Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Ali Stroker Stops By Paper Mill Playhouse's BABBLING BY THE BROOK

Paper Mill Playhouse presents Babbling By the Brook, a weekly special live streaming event hosted by Mark S. Hoebee. This week, Oklahoma! Tony- winner Ali Stroker stops by for a chat.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Arsht Lays Off Staff, Cuts Salaries And Slices Upcoming Season Budget In Half by Bill Hirschman

The Adrienne Arsht Center in Miami, one of the most high profile performing arts venues in the state, is cutting its coming fiscal year’s $42 million budget in half and just laid off, furl…

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Original Broadway Cast of HAMILTON to Host A Twitter Watch Party This Friday!

The pre-show party will begin at 6:30 PM ET/3:30 PM PT followed by the watch party at 7:00 PM ET/4:00 PM PT. Use #HamilFilm to join!

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Call Answered: Kirsten Gustafson: "Wait Until Dark" by Adam Rothenberg

I have just been introduced to the talented Jazz singer Kirsten Gustafson. Her newest album Wait Until Dark has just been released and it is mesmerizing. Kirsten’s vocals are powerful. She…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Happy Hour on the Fringe: Global Pandemics and Art with Smith Memorial Playground by Raina Searles

 During the global coronavirus pandemic, FringeArts is pivoting the focus of our podcast to checking in with our artists, our audiences, and our community partners during these unprecedente…

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The women of Broadway are celebrated in this delightfully illustrated book for kids.

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Happy Hour on the Fringe: Global Pandemics and Art with Philly Improv Theater by Raina Searles

 During the global coronavirus pandemic, FringeArts is pivoting the focus of our podcast to checking in with our artists, our audiences, and our community partners during these unprecedente…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Sydney Opera House presents Let’s Go On With The Show by Sean McLoughlin

An evening of musical theatre in support of the Australian performing arts industry. The Sydney Opera House will host a vibrant

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Andre De Shields, Dominique Morisseau and More Join BLACK THEATRE WEEK from The Black Theatre Network

The Black Theatre Network has announced Black Theatre Week: A Virtual Event.

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DIE, MOMME DIE, Wins Two Virtual Streaming Awards! by Corine Cohen

The brilliant playwright and actor Charles Busch won a special award for DIE, MOMMIE DIE’S ensemble and for Busch and Jennifer Cody”s performance. It was a hilarious streaming event, ple…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

“Hamilton” The Movie Is A Sensation by Artsjournal

For the uninitiated, it remains the cultural event of a troubled season. Disney Plus has reputedly suspended all discounts and free trials ahead of Hamilton’s debut on the streaming servic…

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Despite Multiple Sexual Assault Allegations, Dustin Hoffman Plans Broadway Comeback by Lee Seymour, Senior Contributor, Lee Seymour, Senior Contributor

Assuming Broadway has reopened, Hoffman will anchor Scott Rudin's 'Our Town' revival - four years after seven women accused him of sexual assault and harassment.

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VIDEO: Larry Owens, Lea DeLaria, Drew Droege and More Perform in THE 24 HOUR PLAYS: VIRAL MONOLOGUES

Last night, The 24 Hour Plays and Pride Plays came together to celebrate Pride Month with a special edition of The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues.

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BWW Prompts: Use A HAMILTON Lyric to Describe Your Current Mood

We want to hear from you! Submit your response to our daily #bwwprompts, where each day we'll be asking our readers on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram questions to spark some theater c…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Why Proof And Data Don’t Convince People by Artsjournal

I work with civic data and teach about the power of data collection, so I want to believe that data (in the form of video footage depicting police brutality against Black people) can effect …

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Cheap Food Is Good, Right? Well Maybe We’re Not Adding Up The Cost… by Artsjournal

In a capitalist society, viewed from the point of view of consumers, cheap food looks like an unequivocal democratic good, because it enables people to feed themselves, even on relatively lo…

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Hello Hello Hello! Get Ready for a Ham4Ham Rewind Twitter Marathon!

In honor of Hamilton's premiere on Disney+ beginning Friday July 3rd, we're rewinding tomorrow back to these incredible mini performances specifically highlighting the incredible company of …

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Actors' Equity Has Rejected Walt Disney World's Virus Safety Plan For Performers

Deadline has reported that Actors' Equity has rejected Walt Disney World's reopening safety plan for workers due to the fact that the proposal does not include coronavirus testing for the …

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Larry Owens, Lea DeLaria, Drew Doege and More Perform in THE 24 HOUR PLAYS: VIRAL MONOLOGUES

Last night, The 24 Hour Plays and Pride Plays came together to celebrate Pride Month with a special edition of The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Monologues, available now on IGTV @24hourplays, on The…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Watch Joe Benincasa, Tom Viola & More on STARS IN THE HOUSE- Live at 8pm!

Stars in the House continues today (8pm) with Joe Benincasa, President & CEO of The Actors Fund, Tom Viola, Executive Director of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Christopher Gattel…

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Virtual Theatre Today: Wednesday, July 1- Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lauren Patten and More

Today (July 1) in live streaming: Lin-Manuel Miranda is the special guest on The Chaos Twins, Lauren Patten visits Backstage Live, and so much more!

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Dominique Morisseau Pens HBO's Unruly, Starring Mahershala Ali as Boxing Legend Jack Johnson by Lindsey Sullivan

Dominique Morisseau, who received a 2019 Tony nomination for writing the book for The Temptations musical Ain't Too Proud, has a new project. According to Deadline, she is penning the new H…

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Broadway's Take Me Out Revival to Open in Spring 2021 by

The Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's 2003 Tony-winning play Take Me Out will now begin performances during the week of March 22, 2021 with opening night set for April 22 at the Helen …

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Watch with Me: Revisit Aaron Burr, Sir: Episode 3 with Hamilton Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. by

Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. looks back on Episode 3 of his Aaron Burr, Sir vlog and looks ahead to the release of the Hamilton film! 

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Julianne Moore & Kaitlyn Dever to Play Mother & Daughter in Benefit Reading of Good As New by Lindsey Sullivan

MCC Theater has announced a special benefit reading and discussion of Peter Hedges’ Good As New, starring Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever. Directed by Hedges, the presentation will take p…

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Why Letting Your Mind Wander Is Good For You by Artsjournal

While it is certainly not inevitable that children lose their sense of wonder as they grow up, and while adults are in principle as capable of experiencing wonder as children, it is to be ex…

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Mellon Foundation To Invest In Prison Libraries by Artsjournal

The prison library program will give each of the 1,000 prisons the same 500-book collection selected by the project’s leaders. The collections, which Dr. Alexander called “freedom librar…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Nervous NFL, NASCAR, Hollywood Studios & Unions Push For “Pandemic Risk Insurance” From Congress by Dominic Patten

As Hollywood and major league sports’ restarting looks to be stymied by soaring coronavirus cases, some of the biggest players in the arena want Mitch McConnell and Nancy Pelosi to change …

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Manchester's Royal Exchange theatre says 65% of roles could be made redundant by Chris Wiegand

Illustrious venue says the government’s plans for the industry give them no ‘confidence or clarity to be able to restart any activities in the immediate future’ The Royal Exchange in M…

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Norwich theatre blasts 'idle' government as redundancy threatens half of workforce by Chris Wiegand

Theatre’s chief executive says government is standing by as vital industry is allowed to ‘fade into the dust’ More than half of the workforce at Norwich theatre are at risk of redundan…

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Cynthia Erivo and Shoshana Bean Sing on Newly Released Single From Saturday Night Seder by Logan Culwell-Block

The streaming Seder aired on YouTube in April to benefit the CDC Foundation's Coronavirus Emergency Response Fund.

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Danny Becker by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff In the first of our Throwback Thursday chats we caught up with Danny Becker, star of The Other Palace's Lockdown production of The Last Five Years. This post THROWBACK THU…

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Government Arts Boost 'Does Not Come Close To Meeting The Demand,' Says NEA Head by Neda Ulaby

Nearly a thousand arts organizations across the country are receiving funds from the CARES Act. But the National Endowment for the Arts says the $44 million in grants it announced today is n…

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Lynn Nottage, Jeanine Tesori, Eboni Booth Are Part of Atlantic's Summer Virtual Lineup by Olivia Clement

Held every Friday, the Live With Atlantic series is free and takes place over Zoom.

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Billy Porter, Alanis Morissette, Norm Lewis, Michael Urie & More to Take Part in WELL BEINGS Virtual Town Hall

WETA Washington, D.C., the flagship public media station in the nation's capital, and the National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) will host a one-hour virtual national town hall to launch…

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July 4th: What to do on holiday weekend with no fireworks by Chuck Barney, Randy Myers, Correspondent, Randy McMullen

The coronavirus pandemic might have snuffed live fireworks, but there is plenty to see and do, from "Hamilton" to virtual parades.

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Emmy- and Grammy–Winning Music Director John McDaniel Continues Sunday Tea With John McD Series by Ruthie Fierberg

Tune in the first Sunday of each month for tea and tunes.

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Why This Medical School Is Using Artworks To Teach Diagnostics by Artsjournal1

Stephen Russell at the University of Alabama at Birmingham developed the course “Prescribing Art: How Observation Enhances Medicine” to teach students to slow down and observe without wo…

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The Search For A Gender-Neutral Singular Pronoun Has Gone On For Centuries by Artsjournal1

Yes, they has been used in the singular since the late Middle Ages, but people complained about it, and looked for a different solution, back then and ever since. The effort to come up with …

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India Bans Chinese Social Media Apps by Artsjournal

India has banned video-sharing social network TikTok and messaging platform WeChat along with 57 other Chinese developed apps over national security and privacy concerns, as tensions between…

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Theatre News: ‘Arena Stage Turns 70,’ Part II: Arena Stage in the 21st Century by Susan Brall

The last 20 years at Arena Stage could be called the years of Molly Smith.  Since she began, although the quality of the productions remained high, the focus changed to American musicals an…

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VIDEO: Watch the Trailer for DIVOS! Starring Marissa Jaret Winokur, Nicole Sullivan, Matt Steele, & More!

Freestyle Digital Media, the digital film distribution division of Byron Allen's Entertainment Studios, has acquired U.S. rights to the farcical comedy, DIVOS!.

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Take A Break! 5 Faves From HAMILTON OBC's Anthony Ramos' YouTube Channel

Anthony Ramos is pretty great! The Grammy winner made his Broadway debut as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton in back in 2015. In 5 years, discover some of the amazing things he has accomplished…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Tonya Pinkins Joins Soap Stars for Online Reading of One-Act Plays Presented by The National Arts Club

The National Arts Club will present an online reading of one-act plays by Scott C. Sickles, best known for his award-winning work as a writer on the daytime dramas General Hospital and One …

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AileyDance for Active Seniors: Dance from and back to the people by Admin

“Dance came from the people and should always be delivered back to the people,” Alvin Ailey said. Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, a key part (but not all of) his legacy, works by t…

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Lynne and Land Foundation Presents Grants to 4 U.K. Arts Organizations in Memory of Gillian Lynne by Ryan McPhee

The choreographer of The Phantom of the Opera and Cats died July 1, 2018.

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Julie Andrews, Randy Graff, Max von Essen and More to Take Part in Interview Series Hosted by Marcia Milgrom Dodge

Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts have announced the eight-part online interview series, Backstage with MMD: Random Notes & Anecdotes From Productions Directed By M…

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BWW Review: HAMILTON on Disney+ Is A Gift That 'Gets The Job Done'

On July 3, 2020, Disney+ will start streaming the smash hit HAMILTON, filmed on Broadway, and it is truly a gift to the world. It's truly too good to miss, so don't throw away your shot.

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Audio Review: ‘Murdering Dickens,’ streaming at Cape Cod Radio Mystery Theater by Dr. Mark Dreisonstok

Charles Dickens is known as one of the greatest novelists in the English language, yet his interest in the theatrical is less widely known. During his later years, Dickens would take to the …

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Heather Headley, George Takei, André De Shields & More Slated for CSC's CLASSIC CONVERSATIONS

Classic Stage Company today announced a new lineup of multiple award-winning participants in the free online version of its signature series Classic Conversations, hosted by John Doyle, fea…

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Carl Reiner’s Last Interview by Artsjournal

“The only thing that really matters in life is your progeny, the people who come after you, the people you send out to the world. They’re either toxic or nontoxic.” – Los Angeles Tim…

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Study: The Ideal Numbers Of Students For Online And In-Person Classes by Artsjournal

Laurence Tomei and Douglas Nelson say that, as mentioned, online undergraduate classes should have no more than 12 students. In person, on campus classes should be no larger than 18 students…

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Addressing Dancers’ Biggest Worries About Coming Back From Coronavirus by Artsjournal1

Natalia Boesch: “Living-room ballet has always been a big part of my life, whether I was working out choreographic ideas or just giving myself barre. But, as I write this, living-room ball…

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MCC Theater Announces Virtual Benefit Reading of GOOD AS NEW Starring Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever

MCC Theater announced today a special benefit reading and discussion with the artists of Peter Hedges' Good As New starring Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever, directed by the author, to be pr…

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VIDEO: Watch Austin Scott and Alexa Cepeda Perform 'My Favorite Things' For R&H Goes Live!

The next video in the YouTube series R&H Goes Live!, a spinoff of their existing R&H Goes Pop! video series, will feature Austin Scott (Girl From the North Country, Hamilton) and Al…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Marissa Jaret Winokur, Nicole Sullivan, Matt Steele, More in the Trailer for Divos! by Dan Meyer

The comedy follows a theatre kid and a jock as they vie for the same role in the school musical.

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Julianne Moore and Kaitlyn Dever to Star in MCC Benefit Reading of Good as New by Ryan McPhee

Proceeds from the virtual performance, presented by MCC Theater, will go toward the Off-Broadway company, The Artist Co-op, and The Okra Project.

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And Peggy! 13 Talented Peggy Schuylers of HAMILTON. Work!

Miss Peggy Schuyler has been played in Hamilton by some of the most talented women in musical theatre right now. Take a moment to discover some outstanding performances by the incredible act…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

The World’s Most Famous Illegal Theatre Company Was Ready For The COVID Lockdown by Artsjournal1

Belarus Free Theatre — outlawed by its homeland’s dictatorship, forced to rehearse and perform in secret, and with its artistic directors living in asylum abroad — has years of experie…

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How A Girls Choir Pivoted And Is Thriving Online by Artsjournal

Amazingly, not only has the group continued the girls’ education online, it has used the constraints to its advantage by bringing in guest artists for master classes and increasing one-on-…

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Watch Austin Scott and Alexa Cepeda Sing 'My Favorite Things' on R&H Goes Live! by Dan Meyer

The Hamilton alum and NYC-based musician perform a familiar tune from The Sound of Music.

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Breaking: TAKE ME OUT Revival Will Arrive on Broadway in Spring 2021

BroadwayWorld has just learned that Second Stage Theater's planned production of Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning play, Take Me Out, which had been postponed due to the current Broadw…

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VIDEO: Watch Patti LuPone, Zachary Levi, Anika Noni Rose and More in SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES Benefit

Members of the Film & TV Music community, made up of composers, songwriters, music editors, music supervisors, studio executives and more, contributed their talents to SOUNDTRACK OF OUR …

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Oscar Winner Mahershala Ali to Star as Jack Johnson in Dominique Morisseau-Penned New Series by Olivia Clement

The legendary boxer's life will be brought to the screen in HBO's new limited series, Unruly.

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Tony Nominee Nick Cordero Continues to Battle COVID-19 by Playbill Staff

The Broadway star is still fighting hard 90 days into his hospital stay, with support from his wife Amanda Kloots.

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Disney’s $75 Mil Pays Off: “Hamilton” Film Scores a 100 on Rotten Tomatoes, Soundtrack Jumps Back to Number 1 Almost 5 Years After Release by Roger Friedman

The “Hamilton” CD, the score to the hit Broadway show, was released on September 25, 2015. It was a hit right away,

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For Canada Day: On SCTV: Canada’s Greatest Export by Trav S.D.

It’s Canada Day today and well past time I should talk about my favorite comedy show of all time, SCTV. I’ve referred to it three dozen times so far on Travalanche, and written about sev…

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Six films to watch this week

‘Hamilton’, ‘Homemade’, ‘Family Romance LLC’, ‘The Booksellers’, ‘Lynn and Lucy’ and ‘Fanny Lye Deliver’d’ — all reviewed by Danny Leigh  

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Take Me Out Opening on Broadway in April 2021 by Broadway Direct

Second Stage Theater’s production of Take Me Out, by Richard Greenberg, plans to open on Broadway in April of 2021. Postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the Broadway suspension, the …

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Philadelphia's Wilma Theater Re-Configures Space to Allow for Audience Distancing by Olivia Clement

The Wilma Globe model is inspired by Shakespeare's Globe theatre.

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‘A delightful two hours of comedy, love & misunderstandings’: A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM, Bridge Theatre ★★★★★ (Online review) by Emma Clarendon

Enhancing the magic and dreamy qualities of the play, Nicholas Hytner’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream is a delightful two hours of comedy, love and misunderstandings.

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‘Take Me Out’ Joins Broadway Spring 2021 Line-Up; Revival Stars Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, Jesse Williams by Greg Evans

Producers of Broadway’s Take Me Out starring Patrick J. Adams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and Jesse Williams have set an opening date of April 22, 2021, with previews beginning March 22. The Sec…

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‘Take Me Out’ plans April 2021 Broadway opening by Caitlin Huston

“Take Me Out,” starring Jesse Williams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson and more, has rescheduled its Broadway run to spring 2021. The revival of Richard Greenberg’s play, produced by Second Stag…

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Watch Billy Porter, Annaleigh Ashford, and Matthew Morrison Reunite With Jerry Mitchell Live by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony-winning director-choreographer will answer your questions on The Broadway Q&A.

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MPs pressure Boris Johnson to support the arts during today's PMQs

Boris Johnson is under more intense pressure after MPs took advantage of today's Prime Minister's Questions (PMQs) to slam him for failing to take up government responsibility to support t…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Broadway's Take Me Out Postpones to Spring 2021 by Dan Meyer

The Second Stage production will star Jesse Williams, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, and Patrick J. Adams.

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The presence of the absence by Artsjournal1

I don’t know how I’ve managed to survive the simultaneous losses of my beloved spouse and the art form to which I have devoted more than a decade and a half of my life. But I’m still h…

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After 23 Years, Pittsburgh Ballet Theatre’s Artistic Director Says Farewell by Artsjournal1

“[Terrence] Orr’s vision included growth for the entire organization. Ticket sales, PBT School enrollment and the organization’s physical footprint in the Strip District all increased …

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At Last, A Major Opera House Has Returned To Full-Scale Production by Artsjournal1

In Barcelona, they performed for plants. But at Madrid’s Teatro Real, it’s a real staging for a real (though smaller) audience. “The opening scenes of merriment have taken on a sombre …

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Surveying The Damage To Philadelphia’s Arts From Huge City Funding Cuts by Artsjournal1

The budget passed by the City Council cuts municipal support for the arts citywide by 40% to $5.84 million, and even that amount is $1 million more than the mayor proposed as he attempted to…

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Consolation: Philadelphia Arts Orgs Get $4 Million In COVID Relief by Artsjournal1

It’s a bit of welcome news after major cuts from the city government: “467 Philadelphia-area arts and culture groups plus more than a thousand individual artists are receiving a total of…

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Four Black Documentarians Talk About Film And The Struggle For Racial Justice by Artsjournal1

“Ava DuVernay, Stanley Nelson, Sabaah Folayan and Damon Davis have all made movies that help explain our nation’s current efforts to face hundreds of years of inequity. Here’s what the…

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Georg Ratzinger, Famed Choirmaster And Pope Benedict’s Elder Brother, Dead At 96 by Artsjournal1

“Ordained on the same day as his brother, Ratzinger proved to be a talented musician and went on oversee the recording of numerous masterpieces and concert tours around the world by the Re…

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The Met Breuer: What It Achieved And Why It Mattered by Artsjournal1

“For decades, the Met’s programming has been associated with a kind of elegant classicism. The Breuer, it seemed, would allow the museum to strike a new balance between grandeur and some…

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Rudolfo Anaya, Founding Father Of Chicano Literature, Dead At 82 by Artsjournal1

“Literary critics say [that Bless Me, Ultima,] Anaya’s World War II-era novel about a young Mexican-American boy’s relationship with an older curandera, or healer, influenced a generat…

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The Radicalism Of Current Black Playwrighting by Artsjournal

Something is palpably different among playwrights of the millennial generation, who are envisioning, demanding and conjuring into existence a new and more diverse spectatorship. Their relati…

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VIDEO: Watch Richard Nelson's Apple Family in AND SO WE COME FORTH- Live at 7:30pm

Apple Family Productions has announced the world premiere of AND SO WE COME FORTH: The Apple Family: A Dinner on Zoom, the latest play in the Rhinebeck Panorama, written and directed by Ton…

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Win A Ticket To The Seth Concert Series Starring Melissa Errico!

We're giving two readers a chance to win a ticket to The Seth Rudetsky Concert Series starring Melissa Errico! The winners will receive a ticket to the virtual concert. Enter now!

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Sir Ian McKellen launches charity fundraiser for backstage and front of house theatre workers by Hira Desai

Sir Ian McKellen has launched a new charity fundraiser to support backstage and front of house theatre workers, kicking it off with a donation of £40,000. The post Sir Ian McKellen launche…

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BWW Album Review: ARTISTS IN RESIDENCE Shares Frustrations and Hope

Alternately funny and touching, Artists in Residence is a reminder that, even in frustrating days, creativity and community shine a light.

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Lynn Ahrens, Stephen Flaherty, David Zippel, Carmel Dean, and More Break Down Their Songs for New Artists in Residence Album by Ruthie Fierberg

Patina Miller, Amber Gray, and more sing on this batch of original songs about life in quarantine and a hopeful future.

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Caroline, or Change Star Sharon D. Clarke Joins The Old Vic's The Greatest Wealth Monologue Series by Dan Meyer

The Olivier winner will perform First, Do No Harm by Bernadine Evaristo.

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Renée Fleming Cast in "Othello", Wondering Why It Has an "H", Where Music Is, Why It's in English by Broadway Beat

by Ivvone Zhou. @w451st. WASHINGTON D.C. — In an exclusive interview with American opera star Renee Fleming, the diva expressed concerns ...

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Our Town Starring Dustin Hoffman Coming to Broadway by Broadway Direct

Producer Scott Rudin has reported he will bring actor Dustin Hoffman to star in an upcoming production of Our Town on Broadway. Hoffman will take on the role of Stage Manager in Thornton Wi…

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Broadway Checklist: How Many of These Shows at the Belasco Theatre Have You Seen? by Marc J. Franklin

Look back at the 10 most recent productions to play over 100 performances at the beloved theatre.

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Take Me Out Will Open on Broadway in April 2021 With Jesse Williams and More

Richard Greenberg's play will be directed by Scott Ellis.

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Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda, Anthony Ramos, and More Discuss Hamilton Film

TheaterMania chats with the cast and creative team of the musical.

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Dustin Hoffman Expected to Star in Broadway Revival of Our Town

The Thornton Wilder play will be directed by Bartlett Sher.

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Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker to Headline Streamed Production of Songs for a New World

Rachel John and Cedric Neal will also star in Jason Robert Brown's beloved song cycle.

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Dustin Hoffman to Star in Broadway Revival of Our Town in 2021 by Lindsey Sullivan

Thornton Wilder's classic play Our Town is getting a Broadway revival starring two-time Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman as the Stage Manager in 2021. To Kill a Mockingbird director Bartlett She…

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Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker & More Set for Virtual Production of Songs For a New World by Lindsey Sullivan

Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker, Rachel John and Cedric Neal will perform a special presentation of Jason Robert Brown's Songs for a New World. Filmed entirely in isolation, the stream will be…

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Ian McKellen launches fundraiser to help theatre workers in dire need of support

Hollywood movie star and highly prolific stage actor Ian McKellen (X-Men, The Lord of the Rings) has started a new fundraising initiative to help theatre workers in need. In special collab…

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Merle Dandridge Talks About Growing With Greenleaf, Why Her Co-Stars Didn't Recognize Her in Once On This Island, and Her Tina Turner Moment in Dreamc by Mark Peikert

The stage and screen star joined Playbill's Stream Stealers June 30 to discuss the fifth and final season of the OWN series, as well as HBO Max's upcoming The Flight Attendant.

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Forget about streaming . . . what about this? Especially now.

Streaming is all the rage these days . . . whether that means an opportunity to watch a musical shot in New York City like this one, or whether that’s a blogger like me who turns his camer…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

‘Black Stories Matter’ live storytelling show to benefit Black Lives Matter DC by David Siegel

Black Stories Matter, a live online storytelling show benefiting Black Lives Matter DC, will be presented by the DMV’s Better Said Than Done on Zoom July 10, 2020. Black Stories Matter fea…

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Five Questions with Sam Kaplan by Anita Martin

Thespian Playworks winner on theatre for social change The post Five Questions with Sam Kaplan appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Lynn + Lucy delivers striking images and potent drama

Fyzal Boulifa’s first film tells a story of friendship and betrayal in an Essex town

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The Booksellers — a charming portrait of an age-old trade

Affable eccentricity is everywhere in this documentary

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Homemade — a Netflix project featuring the world’s most inventive film-makers

Eighteen short films by directors such as Ana Lily Amirpour and Kristen Stewart capture life under lockdown

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Family Romance, LLC — Werner Herzog’s film enters a strange world of performers

Actors for private hire become surrogates in this troubling movie

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Australian Company to Stream Will Eno's Thom Pain Globally by Olivia Clement

Toby Schmitz, seen on Broadway in The Present, will perform the play.

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Wilma Theater Announces New Wilma Globe Model to Ensure Social Distancing Among Audience Members

The Wilma Theater in Philadelphia has put considerable thought into how they can bring their next season (beginning in late 2020 or early 2021) to audience members, all while ensuring that t…

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LISTEN: Stephanie Ybarra Talks About Racism in the Theatre Industry, and How She Works to Combat it

Stephanie Ybarra, who currently serves as artistic director at Baltimore Center Stage and is also a co-founder of Artists Anti-Racism Coalition, recently was a guest on Variety's Stagecra…

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Virtual Theatre Today: Wednesday, July 1-Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lauren Patten and More

Today (July 1) in live streaming: Lin-Manuel Miranda is the special guest on The Chaos Twins, Lauren Patten visits Backstage Live, and so much more!

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Eric Ulloa Launches New Podcast DO YOU HEAR THE PEOPLE SING?; Debut Episodes Features Javier Munoz

Actor and playwright, Eric Ulloa, today announced his new podcast, Do You Hear the People Sing?, a theater person's guide to saving democracy.

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Christopher Jackson Signs With CAA; Chats About HAMILTON, BULL, and Racism on Broadway

Christopher Jackson has signed with CAA, Deadline reports. Creative Artists Agency LLC or CAA is an American talent and sports agency based in Los Angeles, California.

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Eva Noblezada, Nathan Lee Graham, George Salazar, More Set for Night of a Thousand Judys Virtual Concert by Andrew Gans

The streaming event, benefiting The Ali Forney Center, is written and hosted by Justin Sayre.

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Watch Kelli O'Hara, Stephanie J. Block, Elizabeth Stanley, More Celebrate Canada Day by Dan Meyer

Broadway stars shared who and what they love most about their northern neighbors in a video from Theatre Calgary.

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8 Subscription Boxes to Improve Your Look, Lifestyle, and More by Playbill Staff

Get a great bang for you buck when you sign up for any of these kits.

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Margaret Holloway, known as New Haven’s ‘Shakespeare Lady,’ was one of Connecticut’s best-known performers. Last month, she died of COVID-19 by Christopher Arnott

Celebrating the legacy of Margaret Holloway, New Haven's Shakespeare Lady and a true Connecticut theater icon.

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Your Watch Party Guide to Hamilton on Disney+ by Playbill Staff

The Tony- and Pulitzer Prize-winning musical arrives on Disney+ July 3; here's how to ensure your watch party will blow us all away.

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Madge Evans: Child of Stage and Screen by Trav S.D.

When Margherita “Madge” Evans (1909-1981) chalked up her final screen credit in 1958 she had been a professional for nearly a half century. She started out as a child model at age two, i…

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Cultural Life Is Back in Europe. In the U.K., They Talk of Collapse. by Alex Marshall

For weeks, Britain’s star artists have begged the government to rescue the arts sector. Will it listen?

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Are the OnComms the template for theatrical awards in ‘the new normal’? by John Chapman

The current circumstances mean that there are questions about whether there will even be a usual theatre awards season next winter/spring, especially as there may, ostensibly, be little to g…

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Oliver Dowden defends his lack of action in helping UK theatres with more inaction

UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden has fired back on Twitter in response to criticism on how he has been handling the coronavirus crisis. The only problem with the MP's defence? The whole t…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker, Cedric Neal, Rachel John to Headline Virtual Production of Songs for a New World by Andrew Gans

The Jason Robert Brown song cycle, directed by Séimí Campbell, will be filmed entirely in isolation.

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Richard Nelson's And So We Come Forth: A Dinner on Zoom Premieres July 1 by Olivia Clement

The Apple family reunites online for another free Zoom play, available on YouTube.

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Hot Clip of the Day: Virtually Stand Center Stage for HAMILTON Pre-Tony Performance

Ahead of the Tony Awards, CBS released a unique Hamilton video - a 360 degree view of Aaron Burr's "Wait For It" with the whole cast led by Tony award winning Leslie Odom, Jr..

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Billy Porter and Rita Moreno Will Take Part in a Discussion About TERRENCE MCNALLY: EVERY ACT OF LIFE

Billy Porter and Rita Moreno will take part in a discussion about Terrence McNally: Every Act of Life, tonight at 9pm.

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VIDEO: Watch Charles Busch & Company in DIE, MOMMIE, DIE on STARS IN THE HOUSE- Live at 2pm!

Stars in the House continues today (2pm) with Plays In The House: DIE, MOMMIE, DIE!: By Charles Busch. Starring Charles Busch, Jennifer Cody, Brandon Contreras, Willie Garson, Ruth Williamso…

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Broadway Catch Up: July 1 - JAGGED LITTLE PILL Cast, Megan Hilty, 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 yesterday's highlights from some of your …

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VIDEO: Austin Scott and Alexa Cepeda Will Perform 'My Favorite Things' For R&H Goes Live!

The next video in the YouTube series R&H Goes Live!, a spinoff of their existing R&H Goes Pop! video series, will feature Austin Scott (Girl From the North Country, Hamilton) and Al…

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Curators’ Choice—Week of June 29 by Sabrina Carter

We sure do miss you! While we are apart, our Artistic Producers, Zach Blackwood and Katy Dammers, will prep a new list each week to keep your ears and eyes full until we can be together agai…

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Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker & more West End stars to lead virtual production of Songs For A New World by Hira Desai

Lambert Jackson Productions in association with The Other Palace today announced a virtual production of Jason Robert Brown’s Songs For A New World. The post Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker …

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This Theater Plans Dividers to Keep Patrons Socially Distanced by Michael Paulson

The Wilma, seeking to reopen in Philadelphia, says it will erect a new seating structure in which every party is in its own separate box.

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Capital-area community theaters plan fundraising telethon by News Desk

As COVID-19 continues to ravage the country, its effects on the arts have been devastating. Many organizations have turned to creative ways to raise funds in an effort to offset losses from …

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Significant streaming for the week of the 4th by Deb Miller

While most of us will be celebrating Independence Day remotely this year, there’s a significant selection of virtual performances by New York theater artists that will enrich your 4th of J…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

4 ideas for satisfying your imaginative appetite, online and on the page by Peter Marks

Your fine arts to-do list: Lorraine Hansberry, Michaelangelo, Richard Nelson and Shakespeare.

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Olivier Award winner Sharon D Clarke to perform new monologue in Your Old Vic series by Hira Desai

Sharon D Clarke will be performing a newly commissioned monologue, First, Do No Harm, on 5 July to celebrate the NHS' 72nd birthday. Find out more, here. The post Olivier Award winner Sharo…

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Deon'te Goodman, Jennifer Leigh Warren, and More Lead Stream of BAYARD: A New Musical on July 8

BAYARD: A New Musical will be presented as part of a four night festival featuring original musicals by Richard Allen and Taran Gray. The virtual festival raises money for Broadway Cares/E…

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Edinburgh's Gilded Balloon launches summer season of online comedy by Chris Wiegand

The late-night hub is replacing its cancelled fringe programme with new virtual offerings alongside archive footage The Gilded Balloon, Edinburgh’s uproarious palace of late-night comedy,…

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Ramin Karimloo, Rachel Tucker, Rachel John, and Cedric Neal Will Lead Virtual Production of SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD

A virtual production will be streamed of Jason Robert Brown's Songs For A New World, filmed entirely in isolation. Séimí Campbell directs Rachel John (Hamilton), Ramin Karimloo (Phantom of…

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July 2020 Online Theater Openings: Hamilton, PLUS. What’s streaming day by day by New York Theater

Click here for July 1 openings Below is the day-by-day calendar of “theater openings”* in July, 2020. The big news is the release of “Hamilton” online at Disney Plus — and (less h…

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West End musical SIX suspends all performances until end of September

London's Arts Theatre has announced that all performances of SIX The Musical up to and including Sunday, 27 September 2020 have been suspended. Officially, the West End has cancelled perform…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Wednesday, July 1, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

Dustin Hoffman to Lead “Our Town” on Broadway, Hamil-Film Gets Rave Reviews, “Hadestown” Teams Up with Who Now? “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hit…

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Hamilton still sings as it moves from Broadway to living rooms

Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hit musical arrives on Disney+ with cine-savvy direction but a hint of melancholy

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NEWS: Royal Ballet School, ArtsEd, LAMDA & the Royal Academy of Dance receive Lynne and Land Foundation grants by Press Releases

Today, on the second anniversary of the death of choreographer Dame Gillian Lynne, The Lynne and Land Foundation has announced grants to the Royal Ballet School, ArtsEd, LAMDA and the Royal …

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One That Got Away: Nine by JK

This time around, the One That Got Away came about by accident. Like many of you, I've been cleaning, de-cluttering, and reorganizing. I finally got around to dusting off my vinyl collectio…

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Jeffrey Wright, David Zayas, and More Lead Live Reading of THE BOOK OF JOB

The Book of Job Project presents dramatic readings by acclaimed actors of The Book of Job as a catalyst for powerful, guided conversations about the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic upon in…

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VIDEO: Telly Leung Sings 'Wrestling' From BUT I'M A CHEERLEADER - THE MUSICAL

A new video has been released of Telly Leung performing 'Wrestling' from But I'm A Cheerleader - The Musical!

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SIX Cancels West End Performances Through 27 September

Six the Musical has cancelled all West End performances through 27 September.

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UK theatres reopen for fellowship, food and films – but not live plays by Chris Wiegand

Artistic directors say it’s a ‘civic duty’ to open up as their venues play a vital role for their communities beyond entertainment The easing of coronavirus restrictions means that fro…

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New and Upcoming Releases For the Week of July 1 - ROYALTIES Soundtrack, WEST SIDE STORY Book, and More!

Need something new to listen to, read, or watch? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases, including the soundtrack to Royalties, a book about the making of West Side Story, a…

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Snapshot: a TV interview with Thornton Wilder by Terry Teachout

Lilli Palmer interviews Thornton Wilder in an extremely rare TV appearance on The Lilli Palmer Show. This clip was originally telecast on NBC in 1952:  (This is the latest in a series of …

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Almanac: Dodie Smith on depression by Terry Teachout

“Noble deeds and hot baths are the best cures for depression.” Dodie Smith, I Capture the Castle Continue reading Almanac: Dodie Smith on depression at About Last Night.

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Jo Fabro by Arts Review

Who is Jo Fabro of The Fabulous Botting Flower? I am the “Fabulous” part of our name, and the other 2 members are the botting and flower parts. I am a singer and songwriter from Sydney a…

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Wake Up With BWW 7/1: New HAMILTON Documentary Announced, and More!

Today's top stories: Read the reviews for Hamilton on Disney+, a new Hamilton documentary featuring the original cast will premiere on July 3, and more!

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How important is theatre photography to the success of a show? by Maryam Philpott

Theatre photography is one of the most important ways to promote a new production and simultaneously one of the elements audiences – and probably most creatives – actively think least ab…

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Real Art Ways hosting ‘Good Trouble’ viewings, Zoom discussion, in first event since March by Kaitlin McCallum

Real Art Ways will host its first event since the coronavirus closed its doors in March, a two-week run of “Good Trouble,” paired with a Zoom community conversation with Hartford activis…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Are the Blue Men ever coming back? Chicago’s commercial theaters are in serious trouble by Chris Jones

Chicago's Mercury Theater and iO are closing. Blue Man Group is in trouble. It's the for-profit theaters that are in the most danger at the moment.

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World premiere of Boy Swallows Universe postponed until Brisbane Festival 2021 by Arts Review

Queensland Theatre and Brisbane Festival remain committed to developing the brand-new Australian theatre work, Boy Swallows Universe, in association with Queensland Performing Arts Centre (Q…

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Pittsburgh native Don Roy King has appreciation for challenge of bringing 'Hamilton' to the screen by Maria Sciullo / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Literal stage-to-screen adaptations have often been successful. Pittsburgh native Don Roy King knows all about the process.

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What ‘Into the Woods’ can teach us about surviving COVID-19 by Geoffrey Melada

Broadway has been dark since March 12 due to the coronavirus pandemic, the longest shutdown in its history. With theaters shuttered from Broadway to the Beltway, musical theater fans have an…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

NSW Government delivers funding to arts and culture sector through COVID-19 support initiatives by Arts Review

The NSW Government through Create NSW is supporting 70 recipients with more than $650,000 funding as part of initiatives specifically targeted to the small to medium sized arts and cultural …

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

“Jagratha”: A Kathakali Play On COVID-19 by Saraswathy Nagarajan

Jagratha, a five-minute play in the Kathakali format, written and choreographed by Margi Vijayakumar, details the precautions and measures to be taken against COVID-19 Summary The stage is s…

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Invitation to a Party Interrupted by Todd London

By Todd London. Todd London reflects on why and how we gather, and looks at the canons-in-the-making of four African American playwrights—Jackie Sibblies Drury, Aleshea Harris, Anna Deaver…

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Danny Sapani: 'We must teach the truth about British history' by Interview By Arifa Akbar

The actor, who stars in the National Theatre’s stream of Les Blancs, says schools must acknowledge the damage done by colonialism – to strengthen the bonds of a multicultural society Les…

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Ready for a roasting? Inside Belfast's standup scene by Rachael Healy

It’s the only place in the world where jokes about local councillors work. But is Belfast’s sharp-tongued comedy circuit becoming less hostile to outsiders? Patrick Kielty’s first Belf…

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Dead Puppet Society Launches un-bee-lievable sculpture at West Village! by Gabi Bergman

Queensland’s internationally acclaimed Dead Puppet Society is set to launch their latest work at West Village, a bee-inspired installation Hive

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Wednesday, July 1, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: On This Day, July 1- Jake Gyllenhaal And Ellen Greene Star In LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS At City Center

On this day in 2015, Jake Gyllenhaal and original 'Audrey', Ellen Greene took the stage at City Center in a concert production of the musical, Little Shop of Horrors.

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No Subscription Model Should Last Forever by Joe Patti

I was listening to an episode of How I Built This where Guy Raz interviews ClassPass founder Payal Kadakia. At first I was just drawn to listen because Kadakia presented a familiar story of …

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Dame Helen Mirren echoes threat to beleaguered arts sector by Sean McLoughlin

Following recent reports of Cirque du Soleil filing for bankruptcy, Cameron Mackintosh suspending all his major West End musicals and

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Can the music take flight again?

Coronavirus has thwarted orchestras’ touring plans for this year — and they are rethinking the future

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Can You Name These Shows From Just Their 1st Lines? by Marc J. Franklin

Test your theatre knowledge.

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Artists at Work, an Ambitious National Initiative Inspired by the WPA, Launches in Western Massachusetts by The Dance Enthusiast

WPA-inspired National Initiative Artists at Work Launches with Pilot in Western Mass

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