Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Queens Of Syria’ at Lexi Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘Queens Of Syria’, a powerful documentary that tells the story of fifty exiled Syrian women, will be screened at Lexi Cinema, London, on June 20, 2017.The documentary…

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‘My Cousin Rachel’ at Lexi Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

'My Cousin Rachel', a film based on Daphne du Maurier's classic mystery romance, Dark Tale of Passion, will be screened at Lexi Cinema, London, from June 9-11, 2017.The 106 minute film is di…

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'Whitney: Can I Be Me' at ArtHouse Crouch End, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘Whitney: Can I Be Me’, a documentary on Whitney Houston's extraordinary life and tragic death, will be screened on at ArtHouse Crouch End, London, on June 11, 2017.The 18…

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Colossal at Electric Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

American–Canadian/Spanish English-language science fiction black comedy film, Colossal, will be screened at Electric Cinema, London, from May 19-25, 2017 .Directed by Nacho Vigalondo,…

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King Kong to open on Broadway in 2018 by Arts Review

Producers Global Creatures and Roy Furman have announced that King Kong will arrive on Broadway in 2018 at the Shubert Organization’s Broadway Theatre. King Kong’s first preview, press…

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Hal Prince Weighs in On Trump's America in Times Letter to the Editor by BroadwayWorld

This afternoon the New York times published a brief letter from Broadway legend Harold Prince.

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Oh, Brother!: Mint Theater’s ‘The Lucky One’ by Matthew Wexler

By Samuel L. Leiter By 1922, British writer A.A. Milne (1882-1956), soon to become world-famous for his Winnie the Pooh children’s stories, was already recognized as a promising, prolific …

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: the National Chamber Ensemble Mother’s Day Concert ‘Music of Our Time’ at the Spectrum Theatre by Charles Miller

For their Mother’s Day theme and as a tribute to the conclusion of their 10th anniversary season at Rosslyn’s Spectrum Theatre, the National Chamber Ensemble (NCE) selected a program ins…

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Minnie and Liraz review – Lally Katz finds fun, feminism and heart in a retirement home by Jane Howard

Fairfax Studio, Arts Centre MelbourneAustralia’s aged care bridge scene may seem an odd place to set a play – but like all good sports dramas, it’s not just about the gamePart odd coup…

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Harold Prince Writes Open Letter to New York Times by Mark Peikert

The Tony-winning director expresses his dismay in the occupant of the country's "star dressing room."

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Three Tall Women to Come to Broadway With Laurie Metcalf and Glenda Jackson by Mark Peikert

The two actors will star in the Pulitzer Prize-winning Edward Albee play under the direction of Joe Mantello.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Species Native to California by Steven Morris

Species Native to CaliforniaReviewed by Gray PalmerIAMA Theatre Co. at Atwater Village TheatreThrough June 11 RECOMMENDEDPrompted by Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard, Dorothy Fortenberry’s n…

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The Lucky One – Mint Theater by Sandi Durell

    By Sandi Durell     Taking place in the early 1920’s, The Lucky One (written by A. A. Milne) borders on farce (as we view it today) moving to more serious issues of…

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Review: She Loves Me (Marriott Theatre) by Catey Sullivan

As romances go, She Loves Me, by Sheldon Harnick and Jerry Bock, is as pretty as a glossy-page perfume insert. In the Marriott Lincolnshire production, It is also just about as deep. Slightl…

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Two-time Oscar winner heads to Broadway by Michael Riedel

Glenda Jackson, the celebrated British actress and politician, will return to Broadway next season in Edward Albee’s “Three Tall Women.” The 81-year-old — a two-time Oscar winner (…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Vice Versa review at the Swan Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘amusing but dated’ by Ben Kulvichit

“Lovingly ripped off from the plays of Plautus”, Phil Porter’s new comedy, Vice Versa, wears its influence on its sleeve, tracing a

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Why Most of the Time Frank Capra was Not “Frank Capra” by Trav S.D.

It’s film director Frank Capra’s birthday. This post has come about because in recent years I’ve filled out my Capraducation some — I’ve seen a bunch of his mor…

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Andrew Rolfe Takes The Ubuntu Fund In A New Direction by Rino16

How The Ubuntu Fund Educates The Masses The work of the Ubuntu Fund is absolutely amazing and often doesn’t receive the recognition that it deserves. For starters, there work on educat…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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My Fair Lady, Melbourne by Anne-Marie Peard

“Words, words, words! I’m so sick of words I get words all day through.” This was always my favourite song from Lerner and Lowe’s My Fair Lady. Even with misguided-te…

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Review: ‘The Lucky One’ at Mint Theater Company by Richard Seff

Every now and then it’s refreshing to turn on the time travel clock and return to what we then called “civilization” circa 1920. You know, after the war to end all wars, be…

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The Artist Co-Op, a New Working Space Where Creativity is the Rule of the Land by Stagebuddy News

Rachel Berger is a working actor who was tired of having meeting in cafes, parks and libraries, which is why she decided the best way to find a space for her creativity to blossom was to set…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Caroline O'Connor of Anastasia by Broadway.com

Caroline O'Connor stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Anastasia and more with Paul Wontorek.

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The Catch-Up! Childhood Chums Condola Rashad of A Doll’s House, Part 2 and Corey Hawkins of Six Degrees by Broadway.com

2017 Tony Award nominees Condola Rashad and Corey Hawkins sit down and catch up for our cameras.

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Jeanne Button, Designer of Whimsical Costumes, Dies at 86 by Sam Roberts

Ms. Button helped define hundreds of characters in Broadway and Off Broadway plays.

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Review: One-Act Highlights Find the Laughs in Political Anxiety by Laura Collins-Hughes

The 36th Marathon of One-Act Plays: Series A, produced at Ensemble Studio Theater with the Radio Drama Network, is off to a rousing start.

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What Is a Dance Doing in the Middle of Enda Walsh’s Play? by Brian Seibert

In “Arlington,” a dance segment takes us into the subtext: “the pressure put on a body in confinement.”

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Theater News: Ernest Hemingway Drama Pamplona, Starring Stacy Keach, Extends

Director Robert Falls reunites with Keach for the production.

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Theater News: Kuntsler Begins Performances at Barrington Stage Company

Jeff McCarthy stars, and Meagen Fay directs.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Celia Keenan-Bolger, Anita Gillette, and More Announced for A Parallelogram

Bruce Norris' latest play will make its New York premiere at Second Stage.

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Theater News: Megan Sikora and Andy Talen to Join Church & State

Jason Odell Williams' play is running at New World Stages.

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Photo Flash: Hunter Foster-Helmed Buddy: The Buddy Holly Story Releases 1st Photos

Performances of the musical continue through June 17 at Buck's County Playhouse before transferring to the Kimmel Center.

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DC Theater Friday: ‘Superstar’ steps in, ‘Ragtime’ wraps up by Nelson Pressley

Schenkkan’s politically hot ‘Building the Wall’ moves to Forum’s Silver Spring base

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SPACE on Ryder Farm Announces 2017 Residencies by American Theatre Editors

The farm in upstate New York will welcome writers, activist organizations, theatre companies, and families this summer.

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Sojourners & Her Portmanteau at New York Theater Workshop by Molly Grogan

Loren Noveck and Molly Grogan discuss two sections of Mfoniso Udofia's 9-part cycle about a Nigerian-American family. The post Sojourners & Her Portmanteau at New York Theater Workshop…

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First-Time Tony Award Nominee Ben Platt On Portraying Evan Hansen by Tony Awards – Cbs New York

Ben Platt burst into the mainstream scene back in 2012 with his role as Benji Applebaum in Pitch Perfect. Today, Platt is an award-winning Broadway actor, currently playing the role of Evan …

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Celia Keenan-Bolger, Anita Gillette & More Will Star in Second Stage's A PARALLELOGRAM by BroadwayWorld

Second Stage Theater Carole Rothman, Artistic Director, Casey Reitz, Executive Director has announced complete casting for its upcoming New York premiere production of Pulitzer Prize, Tony A…

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Photo Flash: Greg Hildreth, Dave Malloy & More Celebrate SPACE on Ryder Farm at 2017 Kick-Off Party by BroadwayWorld

SPACE on Ryder Farm, the non-profit artist residency program located on Ryder Farm, an idyllic 200 year-old working organic farm in Brewster, New York announced its 2017 season for The Worki…

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Asian Americans In Hollywood Still Waiting For The Spotlight by Leah Donnella

In the meantime, some are producing their own shows or creating material for alternative platforms like YouTube.

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Celia Keenan-Bolger, Stephen Kunken & More to Lead Bruce Norris' A Parallelogram at Second Stage by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony nominees Celia Keenan-Bolger, Stephen Kunken and Anita Gillette will be joined by Juan Castano for the New York debut of A Parallelogram by Tony and Pulitzer winner Bruce Norris. The pl…

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Bingeing Bloodline and Legally Blonde Blunders: Cats' Mamie Parris Tells All in Never Have I Ever by Broadway.com

Cats' Mamie Parris spills on bingeing Bloodline and toppling over during Legally Blonde in this hilarious episode of Never Have I Ever.

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Review: Antigone by Erin Kahn

Jean Anouilh’s Antigone is less widely known than Sophocles’ Antigone. But Anouilh’s “adaptation” of the classic Greek tragedy is an important work in itself. W…

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Watch: Anastasia’s Christy Altomare, Ramin Karimloo, & Derek Klena by Suzy Evans

The stars of the hit Broadway musical share their time travel dreams, their favorite coctails, and what they love about being in this show.

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Celia Keenan-Bolger and Stephen Kunken to Lead Cast of Second Stage’s A Parallelogram by Olivia Clement

The Bruce Norris play will receive its New York premiere this summer with direction by Michael Greif.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Offscript: Orville Mendoza Revisits ‘Pacific Overtures’ by American Theatre Editors

On this week's podcast, actor Orville Mendoza talks 'Pacific Overtures' and working with director John Doyle. Plus the editors discuss arts advocacy and how to talk to your Congresspeople ab…

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Photo Flash: Oh, Boy! Go Inside Rehearsal with John Dewey, Hunter Foster and More for BCP & Kimmel Center's BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY by BroadwayWorld

The cast of Buddy The Buddy Holly Story presented musical excerpts of the production,and the producers of the historic Bucks County Playhouse and Philadelphia's thriving Kimmel Center for th…

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of Roundabout's NAPOLI, BROOKLYN by Jennifer Broski

Roundabout Theatre Company will presentMeghan Kennedy's Too Much, Too Much, Too Many new playNapoli, Brooklyn, commissioned by Roundabout, directed byGordon Edelstein. The cast includesShiri…

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BWW TV: Watch Highlights of BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY in the Rehearsal Studio by BroadwayWorld TV

The cast of Buddy The Buddy Holly Story presented musical excerpts of the production, and the producers of the historic Bucks County Playhouse and Philadelphia's thriving Kimmel Center for t…

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Inside LA STAGE History: Gilmor Brown & The Pasadena Playhouse by Julio Martinez

by JULIO MARTINEZ the first 130-plus years of the United States' existence, the apex of upscale cultural life in the nation was live theater. By the 1880s, the introduction of formulaic …

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Theater News: Oh, Hello on Broadway on Netflix Next Month

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney comedy played in New York earlier this season.

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Songwriter David Yazbek Showcases “Old, New and Upcoming” Projects with Michael Cerveris by Robert Viagas

Composer of The Band’s Visit teams up with the star of Fun Home.

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15 Summer Theater Festivals (and More) by Steven McElroy

There are traditional and new versions of Shakespeare plays, protest theater and new work from powerhouses like Lynn Nottage.

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Andy Karl & Stars of Groundhog Day to Perform & Sign CDs at Barnes & Noble by Broadway.com

Andy Karl, Barrett Doss, Rebecca Faulkenberry, Andrew Call and Raymond J. Lee of the Broadway musical Groundhog Day will celebrate the release of their original cast album with a CD signing …

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Welcome to the Rock: Backstage at Come From Away with Jenn Colella, Episode 1: All Aboard! by Broadway.com

In this first episode of Come From Away star Jenn Colella's new vlog, we get a seat in the audience at the Helen Hayes Awards, meet Jenn's backstage roommate and more. Welcome to the…

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Odds & Ends: Kathryn Gallagher ‘Entirely Excited’ to Sing with Her Dad Peter Gallagher in New Cabaret & More by Broadway.com

Kathryn Gallagher’s New Cabaret to Feature Super-Special Guest Appearance Kathryn Gallagher, who appeared in the 2015 Deaf West revival of Spring Awakening, will play cabaret venue Fei…

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Theater News: World Premiere of T. Begins Performances at American Theatre Company

Leah Raidt stars in the title role of under the direction of Margot Bordelon.

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Theater News: Andy Karl and Groundhog Day Cast Members to Perform at Barnes & Noble

The Broadway musical will celebrate the release of its cast album with a performance and CD signing.

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Theater News: All Broadway Shows Will Go On as Planned After Times Square Crash

The Broadway League updates theatergoers on this evening's travel delays.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Can You Name These Dear Evan Hansen Songs? by Olivia Clement

Test your knowledge of the hit Broadway musical with this week’s Name That Tune video quiz.

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Review: Derren Brown: Secret by J. C. Wright

In the beginning of Secret, illusionist Derren Brown tells you that he will lie to you. He also tells you that he is neither magic nor psychic. By the end of the show you may be forgiven fo…

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New Broadway Shows To Watch Out by Rino16

In a world where broadway and theatre is the perfect escape from reality, it pays off to watch a show that genuinely entertains you and keeps you on your toes following the story with genuin…

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‘Lior Shoov + Johan Swartvagher’ at Cent Quatre, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

“Lior Shoov + Johan Swartvagher” will be live at the Cent Quatre, Paris on May 23, 2017.Lior Shoov, a native of Tel Aviv, is an avid traveler. A deep approach guides each of her steps. H…

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McDonagh’s Signature Drama And Humor Meld In Dramaworks’ Upcoming Cripple Of Inishmaan by Bill Hirschman

To avoid spoiling the specific emotional U-turns, all that veteran theatergoers need to know about The Cripple of Inishmaan opening at Palm Beach Dramaworks this month is that it’s a class…

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BWW Invite: Attend SAG-AFTRA Foundation Conversation with HAIRSPRAY LIVE!'s Kristin Chenoweth & Neil Meron by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, May 22 6PM SAG-AFTRA Foundation and BroadwayWorld will host a specialscreening of Hairspray Live followed by a QampA with Kristin Chenoweth and Executive Producer Neil Meron. Mode…

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More Tuna! Broadway's OH HELLO! to Premiere on Netflix This June! by TV News Desk

Nick Kroll turned to Twitter today to announce the news that Broadway's OH HELLO in which he co-starred with John Mulaney, will debut on Netflix on June 13th.

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Photo Coverage: Meet the 2017 Tony Nominees - SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION's Corey Hawkins by Walter McBride

On May 3, the 2017 Tony nominees flocked to the Sofitel New York, where they met with the press for the first time since getting the big news. BroadwayWorld will continue bringing you covera…

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Broadway Shows Will Go On Tonight After Times Square Crash; Active Investigation to Cause Travel Delays by BroadwayWorld

All Broadway shows will play as scheduled, tonight, Thursday, May 18th. Theatregoers are advised to allow for additional travel time due to an active investigation in the Times Square area.

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Shoshana Bean Joins Jason Robert Brown for His May 19 SubCulture Concert by Robert Viagas

The concert will feature the premiere of new material from his latest projects.

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Oligarkh live at Rich Mix, London by Blouin Artinfo

Russian electronic music band Oligarkh will perform live at the Rich Mix, London on May 23, 2017.Oligarkh's live gigs are laced with collages from historical films, documentaries, fairytales…

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Theater News: Mary Martello and Anthony Heald Star in Gypsy at Arden Theatre

Terrence J. Nolen directs the production.

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Preview: Giant insects from Cirque du Soleil's 'Ovo' invade Pittsburgh by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

On the Web: Video of characters from Cirque du Soleil’s “Ovo” invading Pittsburgh from the North Shore to Market Square

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Karla Choko – The Mexican Wolf by Mary-Anne Wright

    Q: You were recently on Broadway with the musical ON YOUR FEET. Can you tell us a little...Continue Reading The post Karla Choko – The Mexican Wolf appeared first on Broa…

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Tuna for Everyone! Oh, Hello on Broadway Will Debut on Netflix by Broadway.com

Nick Kroll and John Mulaney's recent Great White Way extravaganza Oh, Hello on Broadway will debut on Netflix on June 13. Kroll spread the news on Twitter today. Directed by Alex T…

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Theater News: Sweat Tony Nominee Michelle Wilson: Saying What Needs to Be Said on Broadway

For Wilson, opportunities like performing in Lynn Nottage's new Pulitzer Prize-winning work give meaning to life as an artist.

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Review: The Sweetheart Deal

A brother and sister revisit old wounds in a world premiere play about the early days of the United Farm Workers.

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NAME THAT TUNE: Dear Evan Hansen

Test your Dear Evan Hansen musical knowledge on today's edition of Name That Tune.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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18 Days to Go! Make Your Voice Heard and Vote for the Theater Fans' Choice Awards! by BroadwayWorld

Now in our 15th year, the Theater Fans' Choice Awards are, by FAR, the largest fan based awards of their kind. Open to anyone to vote, we're excited to present a full slate of eligible nomin…

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Lost but not forgotten: 400 St. Louis treasures by Jane Henderson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Cameron Collins goes beyond the Parkmoor and Coral Courts in new book

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Theater conference to meet here by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

TNG will bring theater professionals from around the country here in 2018

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Art on the Square supports Belleville's growing public sculpture program by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

More than 50 sculptures are now in and around Belleville's parks, public buildings, schools, and libraries because of the art festival

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Best Bets: Kiener Plaza reopening, 'Rent,' Kiefer Sutherland, Taste of Maplewood by Go! Magazine Staff

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead.

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MoMA PS1's 20th Season of Warm Up Includes Performances by ACTRESS, ASAP Ferg, John Maus, and Moor Mother by Juliet Helmke

MoMA PS1’s announcement was appropriate to the record-high temperature of New York City on Thursday. Revealing the lineup for their 20th edition of Warm Up—the institution’s music seri…

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Danny Mac Joins Sunset Boulevard Tour As Joe Gillis by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Producers have announced that Danny Mac has been cast as Joe Gillis in the forthcoming UK and Ireland tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard alongside Ria Jones who i…

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Review: Two One-Act Plays at Greenspring Players by Eric Denver

This isn’t the first time that Greenspring Players have focused their expertise on one act plays, nor the first time I have reviewed such shows for our website. Each show was about 45 minu…

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What Do TV Critics Think of the Dirty Dancing Remake? by Olivia Clement

ABC’s adaptation, starring Abigail Breslin, Colt Prattes, Nicole Scherzinger, and Debra Messing, will premiere May 24.

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Jason Graae to Lead A BROADWAY MUSICAL at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Internationally acclaimed cabaret artist Jason Graae will be taking the lead role in Feinstein's54 Below's concert presentation of Charles Strouse and Lee Adams' A BROADWAY MUSICAL on Sunday…

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Jules Feiffer and a ‘Hamilton’ Producer Color Outside the Lines for a New Musical by Aileen Jacobson

The cartoonist has written the book, while the producer Jeffrey Seller is directing the show’s premiere.

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Celebrating Women Musicals by Ramona@howlround.com (ramona)

By Andrea Lepcio. Calling for more female-driven musicals.

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Nick Kroll and John Mulaney’s Oh, Hello on Broadway Sets Netflix Premiere Date by Andrew Gans

The two-hander, which ended January 22, was filmed for broadcast during the January 19 and 20 performances.

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Booking Now! Take a Cruise With Tony Nominees Carmen Cusack, Christopher Sieber, and Other Broadway Stars by Robert Viagas

The latest Playbill Cruise is headed up the Danube River in Europe.

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BroadwayWorld Seeks Regional Editors, Production and Student Bloggers, Editorial Pitches by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is looking for performers, designers, directors, musicians and more to join our team as bloggers to give our readers a behind the scenes look at what goes into getting a produc…

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NEWS: Danny Mac stars opposite Ria Jones in Sunset Boulevard tour by Press Releases

Danny Mac will play Joe Gillis to Ria Jones' Norma Desmond in the upcoming UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Gay Men’s Chorus of L.A. Gearing Up to Honor Wicked Composer by Robert Viagas

He will sing “For Good” with the chorus, which is recognizing him for his anti-bullying and anti-suicide efforts.

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12 Off-Broadway Shows to Make Time to See During Tony Awards Season

Take note of these dozen off-Broadway shows running right now.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Michale Urie and Company of The Government Inspector

Opening night of the comedy is set for June 1.

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Carolee Carmello, HELLO, DOLLY!, Tony Awards Get the Spotlight This Spring/Summer on NPR's BROADWAY TO MAIN STREET by BroadwayWorld

In May, June amp July the NPR Program Broadway to Main Street hosted by Laurence Maslon which airs Sundays at 3PM on NYLong Island NPR-member station WPPB88.3FM will feature interviews with …

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Broadway Shows Will Go On Tonight After Times Square Crash by Playbill Staff

Broadway will still perform tonight, hours after a driver crashed a car in Times Square, killing one pedestrian and injuring over 20 more.

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1 Dead and Others Injured Following Times Square Car Crash by Playbill Staff

A maroon Honda Accord drove in the wrong direction in the theatre district before crashing into a light post, striking multiple pedestrials.

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1 Dead and 22 Others Injured Following Times Square Car Crash by Playbill Staff

A maroon Honda Accord drove in the wrong direction in the theatre district before crashing into a light post, striking multiple pedestrians.

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Center REP Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The lineup will feature two musicals and plays by Lucas Hnath and David Ives.

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A Word With: Brendon Urie Steps Away From the Disco and Into ‘Kinky Boots’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Mr. Urie, the frontman of the band Panic! at the Disco, is taking over the role of Charlie Price on Broadway.

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Signature’s ‘Jesus Christ Superstar’ looks hip and sounds vintage by Nelson Pressley

Lloyd Webber’s early rock opera continues to ask: How high can you sing?

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A transgender character bends traditional limits in Taylor Mac’s play ‘Hir’ by Peter Marks

The raucous absurd-realism comedy written by the Pulitzer finalist makes its regional debut in D.C.

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‘Building the Wall’ Imagines Life After the Terror of 2019 by Jason Zinoman

The Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan focuses on a near future with New York under martial law.

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Frankie Grande's Drops New Single 'Queen' Today & Shares Music Video by BroadwayWorld

Social media mogul with nearly 4 million followers across his platforms actor and co-host of Amazon.com's Style Code Live, FRANKIE GRANDE is honored to be premiering his new music video Quee…

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Tony Awards Close-Up: It's All About the Pink for WAR PAINT's Christine Ebersole! by BroadwayWorld TV

It's been eleven years since two-time Tony winner Christine Ebersole has graced the Broadway stage in a musical. Now she's back and better than ever as cosmetics icon Elizabeth Arden in War …

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VIDEO: Join the Resistance! Broadway's Sarah Litzinger and Kate Reinders?Sing for Planned Parenthood by Stage Tube

Broadway's Sarah Litzinger and Kate ReindersA.K.A. TASTiSKANK just launched their new music video, 'We Are The Resistance' With the house voting to defund Planned Parenthood and 24 million A…

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Speeding Car Plows Into Pedestrians in Times Square; One Reported Killed, 13 Injured by BroadwayWorld

Gothamist.com reports that a speeding car has plowed into a crowd of pedestrians walking through New York's Times Square. According to sources, at least one person has been killed and 13 oth…

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THE ADDAMS FAMILY – Touring by Johnny Fox

These are the skeletons you want in your closet. In Addams Family Musical, Samantha Womack brings unexpected warmth to Morticia – is that a good thing? – and Cameron Blakeley’s Gomez, …

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Loveless — austere and powerful

Andrei Zvyagintsev’s follow-up to ‘Leviathan’ is a heart-rending tale of an unloved child

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Theater News: Signature Theatre Offers World of the Play Discussion in Conjunction With Venus

Body/Image: Creating and Maintaining Intersectionality in Art is the subject on the table.

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Photo Flash: Ari McKay Wilford and Nicholas Edwards Rock in New Jesus Christ Superstar Photos

Joe Calarco directs the production at Signature Theatre.

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Theater News: Molly Ringwald, Amy Spanger, and More Set to Perform at Keen Company Gala

The event will honor Victoria Leacock Hoffman, long-time collaborator of Jonathan Larson and original producer of Tick, Tick... BOOM!

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Wonderstruck — soufflé-light

Directed by Todd Haynes, this is a sweet and likeable drama about two runaways

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Adam Ant, Royal Albert Hall, London — cherishable

The singer has embraced his past with a show that comprises only singles and B-sides

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BWW Review: TEETH 'N' SMILES, Stockwell Playhouse by Gary Naylor

Teeth 'n' Smiles is an early work by Sir David Hare, tracking a punk band's disastrous night playing Jesus College Cambridge's 1978 May Ball.

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Hello, Dolly! Headliner Bette Midler Will Appear on CBS Sunday Morning by Playbill Staff

The news program recently featured fellow 2017 Tony nominees Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole.

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Spamilton by David Kaufman

Chris Anthony Giles, Nicholas Edwards, Dan Rosales, Juwan Crawley and Nora Schell (original cast) in a scene from “Spamiliton” (Photo credit: Carol Rosegg) David Kaufman, Critic Though i…

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Controversial E4 Stage School series to return for second series by Tim Bano

E4 drama series Stage School has been commissioned for a second series, Channel 4 has confirmed. The first series of the scripted

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Film News: Speech & Debate Film Releases New Artwork

Stephen Karam's teen comedy can now be viewed from the comfort of your own home.

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Your official guide to Pittsburgh's festivals, concerts and events by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Post-Gazette’s Summer Times 2017 edition is your guide for everything you need to see and do around Pittsburgh this season. Have a great summer!

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Matthew Perry's THE END OF LONGING Begins Previews Tonight at MCC Theater by BroadwayWorld

Previews begin tonight forMCC Theater'sAmerican Premiere ofThe End of Longing, a new play written by and starring 'Friends' star Matthew Perry in his NYC playwriting and stage acting debuts.…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Michael Urie and More in Red Bull's THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR by BroadwayWorld

Red Bull Theater presents their next mainstage production The Government Inspector, directed by Mr. Berger, which will open Off-Broadway at The Duke on 42nd Street 229 West 42nd Street, betw…

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Photo Flash: Find Your Voice! SPEECH & DEBATE Film Unveils New Poster by BroadwayWorld

Sycamore Pictures Begin Again, The Hollars, The Way Way Back has just revealed new artwork for the hit teen comedy SPEECH amp DEBATE, which is now available for rental on iTunes for 3.99. Sc…

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Theatre News: Danny Mac to star in Sunset Boulevard

The singer will star as Joe Gillis in the upcoming UK and Ireland tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical

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Interviews: Emma Donoghue: 'Room is about the power of imagination, it belongs on stage'

The Academy Award-nominated writer talks to us about the stage adaptation of her novel, Room, currently playing at Theatre Royal Stratford East

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Features: 10 opera tunes you won't know that you know

Think you don't know your Verdi from your Puccini? Think again

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American Style: doodling while Rome burns

Torpid improvisation from Philip Glass and Laurie Anderson at the Barbican, London

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THIS IS NOT CULTURALLY SIGNIFICANT – The Bunker by Shanine Salmon

The audience can’t ignore the fact this show is performed naked but the nudity becomes a blank canvass as Rowley can move between characters without props or other limitations. This is a h…

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Theater News: Drew Gehling, Original Star of Broadway's Waitress, Set to Return

Sara Bareilles currently stars in her Tony-nominated musical.

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Frankie J. Grande Is Ready to Come Back to Broadway, But First… by Olivia Clement

The singer joins Playbill on this week’s episode of Playbill’s The Tyler Mount Vlog.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Frankie Grande Does My Makeup | THE TYLER MOUNT VLOG

Watch Broadway vet and internet personality Frankie J. Grande talk all things Elmo, Broadway, and makeup on today's episode.SUBSCRIBE TO THE TYLER MOUNT VLOGSUBSCRIBE TO FRANKIE GRANDE&…

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Tony Nominee Mary Beth Peil, Tony Sheldon, and More Set for Shaw’s Getting Married by Andrew Gans

David Staller will direct the reading as part of the Project Shaw series.

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Anastasia Tony Nominee Mary Beth Peil, Tony Sheldon, and More Set for Shaw’s Getting Married by Andrew Gans

David Staller will direct the reading as part of the Project Shaw series.

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Fassbinder’s Fear Eats the Soul gets US stage debut at Scena (review) by Tim Treanor

There are thirty-five characters in Scena Theatre’s production of Fear Eats the Soul, and thirteen actors to play them, but as it is a love story it is really only about two people. On…

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STRICTLY COME DANCING's Danny Mac to Star in SUNSET BOULEVARD on Tour by BroadwayWorld

Michael Harrison and David Ian have announced that Danny Mac is to star as Joe Gillis in the forthcoming UK and Ireland tour of Curve's production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's award-winning musi…

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Front Of House Staff Can Have A Big Impact On Theatre Access by Pippa Stacey

Ensuring that the arts are inclusive for all has never been more important, and the theatre community in particular has always been particularly supportive of marginalised groups. However, t…

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Matthew Perry’s The End of Longing Begins May 18 by Olivia Clement

The dark comedy, which played a hit run on the West End last year, arrives Off-Broadway in a production from MCC.

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Mary Testa and Michael Urie Star in The Government Inspector by Marc J. Franklin

The Red Bull Theater production, directed by Artistic Director Jesse Berger, began performances May 16.

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Theater News: New Drama Terezin, Written by J.R.R. Tolkien's Great-Grandson, Set for Run

The work will be produced at the Peter Jay Sharp Theater.

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Meet the Cast of Roundabout’s Napoli, Brooklyn by Hannah Vine

Jordyn DiNatale, Lilli Kay, and Elise Kibler star as three sisters in the coming-of-age story set in 1960s Park Slope.

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Danny Mac to star in Sunset Boulevard tour by Tim Bano

Danny Mac is to star in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical Sunset Boulevard when it tours the UK and Ireland later this year.

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Barbican announces new season focused on ‘change’ by Giverny Masso

A new commission from Tamasha Theatre and the return of Blak Whyte Gray by Boy Blue Entertainment have been announced as part

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Tories will continue ‘strong support for arts’ by Giverny Masso

The Conservative Party has promised more support for regional arts if it wins the general election. In its manifesto, released on May

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Barbican’s Real Quick programming aims to react to world events within a week by Giverny Masso

London’s Barbican Centre has introduced a new type of programming in response to the turbulent political climate. Real Quick is an experimental

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WATCH: Sunset Boulevard On Broadway

Three-time Tony Award-winner Glenn Close returns to Broadway in her most iconic role, Norma Desmond, in a new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Tony Award-winning Best Musical, Sunset…

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You Matter to Me! Drew Gehling Will Return to Broadway's Waitress by Broadway.com

Drew Gehling, who originated the role of Dr. Pomatter in Waitress, will return to the Broadway musical on June 27. Drew Gehling had taken a hiatus to play Joe Bradley in the new musical Roma…

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The Mentor, Starring F. Murray Abraham, Will Transfer to London's West End by Andy Lefkowitz

Laurence Boswell’s acclaimed production of Daniel Kehlmann’s The Mentor, starring Oscar winner and Broadway vet F. Murray Abraham, will have a West End run at London’s Vaud…

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Bright Star's Carmen Cusack and Jeff Blumenkrantz Reunite for NJ Concert by Robert Viagas

A chance to hear the two Tony nominees perform at “the birthplace of my love of musical theatre.”

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Hackney Empire to create east London walk of fame by Georgia Snow

A walk of fame celebrating east London’s cultural legacy is to be created at Hackney Empire. Barbara Windsor will be among the

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Maureen Lipman and Felicity Kendal excel in Lettice and Lovage at the Menier Chocolate Factory, London

Peter Shaffer’s play is a duel for two high-powered grande dame actresses

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James Corden to Return as Host of the GRAMMY AWARDS on CBS by TV News Desk

James Corden will return as host of THE GRAMMY AWARDS airing on CBS. The network announced the news their annual Upfront presentation held yesterday.

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BWW TV: Step in Time with the Cast of Paper Mill Playhouse's MARY POPPINS! by BroadwayWorld TV

Paper Mill Playhouse, recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award, will present the hit Broadway musical Mary Poppins based on the stories ofP.L. Traversand theWalt DisneyFilm with ori…

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The Doctor is In (Again)! Drew Gehling Will Return to WAITRESS This Summer by BroadwayWorld

The producers of the smash hit Broadway musical have announced that Drew Gehling will reprise the role he originated when he returns to the cast of Waitress on June 27, 2017 as Dr. Pomatter,…

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Josh Groban Leaves Big Shoes To Fill In The Tony-Nominated 'Great Comet' by Elizabeth Blair

For his role as Pierre, Groban had to be able to play the accordion while navigating multiple sets of stairs. His replacement, Okieriete Onaodowan, has about two months to master the instrum…

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Tony Watch: ‘Dear Evan Hansen’s Michael Greif On ‘Sensational’ Ben Platt And The Inner Lives Of Children by Jeremy Gerard

Four-time Tony nominee Michael Greif is the rare Broadway director whose art and life are inextricably knotted. Start in 1996 with the seismic event that was Rent, Jonathan Larson’s c…

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Drew Gehling Will Return to Broadway's Waitress by Ryan McPhee

The actor will reprise his performance as Dr. Pomatter, joining Betsy Wolfe in the Sara Bareilles musical.

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Theatre Royal Bath’s The Mentor to get West End transfer by Georgia Snow

The Mentor, starring F Murray Abraham, will transfer to the West End next month following a run in Bath. Daniel Kehlmann’s play

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Photo Flash: Meet the Stars of Meghan Kennedy's Napoli, Brooklyn

Gordon Edelstein directs the new play for Roundabout Theatre Company.

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Theater News: Broadway's 1984, Starring Olivia Wilde and More, Announces Digital Lottery

The entire front row of seats will be available via lottery for $19.84 each.

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Hard work lands them on the B Street stage

The B Street Theatre interns are some of the hardest-working people in show business during their 10-month internship. Monday, May 22, they take the stage for their seasonal showcase in R…

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AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – West End by Jonathan Baz

Long before the era of the modern day jukebox musical, Hollywood was already hard at work re-hashing classic George and Ira Gershwin numbers from the 20s and weaving them into Vincente Minne…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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First Look at New Musical The Boy Who Danced on Air by Hannah Vine

Jonathan Raviv and Troy Iwata reprise their roles from the world premiere in San Diego.

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All the Featured Actors Nominated for the 2017 Tony Awards by Hannah Vine

See all the actors who received nominations for their work in a featured role in a musical or play this season.

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VIDEO: 30 Days of TONY, Day 24: The Many Faces of Jefferson Mays by Stage Tube

Welcome to BroadwayWorld's Tony Award Countdown 30 Days of TONY, a loving look at some of the most memorable moments from Tony's history featuring today's nominees

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DVR Alert: HELLO, DOLLY!'s Bette Midler to Be Featured on CBS SUNDAY MORNING by BroadwayWorld

BWW has learned that CBS SUNDAY MORNING anchor Jane Pauley will sit down with legendary actress Bette Midler, now starring in the hit Broadway revival of HELLO DOLLY.

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Discusses Woody Allen's Only Musical and Spotify by Behind The Curtain

Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing …

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25 DAYS OF TONYS: Tony Nominee Jefferson Mays Says the Truth of Theatre Is in the Lie by Ruthie Fierberg

Nominated for his work in Lincoln Center’s Oslo, the actor shares how he reacted to the nomination news, the key to his honest performance, and what he loves most about the theatre.

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James Corden Will Again Host Grammy Awards by Olivia Clement

The Tony winner will return to host the award ceremony for another year.

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Stockard Channing Returns To The West End In Apologia by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Broadway and Hollywood star Stockard Channing is to return to the London stage this Summer to star in Apologia by Alexi Kaye Campbell directed by Jamie Lloyd. Apologia will r…

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Glenn Close Pens Apology for Missing Sunset Boulevard Performance on Mother’s Day by Andrew Gans

The three-time Tony winner posted a statement on her Facebook page.

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PHOTOS: Full gallery for world premiere of Mark Weinman’s DYL by Press Releases

DYL marks both the playwriting debut of actor Mark Weinman and the inaugural production for Clive Judd, the Old Red Lion's new artistic director. Have a look at photos from the production, w…

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The Arts on the Stamps of the World — May 18 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Colossal — a romcom that turns savage

Anne Hathaway stars in a film that’s weird, amazing and shocking

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Timely Stage Adaptation of 1984, Starring Tom Sturridge, Olivia Wilde & Reed Birney, Begins on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The 2017-2018 Broadway season kicks off with a new stage adaptation of George Orwell's seminal novel 1984, beginning performances on May 18 and opening on June 22 at the Hudson…

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War Paint's John Dossett on Rocking Medieval Underwear, Kevin Bacon & More by Broadway.com

War Paint's John Dossett stops by Broadway.com HQ for a round of Role Call!

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TodayTix Announces Lottery Tickets for Broadway's Highly Anticipated 1984 by BroadwayWorld

Mobile ticketing appTodayTixannounced today that it will offer a digital lottery for the highly-anticipated Broadway Premiere of George Orwell's1984starring TonyAward nomineeTom Sturridge,Ol…

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Drama League Directors Project Fellows by Leah Lane

Monday night, a kickoff dinner was held honoring the 2017 Directors Project fellows. The dinner took place at the home of Broadway producers and BroadwayHD co-founders Stewart F. Lane and Bo…

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Broadway Weekly Buying Guide, Presented by SeatGeek: May 18, 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Looking to buy last minute tickets to a Broadway show Don't know what to see Trying to find a theater

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The F. Murray Abraham-Led The Mentor Will Transfer to West End by Andrew Gans

The limited engagement will play London’s Vaudeville Theatre.

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110 IN THE SHADE – Ye Olde Rose and Crown by Jonathan Baz

Adapted by N. Richard Nash from his original play The Rainmaker, 110 In The Shade tells the story of Lizzie Curry, an intelligent lonely woman, living in a small town in the western USA that…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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An Interview with Michelle Wilson by Victoria Myers

We talk to Tony nominee Michelle Wilson about her process for "Sweat," audience conversations, development of new work, and more.

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Trump Tweets Displeasure Over Special Counsel Appointment by Jeremy Gerard

President Trump this morning took time out from preparations for his first foreign tour and a scheduled luncheon with network news anchors to alert the country via Twitter about the appointm…

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Digital Lottery Announced for Broadway’s 1984 by Andrew Gans

The Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan play begins performances May 18.

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, May 18, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Chris Henley’s night out at the Helen Hayes Awards by Christopher Henley

Awards shows are their own animal. Each iteration has its distinctive aspects, but, no matter how much they try to fight the basic formula, it’s hard to avoid similarities: acceptance spee…

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Views of the Helen Hayes Awards from Laura Giannarelli, who’s attended all 33. by Christopher Henley

Laura Giannarelli has been to each Helen Hayes Awards ceremony since the inception of the awards. As this is the 33rd annual, she’s heard “and the award goes to” many, many times. As i…

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Features: Let's Talk About Sets: Colin Richmond on Vice Versa

As Phil Porter's raucous new comedy based on Plautus' Roman comedies opens, designer Colin Richmond explains how he came to the '70s-esque Roman designs

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Winter Hill, Bolton Octagon, review: It feels like bad 1970s agitprop by Paul Vallely, Paul Vallely

The world premiere of Timberlake Wertenbaker's play about eight local women dealing with the consequences of a luxurious skyscraper hotel being built in Bolton feels too unbelievable

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How Tony Nominee Sam Gold Put A Doll’s House, Part 2 Up in a Matter of Weeks by Mark Peikert

Gold does directorial double duty with two iconic women this season.

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Eddie White: “I Thank You” by Trav S.D.

Eddie White (Michael Weintraub, 1898-1983) was born on May 18. White comes to the attention of modern buffs almost entirely from his 1928 Vitaphone short called I Thank You, after his oft-r…

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Doreen Montalvo Talks On Your Feet!, DJ Lin-Manuel Miranda, & Living the Dream in the Zen Den

On Your Feet! star Doreen Montalvo talks performing "Mi Tierra" on Broadway, continuing to fight for your dreams, and Lin-Manuel Miranda's wedding surprise.

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FANTASTIC MR FOX – Touring by Thom Dibdin

Fantastic Mr Fox is a musical for children based on the classic book by Roald Dahl. It is the same basic story as the book, but lots of things that Mr Fox does are not the same. It has been …

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Meet the world’s largest arena by Edward Bhesania

When opera was born, in Florence around 1600, no one could have imagined that it might develop from its intimate courtly origins

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Grange Festival director Michael Chance: ‘I have a new idea every day’ by Catherine Gerbrands

As the first artistic director of the Grange Festival, the world-renowned singer talks to Graham Rogers about what’s on offer in its

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Paris Fringe returns for a second year by Nick Awde

It was just a year ago that Paris Fringe made its small but perfectly formed debut, emerging from a seemingly zero budget

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MTI Acquires Rights to My Fair Lady, Camelot, Brigadoon, and More by Adam Hetrick

The acquisition also includes performance rights to Lerner and Loewe’s early work The Day Before Spring.

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - May 18, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 18 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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The Stage becomes media partner for Acting for Others by The Stage

Acting for Others is an umbrella organisation representing 15 individual theatrical charities – each with its own remit. Between them, they offer

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BWW Morning Brief May 18th, 2017 - END OF LONGING, New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news Matthew Perry's THE END OF LONGING begins at MCC Theater, while the New York Drama Critics' Circle honors OSLO and THE BAND'S VISIT tonight

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Review: Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at the Duke Of York’s Theatre by Lauren Mooney

As breakneck as the best night out, as wild as you wish you'd been, as tender as a bruise: Lauren Mooney - Exeunt's intrepid Bear Grylls - revels in the unabashed vibrancy of Lee Hall's accl…

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Stage plight: directors and designers on handling Britain's trickiest theatres by Matt Trueman

‘Inhumane’ proportions, nightmarish sightlines, minuscule playing space … Top theatre figures discuss the perils – and joys – of the Swan, Lyttelton, Wanamaker Playhouse and Royal …

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Flash Sale: 40% Off THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS Tickets by BroadwayWorld

Anticipated new musical THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS comes to theLondon Palladium next month. In our flash sale, you can findtickets for theWest End run from just 15 - book tickets here

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Review: Review: Richard III (Arcola Theatre)

Greg Hicks plays a snarling, dark Richard in Shakespeare's bloody play

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FROM DOWN UNDER: My Fair Lady by Simon Parris

While many a non-Disney musical can be lost in the mighty Regent Theatre, the perspective in Oliver Smith’s scenic designs is given room to breathe in the cavernous auditorium. For audienc…

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BWW TV: JOURNEY TO THE LION KING: Nathan Louis-Fernand Feels Unstoppable with Dance by BroadwayWorld TV

In a new inspirational video series, four performers joining the West End cast ofThe Lion Kingtalk the rehearsal process, pushing themselves above and beyond, and never giving up. In the thi…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: This Is Not Culturally Significant, Bunker Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Matthew Lunn

By Matthew Lunn This Is Not Culturally Significant is an arresting and thought provoking play, performed entirely in the nude by Adam Scott-Rowley. Once you get over this – and believe me,…

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Lettice and Lovage review – Lipman and Kendal join forces for farcical charades by Michael Billington

Menier Chocolate Factory, LondonMaureen Lipman’s brisk bureaucrat is a perfect complement to Felicity Kendal’s gutsy exhibitionist in a revival of Peter Shaffer’s heritage satireYou mi…

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Theatre News: The Mentor to transfer to the West End

F Murray Abraham will transfer with the show

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Interviews: Miranda Hart: 'I'm singing for the first time, but don't blame me if it goes wrong'

As she gears up to make her West End debut in Annie, Miranda Hart answers 20 questions about singing for the first time, her acting idols and returning to the stage

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MUSICALS SHARED WITH FRIENDS – Union Theatre by Jonathan Baz

Highlights from the evening were excerpts from The Wonderful Musician, two specific numbers from Gould’s most recent project performed by Hywel Dowsell and new graduate Danny Michaels. The…

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David Cerda and the hilarious, taste-free career behind his Non-Equity Jeff by Chris Jones

Before there was Hell in a Handbag Productions, there was Sweetcorn Playhouse in Andersonville, the 60-seat home of Sweetback Productions where a young man named David Cerda once frolicked i…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Kings Cross (Remix) review at Camden People’s Theatre, London – ‘evocative social history’ by Paul Vale

Performance artist Tom Marshman has devised theatre on a diverse range of subjects – but his work is always rooted in community

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Twitter’s Best Account Combines ‘Hamilton’ Lyrics With ‘Monsters, Inc’ by John Bonazzo

This parody account which combines the Broadway musical with Pixar is helping the show stay viral, even though the Ham4Ham shows are over.

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Schools must rank creativity alongside numeracy, says pressure group by Georgia Snow

Creativity should be put on a par with numeracy and literacy in schools if the UK is to thrive in the future,

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West End Transfer Announced for THE MENTOR - Starring F. Murray Abraham by BroadwayWorld

Theatre Royal Bath ProductionsandNica Burnsare delighted to announce thatLaurence Boswell's critically acclaimed production ofDaniel Kehlmann'sThe Mentorwill have a West End run at London's …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 06:42AM

BWW Review: A BRIMFUL OF ASHA, Tobacco Factory Theatres by Tim Wright

'Welcome to my home, well it's not actually my home but for tonight it is' says Asha Jain at the top of A Brimful of Asha. Asha and her son Ravi are inviting us to share an evening with them…

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Online network for performing arts training launches by Georgia Snow

A new directory bidding to be the go-to site for performing arts schools and teachers has launched online. The site, performingartstutor.com, gives

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Tori Scott: Plan B! by Sandi Durell

    By Monica Charline Brown   “New Show. New Stories. No F*cks.”   This marketing phrase pretty much sums up Tori Scott’s “Plan B!” at Joe’s Pub. Appearing r…

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NEWS: F Murray Abraham stars in The Mentor’s West End transfer, TICKETS ONSALE by Press Releases

Laurence Boswell's Theatre Royal Bath production of Daniel Kehlmann's THE MENTOR transfers to the West End, starring Hollywood's F Murray Abraham.

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BWW Review: LETTICE AND LOVAGE, Menier Chocolate Factory by Cindy Marcolina

Lettice Douffet Felicity Kendal, a tour guide at Fustian House, has inherited her mother's penchant for theatricality. This inclination leads her to filling the gaps in the boring history of…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 06:25AM

Restaurant Row & Times Square Alliance by Sandi Durell

Times Square Alliance unveiled visual Markers for Historic Restaurant Row, located on both corners of West 46th Street at Eighth Avenue and Ninth Avenue.  The two kiosks up the entry point…

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Lettice and Lovage starring Felicity Kendal and Maureen Lipman – review at Menier Chocolate Factory, London by Mark Shenton

Lettice and Lovage, a light, slight Peter Shaffer comedy from 1987,  was originally a star vehicle for two veteran actors: Maggie Smith

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Rebecca Johnson by Helen McWilliams

Break A Leg favourite, Rebecca Johnson is currently appearing in All Our Children at Jermyn Street Theatre and she took time out in between shows, to chat about her latest role in the five s…

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Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Thursday, May 18, 2017 by James Marino

Listen: “King Kong” is Coming to Broadway, Glenn Close Apologizes for Absence, and “Great Comet” Release New Ticket Block. “Today on Broadway” is a daily,…

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Review: Review: Manwatching (Royal Court)

A different comedian every night reads the script written by an anonymous woman in this show at the Royal Court

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Review: Review: Lettice and Lovage (Menier Chocolate Factory)

Maureen Lipman and Felicity Kendal star in Peter Shaffer's odd play

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‘Churchill’ at City Cinemas Cinemas 123, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Churchill” will be screened at City Cinemas Cinemas 123 in New York from June 2, 2017.Written by Alex von Tunzelmann and directed by Jonathan Teplitzky, “Churchill” is an intimate p…

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Critics are raving about...Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour

This week saw the raucous, riotous OUR LADIES OF PERPETUAL SUCCOUR rock its way back onto the London stage for its West End opening night at the Duke Of York's Theatre. The Olivier Award win…

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Review: Dyl at the Old Red Lion by Fergus Morgan

The baby and the bath water and the whole, cast-iron bath: Fergus Morgan reviews a slightly overwrought production of Mark Weinman's debut play. The post Review: Dyl at the Old Red Lion appe…

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Antony Feeny: Will country-house opera’s champagne image survive Brexit? by Antony Feeny

Country-house opera: a small but critical part of the operatic economy, staging creative productions and innovative repertoire while offering career opportunities for

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Royal Opera’s Oliver Mears: ‘I used to hold meetings in the car’ by George Hall

Six weeks ago, Oliver Mears took over the post of director of opera at the Royal Opera House – the most important

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The Editor’s View: Culture wars rage on in our opera houses by Alistair Smith

Our opera special arrives this week, riding on the coat tails of a small controversy. Exeunt, a website that specialises in experimental

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How pop-ups are making opera more accessible than ever by Inge Kjemtrup

An aircraft hangar in Liverpool, a room at an Islington pub, a warehouse in Hackney, the space below a canal bridge in

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WATCH: Judy! comes to the West End - watch these #BehindTheScenes videos

Life on the yellow brick road wasn't always easy for the legendary actress and singer Judy Garland, but it was certainly exciting! Opening tonight on the West End, JUDY! follows the story of…

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‘Martha & Niki’ at BAM, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Martha & Niki” will be screened at BAM in New York on May 27, 2017.Directed by Tora Mkandawire Mårtens, Martha & Nikki is a 2016 documentary about the first-ever female champio…

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‘The Sound of Music’ at Ed Mirvish Theatre, Toronto by Blouin Artinfo

Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto presents “The Sound of Music” from June 6 through June 11, 2017.Three-time Tony Award® winner director Jack O’Brien will be presenting a brand new produc…

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‘Good Morning’ at The Metrograph, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Good Morning” will be screened at The Metrograph in New York on May 27 and May 28, 2017.Screened as part of the “Ozu in Color” series, this 1959 film by Yasujiro Ozu, brilliantly co…

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‘Three Lives and Only One Death’ at Film Society of Lincoln Center, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Three Lives and Only One Death” will be screened at the Film Society of Lincoln Center in New York on May 29 and May 30, 2017.This peculiar 1996 film by Raúl Ruiz, draws from stories b…

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Curve’s Adrian Mole musical comes to the Menier by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon A new production of Sue Townsend’s The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole Aged 13 ¾ – The Musical is to be staged at London’s Menier Chocolate Factory in association with Curv…

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‘Hand to God’ at Arts Club Theatre Company, Vancouver by Blouin Artinfo

“Hand to God” will be staged at the Arts Club Theatre Company in Vancouver from May 25 through June 25, 2017.In suburban Texas, three troubled teenagers meet every week in a church basem…

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‘Barbados on the Water Festival: Kellie Cadogan’ at Harbourfront Center, Toronto by Blouin Artinfo

“Barbados on the Water Festival: Kellie Cadogan” will be performing at the Harbourfront Center in Toronto from May 26 through May 28, 2017.Kellie Cadogan is a renowned Jazz singer who re…

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Arkells at Budweiser Stage, Toronto, Canada by Blouin Artinfo

Budweiser Stage in Toronto presents live performance of the Canadian rock band Arkells on June 24, 2017.Canadian indie rock band Arkells emerged in 2008 with their debut album ‘Jackson Squ…

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Jack Johnson at Budweiser Stage, Toronto, Canada by Blouin Artinfo

Budweiser Stage in Toronto presents live performance of the American singer and songwriter Jack Johnson on June 4, 2017.Discovered by fellow singer, songwriter and surfer Ben Harper, Jack Jo…

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Fleet Foxes at Massey Hall, Toronto, Canada by Blouin Artinfo

Massey Hall in Toronto presents live performance of the American indie folk band Fleet Foxes on August 4, 2017.On June 16, Fleet Foxes will release “Crack-Up” (Nonesuch Records), its lon…

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Top 5 theatre jobs and auditions of the week – The Phantom of the Opera auditions and Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts (May 17) by The Stage

This week’s top theatre vacancies on The Stage Jobs includes auditions for The Phantom of the Opera in the West End, head of

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Venus

Venus Off Broadway, Signature Theatre Company Reviewed by Maria Paz Alegre BOTTOM LINE: Come one, come all! The true story of the "Venus Hottentot," the woman who will make your heart race…

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‘Bayadère - The Ninth Life’ at Sadler’s Wells, London by Blouin Artinfo

Sadler’s Wells, London will be hosting performances of the brilliant “Bayadère - The Ninth Life,” created by Shobana Jeyasingh Dance, on October 16 and October 17, 2017.Shobana Jeyasi…

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Acosta Danza at Sadler’s Wells, London by Blouin Artinfo

Acosta Danza, international dance icon Carlos Acosta’s newly formed company, will be making its debut at Sadler’s Wells, London with performances scheduled from September 27 through Sept…

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‘Scharoun Ensemble Berlin and Emmanuel Pahud’ at Berliner Philharmoniker by Blouin Artinfo

Berliner Philharmoniker, Berlin presents “Scharoun Ensemble Berlin and Emmanuel Pahud,” a chamber music concert on June 22, 2017 at 8 pm.The chamber music concert will feature Scharoun E…

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‘Harvey, Posadas, Vivier’ at Maison de la Radio, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Maison de la Radio, Paris presents “Harvey, Posadas, Vivier,” a symphonic concert on June 23, 2017 at 8 pm.The concert is a part of the festival ManiFeste 2017 and will feature Twyla Rob…

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‘Calle Tentacion’ at L’Entrepôt, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

L’Entrepôt, Paris presents “Calle Tentacion”, a sound Cuban/cha cha cha/bolero cumbia/salsa concert on June 2, 2017 at 9.30 pm.The multi-genre concert will feature Calle Tentacion, a …

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‘Swing Party: Cynthia Queenton and The Swingers’ at L’Entrepôt, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

L’Entrepôt, Paris presents “Swing Party: Cynthia Queenton and The Swingers,” a swing/lindy hop concert on May 27, 2017 at 9.30 pm.The concert will feature Franco-Maltese artist Cynthi…

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Richard Jordan: It’s crucial that traditional circus isn’t lost for good by Richard Jordan

On May 21, after 146 years, the legendary Ringling Bros Barnum and Bailey circus will pack up for good and with it

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The Gabriels playwright Richard Nelson: ‘I was still writing at 4.30pm on opening night’ by Mark Shenton

In an active playwrighting career spanning more than 40 years and 40 original plays or adaptations (most notably of Chekhov), Richard Nelson

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Matt Trueman: Video archives risk losing as much as they find by Matt Trueman

Daniel Craig stands up to Michael Gambon: a tough, tousled young man in a white T-shirt. His face isn’t the same one

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High-spending art investors defy market anxiety

Price records set for Twombly and three other artists at Christie’s New York sale

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How Billy Ray Cyrus Feels About Miley & Noah’s Success by Young Hollywood

How Billy Ray Cyrus Feels About Miley & Noah’s Success A true legend descends upon the YH Studio, as none other than Billy Ray Cyrus pays us a visit to treat us to a live acoustic version …

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MEET THE NOMINEES: Brandon Uranowitz

The American Theatre Wing’s 71st Annual Tony Awards, hosted by Tony and Academy Award-winning actor Kevin Spacey, will air live from Radio City Music Hall on the CBS Television Network…

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25 DAYS OF TONYS: Irene Sankoff and David Hein

Nominated for The Tony Award for Best Original Score and Book of a Musical for their work for the Best Musical nominee Come From Away, Irene Sankoff and David Hein give us a glimpse into the…

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My Fair Lady by Arts Review

In its 60th anniversary production, My Fair Lady has opened in Melbourne at the Regent Theatre after a successful opening at the Sydney Opera House, directed by the one of the most loved an…

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T.B. Sheets by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

The opening resembles that of Mann’s novel: a horse and buggy deliver a visitor to a tuberculosis sanitarium on a mountain top overlooking a valley, suggesting that the unspecified time is…

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John Lloyd Young, Lindsay Mendez, and More Coming to Feinstein’s/54 Below May 18–25 by Robert Viagas

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Rachel Bloom, Shaina Taub, and Molly Pope Coming to Joe’s Pub May 18–25 by Robert Viagas

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Transitions Film Festival returns to Adelaide by Arts Review

The Transitions Film Festival returns to Adelaide this May with a powerful line-up of cutting-edge documentaries about the existential challenges, mega-trends, game-changing technologies, an…

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25 DAYS OF TONYS: How Come From Away Balances Facts and Emotion by Ruthie Fierberg

Tony-nominated writers Irene Sankoff and David Hein created a story and songs found the specific in the historical.

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Broadway’s 1984 Begins Performances by Ryan McPhee

The production, marking the first production of the 2017–2018 season, will officially open June 22.

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Where Should You Sit to See Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812? by Playbill Staff

With a different view from every angle, here’s your guide to picking the best seat for the experience you want.

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A blockbuster summer theater season is ready to kick-off by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The summer theater season has a blockbuster kick-off thanks to the five-time Tony Award-winning musical “An American in Paris” and the heavenly comedy “An Act of God.”

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Attack Theatre showcases rising stars in 'The Next Stop' by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

From the start, Attack Theatre has always been the face of founders Michele de la Reza and Peter Kope, with substantial help from their dancers, of course. Now, for the first time since Atta…

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EQT Children’s Festival takes a worldly approach by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh Cultural District will be transformed into a family-friendly wonderland Thursday through Sunday for the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust’s EQT Children’s Festival. The 31st annua…

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Stage preview: Hopeful musical 'Violet' is in bloom on the North Side by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The musical “Violet” is about with a disfiguring scar, but don’t expect to see one when Elizabeth Boyke stars as the courageous optimistic heroine for Front Porch Theatricals.

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A Postcard from The StepCrew's Cara Butler about the Step Dancing Show at On Stage At Kingsborough on May 20 by The Dance Enthusiast

In A Postcard from The StepCrew's Cara Butler about the Step Dancing Show at On Stage At Kingsborough on May 20, the ensemble will perform Irish step dancing, tap and a rare, unique Canadi…

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In This Solo Show, Movement Makes the Monologue - Why director Rachel O'Riordan took a physical approach to 'Iphigenia in Splott'

Why director Rachel O'Riordan took a physical approach to Iphigenia in Splott---At times, the solo show genre can feel old hat. Yet every now and then, a director comes along with a knack fo…

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