Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

“Motown:The Musical” at Prinzregententheater, Munich by Blouin Artinfo

After its hit run in the UK and US, “Motown: The Musical” will embark on a German trip.A jukebox musical that premiered on Broadway in April 2013, Motown is on Berry Gordy’s autobiogra…

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Alice Sara Ott and Elim Chan at Barbican Hall, London by Blouin Artinfo

When a talented pianist and a brilliant conductor take centerstage it will be a musical epiphany of sorts. Next year, Alice Sara Ott and Elim Chan will be in concert at London’s Barbican H…

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Loreena McKennitt at Alte Oper, Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Next year, Germany’s Alte Oper will have Loreena McKennitt, the multifaceted musician in concert. Born in 1957, Loreena Isabel Irene McKennitt, is a Canadian musician, composer, harpist, a…

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Review: Mummenschanz Offers Wonder, and a Grumpy Trash Bag by Alexis Soloski

This Swiss mime troupe’s show “you & me” is like the Muppets, but heavily influenced by French surrealism and a few psychotropics.

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Radio City Music Hall’s “Christmas Spectacular” at New York by Blouin Artinfo

Each year, close to Christmas time comes this annual musical holiday starring the Radio City Rockettes. The show is presented at New York’s Radio City Music Hall. The 90-minute extravaganz…

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Coral Browne: This F***ing Lady by Arts Review

The most successful Aussie actor you’ve never heard of! From West Footscray to West End star, Coral Browne was larger-than-life. Prospect Productions presents Coral Browne: This F***ing L…

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Top 5 Shows of the Week by April Forrer

1. UrbanArias’ ‘Why is Eartha Kitt Trying to Kill Me?: A Love Story’ at Signature Theatre. “…a smart take on what the medium can be: poignantly tragic, yet light and access…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

With Community Theatre Project, GALA Theatre Brings Immigrant Voices ‘Out of the Shadows’ by David Siegel

They are likely the unseen in our midst; that is until a particular, probably short-term job needs the informal employment market as the source of a worker. They have their own personal stor…

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Sydney Harbour to host West Side Story in 2019 by Arts Review

Opera Australia has announced it will be bringing one of the world’s greatest pieces of theatre, Leonard Bernstein’s much loved and admired West Side Story, to the Handa Opera on Sydney…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Onstage Dance Company’s Season 15 Performance: Dancing in community by Admin

Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts. June 17, 2018. As far back in human history as we know of, we’ve danced together in communities. That’s shifted and changed along with the w…

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Chappaquidick Redux: Peter Lefcourt and Terry Hanauer tell Mary Joe Kopechne’s Story by Brian Marks

by Brian Marks Late on the night of July 18, 1969, Ted Kennedy was driving through Chappaquiddick Island on the eastern end of Martha’s Vineyard. In the car with the 37-year-old senator w…

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Pump Boys and Dinettes by Vanessa Cate

Pump Boys and Dinettes Reviewed by Julia Stier  Sierra Madre Playhouse Through July 29  The Sierra Madre Playhouse is serving up a slice of life on Highway 57 with Pump Boys and Dinettes.…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Iconic Tower Records mural in downtown is getting a little love

A large-scale mural has adorned the entryway of the former K Street location of Tower Records in downtown Sacramento for more than 40 years. Commissioned by Tower founder Russ Solomon ……

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Photo Flash: First Look at NEWSIES at Broadway At Music Circus by BroadwayWorld

The 2018 Broadway At Music Circus season continues with Disney's Newsies, which The New York Times called 'a musical worth singing about' With a cast that includes Broadway veterans and vete…

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‘Nanny’ star: Marilyn Monroe gave me the craziest diet tip by Barbara Hoffman

For as long as she can remember, Renée Taylor has been on a diet. We’re talking seven decades, because Taylor — who among other things played Fran Drescher’s mom on “The Nanny” …

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Theatre Review: ‘Ain’t Too Proud: The Life and Times of The Temptations’ at The Kennedy Center by Lynne Menefee

Currently The Kennedy Center is hosting the latest in what has become a popular genre over the past decade – the jukebox musical, based on real-life stories and music of highly successful …

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Mummenschanz’s you & me: The Sounds of Silence by Elysa Gardner

★★★ A new show from the long-established troupe makes us ponder the power of quiet contemplation and connection. The post Mummenschanz’s you & me: The Sounds of Silence appe…

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August Wilson House among African-American historic sites to receive preservation grants by The Associated Press

The childhood home of playwright August Wilson is one of several historic sites being tapped to receive a grant from the African-American Cultural Heritage Action Fund.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Leo Kersley obituary by Judith Cruickshank

Founder member of the Sadler's Wells Theatre Ballet, he later helped establish classical ballet in the NetherlandsWith the death of Leo Kersley at the age of 92, one of the last links with t…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Susan Blackwell of Gone Missing by Broadway.com

Susan Blackwell stops by to chat about Gone Missing at New York City Center and more with Paul Wontorek.

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UPDATE: Attorney Judd Burstein Launches Investigation Into Suicide of CHICAGO Standby Jeff Loeffelholz by BroadwayWorld

Last week, it was reported that Jeff Loeffelholz, an original cast member of the 1996 revival of Chicago, had taken his own life. Since then, the producers of the show have hired attorney Ju…

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PRODUCTIONS WORLD PREMIERES Mercy Production #1 of Mercy New Jersey Rep Long Branch, NJ June 14-July 15, 2018 Stockholm Syndrome or Remember That Time Jimmy's All American Beefste…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Review of ‘whatdoesfreeman?’ by Navida Stein

The United States leads the world in incarceration by a hefty margin, according to the International Centre for Prison Studies; there are over 2.2 million people imprisoned and it is not nec…

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Additional showtimes of '2001: A Space Odyssey' slated for Tower Theatre

The Tower Theatre has added additional showtimes of "2001: A Space Odyssey" for this weekend. Each screening will be in 70 mm, a higher resolution than usual films. The theatre … Click…

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Stacy Keach Returns to the Stage in the Goodman's PAMPLONA by BroadwayWorld

Stage and screen veteranStacy KeachisErnest Hemingway inPamplonabyJim McGrath,directed byRobert Falls-now appearing in the Owen Theatre throughAugust 19.Originally scheduled for spring 2017,…

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Photo Flash: Mark Ballas, Bobby Conte Thornton and More Star in JERSEY BOYS at the Muny by BroadwayWorld

Jersey Boys, winner of the 2006 Tony Award for Best Musical, is the authentic biographic story of the magic behind the music of worldwide megahit group, Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons. F…

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Odds & Ends: Julie Taymor's Across the Universe Will Return to the Big Screen & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Julie Taymor's Across the Universe Will Return to the Big Screen The beloved 2007 feature film Across the Universe is…

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Legally Blonde and Something Rotten! Alum Autumn Hurlbert Sets Solo Show Debut at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Ryan McPhee

First, she'll appear in the venue’s ten-year reunion concert for MTV’s The Search for Elle Woods.

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A Very Brexit Musical To Play Edinburgh Fringe 2018 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Students from the University Of Cambridge will present A Very Brexit Musical by Molly Cook and Anthony Gray at the Edinburgh Fringe. This post A Very Brexit Musical To Play E…

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D.C. Council Creates Sales Tax to Support the Arts by American Theatre Editors

The new tax is expected to generate $30 million per year to fund local theatre productions and the arts.

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About Face Theatre Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

Artistic director Megan Carney's first full season at the LGBTQ+ theatre comprises the world premiere of a new play and two Chicago premieres.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Get Ready To Begin Paying For Google Maps Integration by Drew McManus

On July 17, 2018 Google’s new pricing structure kicks in for the use of Maps, Routes, and Places. You’ll be required to create an account and a billing profile. These changes are…

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VIDEO: On This Day, July 10- Happy Birthday, Jerry Herman! by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day, we celebrate the birthday of legendary composer Jerry Herman

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War Horse's Leenya Rideout to Debut Solo Play With Music Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Irish Rep will present the world premiere of Wild Abandon by the Broadway actor and musician.

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Mary Poppins Returns, Starring Emily Blunt & Lin-Manuel Miranda, Moves Up Release Date by Andy Lefkowitz

Adjust your countdown clock! The highly anticipated movie sequel Mary Poppins Returns has shifted its release date. Initially announced to premiere on December 25, the new flick will now app…

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In writing the music for 'Waitress,' Sara Bareilles taught musicals a thing or two by Chris Jones

"We got such a kick out of doing the Tony Awards," Sara Bareilles said the other day, over the phone as she walked around Los Angeles. "Josh and me? We're such theater nerds. And we've been …

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Broadway Press Agent Susan L. Schulman Shares Theatre Tales in Expanded Version of Backstage Pass to Broadway by Andrew Gans

Schulman's memoir includes her experiences with Lauren Bacall, Glenn Close, Zero Mostel, and more.

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Joshua Bergasse to Present Live Performance, Celebrating the Jerome Robbins Centennial, on the Intrepid by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony-nominated choreographer will present the opening number of On The Town as part of the event.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Mark Ballas, Bobby Conte Thornton, Nicolas Dromard, Keith Hines Strut Their Stuff in Muny Jersey Boys by Andrew Gans

Josh Rhodes directs the Tony-winning musical at the St. Louis venue.

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Katharine McPhee, Erich Bergen, Danny Skinner & More Will Perform at Broadway in Bryant Park This Week! by BroadwayWorld

Broadway in Bryant Park will return this summer The 2018 program will bring the best of Broadway together for free performances for six consecutive weeks from Thursday, July 12 to Thursday, …

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Christina Sajous Will Take Over as 'Sandy Cheeks' in SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Later This Month by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has just learned that SpongeBob SquarePants will get a new furry friend before the show takes its final Broadway bow.

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Fake Faggot Frolic: ‘The Closet’ by Matthew Wexler

Matthew Broderick stars in Douglas Carter Beane's new play about a man who pretends to be gay to keep his job at a religious supply store.

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Disney Will Release MARY POPPINS RETURNS Sooner Than Expected by BroadwayWorld


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Disney’s Mary Poppins Returns, Starring Emily Blunt and Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pushes Up Release Date by Ryan McPhee

The movie musical will arrive in theatres earlier than initially planned.

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2018 Capital Fringe Review: ‘O Monsters’ by Ravelle Brickman

Against a background of black timber walls, a beautiful dark-haired woman stretches out languorously on a table. Dressed in a skimpy black nightgown, she moves like a dancer. On the floor, t…

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With 2018-19 season, Jackalope Theatre Company to stage two world premieres by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, ​Jackalope Theatre Company​ announced its 2018-19 season, featuring two world premieres and a Midwest premiere. Things kick off with​ “In The Canyon” written by ensembl…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Agatha Christie’s Ordeal by Innocence, With Harry Potter's Anthony Boyle, to Debut on Amazon by Olivia Clement

Bill Nighy, Anna Chancellor, Matthew Goode, and more also star in the adaptation of the crime novel.

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Broadway in Bryant Park Series Will Launch With Katharine McPhee, Erich Bergen, Jai’Len Christine Li Josey, More by Andrew Gans

The free lunchtime concert series begins July 12 with performances from the casts of Waitress, SpongeBob SquarePants, Chicago, and Stomp.

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Review: The Cunning Little Vixen, opera for children at Glimmerglass Festival by Susan Galbraith

For parents pondering how they might introduce their children to opera and which might be most appropriate, look no further than The Cunning Little Vixen. This curious and fanciful little op…

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Shuler Hensley, Andrew Kober, and More Complete Cast of The Public's TWELFTH NIGHT by BroadwayWorld

The Public Theater has announced complete casting for the Shakespeare in the Park production of TWELFTH NIGHT.

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See the Classical Theatre of Harlem Production of Antigone by Hannah Vine

The free outdoor production officially opened July 8.

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‘Ladies Foursome’ maintains remarkable chemistry in return to B Street Theatre

When Spike Lee was casting the pivotal character for his celebrated 1998 basketball movie, “He Got Game,” the director was looking for someone who could look and play like the … Cl…

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Shuler Hensley and More Join Shakespeare in the Park's Twelfth Night by Olivia Clement

The second show of the 2018 summer season finds its complete cast.

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TheaterWorks Throwing Pop-Up Musical Block Party by Alison Kuznitz

TheaterWorks views itself as a cultural steward of the capital, helping to unify those who live and work downtown. Hartford can be a destination in Connecticut, staff members of the downtown…

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News: Actors’ Equity Association Announces ‘Victory for Theatre in D.C. Council Creates Dedicated Sales Tax to Fund the Arts’ by Md Theatre Guide News Desk

Economic boost promises to benefit entire District of Columbia. For the first time theatres will be able to plan ahead and obtain matching grants knowing that the District has a dedicated fu…

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TV reporter/producer Ruth Ezell stars on stage, not screen, this week

Former TV reporter in cast of Oscar Wilde play at Grandel Theatre

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Christina Sajous to Join Broadway's SpongeBob SquarePants; Lilli Cooper Sets Exit Date by Andy Lefkowitz

Christina Sajous is returning to Broadway! The talented stage alum will join the company of SpongeBob SquarePants in the role of Sandy Cheeks beginning on July 24. Original cast me…

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Christina Sajous to Join Broadway’s SpongeBob SquarePants by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway alum will take on the role of Sandy Cheeks, replacing Lilli Cooper.

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VIDEO: First Look At Mark Ballas Led JERSEY BOYS at The Muny by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has a first look at The Muny's production of Jersey Boys Check out the video below

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Autumn Hurlbert to Make Solo Debut At Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

FEINSTEIN'S54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club, presentsAutumn Hurlbert Legally Blonde,Nobody Loves You,Something Rottenon Sunday, August 5th, 2018, at 700pm.

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BWW OperaView: Calling HAMILTON by That Dirty Name by Richard Sasanow

When Sondheim was asked was asked about whether his great SWEENEY TODD was a musical or an opera, he once responded, When it's done in a theatre, it's a musical. When it's done in an opera h…

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Photographer Susan Stripling and her dog Chloe by Told By Susan Stripling

“She’s the kindest animal I've ever met, and she’s a rescue! We have had her for about three and a half years now and she’s almost five. I bugged my husband for forever to get a dog …

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Jeremy Jordan Returns to Broadway by Stagelight

Will star in American Son this fall alongside Kerry Washington

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UPCOMING: Prelude, Tristan Bates Theatre by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves takes a look at Prelude showcasing new writers at the Tristan Bates Theatre Prelude Tristan Bates Theatre, 18th June 2018 Joel Fisher did a very sensible thing i…

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Review: West Side Story at Glimmerglass Festival by Susan Galbraith

With a big nod to the continued centennial celebration of “Lennie” (Leonard Bernstein) that this opening of Glimmerglass 2018 season represents, one cannot overestimate the importance of…

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Review: ‘Guerrilla Theater Works 3: A New Nation’ by Convergence Theatre by Bob Ashby

Sunday morning, before I drove from my home in Western Maryland to see Convergence Theatre’s production of A New Nation, I noted the following in a letter to the editor of my local newspap…

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My wild night at a Brexit rave by Oscar Rickett

MP Andrea Jenkyns sang her own song, Bropera was born – and the ex-singer of Pigface rocked out. So did our writer want to leave or remain at the Big Brexit Party?On a stage once graced by…

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The carnage cabaret: Tate's high-octane tribute to Africa's forgotten war dead by Murray Whyte

Ten times more porters than soldiers died in Africa during the first world war. But they have never been properly commemorated. Now Tate Modern is putting this right – with William Kentrid…

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9 ways to prepare your child for Kids Week by Carly-Ann Clements

Kids Week is almost here! Whether it's your child's first time going to the theatre or it's already a life-long habit, it's a very exciting time. But, it's important you prepare your young'u…

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National Theatre play Love to get film adaptation by Georgia Snow

Alexander Zeldin’s play Love is being made into a film by the BBC and National Theatre, where it premiered two years ago.

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Photo Coverage: NYMF Celebrates 15th Annual Opening Night! by Jennifer Broski

The New York Musical Festival, which nurtures the creation, production, and public presentation of stylistically, thematically, and culturally diverse new musicals toensure the future vitali…

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Ezra Knight Replaces Kingsley Leggs in PRETTY WOMAN; Performances Begin Next Week at Broadway's Nederlander Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Pretty Woman is about to strut its stuff on across the Broadway stage as it begins previews on July 20th at the Nederlander Theatre.Ezra Knightjoins the cast as 'James Morse', replacingKings…

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VIDEO: Watch Samantha Barks and Andy Karl Strike a Pose for PRETTY WOMAN by Stage Tube

Pretty Woman is coming to Broadway Before she walks down 41st Street, catch a first look at Samantha Barks and Andy Karl in costumeas Vivian and Edward below

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‘A rare treat’: The New Group’s benefit reading of Larry Kramer’s The Destiny of Me by Emily Garside

This reading of The Destiny of Me was a rare (especially for a Brit) opportunity to see this rarely performed play. The fact Kramer has done re-writes gives me hope there will be a productio…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

Ramin Karimloo Will Join Seth Rudetsky for Broadway @ Leicester Square Theatre Series by Andrew Gans

Karimloo will chat with Rudetsky and perform highlights from his theatrical career.

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Watch Pretty Woman Stars Samantha Barks and Andy Karl Take the Romcom Challenge by Olivia Clement

They will soon be starring in one on Broadway, but how well does this leading duo know the world of romantic comedies?

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London Theatre Direct takes centre stage on Amazon Prime Day

Ticket retailer London Theatre Direct is poised to steal the show this month with their huge range of offers on top West End shows for Amazon Prime Day, an online global shopping event th…

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West Side Story/The Cunning Little Vixen, Glimmerglass Festival, New York — young artists shine

Bernstein’s musical and Janáček’s opera feature impressive performances by young singers

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Four Quartets, Bard SummerScape, Upstate New York — profound, tremendous

Pam Tanowitz’s piece is a dance to the music of T.S. Eliot’s poetry

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Parliament-Funkadelic, Roundhouse, London — last voyage of the Mothership

The London leg of George Clinton’s farewell tour was a sprawling but vibrant affair

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Competition: Win VIP tickets for Tartuffe at the Theatre Royal Haymarket by The Stage

LA. Present day. French media tycoon Orgon has fallen under the seductive spell of Tartuffe, a radical American evangelist. So comprehensively has

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Andersson Dance, Barbican, London — bounce and athleticism

The dancers respond well to Bach’s music — but the piece’s limitations soon become apparent

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Jonathan Ross to Host AN EVENING WITH SOPHIA LOREN by BroadwayWorld

Producer Rocco Buonvino is pleased to announce An Intimate Evening with Sophia Loren, one of Hollywood's last true goddesses of the silver screen. Reluctant to give interviews, this is uniqu…

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Players, Mao II, The Names — DeLillo at Avignon

A 10-hour adaptation of three novels charts the evolution of terrorism

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Behind-the-Scenes with Samantha Barks and Andy Karl by Broadwaydirect

A first look at Samantha Barks and Andy Karl as Vivian and Edward in Pretty Woman: The Musical. Pretty Woman: The Musical is coming to Broadway July 20, 2018. Tickets are on sale now. One …

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Six things you need to know about Jeremy Wright, the new culture secretary by The Stage

Jeremy Wright spoke of being “very excited” this morning after his appointment as secretary of state for digital, culture, media and sport.

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Photo Flash: First Look at TEVYE SERVED RAW 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' sto…

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VIDEO: Check Out A Behind the Scenes Featurette of TRIAL AND ERROR: LADY KILLER Starring Kristin Chenoweth by TV News Desk

Lavinia Peck-Foster Chenoweth is the most powerful woman in East Peck, and if she's guilty of anything, it's being fabulous. And maybe murdering her husband. Season 2 of Trial amp Error prem…

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Review: Secrets of the Universe at Hub Theatre by Debbie Minter Jackson

Marc Acito’s Secrets of the Universe depicts how, in 1937, our country’s most brilliant mind, Albert Einstein, befriended the one and only Marian Anderson when she had been denie…

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First Look at Broadway’s New Phantom of the Opera Stars Ben Crawford & Jay Armstrong Johnson

Check out these stunning Matthew Murphy photos of the new stars at Phantom of the Opera.

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'There wasn't time to feel anything!': understudy Ryan Pidgen's big break by Chris Wiegand

When Matt Lucas withdrew from the opening night of Me and My Girl, his stand-in had just two hours to prepareEvery understudy awaits their big break. Yet few replace a household name on the …

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Harry Potter Doesn’t Dance. But He Sure Can Move. by Roslyn Sulcas

“Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” doesn’t use elaborate special effects. Its magic comes from movement, and Steven Hoggett is its wizard choreographer.

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MOULIN ROUGE! Begins Performances in Boston Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The pre-Broadway engagement ofMoulin Rouge The Musicalbegins performancestonight, Tuesday July 10, at the Emerson Colonial Theatre. The production runs throughAugust 19.

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Photo: A Many Splendored Thing! First Look at the Set of MOULIN ROUGE! by BroadwayWorld

The show must go on The pre-Broadway engagement ofMoulin Rouge The Musicalbegins performancestonight,Tuesday, July 10, 2018at the Emerson Colonial Theatre. Get a sneak peek at the spectacula…

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Exclusive: Susan Egan Talks Reprising Belle In BEAUTY AND THE BEAST in California by Don Grigware

Triple threat performer Susan Egan is no stranger to theatre audiences. She originated Belle in Beauty and the Beast on Broadway and is now reviving it 20 years later for 5 Star Theatricals.…

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Ramin Karimloo to Headline Concerts in London with Seth Rudetsky by BroadwayWorld

International theatre star Ramin Karimloo returns to London for Seth Rudetsky's Broadway Leicester Square Theatre concert series for 3 intimate performances, produced by Mark Cortale.

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Me and My Girl understudy Ryan Pidgen: ‘I’ve never heard anything like the roar from the crowd.’ by Ollie Cole

Shortly before curtain up on press night of Me and My Girl at Chichester Festival Theatre last night, Matt Lucas, one of

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Understudy wins rave reviews as Matt Lucas forced to withdraw from Me and My Girl press night by Georgia Snow

An understudy in Chichester Festival Theatre’s Me and My Girl has garnered rave reviews after stepping in for Matt Lucas who was

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Jazz Review: Montreal Jazz Festival — An Ecosystem That Celebrates Sound by Milo Miles

Berber guitarist Omara “Bombino” Moctar proved that the gifts behind the fingers are still all that matters.

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Backstage at Summer with Ariana DeBose, Episode 1: Back at It by Broadway.com

Summer star Ariana DeBose returns as a Broadway.com vlogger to show us around backstage at the new hit musical featuring the songs of disco great Donna Summer.

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The Broadway.com Show: Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo on Bringing Moulin Rouge! to the Stage by Broadway.com

Moulin Rouge! The Musical stars Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo chat about bringing Baz Luhrmann's legendary film to the stage.

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Exclusive! Karen Olivo and Aaron Tveit Are Ready for the High Romance, Drama (and Laughs!) of Moulin Rouge! The Musical by Paul Wontorek

On the stage of the legendary Emerson Colonial Theatre in Boston on July 10, glamorous, doomed starlet Satine will once again descend on a swing center stage at the famed Parisian nightclub …

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Former NEA Chair Jane Chu Joins PBS by Olivia Clement

Chu joins the public media organization as arts adviser.

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‘One of the world’s greatest dance makers’: The memory of Gillian Lynne will live forever by Andrew Wright

I haven’t felt the calling to scribble my thoughts down of late. However, the recent passing of one of the world’s greatest dance makers Gillian Lynne has moved to do just that.

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Tim Young and Marcus Paul James Offer Free Times Square Concerts July 10 by Andrew Gans

The performances are part of the Broadway Buskers concert series, hosted by Ben Cameron.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Bests a Snob at My Fair Lady: A Mini-Play About Theater Etiquette by New York Theater

“I had one of the all time best conversations with a Condescending Theatergoer Who Sat In Front Of Me at intermission of My Fair Lady,” Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote in the first of a…

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Miracle on Commercial Street by Lynda Sturner

Provincetown is a town like no other. In most places, when a real estate owner decides to make changes to his property, he makes a business plan, files the necessary papers to get the permit…

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Winter to Winter: A Review of Sagittarius Ponderosa at Redtwist Theatre by Kevin Greene

Love and intimacy remain elusive in the Chicago premiere of MJ Kaufman's play at Redtwist Theatre.

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Scarlett Strallen, David Bedella, Timothy Edward Kane, Hollis Resnik Cast in Chicago Shakespeare's Nell Gwynn by Andrew Gans

The Olivier-winning comedy will begin performances in September.

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All the Broadway Shows of the 2018-2019 Season by David Rooney

Gender-blind Shakespeare, an Elizabethan frolic set to 1980s girl pop, a giant gorilla, a young Rupert Murdoch, triple Cher and a wealth of new plays to counter last season's shortage are on…

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BWW TV: First Look at RENT at the World's Oldest Paper Mill by BroadwayWorld TV

A new video has been released, filmed during the cast's sitzprobe, ofVivo D'Arte's immersive promenade production ofJonathan Larson's cult classic musical RENT.Staged at the world's oldest w…

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BWW Interview: Danielle Hope On LIFE FOR RENT at Live At Zedel by Fiona Scott

Danielle Hope has enjoyed a number of principal roles in her career so far she starred as Dorothy in the 2011 West End revival of The Wizard of Oz, then swapped the iconic ruby slippers for …

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Broadway Grosses w/e 7/08/2018: No real fireworks for the Fourth.

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending July 8, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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‘Vision & passion for Macbeth’: In discussion with the National Theatre’s Rufus Norris by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

Artistic Director of the National Theatre Rufus Norris met with invited guests this week at the Theatre Royal Bath to talk about the touring production of Macbeth and his vision and passion.…

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About Face Theatre sets 2018-19 season with two Chicago premieres and a world premiere by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, About Face Theatre announced the lineup for its 2018-19 season, a trio of shows new to the city’s stage. Starting things up in the fall will be the Chicago premiere of “This …

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First Look at Tracy Letts’ Mary Page Marlowe Off-Broadway by Hannah Vine

Performances began June 19 for the New York premiere from Second Stage Theater.

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Odds & Ends: Scribe Terrence McNally Receives Honor, Bat Out of Hell—The Musical Releases Cast Recording & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Provincetown Theater's New Director Honors Terrence McNally Provincetown Theater's new Artistic Director David Dr…

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2018 Tony Award Recipient John Leguizamo Joins Cast of Netflix Series Central Park Five by Andrew Gans

The four-part drama from Ava DuVernay will debut in 2019.

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How Andrew Rannells and Jim Parsons Keep Things Interesting Onstage in The Boys in the Band by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony nominee shares details of onstage fun between him and his co-star—plus what to expect from his memoir.

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'Cats' is coming back to Chicago July 2019 by Doug George

Time for more “Memory”: The national tour of “Cats” is coming back to Chicago in July 2019, presenter Broadway in Chicago announced Tuesday. The record-breaker of an Andrew Lloyd Web…

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First Look at the Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre Production of As You Like It by Hannah Vine

The production officially opens July 11 at the outdoor venue.

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John LeMesurier Tribute Comes To Edinburgh Fringe by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Julian Dutton is to bring his one-man tribute to John LeMesurier to the Edinburgh Fringe 2018 prior to a UK Tour This post John LeMesurier Tribute Comes To Edinburgh Fringe f…

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Learning About Modern Indonesian Theatre with Dr. Cobina Gillitt by [email protected] (jdstokely)

By Michael Lueger. Dr. Cobina Gillitt joins the Theatre History Podcast to introduce us to the work of Putu Wijaya and his Teater Mandiri and to explain how modern Indonesian theatre has dev…

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FIRST-LOOK PHOTOS: Little Voice is back in the limelight at the Barn by Featured Content

Ahead of The Rise and Fall of Little Voice's opening tomorrow night (11 July 2018) at the Barn Theatre in Cirencester, you've got to check out our gallery of production photos of the cast in…

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Timothy Edward Kane and Scarlett Strallen lead cast for North American premiere of 'Nell Gwynn' by Kt Hawbaker

On Tuesday, Chicago Shakespeare Theater announced casting for the North American premiere of “Nell Gwynn” by Jessica Swale, which arrives in the city this fall after debuting at the Glob…

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Broadway in Bryant Park Commences with McPhee, SpongeBob, and More by Mark A. Robinson

Broadway in Bryant Park, the exciting series of summer concerts aimed at the Broadway lover in us all, will commence with its first event this Thursday, July 12. Audiences are encouraged to …

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EXCLUSIVE: Jason Robert Brown Breaks Down His Salsa Jam ‘Melinda’ by Ruthie Fierberg

The three-time Tony winner takes listeners “Inside the Album” of How We React and How We Recover in this exclusive video series.

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Court Theatre picks a new executive director outside the theater world by Chris Jones

The Court Theatre — the long-established Chicago theater in residence at the University of Chicago — has a new executive director from outside the theater industry. Court will announce T…

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Photo Throwback: Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade at a Benefit Party in 1983 by Walter McBride

Take a look back into BroadwayWorld's archives with this throwback from when Geoffrey Holder and Carmen De Lavallade attended a Benefit Party in 1983 Check out the photos below

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Hailey Kilgore and More Will Appear at ONCE ON THIS ISLAND Sings Ahrens and Flaherty by BroadwayWorld

As previously announced, the cast of the 2018 Tony Award-winning Best Musical Revival, Once On This Island, will appear at Feinstien's54 Below to perform songs from lyricist Lynn Ahrens and …

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Jeremy Jordan Joins American Son by Mark A. Robinson

Jeremy Jordan, the triple-threat performer who starred in Newsies and Bonnie & Clyde, is returning to Broadway in Christopher Demos-Brown’s new play American Son. Jordan will join the …

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‘Mesmerising hour of movement, theatre & circus’: PEEPSHOW – Underbelly Festival by Laura Kressly

Overall Peepshow is a thoroughly entertaining, often spectacular piece, just subversive enough and featuring a truly impressive cast of performers, who just leave you just enough time at the…

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Rosie Cava-Beale: ‘It’s an exciting time to be leaving drama school – so much is going on for women and diversity’ by Giverny Masso

Rosie Cava-Beale is making her professional debut straight out of drama school in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love at the Hope

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Check Out the Opening Night for the 2018 New York Musical Festival by Hannah Vine

The annual festival runs through August 5, showcasing original musicals, concerts, readings, and special events.

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Fringe Review: ‘The City Of…’ at Arena Stage Cradle by Peter Orvetti

“The City Of…” at Capital Fringe, by Matthew Capodicasa and based on a short story by Argentine magical realist Jorge Luis Borges, is a funny, creepy, scary, and thought-provoking hour…

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ME AND MY GIRL Chichester Festival Theatre by Libby Purves and Friends

OH WHAT A TREAT… OI!             The sun has got his hat on,  England’s in the semi-final under a chap with a proper waistcoat, and Noel Gay’s 1937 musical is a great big,…

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British Protesters Get 'American Idiot' To Top of Charts in Honor of Trump's Visit by Stephanie Wild

In 2010, President Trump saw the Broadway musical 'American Idiot,' based on the Green Day album by the same name. He called the show an 'amazing theatrical experience' on Twitter. What he d…

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‘The only credit to come out of this mess of a musical is the singing’: KNIGHTS OF THE ROSE – Arts Theatre by Anne Cox

With plastic swords and rubber mezzanine set – complete with safety rails – that wobbled as it lurched from one scene change to another, the only credit to come out of this mess of a mus…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Fuse News: “The Rabbi Goes West” by Bill Marx

“Our film has community and spirituality,” says Amy Geller. “It also has conflict.”

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VIDEO: Andrew Rannells Reveals How the Cast of THE BOYS IN THE BAND Remain Professional & More on THE LATE SHOW by TV News Desk

THE BOYS IN THE BAND star Andrew Rannells tells Stephen Colbert how he and co-star Jim Parsons are finding ways to keep the run interesting, on and off the stage on The Late Show with Stephe…

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Thyestes, Avignon Festival — the darkest of fairy tales

Eeriness is the order of the day in Thomas Jolly’s staging of Seneca’s tragedy

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Jeremy Jordan Will Return to Broadway in American Son, Starring Kerry Washington & Steven Pasquale by Lindsey Sullivan

Talk about seizing the day! Newsies Tony nominee Jeremy Jordan will take on his first role in a Broadway play this season in American Son. He completes the company as Officer Paul Larkin and…

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#TheatreNews What a joy! All-female cast announced for @UnexpectedLDN at @SwkPlay this September including @show_jo & @songstressmel21

Here come the ladies! Casting has been announced for the all-female, European Premiere of UNEXPECTED JOY! The show, about three generations of female singers, will play at the Southwark Play…

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Review: "Hair" at Berkshire Theatre Group by Mark G Auerbach

Westfield News Group review: Berkshire Theatre Group's "Hair". The bold, daring, groovy, “make love not war” musical that introduced Broadway to the rock idiom, is getting a high-octane …

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An Interview with Dina Janis of Dorset Theatre Festival by Victoria Myers

Southern Vermont is currently experiencing a theatrical renaissance, helmed by Dorset Theatre Festival’s Dina Janis. Since becoming Dorset’s Artistic Director eight years ago, Dina has r…

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The Battle of the Bands... by JK

As many of you know, I love finding trends in a Broadway season. From actual trends like the proliferation of jukebox musicals and the "American Idol-ization" of musicals to fun "coincidence…

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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Collaborates With Julie's Bicycle To Create Creative Green Certified Tour of SWAN LAKE by BroadwayWorld

New Adventures has announced a ground-breaking collaboration with Julie's Bicycle to pilot a new Creative Green certification for the touring sector.

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BWW's On This Day - July 10, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 10 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Breaking: Broadway, Here He Comes! Jeremy Jordan Joins Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale & More in AMERICAN SON by BroadwayWorld

Broadway, here he comesTony and Grammy Award nominee Jeremy Jordan Supergirl, Newsies joins previously announced stars Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale and Eugene Lee in the Broadway premie…

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‘Points towards a possible way forward through all this pain’: FAT JEWELS – Hope Theatre by Ian Foster

Joseph Skelton’s writing in Fat Jewels layers in a dark vein of comedy which adds an additionally discomfiting level but crucially, it also points towards a possible way forward through al…

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‘Supergirl’s Jeremy Jordan Rounds Out Cast Of Broadway’s ‘American Son’; Joins Kerry Washington & Steven Pasquale by Greg Evans

Jeremy Jordan (Supergirl, Smash) will round out the Broadway cast of this fall’s American Son, joining the previously announced stars Kerry Washington (Scandal) and Steven Pasquale (R…

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Jeremy Jordan to star in ‘American Son’ on Broadway this fall by Caitlin Huston

Jeremy Jordan will star in the Broadway premiere of “American Son” alongside Kerry Washington, Steven Pasquale and Eugene Lee. Jordan will play the role of Officer Paul Larkin in…

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, July 10, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: SpongeBob to Close Sept. 16, Investigation Opened into Death of “Chicago” Standby Jeff Loeffelholz, Diana Rigg Annoyed by Lauren Ambrose’s Schedule, and This Week’s…

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Ten must-read books for actors by Samantha Marsden

If you don’t have the time or money for acting courses, one of these books can help aspiring, or even experienced, actors

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Who Were the Schuyler Sisters? Fact and Fiction in ‘Hamilton’ by L.m. Elliott

One of the myriad things Lin-Manuel Miranda does so beautifully in Hamilton: An American Musical is his portrayal of the profound symbiosis among the Schuyler Sisters: Angelica, Eliza, AND P…

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World-premiere 'Blackbird' from Aerial Dance Chicago, the only company doing this kind of work by Lauren Warnecke

On the heels of its 20th anniversary, Aerial Dance Chicago presents “Blackbird,” an ambitious full-length work highlighting the company’s signature blend of contemporary dance and aeri…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Jeremy Jordan to Return to Broadway Opposite Kerry Washington and Steven Pasquale in American Son by Ryan McPhee

Kenny Leon directs the Christopher Demos-Brown play, which will begin performances October 6.

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FIRST LOOK: As You Like It, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo First look production images by Jane Hobson of Max Webster’s production of William Shakespeare’s As You Like It at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. This grea…

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Me and My Girl review – understudy triumphs in sparkling musical by Natalie Haynes

Chichester Festival theatre Jokes aplenty, catchy songs and a cleverly staged production – there’s much to enjoy as Matt Lucas’s stand-in, Ryan Pidgen, and Caroline Quentin shine Danie…

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How One of the Little Rascals Became a High Fashion Model by Trav S.D.

Born July 10, 1925, Mildred Kornman is the little sister of Mary Kornman, one of the principal stars of Hal Roach’s Our Gang series during its silent period. Mildred appeared as a non-…

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Jeremy Wright named new culture secretary by Matthew Eames

Jeremy Wright has been named culture secretary as part of a cabinet reshuffle that sees Matt Hancock become health secretary. Wright takes

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Fleabag’s Vicky Jones: ‘After #MeToo, I feel people are more ready to talk about my debut play The One’ by Holly Williams

The One is returning to Soho Theatre. Author Vicky Jones – who, with Phoebe Waller-Bridge, make up the team behind Fleabag –

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The Daughter of the Regiment review at Opera House, Buxton – ‘style and panache’ by George Hall

In its original version, Donizetti’s The Daughter of the Regiment is a light comedy with a military background: Marie, abandoned on the

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MGCfutures Bursary Programme Opens Applications For The Third Year by BroadwayWorld

Artistic Director of MGC, Michael Grandage today announces the third annual MGCfutures Bursary Programme is now open for applications and in addition, a special gala performance of The Lieut…

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Guest Blog: Nathan Knowles On Circa's PEEPSHOW by Guest Blog: Nathan Knowles

Nathan Knowles talks circus and Circa's PEEPSHOW

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John Cage’s “Music Circus” at Alte Oper Frankfurt, Germany by Blouin Artinfo

John Cage’s “Music Circus” will be on stage at Alte Oper Frankfurt, Germany. It is part of Music Festival Atmospheres. Titus Engel is the music director.What happens when maximum anarc…

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‘You can sit back & smile from ear to ear’: ME AND MY GIRL – Chichester ★★★★★ by Matt Merritt

In Sheffield Daniel Evans made a name for himself with dazzling musicals that were, for all the razzamatazz, full of heart and he’s done the same here, taking a show so familiar and findin…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

“Porgy and Bess” at ENO, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Porgy and Bess” will be on stage at ENO, London.The music has been composed by George Gershwin, DuBose and Dorothy Heyward, and Ira Gershwin. Bess’ love for Porgy saves her from her d…

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Review: Falstaff, Royal Opera House by Dan Rubins

The real live horse onstage in the Royal Opera House’s revival of Robert Carsen’s 2012 production of Verdi’s glorious final The post Review: Falstaff, Royal Opera House appeared first …

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Review: Ouroboros, King’s Head Theatre by Lara Domke

Ouroboros is a symbol of a snake biting its own tail in order to create a circle with its own The post Review: Ouroboros, King’s Head Theatre appeared first on A Younger Theatre.

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“Consent” at Harold Pinter Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Consent” is currently on stage at Harold Pinter Theatre, London.Nina Raine’s critically-acclaimed “Consent,” makes a timely and triumphant transfer to the Harold Pinter Theatre fo…

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FIRST LOOK: Katherine Kingsley and Rufus Hound in Dusty UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Dusty, the new Dusty Springfield musical starring Katherine Kingsley and Rufus Hound is now on tour and we are pleased to bring you these great first look production photos b…

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The Stage Debut Award winners: One year on – where are they now? by Nick Clark

The Stage Debut Awards are back for 2018. Nick Clark caught up with 2017’s winners over brunch at Theatreland restaurant Joe Allen

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Actor Melissa Johns: ‘My first job taught me how to deal with frustration and move on’ by John Byrne

My first professional acting audition was in July 2012 for a play called The Prize, to be performed at Live Theatre, Newcastle

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Dance teacher Lisa Fernandez Adams: ‘Be true to your creativity: don’t mimic, create’ by John Byrne

The dance teacher and head of performing arts at Richard Taunton Sixth Form College in Southampton talks to John Byrne about her

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

“Mefistofele” at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Mefistofele” will be on stage at The Metropolitan Opera House, New York.The spectacular Robert Carsen production returns to The Metropolitan Opera House for the first time since 2000, w…

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Brief 7/10: Kara Lindsay Returns to BEAUTIFUL, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Kara Lindsay will return to Beautiful The Carole King Musical tonight, and more

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Across The Pond: WATCH - #Broadway Superstars record "We Are The World" to remind us that we're all in this together!

In tough times, there's nothing like a bit of music to remind you that everything is going to be ok. The Broadway community came together to record a version of "We Are The World" to call fo…

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Camden Fringe Featured Show: Venezuelan Gustavo Ott’s Your Molotov Kisses gets UK premiere at Etcetera Theatre by Featured Content

Do you like your fringe theatre to be provocative and grotesque? Your Molotov Kisses will not disappoint. Written by award-winning Venezuelan writer Gustavo Ott, the premiere of this new Bri…

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‘It soars as a fantastic ensemble piece’: FLESH & BONE – Soho Theatre by Laura Kressly

Flesh & Bone is a delight to behold the entire way through with each scene a snapshot of the daily life of a community that deserves more credit than it gets. It soars as a fantastic en…

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The Green Room: What do you look for in a director? 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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‘Chicago’ harassment investigation to take place in next two weeks by Caitlin Huston

Judd Burstein, the independent investigator looking into claims of harassment at “Chicago” after the death of a cast member, plans to finish his investigation in the next two weeks. Burs…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Me and My Girl review at Chichester Festival Theatre – ‘a dazzling revival’ by Bella Todd

Daniel Evans’ latest big summer musical has a lot in common with Chichester Festival Theatre’s 2016 hit Half a Sixpence. A working

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Review: Saul Williams at the Roundhouse by William Drew

He wants to be heard: William Drew responds to American poet and rapper Saul Williams' appearance at The Last Word Festival. The post Review: Saul Williams at the Roundhouse appeared first o…

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“Mamma Mia” Sequel Film Set to Debut by Blouinartinfo

Ten years after the original film, “Mamma Mia” is coming back with the sequel “Here We Go Again!” this summer.Directed by Ol Parker, the musical romantic comedy includes Amanda Seyfr…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Asian Film Fest at Lincoln Center by Blouinartinfo

The Film Society of Lincoln Center and Subway Cinema have announced the 17th edition of the New York Asian Film Festival (NYAFF). The festival goes through July 29.The exhaustive selection o…

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On the Couch with Danita Weatherstone by Arts Review

Who is Danita Weatherstone? I am a dreamer. An old soul. A terrible speller and a huge fan of the band Queen. I love travel, camping, horse riding and bush walks. I have a wonderful family t…

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“Candelaria — A Cuban Summer” at York Kinos, Berlin by Blouinartinfo

At a time when Cuba was going through a special period, an elderly couple in their seventies, Candelaria (Veronica Lynn) and Victor Hugo (Alden Knight), live out their days discovering that …

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“Everybody’s Talking About Jamie” comes to Peckhamplex London by Blouinartinfo

West End musical “Everybody's Talking About Jamie” is about a 16-year-old-boy from Sheffield who wants to be a drag queen. The musical was inspired by a BBC Three documentary “Jamie: D…

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Andrzej Lukowski: Football’s coming home (and to the theatre) by Andrzej Lukowski

I’m sure everyone has noticed this by now, but football’s coming home. And in certain respects the theatre world is not terribly

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Rob Halliday: As Bill Brohn showed, orchestrators perform a special kind of magic by Rob Halliday

Perhaps stage wizardry only seems like magic if you can’t figure out how it’s done. And to some, theatrical lighting may feel

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Prime Day Deal Reveal: The Comedy About A Bank Robbery

Diamonds are a crook's best friend, and discounts are a Londoner's best friend. As a part of London Theatre Direct's Amazon Prime Day deals, you'll be able to save up to 50% when you book T…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Vahid Jalilvand’s “No Date, No Signature” at Film Forum, New York by Blouinartinfo

Iranian cinema continues to draw large audiences at festivals, and Vahid Jalilvand’s second feature “No Date, No Signature” (Bedoune Tarikh, Bedoune Emza) has won critical acclaim at t…

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“Champions” at Le Brady, Paris by Blouinartinfo

Javier Fesser’s feel-good comedy-drama “Champions” (Campeones) is about a basketball team made up of people with disabilities and is currently riding high at the Spanish box office. Th…

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“Dick Whittington” at Lyric Hammersmith, London by Blouin Artinfo

“Dick Whittington” will be on stage at Lyric Hammersmith, London. The play is written by Jude Christian and Cariad Lloyd.As per the Lyric Hammersmith website, this year, “Dick Whitting…

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Frederick Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” at Komische Oper Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

Frederick Loewe’s “My Fair Lady” is currently on stage at Komische Oper Berlin.The musical is presented in two acts. The musical is in German and the runtime of the musical is 3 hours …

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Making Dreams a Reality: Cobweb Dreams by Lindsay Price

Cobweb Dreams by Lindsay Price is a fun-filled fantasy that runs parallel to the events of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream. Available in full length or one-act versions, this m…

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The Bold Type Stars Talk Social Issues, Zodiac Signs, & More by Young Hollywood

The Bold Type Stars Talk Social Issues, Zodiac Signs, & MoreThe lovely Katie Stevens returns to the Young Hollywood Studio, this time with her co-star Sam Page in tow to dish on all things S…

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The Bold Type Cast Gives The Ultimate Dating Advice by Young Hollywood

The Bold Type Cast Gives The Ultimate Dating Advice"The Bold Type" stars Katie Stevens and Sam Page are hanging out in the Young Hollywood Studio giving out some sage dating advice! Hear the…

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Tuesday, July 10, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

International residencies inspire South Australian artists by Arts Review

For the first time in Kaleidoscope history, ten South Australian emerging artists will be exhibiting artworks inspired by residencies from all over the world at the Light Square Gallery from…

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Moulin Rouge! Musical Begins Boston World Premiere Before Broadway Bow by Ryan McPhee

The stage adaptation of the Baz Luhrmann film, starring Karen Olivo and Aaron Tveit, marks the reopening of Boston’s historic Colonial Theatre.

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Kara Lindsay Returns to Broadway’s Beautiful July 10 by Ryan McPhee

The Newsies and Wicked alum steps back into the role of Cynthia Weil.

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Kara Lindsay Returns to Broadway’s Beautiful July 12 by Ryan McPhee

The Newsies and Wicked alum steps back into the role of Cynthia Weil.

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North Shore Music Theatre’s Peter Pan Begins July 10 by Andrew Gans

Bob Richard directs the family favorite in Beverly, Massachusetts.

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5 Plays by Emerging Playwrights to Catch in NYC This Summer by Playbill Staff

Corkscrew Theater Festival is back with a month-long lineup of bold new works by the next generation of theatremakers.

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Hedwig and the Angry Inch Star Miriam Shor on How to Direct Television by Ruthie Fierberg

The actor and director reveals the step-by-step process of directing the July 10 episode of the hit series starring Sutton Foster.

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