Monday, March 30, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Interviewing Crystal Field, Artistic Director or Theater for the New City by Marcina Zaccaria

Life cannot exist without art.  That is something that is hard to get into people’s heads, because they say ‘I have to eat.  I have to pay the rent.  I have to be warm in the Winter a…

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The Mechanics of Crafting Transitions by Vikram Phukan

For ensemble pieces in theatre, where actors never once leave the stage, what becomes all-important are the transitions between scenes — how the action, settings and mood segue in transfor…

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Opera Star David Daniels Fired From University of Michigan Over Sexual Assault Charges

On Thursday, The University of Michigan fired renowned countertenor and vocal professor, David Daniels, following 2019 sexual assault charges brought against the singer and his husband, …

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Melbourne Fringe announces revised dates for 2020 festival by Peter J Snee

Melbourne Fringe Festival CEO and Artistic Director, Simon Abrahams, gave the following update today. Turns out there are some things

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#54BelowatHome Series Adds Joe Iconis, Melissa Errico, Alice Ripley and Emily Skinner, and More!

Feinstein's/54 Below has added shows to #54BelowatHome, a series of streamed performances to provide theater fans everywhere with artistic content from their favorite artists.

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Pre-Broadway 1776 and More Postponed at Center Theatre Group

Center Theatre Group has announced the postponement of several upcoming productions.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Biennale of Sydney announces first online programming by Arts Review

The Biennale of Sydney has announced initial details of how it is taking the 22nd edition online through a series of activations and experiences. From Monday 6 April 2020, online programming…

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Call Answered: Kate Drummond: From Elementary School Teacher to Actress + "Utopia Falls" & "Ghostwriter" by Adam Rothenberg

From elementary school teacher to actress, Kate Drummond’s story inspired me. Taking a career leap, like Kate did, later in life is something I can relate to. Like Kate, I recently left my…

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2020 Helpmann Awards Cancelled by Arts Review

Live Performance Australia (LPA) has announced the annual Helpmann Awards will not be presented in 2020. The decision to cancel this year’s presentation is in response to the COVID-19 publ…

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, March 31, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

City Center Cancels Encores! & Off-Center Seasons, NYTW’s “Three Sisters” Postponed, TONS of Recommendations “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitt…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

LA STAGE Chat: Building a strong digital foundation by Mark Doerr

On Wednesday, March 25th at 2pm, Mark Doerr, our Director of Information Technology, hosted an LA STAGE Chat discussing how to build a strong digital foundation. The post LA STAGE Chat: Buil…

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Dramatists Play Service Launches DPS ON AIR With John Cameron Mitchell and More!

Dramatists Play Service announced today the launch of its social media channel, 'DPS On Air,' a Playwrights in Performance channel on IGTV and YouTube in response to COVID-19 theater closure…

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Dance at home with Broadway Dance Center by Admin

During this uncertain time, Broadway Dance Center (BDC) is busily working on ways to keep its students engaged and inspired while they’re unable to physically go into the studio. In an eff…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Recapping Smash 2.03: Steam Heat by Mark Peikert

Ivy moves on, Julia proves she knows about sex, and Jimmy scowls. Yes, it's Season 2 of Smash!

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NETS Victoria announces new leadership structure and new online program by Arts Review

A new leadership structure has been adopted by NETS Victoria with two new advisory committees being appointed with a focus on the Artistic Program and Fundraising. Penny Teale has been elect…

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Manhattan Theatre Club has announced the cancellation of its spring season, including Qui Nguyen's Poor Yella Rednecks and Emily Feldman's The Best We Could (a family tragedy).

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VIDEO: Watch a TAXI Reunion on STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live Now!

Stars in The House continues tonight (8pm) with the cast of Taxi: Judd Hirsch, Danny DeVito, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd, Carol Kane.

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2020 Helpmann Awards cancelled by Gabi Bergman

Live Performance Australia (LPA) has today announced with deep regret the annual Helpmann Awards will not be presented in 2020.

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Tony Winner Kelli O'Hara Reveals What Being in Quarantine Has Taught Her About the World, and Herself by Michael Appler

Even Tony winners and Broadway legends have bills to pay. “I realized, I can’t make a living at all, unless I have people,” Tony-winning soprano Kelli O’Hara said on #LiveAtFive: …

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'Go Crazy': Watch Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. Perform His Hit Single from Home by Michael Appler

Leslie Odom Jr., the original and Tony-winning Aaron Burr of Hamilton, is going crazy—though not why you'd think so. Odom's so-named new song, featured on his recent album Mr., dropp…

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Manhattan Theatre Club Cancels Both Spring 2020 Off-Broadway Productions by Andy Lefkowitz

Manhattan Theatre Club has canceled the previously announced springtime stagings of Qui Nguyen's Poor Yella Rednecks and Emily Feldman's The Best We Could (a family tragedy) due to the CO…

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The Cast of Taxi Reunites on Stars in the House Live Stream, Benefiting The Actors Fund by Andrew Gans

The daily benefit series, created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, offers mini concerts and conversations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Young Performers From Broadway and Beyond Come Together for LYRICS FOR LIFE Virtual Concert

Lyrics for Life is a concert series that has been seen in New York City and Los Angeles since 2014, featuring young talent from Broadway, TV, film, London's West End, award-winning dancers,…

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VIDEO: The Lopez Family Sings The Beatles' 'Let It Be'

Academy Award-winning songwriters, Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez, hit social media today with their children to show off some more impressive four-part harmony on The Beatles class…

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Bushnell 2020-21 season to include ‘Hadestown,’ ‘Mean Girls,’ the return of ‘Hamilton’ and more by Christopher Arnott

The Bushnell has announced a 2020-2021 that features multi-week bookings of two blockbusters, "Hamilton" and "Wicked," plus the recent Broadway offerings "Hadestown," "Mean Girls," "Pretty W…

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‘Dishing with Julia Child’ premieres on WHYY by Gail Obenreder

Today’s top culinary stars view a past master on PBS’s ‘Dishing with Julia Child.’ Gail Obenreder reviews.

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Broadway Rewind: It's Just Another Day on Opening Night of NEXT TO NORMAL Off-Broadway!

BroadwayWorld's own Richard Ridge said of this 2009 episode of Broadway Rewind, 'I loved looking back at the musical Next to Normal and realizing the impact it has had on the musical theatr…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

The British are Coming! National Theatre at Home by Matthew Wexler

The National Theatre will release a new production each Thursday on YouTube, which will be accessible for free streaming for seven days. The post The British are Coming! National Theatre at…

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We Can Rebuild, But Why? by Artsjournal

Merely stabilizing the economy, or preventing the absolute worst of all possible worlds, will not be enough. In a short few weeks, the COVID-19 recession has made painfully clear our profoun…

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How A Magazine Of Debate Influenced Our Culture by Artsjournal

For many who wrote for the magazine, attended its monthly discussion lunches or simply subscribed, involvement with Encounter was to take sides in an historic struggle in which the Anglo-Ame…

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Placido Domingo Hospitalized In Mexico With COVID by Artsjournal

In a press statement, a spokesperson for the opera singer reported that he is in stable condition but will remain the hospital for “as long as the doctors find it necessary until a hoped-f…

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VIDEO: John Leguizamo and the Cast of KISS MY AZTEC! Sing 'The Social Distancing Song'

John Leguizamo and Joel Perez, and the cast of La Jolla Playhouse's Kiss My Aztec! have posted a video of them performing 'The Social Distancing Song.'

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VIDEO: Jessica Vosk Sings Sara Bareilles' 'Orpheus'

Jessica Vosk took to Instagram to post a video of herself singing 'Orpheus' by Sara Bareilles.

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THE FERRYMAN to Have Post-Broadway Premiere at San Francisco Playhouse

Broadway's The Ferryman is among the plays the 2020-2021 Mainstage Season at San Francisco Playhouse.

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A comprehensive list of what not to do as COVID-19 hits Philly by Nick Kupsey

After more than two years of isolation (or is it two weeks?) due to the novel coronavirus, it starts to feel tough to separate fact from fiction. Nick Kupsey is here for you.

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Introducing PLAY OF THE DAY! Today's Play: CAT ON A HOT TIN ROOF By Tennessee Williams

During this time when productions all over the world have been put on pause, we are coming together to celebrate plays that have left their mark on theater history.

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Obituary: John Shrapnel – intelligent and forceful actor, known for his work at the RSC and NT by Michael Quinn

The fiercely intelligent, emotionally concentrated John Shrapnel roamed freely across stage, screen and radio with the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre,

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#BWWPrompts: If You Could Travel Back in Time, Which Broadway Opening Night Would You Attend and Why?

We want to hear from you! We're starting #BwayWorldPrompts, where each day we'll be asking our readers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram questions to spark some theater conversation.

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BWW Exclusive: Allison Frasca Visits TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD on The Broadway Break(down)!

Today, she's continuing the series at the Shubert Theatre to break down To Kill a Mockingbird!

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Reason to believe by Terry Teachout

If you haven’t seen my Facebook posting about Mrs. T, here it is: Dear Friends: I can’t believe I’m posting this message, but…after looking at this morning’s stats, Mrs. T’s doct…

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‘Dispatches from Elsewhere’: Seeing Philadelphia while you’re stuck inside by Stephen Silver

The locally shot 'Dispatches from Elsewhere' has established itself as a first-rate mystery, making better use of Philadelphia locations than any movie or show in memory. Stephen Silver revi…

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COVID-19: More rescheduled and canceled Bay Area events by Jim Harrington, Joan Morris

As the shelter-in-place continues, future dates are announced while other are canceled.

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“Much Ado About Nothing” Streaming from Blackfriars Playhouse by Cordelia Dreisonstok

  At a time when theaters are closed, Blackfriars Playhouse of the American Shakespeare Center in Staunton, Virginia is streaming productions of Shakespeare’s plays. Currently “Much Ado…

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How Beetlejuice, Come From Away, and Frozen Are Livening Up Video Conferences by Andrew Gans

Enjoy your Zoom meetings from the Netherworld, Newfoundland, and Arendelle.

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Southwestern Pa. artists can apply for grants for projects that promote togetherness by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

In this time of social distancing, the ability of the arts to bridge what separates us will be celebrated with three new works.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Watch The RACHEL UNRAVELED Quarantine Special

They're back for one night only! BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you the return of our IndieWire 'Project of the Year' nominated web series Rachel Unraveled for a special episode featurin…

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VIDEO: On This Day, March 30- Idina Menzel Stars In IF/THEN On Broadway

On this day in 2014, Idina Menzel did it all again in the new musical from the Pulitzer Prize-winning duo behind Next to Normal, If/Then.

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John Cariani to Teach Free Online Playwriting Class Tomorrow

Tuesday, March 31st at 4pm Eastern, Broadway Teachers Workshop continues its series of free 30-minute inspirational online classes with John Cariani, author of Almost, Maine, one of the most…

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Sunny Showtunes: Shake and Shimmy with HAIRSPRAY's 'You Can't Stop the Beat'

Try not to get worried and join us for a few minutes each day to hear the people sing, put on a happy face, and remember that the sun will come out tomorrow...and all that jazz.

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VIDEO: John Keating and Ciaran O'Reilly Perform a Scene From JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK

In celebration of Sean O'Casey's 140th Birthday, John Keating, as Joxer Daly, and Ciaran O'Reilly, as 'Captain' Jack Boyle, perform a scene From O'Casey's JUNO AND THE PAYCOCK for #TheShowMu…

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Nicole Makos Announced as Recipient of The Andrew A. Isen Prize at Goodspeed Musicals

Goodspeed Musicals has announced that Nicole Makos has been selected as this year's recipient of The Andrew A. Isen Prize at Goodspeed Musicals. This award is funded through a generous gift …

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VIDEO: Watch a TAXI Reunion on STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live at 8pm!

Stars in The House continues tonight (8pm) with the cast of Taxi: Judd Hirsch, Danny DeVito, Marilu Henner, Tony Danza, Christopher Lloyd, Carol Kane.

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Andrew Barth Feldman, Lilli Cooper and More Featured on Theatre Podcast DRAMA.

Sit down with resident dramatics and twin brothers, Connor MacDowell & Dylan MacDowell on their podcast, DRAMA. Listen as they explore theatre, entertainment, pop culture, and the vibran…

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A New Book from the Award-Winning Songwriters of DEAR EVAN HANSEN

Fans of the hit Broadway musical Dear Evan Hansen can now bring home the show's anthem 'You Will Be Found' in book form!

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Playbill Listening: L.A. Theatre Works's 2012 Recording of Terrence McNally's Lips Together, Teeth Apart by Olivia Clement

The recording, starring Kristen Johnston, Steven Weber, Missy Yager, and Hugo Armstrong, will be available for free through April.

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As Theaters Stare Down Uncertainty, Ars Nova Buys Itself Time by Laura Collins-Hughes

In committing to paying its people during a three-month shutdown, the theater gives itself breathing room to prepare for when it can open again.

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One Art Form That Can Survive The Pandemic: Radio Productions by Artsjournal2

At least, once the show has caught up to where people are. “The BBC has revealed that its long-running BBC Radio 4 soap The Archers will have its first coronavirus-related storyline in ear…

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When Your Book About Getting Through Hard Times Comes Out In The Middle Of A Pandemic by Artsjournal2

Carmen Esposito’s Save Yourself was meant to be released on a book tour that saw the comedian and podcaster performing in cities across the country. But then, COVID-19. In the book, she wr…

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Arts Critics Reflect On Their Lives Before Social Isolation by Artsjournal2

The Observer‘s theatre critic, for instance: “‘I am a big believer in walking as writing (or vice versa),’ she says. ‘If I get stuck, I charge around the square and often find a se…

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Is This A Craft Renaissance? by Artsjournal2

People in Britain – perhaps spurred on by Brexit fears, or perhaps it’s just a cyclical thing, this “return to traditional craft” – are learning everything from vase painting to ma…

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Sarasota Ballet Will Support Its Dancers Through The Original End Of The Season by Artsjournal2

The ballet says that, “We also recognized that while many of our dancers have made their homes here in Sarasota, and others would be able to easily return to their home states/countries, m…

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The Producers Of Dystopian Fiction Are Thinking Again by Artsjournal2

But it’s a complex consideration: “‘You do feel guilty about putting these anxieties in people’s minds,’ said Bruce Miller, the creator and showrunner of Hulu’s adaptation of Th…

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In Europe, Cinema Production Has Been Thrown Into Utter Crisis by Artsjournal2

Even before COVID-19 shut down production completely, three historic companies were in trouble – deep in debt to creditors, troubled by streaming, etc. Then seven feature films in Paris al…

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How Can Visual Artists Survive? by Artsjournal2

Museums are silent, and the Tate Modern’s 20th anniversary celebration has gone mute. But the small galleries and artists of Britain are in much more dire circumstances. Says one close obs…

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As The UK Public Saw What Was Coming, Book Buying Soared by Artsjournal2

Even as government officials seemed a bit cavalier about it all – talking about herd immunity, for instance – people sensed that a shutdown was coming. “Sales of fiction rose by a thir…

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Can Community Radio Survive With Its Unique Sound Intact? by Artsjournal2

Sure, they’re still as quirky and gap-filling as ever, except for one rather large problem. WFMU Jersey City’s station manager: “This is the situation that so many broadcasters dream o…

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A Choir Practice That Turned Deadly by Artsjournal2

Sixty singers showed up in early March for a 2.5-hour choir practice. Now, three weeks later, “45 have been diagnosed with COVID-19 or ill with the symptoms, at least three have been hospi…

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Who Gets The Credit – And Money – For An Artist’s Quick Rise? by Artsjournal2

A lesson in not making desperate promises, perhaps: “When Derek Fordjour was a little-known art student at Hunter College, before Michael Ovitz and Beyoncé began collecting his work, be…

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Why We Should Bail Out Classical Music by Artsjournal

Matthew Walther: “If it is worth bailing out restaurants and bars and other places where people congregate together for merriment and diversion, we must not neglect those institutions in w…

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Memes Belong In Museums by Artsjournal2

Think about the doge meme, for instance. “This meme is iconic, woah heritage, such icon.” (But for real: Memes show the power of photography and creativity, and the top memes deserve to …

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Musician Sues Pension Fund For Risky Investments And Wins $28 Million Settlement by Artsjournal

Thursday’s settlement deal in a case brought by a onetime Philadelphia area saxophonist against a $2 billion musicians’ pension fund shows that the trustees who ratify advisers’ and ou…

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Thieves Steal Van Gogh From Museum Closed Because Of Virus by Artsjournal

The Singer Laren museum, just outside the Dutch capital city of Amsterdam, said van Gogh’s “The Parsonage Garden at Nuenen in Spring” was stolen in an overnight raid. The painting — …

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Jennifer Schantz Is New Director Of The NY Public Library’s Performing Arts Collection by Artsjournal

Schantz, 51, currently the executive vice president and chief operating officer at the New-York Historical Society, will take up the position in May. She succeeds Jacqueline Davis, who has l…

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Vital Film Hub Shuts Down With Layoffs At Film At Lincoln Center by Artsjournal

Film at Lincoln Center announced massive internal upheaval on Friday. A longtime hub of film culture in New York City with an influential reach around the country, the organization furloughe…

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Awareness: Our Digital Selves Are Our Real Selves by Artsjournal

It would be easy to dismiss the rise of “social distance socializing” as a product of pure necessity, a stopgap until we are, hopefully, able to safely congregate in person again. But th…

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When will we come back and WHAT will come back.

It has officially been two weeks since the “social distancing guidelines” set by the Federal Government went into effect, and if one thing is clear from the confusing chatter coming from…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Video Roundup March 30: Annaleigh Ashford Shares Bloopers, Leslie Odom Jr. Talks Breakfast, Jagged Little Pill's Elizabeth Stanley Sings, More by Dan Meyer

Stage celebrities are making the most of social distancing in light of the COVID-19 crisis.

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BWW Exclusive: Daily #MobilityMinute with Mark Fisher Fitness Trainer Harold Gibbons- 1/2-Kneeling Position

If you're working from home, it's probably safe to assume that you're not moving that much throughout the day, right? If you're sitting a lot, working from a 1/2-Kneeling Position can help y…

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VIDEO: Ethan Slater and ASSASSINS Cast Members Rehearse Virtually

Ethan Slater took to Instagram to post a video of himself and his fellow cast members rehearsing for their currently on-pause production of Assassins.

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VIDEO: Watch Lindsay Mendez Sing 'Pretty Funny' From DOGFIGHT as Part of #54BelowatHome Series

Following a postponement of programming due to the virus developments, Feinstein's/54 Below has opened its vaults and launched a series of streamed performances to provide theater fans every…

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Living Room Concerts: Susan Egan Sings CABARET, Well, Kind Of...

Today we've got Broadway's original Belle, Susan Egan, singing a Cabaret parody!

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Broadway Veteran Jeb Brown, (Spiderman, Beautiful) sings 'By Your Side' in the fifth episode of Douglas Lyons and Ethan D. Pakchar's 'Beau Quarantined Concerts'. Beau tells the story of musi…

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David Schramm, Blustery Comic Foil in ‘Wings,’ Dies at 73 by Neil Genzlinger

Though known from his TV role, he did much of his work on the stage, starting as an original Acting Company member.

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ALL ARTS Streams 9 Ballet Performances and More in Wake of Shutdowns by Ruthie Fierberg

The streaming platform from WNET offers performances from the Czech National Ballet, Balanchine’s repertoire, and more.

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RSC organises ‘watch along’ for streaming Twelfth Night by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon The Royal Shakespeare Company  (RSC) is to invite people to a live “watch along” of its 2017 production of Twelfth Night when it premieres on streaming service Marquee TV…

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Katie's Closet by Two River Theater

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Suzan-Lori Parks Live Streams Her Work Sessions From Home Beginning March 30 by Olivia Clement

Traditionally hosted in The Public's lobby, the performance piece (and work session) will be streamed via HowlRound.

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MOVING PEOPLE: Jonathan Hollander on Battery Dance Festival, His Connection to India, and What He Misses about Lower Manhattan in the '70s by The Dance Enthusiast

In MOVING PEOPLE: Jonathan Hollander on Battery Dance Festival, His Connection to India, and What He Misses about Lower Manhattan in the '70s, "I lived as an Indian with an Indian family as…

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Curve puts acclaimed football hooligan play online for free by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Leicester’s Curve theatre has made its critically acclaimed production of Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual available online for free. This post Curve puts acclaimed footb…

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Coping With COVID-19 Crisis: Broadway Publicist Keith Sherman Talks Employee Furloughs, Dipping Into Savings And Staying Positive After Testing Positi by Greg Evans

Editors’ Note: With full acknowledgment of the big-picture implications of a pandemic that has already claimed thousands of lives, cratered global economies and closed international borde…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Leslie Odom Jr. Performs His Single 'Go Crazy' From Home

Leslie Odom Jr. was a guest on Monday, March 30's episode of Live with Kelly and Ryan. Joining them via Skype, Odom Jr. performed his single 'Go Crazy' from home!

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The Early Night Show with Joshua Turchin- Virtual Edition (Corona Cabaret) releases a video featuring Broadway, TV and film actors featuring Joshua Turchin (Trevor the Musical, Forbidden Bro…

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The Croft, Original Theatre online review – give me the remote by Aleks.sierz

Original Theatre’s tartan gothic thriller is complex but also a bit overwrought With everyone in lockdown, observing physical if not social distancing, a story about isolation can have a …

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New York City Center Cancels 2020 Encores! Off-Center Season by Andy Lefkowitz

New York City Center has announced the cancellation of its popular summer musical-theater series Encores! Off-Center. The reason for the cancellation is the COVID-19 pandemic, which has re…

Linked From at 02:36PM #LiveatFive Home Edition with Kelli O'Hara by

Broadway favorite Kelli O'Hara checks in with Paul Wontorek, live from her apartment.

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Patrick Page, Lesli Margherita & More Featured on Podcast Recording of New Musical Little Did I Know by Andy Lefkowitz

A musically gifted group of stage stars can be heard on the upcoming original album of the podcast musical Little Did I Know. The recording, which features 22 original songs, is due out b…

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Get a Glimpse at Steven Spielberg's Upcoming West Side Story Movie by Diep Tran

Transport yourself somewhere with these newimages from the upcoming West Side Story film. Directed by Steven Spielberg, West Side Story is based on the musical of the same name (which was r…

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Who's Broadway's Biggest Fan? That's Up to You! Voting for Semi-Finalists Is Now Open by

The Great White Way might be experiencing an extended intermission, but we're still on the lookout for Broadway's biggest fan! Semi-finalist voting for's #BroadwaysBiggestFan co…

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Meet Kathryn Gallagher Who Stars In ‘Jagged Little Pill’ And ‘You’ On Netflix by Jeryl Brunner

Gallagher stars in 'Jagged Little Pill.' The edgy new musical is inspired by the Alanis Morissette album.

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Six Questions Special Edition: Stephen Mosher of Broadway World, Part 2

In these extraordinary and uncertain times of COVID-19, with venues closed and live performance at a halt, NiteLife Exchange is reaching out and covering the effect the crisis is having on p…

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VIDEO: The Barricade Boys With Alfie Boe, Ramin Karimloo & More Perform 'Bring Him Home'

With a heartfelt message to a?oeStay at home and support the NHS so they can bring your loved ones homea??, musical theatre supergroup The Barricade Boys have joined forces with some very sp…

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Lillias White, Jacqueline B. Arnold, Rashidra Scott & More to Sing on Live Stream of KINGS AND QUEENS OF SOUL Concert

Back by popular demand, ANTHONYKEN, LLC. have announced the return of their concert show KINGS AND QUEENS OF SOUL: A TRIBUTE CONCERT TO THE PIONEERS OF SOUL MUSIC which will be shown via LI…

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Music From AMERICANO! Available Online; Portions of Proceeds to go to Marine Corps Scholarship Fund

We all need something positive and uplifting in these anxious times of the Coronavirus, quarantines and 'shelter in place' orders. That is where ¡Americano! The Musical can help with origi…

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VIDEO: Patti Lupone Sings 'Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered' From PAL JOEY in #EncoresArchives Video

New York City Center is presenting the #EncoresArchives series! They will be posting daily highlights from their musical theater vault from Encores!, Encores! Off-Center, and Gala production…

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VIDEO: Dan Finnerty Posts Audition Submission for Role of 'Tiger' in TIGER KING: THE MUSICAL

Dan Finnerty has posted his 'audition submission' for the role of 'Tiger' in Tiger King: The Musical.

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VIDEO: Watch Julie Halston, Charles Busch, Iain Armitage, & Jeffrey Biegel on STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live at 2pm!

Stars in The House continues tonight (8pm) with Julie Halston, Charles Busch, Iain Armitage, & Jeffrey Biegel!

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WATCH: Julie Halston, Charles Busch, Iain Armitage Join Stars in the House Live Stream, Benefiting The Actors Fund by Andrew Gans

The daily benefit series, created by Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley, offers mini concerts and conversations in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic.

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L.A. Theatre Works to Stream LIPS TOGETHER, TEETH APART For Free Through April In Honor of Terrence McNally

L.A. Theatre Works will offer free streaming access to its recording of Lips Together, Teeth Apart from now through the end of April as a posthumous tribute to playwright Terrence McNally, w…

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Spot Christine Baranski in Latex, a Singing John Cameron Mitchell, Audra McDonald, More in The Good Fight Season 4 Trailer by Ryan McPhee

The CBS All Access drama, featuring a slew of theatre favorites, returns in April.

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The Producer’s Perspective LIVE! Episode 7: Steven Sater

Happy one week anniversary! It’s already been a week since we launched The Producer’s Perspective LIVE!, and I hope you’re enjoying them, learning from them, and that they are giving…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: See Christine Baranski & Audra McDonald in THE GOOD FIGHT Season Four Trailer

CBS All Access has shared the trailer for season four of The Good Fight, starring Christine Baranski, Cush Jumbo, Audra McDonald, Sarah Steele, Michael Boatman, Nyambi Nyambi and Delroy Lin…

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VIDEO: Watch Michael Musto and Telly Leung Perform Barbra and Judy's Famous Duet

Michael Musto took to Twitter to share a video of himself and Telly Leung performing the duet made famous by Barbra Streisand and Judy Garland, Happy Days Are Here Again/Get Happy. 

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A new pocket anthology of ‘Sondheim: Lyrics’ to commemorate his 90th birthday by Deb Miller

This month marked the 90th birthday of Broadway icon Stephen Sondheim (b. March 22, 1930, NYC). The milestone in the life of the eight-time Tony award-winning composer and lyricist of the st…

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At Home with David Maiocco by Sue Matsuki

Want to see an amazing post that will make you smile and give you a few minutes of joy? Click on below and watch David Maiocco as Liberace and friend (John DeNofrio). IT’S BRILLIANT! Poste…

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Encores! City Center Cancels Upcoming Productions But Opens Up Its Video Archives On Twitter

Take a look back at some Encores! productions past.

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(Brian Hiatt’s article appeared in Rolling Stone, 3/27; Photo: Rolling Stone.) Bob Dylan, who hasn’t released an original song since 2012’s Tempest, unexpectedly dropped a previously…

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What’s next for DC area theatres in the radically changed environment? Olney panel and programs by Lorraine Treanor

Like many area companies, while performances are closed due to the pandemic, Olney Theatre Center (OTC) has developed programs to deepen their connection with audiences through online platfo…

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‘The Secret Lives of Color’ by Kassia St. Clair by Gail Obenreder

Who knew hues could be so riveting? Gail Obenreder reviews Kassia St. Clair’s colorful book.

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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Adjusts 2020 Season

The theater has also created a flex pass for ticket purchasers.

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Jagged Little Pill World Premiere Rehearsal Room Footage Released

See how the Alanis Morissette musical came together in its pre-Broadway run.

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Stuart Gordon, Chicago Theatre Thriller by American Theatre Editors

Before his fame as a cult horror maestro, he made some of the most memorable and scrappy theatre the Windy City has yet seen.

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Simon Stephens: “When I Think About The Future, I Get Anxious” by A Younger Theatre

We may all be in a Coronavirus-lockdown, but that doesn’t mean the fun has to stop. In a new AYT video series, we are interviewing influential people in the theatre industry and finding ou…

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Natasha Tripney: It’s time to mend the cracks in our society by Natasha Tripney

Theatre is an art form of proximity. A roomful of people all focused on the same thing. This is true even in

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Listening Party: Check Out the Cast Recording of Floyd Collins by Marc J. Franklin

Fun Home Tony Award nominee Beth Malone recommends listening to Adam Guettel and Tina Landau’s 1996 musical.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

Beautiful’s Carly Hughes Finds Her 6 Degrees of Broadway Separation by Roberto Araujo

How does the Chicago and Carole King musical alum connect her Broadway debut to her last show?

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Geva Theatre Center Announces 10-Show Season by American Theatre Editors

The 2020-21 season will also include two festivals showcasing works in development.

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Props for Robert Riskin, Capra’s Collaborator by Trav S.D.

Thanks, friend Jonathan Smith, for making me more aware of screenwriter and producer Robert Riskin (1897-1955). To grapple with the legend of Frank Capra over time is to let a certain amount…

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Act II Playhouse Announces 2020-21 Season Starting in July by American Theatre Editors

The 7-show season will feature a musical tribute, a holiday classic, and a political improv show.

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Watch Patti LuPone Sing 'Bewitched, Bothered and Bewildered' From City Center Encores! Production of Pal Joey by Andrew Gans

The second week of videos, part of the venue's series featuring highlights from New York City Center's Encores!, Encores! Off-Center, and Gala productions, spotlights the work of Rodgers and…

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Obituary: Christopher Stanton – talented character actor with immaculate timing who excelled in panto by Carole Woddis

A talented character actor, Christopher Stanton will be best remembered as the slightly daffy headmaster in the long-running CBBC children’s spy series

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The Daily Distraction: Lauren Bacall Wants Hearts Not Diamonds, and We Want This Song Out of Our Heads by Ryan McPhee

The Tony winner bellows her way through a bizarre Marvin Hamlisch and Tim Rice number in the 1981 thriller The Fan.

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Take a FROZEN Dance Workshop, See What Stars Are in The House Today, and More!

With theaters shut down across the world due to the global health crisis, theater folk are finding ways to bring movement, music and more to you online!

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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Announces Open Air Flexpass and Adjusts 2020 Summer Season

The Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival announced that they have adjusted their 2020 Summer Season in light of the ongoing public health crisis.

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Join the BroadwayWorld Book Club with THE UNTOLD STORIES OF BROADWAY Vol. 1 and Discuss with Jennifer Ashley Tepper-

Book lovers, theater nerds, and anyone looking for a way to (digitally) connect with people outside the walls of your own of your apartment during this time of social distancing need look no…

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The Drama League Announces the Launch of the Ghost Light Campaign, the Directors Emergency Relief Fund & More

The Drama League has announced the launch of the Ghost Light Campaign, the Directors Emergency Relief Fund, and Stage Directors COVID-19 Impact Survey. The Drama League, a home for directo…

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Broadway Songs from Movie Musicals by Broadway Direct

The movie musical genre has been a Hollywood staple ever since they introduced sound to the cinema. Despite the film industry’s radical changes, movie musicals remain a constant that conti…

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The Best Sketch Comedian Online Now by Artsjournal2

Sure, everything’s online now, but some comedians have been doing the work for a much longer time than the last two weeks. They didn’t need to adjust “because they were already there, …

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Watch: The Barricade Boys support the NHS with a special ‘Bring Him Home’ video also starring Alfie Boe, Ramin Karimloo, John Owen-Jones & mor

With a heartfelt message to “Stay at home and support the NHS so they can bring your loved ones home”, musical theatre supergroup The Barricade Boys have joined forces with special guest…

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In this time of social distancing and remaining responsibly indoors, we are all looking for ways to brighten our days and get moving any way we can! In the spirit of celebrating theater and …

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Premiere Date for GENIUS: ARETHA Starring Cynthia Erivo Has Been Postponed

National Geographic's Genius: Aretha, starring Cynthia Erivo has been delayed. According to Variety, the anthology series focusing on Aretha Franklin has been delayed due to coronavirus halt…

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Livestreaming Coping with COVID: Livestreaming for Artists

By . Creative Capital presents Coping with COVID: Livestreaming for Artists livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV network at on Tuesday 31 Ma…

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Coronavirus: His Dark Materials costume makers start initiative to sew scrubs for medics by Giverny Masso

Costume makers behind the TV series His Dark Materials have started an initiative to sew scrubs for medics working to fight Covid-19.

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Van Gogh stolen from museum during shutdown; director ‘unbelievably pissed off’ by Wire Service

"I am shocked and unbelievably pissed off," the museum director said.

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Drama League launches Ghost Light fundraiser for directors by Gillian Russo

The Drama League, the theatrical organization that provides resources for stage directors, announced Monday the launch of multiple relief efforts for directors affected by theater closures a…

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Obituary: Terrence McNally – prolific, multiple Tony-winning playwright and librettist by Michael Quinn

Terrence McNally will be remembered best for his courage in placing the vicissitudes of homosexual life and experience on the mainstream stage,

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Live-streaming: digital may not save theatre but it can help shape the industry after Covid-19 by Katie Hawthorne

Coronavirus has forced venues across the UK to close their doors, with a resultant surge of interest in live-streamed theatre. Katie Hawthorne

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Performer Daniele Alan-Carter: ‘Don’t suppress who you are’ by Ruth Comerford

Singer and performer Daniele Alan-Carter talks to Ruth Comerford about carving out his career as an immigrant in London, and recording bilingual

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ELAINE STRITCH IT, KIDS – we’re STILL HERE!!! Masks4America, Revenge of the Green Dragon, Mind the Gap and more!!! by Fairyprincessdiaries

The Fairy Princess is lapping the crazy pole in four inch heels while she has laundered, cleaned and baked all the things… except bread, which…too many carbs anyway. She has no concept o…

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BWW Exclusive: Ben Rimalower's Broken Records QuaranStreams- My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies

In this episode, Ben and Daniel discuss the 1998 Carnegie Hall concert 'My Favorite Broadway: The Leading Ladies.' The concert was hosted by Julie Andrews and featured Broadway superstars su…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Hampstead Theatre draws on archive to stream plays for free by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Live recordings of three past productions at Hampstead Theatre in London are being released over the coming weeks, available to watch for free. This post Hampstead Theatre dra…

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The Cast of FUN HOME Talks Onstage Mishaps & More on STARS IN THE HOUSE

The Actors Fund has teamed with SiriusXM Broadway host Seth Rudetsky and his husband, producer James Wesley, to produce a daily mini-online show, entitled Stars in The House, featuring st…

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The College Showcase Must Go On (Virtually!) - Part 8

We've been compiling videos from college seniors all around the country for our new daily showcase series. Although their performances were cancelled, the show must go on-- virtually!

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VIDEO: Tune in for Dance/Vocal Tips and Online Education Options from IAMT's Nicholas Cunningham & Andrew Drost- Wednesday at 12pm!

Looking for a way to continue your theatre training throughout your quarantine? We can help!

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Drama League Launches Ghost Light Campaign to Help Directors During COVID-19 Pandemic by Dan Meyer

The organization has also launched a survey to further determine the impact the shutdown has had on the industry.

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NEWS: Hampstead Theatre will stream series of hit productions for free by Press Releases

Hampstead Theatre, in partnership with The Guardian, is going to stream a series of hit productions from its digital archive for free.

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BWW Book Club: Read an Excerpt from UNTOLD STORIES OF BROADWAY: The Richard Rodgers Theatre

BroadwayWorld Book Club is officially off and running! Or should we say, reading! The first BroadwayWorld Book Club selection is Jennifer Ashley Tepper's The Untold Stories of Broadway Volum…

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8 Musicals Move On to Round 2 of the 2020 Broadway Brackets by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Vote now for the Elite Eight musicals!

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Get your West End theatre fix with Lockdown Theatre [Direct]: LTD's new weekly Insta series

#StayHome, #SaveTheatre. SOLT and UK theatres may be closed for now due to the COVID-19 lockdown, but the spirit of the stage lives on! Satisfy your West End cravings with London Theatre…

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Weekly – Richard Skipper Celebrates Blog Talk by Sue Matsuki

RICHARD SKIPPER CELEBRATES BLOG TALK Join Richard Weekly (sometimes more often than that, watch this site for update!) for intimate and informative chats with living legends of our time and …

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Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine and George Salazar!

George Salazar is best known for originating the role of 'Michael Mell' in Be More Chill (coming to the Signature off-Broadway this summer) and for his Drama Desk-nominated performance in …

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New Podcast Musical LITTLE DID I KNOW Will Launch March 31

The new podcast musical LITTLE DID I KNOW from The Audio Drama Initiative, based on the novel by Mitchell Maxwell, will release its first three episodes on Apple Podcasts on Tuesday, March 3…

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Virtual Theatre Today: Monday, March 30- with BroadwayWorld Book Club, Jackie Burns, Michael Feinstein and More!

Broadway might be dark this month, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway today, March 30, 2020.

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Coronavirus: Shakespeare’s Globe announces digital programme for isolation by Georgia Snow

Shakespeare’s Globe has unveiled a programme of work to take place while its building is closed, including a new digital series, free

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The Ensemblist's 2nd Annual Broadway’s Next Class Spotlight by Marc J. Franklin

The popular platform, continuing its series showcasing theatre's unsung heroes, gives Playbill a peek at the next generation of performers slated to hit the Great White Way.

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Podcast Episode 211 – Tony Nominated Producer, Diana DiMenna

Some people camp out for tickets to their favorite shows. Diana DiMenna camps out to produce her favorite shows. That’s right.  When she finds a project she wants to be a part of, she do…

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Podcast Episode 211 – Tony Nominated Producer, Diana DiMenna Some people camp out for tickets to their favorite shows. Diana DiMenna camps out to produce her favorite shows. That’s right.  When she f…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Signature Theatre’s ‘Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes’ now available for streaming by News Desk

Beginning Monday, March 30, 2020, Signature Theatre patrons will have the ability to watch the world premiere production of Easy Women Smoking Loose Cigarettes by DC playwright Dani Stoller …

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VIDEO: Watch Julie Halston, Charles Busch, Iain Armitage, & Jeffrey Biegel on STARS IN THE HOUSE Concert Series with Seth Rudetsky- Live at 2pm!

Stars in The House continues tonight (8pm) with Julie Halston, Charles Busch, Iain Armitage, & Jeffrey Biegel!

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Lesli Margherita, Patrick Page, More Featured in Musical Podcast Little Did I Know by Andrew Gans

Based on Mitchell Maxwell's novel, the musical features 22 songs by Doug Besterman, Dean Pitchford, and Marcy Heisler.

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Coronavirus Delays Premiere of Cynthia Erivo-Led Genius: Aretha by Olivia Clement

The National Geographic series, about the late music legend Aretha Franklin, was set to drop May 25.

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VIDEO: Watch a New Version of Jeremy Jordan Singing 'It's All Coming Back to Me Now'

A video of Jeremy Jordan singing he Céline Dion classic 'It's All Coming Back To Me Now' has been circulating since 2015, and has garnered over 7 million views. Now, Benjamin Rauhala has r…

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Herman Bing: From Circus to Suicide by Trav S.D.

Herman Bing (1889-1947) was one of a slew of popular comical German Hollywood character actors of the first decade of talkies. He made hay while the sun shone, but was unable to cope with th…

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Encores! Artistic Director Jack Viertel Promises LOVE LIFE Will Be Rescheduled

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, City Center cancelled the remainder of its season due to the current health crisis. One production that was cancelled, was Love Life, which was set to r…

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Musicals inspired COVID-19 parodies – watch them online here by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Following the Wicked parody inspired by COVID-19 it would seem that others stuck at home have busy so we've decided to post some of the videos that have been drawn to our att…

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(Richard Brody’s article appeared in the New Yorker, 3/27; Photo Source: Atlas Media via Pam Green.) March 27, 2020 The coronavirus lockdown adds wild emotional lurches to the movie-view…

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Sarasota Ballet Will Continue to Pay Company Members Through Original End of its Season

The Sarasota Ballet has announced that they will continue to pay dancers through the original end of their contracts.

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Look Back at If/Then on Broadway Starring Idina Menzel by Marc J. Franklin

The Tom Kitt and Brian Yorkey musical opened at the Richard Rodgers Theatre March 30, 2014.

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Broadway's Next Class: Kendyl Ito by Angela Tricarico

by Marialena Rago …

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Coronavirus: Theatre by the Lake cancels summer rep season by Georgia Snow

Theatre by the Lake has cancelled its entire summer season of six productions due to coronavirus. The Cumbria theatre closed earlier this

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'Hamilton,' 'Hadestown,' 'Oklahoma!,' new 'Mockingbird' headed to Pittsburgh by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

When curtain goes up, the 2020-21 Broadway in Pittsburgh series features a batch of award-winning productions.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

26 More On Stage Plays and Musicals to Watch From Your Couch by Ruthie Fierberg

From The SpongeBob Musical to Nick Kroll and John Mulaney’s Oh, Hello, from Lincoln Center Theater’s The King & I revival to Audra McDonald in Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar & Grill…

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Just because: Ton Koopman plays Bach by Terry Teachout

Ton Koopman plays Bach’s Chorale Prelude ”Schmücke dich, o liebe Seele,” BWV 654:  (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-related videos that appear in this space each…

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Encores! Cancels Thoroughly Modern Millie and Summer Off-Center Season

New York City Center will go dark through the fall.

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Lou Conte Dance Studio closes after 46 years by Irene Hsiao

Hubbard Street's management blames COVID-19, but Conte and others raise questions. A studio, in its essence, is nothing more than an empty room.…

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, March 30, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Playbill Viewing: Tony Winner Cady Huffman Goes Meta With Cady Did by Mark Peikert

The Producers and The Will Rogers Follies star plays a version of herself in her new YouTube comedy series.

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Video Flashback: Julie Halston Reads a Quote From Charlotte Tilbury

Julie Halston has taken to Facebook to release daily flashback clips from her past performances. Her most recent is a video features Halston reading an eccentric quote from make-up artist C…

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Cal Shakes Cancels Its 2020 Season by Artsjournal2

AD Eric Ting: “This may seem like an extraordinary decision, but taking into account the incredible uncertainty of this moment, the cost of producing a season at the Bruns, of which ticket…

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VIDEO: Jeremy Schonfeld Shares a New Song For the Trying Times

Composer/lyricist and performer Jeremy Schonfeld posted a video to Facebook, of himself playing a new song to help people cope with the trying times.

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What the $2 trillion stimulus means for the arts and artists. Summer canceled too? Hope goes online. #Stageworthy News of the Week by New York Theater

Congress passed, and the president signed, a $2 trillion stimulus deal that includes specific relief for arts organizations and artists, although advocates say not enough. Officially titled …

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Broadway Catch Up: March 30 - WICKED Parody From Gina Naomi Baez and Christina Bianco, and More!

While Broadway remains shut down, BroadwayWorld is keeping up with your favorite stars and giving you a peek at what they have been up to! Check out today's highlights from over the weekend,…

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‘Pulsates with energy, tension & passion’: HENRY V – Cirencester (Online Review) ★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Henry V is a vibrant and insightful production that also reveals the importance of regional theatre in keeping the industry alive.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Broadway's Next Class: Zach Infante by Angela Tricarico

by Angela Tricarico …

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Sydney Dance Company Offers Classes Through Their Virtual Studio

At home? Looking to keep your body moving, your spirits up and your mind at ease? Sydney Dance Company's Virtual Studio is the answer. There's a dance class for everyone, at any experience l…

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Heaven On Their Minds by Walker Dixon

Jesus Christ Superstar tour blends gentle compassion with rock concert The post Heaven On Their Minds appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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VIDEO: Learn Some Dance Moves From Home With Fred Astaire Dance Studios

Fred Astaire Dance Studios are offering free virtual lessons during virus outbreak to keep people moving while practicing social distancing.

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All The Web’s A Stage – New collective plans online show to help artists in hardship by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon A new collective of more than 50 artists and arts professionals are putting on All The Web's Stage - a live online show in aid of those the arts facing hardship. This post All…

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Victoria Hamilton-Barritt to play the evil stepmother in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cinderella

Prominent musical theatre actress Victoria Hamilton-Barritt (The View UpStairs) is set to join the previously announced Carrie Hope Fletcher in the upcoming new musical, Cinderella. The An…

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Ashley Park Has Some Inspiring Words Following the Cancellation of City Center's THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE

As BroadwayWorld previously reported, New York City Center has cancelled its production of Thoroughly Modern Millie, due to the current health crisis.

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Social distancing during the coronavirus outbreak? Art lovers can still check out their favorite local museums and galleries with these virtual tours by Susan Dunne

Keep track of art and history exhibits opening in galleries and museums around Connecticut by local and visiting artists.

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VIDEO: The Original FUN HOME Kids Sing a Tribute to the Heroes of the Health Crisis

The original kids of Fun Home have created a touching tribute to the heroes working during the current health crisis.

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The new promo has dropped for the next episode of Zoey's Extraordinary Playlist!

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Coronavirus: Creative Scotland announces £11 million funding to support arts community by Giverny Masso

Creative Scotland has launched three funding programmes that will provide a total of £11 million of support for people working in the

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Coronavirus: Finborough Theatre warns future is in danger due to ‘huge losses’ by Giverny Masso

London’s Finborough Theatre has warned its future is in danger, as the venue is making a “huge loss” because of its closure

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Work/Life Balance Is Everyone’s Urgent Business Now by American Theatre Editors

As we face the COVID crisis, our field has a chance to restructure itself around human needs. Caregivers can lead the way.

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In Search of a Space to Breathe by American Theatre Editors

Deprived of the relief of going to a job I love, I am forced to face the contradictions of co-parenting with an ex.

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Laughing in the face of lockdown: comedy videos to raise your spirits by Chris Wiegand

Self-isolating comedians are working from home to bring a little light relief to the nation. Here’s a roundup of some of the funniest Warning: contains strong language • See all our coro…

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Broadway Heat: The Company Edition: The Finals!! by JK

Okay, theater fans! Let's think fun, happy thoughts, even for just a few minutes. We insist! So, last week, your Broadway Heat votes eliminated HALF the cast of Company! Now your votes will…

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Debate Rages As To Whether Shows Should Go On by Marc Hershberg

The show continues to go on in some countries, and not everyone is happy about it.

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Almanac: E.M. Forster on courage by Terry Teachout

“Either life entails courage, or it ceases to be life.” E.M. Forster, “The Poetry of C.P. Cavafy” Continue reading Almanac: E.M. Forster on courage at About Last Night.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Coronavirus: ACE allays fears that emergency financial package is ‘sacrificing’ freelances by Matthew Hemley

Arts Council England has moved to allay fears that its recently announced rescue package is likely to lead to “more hardship in

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VIDEO: Helen Mirren Has A Poetic Message For World Leaders

Dame Helen Mirren, who has won Academy, BAFTA, Golden Globe, Olivier and Tony Awards for her portrayal of The Queen, yesterday released a very majestic message on Instagram to world leaders…

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BalletBoyz: Deluxe review – ‘intense, inventive dance triple bill’ by Anna Winter

The ever-engaging BalletBoyz – no strangers to putting their work on the small screen – kick-start Sadler’s Wells’ digital dance output with

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Coronavirus: Hampstead Theatre to share past productions online by Natasha Tripney

Hampstead Theatre has announced that, in collaboration with the Guardian, it will re-release the live-stream recordings of three past productions, including Mike

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Wake Up With BWW 3/30: BEETLEJUICE Cast on STARS IN THE HOUSE, and More!

Today's top stories: watch the cast of Beetlejuice on Seth Rudetsky's Stars in the House, and more!

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

The Show Must Go Online – Shakespeare’s plays read online live by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon The full schedule has been announced for The Show Must Go Online – a project to live-stream readings of all the works of Shakespeare. This post The Show Must Go Online – S…

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Watch the Snowden-inspired thriller Wild by Mike Bartlett – video

Written by Doctor Foster’s Mike Bartlett, the gripping drama Wild, staged at Hampstead theatre in 2016, is now available to watch online until 10pm on Sunday 5 April Michael Billington: th…

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‘Let the debate commence’: BUBBLE – Theatre Uncut (Online Review) by Laura Kressly

Kieran Hurley explores free speech and the nature of online debate in Bubble.

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

The experts’ experts: Observer critics on the cultural voices they trust by Laura Cumming, Mark Kermode, Bidisha, Miranda Sawyer, Susannah Clapp, Kitty Empire, Fiona Maddocks and Rowan Moore

The best new writers, the indispensable books, the go-to websites… our arts writers reveal their sources of insight Continue reading...

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Andrew Miller: Covid-19 gives an insight into what it’s like living with a disability by Andrew Miller

Since the coronavirus crisis began, we’ve seen some extraordinary acts of leadership. The Football Association cancelled all matches ahead of government advice,

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Lyn Gardner: ACE had an impossible choice – divert funds or face catastrophe by Lyn Gardner

Last Tuesday, just 10 days after the shutdown of theatres began due to Covid-19, Arts Council England announced a £160 million emergency

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Elizabeth Newman: Theatre has to re-imagine how we connect to people by Elizabeth Newman

The theatres have shut. It last happened on this scale at the outbreak of the Second World War. And before then? Not

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Lessons in Online Theatremaking from New Paradise Laboratories’ Whit MacLaughlin by Alex Ates, Whit Maclaughlin

By Alex Ates, Whit MacLaughlin. Alex Ates speaks with Whit MacLaughlin—the experimental theatremaker who ventured into the online realm before it became our norm—about the intersection b…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Adelaide Festival 60 Years: 1960 – 2020 by Arts Review

The Adelaide Festival is as much shaped by people and place as it in turn shapes people and place; its identity is a weird and wild shifting thing. It is not owned by one individual, but bel…

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Artists phone in for What A Wonderful World by Arts Review

As a response to the devastation that COVID-19 is having on the arts and entertainment industry, John Foreman’s Aussie Pops Orchestra and friends have “phoned in” an isolation orchestr…

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Monday, March 30, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

City of Sydney to increase support for local business and the community and cultural sectors by Sean McLoughlin

City of Sydney Council to consider $47.5 million support for community, business and creative sectors The City of Sydney Council

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The 37th Annual Green Room Awards to be presented online on Monday April 6th by Gabi Bergman

With the onslaught of COVID-19 and the mass shutdown of public events across Victoria and the country, including the planned

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On the Couch with Mia Heathcote by Arts Review

Who is Mia Heathcote? Mia is a passionate dancer, a creative person and a loving family member and friend. What would you do differently from what you do now? I would try and let go of contr…

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Podcasts to ease the mind in troubled times

The medium has a deep reservoir of feel-good stories

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Financier-turned-composer Anthony Bolton on his first opera

The celebrated stock-picker’s debut work focuses on the life of Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko

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It’s the End of the World as We Know It (And I Feel Fine) — R.E.M.’s 1987 song is suddenly popular again

The track’s stream-of-consciousness lyrics owe a debt to Bob Dylan

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6 Free Performances with Stage Stars to Watch Today, March 30 - See Charles Busch, Julie Halston, Judd Hirsch, Tony Danza and others

With in-person theatre out of commission for the foreseeable future, many performers are sharing their talents online. Below are performances featuring stage stars—including Alvin Aile…

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Moving Body–Moving Image Dance on Screen Festival: Watch Online on April 4, 2020 by The Dance Enthusiast

Moving Body–Moving Image Dance on Screen Festival: Watch Online on April 4, 2020

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5 Broadway Stars Whose Social Media Posts Will Make You Feel Better - These actors will brighten your day with songs, style and Shakespeare

In this strange new world of social distancing, social media has become a lifeline for all of us as we connect with our friends, family and the famous people we love on Twitter and Instagram…

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