Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Analogue Art in a Digital World by Arts Review

Revealing how artists are finding new content in digital media and how technology has altered the nature of analogue art practices, RMIT Gallery presents Analogue Art in a Digital World on…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Clarissant by Lara Altunian

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Family Strife, Motherhood & Hope In Theatre Lab’s Tar Beach by Bill Hirschman

The emotional cauterizing of an already withdrawn teenager by a family dynamic of furious fights and fierce sibling rivalry forms the core of Tammy Ryan’s Tar Beach, receiving a sensitive …

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The Coming Back Out Ball Movie by Arts Review

The Coming Back Out Ball Movie is an observational feature documentary that follows a group of older LGBTIQ+ people – who have been invited to attend a Ball celebrating their gender an…

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Sugar Plum Fairy by Lara Altunian

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“Alabama Story” Will Do a Scriptease at Iowa Stage in Des Moines by Kenneth Jones

Iowa Stage Theatre Company, the resident professional theater in Des Moines, has added the six-actor drama Alabama Story by Kenneth Jones to its 2018-19 Scriptease series of concert readings…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Grosh Backdrops and Drapery: Bringing stories, recitals and more to life by Admin

When we think of the word “artist”, there are many pictures that come to mind. Artists span anywhere from music, to painting and moving right into dancing. The wide and wonderful…

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Kendall Feaver wins 2018 Philip Parsons Fellowship for Emerging Playwrights by Arts Review

Following a riveting Philip Parsons Memorial lecture from celebrated playwright, Alana Valentine, Belvoir has announced Kendall Feaver as the winner of the 2018 Philip Parsons Fellowship for…

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From D.C. to Broadway, Hollywood, TV and Back: Victor Raider-Wexler Returns to Washington in the Role of a Lifetime by Ravelle Brickman

The role of Otto in Paula Vogel’s Indecent—the Tony Award-winning play at Arena Stage—is an actor’s dream. The play, about a Yiddish melodrama that scandalized Broadway nearly a cent…

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Top 5 Shows of the Week by April Forrer

1. ‘Frosted’ by the British Players at Kensington Town Hall. “…the production is witty, entertaining, and quite enjoyable for both adults and children.” – John Boze…

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Richard Glover: The Land Before Avocado by Arts Review

The new book from the bestselling author of Flesh Wounds. A funny and frank look at the way Australia used to be – and just how far we have come. In The Land Before Avocado, Richard Glo…

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Broadway Producers, Dayna and Brian Lee and their cats, Kishka and Gravy by Told By Dayna and Brian Lee

Dayna and Brian Lee run a media company called AF Creative Media, that produces and creates work across all media, focusing on content digital and Broadway shows. On the Broadway side, they …

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, December 5, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “Torch Song” Announces Closing Earlier than Expected, Kanye Apologizes to “Cher Show,” Cast, Tony Winner Philip Bosco Passes Away “Today on BroadwayR…

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Review: ‘Christmas at the Old Bull & Bush’ at MetroStage by Julia L. Exline

Back by popular demand, MetroStage returns Christmas at the Old Bull & Bush for its 2018 holiday season. Written and directed by Catherine Flye, Christmas is reflective of British variet…

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Opera Review: ‘Pro Cantare Presents Handel’s Messiah’ at Jim Rouse Theatre by Susan Brall

Columbia’s Pro Cantare presented Handel’s Messiah on Sunday, December 2, 2018 at Jim Rouse Theatre at Wilde Lake High School with Frances Motyca Dawson, Conductor.  This wonderful and s…

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Watch This to present Sunday in the Park with George in 2019 by Arts Review

Inspired by George Seurat’s famous painting, A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, acclaimed Sondheim repertory company, Watch This, presents Stephen Sondheim and James …

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Video: Marissa Jaret Winokur Duets With Kermit the Frog on 'The Rainbow Connection' by Alexa Criscitiello

Tony Award-winner Marissa Jaret Winokur had a dream come true this week as the star cozied up to Kermit the Frog for a performance of his classic song, 'The Rainbow Connection' See their vid…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Don't Be Like Kanye at The Cher Show! Five Theater Etiquette Tips to Remember by Eric King

This is the year Kanye West kept getting himself in trouble with his phone, but at the Broadway opening of The Cher Show on December 3, it wasn't a rogue tweet about politics that p…

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Backstage at The Cher Show with Jarrod Spector, Episode 1: Welcome! by Broadway.com

Get to know Jarrod Spector and the stars of The Cher Show backstage at the Neil Simon Theatre!

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Review: Striking 12, Union Theatre by Suzannah Ball

There is no escaping the mandatory Christmas cheer that shall soon be, or perhaps already is, plaguing your day to day life. Although you may be filling with excitement the closer you get to…

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Broadway’s ‘Torch Song’ to Close in January by Michael Paulson

The revival of Harvey Fierstein’s Tony-winning play will mount a national tour with Michael Urie continuing in the lead role.

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R.I.P. Philip Bosco: Narrated the “Coney Island” Doc (Among a Sea of Other Credits) by Trav S.D.

Philip Bosco (b. 1930) passed away yesterday. We felt a special connection to this solid actor for many reasons. He narrated Ric Burns’ 1990 Coney Island documentary, and did voice-ove…

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Giant Installation Of Miss Trunchbull's Chair From RSC's MATILDA THE MUSICAL On Display In Covent Garden by BroadwayWorld

The Royal Shakespeare Company's Matilda The Musical has partnered with Covent Garden, the ultimate destination for a magical festive experience, to offer visitors a rare opportunity to sit i…

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True West review – Harington and Flynn star as Shepard's warring siblings by Michael Billington

Vaudeville, LondonKit Harington and Johnny Flynn are good, if slightly mismatched, as the brothers in Sam Shepard’s haunting playYou can see why Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn were drawn t…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: TRUE WEST, Vaudeville Theatre by Debbie Gilpin

When Sam Shepard's play True West made its New York debut back in 1980 it was something of a flop - since then, however, it has been recognised as an insightful piece of theatre, with the li…

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Torch Song Revival, Starring Michael Urie, Announces Broadway Closing by Mark Peikert

The acclaimed Harvey Fierstein play will launch a national tour in 2019.

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Broadway’s ‘Torch Song’ Sets Closing Date; Michael Urie To Tour by Greg Evans

Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song will end its Broadway run on Sunday, January 6, 2019 at the Hayes Theater before embarking on a national tour next fall with star Michael Urie reprising his Bro…

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Philip Bosco, Tony-Winning Original Star of Lend Me a Tenor & Longtime Broadway Veteran, Dies at 88 by Andy Lefkowitz

Philip Bosco, an acclaimed character actor whose almost five-decade career on Broadway netted five Tony nominations and a win for his turn in a now iconic comedy, died on December 3 at home …

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Conor Maynard of Kinky Boots by Broadway.com

Conor Maynard stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Kinky Boots and more with Ryan Lee Gilbert.

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Odds & Ends: School of Rock Cast Offers Heartfelt Message in New Anti-Bullying Video & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. The School of Rock Cast Offers Heartfelt Message in New Anti-Bullying Video The talents of Broadway's School of Rock&…

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Welcome to the Island! Michelle Williams Celebrates Her Broadway Bow in Once On This Island by Lindsey Sullivan

The Circle in the Square Theatre is jumpin', jumpin'! That's because Destiny's Child and Broadway alumna Michelle Williams is now playing Erzulie in the Tony-winning revival …

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Torch Song to End Broadway Run Early; National Tour to Star Michael Urie by Lindsey Sullivan

Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song will end its run at the Helen Hayes Theatre on January 6, 2019 instead of playing out its announced limited engagement through February 24, 2019. …

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Red Bucket Follies Raises Record-Breaking $6,113,301; HAMILTON Tour Is Top Fundraiser by BroadwayWorld

Equality, inclusion and joy permeated the performances at this year's poignant and record-breakingRed Bucket Follies. The show celebrated six weeks of enthusiastic fundraising by 67 Broadway…

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TORCH SONG Will Play Final Broadway Performance in January; Michael Urie to Lead National Tour by BroadwayWorld

The acclaimed production ofHarvey Fierstein's Torch Songwill end its run at the Hayes Theater 240 West 44thStreet prior to embarking on a national tour launching fall 2019 at Los Angeles' Ce…

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‘Torch Song’ to end its Broadway run in January by Caitlin Huston

“Torch Song” is ending its limited run on Broadway on Jan. 6, a little more than a month earlier than scheduled.  Directed by Moisés Kaufman and written by Harvey Fierstein, the reviva…

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True West starring Kit Harington and Johnny Flynn review at Vaudeville Theatre – ‘a wickedly funny revival’ by Fergus Morgan

Matthew Dunster’s production of True West,the first major London revival of Sam Shepard’s work since his death last July, demonstrates that not

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: First Look at Jeff Daniels & More in TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD on Broadway! by BroadwayWorld

Previews are currently underway at the Shubert Theatre for theBroadway production of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird, a new play by Aaron Sorkin, starring Jeff Daniels as Atticus Finch. C…

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VIDEO: Hansens & Murphys x2! DEAR EVAN HANSEN Casts Unite to Perform 'You Will Be Found' by Stage Tube

A record-breaking show on Broadway is now on tourDear Evan Hansenis currently playing at the Music Box Theatre and opens tomorrow at San Francisco's Curran Theatre.Watch below as the Broadwa…

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Photo Flash: Bette Midler Drops By FIDDLER ON THE ROOF in Yiddish by BroadwayWorld

On Monday night, Bette Midler attended the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's presentation of Yiddish Fiddler on the Rood.

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Tony-Winning Actor Philip Bosco Passes Away at 88 by BroadwayWorld

According to the New York Times, Tony winner Philip Bosco passed away yesterday, December 3, 2018,in his New Jersey home from complications of dementia. He was 88 years old.

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A First Look at Jeff Daniels in To Kill A Mockingbird on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The Aaron Sorkin-penned stage adaptation is set to officially open at the Shubert Theatre December 13.

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2018 Red Bucket Follies Competition Raises $6.1 Million; Hamilton Tour Named Top Fundraiser by Ryan McPhee

The recently renamed annual celebration, benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, took place December 3 and 4 at the New Amsterdam Theatre.

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The Cher Show Arrives on Broadway with a Glittering Opening Night by Caitlin Moynihan

It's all or nothing for The Cher Show, which officially opened at Broadway's Neil Simon Theatre on December 3. Starring Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks and Micaela Diamond, the bio-mu…

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The Broadway.com Show: Cher, Stephanie J. Block & the Cast of The Cher Show Have a Glamorous Opening Night by Broadway.com

Stephanie J. Block and the cast of The Cher Show are joined by Cher herself as they celebrate opening night on Broadway.

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Taylor Trensch & Ben Levi Ross Unite Dear Evan Hansen's Broadway & Tour Casts in a Moving Rendition of 'You Will Be Found' by Andy Lefkowitz

The hit musical Dear Evan Hansen has become a nationwide sensation since winning the Tony Award for Best Musical and launching its national tour. In celebration of the popular show's suc…

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"A Doll's House, Part 2" at the George Street Playhouse, New Brunswick, N.J. (now through December 23, 2018) by Simon Saltzman

Kellie Overbey and Ann McDonoughphoto: T. Charles EricksonNora slamming the door at the end of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House” has to be one of the most famous exits in all dramatic …

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Kanye West Apologizes For His “Lack Of Etiquette” During ‘The Cher Show’ by Dino-Ray Ramos

Kanye West is making headlines again — but this time it’s not for weird late night rants, his MAGA cap, or his insightful thoughts on slavery. It’s for causing a small disr…

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Top Theatre Stories: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 by Roberto Araujo

The latest about the Falsettos national tour, Kiss Me, Kate casting, and Hugh Jackman in today's news.

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Philip Bosco, Tony-Winning Character Actor, Is Dead at 88 by Robert Berkvist

A familiar face for years in movies, on television and especially on Broadway, he had a particular affinity for the work of George Bernard Shaw.

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John Wulp, Theatre Designer, Director, and Producer, Dies at 90 by Adam Hetrick

His enduring 1977 Broadway production of Dracula, designed by illustrator Edward Gorey, earned a Special Tony Award in 1978.

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Theatre Aspen to Launch First Solo Show Festival in 2019 by Olivia Clement

Titled Solo Flights, the inaugural festival is currently accepting submissions.

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The Lark Names Recipients of 2019-20 Venturous Playwrights Fellowships by American Theatre Editors

Sam Chanse, Dipika Guha, and Dave Harris have been selected for the two-year fellowship.

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Tony Award Winner Philip Bosco Dies at 88 by Adam Hetrick

Instantly recognizable from his many roles in film and television, Bosco won a Tony Award for Lend Me a Tenor.

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Broadway and Touring Companies of Dear Evan Hansen Join Forces for ‘You Will Be Found’ by Andrew Gans

The actors perform the Benj Pasek and Justin Paul anthem from the Tony-winning musical.

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Golden Globes film predictions slugfest 2019: Will ‘A Star is Born’ sweep drama races while comedies clash? [WATCH] by Chris Beachum

“I just think they want to be taken seriously for the Oscars and other awards. So to be declared a drama is maybe a step up in some ways,” explains Gold Derby editor Susan Wloszc…

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Landmark Theatres Chain Sold to Cohen Media Group by Dave McNary

Arthouse specialist Landmark Theatres has been sold by Todd Wagner and Mark Cuban to Cohen Media Group for an undisclosed price. The sale ends months of speculation about Landmark’s f…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Charlotte Prodger wins Turner Prize with iPhone film

Glasgow-based artist’s video work conveys the ubiquity of technology in our lives

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“The Hello Girls” at 59 East 59th Street by Richard Seff

Ten talented actor-singer-musicians are filling the jam packed tiny stage in Theatre A at 59 East 59th Street. They are five men and five women who play the essential  bi-lingual telephone …

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Magic Time!: On Acting with a Conscience: A Q&A with Lianne Harvey, now appearing in ‘An Inspector Calls’ by John Stoltenberg

The character Lianne Harvey plays in J.B. Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, Sheila Birling, really fascinated me. Sheila stands out as no ordinary ingenue. During the course of the play…

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From Ballet to Broadway With Matthew Murphy by Roberto Araujo

Now a Broadway photographer, Murphy initially began in the performing arts as a member of American Ballet Theatre.

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BWW TV: Babe, Lady, Star and More Celebrate Opening Night of THE CHER SHOW! by Tv - Opening Night Special

Broadway gypsies, tramps and thieves gathered at theNeil SimonTheatre last night, where The Cher Show celebrated an opening night fit for a legend. BroadwayWorld was on hand full the whole c…

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BWW TV: SCHOOL OF ROCK Fights the Man with Anti-Bullying Message by BroadwayWorld TV

Andrew Lloyd Webber's smash hit School of Rock - The Musical announces today that it has released an anti-bullying Public Service Announcement video featuring a message from adult and kid ca…

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Photo Coverage: Kanye, Mackie & More Strut the Red Carpet for THE CHER SHOW by Walter McBride

Broadway gypsies, tramps and thieves gathered at theNeil SimonTheatre last night, where The Cher Show celebrated an opening night fit for a legend. In attendance was Cher herself, as well as…

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The Broadway Cast of School of Rock Delivers an Anti-Bullying Message by Andrew Gans

The new video PSA features company members from the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

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VIDEO: On This Day, December 4- SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Brings Bikini Bottom to Broadway! by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day in 2017, Bikini Bottom came to Broadway with the musical adaptation of the beloved cartoon Spongebob Squarepants

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A Humanized Scrooge Highlights Milwaukee Rep’s Masterful “A Christmas Carol” by Matthew Perta

Reviewed by: Matthew Perta Highly Recommended Some may see Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol as a heartwarming [...] The post A Humanized Scrooge Highlights Milwaukee Rep’s Master…

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Interview with STOMP Performer ARTIS OLDS by Michael J. Roberts

STOMP performer Artis Olds discusses the cross cultural importance of dance and percussion and his [...] The post Interview with STOMP Performer ARTIS OLDS appeared first on Showbiz Chicago.

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Lucas Hedges Embraces His Inner Jellicle Cat With Stephen Colbert by Ruthie Fierberg

The Oscar-nominated star of Broadway’s The Waverly Gallery shares his musical pre-show ritual.

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Lucas Hedges' Cats Dreams Come True with the Ultimate Performance of 'Rum Tum Tugger' by Andy Lefkowitz

The Waverly Gallery star Lucas Hedges offered up a treat to Broadway.com fans with he revealed his love of Andrew Lloyd Webber's iconic musical Cats on last week's #LiveAtFive. …

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C.A. Johnson, Kareem M. Lucas, and Matthew Paul Olmos Named 2019 Mentor Project Playwrights by Olivia Clement

The writers will be mentored by Martyna Majok, Craig muMs Grant, and Taylor Mac as part of Cherry Lane Theatre's Obie-winning initiative.

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Review: Look! It’s ‘The Making of King Kong’! (No, Not That One.) by Jesse Green

A new play mocks the gender and racial ickiness of the 1933 movie — on a one-paw budget.

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Apollo Theater to Develop 2 New Performance Spaces by Ryan McPhee

The Apollo Performing Arts Center will provide two additional black box spaces, in addition to the iconic Harlem mainstage venue.

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Book Review: Dear Evan Hansen the Novel. The story minus the music. by New York Theater

Novels are routinely turned into Broadway musicals, several currently running – Phantom of the Opera, Wicked, Once on This Island – but turning a Broadway musical into a novel is…novel…

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Shadows: A Dance Musical by Joel Benjamin

The flier for "Shadows," subtitled "A Dance Musical," calls it “a Gothic ghost love story,” adding, “It’s Twyla Tharp meets Stephen King.”  If only. "Shadows," written by Randall …

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Actors in hit U.K. play The Jungle manage to overcome Trump travel ban by Michael Paulson New York Times

Trying to get two Iranians and a Syrian into Trump-era America to perform a drama that is inherently sympathetic to refugees was, to put it mildly, daunting. But the producers did not give u…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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'Black Panther,' 'A Star Is Born,' 'Mary Poppins' among AFI's 10 best movies of the year by The Associated Press

Also making the American Film Institute's short list of 2018's outstanding films: 'A Quiet Place,' 'The Favourite,' 'BlacKkKlansman' and 'Green B…

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Hugh Jackman hypes new tour with backup dancers, orchestra by Chuck Arnold

While Hugh Jackman is gearing up for his first world tour, “The Man. The Music. The Show,” the Tony-winning actor is already plotting his return to Broadway. “I’m actively thinking a…

Linked From The New York Post at 03:37PM

Watch Stars Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, Micaela Diamond, Designer Bob Mackie, and More Talk The Cher Show on Opening Night by Ruthie Fierberg

The actors who “Cher” the role of the Goddess of Pop and the cast of the new Broadway musical reveal secrets behind the production that opened December 3.

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Exclusive Photo Coverage: Carols For A Cure Tributes the Late Jan Maxwell by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Below, check out exclusive photos of the band recording a special tribute to the late Jan Maxwell- 'Over the Rainbow.'

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90 UK Theatres Announce Plan To Increase Diversity In Non-Stage Staff by Artsjournal

“Rather than putting the onus on employers to address this issue alone, we decided to assist them by using the best knowledge we had available – our members’ experiences. We asked reps…

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Concert Review: Handel & Haydn’s “The Messiah” by Helen Epstein

I was excited, moved, impressed, and surprised by Handel & Haydn Society’s performance of The Messiah under the exacting baton of Bernard Labadie.

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New York Stage & Film Gala Reunites ‘thirtysomething’ Cast Ken Olin, Patricia Wettig & Timothy Busfield by Greg Evans

This weekend’s New York Stage and Film winter gala will have a decided thirtysomething aura. In addition to the previously announced honorees (and real-life marrieds) Ken Olin and Pa…

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As Theo Ubique opens in Evanston, tiny, intimate musicals are still its bread and butter by Chris Jones

Fans of Theo Ubique Theatre, the diminutive, distinguished Chicago theater that really started the now-buoyant trend of micro-musicals in Chicago, have been left nibbling cold turkey this fa…

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Exclusive! Get a First Look at the New Off-Broadway Musical About the First Female Soldiers, The Hello Girls

The new musical The Hello Girls spotlights the heroic women who served in WWI.

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Sierra Boggess, Shuler Hensley, Rachel York to Star in Ever After at Alliance Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

A talent-packed slate of Broadway alums have been selected to lead a new production of Zina Goldrich and Marcy Heisler's acclaimed musical Ever After at Atlanta's Alliance Theatre. H…

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Here's a First Look at Jeff Daniels & the Cast of Broadway's To Kill a Mockingbird by Lindsey Sullivan

The highly anticipated stage adaptation of Harper Lee's Pulitzer-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird is playing at the Shubert Theatre. Written by Oscar winner Aaron Sorking and directed…

Linked From Broadway.com at 03:18PM

‘Wildlife’: Jake Gyllenhaal, Carey Mulligan and Zoe Kazan sing the praises of director Paul Dano at NYC luncheon by Bill McCuddy

“Paul has wanted to direct a film since he first found out what a director really did.” That revelation about first-time helmsman Paul Dano (“Wildlife”) comes from …

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Enter for a Chance to Win Tickets to Encore Screening of Allegiance by Playbill Staff

The musical returns to the big screen around the anniversary of Pearl Harbor Day.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Kanye West apologizes after getting called out for using his phone during a Broadway show by Bethonie Butler

During opening night of “The Cher Show,” the actor who plays Sonny Bono tweeted at the rapper to put down his mobile device.

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Apollo Theater to Build New Performance Spaces by Sopan Deb

The storied Harlem institution will create spaces intended to incubate works by up-and-coming artists.

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“The New Czech Wave…And After” at Cinémathèque Française by Blouinartinfo

Cinematheque Francaise is screening the New Wave of Czech films from 1963 and 1969. The screening of these films runs through January 4, 2019.Of all the cinematic New Waves, the one in Czech…

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The Watching of THE MAKING OF KING KONG by Dan O'Neil

The Making of King Kong sets out to unpack the monstrosity of our current cultural moment via the monkey, simultaneously evoking a 1930s acting style (transatlantic accents abound) while com…

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The Cher Show review – Broadway musical is a mixed bag of pop excess by Alexis Soloski

Neil Simon Theatre, New YorkA jukebox ode to the megastar contains some dazzling numbers but suffers from some clumsy storytellingAt The Cher Show, there are three Chers onstage and lots mor…

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BWW Flashback: We Pledge ALLEGIANCE- Allegiance to Broadway- In Cinemas Today! by BroadwayWorld

George Takei's ground-breaking Broadway musical is back by popular demand this holiday season Experience Allegiance on the big screen on December 11, featuring an exclusive conversation with…

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Vault Festival unveils biggest-ever programme for 2019 by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon More than 400 shows have been announced for next year’s Vault Festival in London – more than ever before. This post Vault Festival unveils biggest-ever programme for 2019 …

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True Once On This Island Fans Can Feel These 12 GIFs

Let's get a little emo over Once On This Island.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Lady Gaga Bond Over Their Love for Rent—Which Gaga Was Almost In by Ryan McPhee

The Mary Poppins Returns and A Star Is Born actors sat down to talk their work on stage and screen.

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The Scogin Method: Speaking the Speech from Shakespeare to Shaw by Bt

ShawChicago Theater Company in association with Chicago's Goodman Theatre presents The Scogin Method: Speaking the Speech from Shakespeare to Shaw(Four three-hour working sessions)The Scogin…

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AFI Top 10 films of 2018: ‘A Star is Born, ‘The Favourite, ‘Green Book’ among Oscar frontrunners to make the cut with American Film Institute by Paul Sheehan

The AFI announced its annual list of the Top 10 American-made movies of the year on Thursday and seven of its choices — “BlacKKKlansman,” “Black Panther,” ̶…

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Sierra Boggess to Star in Alliance Theatre’s Ever After by Olivia Clement

Rachel York, Shuler Hensley, and more will be a part of the winter production in Atlanta.

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“What Will People Say?” at Babylon, Berlin by Blouinartinfo

“What Will People Say?” is a 2017 internationally acclaimed Indo-German co-produced drama film directed and written by Iram Haq. The film opens on December 6 and will be screened through…

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Watch Cher’s Surprise Performance at the Opening of Broadway’s ‘Cher’ Musical by Marcmalkin

Kanye West may have caused some unwanted drama at the opening of Broadway’s “The Cher Show” on Monday in New York, but thankfully his alleged bad behavior didn’t come…

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Entertainment One President of International Film Alex Hamilton to Exit by Dave McNary

Entertainment One’s Alex Hamilton is stepping down from his post as president of international film at the end of March. Hamilton joined eOne in 2008 to launch the company’s film busines…

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Mickey Rowe, Talleri A. McRae, Ali Stroker, Gregg Mozgala, Jamie Brewer, and More Launch National Disability Theatre by Olivia Clement

The organization will partner with theatres to present large-scale professional work created, performed, and run by people with disabilities.

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“Yentl” at Max Linder Panorama, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

The 1983, American romantic musical drama “Yentl,” will be screened at Paris’ Max Linder Panorama in a restored version from December 12, 2018.“Yentl” is directed, co-written, co-p…

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‘A Civil War Christmas’ at 1st Stage is overstuffed, feel-good holiday fare by Celia Wren

Lincoln’s holiday gift predicament is just one of many plotlines in this sentimental offering.

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Ferryman Cast Member Fra Fee Will Play Solo Show at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Adam Hetrick

The Irish actor and singer will perform his solo show Seisún.

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Ariana Grande ‘Thank U, Next’ video reactions: Is it ‘fun’ or ‘everything that’s wrong with pop culture’? by Daniel Montgomery

Ariana Grande has generated a lot of discussion with her unexpected new single “Thank U, Next,” which expresses gratitude for many of her highly publicized relationships and brea…

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French Revolution play 'The Revolutionists' has both powerful moments and groan-worthy lines by Kerry Reid

The opening moments of Strawdog Theatre’s “The Revolutionists” feel like they might be perfectly at home at Trap Door. Four women, garbed in deconstructed variants of 18th century garb…

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Edible Cinema: “The Red Shoes” at Curzon Mayfair by Blouinartinfo

Powell and Pressburger’s classic “The Red Shoes” will be screened as part of the Edible Cinema on December 16, at Curzon, Mayfair.The tagline of Edible Cinema says, “See the film, ta…

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Paul Gregory, Risk-Taking Showman in a Golden Age, Is Dead at 95 by Robert D. McFadden

His star rose in the 1950s and ’60s, when Broadway was ripe for experimentation. But he died in 2015 far from the limelight, and little notice was taken.

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Handel’s “Rodelinda” at Opéra de Lyon by Blouin Artinfo

“Rodelinda” under the musical direction of Stefano Montanari, will be on stage at Opera de Lyon, from December 15, 2018 through January 1, 2019.“Rodelinda” was first performed on Feb…

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Cats Fan Lucas Hedges Performs the Song of Rum Tum Tugger, the Cat Who F*cks by Jackson McHenry

Everyone in Hollywood is getting cast in the Cats movie, but not Lucas Hedges — not yet. In an interview with Stephen Colbert last night, Lady Bird’s resident theater devotee started tal…

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REVIEW: Striking 12, Union Theatre London ✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Striking 12 starring Declan Bennett and Bronte Barbe now playing at the Union Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: Striking 12, Union Theatre London ✭✭…

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More treats on the menu as Marisha Wallace, David Hunter, Laura Baldwin & Peter Hannah are cast alongside Katharine McPhee in the West End product

Meet the four new principals – Marisha Wallace, David Hunter, Laura Baldwin and Peter Hannah – joining the much-anticipated London production of Sara Bareilles’ Tony Award-nominated mu…

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More treats on the menu as @marishawallace @thedavidhunter @LauraBaldwin92 & @peterhannah88 are cast alongside @katharinemcphee in the #WestEnd’

Meet the four new principals – Marisha Wallace, David Hunter, Laura Baldwin and Peter Hannah – joining the much-anticipated London production of Sara Bareilles’ Tony Award-nominated mu…

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The Marionette Theater Is Gone but Bob Baker's Puppet Shows Live on

Last month, 55 years to the day that Bob Baker opened the country's oldest continuously operating puppet theater, its landmark home on First Street downtown was closed to the public for good…

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Listen: The Pioneering Feminism of Cher by Gordon Cox

Cher has been famous for so long, it’s tempting to think there’s nothing new to know about her. But on the latest episode of “Stagecraft,” Variety‘s theater pod…

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Kwofe Coleman named managing director at The Muny by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A 20-season veteran, Coleman reports to CEO Denny Reagan

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Tyler Perry's 'Madea's Farewell Play Tour' to play Fox Theatre Mother's Day weekend by Kevin C. Johnson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tyler Perry’s “Madea’s Farewell Play Tour” hits the Fox Theatre just in time for Mother’s Day weekend with shows all weekend -- May 10-12.

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'Tribes' at St. Louis Actors' Studio is about the need to be heard by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

St. Louis Actors' Studio presents insightful comedy-drama.

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Photo Coverage: IT's Cher, Cher, Cher Everywhere! Inside the OPenIng Night Party for THE CHER SHOW! by Walter McBride

The Cher Show officially opened last night, December 3, at the Neil SimonTheatre.BroadwayWorld was there, and we're taking you inside the after party below

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BWW Exclusive: Read an Excerpt from DEAR EVAN HANSEN the Novel! by BroadwayWorld

From the creators of the Tony-winning Broadway mega-hit comes the groundbreaking novel inspired by Dear Evan Hansen-now availableto purchase

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Voting Continues For The 2018 BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards! 54 SINGS Leads Best Variety Show/Recurring Series! by BroadwayWorld

Voting for the BroadwayWorld Cabaret Awards is openThe BWW Cabaret Awards honor exemplary performers and productions in New York from November 1, 2017 to October 31, 2018. Nominees in all ca…

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BWW TV: It's All About Cher As Broadway Hits the Red Carpet to Celebrate THE CHER SHOW! by Tv - Red Carpets

Broadway gypsies, tramps and thieves gathered at the Neil Simon Theatre last night, where The Cher Show celebrated an opening night fit for a legend. In attendance was Cher herself, as well …

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Sierra Boggess, Rachel York, Among Stars of EVER AFTER in Atlanta by BroadwayWorld

The Alliance Theatre announced casting today for its upcoming production EVER AFTER, a captivating musical based on the hit film.

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“White Teeth” at Kiln Theatre, London by Blouin Artinfo

Stephen Sharkey has adapted Zadie Smith’s “White Teeth” for stage in a new production, which runs through December 22, 2018, at London’s Kiln Theatre.Indhu Rubasingham directs “Whi…

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Watch Hugh Jackman Sing from The Greatest Showman & Les Miz on Today by Broadway.com

Hugh Jackman is taking his act on the road, and we couldn't be more excited. On the heels of the announcement of his upcoming concert tour, the Tony winner showed off his talent for…

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Ben Jonson Wrote A Play So Scandalous That It Got All London’s Theatres Shut Down And Was Wiped From History by Artsjournal1

“In 1597, Jonson and Thomas Nashe co-wrote a satirical play called The Isle of Dogs. Not much is known about the plot or contents of the show; what is known is that almost immediately …

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‘We like twists and turns’: Stephanie Silver on taking the Walk of Shame by Liz Dyer

For one, it’s a night of glory – for the other, a walk of shame… Glass Half Full Theatre returns with a topical new production next month, as they bring Walk of Shame by Stephanie Silv…

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Move over, Babs! ‘A Star Is Born’ will tie the 1976 version’s 5 Golden Globe wins, readers predict by Joyce Eng

“A Star Is Born” might get some company in the Golden Globe record books from… “A Star Is Born.” The 1976 version of the film won five Golden Globes, and 26 per…

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Unique Spencer: ‘The industry needs a shake-up – working-class actors are as capable as any from Eton’ by Giverny Masso

Unique Spencer is making her theatre debut in The Night Before Christmas at Southwark Playhouse in London. She tells Giverny Masso why

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Review: ‘A Christmas Carol” A Ghost Story of Christmas’ at Olney Theatre Center by Mara Bayewitz

The entryway to the Muritz-Gudelsky theater at the Olney Theatre Center is lined with holiday lights and garnish. The cozy lobby is adorned with electric candles and sprigs of holly, creatin…

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See Rachel York Celebrate The Green Room 42’s 500th Show by Marc J. Franklin

The Head Over Heels star performed her new show Thank You for the Music at the cabaret venue November 18.

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Texting Kanye West steals limelight at 'The Cher Show'

A new musical about Cher opened on Broadway but it was Kanye West who grabbed headlines when a performer complained about the rapper texting during opening night.

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Film Preview: “Holy Lands” at UGC Cine Cite, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Written and directed by Amanda Sthers, “Holy Lands,” is a film about spirituality and existentialism. The film preview is on December 10, 2018, before its January release at UGC Cinemas,…

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Wherein I Try To Plug In To The Great American Songbook by Artsjournal

“I was now connected directly to the heart of the Great American Songbook. It was like knowing a guy who knew a guy who knew God. If the comparison seems blasphemous, let’s recall th…

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Outgoing Traverse head Orla O’Loughlin: ‘At Guildhall, I’ll re-imagine theatre training for the 21st century’ by David Pollock

After seven years as artistic director of the Traverse Theatre in Edinburgh, Orla O’Loughlin is moving on. She tells David Pollock about

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Ruben Studdard & Clay Aiken Talk Their Annual Christmas Show, Their Dream Broadway Revivals, and Returning to American Idol

Ruben Studdard & Clay Aiken return to Broadway this month with Ruben & Clay's First Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show.

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BWW Interview: Michael Campayno Is a Bright Light in a Glittering CHER SHOW by Naomi Serviss

In a cast with three Chers, Campayno plays the young bagel maker from Queens who could have been the love of the diva's life.

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Breaking: Max von Essen, Eden Espinosa, Nick Adams and Nick Blaemire Will Lead FALSETTOS National Tour by BroadwayWorld

Jujamcyn Theaters and NETworks Presentations announced principal casting for the North American Tour of William Finn and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical FALSETTOS. Leading the Nati…

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VIDEO: Kate Shindle, Actors' Equity President, Speaks Up About #NotALabRat Movement by Paul Smith

Last month BroadwayWorld reported on the NotALabRat movement, a push by Actors' Equity to raise the minimum salary for developmental labs. Kate Shindle, President of Actors' Equity Associati…

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NEWS: Marisha Wallace & David Hunter join the West End cast of Waitress by Press Releases

Further casting has been announced for the original London company of Sara Bareilles’ Tony Award-nominated musical Waitress with Marisha Wallace playing Becky alongside Laura Baldwin as Da…

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Lena Hall Will Play Feinstein’s at the Nikko in 2019 by Adam Hetrick

The San Francisco native, who won a Tony Award for her performance in Hedwig and the Angry Inch, will make a homecoming in February.

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The Tricky Part by Darryl Reilly

Overbearing nuns, eccentric priests and confusing religious tenets are detailed with stand-up comedy gusto by performer Martin Moran in recounting his Colorado Catholic upbringing during his…

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New Movie Musical Featuring the Songs of Prince in Development by Universal by Andy Lefkowitz

Universal Pictures has announced the production of a new movie musical featuring the music of the late eight-time Grammy-winning singer-songwriter Prince, according to Variety. The flick is …

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Max von Essen, Nick Adams, Eden Espinosa & More to Lead National Tour of Falsettos by Andy Lefkowitz

The national touring production of William Finn and James Lapine's Falsettos has found its tight-knit family. Leading the company will be Tony nominee Max von Essen (Anastasia)…

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New director at Cheek by Jowl to support touring challenges by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Leading UK-based theatre company Cheek by Jowl has strengthened its management team as it faces increasing challenges to international touring. This post New director at Cheek…

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The Road Less Traveled: Abbi Jacobson Goes Beyond 'Broad City'

The Comedy Central hit is ending after its upcoming fifth season. What's next?

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Ft Myers Review:"A Christmas Carol" at Florida Rep thru Dec. 19 is Spirited & Superb! by Emily Yorgey

Beautifully adapted by Mark Shanahan & very musical the entire cast including PETER THOMASSON, GREG LONGENHAGEN & FAITH SANDBERG are wonderfully integrated as they each play multiple roles.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Acclaimed clown troupe brings show to Toronto to spread joy — and repair buffoons’ image by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Slava’s cause is coming to clown: the veteran performer Slava Polunin makes the case for the spirit his Academy of Fools company brings to Bluma Appel Theatre this month with Slava’s Sno…

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Michelle Collins joins cast of new Park Theatre comedy by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon The full cast has been announced for new comedy My Dad’s Gap Year at London’s Park Theatre, led by Michelle Collins. Running from 30 January to 23 February, the pl…

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Sara Driver's “Basquiat” at MK2 Beaubourg, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

“Basquiat,” is an endeavor to delve into the unknown depths of the artist Jean-Michel Basquiat’s persona and find out what made him the way he was. The film is on view through December…

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Tony Winner Victoria Clark Directs Free Workshop of Rarely Seen Love Life by Andrew Gans

Students from the Duke University Theater Studies department will perform the 1948 Kurt Weill-Alan Jay Lerner musical.

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Choose your favourite stage show of 2018 by Guardian Stage

Which plays left you speechless? Which dancers swept you off your feet? Who got you giggling? Nominate your favourite stage show of the year Continue reading...

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Broadway Grosses w/e 12/2/2018: Grosses Temper After Holiday Heat

It was back to reality this week coming off a record-breaking Thanksgiving week. Total grosses fell to $38M, down 12% from the previous week. Although total attendance was unchanged this wee…

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Watch Hugh Jackman Perform ’The Greatest Show’ on Today by Andrew Gans

The Tony-winning actor will launch an international solo tour in spring 2019.

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Cher turns back time at Broadway opening by Ap, Ap, Ap

During the curtain call for the opening night of her Broadway musical at Neil Simon Theater, Cher came to the stage singing. (Dec. 4)        

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VIDEO: It's Everything You Ever Want! Hugh Jackman Sings THE GREATEST SHOW On TODAY by Stage Tube

Hugh Jackman performs THE GREATEST SHOW this morning on TODAY. The performance comes after last week's announcement that the Academy Award-nominated, Golden Globe- and Tony Award-winning per…

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Replanting the Family Tree: ‘Familiar’ by Matthew Wexler

Chicago's Steppenwolf Theatre presents a riveting revival of Danai Gurira's 'Familiar,' about a Zimbabwean-American family searching to preserve their past while building a new future.

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David Hunter, Marisha Wallace & More to Join Katharine McPhee in London Premiere of Waitress by Andy Lefkowitz

A foursome of newly announced stars will soon sing Sara Bareilles' Tony-nominated score in the upcoming West End debut of Waitress. The previously announced transfer, starring Broadway a…

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‘A good alternative to more typical Christmas theatre’: BURKE & HARE – Jermyn Street Theatre by Laura Kressly

Burke & Hare, a story of two men who murder people in order to sell their corpses to doctors in 1820s Edinburgh shouldn’t work as a dark character comedy with music. But largely work …

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Why Michael Mayer Isn't Interested in Doing La Traviata: Planet of the Apes by Ryan McPhee

After his Rat Pack-era Rigoletto, the Tony winner returns to the Metropolitan Opera for a comparatively traditional take on another Verdi classic.

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Go Inside Opening Night of The Cher Show on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The new musical about the life and career of the entertainment icon officially opened December 3 at the Neil Simon Theatre.

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Trinity Laban Celebrates Thea Musgrave's 90th Birthday With A CHRISTMAS CAROL by BroadwayWorld

London's Trinity Laban Conservatoire of Music and Dance stage a new production of Thea Musgrave's 1979 opera A Christmas Carol as part of their new season focus Venus Blazing.

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Bookfilter’s December Pick of the Month by Michael Giltz

Every month, BookFilter selects the best new theater book, exclusively for Broadway Direct readers. Practically Poppins in Every Way By Jeff Kurtti $50, Disney Editions Disney’s success on…

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The Emperor’s Nightingale by Joseph Pisano

Although Chua is less interested in beauty for beauty's sake than Andersen, the look and sound of "The Emperor's Nightingale" is still stunning, drawing on a wealth of traditional Chinese ar…

Linked From www.theaterscene.net at 10:37AM

Madonna reignites feud with Lady Gaga by calling her out on Instagram by Usa Today, Maeve McDermott, Usa Today

Without saying her name, Madonna is letting Lady Gaga know that she thinks she's a copycat, reigniting the years-long feud between the two pop icons.      &nbs…

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The Jungle Begins Performances at St. Ann's Warehouse December 4 by Olivia Clement

The immersive production, set in a refugee camp, debuts Off-Broadway following a hit West End run.

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Niamh O’Flaherty joins Cheek by Jowl as executive director by Matthew Hemley

Niamh O’Flaherty, currently senior producer at Hofesh Shechter Company, has been named executive director of theatre company Cheek by Jowl. She joins

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Watch Cher’s Surprise Performance at Opening-Night Curtain Call of The Cher Show by Adam Hetrick

The star joined the cast for a special performance of "If I Could Turn Back Time."

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LOVE IS A BAD NEIGHBORHOOD SET TO OPEN TONIGHT - Off Broadway! by Francine Witte

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE… LOVE IS A BAD NEIGHBORHOOD SET TO OPEN TONIGHT at theater 54 @ Shetler Studios, for a limited Off-Broadway run. Set in the mean streets of Love, a poetic fable i…

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Michelle Collins to star in My Dad’s Gap Year by Robin Johnson

Former Coronation Street and EastEnders star Michelle Collins will star in a new comedy, My Dad's Gap Year, at the Park Theatre from next month. The post Michelle Collins to star in My Dad&#…

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Met Opera, Second Stage, The Public Theater, Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, and More Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill's Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry.

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Lauryn Hill proves her enduring appeal at London’s O2 Arena

Her voice was strong, her rapping committed at a gig marking 20 years since her Grammy-winning debut album

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BWW TV: Watch Cher Turn Back Time with the Cast of THE CHER SHOW on Opening Night! by Tv - Opening Night Special

The Cher Show, a new musical based on the music icon Cher officially openedon Broadway last night The icon herself was in attendance for the show's opening night and made a surprise appearan…

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Lady Gaga Tells Lin-Manuel Miranda She Would 'Love' to Do Broadway by Stephanie Wild

Lin-Manuel Miranda are both powerhouses in the entertainment industry, both generating buzz this year specifically, Gaga for the film A Star is Born, and Miranda for his upcoming film Mary P…

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Glasgow Citizens Theatre dedicates new season to female writers and directors by Georgia Snow

Glasgow’s Citizens Theatre has announced a season of work by female writers that promises to showcase the talent of women working across

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If We Could Turn Back Time, We’d Skip ‘The Cher Show’ by David Cote

'The Cher Show’ is a sequined Wikipedia entry with karaoke breaks.

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Text of the Day: War Horse by Aleks Sierz

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

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Meet the Newest Tight-Knit Falsettos Family for the National Tour by Marc J. Franklin

The North American tour of the recent, Tony-nominated revival officially launches March 20, 2019.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Dance Review: Boston Dance Theater — The Warrior Femmes by Marcia B. Siegel

Boston Dance Theater's four pieces seemed to counter female stereotypes but raised limited alternatives.

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David Hunter and Marisha Wallace Will Join Katharine McPhee in London’s Waitress by Andrew Gans

Previews begin in February 2019 at the Adelphi Theatre.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, December 4, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Why Crazy Rich Asians Flopped in China by Chris Lee

Since arriving in theaters in August, Crazy Rich Asians has been on a seemingly unstoppable march toward both critical and commercial glory. The romantic comedy — the first Hollywood studi…

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‘We Are A Country That Has Lost Our Narrative’: What Lynn Nottage Learned In Reading, Pa. When She Was Researching ‘Sweat’ by Artsjournal1

“One of the first questions we asked was, how do you describe your city? People would respond by saying: ‘Reading was … ‘ They were incredibly nostalgic for this glor…

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BWW Review: STRIKING 12, Union Theatre by Debbie Gilpin

The festive season isn't everyone's favourite annual event, and this year in particular is not working out for Brendan his fiancee has left him, he's failing at work, and his friends can't t…

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Complete Casting Announced for the Broadway Revival of KISS ME, KATE by BroadwayWorld

Casting is complete for the new Broadway production of the musical comedy Kiss Me, Kate, starring Tony Award winner Kelli O'Hara as KateLilli Vanessi, Tony Award nominee Will Chase as Petruc…

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BWW's On This Day - December 4, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 4 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Photo Coverage: Suzan-Lori Parks Honored with 2018 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award by Jennifer Broski

Yesterday, December 3, Suzan-Lori Parks was honored with 2018 Steinberg Distinguished Playwright Award.

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This Month in Theatre History by American Theatre Editors

From the deadliest theatre fire in U.S. history to a young Tennessee Williams's fateful move to New Orleans, December was a momentous month.

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‘Will resonate today’: JEANNIE – Finborough Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

One of the most successful playwrights in the interwar years, Aimée Stuart has recently been ‘rediscovered’ – leading to Nicolette Kay’s revival of the 1940 play Jeannie.

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Review: This musical 'Elf' spreads Christmas cheer despite baffling changes from the movie by Daryl H. Miller

Rule No. 1 of musical theater is to send ’em out the doors energized. For Musical Theatre West’s staging of “Elf: The Musical,” that means a finale packed with tap-dancing Santa’s …

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Striking 12 review at Union Theatre, London – ‘slight, but affecting’ by Dave Hollander

With its eclectic score and bittersweet seasonal message, Striking 12 interweaves Hans Christian Andersen’s The Little Match Girl with a tale of

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Too Darn Hot! James T. Lane Completes Principal Cast of Kiss Me, Kate on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway alum James T. Lane has booked a sweet new gig, taking on the role of Paul in Roundabout Theatre Company's highly anticipated revival of Kiss Me, Kate. Lane will sing Cole Porter…

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2018’s best dance: A year when human warmth burned brightly by Sarah L. Kaufman

New York City Ballet and Nederlans Dans Theater were among the companies illuminating the best in us.

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Waitress serves up principal West End casting by Robin Johnson

The West End premiere of new musical Waitress has served up another hot slice of casting – and the show’s looking like a treat to die for. The post Waitress serves up principal West End …

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NEWS: Seventh annual VAULT Festival announces largest-ever programme of 400+ shows by Press Releases

London’s VAULT Festival, one of the largest curated arts festivals in the world, has announced more than 400 shows for its 2019 programme. Now in its seventh year, VAULT Festival retu…

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A CHILD'S CHRISTMAS IN WALES - Talkin' Broadway's Review by David Hurst

If you prefer your holiday cheer tuneful, sweet and short, you'll do no better than the Irish Repertory Theatre's latest revival of A Child's Christmas in Wales.

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Further casting announced for Sara Bareilles’ Waitress by Georgia Snow

Further casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Sara Bareilles’ musical Waitress. David Hunter, who recently starred in Kinky

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New ‘secret’ arts theatre festival in London’s West End by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Musical theatre, cabaret, comedy and drag feature in a new “secret” arts theatre festival in London this month, with a line-up including Louise Dearman, Mark Watso…

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BWW Interview: Tamara Lawrance Talks THE TELL-TALE HEART by Rona Kelly

The Tell-Tale Heart marks Tamara Lawrance's third appearance at the National Theatre. Reuniting with writer Anthony Neilson, Tamara gives us an insight into his rehearsal rooms, how they've …

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‘Fun, silly & at times interesting’: THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS – Southwark Playhouse ★★★ by Rev Stan

The Night Before Christmas is adult Christmas fare, counter-programming to the Dr Seuss musical which is on next door at the Southwark Playhouse.

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How to get your break in technical theatre without going to drama school by Heather Doole

As the cost of traditional routes into technical theatre rise, professional bodies and theatre companies are stepping in, with support and training

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Review: 'The Hello Girls' answered the call in World War I by Laura Collins-Hughes / The New York Times

The musical “The Hello Girls” documents how American women were shipped off to France during World War I to work the Army’s switchboards.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Broadway's Kiss Me, Kate Finds its Complete Cast by Olivia Clement

James T. Lane joins the Roundabout revival featuring an updated libretto.

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Photo Coverage: The Cast of THE CHER SHOW Takes Their Opening Night Bows and Performs With Cher by Walter McBride

The Cher Show officially opened last night, December 3, at the Neil Simon Theatre. Following the curtain call, Cher herself took the stage and performed a surprise song with the show's leadi…

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COUNTING SHEEP to Headline VAULT Festival 2019 by BroadwayWorld

Counting Sheep, the award-winning immersive Ukrainian folk opera, will headline VAULT Festival 2019, playing an eight week run from 23 January to 17 March, with a press night on 29 January.

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The Old Vic 12 Returns For A Fourth Year by BroadwayWorld

Today, The Old Vic announces the collection of artists who will make up this year's Old Vic 12.

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Magic Time!: ‘How to Keep an Alien’ by Solas Nua by John Stoltenberg

I can’t recall seeing another play by someone who came to playwrighting from standup, but I’ll not soon forget how I laughed my feckin head off at Sonya Kelly’s How to Keep…

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The Cher Show by Sandi Durell

    by Michael Bracken     There’s an awful lot of navel gazing going on at the Neil Simon Theatre these days, where The Cher Show is currently in residence. Bob Mackie…

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The Nutcracker review, Royal Ballet, London: Inevitable Christmas performance has gorgeous dancing and impressive production by  zoë Anderson,  zoë Anderson

Anna Rose O'Sullivan, who danced Clara on opening night, is rising through the company's ranks and is well matched with the Nutcracker of Marcelino Sambé, whose star is already well risen

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie and Pieces of String nominated for inaugural musical theatre prize at Writers’ Guild awards by Matthew Hemley

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie will compete with Miss Littlewood and Pieces of String for the first ever musical theatre book writing prize

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Vault Festival 2019 line-up includes take-over from New Diorama Theatre by Giverny Masso

Vault Festival in London has announced its 2019 line-up, which include a two-week takeover from the New Diorama Theatre. More than 400

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The Show People Podcast: Sam Spencer-Lane is wonderful by Andrew Keates

In this episode of The Show People Podcast, host Andrew Keates is joined by choreographer and former head of dance at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts – Sam Spencer-Lane.

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The Cast and Their Crew by Jesse Eisenberg

Jesse Eisenberg writes a humorous list of biographies for the cast and crew members of a Broadway show.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Waitress London announces further casting by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Laura Baldwin, Peter Hannah, David Hunter and Marisha Wallace are to join Katharine McPhee in the original London company of Waitress the musical. This post Waitress London a…

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Plaid Tidings review at Bridge House Theatre, London – ‘homely and nostalgic’ by Paul Vale

Stuart Ross’ musical Forever Plaid is a quirky homage to the clean-cut boy bands of the 1960s such as The Four Aces.

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Jack and the Beanstalk review at Brunton Theatre, Musselburgh – ‘inventive, but dated’ by Thom Dibdin

John Binnie returns to the Brunton after 18 years to write and direct a pantomime that finds inventive solutions to staging Jack

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Victor French and “Carter Country” by Trav S.D.

I was so happy to be reminded of this show a few days back. I enjoyed Carter Country (1977-79) as a kid; it resonated and it was funny. With the hindsight of decades it seems both brave and …

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Marisha Wallace, Laura Baldwin, Peter Hannah, and David Hunter Join Katharine McPhee in West End's WAITRESS by BroadwayWorld

Further casting has been announced for the original London company of Sara Bareilles' Tony Award-nominated musical Waitress. Marisha Wallace will play Becky alongside Laura Baldwin as Dawn, …

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: La Bohème at English National Opera by Emma Clarendon

TThe English National Opera has revived Jonathan Miller’s production of Puccini’s opera La Bohème. Here’s what critics have had to say about it…

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Hartford Stage's 'A Christmas Carol' remains, vivid, lively, intoxicating by Christopher Arnott

Ah, the sights and smells of “A Christmas Carol.” The snow is still falling on the audience. You can still smell the smoke when the Spirit of Christmas Present makes her grand misty entr…

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TheaterWorks 'Christmas on the Rocks' continues a wild and weirdly wonderful tradition by Christopher Arnott

It’s a Christmas miracle that “Christmas on the Rocks” has now entered its sixth season at TheaterWorks. We need its sweet insanity more than ever. The show, conceived and directed by …

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Sherman Theatre Brings 12 Emerging Talents To Theatre503 by BroadwayWorld

Cardiff's Sherman Theatre will present Wales's best emerging talent to a London audience in its New Welsh Voices showcase at Theatre503 on 13 and 14 December. The programme, which brings tog…

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ROUTES IN Aims to Help Working-Class People Achieve Careers in UK Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Out of Joint, Hackney Empire and COMMON are inviting decision-makers in the theatre industry and young people from working-class backgrounds to an event taking place on 4th February 2019 at …

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VAULT Festival Announces its Full 2019 Lineup by BroadwayWorld

VAULT Festival, one of the largest curated arts festivals in the world, has announced more than 400 shows for their 2019 programme. Now in its seventh year, VAULT Festival returns to London …

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Review: The Cher Show at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

The Neil Simon Theater feels like Caesar's Palace but it does have 3 dazzlingly dressed Chers . . .

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Wake Up With BWW 12/4: On the Red Carpet at THE CHER SHOW Opening Night, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories We took you on the red carpet at The Cher Show opening night, watch Cher and Stephanie J, Block perform during curtain call, and more

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New Diorama Season Announce Two Week Takeover Of VAULT Festival 2019 by BroadwayWorld

This year, New Diorama Theatre and VAULT Festival, two of the most exciting supporters of new theatre in the UK, are joining forces to showcase some of the country's most thrilling theatre c…

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Are your students overripe bananas or delicious mangoes? by Admin

Today, we’re asking a very important question: Are your students overripe bananas or mangoes? Now, before you think I’ve totally lost it, let me tell you that recently we held this incr…

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Casting Announced For TIME IS LOVE/TIEMPO ES AMOR at the Finborough Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Writer and Director Che Walker returns to the Finborough Theatre to direct the European premiere of his own play Time Is LoveTiempo es Amor, opening at the Finborough Theatre for a four-week…

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West End's HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Opens Booking to September 2019 by BroadwayWorld

As footage of the internationally award-winning production is released see link below, new tickets for the West End production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child go on sale today 4 Decembe…

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The poetry and empowerment in movement: A talk with Camille A. Brown by Admin

Camille A. Brown is a rising dance-world icon. Use of gesture and theatricality, amalgamation of various stylistic influences, and a unique kind of virtuosity makes her work something of whi…

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Broadway Actors in Opening Night of “The Cher Show” Admonish Kanye West for Using Phone Throughout Show by Roger Friedman

Opening night of “The Cher Show” on Broadway brought unusual guests: Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. They sat a couple of rows Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Review: Redefining Juliet, The Pit at the Barbican by Jessica Handscomb

Juliet Capulet of Shakespeare’s world-renowned Romeo & Juliet might be one of, if not the most famous female character ever written for the stage. Countless big names have played her i…

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Bristol Old Vic Theatre School’s Jon Sherwood: ‘I enjoy watching students progress’ by John Byrne

How did you start in theatre production? I trained in stage management at GSA drama school and went on to work professionally

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‘The cast is really what makes this show’: A CHRISTMAS STORY – THE MUSICAL – Waterloo East Theatre ★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

A stage adaptation of the 1983 film, A Christmas Story: The Musical follows young Ralphie who’s sole Christmas wish is to receive a Red Ryder Carbine-Action 200-Shot Range Model Air Rifle.

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Selene C Jordan: ‘I used to be a police officer, but now I am a musical theatre star – you can be too’ by John Byrne

I was 10 years old when I was chosen to be one of the navy base kids in Carmen Jones at London’s

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The Green Room: What’s the best way to approach playing multiple roles? 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…​​​​​​​ Keith

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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The Surprises and Challenges of Broadway’s Starry True West by Gordon Cox

Ethan Hawke is starring on Broadway in True West — and no one is more surprised about it than Ethan Hawke. “I never thought I’d do this play,” says the Oscar and Tony-nominated actor…

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What are the best pantomimes of 2018? by Natasha Tripney

With panto season now underway, here’s a list of the best shows of the year so far, as reviewed by The Stage’s

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The Best Theater of 2018 by Ben Brantley and Jesse Green

It was a year when classics were reincarnated in deceptively modest interpretations, conventional story forms were tossed aside and strong voices roared.

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Jeannie review at Finborough Theatre, London – ‘a whimsical revival’ by Julia Rank

Aimee Stuart was one of many critically and commercially successful female interwar playwrights who have since been forgotten. Her 1940 romantic comedy

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Kanye West apologises for 'lack of etiquette' at The Cher Show opening night by Roisin O'Connor, Roisin O'Connor

Rapper isn't the first person to be called out for using his phone during a live theatre show

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The Cher Show by Variety

Creators take you backstage with 635 costumes, 6 million feathers and one pioneering superstar.

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: A Christmas Story, Waterloo East Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Douglas Mayo reviews A Christmas Story, a musical by Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Joseph Robinette now playing at Waterloo East Theatre. This post REVIEW: A Christmas Story, W…

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Kanye Apologizes for His Phone Etiquette During Broadway’s The Cher Show, Which He Absolutely Loved by Halle Kiefer

It would undoubtedly be distracting to see the bright glow of an audience member’s cell phone in the middle of putting on a Broadway show. And then to look up and see that audience member …

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Nine Night author Natasha Gordon: ‘Where are our opportunities? The answers lie with the gatekeepers’ by Eleanor Ross

Nine Night received rave reviews when it played at the National Theatre earlier this year – now transferring to Trafalgar Studios, it

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How Good Of A Job Does Your Organization Do With Cybersecurity? by Drew McManus

In the wake of the Marriott hotel security breach that exposed not only exposed personal information for their customers, but also passport numbers and credit card payment information, it…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Good tidings he brings! Johnny McKnight, Scotland's panto powerhouse by Mark Fisher

Pantomime legend Johnny McKnight does his usual festive double, starring in Mammy Goose at the Tron in Glasgow – and writing Sleepin’ Cutie at Macrobert, StirlingIs pantomime a reactiona…

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Jessica Murrain: Actions, not words, are needed to tackle sexual misconduct by Jessica Murrain

In the wake of #MeToo and the conversations the performance industry is having around gender dynamics, how can we ensure that talk

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Grace Smart: It’s time to let theatre designers do the talking by Grace Smart

There’s a phrase I’ve heard a lot this year. I heard it at Improbable’s Devoted and Disgruntled get together and at the

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0595: Tales and Tails by MusicalTalk

The lovely David Herzog leads you a conversational journey through this summer's  Edinburgh Festival Fringe in a series of chats, interviews and songs as he meets the people who worked on…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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The show must go on... and on: lessons on handling pressure from stars of the stage by Chris Wiegand

Know your strengths and eat boiled eggs … how do a musical-theatre star, a ballerina and an opera singer cope with the demands of their roles – and what we can we learn from them?The lig…

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How does the world see you?: Box by Lindsay Price

How do middle-schoolers deal with perception and the boxes that we all find ourselves in? Lindsay Price’s vignette play, Box, examines these issues while providing great small scene an…

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Tuesday, December 4, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Boys: Mr. Broadway: December 2018 by JK

I've been following the career of Gideon Glick for more than a decade, and have had the pleasure of watching him perform several times. He is always in the most interesting projects - whethe…

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Drake, Ariana Grande Top Spotify’s Year-End ‘Wrapped’ Charts by Jem Aswad

Since Drake shattered virtually every streaming record with his “Scorpion” album, released in June, it’s no surprise that his 8.2 billion streams in 2018 make him not only Spotify’s …

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Netflix Announces Original French Series by Blouin Artinfo

Netflix has announced a new French original set during the French Revolution. The as-yet-untitled drama will follow Joseph Guillotin, the future inventor of the guillotine, who investigates …

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Performer You Should Know: Say Something Bunny!’s Alison S. M. Kobayashi by Ruthie Fierberg

The creator and sole performer of a theatrical experience you’ve never had before.

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IMPRESSIONS: Gibney Dance Company Presents HOME Featuring Work by Adam Barruch and Shamel Pitts by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Gibney Dance Company Presents HOME Featuring Work by Adam Barruch and Shamel Pitts, "Showcasing the fluid and sensitive movers of Gibney Dance Company, against dreamy sounds…

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Choreographer Nancy Dobbs Owen Addresses Gun Violence Via "Too Many Bodies" by The Dance Enthusiast

Choreographer Nancy Dobbs Owen Addresses Gun Violence via Too Many Bodies, "We invite you to use (the video), and to let us know! We want to know who our allies are and support them as much…

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5 Theatres You Need to Know: Latinx Companies in NYC - Where to see shows exploring Hispanic culture in English and Spanish

Where to see shows exploring Hispanic culture in English and Spanish---According to the 2010 census, there are approximately 2.3 million people of Hispanic descent living in NYC, many of who…

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Tony Award-Winning Choreographer Christopher Gattelli on His Life on Broadway During a Rehearsal of "The Cher Show" by The Dance Enthusiast

In Tony Award-Winning Choreographer Christopher Gattelli on His Life on Broadway During a Rehearsal of The Cher Show, “I always study the original productions of a revival piece. There ar…

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