Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: Inside Rehearsal for ROCKERS ON BROADWAY 2019

The Path Fund Inc. presents this year's ROCKERS ON BROADWAY: The 70's!

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As rock-star portrayals go, it doesn’t get any better than Adrienne Warren as Tina Turner by Peter Marks

The new jukebox musical “Tina” has its official opening at Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Review - Tina: The Tina Turner Musical by Brian Scott Lipton

Adrienne Wareen is simply the best in Tina

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (18) by Artsjournal1

I’ve never bought a copy of Rolling Stone. but I did buy The Rolling Stone Record Review, a mass-market paperback that came out in 1971, and I read it until the glue dried up and the pages…

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‘Tina Turner Musical’ review: A towering Broadway performance by Johnny Oleksinski

If you want to relive Tina Turner’s prime, you can’t get much better than Adrienne Warren. The star of “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical,” which opened Thursday night on Broadway, has t…

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Review: The ‘Tina’ Musical Is One Inch Deep, Mountain High by Jesse Green

Tina Turner gets the bio-jukebox treatment, with all its lows (emaciated storytelling) and one of its peaks (a star-making performance from Adrienne Warren).

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Review: Peter Dinklage Tackles ‘Cyrano’ Without the Nose by Ben Brantley

The Emmy-winning “Game of Thrones” star shows off his abundant charisma in a lachrymose musical adaptation of Rostand’s classic.

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Two Nose-less “Cyrano” Adaptations (One Works) by Philip

Two recent adaptations of Edmond Rostand’s “Cyrano de Bergerac,” both titled simply “Cyrano,” play fast and loose with the 19th-Century French playwright’s masterpiece. At Two Ri…

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A nostalgic journey in ‘An Enchanted April’ at Theatre Row by Deb Miller

Elizabeth von Arnim’s 1922 novel The Enchanted April, set during the devastating aftermath of World War I and a severe epidemic of the influenza that ravaged England at the time, has been …

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Variations on villainy with Ian Merrill Peakes from the Folger Theatre’s ‘Amadeus’ by Ravelle Brickman

Villainy takes many forms. And Ian Merrill Peakes – now plotting revenge against a gifted rival in the Folger Shakespeare Theatre’s production of Amadeus – has played more than a few. …

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Broadway Review: “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical” at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre by David Roberts

There are two major elements that undeniably contribute to the success of the entrancing new Broadway Show “Tina – The Tina Turner Musical” now playing at the Lunt- Fontanne Theatre. T…

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A hectic, music-packed Tina - The Tina Turner Musical brings electricity to Broadway, not subtlety by Leah Greenblatt

“Can’t we slow down the groove just a little bit,” a young, gasping Tina Turner (Adrienne Warren) begs her hard-driving soon-to-be-husband early on in Tina – The Tina Tuner Musical. …

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Review: The Tina Turner musical can’t match its sublime star by Charles Isherwood

If a single voice, or a single performance, could send a Broadway musical soaring to greatness, “Tina: The Tina Turner Musical” would handily qualify as one of the best musicals to emerg…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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TORMENT TO TRIUMPH by Jeremy Gerard

Adrienne Warren is exhilarating as Tina Turner in this biomusical.

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Tina: Better Than All the Rest (of the Jukebox Musicals) by Jesse Oxfeld

★★★★ A triumphant Adrienne Warren powers the best biomusical in years The post Tina: Better Than All the Rest (of the Jukebox Musicals) appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Tina: Trying, Too Hard, to Catch Fire by Elysa Gardner

★★ Broadway's latest jukebox tribute honors the queen of rock and soul The post Tina: Trying, Too Hard, to Catch Fire appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Thespian Throwback: Diamond Jubilee by Don Corathers

Looking back at the 75th birthday of ITS The post Thespian Throwback: Diamond Jubilee appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Cyrano: Great Edmond Rostand Play Less Than Great in Musical Tune-up by David Finkle

★★ Peter Dinklage plays the iconic swordsman in director Erica Schmidt's adaptation The post Cyrano: Great Edmond Rostand Play Less Than Great in Musical Tune-up appeared first on New Y…

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Cyrano: A New Musical Based on an 1897 Classic Comes Up Short by Michael Sommers

★★★ Peter Dinklage plays the title role in The New Group's world premiere The post Cyrano: A New Musical Based on an 1897 Classic Comes Up Short appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (53) by Robert Shuman

Doctor Stockman became popular at once in Moscow, and especially so in Petrograd. “The Enemy of the People” became the favorite play of the revolutionists, notwithstanding the fact that …

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‘Tina – The Tina Turner Musical’ Review: Love For Broadway’s Newest Star’s Got A Lot To Do With It by Greg Evans

There’s a terrific YouTube clip of Janis Joplin, resplendent in a 1969 splash of crimson, purple and gold, trying to explain to a square Dick Cavett why Tina Turner is her favorite singer,…

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Read the Reviews for Tina: The Tina Turner Musical on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The bio-musical officially opened November 7.

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Review Roundup: TINA- THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL Opens On Broadway- See What The Critics Are Saying!

A new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL opens on Broadway tonight!

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Conchita Wurst and Trevor Ashley announce Sydney and Melbourne concerts by Gabi Bergman

For one night only join Austria’s greatest glam pop vocalist along with Australia’s queen of cabaret in an evening to remember.  Eurovision legend Conchita Wurst returns to Australia wi…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Review Roundup: CYRANO Opens Off-Broadway Starring Peter Dinklage - Read the Reviews!

The New Group's Cyrano is playing a limited Off-Broadway engagement through December 22 at The Daryl Roth Theatre.

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Armenian Monuments That Stood Centuries Are Completely Wiped Out by Artsjournal

The scope of the destruction is stunning: 89 medieval churches, 5,840 khachkars and 22,000 tombstones, the report said. The annihilation of cultural heritage dwarfs the more widely reported …

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Ted Gioia: Music As A Cultural Storage Medium by Artsjournal

What people don’t understand is that, for most of history, music was a kind of cloud storage for societies. I like to tell people that music is a technology for societies that don’t have…

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Inside China’s Sprawling Movie City Sets by Artsjournal

Hengdian World Studios, built in the 1990s on farmland in China’s southeastern Zhejiang Province, claims to be the world’s largest outdoor film studio and features full-scale replicas of…

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No One’s Buying Mark Halperin’s Book. His Publisher Says Its “Cancel Culture” by Artsjournal

“In this guilty-until-proven-innocent cancel culture, where everyone is condemned to death or to a lifetime of unemployment based on an accusation that’s 12 years old, is criminal,” Ju…

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Director of Development by Artsjournal

San Juan Community Theatre seeks a Director of Development to join our team in Friday Harbor.

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The Peace Center seeks a Vice President, Operations by Artsjournal

DHR International has been exclusively retained to conduct the search for Vice President, Operations for the Peace Center in Greenville, SC.

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‘Tina: The Tina Turner Musical’ Traps a Living Legend In a Disappointing Dud by David Cote

Adrienne Warren, playing Tina Turner, is deserving of applause, but the show around her borders on sacrilege of a living goddess.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Quiz: Which Jukebox Musical Are You?

It's time to see which jukebox musical you are! Are you Tina? Jersey Boys? Beautiful? We're celebrating Tina's Broadway opening night by giving you the chance to see which of Broadway's icon…

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MARTIN SCORSESE: I SAID MARVEL MOVIES AREN’T CINEMA. LET ME EXPLAIN. by Robert Shuman

(Martin Scorsese’s article appeared in The New York Times, 11/6.) When I was in England in early October, I gave an interview to Empire magazine. I was asked a question about Marvel movie…

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Samuel Bailey’s “Shook” at Southwark Playhouse by Mert Dilek

The winner of the 2019 Papatango New Writing Prize, Shook by Samuel Bailey offers a glimpse into an unexpected corner of the criminal justice system. It is set in a classroom, but not in a s…

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“Dr. Ride’s American Beach House:” Ready for Orbit by Abigail Weil

It’s June 18, 1983. You’re a waitress in St. Louis who’s all but given up her dreams of achieving renown, or at least impact, as a poet. You’re in an unsatisfying relationship and a …

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This Sunday in Philly: Come See Me and “Carl Laemmle” by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of early silent film star King Baggot (read my full post on Baggot here). That makes today the perfect time to announce that I’ll be in Philadelphia this Sunday at th…

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Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell Will Be Honored with Stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame

Variety reports that 'Frozen 2' stars Idina Menzel and Kristen Bell will be honored with a double Walk of Fame star ceremony.

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‘Cyrano’ review: Peter Dinklage musical is a moody mess by Johnny Oleksinski

In 2003, the rock band the National released an album called “Sad Songs for Dirty Lovers.” That would also make a good title for their new musical, “Cyrano,” which opened off-Broadwa…

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Review: Peter Dinklage stands tall in Cyrano by Brian Scott Lipton

The show’s tallest order has been fulfilled as Dinklage brings his now-signature brand of razor-sharp wit, melancholy, intelligence – and a decent baritone singing voice – to the piece…

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Cyrano Review: Peter Dinklage Sings, Without a Fake Nose or Much Panache by Jonathan Mandell

Peter Dinklage’s singing voice would not normally qualify him for a role in a musical, unless in a Disney animated movie as a singing rhinoceros. But Rex Harrison couldn’t really sing ei…

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Book Review: “Vernon Subutex 1” — Rock and Roll, Drugs, and Sex Among the Over-The-Hill Gang by Katharine Coldiron

Virginie Despentes novel reads like Paul Thomas Anderson’s Magnolia mashed with Don Quixote and set in contemporary Paris. The post Book Review: “Vernon Subutex 1” — Rock and Roll, …

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Mary-Louise Parker Will Lead WEEDS Sequel Series

Deadline reports that Mary-Louise Parker will reprise her role on an upcoming 'Weeds' sequel series from Starz. The original series ran between 2005 and 2012.

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Cyrano review at Daryl Roth Theatre, New York – ‘Peter Dinklage is superb in a confused musical adaptation’ by Nicole Serratore

Neither a fully formed musical nor a staged concept album, this adaptation of Edmond Rostand’s play Cyrano de Bergerac, featuring music and

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The New Group’s ‘Cyrano’ at the Daryl Roth Theatre has the unrequited love but not the panache by Deb Miller

Making its Off-Broadway debut at the Daryl Roth Theatre, following a developmental presentation by Goodspeed Musicals in August 2018, is The New Group’s production of Cyrano – Erica Schm…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Burning Man: The Musical’ is coming — here’s what you need to know by Patrick May

'Burning Man: The Musical' gets a staged reading Dec. 7-8 at Z Space in San Francisco

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David Byrne And Writer Mala Gaonkar To Premiere New Immersive Theatre Experience THEATER OF THE MIND

The Denver Center for the Performing Arts Off-Center is excited to announce the world premiere immersive production, Theater of the Mind, coming to Denver in August 2020 co-created by Talk…

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Hear me talking to you (cont’d) by Terry Teachout

Titus Techera, who hosts a podcast for the American Cinema Foundation on which he and his guests discuss important films of the past and present, invited me back for the latest in a series o…

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Idina Menzel, Anna Kendrick, and More Guest on LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN Next Week

Nationally syndicated morning talk show a?oeLive with Kelly and Ryana?? announces the lineup of guests appearing on the show the week of Nov. 11a?"15.

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Cyrano, Starring Peter Dinklage by New York Theater

Peter Dinklage’s singing voice would not normally qualify him for a role in a musical, unless in a Disney animated movie as a singing rhinoceros. But Rex Harrison couldn’t really sing ei…

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Face to Face with Hayden Tee by Gabi Bergman

New Zealand-born Hayden has made his mark in the world of Musical Theatre both down under and internationally. His iconic portrayal of Inspector Javert in Les Miserables has been seen acros…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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BWW College Guide - Everything You Need to Know About California Institute of the Arts in 2019/2020

With college theatre program auditions just around the corner, we're highlighting some of the country's most prestigious theatre programs and chatting with the schools' faculty to give you i…

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Get A Look Inside Rehearsals For The Broadway Revival of WEST SIDE STORY

Something great is coming! Rehearsals are currently underway for this season's Broadway revival of the classic musical West Side Story, directed by Tony winner Ivo van Hove. Get ready to see…

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Reputation review – one woman's words against a Hollywood bully by Michael Billington

The Other Palace, London This new musical by Alick Glass carries its fight against 30s movie plagiarism with pleasant songs, but lacks the showbiz sparkle to land a killer punch This theatre…

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Odds & Ends: Michael Park to Appear on Netflix Romantic Comedy Series Dash & Lily & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Michael Park Lands Role in Netflix Romantic Comedy Series Dash & Lily Michael Park, the Emmy-winning star who recently wr…

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BC/EFA Awards Emergency Grants To Aid California Wildfires

As catastrophic wildfires continue to threaten areas of northern California, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, in collaboration with the San Francisco-based Hamilton - And Peggy tour, is se…

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Why Is Susan Lieu Self-Funding a 10-City Tour? by American Theatre Editors

In telling the story of her mother, who died under a careless plastic surgeon’s knife, she hopes to illuminate both grief and injustice. 

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BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Opening Night Red Carpet at TINA- Watch Live!

A new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL opens on Broadway tonight, November 7. The best of Broadway will walk the red carpet tonight t…

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Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS and Hamilton Collaborate to Grant $100,000 Toward California Wildfire Relief by Ryan McPhee

Grants will be awarded to four northern California organizations.

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House Manager, Music Director, Internships, More in this Week's BroadwayWorld Classifieds, 11/7

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 11/7/2019 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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Exclusive: More Photos Of Christina Bianco in FUNNY GIRL in Paris

BroadwayWorld has an exclusive extended look at Christina Bianco in Funny Girl in Paris, which began performances at Théâtre Marigny November 7th, 2019 and opened tonight!

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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‘Slave Play’ Author Jeremy O. Harris Has Made For Himself A ‘For Colored Girls’-Style ‘Choreopoem’ by Artsjournal1

“The new work, Black Exhibition” — which he developed under the pseudonym @GaryXXXFisher — “is described in the script as an attempt ‘to look at a queer black male psyche through…

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Why Jeremy O. Harris Had A Special Performance Of His ‘Slave Play’ For A Black Audience by Artsjournal1

“That was me being able to look certain people in the face and say: ‘You’re wrong.’ So many people have dictated what my intentions were with Slave Play. One of the things they’ve …

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The Trance Effects Of Arts by Artsjournal

Effervescence is generated when humans come together to make music or perform rituals, an experience that lingers when the ceremonies are over. The suggestion, therefore, is that collective …

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Washington DC Is Getting A Museum Devoted To Language by Artsjournal

Planet Word isn’t the first to tackle language and reading in a museum format — there’s Mundolingua in Paris, as well as language museums in Toronto and the Netherlands, among others …

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BWW Readers Tell Us Even More Funny On-Stage Mishaps!

We asked, and you delivered! We recently asked BroadwayWorld readers to name the funniest on-stage mishaps they've either seen on stage or experienced while performing. We received so many h…

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Check Out These Exclusive First Images From Einstein's Dreams Off-Broadway by Nathan Skethway

Zal Owen stars as the famous physicist in the Prospect Theater Company production at 59E59 Theaters.

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Take a Look Back at the Broadway Revival of Godspell by Nathan Skethway

The production opened at Circle in the Square Theatre November 7, 2011.

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Arian Moayed, Anna Deavere Smith, More Tapped for Anna Delvey Netflix Series by Olivia Clement

Inventing Anna, written by Shonda Rhimes, will be a 10-episode limited drama.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Google Arts & Culture Announced Initiative to Digitize Puerto Rican Artwork For the First Time

In a new initiative, Google Arts & Culture has teamed up with Lin-Manuel Miranda and Luis Miranda Jr. and a network of museums in Puerto Rico to bring the island's artworks together onli…

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PURE HARMONY by Jeremy Gerard

Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince top the duo’s annual fall fling, while Lainie Kazan remembers flings, flames and fiascos.

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BWW TV: Randy Rainbow Tells Us All About His New Christmas Album, NYC Show & More!

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Broadway Records will release Randy Rainbow: Hey Gurl, It's Christmas! tomorrow, November 8, 2019. The album is currently available for pre-order at Bro…

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Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Officially Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Following an Olivier-nominated West End run, the new bio-show Tina: The Tina Turner Musical officially opens at Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 7. Tony-nominated actress Adri…

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Spotlight On...Roberto Araujo by Michael Block

Name: Roberto AraujoHometown: Mexico City, MexicoEducation: Theatre Major in Mexico CitySelect Credits: West Side Story at North Shore Music Theatre, In the Heights at GALA Theatre, Evita at…

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Ceiling Collapses During Performance of Death of a Salesman at London's Piccadilly Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

London's Piccadilly Theatre was evacuated during a performance of Death of a Salesman on November 6 after part of the theater's ceiling crashed down. Paramedics were called to the West End …

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Preston Truman Boyd Says Playing Javert in the Les Misérables National Tour Was 'Written in the Stars' by Caitlin Moynihan

Preston Truman Boyd is getting ready to go across the country by joining the national tour of Les Misérables as the newest Javert. Known for his roles in Broadway's Kiss Me, Kate, The Play…

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Backstage at Jagged Little Pill with Kathryn Gallagher, Episode 2: Hello, Previews! by Broadway.com

Jagged Little Pill's Kathryn Gallagher shows us what it's like backstage as the new musical begins Broadway previews.

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Andy Señor Jr. of Revolution Rent by Broadway.com

Andy Señor Jr. stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about his documentary about bringing Rent to Cuba, Revolution Rent, with Paul Wontorek.

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American Theatre Wing Sets Date for 65th Annual Obie Awards by Andy Lefkowitz

Mark your calendar! The American Theatre Wing and The Village Voice have announced a May 18, 2020 ceremony date for the 65th Annual Obie Awards. The yearly celebration of off- and off-off-Br…

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Annaleigh Ashford, Jayne Houdyshell & More to Join Angela Lansbury in The Importance of Being Earnest Benefit by Andy Lefkowitz

Roundabout Theatre Company has compiled a talent-packed cast for its upcoming one-night benefit staging of Oscar Wilde's The Importance of Being Earnest. The previously announced performance…

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How Andy Señor Jr. Went from Producing Rent in Cuba to Making a Documentary by Caitlin Moynihan

Andy Señor Jr. has been involved with Rent since 1997, and now he's offering audiences an inside look into the musical's historic 2015 Cuban production with the new documentary Revolution R…

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Tickets Are Now on Sale for The Minutes Starring Tracy Letts, Jessie Mueller & Armie Hammer by Broadway.com

Tickets are now on sale for the Broadway premiere of Tracy Letts' Pulitzer-finalist play The Minutes. Anna D. Shapiro will direct the production, set to begin previews on February 25, 2020 a…

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Reckless Sleepers create new family show for Dartington by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Theatre company Reckless Sleepers are debuting their new show, A Long Long Time, at Dartington in Devon this winter. This post Reckless Sleepers create new family show for Dar…

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Livestreaming the National Theater Project (NTP) Appalachia Regional Convening

By . New England Foundation for the Arts (NEFA) and Carpetbag Theatre present the National Theater Project (NTP) Appalachia Regional Convening livestreaming from Knoxville, Tenessee on th…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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The Madwomen Monologues hit The Butterfly Club by Arts Review

The Madwomen Monologues returns with a fresh crop of brilliant, original scripts by emerging local playwrights at the iconic The Butterfly Club this November. Independent theatre company Bag…

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On the Couch with Hugo Chiarella by Arts Review

Who is Hugo Chiarella? I am a writer, producer and occasional performer. I am husband to actress Gabrielle Scawthorn. I am also the book writer and lyricist for the musical DreamSong which i…

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Terminus: Jess Johnson and Simon Ward by Arts Review

A mysterious universe of alien architecture, humanoid clones and cryptic symbols, Heide Museum of Modern Art presents the National Gallery of Australia exhibition Terminus – a collaboratio…

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Bringing big entertainment to a small town near you by Arts Review

Audiences across regional Victoria will get an exciting mix of entertainment in 2020 thanks to the latest round of funding from the Victorian Government. Minister for Creative Industries Mar…

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The Greatest Showman Vocalist Loren Allred to Debut Solo Show at Joe’s Pub by Noah Mutterperl

Allred, who sang “Never Enough” on the movie’s soundtrack, will play her first NYC show January 18, 2020.

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Check Out The Ensemblist’s New Tribute to Broadway Kids All Grown Up by Nathan Skethway

The popular platform pays to tribute to performers who have continued to make a splash on Broadway after making their debuts as children.

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Dr. Ride’s American Beach House by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Plays about lives of quiet desperation are difficult to pull off because you run the risk of boring the audience. Liza Birkenmeier’s “Dr. Ride’s American Beach House” has all the ele…

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Earth to Kenzie has a message: kids are homeless too by Deanna Isaacs

There are three public performances of Lyric's new children's opera this weekend. Contemporary stories are having a welcome moment at Lyric Opera. While Dead Man…

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Michael Park Tapped for Recurring Role on Netflix's Dash & Lily by Emily Selleck

The romantic comedy series from Be More Chill and The Lightning Thief's Joe Tracz will be released in 2020.

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Like Your Netflix? It’s Not Going To Be Like This Much Longer by Artsjournal

The vast majority of Netflix’s viewers (upwards of 80 percent, according to him) watch licensed content (“Friends” and the like) and in order to create a library of programming audienc…

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Literature’s Cult Of The Sad, Suffering Female by Artsjournal1

Leslie Jamison considers “the enduring appeal of the afflicted woman — especially the young, beautiful, white afflicted woman: our favorite tragic victim, our repository of rarefied, ele…

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Billy Porter Joins Lineup of Cyndi Lauper's Home for the Holidays Benefit Concert

Cyndi Lauper a?" the Grammy, Emmy and Tony-winning icon and advocate a?" has announced the lineup for her 9th annual Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays benefit concert, presen…

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Pale Sister review – Colm Tóibín and Lisa Dwan's twist on Antigone by Helen Meany

Gate, DublinThe acclaimed writer’s version of the Greek tragedy focuses on her sister Ismene, with plenty of modern relevances Colm Tóibín’s new version of the Greek tragedy Antigone d…

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George Street Playhouse begins new era with ‘Last Days of Summer’ by Jay Lustig

The Elizabeth Ross Johnson Theater (the larger of NBPAC’s two theaters) is as beautiful and comfortable a space as one could have hoped for, and director Jeff Calhoun has assembled a fine …

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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I Interview Playwrights Part 1067: Christopher Daftsios by Adam Szymkowicz

Chris Daftsios Hometown: Born in St. Paul, MN, raised in Ann Arbor, Mi. Current Town: Living in New York City. Q:  Tell me about Lily. A:  Lily is the story of aging, alcoholic cou…

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Siegfried Tieber – the magic of “Red Thread” by Pauline Adamek

Photo by Will Haraldson. Ecuadorian-born, Los Angeles-based illusionist Siegfried Tieber is currently performing his new magic show in Downtown LA. Best known for his close-up card wor…

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A Sneak Peek at Harry Townsend’s Last Stand Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The George Eastman play, starring Len Cariou and Craig Bierko, begins performances at New York City Center November 18.

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‘A Chorus Line’ is back, and you’ll enjoy the new spring in its step. by Peter Marks

Signature Theatre revives the Pulitzer- and Tony-winning musical, with energy and heart.

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Georgia's Ensemble Basiani Returns to Lincoln Center's White Light Festival by Ann Crews Melton

The all-male a cappella choir, embodying otherworldly sound from the world’s oldest polyphonic tradition, performs November 13.

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People You Should Know . . . Shabazz Green by Zack Calhoon

(Photo by Paul Greco) Shabazz Green - New York Credits: Philosophy for Gangsters (Beckett Theatre); Intruder: The Musical (Hudson Guild).  Regional Credits: Oklahoma (Denver Center for the …

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Department of Dreams by Lara Altunian

The post Department of Dreams appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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People’s Light Announces 45th Anniversary Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature the world premiere of a musical about Civil Rights activist Bayard Rustin.

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Catherine Deneuve Hospitalized After Minor Stroke by Artsjournal1

“The 76-year-old screen icon … had a ‘very limited stroke which is reversible’, her family said in a statement. ‘Happily she has no loss of motor function, although she will of cou…

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Trump’s Justice Dept. Threatens Publisher Of Book By Anonymous Administration Official by Artsjournal1

“The Justice Department is going on the offensive against the anonymous author of A Warning, telling them in a letter obtained by CNN Business that he or she “may be violating ‘one or …

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A Picasso And Giacometti Museum Will Open Next Year In Beijing by Artsjournal1

“Paris’s National Picasso Museum and the Giacometti Foundation are teaming up to manage the new institution for at least the first five years, from June 2020 through June 2025. (After th…

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Philip Glass Has Zero Interest In A Legacy (But Lots Of Interest In ‘Selling Out’) by Artsjournal1

“If the question is whether, a century from now, his operas will get new productions, his symphonies will circulate more frequently, or pianists will take on his études, Mr. Glass couldn…

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James Dean, Who Died 64 Years Ago, To Star In New Film by Artsjournal1

Two visual-effects companies will apply CGI to surviving film footage and photographs of the actor, who was killed in a car crash at age 24 in 1955, to create “a realistic version of James…

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What Happens When You Get Your Dream Ballet Career And You’re Still Miserable? by Artsjournal1

“Countless dancers find themselves at a crossroads when they question whether they still love dance, whether the sacrifices are worth it or whether a professional career is truly what they…

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Everything It Takes To Put On, And Get Through, Philip Glass’s ‘Akhnaten’ At The Met by Artsjournal1

Says Anthony Roth Costanzo, who plays the title role, “It brings you back to the most fundamental things about your technique. And if your house is not in order, you’re not going to get …

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There’s Going To Be An American-History-And-The-Bible Museum On Philadelphia’s Independence Mall by Artsjournal1

The American Bible Society is building a $60 million museum, roughly halfway between Independence Hall and the National Constitution Center, that it’s calling the Faith and Liberty Discove…

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Employees At LA’s Marciano Art Foundation Gave Notice They Were Unionizing. Two Days Later They Were Laid Off by Artsjournal

A tersely worded email sent to employees at 6:13 p.m. Tuesday stated that attendance was low and that the museum would be closing its current exhibition effective Wednesday. – Los Angeles …

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U.S. Supreme Court To Rule On Whether A State Can Be Sued For Violating A Creator’s Copyright by Artsjournal1

Back in the 1990s, videographer Frederick Allen documented the salvage of the pirate Blackbeard’s 280-year-old wrecked ship on the North Carolina coast. Earlier this decade, a department o…

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Cleveland Orchestra: First Balanced Budget In Three Years, Endowment Up To Record High by Artsjournal

For the first time since 2015, the orchestra this year is in the black. On a budget of $53 million supporting everything from concerts and touring to outreach and special presentations under…

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Want To See The Sistine Chapel Without The Crowds? It’ll Cost You by Artsjournal

For just $76 per person, you can take a guided tour through the halls of the Vatican after the crowds have gone home. Tour groups now arrange affordable, intimate nighttime visits to the hea…

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Spotlight on Broadway Celebrates Oz: Matt Doyle as The Tin Man

Check out all new photos of Matt Doyle as The Tin Man and chart his long and varied stage career.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Michael Park to Recur on Netflix's DASH & LILY

Michael Park, Glenn McCuen, Gideon Emery, Jennifer Ikeda, and Diego Guevera are set to recur in Netflix's new romantic comedy series Dash & Lily, according to Deadline. 

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Photo Flash: Slava Polunin Gets Ready to Bring SLAVA'S SNOWSHOW to Broadway

World-renowned clown Slava Polunin arrived in New York City on Wednesday and made it snow at Sardi's Restaurant, ahead of the Broadway return of his Tony-nominated, Olivier Award-winning int…

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Review: Cherry Creek Theatre’s “Tuesdays With Morrie” is a warm, familiar treat by Lisa Kennedy, The Know

The production, based on the book by Mitch Albom, runs through Nov. 24

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‘Camp Blue,’ an affecting play about men surviving enlistment in the Vietnam War by David Siegel

Dispatch from the front. “Greetings: You are hereby ordered for induction in the Armed Forces of the United States.”   For those in the audience of the Boomer generation, Rainbow Theat…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 01:41PM

Season 2 of Opera Podcast Aria Code Will Feature Judi Dench, Anna Chlumsky, and More by Ryan McPhee

The series, hosted by Rhiannon Giddens, returns to dissect performances by such singers as Renée Fleming, Anna Netrebko, and Eric Owens.

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BWW Exclusive: Greg Hildreth, Nikki Renee Daniels, and Christopher Fitzgerald Get Ready for COMPANY on Broadway!

Just last month came casting news of Marianne Elliott's upcoming visionary production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's landmark musical comedy Company, and the cast is still celebrati…

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Photo Flash: Bob Mackie And Jack Viertel Visit Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation

Acclaimed costume designer Bob Mackie and theater luminary Jack Viertel laughed and cheered along with the audience when they visited The Tony Award ® winning FORBIDDEN BROADWAY, Gerard Ale…

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1st Stage to host musical group All 4 Bass on November 16th by David Siegel

Another unique cabaret evening is arriving at 1st Stage in Tysons. It is a musical performance by the quartet All 4 Bass. The event is entitled Play it LOW…Play it COOL. The All 4 Bass …

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ATG commits to paying backstage and front-of-house staff while Piccadilly Theatre remains closed by Matthew Hemley

Backstage and front-of-house staff from the Piccadilly Theatre will continue to be paid by Ambassador Theatre Group while the venue remains closed,

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Death of a Salesman moves performances to Young Vic while Piccadilly remains closed by Georgia Snow

Death of a Salesman will stage a series of scratch performances at the Young Vic this week, following the partial ceiling collapse

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Photo Flash: Kelli O'Hara, Jane Lynch and More Attended the Lincoln Center Fall Gala

Last night, the Lincoln Center Fall Gala honored John E. Waldron for his continued support of the arts. The evening raised over $4 million in support of Lincoln Center for the Performing Ar…

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Photo Flash: Kelli O'Hara, Jane Lynch and More Honor John E. Waldron at Lincoln Center Fall Gala

Last night, the Lincoln Center Fall Gala honored John E. Waldron for his continued support of the arts. The evening raised over $4 million in support of Lincoln Center for the Performing Ar…

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Review: Dhana and the Rosebuds, an intriguing but unsuccessful drama on the plight of Syrian refugees by Alexander C. Kafka

In theory, Dhana and the Rosebuds, a theater-dance hybrid about a Syrian emigree seeking her refugee grandmother, should be compelling. It is topical. Its wedding of abstract and ritualized …

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Review: Mozart’s whimsical The Magic Flute from Washington National Opera by Daniella Ignacio

Wild things abound in this production of  Washington National Opera’s The Magic Flute, currently playing at the Kennedy Center. With Maurice Sendak’s artwork at its forefront, the opera…

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‘Moving & beautifully crafted performance’: LIGHT FALLS – Manchester ★★★★★ by Kristy Stott

Light Falls is Sarah Frankcom’s swan song as artistic director at the Royal Exchange. And what a moving and beautifully crafted performance to leave on. Light Falls is one of the best perf…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: Reputation, The Other Palace Studio London ✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Reputation - a new musical by Alick Glass now playing at The Other Palace London. This post REVIEW: Reputation, The Other Palace Studio London ✭ first …

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How To Temporarily Block A Page From Google Search Results by Drew McManus

There are all sorts of reasons why you may need to block a page from appearing in Google search results and fortunately, Google provides a tool you can use to make this happen. Having said t…

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VIDEO: Asher Reynolds Performs DEAR EVAN HANSEN's 'Waving Through a Window'

Today is a great day, and here's why: we have a look at 13-year old Asher Reynolds performing the Dear Evan Hansen classic 'Waving Through a Window' in his latest music video. Check out the …

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Stewart Lee: Tornado / Snowflake review – joyously funny by Brian Logan

Leicester Square theatre, LondonWith typical deftness, the standup has made his scintillating two-part show a hymn to political correctness and a giddy attack on lefty sensibilities What is …

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Co-Host 2020 Met Gala with Meryl Streep and Emma Stone

Planning is underway for the 2020 Met Gala, which this year will be themed: About Time: Fashion and Duration. Set to host the festivities are Broadway favorite Lin-Manuel Miranda, Meryl Stre…

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Last chance to see: shows closing this month by Kitty Underwood

Check out our round-up of all the best shows closing this month!Every month we pull together some of the best shows closing this month or leaving London for a wider tour! Here are some of th…

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Date, Venue, and Judges Set for 2020 Obie Awards by Andrew Gans

The annual awards honor Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway productions.

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People You Should Know . . . Mikhl Yashinsky by Zack Calhoon

Mikhl Yashinsky-Born in Detroit and educated at Harvard, where he studied modern European history and literature. Acting: Nokhum/Mordkhe (Fidler afn dakh), Tankhum (Der goylem), Guildenstern…

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Grace Stafford, The Woman Woody Pecker by Trav S.D.

I know you are lured by the headline but there are other things to tell about Grace Stafford (Grace Boyle (1903-1992) first. Stafford was only 16 years old when she married actor Tom Keene i…

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In Which We Exhume “Petrocelli” by Trav S.D.

Okay, now here me out: Petrocelli (1974-76) was kind of like Perry Mason meets Baretta, mixed with a backwards version of McCloud, with some Rashomon thrown in. Barry Newman played the titul…

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Annaleigh Ashford, Jayne Houdyshell, and More Join Angela Lansbury in THE IMPORTANCE OF BEING EARNEST Benefit Reading

Roundabout Theatre Company will present a one-night only Benefit Reading of Oscar Wilde's beloved comedy The Importance of Being Earnest starring the legendary 5-time Tony winner Angela Lans…

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A Look Back at the Tony Award-Winning Stage Career of The Sound Inside Star Mary-Louise Parker

It's a #TBT with MLP! Look back at The Sound Inside star's career on stage.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Annaleigh Ashford, Jayne Houdyshell, and More Join Angela Lansbury in Benefit Reading of The Importance of Being Earnest by Olivia Clement

Roundabout unveils an all-star cast for its fall event at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway.

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London's DEATH OF A SALESMAN Announces New Temporary Venue Following Ceiling Collapse At Piccadilly Theatre

Following the ceiling collapsed during a performance of Death of a Salesman at London's Piccadilly Theatre last night, the production has announced a number of modified performances.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:56AM

‘Occupant’ at Theater J celebrates sculptor Louise Nevelson and her art — without actually using any of it by Celia Wren

The set design and costuming for the play about the late sculptor are meant to evoke the feeling of the artist without replicating her sculptures or clothes.

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Shakespeare Theatre Company renames the Lansburgh Theatre by News Desk

At its annual Gala, Shakespeare Theatre Company announced to a surprised audience that the Lansburgh Theatre at 450 7th St. NW would be rechristened as the Michael R. Klein Theatre. In addit…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 11:48AM

Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Co-Chair 2020 Met Gala by Emily Selleck

Meryl Streep, Emma Stone, and, of course, Anna Wintour are also behind the annual star-studded event.

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The Addams Family musical returns for second UK and Ireland tour by Ruth Comerford

The Addams Family musical is set to tour the UK and Ireland for a second time. The 2020 tour will open at

Linked From The Stage Registration at 11:18AM

Morecambe Winter Gardens receives £123k of Historic England funding to secure future by Ruth Comerford

Morecambe’s endangered Winter Gardens has received £123,312 from Historic England, which will help secure its future. The Winter Gardens Preservation Trust has

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Sheffield Theatres to stage sign language version of My Mother Said I Never Should by Ruth Comerford

Sheffield Theatres is to stage a production of My Mother Said I Never Should, which has been translated into British Sign Language

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Dazzling ‘Giselle,’ a challenging classic, earns rapturous response in Toronto by Michael Crabb - Special To The Star

National Ballet’s production shares the roles out among its principals, letting many take a place in this triumphant production.

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Photo Flash: First Look At Christina Bianco in FUNNY GIRL in Paris

BroadwayWorld has a first look at Christina Bianco in Funny Girl in Paris, which will began performances at Théâtre Marigny November 7th, 2019.

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Why 90% of Actors Are Doing it Wrong.

What has always been a surprise to me is the amount of the emails I receive from Actors around the world looking for a tip on how to break into the biz . . . and fast. In fact, do you know w…

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‘A beautifully observed slice of life’: A PRAYER FOR WINGS – King’s Head Theatre ★★★★ by Fairy Powered Productions

A Prayer for Wings is a beautifully observed slice of life (despite odd moments that remind you it was written 35 years ago).

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Fiona Gibson appointed chief executive of Edinburgh’s Festival and King’s theatres by Giverny Masso

Fiona Gibson has been appointed new chief executive of the trust that runs Edinburgh’s Festival and King’s theatres. She is currently interim

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Barrie Rutter: Film acting techniques are monster of today’s theatre by Giverny Masso

Barrie Rutter has criticised the use of microphones by actors on stage, labelling it “the monster of today’s theatre”. The actor and

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Industry Veterans Diana DiMenna and Tom Hulce to be Honored at 2019 New York Stage and Film Gala by Noah Mutterperl

The celebration will recognize the honorees for their extensive achievements in the arts.

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‘Macbeth’ and the Thane of Thrones by Matthew Wexler

"Something wicked this way comes..." but for all the wrong reasons in Classic Stage Company's gloomy production of Shakespeare's "Macbeth." The post ‘Macbeth’ and the Thane of Thrones ap…

Linked From The Broadway Blog at 10:54AM

How Keanu Reeves found love again after tragedy by Martha Ross

In artist Alexandra Grant, the Hollywood A-lister and heartthrob has found a partner who is 'spiritual, sensitive and kind,' a new report says.

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Signature Theatre’s “A Chorus Line” is a singular sensation by Andra Abramson

In the theater world, a performer who is a true triple threat – one with the ability to perform at the highest levels as an actor, singer, and dancer all at the same time – is rare. Luck…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 10:46AM

Tracy Letts’ The Minutes to Make Broadway Premiere by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Pulitzer Prize and Tony-winning playwright Tracy Letts will see, not one, but two of his plays play on Broadway this season. His Linda Vista is currently playing at Broadway’s Helen Hayes …

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Go Inside the Press Day for Slava’s Snowshow on Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The return of the immersive Broadway holiday experience brings “an explosion of happiness” to the Stephen Sondheim Theatre starting November 11.

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Join “Piano Bar Live!” Monday, November 11th at 7pm at Brandy’s with Guests Marta Sanders & Leanne Borghesi, Daryl Sherman, Alison Nusbaum, LaDo

ScoBar Entertainment presents PIANO BAR LIVE! for an open-ended run at Brandy’s Piano Bar on the Upper East Side. Joining Piano Bar Maestro, MICHAEL McASSEY at the keys, will be a veritabl…

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Theater Review: “Admissions” — The Frustrations of the Privileged by Daniel Gewertz

Admissions is a successful comedy, but not quite the hot, scathing satire of 'privileged whiteness' one might gather from the ads. (Or from some of the local reviews.) The post Theater Revie…

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The Good Liar — Ian McKellen and Helen Mirren star in a tame comedy thriller

The pair strive their best to animate a dull script

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Helen Mirren and Ian McKellen Reveal the Shakespearean Roles They Still Want to Play by Ruthie Fierberg

The pair of stage greats star in the upcoming movie The Good Liar.

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Marty Thomas Will Release New Solo Recording, Slow Dancing With a Boy by Andrew Gans

The recording features guest vocalists Rachel Potter, Jamey Ray, and Mykal Kilgore.

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Words and Bonds: A Review of P.Y.G. or The Mis-Edumacation of Dorian Belle at Jackalope Theatre by Kevin Greene

Jackalope's 12th season gets off to an energizing start with this entertaining and empathetic Midwest premiere directed to perfection by Lili-Anne Brown.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Check Out Production Photos of A Chorus Line at Signature Theatre by Marc J. Franklin

The production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical, directed by Matthew Gardiner and choreographed by Denis Jones, opened November 5.

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Shadows review at the Coronet, London – ‘tedious meditation on old age’ by Mert Dilek

Performed in Norwegian with English surtitles, Jon Fosse’s play Shadows has a conceptual premise that depends on a disjuncture between the actor

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The Addams Family Musical Will Tour U.K. and Ireland by Andrew Gans

Matthew White will direct the 2020 tour of the Andrew Lippa show.

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, November 7, 2019 by Susan Grace

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The Addams Family UK Tour – On Sale Soon by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Addams Family UK Tour is back in 2020, creepier and kookier than ever at a venue near you. Initial dates are announced and tickets will be on sale soon. This post The Add…

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7 best Bay Area things to do this weekend, Nov. 8-10 by Randy McMullen, Jackie Burrell

Got your Bay Area weekend plans? We have some nifty ideas -- from Harry Potter with a live orchestra to STOMP to some classic date-night fun.

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BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Opening Night Red Carpet at TINA

A new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL opens on Broadway tonight, November 7. The best of Broadway will walk the red carpet tonight t…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:27AM

Matthew Morrison to Co-Host Disney's Holiday Specials on ABC and Disney Channel

This holiday season, ABC and Disney Channel will transport the magic of Disney Parks and Disney Cruise Line during the holidays to viewers with three magical specials featuring star-studded …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:27AM

Armie Hammer returning to Broadway for Tracy Letts production The Minutes by Nick Romano

Armie Hammer is counting down the minutes to his next Broadway role. The actor behind Call Me By Your Name and Wounds has set his return trip to the stage for next year’s production of The…

Linked From Entertainment Weekly at 09:23AM

Shadow culture secretary Tom Watson stands down to focus on health campaigning by Giverny Masso

Shadow culture secretary Tom Watson has announced he is standing down from parliament to focus on health campaigning. The MP for West

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Urgent investigation launched into Piccadilly Theatre ceiling collapse by Georgia Snow

An urgent investigation into the partially collapsed ceiling at the Piccadilly Theatre has been launched this morning, after audience members were injured

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Disney+ to Release HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL: THE SERIES Soundtrack

The soundtrack from the highly-anticipated Disney+ a?oeHigh School Musical:  The Musical: The Seriesa?? will be available for pre-order beginning tomorrow, November 8. The Disney+ series w…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:10AM

Ceiling Caves In During West End ‘Death Of A Salesman’, Five Injured by Artsjournal1

Shortly after the start of Wednesday evening’s performance of this production — well-known for casting Black actors as the Loman family — audience members began to hear dripping water.…

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‘Cements O’Hare’s position as a contemporary writer to watch’: SYDNEY & THE OLD GIRL – Park Theatre ★★★★ by Johnny Fox

Sydney & the Old Girl is a refreshing breath of foul air, a dark comedy with deeply unpleasant characters which manages to echo Pinter and Joe Orton in its macabre domestic antagonism.

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“But Does It Pay?” by Brídín Clements

By Brídín Clements. Brídín Clements talks about the accessibility of educational and professional programs, like internships, in theatre administration.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Tracy Letts, Jessie Mueller, Armie Hammer & More to Star in The Minutes on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony-winning writer and actor Tracy Letts will lead the cast of his Pulitzer-finalist play The Minutes on Broadway next year. Letts will be joined by Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Golden …

Linked From Broadway.com at 08:54AM

Riverside Brings Back The Era With Beehive The 60s Musical by Bill Hirschman

Riverside Theatre hits the mark for a designated demographic with its season opener, Beehive – The 60s Musical. The show is a musical revue of songs from the 1960s made popular by girl gro…

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Imagine If’s Francesca Joy: ‘Why aren’t we making the arts statutory in prisons?’ by Giverny Masso

Francesca Joy is a writer and actor and founder and artistic director of Imagine If theatre company, which focuses on working with

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Tracy Letts Will Star in His Own Play on Broadway by Michael Paulson

‘The Minutes,’ which aims to capture fractious American politics by focusing on a City Council meeting, will also feature Armie Hammer and Jessie Mueller.

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‘When does a female actor get the chance to play a part made famous by Michael Caine’: Sam Ra on creating You Game by Featured Content

Playwright Sam Ra tells us why Sleuth inspired her to create new thriller You Game and what difference it makes switching the gender of one of its characters. Read the interview, then book y…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 08:33AM

THE MINUTES On Broadway To Star Tracy Letts, Jessie Mueller, Armie Hammer And More

Tony & Pulitzer Prize winning playwright & actor Tracy Letts  will return to Broadway with Steppenwolf's production of his new play THE MINUTES, in which he will also star.

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Armie Hammer, Jessie Mueller Among Large Broadway Cast Of Tracy Letts’ ‘The Minutes’; Premiere Set by Greg Evans

Broadway’s upcoming The Minutes by Tracy Letts has set its large cast with a roster that includes Armie Hammer, Jessie Mueller, Blair Brown and Letts himself in a production directed by An…

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Tracy Letts to star alongside Jessie Mueller, Armie Hammer in ‘The Minutes’ by Caitlin Huston

Tracy Letts will star in his play “The Minutes” on Broadway this season.  Letts, who penned the new play, will star alongside Jessie Mueller, Armie Hammer, Blair Brown, K. Todd Freeman,…

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Jessie Mueller, Tracy Letts, Armie Hammer, and More to Star in Letts’ The Minutes on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The play, a finalist for the Pulitzer Prize, will arrive on Broadway in 2020.

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REVIEW: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Chiswick Playhouse ✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change! now playing at Chiswick Playhouse. This post REVIEW: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change, Chiswick Playhouse…

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Propwatch: the invisible magnets in ‘Little Baby Jesus’ by Artsjournal1

Most props, most props, you could hold them in your hand. A suitcase. A tooth. A (shudders) doll. They’re part of the pleasure of theatre, the imagination made palpable. But sometimes, som…

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (17) by Artsjournal1

This was one the now-forgotten Warner/Reprise “Loss Leader” albums, a series of low-priced sampler albums by Warner/Reprise artists that was one of the most ingenious and effective promo…

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Response to The Chasm of Disbelief by Artsjournal1

The following is an incredibly thoughtful response written by Carter Gilles to my post The Chasm of Disbelief. I am particularly grateful to him for pointing out the important role that doin…

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A powerhouse ‘Protest’ and a vague ‘Vaněk Unleashed’ from Alliance for New Music-Theatre by John Stoltenberg

In honor of the Czech dissident, political prisoner, and playwright Václav Havel, Alliance for New Music-Theatre has served up a two-course theatrical repast in DC’s most outré new arts …

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 08:08AM

What's on at the Park Theatre for the 2019/20 season?

The inaugural 2020 season for London's Park Theatre has been announced and will most notably feature the English language world premiere of La Cage Aux Folles, the long-awaited London tran…

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Godfrey L. Simmons Jr.: Vision and Mission by American Theatre Editors

The co-founding leader of Ithaca's Civic Ensemble prepares to take the helm of the similarly community-minded HartBeat Ensemble in Connecticut.

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Thursday, November 7, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Recapping all of the “Little Mermaid Live!” News and Reviews, Ceiling Falls in West End, GFTNC Completes Cast “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting t…

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Northern Ballet review – dancing with dreams and facing fear by Lyndsey Winship

Linbury theatre, LondonWorks by Kenneth Tindall, Mlindi Kulashe and Morgann Runacre-Temple give these dancers a chance to get their bodies around abstraction Trends for favoured composers i…

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Piccadilly theatre evacuated after ceiling collapses during show by Press Association

Four theatregoers taken to hospital after incident during Death of a Salesman stage show A theatre in the West End of London has been evacuated after part of its ceiling collapsed during a s…

Linked From The Guardian at 07:54AM

Navy Pier’s 19th annual Fifth Third Bank Winter WonderFest Kicks Off Dec 6 by Showbiz Chicago Newsdesk

Tis the season for holiday fun at Navy Pier’s 19th annual Fifth Third Bank Winter WonderFest! For [...] The post Navy Pier’s 19th annual Fifth Third Bank Winter WonderFest Kicks Off …

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Jackie Joseph: The Original Audrey! by Trav S.D.

I was first introduced to the charms of Jackie Joseph (b. 1933) in her role as Audrey in one of my favorite films, the original The Little Shop of Horrors (1960). Gradually, I began to noti…

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Julian Mitchell: Wizard of the Great White Way by Trav S.D.

I am rarely if ever find myself able to get excited or even interested in stage directors (sorry, stage directors!) but in the case of Julian Mitchell (1851-1926) will make an unambiguously …

Linked From Trav S.D. at 07:54AM

PHOTOS: Imagine this on the big screen! The largest-ever staging of 42nd Street by Featured Content

On 10 and 12 November 2019, 42nd Street will be screened to more than 650 cinemas across the UK and Ireland. Critics were sent into a frenzy over this largest-ever staging of the Tony® Awar…

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PHOTOS/VIDEO: Get a First Look at Signature Theatre's A CHORUS LINE

BroadwayWorld has your first look at Signature Theatre's A Chorus Line! Check out the photos and video!

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Equity on Piccadilly Theatre: ‘Our members should not be working in unsafe venues’ by Matthew Hemley

Union Equity is to meet with theatre managers “as a priority” to discuss the safety of its members, following the partial collapse

Linked From The Stage Registration at 07:36AM

Claire Foy and Matt Smith Meet Again, Onstage by Matt Wolf

The stars of “The Crown” are back together in a production in London.

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Welcome to the Theater! The Broadway Debuts of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical by JK

Congratulations to the entire company of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical on your opening night! Special congratulations to the following 10 cast members who are making their official Broadway…

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Family tales, proper jobs and supporting the local community: Simon de Cintra tells us about new play Bed Seven by Featured Content

"My father would mischievously try and shock people at social gatherings by telling them that he met his wife ‘in bed’". Playwright Simon de Cintra tells us the truth behind that story a…

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Government support for a song? How seven teens won their own piece of the American Dream. by Peter Marks

A National Endowment for the Arts competition rewards high school musical theater songwriters with Broadway-caliber recording sessions.

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (18) by Terry Teachout

Various forms of the records-that-changed-my-life meme have been making the rounds lately, so I came up with my own version, which I call “The Twenty-Five Record Albums That Changed My Lif…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Ghost Quartet at Boulevard Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Love London Love Culture rounds up the reviews for the Boulevard Theatre’s inaugural production.

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Almanac: John Galsworthy on justice by Terry Teachout

“Justice is a machine that, when someone has once given it the starting push, rolls on of itself.” John Galsworthy, Justice

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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‘The themes of conservation just jumped off the page’: Venetia Twigg on Theatrical Niche’s new version of Uncle Vanya by Featured Content

How does the working of a beehive related to Chekhov's masterpiece Uncle Vanya? Venetia Twigg, who adapted the play for Theatrical Niche, gets busy, telling us about it. Read he interview th…

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NEWS: Classic tale A Little Princess, in a brand-new adaptation, comes to Drayton Arms Theatre for Christmas by Featured Content

A Little Princess, the classic children's novel by The Secret Garden author Frances Hodgson Burnett, gets a Christmas run at London's Drayton Arms Theatre, in a brand-new stage version adapt…

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Lucille La Verne: The Backstory on Snow White’s Wicked Queen by Trav S.D.

The name Lucille La Verne (Lucille La Verne MItchum, 1872-1945) may sound well suited to burlesque, but she was the very essence of “legit”. La Verne’s best remembered role today is th…

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Shadows, Coronet Theatre review - talking heads in the void by David Nice

Multimedia haunting from Norwegian company De Utvalgte in Jon Fosse's theatre-poem In a flowering branch of London theatre, Norway comes to Notting Hill with what's becoming revelatory regul…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Billy Elliot casting update: Kelley Abbey withdraws from the show by Gabi Bergman

The producers of Billy Elliot the Musical have today confirmed that unfortunately due to personal circumstances Kelley Abbey is unable to continue in her role as Mrs Wilkinson and has had to…

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Richard Howle: Ceiling collapses show our historic West End theatres need more support to survive by Richard Howle

Inevitably, in the aftermath of another partial ceiling collapse in a West End theatre, people will want to question the state of

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Death of a Salesman performance cancelled following ceiling collapse by Georgia Snow

Tonight’s performance of Death of a Salesman has been cancelled, following the partial collapse of the ceiling at the Piccadilly Theatre. The

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Photo Flash: Stephen Schwartz, Andrew Lippa, and More Attend 'Celebrating TheatreWorks at 50'

Stars of stage and screen, playwrights, composers, and supporters of TheatreWorks Silicon Valley came together Saturday, November 2, 2019 to celebrate the acclaimed regional theatre at And t…

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Channel 4 joins ITV and BBC on BritBox streaming service

New platform for classic British content launches after drawn-out talks

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Bryn Terfel in Concert by Arts Review

When Sir Bryn Terfel sings, everyone stops to listen. Whether he’s singing show tunes, Wagner or traditional Welsh songs, he sells out theatres. Melbourne audiences will have the chance to…

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Reputation review at the Other Palace, London – ‘poorly constructed and musically uninspiring’ by Paul Vale

Following a successful career in marketing, Alick Glass created this new, original musical. Written in collaboration with his daughter, Reputation is an

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Ceiling collapses on theatregoers at Piccadilly Theatre during performance of Death of a Salesman

London's Piccadilly Theatre was evacuated last night (6 November 2019) after the ceiling collapsed on audience members mid-performance during Death of a Salesman. Several theatregoers were i…

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Desire and Danger Dramatically Converge in ‘Hoodoo Love’ by Matthew Wexler

Katori Hall's "Hoodoo Love" receives a gripping production by Chicago's Raven Theatre. The post Desire and Danger Dramatically Converge in ‘Hoodoo Love’ appeared first on The BroadwayBlo…

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Wake Up With BWW 11/7: TINA - THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL Opens Tonight, and More!

Today's top stories: Tina - The Tina Turner Musical officially opens tonight, and more!

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‘Written & directed with elegance’: THE GREEN FAIRY – Union Theatre ★★★★ by Luca Molinari

The Green Fairy is a realistic and different musical. It doesn’t shout or leave you speechless because of special effects but it is an entertaining and emotional story about love, parentin…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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“All I had to do was listen”: Playwright Norman Yeung rethinks his ‘Theory’ by Guest Author

By Norman Yeung That Theory has gained urgency and relevance since I wrote the first draft in 2009 is uncanny and alarming. Over ten years of innumerable workshops, readings, and productions…

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ATG confirms five people injured after plasterboard fell at the Piccadilly Theatre by Matthew Hemley

Ambassador Theatre Group – which owns the Piccadilly Theatre – has confirmed a section of plasterboard fell from the upper rear circle

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Julie Taymor by Editors

INTERVIEW: JULIE TAYMOR. To mark its 20th anniversary in the West End, The Lion King‘s director joins Dominic Cavendish to look back at the show’s beginnings. Surveying its astonishing s…

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Billy Elliot the Musical announces casting update by Arts Review

The producers of Billy Elliot the Musical have today confirmed that unfortunately due to personal circumstances Kelley Abbey is unable to continue in her role as Mrs Wilkinson and has …

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Piccadilly Theatre collapse: Wendell Pierce tells audience 'let's go to the pub' after ceiling falls in by Ellie Harrison, Ellie Harrison

Actor apologises after incident leaves several with minor injuries and covered in debris

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Queensland Ballet: Cinderella by Arts Review

It was Ben Stevenson who discovered young ballet dancer, Li Cunxin, during a teaching trip to the Beijing Dance Academy. Realising the young dancer’s potential he offered him a scholarship…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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CALL FOR APPLICATIONS: Master’s in Arts Administration & Museum Leadership by Artsjournal

Accelerate your career with Drexel’s flexible graduate program tailored to your needs. Online, on-campus, or hybrid programs. Complete your degree in 15 months or on your own schedule in a…

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Time To Take Down The Mona Lisa And Put It In Storage? by Artsjournal

“The Louvre is being held hostage by the Kim Kardashian of 16th-century Italian portraiture: the handsome but only moderately interesting Lisa Gherardini, better known (after her husband) …

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Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center seeks Director of Marketing and Communications by Artsjournal

The Chamber Music Society of Lincoln Center (CMS) seeks a Director of Marketing and Communications to join the organization at an exciting time of institutional accomplishment and growth.

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We Can Never Beat Overhead By Ourselves, It’s Time To Merge! by Joe Patti

When I saw a story on Non-Profit Quarterly about four Kalamazoo, MI non-profits entering a shared-services partnership, I immediately assumed it was confined to back office functions as I ha…

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Thursday, November 7, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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On the Couch with David Carlin by Arts Review

Who is David Carlin? David is a writer, teacher and researcher who lives in Melbourne with his wife, Linda Mickleborough. His latest book is The After-Normal: Brief, Alphabetical Essays on a…

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Shadow Theatre: Performance and the Imaginary in Contemporary Egypt by Nora Amin

An essay by Nora Amin that traces the presence of shadow theatre within the modern and contemporary Egyptian theatrical practices. From the analysis of the imaginative value of shadow, to th…

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Casey Donovan talks Mama Morton ahead of Chicago opening night in Brisbane by Peter J Snee

Casey Donovan has enjoyed a bold and varied career since her meteoric rise to fame at the age of 16. She became the youngest ever winner of Australian Idol in 2004 and over the last thirteen…

Linked From AussieTheatre at 12:44AM

Murray Mednick’s “Mayakovsky and Stalin” At The Cherry Lane Theatre: Men With Bloody Hands by Zhe Pan

In Murray Mednick’s “Mayakovsky and Stalin”, which made its New York premiere at the Cherry Lane Theatre on October 20th, the life of an avant-garde socialist poet intertwines with the…

Linked From thetheatretimes.com at 12:40AM

Tina—The Tina Turner Musical Officially Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Following an Olivier-nominated West End run, the new bio-show Tina—The Tina Turner Musical officially opens at Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 7. Tony-nominated actress Adr…

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Old Vic's A Christmas Carol Begins Broadway Run with Campbell Scott as Ebenezer Scrooge by Andy Lefkowitz

A new interpretation of Charles Dickens' classic story A Christmas Carol arrives at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre on November 7. The celebrated production, headlined by veteran actor Campbell…

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Iconic Songs become Sounds of Australia by Arts Review

They’re the ones that Australia wants! Ten new titles have been inducted into the National Film and Sound Archive of Australia’s (NFSA) Sounds of Australia registry of sound recordings…

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Living Skill At Work by Frida Sandström

In order to analyze the concepts “skill”, “artistry” and “virtuosity” within the performing arts, I need to unpack their meanings. If they imply spending a long time with a pract…

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$4m Manet goes to Japan

Plus: French prime minister turns Hong Kong gallerist; confidence fragile ahead of New York season; children to bid at auction

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Tina: The Tina Turner Musical Opens on Broadway November 7 by Ryan McPhee

Tony and Olivier Award nominee Adrienne Warren takes on the rock-and-roll superstar in the musical.

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Signature Revival of Horton Foote’s The Young Man From Atlanta Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Kristine Nielsen and Aidan Quinn star in the Pulitzer Prize–winning play, directed by Michael Wilson.

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Musical Cyrano, Starring Peter Dinklage and Jasmine Cephas Jones, Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Erica Schmidt adaptation from The New Group opens November 7 at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

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Irish Rep Revival of Abbie Spallen’s Pumpgirl Begins November 7 by Olivia Clement

Labhaoise Magee stars as Pumpgirl in the Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winning play.

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Campbell Scott, Andrea Martin, and LaChanze Star in Broadway’s A Christmas Carol Beginning November 7 by Andrew Gans

Matthew Warchus directs the new version of the holiday classic from Harry Potter playwright Jack Thorne.

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Theater roundup: It's opening weekend for Quantum, City, Pittsburgh Public and PICT by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Quantum is in West Homestead with “Shakespeare’s Will,” while Cassius Clay, Malcolm X, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown reunite on the South Side.

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What's happening in Pittsburgh this weekend: Nov. 7-10

Pittsburgh Dance Council, Tool, Bob Dylan, the rapper Logic, and more.

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Why Is This Woman Covered in Fur and Caged? - After almost a quarter century, Migdalia Cruz's 'FUR' has its belated New York premiere

After almost a quarter century, Migdalia Cruz's FUR has its belated New York premiere---Migdalia Cruz, who turns 61 this week, wrote FUR when she was in a very different place in her life. F…

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NYC's Dance Scene Is Changing. Here's Why - Four new dance programmers talk about their respective visions for the Joyce, BAM and other venues

Four new dance programmers talk about their respective visions for the Joyce, BAM and other cultural institutions---New York's dance scene has some fresh movers and shakers. At a striking nu…

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