Monday, November 13, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Lauv – ‘I Met You When I Was 18’ (World Tour) at Rikshaw Stop, San Francisco by Blouin Artinfo

Lauv, who is on a world tour titled “I Met You When I Was 18,” will perform at Rikshaw Stop, San Francisco.Lauv, born as Ari Leff, is a singer, songwriter, and producer from Los Angeles.…

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Island City’s Hir: How Do You Move Forward When You No Longer Know Where You Are by Bill Hirschman

In this uncertain world, the ever-changing standards of what life is or even should be make it nearly impossible to chart a path forward when we have less idea what might be ahead than Colu…

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Romeo is Not the Only Fruit by Arts Review

A more sophisticated than an your average mod-rom-com, Romeo is Not the Only Fruit takes the star-crossed lovers audiences know and love, and makes them better as star-crossed lesbians at …

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Coming together through dance: Joanie Block and Dancers’ ‘Emerge’ by Admin

Green Street Studio Theatre, Cambridge, Massachusetts. October 14, 2017. Long-standing conflicts between prominent groups of people are more than what we can count on one hand. Arguably, the…

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Nellie McKay: The Big Molinsky--Considering Joan Rivers by Wendy Caster

There are still some seats left for Nellie McKay: The Big Molinsky--Considering Joan Rivers at Joe's Pub on November 17 at 11:30. They're only $15, with a $12 cover (the fries are delis…

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Festival Review: Maryland Irish Festival at Maryland State Fairgrounds by Raychel Harvey-Jones

The 44th Annual Maryland Irish Festival kicked off this past weekend at the Maryland State Fairgrounds and the Maryland Theatre Guide was there to witness the fun! The festival runs over thr…

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Chris Messina Joins Marin Ireland for Ironbound at the Geffen by Adam Hetrick

Tony nominee Marin Ireland will repeat her acclaimed performance in Martyna Majok’s portrait of a woman fighting to survive in America.

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Podcast: 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes Actor, Opera Singer, and Songwriter Christiaan Smith by Keith Price's Curtain Call

Actor, opera singer, songwriter, Christiaan Smith, is finally making his mama proud by gracing the stage at Carnegie Hall. Along with a rebellious determination, it is truly practice, prac…

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'No Blue Memories' gives glimpse of Gwendolyn Brooks' literary life, legacy by Darcel Rockett

Poet. Teacher. Mentor. All are words synonymous with Gwendolyn Brooks. Born in Topeka, Kan., in 1917, Brooks made her name as a poet in Chicago. A Bronzeville resident, she grew up writing …

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Abanar Dance Company presents Abe Abraham’s dance film ‘Salt Water’ by Admin

On November 6, Abanar Dance Company presented the premiere screening of Salt Water, a dance film directed and choreographed by Abe Abraham. The stunning two-part film features over 20 dance…

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Boston Ballet’s ‘Obsidian Tear’: Dancing away from the pack by Admin

Boston Opera House, Boston, Massachusetts.  November 3, 2017. The tension between the will of the individual and that of the group is as old as time. In classical dance, there’s the corps…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Math, Science, Theater All Win Today by Joe Patti

This video tweeted by Massachusetts Math teacher Kim Spek made me very happy today. h/t to Sarah Carleton Perfect statement illustrating the intersection of science, math, theater and wonder…

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In ‘Fade,’ an outsider sells her soul in a climb to the top by Hedy Weiss

The play, directed by Sandra Marquez, is a canny indictment of success at any price.

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Melbourne Music Week 2017 by Arts Review

A nine-day celebration of the city’s thriving, world-renowned music scene, Melbourne Music Week (MMW) features over 250 artists in 105 events in 40 locations from 17 November 2017. Driven…

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Review Roundup: Did the West End Revival of GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS Win with Critics? by BroadwayWorld

David Mamet's trailblazing modern classic GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS, directed by Sam Yates, runs at the Playhouse Theatre in London's West End from 26 October to 3 February 2018 for a strictly lim…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Adam Driver’s Nonprofit Seeks Soldiers for the Stage by Reggie Ugwu

Arts in the Armed Forces, founded by the actor and veteran Adam Driver, will grant $10,000 to a playwright who has served in the military.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Poison, Orange Tree Theatre review - study of grief is both courageous and subtle by Jenny Gilbert

Finely judged two-hander about death and how to survive itShould Brexit ministers need help understanding the cultural mindset of their continental counterparts, they might consider a subscr…

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Interview: Charm City Fringe Festival Founders Michael Brush & Zachary Michel by Mike Bevel

This year’s Charm City Fringe Festival was packed with exceptional fringe shows for ten days in the heart of Baltimore’s Bromo Arts District. DC Metro Theater Arts was able to ca…

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Network starring Bryan Cranston review at the National Theatre – ‘savage and timely satire’ by Sam Marlowe

The USA in 1975: year of two assassination attempts on President Gerald Ford, the capture of Patty Hearst, and the Thriller in

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Frank Corsaro, Director Who Shook Up Opera World, Dies at 92 by Neil Genzlinger

In dozens of productions, many for New York City Opera, Mr. Corsaro sought to energize the form, refusing to let his singers just stand and deliver.

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Review: Review: Network (National Theatre)

Bryan Cranston stars as news anchor Howard Beale in Ivo van Hove's production of the hit '70s film

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Love and Identity: A Review of Yasmina’s Necklace at Goodman Theatre by Emma Couling

Rohina Malik's living room romance is revived at the Goodman.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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At The Broadway B.O., Sales Rocket As Audience Lags In Sellers’ Market; So Long, Liz Smith by Jeremy Gerard

Ticket sales for Broadway productions soared last week as more shows entered the fall fray and star-powered vehicles gave even some of the big musicals a run for the money, or glory, or some…

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Network review – Bryan Cranston is mad as hell in blazing staging of Oscar winner by Michael Billington

National Theatre, LondonThe Breaking Bad star is magnetic as a raging anchorman in writer Lee Hall and director Ivo van Hove’s extraordinary version of the prophetic satireI am normally wa…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Marsha Stephanie Blake of Stuffed by Broadway.com

Marsha Stephanie Blake stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Stuffed and more with Beth Stevens.

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Grosses Analysis: Jason Mraz Helps Waitress Into Millionaire’s Club by Adam Hetrick

Broadway theatregoers also welcomed the return of Once on This Island, which played to capacity in its first week.

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Bid to Be Mike Faist's Guest at Broadway's DEAR EVAN HANSEN This Weekend by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award nominee Mike Faist Connor Murphy has announced a CharityBuzz fundraising auction in support of Ohio Artists Gathering. Bidding starts today, November 13, and closes Friday at Noon.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Sessions Defies Gravity with Annual Elpha-Ball! by Ben Cameron

The Halloween season comes with a lot of tricks and treats. Well, we got the ultimate treat on October 26th, just days before Wicked's 14th anniversary aka Wicked Day, as well celebrated our…

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Video Flashback: 20 Years of Hakuna Matata! Looking Back on Opening Night of THE LION KING on Broadway by Alexa Criscitiello

Today we celebrate a tremendous landmark for one of Broadway's favorite shows, The Lion King, as it observes 20 years on the Great White Way.

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A One-Woman Tour de Force! Happy Birthday, Whoopi Goldberg! by Alexa Criscitiello

Today we salute actor, writer, comedian, and stage legend, Whoopi Goldberg, who is celebrating her birthday

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Video Flash: Watch Jamie Foxx Sing the Praises of Barbra Streisand in New Netflix Film

Barbra: The Music...The Mem'ries...The Magic! will be available to stream globally on November 22.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Get a First Look at Once on This Island on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Tony-nominated musical is back on Broadway, starring Lea Salonga, Alex Newell, and Hailey Kilgore.

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Review: The Elephant in Every Room I Enter at Next Door at NYTW by Ran Xia

Ran Xia reviews Gardiner Comfort's show about living with Tourette Syndrome. The post Review: The Elephant in Every Room I Enter at Next Door at NYTW appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Photo Flash: Once on This Island Celebrates Successful First Week on Broadway

Hailey Kilgore and Lea Salonga star in the new production of the Lynn Ahrens-Stephen Flaherty musical.

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Special Reports: 11 Asian-American Shows to Watch For in the 2017-18 Season

A (mostly) definitive list of productions across the U.S. that are addressing the Asian-American experience this season.

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The Lion King Turns 20 on Broadway by New York Theater

Today is the 20th anniversary of the opening of “The Lion King.” Now the third-longest running show in the history of Broadway, the musical is worth celebrating.   Based on …

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Amy Schumer Is An Investor's Dream In Strong Week For Women On Broadway by Lee Seymour

Uma Thurman made a splashy debut, and Bette Midler returned from vacation with a vengeance.

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Gina Gershon and Rachel Dratch Announced for November 20 Celebrity Autobiography by Robert Viagas

They will read juicy passages from the memoirs of the rich and famous at the Triad in NYC.

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Odds & Ends: Megan Hilty to Sing with New York Pops in Carnegie Hall Holiday Concerts & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Megan Hilty to Sing with New York Pops in Carnegie Hall Holiday Concerts Tony nominee and Wicked veteran Megan Hilty will r…

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The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 Ryan Murphy Favorites You Want to See on Broadway by Lindsey Sullivan

What's curing our case of the Mondays? The fact that the finale episode of American Horror Story: Cult is tomorrow, that's what! Stage-and-screen star Cheyenne Jackson spent some tim…

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We Dance! Here's Your First Look at Hailey Kilgore & the Cast of Once on This Island by Lindsey Sullivan

Once on This Island is officially playing at the Circle in the Square Theatre! The revival, which opens on December 3, boasts fresh talent like Hailey Kilgore and Isaac Powell as well as wel…

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Rip It Open: “Perforations Festival” is coming back to NYC by Maura Donohue

Maura and Eugene de Poogene yelled over really loud music with Croatian curator and producer Zvonimir Dobrovic about his "Perforations Festival" - opening Friday.

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Lisa Lampanelli: Weight-loss surgery cured my yo-yo dieting by Barbara Hoffman

Like one of the characters in her off-Broadway play, “Stuffed,” Lisa Lampanelli jokes that during her dieting days — all three decades of them — she lost and regained some 300 pounds…

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George Psomas returns as host for “Broadway Under the Stars” by Serena

This holiday season, George Psomas will once again host “Broadway Under The Stars,” FREE performances featuring some of the best of current Broadway shows.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: Watch THE BAND'S VISIT Cast Perform 'Answer Me' in 360! by Stage Tube

Below, watch as the cast performs 'Answer Me' with a 360 view of the Barrymore stage

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KINKY BOOTS, SCHOOL OF ROCK & CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY Perform at Broadway Under the Stars- Watch Live at 5pm! by BroadwayWorld

Get a head start on holiday shopping and catch free Broadway musical performances at The Shops at Columbus Circle every Monday 5pm through December 11. Can't make it out We'll be live stream…

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SCHUMER & THURMAN LEAD BROADWAY PLAY RESURGENCE by Philip Boroff

The girl with the lower back tattoo can put butts in seats. In its first full week of previews, Steve Martin’s Meteor Shower, starring Amy Schumer, grossed a cool $1 million, according…

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“Gorgeous Stories” – solo works at Beyond Baroque, Venice by Pauline Adamek

Be inspired by powerful & hilarious true stories & solo-show excerpts from work developed in Terrie Silverman’s Creative Rites Fall Workshops. One night only – Sunday, …

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Dean Benner Becomes a “Night Time Man” by Sandi Durell

    By Sandi Durell   If you’re missing country music and that yahoo and hee haw that make your spine tingle, go no further than to Dean Benner’s next performance at Don…

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Broadway Grosses: SpongeBob SquarePants Starts Strong at the Palace Theatre by Broadway.com

Broadway's newest musical comedy SpongeBob SquarePants kicked off preview performances on November 6, and audiences are already eager for a first look. The new show based on Nickelo…

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Tickets Are Now on Sale for Rocktopia on Broadway by Broadway.com

Tickets are on sale for Rocktopia, the acclaimed concert that will land at the Broadway Theatre from March 20 through April 29, 2018. Created by maestro Randall Craig Fleischer and stage vet…

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Joy and Terror: A Review of Significant Other at About Face Theatre and Theater Wit by Danielle Levsky

A bittersweet new play from Joshua Harmon ("Bad Jews") about being single and staying strong.

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 11/13/2017

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld.com for 11132017.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Watch Official Trailer for the New Todrick Hall Documentary by Ruthie Fierberg

The Kinky Boots star and YouTube sensation reveals the magic behind his rise to fame in Behind the Curtain: Todrick Hall.

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Photo Flash: Travel to the Island with a First Look at ONCE ON THIS ISLAND on Broadway! by BroadwayWorld

Producers Ken Davenport and Hunter Arnold present Once on this Island, the Olivier Award-winning and Tony Award-nominated Best Musical, currently in previews at the Circle in the Square Thea…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 03:55PM

Marin Ireland to Reprise Role in IRONBOUND at the Geffen Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

The Geffen Playhouse today announced that Tony Award nominee Marin Ireland Broadway's reasons to be pretty, Amazon's Sneaky Pete and Chris Messina The Mindy Project, Argo will star in the We…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 03:54PM

Tony Winner Nathan Lane to Guest on THE BLACKLIST 100th Episode by TV News Desk

Tony winner Nathan Lane will guest star in the 100th episode of THE BLACKLIST. The Broadway alum will portray 'Abraham Stern' in the milestone episode, now filming in New York.

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes FUNNY GIRL and Nightclub Star, Mimi Hines by Behind The Curtain

No one is going to rain on your parade today because the wonderful survivor of over sixty years of show business, Mimi Hines, joins Rob and Kevin for one of their most intimate and revealing…

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PHANTOM's James Barbour to Perform at HANYC's Annual Hospitality Gala by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, November 27, 2017, many of the most influential members of NYC's hotel and tourism industries will be treated to a special live performance from The Phantom of the Opera as the Ho…

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Design-Focused 'in 1: the podcast' Welcomes GREAT COMET Tony-Winning Lighting Designer, Bradley King by In 1: The Podcast

The podcast is back and we're not pulling any punches. Today we sit down with recent Tony Award winner Bradley King to discuss his lighting design for NATASHA PIERRE, AND THE GREAT COMET OF …

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 11/13 by Bww Special

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS Read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the …

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 11/12/17 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 11122017.

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Megan Hilty to Reunite with the New York Pops for THE MOST WONDERFUL TIME OF THE YEAR by BroadwayWorld

Megan Hilty reunites with The New York Pops and Music Director and conductor Steven Reineke for two festive, holiday-inspired concerts entitled The Most Wonderful Time of the Year, on Friday…

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Photo Flash: SPAMILTON Celebrates Opening Night in Los Angeles by BroadwayWorld

Center Theatre Group's extended run of 'Spamilton' at the Kirk Douglas Theatre plays now through January 7, 2018. Created, directed and written by Gerard Alessandrini, the West Coast premier…

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Two Musicals in Concert Will Kick off Daryl Roth’s A Night at the Theatre Series in NYC by Robert Viagas

The busy producer will present Between the Lines and an encore of It Shoulda Been You in early 2018.

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See Jason Robert Brown and Adam Rapp Celebrate Marsha Norman at the NYMF Gala by Hannah Vine

The November 12 event took place at the Edison Ballroom in NYC.

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Watch Jamie Foxx and Barbra Streisand Share the Stage in New Trailer for Netflix Concert by Andrew Gans

Barbra: The Music... The Mem'ries... The Magic! heads to the streaming service November 22.

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Theater News: What We're Up Against Extends at WP Theater

Krysta Rodriguez, Marg Helgenberger, and Skylar Astin star in the off-Broadway premiere of Theresa Rebeck's 1992 play.

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Theater News: Marin Ireland to Return to Martyna Majok's Ironbound

Chris Messina joins Ireland in the cast at the Geffen.

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Broadway’s ‘The Band’s Visit’ Is a Work of Perfection by Rex Reed

Now on Broadway, David Yazbek and Itamar Moses' tale of Egyptian musicians lost on a trip to Israel is a triumph of musical comedy.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 11/13

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for th…

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Prague, 1912 (The Savoy Café Yiddish Theatre) by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

There is a fascinating story to be told in Franz Kafka’s involvement with the Yiddish theater in Prague during 1912 but Lu Hauser’s play isn’t it. "Prague, 1912 (The Savoy Café Yiddis…

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Check Out Golden Boy at the Gelsey Kirkland Arts Center by Marc J. Franklin

Proceeds from the production benefit stoPD, a non-profit dedicated to supporting those with Parkinson’s Disease.

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Illyria by Sandi Durell

    by Carol Rocamora   As theatre legends go, Joseph Papp (1921-1991) looms large. This visionary champion of “theatre for the people” founded the free New York Shakespea…

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Friends Musical Parody to Continue Through Spring by Olivia Clement

A new block of tickets is now available through March 31, 2018.

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'Significant Other' a funny comedy about a gay man left, and left again, at the altar by Chris Jones

“Your wedding,” observes the central character in the Broadway comedy “Significant Other,” “is my funeral.” You may know the feeling: Your best friend ties the knot with someone …

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The Ferryman's Sarah Greene on the Enduring Allure of Her Secret Celebrity Crush & More by Matt Wolf

Irish actress Sarah Greene was a 2014 Tony nominee for her Broadway debut appearing opposite Daniel Radcliffe in the revival of The Cripple of Inishmaan and was on the London stage earlier t…

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What We're Up Against, Starring Marg Helgenberger, Skylar Astin & More, Extends Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

The new production of Theresa Rebeck's What We're Up Against has received an extension at off-Broadway's WP Theatre. Previously scheduled for a run through November 26, the produ…

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Review: ‘The Fantasticks’ at The Eagle Theatre by Tim Dunleavy

What’s not to like about The Fantasticks? It’s always been a modest, gentle show that goes down easy. The Eagle Theatre’s new production adds a few new wrinkles, putting its own stamp …

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5 Questions with Jonathan Taylor by Sam Schanwald

We’ve written a very hopeful apocalypse.

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A 360-Degree Look at the Cast of The Band’s Visit Performing ’Answer Me’ on Broadway by Olivia Clement

See the cast perform the musical’s 11 o’clock number on the rotating stage.

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Theater News: Steppenwolf to Honor Sarah Paulson at 2018 Women in the Arts Luncheon

The ninth annual event raises funds for the theater company's professional development programs.

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Video Flash: Learn More About Hugh Jackman-Led The Greatest Showman in New Trailer

The movie also stars Zac Efron, Michelle Williams, Rebecca Ferguson, and Zendaya.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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BWW Interview: Ariana Debose Brings Some SUMMER to San Diego by E.h. Reiter

Ariana has brought her colossal talent to the La Jolla Playhouse in their new musical in SUMMER THE DONNA SUMMER MUSICAL, playing through December 17th.

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Broadway By Design: Neil Patel & Paloma Young Bring TIME AND THE CONWAYS from Page to Stage by Nicole Rosky

In Broadway by Design, BroadwayWorld is shining a spotlight on the stellar designs of this Broadway season, show by show. Today, we continue the series with Neil Patel and Paloma Young, who …

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Stage Star and Singer Brooke Moriber Releases HERE AND GONE EP; Watch '99 Days of Rain' Video! by BroadwayWorld

With the fall in full swing, and having just released the single '99 Days of Rain' which she recently performed LIVE at The Orchard NYC singersongwriter Brooke Moriber's newest EP 'Here and …

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Theresa Rebeck's WHAT WE'RE UP AGAINST Extends at WP Theater by BroadwayWorld

WP Theater has announced that due to popular demand the limited engagement of What We're Up Against, a ferociously funny yet urgent piece about workplace gender politics written by Pulitzer …

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Tony Winner Nathan Lane to Guest on BLACK-ISH 100th Episode by TV News Desk

Tony winner Nathan Lane will guest star in the 100th episode of ABC's BLACK-ISH. The Broadway alum will portray 'Abraham Stern' in the milestone episode, now filming in New York.

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Michael Feinstein Will Welcome the Holidays in New York and San Francisco by Robert Viagas

The singer-pianist will devote time to audiences on both coasts

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Photo Flash: Jason Robert Brown, Grace McLean, Marsha Norman and More NYMF's 2017 Gala by BroadwayWorld

Photo Credit Michael KushnerThe New York Musical Festival NYMF honored Pulitzer Prize-, Tony- and Grammy Award-winning writer Marsha Norman and NYMF Board of Directors Chair Charles Fink at …

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What We’re Up Against Extends Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Krysta Rodriguez, Skylar Astin, and more star in the New York premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s 1992 play.

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Photo Flash: These Photos of Jason Mraz in Waitress Will Matter to You

The singer-songwriter is making his Broadway debut in Sara Bareilles's hit musical.

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ICYMI: Broadwaysted Talks to the Stars of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND & RED ROSES, GREEN GOLD by Broadwaysted

This week we are celebrating our love of Ahrens amp Flaherty with interviews with the cast and creative team of the upcoming ONCE ON THIS ISLAND revival Kevin and Bryan had an amazing time a…

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Album Review: Tre Principesse, ‘Getting to Know You’ by Mark Beachy

Get to know the American classical crossover female vocal trio known as Tre Principesse in their debut album “Getting to Know You.”  Members Agne G, Anastasia Lee, and Tatiana …

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Brantley in Britain: On London Stages, Britain Considers Its Divided Soul by Ben Brantley

New plays from Mike Bartlett and James Graham pose E.M. Forster’s newly urgent question of who inherits England

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Lin-Manuel Miranda’s New Contest Uses ‘Hamilton’ to Fight Climate Change by John Bonazzo

Anyone who donates to the Natural Resources Defense Council is entered to win a trip to London for the West End 'Hamilton' opening night.

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How to Win Tickets to the Opening Night of London’s Hamilton—Plus a Chance to Meet Lin-Manuel Miranda by Andrew Gans

Opening night at the Victoria Palace Theatre is December 21.

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Lord Hutchinson of Lullington obituary by Geoffrey Robertson

Celebrated criminal barrister who defended Christine Keeler, George Blake and Howard Marks, and played a key role in the Lady Chatterley trialFor a quarter of a century, from 1960 until 1985…

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My Name is Asher Lev gives moving depiction of parent-child relationships: review by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

What makes this Toronto Centre for the Arts production work so well is the extent to which the actors inhabit their characters.

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

Marie Christine - BoHo Theatre at Theater Wit (1229 W Belmont Ave, Chicago). $23 industry tickets for Monday, November 27. Use code NOLA10 at the Theater Wit Box Office, theaterwit.com, or 7…

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Concert Review: ‘Bach and Bachianas’ by the National Philharmonic at the Music Center at Strathmore by Brittney Allen

The National Philharmonic, led by Music Director and Conductor Piotr Gajewski, is easily one of the most beloved symphony orchestras in the greater Washington, DC metropolitan area. Comprise…

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Steppenwolf to honor actress Sarah Paulson by Miriam Di Nunzio

Previous honorees have included Claire Danes, Julianna Margulies, Joan Allen, Phylicia Rashad and Laurie Metcalf.

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The Broadway.com Show: Meet Lucy Kirkwood & the Cast of The Children by Broadway.com

Get to know the world and cast of Lucy Kirkwood's mysterious new play The Children.

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TABULA RASA – Touring by Thom Dibdin

Tabula Rasa at the Traverse is a collaboration between Scottish Ensemble and Vanishing Point that contains moments of heartfelt beauty but never coheres.

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Opera Review: Mozart’s ‘Die Zauberflote (The Magic Flute)’ at Bel Cantanti Opera by Brett Dodson

In the cozy, slightly chilly, Bavarian-esque theater of the Wesley United Methodist Church on Connecticut Avenue, Artistic Director Katerina Souvorova stood before the audience, informing th…

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Stars and Creators of SpongeBob SquarePants Discuss Bringing the Musical to Broadway by Olivia Clement

Playbill’s The Broadway Cast chats all things SpongeBob—the music, the fans, the design, and the iconic characters.

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Theater News: The Kinsey Sicks Bring Oy Vey in a Manger to New York

The "dragapella" quartet will bring their holiday show to Soho Playhouse.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘The Ravens’ at Venus Theatre by Johanna Alonso

Walking into Venus Theatre, I was immediately struck by the theatre’s small size. Settling into my seat—which was in the back row of the 20-something-seat house—I couldn’t help but w…

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Sunday Scoop Week of 11/12/17 - What's Happening This Week or Coming Up Soon by Jeryl Marcus

THIS ONE’S FOR THE GIRLS looks at the role of women over the past 100+ years through iconic popular song hits. From the sad laments of fragile female victims (“A Bird in a Gilded Cage”…

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Christopher Plummer Comments for First Time on Replacing Kevin Spacey: 'It's A Shame' by TV News Desk

Veteran actor Christopher Plummer was re-cast in the role, replacing Spacey as J Paul Getty. Re-shoots of the film should begin immediately, with the director sticking to plans to release th…

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Daryl Roth to Bring BETWEEN THE LINES and IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU Concerts to 92Y by BroadwayWorld

92Y announces a new series with award-winning producer Daryl Roth, bringing concert performances of two musicals to its stage.

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Photo Flash: A Look Back at LEGS DIAMOND Before Its 30th Anniversary Reunion at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Feinstein's54 Below 254 West 54 Street NYC, Broadway's Supper Club, presents the Original Broadway cast of the much heralded musical in Legs Diamond 30th Anniversary Reunion Concert on Sunda…

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Theatre News: Winner of the 2017 Bruntwood Prize announced

This year's successful play and Judges' Prize winners have been announced

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Open Me Carefully: A Review of The Belle of Amherst at Court Theatre by Emma Couling

Court Theatre's production of this 1976 play about the poet Emily Dickinson falls short of a complete portrait of the complex Massachusetts native.

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Conquest of the Universe Or When Queens Collide by David Kaufman

Played to perfection with an infectious joy by one and all, the entire cast also takes a deadly serious attitude towards their lines and their actions. Indeed Ludlam’s "Conquest" invokes "…

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James Norton and Imogen Poots Cast in Amy Herzog’s Belleville at the Donmar by Adam Hetrick

The tense drama about the secrets kept by a newly married American couple living in Paris begins performances December 7.

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VIDEO: Save Our Planet and Win Opening Night Tickets to HAMILTON in London with New Prizeo Campaign! by Stage Tube

Lin-Manuel Miranda, his wife Vanessa Nadal, and Prizeo, the online platform that democratizes giving, announced today that they are offering the chance for one lucky fan and a guest to atten…

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Composer and sound designer Timothy X Atack wins 2017 Bruntwood playwriting prize by Georgia Snow

Bristol-based writer Timothy X Atack has been named the winner of the 2017 Bruntwood Prize for Playwriting. Atack, who is also a

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Photo Flash: Jason Robert Brown, Adam Rapp, and More Celebrate at the 2017 NYMF Gala

The event honored writer Marsha Norman and NYMF board of directors chair Charles Fink.

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Barbara Jungr and John McDaniel Put Their Spin on the Music of Sting in NYC Club Show by Robert Viagas

Titled Float Like a Butterfly, the show is headed for Feinstein’s/54 Below January 16, 2018.

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Kristen Bell Is Reuniting Castmates from High School Musicals for New ABC Series by Andy Lefkowitz

Kristen Bell is making theater-geek dreams come true. The Broadway alum and Frozen voice star is teaming up with ABC to produce the new series Encore!, which will allow veterans of high scho…

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Video Flash: Watch Jimmy Buffett and Lin-Manuel Miranda Together at Last in Margaritaville

The Hamilton creator joined Buffett onstage after Saturday evening's performance of Escape From Margaritaville in Chicago.

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Todrick Hall Wants a Hairspray Revival & So Do We! Here's Our Dreamcast for the Nicest Kids In Town

Run and tell this dreamcast for a much-needed Hairspray revival.

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LaChanze’s Donna Summer Lovin’ by American Theatre Editors

The Broadway singer returns to the music of her childhood and discovers some new angles.

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The Mother of Us All — a heart-warming evening at the Hudson Opera House, New York

The restored theatre hosted a performance of this most American of operas

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Hofesh Shechter: Grand Finale, BAM, New York — dance as a metaphor for living

The choreographer’s work is beginning to repeat itself

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Glengarry Glen Ross West End Revival Halted When Star Became Ill by Andrew Gans

Robert Glenister has missed four performances in the current production that also stars Christian Slater.

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Steppenwolf to Honor Sarah Paulson at 2018 Women in the Arts Luncheon by BroadwayWorld

Steppenwolf Theatre Company announces Golden Globe and Emmy Award-winning actor Sarah Paulson as the 2018 honoree at the annual Steppenwolf Women in the Arts fundraising luncheon on Monday, …

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Photo Flash: Lin-Manuel Miranda Visits Jimmy Buffett at ESCAPE TO MARGARITAVILLE by BroadwayWorld

Over the weekend, the Broadway-bound Escape to Margaritaville welcomed an exiting guest to the tiki bar Lin-Manuel Miranda. Check out photos of the superstar on stage with music legend Jimmy…

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'RIP VAN WINKLE' Premiere, THE HEART OF ROBIN HOOD Headline Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival's 2018 Season by BroadwayWorld

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival has announced the complete lineup for the 2018 summer season.

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VIDEO: Watch Highlights from CRAZY FOR YOU at D.C.'s Signature Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Signature Theatre presents the Gershwins' amp Ken Ludwig's musical comedy Crazy For You. This new production is directed by Signature Theatre's Associate Artistic Director Matthew Gardiner S…

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Theater Talk: Spotlight on TACT's SALUTE TO THE BRAVE by Theater Talk

This episode of Theater Talk focuses on the world premiere of No l Coward's SALUTE TO THE BRAVE at The TACT Theatre Company. The guests are The Actor's Company Theatre's Executive Director, …

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Features: The top 10 selling shows on WhatsOnStage in October

See which shows proved most popular for WhatsOnStage audiences last month

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Message of self-acceptance comes through loud and clear in this Beauty and the Beast: review by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Actors' committed performances overcome challenges in Young People's Theatre production of Disney musical.

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The Broadway Cast Chats With 3 Broadway Influencers by Olivia Clement

For the Season 2 finale, we chat with Patrick Hinds, Jane Jourdan, and Gillian Pensavalle.

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Our Town Re-Imagined as Modern-Day Miami in Multi-Language Production by Adam Hetrick

Playwrights Nilo Cruz and Jeff Augustin translated portions of Thornton Wilder’s poetic classic to capture a changing America.

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Review: ‘The Real Americans’ at Mosaic Theater Company by John Stoltenberg

“Why am I a stranger in my own land?” the preternaturally talented actor-writer Dan Hoyle asks during his solo excursion into the heartland of America. Having set forth several y…

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How should women respond when a man we like is accused of harassment? | Emer O’Toole by Emer O'Toole

Reflecting on my time with Dublin theatre titan Michael Colgan, I realise power can be wielded with kindness as well as threatsThis post-Weinstein moment is, as the feminist writer Rebecca T…

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Letter: Danielle Darrieux in the West End by John Saxon Jones

In October 1971 I was lucky enough to see Danielle Darrieux in the short-lived musical Ambassador at Her Majesty’s theatre, London. The show, which also starred Howard Keel, was a version …

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Quiz — drama about a television scandal explores issues of entertainment and justice

James Graham’s inventive play opens at the Minerva Studio, Chichester, West Sussex

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BIG FISH THE MUSICAL – The Other Palace ★★★ by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

Kelsey Grammer brings gravitas and empathy to this largely bed-bound role. His decent singing voice does its best to wrest emotion from Edward’s gruff Southern accent but on boisterous son…

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Belongings review at Glyndebourne – ‘good intentions but lacks narrative strength’ by George Hall

Glyndebourne has more experience in staging new youth operas than any other UK company. The work of composer Lewis Murphy and librettist

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Who Did Jonathan Groff Move to Tears With His Rendition of ‘Pure Imagination’? by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth recounts the most moving moments from his Voices for the Voiceless concert—including surprise performances.

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Dave Wybrow: Theatre needs to speak out now or face a post-Brexit skills crisis by Dave Wybrow

The Creative Industries Federation’s recent Global Talent Report made a worrying statement: The UK creative sector faces a “major skills crisis” if

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Julia Murney and Anita Gillette Join the Cast of NYC Woman of the Year Concert by Robert Viagas

They will appear with Dee Hoty, Alice Ripley, Christine Pedi, and other stars at the November 29 performances.

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Poll: Is it ever appropriate for a critic to comment on an actor’s body image in a review? by Giverny Masso

The Stage’s associate editor Mark Shenton questioned whether it is ever justified for critics to body-shame actors after Nick Holder, playing the title

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Bryony Lavery’s New Adaptation of Brighton Rock Will Tour by Andrew Gans

The production will feature a score by Hannah Peel.

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — November 13 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with Torch Song Star Jack DiFalco

Jack DiFalco talks embarrassing himself in Torch Song, working with aliens on Marvin's Room, and his passion for chess.

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Celebrate THE LION KING's 20th Anniversary with New Snapchat Lens! by BroadwayWorld

In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the Tony Award-winning Best Musical THE LION KING on Broadway, Snapchat has today made the special LION KING Lens available to Snapchatters in selec…

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Charles Busch, Ann Harada and More to Celebrate Seth Rudetsky's BROADWAY DIARY, VOL. 3 at Barnes & Noble by BroadwayWorld

Dress Circle Publishing will release SETH'S BROADWAY DIARY, VOLUME 3 The Inside Scoop on almost Every Broadway Show amp Star, with a special in-store event at Barnes amp Noble on Monday, Nov…

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First Look - New Poster Art for GREATEST SHOWMAN + New UK Trailer by BroadwayWorld

20th Century FOX has shared an all-new UK trailer featuring Keala Settle's soaring 'This Is Me' track, plus poster art for THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, hitting theaters Christmas Day

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As Jake Shears Prepares to Make His Broadway Debut, Look Back at Tales of the City by Hannah Vine

The Scissor Sisters’ frontman, who will make his Broadway debut in Kinky Boots in January, co-wrote the score for the 2011 ACT production.

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Artistic director John Durnin to leave Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Thom Dibdin

John Durnin is to step down as artistic director of Pitlochry Festival Theatre at the end of December after 15 years in the role.

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The Book of Mormon leads Acting for Others charity bucket collections by Giverny Masso

  West End musical The Book of Mormon has raised more than £38,500 from bucket collections for theatrical charity Acting for Others.

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Lilli Geissendorfer appointed new director of Jerwood Charitable Foundation by Roda Musa

The independent grant-making organisation Jerwood Charitable Foundation has appointed Lilli Geissendorfer as its new director. Geissendorfer, currently a producer at London’s Almeida

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Documentary By New London Band Pocket Vinyl Captures Life On Road by Michael Hamad

Pull into a new city, just before sundown, and park the van. Load in, play a gig for adoring fans, pocket a wad of cash from the smiling venue owner, grab a delicious meal, and sleep between…

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EFG London Jazz Festival — thrilling Pat Metheny, gripping global jazz

The guitarist was among the standout performers at the festival’s opening weekend

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Daniel Reichard Will Celebrate 10th Anniversary of Holiday Concerts With Lincoln Center Engagement by Andrew Gans

The two concerts will benefit the Lincoln Center Corporate Fund.

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Old Vic chief denies knowledge of Kevin Spacey allegations by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Sally Greene, who hired actor as artistic director, says she feels ‘sick to the stomach’ to think people may have been harassedSally Greene, the Old Vic chief executive who hired Kevin S…

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Is sexual violence being trivialised in ballet? by Judith Mackrell

Criticisms of the portrayal of rape in two recent Royal Ballet productions highlight a problem that is deeply embedded within the art formLove, grief, terror and desire: ballet can communica…

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Watch This Trailer for the Upcoming Screening of the National Theatre’s Young Marx by Ruthie Fierberg

London’s NT Live will present the new comedy in theatres across the U.S. this December.

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Mistletoe & Wine: Tabard Theatre revives The Little Match Girl for Xmas, Full cast announced by Press Releases

Have you seen the musical that gave us the Christmas single Mistletoe and Wine? The Little Match Girl, based on Hans Christian Andersen's classic short story, gets a major London revival thi…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Howards End — can the BBC’s adaptation better the Merchant-Ivory film?

Kenneth Lonergan scripts a four-parter starring Hayley Atwell, Tracey Ullman and Matthew Macfadyen

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Stage Entertainment hires former ITV boss Adam Crozier as new chairman by Georgia Snow

Former ITV chief executive Adam Crozier has been announced as the new chair of Stage Entertainment’s supervisory board. The European theatre group

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In the Moment: Interview with Theater Photographer Teresa Castracane by David Siegel

Often, images of a theatrical production help establish the initial interest and expectations for a potential audience. Photographs can draw an audience into a production even before reviews…

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Natalie Dessay Completes Michel Legrand Song Cycle Written for Barbra Streisand by Robert Viagas

Between Yesterday and Tomorrow to be released digitally November 17

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We're Living for Hugh Jackman Singing Out in the New Trailer for The Greatest Showman by Broadway.com

The big-screen arrival of the P.T. Barnum bio-musical The Greatest Showman is just five weeks away. Twentieth Century Fox has just released a new trailer for the film, showcasing Tony winner…

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 Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill at Rep Stage (review) by Jill Kyle-Keith

Billie Holiday died in 1959, but memories of her remain in Lanie Robertson’s Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, now at Rep Stage in Columbia, Md. Her voice has influenced American…

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UK Tour of New Musical HEAVEN ON EARTH, Set to Star Kerry Ellis, Has Been Canceled by Stephanie Wild

According to The Stage, the tour of the new musical Heaven on Earth, which was set to star Kerry Ellis and Russell Watson, has been cancelled. A series of emails was sent to the cast stating…

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First Look at Jason Mraz as Dr. Pomatter in Waitress on Broadway by Hannah Vine

Take a look at the Grammy winner, who took on the role of Jenna’s doctor (and love interest) November 3.

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Watch Broadway’s Schuyler Sisters Sing ‘I’ll Be There’ by Ruthie Fierberg

Mandy Gonzalez, Lexi Lawson, and Joanna Jones share their original arrangement of the Michael Jackson favorite.

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Exclusive: Hear Preview of Ben Vereen’s New Single ’What a Wonderful World’ by Adam Hetrick

Vereen’s new recording of the Louis Armstrong classic is due November 14.

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VIDEO: Hugh Jackman & More in All-New GREATEST SHOWMAN Trailer! by Movies News Desk

20th Century Fox has shared an all-new trailer for THE GREATEST SHOWMAN, hitting theaters Christmas Day, December 25th.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Jason Mraz in WAITRESS! by BroadwayWorld

Two-time Grammy Award winner Jason Mraz officially joined the company of Waitress earlier this month, playing Dr. Pomatter for a 10-week run. Check out a first look at Mraz in action below

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PHOTOS: First look at Jonathan O’Boyle’s rare revival of JM Barrie’s Dear Brutus by Press Releases

Have you booked yet for Jonathan O'Boyle's Troupe Theatre production of JM Barrie's rarely performed 1917 play Dear Brutus, starting performances at London's Southwark later this month? Have…

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - November 13, 2017 - Meteor Shower, The Band's Visit And More Top Growth! by Alan Henry

The top growing current Broadway musicals were The Band's Visit 22.40, Spongebob 7.65, Dear Evan Hansen 1.70, Come From Away 1.34 and School of Rock 1.29. The top growing current Broadway pl…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Shares His Promise to Puerto Rico on CBS Sunday Morning by Ruthie Fierberg

The In the Heights and Hamilton creator visits the remains of his grandparents’ home in Puerto Rico and explains why there is still work to be done.

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On “The Odd Couple” (For Odd Couple Day) by Trav S.D.

At some point in recent years November 13 became “Odd Couple Day”, due to the voiceover narration at the top of every show during the ABC situation comedy’s first season: &…

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Garry Marshall: A Balance Sheet by Trav S.D.

November 13 is the birthday of the late Garry Marshall (Garry Masciarelli, 1934-2016). It’s not hard to remember the date; he dunned it into us at the top of every episode of The Odd C…

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Tour of New Musical Heaven on Earth, Starring Kerry Ellis, Canceled by Andrew Gans

The five-month tour was scheduled to open in Birmingham in December.

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What's Playing on Broadway: November 13-19, 2017 by Bww Special

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the week of November 13-19, 2017.

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Goldfrapp’s London show casts a patchy spell

The band’s Brixton Academy gig was marred by audience chatter

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Listen to Hugh Jackman Sing in Powerful New Trailer for Greatest Showman by Andrew Gans

The forthcoming movie musical features songs by Tony and Oscar winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Monday, November 13, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Judy Kuhn, Mario Cantone, Ann Harada Will Help Seth Rudetsky Celebrate New Book at Barnes & Noble by Andrew Gans

Seth's Broadway Diary, Volume 3 features stories about Patti LuPone, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and more.

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The Dog in the Manger from We Happy Few (review) by Emily Priborkin

Imagine if the comedy from a charismatic SNL sketch was intertwined with poignant writing from the Spanish Golden Age of theatre. The result: The Dog in the Manger. This sparky rendition of …

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How Off-Broadway’s Hello Again Got Its Big Screen Close Up by Adam Hetrick

Michael John LaChiusa’s Off-Broadway musical arrives on screen with cast of major stars, including Audra McDonald, Martha Plimpton, Cheyenne Jackson, and more.

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Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE Discusses Race in Theatre by Broadway's Backbone

In this episode The topic of race in theatre and the whitewashing on the professional stage with special guests Ann Harada and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory's Alan H. Green. In this epis…

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Glengarry Glen Ross starring Christian Slater at the Playhouse Theatre – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

David Mamet’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play, now revered as an all-American classic, actually started its life in London. Its first production came courtesy

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Save Up to $35 to See John Leguizamo in LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS on Broadway by Contests - Broadway

Direct from the Public Theatre, Emmy and Obie Award winner John Leguizamo Ghetto Klown schools his son-and the rest of us-on the buried and forgotten history of Latinos in the Americas in th…

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BWW Interview: Celeste Den Conducts Dangerous Liaisons in M. BUTTERFLY by Naomi Serviss

In her Broadway debut, Den is acting in a play that she says 'had a orofound effect on me' from the time she first read it while in high school.

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Photo Coverage: Frances Ruffelle Live(s) in New York at The Green Room 42 by Stephen Sorokoff

Last night Tony Award winner Frances Ruffelle performed her cabaret show titled Frances Ruffelle LiveS in New York at The Green Room 42 and there was no doubt the audience was ecstatic this …

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Interviews: Jasper Britton: 'My advice to aspiring actors? Don't sing like me'

As he prepares to open in Leicester Curve's production of Scrooge the Musical, Jasper Britton explains what draws him to acting and why he gave up being embarrassed years ago

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Photos: Bryan Cranston and the cast of Network: first look at production images

The National Theatre's production opens this week

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- featuring Donna Murphy, Part 2! by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

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

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POISON – Orange Tree Theatre by Victoria Sadler

An anguishing set of circumstances have brought a separated couple back together – temporarily – after nine years without having set eyes upon each other. For it was nine years ago that …

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Encuentro de las Américas Manifesto / El manifiesto del Encuentro de las Américas  by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Jose Luis Valenzuela. Jose Luis Valenzuela delivers an Encuentro de las Américas Manifesto as a part of the 2017 Latinx Theatre Commons International Convening in Los Angeles, California.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: Daveed Diggs on HAMILTON Coming to Puerto Rico: 'It's Going to Be Incredible' by BroadwayWorld

Musician and actor Daveed Diggs stopped by NBC's TODAY to talk about the new film WONDER, in which he plays the teacher of a boy with a facial difference.

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BWW's On This Day - November 13, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on November 13 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Joyce DeWitt, Julia Murney and Anita Gillette Join WOMAN OF THE YEAR at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Joyce DeWitt Three's Company, Anita Gillette A Parallelogram, and Julia Murney Wicked, have joined Feinstein's54 Below's star-studded Woman of the Year In Concert on Wednesday, November 29th…

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Features: Network and Tiger Bay make our top openings of the week

Little Women will also have its European premiere in Manchester

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Theatre News: New stage adaptation of Graham Greene's Brighton Rock to tour the UK

Bryony Lavery's new version of the show will open in York next year

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie star John McCrea: ‘It’s fun to play a character so wildly different from you’ by Mark Shenton

After generating a buzz in Sheffield, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is transferring to London. The show’s star tells Mark Shenton how his

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie inspiration Jamie Campbell: ‘I first knew about it when I heard someone had auditioned to play my mum’ by Nick Smurthwaite

The inspiration for Everybody’s Talking About Jamie, the pop musical that opens in London’s West End next week, is 22-year-old Jamie Campbell,

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GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS – West End by Ian Foster

Obviously, the choice to stage David Mamet's ode to toxic masculinity Glengarry Glen Ross was made long before the hashtag #MeToo shattered the blinkers of anyone unaware of what men have be…

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WATCH: John Owen-Jones & the cast of Tiger Bay The Musical ready for their premiere

Theatre worth traveling for! TIGER BAY THE MUSICAL receives its world premiere this week at Wales Millennium Centre in Cardiff. Watch our series of videos with stars John Owen-Jones, Noel Su…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: First Look at Bryan Cranston in NETWORK at the National Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Network depicts a dystopian media landscape where opinion trumps fact. Hilarious and horrifying by turns, the iconic film by Paddy Chayefsky won four Academy Awards in 1976. Now, Lee Hall Bi…

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Harlem shake-up: how Guys and Dolls found its swing by Ryan Gilbey

A new version of the classic musical moves Damon Runyon’s characters to uptown New York, with an all-black cast and a burst of bebop and gospelThe cast of Guys and Dolls are lending some e…

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The Enchanted Pig review at Jacksons Lane, London – ‘a hugely enjoyable evening’ by Inge Kjemtrup

The course of love never does run smooth and neither does the course of most fairytales. Random cruelty and stunning setbacks abound

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People You Should Know . . . Jeanne Sakata by Zack Calhoon

Jeanne Sakata’s-HOLD THESE TRUTHS, (2013 Drama Desk Nomination, Outstanding Solo Performance), slated for upcoming 2017-18 productions with Boston’s Lyric Stage Company, NYC’s Hang A T…

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Take a Look at Astoria Performing Arts Center’s World-Premiere Play Veil’d by Adam Hetrick

In Mendoza’s new play, a rare skin condition keeps a young girl sequestered away from the “normal” life her parents sought for her in America.

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Photo Flash: Valerie Harper Offers Rare Q&A for MY MOM & THE GIRL by BroadwayWorld

On Wednesday Nov 8th, Tony nominee Valerie Harper LOOPED, Susie Singer Carter, Liz Torres and the cast of the critically acclaimed short film MY MOM amp THE GIRL gathered for a special Acade…

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INTERVIEW: @hartley_harris on premiering @TigerBayMusical & how different Cardiff is to London > @thecentre by Press Releases

'I really relate to Themba coming from a place that is different and finding himself here in Cardiff. My mum is mixed race. Her mum was from Yorkshire and her dad was from Barbados.'

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British Library crowdsourcing project enlists public to transcribe historical playbills by Roda Musa

The British Library in London is calling for volunteers to help digitally transcribe information from historical theatre playbills to make the collection

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Heaven on Earth tour starring Kerry Ellis and Russell Watson cancelled as producer faces liquidation by Georgia Snow

Touring musical Heaven on Earth has been cancelled three weeks before it was due to open, with the production company poised to

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Review: Up Down Man at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol by Lilith Wozniak

Delights at the same time as it challenges: Lilith Wozniak reviews Myrtle Theatre's follow-up to Up Down Boy. The post Review: Up Down Man at the Tobacco Factory, Bristol appeared first on E…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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‘Soundwatch — Berlin Music Film Festival’ at Lichtblick-Kino, Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

‘Soundwatch - Berlin Music Film Festival’ is currently running at LichtBlick-Kino, Berlin.Following the tagline of the festival, “The eye is listening!” some unseen and new  fil…

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The Barricade Boys Add West End Guest Stars to Their Three-Week Run At The Other Palace! by BroadwayWorld

There's only one month to go until The Barricade Boys arrive at the Other Studio with their Christmas Cabaret, ringing in the season with show tunes and Christmas favourites, for the best pa…

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Review: Antigone, Greenwich Theatre by Tricia Wey

“A brother condemned to walk forever in the shadow of death A family teetering on the brink of catastrophe A dystopian world where one girl dares to take a stand” Antigone is Actors of D…

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‘See the world’ at FSK-Kino, Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

‘See the world’ is currently being screened at FSK-Kino, Berlin. It is a film written and directed by Muriel Couline and Delphine Coulin. The film is about two female soldiers.The film o…

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Tabula Rasa review at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘the concert element is a fiery revelation’ by Thom Dibdin

The music of Estonian composer Arvo Part is at the forefront of this collaboration between Matthew Lenton’s Vanishing Point and the Scottish Ensemble. The acknowledged significance

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Analogue photography’s artistic renaissance

Traditional photography techniques are being repurposed with extraordinary results

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Steve'n'Seagulls at Le Cabaret Suavage, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

The band, Steve'n'Seagulls will perform at Le Cabaret Suavage, Paris. The band is from Finland and is a country band belting out hard rock and metal numbers.Someone very casually defined the…

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No Place Like Hope review at Old Red Lion, London – ‘sincerity and humour’ by Paul Vale

Neither Anna nor Becca are where they are supposed to be. Teenager Becca has been forced to do community service in a

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Glengarry Glen Ross, Playhouse Theatre, London, review: Christian Slater is simply superb by Holly Williams, Holly Williams

David Mamet's play which he adapted into a 1992 film starring Jack Lemmon and Al Pacino, now stars Slater in its first major stage revival in over a decade

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Big Fish,The Other Palace, London, review: Kelsey Grammer has a natural stage presence by David Lister, David Lister

The star of American sitcom 'Frazier', Grammer, stars in Andrew Lloyd Webber's new musical about a father and son relationship, which ends up pulling at the heartstrings

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Dick Whittington review at the Coliseum, Oldham – ‘perfectly pitched panto’ by Chris Bartlett

The Coliseum’s annual yuletide offering follows a now very well-established formula both on stage and off. Traditionally opening early in the festive

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‘Being A Man’ at South Bank Centre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Being A Man” will be staged at South Bank Centre, London. It is a festival where through talk shows and workshops manhood is being celebrated and understood. There will be different spe…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Monday, November 13, 2017 by James Marino

Listen: Scott Rudin vs The Tony Awards administration committee, Margaritaville Marquisville, Kids Night on Broadway, Taye Diggs Directing, Justin Guarini to the Rescue, and The Weekly …

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NBC's Robert Greenblatt Makes Contribution to EdTA's JumpStart Theatre Program by Stephanie Wild

Robert Greenblatt, Chairman of NBC has made a generous donation to the Educational Theatre Association's JumpStart Theatre program. This was announced at the Thespians Go Hollywood benefit c…

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Review Round-Ups: Did critics think Glengarry Glen Ross was a big deal?

The show opened in the West End last week

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Holiday light displays around St. Louis will make your spirits glow this season by Valerie Schremp Hahn • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

From homegrown displays at houses to elaborate productions at attractions, here's a list of bright ideas for a night out.

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3 area middle schools will get theater-arts programs with help of Stages St. Louis by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

With Stages St. Louis, three under-served schools here will be among the first in the country to Jumpstart Theatre

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Beijing Guitar Duo plays impressively at the Sheldon by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

They're fine soloists as well as a well-tuned ensemble

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BWW Morning Brief November 13th, 2017 - THE CHILDREN'S MONOLOGUES and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news THE CHILDREN'S MONOLOGUES benefit hits Carnegie Hall, ROCKERS ON BROADWAY supports BCEFA, Columbus Circle's 'Under the Stars' Broadway series kic…

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THE TAILOR-MADE MAN – White Bear Theatre ★★★★ by Anne Cox

At one time Billy Haines, the subject of Claudio Macor’s play, The Tailor-Made Man, was as big as Clark Gable, Ramon Novarro and Montgomery Clift (look ’em up if the names mean nothing t…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Review: Rules For Living (Rose Theatre Kingston)

Simon Godwin directs this revival of Sam Holcroft's Ayckbournesque comedy

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Pericles: Born in a Tempest

Pericles: Born in a Tempest Off Off Bway, Hunger and Thirst at the West End Theater Reviewed by Ran Xia BOTTOM LINE: A highly imaginative and moving production of Pericles that highlights …

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Follies’ Sarah-Marie Maxwell by Helen McWilliams

'Follies has been an incredible experience so far. At 24 having the opportunity to work with such fantastic people and in The National Theatre of all places is so overwhelming. I honestly pi…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Tin Drum at Bristol Old Vic by Lilith Wozniak

Banging away: Kneehigh's latest adaptation is energetic but aimless. The post Review: The Tin Drum at Bristol Old Vic appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Theater News: Snapchat Unlocks New Lion King Lens in Select Countries Worldwide

The new lens was created in honor of the Tony Award-winning musical's 20th anniversary on Broadway.

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And Scene #33 - Diversity in Playwriting: Part One by Andscenepod, Michael Salerno

Welcome to this week’s episode of the And Scene Theater Podcast!  This week in Act 1, we discuss the an interesting pairing for particle physics, some Lin-Manuel Miranda news, and the new…

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BWW Interview: Josie Walker On EVERYBODY'S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE by Marianka Swain

Josie Walker's work ranges from Matilda the Musical to Husband amp Sons and War Horse. She's now starring in a new musical based on the real story of 16-year-old Jamie Campbell, who wanted t…

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Lion King Lens, Featuring Masks of Simba and Nala, Now Available to Snapchat Users by Andrew Gans

The virtual experience celebrates the 20th anniversary of the Tony-winning Disney musical.

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Am I Dead Yet? at the Soho Theatre by Lee Anderson

Gallows humour: Lee Anderson reviews Chris Thorpe & Jon Spooner's show about shuffling off the mortal coil. The post Review: Am I Dead Yet? at the Soho Theatre appeared first on Exeunt …

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Chekhov’s ‘Three Sisters’ at Sydney Opera House by Blouin Artinfo

Sydney Opera House is staging an adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s “Three Sisters,” written by Andrew Upton and directed by Kip Williams. Upton is best known for his new adaptations o…

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Lyn Gardner: We all must ensure we stop abuse by Lyn Gardner

Last Thursday, The Stage and its editor, Alistair Smith, asked six key questions of the Old Vic board over the Kevin Spacey

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Review: Coriolanus at the Barbican by Neil Dowden

Dripping with blood and sweat: Neil Dowden reviews the opening production of the RSC's Rome Season at the Barbican. The post Review: Coriolanus at the Barbican appeared first on Exeunt Maga…

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Mark Shenton’s week: Is body shaming ever appropriate in reviews? by Mark Shenton

Actors are, believe it or not, like the rest of us: they have to live in their bodies 24/7, not just when

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 11/12-11/13/2017

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Monday, November 13, 2017 - Monday, November 13, 2017.

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On the Couch with Tyran Parke by Arts Review

Who is Tyran Parke? I’m not sure. I’ve always wanted to read the story of my life so I could get the outside view and maybe understand him more. Every time I think I’ve got him pinned,…

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Tips for Giving Feedback to Student Playwrights by Lindsay Price

Nick Pappas wears many hats. He is a playwright, a director, he teaches and he’s a dramaturg. This conversation took place at the International Thespian Festival where for the past five ye…

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Jordan Fisher's DWTS Chemistry with Lindsay Arnold by Young Hollywood

Jordan Fisher's DWTS Chemistry with Lindsay ArnoldThe competition is heating up on "Dancing With The Stars", and no one is hotter than Jordan Fisher and his pro partner Lindsay Arnold! YH ca…

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Monday, November 13, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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This Is ILLYRIA, Ladies and Gentlemen by Peter Filichia

  For the last third of a century, a concerted effort has been made to have children become aware of...Continue Reading The post This Is ILLYRIA, Ladies and Gentlemen appeared first on …

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IMPRESSIONS Burst: European Perspectives- Tero Saarinen Company, Compagnie Maguy Marin, and Dresden Semperoper Ballett at The Joyce Theater by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS Burst:European Perspectives - Tero Saarinen Company, Compagnie Maguy Marin, and Dresden Semperoper Ballett at The Joyce Theater, "Their programs suggest that, underneath the g…

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IMPRESSIONS: Cynthia Oliver's "Virago-Man Dem" at BAM by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Cynthia Oliver's Virago-Man Dem at BAM, "She taps into Afro-Caribbean and African-American ancestries of performers, grounding their personal experiences into broader consi…

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Artistic Director Marc Brew about AXIS Dance Company's 30th Anniversary and New York Season at Gibney Dance by The Dance Enthusiast

In Artistic Director Marc Brew about AXIS Dance Company's 30th Anniversary and New York Season at Gibney Dance, "For a while after the accident, I stopped looking at myself in the mirror; an…

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It's a Play, Not a History Lesson - Playwright Richard Nelson reflects on the early days of Shakespeare in the Park

Tony-winning dramatist Richard Nelson reflects on the early days of Shakespeare in the Park---A beloved summer tradition for theatregoers, the Public Theater's free, star-studded Shakespeare…

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Do You Know All the Mufasas and Simbas of Broadway’s The Lion King? by Hannah Vine

A look back at the actors who have played the father-son duo as the show celebrates its 20th Anniversary on Broadway November 13.

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How Playwrights Horizons Became a Launchpad for Pulitzer-Winning Work by Olivia Clement

Artistic director Tim Sanford reveals the secret to the Off-Broadway theatre company’s success.

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Pointe in Time Gala held at the Westin by Natalie Bencivenga / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

When and where: Saturday night at the Westin Convention Center, Downtown.

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