Friday, November 8, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: Inside Rehearsal For ROCKERS ON BROADWAY, Part 2

The Path Fund Inc. presents this year's ROCKERS ON BROADWAY: The 70's on Monday, November 11, 2019 at 8 p.m. Get a peek inside rehearsals below!

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Rapper’s delight: hip-hop and horology’s enduring bond

Stars of the genre revere watches as symbols of wealth – but what does this mean for brands?

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Bishopsland: where creativity and communal life combine

Residential course run by octogenarian couple is a Shangri-La for aspiring silversmiths

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Deconstructed Watch: IWC Timezoner ‘Longest Flight’

The pilots watch that allows the wearer to switch time zones via the bezel has been reworked

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Matrix by Arts Review

Matrix is the result of a collaboration by Queensland based Expressions Dance Company with one of China’s leading contemporary dance companies, BeijingDance/LDTX. Earlier this year, six en…

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VIDEO: In The Recording Studio With A MUSICAL ABOUT STAR WARS

Off-Broadway's hilariously irreverent new musical comedy; A Musical About Star Wars - or, Why Star Wars is the Greatest Thing in the History of the Galaxy, Much, Much Better than Star Trek…

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Lortel-Winning Immersive Musical KPOP Eyes Broadway Run; Talent Search Launched by Andy Lefkowitz

KPOP, the immersive musical that played a celebrated off-Broadway run in 2018, has announced the development of a Broadway transfer. Producers Tim Forbes and Joey Parnes have launched a tal…

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Show People with Paul Wontorek: Marisa Tomei of The Rose Tattoo by Broadway.com

Oscar winner Marisa Tomei discusses starring in Broadway's The Rose Tattoo, her desire to take on a musical and more on Show People.

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The Rose Tattoo Star Marisa Tomei on How Playing the ‘Fiery Angel’ of the Tennessee Williams Classic Became a Family Homecoming by Broadway.com

For Serefina, the headstrong center of Tennessee Willams’ The Rose Tattoo, the image of the romantic red flower, which first appeared as a tattoo on her husband Rosario’s chest, holds gr…

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Backstage at the Mean Girls Tour with Mariah Rose Faith, Episode 3: OMG the Burn Book! by Broadway.com

Mean Girls tour star Mariah Rose Faith gets into the Halloween spirit, does a deep dive into the Burn Book, shows off show props and more.

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See Adrienne Warren & More Sparkle & Shine in the Broadway.com Portrait Booth on Opening Night of Tina by Broadway.com

Tina: The Tina Turner Musical celebrated its Broadway opening night at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on November 7. The high-energy musical stars powerhouse Adrienne Warren as the music legen…

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Stage managers work long hours for rich rewards by David Siegel

Being a stage manager of a theater production brings challenging, yet too often unheralded responsibilities that begin long before an audience steps into a theater to take a seat. As the pro…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Big Apple Circus - Thrills and Fun for All! by Judd Hollander

Reviewed by Judd Hollander The most important element of any circus is the ability to instill feelings of joy and amazement in its audience. Something Big Apple Circus, now beginning its 4…

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“Painted Alice” Review: Down The Rabbit Hole Once More by Zhe Pan

Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland is a popular source of musical adaptions. National Theatre has mounted a production, Wonder.land, in which Alice is trapped in the world …

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Mozart by Way of Cape Town by James Montaño

The Magic Flute by the Isango Ensemble at ArtsEmerson When the Isango Ensemble plays—on only eight marimbas—the opening strains of Mozart’s Overture for their adaptation of The Magic F…

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Michigan Opera Theatre seeks Director of Operations and Patron Experiences by Artsjournal

The Director of Operations and Patron Experiences’ primary function is to ensure an exceptional patron experience for every guest who enters the Detroit Opera House.

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: Rob McClure Talks MRS. DOUBTFIRE, Parenthood, And More!

Check out a brand new interview with Tony-nominee, Rob McClure, as he prepares to bring the iconic nanny, Mrs. Doubtfire, to life in a brand-new musical adaptation of the film!

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TANIA FISHER INTERVIEW BY LORI BEEDSLER by Robert Shuman

Interview with Tania Fisher, Author of Children’s Book, “Grandma’s Garden” By Lori Beedsler   Briefly, what’s the book about? To a grown up all that happens in this book is that a…

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Review: The Havel Project: A tribute to Czechoslovakia’s dissident playwright and president by John Geoffrion

To mark and honor the thirtieth anniversary of Czechoslovakia’s Velvet Revolution, the Alliance for New Music-Theatre is presenting two one-act plays to honor the revolution’s leader, th…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Cirque du Soleil’s ‘Amaluna’ impresses, but doesn’t quite wow by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

Cirque du Soleil's "Amaluna," adapted loosely from Shakespeare's 'Tempest,' is a entertaining show that falls just short of mind-blowing.

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Trust Science? We Need To Know Why by Artsjournal

The idea of a monolithic Scientific Method is mythical but it is based on a genuine historical insight. From the early seventeenth century to the present, there are long chains of divergent …

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Director of Programming Opportunity with Playhouse Square in Cleveland, Ohio by Artsjournal

Playhouse Square is searching for their next Director of Programming, who will be committed to advancing Playhouse Square’s mission of presenting and producing a wide variety of quality pe…

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Sudden Closing Of LA’s Marciano Foundation Raises Questions About Private Arts Institutions by Artsjournal

“We need to think about how we regulate these institutions. And maybe ask, why are they tax exempt to begin with? Are the benefits outweighing the costs to the public?” The Marciano situ…

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Director of Sales & Customer Relations by Artsjournal

The Director, Sales & Customer Relations leads all sales and customer relations functions of the Miami City Ballet to achieve both short and long-term budget, revenue and customer rela…

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Zadie Smith On The Tyranny Of Algorithms That Narrow Our Taste by Artsjournal

“The key with the unfreedom of the algorithm is that it knows everything and it feeds back everything. So, you can no longer have this bit of humanity which is absolutely necessary — pri…

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Learn About Kristin Chenoweth's Broadway Return, For the Girls by Broadway.com

Based on Kristin Chenoweth's new album, For the Girls acts as her personal tribute to music's most passionate women.

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Leslie Odom Jr. Won't Tell You Why He Named His First Original Solo Album Mr by Caitlin Moynihan

Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. has had a busy three years. After winning a Tony Award for his portrayal of Aaron Burr in Hamilton, he released his self-titled album, starred in Murder on the O…

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The Inheritance’s Andrew Burnap on Being a Broadway Lost Boy and the Soothing Magic of Tidying Up by Caitlyn Gallip

Andrew Burnap in The Inheritance (Photo: Matthew Murphy) Before pursuing acting, Andrew Burnap was just a kid growing up in South Kingston, a Rhode Island beach town, watching movies and h…

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Lortel-Winning Immersive Musical KPOP Announces Broadway Run; Talent Search Launched by Andy Lefkowitz

KPOP, the immersive musical that played a celebrated off-Broadway run in 2018, has announced an impending move to Broadway. Producers Tim Forbes and Joey Parnes have launched a talent search…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Opera Review: A Decolonized “Magic Flute” by the Isango Ensemble by Christopher Caggiano

What if you took canonical Western works and reimagined them from an African perspective? The post Opera Review: A Decolonized “Magic Flute” by the Isango Ensemble appeared first on The…

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First Listen: & JULIET Puts A New Spin On Kelly Clarkson's 'Since U Been Gone'

Atlantic Records has released a fourth track from '& Juliet (Original London Cast Recording),' the official companion to the new West End musical featuring the music of legendary pop son…

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Photo Flash: Chita Rivera, Kelli O'Hara and More at 2019 Dallas Summer Musicals Gala – An Evening with the Best of Broadway

On Saturday night, Dallas leaders, philanthropists and lovers of the arts came together to celebrate the magic of musical theatre at the 2019 DSM Gala – An Evening with the Best of Broadwa…

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Ahoy sailors! H.M.S Pinafore is pulling into the Hayes Theatre harbour! by AussieTheatre

H.M.S Pinafore began its run at the Hayes Theatre last night, Thomas Campbell, who appears in the production wrote the following story. Gilbert and Sullivan’s operettas are enormous fun. T…

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Inside Opening Night of Cyrano, Starring Peter Dinklage, Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The musical adaptation, directed and co-created by Erica Schmidt, officially opened at the Daryl Roth Theatre November 7.

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Can the BBC’s public funding model survive?

With the young turning off and anger over licence fee, the broadcaster is under pressure

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Australia Revives Old Small Rural Halls To Create Performance Network by Artsjournal

The idea is simple: by showing the communities who manage the halls that live music is an option, a touring circuit will slowly be carved out, which, in turn, will help provide space for mus…

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Record LGBTQ Representation On US TV Series This Year by Artsjournal

That means 90 of the 879 series regular characters on ABC, CBS, the CW, Fox and NBC this season are LGBTQ, up from 75 last season. (Additionally, there are 30 LGBTQ recurring characters on b…

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KPOP Musical to Hold In-Person and Online Open Calls as It Eyes Broadway Bow by Ryan McPhee

The musical premiered Off-Broadway in 2017 and will receive a new developmental presentation this fall.

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Broadway-Bound KPOP Musical Announces Nationwide Talent Search

KPOP, the new musical conceived by Woodshed Collective and Jason Kim, written by Jason Kim (book), Helen Park and Max Vernon (music and lyrics), and directed by Teddy Bergman, is launching a…

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‘KPOP’ launches nationwide casting search ahead of planned Broadway run by Caitlin Huston

The “KPOP” musical is planning a Broadway production.  In advance of the planned production, the musical, which centers on fictional stars of the popular music genre, will host a nation…

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Ceiling collapse at Piccadilly Theatre caused by water leak, investigation finds by Matthew Hemley

An investigation into the collapsed ceiling at the Piccadilly Theatre has found the incident was caused by a “localised water leak”, with

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Things to do NJ: Baseball at George Street, mermaids at the aquarium, holiday previews by Kelly-Jane Cotter

The World Series has come and gone, but baseball junkies can get their fix at George Street Playhouse this weekend, for the final performances of LAST DAYS OF SUMMER at the brand new New Bru…

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Review: Sea from Scena Theatre by Missy Frederick

Jon Fosse’s Sea is a tricky play to connect with. Its inhabitants seem at times to be on a boat (“I am the Shipmaster!” one insists, over and over), but it’s clear early on that the …

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How 1970’s culture clashes played out on two Washington DC stages by Blair A. Ruble

By 1970, Washington, DC had long been a major college town; home to tens of thousands of young people who were trying to define their generation in opposition to the dominant values of their…

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Review: Signature’s A Chorus Line, with new choreography, still dazzles by Meaghan Hannan Davant

A Chorus Line is known as one of the most pared-down, starkly intimate “song-and-dance shows” in the Broadway canon. On a barren stage—devoid of any scenery or set but for a wall of fl…

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Review: Veils. A moving, inspired look at women from the civil rights era that deserves your attendance by Gregory J. Ford

Imagine that you are a child and you are exploring your grandmother’s closets.  Or you’re an adult whose grandmother has died and it’s your responsibility to go to their home and sort…

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Steve Ross: I’m In Love With Vienna by Sandi Durell

  by Alix Cohen   “Willkommen,” nods maestro Steve Ross from the piano, launching into Cole Porter’s lilting “Wunderbar” and Gus Kahn/Walter Jurman/Bronislau Kaper’s jaunty “…

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Better Than All the Rest! See Tina Turner, Adrienne Warren & More Celebrate Opening Night of Tina on Broadway by Lindsey Sullivan

What's love got to do with it? Well, love clearly had a lot to do with opening night of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. The high-energy new show about the music trailblazer officially opened …

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Guest Lineup Revealed for Kristin Chenoweth's For the Girls: Stephen Schwartz, Laura Benanti & More to Appear by Andy Lefkowitz

An initial lineup of guest performers has been released for Kristin Chenoweth's weeklong Broadway concert engagement For the Girls, which begins its run tonight at the Nederlander Theatre. T…

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It's Your Final Chance to Vote for the Top 3 Finalists in The Search for Roxie by Caitlin Moynihan

Time is running out to vote for your favorite performer to get a spot as the top three finalists in The Search for Roxie! In the second episode, Chicago casting directors Duncan Stewart and …

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Santino Fontana Talks His 27 Tootsie Costume Changes & More on New Episode of Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal by Caitlin Moynihan

The latest episode of Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal, the monthly national TV show about Broadway and the theater community, will air on November 10 in New York City and feature interv…

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Elaine Paige on Being Known as the 'First Lady of the British Musical Theater,' Her Successful Radio Show & More by Matt Wolf

Elaine Paige needs scant introduction as the “first lady of the British musical theater,” a title that the veteran star of Evita, Cats, Chess and Sunset Boulevard, to name just a few of …

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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8 of the Best Underdone Shakespeare Monologues by Performerstuff

8 of the Best Underdone Shakespeare Monologues Written by Rose Helsinger October  16th, 2019 For any actor who’s looking to push their limits, check out a fresh batch of Shakespeare…

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The Mysterious Alchemy Of How We Generate New Ideas by Artsjournal

“It’s not at all obvious how to go about thinking up some new twist on these things—the transformation from test-taker to theorem poser and then theorem prover is difficult to articula…

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Want To Learn More? Trust More by Artsjournal

We learn more by trusting than by not trusting. Moreover, when we trust, we learn not only about specific individuals, we learn more generally about the type of situations in which we should…

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America’s First Banned Book, Published And Suppressed Back In 1637 by Artsjournal1

Thomas Morton came to Massachusetts with the Puritans in 1624, but he was there strictly on business. What’s more, he didn’t fear the surrounding landscape as the devil’s dwelling plac…

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Curtis Institute Screwed Up Responding To Sexual Abuse Charges. Now It Has Hired Investigators by Artsjournal

A leading expert in the field said Curtis needs to do more: “The problem here is, what the public needs is full transparency. Frankly, I would be very concerned if my child were attending …

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Artist Dread Scott Is Re-Enacting The United States’ Largest Slave Rebellion by Artsjournal1

Scott first became (in)famous 30 years ago with his installation What is the Proper Way to Display the American Flag?, which has incited controversy virtually every time it has been exhibite…

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How About Supporting Artists Above Productions? by Artsjournal

“How could we make more of a difference to the artists we work with? What if we put the same level of investment into their professional development as their show budget? What if we commit…

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A ‘Riverdance’ Alum Who’s Now Trying To Strip Away Every Cliché Of Irish Dance by Artsjournal1

Colin Dunne doesn’t wear the Celtic-ized costumes or hold his torso and arms rigid; he frequently dances in sneakers or barefoot; he sometimes improvises, which is almost unheard-of in tra…

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David Hasselhoff Is Still Big In Germany 30 Years After His Berlin Wall Show by Rob Schmitz

The Hoff recently sat down with NPR in Berlin and told the story of how he became a rock star there.

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Seared by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

As directed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, the play is fast-paced and engrossing and the smell of garlic coming from the stage convinces us that real cooking is going on. The completely working …

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BWW College Guide - Everything You Need to Know About Point Park University 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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Melissa Errico: An Even Grander Affair by Sandi Durell

    By Marilyn Lester   Some events in life seem absolutely cosmic. Imagine being a kid growing up, listening raptly to the music of Michel Legrand being played at home by a concert piani…

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Tina Star Adrienne Warren Reveals How She Transforms Into Tina Turner Every Night by Ruthie Fierberg

Plus more inside scoop about Broadway’s latest bio-musical.

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Groundbreaker Robert Townsend relives career on Berkeley stage by Randy McMullen

Filmmaker, actor and comedian Robert Townsend, best known for 'The Hollywood Shuffle,' tells his life story in new show at The Marsh Berkeley.

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Tina Turner Musical Opens On Broadway with Oprah, Whoopi in the Audience, Standing Ovation During First Act for Knockout Star Adrienne Warren by Roger Friedman

It was a great night on Broadway at the Lunt-Fontanne Theater for the opening of “Tina!” the musical about beloved legend Tina

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The 'Broadwaysted' Podcast Welcomes Iconic Broadway Soprano Melissa Errico

This week, the Broadwaysted Crew is thrilled to be sitting down and chatting with the incredible Melissa Errico! We're pouring out Milagro Tequila as Melissa spills about the production of M…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Uplifting ‘Veils’ at Restoration Stage honors Black women in mourning by John Stoltenberg

Four African American women address the audience as if speaking to a department store clerk. Each is shopping for a dress—a dress, they stress, that must be “special.” As they turn to …

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Kate Davis - Salome by Kate Davis

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La MaMa’s Groundbreaking 1974 The Trojan Women to Return in December With Members of Original Cast by Olivia Clement

Composed by Elizabeth Swados and directed by Andrei Serban, the revival is part of La MaMa’s 58th season.

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NBC to Air Sneak Peak of Musical Drama ZOEY'S EXTRAORDINARY PLAYLIST on January 7

On January 7, NBC audiences will get a sneak peek at the premiere episode of new high-concept drama Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist. The series premiere will be available to stream on the N…

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London's Piccadilly Theatre to Reopen to the Public Following Ceiling Collapse

Following the ceiling collapsed during a performance of Death of a Salesman at London's Piccadilly Theatre last night, Westminster City Council, having conducted an investigation into the in…

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Friday Playlist: The Songs from Broadway's Jukebox Musicals

With Tina, Jagged Little Pill and We Will Rock You heading to NYC, we are breaking it down with some jukebox musical showstoppers.

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater Thursday - LAST DAYS OF SUMMER by Jeryl M.

Over all, although I have liked other shows I have seen at George Street Playhouse, this one is definitely my favorite so far. I would highly recommend it!

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What does the Piccadilly ceiling collapse mean for London theatre? by Michael Billington

After two incidents in six years, visitors may need reassurance before they return to the West End “Don’t clap too hard: it’s a very old building,” says Archie Rice in John Osborne…

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This Month in Theatre History by American Theatre Editors

From the birth of William Wells Brown and Ellen Stewart to the beginnings of Memphis's Playhouse on the Square and McNally’s 'Love! Valour! Compassion!,' December was a noteworthy month.

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First Look at Tony Kushner's A Bright Room Called Day at the Public Theater by Nathan Skethway

The new version of Kushner's play, directed by Oskar Eustis, began performances October 29.

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With The Topeka School Ben Lerner comes full circle by Ian Battaglia

Viewing his latest novel as both the prequel to and the conclusion of his novel trilogy helped the celebrated author find a way to write it. Ben Lerner, the cele…

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Look Back at Tony Nominee June Havoc in the National Tour of Sweeney Todd by Nathan Skethway

Havoc, whose family served as the real-life basis for the musical Gypsy, was born November 8, 1912.

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Ellie MacPherson Plays Presidential Veto Before Returning to Green Room 42 With Cabaret Show Happy Birthday Mr. President by Playbill Staff

The singing actor slash presidential historian walks audiences through some of our former commanders in chief, along with their foibles and follies.

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Text of the Day: Botticelli in the Fire by Aleks Sierz

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

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Hela review at the Other Room, Cardiff – ‘startling, dystopian two-hander’ by Nicholas Davies

It speaks volumes of the tumultuous times in which we live that so many new plays are set in dystopian near-futures that

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The House of the Spirits review at Cervantes Theatre, London – ‘sensuous rendering of Isabel Allende’s epic novel’ by Mert Dilek

Isabel Allende’s 1982 novel The House of the Spirits is not an easy work to bring to the stage. An ambitious family

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Musician Bryce Dessner Prepares for His New York Philharmonic Solo Debut by Rebecca Winzenried

The New York premiere of the guitarist-composer's composition Wires is held November 14–16.

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Jac Yarrow & Jason Donovan Will Return to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium in 2020 by Andy Lefkowitz

Standout stars Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan have signed on to reprise their celebrated turns as Joseph and Pharaoh, respectively, in the upcoming remount of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolo…

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Tickets Are Now on Sale for New Musical Flying Over Sunset Starring Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck & Harry Hadden-Paton by Broadway.com

Tickets are now on sale for the upcoming Broadway staging of Flying Over Sunset, a new musical written and directed by James Lapine and featuring music by Tom Kitt and lyrics by Michael Kori…

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Roy Haylock, aka Bianca Del Rio, Will Return to Everybody's Talking About Jamie; Preeya Kalidas Will Also Join the Cast by Andy Lefkowitz

After a cheered West End turn earlier this year, RuPaul's Drag Race winner Roy Haylock, best known as his drag alter ego, Bianca Del Rio, will return to the role of Loco Chanelle/Hugo in Ev…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Leslie Odom Jr. by Broadway.com

Leslie Odom Jr. stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about his new album Mr and more with Paul Wontorek.

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Expanded Edition of Melissa Errico’s Legrand Affair Album Out Now by Adam Hetrick

The Tony Award nominee will celebrate the deluxe re-release with a concert engagement at Feinstein’s/54 Below November 7–9.

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Production news round-up: Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan to reprise roles in Joseph musical by Ruth Comerford

This week’s production news round-up includes Sara Bareilles’ West End debut in Waitress, the world premiere of a double bill by Hofesh

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Watch the Official Music Video for Cynthia Erivo’s Harriet Anthem ‘Stand Up’ by Ryan McPhee

The Tony winner co-wrote and performs the song for the new Harriet Tubman biopic she headlines.

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Commentary/Interview: Boston Globe Union Negotiations — Anger and Resistance Continues by Bill Marx

Those who value serious journalism (as well as the rights of journalists) should be quite worried about just how lethally Boston Globe management is attempting to undercut the newspaper's un…

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The Guardian’s New Chief Theatre Critic Is Neither White Nor Male by Artsjournal1

Arifa Akbar, who will succeed Michael Billington in the new year, has been a contributing reviewer and reporter for The Guardian for several years; she’s currently arts editor at Tortoise …

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10 Things Most People Don’t Know About The Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes

Get ready to be astounded as we break down some facts and figures behind the Christmas Spectacular Starring the Radio City Rockettes

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Leslie Odom Jr. Says Filmed Stage Version of Hamilton Will Be Released...Eventually by Andrew Gans

The Tony winner also releases his new solo album Mr November 8.

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Photo Coverage: Adrienne Warren & Company Celebrate Opening Night of TINA: THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out pho…

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Opera’s Woman Problem: There Just Aren’t Enough Of Them In Decision-Making Roles by Artsjournal1

The Stage senior reporter Georgia Snow talks to women working as directors, designers, and administrators in opera in the UK — who tell her that things are getting better, but not fast eno…

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Stephen Dixon, ‘Experimental Realist’ Author, Dead At 83 by Artsjournal1

“[His] humorous, freewheeling fiction traced the shocks and jolts of romance, aging and everyday life, in an experimental but plain- spoken style … [He] published well over 500 short sto…

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American Theatre Depends On European State Investment by Artsjournal

The box-office receipts of commercial theater are not solely attributable to private entrepreneurs and fierce capitalist competition. Broadway producers are buying an artistic sensibility an…

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Shell Shock 1919: How World War I Changed Culture by Artsjournal1

“The shock of the first modern, ‘industrial’ war extended far into the 20th century and even into the 21st, and changed how people saw the world and themselves. And that was reflected …

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Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan confirmed to return to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at The Palladium

The two former Joseph stars are officially set to reprise their roles for the London Palladium revival this summer!

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BWW Album Review: BEAU Walks a New, Creative Path

Beau, a new musical by Douglas Lyons and Ethan D. Pakchar, has a sound that combines country, folk, and funk sounds and a sweetly internal story. It's a refreshing change of pace that's sure…

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A forceful performance from Peter Dinklage in Cyrano at the Daryl Roth Theatre, New York

The Game of Thrones star plays the poet-warrior of the title in this musical adaptation

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VIDEO: The Cast of HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL: THE SERIES Performs on GMA

Today, Friday, November 8, the stars of the upcoming Disney+ series a?oeHigh School Musical: The Musical: The Seriesa?? a?" Joshua Bassett (a?oeRickya??), Olivia Rodrigo (a?oeNinia??), S…

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Emma Thompson Can’t Live Without Hannah Gadsby and Potato Scones by Kathryn Shattuck

The star of “Last Christmas” shares the movies, books and baked goods that top her list of essentials.

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Change-makers — 30 of the most exciting young people

Names to know from the worlds of tech, art, politics, film, music and books

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Shoshana Bean, Mario Cantone and More Will Join Kristin Chenoweth as Special Guests at FOR THE GIRLS

Kristin Chenoweth will return to the Broadway stage in a live concert celebrating the release of her new album FOR THE GIRLS (Concord Records, produced by Steve Tyrell), with Music Direction…

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Cyrano review – Peter Dinklage sings through patchy musical update by Alexis Soloski

Daryl Roth Theatre, New York A new take on the romantic comedy boasts music from the National and a stellar turn from Glee’s Blake Jenner but there are stumbles throughout Before Peter Din…

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The Sleeping Beauty review – the Royal Ballet take your breath away by Lyndsey Winship

Royal Opera House, LondonYasmine Naghdi conquers physics in a fairytale production with intricate and intense performances What is the appeal to adults of an old-fashioned fairytale? This on…

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Arifa Akbar appointed as the Guardian’s chief theatre critic by Chris Wiegand Stage Editor

Katharine Viner congratulates ‘wonderful’ arts writer who is already a vital contributor to the paper Arifa Akbar has been appointed as the Guardian’s chief theatre critic. Akbar, who …

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Easy review – an unfiltered snap of teenage agonies by Miriam Gillinson

Blue Elephant theatre, LondonRobyn Wilson is superb as a 16-year-old facing a daunting rite of passage in Amy Blakelock’s poignant one-woman play I know Alice. I think I pretty much was Al…

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Jonny Donahoe: ‘I have very boring dreams – I once dreamed I was making toast’ by Harriet Gibsone

The actor, comedian, playwright and one half of Jonny and the Baptists on the things that make him laugh the most I must have watched Dylan Moran’s DVD of Monster, recorded at Vicar Street…

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Shook review – young offenders take forlorn lessons in fatherhood by Arifa Akbar

Southwark Playhouse, LondonSamuel Bailey’s moving play is carried along by its characters’ wisecracking – and reveals the anguish hidden underneath The bored young men in Shook yearn t…

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Bianca Del Rio to Return to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie; Preeya Kalidas Will Also Join London Cast by Ryan McPhee

The musical continues at the Apollo Theatre in the West End.

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‘Involving, emotionally harrowing two-hander’: CHEMISTRY – Finborough Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Chemistry is an at times unsettling, but always compelling evening. It humanises the stigmatised and touches the soul using a wonderdrug – intimate performance.

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: A CHRISTMAS CAROL's Hannah Elless Takes Over Instagram!

We got some holiday cheer yesterday thanks to Hannah Elless taking over BroadwayWorld's Instagram Story at A Christmas Carol's first preview! So in case you missed it (or just want to r…

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Jac Yarrow And Jason Donovan are coming back to Joseph by Kitty Underwood

Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow will return to Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the London Palladium next summer. The post Jac Yarrow And Jason Donovan are coming back to Joseph …

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John Schneider Joins Karen Akers, Ken Jennings, Walter Willison, More for Grand Hotel Reunion Concert by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Judy Kaye will be a special guest in the evening, dedicated to the memory of Liliane Montevecchi.

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Snapshot: Max Miechowski at theprintspace

The collection is tender and meditative, oscillating between the glow of sunlight on skin and endless horizons where sea melts into sky

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Kele Okereke: 2042

Songs about gay hustlers and smooth disco pick-ups sit alongside an interlude of a sampled speech by an MP

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SebastiAn: Thirst

Songs are not as solipsistic as the cover suggests and include a saccharine refrain with an Afrobeats theme

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Aziza Brahim: Sahari

The artist sings about her experience as a migrant, the contrast between desert and metropolis, and between traditional and modern

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FKA Twigs: Magdalene

Lyrics are candid and introspective while minimalist rhythms come cloaked in layers of sound

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Terri Lyne Carrington and Social Science: Waiting Game

The music never wants for heft as the beautifully nuanced band marshal the various strands into a unified whole

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Nelson Freire: Encores

Gathered together for his 75th birthday, many of these pieces have been played by the pianist since his youth

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Theatre’s voice risks being lost in snap election, industry warns by Georgia Snow

Actors and theatre staff are being urged to make sure they have made arrangements to vote in next month’s election, amid warnings

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Royal Court to commission new plays in honour of former international director Elyse Dodgson by Matthew Hemley

London’s Royal Court Theatre is to commission a new play every other year in memory of its former international director, Elyse Dodgson.

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Piccadilly Theatre staff praised for ‘quick and professional’ actions to evacuate venue by Matthew Hemley

Theatre staff working at the Piccadilly Theatre on the night its ceiling collapsed have been praised for their “quick and professional actions”.

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An Enchanted April **** by Barry Gordin

By: Paulanne Simmons November 8, 2019: The Enchanted April, British writer Elizabeth von Arnim’s novel inspired by a month-long holiday to the Italian Riviera, was a best seller in 19…

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On digital: Apollo 11 / The Lion King

Artful editing and clever sound design in Todd Douglas Miller’s documentary; Disney’s digital do-over resides in an uncanny valley between CGI and animation

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Leonardo And His Lovers: The Opera by Artsjournal1

The new piece by composer Alex Mills and librettist Brian Mullin, titled Leonardo and premiering this weekend at London’s Victoria and Albert Museum, focuses on da Vinci’s relationship w…

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The Half-Billion-Dollar Expansion At Houston’s Museum Of Fine Arts Has An Opening Date In Sight by Artsjournal1

In the $450 million project announced four years ago, two smaller buildings and a plaza have already been added to the MFAH’s campus. The expansion’s centerpiece, the 183,528-square foot…

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There Were Women Authors In England Centuries Earlier Than We’d Thought by Artsjournal1

The first female writers in the kingdom have generally been thought to be Marie de France in the 12th century and Margery Kempe and Julian of Norwich in the 14th. But scholar Diane Watt argu…

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BWW TV: Watch Tiner Turner & More Welcome TINA to Broadway!

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. BroadwayWorld was there for the celebration and w…

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BWW TV: Watch Tina Turner & More Welcome TINA to Broadway!

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. BroadwayWorld was there for the celebration and w…

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‘There are scenes that will remain with you long after the performance is over’: THE HOUSE OF THE SPIRITS – Cervantes Theatre ★★★★ by Shyama Perera

After a cinematic start with the characters caught in spotlights mid-activity, we tumble into The House of the Spirits with a series of brutal scenes – rape, bullying, exploitation, pain.

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Frozen 2 songs reportedly catchier than the original

There's only two weeks left until Frozen 2 hits cinemas worldwide and the hype around this Disney sequel shows no signs of "cooling down" any time soon! Aside from Star Wars Episode IX: T…

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LAST DAYS OF SUMMER is Brash, Fresh, and Has Miles and Miles and Miles of Heart by Ralph Malachowski

George Street Playhouse celebrates its inaugural season in the sparkling New Brunswick Performing Arts Center with the exciting new musical LAST DAYS OF SUMMER only until November 10.

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In Which We Buddy up to Bud(d) Ross by Trav S.D.

The screen career of comical character actor Bud Ross (sometimes billed as Budd Ross, 1868-1932) is nicely bookended between D.W. Griffith’s The Burglar’s Dilemma (1912) and Mack Sennett…

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Lollypop Jones by Trav S.D.

Onnie Jones (1897-1954), often billed merely as “Lollypop”, was a comedian on the black vaudeville circuits, in nightclubs, and in race movies. Originally from Madison, Georgia, he becam…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 10:24AM

The Importance of Being Travis: A Dozen or So Famous and Infamous Guys with My Name by Trav S.D.

I am often asked about the origin of my pseudonym Trav S.D. — it has multiple meanings, but the whole point in choosing a symbolic moniker is NOT to overexplain and NOT to literalize. When…

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Am I the Reincarnated Spirit of Dorothy Kilgallen? by Trav S.D.

On November 8, 1965 two seemingly unrelated things occurred: 1) popular newspaper columnist and tv game show panelist Dorothy Kilgallen (b. 1913) was found dead in her Manhattan townhouse, f…

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Now casting: Fountain Theatre world premiere ‘Human Interest Story’ by Fountaintheatre

The Fountain Theatre is now casting roles available in the world premiere of the new play, Human Interest Story, written and directed by Stephen Sachs.  The timely  drama examining homeles…

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‘Cyrano’ – a New but Imperfect Take on Unrequited Love by Matthew Wexler

Peter Dinklage ("Game of Thrones") stars in "Cyrano," a new musical adaptation of Edmond Rostand's 1897 play about unrequited love and ghostwritten letters. The post ‘Cyrano’ – a New b…

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Weeds Sequel, With Mary-Louise Parker, In the Works by Olivia Clement

The upcoming series will pick up 10 years after the original.

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Paulanne Simmons Unscripted by Barry Gordin

The Big Lesson from The Great Society November 7, 2019: Robert Schenkkan’s newest play, The Great Society, chronicles the presidency of Lyndon Johnson from 1964 until Richard Nixon too…

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Photo Flash: Josh Groban Makes Guest Appearance At FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME

Last night, Josh Groban was a special guest at Freestyle Love Supreme!

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Rodgers + Hammerstein’s Cinderella Will Have U.K. Premiere in 2020 by Andrew Gans

The 2013 Broadway adaptation of the Rodgers and Hammerstein musical, recently seen in a London concert, will play the Hope Mill Theatre.

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The Michaels Review. A family of dancers at yet another Richard Nelson Rhinebeck play by New York Theater

If Richard Nelson, the writer and director of “The Michaels,” were hired to direct the next Marvel movie, would Iron Man, Thor and the Hulk sit around the kitchen table in Rhinebeck, New…

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VIDEO: HARRIET's Cynthia Erivo Performs 'Stand Up' in New Music Video

Cynthia Erivo performs 'Stand Up' in the new music video written for the film Harriet. 

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, November 8, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Read Reviews for Musical Cyrano Starring Peter Dinklage and Jasmine Cephas Jones by Playbill Staff

See what critics think of the Erica Schmidt adaptation from The New Group, now playing at the Daryl Roth Theatre.

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Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan Will Return to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at London Palladium by Andrew Gans

The Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice musical will begin performances in July 2020.

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Photo Flash: See Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, and More at the FROZEN 2 Premiere!

Filmmakers, talent and special guests celebrated Walt Disney Animation Studios' “Frozen 2” last night in Hollywood. “Frozen 2,” stars in attendance included Kristen Bell, Idina Men…

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The 65th Obie Awards Are Set For May 18, 2020

The American Theatre Wing and The Village Voice have announced that the 65th Annual Obie Awards will return to New York's Terminal 5 (610 West 56th Street) on Monday, May 18, 2020 to celebra…

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Exploding the canon: Inside the IN Series opera company’s “radical” practice  by Whitney Fishburn

Now into his second year leading IN Series, the itinerant company based at the Source Theater, artistic director Timothy Nelson has not been shy about challenging opera’s status quo.  “…

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Ruthie Henshall joins West End production of Eric and Ern

The Morecambe and Wise duo comprised of Jonty Stephens and Ian Ashpitel are set to return to London's West End as Eric and Ern, this time with special guest star Ruthie Henshall. They will p…

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ArtsBeat Radio/TV Interview with Lucinda Kidder from Silverthorne Theater by Mark G Auerbach

ArtBeat Radio/TV for 11/8/19. Mark G Auerbach interviews Lucinda Kidder, co-founder of Silverthorne Theater Company in Greenfield, MA.

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Watch Tina Turner's Emotional Speech at Opening Night of Tina: The Tina Turner Musical by Roberto Araujo

The star joined the cast onstage at Broadway's Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

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VIDEO: Leslie Odom Jr. Promises a Filmed Stage Version of HAMILTON is Coming

Leslie Odom Jr. was a guest on Thursday night's episode of WATCH WHAT HAPPENS LIVE to talk about his new album, Mr, which is out today!

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Tina Turner surprises crowd at opening night of Broadway's Tina: The Tina Turner Musical by Dave Quinn

Tina Turner had the crowd Broadway’s Lunt-Fontanne Theatre on their feet Thursday night, in more ways than one. The music icon and Rock and Roll Hall of Famer, 79, stopped by opening night…

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Trish Cooke announced as Bush Theatre’s first writer in residence by Giverny Masso

London’s Bush Theatre has announced Trish Cooke as its inaugural writer in residence. As part of the 18-month residency Cooke will write

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Arifa Akbar to replace Michael Billington as Guardian’s chief theatre critic by Matthew Hemley

Arifa Akbar is to succeed Michael Billington as chief theatre critic at the Guardian. Former literary editor of the Independent, Akbar has

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Dorset arts organisations face local council cuts by Georgia Snow

Arts organisations in Dorset could be facing a round of funding cuts from their local council, and have warned that the proposed

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Camden People’s Theatre refurb among projects to receive £12.3 million ACE funding by Giverny Masso

A major refurbishment of Camden People’s Theatre is among the projects to receive £12.3 million in funding from Arts Council England. The

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‘Will have you constantly smiling’: I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change – Chiswick Playhouse ★★★★ by Luca Molinari

I love you, you're perfect, now change lives up to its name as Chiswick Playhouse give us an extensively re-written 2018 version of an Off-Broadway gem that ran for 12 years straight since p…

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Review: Prime Stage avoids darkness inherent in puritanical 'Scarlet Letter' by Christopher Rawson

Pittsburgh’s literary theater company presents a new adaptation of the novel by Nathaniel Hawthorne.

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: Idina Menzel, Jonathan Groff, Kristen Bell, and Josh Gad Talk FROZEN 2 Spoilers, the Premiere, and More!

The four stars of Frozen 2, Kristen Bell, Idina Menzel, Josh Gad, and Jonathan Groff, stopped by Jimmy Kimmel Live on Thursday night to talk about the highly anticipated sequel!

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The Massive Embezzlement Scandal That Nearly Brought Down Barcelona’s Most Beautiful Concert Hall by Artsjournal1

It was ten years ago that the Palau de la Música Catalana’s name was all over Spain’s newspapers: €24 million had disappeared from the hall’s bank accounts in a corruption and kickb…

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Photo Coverage: Go Inside Opening Night of The New Group's CYRANO, with Peter Dinklage and More!

The New Group's Cyrano is playing a limited Off-Broadway engagement through December 22 at The Daryl Roth Theatre, where it just celebrated opening night!

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Afterimages by Laura Mulvey — time to embrace #MeToo

Women’s shifting role in film, by the feminist critic who coined the term ‘male gaze’

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Theater Time Review: "Cyrano" by Joseph Cervelli

A Cyrano minus his wonderful humor.

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Northern Ballet review at Linbury Theatre, London – ‘boldly original new work’ by Anna Winter

Northern Ballet is known for its dramatic prowess in large narrative works, but its latest triple bill shows off the company’s skill

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Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow will return to Joseph in 2020 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow will return to the roles of Pharoah and Joseph respectively when Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns to the London Palladium in …

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Sleeping Beauty review at Royal Opera House, London – ‘excellent revival of a cherished classic’ by Anna Winter

The Royal Ballet made its name with Petipa’s The Sleeping Beauty, reopening Covent Garden’s knackered opera house in 1946 with a production

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VIDEOS: The Cast of FROZEN 2 Sing Their Audition Songs, Talk About the Movie, and More!

Variety chatted with the cast and creatives of Frozen 2 at the film's premiere last night! The cast members sang their auditions songs, talked about the new songs in the film, and much more!

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Jason Donovan & Jac Yarrow will reprise their roles in the hit production of Joseph

After receiving acclaim for their performances as Joseph and the Pharaoh in the new production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat at the Lon…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Friday, November 8, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Critics Review “Tina” and Adrienne, “The Minutes” Announces Starry Cast, Lin, Meryl, and Emma are co-Hosting What, Now? “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, pod…

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Placido Domingo Cancels Tokyo Olympics Performance

According to the New York Times, Placido Domingo recently announced that he was withdrawing from his scheduled appearance for the Tokyo Olympics in 2020. This is the latest of multiple cance…

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The Taming of the Shrew, Barbican review - different but still problematic by Heather Neill

Gender changes provide a new perspective on the balance of power This is one play by Shakespeare ripe for tinkering. It's well nigh impossible now to take it at face value and still find rom…

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Preeya Kalidas to join Everybody’s Talking About Jamie by Ruth Comerford

Preeya Kalidas will join the West End cast of Everybody’s Talking About Jamie later this month. She will play the role of

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Jac Yarrow and Jason Donovan to return to Joseph musical by Ruth Comerford

Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow will reprise their roles in the  Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat when it returns next year.

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Hope Mill to stage UK premiere of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella by Matthew Hemley

Hope Mill Theatre is to stage the UK’s first fully-staged production of the Broadway version of Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Cinderella. Cinderella will be

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The Friday 5 Quiz: Broadway Costumes: Cats Edition by JK

Let me start off this week's Friday 5 with an apology. I'm sorry that I forgot to give the answers to the last Broadway Costumes Quiz under last week's Friday 5! Those answers are below this…

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Campbell Addy — ‘I have to bring my perspective’

The photographer and publisher has a fresh take on portraiture

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‘Ultimately a feel-good show’: REPUTATION – The Other Palace ★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Despite the plot holes, this is a charming musical that has potential. This might be the first outing for Alick Glass’s 1930’s set musical but there is still plenty of potential to be fo…

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In The Inheritance, Lois Smith Returns to Broadway After 23 Years by Mark Peikert

The Tony Award nominee offers her singular take on the short but pivotal role in Matthew Lopez’s two-parter.

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Lois Smith Returns to Broadway After 23 Years in The Inheritance by Mark Peikert

The Tony Award nominee offers her singular take on the short but pivotal role in Matthew Lopez’s two-parter.

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Interview: After The Boy in the Dress, could the RSC cast David Walliams as Miss Trunchbull please?

As the RSC's much-anticipated musical adaptation of David Walliams' children's novel THE BOY IN THE DRESS starts performances, check out what Walliams revealed to Faves founder Terri Paddock…

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Survivors speak out by Brianna Wellen

In its fifth year, Surviving the Mic continues to provide a place for survivors of sexual harm to tell their stories in their own words. Writer and spoken word a…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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INTERVIEW: David Walliams on The Boy In The Dress by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff David Walliams talks about his inspiration for The Boy in the Dress, his career as a children’s writer and having his work adapted by the RSC. This post INTERVIEW: David…

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Nan Goldin on art, addiction and her battle with the Sacklers over opioids

The artist tells the FT why she ‘can’t stand back and watch another generation disappear’

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The Queen’s new clothes: behind the scenes of ‘The Crown’ season three

Jo Ellison gets a sneak peek at a fabulously Technicolor Windsor wardrobe

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Digby Bell: The Man Who Broke the Bank at Monte Carlo by Trav S.D.

Digby Bell (1849-1917) was a Milwaukee born vocalist, popular in comic opera, musical comedy and vaudeville at the tune of the last century. He is credited with being the performer who intro…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 06:18AM

NEWS: Jason Donovan & Jac Yarrow return to Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat in 2020 by Press Releases

Jason Donovan and Jac Yarrow will be back at the London Palladium in 2020 when the hit production of Tim Rice and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat returns…

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Bianca Del Rio returns to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie by Kitty Underwood

It's a wonderful day when Bianca Del Rio returns to Everybody's Talking About Jamie! Preeya Kalidas & Roy Haylock join the cast this winter. The post Bianca Del Rio returns to Everybody…

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‘We don’t want snobbery’: how to do culture in Dagenham

Aspiration not gentrification lies behind attempts to engage with the arts in this much-mocked part of east London

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What’s on this winter in London

From Steve McQueen’s schools project to candlelit concerts, an at-a-glance guide to events and evenings out

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Berlin to Finchleystrasse: return of the Cosmo café

For years it was a home from home for refugees from Nazi Germany, now a new show brings it back to life

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Triumph of the robots by Terry Teachout

In today’s Wall Street Journal I review two new musicals, Tina: The Tina Turner Musical and Cyrano. Here’s an excerpt. *  *  * Yet another new jukebox biomusical, “Tina: The Tina T…

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Easy review at Blue Elephant Theatre, London – ‘quietly compelling monologue’ by Dave Fargnoli

Telling a familiar tale of sex, betrayal, and teenage anxiety, Easy is an engaging monologue from emerging playwright Amy Blakelock. The story

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A land without classics by Terry Teachout

In today’s Wall Street Journal “Sightings” column, I explain how American theaters rarely perform older plays—and what effect that has on our theatrical culture. Here’s an excerpt.…

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The twenty-five record albums that changed my life (19) 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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Replay: Buddy Rich appears on The Mike Douglas Show by Terry Teachout

Buddy Rich appears with his band on a 1967 episode of The Mike Douglas Show: (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-related videos that appear in this space each Monday, Wednes…

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The secret life of sheds

The space at the bottom of the garden is the best place to experiment with bold design

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Here’s how to choose wallpaper

Why not transform dark hallways with murals?

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Almanac: H.L. Mencken on justice by Terry Teachout

“Injustice is relatively easy to bear; what stings is justice.” H.L. Mencken,  “Footnote on Criticism”

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: Adrienne Warren and the Cast of TINA Perform a Concert Following Opening Night

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. After the show, Adrienne Warren and the cast p…

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Photo Coverage: The Stars Arrive on the Opening Night Red Carpet For TINA - THE TINA TURNER MUSICAL

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out …

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Bianca Del Rio to return to Everybody’s Talking About Jamie

For those who weren’t lucky enough last time to see the phenomenon that is drag queen Bianca Del Rio in the role of Hugo/Loco Chanelle, then you’re in luck because she is making a return…

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Photo Coverage: Adrienne Warren and the Cast of TINA Take Their Opening Night Bows

The new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, TINA - THE Tina Turner MUSICAL opened on Broadway last night, November 7. BroadwayWorld was there and you can check out …

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Wake Up With BWW 11/8: TINA Reviews, Opening Night Red Carpet, and More!

Today's top stories: check out our opening night coverage for Tina, including the reviews, red carpet footage, and more!

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‘Margolyes once again proves why she’s one of our finest actresses’: SYDNEY & THE OLD GIRL – Park Theatre by Kirsty Herrington

Sydney & the Old Girl features commendable performances and there is a good dose of humour, however ultimately this sinister play which intends to shock simply leaves you feeling deflate…

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Michael Coveney: Today, when everyone’s a critic, voices like Michael Billington’s are irreplaceable by Michael Coveney

The unthinkable has happened. Michael Billington has called it a day on the night job as he passes his 80th birthday and

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From Tommy Trinder to Rod Stewart: 100 years of the Royal Variety Performance by Nick Smurthwaite

The Royal Variety Performance has been a national treasure since its first show in 1919. To celebrate the event’s centenary, Nick Smurthwaite

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Neil Bartlett: This Remembrance Day I want to remind audiences of the powerful act of listening to each other by Neil Bartlett

In the course of my career, I’ve made live performance pretty much everywhere: in nightclubs, derelict warehouses, cathedrals, hospitals – and even

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Howard Sherman: Theatre can be great when it doesn’t tell you what you want to hear by Howard Sherman

Theatre is often accused of confirming people’s biases and US theatre’s bias is viewed – not necessarily inaccurately – as being left-leaning

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Friday, November 8, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Kristin Chenoweth Returns to Broadway with Solo Concert Engagement For the Girls by Andy Lefkowitz

Kristin Chenoweth heads home to Broadway on November 8 with the new concert engagement For the Girls. The beloved Tony-winning star will play a limited run of the show at the Nederlander The…

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Rockettes Kick Off Holiday Run in Radio City Christmas Spectacular by Andy Lefkowitz

The Rockettes return to the radiant Radio City Music Hall on November 8 with the 92nd edition of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular. The celebrated production will continue through January…

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Unremembered, Channel 4 — David Lammy learns about the war heroes who were left forgotten

The MP travels to east Africa to hear about the soldiers who were not offered rites of remembrance

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Camille A. Brown: ‘For me, authenticity is a top priority’

The choreographer’s work — of which there is currently a flurry in New York — distils the African-American experience

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Climategate: Science of a Scandal, BBC4

The story behind a hacking case that derailed a UN conference and tried to sway nations on an issue of global concern

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Bedlam’s The Crucible Begins Off-Broadway November 8 by Olivia Clement

Eric Tucker directs the production in the Connelly Theater.

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Kristin Chenoweth Returns to Broadway November 8 in New Concert Act For the Girls by Andrew Gans

The Tony and Emmy winner is playing a limited engagement at the Nederlander Theatre to celebrate her new solo album.

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National Tour of Benj Pasek and Justin Paul’s A Christmas Story Musical Begins November 8 by Andrew Gans

Based on the holiday film, the musical kicks off its limited traveling engagement in Sacramento.

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This Is Not Another Slave Play - The immersive 'Black History Museum' takes a satirical look at 400 years of the African-American experience

The immersive Black History Museum takes a satirical look at 400 years of the African-American experience---Regardless of how you identify, The Black History Museum…According to the U…

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