Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Call Me By Your Name’ at City Cinema, New York by Blouin Artinfo

‘Call Me By Your Name’ will be screened at City Cinema, New York. The runtime of the movie is 2 hours 10 minutes. The film is directed by Luca Guadagnino and written by James Ivory. It i…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Saint George and the Dragon, National Theatre review – a modern folk tale in the Olivier by Heather Neill

England’s patron saint travels through time to demonstrate changing views of heroismBold and fearless are adjectives that might describe playwright Rory Mullarkey as accurately as any chiv…

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Rodrigo Terpins’ Impressive Performance during 22nd Edition of the Prestigious Sertoes Rally by Rino16

The Bull Sertoes Rally Team recorded an impressive performance during the 22nd edition of the esteemed Sertoes Rally. Rodrigo Terpins secured position three in the T1 Prototypes category and…

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Rialto Chatter: Is Lindsay Mendez Joining Broadway's CAROUSEL? by BroadwayWorld

The revival of Carousel is on its way to Broadway and it looks like stage star Lindsay Mendez may be joining the cast. No official announcement has been made, but an eagle-eyed viewer caught…

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Dizzee Rascal to Perform at O2 Academy Brixton, London by Blouin Artinfo

Dizzee Rascal’s 14-date UK tour swings into O2 Academy Brixton, London.The “Raskit” hometown show, in support of his new album of the same name, will be one of the highlights of the ra…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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ARDEN/EVERYWHERE by Broadway Select

The post ARDEN/EVERYWHERE appeared first on BroadwaySelect.

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An Authentic Experience Is A Branded Experience by Joe Patti

When people are surveyed about what they want out of an interaction with the arts, among the top answers are authentic experience and an opportunity to share that experience with family and …

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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A Fine Romance: The Magic of Fred Astaire by Arts Review

During the 1970 Academy Awards, there’s a wonderful moment between Fred Astaire and Bob Hope. After some banter regarding Fred never dancing at the Oscars, Bob strikes the band up and …

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Syncing Ink by Darryl Reilly

Mr. Njikam offers a witty take on the classic mythology of a hero’s episodic journey with a lively African-American slant. There are a lot of high school and college scenes with wise teach…

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Photo Flash: Santino Fontana Croons at Broadway at Birdland by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to present Broadway leading man Santino Fontana in his Birdland concert debut on Monday, October 9. Joining Santino onstage were musical dir…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Best Day Ever! See Photos of Ethan Slater & the Cast of SpongeBob SquarePants Get Ready for Broadway by Lindsey Sullivan

Are you ready, kids? SpongeBob SquarePants is heading center stage! Nickelodeon’s super popular cartoon arrives on the Great White Way beginning on November 6 in glorious Broadway musi…

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Sig Ruman: A Touchy Teutonic by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Hollywood’s favorite go-to Teutonic foil Sig Ruman (Siegfried Albon Rumann, 1884-1967). Ruman moved to the U.S. from his native Hamburg in 1924, and five years…

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Broadway & Beyond With GoLocal LIVE by Matthew Wexler

October news features casting news for 'My Fair Lady,' the opening of 'The Band's Visit,' and fun events throughout New York City like Big Apple Circus.

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The Stage Ticketing Survey: Top tickets now exceed £100 for more than half of West End shows by Giverny Masso

For the first time, the majority of shows in the commercial West End charge more than £100 for their best seats, The

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Editor’s view: Ticket prices are a balancing act for all theatres by Alistair Smith

The mixed economy, in which commercial and not-for-profit sectors exist in a symbiotic relationship, is the defining feature of British theatre. In

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Match funding can increase public giving to the arts by 17% – report by Giverny Masso

Arts organisations can raise an extra 17% in public donations when they use match funding, new research has revealed. Arts Council England,

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Alistair Bambridge: Clamp down, but don’t scrap tax relief – it’s a lifeline for theatre by Alistair Bambridge

Britain is blessed with the most dynamic theatre industry in the world – with the West End alone entertaining 14 million people

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In The Stage newspaper this week: October 12 by The Stage

The Stage newspaper comes out once a week and is brimming with industry news, advice, analysis and reviews from all over the

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Dominic Dromgoole: ‘New plays are terrific, but let’s not lose touch with tradition’ by Mark Shenton

Nobody could accuse Dominic Dromgoole of being predictable, whether in his career decisions or talking to journalists, and this interview is no

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Cara Mentzel and Idina Menzel by Broadway.com

Cara Mentzel and Idina Menzel stop by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Cara's new book Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Alexandra Socha & Joshua Boone to Star in Anna Ziegler's Actually Off-Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Stage veterans Alexandra Socha and Joshua Boone are slated to star in Anna Ziegler's two-hander Actually, set to make its New York debut at City Center's Studio at Stage II. Dir…

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Watch Splashy Performance Clips from the SpongeBob SquarePants Rehearsal Room by Broadway.com

Enter the Bikini Bottom rehearsal room with Ethan Slater and the cast of SpongeBob SquarePants.

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BWW TV: Broadway Meets Bikini Bottom- Watch Songs and Meet the Cast from SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! by Tv - Press Previews

A legendary roster of Grammy Award winners. A visionary director and Tony Award-winning design team. One of the world's most beloved and unforgettable characters. Turn them all loose on Broa…

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Gene Weygandt, Suzzanne Douglas Shuffle Off to Drury Lane Theatre’s “42nd Street” by Michael J. Roberts

Drury Lane Theatre continues its 2017-2018 season with 42nd Street, with music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Al Dubin, book by Michael [...]

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Milwaukee Rep’s “MURDER FOR TWO” Begins Performaces Nov. 10 in The Stackner Cabaret by Michael J. Roberts

Milwaukee Repertory Theater  presents Murder for Two, a hilarious murder mystery with 13 roles played by only [...]

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First Floor Theater Presents World Premiere of “TWO MILE HOLLOW” Oct 8-Nov. 4 @ The Den by Michael J. Roberts

First Floor Theater open its sixth season with the world premiere of Leah Nanako Winkler’s explosive satire of [...]

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Northlight Theatre to honor actor Harry Lennix with Speak Up! Award by Michael J. Roberts

Northlight Theatre will honor actor Harry Lennix with the 2017 Speak Up! Award at the Theatre’s premier fundraising event, “Staging the [...]

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New Colony’s World Premiere of “PUNK” plays through Nov. 5 by Michael J. Roberts

The New Colony concludes its 2017 Season with the world premiere of Michael Allen Harris’ prison drama PUNK, co-directed [...]

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Bill Graham and the Rock & Roll Revolution extended at Illinois Holocaust Museum through January 7, 2018 by Michael J. Roberts

“ENCORE! ENCORE!”  In response to visitor demand, Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center will extend its [...]

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The New Colony’s Founders & Co-Artistic Directors Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder To Step Down by Michael J. Roberts

The New Colony announced today that Founding Members and Co-Artistic Directors Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder will step down in [...]

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Broken Nose Theatre Announces Full 2018 Line-Up by Michael J. Roberts

Broken Nose Theatre is pleased to announce a full line-up for 2018, featuring three world premiere [...]

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The Honeymooners Opening Night at Paper Mill Playhouse by Sandi Durell

Paper Mill Playhouse –  recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award, recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award, by special arrangement with Jeffrey Finn, opened the new …

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BWW TV: UVX?Combines?Interactive & Immersive Entertainment Into?'Intermersive' Experience by BroadwayWorld TV

UVX is a theatrical event including musical numbers with dance video feeds audience-interactive events including car-chases, jousts, gun-fights, paper airplanes, world tournaments, and - thr…

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Thomas Z. Shepard Set for SONDHEIM ON THE RECORD Talk at Kaufman Music Center by BroadwayWorld

Record producer Thomas Z. Shepard has won twelve Grammy awards for producing the original cast albums of shows like VictorVictoria, Ain't Misbehavin' and La Cage Aux Folles. He is best known…

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Lesley Ann Warren and Joyce Bulifant to Reprise Roles from THE HAPPIEST MILLIONAIRE to Benefit BC/EFA by BroadwayWorld

Joe's Pub at The Public Theater welcomes Lesley Ann Warren Rogers and Hammerstein's Cinderella, Drat The Cat, 110 in the Shade, Dream and Joyce Bulifant The Mary Tyler Moore Show, Airplane, …

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Photo Flash: First Look at Jane Alexander, Judith Ivey and Denis Arndt in FIREFLIES World Premiere at Long Wharf Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Jane Alexander, Denis Arndt, Judith Ivey, and Christopher Michael McFarland star in the world premiere of Fireflies by Tony Award nominee Matthew Barber, directed by Long Wharf Theatre Artis…

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Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Property Auction Grosses Over $2 Million by Movies News Desk

Profiles in History has announced the results of their Carrie Fisher and Debbie Reynolds Personal Property Auction. The auction was held October 7th, 8th and 9th in Los Angeles. The sale gro…

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How the Story of Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons Went From Jersey Lore to Broadway Hit by Ruthie Fierberg

As Jersey Boys prepares for its New Jersey premiere, Tony-nominated book writer Rick Elice shares the oral history of the Tony-winning musical.

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Theater News: BroadwayCon Announces Initial Programming for Industry Day

The daylong forum for industry professionals will take place on January 25, 2018.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Antrobus family is a stand-in for the rest of us in 'Skin of Our Teeth' by Kerry Reid

Global climate change, cataclysmic hurricanes, the threat of world war — with headlines like those, who wouldn’t want to escape to the theater? Kidding aside, Remy Bumppo has picked a fi…

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Q&A: Ché Walker on NAMT and His New Musical ‘Klook’s Last Stand’ by Stagebuddy News

The National Alliance for Musical Theatre will hold its 29th annual Festival of New Musicals on October 19 and 20 at New World Stages. Klook’s Last Stand, by Ché Walker (book/lyrics),…

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Theater News: Joshua Boone and Alexandra Socha to Star in New York Premiere of Actually

The pair of actors reprise the roles they played at the Williamstown Theatre Festival.

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From Starlight Express to She Loves Me: Look Back at Jane Krakowski on the Stage by Hannah Vine

Krakowski won a Tony Award in 2003 for her performance in Nine.

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Check Out London’s Revised Young Frankenstein by Hannah Vine

The show opened at the West End’s Garrick Theatre October 10.

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Joshua Boone and Alexandra Socha Will Star in Actually Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The New York premiere of Anna Ziegler’s newest drama begins performances October 31.

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The Broadway Cast Welcomes the Revival of Once on This Island by Adam Hetrick

Go inside the exclusive Playbill Pop-Up event featuring Michael Arden, Stephen Flaherty and cast members Alex Newell, and Quenton Earl Darrington.

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Wicked Star Carrie St. Louis Will Help Isaac Sutton Celebrate Sin Cities Las Vegas–NYC! by Robert Viagas

The Israeli star sings pop standards in four languages.

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Chicago actors to perform in Puerto Rico benefit concert by Morgan Greene

A number of Chicago theater performers will appear in a one-night-only concert to benefit Puerto Rico. The lineup will include performances by E. Faye Butler, Donica Lynn, Alexis J. Roston, …

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New Muny express bus to serve Highland, St. Jacob and Troy, Ill. by Mark Schlinkmann St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Madison County Transit will run the Highland Muny Express on Friday nights next summer and will continue its Muny lines from Edwardsville and Alton.

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Charming comedy opens the season at Upstream Theater by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

'Sweet Revenge' infuses comedy with the history of Polish immigrants here

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Jesus Hopped the ‘A’ Train Cancels Performances, Prepares for Cast Change by Olivia Clement

Stephen Adly Guirgis says the cast has “been through hell. But they are all heart!”

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Craft Alliance splits with executive director Boo McLoughlin by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The alliance started as a craft cooperative and now offers exhibitions, craft classes, artist residencies and community programs.

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Odds & Ends: Prince of Broadway Stars to Toast Harold Prince at Manhattan Theatre Club Gala & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Prince of Broadway Cast to Toast Harold Prince at MTC Gala The cast of the new Harold Prince bio-musical Prince of Broadway…

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A Christmas Story Live! Finds Its Ralphie Parker in Newcomer Andy Walken by Andy Lefkowitz

Following a nationwide digital casting call, Andy Walken, an 11-year-old from Seattle, WA, has been cast in the central role of Ralphie Parker in the upcoming live TV presentation of A Chris…

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Rocktopia Melds the Work of Music’s Innovators by Mark A. Robinson

This spring, the great innovators of music, from Beethoven to Queen, and Handel to U2, are set to be celebrated when Rocktopia opens on Broadway for a limited-engagement. For six epic weeks,…

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New Production Can’t Conceal ‘Time and the Conways’ Is Dated by Rex Reed

Act One is rendered unconscious by American actors screeching phony British accents in chirping decibels only a bird can decipher

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TV News: Fox Finds a Young "Ralphie" to Lead A Christmas Story Live!

Meet the 11-year-old who got a star-making role for Christmas.

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Theater News: Annie Baker, Taylor Mac Receive 2017 MacArthur "Genius" Grants

This year's winners of the $625,000 prize have been announced.

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Idina Menzel’s little sis had a rough life growing up in her shadow by Barbara Hoffman

Sometimes it’s hard to let it go. That’s what Idina Menzel’s younger sister learned while growing up in the shadow of the future “Frozen” star — the Anna to her Elsa. As Cara Men…

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Jack And Jill Plays - Part 56 - Something Else by Adam Szymkowicz

Play by me.  Ask me should you wish to do anything with it. Something Else by Adam Szymkowicz (JACK with a bubble wand, blowing bubbles.  Enter JILL.) JILL Everything is impossi…

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Theater News: Pasadena Playhouse Announces Casting for King Charles III

The future history play makes its Los Angeles debut this fall.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Fox’s A Christmas Story Live! Finds Its Ralphie in 11-Year-Old Andy Walken by Ryan McPhee

Walken joins Matthew Broderick and Maya Rudolph for the December broadcast.

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Syncing Ink

Syncing Ink Off Off Broadway, The Flea Reviewed by Maria Paz Alegre BOTTOM LINE: You will throw your hands in the air, and clap until you just don’t care! A true MC is the paramount goa…

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KPOP Creators to Appear on Next Week's THEATER TALK by BroadwayWorld

THEATER TALK, winner of the 2017 Emmy Award for Best InterviewDiscussion Show in the NYC area, delves into the immersive new musical KPOP, set in a Korean pop music factory.

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Disney Villains and More to Spook Audiences at Feinstein's/54 Below for Halloween by BroadwayWorld

Celebrate Halloween at Feinstein's54 Below from October 23-31 with a spook-tacular array of shows that will feature scary tunes, ghost stories, Disney villains, an original tale of blood and…

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VIDEO: Journey to ROCKTOPIA with Highlights from the Broadway-Bound Show! by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported earlier today, this spring, the international music sensation ROCKTOPIA will rock Broadway for six epic weeks, March 20 - April 29, 2018 at The Broadway Theatre 168…

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BWW TV: Broadway Meets Bikini Bottom! Watch Songs and Meet the Cast from SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! by Tv - Press Previews

A legendary roster of Grammy Award winners. A visionary director and Tony Award-winning design team. One of the world's most beloved and unforgettable characters. Turn them all loose on Broa…

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

In the Next Room (or the Vibrator Play) - TimeLine Theatre Company at Stage 773, 1225 W. Belmont Ave. is offering $15 industry tickets during previews October 20 - 25 using the code INDUSTRY…

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Mårten Spångberg, the bad boy of contemporary dance by Lyndsey Winship

The Dane likes his audience to leave their phones on and has a troupe that's the choreographic equivalent of Occupy. He explains why he's aiming for 'something neo-liberalism can't cope with…

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Bruce Springsteen And Bette Midler Break Broadway Records by Lee Seymour

Over a lucrative holiday weekend, The Boss made one of the biggest splashes in Broadway history.

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Carmen Esposito and Rhea Butcher's 'Back to Back' comedy tour feels more urgent with their TV show in limbo by Steve Johnson

A funny thing on happened on the way to Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher’s triumphant fall comedy tour that would have been supported, in a sense, by the upcoming second season of the mar…

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Androboros Review. America’s First Play: Political, Satirical, Scatological by New York Theater

Nearly everything about “Androboros” makes it sound like a must-see show. It was America’s first published play, printed in 1714, yet there is no record it has ever been publicly perfo…

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Rita Wilson Returns to Café Carlyle by Sandi Durell

    By Sandi Durell   The tall, good looking perky blonde is, once again, in residency at the Café Carlyle and is an appealing sight. Although, audiences are mainly used to h…

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Waitress Star Betsy Wolfe to Help NY Pops Celebrate Female Songwriters by Robert Viagas

She will reunite with her Last Five Years co-star Adam Kantor for the November 17 Carnegie Hall concert.

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The Theater Offensive Announces Inaugural OUT’hood Fest by American Theatre Editors

The new festival will lift up stories by LGBTQ artists of color in Boston.

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Halloween in NYC? Here Are 10 Shows & Events That Should Be on Your Radar

If you're looking for Halloween plans in NYC, we've got you covered.

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‘Rocktopia’ and ‘Home for the Holidays’ to Hit Broadway by Andrew R. Chow

“Rocktopia,” created by the Broadway actor and Trans-Siberian Orchestra member Rob Evan, will mix classical and rock songs at the Broadway Theater.

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Boîte: Alan Cumming Brings His Cabaret to the East Village by Brian Sloan

The actor took over the former Eastern Bloc gay bar, and turned it into Club Cumming.

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Rocktopia, New Concert Showcasing Mozart, Queen & Journey, to Play Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Rocktopia, an acclaimed concert that has seen great success on international tours, will land at the Broadway Theatre for a six-week run from March 20 through April 29, 2018. Created by stag…

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See Elizabeth McGovern, Anna Camp & More Celebrate Opening Night of Time and the Conways by Lindsey Sullivan

Audiences are in for a great adventure! The revival of J.B. Priestley's Time and the Conways officially opened on October 10 at the American Airlines Theatre. The time-traveling play sta…

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Theater News: Tony Vincent, Rob Evan to Return to Broadway in Rocktopia

The show will play the Broadway Theatre this spring.

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Review: The Honeymooners

Ralph Kramden makes his stage debut at Paper Mill Playhouse.

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Broken Nose Theatre announces 2018 season by Morgan Greene

Broken Nose Theatre has announced its 2018 season, which will include three world premiere productions. First up on the lineup is Michael Allen Harris’ “Kingdom” (March 2-31), a comedy…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Papermill Playhouse, Signature Theatre, Disney Theatrical, and Pekoe Group Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill.com's Job Listings offers an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry. From auditions to administrative roles, Playbill.com is the online source for ca…

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Hollywood loves and defends bad boys like David Letterman, Roman Polanski and more by Oscar E. Moore

No one should worry about Harvey Weinstein. He will be fine. He will be back working in Hollywood with all his friends soon. Just look at David Letterman, Roman Polanski, Bill Cosby, Bill …

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A Cuban Theatre Group's U.S. Premiere Canceled After Visa Complications by Ryan McPhee

Cuba's Ludi Teatro was to perform as part of the Chicago International Latino Theater Festival.

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Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder step down as New Colony's co-artistic directors by Morgan Greene

The New Colony’s founding members and co-artistic directors Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder will step down from their positions in January at the end of the company’s current season, it w…

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch’s John Cameron Mitchell Will Host 2017 IFP Gotham Awards by Andrew Gans

The ceremony, which celebrates independent film and media, will honor Dustin Hoffman, Nicole Kidman, and more.

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Breaking: ROCKTOPIA to Mash Up Mozart, Queen, Tchaikovsky, Pink Floyd and More on Broadway This Spring by BroadwayWorld

This spring, the international music sensation ROCKTOPIA will rock Broadway for six epic weeks, March 20 - April 29, 2018 at The Broadway Theatre 1681 Broadway.

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Jim Abele to Play Title Role in KING CHARLES lll at Pasadena Playhouse; Cast Complete! by BroadwayWorld

Pasadena Playhouse, the State Theatre of California, announces the cast and creative team for the Los Angeles Premiere of King Charles III by Mike Bartlett, the second production of the 2017…

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New iPad App Streamlines Creative Process for Broadway, TV & Film Teams by BroadwayWorld

Leading theatrical licensor Music Theatre International has partnered with ProductionPro Technologies Inc. to bring an innovative new iPad app successfully used by creative teams in TV, film…

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FREEZE FRAME: Meet the Company of SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS on Broadway! by Walter McBride

A legendary roster of Grammy Award winners. A visionary director and Tony Award-winning design team. One of the world's most beloved and unforgettable characters. Turn them all loose on Broa…

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Angelina Fiordellisi to Lead Reading of New Musical About Maria Montessori by BroadwayWorld

La Dottoressa, a new musical about the feminist, scientist, educator, mother and advocate for world peace, Maria Montessori, presents a reading at Lincoln Center on Friday, October 20 at 3pm.

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Rocktopia Will Play Limited Broadway Engagement in 2018 by Andrew Gans

Rob Evan, Tony Vincent, Kimberly Nichole, and more will be part of the cast.

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Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Step in for Bernadette Peters at Texas Concert by Robert Viagas

He will sing at the annual gala for Dallas Summer Musicals.

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Funny Cow review – Maxine Peake blazes in the dark days of standup by Peter Bradshaw

Peake is hypnotically belligerent as an ambitious club performer trampling over prejudice and sticky carpets on the 1970s comedy circuitMaxine Peake dominates the screen as producer and star…

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Vanessa Williams to Spend ‘Sweetest Days’ in Connecticut by Robert Viagas

The Tony Award nominee will sing numbers from her Broadway hits in a November 4 concert.

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Trip to the Moon: Paper Mill Playhouse’s ‘The Honeymooners’ by Matthew Wexler

A world-premiere musical comedy inspired by the classic television series.

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Theatre in Review by David Barbour

George Kelly's THE SHOW-OFF has long been considered a classic American comedy, but, increasingly, I'm beginning to wonder why.

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Shaina Taub Named Recipient of Billie Burke Ziegfeld Award by Olivia Clement

The singer, composer, and actor has been awarded The Ziegfeld Club’s $10,000 prize.

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BWW TV: CONWAYS on Parade! Go Inside Opening Night with the Cast by BroadwayWorld TV

Time stopped last night at the American Airlines Theatre, when Time and the Conways officially returned to Broadway. The Roundabout Theatre Companyproduction opened last night, October 10, 2…

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Victor Garber Exits CW Drama Series in Preparation for HELLO, DOLLY! by TV News Desk

Victor Garber will exit his role on The CW's LEGENDS OF TOMORROW as he prepares to take over the role of Horace Vandergelder in Broadway's HELLO, DOLLY

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Items from Berry Gordy's Life and Career Up for Auction at Motown Mansion by BroadwayWorld

A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to own items from the Motown Mansion, the home once owned by Motown Records Founder Berry Gordy, Jr., will take place during an estate sale and global auctio…

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Theater News: Afterglow Receives a Third Extension

Original company member Robbie Simpson will return to the cast of S. Asher Gelman's play.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Jason Moran & Q-Tip’ at the Kennedy Center’s Terrace Theater by Nicole Hertvik

It started with the basics. Q-Tip took us back to the early days of hip-hop, to 1973 when soldiers were returning from Vietnam and the architects of hip-hop started doing their thing in obsc…

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Drury Lane sets '42nd Street' cast by Morgan Greene

Come and meet those dancing feet. Drury Lane Theatre announced the complete cast of “42nd Street” Wednesday. The production will star Suzzanne Douglas as Dorothy Brock, Gene Weygandt as …

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MTI Partners With iPad App Behind Hamilton and Frozen to Make Licensed Productions a Success by Adam Hetrick

ProductionPro’s Digital Rehearsal Notebook will allow professional and amateur productions to utilize the same technologies that powered some of Broadway’s biggest hits.

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Kristin Chenoweth to Lead The Real Fairy Godmother TV Pilot by First Date Writers by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway darling and TV veteran Kristin Chenoweth has landed a new TV pilot! The Real Fairy Godmother, starring Chenoweth and written by Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner (the pair who&nb…

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Joel Grey, Norm Lewis, Marin Mazzie Will Take a Bow to Hal Prince by Robert Viagas

Manhattan Theatre Club’s annual gala will honor the 21-time Tony Award winner.

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Theater News: Michaela Murphy Named Director of Education at Bucks County Playhouse

Murphy will launch a series of storytelling events in October, November, and December.

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Asking For It’s frank talk about sexual consent warrants a better ending by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

New production at Streetcar Crowsnest drawing from Jian Ghomeshi incident gets intriguingly personal but concludes with an afterthought.

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Take a Look at Jason Gotay, Brennyn Lark, and More in The Prince of Egypt World Premiere by Hannah Vine

The new Stephen Schwartz musical makes its debut with TheatreWorks Silicon Valley.

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Live Like LuPone! Patti LuPone's Former Connecticut Home is For Sale by Stephanie Wild

According to countryliving.com, a farmhouse in Kent, Connecticut that was once home to Patti LuPone is now for sale The classic cabin-style home is on top of a plateau giving it a perfect vi…

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VIDEO: Meet the Islanders! ONCE ON THIS ISLAND Cast Gets Ready for Broadway by Stage Tube

In a new episode of the YouTube video series 'Journey to the Island,' the cast of the upcoming Broadway revival of Once on the Island discuss what it's been like working together so far, and…

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Santa Rosa museum honoring ‘Peanuts’ cartoonist Charles Schulz safe for now

The museum honoring legendary “Peanuts” cartoonist Charles M. Schulz remains safe from the wildfires consuming Wine Country, a spokeswoman confirmed Wednesday. The Charles M. Schulz Muse…

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Shona White and Kieran Brown to Lead SCOTS IN THE CITY at the Arts Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Celebrate St Andrews Day in style with a host of leading West End performers in London in 'Scots In the City' It's not all bagpipes and Brigadoon...

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Westfield News Group ArtsBeat for 10/11/17 by Mark G. Auerbach

Theatre and performing arts news for WMass and No.CT. "Seder" premieres at Hartford Stage. "School of Rock" heads to Hartford's Bushnell, and more.

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Photo Flash: Princess Cruises Celebrates BORN TO DANCE Premiere with Stephen Schwartz by BroadwayWorld

Princess Cruises celebrated the New York premiere of 'Born to Dance,' the latest offering from its first-of-its-kind partnership with Stephen Schwartz, Oscar, Grammy and Tony Award-winning c…

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FROM DOWN UNDER: The Second Hurricane by Simon Parris

A group of six school students volunteer to assist with the clean up and rescue mission after a hurricane hits the tropics. Stranded after the pilot experiences engine troubles, the group of…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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BalletBoyz, Fourteen Days, Sadler's Wells, London, review: The company dance with assurance by Zoë Anderson, Zoë Anderson

BalletBoyz return with their original project - four pieces created in only 14 days

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Canadian Opera Company Dominates Toronto's Dora Awards by Ben Mattison

The Canadian Opera Company has received 16 nominations for Toronto's Dora Mavor Moore Awards, including five of the six nominations for outstanding opera production.

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VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Calls Trump 'Desperate Cheeto' in New Song Parody by Stephanie Wild

Randy Rainbow is at it again with another song parody, this time poking fun at the way President Donald Trump handled the victims of the recent hurricane in Puerto Rico. Check out 'Desperate…

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Your First Look at the SpongeBob SquarePants Musical on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The musical, based on the Nickelodeon cartoon series, begins previews November 7.

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Interviews: Mike Bartlett: 'I was staggered that Doctor Foster was so popular'

The playwright and Doctor Foster writer explains why he's gone a bit Chekhovian for his latest play Albion

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Anarchy at the ice rink: when comedy, theatre and nonsense collide by Tim Jonze

Tony Law is going where no comic has gone before: staging a play about global warming – on ice. Our writer gets his skates on and crashes into a chaotic rehearsalYou might not guess it fro…

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Theatre to stage musical based on imaginary death of Katie Hopkins by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Writer Chris Bush says The Assassination of Katie Hopkins will explore issues of ‘truth, celebrity and public outrage’Memorable British musicals in recent years have tackled difficult, c…

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Review: Time and a Family Are Shaped In ‘Time and the Conways’ by Jil Picariello

By Jil Picariello, Theater Editor, October 11, 2017 Who knew the Countess of Grantham had it in her? After years of playing the good-hearted American mom on everyone’s favorite British soa…

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Livestreaming the Judaica project at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center in New York City—Mon, Oct 16 2017 by Dorothea_rodgers@emerson.edu (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center in New York City presents the Judaica project with Nazlıhan Eda Erçin (Turkey), Agnieszka Mendel (Poland), & Ben Spatz (US) livestre…

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Spider-Man’s Patrick Page, Reeve Carney, and T.V. Carpio Will Reunite for Hadestown in Canada by Andrew Gans

Anaïs Mitchell's acclaimed folk opera will make its pre-Broadway Canadian premiere in November; the cast also includes Amber Gray.

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"Blade Runner 2049" at Picturehouse Gate, London by Blouin Artinfo

 “Blade Runner 2049” is currently being screened at Picturehouse Gate, London. The film  is actually a sequel to the 1982 film “Blade Runner.”The 163 minutes film features …

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Photo Flash: Bikini Bottom Comes to Life in SpongeBob SquarePants' Broadway Rehearsal Room

Get a sneak peek of the new musical inspired by the cartoon classic.

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Five Questions: Anchuli Felicia King by Ned Moore

Anchuli Felicia King is a multidisciplinary artist of Thai-Australian descent who works primarily in live theater.

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"School Life" at Genesis, London, #DirectedByWomen 2017 by Blouin Artinfo

“School Life” will be screened at Genesis, London. The film is part of the #DirectedByWomen2017 festival celebrated at the theatre. The festival will have 52 films directed by female dir…

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Tony Winner Kristin Chenoweth Stars In ABC’s New Pilot The Real Fairy Godmother by Ruthie Fierberg

The TV show helmed by Hairspray Live producers Craig Zadan and Neil Meron comes from First Date writers Alan Zachary and Michael Weiner.

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Fringe Encore Series 2017 Review: ‘Kafka and Son’ at SoHo Playhouse by Deb Miller

In November 1919, the 36-year-old Modernist writer Franz Kafka wrote a searing 45-page letter to his domineering father Hermann, dissecting his tyrannical attitude and lifelong emotional abu…

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David Zayas, Taylor Schilling, Rosal Colon and muMs to Perform at Cherry Lane's INDESTRUCTIBLE Benefit for Puerto Rico & Mexico by BroadwayWorld

Cherry Lane Theatre will present INDESTRUCTIBLE A Special Benefit Event, to help those affected in Puerto Rico and Mexico, due to the recent natural disasters.

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Broadway's Nathan Lane Claims He Was Attacked by Harvey Weinstein During Event by BroadwayWorld

As TALES of sexual harassment by Harvey Weinstein continue to surface this week, a new report in the New York Post reveals that Broadway's Nathan Lane had his own unfortunate encounter with …

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Adam Kantor and Betsy Wolfe to Celebrate 'WOMEN OF NOTES' with The New York Pops by BroadwayWorld

The New York Pops, under the baton of Music Director Steven Reineke, pays tribute to female composers and lyricists of the stage and screen on Friday, November 17 at 800 p.m. in Stern Audito…

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Industry Interview: Get Situated with Damian Bazadona- President of Situation Interactive! by Robert Diamond

Situation Interactive is a digital-first marketing agency that works with many of the world's leading arts, entertainment and media brands including Wicked the Musical, Major League Soccer, …

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2 Ingredients of ‘Oh My Sweet Land’: A Refugee Crisis and Kibbeh by American Theatre Editors

Food and homecoming are at the heart of Amir Nazir Zuabi's one-woman play, as staged near hot stoves in New York and the Bay Area.

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Architecture: if you talk about it, they will come. . .

From sold-out lectures to burgeoning biennials, why have architects become such crowd-pleasers?

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LABOUR OF LOVE – West End by Shanine Salmon

James Graham’s latest play covers twenty-seven years of the life of a small town Labour MP across two-and-a-half hours, but it’s frustratingly a middling affair. As a satirical comedy, i…

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Theater News: Cherry Lane Theatre to Present a Special Benefit for Puerto Rico and Mexico

Irene Sofia Lucio, Taylor Schilling, and more will participate in the charity event.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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A right to remain silent, as the volume of the Weinstein scandal rises by Martha Schabas

Actress Ellie Moon’s Asking For It, a play inspired by the Jian Ghomeshi trial, offers insight into why women often stay silent in the wake of sexual violence

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Victory Condition, Royal Court, London, review: A fairly chilly theatrical encounter by Holly Williams, Holly Williams

Both monologues are delivered in a monotone that makes it hard to stay tuned in Chris Thorpe's short two-hander

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Concert Review: Pharaoh Sanders Quartet at Blackman Auditorium by Arts Fuse Editor

Sometimes Pharaoh Sanders came back and played like a primordial saxophone deity, cutting into the rhythm section like an act of penetration.

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Spider-Man Alums Patrick Page, Reeve Carney & T.V. Carpio to Reunite for Hadestown Canada Debut by Andy Lefkowitz

A trio of stars who appeared in the Broadway musical Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark will lead the company of the Canadian debut of the musical Hadestown. Patrick Page, who played the Gre…

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Hansel and Gretel review at V&A Museum of Childhood – ‘resourceful, accessible opera’ by Tim Bano

Engelbert Humperdinck’s Hansel and Gretel is full of catchy ditties and an easy-to-follow plot. It’s already one of the most accessible operas

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Trump – The Panto at Leicester Square Theatre cancelled by Giverny Masso

A production of Trump – The Panto at London’s Leicester Square Theatre has been cancelled. The satirical show about Donald Trump was

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Anna Camp Reveals Her Secret Backstory for Broadway’s Time and the Conways by Ruthie Fierberg

During Playbill’s opening night red carpet live stream, Camp divulged a bombshell that will change the way you watch the Broadway revival.

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Theatre News: Brief Encounter returns in Birmingham REP's new season

The theatre also hosts a world premiere from Gurpreet Kaur Bhatti

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NT aims to reduce reliance on commercial transfers in bumper year for home audiences by Georgia Snow

The National Theatre has detailed its attempts to move away from using commercial transfers to balance the books, admitting that it had

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BalletBoyz: Fourteen Days review – daring dance created at breakneck speed by Judith Mackrell

Sadler’s Wells, London Working to a tight deadline, Javier De Frutos, Iván Pérez, Christopher Wheeldon and Craig Revel Horwood respond to the theme of balance in new pieces, presented al…

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Sex, drugs and rock and roll: sounds good? Turns out the formula’s not foolproof. by Peter Marks

Ambitious “I’ll Get You Back Again” at Round House Theatre is all over the place.

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Refugee drama remains calm in ‘Sotto Voce’ by Nelson Pressley

The Nilo Cruz play cleverly weaves border issues across decades and hemispheres.

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Tom Hanks: Confirm or Deny by Maureen Dowd

The actor is convinced that typewriters are making a comeback.

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With...Tom Hanks: Hollywood’s Most Decent Fella on Harvey, Trump and History by Maureen Dowd

As accusations rain on a kingpin of his industry, the actor known for his American hero roles begins a tour for his wide-eyed book of short stories.

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NEWS: Premiere of new play Picasso starring Peter Tate inaugurates Playground Theatre by Press Releases

London's newest Off-West End venue, the Playground, will officially open its doors to the public for the first time next month with the world premiere of PICASSO, a new play about the renown…

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Shaina Taub Honored with The Ziegfeld Club's 2017 Emerging Composer Grant by BroadwayWorld

The Ziegfeld Club, Inc., one of New York City's first performing arts charities to benefit women, has announced that Lucile Lortel Award-Nominee Shaina Taub Natasha, Pierre and the Great Com…

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Annie Baker, Taylor Mac Among 2017 MacArthur 'Genius' Grant Recipients by BroadwayWorld

Playwright Annie Baker and performance artist Taylor Mac are among the recipients of this year's MacArthur Fellowship, or 'Genius' grants.

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Ballet Boyz: Fourteen Days review at Sadler’s Wells – ‘an intriguing concept’ by Rachel Elderkin

Four choreographers and 14 days for each to create a work. The concept behind BalletBoyz latest programme is straightforward enough – the

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Review: A Bloated ‘Honeymooners’ at the Paper Mill Playhouse by Christopher Caggiano

By Christopher Caggiano, Contributing Writer, October 11, 2017 They don’t write ‘em like this any more. For good reason. As any Baby Boomer knows, “The Honeymooners” was a short-live…

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Read Reviews for London’s Revised Young Frankenstein by Ryan McPhee

The Mel Brooks musical made its U.K. debut at Newcastle’s Theatre Royal prior to a West End Bow.

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Interviews: Reflections on KPOP From Jason Kim, Ashley Park, and Jason Tam

Three of the major creative forces behind Ars Nova's latest immersive spectacle discuss their relationship with K-pop and the entertainment industry.

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Go Inside Rehearsals for Uncommon Sense at the Sheen Center by Marc J. Franklin

The Tectonic Theater Project’s production, directed by Andy Paris, is set to make its New York premiere October 25.

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Q&A: Imani Uzuri on NAMT and Her New Musical ‘GIRL Shakes Loose’ by Stagebuddy News

The National Alliance for Musical Theatre will hold its 29th annual Festival of New Musicals on October 19 and 20 at New World Stages. GIRL Shakes Loose, by Imani Uzuri (music/lyrics), Zakiy…

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Devoted dancing from the BalletBoyz at Sadler’s Wells, London

The programme was a mixed affair, redeemed by the alert physicality of its casts

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Photo Flash: The Actors Fund Opens The Shubert Pavilion in Englewood by BroadwayWorld

The Actors Fund Home 155-175 West Hudson Avenue, Englewood, New Jersey, an acclaimed assisted living and skilled nursing care facility for the performing arts and entertainment community, ce…

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Michael Feinstein to Return to Feinstein's/54 Below with New Holiday Show CHRISTMAS CROONERS by BroadwayWorld

This holiday season, two-time Emmy Award- and five-time Grammy Award-nominated Michael Feinstein returns to Feinstein's54 Below in his all-new show 'Christmas Crooners.'

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Disney Shelves JACK AND THE BEANSTALK Adaptation featuring Music from Lopez Song-Writing Team by BroadwayWorld

Walt Disney Animation Studios has ceased development on GIGANTIC, a big screen adaptation of the classic fairytale 'Jack and the Beanstalk' set to hit theaters on Nov. 25, 2020.

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James Rado Nods to Current Politics with Additions to 50th Anniversary HAIR at The Vaults by BroadwayWorld

Opening tonight 11 October is the new production of the first protest musical HAIR at The Vaults. 85-year-old Tony- and Grammy Award-winning writerlyricist of HAIR, James Rado, told young pr…

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Annie Baker and Taylor Mac Receive MacArthur ‘Genius’ Grants by American Theatre Editors

The two theatre artists are among the 24 recipients of the 2017 MacArthur Fellowship, which comes with $625,000.

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A DAY BY THE SEA – Southwark Playhouse by Susan Elkin

A Day by the Sea is beautifully written, nicely observed, often witty and very compelling in the hands of director, Tricia Thorns and her cast.

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Critics are raving about...Young Frankenstein at the Garrick

After a successful out of town try-out, the raucous YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (based on the 1974 film of the same name) had its long-awaited opening in London's West End on 10 October 2017 and if t…

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Photo Flash: {My Lingerie Play} 2017 Celebrates Opening Night

Diana Oh's solo show tackles the patriarchy at Rattlestick Theater.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The Busy World is Hushed review at Finborough Theatre – ‘a thoughtful atmosphere’ by Tom Wicker

“The Busy World is Hushed” is a line from a prayer by John Henry Newman for consolation and rest at the end

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Bill Murray at Orchestra Hall is a show no one else could have done by John Von Rhein

What happens when the one and only Bill Murray recites American literature and flexes his pipes on songs from the great American songbook, backed by three accomplished classical musicians at…

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Theater openings Oct. 13-19

Friday “Les Miserables”: Do you hear those French revolutionaries sing? The national tour of Alain Boublil and Claude-Michel Schonberg’s epic musical makes its Chicago stop. Through De…

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Theatre groups protest against proposed Derby Assembly Rooms replacement by Giverny Masso

Members of Derby’s theatre groups have gathered outside the city council headquarters to protest against proposals for a new music and performance

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Up ‘n’ Under review at Oldham Coliseum – ‘kinship and camaraderie’ by Chris Bartlett

In truth, John Godber’s scrappy underdog of a sports comedy, Up ’n’ Under, had its moment in 1984 when it kicked off

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Young Frankenstein, Garrick Theatre, London, review: Silly and shameless from start to finish by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

Mel Brooks' new musical version of his 1974 comedy horror movie has no agenda other than to make you laugh

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Hello Again Film, Starring Audra McDonald, Martha Plimpton & More, Sets Nationwide Release Date by Andy Lefkowitz

The highly anticipated film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa's 1994 musical Hello Again will receive a limited nationwide release in cinemas beginning on November 8. The film made its…

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Read Reviews for Elevator Repair Service’s Measure for Measure by Olivia Clement

See what critics thought of the experimental theatre company’s unique spin on the Bard’s comedy.

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Tony Winner Idina Menzel Opens Up About Her Sister’s New Memoir by Ruthie Fierberg

In the new book Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story, the star of Rent, Wicked, and Frozen shares details of one of her most personal relationships.

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Photo Flash: Mikhail Baryshnikov and More Make Time for Time and the Conways on Opening Night

Elizabeth McGovern, Charlotte Parry, and more star in this J.B. Priestley drama presented by Roundabout Theatre Company.

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Theater News: Special Guests to Honor Harold Prince at Manhattan Theatre Club 2017 Fall Benefit

Jason Alexander, Laura Linney, and more will help celebrate the legendary theater director-producer.

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VIDEO: Idina Menzel & Sister Cara Mentzel Discuss New Memoir on TODAY by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's Idina Menzel and her sister Cara Mentzel stopped by this morning's KATHIE LEE AND HODA to discuss Mentzel's new memoir titled, 'Voice Lessons A Sisters Story.'

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Off-Broadway Review: "Measure for Measure" at the Public's LuEsther Theatre by David Roberts

ERA’s “Measure for Measure” successfully questions the nature and purpose of law and order and the role of the state in maintaining moral clarity.

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Matthew Bourne’s ‘The Red Shoes’: Lovely when focused on what he knows best by Sarah L. Kaufman

The film adaptation is beautifully danced and well-designed, but the storytelling stumbles.

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Ball and Boe attempt world record to celebrate new album by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Two of the nation's favourite voices, Michael Ball and Alfie Boe are setting themselves the ultimate challenge… to break a world record in celebration of their new albu…

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Disney Drops Jack and the Beanstalk Musical From Frozen Songwriters Robert Lopez and Kristen Anderson-Lopez by Olivia Clement

The studio has announced that it will no longer develop the film musical Gigantic.

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Text of the Day: Jane Eyre by Aleks Sierz

Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Comedian Sara Pascoe Brings LADSLADSLADS to the West End this January; Tickets On Sale Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

Multi-award-winning comedian Sara Pascoe has announced that her sell-out Edinburgh Fringe show LadsLadsLads will transfer to London's West End, playing at the Wyndham's Theatre in January. T…

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BWW TV: First Look at Tim Firth's New British Musical THE BAND by BroadwayWorld TV

Check out a first look at the brand new musical THE BAND in the trailer below

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Anna Laughlin: Oz’s First Dorothy and Her Sad Suicide by Trav S.D.

October 11 is the birthday of early stage and screen star Anna Laughlin (1885-1937). Originally from Sacramento, Laughlin started out as a child performer in vaudeville and variety, minstrel…

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Dance Umbrella Festival 2017 Opens Today with A Spectacular Performance in Front of Battersea Power Station by BroadwayWorld

Dance Umbrella Festival 2017 opens today with a visually stunning, hold-your-breath spectacle as dancer Satchie Noro performs a mesmerising duet with a 40ft shipping container on the banks o…

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Frederick Kerr: Frankenstein’s Father by Trav S.D.

English actor Frederick Kerr (Frederick Keen, 1858-1933) was born this day. Kerr had a long theatrical career, but only appeared in 19 films, with one performance so iconic and memorable we …

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Alan Campbell's Staged Reading of TRUTH AGAINST THE WORLD to Raise Awareness About Ageism in the Arts by BroadwayWorld

Tony-nominated actor Alan Campbell Sunset Blvd. will appear as famed architect Frank Lloyd Wright in a staged reading of Truth Against the World The Life and Loves of Frank Lloyd Wright, a n…

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Norm Lewis, Laura Linney, Marin Mazzie & More Will Honor Harold Prince at MTC's Fall Gala by BroadwayWorld

Manhattan Theatre Club Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director and Barry Grove, Executive Producer will present its 2017 Fall Benefit, honoring 21-time Tony Award winner Harold Prince, on Monday eve…

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The Maxamoo Podcast Goes In-Depth on Ars Nova, Ma-Yi Theater, and Woodshed Collective's KPOP by Maxamoo

We loved KPOP and we wanted to go deep analyzing it. On this episode, Diep, Liz, and Lindsay critique and compliment the latest musical sensation from Ars Nova, Ma-Yi Theater, and Woodshed C…

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Enter to Win Tickets to Exclusive SpongeBob SquarePants—The Broadway Musical Pop-Up Preview by Playbill Staff

Join the cast and creators for a sneak peek of the new musical before it arrives on Broadway later this fall.

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Home for the Holidays, Featuring American Idol, The Voice, and AGT Winners, Will Play Broadway by Andrew Gans

The holiday engagement will star Candice Glover, Josh Kaufman, and Bianca Ryan.

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Photo Flash: First Look at David Eldridge's BEGINNING at National Theatre by BroadwayWorld

It's the early hours of the morning and Danny's the last straggler at Laura's party. The flat's in a mess. And so are they. One more drink

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Musical The Mistress Cycle debuts at Creative Cauldron (review) by Debbie Minter Jackson

What is it about the idea of a mistress?  Throughout history the “other woman” has been called all kind of names under the sun, shunned, cast-out, run out of town, off the land – or b…

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Obituary: Alexander Morrow by Arthur Wilman

Alex Morrow could easily have been described as the original Billy Elliot. Born in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear, on February 19, 1932,

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Orange Is the New Black’s Taylor Schilling, Rosal Colon, and More Join Indestructible Benefit Concert by Olivia Clement

The New York City event will raise funds to help those affected in Puerto Rico and Mexico.

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Obituary: Alan Osman by Roger Bruce

Alan Osman worked extensively in numerous West End theatres for well over 40 years in many capacities in backstage, front of house

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Lawyer-turned-actor Sule Rimi: ‘I hope to get a job that will call on my drum’n’bass skills’ by Xena Hussain

Sule Rimi originally trained as a lawyer but decided to switch to acting. He tells Xena Hussain about his latest role in

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Getting Serious about Promoting Plays by Women by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Michael Wright. Michael Wright discusses how his playwriting residency program WomenWorks is helping tackle the underrepresentation of female playwrights in the US.

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Second City alum Robin Thede aims to bring something new to late-night TV by Nina Metz

Everything in Robin Thede’s career has been building to this moment. On Thursday, her weekly show “The Rundown with Robin Thede” will enter the fray of late-night TV comedy when it pre…

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Review Roundup: Did YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN Make Critics Feel Alive? by Review Roundups

Mel Brooks' quirky musical Young Frankenstein is making its West End premiere at London's Garrick Theatre. Based on the 1974 Oscar-nominated film co-written with Thomas Meehan and starring G…

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World premiere play at Off the Wall to move from Carnegie to New York festival by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Off the Wall productions debuts a new play this weekend by writer/actor Anne Stockton and director Austin Pendleton, then sends it on to New York in February as part of the Carnegie company&…

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Cockpit review at Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘a resonant revival’ by Thom Dibdin

It’s taken almost 70 years for there to be a revival of Bridget Boland’s Cockpit. Written in 1948, this immersive play is

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Home for the Holidays to Embrace the Yuletide Broadway Style by Mark A. Robinson

It may be hard to believe that Christmas is only 75-days away, but with Santa starting to pack his sleigh, holiday entertainment in ramping up. Home for the Holidays, a cavalcade of the seas…

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Bobby Conte Thornton Will Depart A BRONX TALE Later This Fall by BroadwayWorld

Calogero out Original star of A Bronx Tale, Bobby Conte-Thornton has just announced that he will depart the production later this fall. A replacement for Conte-Thornton has not yet been a…

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Audra McDonald-Led Musical HELLO AGAIN Gets Nationwide Release Date + Trailer & Images by BroadwayWorld

HELLO AGAIN, the highly anticipated film adaptation of Michael John LaChiusa's acclaimed musical, comes to movie theatres around the country this fall. Screenvision Media, a national leader …

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BWW Interview: Danaya Esperanza Soothes the Savage Breast in MARY JANE by Naomi Serviss

A poignant drama about a mother, on her own with a very sick child is at once heart-wrenching and hopeful.

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Photo Coverage: Elizabeth McGovern & the Company of TIME AND THE CONWAYS Celebrate Opening Night! by Linda Lenzi

Time stopped last night at the American Airlines Theatre, when Time and the Conways officially returned to Broadway. The Roundabout Theatre Company production opened last night, October 10, …

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Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Sets Sail on the High Seas with Legendary Stephen Schwartz by Keith Price's Curtain Call

There are days when I have to pinch myself to the things that I get lucky enough to cover. Most recently, I was invited to see a new show that is being produced by AcademyGrammyTony Award wi…

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Knots Landing’s Donna Mills Will Star in Driving Miss Daisy by Andrew Gans

The Emmy winner will star in the Alfred Uhry drama for The Colony Theatre in Burbank.

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Advice From Sawyer Howitt To Aspiring Young Entrepreneurs by Rino16

Starting a business is the most powerful way of taking control of your life. Everyone probably knows this, but the question is, why is it that millions of people around the world are stuck i…

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Five Burning Questions with Anything Can Happen In The Theater Tony Award Recipient Gerard Alessandrini

Gerard Alessandrini talks working with Maury Yeston on Anything Can Happen In The Theater, creating Spamilton and Forbidden Broadway, and his casting process.

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THE BARBER OF SEVILLE – London Coliseum ★★★★★ by Johnny Fox

A starry home team enthusiastically play up the comedy. Sarah Tynan is one of ENO’s most technically perfect sopranos but she’s also their wittiest actress and her Rosina is effortlessly…

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Full casting announced for Imagine This at The Union

We haven't stopped talking about the revival of IMAGINE THIS since it was announced in September and now the excitement is even more palpable as the full cast has now been confirmed! This fa…

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Chita Rivera to Headline Art Attack Foundation Benefit at Birdland by Ryan McPhee

The December 4 event will also feature Christy Altomare, Chris McCarrell, and more.

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Get an Inside Look at the Opening Night of Time and the Conways Starring Elizabeth McGovern by Hannah Vine

The Roundabout production, directed by Tony winner Rebecca Taichman, opened October 10.

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Diary: Any willing guinea pigs for Fleabag in the audience? by Tabard

Phoebe Waller-Bridge isn’t known for her shy and retiring nature, even less so in her work, which has been characterised by the

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Photo Coverage: TIME AND THE CONWAYS Company Take Opening Night Bows on Broadway by Walter McBride

Roundabout Theatre Company's Time and the Conways officially opened last night, October 10, 2017 and BroadwayWorld was there to catch the opening night bows. Check out our photo coverage bel…

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Photo Coverage: On the Opening Night Red Carpet for TIME AND THE CONWAYS! by Walter McBride

Roundabout Theatre Company's Time and the Conways officially opened last night, October 10, 2017 and BroadwayWorld was there on the red carpet. Check out our photo coverage below

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Hello Again Film, Featuring Audra McDonald, Cheyenne Jackson, Martha Plimpton, Sets November Release Date by Andrew Gans

The musical film is based on Michael John LaChiusa’s Off-Broadway musical.

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Annie Baker, Taylor Mac win MacArthur Genius Awards. Is Acting Dangerous? Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

Playwright Annie Baker and multidimensional theater artist Taylor Mac are among the 24 winners of the 2017 Macarthur Foundation “Genius” Grants. Baker, 36, whose “The Flick” won the …

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Kneehigh Announces 2018 UK Tour For THE FLYING LOVERS OF VITEBSK by BroadwayWorld

Kneehigh has announced dates and venues for the 2018 tour of its award-winning production of The Flying Lovers of Vitebsk, written by Daniel Jamieson and directed by Emma Rice.

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Stratford Circus Arts Centre's 'Full Hearts, Full Tummies' Scheme Returns this Holiday Season by BroadwayWorld

The charity Stratford Circus Arts Centre is raising 12,000 to make Christmas a magical one for families in Newham who otherwise simply wouldn't be able to afford a seasonal treat.

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsals with Christian Slater, Robert Glenister, and More in GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS by BroadwayWorld

Check out photos from inside rehearsals for GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS

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Hair updates political references for its 50th anniversary

HAIR, the tribal love musical that took musical theatre by storm all those decades ago is back, enjoying a raucous run at The Vaults theatre. Writer/lyricist James Rado will not only be visi…

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL Returns to London for Christmas at Leicester Square by BroadwayWorld

This Christmas, the masters of vintage theatrical comedy The Fitzrovia Radio Hour return to London year with their unique take on Charles Dickens' timeless tale after an acclaimed run at The…

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Assassins from Pallas Theatre Collective (review) by Alan Katz

In the wake of an historically deadly mass shooting and a historically unpopular president comes a musical comedy of sorts about guns, presidents, and their tragic interplay from Lincoln to …

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Annie Baker and Taylor Mac Among 2017 MacArthur ‘Genius Grant’ Recipients by Ryan McPhee

The Fellows program awards individuals with a no-strings-attached award to further explore their demonstrated creative potential.

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Review: Measure For Measure at curtainup.com/ by Deirdre Donovan

Elevator Repair Service applies its unique stylistic tricks to Shakespeare's problem play, and it lots of fun. . .

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Review:  The Home Place at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Brian Friel's final visit to Ballybeg at the Irish Rep

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International news round-up: October 12 by Catherine Gerbrands

Ticketmaster sues brokers over bots use USA/NEW YORK Ticketmaster is continuing action against Prestige Entertainment, Renaissance Ventures and two individuals, alleging their use

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Review Round-Ups: Were the critics brought to life by Young Frankenstein?

As Mel Brooks' show arrives in London, find out what the critics' verdicts were

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Theatre News: Alfred Fagon Award announces Best New Play shortlist

The award winner will be revealed at a ceremony in December

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Review: Review: The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Theatr Clwyd)

Jim Cartwright's play is revived by Kate Wasserberg at the north Wales venue

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Photos: Christian Slater, Kris Marshall and Don Warrington in rehearsals for Glengarry Glen Ross

David Mamet's famous play is coming to the West End next month

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Theatre News: Joan Collins, Tim Minchin and Rosalie Craig at the Young Frankenstein opening night

Mel Brooks' musical opened to positive reviews in the West End last night

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Just Jim Dale review – Carry On star had me weeping with laughter by Michael Billington

Vaudeville, LondonThe unfairly talented actor recalls a career that has taken him from Olivier’s National to British film comedies and Broadway in this exuberant solo showCan it be true? T…

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One Man, Two Guvnors - review by Michael Billington

Lyttelton, LondonIn 1746, Carlo Goldoni wrote a classic comedy normally translated as The Servant of Two Masters. Richard Bean has used it for a riotous farce combining the original's struct…

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Diary: Phantom on a budget at Perth Theatre by Tabard

For those who can’t afford a ticket to see The Phantom of the Opera, Tabard may have found a cheaper alternative. The

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: The Lie at the Menier Chocolate Factory by Emma Clarendon

Real-life husband and wife Alexander Hanson and Samantha Bond star in Florian Zeller's The Lie, along with Tony Gardner and Alexandra Gilbreath. The latest from the French wunderkind is once…

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Red Ladder has stepped up to cater for working class audiences (your views, October 12) by The Stage

In response to Lyn Gardner’s column on why theatre must engage with all communities (‘What has theatre done for white van man

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In pictures: Glengarry Glen Ross rehearsals starring Christian Slater by The Stage

Modern classic Glengarry Glen Ross, directed by Sam Yates, runs at the Playhouse Theatre from October 26 to February 3, 2018 for a

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BWW's On This Day - October 11, 2017

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

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Programme Confirmed for Christmas in Leicester Square 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Underbelly and Westminster City Council are delighted to announce their enchanting programme of festive entertainment for this year's Christmas in Leicester Square.

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Le Gateau Chocolat Returns to Soho Theatre with ICONS this Month by BroadwayWorld

After a smash-hit run over Christmas last year, Le Gateau Chocolat is back with an encore of his incredible Icons.

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Photo Flash: First Look at John Heffernan and Cast of National Theatre's SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON by BroadwayWorld

Into the story walks George wandering knight, freedom fighter, enemy of tyrants the world over.

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Fascinating Aida, The Showstoppers and Al Murray on line-up for Underbelly’s Christmas in Leicester Square by Roda Musa

Underbelly has announced the line-up for a two-strand festival to take place in London’s Leicester Square this Christmas. The festival will feature

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Howard Brenton’s Miss Julie announces London premiere by Giverny Masso

Howard Brenton’s adaptation of Miss Julie will premiere in London at the Jermyn Street Theatre. The adaptation of August Strindberg’s work will

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CHILD OF THE DIVIDE – Polka Theatre & touring ★★★★ by Carole Woddis

Child of the Divide launches Bhuchar’s Boulevard, a new development on from the company, Tamasha, she founded with Kristine Landon-Smith in 1989 and which premiered Child of the Divide ori…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Obituary: Benjamin Whitrow by Michael Quinn

In a stage career that spanned six decades, Benjamin Whitrow was a supporting actor of consummate elegance who proved time and again

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Spektrix: Meet the innovators spearheading the ticketing tech revolution by Tim Bano

When two theatre-lovers set up a cloud-based ticketing platform 10 years ago, most venues were using outdated box-office technology. Tim Bano investigates

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Boner Killer at the Yard, London – ‘queer anarchic cabaret’ by Rafaella Marcus

Erin Markey’s Boner Killer – part of the Fierce at the Yard showcase – is ostensibly a cabaret act. Markey plays and

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VIDEO: Ninendo's 'Super Mario Odyssey' Trailer features Broadway Razzle-Dazzle by BroadwayWorld

Super Mario goes Broadway in a new live-action trailer for 'Super Mario Odyssey's, available on Nintendo Switch on October 27th.

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, October 11, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Critics Weigh in on “Time and the Conways,” “Home for the Holidays” (?) Announces Broadway Run, and The Boss Dominates Weekly Grosses! “Today on Broadwa…

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The Voice of Black Opera: How diversity is helping to build opera’s artistic strength by Yehuda Shapiro

The vision of a British opera industry that is as ethnically diverse as Team GB at the London and Rio Olympics may

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Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle — a prime pedigree production at Wyndham’s Theatre, London

Simon Stephens’ new play concerns a curious relationship sparked by chance

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The Rise and Fall of Little Voice review at Theatr Clwyd – ‘sensitively directed’ by Rosemary Waugh

Sound is important in Kate Wasserberg’s production of Jim Cartwright’s The Rise and Fall of Little Voice. At one end of the

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BWW Morning Brief October 11th, 2017: BRIGHT STAR Begins in LA, COME FROM AWAY Recoups, and More! by Danielle Ashley

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news BRIGHT STAR begins in LA, COME FROM AWAY recoups, and more

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Obituary: Tony Booth by Michael Quinn

As the opinionated, left-wing “Scouse git” son-in-law to Warren Mitchell’s Alf Garnett in Till Death Us Do Part, Tony Booth was the

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Review: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Principle at Wyndham’s Theatre by Holly Williams

"So this is what happens when the manic pixie dream girl grows up": Holly Williams on the cliché-ridden romance of Simon Stephens' new play. The post Review: Heisenberg: The Uncertainty Pri…

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HEISENBERG: The Uncertainty Principle – West End by Aleks Sierz

Anne-Marie Duff and Kenneth Cranham try their best in unconvincing rom-com, which is predictable and portentous.

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First Night Takeover: Young Frankenstein at the Garrick

There really is no party like a Perry O'Bree party! Our StageFaves vlogger was back in the West End for the opening night of the Mel Brooks musical YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN (10 October 2017) and d…

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Get into deep 'DODO' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In the basement below their storefront theater in the Pittsburgh Cultural District, the team at Bricolage Productions has been thinking big.

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Sinners Club to transfer to Soho Theatre by Georgia Snow

Sinners Club, which is inspired by the story of the last woman to be hanged in Britain, will transfer to the Soho

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Acting For Others Announce Initial Participants For 14th Annual Bucket Collection by BroadwayWorld

Today, theatrical charity Acting for Others announces initial participants in its 14th annual bucket collection.

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Review: All My Sons at Nottingham Playhouse by Peter Kirwan

Devastating and dignified: Peter Kirwan reviews Fiona Buffini's timely revival of Arthur Miller's classic American drama. The post Review: All My Sons at Nottingham Playhouse appeared first …

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Here Are The 2017 MacArthur 'Genius' Grant Winners by Colin Dwyer

Jason De León, Njideka Akunyili Crosby and Derek Peterson are among the 24 winners of this year's MacArthur Fellowship, which honors "extraordinarily talented and creative individuals."

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Young Frankenstein review – glorious gags as Mel Brooks bolts together a monster hit by Michael Billington

Garrick theatre, London The horror-movie spoof is gleefully reanimated for the stage with even more jokes, superb set-pieces and barnstorming parody songs that stick a pitchfork into good ta…

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'I come from there': how the Royal Court brought home plays from Ukraine, Chile and Syria by Elyse Dodgson

The Court's international director explores the roots of this autumn's international seasonThe autumn season of plays at the Royal Court leads with international work. B by Guiller…

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In dark times, playwright struck by hope’s power by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Simon Stephens sees more politics in Curious Incident, now playing in Toronto, given the current public mood.

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"Poltergeist" at Prince Charles Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

The 1982 supernatural horror film by Tobe Hooper “Poltergeist” will be screened at Prince Charles Cinema in London.The Freelings are an average family. Steven Freeling lives with his wif…

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"Pretty in Pink" at Picturehouse Cinemas, London by Blouin Artinfo

As part of the “We ♥ John Hughes season,” the 1986 romantic comedy “Pretty In Pink” will be screened at Picturehouse Cinemas in London.Andie is not very popular in her high scool i…

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Ntsepa Pitjeng, Mthokozisi Emkay Khanyile and More Join the International Tour of Disney's THE LION KING; Full Cast Announced by BroadwayWorld

Michael Cassel Group in association with Disney Theatrical Productions are thrilled to reveal the full company of the international tour of the world's 1 musical, Disney's THE LION KING.

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Review: Hansel and Gretel at the Victoria and Albert Museum of Childhood by Hailey Bachrach

"Nailed it": Hayley Bachrach overcomes her fear of the form at Pop-Up Opera's accessible production of Englebert Humperdinck's Hansel and Gretel. The post Review: Hansel and Gretel at the Vi…

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"Life of Pi" at Louxor - Palais Du Cinéma, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Ang Lee’s Oscar winning survival drama “Life of Pi” will be screened at Louxor - Palais Du Cinéma in Paris.When a writer in Canada visits Pi Patel, an Indian storyteller, and asks him…

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Review: Ulysses at the Abbey Theatre, Dublin by Chris McCormack

"It seems misguided to smooth over the edges in a novel like Ulysses": Chris McCormack is disappointed by Graham McLaren's Abbey Theatre staging of James Joyce's modernist masterpiece. The p…

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Rarely loaned MoMA treasures on show in Paris reveal a provocative American identity

Être Moderne: Le MoMA à Paris is a discomforting display of the country’s insularity

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31 HOURS – Bunker Theatre by Daniel Perks

Kieran Knowles’ insightful show focusses not on those who moan about the loss of life, but on those whose job it is to clean it up, remove all trace and get the railways up and running aga…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Flood at Victoria Dock, Hull by Maddy Costa

Work that wants to change people: Maddy Costa reviews Slung Low's Flood Parts 1 - 4. The post Review: Flood at Victoria Dock, Hull appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Review: Review: Cockpit (Lyceum Theatre)

Bridget Boland's exploration of European identity is revived at the Lyceum in Edinburgh

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Review: Review: In Event of Moone Disaster (Theatre503)

Lisa Spirling directs Andrew Thompson's award-winning script at Theatre503

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BWW Review: CRAZY FOR YOU, Bristol Hippodrome by Tim Wright

There's always a place for upbeat escapism in musical theatre. When times are tough, a few numbers that wriggle their way into your consciousness is a welcome thing.

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GUESS HOW MUCH I LOVE YOU Comes to Arts Theatre London this December Prior to UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

Following a short run in the UK and the UAE in 2017 Selladoor Family and ABA International Touring UK announce that their brand-new live stage adaptation of the much-loved classic children's…

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BWW Review: YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN, Garrick Theatre by Emma Watkins

Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein has officially burst into the West End. Based firmly on the movie, also by Brooks, it's brilliantly kitsch, wholly unsubtle and very, very funny.

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BWW Review: TWO MAN SHOW, Soho Theatre by Alistair Wilkinson

Two women play two women playing men. It sounds complicated, but it isn't really. RashDash return to the Soho Theatre to interrogate masculinity and gender in their award-winning show that d…

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SINNERS CLUB To Transfer To Soho Theatre this December by BroadwayWorld

Theatr Clwyd, Gagglebabble and The Other Room today announce that their sell-out co-production of Sinners Club by Lucy Rivers, inspired by the story of Ruth Ellis the last woman to be hang…

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‘Brilliant,’ 41 and Lost to AIDS: The Theater World Asks Why by Michael Paulson

The death of Michael Friedman, a much-admired composer and lyricist, has left friends and fellow artists asking if they could have done more to help him amid signs of trouble.

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Theatre can outdo cinema for horror – so where are all the scary plays? by Andy Nyman

As Ghost Stories returns to the West End, co-creator Andy Nyman asks why theatre-makers have neglected horrorThere isn't a lot of horror on stage, especially the type that truly unsettles an…

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All My Sons review at Nottingham Playhouse – ‘an outstanding performance’ by Pat Ashworth

The election of President Trump prompted Fiona Buffini to stage Arthur Miller’s ruthless dismantling of the American Dream. It’s an intense and

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YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN – West End by Ian Foster

It's alive...barely. Mel Brooks' Young Frankenstein staggers into the West End after some more time on the operating table since its 2007 Broadway opening. But for a piece of new musical the…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Podcast and photos: Ian McDiarmid and What Shadows cast on Enoch Powell and THAT speech by Terri Paddock

How do we talk to those that we hate? How do we speak across the anger that divides us? Those are the opening lines in Chris Hannan‘s provocative new play, What Shadows – and …

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: Rebecca Taichman Delves Into Serialism With J.B. Priestley's TIME AND THE CONWAYS by Michael Dale

When J.B. Priestley's absorbing and poetic drama, Time and the Conways premiered on the West End in 1937, you couldn't blame London audiences if they felt a bit wistful observing the playwri…

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MacArthur Foundation ‘genius grants’ go to current, former Chicagoans by Hedy Weiss

Local photographer Dawoud Bey and community leader Rami Nashasibi are among the 24 people chosen for the $625,000 award.

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Guest Blog: Director Jonathan O'Boyle On HAIR At The Vaults by Guest Blog: Jonathan O'Boyle

The values and anxieties of the characters in Hair still resonate 50 years after the original production opened Off-Broadway in 1967. Women's equality, LGBTQ rights, ethnic diversity, Black …

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Hamilton delay: reallocated ticket holders blast ‘appalling’ customer service by Georgia Snow

Frustrated ticket holders for delayed West End musical Hamilton have complained about the “appalling” process of reallocating seats, which has left some

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She Was About to Quit Acting. Then She Got the Role of a Lifetime. by Holly Williams

Denise Gough brings her award-winning turn as an addict to St. Ann’s Warehouse, and will follow that up with “Angels in America” on Broadway.

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MacArthur Foundation Names 2017 ‘Genius’ Grant Winners by Jennifer Schuessler

The MacArthur fellowship this year honors 24 artists, scholars, activists and others chosen for exceptional “originality, insight and potential.”

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The Soulless Ones: Hammer open a real house of horrors – and it's a frightful mess by Ryan Gilbey

Dressed in capes and drinking Corpse Reviver cocktails, audiences explore a crypt and a vampire’s boudoir in the film company’s atmospheric theatre showFor anyone who grew up in the 1960…

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Competition: Win tickets to see Mike Bartlett’s Contractions presented by Deafinitely Theatre and New Diorama Theatre by The Stage

“It’s very important that you stay healthy. That the environment you work in is safe. That you feel comfortable, and secure. That

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In pictures (October 5): Pegasus Opera, Liverpool Everyman, West Yorkshire Playhouse, Brian Blessed at Guildford Shakespeare Company and more by The Stage

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include opening nights

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘Our Town’ at Olney Theatre Center by Kaley Beins

“Do any human beings ever realize life while they live it?—every, every minute?” The famous line from Thornton Wilder’s classic play “Our Town” always seems to hush audie…

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Museum of Modern Art Screens "Black Intimacy" by Blouin Artinfo

The Museum of Modern Art in New York will be hosting “Black Intimacy” that is a screening of 16 films, two shorts, and a television episode running through October 16, 2017. The show tra…

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The October Revolution of Jazz and Contemporary Music Takes Philadelphia by storm by Blouin Artinfo

The October Revolution of Jazz and Contemporary Music that was held in different venues across Philadelphia including the Fringe Arts Waterfront headquarters, Race Street Pier, Christ Church…

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"The Show-Off" at Theater at St. Clement's by Blouin Artinfo

Theatre at St. Clement's is hosting the play titled “The Show-Off” that will be running through October 21, 2017. The play is a modern adaptation of Pulitzer Prize winner George Kelly’…

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DVR Alert - Idina Menzel & Cara Mentzel Visit TODAY on NBC by BroadwayWorld

Today, October 11, Broadway's Idina Menzel and her sister Cara Mentzel will stop by NBC's TODAY during the 11 am hour. As BWW previously announced, Cara Mentzel, will be releasing a memoir t…

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Jane Alexander Stars in FIREFLIES Premiere, Beginning Tonight at Long Wharf Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Jane Alexander, Denis Arndt, Judith Ivey, and Christopher Michael McFarland star in the world premiere of Fireflies by Tony Award nominee Matthew Barber, directed by Long Wharf Theatre Artis…

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BRIGHT STAR with Carmen Cusack Begins Tonight at the Ahmanson by BroadwayWorld

'Bright Star' begins previews tonight, October 11, opens October 20, and runs through November 19, 2017 at the Ahmanson Theatre. Presented by Center Theatre Group, the Tony Award-nominated B…

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LIGHTS OUT: NAT 'KING' COLE, Starring Dule Hill, Begins Tonight at People's Light by BroadwayWorld

Fear the Walking Dead star and Philadelphia native Colman Domingo partners with nationally-acclaimed theatre-maker Patricia McGregor to co-author Lights Out Nat 'King' Cole, a surprising and…

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MISS SAIGON's Eva Noblezada Brings GIRL NO MORE to The Green Room 42 Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Eva Noblezada, Tony nominee from Broadway's MISS SAIGON is bringing her premiere solo concert 'Girl No More' to The Green Room 42 for a four-week residency.

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Mark Shenton: Weinstein’s conspiracy of silence is over, now what about London’s? by Mark Shenton

So, film (and sometime theatre) producer Harvey Weinstein has been dismissed from the company that bears his name. This made public what

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Rob Halliday: Standing on the shoulders of giants helped light my path by Rob Halliday

Sometimes, you know you want to say something, but don’t quite know what. So here goes. I worked for Michael Bogdanov –

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James Doeser: Arts’ top tier remains dominated by the privileged few by James Doeser

While those at the top are keen to present the sector as meritocratic, recent research shows that talented young people are still

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Andrzej Lukowski: Nonagenarian stars Brooks and Brook offer hope for us all in youth fixated culture by Andrzej Lukowski

Similar surnames excepted, Peter Brook and Mel Brooks are not two men with a huge amount in common. One is an avant-garde

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Daniel Evans: Big auditoriums are challenging but are a platform for big ideas by Daniel Evans

These days, not a week goes by without a comment on the size, shape, capacity, modernity and aptness of our theatre buildings

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Wesleyan Music Professor Tyshawn Sorey Awarded 'Genius Grant' by Susan Dunne

Tyshawn Sorey, a composer, experimental musician and music professor at Wesleyan University in Middletown, was awarded a MacArthur Foundation Fellowship, popularly referred to as a "genius g…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘The Effect’ at Studio Theatre by Stephanie House

Recently, I was watching a movie from a franchise that deals heavily with superheroes, and one scene, in particular, gave me pause. In this scene, a character triumphantly throws a bag of pr…

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Theatre Review: ‘Are you now, or have you ever been…’ at MetroStage by Mary Ann Johnson

“Are you now, or have you ever been…”, the play currently running at MetroStage in Alexandria is an intriguing, thoughtful, honest slice of history by playwright Carlyle Brown. This is…

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Charles Melton Reveals Which Riverdale Couple He Ships by Young Hollywood

Charles Melton Reveals Which Riverdale Couple He ShipsThe newest member of the "Riverdale" fam, Charles Melton drops by the YH Studio to tell us about taking over for Ross Butler and steppin…

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Charles Melton Plays Riverdale Rapid Fire by Young Hollywood

Charles Melton Plays Riverdale Rapid FireCharles Melton can't truly be a member of the "Riverdale" family until he's played YH's "Riverdale Rapid Fire" game! His initiation includes a new cr…

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Wednesday, October 11, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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MNM ‘s Less Zesty But More Heartfelt La Cage aux Folles by Bill Hirschman

For a show that shattered a ceiling in 1983, La Cage aux Folles has become a warhorse in 2017. MNM Productions’ edition embraces the spangles, glitz and sheer Jerry Herman of it all. So if…

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

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

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Los Angeles Premiere of Bright Star, Starring Carmen Cusack, Begins October 11 by Adam Hetrick

The national tour of the Tony-nominated Steve Martin-Edie Brickell musical launches at the Ahmanson Theatre with members of the original Broadway cast.

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Andrea McArdle at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Sandi Durell

  by Brian Scott Lipton   It may not be a news flash that Andrea McArdle is all grown up; all you need to do is basic math to realize that her star-making debut in the title role o…

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Flamenco with an individual stamp

Choreographers and dancers are pushing at the limits of Spain’s signature dance style

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A screwball Measure for Measure at the Public Theater, New York

An adaptation of Shakespeare’s play that’s high in energy but low in intelligibility

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IMPRESSIONS: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company’s "A Letter to My Nephew" at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theater by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Bill T. Jones/Arnie Zane Company’s A Letter to My Nephew at the Brooklyn Academy of Music's Harvey Theater, "[The work] has the rambling incoherence of a night at the clu…

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Can You Name the Choreographers Behind These Iconic Broadway Dances? by Logan Culwell-Block

A true Broadway fan knows the people behind Broadway's snappiest numbers. Take our quiz to find out where you rank!

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Helping Dance Reflect the Diversity of Disability - A new Dance/NYC initiative is championing integrated performances

A new Dance/NYC initiative is championing integrated performances---In 2015, Dance/NYC -- a nonprofit dedicated to promoting dance performance and appreciation in the metropolitan area -- re…

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