Monday, February 12, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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The Helpmann Academy to award $112,000 to South Australia’s best emerging artists by Arts Review

In a first for South Australian emerging artists, The Helpmann Academy will present $112,000 worth of awards and opportunities to visual artists from a range of creative disciplines. Now cel…

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Jersey Boys announces full cast ahead of Sydney season by Arts Review

Director Des McAnuff has announced the stellar ensemble he has assembled for the highly anticipated season of Jersey Boys, opening for a strictly limited time at Sydney’s Capitol Theat…

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JEREMY GERARD EXITS DEADLINE; CRITIC AT WORK ON LANGELLA BIOGRAPHY by Philip Boroff

Jeremy Gerard has left Deadline.com, the theater critic and reporter said in an email. Gerard said his contract was not renewed and he was told that Deadline, officially called Deadline Holl…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Revolutionists: liberté, égalité, sororité by Cogency

The Revolutionists by Lauren Gunderson; directed by Kathryn MacMillan at Theatre Horizon in Norristown, PA, February 2018.   This play, part of Theatre Horizon’s “Women Who Dare”…

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Review: ‘Flight’ Has No Live Actors. But Its Story of Two Afghan Boys Feels So Real. by Laura Collins-Hughes

It may not be typical theater, but this immersive show is pulse-pounding and intensely affecting.

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Photo Flash: Mandy Pantinkin Receives A Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame! by BroadwayWorld

This week, Broadway icon Mandy Patinkinwas joined by family, friends, and entertainment industry leaders as he was honored with his very own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame Co-stars Patti…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Razorhurst at curtainup.com/NJ by Simon Saltzman

The bouncy and often raunchy score serves the integrity of the era as it propels Tilly and Kate to the end of their entertaining 90-minute visit

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Review: Bar Mitzvah Boy at curtainup.com by Elyse Sommer

The invaluable York Theater's Musical Mufti series' new version of little known Jule Styne musical.

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Money May Make The World Go Round, But Education Drives Participation by Joe Patti

In a recent “Taking Note”, National Endowment for the Arts’  Director of Research & Analysis,  Sunil Iyengar mentioned that in the coming year the NEA will commission…

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Book Review: Ezra Pound in “The Bughouse” by Matt Hanson

For all his literary fecundity, Ezra Loomis Pound was also more than a little bonkers.

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Review: ‘The Princess and the Pauper – A Bollywood Tale’ at Imagination Stage by Julia L. Exline

Imagination Stage proudly debuts The Princess and the Pauper- A Bollywood Tale, a musical adaptation of the classic Mark Twain novel. Written exclusively for Imagination Stage by Anu Yadav (…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Video: MoMA Celebrates Songwriters Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman by BroadwayWorld

On February 12th, The Museum of Modern Art will celebrate the early work of Tony Award-winningHairsprayandSmashsongwritersMarc ShaimanandScott Wittmanas part of itsClub 57 Film, Performance,…

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Los Angeles Opera Preview: CRUZAR LA CARA DE LA LUNA (The Soraya in Northridge) by Tony Frankel

A MAGNIFICENT MARIACHI OPERA COMES TO THE SORAYA It was by sheer luck that I was in Chicago and happened upon the world’s first mariachi opera, Cruzar la Cara de la Luna (To Cross the Face…

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Film Review: “Tehran Taboo” — Mesmerizing Animation by Betsy Sherman

Tehran Taboo –- which never would have been allowed to be filmed in its title city—is technically accomplished in its often gorgeous visuals and its textured sound design.

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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson Join HENRY IV at The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles by BroadwayWorld

The Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles SCLA, under the artistic direction of Ben Donenberg, returns to The Japanese Garden on the West Los Angeles VA Campus with a new production - Henry IV -…

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Betty Buckley to star in ‘Hello, Dolly!’ tour; Chicago run expected by Associated Press

The 'Cats' and 'Eight Is Enough' actress said she was 'in rapture' watching Bette Midler in the Broadway production.

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Allison Janney movies: 10 greatest films, ranked worst to best, include ‘I, Tonya,’ ‘American Beauty,’ ‘The Help’ by Chris Beachum

Allison Janney had a rocky road to success as an actress and probably had many doubts that she would ever achieve the level of success she has. That’s all behind her now with her seven…

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Watch Now: MoMA Livestreams Tonight’s Concert and Talk With Hairspray and Smash Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman by Adam Hetrick

The Tony-winning writers join Michael Musto for a conversation about the birth of their careers in New York City's downtown club scene in the 1980s.

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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On the Couch with Jake Speer by Arts Review

Who is Jake Speer? 5 foot 7. Brown eyes. Brown hair. Last spotted parading around Brisbane in 6 inch red leather boots. Most likely to be eating a burrito or donut. What would you do differ…

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Jeremy Gerard is no longer working at Deadline by Caitlin Huston

Theater journalist and critic Jeremy Gerard no longer works at Deadline. Deadline did not extend Gerard’s contract, Gerard wrote in an email to Broadway Briefing, which is owned by the…

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A New Look for The Arts Fuse! by Bill Marx

It was time for a bit of a face-lift.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 2/12

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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Features: Carey Mulligan, The York Realist and Still Alice make our top openings of the week

Find out our hottest openings from across the UK

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Review: Life, Death, and Familial Relationships Take Center Stage in You Got Older

Clare Barron's dark comedy stares into the abyss and laughs.

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Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson will perform 'Henry IV' at the VA campus by Jessica Gelt

Falstaff will get the Tom Hanks treatment when the actor stars in the Shakespeare Center of Los Angeles’ production of “Henry IV,” the center is expected to announce Monday. The cast a…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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National Endowment of the Arts Chairman Responds to Trump's Proposal to Eliminate the NEA by BroadwayWorld

Earlier today, the National Endowment of the Arts Chairman Jane Chu released the following statement regarding President Trumps budget plan for 2019.

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Broadway Box Office: Winter Sales Slow as Springsteen Takes a Break by Gordon Cox

With winter causing a slowdown in New York tourism and Bruce Springsteen on hiatus until the end of the month, the Broadway box office continued to deflate last week in the kind of slowdown …

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Odds & Ends: Jim Parsons & Bette Midler’s Stage-to-Screen Projects, Pasek & Paul’s Newest Musical & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and this weekend. Jim Parsons Set for Screen Adaptation of The Legend of Georgia McBride Santino Fontana isn’t the onl…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Cory Jeacoma of Jersey Boys by Broadway.com

Cory Jeacoma stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Jersey Boys and more with Ryan Lee Gilbert.

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Review: Karen Jones Meadows is Electric as Harriet Tubman, Age 6 to 90, in ‘Harriet’s Return’ by Erin Kahn

I have mixed feelings about solo shows, so I wasn’t sure what to expect from Karen Jones Meadows’ one woman show Harriet’s Return (written and performed by Meadows under th…

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VIDEO: THE PRINCESS PARTY Gets a Surprise Visit from a Villainous Rachel Bloom by BroadwayWorld

There were certainly no poor, unfortunate souls at last night's Princess Party when none other than Rachel Bloom of CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND fame stopped by to say hello. Watch her hilarious tune…

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Grosses Analysis: Waitress Bids Farewell to Jason Mraz With $1.4 Million by Ryan McPhee

The Grammy winner took his final bow as Dr. Pomatter February 11; composer Sara Bareilles continues as Jenna.

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Michael Friedman and More to be Honored at 2018 Lucille Lortel Awards by Olivia Clement

The 33rd annual award ceremony, to be held May 6, will also honor Eve Ensler and WP Theater.

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Beginning Star Sam Troughton on Making His West End Debut, Googling His Co-Star & More by Matt Wolf

Sam Troughton has long been steeped in the classics, from Williams to Chekhov to Shakespeare, the last of which he has performed in New York with the Royal Shakespeare Company. This ter…

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THIS WEEK: 2018 Blue Ribbon Children’s Festival at the Music Center by Pauline Adamek

For three days in February, nearly 18,000 fifth graders from 234 schools in Los Angeles County will arrive at The Music Center ready to dance

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BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Sessions Has the Best Day Ever with the Cast of SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS! by Ben Cameron

Bikini Bottom came to The Laurie Beechman Theatre recently as we welcomed the colorful cast of Spongebob Squarepants for our 2018 season kick off. The results were as delicious and hilarious…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 05:04PM

‘Anna Karenina’ among highlights of Joffrey Ballet’s 2018-2019 season by Miriam Di Nunzio

The Chicago dance company also plans CSO collaboration, world premiere by a rising star from London, and the return of "Swan Lake" and "Nutcracker."

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Lesli Margherita Loves BroadwayCon by Serena

When it comes to BroadwayCon, no one is more enthusiastic than Broadway star, Lesli Margherita. Best known for her hilarious performance as Mrs. Wormwood in Matilda the Musical, Lesli is a t…

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‘The tension never sags’: AGAIN – Trafalgar Studios by Laura Kressly

Stephanie Jacob’s new play Again at the Trafalgar Studios could be a traditional comedy-drama about the trials and tribulations of a family, but the writer employs a clever dramaturgical d…

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Film News: Jim Parsons to Star in Film Adaptation of The Legend of Georgia McBride

Parsons will also produce the screen version of Matthew Lopez's play.

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Photo Flash: First Look at York Theatre Company's Concert Production of Bar Mitzvah Boy

Annette Jolles directs the production, part of York Theatre's Musicals in Mufti series.

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Film News: Bette Midler and Sharon Stone to Star in The Tale of the Allergist's Wife

The new film adaptation of Charles Busch's comedy is expected to be directed by Andy Fickman.

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Interviews: Wendi Peters: 'Quartet touches on the funny side of dementia'

We chat to Peters about her latest project and life on the road

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Jim Parsons Will Star in Film Adaption of THE LEGEND OF GEORGIA MCBRIDE by BroadwayWorld

According to Variety, Jim Parsons has signed on to star and co-produce a film adaptation of Matthew Lopez's 2015 play, The Legend of Georgia McBride. Parsons will play veteran drag queen Tra…

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Check Out the Posters For Serenbe Playhouse’s 2018 Season Including Little Mermaid and Titanic by Hannah Vine

The ninth season will kick off with an immersive production of The Little Mermaid.

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After hang’s slow start comes a payoff — and punishment by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Play’s racial themes are all too relevant, and it gathers steam in the second half, writes Karen Fricker.

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Video: 'Old Friends' from Porchlight's 'Merrily' by Morgan Greene

This week’s Showcase features a chummy tune from the 1981 Stephen Sondheim musical “Merrily We Roll Along.” In the video, Neala Barron, Jim DeSelm and Matt Crowle, who star in the Porc…

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Bette Midler and Sharon Stone to Co-Star in The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife Movie by Olivia Clement

Charles Busch’s Tony-nominated play will be adapted for the screen by director Andy Fickman.

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33rd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards Will Be Held May 6 2018; Eve Ensler, WP Theater, and Michael Friedman to Be Honored by BroadwayWorld

The Off-Broadway League today announced details for the 2018 Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway. The 33rd Annual Lucille Lortel Awards will be handed out on Sunda…

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LA Phil celebrates 100 years by Pauline Adamek

The LA Phil celebrates 100 years and is offering subscriber benefits. The 2018/19LA PHIL Centennial Season includes: Gustavo Dudamel – in 20 programs throughout the season

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VIDEO: On This Day, February 12: John Leguizamo Gets FREAK-y on Broadway by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day, John Leguizamo's made his Broadway debut in 1998 in theone-man show, Freak.

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10th anniversary of Chris Burden’s “Urban Light” at LACMA by Pauline Adamek

The Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA) is pleased to commemorate the 10th anniversary of Chris Burden’s Urban Light (2008). Situated on Wilshire Boulevard at the museum’s

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Photo Flash: Remembering Jan Maxwell by Walter McBride

As BroadwayWorld sadly reported yesterday,Broadway starJan Maxwellpassed away at 61 years of age after a battle with cancer. The star is survived by her husband, actorplaywright Robert Emmet…

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Chicago Shakes announces 'Macbeth' cast by Morgan Greene

Ian Merrill Peakes and Chaon Cross will star in Teller and Aaron Posner’s music and magic-infused “Macbeth,” Chicago Shakespeare Theater announced Monday. Joining Peakes as Macbeth and…

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Bette Midler & Sharon Stone Will Lead Big Screen Adaptation of THE TALE OF THE ALLERGIST'S WIFE by BroadwayWorld

According to Variety, Bette Midler will return to the big screen opposite Sharon Stone in a movie adaptation of Charles Busch's play, The Tale of the Allergist's Wife. Andy Fickman will dire…

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Oscar, Grammy, Tony Winners Pasek & Paul To Pen Music For New Animated Film by BroadwayWorld

Oscar, Grammy, Tony Winning Song Writing Duo Pasek amp Paul To Pen Music For New Animated Film

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Rachel Bloom and the Cast of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Are Going on Tour by Ruthie Fierberg

Stars from the CW musical comedy series will launch an eight-city music tour.

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Bette Midler, Sharon Stone to Star in ‘The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife’ Movie by Dave McNary

Bette Midler and Sharon Stone are starring in a movie version of the play “The Tale of the Allergist’s Wife.” Andy Fickman, whose credits include “Parental Guidance&#…

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‘Deeply touched’: BE PREPARED – Vault Festival #Vault2018 by Ian Foster

Ian Bonar’s consummate skill as a performer in Be Prepared at The Vaults means you’re deeply touched but the overall impact proves a little relentless, even if this is the intention.

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Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and Tim Federle Will Join Forces for New Animated Film by Ruthie Fierberg

Dear Evan Hansen Tony winners Pasek and Paul will reunite with La La Land producer Marc Platt for the Fox Animation/Blue Sky project.

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Theater News: Reimagined Oklahoma! Coming to St. Ann's Warehouse

Daniel Fish's acclaimed 2015 production will make its New York City debut.

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Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of Playwrights Horizons' The Flat Earth

Tony winner Rebecca Taichman directs Lindsey Ferrentino's play, beginning performances March 16.

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Theater News: Pasek & Paul to Pen Songs for New Tim Federle Film Foster

The animated feature is scheduled to be released in 2021.

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Theatre News: Cast joining Sharon D Clarke in Caroline, Or Change at Hampstead Theatre announced

The musical transfers from Chichester Festival Theatre

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Drag365: Show #38- Drag Race Viewing Party at The West End by Michael Block

Nicole Onoscopi, Vanna Deux, Gilda Wabbit // photo by Michael BlockDay: Thursday, February 8th       Show: Drag Race Viewing Party Location: The West EndQueens Seen:…

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Troika Entertainment creates new role of executive vice president of production by Caitlin Huston

Kori Prior is joining Troika Entertainment in the new position of executive vice president of production. Prior comes to Troika after working with Blue Man Productions since 2008, most recen…

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Review: ‘Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill’ at Creative Cauldron by E.a. Aymar

No one sinks her hook in you like Billie Holiday. You listen to her, following her voice as it quavers like a flickering torch and, when you recover, you’re bound to her forever. She’s t…

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The Secret Garden To Bloom Again by Mark A. Robinson

The Secret Garden, the 1991 Tony Award-winning musical, is set to bloom again in its first Broadway revival. Set to open next-season, the musical based on the Frances Hodgson Burnett classic…

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A youth theater troupe asks what happens 100 years after we build the wall by Nadia Eldemerdash

With Yes! And… Collaborative arts, children imagine a world of silence after the residents of one fearful city wall themselves in. After a century of isolation, the kids look for a way to …

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Stunning 'Cabaret' moves its opening night audience to silence by Chris Jones

Kelly Felthous, who plays Sally Bowles in the Paramount Theatre production of "Cabaret" did not get a lick of applause Saturday at the end of the show's famous title number, despite this bei…

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Bard SummerScape Oklahoma! to Play Off-Broadway in the Fall by Olivia Clement

The acclaimed 2015 production, directed by Daniel Fish, will play St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.

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BWW Flashback: Sutton Foster Poses with Casey Nicholaw During THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE! by Walter McBride

We're taking you deep into the archives of BroadwayWorld photographer Walter McBride for exclusive flashbacks to Broadway past. Today, check out this shot of Sutton Foster and the recipient …

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Broadway Grosses: Jason Mraz's Final Week in Waitress Brings In Audiences by Lindsey Sullivan

Two-time Grammy winner Jason Mraz's final week really had the Waitress box office cooking as audiences headed to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre to savor the last few performances of his Bro…

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An Appraisal: Jan Maxwell Was a Star Made for the Stage by Ben Brantley

Ms. Maxwell, who has died at 61, transmitted an uncommon intelligence and love of craft found only in great theater performers.

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How Jan Maxwell Thought Her Career Was Over—and Then Got Cast in Parade by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth remembers the late Jan Maxwell’s stories of Follies, Annie, Parade, and more.

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Bright Colors And Bold Patterns

Bright Colors And Bold Patterns Off Broadway, Soho Playhouse Reviewed by Zachary Conner BOTTOM LINE: Cocaine, alcohol, and a personal vendetta against the wording in a wedding invitation f…

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Jim Parsons to Star in Film Adaptation of Drag-Themed Play The Legend of Georgia McBride by Ryan McPhee

Playwright Matthew Lopez will adapt his script for the screen.

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Daniel Fish-Directed OKLAHOMA! Lassos its Way to St. Ann's Warehouse This Fall by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has just learned that Oklahoma is making its way back to New York. St. Ann's WarehouseandEva Pricewill present a limited run of theBard SummerScapeproduction ofRodgers and Hamm…

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with School of Rock's Ned Schneebly, Jonathan Gould

Jonathan Gould talks making his debut in School of Rock, nerding out IRL, growing up with Alanis Morissette, & his talent for impressions and cartoon voices.

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A family sustains itself through tough times in 'The Humans' by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tony-winning drama makes its St. Louis debut at the Rep

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 2/12

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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Page 73 Productions Announces 2018 Fellow and Resident Writers by American Theatre Editors

Page 73 has named C.A. Johnson as the 2018 P73 Playwriting Fellow, and selected the 2018 Interstate 73 Writers Group.

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 2/11/18 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 2112018.

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John Barrowman to Appear in Concert with Seth Rudetsky by BroadwayWorld

International theatre and TV star John Barrowman MBE returns to perform in London in Seth Rudetsky's Broadway Leicester Square Theatre concert series for 3 intimate performances produced by…

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‘What’s not to love?’: MAMMA MIA! – Touring ★★★★★ by Helen McWilliams

If you’ve seen Mamma Mia! before, go again If you’ve never seen it… GO! It’s the ultimate feel-good musical and you won’t be disappointed.

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Pasek and Paul Writing Songs for Blue Sky’s First Animated Musical (EXCLUSIVE) by Brent Lang

Oscar-winners Benj Pasek and Justin Paul will write the songs for  an upcoming Fox Animation/Blue Sky Studio’s project, Variety has learned. The family film has the working title R…

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Review: Flight Takes Audiences on a Harrowing Journey Across Europe

Two Afghan refugees search for a new start in this unique show from Scotland.

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Jan Maxwell, Acclaimed Stage Actress, Is Dead at 61 by Anita Gates

Ms. Maxwell, a longtime favorite of critics, earned five Tony Award nominations in seven years, including two in one season.

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The Cast of Keen Company’s Later Life Meet the Press by Marc J. Franklin

The 25th anniversary staging of A.R. Gurney’s play will begin performances February 27 Off-Broadway.

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The Rise of Sutton Foster: An Interactive Timeline by Ruthie Fierberg

The two-time Tony winner broke out with Thoroughly Modern Millie and made her name originating multiple Broadway leads, but do you all of the ins and outs of her astonishing career?

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Go on 8-City Tour of Places Your Ex Just Happens to Be by Hunter Harris

The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend cast is bringing the music of California’s inland empire to you: Rachel Bloom and company have announced an eight-city music tour of the show’s original songs. Be…

Linked From New York Magazine at 02:36PM

First Broadway Revival of Musical Favorite 'The Secret Garden' to Bloom Next Season by David Rooney

Based on the Victorian children's novel by Frances Hodgson Burnett, the show premiered on Broadway in 1991 and ran for more than 700 performances, winning three Tony Awards.

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Theatre Review: ‘Alexander and the Terrible, Horrible, No-Good, Very-Bad Day’ at Adventure Theatre MTC by Kristin Franco

Did you ever just have one of those days? Alexander certainly has- a terrible, horrible, no-good, very-bad day, to be precise. The audience gets to experience that day with him in Adventure …

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Longest-Running African American Musical In NY History to Appear On Channel 4's 'New York Live' Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

The longest-running African American musical in New York history, SISTAS: THE MUSICAL, will be the main segment on WNBC's "New York Live" tomorrow (Tuesday) at 11:30 am.

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The Fans Have Spoken! The Top 10 Tony-Winning Musicals That Need a Reunion Concert by Lindsey Sullivan

Gimme, gimme any available tickets because tonight's the big night! As previously announced, Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel and a slew of stars will reunite at the Minskoff Theatre for a spe…

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‘Unforgettable experience’: THINK OF ENGLAND – Vault Festival #Vault2018 ★★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Think of England at The Vaults is an unforgettable experience that transports you back to war-torn London with ease, crafted and performed to perfection – the show of the festival so far.

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Theater News: The Secret Garden to Return to Broadway

The musical will be directed, choreographed, and reimagined by Warren Carlyle.

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Theater News: Phoebe Legere's Speed Queen to Play Dixon Place

Lissa Moira directs the solo show.

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Review: Review: Othello (Unicorn Theatre)

Ignace Cornelissen reinvents Shakespeare's tragedy for kids at the Unicorn Theatre

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Review: Review: La forza del destino (Wales Millennium Centre and tour)

WNO's new production of Verdi's massive opera is a musical triumph

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Accio Marquee! The Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Signage Lights Up Broadway by Hannah Vine

Check out the Broadway marquee for the West End transfer, set to begin previews March 16.

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Teddy The Musical Extends Run At The Vaults by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Snapdragon Productions is delighted to announce that the run of the award-winning 1950’s rock’n’roll musical Teddy at The Vaults, London has been extended by four weeks…

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Poll: Which Of These Divas of Stage and Screen Do You Want to See as Dolly Levi? by BroadwayWorld

It was announced today following much rumor and speculation that Betty Buckley will lead HELLO, DOLLY on tour across the country

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12 of YouTube's Best Performances of "Gimme, Gimme" Since Everything Today is Thoroughly Modern Millie

Everything today is Thoroughly Modern Millie, so let's dive right in with a dozen epic "Gimme, Gimme" performances.

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The Secret Garden to Return to Broadway with Tony Winner Warren Carlyle at Its Helm by Lindsey Sullivan

We knew The Secret Garden was bound for the Great White Way, and now it's official! The first-ever Broadway revival of the Tony Award-winning musical, The Secret Garden, will open next s…

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National Endowment of the Arts Awards Over $3M in Grants to Theatres Across the Country by BroadwayWorld

Each year, more than 4,500 communities large and small throughout the United States benefit from National Endowment for the Arts NEA grants to nonprofits. For the NEA's first of two major gr…

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Nonesuch Records Names Dan Cohen VP of Marketing by Jem Aswad

Dan Cohen has joined Nonesuch Records as vice president of marketing, the company announced today. Cohen comes to the Warner Music Group label from Republic Records, where he was vice presid…

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‘The Secret Garden’ coming to Broadway next season by Caitlin Huston

“The Secret Garden” is returning to Broadway next season, producers Gerald Goehring and Michael F. Mitri announced Monday. The show will be directed and choreographed by Warren C…

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The Secret Garden Will Return to Broadway, Directed by Warren Carlyle by Ryan McPhee

The first Broadway revival of the Marsha Norman and Lucy Simon musical will open in the 2018–2019 season.

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THE SECRET GARDEN Will Return To Broadway Next Season by Alan Henry

Producers Gerald Goehring and Michael F. Mitri announced today that the highly anticipated, first-ever Broadway revival of the Tony Award-winning musical, The Secret Garden, will open next s…

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Betty Buckley Joins Season 3 of AMC's PREACHER by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has just learned that AMC's Preacher has just begun production in New Orleans, with several characters from the comic bookjoining the series for season 3. Amongst the new cast …

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Rachel Bloom Will Take CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND on Tour This Spring! by TV News Desk

The cast of the CW's award-winning musical comedy CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND is taking their show on the road in this live, eight-city music tour beginning March 31. Join Rachel Bloom, select cast …

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Canadian Caissie Levy is warming up to be Broadway’s Elsa in Frozen by Ryan Porter - Special To The Star

Hamiltonian says motherhood got her ready as previews begin soon for her role as the ice princess in Disney’s Broadway adaptation of the massive hit film.

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Ensemble cast for ‘Summer: The Donna Summer Musical’ by Caitlin Huston

Alongside LaChanze, Ariana DeBose and Storm Lever, who will be playing three versions of Donna, Aaron Kohn will take on the role of “Neil,” Ken Robinson will play “Andrew G…

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National Endowment of the Arts Awards Over $3 Million in Grants to 149 U.S. Theatres by Adam Hetrick

The grants support a range of theatrical projects, including new musicals in development and programs dedicated to work by women and transgender artists.

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Carmen at the Royal Opera House by Emma Clarendon

Barrie Kosky directs this new production of Bizet’s opera with Anna Goryachova and Gaëlle Arquez in the title role. Carmen continues at the Royal Opera House until 16 March. Love London L…

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Why Put These 2 Plays Together? Sound Reasons by American Theatre Editors

At New Georges, 'Sound House' and 'This Is the Color Described by the Time' are linked in repertory by their audience-enveloping sound design.

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Theater News: Summer: The Donna Summer Musical Announces Full Casting

LaChanze, Ariana DeBose, and Storm Lever have been previously announced for the Broadway run of the new bio-musical.

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Theatre News: Judi Dench, Ian McKellen and John Boyega among Old Vic ambassadors for 200th birthday celebrations

Bertie Carvel will be running the marathon to raise funds for the venue

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Theater News: Casting announced for Teller and Aaron Posner's Macbeth at Chicago Shakespeare

The pair previously collaborated on Chicago Shakespeare's 2015 production of The Tempest.

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What's Playing on Broadway: February 12-18, 2018 by Bww Special

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the week of February 12-18, 2018

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Call Answered: Judith Barcroft: "Rosemary and Time" & "All My Children" by Adam Rothenberg

Judith Barcroft I'm so excited to have been given the chance to interview Broadway & soap actress Judith Barcroft. In the '60s an…

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Thomas Cole: ravishing — and still resonant

A New York show of works by the artist is poignant and politically charged

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Chelsea Handler will hold court at the Benedum Center in LGBT benefit event by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“An Evening with Chelsea Handler” is coming to the Benedum Center April 4 in a Delta Foundation of Pittsburgh benefit for the city’s LGBT community.

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Even Though Nathan Lane Is About to Play Roy Cohn in Broadway's Angels in America, He's Full of Laughs With Stephen Colbert by Ruthie Fierberg

In anticipation of his Broadway return in Angels in America, Lane talks about the play, the connection to Donald Trump, and the upcoming Lion King movie remake.

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Cast Joining Sharon D Clarke Announced For Caroline Or Change by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Final casting has been announced for Hamsptead Theatre's upcoming production of Caroline Or Change. Following a critically acclaimed sell-out run at Chichester Festival Theat…

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Ordway Center for Performing Arts Names Rod Kaats Artistic Director by American Theatre Editors

The director, producer, and manager will bring his experiences from Broadway and national tours to Minnesota.

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Your First Look at Jamie Brewer, Debra Monk & the Cast of Amy and the Orphans Has Arrived by Lindsey Sullivan

Lindsey Ferrentino's hilarious, heart-wrenching play Amy and the Orphans is playing at off-Broadway's Laura Pels Theatre. Jamie Brewer, Debra Monk and Mark Blum star as siblings faci…

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INTERVIEWS: Catching up with... Rothschild &Sons stars Glory Crampton & Gary Trainor

The UK premiere of ROTHSCHILD & SONS, with music by Jerry Bock and Sheldon Harnick, is now in its final week at London's Park Theatre. We caught up with Broadway's Glory Crampton, reprising …

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Michelle Obama portrait artist Amy Sherald will debut solo exhibition in St. Louis by Mary Carole McCauley Baltimore Sun

Normally, presidential portraits don’t generate tons of buzz. But last year, when it was announced that New York-based artist Kehinde Wiley had been chosen to portray former President Bara…

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VIDEO: Mirai Nagasu Makes Olympics History Skating to MISS SAIGON! by Stage Tube

NBC's PyeongChang Olympics broadcast last night gave the world a taste of what's to come infigure skating, with teams from Canada, Russia and the US earning spots on the podium, prior to ind…

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First Look at Jamie Brewer and Debra Monk in Amy and the Orphans by Hannah Vine

Lindsey Ferrentino’s family drama, starring American Horror Story’s Jamie Brewer, began performances Off-Broadway February 1.

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INTERVIEW: Why should you see Rothschild & Sons in London? It’s a quintessentially European story by Press Releases

Have you booked yet for the UK premiere of Rothschild & Sons? This reimagining of The Rothschilds, the last musical co-written by Fiddler on the Roof's Broadway legends Jerry Bock and S…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Roundabout's AMY AND THE ORPHANS by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has a first look at Roundabout's AMY AND THE ORPHANS. Check out the new photos below

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Full Casting Announced for Broadway’s Summer: The Donna Summer Musical by Adam Hetrick

The production will star the previously announced LaChanze, Ariana DeBose, and Storm Lever as the late disco icon.

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Tim Berne’s ‘Big Satan’, Vortex Jazz Club, London — energy and focus

The trio kept a firm grip throughout their demanding set

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Photo Flash: Annie Leibovitz Makes Fetch Happen in a New MEAN GIRLS Cast Photo for Vogue by BroadwayWorld

If anyone could sit with them it'sAnnie Leibovitz. Check out this brand new stunning photo of the cast of Broadway's MEAN GIRLS, courtesy ofVogue.com

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Full Casting Announced for Broadway's Summer: The Donna Summer Musical by Lindsey Sullivan

Complete casting has been announced for Summer: The Donna Summer Musical on Broadway. As previously reported, Tony winner LaChanze, Ariana DeBose and Storm Lever will portray Donna Summer at…

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Off-Broadway Week, Offering 2-for-1 Tickets to 36 Shows, Kicks Off February 12 by Olivia Clement

See Disco Pigs, Roundabout’s Amy and the Orphans, NYTW’s An Ordinary Muslim, Avenue Q, [PORTO], and more.

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Look Back at Five-Time Tony Nominee Jan Maxwell on the Stage by Hannah Vine

The Tony-nominated stage and screen actor died February 11.

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The Best of Betty: Meet the Next Dolly Levi! by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported this morning, the Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Betty Buckley will star in the first national tour of Hello, Dolly, the Tony Award-winning Best Musical Revival…

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Set Designer Paige Hathaway wins Live Design Rising Star Award by Lorraine Treanor

Congratulations to DC based set designer, Paige Hathaway, the go-to designer for many DC area theatre companies, who will be the recipient of Live Design’s  2018 Rising Star Award  …

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Five-Time Tony Nominee Jan Maxwell Dies at 61 by David Rooney

The versatile stage trouper was one of only a handful of performers to have been nominated in all four possible acting categories — lead and featured — for plays and musicals.

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“Hamilton” in Denver: How to win $10 tickets in the DCPA lottery system by Dylan Owens, The Know

Didn't score tickets to "Hamilton"? Win them at a fraction of the cost through its lottery system.

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Betty Buckley Will Take Tony-Winning 'Hello, Dolly!' Revival on the Road by David Rooney

The revered Broadway musical theater veteran will step into the iconic role of Dolly Gallagher Levi, kicking off the blockbuster production's first national tour in Cleveland in the fall.

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Full Cast Announced for SUMMER: THE DONNA SUMMER MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Full casting has been announced for SUMMER The Donna Summer Musical on Broadway and rehearsals begin today, February 12. As previously announced, the three actresses who will play the role o…

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Tailor-made terror: an hour at Melbourne's latest immersive theatre experience by Clem Bastow

Taking over secret locations around the city, your enjoyment of the interactive work by Alone will depend on how much you’re willing to surrenderAs a shrieking Pollyanna pops a balloon in …

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‘Intimate & sensitive’: MAD AS HELL – Jermyn Street Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Mad as Hell‘s greatest insight and piece of biographical excavation is that Peter Finch needed to feel his wife Eletha Barrett’s absence to hit the mark of the tortured mad preacher of P…

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Review: Robert Schenkkan Constructs The Great Society in His All the Way Sequel

Arena Stage looks squarely at the presidential life and legacy of Lyndon Johnson.

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Photo Flash: Joel Grey, Bebe Neuwirth, and the Stars of Hey, Look Me Over! Celebrate Closing Night

The Encores! original production ran February 7-11.

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Read Reviews for Returning to Reims, With Homeland’s Nina Hoss by Olivia Clement

See what critics think of Schaubühne Berlin’s production, now playing at St. Ann’s Warehouse in Brooklyn.

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Broadway Mourns The Passing of Jan Maxwell by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway community took to social media to share memories and condolences. See some of the tributes to Maxwell below.

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Jonathan Pryce & Dame Eileen Atkins Set for Florian Zeller's The Height of the Storm in the West End by Lindsey Sullivan

Two-time Tony winner Jonathan Pryce and three-time Olivier award winner Dame Eileen Atkins are set to star in the U.K. premiere of Tony-nominated scribe Florian Zeller's The Height of th…

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2018 Love Lines Valentines. Free e-cards for theatre lovers by Lorraine Treanor

We created this year’s Valentines by pairing images to lines or lyrics from four shows from this year’s season – The Humans, Twelfth Night, All the Things You Are: Jerome …

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BWW TV: Remembering Jan Maxwell- Watch an Intimate Conversation from 2011 by BroadwayWorld TV

As BroadwayWorld sadly reported yesterday, Broadway starJan Maxwellhas passed away at 61 years of age after a battle with cancer. The star is survived by her husband, actorplaywright Robert …

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Broadway for Everyone: Coming Soon? Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

Remarkable changes are underway to make Broadway more accessible – hastened by technology, hindered by public attitudes as I explain in an article in HowlRound based on the Broadway Acces…

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Once on This Island’s Tyler Hardwick and his Newest Addition, Benny by Janie Willison

Storyteller in the Broadway revival of Once on This Island, Tyler Hardwick had a different story to tell when we met him in the lobby of Circle in the Square Theatre. The story of Benny Bend…

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See Broadway's Brightest Step Out for Hey, Look Me Over! at Encores! by Lindsey Sullivan

Broadway greats Vanessa Williams, Marc Kudisch, Carolee Carmello, Bebe Neuwirth, Judy Kuhn, Reed Birney and more performed in the Encores! production of Hey, Look Me Over! from February 7-11…

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The problem with immersive theatre: why actors need extra protection from sexual assault by Alexis Soloski

Performers in the experiential show Sleep No More allege that they were sexually assaulted by patrons, raising concerns about the vulnerability of actorsLast week, Buzzfeed published an arti…

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In Disney Channel's 'Zombies' musical, Montco native found medium to send a message

Cheltenham High grad David Light says the teleplay he cowrote about a cheerleader with a secret and the zombie football player who falls for her is about "humanity and openheartedness."

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Good Chance Theatre founders win £25k Genesis Prize by Georgia Snow

Playwrights Joe Murphy and Joe Robinson, who set up refugee theatre Good Chance, have been announced as the winners of this year’s

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‘This story will not go away’… WATCH interviews with Ballistic’s writer, director & star by Press Releases

Got your tickets yet for the London premiere of Alex Packer's BALLISTIC? This Edinburgh Fringe hit, inspired by real-life atrocities including "toxic male" Elliot Rodger's killing spree in 2…

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Audible Reveals First Class of Theatre Commissions by Olivia Clement

Paola Lázaro, Leah Nanako Winkler, and James Anthony Tyler are among the 15 playwrights selected to pen new radio plays.

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Exclusive: Sally Greene to lose chief executive title at Old Vic in board overhaul by Georgia Snow

London’s Old Vic theatre has proposed a series of changes to its governance structure that would see Sally Greene lose her chief

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'Time Remembered' by IRC at Walnut Street Theatre Studio 5: The sweet calamity of the past

"Time Remembered," Jean Anouilh's charming play being performed through March 4 by the Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium at Walnut Street Theatre Studio 5, is about the past, what Beckett …

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West End performers rally for special event in aid of actor with brain cancer by Giverny Masso

An actor who was diagnosed with brain cancer is to perform on stage one last time at a special event supported by

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BroadwayHD Is An Entertainment Game Changer For Theater Fans by James Williams

On this week’s edition of Stream On I have the pleasure of talking with BroadwayHD founders Stewart Lane and Bonnie Comley about this game-changing streaming service.

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Tanztheater Wuppertal Pina Bausch - Viktor, Sadler's Wells, London, review: Well over three hours – and sometimes gruelling by Zoë Anderson, Zoë Anderson

Pina Bausch's 'Viktor' is inspired by the city of Rome and is the first of her large-scale works responding to locations from Hong Kong to Brazil

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Judi Dench, Cate Blanchett and Ralph Fiennes named ambassadors for Old Vic’s 200th by Matthew Hemley

Judi Dench, Ralph Fiennes, Cate Blanchett and Eileen Atkins are among more than 100 actors, writers and TV personalities announced as ambassadors

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UPCOMING: I Have A Bad Feeling About This, Vaults Festival by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves I Have A Bad Feeling About This House of Blakewell, Vaults Festival 21 – 25 February 2018 Book Now For those of us who are HOB virgins, the prospect of finally being ab…

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Hello, Betty! Buckley to Star in National Tour of Hello, Dolly! by Mark A. Robinson

One of Broadway’s greatest anticipations is who would play Dolly Levi in the national tour of Hello, Dolly! Speculations have been all over the board, but today we finally have our answer.…

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Podcast Episode 148 – Tony Nominated Choreographer, Sergio Trujillo

Most great dancers start training when they are in the womb. Ok, maybe not that early, but it ain’t too long after they are walking until they are pliéing and pirouetting all around t…

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‘Seriously impactful hour’: BICYCLES & FISH – Vault Festival #Vault2018 by Ian Foster

With more clear-sighted and affecting work like this, Katie Arnstein’s Bicycles & Fish could well be a voice to add to the list of Oprah Winfrey and Jo Brand. Definitely recommended.

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Review: Review: Tosca (Wales Millennium Centre and tour)

Puccini's popular shocker, well revived for Welsh National Opera's Spring tour

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Review: Review: The Jungle Book (Richmond Theatre)

Jessica Swale adapts Kipling's classic with music by Joe Stilgoe

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Review: Review: Catherine and Anita (King's Head Theatre)

Sarah Roy stars in Derek Ahonen's monologue which transfers after a run at the Edinburgh Fringe last year

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Video Flash: Margo Seibert's Racket Organization Launches #KnowYourFlow Awareness Campaign

Phillipa Soo and Celia Keenan-Bolger are among the Broadway vets who take part in the organization's Valentine's Day videos.

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Theater News: Betty Buckley to Star in First National Tour of Hello, Dolly!

Jerry Zaks's revival of the Jerry Herman-Michael Stewart musical will hit the road later this year.

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A Theatre without Actors by Holger Syme

[This text has been accepted for publication and will appear in a revised form in Theatre Survey 59.2 (May 2018) (published by Cambridge University Press); copyright (c) 2018, American So…

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Julia Cho’s Aubergine, a Korean-American family’s drama (review) by Steven McKnight

In Julia Cho’s Aubergine, a Korean-American chef deals with his dying father. Cho uses food as the cornerstone for a sensitive though meandering meditation on the difficulties of family, c…

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Podcast Episode 148 – Sergio Trujillo

http://www.buzzsprout.com/123341/640421-episode-148-sergio-trujillo.mp3   Most great dancers start training when they are in the womb. Ok, maybe not that early, but it ain’t too l…

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Paige Davis returns to 'Trading Spaces' and hits up Philadelphia Home + Garden Show

Paige Davis returns to TLC and Trading Spaces

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Caroline, or Change, With Sharon D. Clarke, Finds Complete Cast at London’s Hampstead Theatre by Olivia Clement

Clarke is reprising her role from the acclaimed Chichester Festival Theatre production.

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Full casting announced for Caroline, Or Change by Sinead

Hampstead Theatre presents Tony Kushner’s and Jeanine Tesori’s celebrated musical Caroline, or Change following its critically acclaimed sell-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre last …

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Playhouse Square launches national tour of Tony-winner 'Hello Dolly!' starring Betty Buckley by Andrea Simakis

Betty Buckley will headline the first national tour of "Hello Dolly!" kicking off in Cleveland

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Breaking: Betty Buckley to Star in ‘Hello, Dolly!’ National Tour by Matthew Wexler

Tony Award-winning actress Betty Buckley will take on the title role in the national tour of 'Hello, Dolly!'

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Critic’s Notebook: Tennessee Williams, Restless and Revising by Ben Brantley

A Morgan Library & Museum exhibition of the playwright’s letters and manuscripts showcases the hungers that drove and derailed him.

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Actors Who Are Working Parents Suggest That It's Time For Job Sharing In Professional Theatre by Artsjournal2

One actor set up a forum to discuss West End job sharing ideas, and it had hundreds of members within days. Actor Caroline Sheen is for it. '"Eight shows a week for a year - it's a lot for a…

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‘Enthralling if partially unfulfilling’: JOY – Vault Festival #Vault2018 by Laura Kressly

All Good Artists Are Dead returns with its second show as a collective: Joy is a wide-ranging and stretchy exploration of diaspora and sex. Dina Gordon performs as Joy, a woman who contains …

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - February 12th - The Band's Visit and Latin History For Morons Top Growth! by Alan Henry

The top growing current Broadway musicals were Spongebob 4.04, School of Rock 3.84, Once On this Island 3.43, The Band's Visit 2.47 and Dear Evan Hansen 1.23. The top growing current Broadwa…

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Review: ‘Stick Fly’ by ANKH Repertory at the Gaithersburg Art Barn by William Powell

Stick Fly is a boiling stew of classism, colorism, parent-child dynamics, unspeakable secrets, and marital choices. With a cast every bit the equal of Lydia R. Diamond’s Broadway-produced …

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It Takes a Legend! Tony Winner Betty Buckley Will Lead the National Tour of Hello, Dolly! by Ryan Gilbert

Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Betty Buckley will star in the first national tour of Hello, Dolly!, the Tony-winning Best Musical Revival, which will launch October 2 at the Connor Palac…

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Betty Buckley to star in ‘Hello Dolly’ national tour by Caitlin Huston

Betty Buckley will take on the role of Dolly Gallagher Levi in the upcoming national tour. The first national tour will begin Oct. 2, 2018 at Playhouse Square in Cleveland, Ohio.    ̶…

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Black Moth, Boston Music Room, London — bulldozing music with added irony

The band brought a winning degree of lightness to their impressively loud set

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Audible Will Award $5 Million in Commissions to Emerging Playwrights by BroadwayWorld

Audible Inc., the world's largest producer and provider of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word entertainment, today announced the first class of theater commissions selected to rec…

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Tony Winner Betty Buckley Will Lead Hello, Dolly! National Tour by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway favorite will bring the Tony-winning revival across the U.S. beginning this fall.

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Pluto, Barbican Theatre, London — visual whizz-bangery

Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui’s manga-inspired collaboration with Japan’s Bunkamura Theatre Cocoon is satisfyingly complex

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Breaking: Broadway Legend Betty Buckley Will Lead National Tour of HELLO, DOLLY! by BroadwayWorld

In the grand tradition of stage superstars who have played the iconic role of Dolly Gallagher Levi around the world, the Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Betty Buckley will star in the fir…

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Take a Peek Behind the Scenes at ‘Imperfect Love’ with Oscar Winning Designer Gianni Quaranta by Jose Solis

One day Gianni Quaranta went to a screening of Franco Zeffirelli’s Romeo and Juliet and in the elaborate sets and astonishing gowns he saw his future revealed to him. “I sat impressed an…

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Where Are the Stars of Broadway’s The History Boys Now? by Ruthie Fierberg

From late night’s James Corden to Hollywood star Dominic Cooper, the cast of the 2006 Tony-winning Best Play have gone on to huge careers.

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LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT Leads February's Top 10 New London Shows by Marianka Swain

London is never short of temptations, whether splashy West End shows, epic dramas or bold fringe offerings. From O'Neill and flamencoto punk and Pippin, here are some of this month's most ey…

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Cabaret Rising at the Dupont Underground (review) by Jill Kyle-Keith

Deep in the bowels of the earth, unnoticed by most yet just beneath the feet of people visiting Dupont Circle, and less than a mile from the White House, lurks the Dupont Underground. Once a…

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Little Known Facts with?Ilana Levine Will Make Live Appearance at NYCPodfest with John Slattery! by BroadwayWorld

On April 8, Little Known Facts withIlana Levinewill take over NYCPodfest Abrons Arts Center, Underground Theater, with a live conversation with John Slattery. Proceeds from the special event…

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Burlesque dancer Demi Noire: ‘I’d love to see someone who looks like me doing cabaret’ by Simon Fearn

A chance encounter with a burlesque dancer changed Alix Ross’ life. Now performing under the name of Demi Noire, the fire-dancing cabaret

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Betty Buckley to lead US national tour of 'Hello, Dolly!' by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- Betty Buckley, the Tony Award-winning actress who belted out "Memories" in "Cats" on Broadway and starred in "Eight Is En…

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‘Opening up a can of worms’: AI Love You – Vault Festival #Vault2018 ★★★★ by Michael Davis

With scientists speculating that advances in computing will lead to artificial intelligence, it’s not so hard to believe that in the near future, there will be an attempt to create ‘arti…

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As The Vagina Monologues Turn 20, Eve Ensler Has A New Play About The Body - And Cancer by Artsjournal2

As Ensler was helping build a sanctuary for rape survivors in the Democratic Republic of the Congo, she discovered that she had stage 3/4 uterine cancer. After she turned that experience int…

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Review: Review: Again (Trafalgar Studios)

Hannah Price directs the premiere of Stephanie Jacob's comedic drama

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Review: Review: Somewhere A Gunner Fires (King's Head Theatre)

Tom Stuchfield directs and stars in his World War One drama

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Celebrate V-Day with Lin-Manuel Miranda & More Faves with These Broadway Valentines by Broadway.com

Forget the roses and chocolates—we've got the perfect Valentine's Day treats for you. We're celebrating V-Day Broadway style. In honor of the lovey-dovey holiday, the Broad…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Inside the Closing Night Party For Encores’ Hey, Look Me Over! by Hannah Vine

The Encores! 25th anniversary revue completed performances at New York City Center February 11.

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Somewhere a Gunner Fires review at King’s Head Theatre, London – ‘wordy constraints’ by Heather Neill

Tom Stuchfield tells fascinating stories. They are jam-packed with detail: heroic, messy, bloody, romantic, humorous. Unfortunately, this rich material about a group

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The Captive Queen, Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, London, review: Daringly conceived, but a touch undercooked in its execution by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

Barrie Rutter's swansong as artistic director of Northern Broadsides is a re-imagining of John Dryden's 1675 tragedy 'Aureng-zebe'

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‘’The Mercy’’ at Phoenix Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Phoenix Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 2018 British biographical drama film "The Mercy."The film is directed by the Academy Award-winning British film and documentary …

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‘’The Shape of Water’’ at Rio Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Rio Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 2017 American dark fantasy romance film "The Shape of Water."The film is directed by the Mexican film director, screenwriter, produc…

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‘’Bolt’’ at Phoenix Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Phoenix Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 2008 American computer-animated comedy-adventure film "Bolt."This forty-eighth Disney animated feature film is co-directed by th…

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‘’Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’’ at Phoenix Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Phoenix Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 1937 American animated musical fantasy film produced by Walt Disney Productions ’’Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs’’This …

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‘’Blade Runner’’ at Videology Bar & Cinema, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Videology Bar & Cinema in New York will be hosting the screening of the 1982 American neo-noir science fiction film "Blade Runner."The film is directed by English film director and produ…

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‘’La Haine’’ at Videology Bar & Cinema, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Videology Bar & Cinema in New York will be hosting the screening of the 1995 French black and white drama film "La Haine."The film is written, co-edited, and directed by the César Award…

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‘’Raiders of the Lost Ark’’ at Videology Bar & Cinema, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Videology Bar & Cinema in New York will be hosting the screening of the 1981 American action-adventure film "Raiders of the Lost Ark."The film is directed by the American director, produ…

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‘’Romy and Michele's High School Reunion’’ at Videology Bar & Cinema, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Videology Bar & Cinema in New York will be hosting the screening of the 1997 American comedy film "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion."The film is directed by the American feature fi…

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‘’Paddington 2’’ Phoenix Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Phoenix Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 2017 live-action CGI animated comedy film "Paddington 2."The film is directed by the British writer and director Paul King. …

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‘’In the Mood for Love’’ at Prince Charles Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Prince Charles Cinema in London will be hosting the screening of the 2000 Hong Kong film "In the Mood for Love."The film is directed by the Hong Kong Second Wave filmmaker, internationally r…

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes NEWSIES, BONNIE AND CLYDE Director, Jeff Calhoun by Behind The Curtain

We're gonna whomp, and stomp, and whoop it up all night with the legendary directorchoreographer Jeff Calhoun. From his days as a hoofer in SEVEN BRIDES FOR SEVEN BROTHERS, MY ONE AND ONLY, …

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Abe Lincoln in the Movies by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of our Greatest President. In honor of the day, a look at some notable Lincolns of screens big and small. The Birth of a Nation (1915) We’ve previous blogged abou…

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Britain's Biggest Stand-up Stars Assemble For Luisa Omelan's Big Comedy Gala by BroadwayWorld

Fresh from her hugely successful debut show 'What Would Beyonce Do', star of Comic Relief and Live at The Apollo, Luisa Omelan will bring the cream of UK stand-up talent to Birmingham this F…

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, February 12, 2018 by Susan Grace

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The Kitchen Sink review at Coliseum Theatre, Oldham – ‘vividly written and very funny’ by Chris Bartlett

The family at the heart of Tom Wells’ semi-autobiographical slice of northern life – first performed at London’s Bush Theatre in 2011

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VIDEO: Phillipa Soo, Celia Keenan-Bolger, Drew Gehling, and Margo Seibert Star in Valentine's Day Parodies...With a Bloody Twist by Stage Tube

It's only recently become acceptable to talk about periods in public without referring to them by a funny and mildly offensive euphemism - Shark Week, anyone So how to invite half of the pop…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- Actors and Activism - Recorded Live at BroadwayCon 2018 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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‘Agonising sensitivity’: LONG DAY’S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT – West End by Ian Foster

Long Day’s Journey Into Night is a titanic piece of writing (and a production that is now even longer than it was in Bristol) but when it is of this quality, it really doesn’t matter.

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Pop Theatre: Revitalizing and Reimagining a Dying Artform by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Zach Donovan. Zach Donovan addresses the shortcomings of nonprofit theatre, the glut of self production, and considers Pop Theatre as an alternative theatrical vehicle.

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Shakespeare Festival adds new program for fall by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Festival announces the complete cast for 'Romeo and Juliet'

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Review: ‘Aubergine’ at Olney Theatre Center (Women’s Voices Theater Festival) by Katie Bogdan

There are certain meals that stay with you forever. It could be the pie that your mom makes every Christmas, the soup that you made for your son when he had the flu, or the casserole you mad…

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Podcast: Genius versus mediocrity. Plus: The Wire's Clarke Peters

We talk to Lucian Msamati, star of the National Theatre’s Amadeus, about the nature of genius

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The Old Vic announces Bicentenary Ambassadors by Sinead

Today, as The Old Vic continues its countdown to its 200th birthday in May, the theatre announces the Bicentenary Ambassadors - friends from stage and screen who will lend their support to t…

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Chris Coleman’s Portland-to-Denver Trip by American Theatre Editors

After leading a big transition at Portland Center Stage, he's making one of his own to take the reins at Denver Center Theatre Company.

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NEWS: Full cast announced for London run of Caroline, Or Change, starring Sharon D Clarke by Press Releases

Hampstead Theatre has announced the full company for Tony Kushner’s and Jeanine Tesori’s musical Caroline, or Change, following its critically acclaimed run at Chichester Festival Theatr…

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Mad As Hell review at Jermyn Street Theatre, London – ‘engaging and well-constructed’ by Dave Hollander

Race and class prejudice loom large in Adrian Hope and Cassie McFarlane’s engaging Mad As Hell. While the stage adaptation of Paddy

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‘Performances are winning, script charming’: OTHELLO — Unicorn Theatre by Laura Kressly

It’s hard to know how to reframe the complexities of envy and irrational hate in youthful terms for Othello at the Union Theatre, but though Cornelissen doesn’t always quite manage it, t…

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BWW's On This Day - February 12, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 12 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Remembering Jan Maxwell by JK

Jan Maxwell: November 20, 1956 - February 11, 2018I, like many of you, was stunned and saddened to learn of Jan Maxwell's passing yesterday.  I had the honor of seeing her perform in tw…

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KOALAS ARE DICKS - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Jose Solís

According to Larry Phillips' play Koalas Are Dicks, but they've got nothing compared to humans.

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Eve Ensler IS A HERO. Podcast review of her new show. by Corine Cohen

Corine Cohen of Broadway Showbiz talks about Eve Ensler's new show at MTC Stage 1.

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Producer Mark Goucher on taking over Cheltenham’s Everyman Theatre: ‘I’d heard a lot of this job was about unblocking toilets’ by Mark Shenton

West End producer Mark Goucher brought his best pair of Marigolds with him when he changed scene to take on the role of

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Photo Coverage: Inside HEY, LOOK ME OVER!'s Closing Night Cast Party by Walter McBride

Hey, Look Me Over Closed yesterday, February 11 at Encores Check out photos from the show's closing cast party below

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Othello review at Unicorn Theatre, London – ‘poetic, crisp and clever’ by Simon Fearn

Belgian playwright Ignace Cornelissen’s adaptation of Othello for a young audience milks the overlooked humour in Shakespeare’s story but doesn’t dispense with

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TodayTix Launches Spring Ticket Event In London by BroadwayWorld

TodayTix, the international ticketing platform on a mission to redefine the way people see theatre, today launches the TodayTix Spring Ticket Event, granting access to elite ticket deals on …

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Run Extended For Award-Winning TEDDY At The Vaults by BroadwayWorld

Snapdragon Productions is delighted to announce that the run of the award-winning 1950's rock'n'roll musical TEDDY at The Vaults, London has been extended by four weeks. TEDDY will now play …

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Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals To Embark on UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

Tickets go on sale Thursday 15 February at 10am Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals is returning to venues across the country from May 2019 for a 35 date UK tour. Kicking off at The Lo…

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Photo Flash: Kerry Ellis Takes Us Backstage At THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST by BroadwayWorld

Actress Kerry Ellis took over BroadwayWorld UK's Instagram this weekend, giving us a sneak peek at the current UK tour ofThe Importance of Being Earnest.

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OUR FINEST HOUR Celebrates Dunkirk And The Battle Of Britain In Concerts Across The UK by BroadwayWorld

In commemoration of the miracle of Dunkirk and the decisive victory of the Battle of Britain, Our Finest Hour will see stars of stage and screen Peter Bowles and Kevin Whately host a series …

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‘An intermittently striking evening’: AGAIN – Trafalgar Studios by Ian Foster

Most families have a story or three, the kind of tales that go down in folklore, destined to be repeated at family events no matter embarrassing for the parent/sibling/etc involved.

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Radio Theatre, Coming To An Audiobook App Near You (And Giving Playwrights A Boost) by Artsjournal2

Audible, the massive audiobook company that's owned by Amazon, just announced a "first round" of commissions for playwrights including Lauren Gunderson and Leah Winkler. But the plays won't …

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Jan Maxwell dead: Tony Awards record holder dies at 61 by David Buchanan

Jan Maxwell, a beloved mainstay of New York City theater, died on Feb. 11 at the age of 61. Over the course of her illustrious career, in which she appeared in 13 Broadway and numerous Off-B…

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Music preview: Diavolo, as seen on TV, brings multisensory performance to Byham by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

We know that the Pittsburgh Dance Council tries to stay ahead of the trends. But executive director Randal Miller couldn’t have predicted that Diavolo: Architecture in Motion, a Los Angele…

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Elaine Paige and Nigel Havers nominated for panto awards by Matthew Hemley

Nigel Havers, Elaine Paige and Danny Mac are nominated for this year’s Great British Pantomime Awards. The awards, now in their second

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Shows to see this half-term by Robin Johnson

We’ve picked out a few potential family show highlights of the holiday, so you don't have to. The post Shows to see this half-term appeared first on Official London Theatre.

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All Or Nothing: The Mod Musical review at Arts Theatre, London – ‘a clumsy staging’ by Paul Vale

One of the most interesting facts that surfaces in this Small Faces jukebox musical is that lead singer Steve Marriott could have

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Demi Lovato Announces 2018 European 'Tell Me You Love Me' Tour by BroadwayWorld

Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum singer and songwriter Demi Lovato today announces her European tour. Produced by Live Nation, the 14-city European run will begin on May 28 in Antwerp, Belg…

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Poll: Should West End producers introduce job shares for leading roles? by The Stage

Last week, leading musical theatre actors including Gina Beck and Caroline Sheen urged producers to introduce job shares for performers, claiming this

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Photo Coverage: HEY, LOOK ME OVER! Takes its Final Bows by Walter McBride

Hey, Look Me Over Feb 7 - 11 kicked off Encores season. This is an original production from the Tony- honored series responsible for bringing classic American musicals back to life since 199…

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri for the world premiere of #AfterTheBall @GatehouseLondon > @TheTimeProd by Terri Paddock

As part of her ongoing post-show Q&A series, on Sunday 11 March 2018, Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to the writer, director and cast of world premiere play After the Ball. Go…

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'Swan Lake' is over a 100 years old. Here's how Pittsburgh Ballet keeps it fresh in 2018 by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Swan Lake” has been captivating crowds for more than a century. It has scintillating choreography, an exquisite Tchaikovsky score and a gripping story of love and loss sure to tug …

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Again review at Trafalgar Studios, London – ‘stodgy and static’ by Rosemary Waugh

Stephanie Jacob’s new play, Again, is full of “what ifs”. The potential for a sentence spoken or an action taken to be

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‘Gripping to watch unravel’: THE MOOR – Old Red Lion Theatre ❤❤❤❤❤ by Emma Clarendon

Catherine Lucie’s gripping psychological thriller The Moor at the Old Red Lion Theatre leaves the audience on the edge of its seat from beginning to end.

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: AN ACT OF KINDNESS, The Vaults by Cindy Marcolina

Two worlds collide at a bus stop. Martin Robert Hayes is a young professional whose life clashes with Leila Helena Westerman, a bubbly and energetic 23-year-old woman who works in a coffee s…

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Today on Broadway: Monday, February 12, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Jan Maxwell, “The Ferryman” to Dock on Broadway this Fall, Laura Benanti on “Adulting,” and Could we be Saying “Hello, Whoopi!” Soon? “Today…

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BWW Review: Laura Benanti Comes to the David A Straz Center For The Performing Arts by Carolan Trbovich

Tony Award-winning actress Laura Benanti brought her consummate performance style to its pinnacle in her one-woman cabaret show, An Evening with Laura Benanti to the Straz Centre for the Per…

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And Scene #45 - Sensory-Friendly Productions w/ Matt Belopavlovich by Andscenepod, Michael Salerno

Welcome to this week’s episode of the And Scene Theater Podcast! This week we are joined by a special guest: Lead Theater Teacher at the Patel Conservatory in Tampa, Florida — Matthew B…

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Brief 2/12: THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE Reunion Concert, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Sutton Foster and more original cast members of Thoroughly Modern Millie reunite for a concert tonight, and more

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LGBT History Month – a chance for theatre to reinvent its queer past by Alice Saville

Alice Saville writes on how theatre offers a way to put the past in dialogue with the present. The post LGBT History Month – a chance for theatre to reinvent its queer past appeared fi…

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‘Cold, comfortless farm’: GUNDOG – Royal Court Theatre ★★ by Johnny Fox

It’s conspicuously worthy to try to combine elements of poverty, migration, feminism, dysfunction and dementia but neither Simon Longman’s tedious time-skipping script nor Vicky Feathers…

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WATCH: #StageFavesSongOfTheWeek - "All I Ask Of You" from @PhantomOpera

It's mid-February and love is in the air! This Wednesday it's valentines day so we decided this #StageFavesSongOfTheWeek should be a love song! There are so many beautiful love songs in musi…

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Tickets Now On Sale For Ian McKellen's KING LEAR by BroadwayWorld

Following its sold-out run at Chichester Festival Theatre, Jonathan Munby's explosive revival of Shakespeare's epic tragedy moves to London'sWest End with a celebrated cast led by Ian McKell…

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BWW Review: Martin McDonagh's Darkly Comic HANGMEN is Enjoyably Discomforting by Michael Dale

It might be easier to pity the hardworking gentleman at the core of Martin McDonagh's new darkly comic drama, who loses his job when his employer eliminates his position, if it weren't for t…

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‘Sensitive storytelling’: BE PREPARED – Vault Festival #Vault2018 by Michael Davis

Writer/performer Ian Bonar enters with a portable keyboard/organ. This immediately makes me think of James Rowland’s 100 Different Words For Love, which was performed at The Vaults last ye…

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Monday, February 12, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Mad as Hell at Jermyn Street Theatre by Francesca Peschier

Don’t try and tell us it’s his jive dancing: Francesca Peschier reviews Cassie McFarlane & Adrian Hope's play about Eletha Barrett and Peter Finch The post Review: Mad as Hell at Je…

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Review: NOW18: Week 4 at The Yard by Rosemary Waugh

Sexting with James Joyce: Rosemary Waugh reviews My Kind of Michael and Your Sexts Are Shit, as part of NOW18. The post Review: NOW18: Week 4 at The Yard appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Here’s the ‘artful’ way Sacramento is covering bad paint jobs on light rail trains

Sacramento Regional Transit has found an artful way of covering the peeling paint on some of its older light rail trains: two are now rolling public art pieces. Rather than … Click to …

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Ruth Wilson’s Farming Experience in ‘Dark River’ by Blouin Artinfo

Ruth Wilson is featured in the bleak farming environment where she will be seen dealing with her family farm in the upcoming movie “Dark River.”The film paints a bleak picture of a famil…

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Review: Again at Trafalgar Studios by Hailey Bachrach

Reset and start again: Hailey Bachrach reviews the premiere of Stephanie Jacob's family comedy The post Review: Again at Trafalgar Studios appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Review: The Divide at the Old Vic by Ed Nightingale

Full of teenage melodrama: Ed Nightingale reviews the shortened version of Alan Ayckbourn's dystopian epic (and it's still a disappointment). The post Review: The Divide at the Old Vic appea…

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‘Pad Man’ — one man’s life-affirming crusade for women by Blouin Artinfo

The film ‘Pad Man’ is the Bollywood version of a true story of one man’s crusade to fight the taboos related to menstrual health in India. It’s the tale of one such man who take…

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‘I wanted to channel the anger’: Europe's fearless political playwrights by Daniel Boffey, Constanze Letsch, Philip Oltermann, Helena Smith and Kit Gillet

They’ve stormed the Reichstag, turned terrorism into absurd comedy and asked their audiences for answers. Meet five theatre-makers grappling with crises across the continent.By Daniel Boff…

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Giselle review – exquisite Francesca Hayward is on her way to greatness by Judith Mackrell

Royal Opera House, LondonThe ballerina brings an illusion of spontaneity to the choreography while mining a wealth of emotion from this gothic ghost story’s fantastical plotFrancesca Haywa…

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Vault Festival: Our pick of the best shows to see in week four by Fergus Morgan

As Vault Festival strides into its fourth week, there’s a real sense that the festival has found its feet. Week four sees

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Lyn Gardner: Emerging talent will suffer if critics are allowed to vanish by Lyn Gardner

While at Edinburgh in 2009, I reviewed a play called A Western staged at Forest Fringe by a young company called Action

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Mark Shenton’s week: It’s Groundhog Day on Broadway as British imports pile up by Mark Shenton

I don’t need an excuse to visit New York, but last weekend I had a special reason for scheduling a four-night stay:

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Pickleville Playhouse Picked A Peck of Racism & Ithaca’s Students should go to PROM (the musical) by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess was kinda thrilled that Hungary got called on it’s BS production of an All White Porgy & Bess. She was looking forward to celebrating the positives in American t…

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Joffrey Ballet announces 2018-19 season by Morgan Greene

The Joffrey Ballet’s 2018-19 season will include the world premiere of Yuri Possokhov’s “Anna Karenina,” presented as part of a first-time collaboration between the Joffrey and the A…

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LOVE NEVER DIES: And This Musical Hasn’t, Either by Peter Filichia

In musical theater, there’s one cliché that doesn’t hold true. “You never get a second chance to make a first...Continue Reading The post LOVE NEVER DIES: And This Musical Hasn’t, E…

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 2/11-2/12/2018

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Monday, February 12, 2018 - Monday, February 12, 2018.

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Disney Cartoons Expand in China on Alibaba’s Youku Platform by Patrick Frater

Disney cartoon series are to be widely available in China following a deal between Buena Vista International and Youku, the video streaming platform owned by Alibaba. China strictly limits t…

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Kate Bush’s Wuthering Heights — from Emily Brontë to Alan Partridge

Some songs are so distinctive they spend their afterlives being celebrated in peculiar ways

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Why Does This Opera Have So Much Cursing? - 'Jerry Springer – The Opera' offers pathos and profanity

Jerry Springer – The Opera offers pathos and profanity---If it weren't for the frequent streams of expletives, the choral refrains of Jerry Springer – The Opera might work at the…

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Look Back at Sutton Foster, Gavin Creel, and the Original Cast of Thoroughly Modern Millie by Hannah Vine

The 15th anniversary reunion concert takes place February 12 at the Minskoff Theatre.

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Thoroughly Modern Millie Reunion Concert, Starring Sutton Foster and Gavin Creel, Plays Broadway February 12 by Andrew Gans

Harriet Harris, Marc Kudisch, Sheryl Lee Ralph, Francis Jue, and Anne L. Nathan are also part of the Actors Fund benefit.

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WATCH: A Backstage Peek at 'Kinky Boots' - How TKTS by TDF helped celebrate the musical's 2,000th performance

How TKTS by TDF helped celebrate the Broadway musical's 2,000th performance---The Tony-winning musical Kinky Boots recently celebrated its 2,000th performance on Broadway, and we were thrill…

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IMPRESSIONS: Evelyn Joy Hoelscher's Spaces of Fontana, Ashley McQueen's Smashworks Dance Collective, and Kevin Ortega-Rojas' wandering movers by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Evelyn Joy Hoelscher's Spaces of Fontana, Ashley McQueen's Smashworks Dance Collective, and Kevin Ortega-Rojas' wandering movers, "These creatives tear out their hearts to …

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IMPRESSIONS: Compagnie Hervé Koubi's “What the Day Owes to the Night” at The Joyce by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Compagnie Hervé Koubi's What the Day Owes to the Night at The Joyce, "The audience gasps as he leans backwards, appearing to linger in the air for seconds before tumbling …

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ARTIST ACTIVATED: Shura Baryshnikov on Becoming Joan of Arc for Odyssey Opera, Embodying Motherhood, and Activating Space by The Dance Enthusiast

In ARTIST ACTIVATED: Shura Baryshnikov on Becoming Joan of Arc for Odyssey Opera, Embodying Motherhood, and Activating Space, Shura Baryshnikov says about Joan of Arc, "I relate to the tenac…

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