Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Fringe Review: ‘The Regulars’ at Logan Fringe Arts Space by John Connor Buckley

In INC Productions’ Capital Fringe debut, co-writers Sherrita Wilkins and Chinwe Nwosu and director Bryanda Minix take us out for a night on the town and into the world of DC dating in …

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Fans say goodbye to Academy Award winner, ‘class act’ Martin Landau

Fans are mourning the loss of a longtime actor. The Associated Press reports that Martin Landau died Saturday in Los Angeles. The Oscar winner was 89. Landau was best known … Click to …

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Review: What the Singing Dead Remember in ‘Spoon River’ by Ben Brantley

This exuberant musical out of Toronto, adapted from the poems by Edgar Lee Masters, presents an all-souls hootenanny.

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Review: ‘Hairspray’ at Fredericktowne Players by Rick Weldon

A transformation is underway in Frederick Maryland’s local theater community. Nowhere is that more evident than inside the JBK Theater, watching the Fredericktowne Players (FtP) latest pro…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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SHIT by Arts Review

Following a sell-out season at the 2017 Sydney Festival, Patricia Cornelius’ compelling, raw and powerful play, SHIT will take to the stage in an exclusive return season at The Seymour…

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Review: ‘The Gun Show’ at 1st Stage by John Stoltenberg

Among the issues polarizing America (and degrading public discourse) is the hot-button question of what to do about guns. Proponents of positions right and left talk past each other. Both ca…

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Full cast announced for Melba at the Hayes by Press Release

Rehearsals for Melba A New Australian Musical developed through New Musicals Australia, commence Monday 17th of July Starring Emma Matthews, Melba will play Hayes Theatre Co from August 11 …

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Review: ‘Alligator Pie’ at Soulpepper on 42nd Street by Deb Miller

Adapted from the verses of beloved children’s book author and poet Dennis Lee – known to generations of fans as “Canada’s Father Goose” – Soulpepper Theatre Company’s ensem…

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In ‘Lela & Co.,’ a harrowing look at one victim of war by Hedy Weiss

As you enter Steep Theatre you instantly become part of designer Joe Schermoly's genteel living room set.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Cage’ at Soulpepper on 42nd Street by Deb Miller

The avant-garde work and Zen convictions of 20th-century American composer John Cage are the inspiration for Soulpepper Theatre Company’s ensemble-devised piece Cage, performed in this mo…

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Think Before You Holla’ by Julia Hurley

Ally Theatre Company’s second-ever production is radically different from the first, Miz Martha Washington, a darkly comedic historical play. Conceived and directed by Taylor Reynolds from…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 09:53PM

Me & Ella Through the Eyes of Andrea Frierson by Sandi Durell

    By Sandi Durell     We are each inspired by others who allow us to dream. Ella was that great inspiration to Andrea Frierson – book writer and performer in Me and E…

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Fringe Review: ‘The Blind’ by the Wheel Theatre Company at the Eastman Studio Theatre – Gallaudet University by Brittney Allen

“The Blind,” written by Belgian Nobel Laureate Maurice Maeterlinck is a thought-provoking production that tells the story of eight individuals who, against all odds, have banded together…

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My Lack of a Social Life (Capital Fringe review) by Guest Writer

Douglas Stafford is a very talented juggler. If that is an interest of yours, if you like juggling, and you’ve got an hour, then you may like this show. Stafford is pretty good as a magici…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Couple gets engaged at Garth Brooks concert. He offers to pay for the honeymoon

Country music superstar Garth Brooks rocked a concert Saturday in Oklahoma City, but two concertgoers truly stole the show. While Brooks played the song “Unanswered Prayers” on stage, a …

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Theatre Review: ‘Cabaret’ at the Kennedy Center by Brian Bochicchio

Two words come to mind when describing the experience of the musical “Cabaret.” Entertaining. Unsettling. The intertwining of both at a high level is what launches the show to it…

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For Syrian Actors, a Maddening Road to America by Somini Sengupta

The cast and crew of a Syrian play to be performed at Lincoln Center are scattered across the world, so just getting to the United States was a dramatic ordeal.

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Theatre Review: ‘The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee’ at McLean Community Players by Jeannette Mulherin

In this witty and entertaining production of “The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee,” quirky contestants, parents, and spelling aficionados alike converge at the Bee, each with hopes, drea…

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Fitzroy High School tackles a classic: Dr Faustus by Matt Edwards

A small public school in the inner north of Melbourne, Fitzroy High School is known for it’s eclectic and diverse student body, as well as providing this body with a range of different art…

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A Tale of Two Cities, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre review - it was the longest of times by Susan Sheahan

Dickens adaptation succumbs to the didacticMuch loved, yes. But Dickens’s novel is probably little read by modern audiences and so a chance to see a new adaptation of this tale of disconte…

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Review: ‘The Lion in Winter’ at 4615 Theatre Company, Performing at The Highwood Theatre by Susan Brall

The Lion in Winter, written by James Goldman and directed by Jordan Friend, opened this weekend at The Highwood Theatre in Silver Spring; it is being performed in repertory with King John. T…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 08:00PM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Harvard theater school to go on ‘three-year hiatus’ - The Boston Globe by Malcolm Gay

Harvard University’s struggling ART Institute, a graduate-level theater training program housed within the American Repertory Theater, has announced that it is suspending admissions for th…

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Numesthesia (Capital Fringe review) by John Bavoso

“Torture numbers,” author Gregg Easterbrook once wrote, “and they’ll confess to anything.” David S. Kessler, a masterful storyteller aided by onstage musicians and projections in h…

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Applications now open for Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund by Arts Review

Independent artists planning to present work in the 2018 Adelaide Fringe can now apply for financial assistance through the Adelaide Fringe Artist Fund. This year, the Adelaide Fringe Artist…

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Matt-aphorically Speaking – A Dyslexic Guide to Dating, Love and Everything In Twebeen by Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

Written and performed by Matthew Dear (graduate from the 2016 Griffith Conservatorium of Music’s Musical Theatre programme), Matt-aphorically Speaking is part-cabaret, part-lecture, about …

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Gift Theatre’s 2018 season to include David Rabe play and more by Hedy Weiss

The season will include the Midwest debut of David Rabe's "Cosmologies" and Stacy Amma Osei-Kuffour's "Hang Man."

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Numesthesia’ by Guest Author

“Torture numbers,” author Gregg Easterbrook once wrote, “and they’ll confess to anything.” David S. Kessler, a masterful storyteller aided by onstage musicians and projections in h…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 07:00PM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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On Barbara Stanwyck: Babs of Broadway, Burlesque and the Big Valley by Trav S.D.

Barbara Stanwyck (Ruby Stevens, 1907-1990) is a July 16 baby. I’ve done many smaller articles about her various films as well as a book review  — high time for a full proper pos…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Martin Denton, Martin Denton,’ Off Off Broadway Hagiography by Elisabeth Vincentelli

This Chris Harcum play tells how a theater enthusiast funneled his passions.

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Robin Williams, the Genie, and the Power We Give White Men by Melissahillman

When I was young, I was so impressed by Robin Williams. He was the fey-touched improv golden boy, America’s trickster demigod, the wisest of all wise fools. I held him in a kind of awe…

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Review: ‘Hi, Hitler’ and Other Tales From a Lively Household by Neil Genzlinger

In her one-woman show, Lucie Pohl incarnates a wide range of characters as she tells of her lifelong search for identity.

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VIDEO: There's a War Going on Out There in Westeros! GREAT COMET Covers GAME OF THRONES Theme by Stage Tube

The Imperial is no stranger to accomplished musicians, but it's no doubt that GREAT COMET has brought a whole new level of musical genius to the stage. The latest in a long line of artistic …

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Monty Python’s SPAMALOT’ at Rockville Musical Theatre by Bev Fleisher

Top notch performers, frequent laughter, applause, audience sing-alongs, and an all-in standing hymn recital characterized a night at Rockville Musical Theatre’s production of Monty Python…

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Gero still rules as Scalia in ‘The Originalist’ by Nelson Pressley

John Strand’s hit comic drama returns to Arena Stage.

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She's a Girl, Girls Are Cool - Jodie Whittaker Named Thirteenth Doctor by BroadwayWorld

The regeneration is complete, and this time the Doctor is bringing some girl power to space and time. Jodie Whittaker has just been revealed as the Thirteenth Doctor on the BBC's epic sci-fi…

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BWW TV: SPOON RIVER Brings Life to Broadway in Bryant Park! by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below as the company of Soulpepper's Spoon River performs a medley of songs from the show

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Pam Ann review – 'Comedy of casual smut and insult' by Brian Logan

Leicester Square theatreHer misanthropic nymphomaniac shtick may be purposefully provocative, but Pam Ann's lewd talk, Asian accents and airline industry stereotypes make for deadening humou…

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Review: ‘Teresa’ at Seventh Street Playhouse by Vanessa Berben

Now playing at Greenbelt Arts Center (GAC), Seventh Street Playhouse’s Teresa is a thought-provoking, historical dramedy written by Anthony Ernest Gallo and inspired by the life of Saint T…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 03:20PM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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New Musical Festival (NYMF)– Report # 1: Adapting Classic Novels by Rob Lester

Adapting a lengthy novel as a musical has its challenges — especially if, like The Time Machine and The Picture of Dorian Gray, the work is sprawling, classic, beloved… And you’re unli…

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'New Dances' is end of the beginning, the final performance for Thodos Dance by Lauren Warnecke

Thodos Dance Chicago's performance in the "Made in Chicago" series at the Auditorium Theatre in March marked the end of the group's run as an ensemble company, after artistic director Meliss…

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘My Lack of a Social Life’ by Mike Bevel

Douglas Stafford is a very talented juggler. If that is an interest of yours, if you like juggling, and you’ve got an hour, then you may like this show. Stafford is pretty good as a magici…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 02:29PM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Parrotheads converge on Wrigley for Buffett love by Rebecca Aydin , Chris Jones

"A parrot, a shark and a cheeseburger walk into Wrigley Field" may sound like the beginning of a bad bar joke, but in reality it refers to just a few of the Parrothead characters who made th…

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Coming Attractions: July 16 through August 1 — What Will Light Your Fire by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual arts, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.

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Mission Accomplished! OSLO Takes its Final Broadway Bow Today by Stephanie Wild

Today, July 16,Oslo concludes its Broadway run after an extension on its limited engagement at the Lincoln Center Theatre.Take a look at the show's journey on Broadway below

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Spotlight On...Johnny Walsh, Qais Essar, and Marina McClure by Michael Block

Name:Johnny Walsh, Composer & LyricistQais Essar, Co-composerMarina McClure, DirectorHometown:JW: Washington, DCQE: Phoenix, AZMM: Brooklyn, NYEducation:JW: MA in Near & Middle Easte…

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Antigone in Ferguson. Uma! Euan! Emmy! Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

“I am a foolish man…I am crushed, I have been crushed by fate,” cried out Reg E. Cathey as King Creon, at a climactic moment in  the free Saturday performance of “An…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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The Musical (Non-Lyrical) Brilliance of Hamilton's Hip-Hop Vernacular by Abigail@howlround.com (avega)

By Howard Ho. Howard Ho breaks down the genius of Hamilton’s music and tracks how it follows musical theatre tradition.

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Parrotheads converge on Wrigley for Buffett love by Chris Jones

"A parrot, a shark and a cheeseburger walk into Wrigley Field" may sound like the beginning of a bad bar joke, but in reality it refers to just a few of the Parrothead characters who made th…

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King John (review) by Tim Treanor

Four hundred years ago, William Shakespeare wrote a play about a King four hundred years before him, and thus in King John we are thrust into a barely imaginable past, before the invention o…

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 12:12PM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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See Patti LuPone, Christine Ebersole, and Scott Frankel Celebrate Release of War Paint Cast Recording by Marc J. Franklin

The event, a conversation between the show’s stars and composer, gave audience members a behind-the-scenes glimpse at the creation of the show.

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This Week on Broadway for July 16, 2017: Joshua Ellis, Assassins by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk with Joshua Ellis about his upcoming show, “Call My Publicist – the Starry Education of a Broadway Press Agent.” We r…

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Latitude Festival — from Mumford & Sons singalong to 1975 swagger

The headliners led an eclectic mix of energetic world music acts, laid-back retro rockers and crowd-pulling electro-poppers

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Performing arts at Latitude: frank talk and flipped genders

Explorations of self and sexual politics were among the theatre highlights this year

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Review: Encores! Assassins at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

a here today-gone in 4 days revival of Sondheim's chilling yet thrilling killer show buoyed by a killer cast

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Upcoming Non-Equity Auditions Sunday, Jul. 16 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Non-Equity Auditions from Sunday, July 16, 2017 for productions in your area and around the country.

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VIDEO: Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole Talk Espionage and Camaraderie in WAR PAINT by Stage Tube

Ghostlight Records celebrated the Original Broadway Cast Recording of the new musical WAR PAINT with a special event at Barnes amp Noble. Stars Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole were featu…

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VIDEO: Gonzalez and Iglehart Channel Their Inner Audra McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell by BroadwayWorld

Hamilton's Mandy Gonzalez and James M. Iglehart know how to make the most out of an intermission. Watch as the pair takes on Ragtime's'Wheels of a Dream' with impressive finesse

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The Muny's ALL SHOOK UP Star Caroline Bowman Takes Over BroadwayWorld's Instagram Today by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is excited to announce thatBroadway star Caroline Bowman will be taking us behind the scenes at The Muny's thrilling new production of ALL SHOOK UP

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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Jul. 16 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, July 16, 2017 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — July 16 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Theater Review: At the Shaw Festival — An Exquisite “Saint Joan” by Arts Fuse Editor

In this superb production, George Bernard Shaw's version of Wonder Woman is far from a comic book savior.

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Letter: Heathcote Williams obituary by Jan Woolf

I met Heathcote Williams through the No Glory in War campaign and got to know his wit, insights and impeccable manners through a few high teas at his home in Oxford. Although he fused art an…

Linked From The Guardian at 11:04AM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Superhero, Southwark Playhouse by Dan Rubins

The Southwark Playhouse has had an excellent, eclectic season so far, with shows ranging from a thrilling production of conjoined twins musical Side Show, the brilliant dive into the 17th-ce…

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The Moylan Sisters: The Angels of the Airwaves by Trav S.D.

July 16 was the birthday of Marianne Moylan (1930-90). Along with her sister Peggy Joan (1932-2002), she was part of the kiddie act The Moylan Sisters. All of 7 and 5 when they made their de…

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BWW TV: There's No Way You Can Stop... SCHOOL OF ROCK at Bryant Park! by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below as Jonathan Wagnerand the cast of School of Rockperform 'When I Climb to the Top of Mount Rock' and 'Stick It to the Man.'

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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There Ain’t No More (Capital Fringe review) by Guest Writer

Willie Carlisle is an astonishing performer, and if I were only reviewing his performance of mountain folk music, I’d recommend this show with the entirety of my full heart. Guitar, banjo,…

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 09:48AM

Matthew McConaughey vs. The Devil by Sandi Durell

  by Adam Cohen   Before the show, Matthew McConaughey vs. The Devil, you face the underbelly of Hollywood – literally with James Fenton’s back of the famed Hollywood sign – …

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Proms with a sense of purpose at the Royal Albert Hall, London

This year’s season kicked off with Beethoven, Adams — and a politically pointed encore

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The Finkel Brothers – Two Hot Commodities by Sandi Durell

      By Sandi Durell       The Metropolitan Room was abuzz and filled with fans of the renowned Finkel Brothers – Ian and Elliot – sons of the famous Fyvus…

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2017 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Changeling Child’ by Guest Author

A marketing company might have taken The Coil Project’s The Changeling Child and instead titled it A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Next Generation.  That title better conveys the s…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - July 16, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 16 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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The Changeling Child (Capital Fringe review) by Steven McKnight

A marketing company might have taken The Coil Project’s The Changeling Child and instead titled it A Midsummer Night’s Dream – The Next Generation.  That title better conveys the subs…

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Help Me, Wanda! by Guest Writer

Toni Rae Salmi is an actor seen frequently on DC stages, most recently “enjoyably grand” in Perfect Arrangement at Source Festival. In Help Me, Wanda!, she belts out a rockin&…

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 08:36AM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Sheryl Lee Ralph: A Diva Simply Singing! At Metropolitan Room July 30th by Nitelifeexchange

On Sunday, July 30 at 7:00 PM, Sheryl Lee Ralph will perform a benefit concert for her Diva Foundation to celebrate it 28 years of committed community HIV/AIDS awareness and to raise money t…

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War Paint: The Original Broadway Cast Recording….A Review by Larry Myers

Analagous to Dolly’s matchmaking prowess is this season’s Machiavellian make-up maneuvers and manipulations of Patti LuPone as Helena Rubenstein and Christine Ebersole as Elizabeth Arde…

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BWW Review: VOICES OF THE AMAZON, Latitude Festival by Rona Kelly

What an introduction to Latitude entering a world unlike anything you've seen or heard before. And I'm not even talking about the Faraway Forest. From Sister's Grimm, Voices of the Amazon im…

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NEWS: National Youth Theatre to Present First East End Season this Summer by Emma Clarendon

The National Youth Theatre are set to present five plays as part of its ‘East End’ season at the Arcola Theatre, The Yard Theatre and Wilton’s Music Hall.

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Mitridate, re di Ponto, Royal Opera House by Dan Rubins

At the Royal Opera House’s Saturday evening performance of Mozart’s opera seria, Mitridate, re di Ponto, two parallel tales of young artists who are suddenly thrust into the spotlight co…

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Quizzes: Test your theatre knowledge: Comedians on stage

Fiddler on the Roof comes to Chichester Festival Theatre from 18 July, starring Omid Djalili, but which other comedians have made the move from stand-up to treading the boards?

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YANK! – Charing Cross Theatre by Johnny Fox

A ‘Privates on Parade’ for the war in the Pacific, YANK! is everything you don’t expect from the cheesy title – a cleverly-constructed and original musical about illicit gay love whi…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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MUMBURGER, Old Red Lion by Daniel Perks

Tiffany (Rosie Wyatt) seems very logical about death – who knew it would be so complicated? Funeral arrangements, wills, certificates; the Google spreadsheet goes on and on. She’s not ok…

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Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Critics loved The Ferryman. But I’m from Northern Ireland, and it doesn’t ring true by Sean O'Hagan

Jez Butterworth’s hit play about the ‘disappeared’ of the Troubles fails to capture the complexities of that period of history. Then there’s the cliches…Early in the summer of 1981…

Linked From The Guardian at 04:54AM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Who knew sex and celebs sell papers? The Sun’s Larry Lamb worked it out by Peter Preston

When the new Sun editor pushed circulation above the Mirror’s in the early 1970s, it was not by dragging the press into the mud but by responding to readers’ hopes and interestsHow do yo…

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Queen Anne review – beware the Duchess of Marlborough by Susan Sheahan

Romola Garai is the scheming, glamorous Sarah Churchil in Helen Edmundson’s absorbing but uneven study of 18th-century intrigueThe RSC’s Queen Anne offers no end of unflattering reflecti…

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Boris Charmatz’s 10,000 Gestures: pushing forward, one step at a time by Sarah Crompton

Boris Charmatz’s blistering new work is, he says, like life – a blizzard of unique moves, never repeatedIt’s the idea of dance, the thought behind movement that most fascinates th…

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Cotton Panic! review – a story of solidarity that deserves better by Clare Brennan

Upper Campfield Market Hall, ManchesterJane Horrocks stars in a collage of song, history and drama whose most powerful presences are its stage projections“Can you help me a bit?” A spotl…

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Manchester international festival theatre roundup – emotion socks you in the face by Susannah Clapp

Museum of Science and Technology; Royal Exchange; Home; Mayfield, Manchester A captive audience is ruffled in immersive refugee drama The Welcoming Party. Elsewhere, powerful tales of sons a…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:12AM
Sunday, July 16, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Special Reports: 9 Summer Shows for Kids and Kids-at-Heart

These productions offer major entertainment for minors.

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Review: ‘Spider’s Web’ at Princeton Summer Theater by Tim Dunleavy

Spider’s Web ends with the unmasking of a murderer, and it starts with… a taste test. In this play’s opening moments, two veddy proper, blindfold-wearing English gentlemen drink glass…

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Trump Lear by Joel Benjamin

"Trump Lear" turns out to be a gem, a brilliant gem with many facets that shine an intensely comic light on Trump. It’s a brutally honest x-ray as only a comedy can be, a sardonic, scary, …

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Alice Ripley and Seth Rudetsky Conquer Provincetown July 16 by Robert Viagas

The popular Cape Cod vacation destination will see and hear top stage talent by the beach this summer.

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EMMYS 2017: Did You Know That Before This Is Us Ron Cephas Jones Made His Name in Theatre? by Ruthie Fierberg

The man who had the nation in tears as jazz cat William first saw success on the Broadway stage.

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Tony-Winning Oslo Closes on Broadway July 16 by Olivia Clement

J.T. Rogers’ political drama concludes its extended, acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater engagement.

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