Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: COME FROM AWAY Actors Want You To Pay It Forward On 9/11

Five actors who play the same role in the Broadway musical Come From Away and the man they portray, Kevin Tuerff, are promoting the 18th Annual Pay it Forward 9/11, founded by Tuerff.

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19th Annual The 24 Hour Plays Gala To Honor Kathy Bates; Tickets On Sale Now

Academy Award-winning actor Kathy Bates will be honored at its 19th Annual The 24 Hour Plays Broadway Gala.

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The Folger turns one of Shakespeare’s histories into a problem play by Peter Marks

The classical company stages a lifeless version of “Henry IV, Part 1.”

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The Chinese Lady by Lara Altunian

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

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Off Broadway Fall 2019 Preview Guide by New York Theater

Some of the most thrilling theater in New York this Fall, and certainly much of the weirdest, promises to be Off-Broadway. There are revivals Off-Broadway of Tony Kushner’s first play, one…

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Photo Flash: BE MORE CHILL Composer Joe Iconis Honored At The Players

Last night, Monday, September 9, 2019, The Players honored Tony Award-nominated composer and writer Joe Iconis (Be More Chill) with a Pipe Night, a club tradition that has celebrated sign…

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Witch by Steven Morris

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

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Handjob by Lara Altunian

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

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, September 11, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Broderick and SJP to Return to Broadway Together, “SIX” (Finally) Announces Bway Cast, “Moulin Rouge!” Supplants “Hamilton” on Billboard Chart “Today on Broadway” is a daily,…

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CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (21) by Robert Shuman

In the repertoire of an actor, among the large number of parts played by him, there are some that seem to have been creating themselves in his inner consciousness for a long time.  One only…

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Self-Injurious Behavior by Lara Altunian

The post Self-Injurious Behavior appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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President and Chief Executive Officer by Artsjournal

Memories are made at Massey Hall and Roy Thomson Hall – two architectural gems that showcase the world’s greatest performers in one of North America’s largest and most musical cities.

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Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra by Artsjournal

The Los Angeles Chamber Orchestra is seeking an innovative, strategic and collaborative Executive Director to lead the organization toward its next chapter.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Riverside Center for the Performing Arts Presents ‘Annie’ by News Desk

Leaping Lizards! Riverside Center for the Performing Arts is thrilled to be presenting Annie, starring Sally Struthers as Miss Hannigan, opening Wednesday, September 25 and running until Su…

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Mandy Patinkin To Release New Solo Album CHILDREN AND ART

Tony Award-winning legend Mandy Patinkin has announced that he will release his latest solo album, Children and Art, on Nonesuch Records.

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REACH Report: ‘Storytelling for Seniors with Candace Wolf’ by Ravelle Brickman

More than 50 seniors crowded into a storytelling circle inside one of the Kennedy Center’s new REACH buildings on Monday, and I, as a card-carrying member of the reduced-fare generation, s…

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The American Songbook Association Celebrates Sheldon Harnick by Matthew Wexler

The American Songbook Associaton honors legendary lyricist Sheldon Harnick at its annual gala on Monday, September 16. The post The American Songbook Association Celebrates Sheldon Harnick a…

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Talking climate change and experimental theatre with Sarah Aiken and Rebecca Jensen by Gabi Bergman

The world is falling apart. Do we care? We are currently in the midst of a huge environmental crisis. But where do we start? What are we, as individuals supposed to do? This is the question …

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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2019 Stage Raw Theater Awards Recipients by Steven Morris

This year’s Awards ceremony will be the culminating event of the 2019 Stage Raw/Play L.A. Theater Festival Weekend, September 6-9 at Los Angeles Theatre Center, and will involve readings o…

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Soho’s journey from sleazy to sleek — is it a good thing?

As the Boulevard theatre opens in a former strip club, London’s historic red-light district is getting a facelift

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How “Ulysses” Became A Scandal And Changed The Definition Of Obscenity In America by Artsjournal

“The conspirators were Bennett Cerf, publisher and cofounder of Random House, and Morris Ernst, a cofounder of the ACLU and its chief legal counsel. The target was United States anti-obsce…

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There’s One American TV Show That Depicts Labor With Real Dignity by Artsjournal1

“On its face, [The Science Channel’s] How It’s Made is arguably about science and engineering rather than the vicissitudes of the working class, but its depiction of the everyday worke…

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Do You Want More Audiences and Donors? by Artsjournal

Attend the National Arts Marketing, Development & Ticketing Conference in Seattle!

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Are Bots Defining Your Aesthetic? (Of Course They Are) by Artsjournal

“The intelligent software agents that you interact with online are ‘intelligent agents’ in the sense that they try to predict your behaviour taking into account what you did in your on…

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In 1913, Edith Wharton Created An Anti-Heroine For The 21st Century by Artsjournal1

Jia Tolentino: “More than a century after The Custom of the Country was published, Undine’s habits, given a superficial makeover, could be rebranded not just as aspirational but feminist…

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How We Think About Intelligence Warps How We Think About People by Artsjournal

The notion that intelligence is a measurable ‘something’ that is possessed by people in varying degrees is one of the ways in which we end up with an education system that fails the majo…

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The Shocking Costs Of Doing Art History Research by Artsjournal

“It sometimes seems to me that academic success is designed for people who are already wealthy, just as first-class seating in airplanes is designed for tall men. Underfunded humanities ar…

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Scientists Find Anomaly In Dead Sea Scrolls That Casts Doubts On Origin by Artsjournal

“This inorganic layer that is really clearly visible on the Temple scroll surprised us and induced us to look more in detail how this scroll was prepared, and it turns out to be quite uniq…

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Let The Uproar Begin: English National Opera To Take Away Critics’ Companion Tickets by Artsjournal

“Financially it is not sensible for us. And a lot of people criticise the critics, so it will be quite good to let others have a go and, I suspect, find out that it is not as easy as it lo…

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Do Arts Organization Boards Need To Be Battlegrounds? by Artsjournal

Darren Walker: “Unfortunately, some people have framed having a diverse board as oppositional to having a wealthy board. These are one-dimensional ideas. I’m simply saying that you can h…

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Italy Might Keep Its Foreign-Born Museum Directors After All by Artsjournal

“Now that a new coalition government has been formed, sidelining the right-wing nationalist League, Dario Franceschini, the center-left politician who was behind the hiring foreign experts…

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Study: Forty Percent Of UK Arts Organizations Pay Junior Staff Less Than Living Wages by Artsjournal

Research by the Visitor Experience Forum and BOP Consulting on practices at 140 museums, galleries and visitor attractions found that 39% of respondents paid their entry level visitor experi…

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BWW Readers Speak Up About the Importance of Arts in Education!

We've asked, and you've answered! This week marks the National Arts in Education Week, celebrating the vitality of art forms, including theatre, in our school systems. In honor of the occas…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Odds & Ends: The Simon & Garfunkel Story to Launch North American Tour & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. The Simon & Garfunkel Story to Launch North American Tour The hit West End concert show The Simon & Garfunkel Story ha…

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Marisa Tomei, Emun Elliott and Trip Cullman on Bringing Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo Back to Broadway by Broadway.com

Stars Marisa Tomei, Emun Elliott and director Trip Cullman talk about Tennessee Williams' The Rose Tattoo 'sweetness' and reviving it on Broadway.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Brigham Young University Alumni Bring It at Broadway Sessions

Broadway Sessions kicked off it's new season recently with a celebration of alumni of the formidable MDT (Music/Dance/Theatre) program at Brigham Young University. Clark Johnsen (The Book of…

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Sound designers Ben and Max Ringham win theatre category at h100 Awards 2019 by Giverny Masso

Composers and sound designers Ben and Max Ringham have won the theatre category of the h100 Awards 2019. Now in their 11th

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The Hunger That Propels Through Bad Weather And Troubles by Joe Patti

Last week I was in Minneapolis for the Arts Midwest conference. (Minnesota Orchestra, what was that party at your place Friday night? It looked and sounded awesome.) The conference was marke…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Betrayal revival gets minimilist magic by Simon Saltzman

Stunning Broadway Revival of 1980 Pinter play

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Block Talk- Episode 133: Make Mike Watch Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets by Michael Block

It's time to Make Mike Watch another Harry Potter film and this time it's Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets! I'm joined by Aria Derci, Nicole Onoscopi, and Pussy Willow to talk about a…

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‘See You’ Review: Influencers With Followers, Not Souls by Jose Solís

Five self-involved social-media obsessives don’t make for good company in Guillaume Corbeil’s play.

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Only Connect! Meet the Stars of Matthew Lopez's Riveting Broadway Epic The Inheritance by Paul Wontorek

Editor's Note: All week, Broadway.com is highlighting the hottest shows of the fall season on Broadway. Be sure to check back every day for more original photo and video features! Although…

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See Jordin Sparks Prepare to Return to Broadway as Jenna in Waitress by Broadway.com

Grammy nominee Jordin Sparks is getting ready to head to the diner as Jenna in Waitress on Broadway beginning September 16. Sparks will replace current star Alison Luff, who will take her fi…

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Paige Davis on Hosting The Search For Roxie & Seeing Hadestown over 20 Times by Caitlin Moynihan

Paige Davis in Chicago (Photo: Joan Marcus) The search for Chicago's next Roxie Hart is officially on, and Broadway vet Paige Davis is in the center of the action. The former Chicago star …

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Watch Beautiful Tour Leading Lady Kennedy Caughell Belt Out 'Natural Woman' by Broadway.com

Kennedy Caughell is starring as Carole King in the North American tour of Beautiful. Watch her perform "(You Make Me Feel Like A) Natural Woman" and see her in Beautiful when it comes to a c…

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Tony Nominee Justin Vivian Bond to Host 2019 Bessie Awards by Adam Hetrick

The ceremony will feature performances by Tony Award-nominated Once On This Island and Choir Boy choreographer Camille A. Brown & Dancers.

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THE RELEASE OF OLEG SENTSOV AND THE PLIGHT OF THOSE LEFT BEHIND by Robert Shuman

(Masha Gessen’s article appeared in the New Yorker, 9/10.) Russia released its most famous prisoner on Saturday. Oleg Sentsov, a forty-three-year-old Crimean journalist and film director…

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Andrea Martin will receive the 2019 Stratford Festival Legacy Award by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

The Emmy and Tony winner spent at season at the festival in 1978.

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A Look at Giselle at the Houston Ballet by Marc J. Franklin

The production of the Marius Petipa’s ballet, which began performances September 6, kicked off the company’s 50th anniversary season.

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“Betrayal” at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre through December 8, 2019 by [email protected] (simon Saltzman)

(L–R) Zawe Ashton, Charlie Cox, and Tom Hiddleston (Photo: Marc Brenner) Three terrific leading actors making their Broadway debuts and a fine director’s new perspective on an old play …

Linked From simonsaltzman.blogspot.com at 05:01PM
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Judy Kuhn, Alexandra Silber, Steven Skybell Join To Life! Celebrating Sheldon Harnick Concert Gala by Adam Hetrick

The Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning Fiddler on the Roof lyricist is the recipient of the American Songbook Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award.

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HEDDA TESMAN Minerva, Chichester by Libby Purves and Friends

THIRTY YEARS LATER AND STILL FURIOUS: HEDDA’S BACK        Last night, while Parliament spiralled into disorderly, resentful confusion and Mr Bercow dramatically put an end to himself a…

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La Jolla Playhouse Announces THE WHO'S TOMMY in Concert Featuring Original Cast Members

La Jolla Playhouse announces a special fundraising event: The Who's Tommy: A Staged Concert Benefiting La Jolla Playhouse on Monday, October 14 at 7:30pm in the Mandell Weiss Theatre.

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Hear Hamilton Tour Cast Member DeMarius Copes Sing ‘Don’t Trust Her’ by Dan Meyer

The Mean Girls alum sings the number from Write Out Loud Winner Mackenzie Szabo.

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An Introduction To Each of the Characters in Broadway's Powerful & Daring New Drama Slave Play

Get a brief introduction to each of the characters in Broadway's Slave Play.

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Norwegian Wood by American Theatre Editors

A hefty new Ibsen biography gives us a deeply difficult man in full.

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Mandy Patinkin to Release New Solo Album Children and Art in October by Logan Culwell-Block

This is the first new solo album from the Evita and Sunday in the Park with George star since 2002.

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Liz Callaway, Judy Kuhn and More Join American Songbook Association's Celebration of Sheldon Harnick

Liz Callaway, Judy Kuhn, Steven Skybell, Alexandra Silber, Carolyn Montgomery, Jeffrey Saver, and Rhyn McLemore Saver will join The American Songbook Association as they present thei…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Original Off-Broadway Cast to Perform A Strange Loop in Concert at Joe’s Pub by Dan Meyer

The performers will reunite to celebrate the release of the musical's cast album.

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Playwright P.J. Barry Dies at 88 by Olivia Clement

Barry penned Broadway's The Octette Bridge Club, among other plays.

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BIG GREEN THEATER’S BIG 10: A conversation with Superhero Clubhouse by Jesse Cameron Alick

And as we talk, all of our conversations seem to circle back to time; the passage of time, generations over time, geologic time that the mind can hardly fathom. “It’s hard to ignore when…

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Kara Lindsay, Samantha Massell, and Jelani Remi Join I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been Encore Concert by Adam Hetrick

Alexandra Silber hosts the evening where performers take on the songs from roles that got away.

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Kara Lindsay, Samantha Massell, and Jelani Remy Join I Wish: The Roles That Could Have Been Encore Concert by Adam Hetrick

Alexandra Silber hosts the evening where performers take on the songs from roles that got away.

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America's 'hottest new play' is ready to rock Pittsburgh by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Award-winning playwright Lauren Yee’s ‘Cambodian Rock Band’ comes to City Theatre.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Watch Dancers (and Kelly Ripa) Break the World Record for Most People en Pointe by Dan Meyer

American Ballet Theatre and New York City Ballet principal dancers joined over 300 ballerinas to smash the previous record on LIVE with Kelly and Ryan.

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WATCH: Sneak Peek at Only Yesterday, About One Night in the Life of Paul McCartney and John Lennon by Roberto Araujo

Tommy Crawford and Christopher Sears sing “Roll Over Beethoven” in the Playbill studio.

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What is Intimacy Direction? by Allison Bibicoff

Keeping artist safe, while keeping the art intact. The post What is Intimacy Direction? appeared first on At This Stage.

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Cast Set for New Group Staging of Donja R. Love’s One in Two by Andrew Gans

Stevie Walker-Web will direct the Off-Broadway production.

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VIDEO: Kelly Ripa with American Ballet Theatre & New York City Ballet Dancers Break World Record

a?oeLive with Kelly and Ryana?? set the a?oebarrea?? this morning with yet another spectacular record-breaking attempt. Today, hundreds of dancers took over the street outside the studio, ea…

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Review: ‘1 Henry IV’ at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre by Sophia Howes

1 Henry IV at the Folger Shakespeare Theatre, directed by Rosa Joshi, is perfectly cast and beautifully executed. Edward Gero is a superb Falstaff, and he is surrounded by gifted actors and …

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DragCon NYC 2019: The Looks from the Pink Carpet by Michael Block

DragCon NYC 2019 has concluded but the looks from the Pink Carpet will live on forever! We spent three days from opening to close with all of the incredible artists who graced the Javits Cen…

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VIDEO: Watch FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME's Anthony Veneziale Improvise a TED Talk!

Anthony Veneziale, known better as Freestyle Love Supreme's Two-Touch, just took improv to a whole new level. Watch Below as the Broadway-bound performer presents his very own, fully improvi…

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BWW TV: Jordin Sparks is Opening Up About Returning to Broadway in WAITRESS!

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, recording artist Jordin Sparks will join the company of Broadway's Waitress in the role of Jenna from September 16 - October 27. This will mark her Broa…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 02:12PM

Gavin Creel, Ariana DeBose & More Will Perform at Elsie Fest This October

Elsie Fest, New York City's first music festival featuring stars and songs of the stage and screen, will return for its 5th year this fall! A line-up has not yet been announced, but pre-s…

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Matthew Broderick & Sarah Jessica Parker To Star In Broadway Revival Of Neil Simon’s ‘Plaza Suite’ by Greg Evans

Real-life marrieds Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will team up for a Broadway revival of Neil Simon’s Plaza Suite to be directed by John Benjamin Hickey. The staging will get a…

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Can Card Tricks Make The World A Better Place? These Magicians Are Giving It A Try by Artsjournal1

Reporter Claire Armitstead talks to prestidigitators who use their craft to comfort children in refugee camps, restore movement to hemiplegia patients, assist in research on cognition; treat…

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Photo Coverage: Jordin Sparks Gets Ready to Return to Broadway in WAITRESS

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, recording artist Jordin Sparks will join the company of Broadway's Waitress in the role of Jenna from September 16 - October 27. This will mark her Broa…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Patti LuPone Joins Broadway Back to School Gala Celebrating Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman

Patti LuPone, the multiple Tony, Grammy, and Olivier Award winner, will be on hand for the Broadway Back to Schoolgala honoring her good friends Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman

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Sarah Jessica Parker, Matthew Broderick to star on Broadway together by Christine Burroni

"I feel I've waited a lifetime," SJP wrote in her announcement.

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Photo Flash: Be Proud of Your Boy with All New Photos of ALADDIN On Tour

Get an all new look at the North American tour of Disney's Aladdin featuring new tour cast members Jonah Ho'okano (Aladdin) and Korie Lee Blossey (Genie), along with current tour cast membe…

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10 Videos of Broadway’s Fierce & Fetch New Regina George, Mean Girls Star Reneé Rapp

Get ready to totally lose your mind over the talents of 19-year-old Mean Girls star Reneé Rapp.

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Gavin Creel, Ariana DeBose, More Join 2019 Lineup for Darren Criss’ Elsie Fest by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway-themed music festival returns to Central Park in October.

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Imelda Staunton and Kerry Ellis to appear in BFI musicals season by Georgia Snow

Imelda Staunton, Kerry Ellis and Clarke Peters are among the confirmed guests for a series of live Q&A events held as part

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Broadway’s Upcoming ‘Six’ Musical Casts Wives Of Henry VIII by Greg Evans

Broadway’s upcoming musical Six will star the actresses who created their roles in Chicago for the North American premiere, producers announced today. Playing the six wives of Henry VIII i…

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Watch the Music Video for Ben Platt’s New Single ‘Rain’ by Adam Hetrick

The Dear Evan Hansen star's latest single song August 23.

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Review: Doubt: A Parable. Sarah Marshall leads Studio’s powerful production of Shanley’s heartbreaking play by Tim Treanor

The titular doubt in John Patrick Shanley’s classic play, now being given a rigorous yet nuanced treatment at Studio Theatre, is not about whether the intense, charismatic Father Brendan F…

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Make Believe by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Bess Wohl’s new play, "Make Believe," is a fascinating study of how the traumas of childhood affect our adult lives, particularly the damage seen and unseen parents inflict on their offspr…

Linked From www.theaterscene.net at 01:05PM

REVIEW ROUND-UP: Betrayal on Broadway by Emma Clarendon

Following a successful run in London, Jamie Lloyd’s production of Harold Pinter’s play Betrayal has officially opened on Broadway. Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Watch a Medley of Muses Take on Music from Hercules by Dan Meyer

YouTube Sensation and #HAM4BEY creator Michael Korte conceived the video in celebration of the recent Public Works’ production.

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Paige Davis of The Search for Roxie by Broadway.com

Paige Davis stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about The Search for Roxie and more with Paul Wontorek. 

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Gavin Creel, Jagged Little Pill Cast & More to Join Darren Criss at 2019 Elsie Fest by Andy Lefkowitz

A talent-packed lineup of performers have signed on to take part in the 2019 edition of the outdoor musical celebration Elsie Fest. The previously announced event, created by Emmy winner D…

Linked From Broadway.com at 12:54PM

Look Back at Rob McClure, Jenn Colella, and More in Chaplin on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The musical about the silent film legend opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre September 10, 2012.

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Kinosian & Moss Are A Tour De Force In Milwaukee Rep’s 2 PIANOS 4 HANDS by Matthew Perta

Big-scale entertainment, full of laughs!  Sensational acting!  Dazzling piano playing!  Talk about the best way [...] The post Kinosian & Moss Are A Tour De Force In Milwaukee Rep’s…

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Dates Set for PBS Broadcasts of Kelli O’Hara-Led The King and I, West End’s Kinky Boots, More by Andrew Gans

The Great Performances series launches November 1 with the London production of 42nd Street.

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MOULIN ROUGE! Cast Album Debuts at #1 on Billboard Charts

The Moulin Rouge! The Musical Original Broadway Cast Recording, produced by Grammy- nominated Baz Luhrmann, Justin Levine, Matt Stine and Alex Timbers, debuted #1 on Billboard's Cast Albums …

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SLAVE PLAY Announces In-Person Rush

Preview performances begin tonight for Slave Play. As part of the Slave Play's ongoing commitment to affordable ticket accessibility, the show will offer an in-person rush policy.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:24PM

VIDEO: Ben Platt Releases Official Music Video for RAIN

Ben Platt has released the official music video for his latest single RAIN. Produced by Alex Hope (Troye Sivan, Tove Lo, Jack Antonoff), 'RAIN' marks Platt's first new music since the arriva…

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Patti LuPone and Laura Benanti Join 2019 Broadway Back to School Gala Line-Up by Logan Culwell-Block

Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS will also receive the Standing Ovation Award at annual event supporting theatre in schools.

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John Barrowman Will Celebrate Holidays With 8-City Tour and A Fabulous Christmas CD by Andrew Gans

The U.K. tour will launch in November at the Bristol Hippodrome.

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Review: The Fishermen, Trafalgar Studios by Madeline Lee

Review: The Fishermen, Trafalgar Studios5.0starsThe Fishermen is a masterpiece. It incorporates a poignant story, skilled acting and fantastic direction. It’s a highly captivating stage ad…

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Why Birds Have Been Such Powerful Symbols Throughout History by Artsjournal

“Birds enter popular culture from the earliest times, and they continue to pervade literature and art throughout the classical period. They are mentioned in the very first sentence of Euro…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:18PM

PBS NewsHour Visits Cambodia’s All-Gay-Male Classical Dance Troupe by Artsjournal1

“In 2015, artist Prumsodun Ok formed Cambodia’s first all-male and gay-identified Khmer dance company — in his living room. Part of his mission was to support the revival of an art for…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:18PM

Why Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty Wrote ‘Your Daddy’s Son’ for Ragtime by Adam Hetrick

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Audra McDonald shares behind-the-scenes Ragtime history, and Seth serves namaste hands on Will & Grace.

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A radical re-imagining of Doctor Faustus is coming to the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre by Kitty Underwood

A new gender-swapped re-imagining of the myth of Doctor Faustus by award-winning playwright Chris Bush comes to the Lyric Hammersmith Theatre in Jan 2020. The post A radical re-imagining of …

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Obituary: playwright Peter Nichols – ‘Never afraid of tackling the thorniest of issues head-on’ by Michael Quinn

Few writers mined their own biography with such caustic flamboyance and mordantly gleeful disregard for opinion as Peter Nichols, who has died

Linked From The Stage Registration at 12:00PM
Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Grosses w/e 9/8/2019: “Fall”-ing Flat

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending September 1, 2019. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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André De Shields, Donna McKechnie, Ann Reinking, Thomas Meehan & More Named to Theater Hall of Fame by Andy Lefkowitz

Eight longtime contributors to the New York theater scene have been named 2019 inductees into the Theater Hall of Fame for Lifetime Achievement in the American Theater. The talented creative…

Linked From Broadway.com at 11:48AM

Jeremy O. Harris' Slave Play Arrives on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

On the heels of an acclaimed 2018 world premiere staging at New York Theatre Workshop, Jeremy O. Harris' acclaimed debut work Slave Play begins its Broadway run on September 10. Robert O'H…

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The Height of the Storm, Starring Jonathan Pryce & Eileen Atkins, Begins Broadway Run by Andy Lefkowitz

The Height of the Storm, a new play by Florian Zeller (The Father), begins its Broadway run at Manhattan Theatre Club's Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on September 10. Jonathan Kent repeats his …

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Jimmy Award Winner Reneé Rapp Officially Takes Over as Mean Girls 'Queen Bee' Regina by Andy Lefkowitz

Strong-voiced 2018 Jimmy Award winner Reneé Rapp permanently replaces in the role of "Queen Bee" Regina George in the Tony-nominated musical Mean Girls beginning on September 10. Rapp su…

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Matthew Broderick & Sarah Jessica Parker to Star in Broadway Revival of Neil Simon's Plaza Suite by Andy Lefkowitz

Married stars Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will team up on stage this spring in a new Broadway production of the late Neil Simon's 1968 comedy Plaza Suite. Upcoming Inheritance…

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Riley Costello Joins Broadway's Wicked as Boq by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway's smash-hit musical Wicked welcomes rising star Riley Costello in the role of Boq beginning on September 10. Costello replaces Jesse JP Johnson, who took his final bow at the Gershw…

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#DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment to End Run at Off-Broadway's Westside Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

The new off-Broadway musical #DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment has scheduled a final performance date of September 15 at the Westside Theatre. The production began previews on June 20 and offic…

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Six Announces Casting for Broadway Premiere by Andy Lefkowitz

Full casting is set for the highly anticipated Broadway premiere of Six. The previously announced main-stem transfer of the Olivier-nominated musical will begin previews on February 13, 202…

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See Oscar Winner Marisa Tomei, Emun Elliott & More Get Ready for The Rose Tattoo by Lindsey Sullivan

Marisa Tomei is returning to the Great White Way in Tennesse Williams' The Rose Tattoo. The Oscar winner will take on the role of Serafina, a widow who rekindles her desire for love, lust an…

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick to star in Broadway revival of ‘Plaza Suite’ by Caitlin Huston

Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick will star on Broadway this spring in a revival of Neil Simon’s “Plaza Suite.”  Directed by John Benjamin Hickey, the revival will play 22 pe…

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Review: Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins at Rep Stage by Jayne Blanchard

Rep Stage’s gracious production of Stephen Temperley’s Souvenir: A Fantasia on the Life of Florence Foster Jenkins makes you miss many things. Piano players in restaurants and cocktail l…

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Jazz CD Review: Miles Davis’s “Rubberband” — Stretch Your Ears by Allen Michie

Heard as a Miles Davis record pure and simple, Rubberband is one of the strongest from the comeback period. The post Jazz CD Review: Miles Davis’s “Rubberband” — Stretch Your Ears ap…

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‘One Woman Sex and the City’ loving parody comes to San Jose by Randy McMullen

Kerry Ipema's solo show "One Woman Sex and the City" -- based on the iconic TV series -- comes to San Jose Sept. 13-14 -- here's what you need to know.

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‘Six’ announces Broadway cast by Caitlin Huston

The cast of the Chicago production of “Six” will reprise their roles on Broadway.  On Broadway, the cast will feature Adrianna Hicks as Catherine of Aragon, Andrea Macasaet as Anne Bole…

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick Are Returning to Broadway by Michael Paulson

The pair will play three different couples in a revival of “Plaza Suite,” a Neil Simon comedy, opening in April after a brief run in Boston.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins TheaterEars as Global Ambassador and Investor

TheaterEars, the app that empowers people to watch movies in the movie theater in Spanish, today welcomed its newest Global Ambassador and investor: award-winning composer, lyricist and acto…

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Chicago Cast of SIX Will Reprise Their Roles For Broadway Run

Six on Broadway has found its queens! Reprising their roles from the Chicago run of Six earlier this year are Adrianna Hicks as Catherine of Aragon, Andrea Macasaet as Anne Boleyn, Abby Muel…

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Photo Flash: Inside Disney on Broadway's Panel at DragCon, Featuring Alyssa Fox, Noah J. Ricketts, and More!

This past weekend Disney on Broadway held a panel at DragCon — Disney On Broadway: Serving Hair Face and Looks for 25 Years.

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Photo Flash: Meet the Company of THE ROSE TATTOO, Starring Marisa Tomei

Meet the company of The Rose Tattoo, coming soon to Broadway! Check out all new photos of the cast, led by Marisa Tomei!

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Great Performances on PBS Announces 'Broadway's Best' Lineup Featuring 42ND STREET, THE KING AND I, KINKY BOOTS

Great Performances returns with its third annual a?oeBroadway's Besta?? lineup of acclaimed theatrical productions, premiering Fridays, November 1-29 at 9 p.m. on PBS(check local listin…

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Must-see 'Don't Bother Me, I Can't Cope' at Black Rep still resonates by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Some shows transcend their time to succeed in becoming timeless, even as history continues its inexorable march. And that renders such shows well worth revival.

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'Shakespeare in Love' makes a fun transition to the stage at Insight by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

What is it about Shakespeare that even folks who aren’t necessarily theatergoers find so fascinating? In his own time, the legendary playwright had notable rivals, including Christopher …

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Canceling ‘Cancel Culture’ — Would That Even Be Necessary? by Artsjournal1

“The best argument against cancel culture is that the whole thing is a myth, existing only in the furious minds of outraged social media users. People who are canceled usually don’t stay…

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Review: My One True Friend, Tristan Bates Theatre by Olivia Gibbs-Fairley

Review: My One True Friend, Tristan Bates Theatre2.0starsMy One True Friend is the second of two plays by Alexander Matthews to be performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre this year. Matthews…

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Peter Nichols, Playwright Of ‘A Day In The Death Of Joe Egg’ And ‘Privates On Parade’, Dead At 92 by Artsjournal1

“Over a period of 15 years, from 1967 to 1982, [he] wrote some of the most brilliant and distinctive plays on the British stage. Yet he became sour and paranoid about the failure of the ar…

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Baltimore Symphony Musicians File Charges With National Labor Relations Board by Artsjournal1

The unfair labor practices complaint charges that Baltimore Symphony management has failed to bargain in good faith, “unlawfully locked out the musicians … [and] failed and refused to pr…

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Matthew Broderick And Sarah Jessica Parker Will Lead PLAZA SUITE On Broadway

BroadwayWorld has learned that real-life married couple Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker will come to Broadway in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite following an out of town run at Boston's …

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Broderick and Parker to Star in Plaza Suite by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Plaza Suite, one of Neil Simon’s most-enduring comedies, will be returning to Broadway in the spring of 2020. Coming along for the ride will be husband and wife Matthew Broderick and Sarah…

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Video: First Look at the Cast of THE KING'S SPEECH at Chicago Shakespeare Theater

Chicago Shakespeare's production of The King's Speech begins performances September 12, and they've released a special first look at the cast!

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Review: No easy answers for a doomed school in ‘Exit Strategy’ in Berkeley by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

Ike Holder's dark comedy "Exit Strategy" looks at what happens when a school can't be saved; it's playing at Aurora Theatre in Berkeley.

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‘Hauntingly good in its fluidity’: THE SON – West End by Ian Foster

British theatre’s determination to adopt Florian Zeller as one of its own continues unabated as the Kiln Theatre’s production of The Son transfers into the Duke of York’s for the autum…

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Review Roundup: What Did Critics Think of John Leguizamo's LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS at the Ahmanson Theatre?

Following its Tony-nominated hit Broadway run seen by tens of thousands, Tony Award winner John Leguizamo's one-man play 'Latin History for Morons' i s currently running at the Ahmanson Thea…

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Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick to star in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite on Broadway by Ruth Kinane

Real-life married couple Sarah Jessica Parker and Matthew Broderick are headed to Broadway to play a…married couple (or three)! On Tuesday, Ambassador Theatre Group announced that Parker a…

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Broadway's Six Finds Its Stars by Olivia Clement

See who's starring in the Broadway premiere of the new musical, which puts Henry VIII’s wives in the spotlight.

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Go Inside the Press Day for Roundabout's Revival of The Rose Tattoo by Nathan Skethway

The Tennessee Williams drama begins Broadway performances September 19.

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American Idol's Jordin Sparks Meets the Press Ahead of Joining Waitress on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The Grammy-nominated singer will play a limited engagement as Jenna beginning September 16.

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Palace Theatre in Swansea hit by suspected arson attack by Ruth Comerford

Swansea’s Palace Theatre has suffered a suspected arson attack, leaving a question mark over its future viability as a performance venue. Firefighters

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NEWS: Britain becomes a giant golf course in dystopian thriller The Open by Featured Content

Taking a swing at what might happen 30 years into Britain's future, new dystopian tale The Open, which tees off at The Space later this month, imagines a giant golf course where our green an…

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Caissie Levy, Andy Mientus, Lesli Margherita to Play San Francisco’s Feinstein’s at the Nikko by Adam Hetrick

The fall season also includes original Tony-winning Les Misérables star Frances Ruffelle and four-time Tony nominee Tovah Feldshuh.

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The SIX Queens Headed to Broadway by Broadway Direct

The half-dozen actresses needed to play the iconic Queens of the eagerly anticipated Broadway production of SIX have been crowned. Producers Kenny Wax, Wendy & Andy Barnes, George Sti…

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Watch Broadway Inspirational Voices Cover Song From The Bridges of Madison County by Emily Selleck

The group sings the Jason Robert Brown tune after receiving a 2019 Tony Award for Excellence in Theatre.

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Know a Theatre: Dorset Theatre Festival of Dorset, Vt. by American Theatre Editors

This New England theatre presents new and classic works all summer long.

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Watch Jake Gyllenhaal Perform an Excerpt From A Life, Now on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The monologue play by Nick Payne is part of Sea Wall/A Life, an evening of back-to-back plays.

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NRA Sponsors “Annie Get Your Gun” Revival “Annie Keep Your Gun, It’s Your Right, Debate Me” by Broadway Beat

by Zach Raffio. @zachraffio. Fairfax, VA - The National Rifle Association announced today their plan to sponsor a revival of the classic 1946 Irving Berlin musical “Annie Get Your Gun”, …

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Learn More About the Hit London Drama Coming to Broadway, The Height of the Storm

Through video learn more about the latest family drama opening on Broadway, The Height of the Storm.

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#DateMe: An OkCupid Experiment Sets Off-Broadway Closing Date by Olivia Clement

The show plays the Westside Theatre.

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Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker to Return to Broadway Together in Neil Simon's Plaza Suite by Ryan McPhee

The two will headline the first Broadway revival of the 1968 comedy, to be helmed by John Benjamin Hickey.

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Choreographer Joseph Toonga: ‘Young black men need to see it’s okay to be vulnerable’ by Giverny Masso

The co-founder of Just Us Dance Theatre, which creates hip hop and contemporary dance pieces and runs mentoring programmes for young people,

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2019 Fringe Festival Spotlight: Spooky Shows by Faith Flynn

Start spooky season a month early with these  hair-raising performances by eight of our independent artists. BASEMENT Gunnar Montana Gunnar Montana transports us once again, this time downw…

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Learn About the Cats Film Choreography With Jennifer Hudson, Francesca Hayward, and More by Dan Meyer

A new featurette shows the cast, including Robert Fairchild, James Corden, Idris Elba, and Taylor Swift, discussing their feline moves.

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JERSEY BOYS National Tour Announces Casting and Dates For 2019-20 Touring Year

Casting and tour dates have been announced for the 2019-20 touring season of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award-winning hit musical JERSEY BOYS, the story of Frankie Valli and The Four Seaso…

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VIDEO: Sean Hayes & James Corden Sing About Not Wanting to Duet!

Sean Hayes was a guest on Monday night's episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden. Host Corden does his check in with his guests for the show, and when he gets to Hayes they announce…

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VIDEO: Alex Brightman Sings Drew Gasparini's 'A LIttle Bit' at Feinstein's/54 Below

Feinstein's/54 Below presented a Re-release Party for Drew Gasparini's album I COULD USE A DRINK: THE SONGS OF DREW GASPARINI on Monday, September 9th, 2019.

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Billy Crudup, Zachary Levi and Tony Shalhoub Will Lead Reading of PAFCO AT THE WALL

Billy Crudup, Zachary Levi and Tony Shalhoub present a dramatic reading of Don DeLillo's classic baseball novella Pafko at the Walla?"a transcendent account of one of the iconic events of th…

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Cast Set for 2019–2020 Tour of Jersey Boys, Launching in October by Andrew Gans

Eric Chambliss, Corey Greenan, Jon Hacker, and Michael Milton will star as the famed singing group.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, September 10, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Kansas City Symphony Music Director Michael Stern Renews For Three Years, Will Then Retire by Artsjournal1

The 59-year-old conductor’s contract was to have expired at the end of this season; he’ll now remain on the job through 2022-23. In his 14 years there so far, he’s brought the KCSO inc…

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The United States’ Most ‘Arts-Vibrant’ Cities: Report by Artsjournal1

“A report from SMU DataArts ranks the most ‘arts-vibrant’ communities in the United States based on the number of artists and arts and cultural nonprofits it has, as well as the number…

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The Agreed-Upon Definition Of Museum Will Not Be Changed — For Now by Artsjournal1

Following “profound and healthy debate” at its Extraordinary General Assembly, the International Council of Museums postponed indefinitely a vote on whether to adopt a new definition of …

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DC Mayor Locks City’s Arts Commission Out Of Its Storage Vault by Artsjournal1

In an escalation of what has reportedly been a long feud, staffers of the D.C. Commission on the Arts and Humanities “arrived at their offices in Southeast before the holiday weekend to fi…

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Review: Torch Song at curtainup.com-London by Kllizzie Loveridge

In the brand new Turbine Theatre in the shadow of Battersea Power Station, Drew McOnie directs Harvey Fierstein's iconic Torch Song with a star performance from Matthew Needha

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Family-Oriented ‘When She Had Wings’ Soars At Theatre Lab by Bill Hirschman

Theatre Lab’s family-friendly production of When She Had Wings posits a young girl, convinced she could fly before she could walk, trying to regain her power of flight.

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Review: All-female 'Julius Caesar' makes a noble stand in Pittsburgh city parks by Christopher Rawson

The Bard’s tragic tale marks the celebration of 15 years of Pittsburgh Shakespeare in the Parks.

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Unmanly Grief by Ashley O'Mara

By Ashley O'Mara. Aley O’Mara reflects on Daniel Winder’s Hamlet and speaks to the lead—trans actor Jenet Le Lacheur—about the titular character in this production being nonbinary an…

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The Vanishing Edmond O’Brien by Trav S.D.

Two things have happened recently to thrust Edmond O’Brien (1915-1985) to the front of our consciousness. First, he is referred to frequently in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood: Di Caprio’…

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So, You Want to Teach Theatre by Michael Daehn

Preparing for your dream career The post So, You Want to Teach Theatre appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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‘The quality of the on-stage work is undeniable’: FALSETTOS – The Other Palace ★★★★ by Michael Davies

If ever there was a triumph of delivery over content, then this first London production of the New York Jewish musical Falsettos is it.

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Jack Clay, former UW drama teacher, mentor of Oscar and Pulitzer winners, dies at 92 by Nicole Brodeur

His students included Academy Award-winning actor Kathy Bates, Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Beth Henley and television and film actor Stephen Tobolowsky.  

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Juggling and comedy troupe Flying Karamazov Brothers have a new take on an old show by Dusty Somers

“Club Sandwich,” a noir-influenced adventure, opens Sept. 19 at Broadway Performance Hall.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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One That Got Away: Nick and Nora by JK

My direct knowledge of the 1991 flop musical Nick and Nora starts and ends with the Original Broadway Cast Recording. As all of this was happening well before the social media revolution, th…

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Sharon Osbourne, Danny Dyer and Dani Dyer confirmed for Nativity! the Musical return by Georgia Snow

Sharon Osbourne, Danny Dyer and Dani Dyer have joined the cast of Nativity! the Musical, which returns for a third year this

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Deeksha Gaur appointed CEO of Show-Score by Caitlin Huston

Deeksha Gaur, the co-founder of Show-Score, has been promoted to chief executive officer of the theater review site. Under her leadership, the company plans to expand to regional markets acr…

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Catch up with the winners of The Stage Debut Awards 2018 by Nick Clark

At the only awards to recognise breakthrough theatre talent, The Stage celebrates emerging actors and creatives from all backgrounds. Last year’s winners

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How to become a professional actor without drama school training by Samantha Marsden

Is it possible for aspiring actors to make it when they can’t afford drama school? Samantha Marsden talks to those who have

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7 Must-See Dance Relics From the New York Public Library’s Archive In Motion Exhibition by Linda Murray

Cowboy boots from Agnes de Mille’s Rodeo, a set sketch by Salvador Dalí, and more can only be seen at the NYPL for the Performing Arts’ new Jerome Robbins Dance Division exhibit.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns to the West End for Christmas by Kitty Underwood

David Wood's adaption of the much loved children's classic The Tiger Who Came To Tea returns to the West End for a Christmas run at Theatre Royal Haymarket. The post The Tiger Who Came To Te…

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MUPPETS Series From Josh Gad, Bobby and Kristen Lopez Cancelled Due to 'Creative Differences'

News broke yesterday that Disney+ has scrapped the previously announced Muppets series, from Josh Gad, Adam Horowitz, and Eddy Kitsis. The project was set to feature original songs by Bobby …

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André De Shields, Donna McKechnie, Ann Reinking, and More Among the 2019 Theater Hall of Fame Inductees

The Theater Hall of Fame will induct eight new people in its 2019 roster. The inductees include actors André De Shields, Donna McKechnie, and Ann Reinking, producer Michael Price, designer …

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Lookback: the function of book blogging…once upon a time by Terry Teachout

From 2009: Patrick Kurp of Anecdotal Evidence and D.G. Myers of A Commonplace Blog are jointly conducting a serial symposium called “The Function of Book Blogging at the Present Time” …

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‘A guarantee of quality’: THE STRANGE CASE OF JEKYLL & HYDE – Brockley Jack Studio Theatre & Touring by Shanine Salmon

Arrows and Traps’ residency at the Brockley Jack is a guarantee of quality. This new adaptation, from director and writer Ross McGregor, of the classic novel sets the scene in 21st century…

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Almanac: Budd Schulberg on sociopathy by Terry Teachout

“Going through life with a conscience is like driving your car with the brakes on.” Budd Schulberg, What Makes Sammy Run?

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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The Wharf Revue 2019: Unr-dact-d by Arts Review

The all-singing, all-dancing, side-splittingly funny solution to all the world’s problems, Sydney Theatre Company’s The Wharf Revue 2019: Unr-dact-d, returns for another year of satirica…

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The Picture of Dorian Gray review at the Bedford, London – ‘ambitious but patchy new opera’ by Inge Kjemtrup

The Picture of Dorian Gray has inspired many playwrights and composers to translate it to the stage. A new operatic adaptation by

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Photo: STRANGER THINGS Star and Former 'Young Simba' Caleb McLaughlin Visits THE LION KING

Stranger Things star and former Young Simba Caleb McLaughlin stopped by The Lion King on Friday night to visit his former castmate and current Mufasa L. Steven Taylor and current Simba Bradl…

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So long, farewell to The Production Company by Erin James

“I started the company in 1999 to stimulate the industry” – Jeannie Pratt The Production Company has woven its way into the fabric of Melbourne’s Musical Theatre scene since its inau…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Civilization: The Way We Live Now by Arts Review

An international photography exhibition of monumental scale, featuring over 200 original photographs by over 100 contemporary photographers from Africa, the Americas, Asia, Australia and Eur…

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Wake Up With BWW 9/10: SLAVE PLAY and THE HEIGHT OF THE STORM Begin Previews, and More!

Today's top stories: Slave Play and The Height of the Storm begin previews tonight, and more!

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Actor Derek Fowlds: ‘I was lucky to experience the rep system in my first job’ by John Byrne

My first professional job was appearing in weekly rep at the Prince of Wales Theatre in Colwyn Bay in 1958. I got

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‘Bright, warm & occasionally wonderfully joyous’: CHIAROSCURO – Bush Theatre by Aleks Sierz

Lively gig theatre revival of Jackie Kay’s Chiaroscuroa, a 1980s account of the black lesbian experience doesn’t quite work.

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The Green Room: When is the ideal time for an actor to go off-book? 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…​​​​​​​​​​​ Ros

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PPA principal Louise Pieri: ‘Training can change the industry for the better’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in performance? I started performing as a child in Yorkshire, then moved to London at the age

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Richard Gadd on his stalker: ‘It would be unfair to say she was awful and I'm a victim’ by Brian Logan

The soul-baring comedian has turned his experience of being stalked into a gripping piece of theatre, Baby Reindeer It had all ended so well. When Richard Gadd won the Edinburgh Comedy award…

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A year on, has National Theatre Wales responded to Welsh theatremakers’ criticisms? by Nicholas Davies

Twelve months after an open letter protested at National Theatre Wales’ apparent disregard for Wales-based artists, Nicholas Davies looks at the progress

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The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo marches into Sydney with record-breaking line-up by Arts Review

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo have confirmed the 1521 cast for Sydney’s upcoming production, in a new record as the largest Tattoo ever in its 69-year history. Unrivalled in its page…

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Derren Brown Spills His Broadway 'Secret' by Variety

  The mentalist and illusionist on the magic of theater, the theatrics of magic, and why he's banned from casinos all across the U.K.

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Costume designer Catherine Kodicek: In tough times, the Theatrical Guild is there to help by Catherine Kodicek

What do you do when you are employed in your dream job but you are still struggling to get through the day?

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Critic Andrzej Lukowski: Gentrification has brought in new theatres, but what is their vision? by Andrzej Lukowski

When it was announced that the Troubadour White City Theatre’s inaugural production – a revival of the National Theatre’s 2016 Christmas hit

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Heard the one about the working-class comedian? It's no joke for us | Sian Davies by Sian Davies

The industry remains dominated by privately educated standups who have the right connections and can afford all the risks of a career in comedy As a comedian, one of the first jokes I make w…

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Tuesday, September 10, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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The Production Company to present its last show in May 2020 by Arts Review

Jeanne Pratt AC, Founder and Chairman of The Production Company has announced that after 21 years and 65 musicals, her company will present its final musical in May 2020. “I started the co…

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TheatreWorks Adds Another Story To The 39 Steps by Bill Hirschman

Oft-produced plays can sometimes be a groaner to sit through, yet again. How many more laughs can be extracted from the same story line and same characters? However, sometimes a production s…

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Pretty Woman: The Musical Will Arrive in London on Valentine's Day 2020 by Andy Lefkowitz

London audiences can officially gear up to see the celebrated Broadway smash Pretty Woman: The Musical. The previously announced London transfer will kick off performances on February 14, …

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Odds & Ends: Joe Iconis' New Musical Punk Rock Girl to Receive Developmental Reading & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today and this weekend. Joe Iconis' New Musical Punk Rock Girl to Receive Developmental Reading Joe Iconis, the cheered songwriter wh…

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London Evita Headliner Samantha Pauly on Channeling Beyoncé and Ariana Grande to Find Her Inner Superstar by Matt Wolf

Chicago actress Samantha Pauly has been in three previous productions of Evita, none of which can have been as conceptually daring as the director Jamie Lloyd’s provocative and edgy curren…

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Tracy Letts and the Cast of Linda Vista Talk Bringing the Unique Comedy to Broadway by Broadway.com

Playwright Tracy Letts talks about bringing his adult comedy Linda Vista to Broadway.

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Metronomy’s Joseph Mount: ‘I’d love to remain relevant, but it’s less possible now’

The musician on the challenges of ageing in pop, staying connected with teenage fans and the importance of being catchy

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Finding a Way to Love 'Phantom' After Trauma - How the #MeToo movement made me see my favorite musical from a new perspective

How the #MeToo movement made me see my favorite musical from a new perspective---When someone says she has a complicated relationship in her life, she's usually referring to her mother or an…

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Dancing with Jacqulyn Buglisi in the "9/11 Table of Silence Project" by The Dance Enthusiast

In Dancign with Jacqulyn Buglisi on the "9/11 Table of Silence Project" Things I am Learning About Walking, Standing, and Dancing Together :  "There really is nothing quite as miraculous as…

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Michael Tucker's Fern Hill Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The new comedy, about a group of friends living out their golden years, premieres at 59E59 Theaters.

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The Height of the Storm Begins on Broadway at Manhattan Theatre Club by Olivia Clement

The Florian Zeller play, translated by Christopher Hampton, begins previews in the Samuel J. Friedman theatre.

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Slave Play Begins on Broadway September 10 by Olivia Clement

The new play by Jeremy O. Harris, helmed by Robert O'Hara, begins previews following its hit Off-Broadway run last season.

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Reneé Rapp Is Mean Girls' New Regina George on Broadway Beginning September 10 by Ryan McPhee

The Jimmy Award winner returns to the show following a limited summer engagement earlier this year.

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Theatre Under the Stars’ A Chorus Line Begins September 10 by Andrew Gans

Performances continue at the Houston venue through October 22.

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Remembering Call Me Madam by Mark Robinson

An old school musical comedy that was not only a perfect star vehicle for an over-the-top leading lady, but also a fine example of a lost art of comedy filled with melody, romance, and pur…

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