Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Theatre Review: ‘Rumors’ at Just Off Broadway by Jv Torres

There is funny ha-ha, clever funny, and situationally funny. Though many of the things we find hilarious in our lives generally fall into one of these categories, it is certainly quite the b…

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Opera Review: ‘Tosca’ at Washington National Opera by Jeannette Mulherin

A lavish production of “Tosca,” one of Giacomo Puccini’s most popular works, is currently gracing the stage of the Kennedy Center opera house. Set in 18th century Rome, “Tosca” ope…

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Theater Cues & News: Matilda Jr., New City Reading, A New Patsy, Moving Measure, Theatre Lab Experiments, Traffic Woes by Bill Hirschman

News of Broward Center & local students create Matilda Jr., New City Players seeks feedback on new play, Wick extends and gets new Patsy Cline, TCG brings 1,000 artists to Miami, Measure…

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Review: Sifting the Evidence for ‘Proof of Love,’ She Has Lots to Say by Jesse Green

At the center of Chisa Hutchinson’s one-woman play, written for Audible, is a love triangle with just one side in view.

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Theatre Review: ‘On Air’ at Creative Cauldron by Mary Ann Johnson

The musical partnership of Matt Conner and Stephen Gregory Smith has produced their fifth new musical under Creative Cauldron’s “Bold New Works for Intimate Stages” musical theatre com…

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Theatre Review: ‘Sherlock’s Veiled Secret’ at Rockville Little Theatre by Kristin Franco

The game is afoot! But with a different lens, as the women of Sherlock Holmes’ life take center stage in “Sherlock’s Veiled Secret,” presented by Rockville Little Theatre. Perhaps on…

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Call Answered: Randy Sharp: Axis Theatre Company's Founder/Artistic Director + "Last Man Club" by Adam Rothenberg

After featuring Emily Kratter on “Call Me Adam,” I have gotten to know a bit more about Off-Broadway’s Axis Theatre Company. Now, in their 20th Anniversary Season, it is a real honor t…

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Broadway Bets Raises Record-Breaking $315,200 for Broadway Cares by Broadway.com

Broadway's biggest names, legendary theater insiders and devoted fans donned their best poker faces on May 13 to help those in need at this year's spirited and record-breaking edition of Bro…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Tootsie Book Writer Robert Horn by Broadway.com

Tony nominee Robert Horn stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about bringing Tootsie to the Broadway stage and more with Paul Wontorek.

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See Starry Snaps from the 70th Annual New Dramatists Luncheon, Honoring Nathan Lane by Broadway.com

Broadway favorites and more stepped out to celebrate three-time Tony winner and Gary scene-stealer Nathan Lane on May 14 at the Marriott Marquis during the 70th annual New Dramatists luncheo…

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The Beat Goes On! See Stephanie J. Block & More Celebrate Cast Recording at Barnes & Noble by Broadway.com

The cast of The Cher Show celebrated its original Broadway cast recording by giving a special performance at Barnes and Noble on May 14. Led by Tony nominee Stephanie J. Block, the show's st…

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Wild Son: The Testimony of Christian Brando by Lara Altunian

The post Wild Son: The Testimony of Christian Brando appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Julius Weezer by Lara Altunian

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Video: The Mother Of Dragons Gets A New Theme Song Courtesy of GALAVANT by BroadwayWorld

Game of Thrones resident dragon queen, Daenerys Targaryen has earned herself one peppy new theme song, courtesy of ABC's musical adventure series Galavant.

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Monet’s ‘Haystack’ sells for record $110.7m at auction

Six bidders vied for eight minutes over the 1890 painting, Sotheby’s said

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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A Tale for Two Seasons: Goodman Theatre’s ‘The Winter’s Tale’ by Matthew Wexler

Chicago's Tony Award-winning theater comany presents 'The Winter's Tale' in a visually dynamic new production directed by Robert Falls. The post A Tale for Two Seasons: Goodman Theatre’s…

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Executive Director – Ballet Des Moines by Artsjournal

Reporting to and working closely with the board of directors, the Executive Director (ED), in partnership with the Artistic Director, will be responsible for the overall success and creative…

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33 Things You’d Benefit By Knowing As An Artistic Director by Artsjournal

Sean Daniels passes on a Joe Haj list constituting a recipe for being a successful artistic director of a theatre. Some are common sense (don’t be an asshole). Others reflect a bit more ps…

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Why Making Things Easier Actually Makes Some Things Much More Difficult by Artsjournal

Tech has sold us on the idea of making things easier, of reducing the friction in our lives. But friction is how we sharpen up, get better, figure things out. It turns out that making things…

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Mel Gibson Is Playing A Character Called ‘Rothchild’, And Folks On Social Media Aren’t Having It by Artsjournal1

In the movie in question, titled Rothchild and currently being pitched to buyers at the Cannes marketplace, Gibson is to play the patriarch of an extremely rich New York family. The similari…

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How Doris Day Connected With America by Artsjournal

Todd Purdam: “Doris Day, who died Monday at 97, was always underrated—the girl next door whose peaches-and-cream good looks, 1,000-watt smile, and sinuous, molten singing voice were so o…

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Rebuilding A Literary Canon With The Voices That Weren’t Heard In The Mainstream by Artsjournal

“Instead of holding up a few isolated women as exceptions to the rule of male genius, we owe it to that audience to raise up a crowd: sharing, teaching, citing, and celebrating them despit…

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BBC Wants To Pry Listeners From Their Bubbles (Possible?) by Artsjournal

The broadcaster is developing a “public service algorithm” that’s “built to surprise you,” said the BBC’s director of radio and education James Purnell.His hope is that audiences…

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A Beam Of Light? Crystal? What Should A Rebuilt Notre Dame’s Spire Be? by Artsjournal

President Emmanuel Macron said last month he was not opposed to a “a contemporary architectural gesture” that could make Notre-Dame “even more beautiful”. But many in France have c…

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VIDEO: LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN Goes Behind the Scenes of Broadway's KING KONG by Stage Tube

On Tuesday's episode of Broadway Week on 'Live with Kelly and Ryan,' Ryan goes behind the scenes of Broadway's 'King Kong.' He sits down with the show's star Christani Pitts, works with the …

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Kristin Chenoweth Joins Cast of Netflix's HOLIDATE by TV News Desk

Kristin Chenoweth is among those recently announced to join the cast of the Netflix romantic comedy,Holidate,according to Deadline.

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Jenn Colella, Annaleigh Ashford & More Will Take Part in WOMEN OF THE PUBLIC Gala by BroadwayWorld

The Public Theater Artistic Director, Oskar Eustis Executive Director, Patrick Willingham Board Chair, Arielle Tepper announced casting today for The Public's Annual Gala,WOMEN OF THE PUBLIC…

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FREEZE FRAME: New Dramatists Honor Nathan Lane at 70th Annual Spring Luncheon by Walter McBride

New Dramatists, Tony Honor recipient and the nation's premier playwright development laboratory, just honored three-time Tony Award winner, Nathan Lane, with its 2019 Distinguished Achieveme…

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Mo Rocca, Ana Gasteyer & More Join Line-Up for Lyrics & Lyricists' LIVE AND IN LIVING COLOR! by BroadwayWorld

Television through the years shared musical memories through a magical box.Lyrics amp Lyricistscloses its 2019 season with a loving look at the songs written for or introduced on the small s…

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Photo Flash: First Look at David Cromer Helmed NEXT TO NORMAL by BroadwayWorld

Writers Theatre concludes its 201819 season with the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical Next to Normal, with music by Tom Kitt, book and lyrics by Brian Yorkey, directed by Tony Award winner Dav…

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Photo Coverage: NYC Kids Hit the Stage for Broadway Junior Student Finale! by Jennifer Broski

The 14th annual Shubert FoundationMusic Theatre International Broadway Junior Student Finale took place earlier today, May 14, at Broadway's Imperial Theatre, hosted by James Harkness and Ja…

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Limited Time Offer! Get Tickets from $59 for BE MORE CHILL on Broadway by Contests - Broadway

See the viral musical sensation brought to Broadway by the power of fans. Rolling Stone's Peter Travers cheers, 'Hot-damn BE MORE CHILL is a wow of a musical with an irresistible score and a…

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BROADWAY BETS Hits Record-Breaking $315,200 For BC/EFA by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's biggest names, legendary theatre insiders and devoted fans donned their best poker faces on May 13, 2019, to help those in need at this year's spirited and record-breaking edition…

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VIDEO: 7 Songs to Get You Ready for CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND at Radio City Music Hall! by BroadwayWorld

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend is back tonight at Radio City Music Hall The CW series might be over, but fans can still catch their favorite characters live in concert tonight, May 14.The concert is th…

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VIDEO: Watch WICKED's Hannah Corneau Transform Into Elphaba! by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Hannah Corneau will assume the role of Elphaba in the Broadway production of Wicked, beginning tonight, May 14.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Livestreaming a performance of UNPREDICTED 

By . Váróterem Projekt presents a performance of UNPREDICTED livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv from Cluj, Romania on Thurs…

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Clover Roope obituary by Jane Pritchard

Ballet dancer and choreographer who taught in London and Mexico and at the Rambert school in TwickenhamIn 1960 the dancer Clover Roope, who has died aged 82, created the role of one of the f…

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VIDEO: Hannah Corneau Prepares for Her Broadway Debut in Wicked by Ryan McPhee

The Hedwig alum takes on the role of Elphaba beginning May 14.

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Livestreaming a performance of Chickens in the Yard: a new play by Paul Kruse

By . The VORTEX proudly presents Chickens in the Yard, a new play by Paul Kruse, livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at 

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Yoko Ono, Moliere, Danielle Brooks and the Bard on Summer Stages. #Stageworthy News of the Week by New York Theater

Summer begins officially next month, but the summer theatergoing season launches this week with the first two of 13 annual New York summer theater festivals.  Clubbed Thumb, which has been …

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Last chance to see Admissions in West End ahead of UK tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Only two weeks left to see the award-winning comedy Admissions starring Alex Kingston and Sarah Hadland in the West End ahead of its UK Tour. This post Last chance to see Adm…

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Livestreaming New Theatre from Spain with Luz Arcas

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Go Inside New Dramatists’ 2019 Spring Luncheon Honoring Nathan Lane by Marc J. Franklin

The three-time Tony winner, currently starring in Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, received the Distinguished Achievement Award May 14.

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A First Look at Hartford Stage's The Flamingo Kid by Nathan Skethway

Tony winner Darko Tresnjak directs the world premiere of the new musical, which closes the 2018–2019 season.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Memorial for General Manager Alan Wasser Will Be Held at the Majestic Theatre by Andrew Gans

The Tony recipient was the general manager for over 60 Broadway productions.

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Life Sucks, Contemporary Remix of Uncle Vanya, to Play Summer Run at Theatre Row by Andy Lefkowitz

Wheelhouse Theater Company has announced that the acclaimed production of Aaron Posner's comedy Life Sucks, which recently concluded its New York premiere run at The Wild Project, will tran…

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Joanna Gleason on Getting Whiplash After Winning a Tony, Her Upcoming Concerts & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Stage and screen star Joanna Gleason is getting ready to appear alongside her longtime friend Joan Ryan at Birdland Jazz on May 16. She will then bring her solo show, Out of the Eclipse, to …

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Oklahoma!'s Ali Stroker Shows Off Her Tony-Nominated Performance on Live with Kelly & Ryan by Broadway.com

Broadway Week has just begun on Live with Kelly & Ryan, and we think it's off to a great start. Tony nominee Ali Stroker, the show-stopping Ado Annie of the Tony-nominated revival of …

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Backstage at Tootsie with Sarah Stiles, Episode 5: Theater Families by Broadway.com

Tootsie's Sarah Stiles checks in with her cast about theater families and more!

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The Christians by Lara Altunian

The post The Christians appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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2019 Helen Hayes Awards Photo Album, page 3 by Ryan Taylor

More Ryan Maxwell photos from this year’s fabulous Helen Hayes Awards at The Anthem. Recognize anyone? Leave a caption (include the photo #)  in the comments below and we’ll add it. Fee…

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2019 Helen Hayes Awards Photo Album, page 2 by Ryan Maxwell

More photos from Ryan Maxwell of this year’s fabulous Helen Hayes Awards at The Anthem. Recognize anyone? Leave a caption in the comments below and we’ll add it. Feel free to share. We a…

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Six Questions for Susanne Mack

Singer Susanne Mack, who’s appearing in Where I Belong, at Pangea on Thursday, May 16th, Friday, May 17th, Thursday, May 23rd and Thursday, May 30th—her fourth at the venue—has been co…

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Wheelhouse's Life Sucks. to Transfer to Theater Row by Olivia Clement

Aaron Posner's critically acclaimed Chekhov-inspired play will return for a limited Off-Broadway run this summer.

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Review: ‘Fame’ Is Full of Heart at GALA Hispanic Theatre by Nicole Hertvik

There is something very “meta” about Gala Hispanic Theatre’s production of Fame. See, you’ve got this group of scrappy young artists with talent, so much talent. And they are determi…

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Sweet Charity Movie to Get 2-Disc Blu-ray Release by Logan Culwell-Block

The disc will include two different cuts of the Fosse-directed film, both of which have been newly restored.

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A Look Inside the Another Opening, Another Debut Concert at Feinstein's/54 Below by Nathan Skethway

The concert featured performances from cast members of Hadestown, Be More Chill, and more, who made their Broadway debuts this season.

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Ryan Seacrest Goes Behind-the-Scenes With Broadway’s King Kong by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch the host voice Kong—and then ride the giant puppet from the Broadway Theatre.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Watch Oklahoma! Tony Nominee Ali Stroker Sing on LIVE With Kelly & Ryan by Ruthie Fierberg

Broadway’s Ado Annie and the Oklahoma! orchestra perform “I Cain’t Say No.”

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The Subtext: Audrey Cefaly and Lisa Langford on Overcoming Rejection by American Theatre Editors

Catching up with two playwrights at the National New Play Network showcase.

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Book Review: “Accounting for Slavery” — Plantation Roots of Scientific Management by Jeremy Ray Jewell

In this valuable study, Caitlin Rosenthal isolates an assortment of business practices and technologies that reflect the sophistication of New World plantation economies -- dispelling myths …

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Kristin Chenoweth to Star in Netflix Rom-Com Holidate by Ryan McPhee

The Tony and Emmy Award winner is one of several actors joining Emma Roberts in the movie.

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'The Winter’s Tale': Nope, there's no forgiveness for poor King Leontes at the Goodman by Chris Jones

Like “The Tempest” and “Cymbeline,” William Shakespeare’s “The Winter’s Tale” traditionally has been seen as a romantic play about forgiveness, penance and reconciliation. It…

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WATCH: Check out these video snippets from comic drama Boomerang by Featured Content

Condescending friends and parents with better social lives than their 20-something children - it's all part of comic drama Boomerang, running at the King's Head Theatre this week. Take a loo…

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Gifs Have Come To MailChimp! by Ceci Dadisman

If you’re a regular MailChimp user, you’ve probably noticed some changes recently. Some are major changes such as the expanded functionality of tags which is by far the easiest way to se…

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What to Expect From Rachel Bloom and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend at Radio City by Ruthie Fierberg

The creator and star chats about her sold-out New York City concert and hosting the upcoming Obie Awards.

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Critic’s Pick: Review: A Rollicking Trek ‘Around the World in 80 Days’ by Alexis Soloski

Laura Eason’s adaptation of the Jules Verne novel is a reminder of how to make stage magic from simple elements.

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Ana Gasteyer, Paolo Montalbán, Mo Rocca Set for Live and in Living Color! Concerts by Andrew Gans

The June concerts are part of the 92Y's Lyrics & Lyricists series.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater Pick: Falsettos Deft with Family Dynamics

It may have come out during in the very different early '90s, but the themes and family dynamics in Falsettos still resonate today, especially for the LGBTQ community. With a book written b…

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Go Inside the UJA-Federation Excellence in Theatre Award Celebration by Nathan Skethway

Hosted by Michael James Scott and Telly Leung, the May 9 event honored Disney Theatrical Productions president and producer Thomas Schumacher.

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Go Inside the UJA-Federation's Excellence in Theatre Award Celebration by Nathan Skethway

Hosted by Michael James Scott and Telly Leung, the May 9 event honored Disney Theatrical Productions president and producer Thomas Schumacher.

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Hannah Gadsby's New Stand-Up Special DOUGLAS to Launch on Netflix Following Off-Broadway Run by TV News Desk

At this evening's FYSEE event in Los Angeles, comedian Hannah Gadsby announced that her new hour-long stand-up specialDouglas, named after her beloved dog, will launch globally on Netflix in…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:42PM

VIDEO: 30 Days Of Tony! Day 27- Sergio Trujillo Gets ON YOUR FEET On Its Feet! by Alexa Criscitiello

On Day 27, we're flashing back to the 2016Tony ceremony, when the rhythm got Radio City Musical thanks to the cast of On Your Feet sporting some Tony-nominated moves from Sergio Trujillo, wh…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:42PM

Walk Like A Woman! Olivia Valli, Granddaughter of Frankie Valli, Joins JERSEY BOYS by Paul Smith

Oh what a night May 20 will be Olivia Valli, the granddaughter of Four Seasons frontman and leading character in Jersey Boys Frankie Valli, is set to join the company of Jersey Boys on May 2…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:42PM

VIDEO: Will Smith Performs 'Prince Ali' in New ALADDIN Film by TV News Desk

Ahead of 'Aladdin''sMay 24th release, Disney has shared a clip of Will Smith singing iconic musical number 'Prince Ali.'

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Photo Flash: Casts of FROZEN, ALADDIN & THE LION KING Unite to Celebrate Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Month by BroadwayWorld

During Asian American amp Pacific Islander Heritage Month AAPIHM, Disney on Broadway is putting the spotlight on the Asian American and Pacific Islander cast members of its hit musicals THE …

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WATCH NOW! Zooming in on the Tony Nominees: Jez Butterworth by BroadwayWorld TV

Jez Butterworth just earned his second Tony nomination for his new play, The Ferryman. Watch as he tells us more about what the play means to him

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Sarah Paulson, Uzo Aduba Join Cate Blanchett in MRS. AMERICA on FX by TV News Desk

FXhas announced that Uzo Aduba, Sarah Paulson are among the eleven actors and actress who haverounded out the main cast of the upcoming drama series Mrs. America starring Cate Blanchett, acc…

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VIDEO: Go Behind The Scenes of INDECENT in Los Angeles by BroadwayWorld

Indecent comes to the Ahmanson theatre next month In the video below, get the inside scoop on the production from playwright Paula Vogel and directorRebecca Taichman.

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Josh Gad to Star in HONEY, I SHRUNK THE KIDS Reboot by TV News Desk

Josh Gad has been cast in an upcoming reboot of Walt Disney Pictures'1989 movieHoney, I Shrunk the Kids, according to People.

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2019 Helen Hayes Awards Photo Album, page 1 by Lorraine Treanor

Ryan Maxwell captures this year’s fabulous Helen Hayes Awards at The Anthem. Recognize anyone? Leave a caption in the comments below and we’ll add it. Feel free to share. We ask that you…

Linked From DC Theatre Scene at 02:36PM

Book Review: “The Feral Detective” — Strictly From Hunger by Vincent Czyz

Farcical fight and sex scenes might be forgivable, but the “mystery” is so barely there it utterly fails to engage -- and that’s lethal to a novel in this genre. The post Book Review: …

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EXCLUSIVE: Listen to Episode 2 of New Audio Musical Next Thing You Know by Nathan Skethway

The musical is rendered as a three-episode audio release starring Patti Murin, Colin Hanlon, Jay Armstrong Johnson, and Lauren Blackman.

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‘Member of the Wedding’ is Southern Gothic looking for flavor by Celia Wren

1st Stage revives Carson McCullers’s tale of an awkward adolescence.

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Suzan-Lori Parks, Annaleigh Ashford, Krysta Rodriguez, More to Perform at Women of the Public Gala by Olivia Clement

The Public Theater's annual gala will celebrate the women who have contribute to the company's legacy.

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Christiani Pitts, Caroline Bowman, Kristolyn Lloyd, More Set for Broadway Sings Rihanna: Unplugged by Ryan McPhee

The night of acoustic covers will take place May 20.

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How Merce Cunningham Made The Judson Dance Theater Revolution Possible by Artsjournal1

Yvonne Rainer, David Gordon, Steve Paxton, Lucinda Childs, and Deborah Hay tell Alastair Macaulay what they learned from Cunningham that enabled them to transform modern dance. – The New Y…

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What Dance Criticism Really Needs Is Outsiders (Says A Veteran Dance Critic) by Artsjournal1

“Bring on the outsiders! The writers and journalists who can’t raise their legs to their ears but can ask a brand-new, real good question and keep asking until it gets answered with clar…

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Comedic Sidekick Tim Conway Dies At 85 After Fight With Dementia by Artsjournal

“Conway’s breakout role was on the 1960s sitcom McHale’s Navy, as a bumbling ensign in World War II. On The Carol Burnett Show he played Mr. Tudball, a heavily-accented boss perpetu…

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There’s A Reason For That: Understanding The Age Of Enlightenment by Artsjournal

“It has been said, indeed, that the eighteenth century was less the Age of Reason than the Age of Feelings—because so many Enlightenment thinkers took pride in recognizing the importance…

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A Guide to New York City Cabarets by Mark Robinson

These Broadway favorites are sure to ignite your NYC nightlife

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Meet the Tony Nominees: Laurie Metcalf of ‘Hillary and Clinton’ Category Broadway|by Jeryl Brunner |May 9, 2019 by Jeryl Brunner

“I always suspected that a campaign trail would be madness. And now I'm convinced of it.”

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Meet the Tony Nominees: Mary Testa of ‘Oklahoma!’ by Jeryl Brunner

Testa talks finding the roots of the Rodgers & Hammerstein classic

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Ars Nova's 12th ANT Fest Announces Lineup by Olivia Clement

The festival slate includes a Stephen King–inspired folk musical, Starr Busby, Deepali Gupta, Natalie Walker, Michelle J. Rodriguez, and more.

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A Look Back at 25 Years of Disney on Broadway by Mark Robinson

In honor of the upcoming 'Beauty and the Beast' revival and DTG's 25th Anniversary

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Home Is Where the Greek Drama Is by Gia Kourlas

The choreographer and performance artist Ann Liv Young is using her Bushwick apartment — and her daughters and animals — in her version of “Antigone.”

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Broadway Q&A: Stephanie J. Block of 'The Cher Show' by Jeryl Brunner

Stephanie J. Block shares why playing Cher has transformed her

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‘Winter’s Tale’ as confounding as ever in fabulous Goodman Theatre production by Kris Vire - For The Sun-Times

All told, this is a compelling take on a notoriously difficult but rewarding script.

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Theatre News: ‘Stand Up For… Theatre’ Takes On Bullying and Hate by Peter Orvetti

Stand Up For… Theatre is a young company that, along with Erase Hate For Art, makes up How Do You Like Me Now Productions. The two programs work to promote acceptance and equality with the…

Linked From mdtheatreguide.com at 01:48PM

NEWS: David Kerby-Kendall’s premiere 20:40 shows one man’s mental health fight over 20 years by Featured Content

20:40, David Kerby-Kendall's new play looking at one man's mental health over twenty years, gets its world premiere at London's Omnibus Theatre, running for 12 performances only from 4 to 16…

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Ain't Too Proud's Ephraim Sykes Among Winners of 2019 Helen Hayes Awards by Andy Lefkowitz

A talented group of stars and creatives were named winners of 2019 Helen Hayes Awards at a ceremony held in Washington, D.C. on May 13. Now in its 35th year, the Hayes Awards recognize outs…

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Director Daniel Fish & Set Designer Laura Jellinek on Bringing Oklahoma! to the Circle in the Square Theatre by Broadway.com

Director Daniel Fish and set designer Laura Jellinek discuss the Tony-nominated revival of Oklahoma!.

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Olivia Valli, Granddaughter of Frankie Valli, to Join Off-Broadway's Jersey Boys by Andy Lefkowitz

Jersey Boys is keeping it in the family. Olivia Valli, granddaughter of Four Seasons frontman Frankie Valli, will head into the musical based on her grandfather's life next week. She will…

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Bess Wohl's Make Believe Sets Initial Casting for New York Premiere with Second Stage by Andy Lefkowitz

Second Stage has announced the first round of casting for Make Believe, a new play by Bess Wohl, set to its New York premiere this summer. The previously announced off-Broadway production, d…

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Annaleigh Ashford on Doing a 'Death Drop' in Her Live from Lincoln Center Concert & Making Future Plans with Jake Gyllenhaal by Beth Stevens

Annaleigh Ashford is excited to share what she calls her “weird shtick” with the viewing public when the Live from Lincoln Center—Stars in Concert special airs on PBS on May 17. The …

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Go Inside Manhattan Theatre Club's Star-Studded Spring Gala, Hosted by Beth Leavel and Brandon Uranowitz by Caitlin Moynihan

Manhattan Theatre Club held its annual Spring Gala on May 13 at Cipriani 42nd Street. This year's event honored Nancy Coyne of Serino Coyne and was hosted by Tony nominees Brandon Uranowitz …

Linked From Broadway.com at 01:36PM

Photo Flash: THE LAST TEMPTATION OF BORIS JOHNSON Celebrates Opening Night by BroadwayWorld

he new Brexit-inspired comedy drama stars Will Barton as Boris Johnson, Dugald Bruce-Lockhart as Michael Gove, Davina Moon as Marina Wheeler Caitlin, Steve Nallon as Margaret Thatcher, Tim W…

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Washington’s big night out, the 35th Annual Helen Hayes Awards. List of all 2019 nominees and recipients by Lorraine Treanor

The following artists and production companies were honored for their contributions of excellence to what, we learned last night, is now the fastest growing professional theatre community in…

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The Helen Hayes Awards 2019: Funny and heartfelt moments from the stage at The Anthem by Jon Jon Johnson

Who doesn’t love #dramaprom? On Monday, May 13th, your local favorite theatre makers decked themselves out to the nines and trekked on down to The Anthem at the Wharf to celebrate and reli…

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‘Fiddler on the Roof’ lands in San Jose, and its story could not be more timely by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

Iconic stage musical "Fiddler on the Roof" comes to San Jose, starring Israeli actor Yehezkel Lazarov as Tevye, and its story of religious persecution seems more timely than ever.

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‘God of Carnage’ hasn’t lost its satirical bite, but at Keegan, it needs more laughs by Nelson Pressley

The production of the Yasmina Reza play never really finds its comic stride.

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Theater Review: “black odyssey boston” — An Electrifying Epic Journey by Kamela Dolinova

black odyssey boston is a fearless, funny, and fraught reimagining of Homer’s Odyssey as the story of the African-American diasporic experience. The post Theater Review: “black odyssey b…

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A First Look at Manhattan Theatre Club's Continuity Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The new play from Small Mouth Sounds playwright Bess Wohl and Tony-nominated director Rachel Chavkin opens May 21.

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A First Look at Manhattan Theatre Company's Continuity Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The new play from Small Mouth Sounds playwright Bess Wohl and Tony-nominated director Rachel Chavkin opens May 21.

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On The Fringe by Julio Martinez

Entry into the Opening Night celebration of Hollywood Fringe Festival 2019 will be June 12th with its Opening Night VIP Party Pass. To help kick off the 10th annual festival, HFF is invi…

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‘Dude’, ‘Grotesque’, And Other Words That Came From High-Culture History by Artsjournal1

Dude seems to have developed from a pejorative epithet for a man about as far as possible from Jeff Bridges’s character as one could get. Grotesque came from a hole in the ground in Rome. …

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How Belief Turned Into Opinion by Artsjournal

‘The Reformation and Counter-Reformation participated in parallel projects of religious discipline: while Catholics disciplined populations to believe, Protestants disciplined populations …

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Camp Morning Wood, A Very Naked Musical to Play Off-Broadway by Playbill Staff

The show, performed almost entirely without clothes, will run for five weeks at The Theater Center.

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FROM DOWN UNDER: Opera Australia’s Rigoletto by Simon Parris

Verdi’s richly melodious tragedy glistens again as Opera Australia returns its much loved Moshinsky staging of Rigoletto to the Melbourne stage.

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Ain't Too Proud Star Ephraim Sykes, Corbin Bleu, Tina Landau Among 2019 Helen Hayes Award Winners by Ryan McPhee

The awards honor the best of Washington, D.C., theatre.

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Odyssey Announces ‘Circa ’69!’ 2019-20 Season by American Theatre Editors

In honor of its 50th Anniversary, the West L.A. company will present works by Fornés, Orton, and others that premiered around the time the troupe was established.

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Death of a Salesman starring Wendell Pierce at the Young Vic, London – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

London’s had its fill of Arthur Miller in the last few months – The Price in the West End, The Crucible at

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Review: Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and Other Love Songs), Brighton Fringe by Gabrielle James

Review: Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and Other Love Songs), Brighton Fringe5.0Overall ScoreHave you heard the story about the dead dog in a suitcase? A classic urban myth that probably ‘happene…

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Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva … review – listen to this clitoris by Arifa Akbar

Ovalhouse, LondonNothing feels gratuitous in Bella Heesom’s bold and poetic play about female sexuality which ends in catharsis not climax More than 20 years ago, Eve Ensler dared to say t…

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#yourmemorial by Darryl Reilly

The black-accented stage has a raised runway platform, a square platform, a bench and some furniture. From these basic elements, scenic designer Susannah Hyde crafts an ideal landscape for t…

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UPCOMING by Adam Szymkowicz

PRODUCTIONS The Wooden Heart Production #1 of The Wooden HeartAcadiana Repertory Theater Lafayette, LA Opens September 6, 2019.KODACHROME Production #9 of Kodachrome Actors Bridge Ensemble …

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Pacific Festival Ballet Stages World Premiere Of “Camelot” by Cary Ginell

Camelot, the original “Game of Thrones,” is familiar to theater and film fans through its highly successful stage productions but a new ballet, produced by Pacific Festival Ballet, makes…

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Train The Brain: How Neurofeedback Can Make Us Believe by Artsjournal

By linking brain activity to an image or sound in real time, we can use simple game-like techniques to get people to train themselves to forge new neural connections and voluntarily adopt (o…

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At The Beginning Of The 20th Century Pianist/Composer Cecile Chaminade Was A Star. Then She Was Forgotten by Artsjournal

More than a century later, Chaminade and her music have been largely expunged from history, and the societies named for her have disappeared — all except one: the Chaminade Music Club of Y…

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‘It is about embracing difference at a time when we are being told to fear it’: Bernie Dieter brings Little Death Club to the Underbelly Festival by Emma Clarendon

Bernie Dieter chatted to LLLC’s Emma Clarendon about Little Death Club, performing as part of the Underbelly Festival.

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In rehearsal: Education, Education, Education by Robin Johnson

The hilarious comedy Education, Education, Education is coming to Trafalgar Studios, and with it brings a whole heap of 90s goodness. The post In rehearsal: Education, Education, Education a…

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Marc Shaiman and Richard Klein to Be Honored by Music Conservatory of Westchester by Adam Hetrick

Kate Baldwin, Jennifer Damiano, and Carrie St. Louis will perform during the June 24 gala event at Brae Burn Country Club in Purchase, New York.

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION by BroadwayWorld

With just over two weeks until the production begins previews at the Trafalgar Studios, rehearsal pictures have today be released for acclaimed theatre companyThe Wardrobe Ensemble'sproducti…

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National Theatre Announces 2019-2020 Broadway Season by News Desk

The National Theatre’s 2019-2020 “Broadway at the National” season continues its history as the nation’s oldest touring theatre with a lineup of a dozen shows. Notably, eight product…

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Gay Men's Chorus Will Present Quiet No More: A Choral Celebration of Stonewall50 at Carnegie Hall by Andrew Gans

The new choral suite was written by several LGBTQ composers, including Michael McElroy and Ann Hampton Callaway.

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Review: ‘The Member of the Wedding’ at 1st Stage by John Stoltenberg

It was nearly 70 years ago that Carson McCullers adapted her beloved 1946 novel The Member of the Wedding into a prizewinning Broadway play. Set in a small Southern town, the story centers o…

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Olivia Valli, Granddaughter of Frankie Valli, to Join Cast of Jersey Boys Off-Broadway by Adam Hetrick

Valli will play her own grandmother, Mary Delgado, in the production beginning May 20.

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Jenna Russell to star in Trevor Nunn's The Bridges of Madison County at the Menier Chocolate Factory

Jenna Russell has been cast as Francesca in Trevor Nunn's new staging of The Bridges of Madison County, which opens at the Menier Chocolate Factory for previews on 13 July and is booking unt…

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PHOTOS: Education Education Education prepare for West End class at Trafalgar Studios by Featured Content

Sneak a peek behind the scenes, and rewind the clock to the 1990s, with The Wardrobe Ensemble as they prepare for the West End premiere of their multi-award-winning devised hit Education Edu…

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Off-Broadway Premiere of Bess Wohl's Make Believe Finds its Cast by Olivia Clement

Susannah Flood, Ryan Foust, Brad Heberlee, Samantha Mathis, and more will be part of the Second Stage production this summer.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 5/12/2019: We Want More of Morrissey

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending April 29, 2018. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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Review: Peaches Christ’s Drag Becomes Her, HOME Manchester by Emily Bancroft

Review: Peaches Christ's Drag Becomes Her, HOME Manchester0.0Overall ScoreJinx Monsoon is a name that all RuPaul Drag Race fans will be very familiar with. To many fans around the world she …

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Review: ‘Variations on Myth’ at Rapid Lemon Productions by Patricia Mitchell

This weekend at Baltimore Theatre Project, Rapid Lemon Productions opened Variations on Myth, both the second show in RLP’s Season of Belief and the historic 15th annual production of The …

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Sam Shepard’s Curse of the Starving Class in New York — an unravelling family and a food fight

The playwright’s 1977 portrait of farming lives in freefall opens at the Pershing Square Signature Center, New York

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Yang Liping brings ravishing tableaux and a woolly concept to Rite of Spring

The Chinese choreographer gives the Rite a Tibetan/Chinese flavour at Sadler’s Wells, London

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And So It Goes story of mental illness and struggle is timely but a bit too flawed by Karen Fricker Theatre Critic

Kyanite Theatre production has playwright George F. Walker on board as director but technical imperfections and an unsubtle performance undermine it.

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‘Sometimes it works’: THE LAST TEMPTATION OF BORIS JOHNSON – Park Theatre ★★★ by Libby Purves

Hopes for The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson couldn’t be higher: it is again built around truth – a 2016 dinner party where Boris and Marina Johnson entertained the Goves and Yevgeny L…

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Full cast announced for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming revival of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium. The musical, which stars Sheridan Smith, Jason Donovan, and …

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‘When Literature Is Broken, We Rebuild It — Because We Need Shelter’: Arundhati Roy’s PEN America Lecture by Artsjournal1

“So, as we lurch into the future … what is literature’s place? What counts as literature? Who decides? Obviously, there is no single, edifying answer to these questions. So, if you wil…

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Diary Of A Player In The First US Orchestra Ever To Visit Mao’s China by Artsjournal1

As the Philadelphia Orchestra prepares to depart for its 12th tour to China, here are excerpts from a journal kept by the piccolo player on the orchestra’s first tour there, back in 1973. …

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Rachel Bloom by Barry Gordin

Rachel Bloom’s Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Lives On By: Iris Wiener May 14, 2019: There is no stopping Rachel Bloom, the co-creator, writer and star of Crazy Ex-Girlfriend; the energizer bu…

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Stephen Arnell: How Bob Fosse’s legacy is being re-examined in the age of #MeToo by Stephen Arnell

With regular revivals of his stage musicals such as Chicago, Pippin and Sweet Charity, the work of groundbreaking theatremaker Bob Fosse has

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WATCH: Dante or Die & Chris Goode’s digital groundbreaker User Not Found transfers to Battersea coffee shop by Featured Content

Following huge success at last year's Edinburgh Fringe, and a 2019 tour to cafes around the country Dante or Die’s ground-breaking digital hit User Not Found, written by Chris Goode, arriv…

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Royal Opera House Sets 2019–2020 Season, Including Joyce DiDonato and Anna Netrebko in Title Roles and 6 World Premieres by Ryan McPhee

Wayne McGregor unveils the world premiere of his Divine Comedy-inspired The Dante Project with the Royal Ballet.

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Photo Coverage: Manhattan Theatre Club Celebrates Nancy Coyne at Spring Gala by Jennifer Broski

Just last night, Manhattan Theatre Club presented its annual Spring Gala at Cipriani 42nd Street 110 East 42nd Street. This year's eventhonoredSerino Coyne Founder and Chairman Nancy Coyne f…

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Glenn Close to Narrate THE LAVENDER SCARE on PBS by TV News Desk

Narrated by Glenn Close and featuring the voices of Cynthia Nixon, Zachary Quinto, T. R. Knight and David Hyde Pierce, THE LAVENDER SCARE tells the little-known story of an unrelenting campa…

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Review: ‘Oliver!’ at Annapolis Shakespeare Company by Charles Green

Annapolis Shakespeare Company’s production of Oliver! is a fun, colorful treat. The 1960 musical by Lionel Bart, based on Oliver Twist, here directed by Donald Hicken and Sally Boyett, wit…

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Casting Society of America Will Hold Town Hall Conversation for Senior Actors by Andrew Gans

The June 10 event will be held at the Actors' Equity Building in New York and will also be streamed via Facebook Live.

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Hannah Gadsby's Douglas to Premiere on Netflix Following Off-Broadway Run by Olivia Clement

Netflix will welcome back the Nanette star, who is currently touring her new solo show around the U.S.

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‘To Kill A Mockingbird’ Is Now Top-Grossing American Play In Broadway History by Artsjournal1

Aaron Sorkin’s adaptation of Harper Lee’s novel has passed the $40 million mark at the box office, with advance sales lifting the total to $55 million. There are still three British impo…

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Can A City’s Cultural Vibrancy Be Measured? Here’s An Economist Who’s Trying by Artsjournal1

“Provided that culture uniquely defines a city, which urban contexts are more culturally vibrant? And in which ones does culture drive creative economies? This study presents a novel and f…

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Indianapolis Symphony Music Director Krzysztof Urbański To Step Down In 2021 by Artsjournal1

“It was a mutual decision between Krzysztof and the ISO,” sais ISO CEO James Johnson. When he departs, Urbański, now 36, will have been on the ISO’s podium for 10 years, and he’s cr…

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Howard Stern Explains How He Turned Into Terri Gross by Artsjournal1

Three years ago, the Times ran a feature about how the erstwhile King of All Media had moved on from the crazy, raunchy stuff that made him rich and famous and become an intelligent, sensiti…

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Theoretical physics and romance meet in ‘{LOVE/logic},’ a new play at UC Davis

Theoretical physics and theater are usually relegated to their respective departments on campus. But in a new play premiering at UC Davis this week, the two intermix as romance and … Click…

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Read Reviews for Sam Shepard’s Curse of the Starving Class by Adam Hetrick

Tony nominee Terry Kinney directs the Signature Theatre production, starring Maggie Siff and David Warshofsky.

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Royal Opera House announces string of initiatives in Doncaster under major new partnership by Georgia Snow

The Royal Opera House will work with every school in Doncaster and tour ballet to the city for the first time as

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Inside MTC's 2019 Spring Gala, Honoring Advertising Pioneer Nancy Coyne by Nathan Skethway

The May 13 gala featured performances from Broadway's Ain't Too Proud, Be More Chill, Hadestown, and more.

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Rachel Bloom Brings Crazy Ex-Girlfriend to Radio City Music Hall May 14 by Ruthie Fierberg

The cast of the TV musical comedy series performs live show at the famed venue.

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Review: ‘On Air’ at Creative Cauldron by David Siegel

Dancing and singing over the wireless airways–how might it have happened? What might have been a dry history lesson is given delightfully appealing musical charm in Creative Cauldron’s w…

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Full line-up revealed for Polunin At The Palladium by Robin Johnson

Sergei Polunin is leading a showcase at none other than The London Palladium, Polunin At The Palladium, which will also feature a raft of other stars. The post Full line-up revealed for Polu…

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Museum of Natural History to Present Excerpts From New Dave Malloy Musical, Moby-Dick by Andrew Gans

The July performances will precede the musical's December world premiere at the American Repertory Theater under the direction of Rachel Chavkin.

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Chisa Hutchinson’s Proof of Love Opens at the Minetta Lane by Olivia Clement

The world premiere of the new solo play, starring Brenda Pressley, opens May 14.

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‘Celebratory, humorous & witty but doesn’t sugar coat’: F*KY YOU & PAY ME – Bunker Theatre ★★★★ by Rev Stan

Written and performed by Joana Nastari, F*ck You and Pay Me is described as a love letter to sex workers, it dispels some of the myths, is celebratory, humorous and witty but doesn't sugar c…

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Take an Exclusive Look Inside Serenbe Playhouse's Vaudeville-Inspired Ragtime by Marc J. Franklin

The musical, staged under a tent reminiscent of those from early 20th-century Atlantic City, began performances May 8 in Georgia.

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Actor Jessica Johnson: ‘Educating Rita was the first time heard a working-class voice in a play’ by Giverny Masso

Starring with Stephen Tompkinson in the UK tour of Educating Rita, Jessica Johnson tells Giverny Masso how reading the role for the

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Ogunquit Playhouse, Atlantic Theater Company, Stagedoor Manor, Ars Nova Theater, 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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Billionaire Boy UK Tour by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Birmingham Stage Company have announced a new tour of David Walliams' Billionaire Boy The Musical. Billionaire Boy UK Tour tickets are on sale now. This post Billionaire Boy …

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The Insider Secrets for Hello World by Brian Sonia-Wallace

The Insider Secrets for Hello World You will carry on to let it operate since you stop by this next report. Nothing might have assisted them longer. Yes, in the event that you should be d…

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Hannah Gadsby Comedy Special ‘Douglas’ To Hit Netflix Next Year by Greg Evans

Hannah Gadsby’s new stand-up special titled Douglas, set for an Off Broadway stand this summer, will debut on Netflix next year, Gadsby announced at Monday’s Netflix FYSEE event in Los A…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, May 14, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Full Cast Announced To Join Sergei Polunin & Johan Kobborg In A New Mixed Bill At The London Palladium by BroadwayWorld

The full cast has been announced for Sergei Polunin's new mixed programme at the London Palladium from 28 May to 1 June 2019.

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Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva the Young Woman Applauded Herself review at Ovalhouse – ‘autobiographical show about female sexuality’ by Rosemary Waugh

Bella Heesom’s autobiographical show employs a long, eye-catching title – Rejoicing at Her Wondrous Vulva the Young Woman Applauded Herself – to

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Yang Liping: Rite of Spring review at Sadler’s Wells, London – ‘visually striking but lacking in depth’ by Rachel Elderkin

A mound of gold Chinese characters spills out across the stage. A Buddhist monk searches through them, focused intently on his task,

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Casting announced for the Ambassadors Theatre production of The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13¾ – The Musical

Casting has been announced for Sue Townsend’s The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13¾ - The Musical, which is set to open at the at Ambassadors Theatre on 15 June for a limited season e…

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Perception Is Reality: A Preview of the Eifman Ballet of St. Petersburg’s “The Pygmalion Effect” at the Auditorium Theatre by Alyssa Motter

Boris Eifman reimagines this antiquated tale through his unique, sensationalistic style of psychological ballet theater that philosophizes about the complex, emotional realities of human ex…

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Inclusion vs. Belonging in A Fierce Kind of Love by Alix Rosenfeld

By Alix Rosenfeld. Alix Rosenfeld talks about the difference between inclusion and belonging when it comes to working with the disability community, using the Philadelphia-based FringeArts p…

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The Glass Menagerie review at Watford Palace Theatre – ‘confusing reimagining of Tennessee Williams’ play’ by JN Benjamin

Tennessee Williams’ memory play, The Glass Menagerie, contains many autobiographical elements. Williams’ mother had a personality disorder and his sister was said

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Photo Flash: Get a First Look at Episode Six of FOSSE/VERDON by BroadwayWorld

FX has released first look images from episode six of FOSSEVERDON, titled 'All I Care About Is Love'. See the photos below The episode airs tonight at 10 p.m. ETPT on FX.

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Tina Landau, Ephraim Sykes, Corbin Bleu, and More Take Home Helen Hayes Awards - Full List! by BroadwayWorld

The 35th annual Helen Hayes Awards honored local theater on Monday, May 13, at The Anthem.

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Finding Your Character’s Voice by D.w. Gregory

Writing the exploratory scene The post Finding Your Character’s Voice appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Falling in Love with Theatre by Christa Skiles

Share your favorite show memories The post Falling in Love with Theatre appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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What Did Chita Rivera Do When Bob Fosse Had His Heart Attack During Chicago? by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth watches Fosse/Verdon with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Andréa Burns, shares stories from their In The Heights days, and more.

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‘A fun show that makes its audience think’: DRINK RUM WITH EXPATS – Touring by Shanine Salmon

Finding the fun in a difficult subject is not easy but Drink Rum with Expats is a fun show that makes its audience think at a time when the theatre world has mostly ignored the impact of Bre…

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Know a Theatre: Prime Stage of Pittsburgh by American Theatre Editors

This 23-year-old theatre company brings classroom curricula and literature to life onstage.

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Heavenly or Hellish? Our Critics Debate the Broadway Season by Ben Brantley and Jesse Green

Adventurous directors and galvanizing performances made for unexpected — and very welcome — departures on what once felt like the Staid White Way.

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An Absurdist Take On Celebrity Worship At PB Dramaworks by Bill Hirschman

Palm Beach Dramaworks is reviving the funny, poignant The House of Blue Leaves about a Queens family whose life is turned inside out when the Pope visits NYC in 1965. Ordinary people spurred…

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REVIEW: Grand Hotel: The Musical by JK

Review of the Sunday, May 12, 2019 matinee at Signature Theatre in Arlington, Virginia. Book by Luther Davis. Music and lyrics by Robert Wright and George Forrest. Additional music and lyric…

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Hannelore Elsner, German Actress Loved By Art-House Audiences And TV Viewers, Dead At 76 by Artsjournal1

“While not well known outside continental Europe, Elsner was a major star in Germany, one of the country’s most famous actors and a regular in both film and television. She was also one …

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Shakespeare’s Globe Postpones Its Project Prospero Expansion by Artsjournal1

The major capital project, which was to begin in October of this year, includes new production and rehearsal facilities and a library/archive; when it was announced in 2016, it was expected …

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This Detroit Artist Turned The Street He Grew Up On Into A Great Big Art Installation — Why Is He Now Taking It Apart? by Artsjournal1

“At various points in the last three decades, [Tyree Guyton’s] Heidelberg Project, as it has come to be known, has been dismissed by neighbors as the junk of a crazy hoarder and hailed b…

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Saudi Arabia Tries To Restart Its Effort To Build A Movie Industry (After That Little Khashoggi Unpleasantness) by Artsjournal1

“Seven months after the murder of Jamal  Khashoggi derailed Crown Prince Mohammed  bin  Salman’s plan to open up the country — and its $1 billion in potential box office — the …

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Front Porch introduces 'Bright Star' to Pittsburgh by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pittsburgh native Erin Lindsey Krom returns to Front Porch Theatricals for a Tony-nominated musical that had debuted alongside “Hamilton.”

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An Interview with Lilli Cooper by Victoria Myers

Lilli Cooper made her Broadway debut as Martha in the original Broadway cast of the musical Spring Awakening, back when she was still in high school. Currently, Lilli is starring as Julie in…

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“So few people get told that it’s okay to be yourself” Robert Pearce tells us how and why he created panto dame Mama G by Featured Content

"The only thing you need to improve is your trust that you are fabulous!" That's the message at the heart of Mama G's Story Time Roadshow, the one-Dame show that comes to the Lion & Unic…

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Richard Deacon: A Flappable Foil by Trav S.D.

Bald-pated, bespectacled character actor Richard Deacon (1921-1984) was one of the great comic foils of all time, and one of the first to spring entirely from the television era. For over a …

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Lew Lehr: “Monkeys Is the Cwaziest Peoples!” by Trav S.D.

Lew Lehr (1895-1950) is someone many classic comedy and animation fans know about…without realizing that they do. Homage was paid to him in no less than 8 Warner Brothers cartoons between …

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How do you become a ballet dancer? by Anna Winter

Ballet’s reputation for requiring hard work, long hours and physical pain is not without merit, but there is fun to be had

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‘Echoes through to modern-day instabilities’: HENRY IV PART 1 – Shakespeare’s Globe ★★★★★ by Debbie Gilpin

Henry IV Part 1 is a fast-paced, fun production that speaks to our politically unstable times – a great way to start the new season.

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Six The Musical is heading out on an extensive nine-month UK tour from October 2019

Is there no stopping the queens of Six The Musical? Following on from invasions of Edinburgh, the West End and North America, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss’ award-winning rocking Royal musical…

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Hula-hoops, parkour and more at EQT Children's Theater Festival by Anya Sostek / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The EQT Children’s Theater Festival, which will run from Thursday to Sunday, typically draws about 25,000 people to Downtown over four days.

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Stephen Belber balances real life and dramatic impulses in City Theatre premiere by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Tony- and Emmy-nominated playwright describes “We Are Among Us,” about an Afghanistan war cover-up, as “cerebral in an old-school way.”

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Venice Opens Its First Permanent Art District by Artsjournal1

Situated on the island of Giudecca, a traditionally industrial area away from the most heavily touristed spots, the Giudecca Art District was founded by curators Pier Paolo Scelsi and Valent…

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Clean Break Celebrates 40th Year With New Anthology of Monologues and Launch at Donmar Warehouse by Cindy Marcolina

Jenny Hicks and Jacqueline Holborough were both serving sentences in HMP Askham Grange when they decided that prison needed theatre. Hence, Clean Break was born. From a collective of ex-pris…

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Guest Blog: Director Nic Connaughton On KILL CLIMATE DENIERS by BroadwayWorld

I first read Kill Climate Deniers in April last year. I'd heard about the play - the Griffin in Sydney was my local theatre in my university days - and I'd heard about the controversy briefl…

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Review: Shakespeare's game of thrones reawakens Pittsburgh's steel giant by Christopher Rawson

Quantum Theatre delivers the majesty and tragedy of “King Lear,” amid the monumental ruins of the Carrie Furnaces in Rankin.

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Emma Rice’s Wise Children to be screened in cinemas across the UK by Matthew Hemley

Emma Rice’s production of Wise Children is to be broadcast to cinemas around the UK. The play was filmed at the York

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Which skills should I put on my CV? by John Byrne

After several years of juggling part-time training with my day job, I am ready to try to make it pay off by

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Class at the Bush Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for Iseult Golden and David Horan’s play Class at the Bush Theatre until 1 June 2019.

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Darwin Festival Completes 40 years by Blouin Artinfo

Proudly celebrating 40 years in 2019, Darwin Festival returns on August 8 and runs through August 25, 2019. It will bring the very best in local and international curated cultural events and…

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Long hours and inconsistent pay are damaging sound workers’ mental health, warns body by Giverny Masso

Long hours, a “highly demanding” working environment and inconsistent pay are among the factors contributing to poor mental health for sound professionals,

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Hitchcock meets Pinter in 'Death Tax' at Mustard Seed Theatre by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Mustard Seed Theatre presents suspenseful comedy-drama.

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NEWS: Plans announced for Six The Musical UK tour by Press Releases

Five-time Olivier Award nominee and West End hit Six The Musical, written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, is heading off on a nine-month tour visiting theatres later this year, opening at the…

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News News News review at Norwich Playhouse – ‘a child’s-eye view of the news’ by Natasha Tripney

“Your news is bad news,” proclaim a group of primary school children. They’re fed up with grown-up news – it’s boring, depressing

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Dances with Du Pré and Dante in the Royal Ballet's new season by Lyndsey Winship

Highlights of the new season include a ballet by Cathy Marston about cellist Jacqueline du Pré, and Wayne McGregor’s take on the Divine Comedy A ballet based on the life of Jacqueline du …

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The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson review – satire fails to skewer by Michael Billington

Park theatre, LondonChurchill, Blair and Thatcher drop in on Jonathan Maitland’s vacillating hero, but the jokes fall flat in this topical comedy The problem with creating a play about Bor…

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The Last Temptation of Boris Johnson review at Park Theatre, London – ‘unfocused and unsubtle comedy’ by Dave Fargnoli

In 2016, as the Tory party grappled with David Cameron’s decision to hold a Brexit referendum, Boris Johnson invited Michael Gove to

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Emma Rice's Production Of WISE CHILDREN Will Be Screened In Cinemas Across UK And Ireland by BroadwayWorld

More2Screen today announces the cinema release of the critically acclaimed stage adaptation of Angela Carter's Wise Children which will be screened in more than 250 cinemas across the UK and…

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SIX Announces A Royal Tour For 2019/20 by BroadwayWorld

Nominated for five 2019 OIivier Awards, including Best New Musical, Best Choreography and Best Costume Design, the West End smash hit SIX, written by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, today announc…

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BWW Review: COURTNEY ACT: UNDER THE COVERS, Underbelly Festival by Cindy Marcolina

Back in 2014, audiences stared rapt into their televisions as Courtney Act aka Shane Jenek debuted her flare and gorgeousness as one of the participants in RuPaul's Drag Race. They were alre…

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WAITRESS Will Celebrate Pride Month With The Next London Cast Album Karaoke Night On 26 June by BroadwayWorld

The next Waitress London Cast Album Karaoke Night has been confirmed for Wednesday 26 June - in partnership with Gay Times. Audience members who want to take part just need to sign up before…

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Royal Opera House Announces 17 New Productions For Its 2019/20 Season by BroadwayWorld

The Royal Opera House today launches its 201920 Season, unveiling an exciting range of new commissions, world premieres and much-loved revivals, supported by a diverse range of ticketed and …

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Matthew Kelly Completes CAROUSEL Concert Cast by BroadwayWorld

Final casting has been announced for the upcoming concert performance of Rodgers amp Hammerstein's iconic musical CAROUSEL for one night only at Cadogan Hall on Sunday 19th May.

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Paramount Network Renews “Ink Master” for Two Seasons, Orders Spin-Off Series by Blouin Artinfo

Paramount Network announced the expansion of its popular “Ink Master” franchise, a highly-rated hit of an original tattoo-competition series. The network has expanded the series for seas…

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Wake Up With BWW 5/14: Hannah Corneau Joins WICKED, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld We'd like to wish a happy first performance to Hannah Corneau who is making her Broadway debut in the role of Elphaba in Wicked, beginning tonight Break a leg, Ha…

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Photo Coverage: Inside the 2019 New York Drama Critics Awards Presentation and Reception by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

The New York Drama Critics' Circle recently announced their 2019 winners.

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Theater review: ‘Mamma Mia’ a trip back in time worth taking by Joanne Engelhardt

It’s ABBAsolutely true: The ABBA-inspired musical “Mamma Mia” is ‘pop’-ping up everywhere in the Bay Area these days. Right now it’s Hillbarn Theatre’s turn, and it’s a trip.…

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Royal Ballet’s Kevin O’Hare: ‘We have a breadth of new talent. I can’t help but be a proud parent’ by Neil Norman

The former dancer took over as director of the Royal Ballet in 2012 with a reputation as a safe pair of hands.

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‘Quirky, lovely & completely self-aware’: AMOUR – Charing Cross Theatre by Laura Kressly

Musically, Amour soars and Michel Legrand’s score is in good hands with the brilliant band and musical director Jordan Li-Smith.

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Mordine & Co. — the reason we have modern dance in Chicago — celebrates its 50th birthday by Lauren Warnecke

“Considering this city’s black thumb when applied to grass roots dance companies, I feel a compulsion to fly some zeppelin blimp over the Dance Troupe’s home at 1725 N. Wells St.” Gi…

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Musical Six announces UK tour by Matthew Hemley

Musical Six is to embark on a UK tour, opening at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre in Guildford this October. The production is

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Review: Breakin’ Convention, Sadler’s Wells by Gabriel Wilding

Review: Breakin' Convention, Sadler's Wells5.0Overall ScoreCelebrating their 16th year, Breakin’ Convention explodes into the Sadler’s Wells theatre filling every corner with noise, life…

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VIDEO: Watch Dianne Pilkington Sing 'As Good As New' by Christopher Hamilton by West End Video

West End leading lady Dianne Pilkington performed 'As Good As New' at An Evening With Christopher Hamilton amp Friends as part of the Sunday Socials concert series at the Union Theatre.

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Marvel’s “Ghost-Rider” and “Helstrom" make their way to Hulu in 2020 by Blouin Artinfo

Marvel’s “Ghost-Rider” and “Helstrom” will make their way to Hulu in 2020. This happened as Marvel Television and Hulu expand their partnership with the addition of these two new l…

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Lecturer Steph Smart: ‘Keep fighting for what you want, regardless of the obstacles in your way’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in performance? I started at my local drama group, the Little Theatre in Nairn. I took part

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Actor Taighen O’Callaghan, 14: ‘Don’t think about a role after the audition, even if you want it badly’ by John Byrne

My first screen job was a commercial in 2017. We filmed in Watford, not far from where I live, but as it

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‘Remarkably funny & unexpectedly painful’: DIE! DIE! DIE! OLD PEOPLE DIE! – Battersea Arts Centre by Tom Bolton

Ridiculusmus is at the top of their game and Die! Die! Die! Old People Die!, complete with fart jokes, is an absolute must-see for anyone who wants to be awed by what two men on a small stag…

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The Green Room: How can we reduce ticket prices? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Dicky Benfield is in his 40s and has worked in the West End, at the National, the Globe and in theatres around

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London Theatre Review: Waitress The Musical at the West End's Adelphi Theatre

Waitress is one 2019’s most anticipated transfers along with Come from Away and boy, has it been worth the wait! The original Broadway musical is currently booking at the Adelphi Theatr…

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What Makes Network a Unique Broadway Experience? by Gerard Raymond For Broadway Direct

Ivo van Hove’s dynamic multimedia staging of Network has wowed audiences and critics alike since the start of its Broadway run last November. The stage is transformed into a live televisio…

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Tony Awards 2019: Who Will Win (and Who Should) by Ben Brantley and Jesse Green

The chief theater critics for The Times choose who they think should win and who should have been nominated.

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NEWS: Abigail Moore stars as Margot Fonteyn in new play with dance Margot, Dame by Featured Content

Twenty-seven brand new shows from some of the UK's most exciting emerging theatre companies are set to hit the King's Head Theatre this summer for the venue's annual Playmill Festival.

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Santino Fontana's 'Tootsie' For Our Time by Variety

The Tony-nominated actor on fighting the good fight, and why it’s “like a war movie” backstage.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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BELLIES UNFILLED by Joe Dziemianowicz

Sam Shepard’s bleak family saga is handled capably by this ensemble.

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“Die Lustige Witwe” at Kungliga Operan, Stockholm by Blouin Artinfo

Kungliga Operan, Stockholm, is all set to stage “Die Lustige Witwe,” beginning May 3 through June 8, 2019.In an interesting spin of words, the venue’s website describes the operetta as…

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Billy Bush to Make a TV Comeback as the Host of “ExtraExtra” by Blouin Artinfo

Billy Bush is all set to make a comeback to television screens after nearly three years following the release of the infamous “Access Hollywood” tape featuring US President Donald Trump.…

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Saturday night special by Artsjournal1

The humble McDonald’s cheeseburger — the plain one, not the Big Mac — as madeleine. – Terry Teachout

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Something American orchestras don’t want known by Artsjournal1

Continuing from my last post, with what should be in a book on the past few decades’ history of American orchestras … One main focus of the book would of course have to be orchestra fina…

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Propwatch: the suitcases in ‘Death of a Salesman’ by Artsjournal1

We see them early on in the heavy-hearted revival at London’s Young Vic. Willy lumbers in with two cases. One, a smart, wooden box, presumably packed with sample goods. The other, a batter…

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New Frontiers in Arts Research: My panel remarks at the IU Center for Cultural Affairs Symposium by Artsjournal1

I’ll let my comments speak for themselves but will leave you with this reflection — “A good society contains many different artists doing many different things. A bad society coerces a…

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Time Pauses For Valentin Silvestrov by Artsjournal1

Milton Moore, who has been reviewing music, classical and otherwise, since the ‘70s, today starts in this space a more-or-less monthly column about contemporary and “alternative” class…

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No Laughing Matter: The Challenges of Reviewing Comedy by BroadwayWorld

Reviewing a comic show can be a strange experience - if you're not laughing and everyone else is, how should you judge it And does the very act of critiquing limit your potential enjoyment B…

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“Musique Américaine” at Opéra de Lausanne, Switzerland by Blouin Artinfo

On May 5, 2019, Opera de Lausanne will be hosting the concert “Musique Americaine,” which will be honoring the musical works of some of the greatest American music composers — George G…

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Dramaturg Uzma Hameed: ‘Ballet is so sublime, it has to handle big ideas, surely?’ by Anna Winter

Dramaturgs are not common in ballet. Uzma Hameed, the co-creator of Northern Ballet’s Victoria and Wayne McGregor collaborator, tells Anna Winter how

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“The Railway to Tibet,” at NCPA, Beijing by Blouin Artinfo

“The Railway to Tibet” is on stage at NCPA, Beijing through May 11, 2019. According to the website of NCPA, this piece of theater, “was performed at the Opening Ceremony of the 12th Na…

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Theatre News: 2019 Helen Hayes Award Winners by Md Theatre Guide News Desk

On Monday, May 13, 2019, the following recipients were announced in a ceremony held at The Anthem in Washington, DC. 2019 Helen Hayes Awards: James MacArthur Award for outstanding supporting…

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“Il trittico” at Bayerische Staatsoper, Germany by Blouin Artinfo

Giacomo Puccini’s “Il trittico,” a collection of three one-act operas, “Il tabarro,” “Suor Angelica,” and “Gianni Schicchi” will be staged at Bayerische Staatsoper from May…

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“Rotkäppchen” at Staatsoper Stuttgart, Germany by Blouin Artinfo

The classic European fairy-tale of “The Little Riding Hood,” will be retold in German at Staatsoper Stuttgart by Georges Aperghis from May 4 through May 28, 2019. The tale will be presen…

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Designer Grace Smart: The show can go on without design, but a character will be missing by Grace Smart

I’m going to admit a shocking truth that could see me exiled from the design community: if the van with the actors

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0618: The Story of Stephen Foster – Part Two by MusicalTalk

It’s time for songs, stories and insights into the life, works and legacy of Stephen Foster, in the second part of our look into the life of this mid Victorian American song writing giant.…

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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2019 Helen Hayes Award Winners by News Desk

Outstanding Choreography in a Musical – Hayes Parker Esse Anything Goes Arena Stage Outstanding Choreography in a Musical – Helen Rachel Leigh Dolan Chicago The Keegan Theatre Outstandin…

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Beyond the Battlefront: Letters by Lindsay Price

If you’re looking for an excellent and challenging Reader’s Theatre script that chronicles the correspondence between the battlefront and home, Letters by Mrs. Evelyn Merritt is one you …

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Wicked Welcomes Hannah Corneau as Elphaba in Broadway Debut by Andy Lefkowitz

Hannah Corneau flies into the mega-hit musical Wicked beginning on May 14. The Broadway newbie takes over the starring role of Elphaba, replacing Jessica Vosk, who played her final performan…

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Gods of Rap, Wembley Arena, London — a nostalgia tour

A show featuring De La Soul, Public Enemy and Wu-Tang Clan suffered from poor sound quality and perfunctory performances

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On the Couch with Andre de Vanny by Arts Review

Who is Andre de Vanny? My name is Andre de Vanny. I have been working in Film Television and Theatre for over 15 years. After success with the Irish Monodrama Swansong in Los Angeles and New…

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Hereditary Star Alex Wolff, Kelly AuCoin, More Star in Long Lost, Beginning May 14 Off-Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The Manhattan Theatre Club presents the new play from Pulitzer Prize winner Donald Margulies.

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Vampires get their own reality TV show in delicious comedy What We Do in the Shadows

Bloodsuckers sent to conquer North America get stuck on Staten Island in spin-off from 2014 mockumentary

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Putting Their Own Stamp on an Iconic Twyla Tharp Work - American Ballet Theatre's spring season includes a trio of pieces by the legendary dance-maker

American Ballet Theatre's spring season includes a trio of pieces by the legendary dance-maker---American Ballet Theatre's spring season, which runs through July 6 at the Metropolitan Opera …

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Dying City, With Colin Woodell and Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Second Stage Theater revival, written and directed by Christopher Shinn, kicks off May 14.

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Angels in America Audiobook, Featuring Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane, and Broadway Co-Stars, Released May 14 by Andrew Gans

The recording is available from Penguin Random House Audio.

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Hannah Corneau Is Elphaba in Broadway’s Wicked Beginning May 14 by Andrew Gans

The Hedwig and the Angry Inch alum succeeds Jessica Vosk at the Gershwin Theatre.

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IMPRESSIONS: The Ninth Annual WestFest Top Floor at Westbeth Artists Housing by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: The Ninth Annual WestFest Top Floor at Westbeth Artists Housing, "Within this colorful collage, every style from lyrical to theatrical had its moment. Creating clear and vi…

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Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Henning Rübsam on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast by The Dance Enthusiast

In Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Henning Rübsam on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast, Behind the Byline highlights one our most important assets — our contributors. Get t…

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