Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

The Book of Daniel From Silverchair to DREAMS by Arts Review

When Silverchair shuddered to a halt in 2011, there was no swan song, no farewell tour, just a brief statement and then they were gone – after more than fifteen years of brilliant musi…

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Kennedy Center Honors 2018: Sunday’s complete list of performers celebrating Cher, Reba McEntire, ‘Hamilton,’ Philip Glass, Wayne Shorter by Chris Beachum

Four more artists were added to the four-decade tradition of Kennedy Center Honors in Washington, D.C. on Sunday. The 41st annual program, which will air December 26 on CBS, also celebrated …

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Cher, Reba McEntire and 'Hamilton' creators shine at Kennedy Center Honors

Cher, Reba McEntire, and the creators of the Broadway musical "Hamilton" -- superstars of the entertainment world -- gathered in Washington on Sunday to enter the ranks of highly celebrated …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, December 3, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: 5th Avenue Theatre Cancels Performance of “Annie,” “Cher” & “Network” Open this Week, Chat with “The Book of Merman” Star Carly Sa…

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Disability Internships announced across key NSW Creative Institutions by Arts Review

NSW’s creative institutions are set to broaden their horizons as they welcome aboard the ten NSW artists and practitioners selected as part of the Createability Internship Program, announc…

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Review: ‘The Hello Girls’ Answered the Call in World War I by Laura Collins-Hughes

A new musical illuminates the obscure history of American women who were recruited to the Signal Corps in Europe. It’s rather thrilling, until Act 2.

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Critic’s Pick: Review: Reliving a Childhood Interrupted in ‘The Tricky Part’ by Ben Brantley

Martin Moran’s radiant memoir of a play recalls an experience of sexual abuse with a sense of luminous mystery.

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Mark Beer: ‘We need to integrate disabled actors in film and TV and stage, and until we get to that point I won’t stop’ by Giverny Masso

Mark Beer was one of the first disabled actors to be cast in a mainstream TV role and one of the first

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

On Kennedy Center Honors red carpet, Cher shares what she would’ve said to Trump if he attended: ‘Go away’ by Emily Heil

Honorees and their A-list pals warmed up for the big show on what turned out to be a starry night.

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In the Moment: ‘Indecent’ at Arena Stage by David Siegel

“Why must every Jew on stage be a paragon?” A key question asked without bombast by one of the fictional characters created by playwright Paula Vogel for Indecent, her daring stage play…

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THE TRICKY PART - Talkin' Broadway's Review by James Wilson

When The Tricky Part, Martin Moran’s lacerating solo show about child sex abuse, debuted in 2003, the nation was still reeling from The Boston Globe’s Roman Catholic church exposé publish…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: Company XIV's Erotically Elegant NUTCRACKER ROUGE Heats Up The Holiday Season by Michael Dale

Since family-friendly entertainments tend to dominate the holiday performing arts scene, it's especially cheery that for the past nineyears that scandalous crew called Company XIV has been o…

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Review: ‘Les Misérables: School Edition’ at Ovations Theatre by Allie Press

At a time when we are marching for our rights, a show like Les Misérables feels only too appropriate. If you don’t hear the people sing, then you have cotton in your ears. The outstanding…

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Review: ‘A Civil War Christmas: An American Musical Celebration’ at 1st Stage by Chuck Leonard

A Civil War Christmas at 1st Stage is a strong addition to plays that connect with the holiday season. Playwright Paula Vogel embraces and examines provocative themes in this piece, looking …

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Hype Man at The Flea **** by Barry Gordin

Captivating take on race and friendship in the world of hip-hop extended thru December 18. By:  Patrick Christiano December 1, 2018:  Idris Goodwin’s HYPE MAN: a break beat play conti…

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THE PROM: Give This Musical a Big Kiss! by Peter Filichia

Maybe THE PROM should change its name to THE KISS. Television history was made on Thanksgiving Day by two actresses...Continue Reading The post THE PROM: Give This Musical a Big Kiss! appear…

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The Hello Girls: Perky, Pertinent World War I Musical Is Welcome by David Finkle

★★★★ Songwriter Peter Mills and Prospect Theater Company celebrate pioneering Great War telephone operators The post The Hello Girls: Perky, Pertinent World War I Musical Is Welcome …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Bob Bartlett Productions’ ‘The Accident Bear’ at The Avenue Laundromat by Charles Green

The Accident Bear is an unusual play, staged in an even more unusual location. Written by Bob Bartlett and directed by Jay Brock, it is set in a laundromat and is performed at The Avenue Lau…

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Violent clowns and panto dames: the origins of Rocky Horror’s Frank-N-furter by Arts Review

Dr Frank-N-furter, the snappy alpha-alien who stars in The Rocky Horror (Picture) Show, is one of the most memorable characters to grace the stage and screen in recent decades. In his castle…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Lin-Manuel Miranda Talks Bringing HAMILTON to Puerto Rico on CBS Sunday Morning by Stage Tube

Lin-Manuel Miranda is gearing up to bring Hamilton to Puerto Rico, on top of his various other projects. He chatted with CBS Sunday Morning recently about what it's like to be bringing the s…

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VIDEO: Watch the All New Trailer For BBC's LES MISERABLES Series by Stage Tube

BBC One has released the all new trailer for its upcoming Les Miserables series, coming soon to PBS.

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Performance of ANNIE at 5th Avenue Theatre Cancelled Due to 'Security Threat' by Stephanie Wild

Today's 130pm performance of Annie at 5th Avenue Theatre was cancelled, according to a tweet from the company. They advised patrons to call tomorrow morning to request refunds or exchanges.

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NEWS: Ten years on, Tabard Theatre revives Clive King’s Stig of the Dump for Christmas by Featured Content

Ten years after it first ran in Chiswick, the stage adaptation of the late Clive King's much-loved children's literary classic Stig of the Dump returns to London's Tabard Theatre for a stric…

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Life x 3

Life x 3 Off Off Broadway, New Light Theater Project at Urban Stages Reviewed by Ed Malin BOTTOM LINE: A tumultuous evening presented three different ways, inviting reflection on the need …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Circus Bella takes Treasure Island by Leslie Katz

In “Kaleidoscope,” the new Circus Bella show under a big tent on Treasure Island, clown Sara Moore balances a broom on her hand and has an amusing bit chasing the » The post Circus …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Exclusive Photo Coverage: COME FROM AWAY Cast Gets Merry and Bright for Carols For A Cure! by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Below, check out exclusive photos of the cast of Come From Away as they record their track, 'The Seven Joys Mary.'

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How 3 Actors Overcame Trump’s Travel Ban to Take the New York Stage by Michael Paulson

Two Iranians and a Syrian were allowed entry to perform “The Jungle,” a play about refugees, after urgings by Sting and an ex-archbishop of Canterbury.

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Not Sure Ethel Would Approve: A Review of The Book of Merman at Flying Elephant Productions by Noel Schecter

There are just not enough laughs to sustain the premise of this self-consciously Mormon-centered musical.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)


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Ghostlight Records Releases “HUNDRED DAYS” Cast Album by Michael J. Roberts

GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS has announced the release of Hundred Days, the original cast recording of the critically acclaimed new musical, on CD [...] The post Ghostlight Records Releases R…

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Book Review: “America, The Farewell Tour” — Has Our Ship Already Sailed? by Ed Meek

America the Farewell Tour and American Pyschosis are well worth taking to heart -- both to provide provocative perspective on what is happening and to spur us into action.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Play on a treadmill raises urgent questions by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Powerful direction and design choices, a committed solo performance and well-advised brevity make a strong impact.

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Coming Attractions: December 2 Through 18 — What Will Light Your Fire by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

‘The Favourite’ Shines on a Quiet Box-Office Weekend by Brooks Barnes

Showing in just 34 theaters, “The Favourite” had early results in line with two of last year’s Oscar-season hits, “Lady Bird” and “The Shape of Water.”

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Review: What The Constitution Means To Me by New York Theater

She says she’s been working on it for ten years, but you could argue that Heidi Schreck’s extraordinary show about the United States Constitution – funny and infuriated, analytical and…

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How To Prep A Staff For An Organizational Pivot by Rob Orchard, Susan Medak

By Rob Orchard, Susan Medak. Susie Medak, managing director of Berkeley Rep Theatre, talks to Rob Orchard about how to best prep staff for a major leadership change, how an outgoing artistic…

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Chicago Dance Review: Christopher Wheeldon’s THE NUTCRACKER (The Joffrey Ballet) by Lawrence Bommer

TAKING ANOTHER CRACK: AN UPDATE ON MARIE AND THE GREAT IMPRESARIO No matter how many times you see it, you will ALWAYS be amazed by the gorgeous Nutcracker that Christopher Wheeldon imagin…

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Domestic Import: A Review of Familiar at Steppenwolf Theatre by Erin Shea Brady

Star of Broadway and MCU alike, Danai Gurira ("Eclipsed") turns her talents back to playwriting with this portrait of an intergenerational immigrant family negotiating the expectations of tr…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

“The Lifespan of a Fact” at Studio 54 by Richard Seff

Take three playwrights, each making his Broadway debut, to write a play. Have them base it on a published book and essay by two other writers which described a real event. Mix thoroughly; th…

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This Week on Broadway for December 2, 2018: The Hello Girls @ 59e59 and Downstairs by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss The Illusionists Magic of the Holidays, Primary Stages Downstairs by Theresa Rebeck, Wild Goose Dreams @ Public Theater, Eve…

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‘Achieves an excellent balance between old & new’: Wendy & Peter Pan – Edinburgh ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Old and new collide in Wendy & Peter Pan, a beautifully staged Lyceum Christmas production that combines originality with fidelity to the spirit of a much-loved classic.

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BWW TV: School Days- Broadway Stars Tell Us About Their Favorite High School Roles! by BroadwayWorld TV

They might be big time, Tony-winning, ovation-getting, Broadway superstars now, but all actors started somewhere. Before they were treading the boards of Broadway, they starred in their high…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Step into the Sun by Darryl Reilly

Pink’s “Perfect” was the exhilarating finale of singer Christopher Caswell’s vivacious cabaret act, "Step into the Sun." Fourteen eclectic, mostly unconventional numbers were perform…

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Meryl Streep Talks Trump, ‘A Star Is Born’ for ‘An Evening With Stephen Colbert’ by Cynthia Littleton

On a rainy Saturday in New Jersey, Meryl Streep expressed her admiration for “A Star is Born” and “The Rider” as well as “First Reformed” and her aversion to Pres…

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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Dec. 2 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, December 2, 2018 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

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Upcoming Non-Equity Auditions Sunday, Dec. 2 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Non-Equity Auditions from Sunday, December 2, 2018 for productions in your area and around the country.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Video Flashback: Kerry Butler Stars in Detergent Commercial in 1974 by Stage Tube

Many of our favorite Broadway stars have gotten their starts doing commercials, but it's rare that those appearances are still floating around the internet today. Kerry Butler was met with a…

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Broadway at the Cabaret: Santino Fontana, George Salazar & Joe Iconis, Liz Callaway, & More by BroadwayWorld

What good is sitting alone in your room this week If you don't already have plans to see a Broadway show, come out to see your favorite Broadway stars in a cabaret act instead. Highlight…

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Big Apple Circus by Barry Gordin

Award winning acts at Lincoln Center thru January 17. December 1, 2018: The renowned Big Apple Circus is back in town under a big top at Lindon Center’s Damrosch Park for the Holiday Seas…

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Album Review: Alfie Boe’s As Time Goes By by Ian Foster

Alfie Boe’s As Time Goes By makes for a hugely enjoyable listen, infused with passion and a thrilling musicality that should see it stuffed into many a stocking come 25 December.

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

THE OTHER JOSH COHEN's Hannah Elless Will Take Over Instagram Today! by Jeffrey Vizcaino

Go behind the scenes of Off-Broadway's The Other Josh Cohen with Hannah Elless, as she takes over the BroadwayWorld Instagram today, December 2nd Follow along as Elless takes you behind the …

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And the Tweets Go On: Our Favorite Tweets From The Pop Goddess, Cher! by Jeffrey Vizcaino

In honor of The Cher Show's opening tonight, a show that traces the life and music of Cher herself, I thought I would look back at the best of her twitter legacy I've picked some of my favor…

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The Creators of HAMILTON Will Receive Kennedy Center Honors Today by Stephanie Wild

Today, December 2, the creators of Hamilton, including writer and actor Lin-Manuel Miranda, director Thomas Kail, choreographer Andy Blankenbuehler, and music director Alex Lacamoire, will r…

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Ralegh: The Treason trial review – out of favour and up for the chop by Kate Maltby

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, LondonThis atmospheric recreation of Sir Walter Raleigh’s show trial set off many modern echoes and featured strong performances from Simon Paisley Day and Nathali…

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VIDEO: Alec Baldwin's Trump Sings 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' on Saturday Night Live by Stage Tube

Last night's Saturday Night Live cold open brought the return of Alec Baldwin's Donald Trump. The sketch ends with Baldwin's Trump singing a hilarious rendition of Don't Cry For Me Argentina.

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Closing Time! Last Chance to See Summer, Springsteen & More by Eric King

New York theater audiences are preparing to say goodbye to two fabulous leading ladies, a mega rockstar in his Broadway debut, a disco diva's bio musical, several buzzy off-Bro…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Hack the Holidays- 5 Secret Traditions You Can Start Now by Victoria Cairl

Every year from late November to New Year’s Day, we are faced with the holiday season. For some, this time of year is welcomed with open arms. For others, there’s a certain shade of blue…

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Hamilton and Holiday Show Sale by New York Theater

The discount deals below are in effect from now through December 8, 2018. HAMILTON & HOLIDAY SHOW TICKETS SALE! Get $30 off orders $300+ using code HAMILTON30 WINTER SALE! Get $20 off or…

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BWW's On This Day - December 2, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 2 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Playwright Lynn Nottage: ‘We are a country that has lost our narrative’ by Sarah Crompton

As Sweat opens in London, the only female dramatist to win two Pulitzers talks about America’s left-behind, her intensive research – and why she’s writing about Michael Jackson nextIt…

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Icon review – Antony Gormley's amazing feat of dancing, churning clay by Lyndsey Winship

Sadler s Wells, LondonGöteborgsOperans Danskompani paired the sculptor with choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui for this thrilling piece exploring how we mould and remould ourselvesSculptor …

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R.I.P. Ken Berry, Star of Tap and TV by Trav S.D.

Sometimes a sad death moves a much-delayed profile to the top of the queue prematurely. So it is with Ken Berry, who passed away yesterday at the age of 85. A likable light comedian and a su…

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The future of theatre? Matthew Robins on creating music video for Bush Theatre’s Drip by Erin Cobby

Erin Cobby talks to composer, Matthew Robins about his collaboration with Boundless Theatre and Script Club on a stop motion music video for Hull based show, Drip at Bush Theatre. The trend …

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Cabaret Diva Bridget Everett Wants to Wrap Her Legs Around America by David Cote

'When you’re starting out in New York, you have to grab them by the balls and make them hear you.'

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Magic Mike Live at the Hippodrome Casino by Emma Clarendon

Channing Tatum’s stage version inspired by the hit Magic Mike films arrives in London. But what have critics had to say about it?

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Bob Seger delivers a memorable farewell concert to his St. Louis fans by Daniel Durchholz Special To The Post-Dispatch

Friday’s concert made good on Seger’s October 2017 date, which was postponed so he could undergo spinal surgery.

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'A Christmas Story' is warmly charming by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Comedy at the Rep is based on 1983 film.

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Bush family ties run deep in St. Louis by Jeremy Kohler St. Louis Post-Dispatch

George H. W. Bush's mother was from a prominent St. Louis family.

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Review: Jeannie, Finborough Theatre by Hilary Webb

This December, Nicolette Kay revives Aimée Stuart’s quick-witted play for its first run since 1940. Jeannie, currently underway at the Finborough Theatre, tells the story of a fiery and f…

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Feuding Theatre Owners In San Francisco Can’t Stop Dear Evan Hansen Or The Harry Potter Play, Judge Rules by Artsjournal2

This story has it all: Feuding theatre owners who used to be allies, Harry Potter, and highly juicy details about the Broadway touring business – and a judgment that allows a show to g…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Behind the scenes: Check out photos & video from Just So rehearsals at the Barn by Press Releases

We're counting down to the opening of the Barn Theatre's much-anticipated, actor-musician revival of Stiles & Drewe's 1984 family musical Just So. After early rehearsals in London, the …

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‘You can’t help but be entertained’: SEUSSICAL – Southwark Playhouse ★★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Seussical is a bundle of feelgood fun that also incorporates some important and relatable themes, all set to a terrific score with a dazzling backdrop – Marc Pickering’s performance stea…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: DICK WHITTINGTON, Lyric Hammersmith by Fraser Macdonald

It's been a decade since the Lyric Hammersmith theatre first brought a panto to their local faithful. Following plucky young hero Dick Whittington, Londoners can expect a heartwarming story …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

PHOTOS: Sneak a peek into rehearsals for The Boy Under the Christmas Tree by Featured Content

Jamie Loxton, Daniel Grice and Sam Sheldon star in the world premiere of Glenn Chandler's The Boy Under the Christmas Tree at the King's Head Theatre this Christmas. Can you tell from the ph…

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The week in theatre: A Christmas Carol; Angelo; Philip Pullman’s Grimm Tales – review by Susannah Clapp

Chickenshed; Little Angel; Unicorn, LondonThree festive shows for young and old serve up Dickens with attitude, ticklish puppets and Philip Pullman’s grisly Grimms’ fairytalesThe future …

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The Unknown Soldier review – when ballet loses its way by Luke Jennings

Royal Opera House, LondonAlastair Marriott’s new work underlines the difficulties of translating the horrors of trench warfare into danceLast week the Royal Ballet presented a triple bill,…

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Billionaire Boy review – bring on the Mintybumfresh by Clare Brennan

NST City, SouthamptonJon Brittain’s musical adaptation of David Walliams’s tale of Joe Spud, the richest boy in the country, has plenty to sing aboutDavid Walliams’s book titles give m…

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Supper Club: The C-Word by Arts Review

Supper Club: The C-Word was an evening facilitated by artist Dan Koop as part of the Mere Mortals program curated by Arts House. Mere Mortals was a series of nine works, “that expand the …

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Sunday, December 2, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tai Asks Why is a podcast that get to the heart of big questions

The series’ young host asks questions that adult presenters might shy away from

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Remembering Goldilocks by Mark Robinson

When a musical flops, it hurts, especially when it has a score that is fun and infectious, superseding a troubled book that doesn’t quite create the structure needed to make the whole pi…

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See Katy Perry, Cher, Hillary Clinton and More Visit Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

See who stopped by the Great White Way this fall.

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Hamilton Creators Lin-Manuel Miranda, Andy Blankenbuehler, Alex Lacamoire, Thomas Kail Receive Special Kennedy Center Honors December 2 by Andrew Gans

Cher, Reba McEntire, and more are also celebrated at the 41st annual ceremony in Washington, D.C.

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Jose Llana, Yuka Takara, More Are Part Corner of Chinatown and Broadway Gala Celebrating Flower Drum Song by Andrew Gans

Baayork Lee and Richard Jay-Alexander direct the December 2 event benefiting the National Asian Artists Project.

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Meet Playwright Jeremy O. Harris, Making His Mark With 2 World Premieres Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Harris debuts Slave Play at New York Theatre Workshop and Daddy"at the Vineyard, while still a third-year student at Yale.

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