Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest to play exclusive season in Melbourne in 2020 by Arts Review

Exclusive to Melbourne, a stage adaptation of one of the world’s most iconic stories, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, comes only to Her Majesty’s Theatre, Melbourne for a strictly lim…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

MIAF: Grey Rock by Arts Review

Written and directed by Amir Nizar Zuabi, Grey Rock tells the story of Yusuf, a widower and amateur astronaut determined to build and fly his own rocket so he can be the first Palestinian to…

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Community vision for Melbourne’s new public open space by Arts Review

The City of Melbourne is seeking community input on the use and purpose of Market Square – a new 1.5 hectare public open space in the Queen Victoria Market precinct. Lord Mayor Sally Capp …

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, October 14, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Some of Broadway to Dim Lights for Diahann Carroll, Busy Week of Openings, Disney to Present Preview of “High School Musical” Series This Week on Broadway for October 13, 2019: Slave Pla…

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CHASING RAINBOWS: The Road to Oz by Peter Filichia

There are occasional mentions of diet pills, appetite suppressants and laxatives. But Judy Garland’s taking such medications aren’t the focus...Continue Reading The post CHASING RAINBOWS…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

BalletX’s ‘The Little Prince’: The magic in the making by Admin

The Joyce Theater, New York, NY. October 1, 2019. I love to attend live dance art because there’s a magic that happens when it all comes together — when movement meets lighting meets mu…

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Review: A Son Mourns in ‘Notes on My Mother’s Decline’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Intimate but distant by design, Andy Bragen’s play takes us on a journey many are likely to face with an aging parent.

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Emma Van Heyn at The Bitter End by Jacquelyn Claire

Emma Van Heyn is a quirky millennial memoirist using music as flypaper for her unique perspective. She is one of those actor/pianist/storyteller/composer artists that create instant fans on …

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Hear a World Premiere Exclusive from Collabro and More on This Week's Elaine Paige on Sunday by

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday, and this week audiences are getting an exclusive world p…

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Country Queens of Broadway, A New Angel of Music & More! 5 Must-Do Events for the Week of October 14 to 20 by Kathy Henderson

Whatever your pleasure—old-school or brand new musicals, a timely play, a benefit honoring Broadway stars or a juicy TV biopic—our list of must-do events for the week of October 14 throu…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Queer Icons from Gay to Z – Activists, Artists and Trailblazers by Arts Review

The LGBTQ+ community is a loving family. As such, Patrick Boyle and Antoine Corbineau’s colourful book, Queer Icons from Gay to Z, celebrates our most iconoclastic sisters and brothers (an…

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A landmark theatrical event is coming to Melbourne by Peter J Snee

Experience one of the world’s most iconic stories on stage in the highly-anticipated stage adaptation of One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest.   Visionary director Tyran Parke will bring the…

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Ben Platt Reveals Further Details About Upcoming MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Film

Further details have been revealed for the upcoming Merrily We Roll Along film, starring Ben Platt and Beanie Feldstein.

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Gem of the Ocean by Steven Morris

The post Gem of the Ocean appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

The White Chip: A Blithe Spirit Spins Into Chronic Alcohol Abuse by Michael Sommers

★★★ Three actors make a cautionary saga of excessive drinking go down easily The post The White Chip: A Blithe Spirit Spins Into Chronic Alcohol Abuse appeared first on New York Stage …

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

NYC’s Foundry Theatre to Close After 25 Years by Artsjournal1

“In its 25-year history, the Foundry’s productions earned the company 14 Obie Awards. It differentiated itself from other companies by also having a robust social justice and community o…

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Cornel West on the Revolutionary Politics of the Foundry Theatre by Artsjournal1

“The Foundry was never reduced to a market brand for corporate picking or seduced into the new star on the block for avant-garde propping up. Instead, it put a premium on the blue notes sh…

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2019 Colour of Music Festival “Petit” Nashville Début Nov. 6-9 by Artsjournal1

“The Colour of Music Festival announces the Nashville, TN début of Colour of Music Festival ‘Petit’ November 6-9, 2019 at multiple noted venues throughout downtown Nashville, a five-d…

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Our Languages Are Dying by Artsjournal2

Of the world’s 6000 languages, half are in linguistic collapse. A new film records their music. “The musical landscape is sometimes gentle, sometimes aggressive, but it always keeps our …

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A Massive Sculpture Of An African American Last Supper Was Hidden Behind Drywall Until A Theatre Moved In by Artsjournal2

The Studio Acting Conservancy was just starting demolition work at a former church that will be its new home in Washington, D.C.’s Columbia Heights when the crew boss called the theatre’…

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WNYC Is Dropping Its ‘New Sounds’ Radio Program After 37 Years by Artsjournal2

Joining all of us, “‘Why would they do that?’ Laurie Anderson, the avant-garde composer and musician who was the first artist interviewed on the show when it began back in 1982, said b…

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The Books That Made Nnedi Okorafor A Writer by Artsjournal2

Okorafor is already a star of the science fiction novel-writing community, and she penned some episodes of Marvel’s Shuri as well. But she’s also about to hit screens with an HBO series …

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Why Is The Paris Art Scene Roaring Back To Life? by Artsjournal2

Brexit. Or maybe Macron? In any case, “London galleries are launching new spaces in Paris, and US dealerships, who would once have chosen London as their European base, are going to Paris …

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A Matter of Attribution & Legacy by Artsjournal2

Why is artist Angel “LA2” Ortiz not included when we’re discussing Keith Haring’s work? – Jan Herman

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How Much Should Family Members Be Able To Edit Memoir? by Artsjournal2

Dan Kois wonders if, in the age of the internet, his daughter should have the kind of editorial control she wants. “The lesson of sharing your work with a family member is that sometimes t…

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Is ‘Porgy’ A Stereotype? Take Two by Artsjournal2

Part of the reason we think so is Sidney Poitier’s depiction of Porgy in the Otto Preminger movie. – Joe Horowitz

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The Pre-Raphaelite Women Get At Least Part Of Their Due by Artsjournal2

They were painters, too, not just muses for the men. Why doesn’t everyone know that? Er, for instance: The classic-looking Queen Eleanor and Fair Rosamund is not by one of the big boys of …

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The Photographer Who Shot New York’s Real Garbage Fires by Artsjournal2

In this case, “That’s a trash fire!” was not a metaphor: In 1969, Puerto Rican and other Latinx activists used garbage fires to get city services to finally take them seriously, and Hi…

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Ballet Has Transformed The Lives Of Women In This New Zealand Prison by Artsjournal2

At the Auckland Region Women’s Correction Facility, the Royal New Zealand Ballet has taken on a plan to make ballet more accessible. The teacher of the women who asked to join the class sa…

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An Historian Says To Be Wary Of Written History by Artsjournal2

Why? “People say: history will exonerate me! But history never exonerates anyone. In fact, this makes me very wary about the role of written history – how unfair written history can be.…

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How Did A Promise For A Less Eurocentric Nobel Prize In Literature Turn Into Two European Winners? by Artsjournal2

And that’s not even taking into account the genocide apologist stance of the man who won. This two-year award “decision fails to demonstrate the widened perspective that Olsson promised.…

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Don’t believe it if they claim ‘What to Send Up When it Goes Down’ isn’t for you. It is. by Peter Marks

Courtesy of Woolly Mammoth, a play tallies the toll of racism in contemporary America.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda as Julián Castro, Billy Porter as MC in SNL Spoof of CNN LGBT Town Hall by New York Theater

On Thursday night,  CNN held an “LGBTQ Town Hall” in which nine of the Democratic candidates for President separately answered questions on lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and qu…

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Lynda Carter at The Appel Room by Sandi Durell

  by Adam Cohen   Lynda Carter regaled the audience within Jazz at Lincoln Center’s Appel Room Saturday night with songs that mattered to her.  Born in Arizona, Lynda Carter is best …

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

What Is THE LIGHTNING THIEF About? Oh We're Gonna Tell You

Listen up godlings, a god is speaking. It has come to our attention in a recent staff meeting that no one working here has any idea what The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical is rea…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

A Play ‘Meant to Trouble’ From a Writer Raised in Conservatism by Jennifer Schuessler

Will Arbery has brought the “secretive” world of Catholic intellectuals to the stage in “Heroes of the Fourth Turning.” He’s pleased to find that they appreciate being seen, not ju…

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Weekend Update: Billy Porter opens 'SNL' with a 'Warren-ing!' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Pittsburgh native joins his possible “Cinderella” costar, Camila Cabello, on the NBC show, as part of an Equality Town Hall sketch.

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Ghost Quartet’s shape-shifting, foot-stomping dreamscape another win for Crow’s Theatre by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Dave Malloy’s raucous song cycle plays in stark contrast to the solitude of The Flick, the theatre’s other standout autumn offering.

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Review: Partying to End the Patriarchy in a Dionysian ‘Girls’ by Ben Brantley

This head-tripping play from Branden Jacobs-Jenkins, inspired by Euripides’ “The Bacchae,” allows women past and present to find catharsis in one truly wild bash.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

This Week on Broadway for October 13, 2019: Slave Play by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk about Slave Play, Linda Vista, The Wrong Man @ MCC, Nothing Gold Can Stay @ A.R.T./New York, When It Happens To You @ The Sheen Cen…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Renee Fleming, Dove Cameron, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and More in THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA

L.A. Opera presents The Light in the Piazza! Get a first look at the production in the photos!

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VIDEO: Get a Sneak Peek at L.A. Opera's THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, Starring Renee Fleming

L.A. Opera presents The Light in the Piazza! Get a sneak peek at the cast in action in the video!

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VIDEO: Listen to the Official Pre-Show Music For BEETLEJUICE

Beetlejuice has released the musical's official pre-show music, composed by the show's music producer, Matt Stine!

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See Billy Porter and Lin-Manuel Miranda on Saturday Night Live by Mark Peikert

The Tony winners stopped by Studio 4H for the October 12 cold open.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: First Look at SWEENEY TODD Starring Lea Salonga and Jett Pangan

In cooperation with Atlantis Twenty and ABS-CBN, Atlantis Theatrical presents Tony winner Lea Salonga (Mrs. Lovett) and Jett Pangan (Sweeney Todd) in Sweeney Todd.

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What’s The Difference Between Self-Confidence And Narcissism? by Artsjournal2

In the 1990s, teens were learned things that turned out not to be true. “Self-esteem would keep us from doing drugs, teachers told us; self-esteem would keep us from having premarital sex.…

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Performance Artist Carlos Celdran Has Died In Exile At 46 by Artsjournal2

Celdran was arrested and convicted in the Philippines for a dramatic performance protest, and he fled to Spain to escape his sentence. Celdran, who led walking tours all over Manila that he …

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BWW Review: Joshua Henry Thrills With Authoritative Vocals, Sensitive Acting in Ross Golan's THE WRONG MAN

Songwriter Ross Golan has frequently ranked high in the pop charts with hits for the likes of Ariana Grande, Selena Gomez, Nicki Minaj and Justin Bieber, and for his first venture into music…

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Slave Play ** by Barry Gordin

By: Paulanne Simmons October 13, 2019: Playwright Jeremy O. Harris is making his Broadway debut this season with Slave Play, which premiered last season at New York Theater Workshop. Th…

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Hottest ticket in town: the mega sauna hosting a Euro theatre contest by Arifa Akbar

A drama competition for 200 naked people in a giant sauna? Our writer gets a sweaty taste of ‘aufgass’ in the Netherlands I am standing behind a partition rope, waiting for the theatre t…

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BWW Exclusive: Theater Critic Matt Windman Returns to French Woods for All-Female 1776

Two years ago, I revisited French Woods Festival of the Arts (which I attended from 1999 to 2002 as a camper/teen actor and then as an assistant director/stage manager) and BroadwayWorld kin…

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REVIEW: Groan Ups, Vaudeville Theatre London ✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Mischief Theatre's first offering Groan Ups as they start their residency at the Vaudeville Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: Groan Ups, Vaudeville Thea…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Confirmed: Billy Porter Will Play the Fairy Godmother in Upcoming CINDERELLA Film

BroadwayWorld recently reported on a rumor that Billy Porter would be joining the cast of the upcoming Cinderella film from Sony, starring Camila Cabello. According to Deadline, Porter confi…

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VIDEO: Lin-Manuel Miranda and Billy Porter Appear in SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE Cold Open

Last night's Saturday Night Live cold open saw appearances from Broadway favorites Lin-Manuel Miranda and Billy Porter.

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‘Unhinged’ Halloween at Winchester Mystery House by Anne Gelhaus

From the PG-13 frights of “Unhinged” to the family-friendly fun of the Trick-or-Treat Trail, the Winchester Mystery House is celebrating Halloween in ways befitting a purportedly haunted…

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Reimagining an Icon: ABIAH May Be Madonna’s New Lucky Star by Matthew Wexler

ABIAH, a soul singer with a soaring vocal range, takes on the Madonna songbook for his forthcoming album and recent Joe's Pub concert. The post Reimagining an Icon: ABIAH May Be Madonna’s …

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The Internet And Texting Are Changing Language – But Not For The Worse by Artsjournal2

IDEK why ppl think txting & emojis aren’t language. “Any concerns about what the internet is doing to our collective mental health must be set against the poetry that it has simultan…

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When A Star Stares Right Back by Artsjournal2

Why did The Washington Post reviewer (and the now-infamous headline writer) have such a hard time dealing with singer Debbie Harry’s memoir? Perhaps because “she always comes off as toug…

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The New Movie Tech Of Making Will Smith Look Like He’s A Quarter-Century Younger by Artsjournal2

Apparently this is, or was, a new process; “Digital humans have been put into shots before, but, according to Guy Williams, a visual effects supervisor at Weta who is quoted in the film’…

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Students At A U.S. University Burn A Campus Speaker’s Book by Artsjournal2

One student recorded the burning of author Jennine Capó Crucet’s novel, which Georgia Southern had chosen as a campus read: “These people decide to burn her book because ‘it’s bad a…

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The Messy, Textural, ‘Suitable For Ladies’ Medium Of Pastel by Artsjournal2

Hilariously to anyone who’s ever worked in, or anywhere near, pastels, “There’s one theorist who said it was better for women to use because they wouldn’t soil their fair hands the w…

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A Slate Of Recent Films Offers New Portrayals Of Asian, Not Tiger, Mothers by Artsjournal2

Films like Always Be my Maybe, To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before, The Farewell, and Searching create new images for larger mass consumption. “In these complex films, Asian American mothe…

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The Hong Kong Protesters Are Making Excellent Use Of Instagram-Ready Art by Artsjournal2

What defines the protests in the public’s memory might just be the art, including statues likening protesters to the Statue of Liberty and pop-art posters of Chinese officials and the city…

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Sing Yer Heart Out for the Lads review – a modern classic that displays a sense of danger by Mark Lawson

Chichester Festival theatreSet in a London pub during an England v Germany football match, the topical take on racism and nationalism shows Roy Williams’s 2002 play hasn’t dated It is un…

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Split review – a compelling duet lays bare the female form by Anna Winter

The Place, LondonLucy Guerin’s show features two dancers – one clothed and one nude – and explores identity and the public and private self Shame, power, money: so many issues and expe…

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What It Takes to Perform in 4 Broadway Shows in a Single Season by Emily Selleck

Current Mean Girls swing Maria Briggs worked more Broadway shows than any other performer. Here’s how she did it.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Euphrat exhibit explores ‘Space and Place’ by Anne Gelhaus

The artists’ reception for “Space and Place,” the new exhibit at the Euphrat Museum of Art, isn’t until Nov. 6, but there are plenty of activities for visitors to the museum at De An…

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An Exclusive Look Inside the First Performance of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Following the first preview October 12, Playbill captured the post-show celebration at the stage door.

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Magic Time!: A Theater Buff Auditions the GalaPro App by John Stoltenberg

How does that new GalaPro app work? How well does it work? And what’s it like to watch a show with it? This inquiring theatergoer wanted to know. Many Deaf and hard of hearing people are a…

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‘Vulnerable & celebratory performance’: WE DIG – Ovalhouse by Laura Kressly

Seeing a group of trans and non-binary people claim space like this in We Dig at Ovalhouse and openly share and reflect on the lives of trans people past and present is beautiful and importa…

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All We Need Is Audience Development? by Goran Tomka

By Goran Tomka. Goran Tomka looks at what audience development is, the phenomenon of an implied or implicit audience, decolonizing institutions, and more.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Creative Cauldron Announces “Bold New Musical Voices” Competition For Women Composers And Writers by News Desk

Creative Cauldron announces an open call for submissions for its new “Bold New Musical Voices” Festival, to be held from April 27 – May 6, 2020. The festival seeks new and innovative m…

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Review: ‘Master Harold’ … and the boys, Lyttleton Theatre  by Jessica Handscomb

Review: ‘Master Harold’ … and the boys, Lyttleton Theatre 5.0starsApartheid. A word that conjures up images of racism and injustice. South Africa, up until 1994, was segregated. Now, …

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U.S. Premiere of ‘White Pearl’ by Anchuli Felicia King To Premiere at Studio Theatre by News Desk

In her U.S. premiere, rising Thai-Australian playwright Anchuli Felicia King takes a scathing look at the ugliness of the beauty industry in White Pearl, beginning November 6, 2019, at…

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A Dispatch from the Charm City Fringe Festival by Patricia Mitchell

The Charm City Fringe is on! Here’s what I got up to last night. Reviews Poly-Theist “Brett was a married, 21-year-old monogamous Evangelical. Then he became the opposite.” When real p…

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Look Back at Broadway's Bloody Bloody Andrew Jackson by Marc J. Franklin

The rock musical, starring Tony nominee Benjamin Walker, opened at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre October 13.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Review: Danelaw, Old Red Lion Theatre by Olivia Kiely

Review: Danelaw, Old Red Lion Theatre4.0starsMany contemporary plays centre on current social and political affairs – few do it with the same level of intelligent humour as Danelaw, a play…

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Review: We Anchor In Hope, Bunker Theatre by Olivia Kiely

Review: We Anchor In Hope, Bunker Theatre 4.0stars What does everyone love about a pub? The characters, the stories, the reminiscing… and the booze. We Anchor In Hope wholly embraces this …

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The Panopticon review – intense and brutal tale of a loveless childhood by Mark Fisher

Traverse, EdinburghAnna Russell-Martin gives a magnetic performance as Anais, the 15-year-old resident of a care home, who dreams of reinventing herself Anna Russell-Martin doesn’t crack a…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

On my radar: Josie Long’s cultural highlights by Kathryn Bromwich

The comedian on the history that inspired her new podcast and her favourite new music and theatre Josie Long began performing standup at 14 and won the BBC New Comedy award at 17. After stud…

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‘Get’s you thinking’: MITES – Tristan Bates Theatre ★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

Mites at the Tristan Bates Theatre is an extremely well acted, funny piece, that get’s you thinking. A must see.

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

What do these performers have in common? by Peter J Snee

As I sit down to write at 7pm on a Sunday night, the final day of mental health awareness week, I wonder whether this post is a little too late. Despite the growing awareness of mental healt…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Right time, right place for High Fidelity at Turbine Theatre by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Paul Taylor-Mills, Vikki Stone and Tom Jackson Greaves talk about the new UK production of the musical based on Nick Hornby’s High Fidelity at London’s Turbine Theatre. Ma…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

The week in theatre: Mephisto [A Rhapsody]; A Day in the Death of Joe Egg; The Man in the White Suit – review by Kate Kellaway

Gate; Trafalgar Studios; Wyndham’s, London A stirring Faustian tale puts actors under the moral spotlight, a revival of Joe Egg is brave but bleak, and The Man in the White Suit fades fast…

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The Monstrous Heart review – grizzly mother-daughter reunion by Clare Brennan

Stephen Joseph theatre, ScarboroughOliver Emanuel’s Canadian log cabin drama goes nowhere slowly ’Tis a dark and snow-stormy night somewhere in Canada. After many years of separation, a …

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Sunday, October 13, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Fred and Rose West podcast paints a vivid picture of killers in audio

In Unheard a reporter who broke the story in 1994 delves into his long-forgotten archive

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Alison Cook Beatty Dance Partners with Award Winning Violinst Shem Guibbory for Artists in Motion 2019 Series- November 2nd through November 10th at t by The Dance Enthusiast

Alison Cook Beatty Dance, an emerging modern dance company based in New York City, is soon to roll out its performance series. Artists In Motion features two world premieres, live music,  n…

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