Friday, March 15, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH Film To Get Blu-Ray Criterion Collection Release by BroadwayWorld

This June, John Cameron Mitchell's film adaptation of his hit musical, Hedwig and the Angry Inch, will get a special edition Blu-ray release as part of the Criterion Collection,

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Complexions continues to break boundaries after 25 years by Admin

The Joyce Theater, New York, New York. February 22, and March 1, 2019. It’s hard to believe Complexions Contemporary Ballet is celebrating its 25th anniversary. Master choreographer Dwigh…

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Holy Day Opens at New Ohio by Barry Gordin

Premiere of a New Drama by Andrew Bovell March 15, 2019:  Andrew Bovell’s new drama,Holy Day, set in Australia, 1850  opened at the New Ohio Theater in the West Village directed by B…

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Photo Flash: King's Head Theatre Presents the World Premiere of UNDETECTABLE by BroadwayWorld

King's Head Theatre, London, the award-winning producer of Fcking Men and 5 Guys Chillin', presents the world premiere of Tom Wright's Undetectable, directed by Rikki Beadle-Blair MBE. Undet…

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TINA THE MUSICAL Releases Second Single From Upcoming Original London Cast Album by BroadwayWorld

STAGE ENTERTAINMENT and GHOSTLIGHT RECORDS announce the release of the second single 'The Hunter' featuring Kobna Holdbrook-Smith who plays Ike Turner on the upcoming TINA - THE TINA TURNER …

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SoCal theater listings, March 17-24: ‘The Elephant Man,’ ‘Steel Magnolias’ and more by Matt Cooper

Capsule reviews are by Charles McNulty (C.M.), Philip Brandes (P.B.), F. Kathleen Foley (F.K.F.), Margaret Gray (M.G.) and Daryl H. Miller (D.H.M.). Openings ABBA Mania Tribute show celebrat…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre Royal Brighton Announces New Season Lineup by BroadwayWorld

Theatre Royal Brighton's new season goes on sale next week - priority booking will open on Monday 18 March and general sale is Thursday 21 March.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Country singer-songwriter Eric Church extends tour, adds Sacramento shows

Country singer-songwriter Eric Church announced he will be adding a series of extra tour dates on his “Double Down” tour, including two shows at the Golden 1 Center in November. … Clic…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: BETRAYAL Celebrates Opening Night by BroadwayWorld

The Jamie Lloyd Companyproduction of Harold Pinter'sBetrayalheld it's press night on 13 Marchat the Harold Pinter Theatre. The strictly limited season ends on 1 June. Directed by Jamie Lloyd…

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Film Review: “Transit” — Europe’s Unburied Past by Peg Aloi

In Transit, Christian Petzold explores why the ghosts of Europe’s troubled past are stirring once more. The post Film Review: “Transit” — Europe’s Unburied Past appeared first on …

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Fifty Words by Steven Morris

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Too Darn Hot! Glam Portraits of Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase & the Cast of Kiss Me, Kate on Opening Night by

Another op'nin', another show! The Broadway revival of Kiss Me, Kate opened at Studio 54 on March 14. Stars Kelli O'Hara and Will Chase and the entire company celebrated the big night in sty…

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Photo: Soldier Songs Ada Nieuwendijk   Chicago Opera Theater’s Orli and Bill Staley Music Director Lidiya [...] The post CHICAGO OPERA THEATER ANNOUNCES 47TH SEASON appeared first on Sho…

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(Marissa Nicosia’s article appeared on; via Pam Green.)   Citrus and sugar: Making marmalade with Hannah Woolley As our First Chefs recipe series continues, Marissa Nicosia w…

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James L. Nederlander and Broadway In Chicago are pleased to announce ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME, a new Broadway-bound [...] The post BROADWAY IN CHICAGO ANNOUNCES WORLD PREMIERE OF NEW …

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8th Annual Illinois High School Musical Theatre Awards To Be Held May 6 at Broadway Playhouse by Michael J. Roberts

Broadway In Chicago is delighted to announce that the eighth annual Illinois High School Musical Theatre Awards (IHSMTA) [...] The post 8th Annual Illinois High School Musical Theatre Awa…

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The Show: Kelli O'Hara & More Celebrate Kiss Me, Kate's Broadway Opening by

Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase and the cast of Kiss Me, Kate celebrate opening night.

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Baltimore Center Stage Taps Miss You Like Hell and Taye Diggs-Helmed Thoughts of a Colored Man by Olivia Clement

The theatre, under the new leadership of Stephanie Ybarra, unveils its 2019–2020 season.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

The wrestlers are ready, the Greenhouse crowd is waiting, the ring hasn't shown — a Chicago theater story by Doug George

As the story of a night of Chicago theater, this one’s got everything: Heroics, villains, wrestling, cheap drinks and an audience that won't give up on the players. Last weekend on Lincoln…

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Shuler Hensley stops by HQ to chat about playing Tom Kettle in The Ferryman and more with Eric King.

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Nothing Says St. Patrick’s Day Like 12 Killer Versions of Ahrens & Flaherty’s “The Streets of Dublin”

It's not St. Patrick's Day in NYC without at least a few listens to the Irish anthem “The Streets of Dublin”.

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54 Sings ABBA to Feature Cast Members from Mean Girls, Wicked, and The Prom by Adam Hetrick

The April 20 concert will feature some of the band’s biggest hits, including “Dancing Queen” and “Mamma Mia.”

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Of Critics, Bullies And Trolls – How Do You Tell Which Is Which? by Artsjournal

Famous people who spend a lot of time online become especially defensive; experts point to the explosion of social media for the increase in conflating bullies with critics. After all, bully…

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VIDEO: On This Day, March 15- MY FAIR LADY Celebrates A Loverly Opening Night On Broadway by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day in 1956, Broadway audiences fell in love withJulie AndrewsandRex Harrisonas they opened in My Fair Lady at theMark HellingerTheater.

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A Look at Black Super Hero Magic Mama at the Geffen Playhouse by Marc J. Franklin

The world premiere by Inda Craig-Galván opened in Los Angeles March 13.

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A First Look at the World Premiere of Ain’t No Mo’ Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Jordan E. Cooper's new play, directed by Stevie Walker-Webb, began performances March 12 at The Public Theater.

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The Reviews Are In: Kelli O'Hara and Will Chase Star in ‘Kiss Me, Kate!’ on Broadway by Danielle Moore

What did critics think of the updated revival of the Cole Porter classic?

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Disney Theatrical’s Women’s Day on Broadway Takes Over the St. James Theatre by Danielle Moore

The event featured theater “changemakers” on Broadway and beyond.

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VIDEO: Joshua Henry and Ricky Ubeda Perform New Take on 'Memory' from CATS by Stage Tube

Three-time Tony Award nominee Joshua Henry and Ricky Ubeda have come to the Jellicle Ball and teamed up for a new take on the classic song 'Memory' from the musical Cats, combining acoustic …

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Netflix Says It Will Make More Interactive Content by Artsjournal

The studio judges that its “Bandersnatch” project was a success and it’s exploring extending its experiments in letting viewers have more control of the stories they’re watching. But…

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Anything That Gives Off Light Is a Message in a Bottle to New York by Nathan Skethway

Jessica Almasy and Reuben Joseph talk devising, identity, and how the TEAM’s latest production at Joe's Pub exposes the humanity on the other side of the aisle.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Happy Hour on the Fringe: Conversation with Cecily Chapman on Public Practice Works by Raina Searles

On this episode of Happy Hour on the Fringe, hosts Zach Blackwood and Tenara Calem chat with FringeArts ambassador and Le Super Grand Continental (2018) dancer Cecily Chapman. The trio dis…

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SPACE to Showcase New Plays by Donnetta Lavinia Grays, Will Arbery, and More at Playwrights Horizons by Olivia Clement

The upcoming reading series will showcase new works from SPACE's recent Working Farm residencies.

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Odds & Ends: Laura Benanti & Bartlett Sher to Be Honored at Encompass Annual Gala & More by

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Laura Benanti & Bartlett Sher to Be Honored at Encompass Annual Gala Tony winners Laura Benanti and Bartlett Sher, star and…

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Beware the Ides of March through the Ages by New York Theater

On the Ides of March, exactly 2,063 years ago, Julius Caesar was smug, at least according to Shakespeare. “The ides of March are come,” he tells a soothsayer in Act III. “Ay, Caesar,…

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Indigenous Australian Artists: It’s Time We Stop Being Reviewed By White Culture by Artsjournal

“It feels like a moment where we are angry and ready enough to address how white Australian review culture maligns Indigenous work by only superficially engaging with it. It feels like a m…

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Review: ‘(M)iyamoto Is Black Enough’ and then some at the Wallis by Mark Swed

Well, that was a surprise! “(M)iyamoto Is Black Enough” — the first in what will be an ongoing collaboration between the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hill…

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Black Sox baseball opera ‘The Fix’ ready for its opening night by Associated Press

2019 marks the 100th anniversary of White Sox players conspiring to throw the 1919 World Series.

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DVR Alert: Laura Benanti to Return as 'Melania Trump' on Tonight's LATE SHOW by Linnae Medeiros

Benania returns Fans of Laura Benanti's take on Melania Trump should tune into tonight's LATE SHOW with Stephen Colbert Laura posted a photo from the taping of tonight's show and teased that…

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Head Over Heels and Drag Race Star Peppermint Will Join New York City Gay Men’s Chorus for Big Gay Sing by Adam Hetrick

The annual spring concerts will take place March 22–24 at NYU’s Skirball Center.

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Situation & Equalibrium group launched a podcast to help you get unstuck by Sit-Admin

Have you been feeling STUCK?  Then get your headphones out, because you’ll want to listen to this. We’re excited to […] The post Situation & Equalibrium group launched a podcast t…

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A Large Local Arts Funder Searches For A New Leader (And Ponders Some Existential Questions) by Artsjournal

Cleveland’s Cuyahoga Arts and Culture is one of the country’s largest local arts funders. As such it has an enormous impact on its arts community. Of course having money to spend support…

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‘Kiss Me, Kate’: Did critics find Broadway revival ‘too darn hot’ to handle? by David Buchanan

One of Cole Porter’s most popular shows, “Kiss Me, Kate,” hasn’t been seen on the boards of the Great White Way in nearly two decades. This season mark the return of the classic musi…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Broadway is Heating Up! Meet the Cast of BURN THIS- Now in Previews! by Julie Musbach

Three-time Emmy Award nominee Adam Driver Pale and Golden Globe Award Winner and Emmy Award Nominee Keri Russell Anna will lead the first revival of Pulitzer Prize Winner Lanford Wilson's Bu…

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Overnight Reviews Are Largely A Thing Of The Past. Is It A Good Thing? by Artsjournal

Is a review dashed out in an hour really going to be as good as one written under a more generous deadline? Sometimes, maybe: I know some critics who think British deadlines are the enemy of…

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Tony Awards 2019: Prediction center is open so make your early picks today by Sam Eckmann

Gold Derby’s 2019 Tony Awards prediction center is now open! Broadway productions must open by an April 25th cutoff date in order to be eligible for Tony consideration. So it’s time to m…

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Upcoming Equity Auditions for Mean Girls, Freaky Friday, Beauty and the Beast, More by Playbill Staff

Find your next job with this selection of upcoming calls for Broadway and shows around the country.

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Daddy Long Legs review. Monumental Theatre’s polished production outshines the musical by Jeffrey Walker

When two highly engaging performers are saddled with less than dynamic material, you can at least revel in their onstage chemistry and delightful voices. Even the design work attempts to ele…

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Tori Sampson’s If Pretty Hurts... Extends Off-Broadway Run by Andrew Gans

The world-premiere production opened March 10 in Playwrights Horizons' Mainstage Theater.

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Get a Backstage Look at the Metropolitan Opera’s Epic Ring Cycle by Ryan McPhee

Wagner’s four-part, 18-hour saga returns to the Met, with the 45-ton set known as the “machine.”

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VIDEO: Stephanie J. Block of THE CHER SHOW Performs 'If I Could Turn Back Time' by Stage Tube

Stephanie J. Block from The Cher Show stopped bythis morning's episode ofLivewithKellyandRyan' toperform If I Could Turn Back Time' from the Broadway musical

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Visual Arts Review: “Tolkien: Maker of Middle-Earth” — Treasures of an Imaginary World by Clea Simon

This is the most extensive public display of original J.R.R. Tolkien material for several generations. The post Visual Arts Review: “Tolkien: Maker of Middle-Earth” — Treasures of an I…

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Stephanie J. Block from The Cher Show on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan by Iris Chan

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Watch The Winner Of This Year’s ‘Dance Your PhD’ Contest by Artsjournal1

Oh yes, there is such a thing: it’s run by Science magazine and the American Association for the Advancement of Science. And this year’s winner, Superconductivity: The Musical! by (and s…

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Magic Time!: ‘Limits’ by Cirkus Cirkör at The Kennedy Center by John Stoltenberg

The circus I fell in love with as a kid is gone. It was touted at the time as the greatest show on earth: a three-ring tented extravaganza that smelled of roasted peanuts, sawdust, and manur…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Lackawanna Blues’ is potent as live memoir, an actor’s tribute to the woman who rescued him by Charles McNulty

Tony winner Ruben Santiago-Hudson recalls Nanny, the woman who guided him through boyhood, in a music-infused performance that proves theater, not TV, is the best way to experience this vivi…

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The Cher Show's Stephanie J. Block Sings 'If I Could Turn Back Time' on Live with Kelly and Ryan by Andy Lefkowitz

Two-time Tony nominee Stephanie J. Block is bringing sass and vocal power to the title role of the new Broadway musical The Cher Show every night at the Neil Simon Theatre. In celebration o…

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Creators of Then She Fell to Take Over Brookfield Place With Immersive ’80s Pop-Up Show by Olivia Clement

The site-specific Oasis will be free and open to the public beginning April 1.

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Watch Stephanie J. Block Sing From Broadway's The Cher Show by Ruthie Fierberg

The star of the new bio-musical sings “If I Could Turn Back Time” and turns back time herself to recall the first time she met Cher.

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Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish by Billboard

Broadway legend Joel Grey is directing a new kind of Fiddler on the Roof -- and it's become an off-Broadway hit. He joins stars Steven Skybell, Rachel Zatcoff and Ben Liebert to explain just…

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Meet DC’s National Gallery’s First Woman Director by Artsjournal

The gallery’s fifth director, Kaywin Feldman thinks that her appointment as the institution’s first woman director broadcasts a commitment to diversity. When she started working in the f…

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Public Theater Annual Gala Women of the Public Set for June at the Delacorte by Andy Lefkowitz

The Public Theater has announced its annual gala, Women of the Public, set to take place on June 3 at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park. Directed by Tony nominee Leigh Silverman, the hig…

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BWW TV: KISS ME KATE's Sarah Meahl Takes Over Instagram For Opening Night! by BroadwayWorld TV

Last night's opening night of Kiss Me, Kate at Studio 54 was too darn hot, and we got a sneak peek at all of the behind-the-scenes shenanigans thanks to cast member Sarah Meahl's Instagram S…

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Know a Theatre: Shadowbox Live of Columbus, Ohio by American Theatre Editors

You've heard of rock ’n’ roll theatre, but this company is living the dream: It started in a garage and is now a full-time "meta-media" producing organization.

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Want some journalistic intrigue? Go to “The Source” by Philip

There is some real good acting on display these days at New Jersey Repertory Company. Not only do the three cast members of “The Source,” Jack Canfora’s trippy excursion into the world…

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Photo Flash: Ballet Black Takes the Stage at the Barbican by Roy Tan

There's always a buzz when Ballet Black take to the main stage, their popular programmes contrasting dramatic and playful storytelling in a lively showcase of powerful choreography.

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See Natalie Walker, Lesli Margherita, and More at The Skivvies’ March Concert by Marc J. Franklin

The stripped-down musical duo returned to Joe’s Pub March 11.

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Engineers Not Found Will Examine Gender Bias in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math Fields by Adam Hetrick

Honest Accomplice Theatre produces the ensemble piece based on the experiences of women and trans individuals in the STEM workforce.

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The Turn of the Screw review at Bury Court, Farnham – ‘starkly theatrical production of Britten’s bewitching opera’ by Yehuda Shapiro

It is surprising that Bury Court Opera has waited until its final season to stage The Turn of the Screw: the company’s

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Off-Broadway’s Best-Connected, Best-Loved Talent-Spotter by Artsjournal1

“For the past 15 years, [Jason Eagan] has been the remarkably well-connected, stealthily low-profile, principal creative force shaping the innovative Off-Broadway incubator Ars Nova. … H…

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Photo Coverage: Jane Krakowski, Joel Grey & More Walk the Red Carpet at KISS ME, KATE! by Walter McBride

Kiss Me, Kate officially opened last night, March 14, at Roundabout's Studio 54. This is a limited engagement through Sunday, June 2, 2019. Check out photos from the star-studded red carpet …

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FROM DOWN UNDER: Melbourne Theatre Company’s A View from the Bridge by Simon Parris

Stripped raw and utterly lean, the new Melbourne Theatre Company production of A View from the Bridge thrives on the strength of its compelling characters and elegantly spare language, hurtl…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Sook-Yin Lee’s Unsafe is overlong and overburdened by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Stringing together one research example after another and interspersing them with vignettes about how hard it is to make art do not make a particularly meaningful contribution to the convers…

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Can Broadway chill with all the high school shows? by Johnny Oleksinski

Imagine that you’re at the Times Square TKTS booth looking for a Broadway show to see. You glance up at the board and notice four conspicuous titles: “The Office: The Musical,” “Cubi…

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VIDEO: He's Truly THE MUSIC MAN! 10 Favorite Theatrical Performances from the Great Hugh Jackman by Paul Smith

BroadwayWorld reported earlier this week that the star of stage and screen, Hugh Jackman, will be returning to Broadway late next year in The Music Man. We know he'll soon be singing 'Sevent…

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VIDEO: Gavin Creel and Andrew Rannells Charm at BROADWAY BACKWARDS by Stage Tube

A bevy of Broadway's brightest stars joined a sold-out audience on March 11, 2019 for Broadway Backwards. Watch superstarsGavin Creel and Andrew Rannells perform 'Where You Are' below

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Kristolyn Lloyd, Alysha Umphress, and More to Star in New Musical From Olay by Playbill Staff

The skincare brand will premiere Olay Live: The Road to Glow at New World Stages in April.

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Is London’s Proposed New Concert Hall Merely A Play For Bragging Rights? by Artsjournal

The scheme is slated to cost nearly £300 million and is London’s volley in an intercontinental game of high culture one-upmanship, which in recent years has produced Herzog & de Meur…

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Review: ‘Lackawanna Blues’ is potent as live memoir, an actor’s tribute to the woman who rescued him by Charles McNulty

“Lackawanna Blues,” Ruben Santiago-Hudson’s theatrical memoir about being raised by a big-hearted proprietor of a boardinghouse for castaways and strays in an industrial upstate New Yo…

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Theater Review: HTC’s “Romeo and Juliet” — A Seamless Marriage between Old and New by Erik Nikander

The HTC's Romeo and Juliet may be dressed in modern trappings, but the play’s elemental heart and soul are left fully intact. The post Theater Review: HTC’s “Romeo and Juliet” — A …

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AIN'T TOO PROUD Performance to Air on NBC by BroadwayWorld

Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations will make its national late-night television debut on NBC's The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, on Thursday, March 21st. This tele…

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Review: ‘The Seagull’ at The Wheel Theatre Company by Em Skow

An aspiring playwright and son loves an aspiring actress and ingenue. A famous actress and mother loves a famous writer and inconstant. Life doesn’t often provide neat parallels between ge…

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Inside the Rehearsal Room | DEAR EVAN HANSEN by Dear Evan Hansen

Two casts on a perfect day. The DEAR EVAN HANSEN Toronto company met their Broadway counterparts during rehearsals in NYC before returning to Canada to begin performances for the show’s fi…

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The Crown Dual review at King’s Head Theatre, London – ‘an entertaining parody’ by Paul Vale

Out-of-work actor Beth Buckingham believes she was born to play the role of Elizabeth II in the Netflix series The Crown. When

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Another Op'nin', Another Show! See Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase & More Celebrate Kiss Me, Kate's Broadway Bow by

And then out of the hat, it's that big first night! Broadway opening season is underway, and Roundabout's revival of Kiss Me, Kate officially bowed at Studio 54 on March 14. See photos of Ke…

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‘A Cross Between Birgit Nilsson And Tina Fey’: How A Perfectly Good Mozart Soprano Became The World’s Leading Wagnerian Hero-Diva by Artsjournal1

Says Alexander Neef, general director of Canadian Opera Company, about Christine Goerke, “People can’t get over the sheer power of the voice — and I don’t mean only the volume. … I…

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‘You have a richly satisfyingly night at the theatre’: Oliver Beamish chats about the transfer of Billy Bishop Goes to War by Emma Clarendon

Love London Love Culture’s Emma Clarendon spoke to actor Oliver Beamish about the transfer of Billy Bishop Goes to War to the Southwark Playhouse.

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Exit Interview: Please Welcome Tracy Letts to the Stage. Now, Say Goodbye. by Michael Paulson

The play “Nassim,” which never features the same actor twice, reminded the acclaimed writer and performer of the power of listening.

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‘Saturday Night Live’ Accused of Plagiarizing New York Comedy Duo’s Sketches (EXCLUSIVE) by Daniel Holloway

“Saturday Night Live” aired last October a sketch about a pumpkin patch where the employees, much to the consternation of the proprietor, engage in sexual intercourse with the product. …

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'A Bronx Tale' at the Nederlander Theatre is Chazz Palminteri’s comfortable, old-school kind of musical. Just don't step in anyone's way. by Chris Jones

Chatting with a friend in another row Wednesday night, I inadvertently blocked the aisle of the James M. Nederlander Theatre, briefly impeding a heavyset man heading to his seat for “A Bro…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Christine Baranski Was Moved by Her Theater Hall of Fame Induction by Stage Tube

Christine Baranski was a guest on last night's episode ofThe Late Show With Stephen Colbert to talk about the CBS All Access show she stars in,The Good Fight.During the interview, Baranski t…

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Film Review: “To Sleep With Anger” — The Devil’s Temptations by Matt Hanson

To Sleep with Anger is a masterpiece, a powerful reminder that, however seductive the devil might be, he can be overcome. The post Film Review: “To Sleep With Anger” — The Devil’s Te…

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Ain’t Too Proud – Headed for The Tonight Show by Mark A. Robinson

Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Time of the Temptations, the forthcoming musical biography about the titular band that enjoyed a parade of hits in the 60s and 70s, is headed for network t…

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Christian Borle Lands Series-Regular Role on ABC Drama Pilot Until the Wedding by Andy Lefkowitz

Christian Borle is lending his talents back to the small screen. The two-time Tony winner and former Smash star has been cast in ABC's new romantic drama pilot Until the Wedding, Deadline re…

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The 39 Steps review at New Vic Theatre, Newcastle-under-Lyme – ‘delightfully zany’ by Natalie Douglas

In Patrick Barlow’s Olivier-winning 2005 reworking of the classic John Buchan spy caper, pretty much everything – even death – is a

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The New York Philharmonic Celebrates the Music of John Adams by Rebecca Winzenried

The decades-long relationship between Adams and the orchestra continues as the composer returns as a curator of new works.

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How Kiss Me, Kate’s Corbin Bleu Wound Up Tap-Dancing on the Ceiling and More Reveals From Opening Night by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch Will Chase, Stephanie Styles, choreographer Warren Carlyle, and more share backstage secrets from the 2019 Broadway revival.

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Photo Flash: Inside WOMEN'S DAY ON BROADWAY by BroadwayWorld

In celebration of International Women's Day, Disney on Broadway hosted the2nd annual 'Women's Day on Broadway.' Following its launch in 2018, the event continues to aimto engage attendees of…

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Theatre Review: ‘Heathers the Musical’ at Howard Community College by Susan Brall

“Heathers the Musical” by Laurence O’Keefe and Kevin Murphy and directed by Brad Watkins is playing at Howard Community College, Smith Theatre at the Horowitz Center for Visual and Per…

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A Snapshot Of Arts Workers In Local Arts Agencies by Artsjournal

A survey by Americans for the Arts gives an idea of salaries and demographics of arts workers across America’s local arts agencies. – Americans for the Arts

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VIDEO: Inside Circuit Playhouse's MADAGASCAR: A MUSICAL ADVENTURE by Stage Tube

The Circuit Playhouse, in partnership with Amy Hertz, Robert Shankman, and super sponsor Dr. Thomas Ratliff, welcome the jungle to Memphis' professional theatre stage.

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Not-so-negative space: Rachel Whiteread's acclaimed exhibition comes to St. Louis by Jane Henderson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Rachel Whiteread’s “House” only stood for about three months, but even London cabbies knew where to go when riders asked.

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Double trouble: death, drugs and dancing daggers in two new Macbeths by Miriam Gillinson

With their coke-fuelled visions and weaponised guitars, these productions put a new spin on Shakespeare’s tragedy Two new versions of Macbeth march to a very different beat but music pulse…

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BWW Interview: Taylor Hicks, Rachel Potter, and Brian Clowdus Talk Creating a Home Run with SHENANDOAH by Sally Henry

Serenbe Playhouse has become known in Metro Atlanta for its immersive outdoor productions, and for their latest endeavor, director Brian Clowdus has recruited musical star power.

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BE MORE CHILL to Release Broadway Cast Recording by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld hasjust learned that hit Broadway musical sensation Be More Chillwill record a new cast album

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Kelsey Grammer-Led Man of La Mancha Sets Full Casting at London Coliseum by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for the highly anticipated new U.K. staging of Man of La Mancha. The previously announced production, directed by Lonny Price, will begin previews on April 26 ahead of an…

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Go Inside the 2019 Women’s Day on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The Disney on Broadway event returned to the St. James Theatre March 12.

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Tony Winner Christian Borle Lands Role in ABC’s Until the Wedding by Andrew Gans

The romantic drama pilot also stars Olivia Thirlby and E.J. Bonilla.

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A Friend Asked This Baltimore Sun Reporter To Try Being A Private Eye. She Became A Bestselling Crime Novelist Instead by Artsjournal1

“In this extended interview, [Laura] Lippman discusses her transition from reporter to writer of such novels as What the Dead Know and Sunburn, how women over 60 make the best spies, and w…

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‘Educates & enlightens audiences’: 10 – Vault Festival by Laura Kressly

In 10, playwright Lizzie Milton wants to redress the balance. The potted stories of 10 women who have been largely forgotten in the passage of time unfold in choral celebration, serving to b…

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Photo Exclusive: Meet the Cast of the Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical Tour by Nathan Skethway

The camp musical hits the road after sold-out runs in Los Angeles and New York.

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Petula Clark & Joseph Millson will play the Bird Woman and Mr Banks in the new West End production of Mary Poppins

It’s shaping into quite a cast and we still have several months to wait before the opening! Joining Zizi Strallen’s Mary and Charlie Stemp’s Bert will be Joseph Millson, as Mr George …

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How To Make a Fosse/Verdon Musical Theatre Fans Will Love by Mark Peikert

Tony-winning writer Steven Levenson created a TV show that will get fans of the duo and their work—like Chicago, Cabaret, and more—clamoring.

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Spring Preview: Zak Orth Is in a Hill and Bill Sandwich by

In the alternate reality set up by Hillary and Clinton, a former first lady is attempting to save her campaign for U.S. president on the eve of the 2008 New Hampshire primary. It’s a world…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

'Richard Hawley gets it!' Park Hill residents praise Sheffield musical by Ammar Kalia

The giant housing estate has seen highs and endured lows, as captured in the new show Standing at the Sky’s Edge, which has impressed those who know the place best Residents of Sheffield…

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ArtsBeat Radio on 89.5fm/WSKB 3/15/19: Berkshire Theatre Group's Kate Maguire. by Mark G Auerbach

ArtsBeat Radio on 89.5fm/WSKB for 3/15/19. An hour with Kate Maguire, CEO of Berkshire Theatre Group, who previews the organization' 91st season.

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An Exclusive Look at Disney's Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure Featuring the Voice of Eden Espinosa by Olivia Clement

Catch a snippet of Espinosa singing an original Alan Menken and Glenn Slater song in the upcoming episode.

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Company’s Rosalie Craig: ‘The industry needs to be more human to performers with children’ by Matthew Hemley

Company star Rosalie Craig has urged the theatre industry to be more “human” when it comes to the needs of performers with

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Brush Up Your Shakespeare with the Cast of Kiss Me, Kate on Opening Night by

The cast of Kiss Me, Kate brush up their Shakespeare with Matt Rodin in this Red Carpet Challenge from opening night!

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Scotland’s £90m annual funding to be scrutinised by culture committee by Thom Dibdin

Scotland’s annual £90 million state funding for the arts is to be scrutinised by the Scottish Parliament’s culture committee. The committee has

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NEWS: Peter Polycarpou will play Sancho Panza opposite Kelsey Grammer’s Don Quixote in ENO’s Man of La Mancha by Press Releases

Renowned stage, film and TV performer Peter Polycarpou will play Don Quixote’s squire, Sancho Panza in Man of the Mancha at the London Coliseum; the first West End production of this multi…

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NY’s New Hudson Yards – Architecture As Luxury Branding With A Giant Waste Basket In The Center by Artsjournal

Michael Kimmelman: “It gives physical form to a crisis of city leadership, asleep at the wheel through two administrations, and to a pernicious theory of civic welfare that presumes privat…

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Jesse J. Perez brings a new voice to classical acting as he takes over leadership of Old Globe/USD graduate program by James Hebert

Step into Jesse J. Perez’s office at the University of San Diego and the first thing you spy might be the bobblehead dolls of Darth Vader and company lined up on a shelf.

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More Like a Peck on the Cheek: ‘Kiss Me, Kate!’ Opens on Broadway by Matthew Wexler

Kelli O'Hara and Will Chase star in the latest revival of "Kiss Me, Kate!" but the musical's romance and revelry only come alive from its leading lady. The post More Like a Peck on the Cheek…

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Broadway Company of Be More Chill to Record New Cast Album by Ryan McPhee

The musical, featuring a score by Joe Iconis, opened at Broadway’s Lyceum Theatre March 10.

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Danny Mac Joins Cast of the UK Tour of AMELIE by BroadwayWorld

West End performer, Strictly Come Dancing favourite and television actor Danny Mac has been confirmed to join the UK tour of Amelie The Musical, based on the much-loved, five-time Oscar-nomi…

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AVENUE Q Will Host Special Events in Honor of World Puppetry Day by BroadwayWorld

Avenue Q - the Tony Award winning Best Musical set to end its 15 year run in NYC this spring - will celebrate WORLD PUPPETRY DAY on Thursday, March 21, 2019 with a one-night-only roster of s…

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Danny Mac & More to Join Audrey Brisson in U.K. Premiere of Amélie Musical by Andy Lefkowitz

West End veteran and Strictly Come Dancing star Danny Mac has been cast as Nino Quincampoix in the upcoming U.K.-premiere staging of the musical Amélie. He joins the previously announced st…

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Gallery: The Olivier Awards 2019 nominee portraits by Robin Johnson

The Olivier Awards 2019 with Mastercard nominees celebrated their achievements with these glistening portrait shots, all taken by photographer David Levene. The post Gallery: The Olivier Awa…

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BURN THIS Will Offer Lottery Tickets Via TodayTix by BroadwayWorld

In honor of the first preview of the Broadway revival of Burn This, the show has announced that exclusive 39 lottery tickets will be available through TodayTix beginning today. Tickets are s…

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Be More Chill Cast Recording Will Get an 'Upgrade'; Broadway Album Due Out This Spring by Andy Lefkowitz

Be More Chill, the celebrated musical featuring an original score by Joe Iconis, has announced the release of an original Broadway cast recording from Ghostlight Records. The album will be r…

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Be More Chill Cast Recording Will Get an 'Upgrade'; Broadway Album to Be Released This Spring by Andy Lefkowitz

Be More Chill, the celebrated musical featuring an original score by Joe Iconis, has announced the release of an original Broadway cast recording from Ghostlight Records. The album will be r…

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Executive Director – Berkshire Opera Festival by Artsjournal

Berkshire Opera Festival seeks applications for the position of Executive Director from individuals with broad practical experience in opera company administration and fund-raising.

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Derek Klena, Micaela Diamond, Antonio Cipriano, and More Cast in Second Stage's DOGFIGHT, As Part of Musical Mondays by BroadwayWorld

Second Stage Theater has announced casting for Peter Duchan, Benj Pasek, and Justin Paul's DOGFIGHT as a part of the special concert series, Musical Mondays, in celebration of the acclaimed …

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Working To Diversify The Buncha-White-Guys World Of Improv by Artsjournal1

“Improv may still skew white, but things are changing. … The following folks are currently working to alter perceptions and expectations about improv. Some are longtime warriors, others …

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Throwing Out My CDs by Ben Rimalower: OKLAHOMA! by Ben Rimalower

In 10th Grade, I was in the chorus of a production of Oklahoma in the auditorium of my synagogue and it was the best theatrical experience I've ever had. I remember getting home from the clo…

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‘Full of energy & heart’: SPARKPLUG – Touring ★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

“I’ve got two dads.” Playwright, actor and spoken word artist David Judge’s latest play SparkPlug is inspired by autobiographical events: his mother is white, his biological father i…

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The Trials of Oscar Wilde: How the notorious courtroom drama was brought to life by Nick Smurthwaite

The real story of the trials that led to Oscar Wilde’s imprisonment returns for a UK tour this month. Merlin Holland tells

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

The Good Fight’s Christine Baranski Has Acting in Her Genes by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony and Emmy winner—and Mamma Mia! star—reflects on her induction in the Theater Hall of Fame.

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VIDEO: THE CHER SHOW's Jarrod Spector and Micaela Diamond Sing 'I Got You Babe' on TODAY by Stage Tube

Jarrod Spector and Micaela Diamond, who play Sonny and Cher in the Broadway hit 'The Cher Show,' tookthe stage on TODAY to perform the 1965 track 'I Got You Babe.'

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Casting Complete for U.K. Premiere of Amélie Musical by Andrew Gans

The stage adaptation of the 2001 film will play the Watermill Theatre beginning April 11; a tour will follow.

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Nonwhite And Female TV Writers Take An Awful Lot Of Crap In The Workplace: Study by Artsjournal1

“[They] faced discrimination and harassment from their fellow staff members. They remained in the same lowly jobs as their counterparts were promoted. They watched their pitches get ignore…

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Derek Klena and Micaela Diamond to Headline Dogfight Concert at Second Stage by Adam Hetrick

Klena originated the role of Eddie Birdlace in the 2012 Off-Broadway premiere of the Pasek and Paul musical.

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Go Inside the Opening Night of Kiss Me, Kate on Broadway by Nathan Skethway

Cole Porter's musical comedy gets a revamped revival from Roundabout at Studio 54.

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21 ‘Hamilton’ Memes That Continue To Give Us Life by Kailey Hansen

Our incurable addiction to ‘Hamilton’ is still alive and well (*cue “Stay Alive” track*) and one chronic symptom is browsing tens of thousands of ‘Hamilton’ memes on the reg. If …

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The Cher Show Stars Singing on The Today Show by Iris Chan

Jarrod Spector and Micaela Diamond, who respectively play Sonny and Cher in the Broadway hit The Cher Show, take the stage on TODAY to perform the 1965 track “I Got You Babe.” The post…

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Peeling review at Redhouse Cymru, Merthyr Tydfil – ‘thought-provoking and entertaining’ by Nicholas Davies

After 10 years of creating outdoor plays involving D/deaf and physically disabled actors (performing in spaces as unlikely as woodland and castles),

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Photo Coverage: Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase & More Celebrate a Wunderbar Opening Night for KISS ME, KATE! by Linda Lenzi

It was all wunderbar last night at Studio 54, as Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase, and the company of Roundabout's latest musical, Kiss Me, Kate, celebrated opening night. BroadwayWorld was on hand …

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BWW Review: Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase Star in a KISS ME, KATE That Offers Another Rewrite, Another Show by Michael Dale

Buried amongst the over twenty names receiving the smallest-sized billing for their contributions to Roundabout Theatre Company's hot new revival of Cole Porter and Sam amp Bella Spewack's m…

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Petula Clark to Join Zizi Strallen & Charlie Stemp in West End's Mary Poppins by Andy Lefkowitz

Additional casting is set for the upcoming West End return of Mary Poppins. Music icon Petula Clark and theater veteran Joseph Millson have joined the company as the Bird Woman and George Ba…

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BWW Review: THE CROWN DUAL, King's Head Theatre by Gary Naylor

The Crown Dual piles laughs upon laughs in a madcap parody of the Netflix show that you don't even need to have seen in order to enjoy this hilarious two-hander.

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WATCH: Broadway Matchmaking with Fiddler on the Roof's Jackie Hoffman by Roberto Araujo

The Emmy-nominated actor and comedian riffs on her character, Yente, by hilariously matchmaking iconic Broadway characters.

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Micaela Diamond & Derek Klena to Sing Pasek & Paul's Dogfight at Second Stage by Andy Lefkowitz

Micaela Diamond, standout star of The Cher Show, has been cast in the central role of Rose Fenny in Second Stage's upcoming one-night concert staging of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul's 2012 mus…

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Taxi by Trav S.D.

Having already did a thinky tribute to the great Andy Kaufman, we hang today’s Taxi post on the show’s actual star Judd Hirsch, whose birthday it is. It’s rare to meet someone who does…

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Watch a Sneak Peek of City Center Encores! Production of I Married an Angel by Roberto Araujo

The musical features Sara Mearns, Nikki M. James, Mark Evans, and more.

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Afghanistan’s First All-Women Orchestra Is Now Touring Abroad by Artsjournal1

The ensemble Zohra, named for the ancient Persian goddess of music, was created five years ago for the female students at the Afghanistan National Institute of Music, itself founded only in …

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Paul Mayhew-Archer: ‘Parkinson’s shouldn’t be funny but it’s making me laugh’ by Harriet Gibsone

The Vicar of Dibley writer and I’m Sorry I Haven’t a Clue producer on the things that make him laugh the most I produced Andy Hamilton and Nick Revell’s Million Pound Radio Show. It in…

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‘A load of female-led fun’: 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL – West End ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

9 To 5 is a feel-good show, helmed by powerful performers who allow you to ignore the shortcomings and enjoy it for what it is: a load of female led fun.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Romantic comedy musical The Season to premiere in Northampton and Ispwich by Georgia Snow

A new romantic comedy musical set in New York is being brought to the stage this year by the Royal and Derngate

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, March 15, 2019 by Susan Grace

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See The Bachelor’s Colton Underwood and Cassie Randolph Celebrate First Date at Frozen by Marc J. Franklin

The new couple joined Patti Murin and the company of the hit Disney musical March 14.

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Petula Clarke and Joseph Millson join the cast of Mary Poppins by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Petula Clarke and Joseph Millson are to join Zizi Strallen and Charlie Stemp in the West End revival of Mary Poppins the musical at the Prince Edward Theatre. This post Petul…

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Will Roland and the cast of 'Be More Chill' perform 'More Than Survive' live on 'GMA' by Broadway History

The cult hit Be More Chill, featuring music and lyrics by Joe Iconis, a book by Joe Tracz , direction by Stephen Brackett and choreography by Chase Brock, officially opened on March 10, 2019.

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Gene Pack, 86, Salt Lake City’s Classical Radio Host For 40 Years by Artsjournal1

“Pack was host of KUER’s classical-music programming from 1960, when the station went on the air, to March 2001, when the station’s midday format was changed from classical music to al…

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‘The Cher Show’ stars sing ‘I Got You Babe’ live on TODAY by Broadway History

Jarrod Spector and Micaela Diamond, who respectively play Sonny and Cher in the Broadway hit “The Cher Show,” take the stage on TODAY to perform the 1965 track “I Got You Babe.”

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Petula Clark Will Join Zizi Strallen and Hello, Dolly!’s Charlie Stemp in London Revival of Mary Poppins by Andrew Gans

The Disney-Cameron Mackintosh musical will follow Aladdin into the Prince Edward Theatre.

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Romance Romance review at Above the Stag, London – ‘heartfelt performances’ by Dave Fargnoli

Smartly reframing Barry Harman’s whimsical 1987 musical Romance Romance for a contemporary audience, this tight and tender version is full of wit

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Review: Blood Knot, Orange Tree Theatre by Franciska Éry

Review: Blood Knot, Orange Tree Theatre4.0starsWe are in apartheid Port Elizabeth, South Africa, 1961. The world outside is divided by race. We sit with the light-skinned Nathan McMullen’s…

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God of Chaos review at Theatre Royal Plymouth – ‘a stylish, funny production’ by Ben Kulvichit

Violent pornography? Gone. Non-offensive insults? Stay. “God is gay”? That one’s up for debate. Debate is what the characters in Phil Porter’s

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PBS Launches Subscription Streaming Service On Amazon Prime by Artsjournal1

“The new streamer, [called PBS Living and] costing $2.99 per month after a seven-day free trial, will offer classic PBS series like The French Chef, This Old House and Antiques Roadshow, a…

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Peter Polycarpou joins cast of Man of La Mancha by Matthew Hemley

Peter Polycarpou is joining the cast of Man of La Mancha, alongside the previously announced Kelsey Grammer and Danielle de Niese. He

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Award Winning Production Of Liane Grant's HALF ME, HALF YOU Comes to The Tristan Bates Theatre by BroadwayWorld

What if you were black, gay and a woman in America right now

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Blood and Guts by Linda Veneris

Making gory onstage effects with everyday ingredients The post Blood and Guts appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Nick Stewart a.k.a. “Nicodemus” by Trav S.D.

Everybody in It’s a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World is somebody, even if it takes a little digging to find out who they are. I keep thinking I’ve written about everyone in that film, but then k…

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Gimlet Media Becomes First Podcast Company To Unionize by Artsjournal1

“The 83-person staff of Gimlet Media, a podcasting startup acquired by music streaming service Spotify for $230 million in February, is unionizing with the Writers Guild of America, East (…

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Global Roundup 3/14: Britney Musical Comes To Chicago, Alice Ripley in INTO THE WOODS, DIANA Reviews, and More! by Bww Special

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature…

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‘Intelligent & thought-provoking’: ANGRY ALAN – Soho Theatre by Liz Dyer

Angry Alan might appear at first glance to be a comedy (albeit a pretty dark one), and there are plenty of laughs to be had at the expense of both Roger and his new friends in the men’s ri…

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Seattle’s Intersections Festival shows how comedy is evolving by Naomi Ishisaka

Intersections, now in its second year and running March 21-24 at Youngstown Cultural Arts Center, is a comedy festival focused on equity, inclusion and representation. The performer lineup i…

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BWW's On This Day - March 15, 2019

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

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‘Friends With Guns,’ cruel girls in ‘The Wolves’ and other picks from L.A’s small stages by F. Kathleen Foley

When it comes to communication, humans can have dangerously selective hearing, as demonstrated this week in the 99-Seat Beat, our look at L.A.’s small-theater scene. Sarah DeLappe’s Puli…

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Ask a Showrunner: ‘Billions’: Brian Koppelman and David Levien on Money, Power and American Gods by Sean T. Collins

Ahead of Season 4, the showrunners talked about what it’s like to portray excess in a world that keeps stretching the definition.

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Last Chance To See Ticket Offers For MOTOWN THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Motown The Musical uncovers the story of the legendary record label that changed music history and created the soundtrack of a generation. The West End production closes 20 April - check out…

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Photo Flash: UK Tour Of PRISCILLA, QUEEN OF THE DESERT Extends - Check Out All New Photos by BroadwayWorld

The brand-new production of the much-loved glittering hit musical Priscilla, Queen of the Desert the Musical will extend its UK tour dates through to 2020. The show, which was announced last…

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THEATER: All the Moving Parts - Premiere - Playwright Theresa Rebeck by Cunytv75

On the premier episode of “THEATER: All The Moving Parts””, Host Patrick Pacheco welcomes the renowned and prolific playwright Theresa Rebeck.

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REVIEW: Admissions, Trafalgar Studios London ✭✭✭✭ by Helena Payne

By Helena Payne Helena Payne reviews Alex Kingston in Admissions by Joshua Harmon now playing at Trafalgar Studios, London. This post REVIEW: Admissions, Trafalgar Studios London ✭✭✭…

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Another Casualty Of Government Shutdown: Smithsonian’s Folklife Festival by Artsjournal1

“The Smithsonian Institution has canceled this summer’s 10-day Folklife Festival celebrating the music and culture of Benin and Brazil and will replace it with a smaller event.” Instea…

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NEWS: Petula Clark & Joseph Millson join the cast of West End’s Mary Poppins by Press Releases

Petula Clark and Joseph Millson play the Bird Woman and George Banks in the new production of Mary Poppins which returns to its original West End home at the Prince Edward Theatre from 23 Oc…

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Burglars break into historic St. Louis mansion's carriage house, steal computer equipment by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The museum recently launched a campaign to restore the mansion's windows.

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BWW Review: LET'S SUMMON DEMONS, VAULT Festival by Cindy Marcolina

In a derelict house built on the path walked by the dead in the middle of nowhere in Wales, a coven of witches comes together. Written by Katy Schutte, Let's Summon Demons is a semi-particip…

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Vivian Cherry, 98, Photographic Poet Of New York Street Scenes by Artsjournal1

“[Her] curiosity about people’s lives, inspired by the artistry of photographers like Dorothea Lange, Helen Levitt and Paul Strand, brought her to the city’s streets to take finely obs…

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Thrilling Tap Dancing Mostly The Reason To See My One And Only by Bill Hirschman

It would be facile and unfair to say the one and only reason to see the Broward Stage Door production of the musical My One and Only is the exuberant joyful tap dancing. The leading lady has…

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BWW Review: 10, VAULT Festival by Cindy Marcolina

Playwright Lizzie Milton unearths ten stories previously buried deep inside white history and delivers them with forward storytelling and a no-holds-barred attitude.

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BWW Interview: Oliver Alvin-Wilson Talks THE TWILIGHT ZONE by Fiona Scott

Oliver Alvin-Wilson is known for a plethora of Shakespearean roles, Nine Night, and the previous run of The Twilight Zone at the Almeida Theatre.He now speaks to BroadwayWorld about returnin…

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Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 the musical UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Dolly Parton's 9 to 5 the musical UK Tour is to commence in September 2019. This second production of the hit musical follows the success of 9 to 5 at London's Savoy Theatre.…

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REVIEW: Betrayal, Harold Pinter Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Harold Pinter's Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston, Charlie Cox and Zawe Ashton now playing at the Harold Pinter Theatre. This post REVIEW: Betrayal, Har…

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For First Time, English National Ballet Hires Staff Medical Director To Care For Dancers by Artsjournal1

“The company, led by Tamara Rojo, has hired Andy Reynolds in the new role, which will see him lead a team comprising a company doctor, physiotherapist, and a masseur and acupuncturist. Rey…

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‘Atmospheric if slightly thin’: REBUS: LONG SHADOWS – Rose Theatre, Kingston ★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Rebus: Long Shadows is a bit of a mixed bag, lacking in intensity and with a plot which is overly complicated, but the production is suitably atmospheric and engaging to watch unfold.

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The First Women-Only Club For Arts Workers Is Key For Overcoming Inequality In Industry, Says Founder by Artsjournal1

Joanna Payne, founder and director of the London club called Marguerite: “In an ideal world, we wouldn’t need all-female spaces of any kind … But [for] all the time that the ‘ideal w…

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Friday, March 15, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Peeling review – fierce and funny trio storm the stage in vulva gowns by Gareth Llŷr Evans

Theatr Brycheiniog, BreconKaite O’Reilly’s play challenges societal expectations of deaf and disabled women and tick-box exercises in inclusivity Alfa, Beaty and Coral are three deaf and…

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The Hungarians of Show Business by Trav S.D.

Today is the National Day of Hungary, commemorating the 1848 Revolution when Hungary sought independence from the Austrian Empire. I thought I would take the opportunity to celebrate Hungari…

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Betrayal starring Tom Hiddleston at the Harold Pinter Theatre – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

If Jamie Lloyd’s Pinter at the Pinter season was the main course – dish after dish of one-act Harold Pinter plays in

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All Of Germany’s States Agree To Start Repatriating Looted Items In Museums by Artsjournal1

“The culture ministers of Germany’s 16 states agreed to create conditions for the repatriation of artifacts in public collections that were taken ‘in ways that are legally or morally u…

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Petula Clark and Joseph Millson join West End Mary Poppins cast by Georgia Snow

Petula Clark and Joseph Millson are to join the forthcoming West End revival of Mary Poppins. Clark will return to the West

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Drew McOnie to lead National Youth Ballet as part of interim artistic team by Matthew Hemley

Drew McOnie is to lead National Youth Ballet as part of an interim artistic team, following the announcement that Mikah Smillie will

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Juliet Stevenson among arts leaders fearing for international collaborations post Brexit by Giverny Masso

Actor Juliet Stevenson has labelled Brexit an “insane, retrograde step” and claimed it will make international collaborations “much harder”. She is one

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The Cast of MAGIC MIKE LIVE Will Perform on Comic Relief by BroadwayWorld

The cast of Channing Tatum's smash-hit show MAGIC MIKE LIVE will don their red noses to deliver a special performance on tonight's Comic Relief on BBC One, after 10.35pm.

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The International Campaign To Rebuild And Restock The Mosul University Library by Artsjournal1

With well over half a million books in Arabic and more than one million antique maps, documents, and other materials (including a 9th-century Quran), the library was one of the most importan…

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On digital: My Brilliant Friend and Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald

A perfectly pitched adaptation of Elena Ferrante’s novel and an embarrassing addition to the Harry Potter franchise

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‘The Internet’s Dirtiest Secrets: The Cleaners’ goes inside the dark world of content moderation

Behind the major social media platforms are teams of people doing the difficult work of removing their worst material

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‘Fraud: How They Steal Your Bank Account’: the low-tech and effective ways to get your bank details

Follow the London Police as they spot, surveil and eventually detain these fraudsters

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Equity calls for meeting with Virgin Trains after ‘ill-judged’ defence of voice-over competition by Georgia Snow

A row between Equity and Virgin Trains concerning voice-over artists has intensified after the head of the actors’ union accused the rail

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Mekons: Deserted

In a new album, the band’s eclectic style takes its inspiration from deserts and the world of artistic figures related to them, from Percy Bysshe Shelley to Jim Morrison

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Dwight Trible: Mothership

The LA musician’s new album features Kamasi Washington and takes on classics from The Beatles to Leonard Bernstein

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The Cinematic Orchestra: To Believe

The band’s first album in 12 years moves away from jazz towards unexpectedly euphoric ambient music

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Karen O and Danger Mouse: Lux Prima

Yeah Yeah Yeahs singer and Grammy award-winning producer complement each other with rich arrangements and moody vocals

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Shy FX: Ragamuffin SoundTape

Featuring artists including Lily Allen and Cara Delevingne, the DJ and producer’s new album switches textures to fabulous effect

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Grace Williams: Chamber Music

The Welsh composer studied with Vaughan Williams, and went on to develop a musical style that is her own synthesis of 1930s trends

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Snapshot: ‘The New Past’ by Tamara Stoffers

The Dutch artist’s collages of images from the Soviet era evoke a rarely explored playfulness

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Red Carpet Awards Night At 14th META Festival by Blouin Artinfo

The week-long 14th META Festival concluded with Red Carpet Awards Night at Kamani Auditorium on March 12, 2019, in New Delhi. Past years best plays were awarded at this Award Night. As state…

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Choreographer Mark Morris on his Beatles tribute ‘Pepperland’

The American choreographer talks about the complicated business of bringing Sgt Pepper to the stage — and making works for when he’s gone

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China’s private museums struggle with costs

Plus: Alternative plans work well for Volta and Armory shows

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Dolly Parton’s 9 to 5 the Musical announces UK tour by Georgia Snow

Dolly Parton musical 9 to 5 has announced a UK tour that will open later this year. The musical, which has music

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Peter Polycarpou Joins Cast Of MAN OF LA MANCHA by BroadwayWorld

It was announced today Friday 15 March 2019 that renowned stage, film and TV performer Peter Polycarpou will play Don Quixote's squire, Sancho Panza in Man of the Mancha at the London Colise…

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Peter Polycarpou joins Man Of La Mancha cast by Eleni Cashell

There’s more exciting casting news for Man Of La Mancha, with renowned stage, film and TV actor Peter Polycarpou joining the production.A previous Olivier Award nominee, Peter has performe…

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Ronnie Marmo = Lenny Bruce by Sandi Durell

  By Alix Cohen   Zero Mostel put an indelible stamp on Tevye (Fiddler on The Roof), Yul Brynner on the King of Siam (The King and I); Jason Robards was perhaps our best interpreter of Eug…

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Photo Coverage: Another Op'nin, Another Show! Check Out the Cast of KISS ME, KATE Taking Their Opening Night Bows by Walter McBride

Kiss Me, Kate officially opened last night, March 14, at Roundabout's Studio 54. This is a limited engagement through Sunday, June 2, 2019. Check out photos of the cast taking their opening …

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Petula Clark & Joseph Millson join Mary Poppins cast by Robin Johnson

Musical legend Petula Clark and stage star Joseph Millson are soaring into the cast of the hit musical Mary Poppins, presumably by means of flying umbrella. The post Petula Clark & Josep…

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Young geeks in love by Terry Teachout

In today’s Wall Street Journal I review two Broadway musicals, the transfer of Be More Chill and a new revival of Kiss Me, Kate. The first is terrific, the second lousy. Here’s an excerp…

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To squabble over a mockingbird by Terry Teachout

We’re back! The twenty-seventh episode of Three on the Aisle, the twice-monthly podcast in which Peter Marks, Elisabeth Vincentelli, and I talk about theater in America, is now available …

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Q&A with interior designer Bobby Berk

‘Politics does not define us — humanity does’

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Review: Model Behaviour, The Pleasance Theatre by Grace Patrick

Review: Model Behaviour, The Pleasance Theatre5.0Overall ScoreHello everybody, I am fuming. I am so angry about the treatment of women in the modelling industry, and it’s all Model Behavio…

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9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL Will Launch Second Production in The UK And Ireland by BroadwayWorld

Following the huge success of 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End, the producers of the show are delighted to announce that a second production of the hit musical wi…

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Replay: August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson by Terry Teachout

The Hallmark Hall of Fame TV version of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson, adapted by Wilson from his 1987 play and directed by Lloyd Richards, originally telecast by CBS on February 5, 19…

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Almanac: John Kenneth Galbraith on what great leaders do by Terry Teachout

“All of the great leaders have had one characteristic in common: it was the willingness to confront unequivocally the major anxiety of their people in their time. This, and not much else, …

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‘Examines a seldom-explored chapter of Dutch history’: THE PROJECT – White Bear Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

The Project highlights the emotional cost that war places on people and the malleability of relationships under such circumstances.

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Design of the times: Newton Gold Myrtle Dining Table

Gold-plated brass orbs and lacquered veneer top create a unique statement piece

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The Friday 5: Broadway Jeopardy! by JK

This week's Friday 5 is a fun Jeopardy! style quiz - 1 category, 5 answers. Don't forget - you must answer in the form of a question! Good luck! The category is:  3 ROLES1 ACTRESS The an…

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Taye Diggs to direct Baltimore Center Stage play this fall by Mary Carole McCauley

Taye Diggs’ megawatt smile will be seen in Baltimore this fall. But the Broadway star and former cast member of TV’s “Empire” will be behind the curtain for a change. Diggs will make…

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Theater Time Review: "Kiss Me, Kate" by Joseph Cervelli

Still a robustly entertaining show

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The Magic Flute review at London Coliseum – ‘spectacular effects’ by Amanda Holloway

English National Opera’s clear and inventive production of The Magic Flute, first seen in 2013 and now on its third revival, is

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Playing a blinder: Cillian Murphy on stage – in pictures

The Peaky Blinders star is appearing in Enda Walsh’s staging of Grief Is the Thing With Feathers at the Barbican, London. Here’s a look back at his theatre roles Continue reading...

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VIDEO: Jenn Colella and Broadway Inspirational Voices Perform 'Louder Than Words' at BROADWAY BACKWARDS by Stage Tube

A bevy of Broadway's brightest stars joined a sold-out audience on March 11, 2019, to celebrate and motivate the LGBTQ community and its allies through gender-reversed renditions of beloved …

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Petula Clark and Joseph Millson Will Join MARY POPPINS by BroadwayWorld

Petula Clark and Joseph Millson will join the Company to play the Bird Woman and George Banks in the new production of Mary Poppins, which returns to its original West End home at the Prince…

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Wake Up With BWW 3/15: BURN THIS Begins Previews, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Happy Friday End your week right with the latest Broadway news

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Netflix Agrees To Remove Footage Of Real Train Derailment From “Bird Box” by Artsjournal

People in a Quebec town and across the province were shocked after learning in January that footage from a derailment and explosion that killed 47 people was used in the drama starring Sandr…

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‘A stunning piece of theatre’: BETRAYAL – West End by Anne Cox

Jamie Lloyd’s terrific Pinter season, at London’s Harold Pinter Theatre, climaxes with a revival of Betrayal, arguably one of the writer’s more personal pieces and one of his most inno…

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MEAN GIRLS Date Night with My Life Out of Office by Catherine

I am so excited to be collaborating with the fierce females at My Life Out of Office to put together the perfect Broadway Date Night at MEAN GIRLS. I know how daunting it can be just to choo…

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Cole Porter classics keep 'Anything Goes' afloat by Mike Giuliano

The screwball comedy spirit of the 1934 musical “Anything Goes” definitely comes across in a Silhouette Stages production that makes the most of the silly plot. Set on the sort of ocean …

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Peter Polycarpou joins cast of Man Of La Mancha at London Coliseum by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Peter Polycarpou has been cast as Sancho Panza alongside Kelsey Grammer in Man Of La Mancha at the London Coliseum. This post Peter Polycarpou joins cast of Man Of La Mancha …

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Pixar In Concert Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Pixar in Concert, a celebration of the greatest film scores from classic Pixar films comes to venues around the UK in April 2019. This post Pixar In Concert Tour first appear…

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BWW Interview: Oliver Alvin-Wilson Talks THE TWILIGHT ZONE at Ambassadors Theatre by Fiona Scott

Oliver Alvin-Wilson is known for a plethora of Shakespearean roles, Nine Night, and the previous run of The Twilight Zone at the Almeida Theatre.He now speaks to BroadwayWorld about returnin…

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Sunday Routine: How Andrew Rannells, Actor, Spends His Sundays by Kara Mayer Robinson

If/when he manages to separate from his group of friends, Mr. Rannells will take a Swiffer to his floors, attempt to work out, or listen to a podcast.

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Theater Review: NO, NO, NANETTE (Candlelight Pavilion Dinner Theater in Claremont) by Tony Frankel

A YES AND NO NANETTE When the 1925 musical No, No, Nanette was revised and remounted in 1971, it was predicted to be a flop by folks in the Biz, but it was the buzz of the season with nostal…

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Playwright Rachel De-lahay: Some of my most exciting theatre experiences were the least rehearsed by Rachel De-Lahay

For an actor, and playwright, there’s probably nothing more terrifying than an under-rehearsed production of the story you’re trying to tell. We

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Howard Sherman: Issues raised during Women’s Day on Broadway need to be heard every day by Howard Sherman

“I never thought of myself as a changemaker,” said Rosdely Ciprian as part of the opening remarks at Tuesday’s Women’s Day on

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CHIFF comes to Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

Premiering in Sydney for the very first time, as well as making a grand return to Melbourne, The Children’s International Film Festival (CHIFF) is set to light up the silver screen beginni…

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Come From Away announces final Australian cast as West End production leads Olivier Awards Nominations by Arts Review

The critically acclaimed musical Come From Away has announced its final three cast members ahead of the Australian premiere at the newly refurbished Comedy Theatre, Melbourne in July, just a…

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Amy Adams Signs First-Look Deal with HBO by Blouin Artinfo

The “Sharp Objects” star Amy Adams and her newly-launched production company, Bond Group Entertainment, have signed a first-look deal with HBO, reveals Variety.The first project under th…

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HBO Inks Overall Deal with Silicon Valley’s Mike Judge by Blouin Artinfo

HBO has inked a two year overall deal with “Silicon Valley” co-creator Mike Judge, which includes series production commitments for two new comedy series, reports The Wrap. The agreemen…

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Film-maker Carol Morley: ‘I literally am the female gaze’

The writer-director on the noir genre and why there is no dead woman’s body in ‘Out of Blue’

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Wonderful Things: Celebrating 40 Years of the Gold Museum by Arts Review

Strange things, eclectic things, random things – all wonderful things! As Sovereign Hill’s Gold Museum celebrates its 40th Anniversary – a new exhibition, Wonderful Things: Celebrating…

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Katherine Hoepper departs La Boite Theatre Company for Brisbane Powerhouse by Arts Review

La Boite Theatre Company has expressed its appreciation and gratitude to outgoing Executive Director Katherine Hoepper, who will leave the trailblazing company in April to take up the role o…

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'Bachelor' Couple Colton Underwood And Cassie Randolph Brave The Cold At FROZEN! by BroadwayWorld

Earlier this week, 'The Bachelor,' Colton Underwood, and his girlfriend Cassie Randolph announced they had chosenFrozenon Broadway as their first official date, and that they would attend th…

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Sonification: turning the yield curve into music

With the proliferation of smart speakers, turning spreadsheets into sound could be the next big thing in data presentation

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10 For 10: Ten Flop Musicals of the Last Ten Years That Deserve a Second Look by Mark Robinson

A while back, I wrote a piece about flop musicals that deserved a second chance on Broadway. Many of you wrote to me and wondered why I hadn’t mentioned any recent shows. When I write ab…

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A Funny Thing Happened On Her Way to 'Kiss Me, Kate' - How a cancelled production led to Stephanie Styles' Broadway debut

How a cancelled production led to Stephanie Styles' Broadway debut---"This may be my first time on Broadway, but a lot has led me to here," says Stephanie Styles, the 27-year-old triple thre…

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Burn This Returns to Broadway with Keri Russell & Adam Driver by Andy Lefkowitz

The first Broadway revival of Lanford Wilson's Burn This begins preview performances on March 15 at the Hudson Theatre. Michael Mayer directs the new production, set to officially open on Ap…

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Burn This, Starring Keri Russell and Adam Driver, Begins on Broadway by Olivia Clement

Michael Mayer directs the first-ever Broadway revival of the Lanford Wilson play at the Hudson Theatre.

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Immersive Shenandoah, Starring Taylor Hicks and Rachel Potter, Opens at Serenbe March 15 by Adam Hetrick

The epic outdoor staging unfolds in the midst of a Civil War re-enactment incorporating more than 100 soldiers, horses, and canon fire.

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