Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: George and Martha Redux in ‘Everyone’s Fine With Virginia Woolf’ by Ben Brantley

Edward Albee’s 1962 masterwork is made over with a whole new set of party games in Kate Scelsa’s punch-drunk satire for the Elevator Repair Service.

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What Happens When Elevator Repair Service Stages a Play? by Dan O'Neil

How do you deconstruct a deconstruction?

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: THE BAND'S VISIT Celebrates Tony Sweep with Stage Door Concert! by Stage Tube

This evening, the Alexandria Ceremonial Police Band of the The Band's Visit took to their stage door for a celebratory concert following their first performance after taking hom ten Tonys in…

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Big, beautiful production opens the Muny's centennial season

'Jerome Robbins' Broadway' offers a treasure in dance

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Injured Assassin: Bobby Fox out of Assassins on Opening Night by Matt Edwards

Assassins opened at the Sydney Opera House last night, but not with out some added drama. Midway through the performance Bobby Fox, playing Charles J. Guiteau, sustained an injury and was f…

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2018 Tonys: How'd We Do? by Wendy Caster

Well, we didn't do too badly this year, although we're not going to win any prizes for theatrical prescience. It was very nice to be wrong about Ari’el Stachel and Lindsay Mendez! The…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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A Blanket of Dust by Sandi Durell

    By Michael Bracken   True or false? The United States government, not foreign terrorists, was responsible for the 9/11 collapse of the World Trade Center. If you’re not …

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Leslie Kritzer Joins DUETS With The Write Teacher(s) Volume 6 at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Leslie Kritzer joins the cast of DUETS with The Write Teachers Volume 6 at Feinstein's54 Below on June 22, 930pm.

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VIDEO: Catch A Sneak Peek of Ogunquit's Off-Broadway Bound SMOKEY JOE'S CAFE by Stage Tube

Smokey Joe's Cafe is grooving across the stage at The Ogunquit Playhouse Bradford Kenney, Executive Artistic Director through June 9 prior to the New York production. Performances at Stage 4…

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The Word by Vanessa Cate

The Word Reviewed by Lovell Estell III Three Clubs (Hollywood Fringe Festival) Through June 23 It could well be that sometime in the future inner-city churches and preachers of the “pr…

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Spiritual Ecstasy by Vanessa Cate

Spiritual Ecstasy Reviewed by Vanessa Cate  The Lounge Theatre (Hollywood Fringe Festival)  Through June 16 While I am loath to rigidly define what is or is not “theatre”, it is admi…

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Othello & Otis by Vanessa Cate

Othello & Otis Reviewed by Lovell Estell III Three Clubs (Hollywood Fringe) Through June 21 Inside this show’s program is a detailed timeline of important dates in African-American…

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Top 5 Shows of Week by April Forrer

1.  “The Elaborate Entrance of Chad Deity” at Cohesion Theatre. “…Cohesion Theatre and MACE’s character shows what’s underneath all of the lights, videos and sounds…

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Long Day’s Journey into Night by Vanessa Cate

Long Day’s Journey into Night Reviewed by Neal Weaver Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts with Fiery Angel & Padraig Cusack Through July 1 RECOMMENDED In Long Day’s …

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People You Should Know . . . Noemi de la Puente by Zack Calhoon

Photo by Shira FriedmanNOEMI de la PUENTE (Playwright) earned her MFA in Theatre Arts from the University of Iowa, her MSE from Princeton University, and her BSE from the California Institut…

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Ghostlight Records To Release Salazar & Iconis “Two-Player Game” July 27 by Michael J. Roberts

GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS has announced that Two-Player Game — the new album from George Salazar and Joe Iconis — will be available on CD online [...]

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WOW BAO To Launch New Dishes on June 11 by Michael J. Roberts

Summer is a great time to try something new and healthy with seasonal flavors to [...]

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STAR OF “HAMILTON” MANDY GONZALEZ INTRODUCES FIVE NEW TRACKS ON “FEARLESS: B-SIDES” by Michael J. Roberts

Broadway and TV star MANDY GONZALEZ – currently starring in Hamilton– will follow up Fearless, her debut recording from earlier this [...]

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Ghostlight Deluxe Releases Sutton Foster’s “ME TO THE WORLD” by Michael J. Roberts

GHOSTLIGHT DELUXE, an imprint of Ghostlight Records, has released Take Me to the World — the long-awaited third album from two-time [...]

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DRURY LANE ANNOUNCES CAST FOR “CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF” HELMED BY TONY NOMINEE MARCIA MILGROM DODGE by Michael J. Roberts

Drury Lane Theatre announces casting for its sultry summer drama, Tennessee Williams’ Cat on a Hot Tin [...]

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Showbiz Chicago Photo Spotlight: Steppenwolf’s “THE ROOMMATE” Directed by Phylicia Rashad by Michael J. Roberts

Photo Credit: Joel Moorman Now in rehearsals, Steppenwolf Theatre Company presents the Chicago premiere production of The Roommate by Jen [...]

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GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS WILL RECORD THE NEW MUSICAL FROM THE PUBLIC THEATER “MISS YOU LIKE HELL” Featuring Daphne Rubin-Vega by Michael J. Roberts

GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS has announced it will record the new musical Miss You Like Hell, the New York premiere production from The [...]

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Pizza and Whine, Balls’ On, Terra is a Warm Gun, and More at the Fringe by Julio Martinez

By Julio Martinez THE PLAY’S THE THING Pizza And Whine, written by Raffaela Capp, Virginia Kelly, and Maria Capp, follows four female cousins as they “reignite their love for…

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In the Moment: Chamber Dance Project Brings ‘Chant’ to the Lansburgh Theater by David Siegel

The summer season of DC’s very own Chamber Dance Project will be in residence this month at the acoustically rich, 450-seat Lansburgh Theater in downtown DC. The contemporary ballet troupe…

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BWW Review: THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE, Donmar Warehouse by Marianka Swain

The bells, the bells They're ringing out at the Donmar - ushering girls into class, and nuns into cloister. It's one of the creative ways in which director Polly Findlay reframes this belove…

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Podcast: Tonys 2018 by Corine Cohen

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Westfield News Group ArtsBeat Extra: 1/2 Price Ticket Program in the Berkshires by Mark G Auerbach

Westfield News Group ArtsBeat Extra 6/12/18. There's a half-price ticket discount for several Berkshires arts groups.

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Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Avenger, Lost in Allusions by Jesse Oxfeld

★★ This Elevator Repair Service response to Edward Albee's classic purports to stand up for strong women but fails The post Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf: A Feminist Avenger,…

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Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf: Everyone? Not So Fast by David Finkle

★ Elevator Repair Service goes at Edward Albee's classic to embarrassing results The post Everyone’s Fine with Virginia Woolf: Everyone? Not So Fast appeared first on New York Stage…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of Second Stage's MARY PAGE MARLOWE by Walter McBride

Second StageTheater will soon present the New York Premiere ofTracy Letts' acclaimed play,Mary Page Marlowe, directed byLila Neugebauer.David AaronBaker andNick Dillenburgwill complete the c…

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Tatiana Maslany and the Cast of Mary Page Marlowe Meet the Press by Caitlin Moynihan

The cast of the upcoming off-Broadway production of Tracy Letts' Mary Page Marlowe got ready for the show's arrival on June 12. Tatiana Maslany leads the cast as one of the…

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Block Talk- Episode 66: RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 RuCap Episode 11 by Michael Block

Elise Navy-Dad and I, and our inner saboteurs, are here to breakdown episode 11 of RuPaul's Drag Race season 10!To listen to the podcast, visit iTunes or SoundCloud!Plus, check out patreon.c…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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About New York: Ghosts of a Hospital Rise in the Village by Jim Dwyer

A play about St. Vincent’s hospital wanders across time with Elizabeth Seton, founder of the Sisters of Charity, the order that ran it, as guide.

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I am of Ireland review at Old Red Lion, London – ‘boldly written’ by Frey Kwa Hawking

Seamus Finnegan’s I an of Ireland, directed by his longtime collaborator Ken McClymont. Finnegan trains the keenest of eyes on his country’s religious

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BWW Review: LEGALLY BLONDE, Theatre Royal Brighton by Fiona Scott

'Omigod You Guys', Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's 2007 musical adaption of the hit 2001 comedy film starring Reese Witherspoon is in Brighton as part of its second UK tour since the We…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Conor Ryan of Desperate Measures by Broadway.com

Conor Ryan stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Desperate Measures and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Odds & Ends: Get a First Look at Georgia Engel & the Company of Half Time & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Get a First Look at Georgia Engel & the Company of Half Time The new musical comedy Half Time opens tonight at Millbu…

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A Call To Engage: A Review of This Boat Called My Body at For Youth Inquiry by Erin Shea Brady

This justice-charged work from For Youth Inquiry proves that art for change and art for joy are not mutually exclusive.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Millie and Abigail Shapiro of MATILDA Come to The Green Room 42 This Month by BroadwayWorld

THE GREEN ROOM 42,Broadway's newest intimate concert venue, will presentTHE SHAPIRO SISTERS, starringMilly ShapiroandAbigail Shapiro, onFriday, June 15at930 PM.In asurpriseaddition, the even…

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Stories behind The Lion King, Sweeney Todd, and more iconic Broadway posters | EW.com by David Canfield

Frank “Fraver” Verlizzo, the legendary designer behind many of Broadway’s most iconic posters, has put together a book looking back at his remarkable career: Fraver by Design: 5 Decade…

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There ARE Straight Plays on Broadway. Ask Kerry Washington and Daniel Radliffe. Tony Recap. The Week in NY Theater by New York Theater

There ARE straight plays on Broadway, contrary to the impression left by the 2018 Tony Awards, which showcased only the musicals. Maybe not a Scandal exactly, but Kerry Washington can set th…

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Photo Flash: AND HERE WE MEET Makes UK Premiere by BroadwayWorld

The Dusseldorf-based female choreographer Alexandra Waierstall makes her Sadler's Wells debut Thursday 14 June with And here we meet.

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Photo Flash: First Look at National Theatre's AN OCTOROON by BroadwayWorld

Described by the New York Times as 'this decade's most eloquent statement on race in America today', Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' extraordinary and provocative play An Octorooncomes to the Nation…

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Teenage Dick, Starring Gregg Mozgala, Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Mike Lew's re-imagining of Richard III kicks off its world premiere at the Public Theater in a production from Ma-Yi.

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TDF Turns 50 by Matthew Wexler

New York’s largest nonprofit performing arts service organization has been an integral part of New York City’s theater, dance and music scene since 1968.

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Scene City: Inside the Tony Awards After-Parties by Jacob Bernstein

The official party took place at the Plaza Hotel. The unofficial one was at the Carlyle.

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Photo Flash: JEROME ROBBINS' BROADWAY Opens The Muny's Centennial Season by BroadwayWorld

In its first staging ever in the world since its original Broadway production and tour, Jerome Robbins' Broadwayis an epic musical anthology that honors the career highlights of Tony Award-w…

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Donald Trump Responds To Robert De Niro's Tony Awards Appearance by BroadwayWorld

On Sunday night, Robert De Niro introduced Bruce Springsteen on the TONY AWARDS broadcast while also managing to say 'Fck Trump' While the statement was censored on the CBS feed on air, UNCE…

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Watch Cast of 50, Including Rob McClure, Shine in Highlights From St. Louis Muny’s Jerome Robbins’ Broadway by Andrew Gans

The production launched the outdoor venue’s centennial season June 11.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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MCC Theater to Open New Building in November by American Theatre Editors

The 30-year-old New York theatre company will move into its permanent home this fall.

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Jeremy Jordan Will Play London Concerts This Fall by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award-nominated Newsies star will play Cadogan Hall in October.

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Review: ‘The Vagrant Trilogy’ at Mosaic Theater Company by John Stoltenberg

The vagrant of the title is a Palestinian scholar named Adham who, while on a trip to London as a grad student, must decide, when war breaks out in his homeland, whether to stay or go. Will …

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The 'Broadwaysted' Podcast Welcomes MEAN GIRLS' Star Barrett Wilbert Weed by Broadwaysted

This week we'd rather be us...but also be with our new FriendoftheShow and Mean Girls star Barrett Wilbert Weed We're cracking open WAY TOO MANY MANCAN Wine cans while Barrett spills about s…

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BWW TV: Watch Highlights from the Public Theater's Gala Performance of RUNAWAYS! by BroadwayWorld TV

Last night, The Public Theater's Annual Gala celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Elizabeth Swados' iconic musical RUNAWAYS at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

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Photo Coverage: Public Theater Celebrates 40th Anniversary of RUNAWAYS at Annual Gala! by Jennifer Broski

Last night, The Public Theater's Annual Gala celebrated the 40th Anniversary of Elizabeth Swados' iconic musical RUNAWAYS at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park.

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Lightning Bolt’s Into The Woods Gives Modern Resonance by Bill Hirschman

Into the Woods’ disturbing second act occurs in a boy’s nightmare in Lightning Bolt Production’s riveting, pulse-quickening production at the West Boca Performing Arts Center. Director…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Drew Gehling and the Cast of DAVE by BroadwayWorld

Arena Stage is preparing for the world premiere of a new musical Dave. Check out photos of the cast and creative in rehearsal below

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Photo Flash: The Celebration Never Stops! More Photos from the 10th Annual O&M Tony Awards Party by BroadwayWorld

Following Broadway's biggest night, the 2018 Tony Awards,Rick Miramontezcelebrated the 10th Annual OampM Tony Awards Party at the Carlyle Hotel. Check out more photos from the star-studded a…

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Douglas Sills Joins DAVE the Musical at Arena Stage by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has learned Douglas Sills will play Chief of Staff Bob Alexander in the new musical DAVE, premiering at Arena Stage this summer

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At JEROME ROBBINS' BROADWAY At The Muny! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has a first look at the opening centennial season show at The Muny, Jerome Robbin's Broadway. In its first production ever in the world since its original Broadway and national…

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Cornerstone Theater Company to Leave Los Angeles Home by American Theatre Editors

The company will move out of its longtime home of 20 years, citing rent hikes.

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Tony Nominee Douglas Sills Joins World Premiere Musical Dave at Arena Stage by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony nominee Douglas Sills has joined the company of the highly anticipated new musical Dave, making its world premiere at Washington, D.C.'s Arena Stage this summer. Sills will pla…

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David Alan Grier & Steven Weber Join Michael Arden-Helmed Annie at Hollywood Bowl by Andy Lefkowitz

A pair of stage veterans have joined the company of the Hollywood Bowl's upcoming star-studded production of Annie. David Alan Grier will play Daddy Warbucks with Steven Weber as Preside…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Latinx Theatre Commons Announces Lineup for Carnaval 2018 by American Theatre Editors

Carlos Murillo, Marisela Treviño Orta, and others will have their plays presented at the Latinx theatre festival.

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Wicked’s Christine Dwyer, Original Jersey Boys Star Daniel Reichard, and Hamilton’s Sean Green Jr. Set for Noho Studio Sessions by Adam Hetrick

The intimate and exclusive concerts take place in unconventional spaces across New York City.

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Andrew Keenan-Bolger Will Offer Cape May Concert This Summer by Adam Hetrick

The Newsies star will perform a new solo concert in July at Cape May Stage.

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See the Cast of Mary Page Marlowe Meet the Press by Marc J. Franklin

Six actors play the title character in Tracy Letts’ play, directed by Lila Neugebauer, beginning June 19 at Second Stage.

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Dark Emu the dance show: a chance to 'look at Australia with fresh eyes' by Clarissa Sebag-Montefiore

Bruce Pascoe and Stephen Page tell how a joking remark led to Bangarra’s latest productionFifteen thousand years before the Egyptians, Aboriginal Australians were grinding grain – making…

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The Jimmy Awards to Stream Live by Mark A. Robinson

The Jimmy Awards, which honors the best in high school theatre, will be presented on June 25, 2018. This year’s ceremony (the 10th annual) will stream live on Facebook from Broadway’s Mi…

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Photo Flash: First Look at La Jolla's World Premiere of THE SQUIRRELS by BroadwayWorld

La Jolla Playhousepresents the world-premiere production of The Squirrels, by Robert Askins, directed by Christopher Ashley. Get a first look at the production below

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David Alan Grier and Steven Weber Join the Hollywood Bowl's ANNIE by BroadwayWorld

Additional casting has been announced for the Hollywood Bowl's upcoming production ofAnnieonFriday, July 27, at 8 PM,Saturday, July 28, at 8 PMandSunday, July 29, at 730 PM.The new cast memb…

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FREEZE FRAME: Meet the Cast of Second Stage's MARY PAGE MARLOWE by Walter McBride

Second StageTheater will soon presentthe New York Premiere ofTracy Letts' acclaimed play,Mary Page Marlowe, directed byLila Neugebauer.David AaronBaker andNick Dillenburgwill complete the ca…

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David Alan Grier and Steven Weber Join Hollywood Bowl’s Annie by Andrew Gans

Tony nominee Michael Arden will direct the summer performances of the Tony-winning musical.

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Casting set for Drury Lane's 'Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,' directed by Tony-nominee Marcia Milgrom Dodge by Kt Hawbaker

Drury Lane Theatre has announced casting for its remount of Tennessee Williams’ “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof.” The show will be directed by Marcia Milgrom Dodge, who received a Tony nominati…

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See the Stars Celebrate the 2018 Tony Awards at the Carlyle by Hannah Vine

Broadway public relations firm DKC/O&M hosted its annual Tony Award post-show celebration at the Carlyle Hotel.

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Can a Tony Award Affect a Show's Path to Economic Success? by BroadwayWorld

Fans of Broadway know that as soon as a show wins a Tony Award, ticket prices usually go up, and availability usually goes down.Syracuse University'sMartin J. Whitman School of Management ec…

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The Jimmy Awards Will Be Streamed Live on Facebook by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway League has announced that the 10th annual Jimmy Awards ceremony will be streamed Live in its entirety on Facebook. The Jimmy Awards will take place on Monday, June 25th at 730PM…

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Running To Stand Still: A Review of The Opportunities of Extinction at Broken Nose Theatre by Irene Hsiao

Broken Nose Theatre's production of Sam Chanse's play captures the absurd melancholy of life in the sixth mass extinction.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Original Broadway Company of Avenue Q to Return for 15th Anniversary by Olivia Clement

Alums of the musical comedy will celebrate the show’s milestone with special guest appearances in the Off-Broadway production.

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Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Glenn Close & More Celebrate the Public Theater's Annual Gala by Caitlin Moynihan

Every year, the Public Theater throws a gala that celebrates its season and current performances. This year, stars of the stage and screen stepped out to celebrate the iconic company on June…

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Rachel Rockwell’s Legacy Lives In The Actors She Influenced by Michael J. Roberts

By: Michael J. Roberts Feature Photo: Rachel Rockwell in rehearsal for “Shakespeare in Love” at Chicago [...]

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Clever play Nassim lets audience and performer experience it for the first time by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

While the play is not overtly political, writer Nassim Soleimanpour is making points about freedoms we have in the West that we may take for granted.

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Tony Nominee Douglas Sills Joins Arena Stage’s Dave Musical by Andrew Gans

Tina Landau directs the world premiere of the musical by Thomas Meehan, Nell Benjamin, and Tom Kitt.

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The 2018 Jimmy Awards Will Be Live Streamed by Ryan McPhee

The tenth annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards is poised to reach its biggest audience yet.

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‘The Vagrant Trilogy’ is a night of revelation, a glimpse of the Middle East we rarely see by Peter Marks

D.C.’s Mosaic Theater Company mounts a penetrating world premiere

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Mexican Day by Vanessa Cate

Mexican Day Reviewed by Iris Mann  Rogue Machine Theatre  Through July 1 Playwright Tom Jacobson has written a trilogy documenting the social unrest in Los Angeles during the early to mi…

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A Play Caught in the Crossfire by Laura Collins-Hughes

Antoinette Nwandu’s “Pass Over” considers the fate of young black men in a gun-torn city. Its first production caused a stir — and won a fan in Spike Lee.

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Ghosts: A Whole New Immersive Theatre by Vanessa Cate

Ghosts: A Whole New Immersive Theatre  Reviewed by Dana Martin Dream Walker at Thymele Arts  Through June 16th Keeping up appearances proves damn near impossible in Ghosts: A Whole New…

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14 Times the Best Musical & Featured Actor Tony Award Wins Were Linked Over the Last 25 Years

Take a look at this interesting Tony Awards trend.

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BWW Invite: Get Up Close with Chukwudi Iwuji, Star of Shakespeare in the Park's OTHELLO by BroadwayWorld

SAG-AFTRA Foundation and BroadwayWorld have partnered for a filmed Conversations QampA series to recognize and celebrate the vibrant theatre community in New York City and the actors who asp…

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The Color Collective by Vanessa Cate

The Color Collective  Reviewed by Dana Martin The Complex Hollywood (Hollywood Fringe Festival) Through June 23rd The world seems a little bit brighter at The Complex Hollywood. The Col…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Betsy Wolfe Brings ALL BETS ARE OFF to Feinstein's at the Nikko by BroadwayWorld

Fresh off of her shift inWaitresson Broadway,Betsy Wolfewill bring her first cabaret show,All Bets Are Off, toFeinstein's at the Nikkofor two performances only-Friday, September 148 p.m. and…

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Audra McDonald, Jessica Vosk, Tony Yazbeck and More to Appear at Tanglewood's Leonard Bernstein Centennial by BroadwayWorld

Tanglewood's season-long Bernstein centennial celebration-one of the most comprehensive looks at Bernstein's amazing impact on the worlds of music and theater taking place in the anniversary…

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TEVYE SERVED RAW with Tevye Stories Left Out of the Musical to Open Off-Broadway in July by BroadwayWorld

Find out what happens to the beloved characters in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF after the musical ends. TEVYE SERVED RAW is an evening of Sholem Aleichem material, with adaptations of his Tevye stori…

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Avenue Q Originals to Make Return Appearances in Hit Musical for 15 Performances by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony-winning musical Avenue Q will welcome the return of a handful of original Broadway cast members in the current production at off-Broadway's New World Stages next month. In comme…

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Backstage at Frozen with Jelani Alladin, Episode 6: Tony Time! by Broadway.com

Jelani Alladin offers up and inside look at what the Frozen company did on Tony Sunday!

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Dan Cody's Yacht Moves Up Final Off-Broadway Performance by One Week by Andy Lefkowitz

Anthony Giardina's new play Dan Cody's Yacht, currently receiving its world premiere at New York City Center—Stage I, will conclude its limited off-Broadway run one week e…

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Secret Life of Humans by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Though it wouldn’t be fair to reveal it here for audiences about to see the play, the “secret” actually turns out to be one that has been widely known for some time as it is all over t…

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Park Square Theatre Names Flordelino Langundino New Artistic Director by American Theatre Editors

The New York-based director, actor, and photographer will step into the role later this summer.

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Long Wharf Sexual Harassment Report Finds No Internal Wrongdoing by Christopher Arnott

An internal review by New Haven’s Long Wharf Theatre of its sexual harassment policies has found no fault with management or the board of directors over alleged misconduct by its former ar…

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Original Stars of AVENUE Q Return For 15 Special Performances For 15th Anniversary by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Award winning Best Musical AVENUE Q - which has been part of the fabric of New York since its sensational debut in 2003 - will mark its 15th anniversary with 15 special performances…

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How Sleeping Beauty got woke: Meet ballet's first male ballerina by Roslyn Sulcas, Roslyn Sulcas

Gender fluid dancer Chase Johnsey takes on a female role in the English National Ballet's production

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Dancing with Bergman, Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris — intermittently affecting

The film-maker is celebrated in works by three Scandinavian choreographers

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Return to the Forbidden Planet review at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London – ‘an affectionate revival’ by Paul Vale

Bob Carlton’s Return to the Forbidden Planet first landed in the West End in 1989 where it surprised many by beating Miss

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Scissoring

Scissoring Off Broadway, INTAR Theatre Reviewed by Katharine Nedder BOTTOM LINE: Scissoring, spearheaded by seven powerhouse actors, is a quirky look at love, sexuality, and acceptance. W…

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Giulio Cesare, Glyndebourne, East Sussex — lively and colourful

Handel’s opera returns in David McVicar’s production

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Serpentine Pavilion 2018: from delight into darkness

This year’s temporary structure in London’s Hyde Park is clever, intriguing — and somewhat gloomy

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‘A gift of a show’: MATILDA THE MUSICAL – Touring ★★★★★ by Anne Cox

Children are maggots, worms, vipers and disgusting little blisters. Matilda The Musical, the multi-award-winning stage adaptation of Roald Dahl’s magical book, opened at Milton Keynes Thea…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Watch Broadway’s Mykal Kilgore Cover Shawn Mendes’ ‘In My Blood’ by Ruthie Fierberg

The star of Encores!' upcoming Songs For A New World showcases his take on the pop hit.

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At TUTS' Latin-Inspired GUYS AND DOLLS by BroadwayWorld TV

BroadwayWorld has a first look at Theatre Under The Stars' TUTS final Mainstage show of the 49th Season, Guys amp Dolls

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2018 World Cup Gala Concert, With Anna Netrebko, Plácido Domingo, and More, to be Available to Stream by Shoshy Ciment

The June 13 gala concert will feature myriad opera and classical musical stars.

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Almeida Theatre's Acclaimed Summer and Smoke Gets West End Transfer by Andy Lefkowitz

The Almeida Theatre's stripped-back staging of Tennessee Williams' Summer and Smoke—which concluded its run on April 7—is getting a new life in the West End. The acclaime…

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20 Questions in 2 Minutes with Hello, Dolly! Tony Nominee Kate Baldwin

Watch Kate Baldwin race through 20 questions about Hello, Dolly!, her Tony noms, former co-stars, and her epic voice.

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To See the Invisible review at Britten Studio, Snape – ‘a musical patchwork’ by George Hall

New at this year’s Aldeburgh Festival, Emily Howard’s chamber opera To See The Invisible has been freely adapted by playwright Selma Dimitrijevic

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Autry Museum Celebrates 30th-Anniversary Year by Pauline Adamek

A private concert by Willie Nelson is one of the highlights of the celebrations planned for the Autry Museum of the American West‘s 30th anniversary this year.  This fall, the

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Fairy Tale Reboot: A Preview of Amira: A Chicago Cinderella Story at the Logan Center for the Arts by Sharon Hoyer

A romance that follows an immigrant girl and her suitor on a journey through Chicago neighborhoods.

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Cultural Commentary: George Soros, The Peppered Moth by Harvey Blume

Roseanne Barr recently apologized to billionaire Holocaust survivor George Soros for claiming he collaborated with the Nazis.

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Peter James’s The House On Cold Hill UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Peter James’s The House On Cold Hill UK Tour will embark in March 2019. This post Peter James’s The House On Cold Hill UK Tour first appeared on British Theatre. …

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Newport toilet block wins planning permission to become 25-seat theatre by Giverny Masso

Planning permission has been granted for a block of men’s public toilets in Newport to be turned into a performance space. The

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Play responding to Grenfell fire to tour UK council estates by Georgia Snow

A new interactive play responding to the Grenfell Tower fire will tour council estates across the country later this year, in a

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Emma Hunton and Roger Bart Join the Cast of Freeform's THE FOSTERS Spinoff, GOOD TROUBLE by TV News Desk

FreeForm has officially began production on 'Good Trouble,' the spinoff to the critically acclaimed drama 'The Fosters,' in Los Angeles. Broadway alums Roger Bart and Emma Hunton have joined…

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TDF Celebrates 50 Years of Supporting the Arts by BroadwayWorld

TDF, the not-for-profit organization dedicated to bringing the power of the performing arts to everyone, has been serving the performing arts community in New York City and beyond for 50 yea…

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Pittsburgh on Broadway: 'The Band's Visit' victory is one of three for Jamie deRoy by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“The Band’s Visit” winning 10 Tonys is the equivalent of an art house movie collecting 10 Oscars and beating out three cinematic blockbusters.

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Casting announced for Spamilton, the Hamilton parody musical by Robin Johnson

The Menier Chocolate Factory has today announced casting for the UK premiere of Gerard Alessandrini’s Spamilton: An American Parody. The post Casting announced for Spamilton, the Hamilton …

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Watch Clips of Celebrities Tickling the Ivories by Playbill Staff

We've compiled a list of famous names who love a piano!

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The Evictorcist: A Review of The Displaced at Haven Theatre by Irene Hsiao

Those who are gone ensure that they are not forgotten in the world premiere of Isaac Gomez's thriller at Haven Theatre.

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‘A grand night out’: RETURN TO THE FORBIDDEN PLANET – Upstairs at the Gatehouse ★★★★ by Jonathan Baz

In what is the first staging of Return To The Forbidden Planet since the death of its creator Bob Carlton, John Plews has put together a production that captures the show’s irreverent spir…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Legally Blonde The Musical at the Theatre Royal Brighton by Tracey Sinclair

A tough act to resist: Tracey Sinclair falls for the big-hearted charm of Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin’s stage adaptation on its national tour. The post Review: Legally Blonde The …

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Bookfilter’s June Pick of the Month by Michael Giltz

Every month, BookFilter selects the best new theater book, exclusively for Broadway Direct readers. Fraver by Design: Five Decades of Theatre Poster Art From Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Beyo…

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Boston Engagement Of MOULIN ROUGE! Might Delay Previews Due to Construction Issue at Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The pre-Broadway engagement of Moulin Rouge The Musical, has been extended before performances even begin due to popular demand. Originally scheduled to play from June 27 through August, 5, …

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VIDEO: Age is Just a Number! First Look at the Cast of HALF TIME in Action by Stage Tube

Paper Mill Playhouse's Half Time is thrilling audiences out in New Jersey, watch the latest teaser below for a look at the cast grooving and moving

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BWW TV: Supergirl Takes the Stage! Meet BEAUTIFUL's New Carole King, Melissa Benoist by BroadwayWorld TV

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Melissa Benoist, who currently steals the screen in the title role of The CW's hit show, 'Supergirl', just made her Broadway debut as Carole King this s…

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Obituary: Glynn Edwards – ‘familiar TV face for three decades’ by Michael Quinn

Reviewing George Bernard Shaw’s Captain Brassbound’s Conversion at the Theatre Royal Stratford East in 1956, The Stage noted that Glynn Edwards performance

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Full casting announced for The Jungle at the Playhouse Theatre

'Ain't no border high enough.' Joe Roberston and Joe Murphy's The Jungle, which is transferring to the West End following a successful performance at the Young Vic, has just announced i…

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Acis and Galatea review at Lilian Baylis House – ‘Handel enters the social media age’ by Tim Bano

Acis has one of the less glamorous transformations in Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Other characters become birds or lions, but he is squashed by

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Shakira, O2 Arena, London — gloriously appealing

The singer’s show was a triumph of charisma as much as of music

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Kinky Boots struts out of West End in January 2019 by Robin Johnson

The multi Olivier Award-winning musical Kinky Boots has revealed its feelgood factory of catchy songs will roll out of London on Saturday 12 January 2019. The post Kinky Boots struts out of …

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Erik Lochtefeld & More Complete the Cast of Broadway's King Kong by Andy Lefkowitz

Final casting has been announced for the upcoming Broadway premiere of King Kong, the new musical slated to arrive at the Broadway Theatre this fall. King Kong will begin previews at the Bro…

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Olivier-Winning Kinky Boots Sets Final London Performance Date by Andy Lefkowitz

The hit West End production of Harvey Fierstein and Cyndi Lauper's Kinky Boots has announced a final performance date of January 12, 2019. The London transfer of the Tony-winning musical…

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The Subtext: Caridad Svich by American Theatre Editors

Brian James Polak interviews the prolific playwright/activist about her new play 'Red Bike' and theatre as an audience engagement tool.

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Rattling the cage: 250 views of America's school-to-prison pipeline by Oliver Laughland

Compiled from three years’ worth of interviews, Anna Deavere Smith’s Notes from the Field confronts the criminal justice system and inequality in the USFour storeys above the chaos of a …

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By Popular Demand THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS Will Add Wednesday Matinees Beginning Tomorrow by BroadwayWorld

Due to popular demand, the musical smash THIS ONE'S FOR THE GIRLS will add Wednesday matinees to the playing schedule beginning tomorrow, June 13th. The Off-Broadway hit recently put a new b…

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Another Woman’s Baby by Darryl Reilly

Blonde, of ample physique, and possessed of an appealing matter of fact vocal delivery that soars with range, Mollenkamp has an engaging everywoman persona. She veers from dry humor to raw e…

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Erik Lochtefeld Joins Broadway's KING KONG; Additional Casting Announced! by BroadwayWorld

Producers Carmen Pavlovic Global Creatures and Roy Furman have announced additional casting for the new musical King Kong. Joining the previously announced Christiani Pitts, A Bronx Tale as …

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal for World Premiere of Alan Bennett's ALLELUJAH! by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsal images have been released today for the world premiere of Nicholas Hytner's production of Alan Bennett's Allelujah at the Bridge Theatre. Check them out below

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In Rehearsals With Kelli O’Hara and Ken Watanabe for London The King and I by Hannah Vine

Performances begin in the West End June 21.

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Roger Bart and Emma Hunton Join The Fosters Spinoff by Olivia Clement

The actors will be series regulars in the L.A.-set new TV show, Good People.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 6/10/2018: A Pre-Tonys Pick-Me-Up

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending June 10, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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‘A show that entertains, educates & awakens’: SANCHO – Wilton’s Music Hall by Laura Kressly

With Paterson Joseph’s charisma generally covering any textual issues, this is a show that entertains, educates and awakens. Regularly touring since its premiere, it deserves to run and ru…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Casting announced for spoof musical Spamilton

Gerard Alessandrini's Spamilton, which is a parody of hit hip-hop musical Hamilton, has just announced its cast. The show will hold its highly anticipated premiere this summer at the Me…

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The League Of Gentlemen Live Again 2018 UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The League Of Gentlemen is back for the The League Of Gentlemen Live Again 2018 UK Tour coming to a venue near you. This post The League Of Gentlemen Live Again 2018 UK Tour …

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After “The Chosen”, to be worthy of rest by Fountaintheatre

by Stephen Sachs Our six-month sold-out run of The Chosen came to an end on Sunday. In the opening moment of Aaron Posner’s stage adaptation of Chaim Potok’s classic novel, Reuven Malter…

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Actor Scherrikar Bell: ‘Every time I was on stage the whole audience was laughing. It was the best buzz’ by Simon Fearn

Scherrikar Bell’s acting talent took her by surprise when she auditioned for an Off-West End production of Oh! What a Lovely War

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Jimmy Fallon Gifts Jim Parsons a Skittles-Filled Cane for His Latest Broadway Play by Ruthie Fierberg

The actor explains how he broke his foot during The Boys in the Band—and the strategic failsafe still placed onstage to keep him upright.

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Erik Lochtefeld Joins Cast of Broadway's King Kong by Andrew Gans

The ensemble for the production, which begins previews October 5, has also been announced.

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Stephen Fry tells great stories in Mythos: Men, but just what is he trying to say? by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Stephen Fry’s account of the Trojan War is typically gripping, but Karen Fricker wishes for more personal commentary on the ancient mythology he knows so well.

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Richard Hambleton at ACA by Barry Gordin

Richard Hambleton: Eternity on view June 14 through July 27, 2018 June 13, 20018:  ACA Galleries, 529 West 29th Street in the Gallery district hosted an opening reception for Richard Hambl…

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London Kinky Boots Sets Closing Date by Andrew Gans

The West End company currently stars Simon-Anthony Rhoden and Oliver Tompsett.

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Jane Krakowski Shares Tales From Her Dangerous Broadway Debut in Starlight Express by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony winner also discusses watching the 72nd annual Tonys—and why she hasn’t missed a year yet.

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Play time: West End LIVE Bingo by Carly-Ann Clements

It's coming! West End LIVE is just around the corner - eeeeep! - are you ready for it? On 16 and 17 June, 26 West End shows and acts will take to our Trafalgar Square stage to perform live f…

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Watch New Beautiful Star Melissa Benoist Perform Carole King's ‘I Feel the Earth Move’ by Andrew Gans

The Supergirl star recently performed on Live With Kelly and Ryan.

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Gloria Estefan Calls 'On Your Feet!' A Timely Message About Immigrants by Christopher Arnott

“My fans,” Gloria Estefan shares during a phone interview, “know me like Emilio knows me. For decades, they’ve been listening to my innermost being.” Apparently, fans think the bio…

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Sole-ful musical Kinky Boots announces West End closing

After four years of rocking audiences' socks off and over 1,400 performances at the Adelphi Theatre, feel-good musical Kinky Boots announces that it will be closing in January of next year.

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Carey Mulligan Returns to the Stage in Girls & Boys at Minetta Lane by Olivia Clement

Dennis Kelly's monologue play kicks off its limited Off-Broadway engagement June 12.

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Go Inside the Public Theater’s Annual Gala by Hannah Vine

The gala featured a performance of Elizabeth Swados’ 1978 musical Runaways.

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INTERVIEW: Greenwich+Docklands International Festival artistic director Bradley Hemmings on why the event ‘makes for quite a remarkable experience by Kate Gould

Greenwich+Docklands International Festival takes place at various sites from 21 June to 7 July 2018. I spoke to the event’s artistic director Bradley Hemmings about what this year’s line…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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“The Camera is My Beloved”: Michelle Memran Creates Documentary Art with María Irene Fornés by Ramona@howlround.com (ramona)

By Martha Steketee, Michelle Memran. Journalist and filmmaker Michelle Memran reflects upon the easy beginning, the messy middle, the focused concluding months, and MOMA premiere screening o…

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal For THE KING AND I, Starring Kelli O'Hara, Ken Watanabe, and Ruthie Ann Miles by BroadwayWorld

The multi Tony Award-winning production of Rodgers amp Hammerstein's THE KING AND I will transfer from Broadway to London this month following a critically acclaimed 16 month run at New York…

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VIDEO: Jane Krakowski Relives Her Dangerous Broadway Debut & More on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS by TV News Desk

Jane Krakowski talks about her lifelong love of the Tony Awards and reminisces about her dangerous Broadway debut in Starlight Express on Late Night with Seth Meyers. Watch the clip below

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BWW Interview: Donna McKechnie on Dancing in HALF TIME at Paper Mill Playhouse by Leigh Scheps

All Donna McKechnie needs is the music a mirror and she'll still dance for you. The 75-year-old is currently starring as Joanne in the original musical, Half Time, at the Paper Mill Playhous…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, June 12, 2018 by Susan Grace

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'Guards at the Taj,' staring at beauty, pondering atrocities by Chris Jones

Of the many myths surrounding the building of the Taj Mahal — the wondrous mausoleum in the Indian city of Agra — one of the most persistent is that its creator, the Mughal emperor, Shah…

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First Look at Tom Hanks in Los Angeles’ Henry IV by Hannah Vine

The production also features Hamish Linklater, Joe Morton, and Rondi Reed.

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Molly McIntyre: A Sonsy Little Lass by Trav S.D.

I was tempted to save this one for St. Andrews’ Day (since we don’t have a birthday for her) but what the hey, it’s pretty much in the can, so I release it into the world n…

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The Rocky Horror Show UK Tour 2018-19 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Rocky Horror Show UK Tour is back kicking off in Brighton in December 2018. Book Now! This post The Rocky Horror Show UK Tour 2018-19 first appeared on British Theatre. H…

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Machinal review – hellish vision of America as an assembly line by Michael Billington

Almeida, LondonNatalie Abrahami directs Sophie Treadwell’s unforgettable portrait of a young woman suffocating at home and workNow is obviously a good time to revive Sophie Treadwell’s 1…

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Pittsburgh-area young dancers glide into recital season by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Dance recital season, usually between April and June, is big business. With an estimated 100 studios located in Western Pennsylvania, thousands of teachers and students are busy these days p…

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Concert Review: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis by Jon Garelick

The show had an undercurrent that brought to the fore all the issues that have put Wynton Marsalis at the center of the culture wars.

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Music Commentary: Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra — Gender Diversity? by Clea Simon

By taking the stage with 15 musicians, none of whom is female, the Jazz at Lincoln Center Orchestra presents the music as segregated and outdated.

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MACHINAL Almeida, N1 by Libby Purves and Friends

MICHAEL ADAIR SHUDDERS AT THE HARD OLD PATRIARCHY…   ‘These modern neurotic women, doctor. What are we going to do with them?’ says one exasperated male character to another.…

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‘It’s the best value show in town’: THE RINK – Southwark Playhouse ★★★★ by Johnny Fox

This is a very good production of a rather unmemorable musical. As stories about an argumentative mother and daughter go, The Rink is several farmboys short of the picnic that is Gypsy.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Why you should go to West End Live this weekend

It’s that time of year again folks – West End Live in Trafalgar Square, London is fast approaching! West End Live is a good place to start if you want to catch a show in town but you ar…

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Machinal, Almeida Theatre, London, review: Feels like it could have been written last week by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

The restlessness and desperation of a young woman forced into an unhappy marriage are superbly caught by Emily Berrington in this revival of Sophie Treadwell's Expressionist classic

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Photo Flash: Inside Press Night for MONOGAMY at Park Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Charlie Brooks and Patrick Ryecart play Sally and Mike respectively in the UK tour and London run of Torben Betts's new play MONOGAMY. Janie Dee plays Caroline Mortimer. They are joined by J…

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Broadway Beauties: Rounding Up the Fetch Fashion From the 2018 Tony Awards! by Alexa Criscitiello

Tony Awards night has come and gone. The songs have all been sung, the dances danced, the trophies awarded, and the champagne popped to toast another tremendous Broadway season.

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Lauren Pritchard on Songbird by Victoria Myers

In the new musical Songbird, loosely based on Chekhov’s The Seagull, a once well-known country music star returns home to help her son launch his own career, and some major emotional compl…

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Fran Drescher and '13 Reasons Why' Star Christian Navarro Join Broadway Sings For Pride's REVOLUTION Charity Concert by BroadwayWorld

Award-winning actress Fran Drescher The Nanny and actor Christian Navarro Netflix's 13 Reasons Why breakout star are the latest performers to join the lineup of Broadway Sings for Pride's 8t…

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BWW's On This Day - June 12, 2018

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

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Livestreaming Conversations from the Malta Festival Poznań, Poland — Friday-Sunday 22-24 June 2018 by Thea@howlround.com (thea)

By HowlRound TV. The Malta Festival Poznań, Poland presents three conversations livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Friday 22 June …

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Livestreaming foldA: Festival of live digital Art with SpiderWebShow Performance in Kingston, ON—Wednesday 20 June 2018 by Thea@howlround.com (thea)

By HowlRound TV. SpiderWebShow presents foldA: Festival of live digital Art at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts in Kingston, Ontario livestreaming on the global, commons-based…

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REVIEW: Student Performer of the Year and Stiles and Drewe Prize by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year Awards, the Stiles and Drewe Prize and the Stiles and Drewe Mentorship Award 2018 This post RE…

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And the (Other) Winners are... by JK

Readers, apparently, if you had your way, they'd have gotten 11 Tonys...Your choice for the Best Ensemble of a Musical Tony Award goes to...The Band's VisitFirst things first, thank you all …

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Dance Review: Step Afrika!’s Soul-Stirring ‘Migration’ by Alexander C. Kafka

The painter Jacob Lawrence’s 60-panel Migration Series chronicles the exodus of more than six million African-Americans from the South to the North starting around 1916. The WPA-funded pro…

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WATCH CLOSELY: Anthony Bourdain — An Exhaustive Passion by Peg Aloi

In contrast to the contrived food shows of today, Anthony Bourdain brought class and vigor as well as creativity to his fascinating stories of food and travel.

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The Big ‘Pa-Rage’ Goes By: 3-D Theatricals’ Encore Production Puts A ‘Frank’ Miscarriage Of Justice On Full “PARADE”! by Leo Buck

“Unbiased" is one of this productions’ major assets. In fact, it could be argued that the true strength of Dawson’s direction is how, (unlike in several more recent productions of “P…

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Cafe Society Swing’s Peter Gerald by Emma Clarendon

Peter Gerald spoke to Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon about starring in Cafe Society Swing, playing at the Theatre Royal Stratford East until 16 June 2018.

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Short acting courses to keep your career on track by Susan Elkin

Whether you’re a school leaver embarking on a theatre career or a working performer who wants to top up on stage skills,

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Fall for Dance North expands to six performances and two venues for 2018 by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

Annual dance festival will include Adizokan from Red Sky Performance, Obeah Opera, the National Ballet of Canada performing Justin Peck’s Paz de la Jolla, and a commission from Anne Plamon…

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Chicago theater openings June 15-21

Saturday “Don’t Smoke in Bed”: Chimera Ensemble presents a show about interracial couple Richard and Sheryl, who open up about their relationship and efforts to start a family with an …

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Leadership differences prompt Royal Exchange executive director to step down by Matthew Hemley

Mark Dobson is to step down as executive director of the Royal Exchange in Manchester after less than two years, blaming differences

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Daniel McCormick wins emerging dancer competition by Giverny Masso

Daniel McCormick has been announced the winner of English National Ballet’s Emerging Dancer Competition. Hosted by actor and dancer Will Kemp, the

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Get 35% Off Tickets For BAT OUT OF HELL by BroadwayWorld

BAT OUT OF HELL - THE MUSICAL is a romantic adventure about rebellious youth and passionate love, set against the backdrop of a post-cataclysmic city adrift from the mainland.Get 35 off tick…

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Immersion Theatre Announces Full Cast of PETER PAN by BroadwayWorld

Immersion Theatre announce the cast for the upcoming tour of their most magical, high energy show yet, Peter Pan

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BWW Review: THE SEAGULL, Lion and Unicorn Theatre by Gary Naylor

A curious tone in this bold adaptation that doesn't get everything right, but it's Chekhov, so there's more than enough to enjoy

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New Executive Director Sam Gough Appointed At Tron Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Tron Theatre Company has announced that Sam Gough will take up the position of Executive Director following the recent departure of Lesley Renton from the role. Sam will join the company in…

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Submissions Close June 25 For Aria Entertainments's 2018 From Page To Stage Festival by BroadwayWorld

Budding musical theatre writers have only two weeks left to get their entries in, before submissions close on Monday 25 June for Aria Entertainment's thriving new musical theatre festival, F…

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Playwright Robert Farquhar: ‘I’d love to crack London, I’m aware time is running out’ by Catherine Jones

Inspired by Monty Python and the Beatles, Liverpool-based Robert Farquhar pens off-the-wall, anarchic, funny plays, but always with a message. He tells

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Monogamy review at Park Theatre, London – ‘excellent performances’ by Paul Vale

It’s not surprising that a play by the man considered by many to be the spiritual successor to Alan Ayckbourn should focus

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‘An evening that will stay with you’: THE END OF HISTORY – St Giles-in-the-Fields ★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

A curious but compelling play, with emotional depth and more than a hint of social commentary – an evening that will stay with you.

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Kids Week 2018 now on sale! by Robin Johnson

Families, friends, theatregoers, get ready: tickets are now on sale for Kids Week 2018, which sees kids go free to top London shows in August! The post Kids Week 2018 now on sale! appeared f…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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In the room where the parody is: Liam Tamne, Sophie Louise-Dann & Damian Humbley star in Spamilton

Can’t get a ticket for Hamilton, then why not pop along to the Menier for the UK premiere of Gerard Alessandrini’s Spamilton: An American Parody, opening on 24 July 2018. Marc Akinfola…

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Rob Ruggiero Picks 10 Favorite Shows From His 25 Years At TheaterWorks by Christopher Arnott

‘I really cut my teeth as a director” at TheaterWorks, says Rob Ruggiero, where in the past quarter-century he’s directed more than 60 shows. Ruggiero — who also directs regularly at…

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Review: Machinal at Almeida Theatre by Rosemary Waugh

Messy, flawed, slippery: Rosemary Waugh on an intriguing revival of Sophie Treadwell's 1928 play. The post Review: Machinal at Almeida Theatre appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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These Rooms review at Shoreditch Town Hall, London – ‘powerful and poignant’ by Anna Winter

A Loyalist pub in 1960s Dublin. With fags in hand and familiar tones, the landlady and her beehived pal usher an uncertain

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WE'RE GOING ON A BEAR HUNT LIVE ON STAGE Announces Full Cast For 10th Anniversary West End Run by BroadwayWorld

We're Going on a Bear Hunt announces full cast for the smash-hit production which returns to the West End at Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue from 4 July, ten years after its first UK tour.…

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Menier Chocolate Factory Announces Casting For The UK Premiere Of Gerard Alessandrini's SPAMILTON: AN AMERICAN PARODY by BroadwayWorld

With the UK premiere of The Gronholm Method running at the Menier, Travesties running on Broadway and The Color Purple on tour in the US, the Menier Chocolate Factory today announces the cas…

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National Theatre's Public Acts Initiative Launches With Shakespeare's PERICLES In The Olivier Theatre by BroadwayWorld

A company of over 200 people of all ages from across London join together with professional artists to breathe new life into this classic tale in a musical version on the National Theatre's …

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BOMB SEX Hits London Following Sell-out Run At Brighton Fringe 2018 by BroadwayWorld

It's the 1980s, 'the Troubles' in Northern Ireland are at their height. But life goes on and some people just want to get some...

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Christina Bianco – Adelaide Cabaret Festival by Rowan James

With more than 130 thousand YouTube subscribers and over 24 million views, Christina Bianco’s skill as an impressionist has reached a wide and international audience. While she may be best…

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Review: The Yellow Wallpaper, Clapham Omnibus by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

A single hand ghosts beneath the wallpaper. It is a lurid, offensive yellow, and full of secrets known only by The post Review: The Yellow Wallpaper, Clapham Omnibus appeared first on A Youn…

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Review: Bingo, Pleasance Theatre by Gabriel Wilding

“…Like a big gay lion called Lesley”, this sentence from Bingo has stayed with me long after seeing the show, The post Review: Bingo, Pleasance Theatre appeared first on A Younger Thea…

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VIDEO: Jim Parsons of THE BOYS IN THE BAND Talks Breaking His Foot During Curtain Call and More on The Tonight Show by Stage Tube

Jim Parsons, currently starring in The Boys in the Band on Broadway, visited The Tonight Show last night. Watch as Parsons chats with Jimmy about his lovely rained out wedding day at 30 Rock…

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‘Gemma Yates-Round gives an excellent performance’: THE YELLOW WALLPAPER – Omnibus Theatre by Liz Dyer

Adapted by Ruby Lawrence from a short story written in 1892 by Charlotte Perkins Gilman, The Yellow Wallpaper is an unsettling portrayal of a woman suffering from depression after the birth …

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Machinal review at Almeida Theatre, London – ‘captivating, intense and resonant’ by Natasha Tripney

Written in 1928 and inspired by the true story of the first woman to be executed by electric chair in New York,

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Sophie-Louise Dann and Liam Tamne cast in UK premiere of Spamilton: An American Parody by Matthew Hemley

Sophie-Louise Dann, Liam Tamne and Damian Humbley have been cast in the UK premiere of Spamilton: An American Parody. They join Marc

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Kinky Boots announces West End closure by Georgia Snow

Kinky Boots has announced it will close in the West End in January after a three-year run. The show, which has music

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Brief 6/12: Read What the Critics Are Saying About This Year's Tony Awards, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Check out what the critics are saying about this year's Tony Awards, and more

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NEWS: Casting is revealed for Gerard Alessandrini’s Spamilton: An American Parody at the Menier Chocolate Factory by Press Releases

The Menier Chocolate Factory has announced the cast for the UK premiere of Gerard Alessandrini’s Spamilton: An American Parody which opens at the theatre on 24 July 2018, with previews fro…

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Opinion: Raise a glass to the Tony voters by Jeremy Gerard

Some praise is due the 850-plus Tony voters, a group more maligned than any industry group outside of the Golden Globes. They violate Tony rules by voting in categories in which they haven…

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After the Tonys, the theater community goes to Israel by Caitlin Huston

For the past 30 years, members of the theater community have attended the Tony Awards and then, win or lose, set off on a nine-day trip to Israel. “The joke is most people lose so they’r…

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And Scene #62 - The 2018 Tony Awards by Andscenepod, Michael Salerno

Welcome to this week’s episode of the And Scene Theater Podcast! There is no Act 1 this week because there is only one bit of news to talk about: it’s the Tony Awards!  We discuss our …

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On the Couch with Damian Smith by Arts Review

Who is Damian Smith? Damian is the youngest of six children from beautiful charismatic loving parents. Especially his mother who parented all six kids on her own after his father past away w…

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MTA principal Annemarie Lewis Thomas: ‘I don’t want my college to be some elitist institution’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre?  I trained as a ballet accompanist back home in Swansea and then did a BA

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The Green Room: What does the term ‘professionalism’ mean to you? 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…​ Albert

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Radio presenter Angie Greaves: ‘Enjoy yourself and your audience will as well’ by John Byrne

My first presenting job was with Spectrum Radio. At the time I was working as a producer at Capital Radio. It was

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‘Horribly misjudged revival’: KILLER JOE – Trafalgar Studios by Ian Foster

Killer Joe is a horribly misjudged revival at Trafalgar Studios that makes a mockery of #MeToo, you and all of us.

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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NEWS: Full cast announced for the West End transfer of Young Vic & Good Chance Theatre’s The Jungle by Press Releases

The full cast has been announced for the West End transfer of Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s The Jungle, a National Theatre and Young Vic co-production with Good Chance Theatre, directed b…

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Sirens of the Silver Screen: The most inspiring (& surprising) things about Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn & Marilyn Monroe by Featured Content

Of all the Hollywood Golden Age legends, Beth Burrows chose Judy Garland, Audrey Hepburn and Marilyn Monroe to celebrate in her acclaimed one-woman cabaret Sirens of the Silver Screen. In ou…

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Theatre worth travelling for: Cirencester's Barn follows The Secret Garden with Little Voice

Cirencester's Barn Theatre put itself firmly on #StageFaves' map with its inaugural production of The Secret Garden earlier this year. Its next music theatre offering has now been announced:…

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Letters to Lindy by Arts Review

Following an acclaimed premiere season in 2016, Merrigong Theatre Company in association with Canberra Theatre Centre returns the critically acclaimed Letters to Lindy by award-winning p…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Rose Theatre Kingston Makes Commitment to Stop Using Single-Use Plastic by Blouin Artinfo

Amid the worldwide campaign of denouncing the use of plastics to save Mother Earth, Rose Theatre Kingston announced its commitment to stop using single-use plastic products within the venue …

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Tailor-made for Monash – Chatting with James Millar and Peter Rutherford about The Dressmaker – A Musical Adaptation by Gabi Bergman

We have a real problem facing us – new Australian musicals are in short supply. A stroll around Melbourne’s “East End” can show you the spread of imported shows, with the theatre…

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BWW Review: 84 CHARING CROSS ROAD, Richmond Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan

In an age of Instant Messenger, Snapchat and Twitter, many of us may have never experienced the quiet thrill of receiving a handwritten, personal letter.84 Charing Cross Roadis James Roose-E…

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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The Reason I Jump: autism memoir becomes a theatre-maze in Scotland by Graham Eatough

Autistic performers share their own stories in an outdoor production which turns Naoki Higashida’s remarkable book into a journey through a labyrinthThe theatre can be a difficult place fo…

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'Point de Chute' at The Max Linder Panorama, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

“Point de Chute” is a 1970 French film, directed by Robert Hossein starring Johnny Hallyday with the screenplay by Claude Desailly and Robert Hossein. The story follows Catherine, a fift…

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Daniel Evans: No play should ever be restricted to a particular audience by Daniel Evans

Recently at Chichester Festival Theatre, we produced a double-bill of plays by the poet-playwright Debbie Tucker Green. The first was the astonishing

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Rob Halliday: Working 10 to 2 (am), what a way to make a living by Rob Halliday

It feels like we could do with a break from the UK and lighting this month – although because of your support,

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Tuesday, June 12, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Tutankhamun blockbuster to star in revamped Australian Museum by Arts Review

The Australian Museum (AM) is set to host the extraordinary Tutankhamun: Treasures of the Golden Pharaoh blockbuster exhibition thanks to a $50 million refurbishment. NSW Minister for the Ar…

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Scissoring by Darryl Reilly

In the African-American Abigail, Ms. Quintana creates a complex protagonist who is sympathetic, exasperating and engaging. She is fascinated by the journalist Lorena Hickok who had a storied…

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Life Lessons Learned: Hoodie by Lindsay Price

Middle schoolers face a tornado of questions every day. What do I wear? What if I wear the wrong thing? What is she wearing? What do I look like? Stop looking at me! Hoodie by Lindsay Price…

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Page to Stage: What can you learn in 48 hours? by Lindsay Price

Episode 209: Page to Stage: What can you learn in 48 hours? What can you learn when you put up a show from page to stage in 48 hours. Teacher and playwright Scott Giessler shares his experie…

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Superfly's Trevor Jackson & Jason Mitchell Play Fly or Bye Challenge by Young Hollywood

Superfly's Trevor Jackson & Jason Mitchell Play Fly or Bye ChallengeWe're just chillin' with the super fly stars of 'Superfly' Trevor Jackson and Jason Mitchell, and in the spirit of their r…

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Superfly's Trevor Jackson & Jason Mitchell's First Impressions by Young Hollywood

Superfly's Trevor Jackson & Jason Mitchell's First ImpressionsActors Trevor Jackson and Jason Mitchell strut into the Young Hollywood Studio to give us the lowdown on their remake of funk-ta…

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival: Christina Bianco – Me, Myself and Everyone Else by Arts Review

Ms Bianco can be described with just one word… Dynamite. Another packed show, congratulations Ali McGregor on this choice. Christina the self described “’short person’ conduc…

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Sky Lakota-Lynch Makes His Broadway Debut in Dear Evan Hansen by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen welcomes newcomer Sky Lakota-Lynch in the role of Jared Kleinman on June 12. Lakota-Lynch replaces original cast member Will Roland, who played his …

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BWW Review: An Irresistible Tom Hanks Goes for the Gusto as Falstaff in HENRY IV by Ellen Dostal

Director Daniel Sullivan's adaptation of HENRY IV, Parts 1 amp 2 may only be playing in the Japanese Garden on the VA campus for another three weeks but it is bound to rank as one of the sum…

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Moulin Rouge May Delay Start of Boston Previews After Construction-Related Incident by Adam Hetrick

The new stage musical adaptation of Baz Luhrmann's film was set to begin previews June 27 at the newly renovated Emerson Colonial Theatre.

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Brush Up Your Shakespur - How the Bard inspired a Wild West musical comedy

How the Bard inspired a Wild West musical comedy---Though it's categorized as a comedy and ends with multiple weddings, Measure for Measure has long been considered one of Shakespeare's "pro…

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IMPRESSIONS: Shamel Pitts’ “Black Box: Little Black Book of Red” at Gibney by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Shamel Pitts’ Black Box: Little Black Book of Red at Gibney, "Pitts, his cut-glass body painted gold like a scepter, treads into the performance space with little fanfare…

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IMPRESSIONS: Anabella Lenzu's "No More Beautiful Dances" part of the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Anabella Lenzu's No More Beautiful Dances as part of the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival, "She slaps herself violently, rubs her knees, kneads the flesh of her rolling belly a…

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New Musical Half Time, Starring André De Shields, Georgia Engel, Donna McKechnie, and Lillias White, Opens at Paper Mill by Adam Hetrick

The musical about professional basketball’s first-ever aged 60-and-older dance team officially opens June 12.

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Sky Lakota-Lynch Joins Cast of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen June 12 by Andrew Gans

Original cast member Will Roland played his final performance as Jared Kleinman June 10.

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The Cher Show Begins Pre-Broadway Run at Chicago’s Oriental Theatre by Adam Hetrick

The new musical about the entertainment icon begins performances June 12 ahead of a fall Broadway arrival.

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What Are Those 2 Organizations Everyone Thanked in Their Tony Awards Acceptance Speeches? by Ryan McPhee

The American Theatre Wing and the Broadway League do more than administer the Tonys...

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14 Shows the Cast of TV’s Younger Loved by Ruthie Fierberg

Hilary Duff, Miriam Shor, Sutton Foster, and more share their favorites.

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