Friday, August 11, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Groundhog Day by Elizabeth Wollman

Humorless buzzkill that I am, I've never been a big fan of the 1993 movie Groundhog Day, even though just about everybody else on the planet seems to think that it's one of the most bri…

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Your 2017 Summer Reading List Courtesy of Lin-Manuel Miranda by BroadwayWorld

HamiltoncreatorLin-Manuel Mirandais headed back to work this week following an extended vacation. Tis afternoon, the star took toTwitterto share his reading list with fans.

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The Effect

Wed, October 4 thru Sun, October 29 @ Studio Theatre, presented by Studio Theatre

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Our Town

Wed, October 4 thru Sun, November 12 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center

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Night Train 57: A Sensory-Friendly Folk Opera

Wed, October 4 thru Sun, October 8 @ The Kennedy Center, presented by The Kennedy Center

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Sotto Voce

Tue, October 3 thru Sun, October 29 @ Theater J, presented by Theater J

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In The Heights

Wed, September 6 thru Sun, October 8 @ Olney Theatre Center, presented by Olney Theatre Center -- Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda's first Broadway musical, In The Heights, heralded the a…

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Skeleton Crew

Wed, September 6 thru Sun, October 8 @ Studio Theatre, presented by Studio Theatre -- A timely and searing portrait of livelihoods under siege from Detroit native Morisseau.

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The Arsonists

Thu, September 7 thru Sun, October 8 @ Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, presented by Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company -- The world may be starting to burn, but our Everyman has it all under con…

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Streisand Songbook Cabaret

Tue, September 5 thru Sat, September 9 @ Signature Theatre, presented by Signature Theatre -- Signature salutes the original Funny Girl’s six-decade-long career with an evening of her …

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The Simon & Garfunkel Story

Fri, September 22 @ Strathmore, presented by Strathmore -- The Simon & Garfunkel Story brings to life the lyrics and melodies that helped shape a musical generation and gave the group their …

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Aquila Theatre: Sense & Sensibility

Sun, October 1 @ George Mason University's Center for the Arts, presented by George Mason University's Center for the Arts -- Austin’s classic tale—in which seduction, courtship,…

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Idina Menzel embraces spontaneity and lets success come to her by Wes Jenkins St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Performing at the Fox Theatre on Aug. 15, Idina Menzel allows herself to be free on stage and let each show be a unique experience.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Hal Prince Hopes to Bring EVITA to Broadway Following 2018 International Tour by BroadwayWorld

In addition to the previously announced run of Evita in Australia, the production has also announced plans for an international tour. Director Hal Prince has also confirmed that he aims to b…

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Hal Prince Hopes to Bring EVITA to Broadway Following 2017-2018 International Tour by BroadwayWorld

In addition to the previously announced run of EVITA in Australia, the production has also announced plans for an international tour. Director Hal Prince has also confirmed that he aims to b…

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A Parallelogram by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Bruce Norris’ "A Parallelogram" endeavors to explore some sobering facts about the effect of the future on the present and responsibility to others. Unfortunately, the play ends up being l…

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Preview: NH’s Hopkins Center — Helping to Create and Showcase the Performing Arts by Arts Fuse Editor

The Hop, as it is known, is more than a collection of performance venues; it plays an active role in developing art and artists.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Shakespeare Festival at the Brick at curtainup.com/ by Deirdre Donovan

A sampling of reviews from the Brick's August Festival

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Retorts by John Simon

One of the glories of language is the witty rejoinder, riposte or retort. It is the answer in a quick, witty or caustic response (The Heritage Dictionary) to someone’s comment or verbal as…

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Review: A Parallelogram at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Bruce Norris's very dark though frequently funny puzzle play finally lands in New York

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Diana Krall at the Bowl by Pauline Adamek

  World-renowned jazz singer and pianist Diana Krall returns to the Hollywood Bowl on Friday and Saturday, August 11 and 12, 2017, at 8:00 PM, performing with the Hollywood Bowl Or…

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San Antonio Film Festival Review: ‘Catching Sight of Thelma & Louise’ by Kurt Gardner

This is certainly a unique premise for a documentary. Director/producer Jennifer Townsend was not in the film business at all when she first encountered the

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Spotlight On...Sanaz Ghajar by Michael Block

Name: Sanaz GhajarHometown: Burlingame, CaliforniaEducation: New York University, TischFavorite Credits:  I have developed works nationally and internationally with New York Theatre Wor…

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Rinaldi: While trashing “Steve Jobs,” this Santa Fe opera also shows how far the musical form has come by Ray Mark Rinaldi, The Know

The Santa Fe production, which continues through Aug. 25, is thrilling audiences that —appreciate its energy, its modernity, its relevance, and the fact that it is only 90 minutes long.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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I Went On A Fake Date For Theater And It Was Awkward As Hell

Capital W It’s hard to pinpoint the most awkward moment of my date with Emma. It might have been when she showed up late and alarmingly frazzled before immediately demanding a self…

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Mirae Kim Wins Createquity’s First Arts Research Prize by American Theatre Editors

Mirae Kim is recognized for her research on nonprofit organizations and civic engagement.

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Class Notes: From “Curvy Widow,” Andrea Bianchi by James Marino

Listen: Lauren Class Schneider talks to cast member Andrea Bianchi about “Curvy Widow,” presented at the West Side Theatre. Class Notes actively covers New York’s current theat…

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Social Spotlight: The Wacky and Wonderful Jessica Vosk Brings the Magic of WICKED on Tour to Instagram by Alexa Criscitiello

Jessica Vosk's pathway to Wicked stardom has been anything but conventional.

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Keala Settle, Hugh Jackman, and the Cast of THE GREATEST SHOWMAN Featured in This Month's Vogue by Alexa Criscitiello

Tony nominee, Keala Settle, Hollywood star Hugh Jackman, and the cast of the upcoming motion picture musical, 'The Greatest Showman' are featured in this month's issue of Vogue. The director…

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16 shows to see now

"Aladdin" ✭✭✭ "Aladdin," the most frenetic and cartoonish of Disney's screen-to-stage musicals, officially opened its first national tour in Chicago at the Cadillac Palace Theatre. An…

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This Week in LA Theatre by Julio Martinez

By Julio Martinez IN THE NEWS East West Players announces its 52nd anniversary season kick-off fundraising event, One Night Only: EWP Night Market, to be held Sep 9 at East West …

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National Black Theatre Announces 2017-2018 Season by American Theatre Editors

The 'Black to the Future' season includes solo shows by Liza Jessie Peterson and Paterson Joseph and keeps an eye on national politics.

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Theatre Review: ‘Big Fish’ at The Keegan Theatre by Stephanie House

“Big Fish” is one of those shows whose origin feels a little bit like a game of telephone. Before it was a musical, it was a critically acclaimed movie by Tim Burton, with a screenplay b…

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Michael Moore Adds Razzle-Dazzle to Political Provocation in One-Man Broadway Show by Rex Reed

I expected to be challenged, embarrassed, provoked and possibly enraged. I did not expect to have such a good time.

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'Sexy Liberal Resistance' Stephanie Miller coming to Athenaeum Theatre by Morgan Greene

The Sexy Liberal Resistance Tour will make a Chicago stop this fall, it was announced Friday. The political-protest-as-comedy show features national television and talk radio host Stephanie …

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‘No Ransom To Be Paid’ at Pangea: An Update on ‘GRINDR: The Opera’ and More with Erik Ransom by Deb Miller

Featured this summer in producer Ed Miller’s No Ransom To Be Paid four-part series at Pangea, the presented works of writer/composer/musician/actor Erik Ransom include songs from More Than…

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Broadway Legends Chita Rivera & Tommy Tune Prep for Their Concert Tour at Sardi's by Lindsey Sullivan

The best way to get ready for a road trip worthy of Great White Way royalty? Drinks at Sardi's, of course! As previously announced, Broadway titans Chita Rivera and Tommy Tune are going …

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Barbara Cook: Uncommon Intelligence, Ravishing Voice by American Theatre Editors

Tributes from those who worked with or were inspired by the iconic Broadway and cabaret performer.

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Bill Murray Talks GROUNDHOG DAY on The Leonard Lopate Show by Alexa Criscitiello

ActorBill Murraymade headlines this week as he mademultipletripsto revisit one of his finest roles in the musicalversion of his iconic film Groundhog Day on Broadway.

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Frenchie Davis to Star in AIN'T MISBEHAVIN', Directed by Ken Page, at La Mirada Theatre by BroadwayWorld

La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts amp Mccoy Rigby Entertainment present the first show of its 2017-2018 season, and the 40th anniversary of the iconic theatre with American Idol's Fr…

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Nick Cartell, Josh Davis, Melissa Mitchell, Phoenix Best, Joshua Grosso and Jillian Butler to Headline LES MISERABLES on Tour by BroadwayWorld

Casting for Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schnberg's Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISERABLES, has been announced.

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BWW TV: More Moore! Go Inside Opening Night of THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER! by BroadwayWorld TV

Academy Award-winning filmmaker, best-selling author, and political icon Michael Moore makes his Broadway debut in The Terms of My Surrender. The limited 12-week engagement opened last night…

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VIDEO: Hear the New People Sing! Meet the the Cast of LES MISERABLES on Tour by BroadwayWorld

Casting for Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed production of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg's Tony Award-winning musical phenomenon, LES MISERABLES, has been announced.

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Theater News: Les Misérables Announces Casting for North American Tour

Cameron Mackintosh's Broadway production hits the road this fall.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Creative Access: Accommodations for Professional Performers with Disabilities by Ramona@howlround.com (ramona)

By Talleri McRae. Talleri McRae summarizes a breakout session she co-led at the 2017 Theatre Communications Group Annual Conference.

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Review: Thank You for Being Our Queen by Michael Block

By Michael BlockWhen you think she couldn't top herself, she does. Current reigning Drag Race All-Stars champion triumphantly Alaska returns to the Laurie Beechman in her newest homage to Am…

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Celebrate Oscar and Two-Time Tony Winner Viola Davis on Stage by Hannah Vine

The stage and screen actor celebrates her birthday August 11.

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Remembering Broadway's Barbara Cook: 'My First Memories Are Of Singing'

Cook, who starred in Broadway shows like The Music Man and Candide, died on Tuesday. She spoke to Fresh Air in 2016 about her struggle with addiction and her second career as a cabaret singe…

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Cast Set for New Les Misérables National Tour by Ryan McPhee

The production kicks off in Providence, Rhode Island with Wicked alum Matt Shingledecker and more.

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Video: Jacob Dickey sings 'Proud of Your Boy' from 'Aladdin' by Morgan Greene

This week's Showcase features a song from Disney's "Aladdin," now in its final weeks at the Cadillac Palace Theatre.  Jacob Dickey, who stars as the loveable street rat who wins the heart …

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Krapp performances that stick in the mind | Letters by Letters

Readers recall seeing Max Wall and an angry French actor as the eponymous character in Samuel Beckett’s one-act-play Krapp’s Last TapeCongratulations to Michael Billington for capturing …

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Cinema gives new life to sold-out theatre | Letters by Letters

Guardian reviewers should flag up when there are cinema screenings of stage performances for those who cannot get their hands on a ticket, says Jane HarveyLyn Gardner lists the Young Vic’s…

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ArtsBeat Radio interview with Chester Theatre Company's Daniel Elihu Kramer by Mark G Auerbach

89.5fm/WSKB ArtsBeat Radio host Mark G. Auerbach chats one-on-one with Chester Theatre Company's Daniel Elihu Kramer about the theatre's season, and upcoming theatre tours to Washington, DC …

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Video Flash: The Great Comet Thanks Its Fans in New Social Media Video Message

Watch the video that pledges "#WeAreTheGreatComet."

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Original Fantasticks Cast Member Salutes the Songwriters in Concert by Robert Viagas

Rita Gardner is scheduled to perform August 14 at the Cape May Playhouse.

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What Sparked a Lifelong Friendship (and Collaboration) Between Suits’ Patrick J. Adams and Playwright Bill Cain? by Olivia Clement

The actor and playwright met 12 years ago at the Ojai Playwrights Conference, and their lives have been intertwined every since.

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Queers, With Alan Cumming, Russell Tovey, and Gemma Whelan, Sets October Premiere on BBC America by Adam Hetrick

The eight-part dramatic event offers a personal look at life for LGBTQ people in Britain.

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NPR News Anchor Ari Shapiro Looks ‘Homeward’ At Joe’s Pub by Jeremy Gerard

One of four co-hosts of NPR’s flagship daily newscast “All Things Considered,” Ari Shapiro has one of the most familiar voices on radio (remember radio?). A veteran, at 38,…

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DANCE CAPTAIN DANCE ATTACK: Ben Gets the Job Done with HAMILTON's David Guzman! by Ben Cameron

In the episode below, Ben gets young, scrappy and hungry with the dance captain of Hamilton, David Guzman. Can you keep up

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VIDEO: Mandy Patinkin, Chita Rivera & More Talk Hal Prince's Impact on American Theater by BroadwayWorld

In the video below, Mandy Patinkin, Norm Lewis, Chita Rivera and many moreBroadway legends share stories about the extraordinary impact their friend Hal Prince has had on American theatre - …

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Review: Are We Ready for the Storm? by Michael Block

By Ed MalinTheatre 167 presents Tina Howe’s new play Singing Beach at HERE.  Ari Laura Kreith directs.  You still have a few more summer days to catch this beach play. The r…

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Learn About Michael Moore's Broadway Rabble Rouser The Terms of My Surrender by Broadway.com

Oscar-winning filmmaker and activist Michael Moore brings his straight-talking brand of satire to the New York stage. Learn about the one-man show that asks, "How did we get here, Ameri…

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Learn About Broadway's Delicious Charlie and the Chocolate Factory by Broadway.com

Based on Roald Dahl's classic story, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory welcomes audiences into Willy Wonka's mysterious, fantastical factory. Learn about the gob-stopping good fun of…

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By chance, meeting the disgraced ‘M. Butterfly’ diplomat whose lover misled him by Nelson Pressley

A funny thing happened on the way to the Riviera.

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How Stella Adler Studio Changes the Lives of Inner-City Students by Ruthie Fierberg

The studio’s Summer Shakespeare intensive culminates in two performances August 11 and 12.

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Annette Garceau, Last Surviving Guthrie Theater Founder, Dies at 103 by Robert Viagas

The British-born master costume builder was recruited by Tyrone Guthrie.

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Billy Porter Brings His Solo Show to Bay Street Music Mondays August 14 by Robert Viagas

The Kinky Boots star will appear as part of the concert series at the Hamptons area playhouse.

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Performers/Creatives reviews – Irvine Welsh's two plays are exercises in tedium by Lyn Gardner

Assembly Rooms; Pleasance Courtyard, EdinburghHad they not had Welsh’s name attached, these tired, clumsy and slackly directed works would surely never have seen the light of dayNot so muc…

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Theater News: F Theory to Open New Jersey Repertory Company Season

Megan Loughran and Alex Trow co-pen the world-premiere comedy.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Go Inside the Rehearsal Room of On the Shore of the Wide World by Marc J. Franklin

The New York premiere from Tony and Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens is set to begin performances August 23 at the Atlantic Theater Company’s Linda Gross Theater.

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Your Love Is Fire review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘confusing but potent’ by Ben Kulvichit

This new play by Syrian playwright Mudar Alhaggi chooses not to explore the political dimensions of the Syrian conflict, but rather takes

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VIDEO: Stars of Broadway-Bound ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE Are Ready to Chill on the Great White Way by BroadwayWorld

Raise a glass to the stars of the Broadway-boundEscape to Margaritavillein this behind-the-scenes look at how they're feeling about heading to the Great White Way

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THE FRIDAY SIX: Get to Know Your Favorite Broadway Stars- COMPANY's Kate Loprest by BroadwayWorld

In this week's edition, we caught up with Kate Loprest, who is currently starring in COMPANY at Barrington Stage Company. Click here for tickets

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Photo Coverage: Michael Moore Celebrates Broadway Debut in THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER by Walter McBride

BroadwayWorld brings you photos from inside the after party below

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Hello, Jerry! — York Theatre Company Presents ‘Jerry’s Girls’ by Matthew Wexler

York Theatre Company presents a spotty rendition of 'Jerry's Girls,' a retrospective of musical theater composer and lyricist Jerry Herman.

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Cow review at Underbelly, Edinburgh – ‘intermittently interesting’ by Natasha Tripney

Jessica Barker-Wren’s one woman show sees a posh girl ditch her London media job to go back to Devon and help run

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Harold Prince Aiming to Bring Original Evita Staging to Broadway After International Tour by Adam Hetrick

The Tony-winning director is reuniting with members of the original 1978 creative team to bring Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice’s rock opera back to the stage.

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Let Me Look at You review at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh – ‘exploration of LGBT+ history’ by Paul Vale

This year marks the 50th anniversary of the de-criminalisation of homosexuality. Godfrey Hamilton’s new one-man play takes stock of the changes in

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This Month in Theatre History by American Theatre Editors

From the first interracially cast 'Othello' to the founding of our longest-running queer troupe, this was a memorable month for theatre.

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Theatre News: The Scotsman announces first round of Fringe First award winners

Shows from Assembly, Traverse Theatre and Pleasance all received top praise

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Palmyra review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘weird, wonderful and strangely stressful’ by Fergus Morgan

Stop: it’s hammer time. In Palmyra, Fellswoop Theatre’s follow-up to 2016’s successful Eurohouse, an audience member is entrusted with a mean-looking mallet.

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“Charlie And The Chocolate Factory” Adds Lottery by Stagelight

(New York, NY) The new Broadway musical Roald Dahl’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will launch a digital lottery on Friday, August 11, 2017, making a limited number of $40 tickets avai…

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Gossip review at Zoo Southside, Edinburgh – ‘accomplished but ultimately disappointing’ by Anna Winter

Czech choreographer Lenka Vagnerova’s Gossip starts out with insidious confidence and appeal. A solitary dancer with a fixed grin, white blazer and

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Broadway.com Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Top 10 National Tours You're Most Excited to See in a City Near You by Lindsey Sullivan

The Broadway.com staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic t…

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Learn About Broadway's Smart, Hilarious New Play A Doll's House, Part 2 by Broadway.com

A Doll's House, Part 2 is the gripping sequel to Ibsen's classic A Doll's House. You don't need to know a thing about the previous play to thoroughly enjoy this new play'…

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Odds & Ends: Broadway-Bound Carousel Star Renee Fleming to Be Honored by Metropolitan Opera Guild & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Renée Fleming to Be Honored at Metropolitan Opera Guild's Annual Luncheon This ought to be a real nice clambake!…

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From rural Taiwan to the frozen north via a great white whale: dance at the fringe spreads its wings by Judith Mackrell

The most exciting dance is on the fringe this year, dealing with epic themes and a common inspiration of being lost or set adrift in strange placesDance has had an uneven history at the Edin…

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Theater News: The Tempest Begins Performances at Shakespeare and Company

Allyn Burrows directs the production, running through September 3.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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There’s No One Like Ntozake Shange, Part 1: Wild Beauties by Jamara Wakefield

In this multi-part series, Broadway Black interviews Poet Ntozake Shange. The Legendary Blue Note Jazz Club located in NYC’s Greenwich Village was buzzing in anticipation of Ntozake Shang…

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Howard Sherman: American theatre bosses are playing musical chairs. Let’s widen the pool of leaders by Howard Sherman

Whenever several artistic leadership positions open at once in US theatre, it fires the starting gun on a variation of the children’s

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Theater News: It Happened in Key West to Receive Developmental Lab

The new Jill Santoriello, Jason Huza, and Jeremiah James musical is based on a true story.

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Norma Shearer: The Subtle Magnet by Trav S.D.

I have a friend — a female friend — who never talks about Norma Shearer (1902-1983) without talking about how ugly and unappealing she finds her. I suppose my friend looks at her…

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Wicked Alum Wade McCollum to Star in It Happened in Key West Developmental Lab by Ruthie Fierberg

The new musical comes from the writer of Broadway’s A Tale of Two Cities.

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IT HAPPENED IN KEY WEST Musical Gets Developmental Lab in PA by BroadwayWorld

It Happened In Key West, a new musical written by Jill Santoriello Broadway's A Tale of Two Cities, Jason Huza and Jeremiah James, announces developmental lab for four performances only at t…

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Stage & Screen Stars Jenna Ushkowitz and Shoba Narayan to Read INSOMNIA TV Pilot in NYC by TV News Desk

Jenna Ushkowitz Fox's Glee, Broadway's Waitress, Shoba Narayan Broadway's Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812, and Vishaal Reddy Upcoming Marvel Netflix Series to lead private indust…

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ADAM – #EdFringe ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Powerful: There is no shortage of unfettered emotion in the National Theatre of Scotland's Adam at the Traverse.

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Production news round-up: Of Mice and Men to tour and Craig Revel Horwood cast in Annie by Giverny Masso

This week’s production news includes announcements that choreographer Craig Revel Horwood is to play Miss Hannigan in Annie and Of Mice and

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The Bees and the Birds: ‘A Parallelogram’ by Matthew Wexler

Stephen Kunke, Juan Castano, Celia Keenan-Bolger and Anita Gilette in ‘A Parallelogram.’ (Photo: Joan Marcus via The Broadway Blog.) By Samuel L. Leiter Geometry-challenged theat…

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Sam Shepard’s True West Explodes At New City Players by Bill Hirschman

An explosion of passionate performances (and flying silverware) mark New City Players' production of the late Sam Shepard's True West.

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Arson attack forces Welsh puppet theatre to cancel season by Giverny Masso

Britain’s first permanent puppet theatre has been forced to cancel its summer season following an arson attack. North Wales Police has confirmed

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Ionesco’s Rhinoceros to Make Yiddish Language Debut Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

New Yiddish Rep will stage the dark comedy in Yiddish—nearly 60 years after its Broadway premiere.

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Photos: The week in pictures: 5 - 11 August

Elaine Page, Cressida Bonas and a Sir Stewart Shakespeare recital make this week's top pics, plus the latest from the Edinburgh Festival

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Blogs: Clive Anderson: how much has actually changed in my 40 years at the Fringe?

The presenter of Whose Line Is It Anyway? reminisces about his favourite Fringe experiences

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Check Out a First Look at Two Costume Designs for FROZEN's Princess Anna! by BroadwayWorld

As fans eagerly await the arrival of Disney's stage adaptation to their hit animated film, check out a first look at Tony Award winning designer Christopher Oram's WOLF HALL, HUGHIE new cost…

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VIDEO: Do They Got Us? No! Watch 'The World Will Know' from NEWSIES at The Muny by BroadwayWorld

Watch the company of NEWSIES at The Muny get serious in 'The World Will Know'below

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BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - A PARALLELOGRAM by Ken Fallin

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin, a life-long theater enthusiast, who has drawn many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Below, check out his latest …

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Photo Coverage: On the Opening Night Red Carpet for THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER by Walter McBride

BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the star-studded, star-spangled red carpet below

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BWW TV: BANDSTAND Brings it Home at Broadway in Bryant Park! by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below as BANDSTAND'sLaura Osnes,Corey Cott,Joe Carroll,Brandon J. Ellis,James Nathan Hopkins,Geoff Packard,Joey Pero,Carleigh Bettiol,Mary Callanan,Max Clayton,Patrick Connaghan,Andrea…

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IT HAPPENED IN KEY WEST Musical Gets Developmental Lab in PA by BroadwayWorld

It Happened In Key West, a new musical written by Jill Santoriello Broadway's A Tale of Two Cities, Jason Huza and Jeremiah James announces developmental lab for four performances only at th…

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Broadway Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 8/11/2017 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 8112017.

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Up on the Marquee: SPRINGSTEEN ON BROADWAY by Walter McBride

Bruce Springsteenwill make his Broadway debut this fall withSpringsteen on Broadway, a solo show at theWalter KerrTheatre 219 West 48th Street. Performances forSpringsteen on Broadwaybegin T…

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Photo Flash: NEWSIES Lyricist Jack Feldman Stops by The Muny by BroadwayWorld

NEWSIES lyricist Jack Feldman visited The Muny's production of the hit musical on Wednesday and took a moment to snap a photo with the cast - check it out below

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Sign Up For The BroadwayWorld Industry Insider Weekly Newsletter by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is excited to launch our Industry Insider weekly newsletter, focusing on the latest industry news, trends, and more. The weekly newsletter, which will be sent directly to your …

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In Barbara Cook’s Final Days, Her Friends Came to Sing at Her Bedside by Sopan Deb

Vanessa Williams, Norm Lewis, and others came to sing by Ms. Cook’s bedside as she lay dying. Others sent audio and video recordings to say goodbye.

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Stars & Swipes: Michael Moore Has the Floor on Opening Night of The Terms of My Surrender by Broadway.com

Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Michael Moore made his official Broadway debut on August 10 when The Terms of My Surrender opened at the Belasco Theatre. Stars, activists and everyone in…

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Q&A: Jenny Reed and Nora Sørena Casey on ‘False Stars’ at the Corkscrew Theater Festival by Hanna Oldsman

In a FringeNYC-less summer, other theater festivals promoting the work of up-and-coming artists are taking the lead, including the Ice Factory Festival at New Ohio, Broadway Bound Theatre…

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KRAPP’S LAST TAPE – Edinburgh International Festival ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Slow but compelling: Bringing Beckett to the Edinburgh International Festival, Irish Production Company Clare Street gives a fittingly understated treatment to Krapp's Last Tape.

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Conchita Wurst cancels Edinburgh festival show after band denied visas by Press Association

Eurovision-winning Austrian drag queen was due to perform at festival but band members, who are from Syria, denied visasEurovision song contest winner Conchita Wurst has cancelled her perfor…

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Pleasance gala to campaign for better accessibility at the fringe by Tim Bano

Pleasance will host its first accessibility gala at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe to raise awareness of the lack of disabled access

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Six shows given Fringe Firsts as Edinburgh awards get underway by Tim Bano

Shows about racism, radicalisation, poverty and Morrissey are among the winners of the Scotsman’s Fringe First awards at this year’s Edinburgh Festival

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Episode 87 of The Compass Welcomes Fiction Writer Matt Lombardi by Adam Hetrick

The artists’ podcast created by actor Leah Walsh marks its second anniversary August 11.

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19 Times Chart-Topping Recording Artists Came to Broadway by Logan Culwell-Block

Josh Groban isn’t the only music star to lead a Broadway show.

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Turnkey Performance Venue with Liquor License Available for Lease by Bt

The venue space at 1919 N Milwaukee Ave (Gorilla Tango) is looking for a new master lease holder. Max legal capacity 88 seats, with storage/rehearsal room, and full basement for storage, etc…

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Marvel’s The Defenders, Netflix — stylishly shot

Four superheroes from previous series converge to form a supergroup

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Download: Viceroy’s House — ‘sobering’

A lavish costume-drama about the brief, stormy reign of the last Viceroy of India

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Download: Clash — ‘metaphor for Egypt’

Mohamed Diab’s skittish camerawork viscerally evokes the airless, waterless claustrophobia of a Cairo police van

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Download: The Sense of an Ending — ‘sentimental’

Based on the Man Booker Prize-winning novel by Julian Barnes, this story is very British and unmistakably literary

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Andrew Lloyd Webber Will Revisit Starlight Express for Other Palace Workshop by Olivia Clement

The original creative team will reunite to work on the fantasy musical.

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Various: The Ear of the Huguenots — ‘dangerous business’

This varied programme takes in Calvinist Protestant psalm settings and secular music of the Huguenots’ circle

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Elliott Carter: Late works — ‘all-star line-up’

The composer’s music retained its intellectual grip right to the end

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Richard Thompson: Acoustic Classics Vol. II — ‘better than the first’

The songs collected here are more contemplative than on the preceding album

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Franz Schubert: The finished ‘Unfinished’ — ‘right proportions’

Kammerorchester Basel gives the existing two movements highly-charged performances

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SFJAZZ Collective: The Music of Miles Davis & Original Compositions — ‘distinctive and glossy’

A lattice of fresh statements, standout solos and knowing references

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Various: Soul of a Nation — ‘Black Power’

Rather than corral all forms of black musical activism, it focuses on jazz’s fertile crossover with funk and soul

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5 Billion in Diamonds: 5 Billion in Diamonds — ‘well-crafted charm’

The album pays tribute to the producer’s love of 1970s psych-folk and space-rock

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David Rawlings: Poor David’s Almanack — ‘tasteful antiquarianism’

The artist prefers to sidle his way into traditions unobtrusively

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Frankie Rose: Cage Tropical — ‘redemption record’

Self-doubting sentiment set in richly layered dream-pop, evoking feelings of sweet surrender not anxiety

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Orange Is the New Black Star Lea DeLaria Will Bring Her David Bowie Show to NYC by Robert Viagas

House of David will fly into Birdland October 24–28.

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39 Late Summer Shows to See by Ruthie Fierberg

From Aaron Tveit in Company to Josh Young in Ragtime, grab your ticket to these summer productions in the perfect New England destinations for vacationing and theatregoing.

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Your Chance to Win a Golden Ticket by Broadwaydirect

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory has launched their digital lottery, powered by Broadway Direct, today, August 11. A limited number of $40 tickets are now available for all performances. T…

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Out in the country: Francis Lee’s groundbreaking tale of same-sex love

The film director’s debut, a love story in a farming community, challenges preconceptions about both gay cinema and rural life

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Brexit the Musical review at C Venues, Edinburgh – ‘unimaginative and dull’ by Fergus Morgan

Oh look. It’s the inevitable Brexit musical and, inevitably, it’s about as thought through as our negotiating stance is. Chris Bryant, an EU

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From Stage to Page: Caricature Artist Ken Fallin Reveals His Artistic Process by Danielle Ashley

On a recent episode of Theater talk, Fallin discussedhow he went from being a young aspiring actor to one of the most sought after caricaturists working today with celebrity caricatures appe…

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Broadway’s Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Launches Digital Ticket Lottery by Ruthie Fierberg

The show, starring Tony winner Christian Borle as Willy Wonka, adds another way to get tickets starting August 11.

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Emma Matthews and Annie Aitken in ‘Melba’ by Blouin Artinfo

“Melba,” written by Nicholas Christo and composed by Johannes Luebbers, recounts the tale of Dame Nellie, played by both Emma Matthews and Annie Aitken.Emma Matthews, winner of seven Hel…

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Tanika Gupta: Partition and prejudice

The playwright delved into poignant family documents from 1930s India to create her hard-hitting new script

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Snapshot: ‘Flotsam’ by Ward Roberts

The running theme in his work is the isolation and anonymity that pervades the modern era

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Random International at the Roundhouse

Seemingly sentient balloons are the stars of a new London art show

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Carne y Arena: Alejandro Iñárritu’s virtual reality project

The movie director’s VR work plunges viewers into the harsh life of an immigrant. The result is startling

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What Woman’s World? ‘A Never-Ending Line: A Female Song Cycle’ by Matthew Wexler

An all-female song cycle conceived and directed by Jaime Lozano with the contributions of various female lyricists.

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Review: Edinburgh review: Heather (Summerhall)

Thomas Eccleshare's theatrical triptych sees a children's author caught in controversy

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Photo Coverage: Michael Moore Takes Opening Night Bows in THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER by Walter McBride

Academy Award-winning filmmaker, best-selling author, and political iconMichael Mooremakes his Broadway debut inThe Terms of My Surrender. The limited 12-week engagement openedlast night at …

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Tom Hiddleston, cats & theatre fangirls (here we go again) by Emily Garside

There's some arguments that come around and you think 'really? we're still talking about this?' but also you're not really surprised.So when it was annoucned Tom Hiddleston…

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Theater News: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Announces Digital Lottery

Starting today, a limited number of $40 tickets will be available for all performances.

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Photo Flash: Harry Belafonte, Rosie O'Donnell Welcome Michael Moore to Broadway

Moore's The Terms of My Surrender celebrates its opening night.

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Theater News: Frozen Announces Date for First Broadway Performance

Caissie Levy and Patti Murin are set to star in the stage adaptation.

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Circus show inspired by refugee stories comes to London by Georgia Snow

A new circus show inspired by the real-life stories of refugees fleeing war-torn countries will have its UK premiere next week. It

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Morphed, Royal Festival Hall, London — Everyman dissected

Tero Saarinen uses choreography to explore the male psyche

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David Murray, Vortex Jazz Club — a jazz iconoclast on peak form

The saxophonist was at ease and visibly focused at this intimate London performance

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Podcast: Sincerely, X — anonymous TED talks with the ego stripped out

From a doctor who killed a patient to an ex-con with a mission, the series has an intimacy that is elusive on stage

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What Do U.K. Critics Think of A Little Night Music at The Watermill? by Olivia Clement

Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler’s Tony-winning musical is revived in Berkshire with a musical twist.

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Kick Off Your Weekend with 8 Live Performances of Bandstand Tony Winner Beth Leavel Slaying “Stumble Along”

Stumble, bumble, fumble, plumble into the weekend with these performances of Beth Leavel singing her Drowsy Chaperone showstopper.

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‘Hamilton’ Launches a Mobile App—but Fans Aren’t ‘Satisfied’ by John Bonazzo

The app allows users to enter lotteries, buy merchandise and get stickers. But people still wanted more from Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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'King Kong' opens at Figard Theatre, Cape Town by Blouin Artinfo

The legendary South-African musical “King Kong” is being staged at Figard Theatre, Cape Town, after 60 years since its initial production and 20 years of painstaking interactions. “Kin…

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‘Prismatic Park’ at Madison Square Park, Manhattan by Blouin Artinfo

Madison Square Park in Manhattan is hosting an exhibition, titled “Prismatic Park,” through October 8, 2017. The outdoor exhibition features three colorful structures by visual artist an…

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Will Gartshore among DC all star cast in A Little Night Music by Keith Loria

When Will Gartshore had the opportunity to be in Signature Theatre’s upcoming production of A Little Night Music, there wasn’t much need to think about it. “You just say ‘yes’ to a…

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Will You Win a Golden Ticket? Digital Lottery Launches Today for Broadway's CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway musical Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory will launch a digital lottery on Friday, August 11, 2017, making a limited number of 40 tickets available for all perf…

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Broadway’s Frozen Announces On-Sale Date by Ryan McPhee

Performances begin at the St. James Theatre February 22.

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsals for SON OF A PREACHER MAN UK Tour Starring Diana Vickers by BroadwayWorld

Son of a Preacher Man, a heart-warming new musical featuring the soulful music ofDusty Springfield, with a book byWarner Brownand directed and choreographed byCraig Revel Horwood, embarks on…

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Cel Spellman to Star in TALK RADIO at the Old Red Lion; Cast Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Cel Spellman, George Turvey, Andy Secombe, and Molly McNerney will join Matthew Jure to form the cast of Eric Bogosian's Pulitzer Prize-nominated Talk Radio.

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REVIEW: Glorious, Frinton Summer Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon With such a strong line-up, it should come as no surprise that it is a perfect delight, full of feelgood humour and hilarious performances. This post REVIEW: Glorious, Frinton…

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Re: Production’s Jenna May Hobbs by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

I know other writers feel like their brains are always buzzing with different plots, but that rarely happens for me so I spend a lot of my time waiting for the muse to strike

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Go Inside Michael Moore’s The Terms of My Surrender Opening Night on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Oscar-winning filmmaker made his theatrical debut with the new solo play that opened August 10 at the Belasco Theatre.

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Review: A Doll's House, Part 2

A new cast takes up Lucas Hnath's provocative Broadway debut.

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Theater News: The Tempest Begins Performances at Barrington Stage

Allyn Burrows directs the production, running through September 3.

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, August 11, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Benjamin Clementine review – unvarnished, unpredictable and fantastically awkward by Malcolm Jack

Festival theatre, EdinburghDebuting songs from his forthcoming second album, the formerly homeless Mercury prize winner evokes David Bowie, Radiohead and AnohniWhen Benjamin Clementine event…

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Tickets for Disney's FROZEN on Broadway On Sale Monday, 8/14 by BroadwayWorld

Tickets for Disney's new Broadway musical Frozen will go on sale Monday, August 14 at 1000am EST.

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Photos: A week in the life of: The Divide's Sophie Melville

The actress is currently starring in the world premiere of Alan Ayckbourn's new play at the Edinburgh International Festival

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‘For Peter Pan on her 70th birthday’ Takes One Last Trip to Neverland by Laura Collins-Hughes

Sarah Ruhl’s play, which she wrote for her mother, is about five adult siblings confronting mortality.

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Theater News: Hamilton Releases Exclusive Show-Based iPhone and Android App

Do not throw away your shot to download it.

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Ticket Giveaway: Bandstand by New York Theater

Win two tickets to see Bandstand for free.  I liked this show, about a 1940’s swing band made up of World War II veterans, for its thrilling choreography by Andy Blankenbuehler, who w…

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Craig Revel Horwood scheduled to replace Miranda Hart as Miss Hannigan in Annie

Craig Revel Horwood, the Strictly Come Dancing Judge, has been announced as Miranda Hart's replacement when she ends her run as Miss Hannigan in Annie 17 September.

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Irish comedy heading for Watford Colosseum by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Tommy Marren’s comedy Nobody’s Talking To Me is to play the Watford Colosseum in Hertfordshire in the one British engagement outside of a tour of Ireland. This post Irish …

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HAMILTON Unveils Official App, Featuring Lottery, Stickers, Music, Exclusive Content & More! by BroadwayWorld

Lin-Manuel Miranda and Jeffrey Seller have announced that the official app for Hamilton is now available for all iOS and Android devices in the Apple App Store and the Google Play Store.

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Ten Tramp Comedians by Trav S.D.

This weekend is the National Hobo Convention in Britt, Iowa. I have always been partial both to the hobo ethic itself (I’ve been working on an essay about that very thing for a while n…

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ASSESSMENT – #EdFringe ★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Chillingly relevant: Assessment is a chilling exploration of the future of pensions in a time of austerity. What is your life worth? asks critic-turned-playwright Robert Dawson Scott in this…

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'Hamilton' Launches Mobile App With Stickers, Camera Filters and Ticket Lottery

HamApp will soon include exclusive ticket access, augmented reality, an enhanced #EduHam experience and interactive karaoke tracks.read more

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'Hamilton' launches app with access to ticket lottery by Morgan Greene

No need to wait for it. The official “Hamilton” app is here. The HamApp, sure to please fans of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Founding Fathers phenomenon, is available now for iOS and Android d…

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He painted surreal scenes on beer tanks in Germany. Now he’s tackling a Sacramento silo

Afternoon sunlight struck one side of a metal silo near Broadway on Tuesday as Okuda San Miguel stood about 30 feet up on the other side, suspended in the bed … Click to Continue &raqu…

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‘Hamilton’ stage musical launches an official app by Hedy Weiss

Neither Alexander Hamilton, nor any of such scientifically-minded Founding Fathers as Thomas Jefferson and Benjamin Franklin, had an app, although they certainly had “appetites.”…

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Hamilton Launches Mobile App Offering Ticket Lottery, Interactive Features, and More by Ryan McPhee

The app from the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning musical is now available for Apple and Android phones.

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Review: DollyWould, Summerhall by Samson Hawkins

Sh!t Theatre deliver their mainstream cross over hit DollyWould, a celebration of Dolly Parton and themselves. You may think there is only one Dolly Parton, well you are very wrong. Every n…

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Review: Fear, Zoo by Samson Hawkins

Huge red letters spell FEAR and man with a crocodile mask sits on a chair. The fringe has truly begun. This one man show opens with Gareth Clark who writes and performs the piece, sliding ac…

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BWW's On This Day - August 11, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on August 11 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Review Round-Ups: Edinburgh Festival week one review round-up

All our reviews from the first week of the Edinburgh Festivals

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Review: Edinburgh review: Wild Bore (Traverse Theatre)

Ursula Martinez, Adrienne Truscott and Zoe Coombs Marr are bummed out by critics - here's our review

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Hear Me Raw review at Underbelly, Edinburgh – ‘astute takedown of the wellness industry’ by Natasha Tripney

Daniella Isaacs’ takedown of the wellness industry is inspired by her own experiences. Hear Me Raw is extremely astute about how easy

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Opinion: Across the pond - Natasha, Pierre and The Great Controversy of 2017

We all know the theatre can be political, just look at what HAMILTON and RENT did, not just for Broadway but America as a whole! Occasionally though, it's the controversy offstage that makes…

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — August 11 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Looking at Lucian review – mesmerising portrait of the artist as an old man by Michael Billington

Ustinov Studio, BathHenry Goodman is utterly convincing in Alan Franks’ one-man play about Lucian Freud, with stories of his models, from the Krays to the QueenA solo play about a painter …

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Kiri Pritchard-McLean review – pacey, lean, precision-tooled set from increasingly impressive comic by Brian Logan

Pleasance CourtyardPritchard-McLean’s debut about sexism was good. Her new show, Appropriate Adult, which touches on millennial angst and her volunteer work, is even betterEven at a festiv…

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Simon Brodkin: ‘I ate some off tuna and ended up in an ambulance’ by Rachel Aroesti

The prankster character comic behind Lee Nelson dishes the dirt on the things that make him laugh the mostJerry Sadowitz. His seething, bile-fuelled, offend-all-and-don’t-give-a-fig approa…

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The Courtney Sisters (featuring Florence, Georgie Jessel’s First Wife) by Trav S.D.

August 11, 1892 was the birthday of Florence Courtney (Florence Grismer). With her sister Fay, she was one half of the vaudeville singing duo The Courtney Sisters. Joe Laurie, Jr. called the…

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Concert-Style Workshops of Andrew Lloyd Webber's STARLIGHT EXPRESS Coming to The Other Palace by BroadwayWorld

The Other Palace has announced three concert-style workshop performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical STARLIGHT EXPRESS, in The Theatre at The Other Palace on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and …

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NEWS: Ian McDiarmid reprises Enoch Powell in What Shadows, London cast announced by Press Releases

Olivier and Tony Award-winning actor Ian McDiarmid will play MP Enoch Powell in Chris Hannan’s searing play What Shadows when it transfers to London's Park Theatre next month. Full London …

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'Trevor,' a musical about a gay teen, debuts in a world that still needs him by Chris Jones

In 1994, an actor named John Lecesne created a solo show in New York City. He ended up starting a movement and saving the lives of uncounted American teenagers. This is the story of Trevor. …

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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FOOTLOOSE Boogies Into Sheffield This Summer by BroadwayWorld

The smash hit production, Footloose The Musical comes to the Lyceum Theatre stage from Tuesday 29 August - Saturday 2 September.

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The Other Palace Announces Concert-Style Workshops of STARLIGHT EXPRESS by BroadwayWorld

The Other Palace has announced three concert-style workshop performances of Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical STARLIGHT EXPRESS, in The Theatre at The Other Palace on Thursday 14, Friday 15 and …

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The Sword and the Dope brings both the X Factor and the S Club to #StageFaves!

X Factor star Stevi Ritchie is set to make his musical debut alongside former S Club Juniors singer Stacey Franks (nee McClean) in The Sword and the Dope, a musical comedy at Waterloo East T…

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Edinburgh Festival Fringe: highlights

Works about transgender and racial equality emerge strongly this year

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VIDEO: Disney Celebrates World Lion Day with New Music Video of 'Be Prepared' by Movies News Desk

Walt Disney Studios along with David Garibaldi helped celebrate World Lion Day by releasing a special music video of 'Be Prepared'from the upcoming Walt Disney's Signature Collection of THE …

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THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG's Catherine Schreiber Announced As 2017 Broadway Global Producer Of The Year by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Global hasannounced that CATHERINE SCHREIBER has been selected as the 2017 Broadway Global Producer of the Year. Schreiber, the first woman ever honored as Producer of the Year amp …

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Karoo Moose – No Fathers at Assembly George Square Studios by Lucian Waugh

How to do meta better: Lucian Waugh reviews Lara Foot's deeply compassionate play combining African storytelling with magic realism. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Karoo Moose – No Fat…

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Cel Spellman cast in Talk Radio play at Old Red Lion Theatre by Giverny Masso

Actor and television host Cel Spellman has been cast in a new London production of Talk Radio. The play by Eric Bogosian,

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Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express to be revived at the Other Palace by Georgia Snow

Andrew Lloyd Webber musical Starlight Express is to return for a new workshop production. Members of the original creative team are set

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EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: BREXIT THE MUSICAL, C Chambers St by Gregor Dickson

Brexit the Musical isn't the only show in this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe to be inspired by recent political goings-on, but it's likely to be the funniest.

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BWW Morning Brief August 11th, 2017: JERSEY BOYS Announces Off-Broadway Return, Janet Metz Reprises Role in JOSEPH, and More! by Danielle Ashley

Good morning and happy Friday, BroadwayWorld Today's big news JERSEY BOYS announces Off-Broadway return, Janet Metz reprises Role in JOSEPH, and more

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Theatre News: Starlight Express to make a return to London stage

Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical will play three concert-style workshop performances at The Other Palace

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Review: Edinburgh review: Tumble Tuck (Underbelly)

Sarah Milton's one-woman show follows a young swimmer as her life unravels around her

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Interviews: Douglas Maxwell: 'I sent 21 plays to the Traverse before I had my first one accepted'

The Scottish playwright on starting out, misfires and his controversial new play The Whip Hand in the Traverse Theatre's line-up

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: On Ice at Summerhall by Rosemary Waugh

Once upon a time, I bought an ice rink... Rosemary Waugh reviews Suzanne Grotenhuis's new show about heartbreak and ice-skates. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: On Ice at Summerhall appear…

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Full casting announced for revival of People, Places and Things by Tim Bano

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming tour of Duncan Macmillan’s People, Places and Things. Michael Balogun, Trevor Fox, Susan Lawson-Reynolds,

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Plans for £75m creative arts building at Leeds Beckett University given green light by Tim Bano

Leeds City Council has approved plans for a new £75 million creative arts building at Leeds Beckett University. The 14,500 sq metre

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‘West End ticket prices are dreadful’ – theatre producer Thelma Holt by Georgia Snow

  Producer Thelma Holt has become the latest figure to rail against “dreadful” West End ticket prices, claiming they promote a culture

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Elaine Paige: ‘British musical theatre relies too much on revivals’ by Giverny Masso

Elaine Paige has called for more new British musicals, claiming there are “too many revivals”. The UK is “still waiting for the

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Review: Herbie Hancock at The Kennedy Center by Gina Jun

Legendary Oscar and multi-Grammy-winning pianist and Kennedy Center Honoree Herbie Hancock solidified his avant-garde artistry on the Concert Hall stage Tuesday night, highlighting “smatte…

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REVIEW: Eve, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Festival ✭✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon What a story. Eve will be one of the most honest accounts of change and transgression that you will see on the Fringe. This post REVIEW: Eve, Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh Festi…

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BWW Review: OLYMPILADS, Theatre N16 by Cindy Marcolina

Andrew Maddock explores a difficult family relationship marred by old issues and mental health in his new play. While Darren Nebiu Samuel believes he's going to beat Usain Bolt in the Men's …

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EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: BREXIT THE MUSICAL, C Venues by Gregor Dickson

Brexit the Musical isn't the only show in this year's Edinburgh Festival Fringe to be inspired by recent political goings-on, but it's likely to be the funniest.

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Charlotte Cooper, Will Jennings, and More Announced For THE NIGHT PIRATES at Rose Theatre Kingston by BroadwayWorld

Rose Theatre Kingston and Nick Brooke Productions Ltd today announce the cast for the world premiere of The Night Pirates, adapted from the best-selling children's book by Peter Harris and D…

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Review: Kin, Underbelly Circus Hub by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Following their smash-hit Bromance at the 2015 Edinburgh Fringe Festival, Barely Methodical Troupe return with Kin, a daring and innovative hybrid of circus and theatre. Five men compete for…

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Review: Leviathan, Dance Base by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Loosely inspired by Moby-Dick, the novel written in 1851 by American author Henry Melville, Leviathan is the most recent production from James Wilton Dance. Featuring a cast of seven and pow…

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Review: Dust, Underbelly Cowgate by Samson Hawkins

There could be an entire brochure of one person shows about mental illness this year. Most being long drawn out stories of someone’s life, ending with the hopeful message of talking ab…

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Full Casting Announced for PEOPLE, PLACES & THINGS UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

Full casting has been announced on Jeremy Herrin's much anticipated UK revival of Duncan Macmillan's highly acclaimed People, Places amp Things.

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BlackCatfishMusketeer review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘intricate, intelligent play’ by Natasha Tripney

Romantic comedies can be toxic. More often than not they reduce love to something neat and clean, full of easily surmounted obstacles.

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Jerry’s Girls: The Jerry Herman Revue at the York Theatre Through Sunday, August 13 by Marilyn Lester

Never mind the dog days of August. For relief from a currently fraught political situation – or any of life’s woes – Jerry’s Girls is just the ticket. This special Summer Musicals in…

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Round up: Dance at Wilderness 2017 by Rachel Elderkin

From samba-inspired workshops to dancing naked: Rachel Elderkin reviews a selection of the dance line up at Wilderness 2017. The post Round up: Dance at Wilderness 2017 appeared first on Exe…

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Jelly Beans review at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh – ‘grubby yet compelling’ by Natasha Tripney

Dan Pick’s first full-length play, Jelly Beans, takes the form of an unsettling journey into a man’s mind. It’s a grubby yet

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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our BroadwayWorld 8/11 - CHICAGO, KILL LOCAL, 42ND STREET, and More! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature…

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No Show review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘thrilling’ by Anna Winter

An all-female company of circus artists play cleverly with the invocation of spectacle and its denial in the fascinating No Show. Demonstrations

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri to talk to Late Company cast in West End premiere by Terri Paddock

Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to the stars and director of the European premiere of Jordan Tannahill's LATE COMPANY, transferring from the Finborough Theatre to the West End's Tra…

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Looking at Lucian review at Ustinov Studio, Bath – ‘stunning portrait of Lucian Freud’ by Jeremy Brien

Henry Goodman previously portrayed that doyen of repressed fears, Sigmund Freud, in Terry Johnson’s surreal comedy Hysteria. So it doesn’t take a

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London Bubble’s Tales from the Arabian Nights review in Greenwich Park – ‘moments of boredom and brilliance’ by Bridget Minamore

South-east London company London Bubble’s return to promenade theatre after seven years with Tales from the Arabian Nights is a welcome one

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Today on Broadway: Friday, August 11, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Critics Weight In on “Terms of My Surrender” and “A Doll’s House, Part 2’s” New Cast. “Jersey Boys” Set to Return to New York! “…

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Theatre News: Radio 1's Cel Spellman joins the cast of Talk Radio play

Eric Bogosian's Pulitzer Prize-nominated piece runs at the Old Red Lion later this month

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Review: Review: Looking at Lucian (Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath)

Alan Franks's new play sees Henry Goodman tackle the role of Lucian Freud

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Video: Watch a teaser of Luke Wright's Frankie Vah

The poet and theatremaker's new show is currently running at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe

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Step review – well-choreographed dance doc bursting with positivity by Peter Bradshaw

A Baltimore girls high-school dance team boost their self-esteem while they’re busting moves in this heartfelt, feelgood documentary Stepping is a vivid and passionate style of street danc…

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Much Ado About Nothing and Blak Whyte Gray: this week’s best UK theatre and dance by Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

Shakespeare’s play gets a Mexican makeover in Matthew Dunster’s revival, while Boy Blue Entertainment explores images of freedom in a turbulent world1 Much Ado About NothingShakespeare…

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Lemonade review at Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh – ‘fascinating’ by Paul Vale

When life gives you lemons, you make lemonade. This old adage is explored by Heather Litteer in Lemonade, a fascinating, richly textured

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Party Game review at Wee Red Bar, Edinburgh – ‘meandering, overlong and extremely dull’ by Anna Winter

Despite the trappings of jollity, site-specific show Party Game is an invitation to boredom amongst the bunting. The audience gather inside a

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BWW Review: Paco Pena's FLAMENCURA at Sadler's Wells by Vikki Jane Vile

A flamenco show is always easy to spot when you take your seat at the theatre. The stage is stark except for a few unevenly placed chairs. The performers are left to do all the work here and…

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BWW Review: Paco Pe?a's FLAMENCURA at Sadler's Wells by Vikki Jane Vile

A flamenco show is always easy to spot when you take your seat at the theatre. The stage is stark except for a few unevenly placed chairs. The performers are left to do all the work here and…

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Mia: Daughters of Fortune review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘packed with ideas’ by Dave Fargnoli

Packed with ideas and delivered with infectious enthusiasm, Mia: Daughters of Fortune examines the challenges facing parents with learning disabilities. A series

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Review: Secret Theatre: Project Mayhem by Ka Bradley

Mind the fake blood and bring cash for the bar: Ka Bradley reviews the latest show from Secret Studio Lab based on [redacted]. The post Review: Secret Theatre: Project Mayhem appeared first…

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Pulled review at C Royale, Edinburgh – ‘struggles to get anywhere fast’ by Lauren Mooney

Amanda and Michelle are hungover as fuck and getting the fear. Holed up together in Amanda’s flat, they pick through the whats,

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Review: Apologia at Trafalgar Studios by Neil Dowden

A defence, not an apology: Neil Dowden reviews Stockard Channing in Alexi Kaye Campbell's dinner party drama. The post Review: Apologia at Trafalgar Studios appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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NEWS: Jonathan Slinger joins Tanya Moodie in Trouble in Mind transfer, Full cast announced by Press Releases

Following his West End musical turn in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Jonathan Slinger will join Tanya Moodie in the London transfer of Alice Childress' Trouble in Mind at the Print Room.

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No Miracles Here review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘unusual and engaging’ by Paul Vale

Plays about mental health issues may be ubiquitous at the Fringe but No Miracles Here adopts such an unusual and engaging approach

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The 10 best things to do this week: Against, Edinburgh book festival and Grizzly Bear by The Guide

Ben Whishaw stars in a post-truth play at the Almeida in London, the Scottish literary event celebrates 70 years and the US rockers unveil a new albumAgainstPart of the post-truth theatre se…

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Theatre News: Exclusive: Full cast announced for UK tour of People, Places and Things

Jeremy Herrin's touring production opens in Manchester in September

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Offside at Pleasance Courtyard by Hannah Greenstreet

Hannah Greenstreet reviews Futures Theatre's passionate celebration of women's football. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Offside at Pleasance Courtyard appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Hear Me Raw at Underbelly by Lauren Mooney

The horrible world of wellness: Lauren Mooney on Daniella Isaacs' blistering one woman show about clean living. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Hear Me Raw at Underbelly appeared first on …

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Lists for the End of the World review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘perfectly pleasant’ by Ben Kulvichit

Lists have great potential as performance texts. Forced Entertainment have made shows composed entirely of them, in which the mundane rubs up

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Ella Enchanted review at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh – ‘warm but not especially exciting’ by Lauren Mooney

After a well-meaning but misguided fairy gives Ella the ‘gift’ of obedience at birth, and she grows up unable to disobey any

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Summer Shorts Series A

Summer Shorts Series A Off Broadway, 59E59 Theaters Reviewed by Adrienne Urbanski BOTTOM LINE: Summer Shorts Series A offers a variety pack of short plays of vastly differing tones and sub…

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Brothers review at Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh – ‘awkward and stilted’ by Lauren Mooney

Suicide is an epidemic amongst young men, and it’s urgent we tackle ‘man up’ culture to make space for vulnerability. Well-intentioned 203

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The Unmarried review at Underbelly Med Quad, Edinburgh – ‘effusive and effervescent’ by Dave Fargnoli

Brash, daft, and occasionally, elusively euphoric, The Unmarried is a high energy monologue. It revolves around vivacious, vacuous Luna, a woman unable

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Hamilton Tour Kicks Off Los Angeles Run August 11 by Ryan McPhee

The national tour of Lin-Manuel Miranda's musical will play the Pantages Theatre through the end of the year.

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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‘The Sinner’ at Revue Cinema, Toronto by Blouin Artinfo

The 1951 controversial German film “The Sinner” (Die Sünderin) directed by Willi Forst will be screened at Revue Cinema, Toronto.The main cast of the movie were Hildegard Knef, Gus…

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Review: ‘The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari’ featuring Tom Teasley at Constellation Theatre Company by Mike Bevel

When The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari hit German movie screens in 1920, it baffled and delighted audiences who had primarily been entertaining themselves with annual Film Festivals of Fred Ott’…

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‘Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets’ at Ciné 104, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Luc Besson’s science-fiction adventure film “Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets” is now playing at Ciné 104 in Paris.In the 28th century, Valerian and Laureline are special o…

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‘The Misfits’ at La Filmothèque du Quartier Latin, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

The 1961 drama by John Huston, “The Misfits” will be playing at La Filmothèque du Quartier Latin in Paris.Roslyn Taber, a sensitive soul who can’t stand human or animal suffering, has…

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‘The Tin Drum’ at Le Brady, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Volker Schlöndorff’s Oscar-winning 1979 film “The Tin Drum” will be playing at Le Brady in Paris.Oskar Matzerath is a most unusual boy. His mother, Agnes, had two lovers — her cousi…

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‘Le Samouraï’ at Grand Action, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

French filmmaker Jean-Pierre Melville’s 1967 French-Italian crime drama “Le Samouraï” will be screened at Grand Action in Paris.Jef Costello is a perfectionist hit man who is very car…

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'The Duellists' at Walter Reade Theater, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Film Society of Lincoln Center will be screening the 1977 historical drama "The Duellists" at Walter Reade Theater. Directed by Ridley Scott, the screenplay is based on Joseph Conrad's …

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On the Couch with Lucy Heffernan by Arts Review

Who is Lucy Heffernan? I’m an actor living in Sydney, currently in North Bondi. I’m from Wollongong originally, a ‘gong girl’. Aside from being an actor, I’m also a huge dog perso…

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Mark Shenton’s top 10 Edinburgh shows by Mark Shenton

I’m heading back to Edinburgh this weekend for a five-night visit. Last year I went up for two nights only, saw just

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Nicole Serratore: Cinema broadcast leaves angels with dimly-lit faces by Nicole Serratore

Theatre productions beamed into the cinema act as soft diplomacy for the industry. It expands access beyond physical theatres and national boundaries,

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Friday, August 11, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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The Pool: Architecture, Culture and Identity by Arts Review

An eleven metre long pool will be transported to the National Gallery of Victoria for The Pool: Architecture, Culture and Identity – an exhibition that celebrates and explores one of …

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BWW Review: The Resistance Hits Broadway in Michael Moore's THE TERMS OF MY SURRENDER by Michael Dale

Red, white and blue bunting is draped across a stage left box at the Belasco Theatre because, as Michael Moore explains at the beginning of his more-or-less solo Broadway performance, THE TE…

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Annabelle: Creation Star Reveals Biggest Pet Peeves by Young Hollywood

Annabelle: Creation Star Reveals Biggest Pet Peeves YH is pleased to welcome the talented Talitha Bateman to the Studio to chat about her terrifying film 'Annabelle: Creation' and also to ge…

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Annabelle: Creation Star Plays Fact or Fiction? by Young Hollywood

Annabelle: Creation Star Plays Fact or Fiction? We're hanging out at the YH Studio with 'Annabelle: Creation' star Talitha Bateman where we decide to test her knowledge on some spooky trivia…

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Review: Little Fish (Kokandy Productions) by Catey Sullivan

The cast of Kokandy Productions' Little Fish, by Michael John LaChuisa, is capable enough, and they make beautiful music together. The show sinks, nonetheless, because it’s both predictabl…

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White Night returns to Melbourne and Ballarat in 2018 by Arts Review

The Victorian Government has announced that the ever popular White Night Melbourne will once again take place, as well as return to Ballarat for a second time, in 2018. Minister for Tourism …

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Michael Moore’s All Star Opening Night Broadway Audience: From Harry Belafonte, Rosie O’Donnell, Marlo Thomas, Phil Donahue And More by Regina Weinreich

Michael Moore scored an all star audience for his opening night on Broadway. His one man show, “The Terms of My Surrender” Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Theater News: Flashback Friday: As Jersey Boys Returns, We Remember a Wistful Goodbye to Broadway

"Oh, What a Night" the Jersey Boys family had at the 2016 Gypsy of the Year.

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Playbill Answers: How to Audition

Join Playbill Social Media Manager, Felicia Fitzpatrick, as she gives you the inside scoop on how to get involved in your local theatre.

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VIDEO: Tim Minchin Blasts Australian Marriage Equality Plebiscite in New Song by Stage Tube

This afternoon, Groundhog Day composer, Tim Minchin entered thedebate surrounding marriage equality in Australia with his owntwist on the Peter Allen classic,'I Still Call Australia Home'.

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If These Walls Could Talk…? by Arts Review

An intricate mesh of slapstick theatre, astonishing circus skills and powerful storytelling, Dislocate presents If These Walls Could Talk…? at Chapel Off Chapel from 17 August 2017 as pa…

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Michael Moore Debuts One-Man Broadway Play With Gloria Steinem Chat

"There are two seats and two tiny opera gloves for him to wear," he said of inviting Trump to 'Terms of My Surrender.' "Even [Steve] Bannon can come, as long as he doesn't blow himself."read…

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You Asked, We Answered: How to Audition! by Olivia Clement

Playbill’s Felicia Fitzpatrick breaks it down in the very first edition of Playbill Answers.

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