Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Constellations by Arts Review

Green Room Award winning duo Andrew Strano and Casey Gould are joined by Abigail King and accompanied by Lucy O’Brien in Nick Payne’s Constellations – a play about quantum theory, love…

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2019 Capital Fringe Review: ‘The Knights of Salisbury’ by Betsy Lizotte

The Knighthood Players’ Production of The Knights of Salisbury, by Tim Caron, directed by Tim Caron and Ilyana Rose-Davila, with music direction by Jason Schoenfeld, is a nostalgic, though…

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Autocannibal by Arts Review

Years ago, Stephen King wrote a short story called, Survivor Type. In it, a drug-smuggling surgeon crash lands on barely an island with no reliable source of food or fresh water. His hunger …

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Review – Tony Stone by Elyse Trevers

Times have changed. Or have they? Yesterday was a day filled with special events featuring female sports figures. On TV Wimbledon featured the women’s semi-finals from London. In New York,…

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2019 Capital Fringe Review: ‘American Diet’ by Julie Janson

Here’s a show description you don’t see often: “A dark yet whimsical exploration of food, fitness, body image, and metabolic endocrinology.” And I will say, that’s no lie. In Ameri…

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Review: ‘Be More Chill’ at Monumental Theatre Company by Sophia Howes

If you can’t get to the Broadway sensation Be More Chill, which closes August 11, there is no need to despair. Monumental Theatre Company is presenting the DMV’s first professional versi…

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Warner Music buys label behind Mary Poppins stage show

Music group expects new genres to boost revenue as they adopt streaming services

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

First 20 prestigious 2019 Helpmann Award winners announced by Arts Review

This year, for the very first time, 43 Helpmann Awards are being presented across two nights and two events at Arts Centre Melbourne. On Sunday 14 July, the first 20 Helpmann Awards were pre…

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2019 Capital Fringe Review: ‘EyeSOAR’ by Julie Janson

EyeSOAR is primarily a dance performance which incorporates video, audio interviews, music, and the spoken word to tell the story of the Shirlington neighborhood in Arlington, Virginia. This…

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2019 Capital Fringe Review: ‘Beyond These Walls’ by Sophia Howes

Beyond These Walls is a provocative contribution to the Capital Fringe, and well worth seeing. It was originally devised in 2018 under the direction of Matt Bassett, Artistic Director of the…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Joy Rebel’ at the Logan Festival of Solo Performance at 1st Stage by David Siegel

Joy Rebel, written and performed by Khanisha Foster, is a moving, deep dive into fluid identity and the fraught experiences of a mixed-race human being on her journey to self-understanding. …

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2019 Capital Fringe Review: ‘This Place of Ours’ by Julie Janson

When done well, dance has a unique ability to tell a compelling narrative through themes that audience members can then adapt to their own perspectives and stories. Moving Body Dance Company…

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Review: ‘American Spies and Other Homegrown Fables’ by The Hub Theatre by Bob Ashby

Playwright Sam Hamashima is described in his program bio as working in the “collision  between his queer identity and his Japanese-American identity.” In American Spies and Other Homegr…

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A STRANGE LOOP: A Superior Work about an Inferiority Complex by Peter Filichia

Let’s never again hear another word on how THE BOYS IN THE BAND deserves to be castigated for its so-called...Continue Reading The post A STRANGE LOOP: A Superior Work about an Inferiority…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

The Play That Goes Wrong by Steven Morris

The post The Play That Goes Wrong appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Today on Broadway: Monday, July 15, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

New York & Broadway Suffers Saturday Night Black Out and “Life of Pi” and “Noises Off” Eye West End Transfers “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast h…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Capital Fringe review: I Favor My Daddy by Michelle Rago

Jamie Brickhouse is a memorable mimic. His enthralling solo show, I Favor My Daddy, doesn’t feel solo because of how vividly he inhabits his characters. We meet his parents, Mama Jean and …

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Act 1 2019 Helpmann Award Winners by Matt Edwards

This year, as last year, the Helpmann Awards are being presented over 2 nights from the Arts Centre Melbourne. Last night the first 20 Awards were presented at an intimate, industry only coc…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

No One Is Forgotten by Darryl Reilly

Playwright Winter Miller offers a shakily hollow mélange of Genet, Beckett and Pinter with her two women in a prison cell scenario taking place in an unnamed foreign country. Ms. Miller’s…

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Sci-Fi Is Trying To Prepare Us For An Uncertain Future (And Present) by Artsjournal2

A contingent of science fiction writers – that is, novelists, to be clear – are being hired by companies to predict the future. Yes, really. “Mega consulting firm Price Waterhouse Coop…

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Will Finding Shakespeare’s London Home Tell Us More About His Plays? by Artsjournal2

That’s the idea of the search, truly. Historian Geoff Marsh “concluded from cross-referencing various tax and leasehold documents of the time … that the playwright – then in his earl…

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The Opera Star Who Says Twitter Has Been A Real Lifesaver by Artsjournal2

Sure, Twitter has issues. And then it has this: “At 58, [Karita] Mattila, who is currently onstage here at the Aix Festival in Weill and Brecht’s “Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagon…

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VIDEO: THE LION KING Suffers Flood Due to Blackout; The Show Goes on With Costume Adjustments

Due to the blackout, a flood occurred backstage at the Minskoff Theatre, damaging many costumes required for The Lion King.

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J-pop giant Johnny Kitagawa dies aged 87

Boy band hitmaker behind SMAP and Arashi helped shape Japanese music scene

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Fringe Review: ‘Caribbean Command’ at Saint Augustine’s Episcopal Church Dove by Peter Orvetti

Audiences attending “Caribbean Command” at the Capital Fringe Festival will be presented with a stilted, repetitive debate between four members of the service over which one of them shou…

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Fringe Review: ‘Thanksgiving at Macbeth’s’ by Annexus Theatre Company by Peter Orvetti

Annexus Theatre Company’s “Thanksgiving at Macbeth’s” is a work by a very smart director and very talented actors who all work very well together. Frustratingly, despite the scads of…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Fringe Review: ‘The Face Zone,’ Martin Graff, Capital Fringe by Mary Ann Johnson

Martin Graff is an illustrator, author and composer who has created this heartfelt work based on his travels and life and musings about how humans connect with one another. He uses his own l…

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Review: Elvis Costello’s opera, The Juliet Letters by Susan Galbraith

UrbanArias’ Artistic Director Robert Wood continues to push the envelope of what makes for contemporary opera. In Elvis Costello, the famous Brit pop singer/song writer, he has found a com…

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Coming Attractions: July 14 through 30 — What Will Light Your Fire by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks. The post Coming Attractions: July 14 through 30 — What Will Light Your…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Am I Still a Dancer If I Don’t Dance For a Living? by Stacie Williams

Let's reject the antiquated idea that you're either entirely in or out of the arts. The post Am I Still a Dancer If I Don’t Dance For a Living? appeared first on Clyde Fitch Report.

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Chineke!: Changing the record by Artsjournal1

“In its four years of existence, Chineke!, Europe’s first majority black and minority ethnic (BME) orchestra has transformed the attitude of the classical music business towards race, di…

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Looking back on the lesser-known histories of ‘Chicano Public Radio’ by Artsjournal1

“Too often, popular accounts of Spanish-language media focus on radio ratings within profit-driven radio markets and cities with large Latina/o populations, such as New York, Los Angeles, …

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Toolkit tackles ‘class crisis’ in arts sector by Artsjournal1

“Arts organisations should treat social class in the same way as identity markers protected by equality legislation in order to combat a ‘class crisis’ in the sector, a new guide argue…

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How to Solve Theatre Design’s Diversity Problem by Artsjournal1

“Backstage jobs are still predominantly filled by white men, but the picture is slowly changing thanks to artists’ activism.” – American Theatre

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Change Agents: Kaywin Feldman and Bryan Stevenson on Embracing Empathy and Confronting American Racism in Museums by Artsjournal1

Kaywin Feldman is the first woman to serve as director of the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Public interest attorney Bryan Stevenson and his Equal Justice Initiative founded th…

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The New Bookstore In Chicago That’s Also Showcasing Original Art by Artsjournal2

In her new bookstore in Chicago – the only one owned by a Black woman – owner and curator DL Mullen has more than books. “What might be most visually striking about the space is the ar…

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Back to Where They Once Belonged: Proponents of Repatriation of African Artworks Take Issue with the Past — and Present and Future by Artsjournal1

“Over the past few years, questions surrounding repatriation have evolved beyond whether it will happen to how — and by whom and in what way the fate of objects will be decided. … – …

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As Playwright Luis Alfaro Adapts Immigration Stories, He Says Greek Dramas Are The Primal, Perfect Canvas by Artsjournal2

Alfaro met a 13-year-old promising playwright in 1999, but she was in a program for felons: She had killed her mother, who had put a hit out on her father. Then he started re-reading Electra…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Visual Arts Review: “Renoir: the Body, the Senses” — Beauty and Dismay by Charles Giuliano

When he is at his best, few can match Renoir’s charm and popular appeal. The post Visual Arts Review: “Renoir: the Body, the Senses” — Beauty and Dismay appeared first on The Arts Fu…

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Promenade: María Irene Fornés and Al Carmines’ Edgy Entertaining Musical by New York Theater

When María Irene Fornés died last October at the age of 88, the many theatergoers who knew nothing about her suddenly learned how pioneering , prolific and influential a theater artist she…

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Why YouTube’s Feedback Loop Is So Toxic by Artsjournal2

It COULD get fixed, but it probably won’t. Why? Engagement. “As the AI improves, it will be able to more precisely predict who is interested in this content; thus, it’s also less likel…

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The Life Cycle Of A Beach Read by Artsjournal2

Ouch, why did you have to zing all of us who have ever been on vacation, NYT? – The New York Times

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The Author Of ‘How To Train Your Dragon’ Says Books Are Better For The Brain Than Movies by Artsjournal2

Cressida Cowell, laureate for children’s literature and a writer whose fame has greatly benefitted from film and TV, says, “Books are a kind of transformative magic that offer magical th…

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The Mystery Mural At L.A.’s Coliseum – And The Teen Who Solve It by Artsjournal2

The kid who solved the mystery was simply obsessed – and lucky, thanks to a tweet, to find the right timeline. “‘The entire time I was trying to figure out who painted it, I thought it…

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Bob Ross Was A Famous (Infamous?) Painter, So Where Are All Of His Paintings? [VIDEO] by Artsjournal2

The mystery lasted a long time, and criss-crossed the internet – partly because everyone wanted to buy a Bob Ross original. Good luck with that. (Also, come for the mystery, but stay for t…

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Producers Of ‘Big Little Lies’ Promised A Woman Director Complete Creative Control – And Then Yanked It Back by Artsjournal2

Showrunner David E. Kelley had a plan, but he didn’t share it with British filmmaker Andrea Arnold before shooting began … or finished. “There was a dramatic shift in late 2018 as the …

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Writing About Theatre In St. Louis by Artsjournal2

The critic for the St. Louis Post-Dispatch: “The way I look at it, there are people who just wanna see a show, and there are theatre people. There’s some overlap between those two groups…

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The Uber Driver Whose Opera Singing Videos Went Viral by Artsjournal2

Actually, he’s an opera singer by training and design and only an Uber driver – in Durban, South Africa – by economic necessity. Still, though, the viral videos taken by a passenger we…

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Opera Is Tasked With Saving This Small Town In ‘Empty Spain’ by Artsjournal2

Between Madrid and Barcelona, there’s now little but empty space where towns used to be – except for the 700-person town of Medinaceli, where “in August, [the town] becomes a stage for…

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Review: In ‘Acquanetta,’ a Cult Movie Star’s Eyes to Die For by Ben Brantley

Michael Gordon and Deborah Artman’s unsettling chamber opera, directed by Daniel Fish, unfolds with the scraping sounds of a horror film.

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Summer Pleasures @ Tulla Booth by Barry Gordin

Opening reception for photography exhibit, Summer Pleasures, on view through August 30th. July 13, 2019: Tulla Booth Gallery, 66 Main Street in Sag Harbor, hosted an opening reception fo…

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Film Review: “Under the Silver Lake” — Through a Glass Blindly by Tim Jackson

Under the Silver Lake would be infuriating were its Charlie Kaufman-inspired adventures not so entertaining. The post Film Review: “Under the Silver Lake” — Through a Glass Blindly app…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

What Makes Michael R. Jackson Tick, and What Ticks Him Off by Elisabeth Vincentelli

The young, gay, black creator of the musical “A Strange Loop” talks about his process, Liz Phair, soap operas and just about everything else.

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LTV Benefit by Barry Gordin

Super Salon Comedy with Elayne Boosler benefits LTV Media Center July 13, 2019: LTV, the East End public access television station, celebrated Summer with a very funny evening produced by…

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This Week on Broadway for July 14, 2019: A Strange Loop @ Playwrights Horizons by James Marino

Jena Tesse Fox, Peter Filichia, and James Marino talk about the blackout (evening of July 13, 2019), The Full Monty @ Capital Repertory Theatre, Encores! Off-Center: Promenade, A Strange Loo…

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‘One of the liveliest pieces of writing to appear for a long time’: Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner – Royal Court Theatre by Aleks Sierz

Seven Methods of Killing Kylie Jenner at the Royal Court Theatre, a bright new two-hander about an internet troll being trolled is intelligent, lively, provocative and funny.

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Learn All About Bob Fosse's Lasting Impact on the Modern Musical & More on This Week's Elaine Paige on Sunday by

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday, and this week it's jazzier than ever before because she …

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

The Various Versions of “The Virginian” by Trav S.D.

July 14 is the birthday of author Owen Wister (1860-1938). Some credit Wister with giving birth to the western fiction literary genre with his 1902 novel The Virginian. I find the distinctio…

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Capital Fringe review: An Evening with Lola Montez by Debbie Minter Jackson

If this were the 1850’s, chances are you would know the name of Lola Montez. Mary Murphy is captivating in her portrayal of this alluring, crowd pleasing, coquettish, and controversial wom…

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Stage Directions: Why Jo Bonney Has Dedicated Her Life to New Dramatic Work by Mervyn Rothstein

The two-time Obie-winning director reveals her motivations, mistakes she’s learned from, and what to know about Off-Broadway’s the way she spoke.

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Evaluating Iris Murdoch At 100 by Artsjournal2

Her work, much of which is being reissued, is still incredibly relevant. “A crucial idea in Murdoch’s fiction is the reality of others, a material fact that we are confronted with daily …

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Scarlett Johansson Says She Should Be Allowed To Play Anything, Including ‘A Tree,’ Because That’s Her Job by Artsjournal2

Oh boy. This is going to end well. “‘As an actor I should be allowed to play any person, or any tree, or any animal because that is my job and the requirements of my job,’ Johansson ex…

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The message is the magic in Foothill’s ‘Cinderella’ by Anne Gelhaus

While there are no magical mice in “Rogers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella,” performers in Foothill Music Theatre’s production say the show will still appeal to fans of the Disney versi…

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The Stress, The Mess and Handling It by Victoria Cairl

I can’t find my passport and it’s tearing me apart. Continue reading on Medium »

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Re:Creating Europe review – voices from history echo through Brexit by Mark Fisher

The Lowry, SalfordFrom Henry V’s speech to Jona Lewie’s Stop the Cavalry, this illuminating production explores the ‘flawed family’ of Europe Way back at the start of the Brexit wars…

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The Nico Project review – Maxine Peake digs deep into a nightmare by Mark Fisher

The Stoller Hall, ManchesterWith fascinating – and frustrating – results, the actor plays a woman seemingly possessed by the ghost of the late Velvet Underground singer When 1980s Manche…

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The Basics of Theatre Criticism by Danielle Rosvally

By Danielle Rosvally. Danielle Rosvally looks at the importance of theatre criticism, explores the idea that everyone’s a critic, and talks about the parking lot rule.

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

So, What Exactly Is L.A.’s Urban Plan For The New LACMA District? by Artsjournal2

Um … indeed. “The big question is whether Los Angeles can pull it together to approach its public urban spaces in ways that are more cohesive and more mindful of human scale — and perh…

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How A Large, Decentralized Social Network Is Dealing With A N*zi Problem by Artsjournal2

Mastodon was meant to be a kinder, gentler, no-fascist Twitter. Then a right-wing social network moved to Mastodon. “It’s a hard problem, playing off the deepest limitations of decentral…

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When Will Theatre Awards Catch Up With Nonbinary Actors? by Artsjournal2

Howard Sherman says the time has come to figure this out: “So long as there are categories for best actor and actress (or best male and female actor), those who identify outside of the bin…

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‘Essential viewing’: LUNATIC 19’S – Finborough Theatre by Liz Dyer

With immigrants across the USA bracing for planned Ice raids this weekend, Lunatic 19’s, a topical new play by Iowa-based writer Tegan McLeod, shines a spotlight on the soullessness and ab…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Someone (A Lot Of People, To Be Honest) Has To Mow The Lawn At The Largest Sculpture Park In The U.S. by Artsjournal2

Storm King is big. Really, really big: “The art here is nestled amid 500 acres of verdant hills, exposed to the ever-shifting and unrelenting climate of New York’s Hudson Valley.” – …

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Life of Pi review – Martel’s tall tale brought to astonishing life by Clare Brennan

Crucible, SheffieldLolita Chakrabarti’s superbly acted adaptation of Yann Martel’s Booker-winner makes dazzling use of its interplay of illusions Everything about this production is amaz…

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Rocio Molina: Fallen from Heaven review – flamenco with a subversive twist by Sara Veale

Sadler’s Wells, LondonThe Spanish star bends tradition to her passionate exploration of womanhood When Rocío Molina strikes a pose, her limbs snap to attention with military precision. An…

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The week in theatre: Tree; Invisible Cities; Peter Gynt – review by Susannah Clapp

Manchester international festival; Olivier, LondonTree is less exciting than the row about its authorship, Lolita Chakrabarti works wonders with Italo Calvino’s tricky text, and David Hare…

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Jerry Seinfeld review – multimillionaire with a masterly common touch by Brian Logan

Hammersmith Apollo, LondonNow in his mid-60s, the comedian is still delivering beautifully honed, brilliantly timed observations on everyday life ‘I feel like a blacksmith up here sometime…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

'The Secret Life Of Bees' Takes On A Second Life As Musical Theater by Jeff Lunden

Sue Monk Kidd's bestselling novel tells the story of a white girl taken in by a family of black beekeepers. The premise posed a welcome challenge for black Pulitzer-winning playwright Lynn N…

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Video Of An Uber Driver In South Africa Singing Opera Goes Viral by Susie Neilson

Menzi Mngoma is hoping that the exposure will help him further his dream of becoming an international singing sensation who doesn't have to drive for Uber.

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Working With a Cultural Consultant When Writing an International Play: Interview With U.S. Playwright Gabriel Jason Dean and Humaira Ghilzai, an Afgha by Henrik Eger

The playwright “I spring from ministers, murderers, rebels, addicts, closeted queens, soldiers, singers, and blue-collar mill workers.” This confession opens playwright Gabriel Jason Dea…

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Sunday, July 14, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

2019 Capital Fringe Review ‘What Wasn’t’ by Guest Author

By Rebecca Kurtz Perhaps it is a matter of personal preference that at Fringe I am often more taken by the comedies than by the dramas. The intensely self-involved process of making and perf…

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Blackout Darkens Broadway, but Songs Brighten Sidewalk Scenes by Michael Paulson

Most theaters closed down on their most lucrative night of the week, but some casts gave their fans a memorable moment.

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Feist is the latest pop star to break into podcasting

The Canadian singer’s new series examines the events that shape and change us

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Burn This Closes on Broadway July 14 by Olivia Clement

The Lanford Wilson play, starring Adam Driver and Keri Russell, opened at the Hudson Theatre in April.

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