Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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The Hayes announces She Loves Me by Matt Edwards

The Hayes Theatre Co announced today that the first of its Artist Led Productions Initiative, She Loves Me will play from August 24. Directing this production and inaugural recipient of the …

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Photo Flash: Steppenwolf's 2018 Gala Raises $1.3 Million for the Theatre's Educational and Artistic Programming by BroadwayWorld

Steppenwolf Theatre Company's world-renowned ensemble was joined by more than 675 civic, cultural and business leaders for the2018 Galaon Saturday, May 12, 2018, raising over 1.3 million for…

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Photo Flash: Yasmina Reza's ART Comes to Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury by BroadwayWorld

A HUGELY successful stage comedy with a stellar cast comes to The Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury, next month June.

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Broadway Bets Poker Tournament Raises Record $295,100 for BC/EFA by Adam Hetrick

Steve Martin, Michael Cera, Billy Crudup, and Tony Yazbeck were among the players in the fourth annual Broadway poker tournament.

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Review: Long Day's Journey into Night at curtainup.com/ by Charles Wright

The Bristol Old Vic has brought New York a creditable staging of O'Neill's masterpiece. Lesley Manville is giving a performance that's damn near definitive. How fitting that these British Ty…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Light Shining in Buckinghamshireat curtainup.com/ by Jacob Horn

Caryl Churchill's early play is back at New York Theatre Workshop

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Million Dollar Quartet’s Reprise At Actors’ Rocks Once Again by Bill Hirschman

So…what do Carl Perkins, Johnny Cash, Elvis Presley and Jerry Lee Lewis have in store for an encore in Actors’ Playhouse at the Miracle Theatre’s much-anticipated return engagement of …

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Headed to Easy Street! Ana Gasteyer and Megan Hilty Join Hollywood Bowl ANNIE by BroadwayWorld

It has just been announced that stars Ana Gasteyer as Miss Hannigan'and Megan Hilty Lily St. Regis. have joined the cast of the upcomingHollywood Bowl production of ANNIE, which will take pl…

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Syracuse University Comes To Broadway Sessions, 5/17 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Sessions celebrates Syracuse U this week, 517.

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Theatre Review: ‘Rite of Spring’ at Pointless Theatre Company by Elle Marie Sullivan

Igor Stravinsky’s controversial orchestral piece, ’The Rite of Spring’ premiered in 1913 at the Ballet Russes in Paris. It caused riots with its opening performance. Stravinsky’s exp…

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Top 5 Shows of the Week by April Forrer

1. ‘Priscilla, Queen of the Desert’ at Kensington Arts Theatre. “…I recommend “Priscilla, Queen of the Desert” as a fun-filled performance with strong performers and a n…

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New Dramatists Honor Denzel Washington by Sandi Durell

    (Short Video Piece by Magda Katz)     Photos: Magda Katz Video Interviews: Sandi Durell   On Tuesday, May 15, the Marriott Marquis hosted the 69thAnnual Spring L…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘Jekyll and Hyde – The Musical’ at Third Wall Productions by Timoth David Copney

“Jekyll and Hyde, The Musical” ranks among the creepiest of Broadway musicals.  Even the upbeat numbers are downers.  And yet, it is a surprisingly entertaining piece of theatr…

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  Operation Crucible by Sandi Durell

      by Carole Di Tosti   In its US premiere as a part of Brits Off Broadway at 59E59 Theaters, Operation Crucible tells a fateful story through a dynamic drama perform…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsals With #BLESSED A Spoken Word Cabaret by BroadwayWorld

In an innovative twist on the typical cabaret show, a company of 6 actors perform a programme of new writing fromMartha Pothenpeppered with favourites from the musical theatre canon in an ac…

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Theatre Témoin Bring Feed To The Edinburgh Fringe by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Feed runs from 3 – 27 August 2018 at the Pleasance Dome (King Dome) at 2pm as part of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018. This post Theatre Témoin Bring Feed To The Edinburgh F…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Photos: The Actors Fund Gala by Jk Clarke

      Monday evening, May 14, at the Marriott Marquis in New York City’s Times Square, The Actors Fund celebrated four gigantic stars of stage and screen and awarded the…

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Theatre Review: ‘Incredibly Dead!’ at Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) by April Forrer

Baltimore Rock Opera Society (BROS) bestows Baltimoreans with another one of its productions – this one… a B-Horror Rock Opera, “Incredibly Dead!” Directed by Michael Ziccardi and Sa…

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News: The Highwood Theatre Presents All-Student Production of ‘West Side Story’ by Guest Author

As the capstone of its first-ever ‘Year-Long Production,’ The Highwood Theatre is honored to bring the landmark musical, West Side Story, to the stage in downtown Silver Spring. The prod…

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Jim Parsons Returns to THE BOYS IN THE BAND Following Foot Injury by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported over the weekend, The Boys in the Bandcanceled its performance on Saturday evening because of a cast member injury. We can confirm that the cast member in question …

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Touring Cast of HAMILTON Stops In with George HW Bush for a Private Performance by BroadwayWorld

This week, the touring company of Hamilton stopped by for a visit with former President of the United States, George HW Bush at his Houston office.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: In ‘Operation Crucible,’ Terror and Reassurance by Ben Brantley

Kieran Knowles’s gripping play about the Sheffield Blitz, part of the Brits Off Broadway festival, focuses on the interdependent lives of four steel workers.

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Red, Wyndham's Theatre - Mark Rothko drama paints a vivid picture by Marianka Swain

Alfred Molina gives a towering performance as the self-absorbed artistThe band’s back together. Alfred Molina plays Rothko for the third time in Michael Grandage’s revisiting of John Log…

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Jim Parsons Returns to the Party in Broadway’s Boys in the Band Tonight by Adam Hetrick

The Emmy-winning actor stars as Michael in the Broadway premiere of Mart Crowley’s 1968 play about a group of gay friends living in New York City.

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At Alliance Theatre's CANDIDE by BroadwayWorld

The ALLIANCE THEATRE in Atlanta is currently staging CANDIDE, directed by ALLIANCE THEATRE Jennings Hertz Artistic Director Susan V. Booth with musical direction by Atlanta Symphony Orchestr…

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Helen Hayes Awards 2018 photo album by Ryan Maxwell

Washington theatre’s most glamorous night out – The Helen Hayes Awards 2018, May 14, 2018 at The Anthem, as seen through the lens of Ryan Maxwell. For close up views, click the i…

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BWW Review: RED, Wyndham's Theatre by Nicole Ackman

It's easy to imagine that a play that explores the meaning of art could become bogged down in artistic pretention. However, Josh Logan's Red escapes this as the physicality of the art itself…

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OPERATION CRUCIBLE - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Howard Miller

"Bang, Bang, Turn, Brush." These are the sounds of the close-knit coordination and cooperation that are absolutely necessary when you are part of a team tasked at shaping hellishly hot metal…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Walter Bobbie of Saint Joan by Broadway.com

Walter Bobbie stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Saint Joan and more with Beth Stevens.

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John Gore Organization Promotes Susan Krajsa to President of Broadway Across America by Broadway.com

The John Gore Organization has announced the promotion of Susan Krajsa to President of Broadway Across America (BAA). A veteran of the Broadway industry, Krajsa has been with the company for…

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Let's Do Lunch! Broadway's Brightest Attend New Dramatists' Luncheon by Lindsey Sullivan

The New Dramatists’ 69th annual spring luncheon took place on May 15 at the New York Marriott Marquis, and boy, was it star-studded. Three Tall Women's Alison Pill, Laurie Metcalf …

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Odds & Ends: Neil Patrick Harris, Mary Louise Parker & Billy Porter to Lead Laramie Project Benefit & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Neil Patrick Harris, Mary Louise Parker & Billy Porter to Lead Laramie Project Benefit A trio of Tony-winning stars hav…

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VIDEO: Christopher Sieber Explains CANDIDE in Three Minutes by BroadwayWorld

The Alliance Theatre in Atlanta is currently staging CANDIDE, directed by Alliance Theatre Jennings Hertz Artistic Director Susan V. Booth with musical direction by Atlanta Symphony Orchestr…

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Red review at Wyndham’s Theatre, London – ‘Alfred Molina gives a performance of nuance and skill’ by Natasha Tripney

There’s been a lot of talk about the idea of male genius of late and the way it has historically been used

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Tony Award Predictions 2018 by Wendy Caster

LIZ: Were I to take awards seasons seriously, I’d join with the city’s professional theater critics in wringing my hands over the purported death of Broadway at the end of this weirdly i…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Red review – Alfred Molina's portrait is as layered as a Rothko canvas by Michael Billington

Wyndham’s, LondonMichael Grandage directs a well-judged revival of John Logan’s play about the artist and his assistant ‘Make something new,” the painter Mark Rothko urges his young …

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Together, Wherever We Go! Full Casting Set for the Muny's Gypsy Starring Beth Leavel by Andy Lefkowitz

Let them entertain you! Casting is complete for the Muny's upcoming centennial-season production of Gypsy. Rob Ruggiero will direct, Ralph Perkins will choreograph and James Moore will m…

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Andy Karl & Orfeh to Host 2018 Chita Rivera Awards; Performance Lineup Announced by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony-nominated Broadway couple Andy Karl (Groundhog Day) and Orfeh (Pretty Woman) have been announced as co-hosts of the 2018 Chita Rivera Awards, taking place at NYU's Skirball Center o…

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RED Wyndhams, WC2 by Libby Purves and Friends

THE SHINE AND THE TERROR     It is no bad thing to have your stage hero effectively co-designing the set. Christopher Oram’s recreation of Mark Rothko’s 1950’s studio is a bl…

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Go Inside New Dramatists’ 2018 Spring Luncheon Honoring Denzel Washington by Marc J. Franklin

The Tony and Oscar winner, currently starring in The Iceman Cometh, is the recipient of the Distinguished Achievement Award.

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In the Toronto theatre named for his mother, viewers can watch Prince Harry marry Meghan Markle by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

Mirvish throws open the Princess of Wales Theatre for a royal wedding viewing party for 2,000.

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Summer is coming, and so is Cher. And so is 'Waitress' and Elvis. by Chris Jones

Niala Boodhoo, the charming host of the Illinois Public Media radio show “The 21st,” had a question for me Tuesday. What can people coming to Chicago this summer plan to see at the theat…

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Dance Nation & Summer and Smoke by Sandi Durell

  The Cost of Art in DANCE NATION, and a Fiery Performance by Marin Ireland in SUMMER AND SMOKE       by Barbara and Scott Siegel     Clare Barron’s new play,…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with The Public Theater's OTHELLO by BroadwayWorld

OTHELLO begins performances on Tuesday, May 29 and runs through Sunday, June 24 with an official opening on Monday, June 18. Check out the cast hard at work in rehearsal below

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VIDEO: 30 Days of Tony! Day 3- Lindsay Mendez Makes A Rapturous Appearance at the 2010 Ceremony by Alexa Criscitiello

On day three, we celebrate one of the first Tony sightings of a Best Featured Actress in a Musical nominee, Lindsay Mendez, who stopped by the 2010 ceremony to back up Sherie Rene Scott in t…

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Andy Karl and Orfeh Will Host the Chita Rivera Awards by BroadwayWorld

Andy Karl andOrfeh will host the 2018Chita Rivera Awards, taking place atNYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts onSunday, May 20at 730pm.

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BWW TV Exclusive: From BYU to NYC- Brigham Young University Alumni and Students Belt It Out at Broadway Sessions! by Ben Cameron

You may not know this, but our friendly neighborhood Broadway buddy, Ben Cameron, grew up in the Mormon church, just miles away from Brigham Young University. Thismakes him no stranger to th…

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Kate Burton Leads Cast of Old Globe's THE TEMPEST by BroadwayWorld

The Old Globe today announced its next cast and creative team-including numerous Globe favorites and new faces-as the 2018 Summer Shakespeare Festival once again presents the finest of the B…

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Photo Coverage: New Dramatists Salute THE ICEMAN COMETH Star Denzel Washington by Jennifer Broski

NewDramatists,TonyHonor recipient and the nation's premier playwright developmentlaboratory, just honored Tonyand Academy Award-winnerDenzel Washingtonat its69th Annual Spring Luncheontribut…

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BROADWAY BETS Raises Record-Breaking $295,100 for BC/EFA by BroadwayWorld

High energy, enthusiasm and a night of incredible fundraising were dealt in spades when Broadway stars, industry insiders and fans raised a record 295,100 for Broadway CaresEquity Fights AID…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Green Alliance Will Hold Spring Textile Collection Drive by Adam Hetrick

The May 27 collection drive is open to all shows, theatres, industry members, and fans.

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Kathleen Chalfant, Lucas Steele, and More Tapped for Rattlestick’s Saint Vincent’s Project by Olivia Clement

Artistic Director Daniella Topol will helm the new play, penned by Cusi Cram, which will celebrate the life and legacy of the landmark hospital.

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What have the royals ever done for the arts? by Claire Armitstead

From the RSC to the ROH, Britain’s most prestigious arts institutions are all by royal appointment. But as Prince Harry marries Meghan Markle, is it goodbye Royal Variety Show and hello Ro…

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See Shoshana Bean, Annaleigh Ashford, More Unite for Jerad Bortz and Steven Skeels Benefit Concert by Hannah Vine

The two were among those helping to raise funds for fellow Wicked alum Bortz, who was left paralyzed from a car accident in February.

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Broadway’s David Burnham Headlines Feinstein’s at the Nikko by Matthew Wexler

Broadway star David Burnham ('Wicked,' 'The Light in the Piazza') brings his act, 'Mostly Broadway,' to San Francisco's Feinstein's at the Nikko.

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Jennifer Cody, Ann Harada, Ellen Harvey, More Will Join Beth Leavel in St. Louis Muny Gypsy by Andrew Gans

The classic musical will begin at the outdoor venue July 27.

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Andy Karl and Orfeh to Co-Host the 2018 Chita Rivera Awards by Ryan McPhee

The ceremony will take place May 20.

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Rise Falls: “Opening Night” Episode is the NBC Series Finale by New York Theater

Now that the hard-working, good-looking students of Stanton High School in dreary Stanton, Pennsylvania have put on the musical “Spring Awakening”  in the season finale of “Rise,” i…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Read Honoree Denzel Washington’s Full Remarks at New Dramatists Gala by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony and Oscar winner shared what makes him proudest in this moment.

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3 High Schools Recognized for Raising Awareness of Impact of Theatre Education by Olivia Clement

The theatre troupes of the schools are recipients of Theatre in Our Schools Outstanding Impact Awards.

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Backstage at Frozen with Jelani Alladin, Episode 2: Listen Up by Broadway.com

Frozen's Jelani Alladin takes us inside a listening party for the cast album and hangs out with his talented co-stars.

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Neil Patrick Harris, Mary-Louise Parker, and Billy Porter Will Be Part of Laramie Project’s 20th Anniversary by Adam Hetrick

Laramie: A Legacy will commemorate the life and impact of Matthew Shepard in a benefit reading that will also feature members of the original company.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Go Inside The Vineyard Theatre’s Spring Gala Honoring Michael Mayer by Marc J. Franklin

The Off-Broadway theatre company’s annual gala celebrated the Tony-winning director at the Edison Ballroom in NYC May 14.

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Sunday Sessions in Grand Park, DTLA by Pauline Adamek

Returning for the 6th summer, Sunday Sessions celebrates Los Angeles’ contribution to the American-originated, globally embraced art form of House music. Honoring L.A.’s vibrant music s…

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Neil Patrick Harris, Mary Louise Parker, Billy Porter Join LARAMIE: A LEGACY by BroadwayWorld

Tectonic Theater Project will present LARAMIE A LEGACY, a reading of The Laramie Project honoring the life and legacy of Matthew Shepard for the 20th anniversary of his death, on Monday, Sep…

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Paramount Pictures Closes Deal for Leonard Bernstein Biopic Starring Bradley Cooper by TV News Desk

According to Variety, Paramount Picturesand Amblin Partners have finalized a deal to secure the music and life rights fromLeonard Bernstein's estate, withBradley Cooperin talks to direct, pr…

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Performance as Research: An Interview with Playwright and ‘Vietgone’ Director Natsu Onoda Power by Elizabeth Ballou

Many theater people grow up daydreaming of the classic shows they want to take on one day. They envision themselves directing Angels in America, or performing the lead role in Phantom of the…

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Forever Bound by Vanessa Cate

Forever Bound Reviewed by Terry Morgan  Atwater Village Theatre  Through June 16 RECOMMENDED  Steve Apostolina’s Forever Bound is an uncommon play that begins in one genre and ends i…

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British Critic Stirs Debate Over Phone Use in Theatre by Matt Tamanini

As technology continues to creep further and further into every aspect of our lives with the advent of smart phones, wearable technology, and more, the performing arts-- and especially theat…

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Drenched Brings A Classic Cornish Folk Tale To The Stage by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Drenched, a one man comedy piece inspired by Cornish folk tale The Mermaid Of Zennor comes to the Edinburgh Fringe 2018. This post Drenched Brings A Classic Cornish Folk Tale…

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Red Speedo by Vanessa Cate

Red Speedo Reviewed by Lovell Estell III The Road Theatre Company Through July 1 RECOMMENDED The legendary Vince Lombardi once declared that, “Winning isn’t everything; it’s the o…

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Sex by Vanessa Cate

Sex Reviewed by Neal Weaver Buzzworks Theater Company Through June 17  We don’t think of Mae West as a literary figure, but she wrote three plays — Sex, The Drag, and Pleasure Man. …

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Plácido Domingo Will Return to Houston Grand Opera by Ryan McPhee

The legendary singer will offer a one-night-only concert to reopen the Wortham Theater Center following the devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey.

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Young black writers are told 'don't make art' but Nakkiah Lui stretches what is possible | Nayuka Gorrie by Nayuka Gorrie

Lui has been criticised by Quadrant and News Corp. Would this have been the case if she wasn’t black?I have something a bit creepy to confess and I’m sure I’m not the only one: before …

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Diary Of An Expat Comes To Edinburgh Fringe by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Diary Of An Expat by Cecilia Gragnani and Jvan Sica comes to Underbelly Cowgate as part of the Edinburgh Fringe 2018. This post Diary Of An Expat Comes To Edinburgh Fringe fi…

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Friendly Forest: Bricolage's immersive, inclusive 'Welcome to Here' blossoms into 'Everywhere' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In 2016, the doors to Bricolage Productions were opened to the whimsical world of “Welcome to Here,” designed by the company to embrace children with autism spectrum disorder and their f…

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Breakout Stars Ushering in a New Golden Age on Broadway: The Band's Visit Stars Ari'el Stachel & Etai Benson

Check out this stylized photoshoot and Q&A with The Band's Visit dynamic duo, Ari'el Stachel & Etai Benson.

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See Uma Thurman, Warren Beatty and Stars from Frozen, Harry Potter & More at the Actors Fund Gala by Eric King

The Actors Fund honored four performing arts leaders at its annual gala May 14. The Parisian Woman's Uma Thurman, Children of a Lesser God director Kenny Leon, Chita Rivera and Warren Be…

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Let Them In, Let Them See! Disney's Frozen Will Embark on a National Tour by Ryan Gilbert

It's finally come—come to knock down our theater door! Disney's new musical Frozen will launch a North American touring production in fall 2019. Nominated for three 2018 Tony A…

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FROZEN To Launch National Tour At Hollywood Pantages Fall 2019 by BroadwayWorld

FROZEN, the Tony-nominated Best Musical, will launch a North American tour in the Fall of 2019 and will officially open at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angeles during the 2019-20 se…

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WATCH NOW! Zooming in on the Tony Nominees: Michael Cera by BroadwayWorld TV

Watch below as Michael and his Tony-nominated co-star Brian Tyree Henry tell us all about want this nomination means to them, how they're preparing for the Tonys, and so much more

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‘Invisible Hand’ a taut political thriller worthy of ‘Homeland’ watchers by Nelson Pressley

Akhtar’s play centers on investment banker caught in Pakistan.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Frozen’ will launch a national tour in fall 2019 by Caitlin Huston

The Broadway musical “Frozen” is going on tour in the fall of 2019, beginning in Schenectady, New York. After Schenectady, the tour will officially open at The Hollywood Pantages…

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The Subtext: Carlos Murillo by American Theatre Editors

A chat with the playwright and professor about his career in New York, Minneapolis, and Chicago.

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£10 Tickets to The Yellow Wallpaper at Omnibus Theatre by Shaun Evelyn

Alice doesn’t love her baby enough. That’s what her doctor and husband say. They take it from her and she The post £10 Tickets to The Yellow Wallpaper at Omnibus Theatre appeared first …

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Review: ‘The Book of Joseph’ at Everyman Theatre by Gina Jun

With the advent and popularity of exploratory DNA tools like 23andMe and Ancestry.com to unearth family lineage, people are increasingly fascinated with discovering who they are and where th…

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Christopher Henley on the Helen Hayes Awards scene by Lorraine Treanor

Everything’s different; nothing’s changed Only maybe slightly rearranged So wrote Stephen Sondheim on the subject of marriage, but the lines apply just as easily to awards shows in gener…

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Zachary Quinto, Matt Bomer, and Andrew Rannells on Bringing Boys in the Band to Broadway by Ryan McPhee

"The essence of the play really is about the social context in which it takes place, so there’s no way to really update," Quinto says.

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Check Out Opening Night of Dominique Morisseau’s Paradise Blue Off-Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Signature Theatre production, directed by Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson, officially opened May 14.

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Tony-winner Len Cariou to bring his one-man musical revue, 'Broadway and the Bard,' to Stage 773 by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, Tony Award-winning actor Len Cariou, Starry Night Productions and Aruba Productions announced the Chicago staging of “Broadway and the Bard: an Evening of Shakespeare and Song,…

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Guleraana Mir: The Coconut playwright on why she had to write about inter-cultural dating by Guleraana Mir, Guleraana Mir

As a British-Pakistani non-practicing Muslim, finding love wasn't always easy for Guleraana Mir. Now, she's determined that we need to hear more stories like hers

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Broadway’s ‘Frozen’, ‘A Bronx Tale’ Announce North American Tour Plans by Greg Evans

Disney’s Tony-nominated musical Frozen will skate across North America beginning in the fall of 2019, with an official, exclusive opening at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Los Angel…

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'Having Our Say': It's astounding what the Delany sisters saw in their 100+ years by Chris Jones

Much has changed since I first heard the inimitable Delany sisters have their say from stages in New York and Chicago. Conversational references to Dan Quayle and David Duke — touchstones …

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National Tour of Disney’s Frozen Musical Will Open in Los Angeles by Ryan McPhee

The Tony-nominated musical opened at Broadway’s St. James Theatre in March.

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‘In the Heights’ Tops the Helen Hayes Awards by American Theatre Editors

GALA Hispanic Theatre and Shakespeare Theatre Company took home the most awards.

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The HAMILTON Experience At Victoria Palace Theatre by Gary Naylor

Hamilton not reviewed, but experienced.

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Block Talk: Episode 62- RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 RuCap Episode 8 by Michael Block

It's time to Cher our thoughts on the latest episode of RuPaul's Drag Race season 10. I'm joined by the lovely Diana Carfire!To listen to the episode, visit iTunes or SoundCloud! And leave u…

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‘Refreshing in its bravery to stage such simple storytelling’: RETURNING TO REIMS – Theater Berlin by Laura Kressly

Thomas Ostermeier’s production Returning to Reims is an extended examination of European class politics through reading and discussion of French sociologist Didier Eribon’s memoir, a sur…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)
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See Hailey Kilgore, Jelani Alladin, and Ari’el Stachel Celebrate Broadway Debuts at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Hannah Vine

The young stars of Once On This Island, Frozen, SpongeBob, The Band’s Visit, and more took part in the one-night-only concert May 7.

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Voices from the 2018 Hollywood Fringe: Daniel Donahue, Co-Star of ‘Coke and Mirrors’ Comedy Magic Show by Kurt Gardner

Co-stars Eric Segal and Daniel Donhue. Daniel Donohue and Eric Siegel, the stars of last year’s hilarious The New Bad Boys of Magic, are staggering

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‘Soul: The Stax Musical’ sings from the 1960s jukebox by Nelson Pressley

In Laura Eason’s ‘The Undeniable Sound of Right Now,’ rock is dead. Long live rock!

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Disappear Here, RIBA, London — a perceptive show about perspective

An exhibition that bristles with unexpected gems

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Jim Parsons Out of THE BOYS IN THE BAND Due to Foot Injury; Expected to Return This Week by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported over the weekend, The Boys in the Bandcanceled its performance on Saturday evening because of a cast member injury. We can confirm that the cast member in question …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:42PM

VIDEO: Matt Bomer, Zachary Quinto, & Andrew Rannells Chat THE BOYS IN THE BAND on THE TODAY SHOW by TV News Desk

Kathie Lee, Hoda and John Cena welcome actors Zacahry Quinto, Matt Bomer and Andrew Rannells, who in addition to being friends are co-stars in the 50th anniversary edition of The Boys in the…

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Nyle Dimarco & Celeste Headlee to Moderate Talkbacks with Cast of CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD by BroadwayWorld

Producer Hal Luftig announced today that co-producer Nyle DiMarco will host a talkback for the audience at Children of a Lesser God today, May 15, following the 700pm show. DiMarco will join…

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Pittsburgh playwright Tammy Ryan enters New Dramatists residency by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Tammy Ryan, the widely produced Pittsburgh playwright and educator, has been named a New Dramatists resident playwright for the class of 2025.

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Meet The Unlikely Hero Of “Harry Potter And The Cursed Child”

“It’s really good to get the underdog to rise up and smash the fuck out of it,” said Tony-nominated actor Anthony Boyle. View Entire Post ›

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Navy Pier — the tourist spot is going native this summer, with Chicagoans in mind by Kt Hawbaker

The bad henna tattoos. The flimsy, “personalized” keychains. Jimmy Buffett. The Bubba Gump Shrimp Co. Jimmy Buffett. The droves of hormone-addled high school students away from their par…

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Alternating Currents by Joel Benjamin

Despite the complexity of the interactions of the people of Electchester and the poor folk at Pomonok, Kraar manages to end on a promising note.  "Alternating Currents," produced under the …

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Take a Look at Follies at Astoria Performing Arts Center by Hannah Vine

The Stephen Sondheim-James Goldman musical runs May 3–26.

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Nyle DiMarco and NPR’s Celeste Headlee Are Hosting Children of a Lesser God Talkbacks by Adam Hetrick

The Broadway revival of Mark Medoff’s Tony Award-winning drama co-stars Joshua Jackson and Lauren Ridloff.

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Critic’s Notebook: Ridiculous! Fabulous! On Broadway, Tapping in Quotation Marks by Brian Seibert

What does tap mean in musicals these days? It’s often used as a sparkly outfit — a symbol of Broadway’s past, danced by nostalgists and drama nerds.

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Winners announced for The Mousetrap Awards 2018 by Robin Johnson

On Sunday 13 May 2018, Mousetrap Theatre Projects’ Youth Forum presented the 7th annual Mousetrap Awards ceremony at the Charing Cross Theatre. The post Winners announced for The Mousetrap…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Caroline O'Connor and the Cast of THE RINK by BroadwayWorld

The new production of THE RINK will play at Southwark Playhouse for a limited season from 25 May to 23 June 2018, with a national press night on Tuesday 29 May. Get a first look at the compa…

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Profile: Chris Stezin Plays a Rock Music Diehard in the ‘Undeniable Sound of Right Now” by Ravelle Brickman

Chris Stezin is a prolific playwright whose last play—produced at The Keegan Theatre in January of 2017—was Mack,Beth, a contemporary take on Shakespeare’s Macbeth. Now he’s back at …

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Stage review: 'King Hedley II' overcomes the elements to open on the Hill by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

August Wilson couldn’t have known it at the time, but the idea of a video store as a formula for success today leaps out as a metaphor for the inevitable failure of characters striving to …

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‘Musical theatre at its best’: MISS SAIGON – Touring ★★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

This touring production of Miss Saigon has lost none of its sparkle and is full of so many intricacies that the experience is visceral and moving.

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REVIEW: H R Haitch, Union Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews H R Haitch – A Right Royal Musical Comedy at the Union Theatre. This post REVIEW: H R Haitch, Union Theatre ✭✭✭✭ first appeared on British …

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Joe Iconis Breaks Down Be More Chill Track by Track by Joe Iconis

The composer of the cult favorite musical takes listeners on a deep dive into his process, starting with Act 1.

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Spring Has Sprung! Hailey Kilgore, Condola Rashad & More Broadway Stars Step Out for MTC Gala by Lindsey Sullivan

It's that time of year! Fabulous fashion, flashbulbs and an endless number of fun fêtes are what the month of May is all about on Broadway. A number of 2018 Tony nominees and Great…

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Nathan Lane Looks Forward to Explaining Who Roy Cohn Was to the Mean Girls by Broadway.com

Nathan Lane just earned his sixth Tony nomination for his turn as the radical attorney Roy Cohn in the first Broadway revival of Angels in America. Lane paid a visit to The Tonight Show Star…

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See Tony Kushner, Brandon Victor Dixon & More at the Vineyard Theatre Gala Honoring Michael Mayer by Broadway.com

Off Broadway's The Vineyard Theatre honored veteran director Michael Mayer on May 14 at its 35th annual gala. Theater power players such as Tony Kushner, Jessie Mueller and more gat…

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Cities and Dates Announced for National Tour of A Bronx Tale by Andrew Gans

The Chazz Palminteri-Alan Menken-Glenn Slater musical continues on Broadway at the Longacre Theatre.

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Review: Palindrone: Sphere and Pentz at Baltimore Theatre Project by Jill Kyle-Keith

Two musicians, two stories: “Palindrome”, Rapid Lemon’s latest piece, is actually two one-acts, linked by themes of music and madness. Both pieces take their titles from the middle…

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A BRONX TALE Announces Full Lineup of Tour Stops by BroadwayWorld

Producers Tommy Mottola, the Dodgers, Tribeca Productions and Evamere Entertainment are pleased to announce the complete touring schedule for the 2018-2019 season for the North American tour…

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Cynthia Erivo, James Earl Jones, Uzo Aduba, & More Confirmed for New York Debut of LETTERS LIVE by TV News Desk

LETTERS LIVEis thrilled to announceCynthia Erivo, Edie Falco, Ian McShane, James Earl Jones, Katie Holmes, Kyle MacLachlan, Laurence Fishburne, Molly RingwaldandUzo Adubaas the second wave o…

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Review: Describe the Night, Hampstead Theatre by Sebastian Calver

In light of recent current affairs involving Russian politics, Rajiv Joseph has written a powerful and educating story that has The post Review: Describe the Night, Hampstead Theatre appeare…

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Review: The Significant Other Festival, The Vaults by Anna Zanetti

This year, The Significant Other Festival is a perfectly oiled mechanism, which delights for its setting and scattered moments of The post Review: The Significant Other Festival, The Vaults …

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Review: Lessons in Love and Violence, The Royal Opera House by Simon Fearn

“It’s nothing to do with loving a man, it’s love full stop that’s poison”. This is the opening line of The post Review: Lessons in Love and Violence, The Royal Opera House appeared…

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with The Play That Goes Wrong Standout Akron Watson

Get to know Akron Watson as he talks The Play That Goes Wrong, his memorable Color Purple audition with John Doyle, an onstage wardrobe malfunction, and his dream Sondheim role.

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Jim Parsons Temporarily Out of Broadway’s Boys in the Band by Andrew Gans

The actor, who sustained a minor injury over the weekend, is expected back in the production later this week.

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Frozen to Launch National Tour by Mark A. Robinson

The Tony-Nominated Broadway musical Frozen, based on the Oscar-winning, animated Disney film, is about to bring its heartwarming story to the country. Having broken two longstanding box offi…

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Theater Review: “The Plague” — A Necessary Moral Parable by Matt Hanson

In a culture that seems hell-bent on distracting us from painful realities, the intimacy of this production comes off as redemptive and inspiring.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 5/13/2018: Let’s Hear it for the Plays!

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending May 13, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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Album Reviews: Audra McDonald, Louise Dearman & the Everybody’s Talking About Jamie cast recording by Ian Foster

Casting my eye over some recent musical theatre album releases: Audra McDonald’s live album Sing Happy, Louise Dearman’s latest collection For You, For Me and the long-awaited cast recor…

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AT Live Event! Stage Migrations: Immigrants and the American Theatre by American Theatre Editors

On May 23, AT senior editor Diep Tran will moderate a conversation with Blanka Zizka, Carmen Rivera, Ed Sylvanus Iskandar, Maria Goyanes, Ngozi Anyanwu,

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Review: Choral Cuisine at Mayfest 2018 by Maddy Costa

'The movement of forks, the lifting of cups': Maddy Costa reviews Sabrina Shirazi's food and music related work-in-progress The post Review: Choral Cuisine at Mayfest 2018 appeared first on …

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Ruth Negga to Play Title Role in Dublin Hamlet by Olivia Clement

The Oscar-nominated Loving actor will star in the Gate Theatre's fall production, helmed by Yaël Farber.

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FIRST LOOK: Rehearsals for Kander and Ebb’s The Rink at Southwark Playhouse by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Check out these great rehearsal photos from the rehearsal rooms of Kander and Ebb’s The Rink starring Caroline O’Connor and Gemma Sutton at the Southwark Playhous…

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Rembrandt painting ‘discovered’ after auction sale

Art work from 1630s was not previously directly attributed to Dutch master

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Stolen costumes from Central School of Ballet recovered by Giverny Masso

Costumes that were stolen from Central School of Ballet’s graduate company have been returned following a major media campaign. More than 100

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Mean Girls Triumphs at 2018 Helen Hayes Awards by Andy Lefkowitz

The pre-Broadway production of the new musical Mean Girls took home the prize for Outstanding Visiting Production at the 2018 Helen Hayes Awards on May 14. The Hayes Awards recognize the bes…

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2 D.C. Productions of In the Heights Win Big at 2018 Helen Hayes Awards by Ryan McPhee

GALA Hispanic Theatre's Spanish-language presentation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes musical earned nine awards at the May 14 ceremony.

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Jim Parsons Out of THE BOYS IN THE BAND Due to Foot Injury; Expected to Return Later This Week by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported over the weekend, The Boys in the Bandcanceled its performance on Saturday evening because of a cast member injury. We can confirm that the cast member in question …

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Two-Time Tony Winner Nathan Lane Shares His Tonys Do’s and Don’ts by Ruthie Fierberg

The 2018 nominee for Angels in America talks about Broadway’s biggest night, Roy Cohn, and his thoughts on the Met Gala theme.

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Review: Mark Thomas, Stratford East by Susie Browning

“They hate it when we laugh at them” Situated in the northern West Bank, the Palestinian city Jenin is an The post Review: Mark Thomas, Stratford East appeared first on A Younger Theatre.

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Review: Nightfall, The Bridge Theatre by Simon Fearn

The Bridge, the first commercial theatre of its size to be built in London for 80 years, has so far The post Review: Nightfall, The Bridge Theatre appeared first on A Younger Theatre.

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Review: Burst, new play from Parlor Room Theater by Missy Frederick

Amy Leigh Horan’s new play Burst is tough to watch — and at the same time, engrossing to watch — precisely because it feels so real. Anyone who has dealt with grave uncertainty and a d…

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The Frederick Douglass Project sails but never stops to weigh anchor by Kate Colwell

On opening night of The Frederick Douglass Project, lightning cracked the sky over the Anacostia River and wind-blown rain snapped the flaps of the stage tent at The Yards Marina. Solas Nua,…

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BlacKkKlansman — Spike Lee delivers laughter, and anger

The staggeringly unlikely story of a black Colorado policemen who joined the KKK

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Read Reviews for Dominique Morisseau’s 1949-Set Detroit Drama Paradise Blue by Olivia Clement

See what critics think of the new play, helmed by Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson, now in performance at Signature Theatre.

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British Actor Glenda Jackson Schools Stephen Colbert on the Correct Spelling of 'Theatre' by Ruthie Fierberg

Tony nominee Jackson talks about her time in Parliament and her return to the stage in Three Tall Women.

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Glenda Jackson Schools Stephen Colbert on the Correct Spelling of 'Theatre' by Ruthie Fierberg

Tony nominee Jackson talks about her time in Parliament and her return to the stage in Three Tall Women.

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See Warren Beatty, Kenny Leon, Chita Rivera, and Uma Thurman Honored at Actor's Fund Gala by Hannah Vine

The four artists received the Actors Fund’s Medal of Honor at the annual gala May 14.

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Dance Review: Boston Ballet — The Whole Enchilada by Marcia B. Siegel

Sleeping Beauty needs not only to thrill us but to carry us somewhere back into its own history.

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BWW Review: EFFIGIES OF WICKEDNESS (SONGS BANNED BY THE NAZIS), Gate Theatre by Gary Naylor

Weimar Cabaret delivered with talent, humour and fear to burn

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Watch the Cast of Come From Away Talk About Inclusivity, Mentorship, and Kindness by Playbill Staff

Cast members of the musical open up about their own experiences and how other artists have influenced their lives and careers with kindness.

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One sentence that seared a book, highlighted a play, and inspired a young playwright by Fountaintheatre

by Dionna Michelle Daniel “I feel most colored when I am thrown against a sharp white background.” This sentence has stuck with me since the first time I read Claudia Rankine’s book, …

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Text of the Day: Mayfly by Aleks Sierz

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

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Actor Marieme Diouf on playing the first black female footballer: ‘She’d play in a corset then go home and cook the family dinner’ by Simon Fearn

Now playing Emma Clarke, the first black professional female footballer, in Offside, a play by poets Hollie McNish and Sabrina Mahfouz, Diouf

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Star Chris Jarman Will Join Cast of London’s Wicked by Andrew Gans

The international hit musical continues at the Apollo Victoria Theatre.

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The Sword and the Sand review at Lyric Theatre, Belfast – ‘a promising idea’ by Jane Coyle

Peace ostensibly broke out in Northern Ireland in 1998 with the signing of the Good Friday Agreement. Since then, the place has

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by Susan Grace

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The Broadway.com Show: Vicki Lewis Talks Letting Loose as Countess Lily in Anastasia, Early Beginnings & More by Broadway.com

Vicki Lewis chats about returning to Broadway in Anastasia, reflects on her early days in New York City and more.

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Photo Coverage: Condola Rashad Hosts MTC's Spring Gala 2018 by Jessica Fallon Gordon

Manhattan Theatre Club presented its annual Spring Gala, an evening of cocktails and dinner followed by a special evening highlighting some of Broadway's most exciting shows, last night, May…

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Dead or Alive: Should the Abortion Act of 1967 be repealed? by Featured Content

In new play Dead or Alive? A Drama in the Womb, premiering this week at London's Theatro Technis, a pregnant woman ponders whether to abort twin embryos. It's been 50 years since abortions b…

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VIDEO: Laurie Metcalf Chats THREE TALL WOMEN, SNL, & More on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS by TV News Desk

Laurie Metcalf talks about what drew her to working on Three Tall Women, the day she found out she was nominated for an Oscar and her brief stints on SNL on Late Night with Seth Meyers

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BWW Review: Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville Star in Eugene O'Neill's LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT by Michael Dale

Ranking up there with MEDEA and OEDIPUS REX, Eugene O'Neill's family tragedy LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT would most likely make any playgoer's list of inappropriate classics to revive on M…

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Andy Moss to lead the Knights Of The Rose by Robin Johnson

Former Hollyoaks and Doctors actor Andy Moss will lead the Knights Of The Rose cast this summer, as they charge through a rip-roaring soundtrack of Bon Jovi, Bonnie Tyler and Black Sabbath i…

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Review: SHOW, Lyric Hammersmith by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Dry ice hugs the small of the back and the tip of the tongue. Darkness falls. The air is captured The post Review: SHOW, Lyric Hammersmith appeared first on A Younger Theatre.

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Review: 143, Theatre N16 by Simon Fearn

143 stands for one writer, four actors, three plays. It’s a showcase for young playwright Isabella Stokes, who serves up The post Review: 143, Theatre N16 appeared first on A Younger Theat…

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Review: , The Place by Anna Zanetti

Part of A Festival of Korean Dance and performed by the Korea National Contemporary Dance Company, <Immixture> blends successfully the The post Review: <Immixture>, The Place a…

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George Roper: The Comedian by Trav S.D.

My dad had a lot in common with Matt Roper’s. They were were born and died the same years (1934-2003), both died of cancer prior to their 70th birthdays, both were in the Air Force, an…

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‘Evokes laughter & heartbreak through dark comedy’: THE BUZZ – Bread & Roses Theatre by Laura Kressly

The Buzz evokes laughter and heartbreak through dark comedy about how fame and success can cloud people’s judgement, and the lengths they go to in order to get what they want.

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Livestreaming Hilton Als “Andy Warhol: The Series” at the Martin E. Segal Theatre Center in New York City—Monday 21 May 2018 by Thea@howlround.com (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center presents Hilton Als “Andy Warhol: The Series” livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlrou…

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'Hir' is here to rewrite the rules of family dysfunction by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Barebones productions goes boldly into the theatrical menu. At the relatively new black box in Braddock, you can find Patrick Jordan’s company dishing out provocative works, most of them i…

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In Search of Lost Hope: Theatre Against All Odds in Afghanistan by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-Eichhorn. Afghan theatre activist Hjalmar Jorge Joffre-Eichhorn reflects on co-founding the Afghanistan Human Rights and Democracy Organization, a political theatre g…

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Livestreaming Suzan-Lori Parks' Watch Me Work from The Public Theater, New York—Monday 21 May 2018 by Thea@howlround.com (thea)

By HowlRound TV. Suzan-Lori Parks livestreams Watch Me Work from The Public Theater in New York City on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv on Monday…

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MTI Europe Presents 2nd Annual Junior Theatre Celebration by BroadwayWorld

Music Theatre International Europe, one of the world's leading theatrical licensing agencies, is proud to announce the second annual Junior Theatre Celebration JTC, to be held at Leicester C…

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REVIEW: Disney's Frozen by JK

Review of the Saturday, May 5, 2018 matinee at the St. James Theatre in New York City. Starring Caissie Levy, Patti Murin, Jelani Alladin, John Riddle, Greg Hildreth, Andrew Pirozzi. Book by…

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An Interview with Ashley Park by Victoria Myers

Ashley Park has been working non-stop since graduating college. This year, she's racking up a slew of award nominations and wins for her work in "KPOP" and "Mean Girls," including a recent T…

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream review at Watermill Theatre, Newbury – ‘a playful production’ by Dave Fargnoli

Fizzing with humour, charm, and just a touch of chaos, Paul Hart’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a particularly light and delightful

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Video: Highlights from The 34th Annual Helen Hayes Awards by Mark Beachy

VIDEO: Highlights from The 34th Annual Helen Hayes Awards. Video includes interview with Michael Bobbitt and speech by Amy Austin with montage. Videographer: Ron Israel. Reporter and Video …

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Review:Paradise Blue at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Dominique Morisseau's bluesy tribute to August Wilson, with a noirish nod to Tennessee Williams

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Photo Coverage: Inside The Vineyard Theatre Gala 2018 - Part Two by Walter McBride

Vineyard Theatre's 2018 Gala Fundraiser celebrating Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer and the award-winning theatre company's 35th Anniversary took place on Monday, May 14, 2018 at E…

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Photo Coverage: Inside the Vineyard Theatre Gala 2018 - Part One by Walter McBride

Vineyard Theatre's 2018 Gala Fundraiser celebrating Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer and the award-winning theatre company's 35th Anniversary took place on Monday, May 14, 2018 at E…

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BWW's On This Day - May 15, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 15 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Theatre News: Helen Hayes Awards Presentation and Recipients by Kristen Price

In a lavish ceremony held at DC’s newest Arts venue, The Anthem, the Helen Hayes Awards were handed out last evening to the best and brightest in Washington-area theater. Performers and cr…

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The Greatest Showman heading to broadway by Jack Shepherd, Jack Shepherd

Hugh Jackman has previously spoken about a live version of the film

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Photo Flash: First Look at Lia Williams in Rehearsals for THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE at The Donmar Warehouse by BroadwayWorld

The Donmar Warehouse presents an arresting new stage adaptation of Muriel Spark's iconic novel The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie by Scottish playwright David Harrower, in the 100th anniversary y…

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BWW NEWS: Theatre Uncut Launch New Political Playwright Award by Alistair Wilkinson

In a special ceremony hosted at the Young Vic Theatre, last night Theatre Uncut announced the exciting news of their inaugural Political Playwriting Award. Years in the making, the company a…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Michael Grandage Company's RED by BroadwayWorld

Based on the original Donmar Warehouse production, this new production of Red by John Logan is the first ever UK revival since Grandage originated the premiere at the Donmar in 2009. The pro…

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Unicorn Announces Purni Morell's Last Season For Autumn And Beyond by BroadwayWorld

The Unicorn announces plans for Autumn and beyond in another bold and eclectic season of work at the UK's leading theatre for young audiences.

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FEATURED SHOW: As Ireland prepares to vote, new play Dead or Alive? examines issues around abortion reform by Featured Content

As Ireland prepares to head to the polls this month (on 25 May) to vote on legalising abortion, and the UK marks the 50th anniversary of The Abortion Act of 1967 coming into effect, Keith Hi…

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‘An original show in its own right’: LIPPY – Wandsworth Arts Fringe ★★★★ by Michael Davis

In Rachel Causer’s Lippy (which is directed by Georgie Staight), she traces her life-long admiration for female comics – for their unabashed way of looking at the world and not conformin…

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Sixteen and serious about a stage career? What are your training options? by Susan Elkin

Specialist theatre, drama or music education at 16-19 level doesn’t have to be pricey or far away from home – and it

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Dream casting for @LMTOrch’s concert version of the musical #King: @iamcedricneal takes on the title role alongside #SharonDClarke & @thedebbiek

Fifty years on from the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr and 30 years since the first performance of the late Martin Smith’s musical, Hackney Empire joins forces with the Londo…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Motionhouse: the dance-circus group still digging deep at 30 by Rachel Elderkin

Known for its athletic, high-impact style, Motionhouse gets to grips with the modern world – literally, with dancers moving across buildings and

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HR Haitch review at Union Theatre, London – ‘coarse and corny new musical’ by Paul Vale

The social divide between the working classes and the aristocracy has long been a popular theme in musical theatre. Think My Fair

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Cast Announced For Arcola’s The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi’s Wives by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for Rotimi Babatunde’s stage adaptation of Lola Shoneyin’s The Secret Lives Of Baba Segi’s Wives at the Arcola Theatre. This post…

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It Happened in Key West is set to premiere in the West End

Come on down to Florida - in London! The production team for the new American romantic comedy musical, It Happened in Key West, has just announced its world premiere at London's Charing Cros…

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet at the 2018 Vineyard Theatre Gala 2018 by Walter McBride

Vineyard Theatre's 2018 Gala Fundraiser celebrating Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer and the award-winning theatre company's 35th Anniversary took place on Monday, May 14, 2018 at E…

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Photo Coverage: Warren Beatty, Kenny Leon, Chita Rivera and Uma Thurman Honored at The Actors Fund Gala by Stephen Sorokoff

The Actors Fund bestowed its Medal of Honor upon four artists last night at its annual gala. BroadwayWorld was on hand at the big event, and you can check out photos below

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Buckland Theatre Company Makes West End Debut With TWO FOR THE SEESAW At Trafalgar Studios by BroadwayWorld

Two broken souls reach out to each other in an attempt to stick themselves back together again.

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David Witts and Chris Jarman Join the Cast of WICKED; Alice Fearn, Sophie Evans, and More Renew by BroadwayWorld

WICKED, the world class West End musical Official London Theatre that tells the incredible untold story of the Witches of Oz, is delighted to confirm that Alice Fearn Elphaba, Sophie Evans G…

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal for BEIRUT at Park Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The UK revival of Beirut by American playwright and author Alan Bowne is set to be performed at Park Theatre from 12th June to 7th July 2018. Written in the 1980s at the height of the AIDS c…

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal for TARTUFFE at Theatre Royal Haymarket by BroadwayWorld

Acclaimed film and television actor Paul Anderson will play the title role in Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket, alongside celebrated stage and screen stars Audrey Fleurot, George Blag…

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‘Who could ask for anything more?’: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS – Cinema Screening – The Hospital Club ❤❤❤❤❤ by Emma Clarendon

Following a recent run in the West End at the Dominion Theatre, hit musical An American in Paris arrives on the big screen this week.

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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World Premiere Of New Romantic Musical Comedy Announced by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo It Happened In Key West, a new romantic musical comedy is to have its world premiere at London’s Caring Cross Theatre in July. This post World Premiere Of New Romantic …

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Frank Skinner and Katherine Parkinson to make playwriting debuts at Edinburgh Fringe by Matthew Hemley

Actor Katherine Parkinson and comedian Frank Skinner will make their debuts as playwrights at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe, as part of

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From one wizarding world to another: @ChrisJarman2 is the new Doctor Dillamond in London’s @WickedUK as more cast changes revealed

Fresh from Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, Chris Jarman joins the West End cast of Wicked from 23 July 2018 alongside current cast member Rosa O’Reilly who takes over the role of Ness…

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Derby Theatre gala to raise funds for artistic director’s cancer treatment by Giverny Masso

Derby Theatre is hosting a gala night to raise vital funds towards cancer treatment for its artistic director Sarah Brigham. Brigham, who

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Diversity charity Act for Change launches fundraising campaign to secure its future by Georgia Snow

Act for Change has issued an urgent appeal for public support, revealing it has had to put work on hold until more

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Effigies of Wickedness review at Gate Theatre, London – ‘wildly entertaining and spiked with menace’ by Sam Marlowe

“The world’s gone nuts, so best of luck!” trill the seductive quartet of performers in this captivating cabaret – a message of

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The Shires at Royal Albert Hall, London by Blouin Artinfo

The Shires will perform at Royal Albert Hall, London. The show is a presentation of SJM Concerts. It is part of The Albert Sessions.“There will be two intervals during the show. The Shires…

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Wicked reveals new London cast from July by Robin Johnson

Wicked has announced new stars to join the company from July, with leads Alice Fearn and Sophie Evans to continue in their roles as Elphaba and Glinda. The post Wicked reveals new London cas…

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Brief 5/15: Alex Boniello Joins DEAR EVAN HANSEN, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Alex Boniello begins performances as Connor Murphy in Dear Evan Hansen, and more

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VIDEO: Nathan Lane Talks ANGELS IN AMERICA and Tony Award Dos and Don'ts by Stage Tube

Nathan Lane, currently starring in Angels in America, appeared on last night's Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. He shared his take on the Met Gala theme, Heavenly Bodies Fashion and the C…

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VIDEO: Glenda Jackson of THREE TALL WOMEN Talks Moving From Acting to Politics by Stage Tube

On last night's Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Glenda Jackson, currently starring in Three Tall Women on Broadway, recounted her decision to move from critically-acclaimed actress to a Memb…

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‘A quietly affecting piece that has the potential to touch anyone’: NIGHTFALL – Bridge Theatre ★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Nightfall is a subtle affair that is funny and quietly affecting – the production is beautifully designed and features some outstanding performances.

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WATCH: @CTheatrePassion had a top time at #CompanyMusical's launch. Catch up on Q&A, interviews + a spine-tingling performance by @Rosiemae

It's got to be one of the most hotly anticipated shows to come to London this year. COMPANY opens on London's West End at the Gielgud Theatre this September and the lead role, usually played…

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, May 15, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “The Play That Goes Wrong” to Close up Shop, “Some Like it Hot” Heading for Broadway, and Erich Bergen to Make Broadway Debut… Wait, Really? “Toda…

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“Machinal” at Almeida Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Machinal” will be on stage at Almeida Theatre, London.The play is by Sophie Treadwell and directed by Natalie Abrahami. An excerpt form the play reads, “Your skin oughtn't to curl - o…

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NEWS: Chris Jarman is cast as Doctor Dillamond in West End’s Wicked as more changes announced by Press Releases

Joining the cast of the West End production of Wicked from Monday 23 July 2018 will be Chris Jarman (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) as Doctor Dillamond and current cast member Rosa O’R…

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BWW Interview: Nick Hendrix Talks MIDSOMER MURDERS and THE STRANGE DEATH OF JOHN DOE by Rona Kelly

Murder mysteries aren't actor Nick Hendrix's 'go-to' genre. And yet this week he finds himself in rehearsals for a new play The Strange Death of John Doe, as well as the newest episodes of M…

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BWW Review: GREAT BRITISH MYSTERIES?, Soho Theatre by Cindy Marcolina

Will Close and Rose Robinson explore monsters, myths, and Scotland in their exhilarating Great British Mysteries. Directed by Joseph Hancock and following a sold-out run in Edinburgh back in…

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Chris Jarman completes the cast for the 2018/19 season of Wicked

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child actor Chris Jarman is set to replace Martin Ball as Doctor Dillamond in Wicked come July. Ball is an original cast member who originated the role alongsi…

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Theatre leaders sign open letter protesting Guardian’s decision to axe Lyn Gardner by Georgia Snow

More than 100 leading figures from across British theatre have criticised Lyn Gardner’s axeing from the Guardian, claiming the decision will have

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The Guardian must renew Lyn Gardner’s contract (your views, May 17) by The Stage

We, the undersigned, gather that, after nearly 23 years, the Guardian is not renewing Lyn Gardner’s contract as a theatre critic (News,

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Exit the King review – a production with panache by Michael Billington

Ustinov Studio, BathIonesco’s imperfect study of a power-crazed monarch facing death is helped by a powerful performance from Alun ArmstrongIn early plays such as The Bald Prima Donna and …

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Exit the King review – Alun Armstrong absurdly good in Ionesco’s drama by Kate Kellaway

Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal BathAlun Armstrong rules in Ionesco’s absurdist dramaIonesco’s Exit the King was first performed in 1962, and the theatre of the absurd cannot boast any mor…

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Review: The Be All and End All at York Theatre Royal by Louise Jones

Louise Jones submits her examination paper for Jonathan Lewis' play. (And promises she didn't cheat.) The post Review: The Be All and End All at York Theatre Royal appeared first on Exeunt …

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Soprano Christine Brewer awarded honorary doctorate by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

McKendree University honors its most famous graduate

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Royal Academy of Dance’s Michelle Groves: ‘Success never comes without hard work and effort’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in dance? As a four-year-old, I begged my parents to let me take dance classes after seeing

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‘Could clean up into a subtly subverting show’: SOAP – Underbelly Festival by Laura Kressly

With a reworking of the dance routines by a choreographer and the sexualised gestures and motifs replaced by explorative circus skills, Soap will clean up into a subtly subverting show rathe…

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Teunkie van der Sluijs: ‘You can break all the rules if your voice is authentic and message heartfelt’ by John Byrne

My first job was self-started. I directed Yasser, about a Palestinian actor playing Shylock and questioning identity and diasporic backgrounds. I raised

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The Green Room: What won’t you put up with? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​ Gary

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Contact Gonzo at Mayfest 2018 by Lilith Wozniak

Push and pull and stumble; pain and discomfort': Lilith Wozniak reviews a very physical show at Mayfest in Bristol The post Review: Contact Gonzo at Mayfest 2018 appeared first on Exeunt Mag…

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Review: Half Breed at York Theatre Royal by Louise Jones

Chrysalis-like: Louise Jones reviews Natasha Marshall's semi-autobiographical solo show The post Review: Half Breed at York Theatre Royal appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Benjamin Britten’s “The Turn of the Screw” at ENO, London by Blouin Artinfo

Benjamin Britten’s “The Turn of the Screw” will be on stage at ENO, London.Regent’s Park Theatre and English National Opera present the play.“Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre and E…

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The Prince Edward Theatre is the first theatre in the West End to receive the National Autistic Society Award

Aladdin's place of residence, The Prince Edward Theatre, made history this month when it became the first ever West End theatre to be given a National Autistic Society Award for its efforts …

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Bartlett Sher Finds a Timely and Timeless Heroine in My Fair Lady by Elysa Gardner

For Bartlett Sher, My Fair Lady has always been, at its core, Eliza Doolittle’s story. While the celebrated director’s new Lincoln Center Theater production of Lerner and Loewe’s belov…

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Announcing Exeunt’s New Zine, Bear Skin by Exeunt Staff

A new zine that's all about sex, nudity and bodies in theatre, available exclusively to members of our Friends Scheme. The post Announcing Exeunt’s New Zine, Bear Skin appeared first o…

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Step Inside the Sumptuous Sets, Costumes, Music & Dancing of My Fair Lady by Kathy Henderson

More than 60 years after its Broadway debut, My Fair Lady remains the jewel in the crown of American musical theater. Every element is perfect, from Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s g…

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“Aspen Santa Fe Ballet” at AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas by Blouin Artinfo

“Aspen Santa Fe Ballet” will be on stage at AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas. It is an evening with Joyce Yang with live music.“A dazzling collaboration with acclaimed pianist J…

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Glastonbury 2014: 10 questions for Kevin Eldon by Adam Boult

We grabbed the actor and comedian for brisk interrogation just after his Friday afternoon set in the Cabaret tentHow did your set go?It was alright. It wasn't brilliant – maybe a C-plus/B-…

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Obituary: Edith MacArthur – ‘the grande dame of Scottish theatre’ by Michael Quinn

In later years, Edith MacArthur was regarded as the grande dame of Scottish theatre. It was a position she also enjoyed with

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Standups on Maxine Peake's Funny Cow: 'It made me proud of everything I've been through' by Interviews By Ben Williams

Rhona Cameron, Rachel Fairburn and Shappi Khorsandi give their verdict on the film in which Peake plays an aspiring comic in a man’s world Continue reading...

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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On the Couch with Yarmila Alfonzetti by Arts Review

Who is Yarmila Alfonzetti? I am someone who enjoys time on my own and time with thousands of people. I cherish classical music and think it is without question the main source of beauty in m…

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John Oliver has koala chlamydia clinic named after him, thanks to Russell Crowe by Blouin Artinfo

When John Oliver attempted to patronize struggling video stores, he ended up having a koala chlamydia treatment ward named after him, all thanks to actor Russell Crowe.Oliver recently bought…

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2018 Helen Hayes Awards Recipients by Michael Kyrioglou

The recipients for the 2018 Helen Hayes Awards were announced on May 14, 2018 at the 34th annual ceremony at The Anthem. One of the country’s most prestigious cultural honors…

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Bafta TV Awards 2018: Britain's Got Talent, Love Island and Blue Planet II by Blouin Artinfo

Bafta TV Awards 2018 was the most sensational event summing up the weekend. The winning entries included “Britain's Got Talent,” “Love Island” and “Blue Planet II.”Declan Donnell…

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Daniel Evans: Is there an art to giving notes to fellow directors? by Daniel Evans

In this column I try to offer an insight into the challenges of being an artistic director of a UK theatre building.

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Rob Halliday: EU lighting to-do is about much more than what goes on backstage by Rob Halliday

Yes, this is lighting and the EU again. Sorry. No, actually, not sorry. Because the more you dive into this, the more

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Andrzej Lukowski: When is an interval not an interval? When it’s a pause by Andrzej Lukowski

Back in the day, a ‘pause’ in theatre was mostly known as Harold Pinter’s favourite stage direction. And the odds are that

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Elegy by Arts Review

A searing exploration of loss, displacement and a longing for home, Theatre Works presents a special return season of Douglas Rintoul’s acclaimed play, Elegy from 16 May 2018. A young …

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Alex Boniello Begins Performances in DEAR EVAN HANSEN Tonight! by BroadwayWorld

Mike Faist's final performance in Dear Evan Hansen will be Sunday, May 13. Alex Boniello will join the company as Connor Murphy beginning Today, May 15. Additionally, Will Roland will play h…

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"Emerson Star" at Troubador, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Popular music group Emerson Star comes to Paris along with Fell Runner, Liv Slingerland and Essx Station. Creating good music can be as hard as it can be so simple depending on the situation…

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Hir by Arts Review

A tenderly heartfelt and highly intelligent new work from one of the ground-breaking artists of our time, Black Swan presents the West Australian premiere season of Hir by Taylor Mac in Stu…

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Theatrefolk Featured Play – The Pauper Princess by Holly Beardsley by Lindsay Price

Welcome to our Featured Play Spotlight. Get ready for an Elizabethan England like you’ve never seen before. With hilarious characters and fun costumes, it’s time to Huzzah and P…

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Theatrefolk’s Top 10: Plays to Stretch Your Tech by Lindsay Price

Time for a Tfolk Top Ten Plays To…. Stretch your tech. We pride ourselves at Theatrefolk that you can produce most of our plays with two cubes. And you could take away one of the cubes if…

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Tips to Keep Your Rehearsals Focused by Lindsay Price

We asked drama teachers: What tips do you have for keeping your rehearsals focused? Let’s hear from the front lines! John H. subscribes to short and sweet: My rehearsal schedule is short. …

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A Fabulous Theatre Fundraiser by Lindsay Price

Episode 207: A Fabulous Theatre Fundraiser Don’t you want to learn more about a fabulous theatre fundraiser idea? Of course you do. Listen to drama teacher Alyssa Pitner talk about creatin…

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What's on Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, & Arden Cho's Bucket Lists? by Young Hollywood

What's on Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, & Arden Cho's Bucket Lists?Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, and Arden Cho pay a visit to the Young Hollywood Studio to give us the scoop on their film …

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Worst Dates & First Kisses In Storytime With Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, & Arden Cho by Young Hollywood

Worst Dates & First Kisses In Storytime With Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, & Arden Cho'Honored' stars Sasha Pieterse, Meghan Rienks, and Arden Cho are hanging out in the Young Hollywood Stu…

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Good for You! Alex Boniello Joins Dear Evan Hansen on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway alum Alex Boniello steps into the role of Connor Murphy in Dear Evan Hansen at the Music Box Theatre on May 15. Boniello succeeds Tony nominee Mike Faist, who took his final bow in …

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Rock and Swing with "Dany Brillant" at Salle Pleyel, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

If you are looking for some rock and swing, your wait gets over this June. When Elvis Presley's rock is merged with the swing of Saint-Germain-des-Pres, we get a certain style, a sound, a da…

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Bid Now to Win A VIP Trip to BEAUTIFUL on Broadway! by BroadwayWorld

Enjoy 2 house seats at the Tony-award winning Broadway showBeautifulas well as a backstage meet and greet after the show, led by Tony-award winning producer, Ken Fakler, of Fakston Productio…

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Bid Now to Win a VIP Trip to the 2018 Tony Awards! by BroadwayWorld

You and a guest will attend the 2018 Tony Awards at Radio City Music Hall in New York City on June 10, 2018.

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Modigliani masterpiece Nu couché sells for $157m 

Packed Sotheby’s New York venue sees fourth most expensive artwork bought at auction 

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"Dugudus exposes Posters in Fight" at Point Ephemere, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

This May will bring a week of looking back at history and how it can repeat itself.We go back to 1968 and recall how it all began with a student occupation of Nanterre University in Paris. T…

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Thru Sun, June 3 @ National Theatre, presented by National Theatre -- Brought to life by a groundbreaking all-female creative team, this irresistible new hit features original music and lyric

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Verdi's "Líbera me" at Cité de la Musique, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

The tradition of singing requiems is centuries old and has been reinterpreted by musicians over time. Verdi dedicated his Requiem to Alessandro Manzoni, the writer who passed away in 18…

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Block Talk- Episode 60: Chad Sapp by Michael Block

He's perfect, he's beautiful, and he's here on Block Talk! It's the amazing Chad Sapp! In this episode, we talk about the incredible adventures he's been on as well as his appearances in upc…

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Cultural Revival Starts At Home by Joe Patti

I just rediscovered a CityLab story I bookmarked last September discussing how a woman’s effort to revitalize culture and creativity in York, PA started in her apartment. Bored with th…

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Once On This Island Seating Guide: Where to Sit for the In-the-Round Experience on Broadway by Ruthie Fierberg

Choose your seat based on the experience you want to have at the Tony-nominated Best Musical Revival.

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Alex Boniello Joins Cast of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen May 15 by Andrew Gans

The actor succeeds Tony nominee Mike Faist in the Tony-winning musical.

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Denzel Washington Honored at New Dramatists’ 2018 Spring Luncheon May 15 by Andrew Gans

The Tony and Oscar winner, back on Broadway this season in The Iceman Cometh, will receive the Distinguished Achievement Award.

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Dan Cody’s Yacht Begins Previews at MTC by Olivia Clement

Kristen Bush leads the cast of Anthony Giardina's new play, inspired by a passage from The Great Gatsby.

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IMPRESSIONS: Gathering Place: Black Queer Land(ing)! Curated by Marýa Wethers at Gibney Dance by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Gathering Place: Black Queer Land(ing)! Curated by Marýa Wethers at Gibney Dance, "It considers ways to transform and ritualize colonized spaces." Melanie Greene, New York.

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How Do You Present Dance in a Museum? - Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance company performs in the Met Breuer this month

Andrea Miller's Gallim Dance company performs in the Met Breuer this month---On an unseasonably gray afternoon earlier this month, I was one of a handful of visitors wandering the Met Breuer…

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Dance News: New York City Cultural Organizations Reignite “NYC Inspires” Campaign by The Dance Enthusiast

In Dance News: New York City Cultural Organizations Reignite “NYC Inspires” Campaign , We are reminded that an investment in culture is an investment in New Yorkers. New York City’s cu…

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Artists Activated: Preparing for Their 35th Anniversary Season, Flamenco Vivo Carlota Santana's Estefania Ramirez and Elisabet Torras Discuss Bravery by The Dance Enthusiast

Artists Activated: Estefania Ramirez and Elisabet Torras discuss bravery and working with Belen Maya.

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