.

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BWW Review: MY BRILLIANT FRIEND PARTS 1 & 2, Rose Theatre by Gary Naylor

Naples is brought to London, as we track the extraordinary lives of Lila and Lenu in an adaptation of Elena Ferrante's Neapolitan novels that overreaches itself.

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Until the Lions offers intimate dance version of epic poem by Robert Everett-Green

Theatre director Peter Brook and dancer-choreographer Akram Khan distill different episodes from the Mahabharata into presentations lasting not much more than an hour

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 3/20

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 3/19…

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Liars & Believers ‘Who Would Be King’ by Sandi Durell

  by Stuart Miller   There is something wonderful about devised theater, a show created by an ensemble in a truly collaborative process. That said, it often is no substitute for a …

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Martha Graham and American Music Dance + Live Orchestra perform “wild Up” at VPAC by Pauline Adamek

American modern dancer and choreographer, Martha Graham changed the face of dance during the 20th Century. Her influence on dance has been compared with the influence

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

'Parade' at Keegan Theatre is almost like 'Ragtime' at Ford's. Almost. by Nelson Pressley

The musical 'Parade' may be 'Ragtime''s brother in arms, but it still doesn't quite work.

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ANASTASIA Original Broadway Cast Recording Coming in June by BroadwayWorld

Just announced, the Original Broadway Cast Recording of the new musical Anastasiawill be released by Broadway Records.

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VIDEO: Julie Andrews Lashes Out at Trump's Proposed Budget Cuts During TV Appearance by TV News Desk

Last night, star of stage and screen Julie Andrews appeared on the UK's THE PROJECTvia video link from Brisbane, and spoke out against Donald Trump's proposed budget cutswhich willslash fund…

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater - Auditorium Theatre of Roosevelt University, 50 E Congress Pkwy, is offering $25 industry tickets for the Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday night performanc…

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Otello (LoftOpera) by Admin

LoftOpera is a feisty little company that operates around Brooklyn, especially Bushwick. They are giving" Otello" in LightSpace Studios, a disco on Flushing Avenue about the size of a high s…

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People You Should Know . . . Wyatt Joseph Fenner by Zack Calhoon

Photo by Chris CarrollWYATT JOSEPH FENNER - NY Debut. Recent Regional Theatre: Michael Kahn's production of Cloud 9 (Studio Theatre), Darko Tresnjak's production of Romeo and Juliet (Hartfor…

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Did Broadway's next big hit just premiere in Princeton? by Patrick Maley | For Nj Advance Media

The much-anticipated adaptation of Agatha Christie's "Murder on the Orient Express" is now playing at the McCarter

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‘The Clean House’ by Sarah Ruhl at New Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

The Sydney premiere of the rom-com play by Sarah Ruhl, titled 'The Clean House', will be held at the New Theatre, Sydney, running from June 6 through July 8, 2017.The play depicts the s…

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Shonda Rhimes Reaches A New Stage With Playwrights’ Grants by Jeremy Gerard

Shonda Rhimes announced today that she’s backing IAMA Theatre, an L.A.-based nonprofit with strong ties to Shondaland-produced shows including Scandal and Pretty Little Lies. The 9-yea…

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Edward Albee’s ‘Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?’ at Ensemble Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

One of the most famed plays in contemporary American theatre, 'Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?', by Edward Albee will be staged at the Ensemble Theatre, Sydney from May 11 throug…

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Review: The Shawl, The Albany by Daniel Perks

John (Alec Gray) is a charlatan, a sham. Convincing in his craft, but swindling Miss A (Nicola Peluso) out of her fortune nevertheless. Stricken with grief over the passing of her mother, sh…

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Review: The End of All Miracles, The Albany by Daniel Perks

They enter in high spirits, partying through life to their wheelchairs. As the music fades, only the remnants of the celebration remain, the leftovers of two lives as they reflect in their t…

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‘Misterman’ by Enda Walsh at Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

'Misterman', by Irish playwright Enda Walsh, produced by Siren Theatre Company, will be staged at the Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney, from June 14-17, 2017.Directed by Kate Gaul, …

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Temple grads Tim and Eric to return to Philly for Merriam Theater performance by Nick Vadala

Temple University’s weirdest comedic duo, Tim Heidecker and Eric Warenheim, are coming back to Philadelphia this summer as part of their upcoming “10 Year Anniversary Awesome Tour!” to…

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Seneca: The Library Mouse / Ratón De Biblioteca at GALA (review) by Rosalind Lacy

Actor Adrián Iglesias, who plays Séneca, the mouse who has lived in a library for the past ten years, ambles on stage, carrying a wicker basket, filled with large books and eating utensils…

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Lea Salonga on Song-Free Mulan Update: 'New Film Will Stand Proud and Tall' by

Tony winner Lea Salonga, who voiced the lead role in the original Disney movie, took to Twitter following yesterday's word that the upcoming live-action Mulan film would be free of songs…

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Broadway's Anastasia to Record Original Cast Album by Andy Lefkowitz

The producers of Anastasia announced today that the new Broadway musical will produce an original cast recording. Available now for pre-order at, it will be available vi…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Review: 'The Source' is entertaining but I don't believe it for a minute by Chris Jones

Even when uncovering facts that might change the world, great investigative journalists rarely self-dramatize. And if they do, it's likely long after the story is filed, usually accompanied …

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Alan Menken Wants Harvey Fierstein For Ursula In Live Action LITTLE MERMAID by BroadwayWorld

Speaking to Gay Times about the live action remake of Beauty and the Beast, legendary composer Alan Menken shared his dream casting for another live Disney reimagining The Little Mermaid.

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Video Flash: Kelli O'Hara Sings Dreamy Babes in Toyland With Ted Sperling

The video comes in advance of MasterVoices' Babes in Toyland concert at Carnegie Hall.

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946: The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Elizabeth Wollman

Kneehigh's stage adaptation of the 2006 children's novel The Amazing Story of Adolphus Tips by Michael Morpurgo is so bubbly, energetic, and wacky that a few times during the perfo…

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Jerry Zucker's INTERMISSION! THE MUSICAL!, RIDE THE CYCLONE, HUNCHBACK and More Slated for 5th Avenue Theatre's 2017-18 Season by BroadwayWorld

The 5th Avenue Theatre has announced an incredible seven-show lineup for its 201718 season, which includes a mix of regional premieres, contemporary hits, a classic, a national tour direct f…

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Krysta Rodriguez, Casey Cott, Courtney Reed and More Sign on for BROADWAY LOVES KELLY CLARKSON at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway Loves series makes its return to Feinstein's54 Below this April 3rd when over a dozen of Broadway's most distinctive voices will celebrate the original 'American Idol,' three-ti…

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Sam Elliott Joins Cast of Lady Gaga 'STAR IS BORN' Remake by BroadwayWorld

Sam Elliott has signed on to star opposite Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga in Warner Bros' remake of A STAR I BORN.

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HAMILTON, ON YOUR FEET & More Will Arrive in Des Moines in 2018 by BroadwayWorld

Today, Des Moines Performing Arts, Central Iowa's leading not-for-profit performing arts organization, unveils its highly anticipated 2017-2018 Season. This announcement includes dates for D…

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Music News: Anastasia Broadway Cast Album Now Available for Preorder

The stars of the new musical will preserve its score.

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Theater News: Robert O'Hara's Barbecue Finds Its Lyric Stage Company Cast

Summer L. Williams directs the family comedy in Boston.

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After it opens, Kuwait censors pull Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' for edits by The Associated Press

The film had been showing in the predominantly Muslim country since Thursday.        

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The Audition Lesson Charlie and the Chocolate Factory’s Jackie Hoffman Learned the Hard Way by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth celebrates the return to Broadway of Hoffman, plus Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty.

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IRVING BERLIN'S HOLIDAY INN Now Available for Professional Licensing!

R&H Theatricals is?thrilled to announce that IRVING BERLIN'S HOLIDAY INN is now available for professional licensing!?

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Anastasia Will Record Original Broadway Cast Album by Adam Hetrick

The new musical, based on the 1997 animated film, features over a dozen new songs.

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The new gimmick on (and off) Broadway: Enjoy the show - and pass the pierogi by The Washington Post

Broadway productions of "Waitress" and "Sweeney Todd" are incorporating serving pie and pierogi to members of the audience during each performance.

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DJ. Flugvél Og Geimskip (Airplane & Spaceship) at Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA by Blouin Artinfo

DJ. Flugvél Og Geimskip (Airplane & Spaceship) will perform at Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA during the Reykjavik Festival on April 7, 2017.DJ. Flugvél Og Geimskip (Airplane & Space…

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JFDR to perform at Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA by Blouin Artinfo

JFDR will be performing on April 7, 2017 at Walt Disney Concert Hall, LA as part of the Reykjavik Festival.JFDR - the latest project from young and prolific Icelandic songwriter and mul…

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THE FROGS – Jermyn Street Theatre by Johnny Fox

‘Waiter, have you got frog’s legs?’ ‘Yes, sir.’ ‘Well hop over the counter and fetch me a bacon sandwich …’ – is about the only old joke not shoehorned by Nathan Lane into …

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Video Flash: Watch Lena Hall, Marisa Tomei, and More Learn How to Transcend a Happy Marriage

Rebecca Taichman directs Sarah Ruhl's new play.

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Same-Sex Oklahoma to Offer "Revolutionary Spin" on Classic Musical by Andy Lefkowitz

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma will be presented with a new perspective by Broadway veteran director Bill Rauch. Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in Ashland, Oregon, will celebrat…

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Curve Adapting Roald Dahl's GEORGE'S MARVELLOUS MEDICINE for the Stage by BroadwayWorld

Following the success of Fantastic Mr Fox, The Twits and The Witches, Curve is delighted to announce a new Made At Curve co-production of Roald Dahl's George's Marvellous Medicine for Christ…

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An Interview with Anna Szapiro and Johnny Smith: Making the Move from Philadelphia to New York by Deb Miller

Following a year of critical acclaim in Philadelphia, which culminated in nominations for both for the Barrymore Award for Best Ensemble, the talented young couple Anna Zaida Szapiro (nomina…

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Playing It Forward at WAM Theatre by American Theatre Editors

For the company in Lee, Mass., theatre is a philanthropic vehicle.

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When It’s You by Darryl Reilly

Speaking in an engaging Texas twang, the blonde Reeder recounts Ginnifer’s somber story with emotional straightforwardness and humor. Employing her expressive facial features, striking ey…

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VIDEO Flashback: Musical Performances from Stars of THE FLASH/SUPERGIRL Musical Episode by BroadwayWorld

As theater fans eagerly await the premiere of THE FLASHSUPERGIRL musical episode tomorrow night, BWW takes a look at musical performance highlights from the all-star cast

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OKLAHOMA! Featuring Same-Sex Couples Among OSF's 2018 Season Lineup by BroadwayWorld

Oregon Shakespeare Festival OSF Artistic Director Bill Rauch announced the Festival's 2018 playbill today.

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BWW TV: See Marisa Tomei, Lena Hall and More in Highlights from LCT's HOW TO TRANSCEND A HAPPY MARRIAGE by BroadwayWorld TV

LCT's production of How to Transcend a Happy Marriage opens tonight, March 20, at the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater 150 West 65th Street at Lincoln Center. Just in time for the opening festiviti…

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BWW Interview: Jessica Hecht Explains the Calculations of THE PRICE by Naomi Serviss

Arthur Miller's timeless drama focuses on an estranged family settling up an estate, but so much more lies just below the surface.

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VIDEO: First Look - Melissa Benoist, Grant Gustin Perform 'Super Friends' on Musical Episode by TV News Desk

Below, check out a first look at Grant Gustin and Melissa Benoist performing the original song 'Super Friends,' on the 'Duet' musical crossover episode of THE FLASH and SUPERGIRL.

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Live-Action Beauty and the Beast Celebrates the Highest-Grossing March Weekend Release in History by Andrew Gans

The remake of the 1991 animated musical stars Emma Watson and Dan Stevens.

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Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Hamlet? by Michael Billington

To mark the 450th anniversary of Shakespeare's birth we're choosing our favourite versions of his plays. Here's a handful of the finest Hamlets• 45 Hamlets for Shakespeare's 450th birthday…

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COME FROM AWAY – From Canada with love by Oscar E Moore

  You are on an International flight.  Heading back to the USA.  Suddenly you are being diverted because of an emergency in NYC.  It is September 11, 2001.  American airspace has be…

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Letter: My lost weekend in Liverpool with Tony Haygarth by Chris Barlas

I first met Tony Haygarth at the Traverse theatre, Edinburgh, when I was assistant director there. He was an amazing presence on stage and had the most extraordinary vocal range. I have neve…

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The Callaway Sisters Are Taking Their Sibling Revelry on the Road by Robert Viagas

See what other concerts Liz and Ann Hampton Callaway have lined up in the coming months.

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Theatre Review: ‘The Taming of the Shrew’ at Chesapeake Shakespeare Company by Barry Kramer

Chesapeake Shakespeare Company’s current production of “The Taming of the Shrew” is wildly funny! Although this comedy by Shakespeare is older than 400 years, Petruchio…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)

'Drag Race' Season 9 Star Alexis Michelle on Drag, Activism & Boyfriends by Justin Moran

Michael MustoRuPaul's Drag RaceMichael MustoBorn Alex Michaels in Manhattan, Alexis Michelle is a talented figure on the Gotham bar scene, playing Boots & Saddle on Wednesdays, The…

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The Vibrant Growth of the Kabbalah Centre by Rino16

The Los Angeles Kabbalah Centre has been on an expansive cycle of adding branches over the course of the past two decades. The Kabbalah Centre was established in Los Angeles in 1984. Prior t…

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Space Availability at Redtwist Theatre by Bt

Redtwist offers space to guest companies at reasonable rates.• Summer slot still available for a July/August run• Six week runs only, three performances per week (18 total)• Perf times…

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Sam Elliott Will Join Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper in A Star Is Born Remake by Andrew Gans

Filming is expected to begin in April.

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Opéra Bastille, Paris — admirable craft

Solo performances were the highlights of Balanchine’s awkwardly constructed ballet

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West Yorkshire Playhouse gets £25k support for refugee programme by Tim Bano

West Yorkshire Playhouse has received £25,000 for a series of initiatives providing support for refugees and asylum seekers. It is part of

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Theater News: EXCLUSIVE: Jennifer Jasper's Pressing Matters Set for World Premiere at Theatre Row

Ito Aghayere, Genesis Oliver, and more will star in the production.

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Sheffield Theatres announces new associates by Giverny Masso

Sheffield Theatres artistic director Robert Hastie has announced the appointment of three new associates at the company. Javaad Alipoor, artistic director of

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UK Theatre four-year plan: We’ll fight council cuts and promote diversity by Tim Bano

Improving diversity and protecting local authority funding are at the forefront of UK Theatre’s business plan for the next four years. The

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Mnemonic takes a dramatic journey to discover our shared origin (review) by Tim Treanor

So we know the what of history — Truman over Dewey, say, or U.S. and England over Germany, Italy and Japan in World War II — but do we know what history smells like? Knowing the …

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Múm to Perform at Reykjavik Festival, LA by Blouin Artinfo

As part of the Reykjavik Festival, Múm band from Iceland will perform on the opening night on April 7, 2017.Múm are an exploratory Icelandic musical group whose music is characterized…

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Who Won the 2017 Broadway Brackets Championship? by Adam Hetrick

Two Lin-Manuel Miranda musicals went head to head in the final match-up of the 2017 Broadway Brackets Championship.

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Photo Flash: First Look at LOVE IN IDLENESS at Menier Chocolate Factory by BroadwayWorld

With She Loves Me currently running at its home base, Travesties and David Baddiel My Family Not the Sitcom taking up residence in the West End, and Funny Girl in rehearsals ahead of a major…

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Kuwait censors pull Disney's Beauty and the Beast for edits

KUWAIT CITY (AP) -- Disney's new Beauty and the Beast has been pulled from cinemas in Kuwait after censors raised concerns over the film's content....

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Network of Independent Critics return to Edinburgh Fringe by Daniel Perks

Applications opened today for participants to join the Network of Independent Critics (NIC) for their second season at Edinburgh Festival Fringe, from 4th – 28th August 2017.

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5 Things You Need to Know Before Moving to New York City by Playbill Staff

Thinking about starting your career in the big apple? Tyler Mount has some practical advice.

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Competition: Win tickets to Maigret at the BFI and panel with Rowan Atkinson and executive producer John Simenon by The Stage

Rowan Atkinson ‘just couldn’t say no’ to stepping into the gumshoes of Michael Gambon, Richard Harris and Rupert Davies to reinvent the

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It's a Boy! Megan Hilty and Brian Gallagher Welcome a New Addition by Andy Lefkowitz

We have another Broadway baby to cheer for! Tony nominee Megan Hilty and her sweet hubby Brian Gallagher welcomed a baby boy today, according to People. Ronan Laine Gallagher was born in L.A…

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Many a New Day! Same-Sex Oklahoma to Play Oregon Shakespeare Festival by Andy Lefkowitz

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Oklahoma will be presented with a new spin by Broadway veteran director Bill Rauch. Oregon Shakespeare Festival, in Ashland, Oregon, will celebrate the musica…

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PLAYBILL SCOOP: Broadway Brackets Winner Announced

Today, Lesli Margherita and Tyler Mount reveal the winner of this year's Broadway Brackets Tournament.

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Arthur Miller’s THE PRICE: Interview with Director Terry Kinney by Roundabout

Ted Sod: Where were you born and educated? How did you become an actor and a director in the theatre? Did you have any teachers who had a profound influence on you? Terry Kinney: I grew up i…

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Tony Winner Martha Plimpton Will Be Feted at PFLAG's 2017 Straight for Equality Awards Gala by BroadwayWorld

PFLAG National -the nation's largest organization uniting families, allies, and people who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer LGBTQ -today announced it will honor Tony and Emm…

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Don't Miss Gyllenhaal & Ashford in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE through April 23 by Contests - Broadway

Jake Gyllenhaal andTony winner Annaleigh Ashford open Broadway's newHudson Theatrein the Stephen SondheimJames Lapine Pulitzer Prize-winningmasterpiece Sunday in the Park with George. The th…

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What's Playing on Broadway: March 20-26 , 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the week of March 20-26, 2017.

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Enter to Win Roundtrip Tickets to See DEAR EVAN HANSEN on Broadway by Contests - Broadway

Don't miss your chance to see the hottest Broadway ticket of the seasonEnter now for a chance to win an unforgettable trip for two to New York City,including ticketsto DEAR EVAN HANSEN, plus…

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ALADDIN Marks Third Year of Magic, Adventure and Romance on Broadway Today by BroadwayWorld

Disney'sAladdin, the hit Broadway musical, celebrates its 3rd anniversary on Broadway today, March 20th, 2017, at the New Amsterdam Theatre.

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VIDEO: First Look - Darren Criss as 'Music Meister' in Tonight's SUPERGIRL by TV News Desk

ET has shared an exclusive first look at Darren Criss guest starring as Music Meister in tonight's episode of SUPERGIRL on The CW.

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Playscripts Launches Broadway Licensing with Sean Cercone by BroadwayWorld

Playscripts Inc. names Sean Cercone President, and announces Broadway Licensing, a new stock and amateur licensing company dedicated to the global distribution of Broadway musicals.

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Guides for Survival in the Trump Simulacrum by American Theatre Editors

When the familiar seems strange and vice versa, writers who have grasped that dichotomy seem all the more necessary.

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'Nabucco' at Deutsche Oper Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

"Nabucco" will be staged at Deutsche Oper Berlin on June 8 and 11, 2017.The dramatic tale of Israelite subjugation under the Babylonian yoke of King Nebuchadnezzar remains one of Verdi's bes…

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Interview: ‘Omega Kids’ Playwright Noah Mease on the Super Powers of Theatre Artists by Jose Solis

Two young men, both named Michael, get to know each other over the course of a rainy Saturday afternoon, as they sit on the carpet discussing the achievements of the Omega Kids, the superher…

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Book Review: Lucy Kerbel’s All Change Please by Susan Elkin

Former director, Lucy Kerbel has – commendably – turned gender equality in the theatre industry into her life mission. First came her enlightening 100 Plays for Women. Now we have All C…

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Review: Truth and Reconciliation

Sideline Theatre Company presents a national premiere.

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Theater News: J.B. Priestly's The Roundabout to Make US Premiere

Britts Off Broadway presents a long-lost comedy at 59E59 Theaters.

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Cabaret News: Don't Tell Mama Extends Joe Iconis and Lauren Marcus Cabaret Love Letter

The evening pays tribute to Johnny Cash and June Carter Cash.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)


In today's episode, I give you practical steps to make your dream home a reality. SUBSCRIBE TO THE TYLER MOUNT VLOGCONTACT TYLER:ONLINE:►Instagram: @TylerGMount►SnapChat: @T…

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Megan Hilty and Brian Gallagher Welcome Newborn Son by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway pair celebrate the arrival of the newest addition to the family.

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Rare Birds in New York by Adam Szymkowicz

Previews start this week! RARE BIRDS By Adam Szymkowicz Directed by Scott Ebersold Featuring: Robert Buckwalter, George Colligan, Joanna Fanizza, Tracey Gilbert*, Jake Glassman*, and …

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Now on Broadway: 2 Mueller sisters in leading roles by Chris Jones

This week Broadway has a true rarity: Two sisters from Evanston appearing in leading roles in two separate Broadway musicals. But it's only through Sunday. At the Brooks Atkinson Theatre, Je…

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Billy Porter Returns to Huntington Theatre Company to Direct Topdog/Underdog by Malia West

Billy Porter is back in the director’s chair! After a busy 2016, the Tony winner has reunited with the Huntington Theatre Company to bring Suzan Lori-Parks‘ Topdog/Underdog to …

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Re-Member Me review – a seance of Hamlets from O'Toole to Day-Lewis by Lyn Gardner

Almeida, LondonDickie Beau’s remarkable show examines memory and mortality as he conjures the actors who have played Shakespeare’s tragic prince“Remember me,” demands the ghost in Ha…

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Video: Exclusive: First listen to Simon Bailey and Niamh Perry in Whisper House

Duncan Sheik's musical opens at The Other Palace in April

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Suffrage comedy takes the stage at Venus Theatre (review) by Susan Galbraith

Seeing something unlike anything you’ve seen before can be curious, mystifying, and even jarring. That was my experience this weekend with Venus Theatre’s presentation of what was, …

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Meistersinger returns in style to La Scala, Milan

Harry Kupfer’s production finds a utopian vision in Wagner’s paean to German art

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Sweet Charity With Sutton Foster May Play Broadway Next Season by Andy Lefkowitz

“Where am I going?,” the title character sings in Neil Simon, Cy Coleman and Dorothy Fields’ musical Sweet Charity. The answer may be Broadway. The New Group’s r…

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Filthy Business, Hampstead Theatre, London, review: Sara Kestelman left me feeling as weak with laughter as Dame Edna does by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

Olivier Award-winning Sara Kestelman stars in Ryan Craig's new family comedy set in 1968, taking the lead as an East End matriarch who must protect her shop for future generations

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Broadway Baby! Megan Hilty & Brian Gallagher Welcome Second Child by BroadwayWorld

Tony-nominee Megan Hilty and husband Brian Gallagher welcomed a baby boy on Monday, March 13th. Son Ronan Laine Gallagher was born at 330 p.m. in Los Angeles.

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Jessie Mueller, Christopher Jackson, Will Chase, and Adrienne Warren to Perform with The New York Pops by BroadwayWorld

On April 21, 2017 at 800PM, The New York Pops, led by Music Director Steven Reineke, will continue its 34th season at Carnegie Hall's Stern AuditoriumPerelman Stage, by bringing to life the …

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Ars Nova To Take Underground Railroad Game On Tour This Summer by Jazmine Harper-Davis

Ars Nova has announced an international tour of their critically acclaimed Off-Broadway hit, Underground Railroad Game, created by and starring Jennifer Kidwell and Scott R. Sheppard. The…

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THE PRINCIPLE OF UNCERTAINTY – Draper Hall by Laura Kressly

We are Dr Bailey’s freshman class in Draper Hall, a housing estate community space in Elephant & Castle newly doubling as a performance venue run by veteran Italian polymath Stefania …

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)

A convoluted Death in Venice at the Deutsche Oper Berlin

Musical standards are high in Britten’s opera, but the production is visually disappointing

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Onstage This Week: March 20-26 by American Theatre Editors

From the moorlands of England to the front lines of battle, from Homer Simpson to Paul Cézanne, it is a wide-ranging week for theatre.

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Hamilton Tony Nominee Christopher Jackson to Join Jessie Mueller and More at Carnegie Hall by Robert Viagas

The New York Pops concert will also feature Will Chase and Adrienne Warren.

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Nicholas Christopher Brings the Heat to Broadway in Miss Saigon by Montez Jennings

The heat is on in Saigon as the Olivier and Tony-winning musical, featuring the epic onstage helicopter landing, returns to Broadway after a 16-year hiatus. Two decades ago, a visually stunn…

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Holten’s Covent Garden tenure has controversial ending by Ronald Blum | ap

Kasper Holten concluded 5 1/2 years as director of opera at Covent Garden with a shocker: Instead of a happy ending to Wagner’s “Die Meistersinger von Nuernberg,” Eva runs offstage in …

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The Moors by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Although the play demonstrates a surface knowledge of the genre and the period, it wants to have it both ways: it takes place in 1840 in a desolate mansion on the Yorkshire Moors but the cha…

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A moving, engrossing Wozzeck in Amsterdam

Berg’s opera becomes a portrait of a failed individual in De Nationale Opera’s production

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Tony Nominee Montego Glover Gives Insta Followers An All-Access, Early Look at the Broadway-Bound Musical Sousatzka

Tony Award nominee Montego Glover took over BroadwayBox's Instagram to bring followers behind the scenes at the new Broadway-bound musical Sousatzka.

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The mesmerising voice of Laura Marling at the Roundhouse, London

Focusing on material from her new album, the singer displayed her impressive range

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Book Review: The “Inexhaustibility” of Angela Carter by Roberta Silman

May this superb biography, The Invention of Angela Carter, spark more interest in this amazing writer, especially in the United States.

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Same-Sex Oklahoma! Will Be Part of Oregon Shakespeare Festival Season by Andrew Gans

The 2018 season also features world premieres by Mary Kathryn Nagle and Idris Goodwin.

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REVIEW: The Full Monty, Bradford Alhambra ✭✭✭✭ by Jonathan Hall

By Jonathan Hall The concluding moments of ‘The Full Monty’ summed up the whole show: energetic triumphant dancing, dazzling lights, pumping music all received by enthusiastic standing o…

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Theatre News: West Yorkshire Playhouse awarded £25k grant for work with refugees

The theatre's programme includes a free, weekly choir practise for female refugees and asylum seekers

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FGO Hosts Moving If Flawed Tale Of Gay Cuban Poet-Dissident by Bill Hirschman

The true-life narrative in Before Night Falls is profoundly powerful and undeniably affecting: Reinaldo Areneas, the gay Cuban poet, inspired by the beauty of the island but brutally oppress…

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Margo Seibert & James Snyder: In Transit by John Vermeer

In Transit stars Margo Seibert & James Snyder explain what it's like to be performing in Broadway's first a cappella musical.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Recap PARAMOUR's Rise to Fame! by BroadwayWorld TV

Cirque du Soleil Theatrical's smash production of Cirque du Soleil Paramour, the organization's first created specifically for Broadway is in its finalweeks on Broadway. As previously announ…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- featuring Tony Shalhoub by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Broadway alum Ilana Levine, who makes her entrance onto the podcast stage with her new show Little Known Facts. Ilana's unique brand of celebrity interview, …

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Careers Clinic: Am I too different for commercials? by John Byrne

I trained in physical theatre and the work I have most enjoyed since graduating is very much the kind of show where

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‘La La Land’ wreaks Oscar revenge on ‘Moonlight’ at box office by Paul Sheehan

“La La Land” may have (eventually) lost the Best Picture Oscar to “Moonlight” but it is far outpacing that film at the box office. While “Moonlight” manag…

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Five Reasons to See 42nd Street by Emma Clarendon

As the latest musical to hit the West End stage prepares to open for previews, here are five extremely good reasons why you need to see it.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Monday, March 20, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Poll: Has Lyn Gardner’s blog helped your career? by The Stage

Last week, theatre critic and journalist Lyn Gardner announced that the 150 blogs she writes for the Guardian a year were being

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CD Review: The Tedeschi Trucks Band — “Live From the Fox Oakland” by Arts Fuse Editor

So much goes on over the course of Live From the Fox Oakland that the TTB upends the notion of a band “settling” into a sound.

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Book Review: Nuff Said? — “What Playwrights Talk About When They Talk About Writing” by Ian Thal

 Jeffrey Sweet has provided a handy oral history of the ways playwriting has changed over three generations.

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The Arts on the Stamps of the World — March 20 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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Theatre News: Drywrite's Fleabag to return for a second series on BBC

Phoebe Waller-Bridge's black comedy started life as a one-woman stage show at the Edinburgh Fringe

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Come From Away - a wonderful new big bear hug of a musical comes in under the radar by Oscar E. Moore

GO! You will stand up and shout out and support our Canadian friends who have delivered this musical with care and love. A lesson for us all.

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Richard Booth, Farrell Cox, and More Announced for ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND by BroadwayWorld

Les Enfants Terribles and ebp in association with Creature of London are delighted to announce the cast of ALICE'S ADVENTURES UNDERGROUND which returns to The Vaults at Waterloo from 15 Apri…

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‘Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster’ at Beckett Theatre, The Coopers Malthouse, Melbourne by Blouin Artinfo

“Piece for Person and Ghetto Blaster” directed by Nicola Gunn and presented as part of Dance Massive will be staged at the Beckett Theatre of The Coopers Malthouse, Melbourne. The show w…

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‘The Dog / The Cat’ at Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

Directed by Ralph Myers “The Dog” by Brendan Cowell and “The Cat” by Lally Katz will be staged at the Belvoir St Theatre, Sydney and will run from April 13 through May 7, 2017. …

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Sydney Dance Company's 'Orb’ at Roslyn Packer Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

A lunar mystery entitled “Orb” presented by Sydney Dance Company will be staged at the Roslyn Packer Theatre, Sydney from April 29 through May 13, 2017.For the first time in association …

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Review: The Man of Mode, Upstairs at the Gatehouse by India-Inés Levy

Until the 18th of March, Upstairs At the Gatehouse Theatre in Highgate becomes home to George Etherege’s complex 17th century play, The Man of Mode. Directed by Alexandria Anfield, and pr…

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Broadway's Moving New Musical Come From Away to Celebrate Cast Album Release at Barnes & Noble by

Junkyard Dog Productions and The Musical Company will celebrate the release of the original Broadway cast recording of the musical Come From Away with an in-store performance and CD sig…

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THE FROGS – Jermyn Street Theatre by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

Aristophanes' The Frogs, originally adapted by Burt Shevelove and later adapted by Nathan Lane is a modern retelling of Dionysus’ journey to Hades to retrieve the great dramatist Euripides…

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Date, Dump or Duet at BroadwayCon 2017 by Serena

We decided to have some fun with everyone at BroadwayCon. The name of the game is Date, Duet or Dump; we asked all of you to weigh in on famous characters or Broadway actors.

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Livestreaming Universal Design in Emergency Planning presentation from the Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania—Thurs, Mar 23 by (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council presents Universal Design in Emergency Planning, a presentation on the importance of creating emergency plans that both satisfy your lega…

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Theater News: Come From Away Stars to Sign Cast Album at Barnes & Noble

The new CD is released by The Musical Company.

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What Do We Really Want? Creating a union for actors in Romania by (ramona)

By Theodor-Cristian Popescu. In this installment of a new series leading up to the IETM Plenary Meeting in Bucharest, Theodor-Cristian Popescu writes about being an actor in Romania.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Michael Cerveris & His Accomplices – The Sheen Center by Sandi Durell

by Susan Hasho   I venture to say Micheal Cerveris is best known as a musical theatre actor, a Broadway guy, and a TV and film actor. So often other facets of artists we think we “kno…

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Janet Suzman to star in one-woman play at Manchester’s Home by Tim Bano

Janet Suzman will star in a revival of Martin Sherman’s one-woman play, Rose, in Manchester later this year. This is the first

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BWW's On This Day - March 20, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 20 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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COME FROM AWAY Company Will Sign Cast Recordings and Perform at Barnes & Noble on April 7 by BroadwayWorld

JUNKYARD DOG PRODUCTIONSandTHE MUSICAL COMPANY will celebrate the release oftheoriginal Broadway cast recording ofCOME FROM AWAYwith aspecial in-store performance and CD signingatBarnes amp …

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Chuck Berry and Creating Commercialated Culture by Kevin Delin

Chuck Berry may be dead but you know he won’t stay buried.  He’s just too irrepressible for confinement to such a singular state.  He was like his music:  audacious and muscul…

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Blowin’ in the Wind review at the Chickenshed, London – ‘impassioned and committed’ by Stuart Gidden

Never let it be said that Chickenshed lacks ambition. This fierce ode to civil rights movements, taking the Bob Dylan protest song

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Come From Away Will Celebrate Cast Recording Release with Barnes & Noble Performance by Andrew Gans

The event will feature Jenn Colella, Rodney Hicks, Kendra Kassebaum, Chad Kimball, and more.

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The Frogs review – Nathan Lane's larky update of Sondheim musical by Michael Billington

Jermyn Street theatre, London Funny things happen on the way to Hades in this version of Aristophanes’ civic-minded comedy about the function of artIt is disconcerting to find the creator …

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The Royal Shakespeare Company Presents Fourth Relaxed Performance of MATILDA THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Following the sold-out success of the previous relaxed performances of Matilda The Musical, the Royal Shakespeare Company will present its fourth at the Cambridge Theatre on Sunday 11 June 2…

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Features: Top 5 theatre openings: 20 - 26 March

From Bob Marley to Julius Caesar, we run down this week's major openings

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How War Paint Is Capturing an American Moment by Adam Hetrick

War Paint is more than just the story of two rival cosmetics giants, it’s the story of America.

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The Siegel Column – When Truth Enhances Fiction by Sandi Durell

When Truth Enhances Fiction: Theater Based on True Stories…     By Barbara & Scott Siegel     If the true story upon which the new Broadway musical Come From Away h…

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THE SUPPLIANT WOMEN – Manchester by Kristy Stott

Written around 463BC, The Suppliant Women tells the story of fifty young women who have fled their homeland, in a bid to escape forced marriage, in order to seek asylum in Greece.

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Former ENO boss John Berry launches not-for-profit opera company by Georgia Snow

Former English National Opera boss John Berry has launched a new, not-for-profit company that will commission and produce opera as well as

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Drama Centre launches National Student Writing Awards by Giverny Masso

Drama Centre London’s dramatic writing master’s course is celebrating its five-year anniversary by launching a new award for student playwrights. Five experts

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Two-Way Mirror review at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick – ‘intensity and intimacy’ by Stephen Longstaffe

The inaugural season from Theatre by the Lake’s new artistic director/chief executive Conrad Lynch promises much new: world premieres, co-productions, more touring.

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PHOTOS & VIDEO: Lucy Carless & the cast of Sea Fret in rehearsal by Press Releases

Sneak a peek at shots of Humans star Lucy Carless preparing to make her theatre debut, alongside the rest of the cast rehearsing for the world premiere of Tallulah Brown's new play Sea Fret

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Black Is the Colour of My Voice review at Brasserie Zedel, London – ‘stunning vocals’ by Paul Vale

Singer and playwright Apphia Campbell has been performing her one-woman show about Nina Simone since 2013, but after performances in Brighton, Shanghai

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HOME to Present Major UK Revival of ROSE Starring Dame Janet Suzman by BroadwayWorld

HOME is delighted to announce the first UK revival of Martin Sherman's award-winningRose, which premiered at the National Theatre in London in 1999. Directed by Richard Beecham, Janet Suzman…

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Bristol Old Vic Announces Latest Productions For 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Bristol Old Vic today announced the next raft of productions to hit its stage throughout 2017.

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Review: Review: The Frogs (Jermyn Street Theatre)

Jermyn Street plays host to the UK premiere of Sondheim's send up of Greek comedy

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CIRCUS DIARIES: Anyday by Katharine Kavanagh

Max likes birds. Max really likes birds. Max also likes setting the scene… really really well. Something Max doesn’t seem to like is risk. Unfortunately for this show.

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#AnAmericanInParis? Let's wave the flag for 9+ Americans in London & onstage

As AN AMERICAN IN PARIS prepares for its West End premiere tomorrow night (20 March 2017), we take a look at some of the Americans in London who are proving a hit with #StageFaves musical fa…

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Artist Micol Hebron takes on gender inequality at galleries, museums

Talk with artist Micol Hebron for an hour and your mind will be fully exposed to artistic complexities that you likely missed on previous visits to museums and galleries. The … Click t…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Dolly Parton’s ‘9 to 5’ — the ultimate anti-work anthem?

How the song went from the movies to the White House to a muddy field in Glastonbury

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Offside: the shocking moment female footballers were banned for 50 years by Catherine Love

A new play spotlights the era when female players were sidelined by the FA and shows they are still kicking against prejudice todayIn 1921, the Football Association ruled the sport “quite …

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Interviews: Rising star: Big Guns playwright Nina Segal

As her second play is staged at the Yard, Nina Segal explains how she turned playwright from producer and why she's such a fangirl of the Yard Theatre

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MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins Announces THE YEAR OF CELEBRATION by BroadwayWorld

The MA Dramatic Writing at Drama Centre London at Central Saint Martins, one of the UK's leading scriptwriting courses, has announced 'The Year of Celebration' for its 5th anniversary year.

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The Green Room: How do you switch agents? by Thomas Hescott

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… Albert

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Tal Yarden: ‘In video design, we are using cinematic tools in theatre’ by Nick Smurthwaite

Just when you thought every permutation of staging Shakespeare had been tried, along comes another freshly minted Hamlet to confound our expectations.

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BOXMAN – The Albany by Daniel Perks

Edwina Strobl directs Daniel Keene’s Boxman as part of the Stomping Ground Festival, a Young Director’s training programme set up by StoneCrabs Theatre Company. Weathers establishes his …

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, March 20, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Cy Coleman’s Widow Confirms “Sweet Charity” Revival in the Works, “Beauty and the Beast” Breaks Box Office Record, and John Kander’s Birthday Wish…

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From pig hunting to quilting – why magazines still matter by Arts Review

Look around in any newsagent or supermarket and you will be right in thinking that Australians love magazines. Four copies are sold nationally every second, and we spend over $603 million ea…

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Guest Blog: Playwright Nicholas de Jongh on Shakespeare's Sexuality and PRICKED OUT by Guest Blog: Nicholas De Jongh

My play Pricked Out may be set in Dorset on Midsummer's Day 2016, where two young men meet and make a sensational discovery about themselves, but the focus is on time past - in the shape of …

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On the Couch with Joshua Thomson by Arts Review

Who is Joshua Thomson? I have been one of the key members of The Farm for over 10 years, and now, I am the co-artistic director of Legs On The Wall. What would you do differently to what you…

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The 2017 Manchester Theatre Awards by Ian Foster

The Manchester Theatre Awards represent the cream of theatre in my native North-West.

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Working Class Dinner Party by Tracey Sinclair

"I find myself getting up...and saying my piece". Tracey Sinclair writes on her unexpectedly personal response to 'Working Class Dinner Party', hosted by performance artists Scottee, Selina …

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The Princess and the Pea by Arts Review

Bursting with colour and plenty of humour, Victorian Opera will delight children and families with the Australian premiere of Ernst Toch’s musical retelling of The Princess and the Pe…

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BWW Morning Brief March 20th, 2017 - Original Stars of KINKY BOOTS Reunite for TDF! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news Bernadette Peters and more celebrate Cameron Mackintosh at Signature's Sondheim Gala in D.C., and four 'Lolas' strut their stuff this evening at …

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Easter Holiday Deal: 31% Discount On Tickets For STOMP by BroadwayWorld

STOMP, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2016, continues its impressive run at London'sAmbassadors Theatre. To celebrate the Easter holidays, enjoy a31 saving on Price Band A Ticketsw…

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BWW Interview: Archie Madekwe On THE GOAT, OR WHO IS SYLVIA? by Marianka Swain

Archie Madekwe's screen credits includeFresh Meatand filmsLegacyandSecond Coming. He's now making his professional stage debut inThe Goat, or Who Is Sylvia, Edward Albee's darkly comic maste…

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Google Fi Update: Group Plans! by Drew McManus

Last May, we took a close look at Google’s Project Fi and it’s potential for being a high quality, low cost cellular provider capable of introducing much needed communication options for…

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Mark Shenton’s week: Theatrical synchronicity is all around us by Mark Shenton

This time last week I was remarking on the coincidence of seeing the Almeida Theatre’s new Hamlet and Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and

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Lourdes Faberes: ‘All my friends were in Miss Saigon, but I can’t sing’ by Tim Bano

Lourdes Faberes grew up in the Philippines before moving to the UK, where she now lives. She is starring in a new

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Los Angeles Theater Review: THE OFFENDING GESTURE (Son of Semele Ensemble) by Jason Rohrer

DEFENSIVE ACTION Richard Brinsley Sheridan learned the consequence of gesture earlier than most of us. At 21, he fought two duels with the same man over the same woman; having once spared hi…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 3/19-3/20/2017

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Monday, March 20, 2017 - Monday, March 20, 2017.

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Episode 504 - Ben Coleman (Literary Supervisor, Samuel French Inc) by Joel B. New

JBN sat down with Ben Coleman, the Literary Supervisor for Samuel French, Inc. Song Premiere: "Getting Lost In Brooklyn," music and lyrics by Joel B. New. Recorded live in the Mary Rodgers …

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Arden Cabaret Series presents Ben Dibble’s ‘Are We There Yet?’ by A.d. Amorosi

Ben Dibble, one of Philadelphia's best-known actor/singers, takes center stage at the Arden Cabaret Series and puts his family in the spotlight. AD Amorosi reviews.

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Theatre Review: ‘The Last 5 Years’ at Stillpointe Theatre by Tucker Nelson

Most people who have been in a couple of relationships have had, by definition, at least one which didn’t work out. While distance might allow you to look back on even the failed relations…

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Review: Straight White Men (Steppenwolf Theatre) by Catey Sullivan

At 90 minutes, Steppenwolf's Straight White Men, written and directed by Young Jean Lee, zips by at the pace of an expertly timed sitcom, but plumbs depths worthy of a dissertation. By expos…

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Jake Miller Intimate Studio Performance by Young Hollywood

Jake Miller Intimate Studio Performance We invite a few lucky fans to the YH Studio for a live, intimate performance from singer/songwriter Jake Miller, who treats us to stripped down versio…

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Monday, March 20, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Interviews: Lena Hall Brings Polyamory to Lincoln Center

The Tony-winning Hedwig veteran trades her male drag for someone more familiar in Sarah Ruhl's How to Transcend a Happy Marriage.

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Chicago Hamilton Cast Joins Broadway Luminaries for March 20 Concert for America by Robert Viagas

Chita Rivera, Alice Ripley, and the stars of two Chicago-set TV series are raising funds for human rights organizations.

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Andréa Burns and Guests to Sing Showtunes ‘Latin Style’ March 20 by Robert Viagas

The In the Heights star will host Broadway talent at the Greenwich Village event.

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Sarah Ruhl’s How to Transcend a Happy Marriage Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Lena Hall and Marisa Tomei star in the playwright’s newest work at Lincoln Center Theater.

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Cyndi Lauper Joins 4 Lolas for March 20 TDF Honors Kinky Boots Concert by Andrew Gans

The evening at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre features current and former members of the Tony-winning musical.

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Musical Theatre Camp for Adults? Yes, Please. by Ruthie Fierberg

With Broadway Weekends, Alysha Umphress, Jeanna de Waal, Cody Williams, and Isaac Alter launch a three-day musical theatre retreat.

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How the New York Philharmonic’s European Tour is the Perfect Farewell and Fresh Start by Stephen Greco

Music Director Alan Gilbert shares his vision of today’s New York Philharmonic on their final tour together.

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Repost:Dance Writing, What I Learned This Week about Words & Using Them: Featuring Trisha Brown, The Bessies & Eliza Doolittle by The Dance Enthusiast

Says Christine Jowers in Dance Writing, What I Learned This Week about Words and Using Them, "In our Audience Review section, We are asking for words... We want to get the world talking abou…

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Impressions from New Jersey: Sarah Weber Gallo's "The Magic Hour" at Mile Square Theatre by The Dance Enthusiast

In Impressions from New Jersey: Sarah Weber Gallo's The Magic Hour at Mile Square Theatre, "Gallo, the story’s protagonist, grapples with how to control time, how to make the most of …

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TDE Asks Dancewave's Diane Jacobowitz About Dancing Through College and Beyond by The Dance Enthusiast

"There was nothing like DTCB (in my schooling years)! In my day there were not even performing arts fairs which exist now. To be specifically focused on dance is unique and extremely helpful…

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Yale Rep Tackles Sondheim's Dark Musical 'Assassins' by Christopher Arnott

Stephen Sondheim has given us the warm nostalgia of "Follies," the contemporary relationship foibles of "Company," the summer magic of "A Little Night Music" and the passion of "Passion." He…

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Would You Risk You Career to Tell the Truth? - Ibsen's political classic could've been written last week

Ibsen's political classic could've been written last week---We all know how easy it is to ignore an inconvenient truth. Think of the politicians who deny climate change, a phenomenon almost…

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