Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

When the Halls are Full of Monsters by Holger Syme

Rehearsal halls have to be, by definition, safe spaces. They have to be places where people can be as vulnerable as necessary, as open as they need to be, as free of inhibitions, as daring, …

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Fine Voices Battle Miserable Script, Lyrics In Flashdance by Bill Hirschman

Broward Stage Door’s production of Flashdance the Musical has aspects worth recommending such as two charismatic leads with powerful voices worthy of a brass band. That’s fortunate becau…

SOURCE: Florida Theater On Stage at 11:22PM

Canadian theater founder suspended amid harassment claims by Associated Press

A prominent figure in the Canadian arts world was suspended Wednesday by the theater company he co-founded amid four lawsuits by actresses who allege he exposed himself, groped them and othe…

SOURCE: Washington Post at 11:12PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Interview: Meet the Playwright of ‘House.’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse by Guest Author

The new year brings the opening of the original play by Daniel Johnston, House., to Laurel Mill Playhouse in Laurel, Maryland. House. is directed by Susan Brall – a reviewer at DCMTA – a…

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 09:59PM

An Interview with Tony Nominated Lighting Designer Ben Stanton at Junk On Broadway by Theatre Nerds

behind-the-scenes look and interview with Tony Nominated Lighting Designer Ben Stanton at Junk On Broadway.

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Same Sex by John Simon

I have sometimes been called (wrongly) a homophobe. But let’s start with the word “homosexual.” The “homo,” per se, has nothing to do with homosexuality. It comes from the Greek …

SOURCE: John Simon at 09:02PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Haven’t seen the new Mamma Mia! yet? Get a taste with their awesome highlights video by AussieTheatre

Yesterday the new Australian production of Mamma Mia! released a four minute video with highlights from the shows many hits. If you haven’t had a chance to see this completely rethou…

SOURCE: AussieTheatre at 08:17PM

Canadian theater founder Albert Schultz suspended following harassment claims by Associated Press

The suspension came following lawsuits filed by actresses who allege Albert Schultz exposed himself, groped them and otherwise sexually humiliated them.       …

SOURCE: USA Today at 08:10PM

The Business of Show Biz - Getting Notes From A Fellow Actor

by Velina Brown Q: A while ago I was cast in an AEA show with an actor who took it on themselves to give notes to their fellow actors after opening. This would happen during the fight call,…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 08:00PM

Executive Director's Note: A New Year for Old Tech

by Brad Erickson It’s that time of the year when newspaper columnists and media pundits love to look back and assess the twelve months just passed or make assured predictions for the ye…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 08:00PM

The Business of Show Biz - Getting Notes From A Fellow Actor

by Velina Brown Q: A while ago I was cast in an AEA show with an actor who took it on themselves to give notes to their fellow actors after opening. This would happen during the fight call,…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 08:00PM

Executive Director's Note: A New Year for Old Tech

by Brad Erickson It?s that time of the year when newspaper columnists and media pundits love to look back and assess the twelve months just passed or make assured predictions for the year…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 08:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

If You Like Taking A Shower, You May Like Nudism by Joe Patti

As soon as I saw the first four lines of a post Seth Godin made last month, I knew what I wanted to write. Then he wrote a lot of it for me. Want to go visit a nudist colony? I don’t k…

SOURCE: Butts In The Seats at 07:28PM

Toronto Theater Company Leader Steps Aside Amid Harassment Suits by Laura Collins-Hughes

Four women have sued the company and its artistic director, Albert Schultz, accusing him of sexual misconduct and creating a “culture of fear.”

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 07:20PM

The Stage 100 2018: The full list by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Analysis by The Stage

Drawing up a list of the 100 most influential people in theatre is always a difficult task. But it has been especially

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (top 5) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (6-10) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (11-20) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (21-30) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (31-40) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (41-50) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (51-60) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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The Stage 100 2018: Theatre’s most influential (61-70) by The Stage

The Stage 100 is the definitive list of theatre’s most influential people and partnerships. Each year, a crack team of leading industry

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IMPERIUM – PART 2 AND REPRISE Swan, Stratford by Libby Purves and Friends

AT LAST…AND FINE TO THE LAST   After snowbound frustration in December drove me onto the road after part I, I saw the first again and  that evening reached the second play in one…

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The Stage 100 2018: Royal Court artistic director Vicky Featherstone tops ‘most influential’ list by Georgia Snow

Vicky Featherstone has been named the most influential person in British theatre, taking the number one spot in The Stage 100. The

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Vicky Featherstone named most influential person in British theatre by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Royal Court artistic director takes top spot in league table after swift response to industry harassment scandalVicky Featherstone, the artistic director of the Royal Court, has been named t…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 07:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

22 of the Most Eagerly Anticipated New York Stage Shows of Winter-Spring 2018 by David Rooney

Major revivals, surefire blockbusters, new musicals from the co-creators of 'In the Heights' and 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch,' and star turns from Glenda Jackson, Denzel Washington, Andrew Ga…

SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter at 06:53PM

Film Adaptation of JOURNEY'S END Gets Release Date by BroadwayWorld

A new film based on the play Journey's End has received a March 2, 2018 release date. The film will first open in New York and Los Angeles with a nationwide release to follow.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:50PM

Remembering Rick Hall and the Musical Alchemy of FAME Studios by Amanda Petrusich

Amanda Petrusich on Rick Hall, the music producer who founded FAME Studios, who died, at the age of eighty-five, this week.

SOURCE: The New Yorker Subscription at 06:43PM

Off Broadway Spring 2018 Guide by New York Theater

The Spring 2018 season Off-Broadway promises some thrilling shows, as the preview guide below should make clear. There are new plays by superstar playwrights — Caryl Churchill (about r…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 06:39PM

Four Actresses Accuse Toronto Theater Leader of Sexual Harassment, Assault by Gordon Cox

Four women have accused Albert Schultz, the artistic director of Toronto’s Soulpepper Theatre Company, of sexual harassment and assault in four separate civil lawsuits, according to a …

SOURCE: Variety at 06:37PM

Far from being in crisis, 2017 was a great year for Australian musical theatre by Arts Review

In June last year, the annual Helpmann Award Nominations sparked concern that original Australian musical theatre was in crisis. John Frost, one of the biggest producers of musical theatre i…

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

A Field Guide to “Star Wars” Musical Leitmotifs by Alex Ross

Alex Ross on “The Last Jedi” and the Wagnerian leitmotifs created by John Williams for the “Star Wars” universe.

SOURCE: The New Yorker Subscription at 05:45PM

Ellen Page marries New York dance teacher Emma Portner by Associated Press

Ellen Page is now a married woman.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 05:42PM

Lesli Margherita Will Bring THIS BROAD'S WAY to Bucks County Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

Lesli Margherita is heading to Pennsylvania Bucks County Playhouse has just announced that the Olivier Award winner will bring her new solo concert,'This Broad's Way,' to the New Hope ve…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:14PM

Dance Preview: ‘Bald Ballerina’ Maggie Kudirka Dances for Life by Carolyn Kelemen

There wasn’t a dry eye when Margaret “Maggie” Kudirka ripped off her headscarf and fell to the floor during her poignant Loss and Survival solo, set to the familiar Edith Piaf song of …

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 05:10PM

4 Women Seek Legal Action Against Soulpepper Theatre Company and Artistic Director Albert Schultz Following Sexual Assault Allegations by Ryan McPhee

The separate civil suits detail a range of sexual misconduct perpetrated by the Toronto-based artist over a dozen years.

SOURCE: Playbill at 05:07PM

CLO Cabaret veterans star in world premiere musical 'Up and Away' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh CLO has announced the cast of its world premiere musical comedy "Up and Away," a CLO Cabaret show described as "an epic tale of the world’s FIRST superhero."

SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at 05:04PM

GOLDEN GLOBES 2018: Will Tony and Oscar Winner Frances McDormand Finally Win a Golden Globe? by Ruthie Fierberg

Before Fargo and Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri, McDormand trained on the stage.

SOURCE: Playbill at 05:01PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Gillian Pensavalle Wrote the Other 51 – ADHD and The Hamilcast by Admin

What fan of the singular show Hamilton: An American Musical wouldn’t love to have its writer and star Lin Manuel Miranda over for drinks and four hours of talking about Hamilton? One enthu…

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Echo Theatre Plans West Coast Premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Gloria by Adam Hetrick

The Los Angeles theatre company will stage four premieres as part of its 2018 season.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:51PM

Video: Proud of Our Boy! Happy Birthday, Telly Leung! by Alexa Criscitiello

Recently on Broadway, Leung has starred in the musicals Allegiance and In Transit. He also appeared on Broadway in Flower Drum Song and Pacific Overtures and was part of the final Broadway c…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 04:42PM

Prominent Canadian theater figure faces harassment claims by Associated Press

A prominent figure in the Canadian theater world and the company he founded are facing four separate lawsuits alleging sexual assault and harassment.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 04:36PM

Broadway Makes Itself More Accessible To The Outside World

As producers realize there is both aptitude among these performers and dollars to be spent, performers and audience members with disabilities have seen a small growth of increased accessibil…

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VIDEO: Randy Rainbow Borrows SOUND OF MUSIC Tune for North Korea Scandal Parody by BroadwayWorld

In his newest song parody, Randy Rainbow gives the latest North Korea scandal the 'Sound of Music' treatment with 'How Do You Solve a Problem Like Korea...' Check out the video below

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 04:25PM

Lesli Margherita Will Show Pennsylvania This Broad’s Way by Robert Viagas

She will take the stage at Bucks County Playhouse January 20.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:23PM

Spielberg, Muse, Uma Thurman: Performing Arts Preview 2018 – Film, Music, Stage by Mark Beech

The year 2018 is already shaping up to be a great one for the performing arts. There is a lot of offer - from historical movies about U.S. politics, the Gettys and wartime Britain; to musica…

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Westfield News Group ArtsBeat for 1/3/18 by Mark G Auerbach

Westfield News Group ArtsBeat for 1/3/18. Sharon Washington stars in Feeding The Dragon at Hartford Stage. Sondheim’s Road Show is reason for a Boston road trip and arts news for W.Mass an…

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Casting directors ready response as Broadway League suit progresses by Caitlin Huston

Seven Broadway casting offices have until Jan. 22 to respond to allegations of violating antitrust laws as the lawsuit filed against them by The Broadway League proceeds. The allegation come…

SOURCE: Broadway.News Subscription at 04:19PM

Odds & Ends: The Greatest Showman & Beauty and the Beast Receive Artios Award Nominations & More by

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. The Greatest Showman & Beauty and the Beast Receive Artios Awards Nominations The Casting Society of America's Arti…

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Block Talk- Episode 21: Gina Tonic by Michael Block

I got a chance to talk to NYC drag queen, Gina Tonic about everything Gina and her upcoming monthly show at Precisions Metal, "Snatched to the Future!"To listen to the episode, visit iTunes …

SOURCE: TheaterInTheNow at 04:04PM

Theater News: January 9 Talkback Announced for Off-Broadway's 20th Century Blues

Susan Miller's new play is directed by Emily Mann.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 04:00PM

Music News: Muriel's Wedding Musical to Release World Premiere Cast Album

The cult hit comedy is now making its stage debut at the Sydney Theatre Company.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 04:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Don’t Miss: Irondale’s ‘She Stands Alone’ Series by Matthew Wexler

Irondale brings the female voice centerstage with week-long 'She Stands Alone' series.

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 03:59PM

Disney Set Decorator Says She Was Fired for Taking Family Leave by Gene Maddaus

A set decorator on the Shanghai Disney resort filed a federal lawsuit Wednesday, alleging she was fired because she needed to take time off to care for her ailing father. The suit, filed by …

SOURCE: Variety at 03:53PM

Bobbie Horowitz ‘It’s Just a Number’ by Sandi Durell

    One of the long running and inspiring cabaret series is credited to Bobbie Horowitz who has been honoring people over age 50 thru 80+, those who have created something new and …

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'The Cake' and the gay wedding cake debate head to La Jolla Playhouse by Jessica Gelt

Playwright and “This Is Us” writer Bekah Brunstetter’s “The Cake,” a comedy about a Christian-conservative baker who balks at making a wedding cake for a lesbian couple, will follo…

SOURCE: Los Angeles Times at 03:35PM

January Editor's Picks: Fresh Faces Step Into Shows, Off-Broadway Turns Up the Heat, & Concerts Get Starry

A look at 15 events happening around NYC in January 2018 that you want to make sure are on your radar.

SOURCE: BroadwayBox at 03:23PM

Release Date Set for Journey’s End Film, Based on Broadway Play by Andrew Gans

Sam Claflin, Asa Butterfield, Paul Bettany, Toby Jones, and more star.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:16PM

Les Misérables, Springsteen's buddy and more things to do in Philadelphia, Jan. 5-11

What you should be doing in the city from Jan. 5 to 11.

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Jersey Boys Star John Lloyd Young Brings His Cabaret Show to California by Robert Viagas

The Tony Award winner will take the stage at the Orinda Theatre February 1.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:02PM

Interviews: Glenn Waldron on the journey from fashion journalist to playwright

As his new play opens in London, former editor of i-D magazine Glenn Waldron explains how he came to theatre

SOURCE: WhatsOnStage at 03:00PM

Theater News: Sweeney Todd Finds Its New Leads in Thom Sesma and Sally Ann Triplett

Hugh Panaro and Carolee Carmello will play their final performances.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 03:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre at the Center announces 'Steel Magnolias' cast by Morgan Greene

Theatre at the Center announced the cast of Robert Harling’s Louisiana beauty shop-set tearjerker “Steel Magnolias” Wednesday. The production will star Cory Goodrich as M’Lynn, Landr…

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 02:55PM

Uncensored Director's Cut of INDECENT Will be Available on BroadwayHD Late January by BroadwayWorld

When Indecent aired on PBS's Great Performances it was missing some of the elements that helped it earn the 2017 Tony Award for Best Direction. Ironically, a play with a deep history of cens…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:49PM

Thom Sesma, Sally Ann Triplett & More to Join Immersive Pie-Shop Sweeney Todd by Andy Lefkowitz

A new group of stars will attend the tale in off-Broadway's hit environmenal production of Sweeney Todd. Thom Sesma will take on the title role alongside Sally Ann Triplett as Mrs. Lovet…

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Thom Sesma and Sally Ann Triplett to Join Off-Broadway’s Immersive Sweeney Todd by Olivia Clement

The actors will succeed Hugh Panaro and Carolee Carmello in February.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:35PM

New artistic directors at the New Colony by Morgan Greene

The New Colony has announced the company’s new artistic directors: Fin Coe and Stephanie Shum. Coe and Shum, who succeed founding members Andrew Hobgood and Evan Linder, were both previous…

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 02:35PM

Thom Sesma & Sally Ann Triplett to Take Over the Pie Shop in Barrow Street Theatre's SWEENEY TODD by BroadwayWorld

Producers of the Tooting Arts Club production of Sweeney Todd The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, which broke the Barrow Street Theatre sales house record for the week ending December 31st, an…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:34PM

Disney Dreams Come True: An Interview With Reggie De Leon by Mark A. Robinson

As the National Tour of Aladdin prepares to open at the Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles, one of its cast members is sharing a very special story about his career with Disney and how it has c…

SOURCE: Broadway Direct at 02:20PM

Artistic Director of Soulpepper, Toronto's Largest Non-Profit Theatre Company, Accused of Sexual Misconduct by BroadwayWorld

The Globe and Mail's J. Kelly Nestruck reports that four actresses have filed civil suits against Toronto's Soulpepper Theatre Company and it's artistic director Alber Schultz.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:15PM

Muriel’s Wedding Musical Records Cast Album by Adam Hetrick

The Australian stage musical, featuring original songs and ABBA pop hits, will release an original cast album in the coming months.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:11PM

BWW Exclusive: Katie Chills Out #BetweenShows with MISS SAIGON's Devin Ilaw! by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below to find out how Miss Saigon star Devin Ilaw spends his downtime between matinee and evening performances at the Broadway Theatre

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:08PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

The 2018 Broadway Spring Preview by Gerard Raymond

You don’t need magical powers to predict that a snow queen and a wizard with a lightning-shaped scar on his forehead will likely dominate the second half of the Broadway season. But there …

SOURCE: Broadway Direct at 01:57PM

Audra McDonald to Sing With Rochester Philharmonic by Robert Viagas

The January 25 concert is a follow-up to her sold-out 2015 appearance with the orchestra.

SOURCE: Playbill at 01:51PM

Review: Blessed Unrest’s Bare-Bones ‘Snow Queen’ Brings the Story To Life by Megan Wrappe

By Megan Wrappe, Contributing Writer, January 3, 2018 In the last few years, Hans Christian Anderson’s tale The Snow Queen has become even more popular since the release of Disney’s…

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Talking to Sarah Bockel about push-pull of the 'Beautiful' Broadway tour by Morgan Greene

Near the end of “Beautiful — The Carole King Musical,” after the audience has watched Carole King fall in and out of love, make hits from the sidelines and finally step into a spotligh…

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 01:30PM

Sound Theatre Company Announces 2018 Season by American Theatre Editors

The theatre will feature work from artists with disabilities, and make its productions more accessible.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 01:29PM

Soulpepper Theatre icon Albert Schultz accused of sexual misconduct by four actresses by J. Kelly Nestruck

Plaintiffs describe years of harassment and assault while working for Soulpepper's co-founder Albert Schultz, who has been described as a 'serial sexual predator' in separate …

SOURCE: The Globe and Mail at 01:02PM

How Vocal Coach Liz Caplan Makes Both Hollywood and Broadway Sing by Terry Flores

Ben Platt, the Tony-winning original star of “Dear Evan Hansen,” is leaning backward over a piano and singing scales. His head’s cradled in one hand of his voice teacher, Liz Caplan,…

SOURCE: Variety at 01:00PM

INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Joshua McTaggart by Emma Clarendon

This is the first fully curated season of work we have announced since opening the venue, so it feels like a long time coming in terms of a clear and united narrative about the type of work …

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Variety Honors Patty Jenkins, Aaron Sorkin and Daniel Kaluuya With Creative Impact Awards by Jenelle Riley

Every year, Variety hosts an intimate brunch where it honors 10 Directors to Watch and the recipients of the Creative Impact Awards the morning following the Palm Springs Intl. Film Festival…

SOURCE: Variety at 01:00PM

Theater News: The Bench to Have 12-Week Run at East Village Playhouse

Robert Galinsky extends the off-Broadway life of his self-penned solo show.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 01:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

NFL Legend Eddie George Will Star in CHICAGO in Columbus by BroadwayWorld

NFL legend, OSU superstar, and Heisman Trophy winner Eddie George will make his Columbus stage debut, performing the role of fast-talking lawyer Billy Flynn in the Tony Award-winning, recor…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:47PM

Eight cheetah cubs born at St. Louis Zoo; large litter makes history by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Mother cheetah Bingwa gave birth to the cubs on Nov. 26, and all appear to be healthy, zoo says

SOURCE: St. Louis Today at 12:45PM

Hear Word! Naija Women Talk True to Return to A.R.T. by Olivia Clement

Ifeoma Fafunwa’s previously sold-out show features a cast of women from the Nigerian stage and screen.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:38PM

From Wicked to Aladdin: A Look Back at Telly Leung on the Stage by Hannah Vine

Leung, currently starring in Broadway’s Aladdin, celebrates his birthday January 3.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:38PM

Watch: A Bronx Tale Creators Discuss Alan Menken’s ‘Roll ’Em’ by Andrew Gans

Composer Menken, librettist Chazz Palminteri, and producer Tommy Mottola share their thoughts on the song in this exclusive video.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:34PM

Original A Chorus Line Star Baayork Lee Will Stage New National Tour; Cast Set by Andrew Gans

Performances begin January 20 in Somerville, New Jersey.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:28PM

‘Song and Dance Man’ Matthew Morrison Will Take Fans on a Tour of His Broadway Career by Robert Viagas

The star of Glee and Finding Neverland will sing in NYC January 6–13 with guests including Kelli O’Hara.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:17PM

More Chances to Catch the Disaster - PLAY THAT GOES WRONG Now on Sale Through July 1 by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Award winning hit comedy The Play That Goes Wrong continues to go right into the New Year The producers of the longest running play currently on Broadway have announced that a new b…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:08PM

Meet the Cast of Miles for Mary at Playwrights Horizons by Hannah Vine

The acclaimed comedic show from The Mad Ones will make its official Off-Broadway debut January 11.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:04PM

CINDERELLA – Liverpool ★★★★★ by Helen McWilliams

With a small cast of lead roles, an extremely able ensemble and a set to rival most of the pantomimes I’ve seen this season – it’s one to bag a ticket for if you can.

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Interviews: Pearl Mackie: 'My advice to aspiring actors? Keep going, it's a marathon, not a sprint'

As she prepares to star in a new revival of Harold Pinter's The Birthday Party, one-time Doctor Who assistant Pearl Mackie explains how she learnt to cry onstage and what it's been l…

SOURCE: WhatsOnStage at 12:00PM

Theater News: American Repertory Theater Announces Casting for Hear Word! Naija Women Talk True

The production is written and directed by Ifeoma Fafunwa.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 12:00PM

Theater News: Hamilton in San Diego Gets a Digital #Ham4Ham Lottery

Lin-Manuel Miranda's record-breaking musical is set for its sitdown at the San Diego Civic Theatre.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 12:00PM

Write Stuff: Chris Knopf, Paul Kix To Give Free Author Talks by Carole Goldberg

Chris Knopf of Avon, an award-winning author of mysteries, will give a free talk Wednesday, Jan. 10, at 7 p.m. at the Tolland Public Library, 21 Tolland Green, for the Library Foundation’s…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 12:00PM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

The historic Roxian Theater in McKees Rocks has a buyer by Diana Nelson Jones / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Roxian Theater in McKees Rocks has a buyer, moving it a step closer to becoming a live music venue.

SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at 11:58AM

Everything you need to know about Disney’s Aladdin in London by Robin Johnson

Disney’s Aladdin musical has brought a whole new world of wonder to the West End. We've the answers to all your questions about the spell-binding show. The post Everything you need to kno…

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A CHORUS LINE Announces 2018 National Tour Launching January 20 by BroadwayWorld

Big League Productions, Inc. proudly presents the Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning singular sensation, A CHORUS LINE, featuring Michael Bennett's original Broadway direction and choreog…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:51AM

A Philadelphia Theater Heading, and Sweating, in a New Direction by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Repertory companies have largely disappeared on American stages. But with an eye on Europe, and highly physical training, the Wilma Theater is going against the grain.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 11:47AM

Concerto Italiano, Wigmore Hall, London — an evening of musical brain-teasers

The period instrument ensemble’s programme drew from the later works of Bach

SOURCE: The Financial Times Subscription at 11:33AM

New Block of Tickets Now on Sale for Broadway's The Play That Goes Wrong by Andrew Gans

The award-winning Broadway production continues at the Lyceum Theatre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:33AM

All the Money in the World — a slick, shrewd, well-staged film

Christopher Plummer is fine as Kevin Spacey’s replacement in this Getty kidnap movie but . . . 

SOURCE: The Financial Times Subscription at 11:32AM

Brad’s Status — Ben Stiller excels in a sad comedy

A midlife crisis movie that prompts chuckles of wonder and sorrow

SOURCE: The Financial Times Subscription at 11:32AM

Hostiles — a Western of unsparing action scenes

Christian Bale and Rosamund Pike star in a story of cruelty towards Native Americans that’s tarnished by its revisionism

SOURCE: The Financial Times Subscription at 11:31AM

Broadway Grosses w/e 12/31/2017: Oh, if only they were all like this!

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending December 31, 2017. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

SOURCE: The Producer's Perspective at 11:00AM

Victoria’s Top Ten for January 2018 by Victoria Sadler

So, how was your Christmas then? If you’re like me, your thoughts will already be turning to 2018 and all those good intentions you’re going to put into practice.

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Theater News: Miles for Mary Begins Rehearsals at Playwrights Horizons

Lila Neugebauer directs the show, created by the Mad Ones, with performances set to begin January 11.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 11:00AM

Theater News: The Very Hungry Caterpillar Show Offers Free Tickets to 1000th Performance

A lottery for the freebies will be held January 3-10.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 11:00AM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Loss of free movement post Brexit will be ‘devastating’ for the arts, leaders warn by Matthew Hemley

A survey of industry leaders including Nicholas Hytner and Tamara Rojo warns that losing freedom of movement after a hard Brexit would

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 10:49AM

Fringe operator Sweet Venues expands Brighton operations by Georgia Snow

Venue operator Sweet, which runs spaces at the Edinburgh and Brighton fringes, is to open a second permanent space in Brighton and

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 10:47AM

Kevin Chamberlin and More Will Bring Up in the Cheap Seats to Life January 5 by Robert Viagas

Author Ron Fassler and his guests will recreate the Broadway of the 1970s at the NYC concert.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:46AM

These School of Rock Stars Introduce us to their Furry (and scaly) Friends by Janie Willison

Photos provided by cast members While Badia Farha (Ms. Sheinkopf), Analisa Leaming (Rosalie), and Lori Eve Marinacci (Patty) are rocking out in School of Rock on Broadway, their pets are at …

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Bless the Host by American Theatre Editors

Directors set the table for our theatrical meals, and preparation is key.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:43AM

Developing a Sense of Direction by American Theatre Editors

How six directors discovered and honed their craft—and found careers along the way.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:42AM

Paving the Way by American Theatre Editors

Five veteran directors tell how they got where they are and what they’re passing on.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:42AM

Learning to Lead by American Theatre Editors

10 MFA directing programs designed to train well-rounded directors.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:41AM

The Generative Generation by American Theatre Editors

A make-it-new trend gains currency with audiences and academia.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:41AM

Fellowships Ahoy by American Theatre Editors

After the degree (or without it), there are myriad alternatives for directors to learn their chops.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:40AM

Let's Get Razzle Dazzled! Broadway Balances America Goes Behind the Scenes with Chicago The Musical by Ryan Gilbert

Come on, babe, why don't we paint the town? And all that jazz! Broadway Balances America, the special five-part series airing on The Balancing Act on Lifetime Television, continued its f…

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Theater Review: “The Wolves” — Theater of the Prosaic by Arts Fuse Editor

Perhaps the theatre of millennials will resemble Reality TV, resistant to suggestive metaphor and the rewards of complex narration.

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See Who’s Joining Ali Ewoldt, Matthew Hydzik, and Natalie Cortez in West Side Story Concerts by Andrew Gans

The Leonard Bernstein classic will be presented in March in California.

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Carrying Queerness With You: Reflections inspired by {my lingerie play} by Amy Gijsbers Van Wijk

I wonder about the ways that our bodies clue us into selves and identities, perhaps even before we’re aware of them.

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In rehearsal: Amadeus by Robin Johnson

Court composer Antonio Salieri squares off against the genius of Mozart in Peter Shaffer's peerless drama Amadeus, returning to the National Theatre this month. The post In rehearsal: Amadeu…

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Go Inside Rehearsals for Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus at the National Theatre by Hannah Vine

Lucian Msamati and Adam Gillen reprise their performances as Salieri and Mozart.

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THE JUNGLE – Young Vic Theatre by Aleks Sierz

This new play about refugee-camp life in Calais is a gruelling docu-drama, powerful but oh so middle class!

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Players of the Moment: Theater Activists (Chicago Inclusion Project, Not In Our House and The Chicago Theater Accountability Coalition) by Kevin Greene

Three organizations that reflect a growth of activism in our theater community. Their objectives include advocating for equitable representation, addressing harassment and abuse and challeng…

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Looking Ahead to 2018, Part II: The New Shows by JK

Yesterday, I talked about the shows I was looking forward to that are already established. Today, I'll go over the new shows I'm definitely getting to. And I'll end with a short list of not …

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Broadway Unplugged: Charlie and the Chocolate Factory Star Mike Wartella Gives "Pure Imagination" a Fresh Acoustic Spin

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory star Mike Wartella totally puts a fresh spin on the classic tune "Pure Imagination".

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

How Ethan Slater Became Broadway’s SpongeBob SquarePants by Jackson McHenry

Literalists who arrive at SpongeBob SquarePants: the Musical hoping to see a man sing and dance in a big, yellow, sponge-shaped outfit are bound to be disappointed. Instead of mimicking a ca…

SOURCE: Vulture at 09:58AM

Stage review: The story lags but the spectacle of 'Love Never Dies' lives up to its 'Phantom' roots by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The haunting splendor of “Love Never Dies” thrills in a way the rest of the sequel to “The Phantom of the Opera” never quite matches. But oh, how it tries.

SOURCE: Pittsburgh Post-Gazette at 09:49AM

Austin Pendleton Will Star in World Premiere of New Comedy Delta in the Sky With Diamonds or Maybe Not by Andrew Gans

Performances will begin Off-Broadway at Theatre 54 at Shetler Studios January 25.

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James Anthony Tyler Named Recipient of Horton Foote Playwriting Award by Olivia Clement

The Dolphins and Sharks playwright will receive $25,000 from The Dramatists Guild of America.

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The Grinning Man: deserves a permanent home in the West End

Even though The Grinning Man is an adaptation of an old fairy tale, this British musical is an enchanting combination of new and old. As soon as you step into Trafalgar Studios, you are imme…

SOURCE: London Theatre Direct at 09:44AM

Theatre Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at Compass Rose Theater by Jeanie Casison

What happens when a man’s faith is tested in a fast-changing world? This is the quandary that modest milkman Tevye faces as he wrestles with both his Orthodox beliefs and the outside facto…

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Young People Value Theatre As Much As Older Ones, Though They Do So Differently, Researchers Find

Theatre management professor Anthony Rhine looks as the results of three recent studies on engagement.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 09:33AM

Exclusive: Original Stars of Grease and Sweeney Todd to Salute Songwriters of The Fantasticks by Robert Viagas

Carole Demas and Sarah Rice to sing Thank You for Your Love February 8 in NYC.

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The Business Move You Might Want to Consider Under the New Tax Plan

Most American actors go from gig to gig, company to company, and sometimes work a side hustle in between. Unless an actor, for example, has secured a position at a resident ensemble or on a …

SOURCE: Backstage at 09:30AM

Young Frankenstein

From the ripe, vibrant brains behind The Producers, Blazing Saddles and Spaceballs, Mel Brooks’ Young Frankenstein comes to life at the Garrick Theatre. Young Frankenstein ticks all th…

SOURCE: London Theatre Direct at 09:16AM

Tennessee Williams Theater Festival Sets Date for 2018 Return by Adam Hetrick

Entitled “Tennessee Williams: While We’re Waiting,” the festival returns for its 13th annual year in Provincetown.

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View From the Outsite’s 2017 top shows by Stephanie Ressort

As a functioning theatre addict I clocked up 145 different shows in 2017. Which is no mean feat as my amateur status means I paid to see all these shows (as this is an unsustainable addictio…

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Livestreaming the Under the Radar 2018 Professional Symposium at The Public Theater in New York City—Thursday 11 January 2018—#UTR18 by [email protected] (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Public Theater in New York City presents the Under the Radar 2018 Professional Symposium livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at…

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

N.E.R.D dancer Mette Towley: 'I physically show up and protest via performance - I tear apart symbols of injustice' by Roisin O'Connor, Roisin O'Connor

Dancer from Pharrell's troupe 'The Baes' on starring in the N.E.R.D videos for 'Lemon' and '1000', her responsibility as an artist, and smashing white supr…

SOURCE: The Independent at 08:55AM

The Woman in White: expertly performed by a talented cast

Andrew Lloyd Webber fans will not be disappointed by his musical interpretation of The Woman in White. As a fan of the eponymous Wilkie Collins novel, I was also not disappointed.

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Obituary: Adam Darius by Michael Quinn

In the late 1960s, ballet dancer turned mime Adam Darius was a singular figure in carving out the creative space that led

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Paul Vale: Is panto evolving, or is it stuck in the past? by Paul Vale

Even before the final tally of box office receipts, it’s probably safe to assume that it’s been a very good year for

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Alas, poor Owen Wilson, your TV ad Shakespeare quote is made up by Mark Fisher

In a festive sofa advertising campaign, the actor claims the bard once exclaimed: ‘People usually are the happiest at home.’ One problem – the oft-cited line is pure bunkumWhat was Sha…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 08:09AM

NEWS: A Spoonful of Sherman launches UK tour in February by Emma Clarendon

It has been announced that the new musical stage show A Spoonful of Sherman will be touring the UK in 2018.  The first ten dates on the tour in February and March have been confirmed fo…

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Sally Hawkin’s Next Role, British Theatre Academy’s New Home + More U.K. News

Hello and welcome back to our first news roundup of 2018! Here’s our pick of the news from across theatre, TV, and film. It’s everything an actor needs to know and all you can&rs…

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BWW's On This Day - January 3, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on January 3 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

“It’s about dividing women and I’m not going to be a part of that,” says Jessica Chastain by Blouin Artinfo

Jessica Chastain says, “It’s about dividing women and I’m not going to be a part of that.” The remark echoed her statement in the Cannes Film Festival, last year, at the end of the f…

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Last chance to see: London shows leaving in January by Robin Johnson

And just like that, it's 2018, and a bright New Year for London shows lies ahead! But that means saying a fond farewell to these winter West End hits. The post Last chance to see: London sho…

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Discusses KWAMINA, APPLAUSE, and More by Behind The Curtain

Looking back at Cole Porter's Happy New Year. The joys of resolutions. Discussing Applause and the length of those songs. Fangirling on social media. Saraving Under The Influence. The backs…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 07:00AM

SLEEPING BEAUTY – Rhyl ★★★★★ by Helen McWilliams

I’ve seen more than my fair share of Pantomimes this season – oh yes I have! I’m having a ball and I’ve liberally dished out the stars which have been richly deserved.

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Bristol’s Tobacco Factory Theatre names studio after Spielman Charitable Trust by Matthew Hemley

Tobacco Factory Theatres is to name its new 84-seat studio space, which will allow for 360 more performances a year, after a charitable

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Era Of 'Kennedy Mystique' On Exhibit At Springfield Museums by Susan Dunne

Fifty-eight years ago, on Jan. 2, 1960, John F. Kennedy announced his intention to run for president of the United States. His campaign, victory and presidency ushered in an era when Kennedy…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:45AM

Francesca Moody appointed inaugural executive producer of Curious Directive by Georgia Snow

Francesca Moody has been appointed executive producer at theatre company Curious Directive. Moody will take up the newly created post in February,

SOURCE: The Stage Registration at 06:32AM

INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… The Woman in White’s Ashley Stillburn & Chris Peluso by Susan Elkin

“It keeps a show fresh if you’re innovative, but it’s no good setting out to be ‘different’ for the sake of it. It’s essential that you remain true to your character and the situ…

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INTERVIEW: Ashley Stillburn and Chris Peluso on re-imagining Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White at the Charing Cross Theatre

The first ever revival of THE WOMAN IN WHITE is currently enjoying a run at the Charing Cross Theatre and we couldn't be more excited about it! Chris Peluso and Ashley Stilburn are starring …

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

11 places to dance in NYC in 2018 by Admin

As you venture into the new year, it’s an optimal time to step outside of your comfort zone and jeté into a new dance studio or class. Whether you are visiting from out of town or live he…

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8 New Year’s tips for teachers by Admin

As you go back to the studio in 2018 after a holiday break probably filled with family and festivities, it’s a great time to get inspired and rejuvenated for the second half of the school …

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Why are we dancing sick and injured? by Admin

Have you ever been in a dance studio setting and seen a student taking class with an injury? Have you heard a teen dancer say something like, “Yeah, I really did a number on my ankle yeste…

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, January 3, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Broadway Sets Box Office Highs in 2017, How to See New York Shows for Cheap, and “Greatest Showman” Breaks a Box Office Record! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monda…

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Michelle West experiencing ‘A Whole New World’ on ‘Aladdin’ National Tour by Admin

Broadway Connection Teaching Artist Michelle West is currently on tour with Disney’s Broadway hit musical Aladdin. This Philadelphia-born and Delaware-raised performer resides in Brooklyn …

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BWW Morning Brief January 3rd, 2018: SPONGEBOB Cast Performs on Good Morning America, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories The cast of Spongebob Squarepants performs on Good Morning America, and more

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Hiep Thi Le, the Vietnamese Refugee in Oliver Stone’s film "Heaven and Earth," dies of cancer by Blouin Artinfo

Hiep Thi Le, the refugee from Vietnam who starred in Oliver Stone’s film "Heaven and Earth," dies of stomach cancer at the age of 46.Hiep Thi Le came from Vietnam to US when she was a chil…

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THE JUNGLE BOOK – Liverpool by Vicky Anderson

The Unity’s Christmas show occupies a much-needed niche by virtue of it offering an affordable family show that is a panto-free zone.

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Celebrating Ingmar Bergman's Birth Centenary with the Enigmatic Masterpiece ‘Persona’ by Blouin Artinfo

The re-release of the 1966 film ‘Persona’ marks the birth centenary of the brilliant Swedish filmmaker, Ingmar Bergman.The film left its mark as one of his fiercest yet strangest and sen…

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Stephen Joseph Association launched to commemorate director’s legacy by Giverny Masso

A new association has been formed to celebrate the legacy of theatre director Stephen Joseph. Dubbed the “great forgotten genius of British

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Drama teaching in schools ‘in crisis’, experts warn by Giverny Masso

Secondary school drama provision is in “crisis”, leading industry figures including playwright James Graham have warned. They have claimed that cuts to

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Mind the Blog’s top 2017 performances by Debbie Gilpin

This year variety has been the thing (though I’ve still managed to stack up certain repeat attendances), so that means I’ve seen a serious amount of performers – some even two or three…

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Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Mark Shenton: My theatrical new year’s resolutions for 2018 by Mark Shenton

It’s that time of year when we try to begin again with a blank slate and set out our intentions for the

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Beauties, beasts and a midlife crisis for Romeo and Juliet: 2018's top dance by Judith Mackrell

Northern Ballet’s Jane Eyre will make your heart leap, Pina Bausch’s Roman dream returns to London and the Royal Ballet salute Macmillan and BernsteinPeter Wright’s staging of the Roma…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 02:00AM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

5 tips from the pros for keeping your New Year’s resolutions going strong by Admin

Let’s face it; we’ve all been there. Each January, we set lofty goals for ourselves to last the year long, then two weeks later we see that new pair of gym shoes sitting in the corner co…

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Around the world in 180 Days: International dance abounds in the U.S. from January to June by Admin

Looking to broaden your horizons in 2018, but just can’t make that world dream expedition happen? Not to worry. Argentina, Cuba, the Nederlands, Spain, Canada, the United Kingdom — all w…

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Review: ‘The First Christmas’ at the Music and Drama Ministry of Shiloh Baptist Church of Landover by William Powell

Written and directed by Fay Brake, The First Christmas, performed recently at Shiloh Baptist Church of Landover, speaks to the essence of Christmas – inspiring its audience to remember…

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 01:25AM
Wednesday, January 3, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Mark Hamill pays tribute to Star War Co-star Carrie Fisher by Blouin Artinfo

Amid all the celebration of the latest Star Wars movie — “Star Wars: The Last Jedi,” actor Mark Hamill remembers his long-time friend and co-star Carrie Fisher and took to Instagram.Ha…

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Kit Monkman’s ‘Macbeth’ reemerges with unchecked power-lust by Blouin Artinfo

Kit Monkman’s “Macbeth” yet again brings back on stage the adrenalin-pumping drama with the destructive power of lust and unchecked political ambition of tyranny, which is oddly relata…

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2018…Here we goooooo by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess hopes you have a most excellent 2018. She, among perhaps the great majority of the country, or at the very least, the great majority of the entertainment community, was th…

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The Origin Story of Evan Hansen’s Iconic (Arm)Cast by Ruthie Fierberg

How and why the team behind Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen put a real medical cast on their title character for every single show.

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Got Any Questions for Two 'Bronx Tale' Stars? - Join Richard H. Blake and Adam Kaplan in a Live Online Chat

Join Richard H. Blake and Adam Kaplan in a live online chat---For our second Facebook Live artist chat, we're getting the behind-the-scenes scoop on the hit Broadway musical A Bronx Tale fro…

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