Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Phyllis Newman Dies: Tony-Winning Broadway Legend Was 86 by Dino-Ray Ramos

Phyllis Newman, known for her Tony Award-winning role as the bath towel-clad Martha Vail in the musical Subways Are for Sleeping, has died. The star of stage and screen was 86. The news was …

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Read Reviews for Derren Brown: Secret on Broadway by Adam Hetrick

The Olivier Award-winning illusionist and mentalist returns to New York with Secret, which originated Off-Broadway in 2017.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Pride and Prejudice* (*sort of), Bristol Old Vic by Mark.kidel

A tongue-in-cheek take on the Jane Austen classic misfires It is a truth perhaps not quite but almost universally accepted that Jane Austen’s "Pride and Prejudice", beloved of GSCE Englis…

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Phyllis Newman, Tony-Winning Actor and Women’s Healthcare Advocate, Dies at 87 by Adam Hetrick

The Subways Are for Sleeping star was also the first recipient of the Isabelle Stevenson Award.

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Today on Broadway: Monday, December 16, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

The Legendary Performer and Humanitarian Phyllis Newman Passes Away at the Age of 86 “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of t…

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Review: Being Brainwashed Into Joy in Derren Brown’s ‘Secret’ by Ben Brantley

This one-mentalist show, in which Mr. Brown peers into the minds of his audience, offers exhilaration and comfort to New York City’s head cases.

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Ideals Prevail Over Darkness In MNM’s Man Of La Mancha by Bill Hirschman

When Man of La Mancha is performed as well as MNM Theatre Company’s production, then the magic is savoring how the innate worth of ideals ultimately prevails over an all-too-recognizable w…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Derren Brown "Secret" by Brian Scott Lipton

The one thing I can absolutely tell you about “Secret.” You will be kicking yourself if you don’t snatch up a ticket while you can!

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It's Tour Week on #LiveAtFive! Get to Know the Stars Taking Hello, Dolly!, A Bronx Tale & More on the Road by Caitlin Moynihan's #LiveAtFive is a daily news show on Facebook Live, in which our editors discuss the newest buzz on Broadway, chat with stage stars about their current projects and take quest…

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Decky Does a Bronco by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Making is U.S. debut 19 years after its Scottish premiere in an actual park, Douglas Maxwell’s "Decky Does a Bronco" is a worthy addition to the dramatic literature of plays about childhoo…

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JUDY: Let’s Hear It for the Rainbow Tour by Peter Filichia

Those Judy Garland fans who hated END OF THE RAINBOW – and Lord knows there were thousands – are about...Continue Reading The post JUDY: Let’s Hear It for the Rainbow Tour appeared fir…

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Review: ‘Derren Brown: Secret’ at the Cort Theatre by Deb Miller

When I was a kid, enthusiastically attending every show on Broadway, I never would have predicted that, in the new millennium, theaters on The Great White Way would be home not just to great…

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‘Derren Brown: Secret’ Makes Dizzying Magic On Broadway In J.J. Abrams-Produced Dazzler – Review by Greg Evans

Critics and audiences are sworn to secrecy – well, requested politely but firmly to do so – by the masterful British magician (or take your pick: mentalist, hypnotist, “psychological i…

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Review: Derren Brown brings a sense of wonder to Broadway by Charles Isherwood

Where did that infernal banana go?  This is not the kind of question you expect to be rattling around your brain during an evening of theater. And yet rattle me it did more than once during…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Pulitzer-Winning ‘Fairview’ Jump-Starts Woolly Mammoth’s New Season by Amy Kotkin

The Woolly Mammoth Theater Company has rocket-launched its 40th anniversary season with a searing production of Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Fairview, winner of the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Dram…

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Review: ‘Beauty and the Beast’ by The Arlington Players by Bob Ashby

After a highly successful animated film, a long-running Broadway show, a live-action movie version, various spin-offs, and innumerable theme park, cruise ship, and school productions, the Di…

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Derren Brown, Secret: Legerdemain Unleashed at Cort by Steven Suskin

★★★★ UK illusionist offers evening of protean prestidigitation and purely astonishing fun The post Derren Brown, Secret: Legerdemain Unleashed at Cort appeared first on New York Stag…

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Derren Brown, Secret: International Man of Mystery and Mind Games by Elysa Gardner

★★★★ The British TV and Netflix star brings his psychological intrigue to Broadway The post Derren Brown, Secret: International Man of Mystery and Mind Games appeared first on New Yo…

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From Boston: The Purists (and Director Billy Porter) Keep It Real by Bob Verini

★★★★ A Sunnyside, Queens stoop is the unlikely setting for a thrilling affirmation of how we can learn to get along The post From Boston: The Purists (and Director Billy Porter) Keep…

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Derren Brown Secret: Broadway Slight of Hand by New York Theater

In his Broadway debut, Derren Brown performs some dozen mind games and magic tricks over 150 minutes that depend on audience participation, all of which are meant to provoke us to ask: “Ho…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

NEWS: The 2019 winners of The Stage Debut Awards are announced by Press Releases

The 2019 winners of The Stage Debut Awards, in association with Access Entertainment, were announced in a ceremony which took place at The Brewery, London this weekend.

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The Stage Debut Awards 2019: Jac Yarrow and Lynette Linton among this year’s winners by Georgia Snow

Joseph and the Technicolor Dreamcoat star Jac Yarrow is among the winners of The Stage Debut Awards 2019, in association with Access

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The Stage Debut Awards 2019: the winners in full by The Stage

The Stage Debut Awards, in association with Access Entertainment, were presented at the Brewery in London on September 15, 2019. Best actress

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Phyllis Newman Has Passed Away at 86

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of Phyllis Newman. The news was shared on social media by her daughter, Amanda Green. Newman was 86 years old.

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VIDEO: Judith Light Receives Star on Hollywood Walk of Fame

Judith Light has received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame!

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BWW Review: Keith Hamilton Cobb's Breathtaking Exploration Of American Theatre's Intrinsic Racism, AMERICAN MOOR

A bit over 400 years ago, a white Englishman named William Shakespeare scripted a play based on a story by a white Italian known as Cinthio about a Moorish general serving in the Venetian ar…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Science Is Deeply Imaginative And Creative by Artsjournal2

Why is this such a secret? “Without the essential first step, without a creative reimagining of nature, a conceiving of hypotheses for what might be going on behind the perceived surface o…

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Gender Bias In Museums Goes All The Way Down To The Fossil Collections by Artsjournal2

Oh, you thought it was just painting collections, or the sculpture garden? Nope: “Gender bias in favor of males extends to fossil and museum collections of mammals.” – Hyperallergic

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Is There A Tech Backlash? by Artsjournal2

No, and it’s wild that we think there is one. “Technology has improved the world, and our lives, in plenty of ways. But it often seems we are willing to overlook significant potential do…

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What Is The Deal With Jeremy Renner, And By Extension, Hollywood? by Artsjournal2

Celebrity in the 21st century: The actor Jeremy Renner was nominated for Oscars two years in a row, with The Hurt Locker and The Town. Then Marvel came calling. Then he got his own app. Then…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

2019-20 Broadway Update: Creative Casting by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward September 15, 2019: Creative casting distinguishes two new Broadway productions. Matthew Broderick and Sarah Jessica Parker are not the first two stars that come to mi…

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BWW TV: Jimmy Smits, Caitlin McGee, Jayne Atkinson & More Tease NBC's New Series, BLUFF CITY LAW!

While we await the series premiere (Monday,September 23  at 10pm/9c), take some time to get to know the cast! BroadwayWorld recently headed to Memphis to chat with the stars of stage and sc…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Engaging Partners on Art Education for Students with Visual Impairment by Artsjournal1

Kate McLeod, Head of School and Teacher Services at Atlanta’s High Museum of Art: “One of the High’s overarching goals in the past few years is to grow and expand inclusive programming…

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Wangechi Mutu: A New Face for the Met by Artsjournal1

“Nourished by Kenyan culture, the transnational artist is filling the niches on the Fifth Avenue facade, for the first time in the Met’s history. It’s a step on the museum’s rocky ro…

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Playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins: ‘The secret to writing? Read everything – even if you hate it’ by Artsjournal1

“Pulitzer Prize finalist Branden Jacobs-Jenkins speaks to Tom Wicker about mourning Toni Morrison, his love for London and how his play Appropriate – being staged at the Donmar – has b…

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A brief but spectacular take on giving incarcerated youth a voice by Artsjournal1

“Photographer Richard Ross has documented the U.S. juvenile justice system for the better part of a decade. In tonight’s ‘Brief But Spectacular’, Ross shares what it feels like to ho…

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With newly expanded campus, Kennedy Center aims to make art an experience for all by Artsjournal1

“[The Kennedy Center has] long struggled with a sense of isolation, a geographic and elite island apart from the surrounding city. To counter that, the center began its popular and free Mi…

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Los Angeles Opera Opens Without A Resolution About Placido Domingo by Artsjournal2

Here was the situation the day before Saturday’s opening night: “With Domingo staying away from Los Angeles while an internal investigation is underway, the company pushed ahead Friday o…

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Who’s Fighting For Gender Equity In Classical Music? by Artsjournal1

“Making classical music a more equitable place demands a cultural change – and cultural changes don’t happen without conversation and action. Just in the past five or so years, there h…

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Blenheim Palace’s Gold Toilet Is Stolen, Flooding The Palace by Artsjournal2

Though a man has been arrested “in connection with” the burglary, Maurizio Cattelan’s artwork hasn’t yet been recovered. “The golden lavatory, named America, drew large crowds when…

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The Hidden Box Of Dr. Seuss by Artsjournal2

Theodore Seuss Geisel died in 1991, but his widow was cleaning out a closet in 2013 when she came across a box of his unpublished, and some unfinished, manuscripts. Or, as the Times headline…

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A Gender Gap In Ballet Leadership Seems Too Weird – But It’s Real by Artsjournal2

Girls outnumber boys up to 20 to 1 in ballet classes, and so it seems like ballet would be one place – maybe the only place – where women would have the majority of leadership roles. Nop…

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Australia Has A Crisis In Its School Libraries by Artsjournal2

The crisis is this: As in the U.S., the number of teacher-librarians or librarians in schools has declined precipitously. Why? “Many principals opt to replace them with cheaper ‘library …

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Twenty Years Ago, Reality Shows ‘Broke TV’ And Paved The Way For Today by Artsjournal2

Used to be, the U.S. TV landscape had a few reality shows, nothing spectacular, nothing great. But 1999 changed things: “The drama, the spectacle and arguably the artifice of reality telev…

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MoviePass, Too Good To Be True, Has Finally Died by Artsjournal2

The promise – unlimited films for $10 a month – went far beyond its founders’ capital and far beyond what the market could support. But for a limited time in 2017, MoviePass was poised…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Can You Guess the Shakespeare Play from the Emojis? by Performerstuff

Can You Guess the Shakespeare Play from the Emojis? Written by Rose Helsinger Sept 15, 2019 Ghosts, witches, blood, and betrayal, oh my! Whether you’re an expert in Shakespeare, a con…

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Book Review: “As a River” — How Secrets Divide by Katharine Coldiron

As a River is a sensuously and smoothly written book, a heartfelt meditation on what divides us from each other and from love. The post Book Review: “As a River” — How Secrets Divide a…

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Music Feature: Funny Tales and Flying Fingers — Keyboard Whiz Rick Wakeman Steps Out by Jason M. Rubin

Prog legend Rick Wakeman is grumpy -- becoming a septuagenarian means he can no longer party like it’s 1969. The post Music Feature: Funny Tales and Flying Fingers — Keyboard Whiz Rick W…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Hear About Broadway's Beloved Onstage Couples & Their Love Songs on This Week's Elaine Paige on Sunday by

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday, and this week it's all about the most well-known onstage…

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Groff, Tomei & More Hit the Stage! 5 Must-Do Events for the Week of September 16 to 22 by Kathy Henderson

A flesh-eating plant, a lusty Sicilian widow and a teenage demigod are just three of the intriguing characters taking the stage on and off Broadway this week. Check out our five must-do even…

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This Week on Broadway for September 15, 2019: Betrayal by James Marino

Jena Tesse Fox, Peter Filichia, and James Marino talk about Betrayal, Derren Brown: Secret, The Huntington Theatre Company’s world premiere of The Purists, and Red Bull Theater presents Am…

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  TABULA RASA NYC THEATER AND PERFORMANCE LAB Proudly Presents the World Premiere of the Spanish Language Version of “Powerful production by Ramiro Antonio Sandoval.” – Carlos Navedo,…

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‘At least its message is clear’: THE KING OF HELL’S PALACE – Hampstead Theatre by Aleks Sierz

New docu-drama The King of Hell’s Palace about the Chinese blood-contamination scandal of 1990s is about corruption and cover-up.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Check Out the Map For the BC/EFA Flea Market and Grand Auction

The Broadway Cares/Equity Fights Aids annual flea market and grand auction is just one week away! BC/EFA has released the map of tables for this year's flea market.

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Sculptor Wendy Taylor Wants Pro-Leave Brexiters To Stop Using Her Work As A Symbol by Artsjournal2

Taylor’s sundial sculpture Timepiece has been used – or, as she thinks of it, co-opted – by a pro-Brexit party called the Time Party, who are using it both on their website and in thei…

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Biographer Jean Edward Smith, Who Brought Grant And Eisenhower Out Of Obscurity, Has Died At 83 by Artsjournal2

Smith not only cleared up the reputation of President Ulysses Grant – showing that “Grant’s poor reputation as president had been fostered in part by biased graduate students at Columb…

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BWW TV: Harvey Fierstein and Kimberly Senior Explain What BELLA BELLA Is All About!

MTC will soon present the World Premiere of Bella Bella, written and performed by Tony Award Winner Harvey Fierstein (Casa Valentina, Torch Song, Hairspray). The play will begin previews on …

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Can You Commit to Yourself? : 5 strategies to try to improve your health and wellness by Victoria Cairl

I’m a workaholic. I get validation from working hard and seeing results. It could be why in all the different avenues of working in… Continue reading on Medium »

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The Girl Who Published Her First Novel At 12, And Then Disappeared At 25 by Artsjournal2

Barbara Newhall Follett saw her first book – about a wild little girl who longs to be free from structures of brick and glass – published when she was 12. By the time she was 25, “Barb…

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Ireland Gets A New Museum Of Literature ‘In A Battle For The Soul Of Dublin’ by Artsjournal2

Well, that’s poetic, and sounds incredibly Irish. The director of the new Museum of Literature Ireland says, “We’re in competition with a lot of venues backed by private drinks compani…

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Robert Williams: Untimely Ripp’d by Trav S.D.

Actor Robert Williams (1894-1931) was on the fast track to stardom when death snatched him the moment he arrived. The North Carolina native ran away as a teenager to perform in tent shows an…

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"I’m Not Interested in More Allies. I Need Advocates." by Michael Bobbitt, Raymond O. Caldwell

By Michael Bobbitt, Raymond O. Caldwell. Michael J.

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Palpable objects seen by us on the stage are much more necessary and important for us actors than colorful canvases that we do not see.  Sculptural things live with us and we with them, whi…

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7 Broadway Favorites Who Balance Performing on the Main Stem and in Their Own Band by Keith Loria

Be More Chill’s Gerard Canonico, Hercules’ Tamika Lawrence and more reveal what it’s like to perform on Broadway and lead your own band at the same time.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Solaris review – love and loneliness collide in best take yet on sci-fi classic by Mark Fisher

Royal Lyceum, EdinburghDavid Greig follows Tarkovsky and Soderbergh with this bold, rewarding take on Stanisław Lem’s novel about a sentient planet speaking to its visitors If a sentient …

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Anne Rivers Siddons, Author Of ‘Peachtree Road’ And Other Books Whose Subject Was The New South by Artsjournal2

Siddons was an advertising copywriter before her buddy Pat Conroy, author of Prince of Tides, urged her to write about Atlanta – which she did. But that wasn’t her only topic. “‘The …

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Should You Really Go To A Book-Adapted Movie Before You Read The Book? by Artsjournal2

It’s an important question as The Goldfinch, based on a rather lengthy novel, hits theatres. And then … what about movies based on Stephen King books? “The more sophisticated the sourc…

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Study Shows That Gendered Discrimination, And A Lack Of Parental Support, Create Massive Barriers For Women Theatre Designers by Artsjournal2

Sometimes you just need a study to back up what seemingly everyone (at least the women) already knows: “The fields of design, production, and technical theatre are the most male-dominated…

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A Knife-Wielding Attacker Has Severely Damaged A Painting At The Pompidou by Artsjournal2

The painting, by Daniel Buren, is described as “a cotton canvas with white and red vertical stripes,” and the attacker was being held for psychiatric evaluation. – BBC

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The Royal Visit In The New Downton Abbey Movie Is Easy Peasy Compared To Reality by Artsjournal2

For one thing, there’s a limit to what you can portray on screen (who knew?): “The film depicts only a fraction of the staff required for similar occasions, as they would simply not fit…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Review: American Moor at by Dan Rubins

.: There's a white man sitting in the audience taking notes at this American Moor here's a white man sitting in the audience taking notes aterican Moor<

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Review: A Very Expensive Poison at by Kllizzie Loveridge

Lucy Prebble's new play exposes a political, murderous regime

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‘Weird & wonderful’: PRELUDES – Southwark Playhouse ★★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Described as a musical fantasia set in the hypnotised mind of Sergei Rachmaninoff, Dave Malloy’s weird and wonderful musical Preludes is like nothing you’ve ever seen before.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

26 Original Broadway Casts You Want to See Onstage by Marc J. Franklin

We asked, you answered: Playbill readers share their dream original casts they’d want to see on stage.

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Slave Play: the Broadway show sparking an intense debate on race by Miranda Bryant

The drama tackling race, sex and slavery by the youngest black male playwright on Broadway is seeing queues and grabbing the attention of theater’s biggest names Slave Play does not offic…

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The week in theatre: A Very Expensive Poison; A Doll’s House; Hedda Tesman – review | Susannah Clapp by Susannah Clapp

Old Vic; Lyric Hammersmith, London; Minerva, Chichester Lucy Prebble’s take on the Litvinenko murder swivels brilliantly between tragedy and farce, while Ibsen’s women still have much to…

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Lit review – a blistering look at teenage trauma by Chris Wiegand

Jubilee Hall, AldeburghEve Austin is vividly volatile as a schoolgirl adrift over summer holidays in Sophie Ellerby’s slow-burning drama for HighTide Year 9 is said to be the toughest for …

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Jay McGuiness Dusts Off His Dancing Shoes for the West End's Big the Musical by Matt Wolf

Jay McGuiness was a member of the popular English boy band The Wanted and won the 2015 edition of Strictly Come Dancing, the U.K. precursor to Dancing with the Stars. But he is currently ret…

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Sunday, September 15, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Surfacing’ at Expats Theatre Depicts the Desperation of the Displaced by John Stoltenberg

It isn’t every day you see a play that merges Becket and Martha Graham. That’s my takeaway from watching the hybrid form of Surfacing play out at the Atlas: Three actors are strictly cir…

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Acclaimed Mind Reader Derren Brown Opens Broadway-Debut Show Secret by Andy Lefkowitz

Following a sold-out off-Broadway engagement with Atlantic Theater Company, the acclaimed Derren Brown: Secret opens at Broadway's Cort Theatre on September 15. Andrew O'Connor and Andy Ny…

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Jeffrey Epstein case probed in new podcast Broken

A series with contributions from an investigative reporter who has worked on the story for years

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Derren Brown: Secret Opens on Broadway September 15 by Adam Hetrick

The two-time Olivier Award-winning mentalist and illusionist makes his Broadway debut at the Cort Theatre.

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Ana Villafañe Hosts Viva Broadway’s Hispanic Heritage Month Concert Series, El Conjunto, Launching September 15 by Andrew Gans

Dyllόn Burnside, Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Ana Isabelle, and Isabelle McCalla are among the performers for the first concert.

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IMPRESSIONS: 600 Highwaymen's "Manmade Earth" at The Invisible Dog Art Center as part of FIAF's Crossing the Line Festival by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: 600 Highwaymen's "Manmade Earth" at the Invisible Dog Art Center as part of FIAF's Crossing the Line Festival, "In athleisure or jeans and T-shirts, and, for two, hijabs, th…

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