Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Advertising & Marketing Manager, The Cleveland Orchestra by Artsjournal

If you know The Cleveland Orchestra, you know that we promise you the extraordinary!

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Deputy Director of Programs, The Djerassi Program by Artsjournal

The Djerassi Program seeks a passionate and skilled arts administrator with grantwriting skills and a commitment to the work of individual artists to fill the position of Deputy Director o…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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The Exquisite Challenge Of Merce Cunningham Class by Artsjournal

Siobhan Burke: “Those 90-minute lessons — advancing from a warm-up of the back and feet to more complex coordinations of the torso and legs to jumping sequences that flew across the room…

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Why Was This UK Museum Using Facial Recognition On Its Visitors? by Artsjournal

A spokeswoman for National Museums Liverpool defended its use of the enhanced surveillance technology as an additional security measure for the exhibition, titled “China’s First Emperor …

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The Symbiotic Dance Between Jazz And Film by Artsjournal

Since the advent of sound, movies treated jazz as a marker of modernity and youth, a soundtrack to a fledgling America further distancing itself from Europe and charting a path through its s…

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UK Museum Attendance Up Six Percent After A Couple Down Years by Artsjournal

Attendance dropped by 1% in both 2017 and 2016, and by 0.5% in 2015. But new figures from the national tourism agency show a decisive turnaround, with attendance across 444 museums and art g…

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Umberto Eco’s Outsized Influence On Popular Culture by Artsjournal

Few of the newspaper obituarists seemed to know quite what he had done. He had been involved in something that had changed the way texts are interpreted; but it was not really clear why that…

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The Anthropologists Who Thought They Could End Racism, Sexism by Artsjournal

Franz Boas concluded that “there is not one human culture but many, and he started referring to ‘cultures,’ in the plural. He was engaged in ethnography, and he believed that the job o…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Dope Queens by Lara Altunian

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

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, August 21, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

The New LaPine, Kitt, Korie Musical Starring Hadden-Paton, Cusack, and Yazbeck is about What Now? “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre h…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of Paper Mill's CHASING RAINBOWS

Paper Mill Playhouse presents the New Jersey premiere of Chasing Rainbows: The Road to Oz. Meet the cast in the photos!

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Theatre News: ‘Cabaret’ Opens Olney Theatre Center’s 82nd Season by Md Theatre Guide News Desk

Olney Theatre Center launches the 2019-2020 season on the Mainstage with Kander and Ebb’s CABARET directed by Alan Paul (August 28 – October 6, 2019). Broadway veteran Alexandra Silber, …

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Civilisation review – an audacious study of everyday heartbreak by Kate Wyver

Underbelly Cowgate, EdinburghIn a thrilling piece of theatre, a grieving woman immerses herself in quotidian distractions oblivious to three dancers who invade her space Complex, raw and ins…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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The Doctor, Almeida Theatre review - Robert Icke's long goodbye by Aleks.sierz

Juliet Stevenson is brilliant in an ethical debate that is both thrilling and challenging After six years, associate director Robert Icke bids farewell to the Almeida Theatre. In this time h…

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Baring It All with Call Me Adam Podcast: Episode #3: Magician and Mentalist Gary Ferrar by Adam Rothenberg

In the third episode of Baring It All with Call Me Adam, I chat with magician and mentalist Gary Ferrar about his incredible show Nothing Here Is Real. This fun, jaw-dropping magic and menta…

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YouTube Stars Colleen Ballinger and Todrick Hall Talk Joining Waitress on Broadway and Their Friendship Offline by Broadway.com

Viral sensations Colleen Ballinger (A.K.A Miranda Sings) and Todrick Hall share their excitement on teaming up in Waitress on Broadway.

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The Doctor review at the Almeida Theatre, London – ‘Juliet Stevenson is superb’ by Rosemary Waugh

For his final production as associate director of the Almeida Theatre, Robert Icke dissects the bloodied, grisly subjects of medical ethics, identity

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At Edinburgh Festivals, Climate Awareness Comes at a Cost by Andrzej Lukowski

International arts events are a platform to discuss the planet’s future. But traveling performers and visiting audiences arrive with their own environmental baggage.

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Classical CD Reviews: Bartók Ballets, Saint-Saëns Complete Symphonies vol. 2, and Korngold’s Symphony in F-sharp by Jonathan Blumhofer

A can’t-miss album of Bartók Ballets, Thierry Fischer continues to do right by the symphonies of Saint-Saëns, and a spirited recording of the “last great symphony in the German Romanti…

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Taking the Lead on Broadway by Michael Paulson

In the theater world, women are wielding more power as producers.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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No joke: San Jose Improv going dark for a interior makeover by Sal Pizarro

The comedy club at downtown's historic Jose Theatre will be closed for renovation until October.

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'I want everyone to pay attention to me!' Meet Catherine Cohen, comedy's peak millennial by Brian Logan

Caught between self-love and neurosis, Cohen has taken Edinburgh by storm with a musical show that plays up to her generation’s stereotypes. She’s even got a song called Look At Me ... …

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When the fringe is no joke: minding your mental health in Edinburgh by Rachael Healy

Performing at the festival can be a taxing experience. Objectively Funny has created a peer support network that turns attention offstage It’s lunchtime in Edinburgh’s Old Town and I’v…

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Not Today's Yesterday review – deft demolition of rightwing wrongs by Anna Winter

Zoo Southside, EdinburghLina Limosani and Seeta Patel target the whitewashing of colonial history in a punchy, pertinent piece of dance theatre Australian choreographer Lina Limosani and Bri…

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To Move in Time review – hypnotic tale of the time-traveller's strife by Mark Fisher

Summerhall, EdinburghTim Etchells’ thought experiment doggedly asks what if you could go back and right the wrongs of your past? Tim Etchells is surely a master of the late-night pub conve…

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Jordin Sparks Sets Broadway Return as Jenna in Waitress by Andy Lefkowitz

Almost a decade after her 2010 Broadway debut in In the Heights, multi-platinum recording artist Jordin Sparks will head back to Broadway next month, taking over the lead role of Jenna in Wa…

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Brian Cox, Bryce Pinkham, Marc Kudisch & More Prepare to Bring Robert Schenkkan's The Great Society to Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Robert Schenkkan's The Great Society, a sequel to his Tony-winning All the Way, is getting ready to arrive on Broadway. Starring Brian Cox as President Lyndon B. Johnson, Schenkkan's new wor…

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Alice Ripley to Be Joined by Nicholas Rodriguez & More in Sunset Boulevard at North Shore Music Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for North Shore Music Theatre's upcoming staging of the Tony-winning musical Sunset Boulevard. The previously announced production, starring Tony winner Alice Ripley as N…

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The Pink Unicorn's Alice Ripley on Next to Normal & Revisiting Sunset Boulevard by Caitlin Moynihan

Tony winner Alice Ripley is once again stepping into the shoes of Trisha Lee, a Christian widow whose daughter recently came out as genderqueer, in Elise Forier Edie's The Pink Unicorn. Orig…

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Complete Casting Announced for World Premiere Musical The Wrong Man by Andy Lefkowitz

Full casting is here for The Wrong Man, a brand-new musical set to make its world premiere with off-Broadway's MCC Theater this fall. The previously announced production, starring Joshua Hen…

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BWW TV: See How The New Musical THE WRONG MAN Made It To The Stage

MCC Theater presents the highly anticipated World Premiere of The Wrong Man, the new stage musical written by multi-platinum songwriter Ross Golan.

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When Broadway Called (feat. Holli' Conway) by Mo Brady

With full company rehearsals beginning today for the Broadway production of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical, we welcome debut ensemblist Holli’ Conway to Broadway and learn about her journe…

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Check Out These Brand New Photos of Renée Zellweger and Finn Wittrock in Judy by Nathan Skethway

Zellweger and Wittrock star as singer Judy Garland and fifth husband Mickey Deans in the upcoming biopic.

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Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Movie Sets Fall 2020 Premiere by Ryan McPhee

Richard E. Grant, Sharon Horgan, Sarah Lancashire, and newcomer Max Harwood star in the film based on the West End musical.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Meet the Cast of THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL!

It's time to head to Camp Halfblood! As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Percy, Annabeth, and all the demigods of The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical are heading to Broadway thi…

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Full Casting Announced For The World Premiere New Musical THE WRONG MAN At MCC Theater

Complete casting has been announced for the the highly anticipated World Premiere of The Wrong Man, the new stage musical written by multi-platinum songwriter Ross Golan.

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Photo Coverage: Brian Cox, Bryce Pinkham, Mark Kudisch, And The Cast of THE GREAT SOCIETY Meets The Press

Check out the stars of the new political play The Great Society before they hit the stage!

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CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI by Robert Shuman

One accidental touch, the bud opened and from it burst fresh young petals, seeking he warmth of the sun.  And with me, an accidental touch of the makeup brush on my face served to open the …

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NYC's Playstation Theater To Close At The End of 2019

According to Variety, New York City venue, Playstation Theater, will close at the end of 2019.

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Full Cast Unveiled for Ross Golan Musical The Wrong Man by Olivia Clement

American Idol finalist Anoop Desai, Kyle Robinson, Debbie Christine Tjong, and more join the world premiere Off-Broadway.

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Some of the best entertainment in the city this week is at Potter & Potter’s automata auction by Kate Sierzputowski

Wind ’em up and watch ’em make magic. In the 1972 thriller film Sleuth, a crime fiction writer named Andrew Wyke (played by Laurence Olivier) plots revenge …

Linked From www.chicagoreader.com at 04:30PM

Barry Manilow’s ‘Harmony’ to Play Off-Broadway in 2020 by Matthew Wexler

Barry Manilow and Bruce Sussman's musical "Harmony" finally finds a home in New York City. The post Barry Manilow’s ‘Harmony’ to Play Off-Broadway in 2020 appeared first on The Broadw…

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20 Young Theatremakers Flex Their Muscles With 24 Hour Plays: Nationals by Ruthie Fierberg

The annual event for artists 25 and under was held August 12.

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44 Young Theatremakers Flex Their Muscles With 24 Hour Plays: Nationals by Ruthie Fierberg

The annual event for artists 25 and under was held August 12.

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GETTING THE GUTS: AN INTERVIEW WITH “SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE” DIRECTOR, DON ROY KING by Robert Shuman

By Tania Fisher So how does the son of a mailman, from a small town near Pittsburgh, end up directing more live network television than anyone else in the history of the medium–and being …

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Photo Flash: Reeve Carney, Amy Spanger And More Star In OSWALD In Concert

Broadway's Reeve Carney (Hadestown, Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark) and Amy Spanger (Matilda, Elf) performed in the concert of the new musical Oswald on Monday, August 19, 2019 at 7.00pm at …

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8 Broadway Ensemble Members to Watch This Season by Marshall W. Mabry Iv

The standout performers in current and upcoming Broadway shows

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Watch Derren Brown: Secret Broadway Marquee Go Up by Dan Meyer

The Off-Broadway hit begins performances at the Cort Theatre September 6.

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ShowTickets Q&A: Andrew Polec of ‘Bat Out Of Hell’ by Jeryl Brunner

Catch Polec in the hit jukebox musical through September 8th only

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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GUGGENHEIM, ANNOUNCES FALL 2019 SEASON by Robert Shuman

WORKS & PROCESS, THE PERFORMING ARTS SERIES AT THE GUGGENHEIM, ANNOUNCES FALL 2019 SEASON   Highlights ·  New commissions by Machine Dazzle and Caroline Shaw ·  Rotunda performances…

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Full Casting Announced For SUNSET BOULEVARD At North Shore Music Theatre, Starring Alice Ripley

North Shore Music Theatre has announced complete casting for the upcoming production of Andrew Lloyd Webber's masterwork, SUNSET BOULEVARD, which will star the previously announced Alice Rip…

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The Cultural Appropriation Wars Come To Bang On A Can by Artsjournal1

The controversy at the Bang on a Can Summer Festival (aka Banglewood) in Massachusetts broke out over the use of didgeridoos in the 1990 work Thousand Year Dreaming by 80-year-old New Zealan…

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Lynn Nottage On Staying Political by Artsjournal

Nottage is the only woman to win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama twice: for Sweat and Ruined. The former reached Broadway, while the latter – a story about women in war-torn Congo – played …

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Robert De Niro’s Company Sues Former Exec For $6 Million by Artsjournal1

Until April (when she left amid worries about “corporate sabotage”), Chase Robinson was “vice president of production and finance’ at De Niro’s Canal Productions, drawing a $300,00…

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Busting Convention: Boomers Had Almost Nothing To Do With The 1960s by Artsjournal

Louis Menand: “There are many canards about that generation, but the most persistent is that the boomers were central to the social and cultural events of the nineteen-sixties. Apart from …

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Twitter Is Helping Keep The Scots Language Hilariously Alive by Artsjournal1

First, we’re not talking about Scots Gaelic, the Celtic language closely related to Irish. Scots is the language of Robert Burns and Irvine Welsh and a few million souls in the Scottish lo…

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Pittsburgh Opera: Our Audience Is Growing, But… by Artsjournal

“Here there’s a problem where even when the community values this, they think it’ll be supported by wealthy industrialists. But those days are over, and we need to say we’ve got a lo…

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Ballet Theatre Of Indiana Is Partner In Real Estate Deal That Will Include New Performance Venue by Artsjournal1

“The ballet company and a redevelopment company are joining forces to unveil a major arts-driven development for a well-established Carmel intersection. It includes a four-story mixed-use …

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Herbie Hancock In Words (It’s A Bit Disappointing) by Artsjournal

He’s led the sort of life that generates fascinating stories, which is perhaps what makes his much-anticipated memoir, “Possibilities,” such an occasionally frustrating read. – Los A…

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Jordin Sparks Is WAITRESS On Broadway's New 'Jenna' Starting September 16

Recording artist Jordin Sparks will join the company of Broadway's Waitress in the role of Jenna from September 16 a?' October 27. This will mark her Broadway return after making her debut…

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Nicki Hunter appointed MTC artistic producer by Caitlin Huston

Nicki Hunter has been appointed artistic producer of Manhattan Theatre Club. In that role, Hunter will work with the theater company’s artistic team on season programming and on producing …

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VIDEO: Watch a Sneak Peek of the DOWNTON ABBEY Film in New Featurette

Focus Features has released a sneak peek featurette for the highly-anticipated Dowtown Abbey film, only in theaters this September.

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Watch Trailers For Broadway’s 2019-2020 Season: What’s Here & What’s Upcoming

See what's happening on Broadway this season.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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World Premiere of Barbara Hammond’s Terra Firma Finds Its Off-Broadway Cast by Olivia Clement

The production will be the first from the new NYC-based company The COOP, founded by Andrus Nichols.

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Nicholas Rodriguez and More Will Join Alice Ripley in North Shore Music Theatre’s Sunset Boulevard by Andrew Gans

Performances of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical, based on the Billy Wilder film, will begin September 24.

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Happy Hour on the Fringe: FringeArts Ambassadors by Laura Lizcano

On this episode of Happy Hour on the Fringe, we sit down with FringeArts Ambassadors Josh and Meesh to talk about their 2019 Independent Fringe Festival picks.  Listen to the episode and r…

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Jordin Sparks is Next “Jenna” in Waitress by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Waitress may be shuttering this January, but that hasn’t stopped producers of the hit show from courting A-list talent for the hit Broadway musical. Their latest casting coupe will be Jord…

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Hadden-Paton, Cusack, and Yazbeck to Star in Flying Over Sunset by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

It will be another exciting season at Lincoln Center Theatre, especially with the announcement of a new musical making its Broadway premiere there in the spring of 2020. Flying Over Sunset, …

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Celebrating Alan Reed and “The Flintstones” by Trav S.D.

It’s been very gratifying looking into the background of Alan Reed (Herbert Theodore Bergman, 1907-77), best remembered as the original voice of Fred Flintstone. Reed had a ton of exciting…

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Paderewski Was a Player, and Here Come the Plays by American Theatre Editors

A century after his heyday, a Polish pianist and statesman is suddenly a hot stage property.

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Jordin Sparks to Return to Broadway in Waitress by Ryan McPhee

The American Idol winner will play Jenna for a limited engagement.

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Oakland author Tommy Orange earns American Book Award by Chuck Barney

Debut novel 'There There' -- set in Oakland -- has won raves and critical honors

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Rebel Verses. Teenagers on Stage, Not Mean, Not Chill, Just Real. by New York Theater

Rebel Verses, an exciting and thought-provoking show presenting artists ages 13 to 19 from some dozen youth theater companies,  was almost as impressive for what was not on stage as for wha…

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Broadway Alum Finn Wittrock Joins Shakespeare & Company's Julius Caesar by Dan Meyer

The American Horror Story star will appear alongside John Douglas Thompson in the political thriller.

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Review: Despite a solid 4615 Theatre production, Harold Pinter’s Betrayal gives one pause by John Geoffrion

The second leg of 4615 Theatre Company’s “Summer of Scandal” repertory, Harold Pinter’s Betrayal, opened this past weekend at the Dance Loft on 14th. My review of the other play, Enr…

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What Eric Ruffin found while directing Lynn Nottage’s Fabulation or The Re-Education of Undine by Keith Loria

When Mosaic Theater decided to stage two-time Pulitzer Prize recipient Lynn Nottage’s satirical Fabulation or The Re-Education of Undine, artistic director Ari Roth sought a director who c…

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Manhattan Theater Club Ups Nicki Hunter To Artistic Producer by Greg Evans

Broadway’s not-for-profit Manhattan Theatre Club has upped Nicki Hunter, who joined the MTC 10 years ago as an intern, to Artistic Producer, with responsibility for working with the artist…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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In The Winter’s Tale, Shakespeare in the Ruff zeroes in on the corrosive power of unchecked men by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Instead of idly waiting for her family to reassemble, Hermione has taken a much more active role in articulating director Sarah Kitz’s theme of patriarchal corruption, writes Carly Maga.

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Music Interview: Michael C. Smith on the Boston Caribbean Carnival and How “Culture Lives Here” by Noah Schaffer

Michael C. Smith's new Boston Carnival photo book proves that “Culture Lives Here.” The post Music Interview: Michael C. Smith on the Boston Caribbean Carnival and How “Culture Lives …

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The Subtext: Writing Comic Book Plays With Crystal Skillman by American Theatre Editors

The author of 'Open' and 'Mary and Max' talks about how comic books influence her plays (and her marriage).

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Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck & Harry Hadden-Paton to Headline New Broadway Musical Flying Over Sunset by Andy Lefkowitz

Lincoln Center Theater has announced the upcoming Broadway staging of Flying Over Sunset, a new musical written and directed by James Lapine (Falsettos) and featuring music by Tom Kitt (Nex…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Alice Ripley by Broadway.com

Alice Ripley stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about her one-woman show The Pink Unicorn and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Sea Wall / A Life (Broadway) by Darryl Reilly

On screen and stage Gyllenhaal has exhibited his talent and star quality to great effect many times. "A Life" is not one of those shining occasions as he is just passable in it. Stammering, …

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Harry Hadden-Paton, Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck Will Lead FLYING OVER SUNSET At Lincoln Center Theater

Lincoln Center Theater, under the direction of André Bishop, has announced it will produce a new musical during its 2019-2020 season. FLYING OVER SUNSET, with a book and direction by James …

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Maria Lai: stories woven from the threads of a life

The Sardinian artist is the subject of an eloquent exhibition in Rome

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Royal Shakespeare Company Production of The Taming of the Shrew Will Play Engagement at Kennedy Center by Nathan Skethway

The re-imagined production, directed by Justin Audibert, is set to premiere in the U.S. next spring.

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Tripping on Broadway: A New Musical Explores LSD Use by Cary Grant and More by Michael Paulson

The Lincoln Center Theater show is written by James Lapine, Tom Kitt and Michael Korie, and will star Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton and Tony Yazbeck.

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How you can help your favorite theatre (and it doesn’t cost you a dime) by Michaela Bulkley

It is the easiest (and cheapest) way to start spreading the word about the shows you're seeing and the companies you love. The post How you can help your favorite theatre (and it doesn’t c…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Back to School Gala by Stagelight

Laura Benanti, John Cariani, Gavin Creel, and Megan Hilty— Stars Give Back to School Theatre at 2019 Broadway Back to School Gala

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A Guide to the Characters in Upcoming Broadway Musical Flying Over Sunset by Mark Peikert

Before the new musical from James Lapine, Tom Kitt, and Michael Korie begins performances at Lincoln Center Theater in March 2020, find out about its cast of real-life LSD users—including …

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When the Birds Come review at Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh – ‘sensitive but slightly clunky’ by Fergus Morgan

Tallulah Brown had a mini-hit last year with Songlines, a soulful slice of gig-theatre storytelling set on the Suffolk coast. For When

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VIDEO: George Salazar Sings From LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS

In the video below hear George Salazar, Seymour in Pasadena Playhouse's upcoming production of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, sing the cult classic 'Grow for Me' accompanied by Emily Marshall (Mus…

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Audition Etiquette by Laura Enstall

Make the best impression at your next audition The post Audition Etiquette appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Rock of Ages, The Play That Goes Wrong, and More to Take Part in 20at20 by Olivia Clement

The initiative, which returns in September, offers $20 tickets to select Off-Broadway shows, 20 minutes prior to curtain.

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Happy Hour review at Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh – ‘as pretentious and meaningless as it gets’ by Francesca Peschier

You’ve got to laugh otherwise you’ll cry. Or in Cristian Ceresoli’s imagined dystopia, be seized in the dead of night by guards

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Guangzhou Ballet mixes east and west, ancient and contemporary at Lincoln Center, New York

Chinese company’s first New York visit featured newly minted pieces

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Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton and Tony Yazbeck to star in ‘Flying Over Sunset’ on Broadway by Caitlin Huston

Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton and Tony Yazbeck will star in the new Broadway musical “Flying Over Sunset” this spring.  Presented by Lincoln Center Theater, the new musical features…

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Theatre News: “The 2019 State of the Theatre Address” by Joseph Verlezza

Yes, unfortunately the state of the theater has become a disaster and it does not look like there is a rescue team on the way to clean up and revert back to a civilized manner. What happened…

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Go Backstage at Dear Evan Hansen with Sky Lakota-Lynch for Five Secrets by Broadway.com

How did Will Roland inspire Jared's costume? What's in the backpacks the characters in the show carry? Learn all this in more in this Dear Evan Hansen Five Secrets hosted by Sky Lakota-Lynch!

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Primary Stages Announces World Premiere Play On That Day in Amsterdam by Andy Lefkowitz

Off-Broadway's Primary Stages has scheduled the world premiere staging of On That Day in Amsterdam, a new play written by Clarence Coo (The Birds of Empathy) directed by Kareem Fahmy (Once).…

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Broadway-Bound Musical Is Like Aldous Huxley, Cary Grant & Clare Booth Luce On Acid, Literally by Greg Evans

Brave New World author Aldous Huxley, diplomat Clare Booth Luce and movie star Cary Grant now have two things in common: They all tried LSD, and they’ll all be subjects of a Broadway-bound…

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Songs From Stonewall World Premiere Will Be Part of New York City Opera’s Free Concert in Bryant Park by Andrew Gans

The September evening will celebrate the 75th anniversary of the famed opera company.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Tony Yazbeck to Lead Cast of New Broadway Musical Flying Over Sunset by Olivia Clement

The James Lapine, Tom Kitt, and Michael Korie musical is inspired by three well-known artists who, in the 1950s, experimented with LSD.

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The Ocean After All review at Underbelly Bristo Square, Edinburgh – ‘a slippery, skilfully told story’ by Fergus Morgan

Amiable Australian yarn-spinner Wil Greenway is a fixture at the fringe. His beautifully titled shows – The Way the City Ate the

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VIDEO: See Jonathan Groff Talks His TV Debut in ONE LIFE TO LIVE

On Monday's episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan, Jonathan Groff stopped by to talk about season two of his Netflix series Mindhunter. During the interview, host Kelly Ripa brought up that Gr…

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From the Oswald Concert by Stagelight

Featuring Reeve Carney and Amy Spanger at Green Room 42

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From Judy to Bette: The Stars of Old Hollywood review at Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh – ‘upbeat but unfocused tribute show’ by Paul Vale

This is Rebecca Perry’s third visit to the fringe and may be better known to some as the Redheaded Coffeeshop Girl. This

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Martha Over the Years by Artsjournal1

When Janet Eilber, artistic director of the Martha Graham Dance Company, stepped through Jacob’s Pillow’s front curtain to introduce the group’s performance, she mentioned that this wa…

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England’s Arts Funding Agency May Have To Cut Commitments Already Made To Largest Institutions by Artsjournal1

A group of about 800 so-called National Portfolio Organisations — from giants like the Royal Opera House and Southbank Centre and its residents such as the National Theatre (who receive te…

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Leonard Bernstein’s Long-Lost Late-Life Love Letters by Artsjournal1

Kunihiko Hashimoto, then a 26-year-old insurance worker, attended a New York Philharmonic concert in Tokyo in 1979, and he went backstage afterward to meet Bernstein, soon to turn 61. They f…

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YouTube Powered Brazil’s Turn To The Hard Right by Artsjournal1

“Members of the nation’s newly empowered far right — from grass-roots organizers to federal lawmakers — say their movement would not have risen so far, so fast, without YouTube’s r…

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Why Is There So Much Weird Stuff In English Cathedrals These Days? by Artsjournal1

Rochester Cathedral has mini-golf (okay, an “educational adventure golf course’). Norwich Cathedral has a “helter-skelter” (a tarted-up sliding board), ostensibly so that visitors ca…

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What, Exactly, Is A Museum? International Council Of Museums Is Having A Bitter Fight Over That Question by Artsjournal1

“On 12 August, 24 national branches [of ICOM] — including those of France, Italy, Spain, Germany, Canada and Russia, along with five museums’ international committees — requested the…

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Meritocracy Is Making Us All — Even The Rich — Miserable by Artsjournal1

“Meritocracy has created a competition that, even when everyone plays by the rules, only the rich can win. But what, exactly, have the rich won? Even meritocracy’s beneficiaries now suff…

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Broadway’s Christian Dante White to Make Green Room 42 Debut This Fall by Dan Meyer

White recently starred in the Lincoln Center Theater revival of My Fair Lady as Freddy Eynsford-Hill.

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Ellyn Marie Marsh Opens Up About Overcoming Abuse In This Exclusive Scene From the Second Season of Broadway Sandwich with Garen Scribner

Get a sneak peak at a powerful scene from the second season of Broadway Sandwich hosted by Garen Scribner.

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Broadway Grosses w/e 8/17/2019: Heat Gotcha Down

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending August 11, 2019. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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Laura Benanti, John Cariani, Gavin Creel, and Megan Hilty Join Broadway Back To School Gala Lineup

An all-star cast will join the previously announced Tony Award-winners Celia Keenan-Bolger and Chita Rivera to give back to school theatre by supporting the Educational Theatre Foundation (E…

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Review: The Female Role Model Project, Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Review: The Female Role Model Project, Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh Fringe 2.0stars Unfortunately, The Female Role Model Project is exactly that: a project. Its billing is promising, with talk …

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Review: Tales of the Turntable, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre by Gabriel Wilding

Review: Tales of the Turntable, Queen Elizabeth Hall, Southbank Centre 5.0stars ZooNation crashes into the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall for a follow up on their 2013 hit show Gr…

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Review: Hatch, Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh Fringe by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Review: Hatch, Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh Fringe4.0starsAs the character of Jess, Sarah Carton is pure dynamite. The grey pallor of her prison uniform mixes with the din beyond her door: …

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Immersive Great Gatsby to move into former army building in Mayfair by Georgia Snow

A dedicated immersive theatre venue is being created in a former army reserve centre in Mayfair, which will become home to the

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JERSEY BOYS, THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG, ROCK OF AGES, and More Will Take Part in 20at20 Ticket Deal

The Off Broadway Alliance has announced that its hugely popular semi-annual ticket promotion, 20at20, will return from September 3 to September 22, 2019. 20at20 makes $20 tickets available t…

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Miriam-Teak Lee’s &Juliet video diary: Part 2 by Miriam-Teak Lee

In 2017, Miriam-Teak Lee won The Stage Debut Award for best actress in a musical for her performance in On the Town

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Text of the Day: Go Bang Your Tambourine by Aleks Sierz

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

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Watch George Salazar Sing From Little Shop of Horrors Ahead of West Coast Bow by Ryan McPhee

The Be More Chill alum will play Seymour in the Pasadena Playhouse production, appearing alongside Pose star Mj Rodriguez and Olivier winner Amber Riley.

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Little Top review at Pleasance at EICC, Edinburgh – ‘delightful circus show for babies’ by Eleanor Turney

Ellie Dubois and Kim Donohoe’s new circus show for babies is a delight. From start to finish, it’s a gentle but hugely

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Inside The Theater District Applebee’s Secret Menu That I Definitely Didn’t Make Up by Broadway Beat

by Ryan Kristopik. @ryankristopik. Everyone’s favorite cheat (out) meal takes place at the Applebee’s on 42nd Street. What Broadway Babies don’t know is that there is a hidden menu for…

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David Edgar: I once swore never to return to the fringe – 47 years on I’m back by David Edgar

So, I thought I’d done my time. Over six consecutive years I participated in 15 Edinburgh Fringe shows, as actor, director and

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Richard Gadd and Dael Orlandersmith recognised in third week of The Stage Edinburgh Awards 2019 by Giverny Masso

Richard Gadd and Dael Orlandersmith have won in the third week of The Stage Edinburgh Awards 2019. Orlandersmith was recognised for her

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Watch Shoshana Bean Sing ‘Door Number 3’ From What’s Not Inside: The Lost Songs From Waitress by Dan Meyer

The song comes from the recently released EP of outtakes and demos from Sara Bareilles.

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The B-Side by Barry Gordin

The Wooster Group September 5–8, 2019 August 23, 2019: The B-Side: “Negro Folklore from Texas State Prisons,” A Record Album Interpretation is an original performance by The Woos…

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Q&A with Edmond Rostand, great-nephew of Cyrano de Bergerac poet

Did you know that the late French poet Edmond Rostand, author of Cyrano de Bergerac, has a blood relative with the exact same name? Having prematurely passed away in 1918 at the age of 5…

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Revealed: The Most Popular Musicals of all Time by Andrew Stuckey

Using a unique scoring system comprising Google search data and Instagram hashtag mentions, TicketSource have revealed the 10 musical productions that are most popular with audiences all ove…

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Screenwriter Bekah Brunstetter is Working on TV Series Based on Modern-Day OKLAHOMA!

Could a modern-day Oklahoma! be coming to the small screen? Emmy-nominated screenwriter Bekah Brunstetter is currently working on the concept, according to Claremore Progress.

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Raven review at Assembly Roxy Central, Edinburgh – ‘exploration of motherhood that never goes beyond the superficial’ by Francesca Peschier

In German, a Rabenmutter – raven mother – is one that puts her career above her children. When your career is circus,

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Dance Review: Red Sky Performance — A Stunning Look into the Origins of Things by Jessica Lockhart

Red Sky Performance's hold-your-breath physicality provides plenty of “wow factor." The post Dance Review: Red Sky Performance — A Stunning Look into the Origins of Things appeared firs…

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Visual Arts Review: The ICA’s Watershed Points to How We Got Here by Lena Novins-Montague

Purple is an ambitious, over-the-top endeavor, which feels completely appropriate, given the calamity at hand. The post Visual Arts Review: The ICA’s Watershed Points to How We Got Here ap…

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Looking for an Internship? New York Stage and Film, Marquee Merchandise & Matt Murphy Productions, Florida Studio Theatre, and Others Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Here is a selection of currently available internship opportunities around the country.

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Look Back at Tony Winner Andrew Garfield's Broadway Debut in Death of a Salesman by Nathan Skethway

The stage and screen actor celebrates his birthday August 20.

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Review: Moby Dick - Rehearsedbat curtainup.com/LA by Evan Henerson

Even with the Theatricum's considerable playmaking resources and expertise, it's an underwhelming end to an epic tale. Kudos certainly to the Theatricum for taking us out to sea. Would that …

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Review:Topdog/Underdog at curtainup.com/bERKSHIRES by Gloria Miller

Suzan-Lori Parks' Pulitzer Prize winning play at Shakespeare Company in Lenox

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Yours Sincerely review at Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh – ‘well-meaning but convoluted’ by Paul Vale

Will Jackson has accidentally stolen 300 second-class stamps. The reason why is explained in his new show Yours Sincerely, but the important

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YouTube Star Joe Sugg Will Join London Company of Waitress by Andrew Gans

The Sara Bareilles musical continues at the Adelphi Theatre.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Laura Benanti, John Cariani, Gavin Creel, and Megan Hilty Join 2019 Broadway Back to School Lineup by Logan Culwell-Block

They join a previously announced all-star cast that includes Celia Keenan-Bolger and Chita Rivera for the event supporting school theatre.

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Look Back at Langston Hughes' Broadway Musical Simply Heavenly by Nathan Skethway

The production, co-written with David Martin, opened on Broadway August 20, 1957.

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Cast announced for UK Premiere of Amsterdam at Orange Tree Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for the UK premiere of Maya Arad Yasur's play Amsterdam directed by Matthew Xia at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond. This post Cast announced for …

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Billy Porter, Rachel Bay Jones, Cheyenne Jackson, More Set for Los Angeles Concert for America by Andrew Gans

The September 21 benefit will be held at UCLA’s Royce Hall.

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Olivier Winner and Tony Nominee Harriet Walter Joins Killing Eve by Dan Meyer

Production recently began on the third season of the crime thriller.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, August 20, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Shoshana Bean Performs Newly Released “Door Number Three” from Waitress by Broadway Direct

Check out the amazing Shoshana Bean cover “Door Number Three” from the new Sara Bareilles EP What’s Not Inside: The Lost Songs From Waitress. Stream the EP now! Video by Blend Studios.…

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Scottee: Class review at Assembly Roxy, Edinburgh – ‘brutal confrontation of the iniquity of the class divide’ by Paul Vale

Scottee is troubled by his childhood. He grew up on a council estate in London, with no positive role models and no

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San Francisco’s Commercial Theatre Titans Settle Years-Long Legal Battle by Artsjournal1

“By terms of a settlement announced Monday, Aug. 19, [Carole] Shorenstein Hays will give up her half ownership of SHN, operator of the Orpheum and Golden Gate Theatre. [She] will retain he…

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Joe Sugg joins the West End cast of Waitress in the role of Ogie from September 2019

Joe Sugg has made his name as a YouTube star, filmmaker, author, vlogger and 2018 Strictly Come Dancing finalist, but now he will be making his stage debut in Waitress at the Adelphi Theatre…

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Stephen Schwartz on the Legacy of Wicked and Fostering New Talent by Broadway Direct

In this podcast, we’re speaking with Stephen Schwartz on the lasting legacy of Wicked and his role in fostering new talent for the theatre in Wicked’s new project with ASCAP, “Flying F…

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REVIEW: Assassins (Signature Theater, Arlington, VA) by JK

Review of the Saturday, August 17, 2019 preview performance at The Max at Signature Theater in Arlington, VA. Starring Christopher Bloch, Kurt Boehm, Evan Casey, Vincent Kempski, Sam Ludwig,…

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‘Could be a relevant & illuminating discussion’: CONSPIRACY – Edinburgh Fringe by Laura Kressly

Three conspiracy theorists have gathered to unpick discrepancies and inconsistencies in the 1932 photograph ‘Lunch Atop a Skyscraper’ in Conspiracy.

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'I’ve always wanted to do this and have been preparing for many years': Tony Hawks tells us about his songwriting history and bringing Midlife Cowbo

You probably know Tony Hawks for his hilarious books and radio appearances, but did you know he was a finalist for a musical theatre prize on three occasions? You do now. He told us about fu…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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WATCH: Jackie Hoffman Auditions for Famous Broadway Roles by Roberto Araujo

The Emmy-nominated actor and comedian works on her self-taped “audition reel” at the Playbill studio.

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Ticker review at Underbelly Cowgate, Edinburgh – ‘important, but slightly unconvincing’ by Tim Bano

After his friend died from an undiagnosed heart condition aged 24, Tom Machell decided to write this monologue to raise awareness about

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MEET THE 2019 NOMINEES: Red Emma and the Mad Monk by [email protected] (ariel Estrada)

Red Emma and the Mad Monk Created by Katie Lindsay & Alexis Roblan Written by Alexis Roblan Directed by Katie Lindsay Music by Teresa Lotz Produced by Emma Orme, The Tank, Alexis Roblan…

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Broadway has waved goodbye to The Prom but will the West End wave hello? #WestEndWishlist

After 333 performances (previews and regular) at the Longacre Theatre, the Broadway production of this new musical comedy recently closed its doors. The critically acclaimed show earned its…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula, the Sea Witch review at Underbelly, Edinburgh – ‘playful staging and enjoyable score’ by Paul Vale

The team behind the vibrator musical Buzz turns its attention to the Disney canon. Unfortunate: The Untold Story of Ursula, the Sea

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Jekyll and Hyde cast announced by Gabi Bergman

A star-studded cast including some of Australia’s most celebrated Opera, TV, Film and Music Theatre performers will join Anthony Warlow and Jemma Rix in Jekyll & Hyde, to be staged in …

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Edinburgh Fringe 2019 review round-up: Beatboxing and baby boomers at the Traverse Theatre by Dave Pollock, Dave Pollock

Frankenstein: How to Make a Monster and Trying It On are two brilliant shows aimed at different generations, finds Dave Pollock

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Cast announced for Caryl Churchill’s Glass, Kill, Bluebeard, Imp at Royal Court by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for Caryl Churchill's Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp., at the Royal Court Theatre. This post Cast announced for Caryl Churchill’s Glass, Kill, Blueb…

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Deborah Findlay, Toby Jones and Louisa Harland to star in quadruple Caryl Churchill bill at Royal Court by Giverny Masso

Deborah Findlay, Toby Jones and Derry Girls actor Louisa Harland are to star in a series of four new Caryl Churchill plays

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Definitely Louise review at Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh – ‘impassioned debut but the writing lacks complexity’ by Paul Vale

Louise is mad. Mad at fellow actors who rub her up the wrong way, mad at her flatmate who is really needy,

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Fleabag producer Francesca Moody: ‘If you want to make your mark in the world, just go out and do it’ by Giverny Masso

Since helping to bring Fleabag to Edinburgh in 2013, producer Francesca Moody has had a series of hits on the fringe and

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My Love Lies Frozen in the Ice review at Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh – ‘an uneasy mix of comedy and tragedy’ by Natasha Tripney

The Swedish polar explorer Salomon Andrée died in 1897 while leading an attempt to reach the North Pole by hydrogen balloon. Physical

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It'll Be Alt-Right on the Night review – punk, trumpets and far-right friends by Brian Logan

Pleasance Courtyard, EdinburghMatthew Greenhough’s buzzy one-man show clashes comedy, factionalism and jazz trumpet into a plea for tolerance between the echo chambers Are we “trapped in…

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2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Family-Friendly Fringe by Seth Boyce

Fringe isn’t just for grown-ups. These works provide engaging entertainment to people of all ages, including the youngsters in your life. Get the kids together and treat them to some famil…

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‘Non-stop laughs, rude & explicit jokes’: JERRY SPRINGER THE OPERA – Manchester ★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed Jerry Springer the Opera. It was non-stop laughs, rude and explicit jokes, and I was impressed with all performers. I would definitely go to see this show again…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Todrick Hall & Colleen Ballinger Begin Shifts in Waitress on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Multi-talented performers Todrick Hall and Colleen Ballinger join the company of the Tony-nominated musical Waitress on August 20. The pair takes over the roles of Ogie and Dawn from Noah Ga…

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Photo Coverage: Max von Essen Headlines His CD Release Party at Birdland

Tony Award nominated leading man, Max von Essen, celebrated the release of his debut solo recording, Call Me Old Fashioned: The Broadway Standard, (LML Music), with one show at Birdland on M…

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Arts Council England to set up theatre showcase at Edinburgh Festival Fringe by Giverny Masso

Arts Council England is to fund a new performing arts showcase at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. With a focus on theatre, dance

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Who’s who? The company of Proforca premiere At Last introduce themselves by Featured Content

Proforca Theatre Company reunites the team behind its acclaimed hit Feel for the premiere of At Last, which opens the autumn/winter season at London's newly relaunched Lion & Unicorn The…

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Post Popular review at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh – ‘full-throttle rollercoaster ride of extremes’ by Francesca Peschier

Lucy McCormick’s tackling of the New Testament in last year’s fringe smash Triple Threat is a hard act to follow. Where do

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Wake Up With BWW 8/20: Todrick Hall and Colleen Ballinger Join WAITRESS, and More!

Today's top stories: Todrick Hall and Colleen Ballinger join Waitress, and more!

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Caroline, Or Change to transfer to Broadway in 2020 by Georgia Snow

Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of Caroline, Or Change has announced it will transfer to Broadway next year, with star Sharon D Clarke

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YouTuber Joe Sugg to make West End debut in Waitress

English vlogger Joe Sugg, best known for his YouTube channels ThatcherJoe, ThatcherJoeGames, and ThatcherJoeVlogs and for appearing on the sixteenth series of Strictly Come Dancing, is set…

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Joe Sugg to join West End cast of Waitress by Georgia Snow

YouTube star and Strictly Come Dancing finalist Joe Sugg is to join the West End cast of Waitress. He will play the

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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A Partnership review at Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh – ‘engaging new two-hander’ by Paul Vale

This new play by Rory Thomas-Howes confronts the spectre of internalised homophobia in gay men. Ally and Zach have been together for

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We Should Do This In Front of People by Broadway Direct

It’s 2003, and Anthony Veneziale and I are freestyle rapping around a piano in the basement of the Drama Book Shop. Anthony works here. I’m supposed to be working on my new musical In th…

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NEWS: Ayesha Dharker & Bally Gill star in When the Crows Visit world premiere at Kiln Theatre by Featured Content

The Kiln Theatre is on a roll! With Blues in the Night packing in audiences in Kilburn this summer and their production of The Son about to open in the West End, it's time to look ahead to t…

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Joe Sugg joins the cast of Waitress London by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo You Tube sensation Joe Sugg will join the cast of Waitress the musical in London as Ogie from 9 September 2019. This post Joe Sugg joins the cast of Waitress London first app…

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Joe Sugg joins cast of Waitress by Eleni Cashell

YouTuber and Strictly Come Dancing finalist Joe Sugg will join the cast of Waitress as Ogie from the 9 September. This will be Joe's West End debut. The post Joe Sugg joins cast of Waitress …

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The Green Room: Do you remember your reviews? by Jon Dryden Taylor

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details…​​​​​ Vivian

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Squint artistic director Andrew Whyment: ‘In a good training environment, anything is possible’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre? I went to see Chitty Chitty Bang Bang when I was 14 and wanted to

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‘I knew if she didn’t act or feel like the character Charlotte Brontë created, I’d have failed’: Nick Lane on adapting Jane Eyre for the stag by Kirsty Herrington

"Having re-read the book, I was struck by how powerful Jane’s path was – and if it had made me feel that way in the 21st century, the effect on its readers when it was first published mu…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 05:00AM
Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Zeus On The Loose to play encore season in London by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Zeus On The Loose returns to London for a return season at a secret location in September 2019. This post Zeus On The Loose to play encore season in London first appeared on …

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins: ‘The secret to writing? Read everything – even if you hate it’ by Tom Wicker

Pulitzer Prize finalist Branden Jacobs-Jenkins speaks to Tom Wicker about mourning Toni Morrison, his love for London and how his play Appropriate

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Witch, Starring Maura Tierney, Begins at Geffen Playhouse by Dan Meyer

Jen Silverman’s play, directed by Marti Lyons, makes its West Coast premiere August 20.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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French retailer Casino plans to offload €2bn more in assets

Plans come amid broad restructuring as group looks to cut debt and focus on key markets

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Puns and punches: the boxing standup donning his grandad's gloves by Chris Wiegand

James McNicholas is used to performing comedy sketches. Now he’s letting his guard down for the story of middleweight champ turned movie star Terry Downes They called him the Paddington Ex…

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Stage manager Katie Jackson: More than one job offer? How do you decide which role to take? by Katie Jackson

Occasionally, in this game of freelancer versus the gods of theatre, you will find yourself in the simultaneously blessed and cursed position

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Lyn Gardner: Are indie companies losing out in Edinburgh’s two-tiered theatre programme? by Lyn Gardner

Director Josh Roche thinks that the winners in Edinburgh are decided long before a single show has opened on the fringe. Roche

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Gregory Doran: Where will David Garrick’s ‘Shakespeare industry’ take us in 250 years? by Gregory Doran

In 1769, a canny town council invited the great actor-manager David Garrick to donate a statue of Stratford’s famous son to adorn

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Ooof @MelbourneFringe #AishaTheAussieGeisha by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess is Australian. She has mentioned this many times, and yes, she has dual citizenship with the United States, and resides there, while most of her family remains in Australi…

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Tickets on sale for the Melbourne season of Shrek The Musical by Arts Review

Tickets for the Melbourne season of the lavish and fun multi-million dollar musical comedy Shrek The Musical will go on sale this Friday 23 August. The Broadway smash hit will play at Her M…

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Paper Tigers: Posters of the long 70s by Arts Review

Celebrating Sydney’s dynamic poster art and public protest movements, from the late 1960s through the ’70s to the early ’80s, the National Art School Gallery in conjunction with Sedit…

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Seeing Our Stories Told: The Hero At The End of Your Story Is The Victim At The Start of Mine by Joe Patti

I saw a movie this weekend which embodied so much of what we talk about when we discuss empowering people to tell their stories and prominently displaying their stories. In documentary Liyan…

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Sotheby’s sale to Drahi attracts investor opposition

Auction house faces shareholder vote on $3.7bn takeover by French telecoms magnate

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Corporate sponsors have a golden grip on the art world

Institutions and artists are under pressure to probe the origins of their support

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How Hal Prince Changed My Life as an Audience Member and an Artist - A former producer of Yiddish 'Fiddler' recalls his quarter-century friendship wit

A former producer of Yiddish Fiddler recalls his quarter-century friendship with the late legend---A Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish -- sounds crazy, no? No crazier than the story of how I, a…

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Colleen Ballinger and Todrick Hall Join Waitress on Broadway August 20 by Ryan McPhee

The two YouTube stars take on the roles of Dawn and Ogie.

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Pop Covers Of Broadway Showtunes by Mark Robinson

Broadway showtunes rarely get the exposure that music from the world of pop music enjoys. However, everyone once and a while someone with mass exposure records a song from a Broadway music…

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How Hal Prince Changed My Life as an Audience Member and Artist - A former producer of Yiddish 'Fiddler' recalls his quarter-century friendship with t

A former producer of Yiddish Fiddler recalls his quarter-century friendship with the late legend---A Fiddler on the Roof in Yiddish -- sounds crazy, no? No crazier than the story of how I, a…

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