Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

The Confession of Howard McGillin by Leonard Jacobs

It's not just actor-playwright Charles Busch offering a revelatory exercise in camp along Off-Broadway right now. Watch his co-star. The post The Confession of Howard McGillin appeared first…

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Caissie Levy and Patti Murin Let It Go as They Say Farewell to Frozen

The cold might not bother them, but saying goodbye sure does.

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The New “West Side Story” is a Convoluted Mess if You Don’t Know Better, “60 Minutes” and CBS’s Bill Whitaker Did an Accurate Report by Roger Friedman

Tonight, CBS’s Bill Whitaker did an excellent report on the mess that is Ivo von Hove’s “West Side Story.” The musical revival

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How a City executive’s story came to the big screen

The impact of childhood sexual abuse on an outwardly successful man forms the plot of ‘Sulphur and White’

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Portrait of Monash: the ties that bind by Arts Review

In celebration of their 30th anniversary, Monash Gallery of Art (MGA) has commissioned four leading Australian artists to explore the City of Monash by responding to key issues facing the co…

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Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream by Sean McLoughlin

A magical journey into Disney’s Smash Hits to tour Australia Winter 2020. Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream is

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Stew by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

In making her professional stage debut courtesy of Page 73, Zora Howard has written a powerful kitchen sink drama in 'Stew," as much about making a literal stew as about the emotional stew t…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

The Importance of Being Earnest by Arts Review

In 2006, when David Woods and Jon Haynes first brought Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest to Melbourne, Malthouse Theatre audiences fell out of their seats in laughter. Now, the…

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Torch the Place by Arts Review

Natalie, Toby, and Teresa, want their Mum to tidy her house. She doesn’t seem to throw anything away and things are piling up. With the help of Teresa’s husband, Paul, the kids stage an …

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Adam by Arts Review

Written by acclaimed playwright, Francis Poet, Adam is based on the true story of Egyptian trans man Adam Kashmiry. We follow him through his struggles not only with his own identity, but al…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

The Secret Garden review – grunts and gags in lush retelling by Mark Fisher

Byre theatre, St AndrewsThis imaginative adaptation of Frances Hodgson Burnett’s gothic fable amps up the physical storytelling with comic results When my daughter was very young she devel…

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MIDWIVES Will Conclude Limited Engagement Today At George Street Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

New York Times bestselling author Chris Bohjalian's world premiere stage adaptation of his novel MIDWIVES will conclude its acclaimed limited run today (Sunday) at George Street Playhouse's …

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BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE & SONGS by Peter Filichia

The first words that we hear come courtesy of an onstage Band Leader. “It’s 1969.” Those who didn’t know that...Continue Reading The post BOB & CAROL & TED & ALICE & …

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People You Should Know . . . Paul Schwartz by Zack Calhoon

Paul Schwartz is a writer, director and composer. His work is in the field of dramatic story-telling in all its forms, and encompasses projects in film, theatre, opera and dance. He is a mem…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

New Bob Marley Musical GET UP, STAND UP is Headed to the West End in 2021

A new Bob Marley musical is headed to London's West End in 2021!

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ONCE WERE BROTHERS: ROBBIE ROBERTSON AND THE BAND (dir. Daniel Roher): Film review by Christopher Munden

It's the classic story of bands across eras and genres, but this is the story of The Band.

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The Newest Iteration of a Bob Marley Musical by Devi Lockwood

“Get Up, Stand Up! The Bob Marley Story” will premiere at the Lyric Theatre in London’s West End next year.

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Shoshana Bean and Simon Burke prepare for their Secret Broadway performance by Gabi Bergman

A new cabaret series from HOTA, Secret Broadway takes its inspiration from the award-winning book ‘The Secret Life of the American Musical:

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YoungArts—Scholars in the Arts nominees announced by Pauline Adamek

National YoungArts Foundation (YoungArts) has announced the nominees for the 2020 U.S. Presidential Scholars in the Arts, one of the nation’s highest honors for high school students who…

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The Sabbath Girl: A Cute but Clichéd Cross-Cultural Rom-Com by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★ Cary Gitter’s comedy centers on an Italian-American woman and an Orthodox Jewish knish maker in New York City The post The Sabbath Girl: A Cute but Clichéd Cross-Cultural Rom-Co…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

The Sabbath Girl: Bagels and Knishes, With Spicy Mustard by Steven Suskin

★★ Orthodox Boy meets Italian girl, loses girl, gets girl… The post The Sabbath Girl: Bagels and Knishes, With Spicy Mustard appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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2020 Shakespeare Monologue & Scene Contest names finalists by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The finals will be held Monday, Feb. 17, at the O’Reilly Theater, home of Pittsburgh Public Theater.

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Arts and creativity can revitalise regional tourism and support local economies by Arts Review

New research released by the Australia Council for the Arts shows arts experiences are a key driver for tourism, particularly to regional Australia. Domestic Arts Tourism: Connecting the Cou…

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When Plays Explore Trauma, Performers Bear The Brunt Of The Pain by Artsjournal2

Especially during fringe festivals, playwrights are often performers, and because of the pressure of budget and time, they’re exploring their own experiences and pain. “Rawness can make …

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Making Sense Of Through Tiny Nuggets Of Narrative by Artsjournal2

Tropes actually help us all make sense of the world (so writers, calm down; even trying to go against tropes is a trope of its own). Take a famous narrative of the late 1990s and early 2000s…

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Living At The Intersection Of Dance, Social Media, And Teenage Life by Artsjournal2

Who profits when a 14-year-old Black teenager creates a dance and shares it – and it goes viral? Not she.”TikTok, one of the biggest video apps in the world, has become synonymous with d…

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Elizabeth Cullinan, Who Helped Redefine Irish American Literature, Has Died At 86 by Artsjournal2

Cullinan was hired as a typist at The New Yorker when she was 22, but soon the magazine started publishing her stories as well. “Ms. Cullinan helped redefine Irish-American literature, vee…

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Let’s Talk About This ‘Classical’ Architecture Thing, Strongmen, And Fascism by Artsjournal2

Dear United States, this isn’t new – but it is alarming. “For centuries, autocrats, authoritarians, and dictators have held a fascination with using architecture as a political tool to…

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David Byrne’s ‘American Utopia’ Will Return to Broadway Next Fall by Michael Paulson

The theatrical concert has been a critical and commercial success. A film version by Spike Lee is also on the way.

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Making Art So Big It Can’t Be Ignored by Artsjournal2

Jordan Casteel paints portraits – huge portraits. And that means something to her subjects. “‘I knew I wanted to use this opportunity to place my mom and I in the art historical canon,…

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Hollywood darling Rita Wilson to make Sydney Opera House debut by Peter J Snee

Hollywood darling Rita Wilson will make her Sydney Opera House debut at the Utzon Room on Saturday 7 March 2020.

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Wajatta launches new album at NHM First Fridays by Pauline Adamek

Wajatta is the musical duo of beat-boxer/comedian/musician Reggie Watts and electronic music artist/DJ/producer John Tejada. The guys’ second single of their second album is out, and…

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In Full Bloom: Transcending Gender by Pauline Adamek

In Full Bloom: Transcending Gender is a documentary that follows the courageous journey of thirteen transgender and two gay actors as they transform their lives through the use of monologue…

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60 Minutes Goes Behind the Scenes of Broadway’s New West Side Story by Ruthie Fierberg

CBS shares unprecedented access to the production, filming its rehearsals and interviewing its creators, on the February 16 installation of the long-running news show.

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‘David Byrne’s American Utopia’ will return to Broadway next season by Caitlin Huston

“David Byrne’s American Utopia” will return to Broadway in September 2020, the show’s producers announced Sunday. The show, which ends its engagement at the Hudson Theatre Sunday, wi…

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David Byrne’s American Utopia Will Return to Broadway September 2020 by Ruthie Fierberg

The smash limited engagement closes February 16—for now.

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David Byrne's AMERICAN UTOPIA Will Return to Broadway This Fall

David Byrne's American Utopia is headed back to Broadway this fall!

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This Week on Broadway for February 16, 2020: Hamlet @ St. Ann’s Warehouse by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk about Romeo & Bernadette to transfer, 54 Sings Lovesong @ 54 Below, Spring Awakening @ Round House Theatre, Seesaw @ Theatre Ro…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

The Best Audition Song Suggestions for 9 to 5 the Musical by Performerstuff

The Best Audition Song Suggestions for 9 to 5 the Musical Written by Tiffany Wilkie February 15, 2020 Hey, Y’all! Are you auditioning for the glorious and fun hit musical, 9 to 5, so…

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VOCA PEOPLE Sydney by Sean McLoughlin

AussieTheatre has ONE double pass to giveaway for Voca People at the State Theatre Sydney on Friday 1st May at

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

ICA presents Karen Olivier’s ‘Everything That’s Alive Moves’ by Gary L. Day

Karen Olivier’s epic exhibition at ICA looks at monuments: what they mean, and what they could mean. Gary Day reviews.

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‘TJ Loves Sally 4 Ever’ Review: It’s No Valentine by Laura Collins-Hughes

James Ijames’s satire reconsiders a story that reaches back to our shared past, with an eye toward demolishing it in favor of a better future.

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Review: ‘Happy Birthday Doug.’ Here’s a Vodka Stinger. by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Drew Droege’s solo show is a laugh-out-loud funny social sendup, but it doesn’t add up to more than a series of vignettes.

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

William Katt and “The Greatest American Hero” by Trav S.D.

The Dynamite cover below prompts the present memory of the tv show The Greatest American Hero (1981-83) which we post on the birthday of its star William Katt (b. 1951). Katt is the son of t…

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The Print Center presents its 94th Annual International Competition winners by Pamela J.  Forsythe

The Print Center’s yearly competition draws hundreds of entries from around the world, bringing photography and printmaking beyond traditional practice. Pam Forsythe reviews.

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See the Cast of Broadway’s Company Meet the Press by Marc J. Franklin

The gender-swapped production, starring Katrina Lenk, begins performances at the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre March 2.

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On This Week's Elaine Paige on Sunday, A Review of Betty Blue Eyes by Michael Appler

Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show, Elaine Paige on Sunday. This week, Elaine Paige reviews a production of Betty B…

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DANCE CAPTAIN DANCE ATTACK: Ben is Rollin' with TINA's Leandra Ellis-Gaston!

In this latest episode, Ben is rollin' on the river with the choreography of Tina and the help of Leandra Ellis-Gaston. Can you keep up?

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Sara Bareilles Reveals The Ingredients For WAITRESS Hit 'She Used To Be Mine'

Sara Bareilles is currently making her West End debut in WAITRESS, playing Jenna alongside Gavin Creel as Dr. Pomatter. On the show's Twitter account, Bareilles revealed some of the 'ingredi…

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The Academy Might Not Honor These Black Actresses, But Alfre Woodard Sure Will by Artsjournal2

Woodard invites Academy Award nominees from past and present – and, she says, “those who, in a perfect world, should have been.” She also says the Oscars don’t have an impact on good…

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New Banksy In Bristol Vandalized Almost As Soon As It Appears by Artsjournal2

Yikes: “A picture shared on social media showed ‘BCC wankers’ scrawled across the artwork, which shows a young girl firing a slingshot filled with flowers.” – The Guardian (UK)

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So ‘Parasite’ Won A Lot Of Oscars. What Happens Next? by Artsjournal2

Will Parasite‘s best picture win goose more international fare from the big studios – as opposed simply to Netflix – or will it only help both Bong Joon-ho and then other films that se…

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Lynn Cohen, Magda Of ‘Sex And The City’ Fame, Has Died At 86 by Artsjournal2

Cohen was a veteran stage and screen actor who found extra fame late in life as Miranda Hobbes (Cynthia Nixon)’s housekeeper and nanny on Sex and the City (and both movies). “On Broadway…

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After Robert Massey Has One Year As CEO, The Louisville Orchestra Moves Him On by Artsjournal2

Massey claims the separation of ways was a mutual decision and adds that “the job was not what he expected when he came to Louisville a year ago from Florida, where he had been the presid…

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Some Writers Are ‘Secretly’ Working With Fired Agents by Artsjournal2

And the Writers Guild is ready to crack down on their wayward members. The WGA president wrote, “‘For any writers breaking the rules there must and will be accountability.’ He added: …

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The New York Public Library Is Turning 125, And Here Are Its 125 Most Favorite Books by Artsjournal2

“The list is full of classics, of course, but it’s also got a few refreshing surprises in there.” – LitHub

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Think Fan Fic Is New? by Artsjournal2

Nope. Take a look at this Gulliver’s Travels (yes, Gulliver’s Travels) fanfic. “In the 18th century, as now, fan fiction was usually more explicitly sexual than its source material.”…

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Sheldon Theatre (Red Wing MN) seeks Executive & Artistic Director by Artsjournal

Seeking a visionary leader to advance the Sheldon’s mission to entertain, educate, and enlighten the community and its visitors through the transformative power of the performing arts in t…

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A.E. Hotchner, Writer And Co-Founder Of Newman’s Own, Has Died At 102 by Artsjournal2

Hotchner was “a novelist, playwright, biographer, literary bon vivant and philanthropist whose life was shaped and colored by close friendships with two extraordinarily gifted and well-kno…

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Can The Worldwide Vinyl Boom Recover From The Apollo Factory Fire? by Artsjournal2

A billion dollar industry dependent on one factory in California? That’s physical manufacturing, so perhaps not. The factory, where 75 percent of the world’s blank lacquers were made, bu…

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Checking In On (What’s Left Of) This Professional Writers Organization by Artsjournal2

After massive fallout from accusations of racism and pandering to a small (possibly racist) publisher, Nora Roberts weighing in on the homophobia of the organization, Twitter-led discoveries…

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Nedda Casei, Mezzo-Soprano Who Became A Labor Leader, Has Died At 87 by Artsjournal2

Casei “in the 1960s and ’70s could be reliably heard as Suzuki, Maddalena, Lola and other bread-and-butter mezzo-soprano characters at the Metropolitan Opera before transforming hersel…

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Two Men Broke Into A London Bookshop Intending To Rob It, But Then They Found The Prosecco by Artsjournal2

They found no cash, but there was alcohol. “Front and back windows at Gay’s the Word, which became the UK’s first gay bookshop when it was opened in 1979 and which featured in the fil…

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Review: New Horizon reveals toll on families through risks of one Freedom Rider by Christopher Rawson

Ordinary lives are made extraordinary by the events of “Too Heavy for Your Pocket,” at the Falk School in Oakland.

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Theatre Review: ‘The Hobbit’ at Children’s Theatre of Annapolis by Laura Tayman

Heading into the Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA) play “The Hobbit,” I wondered how young children could possibly portray and deliver the complexities of the characters of J.R.R. …

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

BWW TV Exclusive: Watch Danielle Steers Perform The Title Track From Her Debut Album!

SIX and BAT OUT OF HELL star Danielle Steers has announced the release of her debut album - and BroadwayWorld has an exclusive sneak peek of Steers performing a song from it in the video b…

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Review: Big Bones, VAULT Festival by Alexandra Wilbraham

Review: Big Bones, VAULT Festival 5.0stars Ladies and gentlemen, boys and girls, gather round and take your seats. Welcome to the Big Top Circus where many a freak of nature awaits to leave …

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Review: SPLINTERED, VAULT Festival by Alice Flynn

Review: SPLINTERED, VAULT Festival5.0stars“Carnival is gay as shit!” grins the MC of Lagahoo’s glittering cabaret of Caribbean queerness. SPLINTERED, which comes to the VAULT Festival …

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Hamlet **** by Barry Gordin

Hamlet: Dane in Pain By: JK Clarke February 16, 2020: There's a moment in the Gate Theatre of Dublin's production of Hamlet (at St. Ann's Warehouse in Brooklyn through March 8) when …

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Happy Birthday Doug by Darryl Reilly

Mr. Droege’s sharp and well-observed writing renders each of these familiar figures with biting depth, achieving grand mini-portraiture. Though preoccupied with comedy, an undercurrent of …

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Beckett’s Existential Happy Days Gifts Triumphant Performance by Bill Hirschman

Thinking Cap Theatre’s stunning production of Beckett’s Happy Days, offers an unmitigated triumph of a performance by Karen Stephens expertly molded by Nicole Stodard, but to say this ab…

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‘Moving & sympathetic portrayal of a complex man’: CHAPLIN: BIRTH OF A TRAMP – Brockley Jack Studio Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Chaplin: Birth of a Tramp is a sensitive and interesting take on Chaplin, looking at the artist behind the art and continues to showcase Arrows and Traps as a innovative company.

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

‘Jagged Little Pill’ matinee cancelled after pepper spray deployed by Caitlin Huston

The matinee performance of “Jagged Little Pill” was cancelled Saturday after an audience member’s pepper spray went off during the show, according to a press representative for the pro…

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Jamie deRoy & friends by Barry Gordin

Jamie deRoy & friends returns to Birdland benefitting The Actors Fund: Jamie deRoy & friends Cabaret Intitiative February 17, 2020: Photos: Maryann Lopinto Click Here for More

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SNATCHERS (dir. Benji Kleiman & Stephen Cedars): Film review by Dan Scully

SNATCHERS is the next in a current wave of splatterfests with a social conscience, and it’s a top-tier entry.

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The Rollicking, Scandalous Real Life of Irish Theatre’s Lady G by Olivia Clement

Off-Broadway’s Lady G: Plays and Whisperings of Lady Gregory unearths the fascinating story of the turn-of-the-20th century ”rockstar” and leader of Irish theatre.

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)


Perhaps in our art there exists only one correct path—the line of the intuition of feelings! And out of it grow unconsciously the outer and inner images, their form, the idea and the techn…

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Original FROZEN Stars Caissie Levy and Patti Murin Bid Farewell to Arendelle Today

Original stars of Frozen, Caissie Levy and Patti Murin, play their final performance as Elsa and Anna tonight, February 16.

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AMERICAN UTOPIA Ends Broadway Run Tonight

David Byrne's American Utopia plays its final Broadway performance tonight, February 16. Its limited run officially opened at the Hudson Theatre on October 20.

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‘It’s funny & sad all at the same time’: NETFLIX & CHILL – Drayton Arms Theatre by The Family Stage

Netflix & Chill is a truly thought-provoking play which shines a spotlight on the taboo topic of male mental health.

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

5 Ways To Be Your Own Best Boss by Victoria Cairl

I used to spend lots of time trying to please my boss. I would constantly want to make them proud. I would overthink their emails, strive… Continue reading on Medium »

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Saturday’s Matinee Of ‘Jagged Little Pill’ Evacuated After A Pepper Spray Incident by Artsjournal2

It’s not clear who sprayed the irritant, or what it was, exactly. “Two people were treated at the scene for breathing difficulties following the 4:15 p.m. incident at the Broadhurst Thea…

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BWW Review: J2 Spotlight Musical Theater Company Commences Premiere Season With SEESAW

Back in the days before multiple workshops and lengthy regional runs, the geniuses of musical theatre often had to work miracles during of-of-town previews to quickly revise and rewrite sure…

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Marsha Warfield is Back by Trav S.D.

A celebration today of Marsha Warfield (b. 1954). A comedian from Chicago’s South Side, Warfield’s first major credit was as a cast member and writer on The Richard Pryor Show (1977). S…

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NEWS: New play Little Wing, taking its title from guitarist Jimi Hendrix, premieres at Brockley Jack by Featured Content

Little Wing, a new play by French actress, singer and director Juliette Quenin which takes its title from Jimi Hendrix's 1967 song of the same title, premieres this spring in London. Time to…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

4 Ways CBD Oil Can Help To Become a Better Actor by Smalley Bogg

CBD oil can improve the way you look and make you shine

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Moulin Rouge audition dates announced by Peter J Snee

Set in Montmartre Quarter of Paris, France, at the turn of the century, a world of indulgent beauty and unparalleled

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Barbara Remington, Illustrator Of Classic Lord Of The Rings Covers, Has Died At 90 by Artsjournal2

Remington famously hadn’t read the books when she created the covers, leading to missteps including lions on the original cover. “While working as a freelance illustrator, she also did w…

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‘Pitch perfect’: FAR AWAY – Donmar Warehouse by Tom Bolton

Caryl Churchill wrote Far Away in 2000 and, 20 years on, it feels more current by the moment.

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Love, lechery & a legume: Who's bringing Broadway fairytale Once Upon a Mattress to life?

Have you seen who's starring in the new production of Mary Rodgers’ rarely seen, 1959 Broadway fairy-tale Once Upon a Mattress? Love, lechery, a legume... and a ten-strong cast of #StageFa…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

TV tonight: ‘Outlander’ renews the sexual chemistry by Chuck Barney

Also, 'American Idol' returns and the NBA All-Star Game hoops it up

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VIDEO & PHOTOS: Pilot Theatre’s Crongton Knights cast are on a beatbox adventure by Featured Content

What an adventure! As rave reviews start rolling in for the new beatbox-infused adaptation of Alex Wheatle's award-winning 2016 Young Adults' novel Crongton Knights, we're loving the colourf…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

On my radar: Rafe Spall’s cultural highlights by Killian Fox

The actor on the resilience of Lemn Sissay, Amy Schumer’s sidesplitting comedy and a fish stew to die for Rafe Spall was born in Camberwell, south London, in March 1983. He joined the Nati…

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The week in theatre: Leopoldstadt; Death of England; Far Away – review by Susannah Clapp

Wyndham’s; Dorfman; Donmar Warehouse, LondonTom Stoppard explores his Jewish heritage in what may be his final play; Rafe Spall delivers a career-changing study in rage; and Caryl Churchil…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Petar Miloshevski’s Remarkable Solo – Being Beautiful, Passionate, in Love by Ivanka Apostolova Baskar

An interview with Petar Miloshevski – A London-based actor, performer, theatre artist. Petar Miloshevski was born in Bitola, Macedonia, educated in Sofia and London, and is professionally …

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REVIEW: Musik, Leicester Square Theatre, London ✭✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Frances Barber in Musik by Pet Shop Boys and Jonathan Harvey now playing at Leicester Square Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: Musik, Leicester Square T…

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The Ballad of Johnny Longstaff review – an extraordinary portrait of a working-class hero by Clare Brennan

Northern Stage, Newcastle upon TyneSet against the upheaval of world events, music from folk trio the Young’uns and animation combine to tell the story of the young anti-fascist activist …

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Nora: A Doll’s House review – Stef Smith’s powerful three-Nora rewrite by Holly Williams

Young Vic, LondonStef Smith’s smart three-Nora Ibsen update spans 100 years and cleverly contrasting worlds of pain in this slick first revival It’s often said that Nora’s slam of the …

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam by Arts Review

Every once in a while, a production comes along that is so wholesome lay faultless, that I am left lost for words. Jesus Wants Me For A Sunbeam is one such play. Dealing with themes of loss …

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Stef Smith’s “Nora: A Doll’s House” at the Young Vic by Mert Dilek

A woman walks into her home. Then does another. And another. Stef Smith’s Nora: A Doll’s House is not merely an adaptation of Ibsen’s 1879 play. It is three adaptations superimposed on…

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02/29/20 – Sally Morgan @ DTM by David Sabella

Sally Morgan Sally Rides Again! Don’t Tell Mama Saturday, 2/29 @ 7pm For a raucous good time come to Don’t Tell Mama on February 29th – Leap Day, 2020 – at 7pm! Sally Morgan rides th…

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Sunday, February 16, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Cheyenne Jackson UK concert debut 28 June at Cadogan Hall by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Cheyenne Jackson, the Grammy-nominated stage, television and film actor will make his UK concert debut at Cadogan Hall, London on 28th June 2020. This post Cheyenne Jackson U…

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British colonialism and its legacy are reassessed in a new podcast series

The stories told in We Need to Talk About the British Empire are brutal and frequently upsetting

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Caissie Levy and Patti Murin End Run in Broadway’s Frozen February 16 by Andrew Gans

Also leaving Arendelle February 16: Joe Carroll and Chad Burris.

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Jamie deRoy & Friends Welcomes Sierra Boggess, Rick Crom, Well-Strung, and More February 16 by Andrew Gans

The evening at Birdland benefits The Actors Fund.

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David Byrne's American Utopia Ends on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The hit theatrical concert plays its final performance at the Hudson Theatre February 16.

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