Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

First Peoples to shape Victoria’s creative future by Arts Review

For the first time, Victoria’s First Peoples will have a formalised leadership role when creative and cultural policies are developed, with the appointment of Creative Victoria’s new Fir…

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Laurel Griggs, Broadway actress, dies at 13 after asthma attack, family says by Neil Vigdor and Mariel Padilla

Laurel Griggs, who enjoyed early acting success in the 2013 Broadway revival of “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof” and the musical adaptation of the Irish film “Once,” died Tuesday. She was 13.…

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Review: All the World’s a Grave in the Druid ‘Richard III’ by Ben Brantley

Garry Hynes’s visually hypnotic interpretation of the tale of the crookback who would be king sees medieval England as a cold slaughterhouse.

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Report From New York: Joshua Henry’s Superb Performance Enhances Powerful Wrong Man by Bill Hirschman

Let’s get it out quickly because this show’s twice-extended off-Broadway run at the MCC Theater ends Nov. 24. The Wrong Man is a superbly wrought, profoundly affecting work, ranking up t…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Scotland, PA by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

There have been many adaptation of Shakespeare’s Macbeth but none of them probably as entertaining as the new musical "Scotland, PA." Presented in the cartoon style of "Little Shop of Horr…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)


The darker side of human nature is on display in DruidShakespeare: Richard III, a chilling story of power and ambition in a wickedly comic production from Ireland’s Druid theater comp…

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Broadbend, Arkansas Review: Three Generations of Racial Injustice, Sort Of by New York Theater

“Broadbend, Arkansas” is billed as a musical about three generations of an African-American family in the South grappling with injustice.  While technically accurate, that’s a mislead…

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Kristin Chenoweth For the Girls: It’s Good to See Her, Isn’t It? by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★★ The ever-popular Kristin Chenoweth returns to Broadway with a too-brief concert run The post Kristin Chenoweth For the Girls: It’s Good to See Her, Isn’t It? appeared first …

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Broadbend, Arkansas: Inspired Musical Look at Racism’s Toll by David Finkle

★★★★ Ted Shen, Ellen McHugh, Harrison David Rivers create strong piece with director Jack Cummings III The post Broadbend, Arkansas: Inspired Musical Look at Racism’s Toll appeared…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Broadbend, Arkansas: A Family’s African-American Dreams, and Struggles by Elysa Gardner

★★★ A new musical examines decades of injustice, and hope, through the eyes of a father and daughter The post Broadbend, Arkansas: A Family’s African-American Dreams, and Struggles a…

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First two artists announced for Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020 by Arts Review

SBS and production partner Blink TV have announced the first two artists to compete in Eurovision – Australia Decides in February 2020. Hosted on the Gold Coast and broadcast live and excl…

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New shows added in Melbourne by Peter J Snee

Cirque du Soleil have announced a Melbourne season extension of their most acclaimed touring show to date, KURIOS – Cabinet of Curiosities™ Performances from 15 to 26 April have been add…

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Caroline Bowman and Caroline Innerbichler Premiere New Duet in Frozen Tour by Andrew Gans

The Disney production kicks off November 10 in Schenectady, New York.

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Where’s CYRANO’S Nose? by Peter Filichia

With Peter Dinklage as the title character in this new musical simply called CYRANO, you might assume you’ll see a...Continue Reading The post Where’s CYRANO’S Nose? appeared first on …

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Douglas Q. Barnett, Seattle’s Black Theatre Founder And African American Theatre History Author, Has Died At 88 by Artsjournal2

Barnett founded Black Arts/West in Seattle in 1969, and “was a vocal advocate for contemporary theater, pursuing funding for new work and training and opportunities for African American pe…

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Shop Dogs, Custom Roasted Coffee, And Other Wild Things On Author Websites by Artsjournal2

You’d think authors would have things like, oh, the titles of their books, links to buy said books, maybe a list of book tour dates, press contacts, etc. Sure, sure, but there’s so much …

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Instagram Wants To Kill ‘Like’ Counts by Artsjournal2

Why? It might actually be good for some people – the youth, as they say, or those chasing social media influence. “The hope is that the change can reduce anxiety among Instagram users,…

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Here’s A Snowflake From The First Full-Length ‘Nutcracker’ In The U.S. by Artsjournal2

Seventy-five years ago, in a San Francisco busy with Naval activity in the middle of WWII, the San Francisco Ballet staged the first full-length Nutcracker in the U.S. The snow is still fall…

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Concert review: Remarkable Mozart from Suzuki, SLSO & Co. by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

There was some delightful Haydn to start things off

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🍸 Broken Story (through Nov. 16th) by Theater With A Twist

White Horse Theater Company, Gene Frankel Theatre, 24 Bond Street, NYC A well-written and well-directed Hollywood murder mystery (with a simple plot) that not only

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Anthony Rapp Announces Engagement to Boyfriend Ken Ithiphol

Anthony Rapp has revealed that he is engaged! He made a post on Instagram, announcing that he has asked his boyfriend, Ken Ithiphol, to marry him, and he said yes.

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FROZEN Tour Will Feature a New Anna and Elsa Duet, 'I Can't Lose You'

The national tour of Frozen kicks off today, and it was just announced that it will be featuring a new song!

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This Week on Broadway for November 10, 2019: Cyrano and Seared by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk about Ivo Von Hove’s changes to the upcoming Broadway revival of West Side Story, The New Group’s production of Cyrano, Utah Ly…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

People You Should Know . . . Joseph Bricker by Zack Calhoon

(Photo by Michael Wolfe) Joseph Bricker is a Los Angeles-based actor/writer. Originally from the midwest, he grew up cornfed, so he got big and strong. Just kidding. He's wiry and from the …

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Nutcracker 2019: Here’s where to see the iconic ballet in the Bay Area by Randy McMullen

From full-length, opulent productions to kid-friendly abbreviated versions, here's where to see "The Nutcracker" in the Bay Area.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Concert Review: Blue Note Records Celebrates its 80th at Shalin Liu — Almost Something for Everyone, and That’s Cool by Steve Provizer

All three groups in this Blue Note anniversary concert were distinctly different. One was shaded with a hip hop influence, one proffered organ trio jazz-funk and one, all female, had singing…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

ONCE (Bucks County Playhouse): Once upon a time in New Hope by Joshua Herren

Bucks County Playhouse’s stunning production of ONCE leaves audiences hungry for more.

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Review: Coffee With a Side of Isolation in ‘User Not Found’ by Laura Collins-Hughes

The Next Wave festival’s latest digital dive: A tale of grief staged in a Brooklyn cafe that the audience only pieces together by smartphone.

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OH MERCY! (orig. “Roubaix, une lumière”) (dir. ARNAUD DESPLECHIN): 2019 Philadelphia Film Festival Review by Yumna Tolaimate

Suspense is just a side effect to this crime-ridden film that's not a crime film

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Laurel Griggs, young Broadway star of Once, dies at 13 by Eric Todisco

The cause of 13-year-old Broadway actress Laurel Griggs’ death has been revealed. Griggs’ family told The Post that she died on Nov. 5 in New York City, according to Page Six. The teena…

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‘Last Summer at Bluefish Cove’ is a heart-wrenching glimpse into lesbian lives by Darby Dejarnette

Life has never been easy for women who love other women. Last Summer at Bluefish Cove—written by Jane Chambers and widely regarded as the first production to portray lesbians in a positive…

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Review: Antipodes, National Theatre by Nick Ferris

Review: Antipodes, National Theatre4.0starsThere is an older play called Antipodes: a late renaissance farce about a man obsessed with imagined worlds on the other side of the Earth, who is …

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How this Native pottery master was molded by his family’s legacy by Artsjournal1

“Potter Nathan Youngblood says it can take a lifetime to learn his craft. Youngblood, whose pottery balances traditional forms with innovative technique, learned by watching his grandmothe…

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A City Divided: How Chicago’s theatre scene reflects its legacy of racism — and what can be done to fight it by Artsjournal1

“Chicago, for all of its demographic diversity, isn’t immune to the racism and (not so blissful) ignorance that plagues American theatres more generally. Many artists see the theatrical …

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Who Belongs on Chicago Stages? Everyone by Artsjournal1

“Mark Larson’s new book Ensemble: An Oral History of Chicago Theater (Agate Midway), tells the stories of the town’s theatre in the words of its makers, from Steppenwolf to Second City…

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Is There a Black Acting Method? A Symposium Makes the Case by Artsjournal1

“A gathering last month in Georgia lifted up the work of Sharrell D. Luckett and Tia M. Shaffer, and their mentor, Freddie Hendricks, in developing empowering approaches for Black actors.…

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An Art Program in Los Angeles Proposes Ways to Address Homelessness by Artsjournal1

“The Goethe-Institut has partnered with the Los Angeles Poverty Department in organizing Worlds of Homelessness, a weeklong interdisciplinary series of events featuring artists, architects…

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For Teresita Fernández, Personal Is Political by Artsjournal1

“Twenty years of her works will come together for the first time in Miami, where she was born after her parents emigrated from Cuba. … The artist has never wanted to limit the interpreta…

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In the #MeToo Era, Museums Celebrate Women by Artsjournal1

“Women of Progress: Early Camera Portraits, an exhibition at the National Portrait Gallery, [is] one of several major exhibitions in the nation’s capital that celebrate women — from th…

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Ed Bereal Brings Edgy to Bellingham by Artsjournal1

“Over the decades, the artist has only become more confrontational, exploring such themes as gun violence, racism, police brutality and corporate greed.” – The New York Times

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Displaying, not Hiding, the Reality of Slave Labor in Art by Artsjournal1

“Thomas Jefferson, Architect: Palladian Models, Democratic Principles and the Conflict of Ideals … at the Chrysler Museum, in Norfolk, Va., is one example of how some museums are working…

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In Miami, the Murals Are the Message by Artsjournal1

“Bright, colorful murals are turning up all over town on the walls of office buildings, warehouses, condos, corner stores, laundromats, and even public schools, sports stadiums and a polic…

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Baltimore Museum Of Art Remaking American Art History by Artsjournal1

“The Baltimore Museum of Art doesn’t wish to renovate American art history by placing more black artists in leading roles. The BMA wants to take a wrecking ball to American art history, …

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Wendell Pierce: ‘I Still Have Fear, But Now I Have Courage’ by Artsjournal1

On playing Willy Loman: “I knew that it would challenge me like no other role. It is the American Hamlet. And now that I’ve done it, I’m going down the list of all the roles that I wan…

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‘Public art is propaganda, frankly’: Hank Willis Thomas discusses gun violence and the urgent need for alternative memorials by Artsjournal1

“Hank Willis Thomas is making some of the most urgent, timely art in the US. With a knack for adopting popular icons and signs, whether in the form of sporting imagery or memorable photogr…

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How this dance studio connects adopted children to their native roots by Artsjournal1

“Every year, families from across the country gather for a heritage camp where adopted Indian and Nepalese children come to learn about their roots. Mudra Dance Studio has been part of the…

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Building Racial Equity in Public Art Funding: A Seattle Story by Artsjournal1

“The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is a city department working within a large bureaucracy, but we can use that to our advantage, and we have. We are small and nimble, and we…

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Howard Sherman: Seeing a favourite show performed in Sing Sing gave it a fresh meaning by Artsjournal1

“At this moment, when the US is deep in the throes of an impeachment investigation, it is startling and bracing to be immersed in the debate over the country’s founding principles, howev…

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Are Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Statements Effective Tools for Foundations? by Artsjournal1

Morgan Williams: “The purpose of my research was to shed light on some of the complexities, nuances, and challenges of putting DEI theory into practice within foundation funding for arts a…

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The Role of Foundations in Achieving Creative Justice by Artsjournal1

Antonio C. Cuyler: “In this article, I explore three research questions: What role should foundations play in achieving creative justice? What behaviors do foundations practice that might …

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Afro Yaqui Music Collective Works to Resurrect Silenced Voices by Artsjournal1

“On Thursday, October 24, 2019, the Afro Yaqui Music Collective took the stage on Pittsburgh’s North Side for an evening of jazz-fusion fueled activism in the name of unjustly forgotten …

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Pioneering classical harpist joins Albany Symphony at Albany Civil Rights Institute by Artsjournal1

“[Ann Hobson] Pilot played with the Boston Symphony Orchestra for four decades before retiring from the orchestra in 2009. She is one of four African-American musicians who broke the color…

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Preorder Your Books From Indie Bookstores by Artsjournal2

Here’s why you should do that: “Your interest in a title will indicate to booksellers that it’s worth checking out! Maybe they’ll read it. Maybe they’ll love it and give it table s…

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Singer wants to ‘un-whitewash’ classical music history with free Boston concerts by Artsjournal1

“‘The [Every Voice] project, in a way, seeks to kind of un-straightwash and un-whitewash music history, especially in the classical sphere,’ said [countertenor Reginald] Mobley, a nati…

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What Happens When A Renowned Flutist Gets Diagnosed With Alzheimer’s? by Artsjournal2

Well, if the flutist is Eugenia Zukerman, she writes a memoir chronicling what happens to her brain. Now three years into her Alzheimer’s diagnosis, she says, “music for me is a second l…

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McSweeney’s Internet Tendency Is Now Old Enough To Drink Legally by Artsjournal2

Happy 21st, McSweeney’s Internet Tendency. How the heck do you stay so funny over some exceedingly unfunny years? One editor interviews another to find out. – Inside Higher Ed

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Valentine Monnier Is The Sixth Woman To Accuse Roman Polanski Of Raping Her When She Was A Teen by Artsjournal2

In the French newspaper Le Parisien, the photographer and former actress and model says that in 1975, the director raped her at his ski chalet in Switzerland. “She said she remembered fear…

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The Rise – And Importance – Of Asian American Dance Groups by Artsjournal2

In a lot of Asian countries, “hip-hop rose to popularity as a form of self-expression and resistance, sometimes in the face of colonialism and oppressive regimes.” But current Asian Amer…

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Maria Perego, Who Created The Mouse Puppet Topo Gigio, Has Died At 95 by Artsjournal2

Perego was an Italian puppeteer who came up with the 10-inch tall mouse puppet/marionette in the 1950s – and then the Ed Sullivan Show came calling, and calling, and calling. Of the puppet…

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Laid-Off Marciano Art Foundation Staffers Protest At The Museum’s Building In Los Angeles by Artsjournal2

The staffers walked a picket line in front of the former Scottish Rite Temple on Friday. “We’re here to work! We want to work!” they chanted, and “Let us in! Let us in! Let us in!”…

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Why Would The Oscars Reject A Nigerian Film For Its Language? by Artsjournal2

Because the language isn’t “foreign” enough – it’s English. The Academy is changing what the category is called – Best International Film instead of Best Foreign-Language Film …

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How Reassuring: Manet Used Tracing Paper To Make Doodles Look Effortless by Artsjournal2

So, Manet’s “off-the-cuff spontaneity” took a little more work than he, and art historians following his words, ever claimed. “Most of these things seem to have been traced from more…

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The Artist Obsessed With Worms by Artsjournal2

Simone Lia is a comic-strip artist, but one day she noticed that she couldn’t stop drawing worms. Her “worms look like demob-happy frankfurters. They have floaty bodies, dazed smiles. …

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Gillian Jagger, Sculptor Who Used Trees And Animal Carcasses, Has Died At 88 by Artsjournal2

Jagger used the natural world as inspiration, and her work related to Land Art, ecofeminism, and Post-Minimalism without aligning to any one specific movement. The artist “hit upon one of …

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The Design Of ‘English-Style’ Gardens Owes A Lot To China And Japan by Artsjournal2

Garden and art history books tell a specific story that leaves some important bits out. “In a few short decades, what became known as the ‘English style’ had spread across Britain and …

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A Bookstore With A Mission, Surviving In The Midst Of Book Business Upheaval by Artsjournal2

Must be nice to be able to say that people wanting bestsellers can just “ge them elsewhere.” Another Story Bookshop in Toronto was founded with a mission of social justice, with the purp…

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So They Hired Phoebe Waller-Bridge Of ‘Fleabag’ Fame To Help The James Bond Movies Out by Artsjournal2

Remember how Carrie Fisher (RIP, General) used to punch up scripts? It’s Phoebe Waller-Bridge’s time now. She’s the second woman – only the second – to get a writing credit on a Bo…

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The Greta Thunberg Of The Theatre by Artsjournal2

Isabella Madrigal, a tribally enrolled member of the Cahuilla Band of Indians in California, and a 17-year-old, figured out, as she had a hard time finding good roles, that she could shape h…

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Is Memoir Writing Selfish? by Artsjournal2

Michelle Tea, author of several memoirs and novels, says (in her new book called, er, Against Memoir) that it certainly is. “Examining the need to record her experiences in the title essay…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

When Home Is a Big Broadway Stage by Ben Brantley

Kristin Chenoweth and Ian McKellen demonstrate the increasingly popular art of turning theater palaces into cozy parlors for confabs with fans.

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Stella review – a moonlight marvel for children by Chris Wiegand

Stratford Circus Arts Centre, LondonFilskit’s theatre show for young audiences features clowning, aerial tricks and an engaging tale of friendship Here’s a set that little hands would lo…

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Concert Preview: Club Passim Celebrates 60 Years with a Birthday Bash by Jason M. Rubin

At a time when a number of established music venues in the Boston area have closed, Club Passim continues to thrive thanks to the same grass-roots support it has enjoyed over six decades. Th…

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Tim Minchin review – a triumphant comeback that is short on laughs by Brian Logan

Eventim Apollo, LondonIn his first tour for eight years, the Australian polymath offers up a three-hour spectacular tracing the story of his life Tim Minchin was “misdiagnosed” as a come…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Shadows, The Coronet Theatre by Nick Ferris

Review: Shadows, The Coronet Theatre1.0starFrom Aristophanes, to Shakespeare and Honoré de Balzac, the elderly’s decline into decrepitude has long been associated in comedy with a return …

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The Black History Museum Theater Review: From Slave Ships to Barber Shops, Satirical Scenes to Illuminating Installations by New York Theater

“Whoo, that was some heavy shit,” our guide says after leading us through 400 years of African-American history. It was hard to disagree. Every inch of HERE Arts Center has been transfor…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Show This to Your Parents: The “Real World” Benefits of a Theatre Degree by Francesca O'Hern

The stand up comedian Jared Logan has a joke that goes something like this: “I was on academic scholarship and then I used that money to become a theatre major. That’s like if you win th…

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Evita, Queen and a Theatrical Blizzard Will Rock You in Our 5 Must-Do Events for the Week of November 11 to 17 by Kathy Henderson

Some vibrant leading ladies—stage vets Judith Ivey and Kate Mulgrew and two Eva Perons—take the stage this week. Add in limited engagements of a Queen jukebox musical and a surrealistic …

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Truffles at the Secret Room by Barry Gordin

Dinner and mayhem at the Secret Room with the new musical, Truffles: Music! Mushrooms! Murder performed with a talented robust cast.  November 10, 2019: Would you like to add a little e…

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The Michaels by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Richard Nelson’s latest play, "The Michaels" (subtitled a “Conversation During Difficult Times”) is a thing of beauty. Low-key like his "Apple Family" quartet and his "The Gabriels" tr…

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The BBC needs to adapt to the new media world

The public service broadcaster’s model depends on young audiences

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Screen of Consciousness by Sandi Durell

  An Amusement Column   by Harry Haun   MONDAY BLOODY MONDAY: With all the galas and benefits going on these days, you’d think somebody would come up with some kind of Calendar of Event…

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Let Me ‘Edu-tain’ You by Mara Jill Herman

Edutain [ed-yoo-teyn] verb to educate and entertain simultaneously How does teaching your art inform your performance? I asked five theater professionals and here’s what they say… Forres…

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Laurel Griggs Dies: Broadway Actress Who Played Ivanka In ‘Once’ Was 13 by Bruce Haring

Teenage actress Laurel Griggs, who made her Broadway debut at age 6 next to Scarlett Johansson and appeared on Saturday Night Live, has died, according to reports and an online obituary. She…

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‘Agnes of God’ at Factory 449 glories in a trinity of divine performances by John Stoltenberg

Following on Factory 449’s electrifying production two years ago of Lela & Co.—which earned Helen Hayes Awards for both its director (Rick Hammerly) and star (Felicia Curry)—the co…

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Listen to Your Favorite Songs on the First Fan-Chosen Episode of Elaine Paige on Sunday by

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday, and this week is all about you. For the first time ever …

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The Show People Podcast: Paul ‘Paulus’ L. Martin loves Marmite by Andrew Keates

The Show People Podcast is back and in this episode host Andrew Keates is joined by Paul L. Martin, best known for being the Marmite judge on the BBC reality series All Together Now.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)


(Roger Friedman’s article appeared on Show Biz 411, 11/10; via the Drudge Report.) Last year, director Ivo von Hove brought his hit London production of “Network” to New York and cause…

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BWW Flashback: LINDA VISTA Concludes Broadway Run Today

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, Linda Vista, by Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Tracy Letts (August: Osage County), concludes its Broadway run today, November 10, at the Hayes The…

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Why Roundabout Theatre Company Develops New Playwrights—Not Just New Plays by Olivia Clement

From Dear Evan Hansen’s Steven Levenson to Usual Girls’ Ming Peiffer, Roundabout Underground aims to launch the careers of writers who will refresh the theatre canon.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

How the way she spoke Resuscitated the Power of Storytelling Through Minimalism by Sean Anthony Chia

By Sean Anthony Chia. Sean Anthony Chia examines the impact of a powerful story—one without spectacle—through the lens of Isaac Gomez’s the way she spoke.

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‘Perfectly timed’: THE TAMING OF THE SHREW – Barbican Theatre ★★★ by Jonathan Baz

The Taming of the Shrew remains an undoubtedly stimulating evening and well worth a visit, if only to witness the script re-imagined and reinterpreted – a pleasing rarity.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

How to write a play review by Diana Nadim

Above all, have fun writing your reviews.

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Broadway’s Dirty Secret by Helen Lewis

Ivo Van Hove’s success shows how much American commercial theater relies on European state funding.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

‘The best thing is its pitch perfect cast’: THE ANTIPODES – National Theatre by Rachel Williams

The Antipodes is certainly not the play for you if you want an easy, purely entertaining night at the theatre. However, if you’re willing to put in the effort and have something to chew ov…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

New Broadway “West Side Story” to Kick Up a Fuss: No Intermission, Famous Song and Ballet Cut, Video Projections for Sets by Roger Friedman

Last year, director Ivo von Hove brought his hit London production of “Network” to New York and caused a lot of talk:

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

World Premiere of Broadbend, Arkansas Opens Off-Broadway November 10. by Marc J. Franklin

The production, tracing the experience of an African-American family over three generations is presented by the Transport Group and Public Theater.

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Richard Burton: The Welsh Wizard by Trav S.D.

Like many of my favorite actors (George C. Scott, William Holden), Richard Burton (Richard Walter Jenkins Jr, 1925-1984) radiated a rare combination of intelligence and macho charisma. He wa…

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Papa Charlie Jackson: Pioneer by Trav S.D.

Papa Charlie Jackson (William Henry Jackson, 1887-1938) was an influential and unique crossover figure in both early hot jazz and blues, making music that incorporated elements of ragtime, a…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Call Answered: Natalia Vivino: "Wicked" National Tour by Adam Rothenberg

As I looked to the Western sky, I saw the incredibly talented Natalia Vivino “Defying Gravity.” Natalia is currently the “Elphaba” standby on the National Tour of Wicked. My first i…

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Rambert2; Northern Ballet review – muscle, lust and raw edge by Sara Veale

Sadler’s Wells; Linbury theatre, LondonRambert’s young dancers pulse with pure horsepower while Northern Ballet celebrates Mozart’s overlooked sister Last year, Rambert’s new junio…

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The Season review – chutzpah and charm in New York romcom by Clare Brennan

New Wolsey theatre, IpswichNewcomers Jim Barne and Kit Buchan have written a classic Christmas romance enhanced by confident production “Even impossible dreams come true,” sings the wond…

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Sunday, November 10, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

New Rapp: “The Sound Inside” by Jonathan Kalb

Adam Rapp is a polarizing playwright. After bursting onto the scene in 2001 with Nocturne — a long, moving monologue by a man who accidentally kills his sister and then reinvents himself a…

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Online streaming: Television’s looming car crash

In the media arms race to take on Netflix not all new services can survive

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Hunting Warhead — a new podcast series that shines a light on the ‘dark web’

The series follows the painstaking work of a journalist and a computer hacker in their pursuit of a child pornography network

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Caroline Bowman and Caroline Innerbichler Star in Frozen Tour, Beginning November 10 by Andrew Gans

The Disney production kicks off in Schenectady, New York.

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