Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

DEI Statements by Artsjournal1

A succinct statement and commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion is essential to arts organizations for internal and external reasons. This post is a response to the increasing number …

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

See Tony Shalhoub & Krysta Rodriguez Under the Big Top at the Big Apple Circus Gala by Michael Appler

Tony Shalhoub and Krysta Rodriguez gathered with industry leaders and performers under New York's most famous circus tent on December 9, to celebrate the second annual Cabaret at the Big A…

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Full Casting Announced for Andrew Lloyd Webber Revue Unmasked at Paper Mill by Andy Lefkowitz

A slew of stage veterans have been selected to debut the Andrew Lloyd Webber revue Unmasked at Paper Mill Playhouse next spring. The previously announced production, directed and choreograph…

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Director of Classical and New Music Programs by Artsjournal

The Director of Classical and New Music Programs oversees Kennedy Center Classical and New Music Programs

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears, London Palladium review - joyously filthy fun by Veronica Lee

Purists may quibble at circus-themed show When Qdos brought back pantomime to the Palladium three years ago after an absence of nearly 30 years, it set the bar high with superb production v…

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The Gospel of John - An Enlightening Tale, Masterfully Told by Judd Hollander

Reviewed by Judd Hollander The key to telling a story, no matter how old it may be, is the ability of the one doing the telling to imbue it with passion from the here and now. A particular…

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Home/Land: Project Another Country by Arts Review

Inspired by the City of Casey’s people and surrounding environment, Home/Land: Project Another Country is set to explore stories of migration, family and home at Bunjil Place from 14 Decem…

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Take a Look Back at City of Angels on Broadway by Nathan Skethway

The musical opened on Broadway at what is now the August Wilson Theatre on December 11, 1989.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

2019 Sydney Theatre Award Nominations Announced by Gabi Bergman

Nominations were announced today for the Sydney Theatre Awards for 2019, which will be presented at a gala ceremony on Monday 20 January 2020 at 7pm at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre. Lead…

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Dare to Dance in Public Film Festival: Democratizing and demystifying dance by Admin

When you think of “dance”, do you think of people moving in public, captured on film, and widely disseminated over the internet for public consumption and experience? Most likely not; yo…

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL Tour Bus Crashes In Maine

A bus shuttling Nebraska Theatre Caravan's touring production of A Christmas Carol crashed on interstate 95 in Maine this week, injuring four people.

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Celebrating Richard Mills by Arts Review

Some of Australia’s major opera stars and performers will come together for a musical party of a lifetime to celebrate composer-conductor Richard Mills AM at Melbourne Recital Centre’s E…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

4615 Theatre Company presents ambitious adaptation of Irish legend in ‘Infinite Tales’ by Ravelle Brickman

If the notion of compressing 900 years of Irish mythology into a single two-hour show sounds like a lot to take on, that’s because it is. In fact, tackling the entire pantheon of Irish leg…

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By Frank Gagliano, 12/10 The death of actor Renè Auberjonois (at age 79) is another sad RIP instance of a recent extraordinary theatre personality who once touched my life.  In 1968, John …

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Lessons From The Arts: Providing Direction To Experts by Joe Patti

I neglected to note who had posted it on Twitter, but an article in The Economist about what the arts can teach business came across my feed today. One of the first examples was an exercise …

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Jimmy takes suggestions from the audience, including a recap of the decade and Robert De Niro, Paul McCartney and a Minion doing the Cupid Shuffle.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Pierce Brosnan Joins Upcoming CINDERELLA Movie Musical

Deadline reports that former 007 Pierce Brosnan has joined the upcoming musical film adaptation of 'Cinderella.'

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Video: Lin-Manuel Miranda And More Talk The IN THE HEIGHTS At Film Q&A!

BWW is live at the In the Heights NYC Q&A session with creator, Lin-Manuel Miranda and more!

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane review at National Theatre, London – ‘makes you marvel at what theatre can do’ by Tim Bano

Neil Gaiman’s 2013 novel is meant to be his most autobiographical. Maybe the monsters and the magic that populate the book are

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Goldilocks and the Three Bears review at London Palladium – ‘a spectacular reminder of the golden age of variety’ by Paul Vale

Following a run of three critically and commercially successful years at the London Palladium, Qdos Entertainment has taken a step away from

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The Wonder Of Merce Cunningham In 3D by Artsjournal

We watch the dancers from close up and on all sides, our proximity enhanced by the magic of 3-D. The elegance of the cinematography (by Mko Malkhasyan) turns these passages into the stanzas …

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Hungarian Government Plans More Control Over Theatres by Artsjournal

“This proposal would eliminate cultural diversity, which stems from freedom — which means artists are not kept on a political leash,” Budapest mayor Gergely Karacsony said. The Hungari…

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How The New Irish National Opera Has Helped Irish Opera by Artsjournal

More Irish singers are being heard in more varied roles than at any other stage in my professional lifetime. Irish works are being taken abroad. The company has been rewarded with internatio…

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Netflix Says 26 Million Watched “The Irishman” In Its First Week by Artsjournal

“The Irishman,” released on Netflix on Nov. 27, is expected to be watched by about 40 million Netflix households in its first month, Sarandos said. That would be well below other Netflix…

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Canadian Literary Juries Struggle With Balance Between Politics And Art by Artsjournal

“(Literature) should not be reduced to politics, obviously, because human experience is more than politics. But also, human experience is never without politics.” – Toronto Star

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The Stage Awards 2020: Shortlist in full by The Stage

The Stage Awards 2020 will take place at the Royal Opera House in London on January 31. Here are the nominees in

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Producer of the year by The Stage

Any producer or production company – of any scale, subsidised or commercial – is eligible. Judged on criteria including (but not limited

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: London theatre of the year by The Stage

The top theatre in the capital over the past 12 months. Any venue based in Greater London is eligible. This is judged

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Sheffield Theatres and Theatre Royal Stratford East among nominees for The Stage Awards 2020 by Giverny Masso

Sheffield Theatres, sound designers Ben and Max Ringham and Theatre Royal Stratford East are among the nominees for The Stage Awards 2020

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Fringe theatre of the year by The Stage

The top small-scale theatres across the UK that don’t receive core government funding. Judged on criteria including (but not limited to) artistic

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: International award by The Stage

As with our other awards, this recognises excellence over the past 12 months. Any theatrical organisation or person (eg, theatre, producer, school)

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Regional theatre of the year by The Stage

The top theatre outside of the capital over the past 12 months. Theatres in Northern Ireland, Scotland and Wales are also eligible.

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Achievement in technical theatre by The Stage

The Achievement in Technical Theatre Award recognises individuals or teams that have excelled within their fields in the past 12 months. This

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Theatre building of the year by The Stage

Theatre venues or any physical structure or space hosting theatrical performance are eligible for this award. The building or space must have

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The Stage Awards 2020 shortlist: Innovation award by The Stage

The Innovation Award highlights the best new design, technical or creative developments in the performing arts in the past 12 months. Any

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Editor’s View: Nominations for The Stage Awards 2020 highlight theatre’s rich variety by Alistair Smith

As December marches on, we enter the season of lists. Not Christmas card lists – in journalistic circles, December means end-of-year lists.

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SCHOOL OF ROCK And MURIEL'S WEDDING Among 2019 Sydney Theatre Awards Nominations

Nominations were announced today for the Sydney Theatre Awards for 2019, which will be presented at a gala ceremony on Monday 20 January 2020 at 7pm at the York Theatre, Seymour Centre.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Squeakers & Mr. Gumdrop, a delightful Shark-approved holiday romp for toddlers by Alan Katz

It was a type of morning that many parents of small children are familiar with: a morning full of questions. The Shark (my ever-moving, ever-hunting, and ever-curious almost-3 year old) was …

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Stephen Adly Guirgis new work is messy, crude and puts the characters through hell – in all the best ways.

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Auction Winner Returns GREASE Jacket To Olivia Newton-John

The winner of a recent auction of Olivia Newton-John's iconic leather jacket from Grease, has returned the item to her.

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Bangarra Dance Theatre announces new Executive Director by Arts Review

Bangarra Dance Theatre has announced the appointment of Lissa Twomey, a prominent and experienced creative and operational leader, to the position of Executive Director of Australia’s prem…

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See Melody Jane at Pangea This Saturday! by Trav S.D.

I VERY much look forward to seeing “The Violet Hour” Melody Jane‘s , Pangea debut this Saturday at 7pm, and I hope you will see it too! You may remember Melody Jane as “Beauty” in …

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Class Notes: From “The Illusionists: Magic of the Holidays,” Chris Cox by James Marino

Listen: Lauren Class Schneider talks to Chris Cox  from “The Illusionists: Magic of the Holidays” playing on Broadway at the Neil Simon Theatre. Class notes actively covers New York…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

A Kind of People, Royal Court review - multiculturalism falls apart by Aleks.sierz

Family tragedy is emotionally powerful but incomplete and unsatisfying The trouble with prejudice is that you can't control how other people see you. At the start of her career, playwright G…

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Photo Flash: Eva Noblezada Hosts Broadway Workshop Master Class

On Sunday, December 8th, Broadway star Eva Noblezada, taught a one-day master class at Broadway Workshop in New York City.

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Bard on the auction block: Mills College selling rare Shakespeare collection that could fetch millions by Nico Savidge

The sales could raise millions of dollars for the private Oakland college as it recovers from a financial emergency.

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Making a Musical – Episode 6 by Jared Goudsmit

Showtime The post Making a Musical – Episode 6 appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Cleveland Public Theatre Names Obediya Jones-Darrell Composing Fellow by American Theatre Editors

Jones-Darrell will compose music and sound design for Cleveland Public Theatre season productions.

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Why America’s first ‘Nutcracker,’ in San Francisco, almost didn’t make it by Andrew Gilbert

It's ubiquitous now, but "The Nutcracker" almost flopped in Russia and the U.S. -- now SF Ballet's production is turning 75.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Tony Nominees Alison Fraser and Lou Liberatore Join Complete Cast of Paradise Lost by Dan Meyer

The Tom Dulack adaptation of Milton’s 17th-century epic poem begins January 15, 2020, at Theatre Row.

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Six weeks of enthusiastic fundraising erupted into two extraordinary performances of lighthearted parodies, inspiring calls-to-action and exceptional dance at this year's Red Bucket Follies.…

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Los Angeles Run of What the Constitution Means to Me Finds Its Full Cast by Olivia Clement

See who's joining Maria Dizzia and original Broadway cast members Mike Iveson and Rosdely Ciprian at Mark Taper Forum.

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Gizel Jiménez, Kristolyn Lloyd, Manu Narayan & More to Join Mario Cantone in Bliss at 5th Avenue Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for the brand-new musical Bliss, slated to make its world premiere at Seattle's 5th Avenue Theatre this winter. The previously announced tuner, directed by Tony nominee S…

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Aladdin's Clinton Greenspan on the Superhero Aspects of His Character by Diep Tran

Clinton Greenspan in "Aladdin" (Photo: Deen Van Meer) Clinton Greenspan remembers clearly what happened the night he performed the role of Aladdin on Broadway for the first time. The actor…

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The Phantom of the Opera Star Ben Crawford Is's Next Vlogger by Andy Lefkowitz

Get ready for a one-of-a-kind look inside Broadway's longest-running musical, The Phantom of the Opera. The hit show's strong-voiced title star Ben Crawford has signed on to lead Broadway.c…

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Richard Easton, Tony-Winning Broadway Veteran, Dies at 86 by Andy Lefkowitz

Richard Easton, a Canadian actor whose two dozen Broadway credits included a Tony-winning turn in an original work by Tom Stoppard, died on December 2, according to The Telegraph. Easton wa…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

A Concise History of Diets through Life and a Lot of Show Biz Spice by Bruce Chadwick

One of the first photos you see in Renee Taylor’s delightful play about dieting is a black and white picture of her as a chubby kid in New York in the late 1940s. In hundreds of subsequent…

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See Who's Joining Vinie Burrows in Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Two short plays, adapted from stories by the famed writers, will be paired together for the first time.

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ray gun say0nara by Darryl Reilly

Fabulous technical elements and spirited performances from a large ensemble of actors, singers and dancers cannot overcome the authorial negligence of the musical science fiction pastiche, "…

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A bunch of things to do this weekend in Pittsburgh, Dec. 12-15

Lots of Christmas-related activites on the schedule for the coming weekend.

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Beauty and the Beast review – a giggling, melon-racing feast of fun by Andrew Pulver

Oxford PlayhouseAn empowered Belle leads an energetic cast in this song-packed extravaganza, featuring nifty shadow play, terrifying puppets and infectious 80s classics With the general elec…

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Unmasked: The Music of Andrew Lloyd Webber World Premiere Announces Casting

Mamie Parris, Rema Webb, Alex Finke, and more join the Paper Mill Playhouse production.

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Mamie Parris, Andrew Kober, Alex Finke and More Will Star in UNMASKED at Paper Mill Playhouse

Paper Mill Playhouse (Mark S. Hoebee-Producing Artistic Director, Michael Stotts- Managing Director), recipient of the Regional Theatre Tony Award, begins the new year with the world premier…

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Opportunity Fund gives over $860,000 to local arts and social justice groups by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Since 2015, the foundation has give out grants in twice-a-year cycles totaling more than $5.3 million.

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VIDEO: See How THE LION KING's Elephant Is Brought To Life

We're heading to the Pridelands to get a behind-the-scenes look at how Disney's smash hit musical The Lion King brings one of its animals, the elephant, to life eight times a week with the …

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Happy Hour on the Fringe: Dito van Reigersberg by Raina Searles

On this episode of Happy Hour on the Fringe, we sipped tea and spilled the tea with Dito van Reigersberg AKA THE Martha Graham Cracker. As one of the founders of Pig Iron, Dito shares his ex…

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2019 Reader Survey by Artshacker

Now that ArtsHacker has five years under its belt, we’re keen to get your feedback on how we can refine our content and how it’s presented. Your insights will be instrumental in enhancin…

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Missing Teri Garr by Trav S.D.

As sometimes happens, the bulk of my time working on this Teri Garr (b. 1944) post has been spent trying to find just the right photo to head it with. Some are too closely linked to specific…

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Sally Eilers: Bad Girl by Trav S.D.

Gorgeous Los Angeles local Sally Eilers (1908-1978) started out as an extra (often as flappers and chorus girls) in major movies like The Red Mill (1927, directed by Roscoe Arbuckle as “Wi…

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Ron Carey: Not That Short by Trav S.D.

I flirted with not doing a post on Ron Carey (Ronald Joseph Cicenia, 1935-2007, figuring that my mention in my Barney Miller post about covered it, but, nah, there’s much more to talk abou…

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Esperanza + FringeArts: A Match Made in Heaven by Tenara Calem

At the end of October, a bus full of talkative and excited ninth graders descended upon FringeArts, dressed up in sparkly dresses and ironed slacks. When they rounded the corner to enter the…

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Michelangelo And The “Architectural Project From Hell” by Artsjournal

In the early years of the 16th century, Pope Julius II had initiated renovations when it became clear that the ancient basilica, completed around AD 360 on the site believed to be St Peter…

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Theme Park Workers File Suit Against Disney Over Low Wages: “We’re Living In Cars!” by Artsjournal

A new class action lawsuit, filed Friday in California Superior Court and announced in a press advisory Monday, argues that the Walt Disney Company, worth approximately $130 billion as of th…

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A History Of The Toy Piano As Serious Concert Instrument by Artsjournal1

“Even now, 70+ years since John Cage’s seminal Suite for Toy Piano from 1948, the toy piano still feels like Duchamp’s upside-down urinal (Fountain): out of place on stage, it elicits …

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Watch Sam Tutty and the London Cast of Dear Evan Hansen Sing ’You Will Be Found’ by Andrew Gans

Also, check out footage from the Tony-winning musical’s opening night at the Noël Coward Theatre.

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‘A dream for me’: Ashley Bruce on playing Mary Delgado in ‘Jersey Boys’ by David Siegel

While the Tony Award-winning musical is called Jersey Boys, let’s not forget that so many of the Billboard chart-toppers performed in the show are about the real-life Frankie Valli and the…

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Chris McCarrell Shares 12 Stunning Photos He's Taken During His Journey as Percy Jackson in The Lightning Thief

Chris McCarrell shares behind the scenes photos he's taken along his The Lightning Thief journey.

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VIDEO: See A.R.T.'s Transformation For MOBY-DICK

Dave Malloy's musical adaptation of Moby-Dick is officially setting sail tonight with the show's opening night, and A.R.T. is giving us a peek into the theatre's transformation to bring the …

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Inside the 42nd Annual Kennedy Center Honors with Audra McDonald, Cynthia Erivo, and More by Marc J. Franklin

The ceremony, hosted by LL Cool J, was celebrated in Washington, D.C., December 8 and will air on CBS December 15.

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Richard Easton Dies: Tony Award-Winning ‘Invention Of Love’ Actor Was 86 by Greg

Tony Award-winning actor Richard Easton, who broke a 30-year break from Broadway to make an acclaimed performance in Tom Stoppard’s  2001 play The Invention of Love, died Dec. 2 at age 86…

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VIDEO: Opening Night of DEAR EVAN HANSEN in the West End

Take a look inside opening night for DEAR EVAN HANSEN in London's West End. Video below!

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Billy Porter Says Upcoming CINDERELLA Film is For the #MeToo Era

Billy Porter has told E! News that the upcoming live-action adaptation of Cinderella is a retelling of the story for the #MeToo era.

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Photo Flash: Check Out Opening Night Photos of BABY Starring Alice Ripley

Take a look at photos from opening night of Out of the Box Theatrics' limited engagement of Sybille Pearson (book), Richard Maltby, Jr.(lyrics) and David Shire's (music) heart-warming music…

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Ballet Theatre of Maryland presents a gorgeous ‘Nutcracker’ at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts by Charles Green

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s production of The Nutcracker at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts is a real treat for the senses. Choreographed by Artistic Director Dianna Cuatto, it brings…

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Review: ‘Judgment Day,’ an Allegory of Blame, Goes Big by Jesse Green

At the Park Avenue Armory, Odon von Horvath’s 1937 drama gets a rare and physically overwhelming staging.

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VIDEO: Check Out Highlights From RED BUCKET FOLLIES 2019

Check out highlights from this year's Red Bucket Follies benefiting Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS. Video below!

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This charming new version of J.M. Barrie’s timeless play is all about girl power by Peter Marks

Wendy dreams big in Shakespeare Theatre’s “Peter Pan and Wendy.”

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Free Tickets Today through Friday – Goldstar’s Comp Train by New York Theater

Get free tickets to live theater, and other live events — dance, comedy, opera — through Goldstar’s three day  Comptrain promotion — today through December 13. You pay just a small …

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Creative Cauldron presents ‘Madeline’s Christmas’ for some wholesome holiday cheer by Kendall Mostafavi

In what is becoming a delightful Christmas tradition, Creative Cauldron reprises their holiday production of Madeline’s Christmas. The lighthearted musical is based on the beloved books by…

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‘His power is absolute, there’s no hope of fighting’: Director Asya Sosis explores the dark themes in Dragon by Featured Content

Asya Sosis directs a new production of 1944 Soviet satire Dragon for two performances only this weekend, hot on the heels of the UK's general election. In the piece, a brave knight's attempt…

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Dance Therapy Is Being Used To Combat Depression And Other Mental Illnesses by Artsjournal1

“Dance/Movement Therapy goes beyond simply dancing. DMT uses dance and movement to promote insight, integration and well-being, as well as to diminish undesirable symptoms in various clini…

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Staged Trial Of Asylum Seeker Shines Light On EU’s Growing Refugee Problem by Artsjournal1

“Dutch asylum court is not exactly a well-trodden topic within performance art, but last week in Amsterdam, a one-off staging of a refugee trial asked the public to determine the fate of a…

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How NPR Changed The Voice Of Authority by Artsjournal

NPR has kept speaking with many voices that would sound out of place on the air anywhere else. Many, if not most, have been female. As hosts and anchors, correspondents and reporters, women …

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How The Hawaiian Language Was Rescued From Near-Oblivion by Artsjournal1

“In the ’60s, estimates suggest that fewer than 2,000 people could speak Hawaiian fluently, and just a few dozen of them were children. But then something remarkable happened. An unlikel…

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How Brexit Will Affect Independent UK Publishers by Artsjournal

There is an ever-increasing fear that smaller publishing houses may be put out of business as a result of potential changes to requirements surrounding distribution of literary materials. …

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Klimt Painting Stolen 23 Years Ago Found Hidden In Gallery Wall by Artsjournal1

“The location of Portrait of a Lady, one of the world’s most sought-after missing artworks, has been a mystery since it was stolen in 1997. On Tuesday, a gardener clearing up ivy on an e…

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Thanos Creator Protests Trump Tweet Depicting Trump As Thanos (Clearly He Hadn’t Seen The Movie) by Artsjournal

The scene comes from Avengers: Endgame, when Thanos says “I am inevitable” and snaps his fingers in an attempt to destroy all existing life in the Universe, only to discover his gauntlet…

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Following multiple media reports of GLAAD working with the producers of the new Mrs. Doubtfire musical in Seattle, the organization has clarified their involvement with the production - as w…

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Judgment Day: The Roar, and Lure, of the Crowd by Elysa Gardner

★★★★★ Ödön von Horváth's morally charged thriller gets a fresh adaptation (by Christpher Shinn) in a stunning new production The post Judgment Day: The Roar, and Lure, of the Cr…

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AussieTheatre Christmas Advent Calendar Giveaway #12 by Sean McLoughlin

To celebrate the holiday season, are going theatre crazy and will be opening a new window on our Advent Calendar each day to reveal some amazing theatre treats. Check back …

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Judgment Day: Odon von Horvath’s 1937 Anti-Mob-Rule Play Rules by David Finkle

★★★★ Richard Jones directs a Park Avenue Armory extravaganza of Christopher Shinn's adaptation The post Judgment Day: Odon von Horvath’s 1937 Anti-Mob-Rule Play Rules appeared firs…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Review: A Multimedia Excavation of Lispector’s ‘Wild Heart’ by Jose Solís

Video projections help set the mood for an admirable adaptation of the Brazilian writer’s fragmented novel about a woman chafing against society’s restrictions.

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A Life Derails in Judgment Day

Christopher Shinn adapts Ödön von Horváth's rarely performed 1937 drama for Park Avenue Armory.

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Watch a Teaser Trailer for the In The Heights Movie

Anthony Ramos takes us uptown.

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Harry Connick Jr. Celebrates Cole Porter on Broadway

The music icon tells us what to expect from his new show at the Nederlander Theatre.

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Notre Dame de Paris to Make New York Premiere at Lincoln Center

Richard Cocciante and Luc Plamondon's adaptation of the Victor Hugo novel is finally coming to New York City.

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First Person: Onni Johnson on the Global Impact of The Trojan Women Project

The Trojan Women Project Festival is now playing off-Broadway at La Mama.

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Barrie Keeffe obituary by Michael Coveney

Playwright and screenwriter best known for the 1980 film classic The Long Good FridayAlthough Barrie Keeffe, who has died aged 74, wrote a long list of stage plays that fed into, and off, ea…

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See Who’s Joining Mario Cantone in World Premiere of Bliss Musical by Andrew Gans

The musical fantasy, which upends the traditional princess narrative, will debut at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre.

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A Xmas Cuento Remix suffers from last-minute cast shuffling by Jack Helbig

Maya Malan-Gonzalez's contemporary Latinx take on A Christmas Carol shows promise despite production difficulties. In retelling Charles Dickens's perennial holid…

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Cast Your Vote For The Maltz’s The Mystery Of Edwin Drood by Bill Hirschman

Exuding a lushness, attention to technical detail and an overarching sense of fun, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's The Mystery of Edwin Drood is a prime example of its skill. Proof is that the m…

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Cutting-edge Cannes Dance Festival high in contrasts

An innovative line-up offers documentary dance set in a psychiatric hospital and a piece invoking First Nation ceremonies

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Aimie Atkinson & Danny Mac to Star in London Premiere of Pretty Woman: The Musical by Andy Lefkowitz

The London debut staging of Pretty Woman: The Musical has found its romantic leads. Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac will star as Vivian and Edward in the previously announced West End transfer,…

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Watch Teaser Trailer for Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights Movie by Andrew Gans

Directed by Jon M. Chu, the film arrives in movie theatres in summer 2020.

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MOULIN ROUGE! Joins BroadwayCon 2020 MainStage Lineup

BroadwayCon 2020 welcomes Moulin Rouge! The Musical to the programming lineup! As part of MainStage programming, the Moulin Rouge! The Musical Spotlight session on Friday, January 24 will fe…

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‘A powerful comment on the flimsy whims of political allegiance’: UBU!: A SINGALONG SATIRE – Touring by Laura Kressly

With the stalls audience standing and the performers clamouring through the crowd and onto the stage, Kneehigh’s staging of Ubu! evokes a gig, a party and a political rally all in one.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Gender-flexing Orlando in Vienna is less than the sum of its parts

Olga Neuwirth’s Virginia Woolf opera crams in high-concept music and couture costumes — but its politics grow wearisome

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Theater: One-woman show, MY LIFE ON A DIET, at George Street Playhouse through Dec. 15 by Ted Otten

Like most good things, the run of “My Life on a Diet” at New Brunswick’s George Street Playhouse through Dec. 15 is all too soon to end. The show is a 90-minute journey through the lif…

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Danny Mac and Aimie Atkinson to star in Pretty Woman at Piccadilly Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac are to star in the smash hit Pretty Woman the musical when it opens at the Piccadilly Theatre, London in February 2020. This post Danny Mac and A…

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Exclusive: GLAAD Responds to Mrs. Doubtfire and Tootsie Reports by Mark Peikert

The organization clarifies its work with the musicals in this exclusive statement.

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VIDEO: See Anthony Ramos, Lin-Manuel Miranda & More in Teaser for IN THE HEIGHTS

Warner Bros has shared the first teaser and poster for the highly-anticipated film adaptation of In the Heights!

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Five Burning Questions with Secret on Broadway Headliner, Derren Brown

World-famous mentalist Derren Brown talks ambition, control, fame, and his life outside the spotlight.

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St. Ann's Warehouse Extends HAMLET Starring Ruth Negga

St. Ann's Warehouse, responding to popular demand nearly two months before performances begin, has extended the celebrated Gate Theatre Dublin production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, dir…

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Mosaic Theater’s ‘Eureka Day’ puts immunization in the hot seat by Bob Ashby

In Samoa, 68 people – mostly children – have died of measles in recent weeks, victims of an abysmally low immunization rate resulting, in significant part, from misinformation spread on …

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Exploring Loving a Monster in New Solo Play Dishwater Blonde by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Alexis Scott delves into the psyche of Eva Braun at her wedding reception in a monologue play written by David Turkel.

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The Gospel of John by Joel Benjamin

After marveling at Ken Jennings’ power of memorization, one has to admire his ability to deliver the entire text of "The Gospel of John" with unwavering clarity and devotion to its meaning…

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VIDEO: Ed Harris Learns Something New About Atticus Finch Every Show

Ed Harris was a guest on Tuesday night's episode of The Late Show with Stephen Colbert to talk about starring as Atticus Finch in the Broadway production of To Kill A Mockingbird.

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Clinton Greenspan stops by HQ to chat about starring in Aladdin and more with Paul Wontorek. 

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Broadway's Company Revival Finalizes Principal Casting; Rashidra Scott to Play Susan by Andy Lefkowitz

Principal casting is complete for the upcoming Broadway revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Company. Stage veteran Rashidra Scott will take on the role of Susan in the new product…

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Freestyle Love Supreme Documentary to Debut at Sundance by Andy Lefkowitz

Sundance Institute has announced the world premiere of We Are Freestyle Love Supreme, a documentary charting the rise of Lin-Manuel Miranda's celebrated improv hip-hop group Freestyle Love S…

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Disruptive audience member removed from Broadway’s ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ by Julie Gordon

It's been a strange couple of months for live theater in New York.

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NOTRE DAME DE PARIS Musical Will Play David H. Koch Theater in Fall 2020

The smash hit spectacular, Notre Dame de Paris will make its New York Premiere next September, after receiving international acclaim in 23 countries worldwide, having been translated into 9 …

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Go Behind the Scenes of High School Musical: The Musical: The Series by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch this exclusive look inside the Disney+ series from Tim Federle.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Jumanji: The Next Level — Dwayne Johnson and Jack Black go full video game

Drama and substance are peripheral in a movie that’s as lacking in humanity as you might expect

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Notre Dame de Paris Set for New York City Premiere in 2020 by Dan Meyer

The musical-opera hybrid will play the David H. Koch Theater at Lincoln Center.

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Theatrical Rights Worldwide Nabs Exclusive Performance Rights for The Other Josh Cohen by Andrew Gans

Steve Rosen and David Rossmer’s musical will be available for productions worldwide in 2020.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Pulls Double Duty at Sundance 2020 With Freestyle Love Supreme and Luis Miranda Docs by Ryan McPhee

The pair of films join already the announced Zola from Jeremy O. Harris, Julie Taymor and Sarah Ruhl’s Gloria Steinem biopic, and others.

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Circus Reimagined: ’42 Ft – A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels’ by Matthew Wexler

’42 Ft – A Menagerie of Mechanical Marvels’ (Photo: Maike Schulz) By April Stamm How do you fill a 42-foot diameter space with wonder, excitement,… The post Circus Reimagined: ’42 …

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Why the Battle Over the Winter Garden is More Than #SaveBeetlejuice by Mo Brady

by Mo Brady Sophia Anne Caruso and Alex Brightman in Beetle…

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‘I Take Your Hand in Mine’ by Taffety Punk Theatre Company brings Chekhov’s romantic life to the stage by David Siegel

A matchless, hypnotic portrait of love. A seductive vision of two lives tangled up in blues with too many tough nights apart as each knows “I have no will of my own.” Are the two people …

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BWW TV: Bobby Cannavale & Rose Byrne Get Ready to Bring MEDEA Into the 21st Century at BAM

In 2014, writer and director Simon Stone brought an exciting, new version of Euripides classic Medea to the Internationaal Theater Amsterdam, followed by a run at London's Barbican in 2019.…

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The Kingmaker — up close with Imelda Marcos, spendthrift superdiva

Lauren Greenfield’s documentary about the Philippines’ former First Lady is comic as well as horrific

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Cast announced for world premiere of timely ‘Human Interest Story’ at Fountain Theatre by Fountaintheatre

Actors Rob Nagle and Tanya Alexander will head the cast as newspaper columnist Andy Kramer and laid-off Elementary school teacher Betty Frazier in the world premiere of Human Interest Story …

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Citizen K — Mikhail Khodorkovsky documentary paints the dissident as a saint

Alex Gibney’s film portrays its subject as all but flawless. Can that be right?

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Donnetta Lavinia Grays to Star in World Premiere of Her Play Where We Stand by Olivia Clement

The playwright-performer will alternate performances with David Ryan Smith in the WP and Baltimore Center Stage co-production.

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London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 11 December by Kitty Underwood

Some new pics of Peter Andre in Thriller Live, a whole host of stars announced for The Barricade Boys' Christmas Cabaret and some Pretty good casting. The post London Theatre News Today: Wed…

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Review: Murder on the Orient Express at Everyman Theatre by Jayne Blanchard

Nix the candy canes, the carols, and the seasonal folderol. This year, get into the holiday spirit with a juicy murder. We need a little Christie, right this very minute. Everyman Theatre fu…

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Review: Paul Morella in A Christmas Carol: A Ghost Story of Christmas by Debbie Minter Jackson

Gifted actor and storyteller Paul Morella has once again donned the coattails and top hat of Charles Dickens to usher us into the Mulitz-Gudelsky Theatre Lab at Olney Theatre Center. The lob…

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Review: Dear Jack, Dear Louise at Arena Stage by Jennifer Barger

When Army Captain Jack Ludwig (Jake Epstein) first speaks his full name early on in playwright Ken Ludwig’s new dramedy Dear Jack, Dear Louise, audiences probably realize that this World W…

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Review: The Lady from the Village of Falling Flowers by Christopher Henley

We few; we happy few. Six performances times sixteen seats comes to fewer than 100 people who will see The Lady from the Village of Falling Flowers, which is a very early one-act by Tennesse…

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DCTS holiday giveaway: two Goldstar $50 gift certificates. Closes Dec 20 by Lorraine Treanor

In the spirit of the holidays, Goldstar has donated two $50 Goldstar gift certificates for readers of DC Theatre Scene. These are good for any already discounted tickets listed on Goldstar a…

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INTERVIEW: We Sat Down with the Guy Who Breaks the "Dear Evan Hansen" Lead's Arm Before Every Show by Broadway Beat

by Brendan Leonard. @brennylen. The unsung hero of Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen doesn’t fit into any Tony category - but that doesn’t mean their work isn’t just as challenging or inte…

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Jerwood Arts to fund 50 companies to host paid fellowships for disadvantaged creatives by Giverny Masso

Jerwood Arts is to support 50 organisations to host year-long paid fellowships for early-career creatives from disadvantaged socio-economic backgrounds. This is part

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Hay Festival partners with Shakespeare’s Globe to stage theatre in 2020 by Ruth Comerford

Hay Festival has unveiled plans to construct a pop-up theatre space next year, under a new partnership with Shakespeare’s Globe. It comes

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The Lost Thing review at Linbury Theatre, London – ‘a versatile and hard-working cast’ by George Hall

This first collaboration between the Royal Opera and the disabled and non-disabled artists of Candoco is based on Shaun Tan’s picture book

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Kevin Clifton stars in The Wedding Singer at Troubadour Wembley Park by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Kevin Clifton is to star in the musical comedy The Wedding Singer for a limited season at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre. This post Kevin Clifton stars in The Wedding Si…

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A Look Inside Rehearsals for The Light in the Piazza with Renée Fleming and Solea Pfeiffer by Marc J. Franklin

The production, directed by Olivier winner Daniel Evans, will begin performances at Chicago’s Lyric Opera House December 14.

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London Theatre Review: A Taste of Honey at Trafalgar Studios

When there is a jazz band on stage, and the atmosphere is gritty and low, you know you are in for a good time.  I headed over to Trafalgar Studios to cast my eye over A Taste of Honey, the …

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‘A standout evening of entertainment’: THRILLER LIVE – West End ★★★★★ by Jonathan Baz

For the run up to Christmas, Peter Andre takes over the leading performance in Gary Lloyd’s Thriller Live.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Livestreaming Panel Conversation Backstage with Deaf Artists and Technicians

By . Production Managers’ Forum (USA) Diversity and Inclusion Committee presents the panel discussion Backstage with Deaf Artists and Technicians livestreaming on the commons-based peer pr…

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A Protest Song-And-Dance About Violence Against Women, Launched In Chile, Is Spreading All Over The World by Artsjournal1

“This stirring performance, titled ‘Un violador en tu camino‘ (“A Rapist in Your Path), was first brought to life by the feminist art collective called Lastesis at a protest in the p…

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Turns Out Lord Elgin Actually Did A Bit Of Good With The Parthenon’s Marble Friezes by Artsjournal1

Yes, he looted much of the statuary at the ancient Greek monument (his booty now sits in the British Museum), but he also had Athenian craftsmen take plaster casts of much of what he left in…

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For Gender Parity Among Filmmakers, The Middle East Is Way Ahead Of Hollywood by Artsjournal1

“A recent study by Northwestern University … found that 26% of independent Arab filmmakers are women … In Morocco, Tunisia and Lebanon, 25% of all new directors are women. In Egypt, th…

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The Art of the Comeback by American Theatre Editors

What Arkansas Rep learned after it suspended operations last year and turned itself around.

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Theatre Development Fund, The Public Theater, Barrington Stage Company, and More Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill offers an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry, serving as the online source for careers in theatre.

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Little Shop of Horrors, with Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard & Christian Borle, to Receive Cast Album by Andy Lefkowitz

Don't feed the plants, but do listen to this album! Ghostlight Records has announced an original cast recording of the new off-Broadway revival of Little Shop of Horrors. The album will be …

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Rashidra Scott Will Play Susan in Broadway Revival of Company

Scott can currently be seen in the Broadway cast of Ain't Too Proud — The Life and Times of the Temptations.

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Catherine Brunell Joins the Broadway Cast of Mean Girls Beginning Tonight

Tony Award nominee Jennifer Simard played her final performance in the roles on December 8.

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Little Shop of Horrors Cast Album to Be Released This Month

The album will feature Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard, Christian Borle, and the off-Broadway cast.

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Diana Nneka Atuona wins 2019 George Devine playwriting award by Ruth Comerford

Diana Nneka Atuona has been announced as this year’s recipient of the George Devine Award for most promising playwright. She was awarded

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Cynthia Erivo, Rachel Brosnahan, and More Among SAG Nominees by Olivia Clement

See which Broadway and theatre alums are among the 2020 nominees.

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Dick Whittington review at Bristol Hippodrome – ‘dazzling set pieces’ by Jeremy Brien

Soap opera luminary Shane Richie has become synonymous with the pantomime Robin Hood in recent years. This Christmas, though, he has been

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Mean Girls’ Casts Catherine Brunell to Replace Company-Bound Jennifer Simard by Dan Meyer

The Broadway alum will pull triple-duty as Mrs. Heron/Ms. Norbury/Mrs. George.

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New Jewish Theatre's 'Fully Committed' goes all in on comedy by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Dozens of characters turn up in playwright Becky Mode’s “Fully Committed.” But there’s only one person onstage.

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Cynthia Erivo, FOSSE/VERDON, FLEABAG & More Nominated for SAG Awards - See Full List!

 Nominees for the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards for outstanding individual, cast and ensemble performances in film and television of 2019, as well as the nominees for outstandin…

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Treasure Island review at University of Bolton Stadium – ‘a lively production’ by Natalie Douglas

For the staging of Kate Ferguson and Susannah Pearse’s musical adaptation of Treasure Island, the Octagon has moved from the cosy intimacy

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Meet the Kids Who’ll Make ‘Sing Street’ Rock by Elysa Gardner

One was in “Game of Thrones.” One is still in high school. They all act and play instruments. And in a new show they portray scrappy Dubliners creating a band.

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Reeve Carney’s Week: Pedal Boards and Peloton Ads by Alexis Soloski

The star of “Hadestown” shares what he watched, read and listened to last weekend.

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Mean Girls Welcomes Catherine Brunell by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

The Broadway musical Mean Girls welcomes Catherine Brunell to the hit production currently playing at the August Wilson Theatre. The actress will join the cast in the roles of “Mrs. Heron …

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Cinderella review at Royal and Derngate, Northampton – ‘big on spectacle, light on charm’ by Lauren Mooney

This year’s Northampton panto is a lavish, light-hearted, if slightly off-the-peg affair from Qdos. The panto juggernaut has several other Cinderellas in

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Broadway’s ‘Company’ Completes Casting With ‘Ain’t Too Proud’s Rashidra Scott by Greg

Rashidra Scott (Ain’t Too Proud – The Life and Times of The Temptations) has been cast in the role of Susan for Marianne Elliott’s upcoming Broadway revival of the Stephen Sondheim/Geo…

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Catherine Brunell takes over for Jennifer Simard in ‘Mean Girls’ by Caitlin Huston

Catherine Brunell is joining the cast of “Mean Girls” to play the roles of Mrs. Heron/Ms. Norbury/Mrs. George. Brunell takes over the role from Jennifer Simard, who played her final Broa…

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Photo Flash: Renee Fleming and More in Rehearsal For THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA in Chicago

Rehearsals are underway for Scenario Two's presentation of the beloved Tony Award-winning musical The Light in the Piazza at Lyric Opera House, starring four-time Grammy Award winner and Ton…

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Jonathan Groff, Christian Borle, and Tammy Blanchard to Record Little Shop of Horrors Cast Album by Dan Meyer

A recording of the Alan Menken-Howard Ashman musical revival Off-Broadway will be released by Ghostlight Records.

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Inside Opening Night of Donja R. Love’s One in Two Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The new play, directed by Stevie Walker-Webb, opened with the New Group December 10.

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Rashidra Scott joins Broadway cast of ‘Company’ by Caitlin Huston

Rashidra Scott will play the role of Susan in the upcoming revival of “Company.” Scott will play opposite Greg Hildreth as Peter. She comes to “Company” after starring as Josephine i…

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Rashidra Scott Completes Principal Cast of Broadway’s Company Revival, Starring Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone by Andrew Gans

Performances begin in March 2020 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

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Rashidra Scott Completes Cast of Broadway’s Company Revival, Starring Katrina Lenk and Patti LuPone by Andrew Gans

Performances begin in March 2020 at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre.

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Who Is Slava Polunin? Learn About the Russian Clown Behind Slava’s Snowshow

A brief guide to the man behind Slava’s Snowshow.

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LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Will Release Cast Album Featuring Jonathan Groff, Tammy Blanchard and Christian Borle

The critically-acclaimed revival of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS will be receiving an original cast recording, to be released by Ghostlight Records. THE NEW LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS OFF-BROADWAY CAS…

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The Duchess of Malfi review – subterfuge and spying in the #MeToo age by Arifa Akbar

Almeida, LondonLydia Wilson is riveting as the strong-willed duchess in Rebecca Frecknall’s arresting update When The Duchess of Malfi was revived in 1945 after falling out of fashion for …

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COMPANY on Broadway Completes its Cast With Rashidra Scott as Susan

Rashidra Scott will play the role of Susan and completes principal casting in the visionary new production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's landmark American musical, Company, directed…

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Catherine Brunell Joins The Broadway Cast Of MEAN GIRLS Beginning Tonight

Catherine Brunell (Something Rotten!, Thoroughly Modern Millie) will join the cast of Mean Girls as 'Mrs. Heron / Ms. Norbury / Mrs. George' beginning tonight, Wednesday, December 11. Tony A…

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Go Inside Broadway For All's 2nd Annual Cabaret at the Circus Gala by Nathan Skethway

The December 9 benefit was held under the tent at the Big Apple Circus at Lincoln Center.

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Diary: Jay Rayner’s offbeat but touching tribute to his late parents’ theatregoing spirit by Tabard

When loved ones pass away, there are many unique ways in which relatives choose to honour their memories. Food writer Jay Rayner

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Why Ed Harris Loves His Wig in To Kill a Mockingbird by Dan Meyer

The Broadway alum currently plays Atticus Finch at the Shubert Theatre.

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Broadway Has a Tony Award-Winning Gospel Choir and You Need to Know About It by Ruthie Fierberg

How Michael McElroy and Broadway Inspirational Voices have changed the fabric of Broadway—and how you can hear their Grammy-nominated music.

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Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac Will Head Cast of London’s Pretty Woman: The Musical by Andrew Gans

The musical, based on the film of the same name, is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Portrait Of Zapata, Naked And In High Heels, Outrages Mexican Protesters by Artsjournal1

“Protesters stormed the Palace of Fine Arts in Mexico City on Tuesday over a painting showing revolutionary hero Emiliano Zapata striking an unconventional pose. They shouted ‘burn it, b…

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Three Sisters, National Theatre review - Chekhov in time of war by Tom Birchenough

Relocation from the Russian provinces to Sixties Biafra brings insight and immediacy Inua Ellams’ Three Sisters plays Chekhov in the shadow of war, specifically the Nigerian-Biafran seces…

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Company of MEDEA at BAM, with Rose Byrne, Bobby Cannavale & More!

BAM will soon present Simon Stone's Medea-in previews beginning January 12 in the Harvey Theater. The production will star Emmy and Golden Globe nominee Rose Byrne (Damages, Bridesmaids, Ge…

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Alex Brightman to Star as John Belushi in Upcoming Biopic

Alex Brightman is set to star a John Belushi in an upcoming biopic directed by David Frankel, according to Collider.  

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Exclusive Podcast: Broadway's Backbone with Dale Hensley

Broadway's Dale Hensley went from milking cows and putting on shows in his living room in the rural midwest to a thriving Broadway career that has spanned almost four decades. It took him 10…

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Westfield News ArtsBeat 12/11/19 by Mark G. Auerbach

Westfield News ArtsBeat 12/11/19. Reviews of "Christmas on The Rocks" at TheaterWorks and "Santaland Diaries" at Playhouse on Park. Plus "Anyone Can Whistle" at Hartt, and arts news from WMa…

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Julian Clary inducted into London Palladium Wall of Fame

This year's returning panto star Julian Clary, who's currently portraying the Good Ringmaster in Goldilocks and the Three Bears, is now the first performer to be inducted into the London …

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Beetlejuice, Beetlejuice, B..Music Man? by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess is flapping her wings a bit slower today – because BEETLEJUICE on Broadway is closing – despite huge box office, for no other reason than Producer Scott Rudin wanted h…

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2019 in Review: The Best of Broadway (and Off-Broadway) Media by JK

Next up in our 2019 in Review series is a look at what we think were the best in Broadway-related media. From logos to marquees to recordings and online presence, we weigh in on 21 categorie…

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Photo Coverage: The New Group Celebrates Opening Night of ONE IN TWO

The New Group presents Donja R. Love's one in two, featuring Jamyl Dobson, Leland Fowler and Edward Mawere. Directed by Stevie Walker-Webb, one in two just opened last night, December 10. A …

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Be More Chill at The Other Palace – London cast announced. by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for the upcoming production of Be More Chill by Joe Iconis at The Other Palace Theatre, London. This post Be More Chill at The Other Palace – Lon…

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Three Sisters review – Inua Ellams transfers Chekhov to Nigeria by Michael Billington

Lyttelton, LondonBuoyed by first-rate performances, this production transforms the Russian classic into an eye-opening account of the Biafran war Inua Ellams describes his new play, his firs…

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Fresh Story, Old Favorites: Chicago Tap Theatre Celebrates the Season with Tidings of Tap! by Sharon Hoyer

The show features percussive dance backed by a five-piece jazz band.

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First Taste of Honey – How The Stage reviewed the premiere of Shelagh Delaney’s classic in 1958 by The Stage

As the National Theatre’s revival of Shelagh Delaney’s A Taste of Honey opens at the West End’s Trafalgar Studios, starring Jodie Prenger,

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Theatre Review: ‘Men on Boats’ at Center Stage by Max Garner

...surprising, captivating, and spectacular...

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Are Spotlight’s joining rules discriminatory? – your views, December 12 by The Stage

As a disabled actor and presenter, I have found it hard over the years to join Spotlight. However, because of changes to

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‘A fantastic piece of theatre’: SUPERSTAR – Southwark Playhouse ★★★★★ by Amy Toledano

Superstar is a fantastic piece of theatre that is completely honest and paints a very realistic image of what it is to grow up in a house of over-achievers.

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Connection, Influence, and Impact as a Playwright-In-Residence by Carlos Murillo, Kira Obolensky

By Carlos Murillo, Kira Obolensky. Carlos Murillo and Kira Obolensky talk about their National Playwright Residency Program residencies, creating work for a specific theatre’s audience, pl…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Merriam-Webster’s 2019 Word Of The Year: ‘They’ by Artsjournal1

“The US dictionary … said that look-ups for ‘they’ increased by 313% in 2019 compared with the previous year, as the public investigated the word’s shifting use [as a singular pron…

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May Stevens, Protest Artist Known For ‘Big Daddy Series, Dead At 95 by Artsjournal1

“Stevens was known for her monumental paintings that dealt with social and political issues, as well as her activism, teaching, and writing. The artist used personal experiences and her re…

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London Theatre Review: Touching The Void

The survival story at the heart of Touching The Void is one all climbers have surely discussed in hushed bar circles, chucking that unsettling hypothetical back and forth – “what would…

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First Look: New cast of SIX at the Arts Theatre

The new sextet of SIX The Musical have really got it goin' on! Production shots have been released for this West End banger and it simply can't look any more fierce! SIX, which was recently …

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Theatre Royal Bath accused of ‘erasing’ British-based East Asian actors by flying in US cast by Giverny Masso

Director Michael Boyd has been accused of “erasing” British-based East Asian actors for the second time this year, after it emerged performers

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The Wedding Singer starring Kevin Clifton to run at Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre by Giverny Masso

Kevin Clifton is to star in The Wedding Singer at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre next year. Based on the 1998 film

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Scottish arts funding needs ‘urgent’ shake-up to be more artist-focused, say MSPs by Georgia Snow

Arts funding in Scotland needs to be urgently reassessed and should be more focused on individual artists, a parliamentary committee of MSPs

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9 Memorable Moments From 2019’s Red Bucket Follies by Ruthie Fierberg

From Hadestown star André De Shields to Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof’s hilarious number, here are the highlights from the annual Broadway Cares event.

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Halfway Bitches Go Straight to Heaven Extends After Opening Off-Broadway by Dan Meyer

The new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Stephen Adly Guirgis is currently running at the Atlantic Theatre Company.

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Looking for Regional Gigs? Jesus Christ Superstar, Groundhog Day, Kinky Boots, and More Are Casting by Playbill Staff

Find your next Equity job with this selection of upcoming calls for Broadway and shows around the country.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

A First Look at Alice Ripley in Out of the Box Theatrics' Baby by Nathan Skethway

Richard Maltby, Jr. and David Shire’s 1983 musical is directed and choreographed by Ethan Paulini.

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, December 11, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Noah Galvin Replaces Ari’el Stachel??? Reviews for “Halfway Bitches” & “Greater Clements,” Luis Miranda & “FLS” Docs Coming to Sundance “Today on Broadway” is a dai…

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Daniel Monks: ‘It’s really important that only disabled actors play disabled roles’ by Natasha Tripney

Australian actor Daniel Monks has realised a dream of playing both Joseph Merrick and Richard III. As Teenage Dick, an adaptation of

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Blood Orange post-show video and photos: How critical is the NHS in this General Election? by Terri Paddock

How worried are you about the myriad pressures on the NHS today? Will you be thinking about the future of the NHS when you go to the ballot box? The post <em>Blood Orange</em> po…

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Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac to star in Pretty Woman: The Musical by Ruth Comerford

Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac will lead the cast of The Pretty Woman: The Musical in the West End, producers have confirmed.

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Obituary: Nell Gifford – ‘co-founder of Giffords Circus’ by Michael Quinn

As a child, Nell Gifford dreamed of running away to join a circus. She went one better than that, co-founding her own

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Lunchbox Theatrical: The inside story of how a global empire came crashing down by Giverny Masso

Under chief executive James Cundall, Lunchbox became a global powerhouse, with partners including the RSC and Really Useful Group, as well as

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Snapshot: Bruno Walter rehearses Mahler’s Fourth Symphony by Terry Teachout

Bruno Walter leads the Concertgebouw Orchestra in a 1946 rehearsal of Mahler’s Fourth Symphony:  (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-related videos that appear in this sp…

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Obituary: Niall Tóibín – a leading figure in Irish theatre by Michael Quinn

A leading figure in Irish theatre, Niall Tóibín was familiar to British audiences for spells with the National Theatre and television appearances

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How to Make a Broadway Show by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Disney Theatrical Productions’ Thomas Schumacher invites readers into the process of making a Broadway show with the third edition of How Does the Show Go On?.

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Eye 94 opens readers’ ears by Salem Collo-Julin

Lumpen hosts the only terrestrial radio show in the midwest devoted to books and authors. It's a slightly rainy late November evening and the lights are all on a…

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Almanac: Chekhov on banality by Terry Teachout

“There is nothing more awful, insulting, and depressing than banality.” Anton Chekhov, “The Teacher of Literature”

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Pinocchio review – frightening delight in a post-puppet world by Mark Fisher

Tramway, GlasgowTreating Carlo Collodi’s allegory with the seriousness it deserves, this sincere and playful production draws a vulnerable boy into the tale’s darkest corners Don’t be …

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WATCH: What do audiences and critics think of Graeae’s One Under revival? by Featured Content

"A great piece of theatre", "really moving, very thought-provoking" - check out what audiences think of Graeae's touring production of drama One Under, and what critics have said, then book …

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Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac to star in Pretty Woman: The Musical

The West End cast of Pretty Woman: The Musical is to feature Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac. The pair will play the lead roles of Vivian and Edward in the show set to open at the Piccadilly T…

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Cinderella review at Theatre Royal Nottingham – ‘knockabout comedy’ by Pat Ashworth

Nottingham’s Theatre Royal has been ill-served by its pantos in the past, but this one is a corker. Madness and mayhem dominate

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I Can Go Anywhere review at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘an absorbing, intelligent play’ by Fergus Morgan

“I can go anywhere for something new,” sings The Who’s Pete Townshend in the 1965 single Anyway, Anyhow, Anywhere – the Mod

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20th annual WhatsOnStage Awards nominees celebrate at Awards launch by Hira Desai

Stars and nominees gathered at h Club London to celebrate being shortlisted for the 20th annual WhatsOnStage Awards. Check out the pictures and highlights! The post 20th annual WhatsOnStage …

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Obituary: Tom Hodgkins – actor who established a long relationship with Manchester’s Royal Exchange by Michael Quinn

Born in Australia and raised in America, Tom Hodgkins came to the UK in his late teens and took a master’s in

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Lead Pretty Woman The Musical cast announced! by Kitty Underwood

Big news. Huge. Find out who's been announced as the leads in the brand new production of Pretty Woman The Musical, coming to the West End in February! The post Lead Pretty Woman The Musical…

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Aimie Atkinson & Danny Mac are cast as Vivian & Edward in the West End production of Pretty Woman The Musical

We want the fairy tale when Pretty Woman: The Musical opens for a 46-week season on 13 February 2020 and we now know that it will be Aimie Atkinson as Vivian and Danny Mac as Edward who wil…

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A Christmas Carol review at Derby Theatre – ‘spellbinding and beautiful seasonal show’ by Pat Ashworth

Oliver O’Shea’s revival of this show from 2014 sees Charles Dickens’ classic tale brought to life by a talented ensemble of actor-musicians.

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On the Couch with Katie Henry by Arts Review

Who is Katie Henry? Katie is 38 year old woman who directs plays, teaches and coaches creatives. A fierce feminist and believer in best practice. She also believes that vulnerability is wher…

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Review Roundup: The New Group's ONE IN TWO - What Did the Critics Think?

The New Group presents Donja R. Love's one in two, featuring Jamyl Dobson, Leland Fowler and Edward Mawere. Directed by Stevie Walker-Webb, plays through January 12 at The Pershing Square Si…

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The Duchess of Malfi review at Almeida Theatre, London – ‘Lydia Wilson is stunningly good’ by Natasha Tripney

Having worked wonders on Tennessee Williams’ under-appreciated and pretty flawed play Summer and Smoke, director Rebecca Frecknall works a similar magic on

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Aimie Atkinson and Danny Mac Will Lead PRETTY WOMAN THE MUSICAL in the West End

Aimie Atkinson will play 'Vivian' and Danny Mac will play 'Edward' in the smash hit PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL at the Piccadilly Theatre from 13 February 2020 where it will play for a strictl…

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Cinderella review at Lichfield Garrick – ‘high production values’ by Neil Bonner

In this entertaining production, Cinderella sets off to the ball in a beautiful horse-drawn carriage that actually flies through the air. This,

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Wake Up With BWW 12/11: Idina Menzel at Carnegie Hall, Patrick Stewart's A CHRISTMAS CAROL, and More!

Today's top stories: Idina Menzel plays Carnegie Hall tonight, Sir Patrick Stewart's one-man A Christmas Carol plays its first of two performances, and more!

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ALRA principal Adrian Hall: ‘Be real, be honest, be on time’ by John Byrne

How did you start off in theatre? Born in Uganda and raised in Liverpool, Southport and Staines, I started out as a

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‘A dazzling triumph’: CYRANO DE BERGERAC – West End by Aleks Sierz

James McAvoy triumphs in Martin Crimp’s magnificent makeover of the French classic Cyrano de Bergerac: a jaw-dropping success.

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Actor Grace Liston: ‘My first job taught me the importance of being in a supportive cast’ by John Byrne

I first performed A Christmas Carol in December 2017, in a production that toured castles and cathedrals all over the country. The

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First Look: Goldilocks and the Three Bears panto at The Palladium

Production shots have been released for Goldilocks and the Three Bears. The London Palladium's fourth pantomime, which stars Sophie Isaacs (Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical), Julian Clary…

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Kevin Clifton to star in The Wedding Singer musical at Troubadour Wembley Park

Following the exciting news last month that the highly-anticipated world premiere of Sleepless: A Musical Romance would take place at the Troubadour Wembley Park Theatre, the venue is at…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Danny Mac & Aimie Atkinson take the lead roles in West End’s Pretty Woman The Musical by Press Releases

Aimie Atkinson will play Vivian and Danny Mac will play Edward in Pretty Woman: The Musical at the Piccadilly Theatre from 13 February 2020 where it will play for a strictly limited engageme…

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Sublime Sea: Rapture and Reality by Arts Review

A spectacular, immersive exhibition about the power of the sea in human imagination, Sublime Sea: Rapture and Reality comes to Mornington Peninsula Regional Gallery from 14 December 2019. Wi…

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National Theatre to slash Saturday rehearsals in move towards five-day weeks by Matthew Hemley

National Theatre productions will restrict 50% of their rehearsal periods to five days a week from next year, limiting the amount of

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A Christmas Carol: The Immersive Dining Experience review at The Windmill, Brighton – ‘dinner and Dickens’ by Bella Todd

There’s more gravy than grave in this version of Dickens’ A Christmas Carol – though one of the dining tables does conceal a

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That damned woman: why my Faustus is female by Chris Bush

In a new version of the enduring myth, Chris Bush sets the story in 17th-century London with a young woman who sells her soul A man (it is almost always a man) strikes a deal for greatness a…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Associate Director, Getty Foundation by Artsjournal

The Getty Foundation is looking for an internationally recognized Associate Director professional, who is a demonstrated leader in academic art history, museum practice, or conservation.

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“Rhinoceros”: TheatreDuo Examines the Absurdity of the Human Condition by Tonderai Chiyindiko

Rhinoceros, the official production commemorating the Market Theatre Lab’s 30th-anniversary celebrations, and performed by the supremely talented Kwasha! Theatre Company is a piece worthy …

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These are Voices of Women Considered Modern for Their Times by Vikram Phukan

Anubha Fatehpuria will act out a miscellany of women characters, spanning more than a century in Pieces. Once again, in recent weeks, the free-thinking Virginia Woolf provides grist for the …

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Ritualizing Identities: “SUGA” by Travis Coe at Double Edge Theatre Company in Ashfield, Massachusetts by James Montaño

At the center of the large wooden barn is a makeshift altar, wrapped in gauze and adorned in flowers, candles, and partially constructed mannequins. A voice fills the broad, earthy space, wa…

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The Wiz by Arts Review

L. Frank Baum’s book, The Wonderful Wizard of Oz was first published in 1900. The Wiz is a musical with a book by William F. Brown, and music and lyrics by Charlie Smalls was presented at …

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David Benedict: Schlock and awe – my theatrical (dis)appointments in 2019 by David Benedict

While it’s possible to be disturbed, distressed and, sadly, disappointed by theatre, one cannot technically be turbed, tressed or appointed by it.

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Song and dance of death: the musical – archive, 11 December 1972 by Michael Billington

11 December 1972: on the evidence of recent shows, the musical is in dead trouble: the more one watches dancers catapulting across the stage as if fired from a cannon and leading ladies bari…

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Songs For Nobodies by Arts Review

Following her acclaimed sold-out season in London’s West End, Bernadette Robinson returns to Australia for a limited engagement in the hit play Songs For Nobodies at Geelong Arts Centre an…

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Broadways Backbone Ep. 85 Guest Dale Hensley Host:Brad Bradley by Brad Bradley

Ep. 85 Guest Dale Hensley Broadway’s Backbone is a podcast dedicated to the men and woman of the ensemble: The chorus of dancers, singers, and actors that are the foundation of every Broa…

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Wednesday, December 11, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Anything Can Happen in the Theater: The Musical World of Maury Yeston by Mark Dundas Wood

The York Theatre Company’s new revue, "Anything Can Happen in the Theater: The Musical World of Maury Yeston," reminds us not to take for granted the talents of this vibrant composer/lyric…

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The Duchess of Malfi, Almeida Theatre review - a radically original perspective on Webster's tragedy by Heather Neill

Rebecca Frecknall directs a production which ultimately finds its heart This play can be a challenge for modern audiences: a woman who is ostensibly in a position of power, "a prince" in Ren…

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Catherine Brunell Joins Mean Girls, Replaces Company-Bound Jennifer Simard by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony-nominated musical Mean Girls welcomes stage alum Catherine Brunell to the production on December 11. She takes over the roles of Mrs. Heron/Ms. Norbury/Mrs. George from Tony nomine…

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Broadway: “Jagged Little Pill” Gets No Bounce from Opening, “Beetlejuice” Will Close Next June, Tony Goldwyn Heads to “Inheritance” by Roger Friedman

Busy week on Broadway with last week’s box office numbers just in. “Jagged Little Pill,” based on Alanis Morissette’s shrieky album from

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Native American art breaks free in Stretching the Canvas

Pop Art and contemporary politics energise an eye-opening show at the National Museum of the American Indian in New York

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Dance News: Announcing 2019-20 Cage Cunningham Fellow, Jennifer Tipton by The Dance Enthusiast

Announcing 2019-20 Cage Cunningham Fellow, Jennifer Tipton!

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As a Black Man with HIV, He Didn't See Himself On Stage, So He Wrote a Play - Donja R. Love discusses his "super personal" world premiere

Donja R. Love discusses his "super personal" world premiere---According to a recent CDC fact sheet, if current trends persist, one in two African-American gay or bisexual men will be diagnos…

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Tony Winner Idina Menzel Plays Holiday Show at Carnegie Hall December 11 by Andrew Gans

The concert follows the recent release of Menzel’s Christmas: A Season of Love album.

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Patrick Stewart Returns to the New York Stage December 11 in Solo Adaptation of A Christmas Carol by Andrew Gans

The two performances benefit City Harvest and Ars Nova.

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World Premiere of Dave Malloy’s Moby-Dick Musical Opens December 11 at the American Repertory Theater by Ryan McPhee

Hadestown Tony winner Rachel Chavkin directs the Boston-area production.

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