Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Tried and true formulas work in ‘A Soldier’s Play’ and ‘Grand Horizons’ by Peter Marks

Two new Broadway productions make the most of familiar plots and patterns.

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IMPERFECT UNION by Brian Scott Lipton

Bess Wohl’s play features characters we can all recognize, brought to life by a first-rate cast.

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LIGHT AND DARK by Joe Dziemianowicz

Michelle Dooley Mahonshows a gift for painting evocative pictures with words in her worthwhile solo show.

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Timon of Athens (Theatre for a New Audience) by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

On paper the concept should not work: scenes and characters have been cut, a Shakespeare sonnet has been added set to music, as well as a Greek song, and four characters originally written f…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

02/01/20 – Kim Grogg & Lennie Watts by David Sabella

Photo Credit: Stephen Mosher Multiple award winners Kim Grogg and Lennie Watts join forces to honor their Hometown Heroes! Grogg, from Indiana, and Watts, from Missouri will pay tribute to s…

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Grand Horizons Opening by Barry Gordin

Bess Wohl's play Grand Horizons opened at Second Stage Theater at the Helen Hayes Theater and was Directed by Leigh Silverman. January 23, 2020: Bill and Nancy have spent 50 full years …

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01/29/20 Christine Andreas @ F54B by David Sabella

Photo Credit: unknown JANUARY 29, 2020 – FEBRUARY 1, 2020 Christine Andreas Feinstein’s 54 Below AND SO IT GOES-Life & Love, Lost & Found If you are finding it a little challengi…

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Review: In ‘Grand Horizons,’ Marriage Is a Long-Running Farce by Jesse Green

Bess Wohl’s new play puts a Neil Simonesque spin on the story of a couple considering divorce after 50 years.

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Review: The Comforts of the Cozy Scare in ‘The Woman in Black’ by Ben Brantley

This ingenious, bare-bones adaptation of Susan Hill’s Gothic novel — a long-running hit in London — allows audiences to take charge of their fear.

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Northcote Town Hall reimagined by emerging artists as an interactive art scape and a post-colonial paradise of social resistance and celebration by Gabi Bergman

After the sensational success of its first iteration, LET’S TAKE OVER, is back for another year! LET’S TAKE OVER gives 10 talented young

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01/30/20 Sean Patrick Murtagh @ TGR42 by David Sabella

Photo Credit: unknown Sean Patrick Murtagh, New York based singer and actor as well as San Francisco Cabaret Fixture, makes his Green Room in MARIO! A Salute to the great Lanza. An open love…

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Only new play written by a woman on B'way this season by Simon Saltzman

Review of Bess Wohl's "Grand Horizons" at 2ndStage

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Talkin' Broadway Review: "Grand Horizons" 1/21/20 by Howard Miller

The play is often quite funny in the way that a well-written sitcom can be, but a thick layer of jokes and punchlines cannot cover up the fact that there is little of credible substance here.

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01/28/20 Gretchen Reinhagen @ Pangea by David Sabella

Photo credit: unknown A Tribute to the Great Kaye Ballard COST: $20 online ($25 at the door, cash only) + $20 food/beverage minimum For more information about the show, artists and to purch…

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“Snowflake” at The Kiln Theatre by Aleks Sierz

The prolific Mike Bartlett — from whose pen have leaped television series such as Doctor Foster and Press, as well as stage hits such as King Charles III — has two things to celebrate …

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Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui brings it all together in ‘Jagged Little Pill’ by Admin

Broadhurst Theatre, New York, NY.January 21, 2019. A jukebox musical tends to fall into one of two categories: telling the life story of an artist with his or her music woven into the chrono…

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Grand Horizons: The Kids Aren’t Alright by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★★ Bess Wohl gets big laughs from a long-married couple, their potential divorce, and their flabbergasted adult children The post Grand Horizons: The Kids Aren’t Alright appeared…

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Grand Horizons: Senior Citizen Sex Comedy Gets Boost from Jane Alexander by Steven Suskin

★★ Strong comedy performances offset the surprisingly mild script by the usually adventurous Bess Wohl The post Grand Horizons: Senior Citizen Sex Comedy Gets Boost from Jane Alexander a…

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Profanity and bawdy wit enliven old age in Grand Horizons on Broadway

Jane Alexander and James Cromwell are a match made in theatrical heaven at the Helen Hayes Theater

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‘Grand Horizons’ Broadway Review: Jane Alexander & James Cromwell In A Marriage Story With Jokes by Greg Evans

Even before the great James Cromwell arrives at the punchline of a decrepit dirty nun joke, or the incomparable Jane Alexander gets to a vibrator bit exhausted seasons ago by Grace and Frank…

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The Woman in Black **** by Barry Gordin

By: Paulanne Simmons January 23, 2019: The horror story, The Woman in Black, has a long and distinguished history. It began as a 1983 novel by Susan Hill and spawned two films. The firs…

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Review: A fresh take on a familial tale in ‘Grand Horizons’ by Charles Isherwood

In just the first minutes of Bess Wohl’s “Grand Horizons,” a supremely funny comedy of marital malaise presented by Second Stage Theater, Jane Alexander and James Cromwell deliver a mi…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

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Inside the Press Preview of Young Jean Lee's We're Gonna Die by Nathan Skethway

The special preview, featuring director-choreographer Raja Feather Kelly and star Janelle McDermoth, took place January 22 at The Green Room 42.

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Grand Horizons Explores Divorce in Your Golden Years

Breaking up is hard to do…especially when you've been collecting social security for a decade.

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Review Roundup: GRAND HORIZONS Opens On Broadway

Written by Bess Wohl and directed by Leigh Silverman, Grand Horizons officially opens on Broadway tonight, January 23 at the Hayes Theater (240 W 44th Street).

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(Lauren Shook’s article appeared in Shakespeare and Beyond, 1/7; via Pam Green.) In 1608, famine plagued England. Preachers responded with sermons begging the gentry to show compassion for…

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02/13/20 Lane Bradbury @ Pangea by Sheree Sano

LANE BRADBURY – ORIGINAL ‘DAINTY JUNE’ IN GYPSY presents MON HISTOIRE EN CHANSONS FRANCAISES (My Story in French Songs) Lane Bradbury may have been born and raised as a Southern Belle …

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Theater Review: ‘The Merry Wives of Windsor’ at Folger Theater by Michael Garvey

What it is, what it is…Get ready to be transported back to the seventies with all its kitschy-ness, loud colors and lingo combine it with the Elizabethan Shakespearean style, and you have …

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Broadway review: Grand Horizons. A starry cast for a hip, old-fashioned comedy. by Jonathan Mandell

“I think I would like a divorce,” Jane Alexander as Nancy French says to her husband of 50 years,  played by James Cromwell. “All right,” Bill replies.  Blackout. More production p…

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Uncle Vanya review – Toby Jones triumphs in perfect Chekhov by Arifa Akbar

Harold Pinter theatre, LondonIan Rickson’s exquisite production is enlivened with expertly weighted humour and a modern beat Last year, David Hare teamed up with Rupert Everett to stage an…

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Eurovision royalty to grace Eurovision – Australia Decides 2020 by Arts Review

SBS and Blink TV have announced that Swedish pop phenomenon and winner of the Eurovision Song Contest 2015, Måns Zelmerlöw, is heading to the Gold Coast to perform and be one of the Jury m…

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Theatre Review: ‘POP! Who Shot Andy Warhol?’ at Stillpointe Theatre by Max Garner

...a gifted, energetic ensemble and a crack production team

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My Name Is Lucy Barton ****, The Woman In Black **1/2 by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward January 23, 2019: Adapting a novel to the stage is a tricky business. A play needs to have a central action  executed within a playing time of a few hours while a nov…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Screen Australia greenlights $3.5 million for 5 projects by Arts Review

Nude retreats, marine poachers and hot-tempered chefs – Screen Australia has announced two feature films, one television drama and two online projects that will share in $3.5 million of pr…

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Read Reviews for Grand Horizons on Broadway by Playbill Staff

The new Bess Wohl play, directed by Leigh Silverman, opens at The Hayes January 23.

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Florence Halop: From Nancy Drew to Night Court by Trav S.D.

Three Cheers for Florence Halop (1923-86) whose career in radio and television spanned five and a half decades. A native of Queens, Florence was the younger sister of Billy Halop, one of the…

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Betty Rowland: The Original Ball of Fire by Trav S.D.

To the best of my knowledge, burlesque star Betty Rowland (b. 1916) is still with us at age 104. When she hit the century mark a few years ago there was much hoopla, as in this Leslie Zamec…

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In ‘Sheepdog,’ Police Violience, Race and Class Collide by Matthew Wexler

(l to r) Drew Schad and Leslie Ann Sheppard in ‘SHEEPDOG.’ (Photo: Lowell Thomas) By Becky Sarwate Shattered Globe Theatre’s 2019-2020 production season continues with… The post In …

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Randolph Scott is Not a Punch Line by Trav S.D.

Today a long overdue post on the terrific Hollywood star Randolph Scott (1898-1987). Scott is someone you can use as a sort of litmus test: if you meet someone who is someone is familiar wit…

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Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - "The Scourge" - 1/23/20 by David Hurst

A deeply moving testament to the power of emotional resilience, The Scourge is a captivating tribute to the human spirit, and Mahon is an international treasure.

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Talkin' Broadway Off-Broadway - "Romeo and Bernadette: A Musical Tale of Verona and Brooklyn" - 1/23/20 by James Wilson

Romeo and Bernadette: A Musical Tale of Verona and Brooklyn, does not nearly reach the very high bar that Amas has set in its first half century.

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The Woman in Black Is Scaring New York Theatergoers out of Their Wits

London's long-running ghost story finds a new haunt off-Broadway.

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Grand Horizons on Broadway by New York Theater

“I think I would like a divorce,” Jane Alexander as Nancy French says to her husband of 50 years, played by James Cromwell. “All right,” Bill replies. Blackout. That’s all the dial…

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Jason Robert Brown’s Tony Award winning musical gets Australian premiere by Peter J Snee

Jason Robert Brown’s The Bridges of Madison Country to have Australian premiere at The Hayes. Producers Matthew Henderson and Neil

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Shakespeare meets the Mafia in ‘Romeo & Bernadette’ at A.R.T./NY Theatres by Deb Miller

When their date at a lamentable community theater performance of Romeo and Juliet leaves a Brooklyn Girl in tears and a Brooklyn Guy bored to tears, he needs to prove to her that he really i…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

The Boy I Paid For by Arts Review

The Boy I Paid For is a surprisingly layered journey through love, acceptance, romance and sex. With a title like this work has, one could easily think that this would be a basic story brim…

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Uncle Vanya, Harold Pinter Theatre review - a superlative company achievement by Tom Birchenough

Ian Rickson’s exemplary production relishes the nuances of Conor McPherson's adaptation Uncle Vanya must surely be the closest, the most essential of Chekhov’s plays, its cast – just f…

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When Daughter Becomes Mother in The Scourge

Michelle Dooley Mahon's solo play at Irish Rep recounts her experiences caring for her mother during her battle with Alzheimer's.

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An Extraordinary Boots-On-The-Ground Arts Philanthropist In Atlanta by Artsjournal

“My desire to give evolved from going to a lot of museums, art galleries and live performances,” he says. “It took years to develop my taste, but once I was on the ground, seeing what …

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Smithsonian To Send Popular Obama Portraits On A National Tour by Artsjournal

Kehinde Wiley’s official portrait of President Obama and Amy Sherald’s painting of the first lady, like the Obamas themselves, broke boundaries. L.A.-born, New York-based Wiley and New Y…

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Klimt Thief: “We Have Given A Gift To The City” by Artsjournal

Last Friday, when art historians confirmed its authenticity through X-rays to see if the original painting was there, Ermanno Mariani got the curious call, and the voice was oddly familiar. …

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Does Russia’s New Minister Of Culture Hate Culture? by Artsjournal

Her blunt views on culture were summed up in a 2008 blog which complains “I simply can’t stand going to exhibitions, museums, opera”. – BBC

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Come From Away breaks highest weekly box office record in the Comedy Theatre’s 92 year history by Gabi Bergman

In yet another spectacular triumph, global hit COME FROM AWAY has smashed the highest weekly gross income for the week

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Rialto Chatter: Will the Neil Diamond Musical Hit Broadway in 2021?

The previously announced Neil Diamond musical is inching its way closer to Broadway!

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Yo, Romeo, Where You At? He's in Brooklyn in Romeo & Bernadette

A modern-day musical spoof of Shakespeare's tragic love story is running at A.R.T./New York Theatres.

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Samuel Bailey's Shook Will Move to London's West End by Andy Lefkowitz

On the heels of a debut run at Southwark Playhouse, Samuel Bailey's new drama Shook will open in London's West End this spring. George Turvey will repeat his work as director for the transfe…

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Watch Austin Scott, Kimber Elayne Sprawl and More Sing Out Girl From the North Country Tunes Ahead of Its Broadway Run by

See Austin Scott, Kimber Elayne Sprawl, Marc Kudisch and more sing out tunes from Girl From the North Country, which features the sounds of Bob Dylan, ahead of the show's Broadway bow.

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At Ease! David Alan Grier, Blair Underwood & More Bow at Opening Night of A Soldier's Play on Broadway by Michael Appler

A Soldier’s Play, Charles Fuller’s 1981 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama that never came to Broadway, has finally received its due. The Kenny Leon-helmed production made its opening night Br…

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Frank Wood & Ari Graynor to Star in New Drama The Best We Could (a family tragedy) Off-Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for Emily Feldman's new play The Best We Could (a family tragedy), set to arrive at off-Broadway's City Center—Stage II this spring. Daniel Aukin will direct the previ…

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Heart! Heart! Heart! New Musical Emojiland Extends Off-Broadway Run by Andy Lefkowitz

The new musical comedy Emojiland has extended its off-Broadway run at The Duke on 42nd Street. Originally announced to play a limited engagement through March 8, the musical will now conclud…

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Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Perform Freestyle Love Supreme 15 Years Ago in Trailer for New Documentary by Michael Appler

Sundance Film Festival has released the first trailer of the upcoming documentary We Are Freestyle Love Supreme, a 15-year retrospective of Lin-Manuel Miranda and Thomas Kail's hip-hop im…

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Pearl Sun chats about joining the Broadway cast of Come From Away and more with Beth Stevens.

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Watch the Girl From the North Country Cast Perform 'Slow Train Coming' and Other Songs From the Show by Diep Tran

The cast of the upcoming Broadway musical Girl from the North Country met the press on January 22 at The Bitter End, the oldest rock 'n' roll club in New York and personal favorite venue of…

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Caroline, or Change Taps Samantha Williams for Tony-Winning Role: 'I Know How Lucky I Am' by Andy Lefkowitz

Samantha Williams, a senior at Pace University, will take on the role of Emmie Thibodeaux, daughter to the title character, in the upcoming Broadway revival of Caroline, or Change. The prev…

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Broadway Baby! Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Justin Mikita Are Expecting Their First Child by Michael Appler

Tony nominee Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Broadway producer Justin Mikita are expecting their first child. Ferguson, who will appear on Broadway this season in a revival of Take Me Out, announc…

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Come From Away's Pearl Sun on Understudying Alice Ripley and Doing an Unusual Version of Cats by Diep Tran

Pearl Sun knows something about living on the edge. Since 2017, she's been the standby in Come From Away on Broadway where she memorized the stage blocking and lines for five characters, b…

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Tina Fey Announces Movie Musical Adaptation of Mean Girls; Broadway Production Recoups Investment by Andy Lefkowitz

Mean Girls is headed back to movie theaters. Tina Fey, screenwriter of the 2004 film and Tony-nominated book writer of the current Broadway musical, has announced an upcoming movie musical v…

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Andrew Barth Feldman on Leaving Dear Evan Hansen and Being Excited to 'Eat Pizza Again' by Beth Stevens

In the corporate world, employees leaving a job are often asked to sit through an exit interview with HR about their time at the company. That concept doesn’t exist for Broadway performers…

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Cynthia Erivo, Idina Menzel, Elton John & More to Perform at 2020 Oscars by Michael Appler

The 2020 Oscars will feature performances from each of the songs nominated in the Best Original Song category. Cynthia Erivo, who was nominated for two Academy Awards this year as the star …

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‘Astonishing!’ Remembering Sutton Foster in Broadway's Little Women 15 Years Ago by Beth Stevens

As Greta Gerwig’s big-screen adaptation of Little Women, Louisa May Alcott’s 1868 coming-of-age novel, connects with a new generation of audiences, it’s time to remember the Broadway m…

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Don Giovanni opens at the Sydney Opera House by Sean McLoughlin

He’s mad. He’s bad. He’s dangerous. But damn him to hell, his serenades are divine. It’s the last day of

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Note From an Editor by Kerry Reid

Winter theater and dance in Chicago provides a home away from home. On nights when the temperature falls into single digits and icy sidewalks (clear that stuff, …

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Winter theater and dance in Chicago provides a home away from home by Kerry Reid

On nights when the temperature falls into single digits and icy sidewalks (clear that stuff, people!) make the public way treacherous, it's easy to find reasons to stay home.  But the month…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Neil Diamond ‘visibly moved’ by Broadway bio musical by Michael Riedel

The show may stand out because of its writer — Anthony McCarten, who's up for a 2020 Oscar for his movie "The Two Popes."

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Red Ink by Lara Altunian

The post Red Ink appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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RWS Entertainment Group Announces Career Training Program for Next Generation of Arts Professionals by Logan Culwell-Block

The program will support up-and-coming theatre performers, musicians, and technicians.

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How to Get the Best Broadway Deals With TodayTix

We get it. Broadway tickets can get a bad rap for being expensive, but that doesn't have to be the case. TodayTix has the best prices on Broadway tickets, from new shows to critically acclai…

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Cheyenne Jackson to Headline Chicago's Goodman Theatre Gala by Dan Meyer

The stage and screen star will perform a medley of hits at The Fairmont.

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Congo Square celebrates its roots with the satirical Day of Absence by Albert Williams

Douglas Turner Ward's classic one-act kicks off their 20th season. Derrick Sanders and Reginald Nelson arrived in Chicago in 1999 with a singular goal: to start …

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: Eric McCormack & Steven Weber Stopped by BEETLEJUICE Last Night

Eric McCormack and Steven Weber paid a visit to the cast of Beetlejuice last night!

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Timon of Athens by Jk Clarke

          By JK Clarke   It takes an extraordinarily special talent to take Shakespeare’s more problematic—or “less compelling”—plays and make them not only interesting, but …

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Mean Girls Musical Headed For The Screen by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Mean Girls, the twelve-time Tony-nominated musical, has officially recouped on its capitalization and appears to be headed for the big screen. Producers of the hit musical announced today th…

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Submissions Open for 2nd Annual 'You Will Be Found' College Essay Writing Challenge by Logan Culwell-Block

This Dear Evan Hansen-inspired contest from the Broadway Education Alliance and Gotham Writers Workshop recognizes excellence in storytelling with a $1,500 scholarship.

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Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Vinie Burrows, Katie Firth, and more star in the evening of short plays, each an adaptation of a story by the well-known authors.

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Cynthia Erivo, Idina Menzel, More Will Perform at 2020 Oscars by Andrew Gans

Others set to sing February 9 include Elton John, Chrissy Metz, and Randy Newman.

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Quiz: Which WAITRESS Character Are You?

Isn't it amazing what baking can do?!  We're celebrating National Pie Day by heading to Joe's Pie Diner and giving you the chance to see which of Waitress's iconic characters you are with …

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Review: Bourne’s New Adventures: ‘Swan Lake’ still shocks with its transgressive beauty by Alexander C. Kafka

It seems like just yesterday that Matthew Bourne’s groundbreaking reinterpretation of a classic triggered gents to walk out at the sight of two men partnered and young girls to cry when co…

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Special DCTS ticket deal: 35% off Silent Sky at Ford’s Theatre by Lorraine Treanor

From Ford’s Theatre – Save on tickets to Silent Sky at Ford’s Theatre—a captivating play by Lauren Gunderson about trail-blazing astronomer Henrietta Swan Leavitt. A decade before w…

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Once on This Island proves it takes a village by Kerry Reid

The central romance feels overly familiar, but this touring production's ensemble creates a magical environment. Your affection for Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flahe…

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Voices for the Voiceless Will Benefit Foster Kids You Gotta Believe by Sandi Durell

  Your Kids, Our Kids (Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, Founding Directors) proudly presents the 6th Annual VOICES FOR THE VOICELESS: Stars For Foster Kids, an event that brings together …

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Check Out Photos of the World Premiere of MIDWIVES at George Street Playhouse by Boyd Willms

The world premiere of Chris Bohjalian’s MIDWIVES started performances at George Street Playhouse January 21 forward of a January 24 opening night.

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Playwright Deborah Zoe Laufer on directing her play ‘Be Here Now’ at Everyman Theatre by Patricia Mitchell

I’d say Deborah Zoe Laufer is having a bit of a moment right now, but it’s been going on so long I think it’s fairer to say she’s having a bit of an amazing career. Laufer’s plays …

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What’s Happening at Culture Project and Access Theatre by Sandi Durell

ABOUT LOVE and THE SICKNESS Culture Project presents About Love, a new play with songs and music. Music and lyrics by jazz artist Nancy Harrow and script and direction by Will Pomerant…

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Asia’s edgiest comedians are bringing Mardi Gras to Riverside Theatres by Peter J Snee

On 22nd February Riverside Theatres will present Spice Night, an evening of trailblazing, queer comedy from across Asia, as part of

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Our Conception Of Time As A Process Has Evolved by Artsjournal

Over the past few centuries, philosophers of time have worried about divine eternity, absolutism and Kantian idealism. Our current fixation on presentness, and whether it is a real feature o…

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A New Museum That’s Betting You’ll Pay For A More “Experience” Experience by Artsjournal

The museum is betting that in a city where tickets to the Museum of Ice Cream cost $38, visitors will be willing to pay for the privilege of experiencing photography in a way that feels mor…

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One Of The Last Full-Length Interviews Of Monty Python’s Terry Jones by Artsjournal1

“The BBC came very close to erasing all of the original Python tapes, at least from the first season. What happened was that we got word from our editor that the BBC was about to wipe all …

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Stories Are An Oral Tradition. They Work Differently When You Don’t Hear Them by Artsjournal

Once upon a time, none of these stories had yet been fixed on a page (or a clay tablet), but were carried in the physical bodies of the people who committed them to memory. Long before Johan…

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Darebin Speakeasy 2020 season announced by Gabi Bergman

A year-round contemporary performing arts program presented at Northcote Town Hall Arts Centre and Darebin Arts Centre  Following on from

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Cynthia Erivo, Idina Menzel, and More Set to Perform at the OSCARS

Cynthia Erivo, Oscar winner Elton John, Idina Menzel, Chrissy Metz and Oscar winner Randy Newman will perform this year's nominated songs at the 92nd Oscars® ceremony, show producers Lynett…

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Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer and Cast Members from HADESTOWN Will Take Part in Amy Marcs' Benefit Reading of NICE T!TS

The cast of HADESTOWN including Yvette Gonzalez-Nacer, Kimberly Marable, Jessie Shelton, Kim Steele, along with directors Coco Cohn and Peter Michael Marino will take part in Amy Marcs' hit…

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Sting’s Big Night in Hollywood: “The Last Ship” Sets Sail in Triumphant Return, Rebuilt and Seaworthy by Roger Friedman

There was always a problem with Sting’s Broadway musical, “The Last Ship.” Even though the music was par excellence, the songs beyond

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Katie Rose Clarke and Noah Weisberg Will Go on a Date of a Lifetime by Andrew Gans

Nathan Brewer will direct the benefit performance of the new musical for the Abingdon Theatre Company.

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Darryl Maximilian Robinson Performs Rudyard Kipling's "If" by Darryl Maximilian Robinson

Ably assisted by videographer, editor and fellow performer Danny Belrose, veteran and award-winning stage actor Darryl Maximilian Robinson performs a "street theatre" rendition of Rudyard Ki…

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‘Mean Girls’ musical to be adapted into major motion picture by Caitlin Huston

The musical version of “Mean Girls” will be adapted into a film from Paramount Pictures, the production announced Thursday.  The film will be produced by Lorne Michaels and Tina Fey and…

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A ‘Swan Lake’ with echoes of ‘The Crown’ at the Kennedy Center by Sarah L. Kaufman

Matthew Bourne’s Windsor-inspired take on the classic ballet returns, with a snarling corgi, cellphones and all the thunderous, shirtless male swans of his 1995 original.

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Tina Fey is turning her Mean Girls musical into a movie by Devan Coggan

Mean Girls has been a movie and a musical. Now it’s going to be both. Tina Fey and the producers of the Broadway production announced Thursday that they’ll be returning to North Shore H…

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Actress dishes on playing poo emoji character onstage in ‘Emojiland’ by Barbara Hoffman

Within our smartphones is a world of smiley faces, flowers, royals . . . and a pile of poo. And now many of them have come alive, in the off-Broadway musical “Emojiland.” Several key pla…

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Photo Flash: Pierce Brosnan, Courteney Cox, Keala Settle and More At Opening Night of Sting's THE LAST SHIP

Sting's The Last Ship Opened last night at Center Theatre Group/Ahmanson Theatre in Los Angeles. Those in attendance included Pierce Brosnan, Courteney Cox, Keala Settle, Melanie Griffi…

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Cast Complete for Broadway Revival of Caroline, or Change by Olivia Clement

Samantha Williams and others join Sharon D. Clarke, John Cariani, and Caissie Levy in the upcoming production at Studio 54.

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South Coast Rep and Playwrights Horizons to Launch $60,000 New-Play Commission by American Theatre Editors

The inaugural recipient of the Pinnacle commission will be announced this spring.

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Lampooning the biggest hits of the Great White Way in ‘Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation’ at The York Theatre Company by Deb Miller

Conceived, written, and directed by Gerard Alessandrini, Forbidden Broadway: The Next Generation, the latest installment in his outrageous parodies of the shows and stars of the Great White …

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VIDEO: See Ben Platt in the Trailer for RUN THIS TOWN

Twitter has teamed up with Oscilloscope Laboratories for outreach on Ricky Tollman's feature film debut, “Run This Town,” starring Ben Platt.

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A Movie Adaptation of the Mean Girls Musical Is in the Works by Ryan McPhee

The show from Tina Fey, Jeff Richmond, and Nell Benjamin continues on Broadway and on tour.

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BREAKING: Tina Fey Announces Film Adaptation of the Broadway Musical MEAN GIRLS

Tina Fey has announced that the musical production of Mean Girls is set to receive a film adaptation from Paramount Pictures, according to Variety. The musical is based on the 2004 movie of…

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15 Women Belting Out “Astonishing” In Honor of Little Women’s 15th Anniversary on Broadway

Little Women opened on Broadway 15 years ago today, and we're looking back on the most famous song from the musical.

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Public Memorial Will Celebrate the Life of Off-Off-Broadway Leader Kyle Renick by Ryan McPhee

The former artistic director of WPA Theater—the original home of Little Shop of Horrors, Steel Magnolias, and more—died at 71 last year.

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Submissions Are Now Open for 2nd Annual YOU WILL BE FOUND College Essay Writing Challenge

The Broadway Education Alliance and Gotham Writers Workshop announced today that submissions are now open for the 2nd annual 'You Will Be Found' College Essay Writing Challenge, inspired by …

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VIDEO: Watch Lesli Margherita Sing a BLAZING SADDLES Classic!

Lesli Margherita, currently starring in Emojiland off Broadway, just hit the stage at Feinstein's/54 Below to celebrate the comedy of Mel Brooks. Watch below as she hilariously takes on 'I'm…

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Kaden Amari Anderson, Joy Hermalyn and More Join Roundabout's CAROLINE, OR CHANGE; Full Cast Announced

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director/CEO) has announced the cast joining Olivier Award winner Sharon D Clarke in the new Broadway production of Tony Kushner & Jean…

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‘Caroline, or Change’ announces complete Broadway cast by Caitlin Huston

“Caroline, or Change” has announced its complete Broadway cast.  Joy Hermalyn is joining the cast as Grandma Gellman, alongside Kevin S. McAllister as Bus/Dryer, N’Kenge as the Moon a…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)


On Wednesday, June 3 at 6:30 p.m., Carnegie Hall will present a special event: The Stage of Legends: A Gala Evening at Carnegie Hall. The evening will feature a private musical performance …

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Photo Flash: First Look at Artwork for MTC's THE PERPLEXED

MTC will soon present the world premiere of The Perplexed, written by Tony Award winner Richard Greenberg (Take Me Out, The Assembled Parties) and directed by MTC's award-winning Artistic Di…

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Mean Girls Is Heading Back to the Big Screen as a Musical

Tina Fey will adapt her Broadway show as a film.

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Michael Urie to Direct Ryan Spahn’s Inspired By True Events for New York Stage and Film’s Winter Programming by Dan Meyer

The real-life couple will present their work at The Lark’s Barebones Studio.

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First Look at The Lion King's New Touring Cast by Nathan Skethway

The North American tour of the hit Disney musical is scheduled to play 14 cities this year.

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Watch High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Stars Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo Perform for Young Fans at Junior Theater Festival by Ruthie Fierberg

The stars greeted fans at the Atlanta festival for the first time since the launch of the Disney+ series.

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VIDEO: HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL: THE SERIES Stars Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo Perform at Junior Theater Festival

'High School Musical: The Musical: The Series' stars Joshua Bassett and Olivia Rodrigo performed at the Junior Theater Festival Atlanta this past weekend. Over 6,500 musical theater kids att…

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Watch Now: SIX on Broadway by Broadway Direct

Divorced, beheaded, died, divorced, beheaded, survived. From Tudor Queens to Pop Princesses, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the mic to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak int…

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What Professional Book Critics Think About Amateur Reviewers And Academics by Artsjournal1

Philippa Chong asked them. “Critics were understandably ambivalent towards amateur reviewers despite their appreciation for general readers’ enthusiasm about books. … If the critics I …

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Survival Of The Fittest? Turns Out Collaboration Might Be More Important by Artsjournal

Put simply, life is beginning to look ever more complex and ever more collaborative. All this has fractured Western biology’s consensus on Darwin. – Slate

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Frank Gehry And His Favorite Buildings, And How He Thinks About Buildings by Artsjournal

“I don’t play music and I don’t paint, but I always thought architecture was an art and I try to practice it that way. Architecture is intuitive. It’s humanly expressive. You’re pu…

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Were Egyptian Hieroglyphs Basically Ancient Emoji? by Artsjournal1

On the surface, yes, of course they were — and there are some modern-day emoji that look surprisingly like their Pharaonic predecessors. The differences, though, are deep. – The New York…

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I Began Studying Ballet At Age 62 by Artsjournal1

Michelle Herman: “In that very first class, long before I had any idea what I was doing, … I had a moment of what seemed like perfect clarity: My body and my mind were working as one. An…

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Samantha Williams and More Complete Broadway Cast of Caroline, or Change Revival

Sharon D. Clarke stars in the Tony Kushner-Jeanine Tesori musical on Broadway.

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The Lion King North American Tour Releases New Photos

Brandon A. McCall and Kayla Cyphers lead the current touring cast.

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Jamie deRoy & Friends Will Welcome Sierra Boggess, Rick Crom, Well-Strung, More by Andrew Gans

The evening at Birdland will benefit The Actors Fund.

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With Smart Caption Glasses, the Eyes Have It by American Theatre Editors

The assistive devices, now being tested at People’s Light in Pennsylvania, offer a new way for hard-of-hearing patrons to fully enjoy the theatre.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

LISTEN: Broadway Playwright Heidi Schreck Discusses What the Equal Rights Amendment Means to Her

Katie Couric Media and iHeartMedia announced the season two premiere of Next Question with Katie Couric, an iHeartRadio Podcast. In episode one, Couric examines the history of the Equal Rig…

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Emil Varda's The Sickness to Play Off-Broadway by Dan Meyer

Ryan Cupello and Mia Vallet will star in the production at Access Theater.

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20 Questions in 2 Minutes with The Phantom of the Opera Star Meghan Picerno

Watch as The Phantom of the Opera star Meghan Picerno races against the clock to answer 20 questions in just 2 minutes.

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Broadway Loves Selena Gomez Returns With Kathryn Gallagher, Krystina Alabado, More by Dan Meyer

Tony nominees Ariana DeBose and Jennifer Damiano also join the lineup for the Feinstein's/54 Below concert.

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Gina DeLuca walks the live lit line between funny and tragic by Jack Helbig

Her new monthly showcase at Duke of Perth creates a community for newbies and vets alike. Gina DeLuca is a 32-year-old Chicago-based writer and live lit performe…

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BWW TV: Watch a Sneak Peek of GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY on Broadway!

The music of Bob Dylan is coming to Broadway this February with Girl from the North Country- the soaring masterwork about the dreams we keep close, the people we hold dear, and the place we…

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Audra McDonald to Be Honored at 35th Annual Artios Awards; Annaleigh Ashford, Tony Shalhoub and More to Present

The Casting Society of America has announced the presenters for the 35th Annual Artios Awards at ceremonies in Los Angeles, New York, and London on Thursday, January 30.

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Barbara Jordan's story takes center stage in Voice of Good Hope by Sheri Flanders

City Lit's docudrama captures some of the “moral muck” facing the south's first Black Congresswoman. Clocking in at 95 minutes, City Lit's production of Voic…

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Watch the Trailer for Ben Platt-Led Thriller Run This Town, to Be Released on Twitter by Ryan McPhee

The drama also stars Broadway alums Jennifer Ehle and Damian Lewis.

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‘It’s taught me to be brave’: Katie Arnstein brings her play Sticky Door to the VAULT Festival by Kirsty Herrington

Katie Arnstein is an award-winning writer and performer. Her latest play, Stick Door, the final part of her It’s a Girl! trilogy, will be performed at the VAULT Festival next month. I caug…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

See Lesli Margherita, Richard Kind, and More Pay Tribute to Mel Brooks at Feinstein's/54 Below by Nathan Skethway

The tribute, hosted by Kind, also featured The Prom's Angie Schworer, Brad Oscar, Lee Roy Reams, Jelani Remy, the Skivvies, and more.

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The Tasters pictures dystopia—with a gourmet twist by Dan Jakes

Political prisoners swallow their pride (and maybe some poison) in Rivendell's world premiere. The gulags in Meghan Brown's world-premiere dystopian fable, The T…

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Check Out Production Photos of Sex/Crime at London’s Soho Theatre by Marc J. Franklin

Alexis Gregory’s dark comic queer thriller opened January 22.

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Rose Valley Theatre Group debuts with Sunday Evening by Jack Helbig

Bulgarian playwright Zachary Karabashliev's ddrama shows promise, but falters. Bulgarian playwright Zachary Karabashliev's 2008 play, about two entwined dysfunct…

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Sierra Boggess and More to Perform at JAMIE DEROY & FRIENDS Cabaret Show at Birdland to Benefit The Actors Fund

Seven-time Tony® Award-winning producer Jamie deRoy will bring her acclaimed Jamie deRoy & friends cabaret show to New York's famed Birdland, Sunday, February 16, at 5:30 p.m.

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London Theatre News Today: Thursday 23 January by Hira Desai

In today's roundup, we've got tickets for Samuel Bailey's award-winning Shook and a cast announcement from The Creature: Frankenstein Retold. Check it out! The post London Theatre News Toda…

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VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson & Justin Mikita Are Having a Baby!

On Thursday night's episode of The Late Late Show with James Corden, guest Jesse Tyler Ferguson announced that he and his husband are having a baby!

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NEWS: Cherie – My Struggle gives a Downing Street inside view from Cherie Blair’s perspective by Featured Content

What was Cherie Blair thinking during the New Labour years? Has her contribution to Tony Blair's success ever been fully acknowledged? Cherie - My Struggle provides an intimate look at a rem…

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VIDEO: Sarah Brightman Performs 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' In 1999

The truth is she never left us! Broadway's legendary star and original Christine in The Phantom of the Opera, Sarah Brightman, is performing the classic song 'Don't Cry For Me Argentina' fro…

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Stop Kiss still feels (sadly) current by Dan Jakes

A brutal homophobic assault tests the love between two women in Diana Son's drama. To be queer and in love in a 90s play is a pitiable fate. At best, characters …

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Watch the Trailer for Upcoming Documentary We Are Freestyle Love Supreme by Ruthie Fierberg

The film about the hip-hop improv troupe founded by Lin-Manuel Miranda, Thomas Kail, and Anthony Veneziale premieres at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival.

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Ariana DeBose, Andy Mientus and More to Perform at BROADWAY LOVES SELENA GOMEZ at Feinstein's/54 Below

To celebrate Selena Gomez's triumphant return to the top of the charts, the Broadway Loves series will return to Feinstein's/54 Below on April 27th for a Rare Revival encore performance of B…

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Review: Marathon by Kate Konigisor

Sometimes the smallest venues/shows/casts pack the biggest punch. This was the case on Wednesday, January 15th at Dixon Place with the one-night-only performance of Marathon, a one-act play …

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A slate of great kids entertainment coming to Madison Square Garden by Elyse Trevers

  A simple railroad or subway ride leads you right to Madison Square Garden for top-notch children’s entertainment. Shows are varied with appeal to youngsters and, often, even their paren…

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Pure Lies gives us magic with a touch of malarkey by Catey Sullivan

Trent James lights up Wednesdays at the Chicago Magic Lounge. The intersection of comedy and magic has ballooned since the art form's vaudevillian heyday. Case i…

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London Theatre Review: Cirque du Soleil

In 1984, 20 fire-breathing, stilt-striding performers took to the streets of the colourful Baie-Saint-Paul in Québec City, Canada. The shows they put on there began a journey to bring the…

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Emmy Winner Joe Pantoliano Will Star in World Premiere of Drift Off-Broadway by Andrew Gans

Bobby Moresco will direct the limited engagement at New World Stages.

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EMOJILAND's Josh Lamon Will Host An Exclusive BroadwayWorld Livestream At BroadwayCon!

Get ready because Emojiland's Josh Lamon is going to give BroadwayWorld an exclusive look inside this year's BroadwayCon with a special Facebook livestream! Be sure to head over to BroadwayW…

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One Of New York’s Most Storied Experimental Venues Is Letting Artists Run It For A Year by Artsjournal1

“Performance Space New York [formerly P.S. 122], the historic performance arts nonprofit in Manhattan’s East Village, will shift to a new, artist-run model for 2020. A cohort of NYC-base…

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How Rotten Tomatoes Actually Works by Artsjournal1

A key point that many people don’t realize is that the site does not use any algorithms: each review that goes into a movie’s or TV show’s Tomatometer score is read and evaluated by a …

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Applications now open for an exciting MA Directing degree in Prague! by Artsjournal


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Charlotte Symphony Orchestra seeks President & CEO by Artsjournal

The Charlotte Symphony Orchestra seeks a strategic, business-minded leader with a passion for classical music, high emotional intelligence, and collaborative style to serve as President &a…

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How Two Belgian Avant-Gardists Rebuilt ‘West Side Story’ From Top To Bottom by Artsjournal1

Despite his success with revisionist productions of Tennessee Williams and Arthur Miller plays, Ivo van Hove seemed an unlikely choice to direct a major revival of the Bernstein-Laurents-Son…

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Italy’s Carabinieri Art Squad, Catching Thieves, Looters, And Traffickers For 50 Years by Artsjournal1

The Comando Carabinieri Tutela Patrimonio Culturale was founded in 1969 as the world’s first law enforcement service to specialize in art and cultural heritage. Its agents have worked from…

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Gypsy Rose Lee’s Son Remembers Life On The Road With Mother by Artsjournal1

Erik Lee Preminger (his father was film director Otto Preminger) started traveling with his mother while still an infant, got his first jobs with her show before he was old enough to go to s…

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The Case Of The Non-Review Book Review And What It Says About Us by Artsjournal

Should Jeanine Cummins have written the book? Lauren Groff doesn’t know. Should she have reviewed it? She doesn’t know! “Perhaps this book is an act of cultural imperialism; at the sam…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Go Inside New York Pops Rehearsal to Watch Max von Essen and Laura Michelle Kelly Sing Rodgers & Hammerstein

Get a sneak peek at Tony nominee Max von Essen and Olivier winner Laura Michelle Kelly in rehearsal for the upcoming New York Pops concert Find Your Dream: The Songs of Rodgers and Hammerste…

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Getting Into Character With Wicked’s Hannah Corneau by Marc J. Franklin

The actor, starring as Elphaba in the hit Broadway musical, gives Playbill an inside look at her pre-show routine.

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Cast Set for Anna Moench’s Man of God at Geffen Playhouse by Dan Meyer

The play follows four girls in a Korean Christian youth group traveling to Bangkok who make a startling discovery.

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Audra McDonald to Host Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD Broadcast of Porgy and Bess by Ryan McPhee

The Broadway favorite won her fifth of six Tony Awards for playing Bess on Broadway.

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Ari Graynor, Frank Wood, Gabby Beans, and More Tapped for Emily Feldman World Premiere Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Best We Could (a Family Tragedy) is part of Manhattan Theatre Club’s spring lineup.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge Launches Production Company

Phoebe Waller-Bridge is launching her own production company, Wells Street Films, according to Deadline.

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DRIFT Starring Joe Pantoliano and Directed by Bobby Moresco Will Have its World Premiere at New World Stages in February

DRIFT a?" a new American drama written by William Francis Hoffman (Cal in Camo), directed by Academy Award® winner Bobby Moresco (Crash, Million Dollar Baby) and starring Emmy® winner Joe …

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A thriller that will have the audience asking: Did she or didn’t she? by Natalie Pompilio

The world was a very different place in 1997 when Chris Bohjalian published MIDWIVES, the first of his best-selling novels. The action unfolds in a sparsely-populated state before cellular p…

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17 Minutes by Mark Dundas Wood

The play succeeds in large part because it begins in the aftermath of a school shooting. There are a few bits of dialogue describing the terror of the incident itself, but there is no onstag…

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BroadwayWorld Launches Its 'Which Broadway Show Are You' Instagram Filter!

We're not a regular theatre site, we're a cool theatre site! Today BroadwayWorld is pleased to announce we've created an Instagram Story filter! Head over to our Instagram to try out the fil…

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Umrao Jaan Ada's tale of courtesans and toxic men makes an unempowering musical by Ammar Kalia

The Bollywood hit has been remade for the stage. Its tunes are beautiful but this is a missed opportunity to reimagine an antiquated story Even by the standards of Bollywood sagas, Umrao Jaa…

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BWW TV: Watch Broadway Walk the Red Carpet on Opening Night of GRAND HORIZONS-Live at 5:45pm!

Tune in tonight at 5:45pm to watch LIVE as Broadway walks the red carpet at the Hayes Theatre!

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Review: The Co-op, White Bear Theatre by Anna Perry

Review: The Co-op, White Bear Theatre 3.0stars Day-drinking, bickering and playacting their dream roles, three charmingly ambitious yet painfully insecure ‘nobodies’ run their dysfunctio…

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Review: Candy, King’s Head Theatre by Grace Patrick

Review: Candy, King's Head Theatre 3.0stars Strangely, this play is at its strongest during the times when it’s completely off topic. Despite focusing on the experiences of a young man fal…

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Review: Smoke Weed Eat Pussy Everyday, Camden People’s Theatre by Nina Cave

Review: Smoke Weed Eat Pussy Everyday, Camden People's Theatre 5.0stars There she lies on the mattress, snuggled in a thin blanket, holding herself tight. It’s silent and dark and through …

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Review: Four Play, Above the Stag Theatre by Joana Brito

Review: Four Play, Above the Stag Theatre 3.0stars ‘There are so many ways to be in a relationship in 2020’ says Jake Brunger, the playwright of Four Play on the play’s programme inter…

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Review: Street Scene, Opera North by Shamima Noor

Review: Street Scene, Opera North5.0starsStreet Scene is a rollicking, powerful production which kicks off Opera North’s first season of 2020. Kurt Weill’s opera is truly a fusion of gen…

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Gypsy and Roma theatremakers urge industry to address their representation on stage and screen by Georgia Snow

Theatremakers from Gypsy, Roma and Traveller backgrounds have called on the industry to address their underrepresentation and challenge stereotypical portrayals of their

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Future of Edinburgh festivals at risk because of hard Brexit – MSP Gordon MacDonald by Matthew Hemley

The future of Edinburgh’s festivals is under threat from the government’s “current obsession with a hard Brexit”, according to MSP Gordon MacDonald.

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VIDEO: Ali Stroker, Beanie Feldstein & Aly Raisman Talk Being AerieREAL Role Models on TODAY

On Thursday's episode of TODAY, Olympic gold medalist Aly Raisman, Tony-winning actress Ali Stroker, and actress Beanie Feldstein sit down with Maria Shriver and Sheinelle Jones to talk abo…

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What is recouping on Broadway anyway? Part II.

Last week, I published the results of some research I did into the recoupment % of new Broadway musicals over the last half a decade. The conclusion was that the % of those musicals that are…

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Getting a hometown kick out of ‘Kinky Boots’ by John Harding

Sizzle sells, or as Kinky Boots proved on Broadway in 2013, “The Sex Is In the Heel.”   Why was the musical named Kinky Boots? Maybe Fetish Footwear didn’t have quite the same kick. …

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‘If you see one Off-West End show, make it this one’: RAGS – Park Theatre ★★★★★ by Luca Molinari

Directed by Bronagh Lagan, Rags embraces the true wonders of theatre, bringing to light the compelling story of some Jewish immigrants attempting to integrate into American society of the 19…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Pittsburgh Public feeds the need for 'Little Shop of Horrors' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The cult classic musical that’s having a coast-to-coast moment opens at the O’Reilly Theater this weekend.

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The Original "Mean Girls" Movie Musical? These Teenagers Posted a TikTok of Them Slashing My Tires by Broadway Beat

by Zach Raffio. @zachraffio. LOS ANGELES - Tina Fey, writer of the 2004 hit film Mean Girls and its Broadway adaptation, announced today that she plans to adapt the beloved musical for the s…

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The Original "Mean Girls" Movie Musical? These Teenagers Posted a TikTok of Them Slashing My Tires by Broadway Beat

by Zach Raffio. @zachraffio. LOS ANGELES - Tina Fey, writer of the 2004 hit film Mean Girls and its Broadway adaptation, announced today that she plans to ad...

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Six Angels Singing the ‘Blues’ by Kelundra Smith

The Harlem-set “Blues for an Alabama Sky” finally arrives in New York, with a juicy role that has attracted African-American actresses across the country.

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Ben Platt, Debbie Allen, Cyndi Lauper, More to Perform Fame Song at the 2020 Grammy Awards by Andrew Gans

The artists will take part in a salute to executive producer Ken Ehrlich.

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Check Out the New Trailer for To All the Boys Sequel With Lana Condor, Jordan Fisher, and More by Olivia Clement

See upcoming Dear Evan Hansen Fisher star in the second trailer for the soon-to-be-released Netflix original.

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Emojiland Musical Extends Off-Broadway by Dan Meyer

The new comedy stars Lesli Margherita, Ann Harada, Max Crumm, and Josh Lamon.

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Thunder Rock by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

It is not difficult to see what attracted Metropolitan Playhouse to Ardrey’s drama: its message that one cannot shut one’s self off from the problems of the world as the America First mo…

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Channing Tatum Attached to Star and Produce Disney's Long-Gestating Bob the Musical by Dan Meyer

The movie musical, in the works for over a decade, will follow a man who wakes up to find himself hearing everyone’s inner thoughts through song.

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Channing Tatum Attached to Star In and Produce Disney's Long-Gestating Bob the Musical by Dan Meyer

The movie musical, in the works for over a decade, will follow a man who wakes up to find himself hearing everyone’s inner thoughts through song.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Best new London theatre — Maxine Peake in The Welkin, Beckett triple bill, The Sunset Limited

Lucy Kirkwood brings 18th-century women into focus; Trevor Nunn directs Beckett; Cormac McCarthy’s life-or-death debate

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REVIEW: Sex/Crime, Soho Theatre London ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Sex/Crime a new play Alexis Gregory now playing at Soho Theatre. This post REVIEW: Sex/Crime, Soho Theatre London ✭✭✭✭ first appeared on Britis…

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, January 23, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Photo Coverage: Janelle McDermoth Gives Sneak Peek of WE'RE GONNA DIE

Second Stage Theater will soon present WE'RE GONNA DIE, a show performed by Janelle McDermoth (A Bronx Tale), will be part of the company's current 41st season. WE'RE GONNA DIE is written by…

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My Name is Lucy Barton ***** by Barry Gordin

By: Isa Goldberg January 23, 2019: Laura Linney, truly an elixir of stage chemistry, commands a full 90-minutes of storytelling in the Manhattan Theatre Club’s production, My Name is…

Linked From theaterlife at 09:42AM

Ben Platt Joins GRAMMYs Performance of 'I Sing The Body Electric' from FAME

In keeping with the tradition of presenting signature 'GRAMMY® Moments,' the Recording Academy® has announced two special segments to take place on the 62nd Annual GRAMMY Awards®. The …

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Samuel Bailey’s Shook to Transfer to West End by Andrew Gans

Performances will begin in April at Trafalgar Studios.

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Peeping Tom: Child review at Barbican Theatre, London – ‘hugely inventive and mercilessly bleak’ by Anna Winter

The final instalment of Belgian dance theatre company Peeping Tom’s neurotically fraught family-based trilogy, Child (Kind) is the most daringly dark of

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7 amazing Bay Area things to do this weekend, Jan. 24-26 by Randy McMullen, Jackie Burrell

Got you weekend plans? We have some nifty ideas, from Chinatown adventures to great music and blasting klingons.

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VIDEO: Get a First Look at WE ARE FREESTYLE LOVE SUPREME Documentary

As BroadwayWorld previously announced, Freestyle Love Supreme will be the subject of a new documentary premiering at Sundance, titled We Are Freestyle Love Supreme. Get a first look at the d…

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Faces of ITS: Luis Avalos by Anna Hastings

Iowa Thespian urges getting out of your comfort zone The post Faces of ITS: Luis Avalos appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Peeping Tom: Child (Kind), review – A peculiar and gruesome look at childhood by  zoë Anderson,  zoë Anderson

As strange as it is insightful, the Belgian physical theatre company's latest production is a dangerous treat

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Photo Flash: Emmy Raver-Lampman, Solea Pfeiffer, and More in Rehearsal For GUN & POWDER at Signature Theatre

Solea Pfeiffer and Emmy Raver-Lampman star as the Clarke sisters, Mary and Martha, in Signature Theatre's world premiere production of Gun & Powder with book and lyrics by Angelica Chér…

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In ‘Dance Nation,’ a teen competitive dance team (portrayed by adults) invites us into the secret world of tweendom by Brendan Kiley

The 13-year-old girls (and one boy) of Clare Barron’s “Dance Nation,” produced by Washington Ensemble Theatre, live and sometimes nearly die for competitive dance. And there’s nothin…

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‘Smart & funny two hander’: SEX/CRIME – Soho Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Alexis Gregory’s script for Sex/Crime takes an uncomfortable glance at our obsession with serial killers, sexual violence and 21st century homosexuality.

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Existence and Persistence by Robert Mello, Frankie Mulinix

By Robert Mello, Frankie Mulinix. Frankie Mulinix speaks with Rob Mello, owner of Atlanta’s Rob Mello Studios, about the city’s artistic spaces, governmental and organizational support, …

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: See Jordan Fisher & Holland Taylor in the New Trailer for TO ALL THE BOYS: P.S. I STILL LOVE YOU

Netflix has released the final trailer for its highly-anticipated sequel TO ALL THE BOYS: P.S. I STILL LOVE YOU, releasing globally on Netflix February 12, 2020.

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Detroit Symphony Chooses Its Next Music Director (It Was Love At First Sight) by Artsjournal1

Jader Bignamini’s first performances with the DSO were unexpected: in 2018, due to cardiac surgery, outgoing music director Leonard Slatkin had to cancel the final concerts of his tenure w…

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Sasha Waltz And Johannes Öhman To Leave Staatsballett Berlin by Artsjournal1

“According to a company press release [about the two artistic directors], Öhman is leaving to accept a directorship at Swedish contemporary dance presenter Dansens Hus. Waltz” — whose…

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  by Ron Fassler   Scott Organ’s new play 17 Minutes is the latest drama offered by the Barrow Group, one of New York City (if not the country’s) most exceptional producing entities. L…

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Broadway On A Budget: 5 Ways To Get Discounted Tickets by Gianluca Russo

We here at Theatre Nerds can hardly contain our anticipation as this season’s new musicals come rolling onto the Great White Way! It’s sure to be a remarkable and memorable season on Bro…

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Samuel Bailey's Shook play to transfer to Trafalgar Studios

It has been confirmed that Shook will transfer to the West End this Spring after receiving its world premiere at the Southwark Playhouse last year. Papatango Prize-winning play by Samuel …

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Terry Jones, actor, writer and director, 1942-2020

The versatile Monty Python star who sided with the underdog

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Michael D. Xavier, Emma Williams & Peter Polycarpou reunite for 10th anniversary concert of Love Story

It’s hard to believe but a decade has passed since Stephen Clark and Howard Goodall’s musical adaptation of Erich Segal’s novel Love Story premiered at Chichester Festival Theatre befo…

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Review: City's dynamo cast powers up bleak 'Downstairs' by Christopher Rawson

The Theresa Rebeck play at the South Side theater sounds the alarm on one family’s dysfunction.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, January 23, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

“Blue” to Play the Apollo, Mandy Gonzalez Reveals Breast Cancer Diagnosis, “Karate Kid” Musical Eyeing Broadway, Rachel Tucker to Join “CFA” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, M…

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MUSICAL OF THE MONTH: Applause: The Cast by JK

This week, let's take a look at the people who were in the Musical of the Month - the multiple Tony nominated company of Applause. Among them are once and future TV and movie stars, legends …

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The Welkin review – Maxine Peake leads Lucy Kirkwood's jury of matrons by Arifa Akbar

Lyttelton, LondonTwelve bickering, bantering women must determine an accused murderer’s pregnancy claim in this admirable drama The Welkin is a courtroom drama that sets itself up as a wi…

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NEWS: Shakespeare’s Globe announces its summer season 2020 by Press Releases

Shakespeare’s Globe’s summer season 2020 will include Shakespeare’s Romeo & Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night and Antony & Cleopatra.

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Disabled actor Athena Stevens: ‘I have to crawl to the stage because of fringe venue’s lack of access’ by Ruth Comerford

Disabled actor and writer Athena Stevens has revealed how she has to crawl to the stage at a major London fringe venue

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Cameron Mackintosh to tackle lack of diversity in long-running musicals with dedicated workshop by Giverny Masso

Cameron Mackintosh has moved to address the number of minority ethnic actors appearing in musical theatre productions, amid pressure from South Asian

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NEWS: Tamasha playwright Cheryl Ndione brings tale of self-discovery Apple to Vault Festival by Featured Content

Darkly comic tale of a woman's journey to uncover her roots and understand who she is, Cheryl Ndione's Apple will run at the VAULT Festival next month. Book you tickets now!

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Obituary: Terry Jones – Writer, director and actor who with Monty Python reshaped the course of British comedy by Michael Quinn

Terry Jones was first among equals in the era-defining ensemble that launched Monty Python’s Flying Circus on unsuspecting television viewers used to

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ByteDance moves step closer to launching music service

Chinese owner of video app TikTok signs licensing deal with independent record labels

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‘Delicate but delicious’: YOU STUPID DARKNESS! – Southwark Playhouse by Ian Foster

With its focus on the small things, Sam Steiner’s play You Stupid Darkness! is a delicate but delicious thing at the Southwark Playhouse.

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Almanac: Ambrose Bierce on the future by Terry Teachout

“FUTURE, n. That period of time in which our affairs prosper, our friends are true and our happiness is assured.” Ambrose Bierce, The Devil’s Dictionary

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Vienna’s Ambitious Burgtheater Tours the Ruins of Europe by A.j. Goldmann

Under a new artistic director, this season at Austria’s main playhouse includes 30 premieres, ranging from classical dramas to brand-new works.

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Child review – scary scenes of untethered imagination by Sanjoy Roy

Barbican, LondonThis third part of Peeping Tom’s trilogy surreally explores the innocence and danger of childhood, but it’s definitely not for kids Having already graced the London inter…

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Star Trek: Picard — Patrick Stewart makes it slow with leisurely return on Amazon Prime

The Next Generation star still has gravitas but the new series takes a while to get off-planet

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Review: Hamlet: Rotten States, The Hope Theatre by Olivia Kiely

Review: Hamlet: Rotten States, The Hope Theatre 2.0stars Christmas has been and gone and I thought the same could be said for panto season. Yet, tonight I discover that my aforementioned pre…

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Review: Fix, The Pleasance Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Fix, The Pleasance Theatre3.0starsA broken washing machine in an old house, somewhere in the woods, an older woman with secrets and a repairman with a seemingly easy task. That is th…

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Yale exhibit depicts the horrifying aftermath of a black man’s lynching by Susan Dunne

Exhibit at Yale University Art Gallery in New Haven remembers the now-lost 1952 mural by John Wilson, "The Incident," which depicts the aftermath of a lynching by the Ku Klux Klan.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Bits and Pieces – Barbara Bleier and Austin Pendleton at Pangea by Jk Clarke

          By JK Clarke   Upon introducing their evening of songs Tuesday night at Pangea, Barbara Bleier and Austin Pendleton explained they called the performance—which played every…

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The Welkin review at the National Theatre, London – ‘ambitious, gripping and richly textured’ by Natasha Tripney

Lucy Kirkwood is a writer who continually tests and stretches herself, shifting from workplace satire to butcher-shop dystopia to an intense promenade

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The Chase's Paul Sinha: 'I’m going for laughs in bleak places' by Brian Logan

The gameshow star and former GP on how he wrote his ‘career best’ standup material after getting married – and being diagnosed with Parkinson’s ‘You don’t expect the most eventfu…

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Wake Up With BWW 1/23: GRAND HORIZONS Officially Opens Tonight, and More!

Today's top stories: Grand Horizons officially opens tonight, and more!

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‘Delights & inspires in equal measure’: EVERYBODY’S TALKING ABOUT JAMIE – West End ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Everybody’s Talking About Jamie is a show which delights and inspires in equal measure and is sure to retain its spot in theatre lovers’ hearts for the foreseeable future.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

BWW TV: Watch Sara Bareilles and Gavin Creel Chat About Their Upcoming WAITRESS West End Shows!

From 27 January, the WAITRESS diner has some not-so newbies joining the team! Sara Bareilles, who wrote the music and lyrics for the show is making her West End debut as Jenna, while Oliv…

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FEATURED SHOW: ★★★★ reviews are in for the premiere of Janice Okoh’s new history play The Gift by Featured Content

Janice Okoh's "enthralling" new Black British history play The Gift has premiered to a tranche of ★★★★ reviews at Coventry's Belgrade Theatre at the start of a UK-wide tour. We've ro…

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Scripted dialogue meets improv at 'Flanagan's Wake' by Daniel Neman | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

‘Flanagan’s Wake” is the type of show that opens and never closes.

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Family Drama Ensues: Grand Horizons, Starring Jane Alexander, Michael Urie & More, Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Bess Wohl's Broadway-debut play Grand Horizons officially opens at the Helen Hayes Theatre on January 23. Tony nominee Leigh Silverman directs the production of Second Stage, which began pr…

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Goddesses of Jazz at The Paris Cat by Peter J Snee

Maude Davey and Ruth Katerelos are back at the Paris Cat with their Goddesses of Jazz show. Join local performers

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Liam O’Dell: Access to theatre is a lottery for deaf people – it’s time to see more from venues by Liam O'Dell

Access to theatre for a deaf person like me is a lottery: an enjoyable night in the auditorium is down to chance

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Blair Underwood, Lesli Margherita, and More Star in Our Top Faves This Week

The long-delayed Broadway debut of a Pulitzer Prize winner from 1981 is among our highlights.

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Adelaide Festival Centre rings in Chinese New Year with cultural events by Peter J Snee

Adelaide Festival Centre is celebrating Chinese New Year in style with a chamber music concert and international theatre performance among

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Richard Jordan: Cynthia Erivo’s success shows that in theatre you never know what’s around the corner by Richard Jordan

Six years ago, British actor Cynthia Erivo was starring in I Can’t Sing! at the London Palladium. The comedy musical based on

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The Welkin, National Theatre review - women's labour is a pain by Aleks.sierz

Maxine Peake struggles to make the voice of reason heard in feminist history play History plays should perform a delicate balancing act: they have to tell us something worth knowing about th…

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The Coffee Club goes ‘Ogre’ the top with major VIP prize by Peter J Snee

Australia’s largest home-grown café group, The Coffee Club, has launched its latest family-friendly promotion, turning stores and menus Shrek-themed and

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“Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis” at The Park Theatre by Aleks Sierz

The 1990s were a great decade for new writing, but although the story of those years is often told as the rise and rise of in-yer-face playwrights — such as Philip Ridley, Anthony Neilson,…

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Thursday, January 23, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Recent Listening In Brief: Yelena Eckemoff by Artsjournal1

Yelena Eckemoff, Nocturnal Animals (L&H Productions)Russian-born pianist and composer Eckemoff, long a New York resident, collaborates with a superb rhythm section of Scandinavian musici…

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Nowhere on the Border by Lara Altunian

The post Nowhere on the Border appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Comcast takes aim at CNN with NBC-Sky global news channel

US group seeks long-elusive recognition for its brands in rare bet on profit-thin sector

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Off-Broadway Premiere of Romeo & Bernadette: A Musical Tale of Verona and Brooklyn Opens January 23 by Andrew Gans

Justin Ross Cohen directs the Mark Saltzman musical.

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Bess Wohl's Grand Horizons Opens on Broadway January 23 by Olivia Clement

Leigh Silverman directs the new play, starring James Cromwell, Jane Alexander, and more.

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5th Annual BroadwayCon Kicks Off January 24 With 3 Days of Broadway Fan Fever by Ruthie Fierberg

From show panels featuring Beetlejuice and Moulin Rouge! to interviews with Donna McKechnie to autograph signings, and more, don’t miss the ultimate behind-the-scenes convention.

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Why 'A Soldier's Play' Belongs on Broadway - Tony-winning director Kenny Leon on his new production of the Pulitzer-winning drama

Tony-winning director Kenny Leon on his new production of the Pulitzer-winning drama---Director Kenny Leon didn't see Negro Ensemble Company's original mounting of A Soldier's Play in 1981, …

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