Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Lin-Manuel Miranda, Renée Elise Goldsberry, and Biographer Ron Chernow Rap Hamilton

…and Jonathan Groff spits some Schuyler-sister sass.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre Artists of Color to Unite for #WHILEWEBREATHE: A NIGHT OF CREATIVE PROTEST

Variety has reported that theatrical creatives of color will come together for an event titled #WhileWeBreathe: A Night of Creative Protest to benefit civil rights organizations. 

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Les Blancs, National Theatre at Home review – triumphant revival of forgotten classic by Aleks.sierz

NT archive recording of Lorraine Hansberry’s last play is absolutely compelling Lorraine Hansberry’s debut, A Raisin in the Sun, was the first drama written by a black woman to be produc…

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Brian Stokes Mitchell, Lauren Patten and More Join VOICES OF HOPE for Rubicon Theatre

a??Brian Stokes Mitchell, Andréa Burns, and Lauren Patten have joined Rubicon Theatre Company's Voices of Hope, and evening of songs and stories of conflict, crisis, hope, and healing.

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VIDEO: NYC Theatre Kids Star in First-Ever Virtual Broadway Junior Student Finale!

Watch the first- ever virtual Shubert Foundation/Music Theatre International Broadway Junior Student Finale!

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Jacob’s Pillow announces full schedule of virtual festival by Admin

Jacob’s Pillow, home to the longest-running dance festival in the United States, launches a Virtual Festival with eight weeks of free programming, from July 7-August 29. Weekly highlights…

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Lineup announced for 48th Annual Dance on Camera Film Festival by Admin

Dance Films Association and Film at Lincoln Center have announced the complete lineup for the 48th edition of the Dance on Camera Festival, running July 17-20. With a program that travels t…

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Read National Black Theatre Founder Dr. Barbara Ann Teer's 'Letter to the Future'

As part of its Founder's Month celebration honoring the life and work of Dr.  Barbara Ann Teer, the National Black Theatre has released her 1991 'Letter to the Future'.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Can You Dance? Super Convention live from London by Admin

American dancers and teachers, Can You Dance? (CYD?) is calling for you to join the UK’s biggest virtual dance convention, broadcast live from London. The CYD? Super Convention LIVE is on…

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Hamilton's Secret Weapon by Mo Brady

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

The Disney+ movie of ‘Hamilton’ prompts a comparison of stage versus screen by Deb Miller

With the official announcement from The Broadway League earlier this week that all Broadway performances are now suspended through January 3, 2021 (at the earliest), theater-makers and theat…

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Keeping The Curtain Up: a musical theatre treat supporting the Australian performing arts community by Peter J Snee

As part of Arts Centre Melbourne’s continued commitment to offering audiences digital experiences through the Together With You program, on

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New Lego sets allow you to channel your inner artist by Wire Service

Andy Warhol's Marilyn Monroe page, for example, features a preview of "The Factory", an audio piece about Warhol's backstory, his work and how it made its way into Lego Art.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal: July 2020 by

Learn about Black Theatre United from founder LaChanze, spend time with the cast of Freestyle Love Supreme, then check in with Girl From North Country's Austin Scott and Broadway couple Orf…

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Original Stars of Hamilton on Going from Broadway Stars to Disney Stars with Movie Debut by editor Paul Wontorek catches up with Lin-Manuel Miranda and the stars of Hamilton on Disney+. (Sign up here:

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Phantom's John Riddle Reveals Chita Rivera's Texting Style and His Dream Lady Gaga Collaboration by Caitlin Moynihan

Before the COVID-19 pandemic forced Broadway to close its doors, John Riddle was seen as Raoul in the long-running The Phantom of the Opera. With the news that curtains won't rise again unti…

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BELIEVE THE HYPE by Jeremy Gerard

For those who couldn t see Hamilton on Broadway or those who want to see it again, the smash musical is now streaming on Disney+.

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Indie Bookstores Move Online… But Can Their Service Match Amazon? by Artsjournal

Customer expectations that independent booksellers will do what a massive online operation does has caused deep frustration. – Publishers Weekly

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The Most-Subscribed Broadcast Network YouTube Channel In The US Is: Telemundo by Artsjournal

Eight of Telemundo’s 11 YouTube channels have at least one million subscribers. The mother ship is now at 10.6 million, up from 1 million in 2015, and the next-biggest, one dedicated to co…

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Getting its Groove back: Groove Dance Competition and Convention extends the 2020 season by Admin

Much of the dance competition circuit has been on hold for months as the U.S. (and the rest of the world) grappled with COVID-19 restrictions. Dancers everywhere are itching to return to the…

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VIDEO: Fourth Installment of Laura Benanti's Sunshine Concerts Presented Tonight!

The fourth installment of Laura Benanti's Sunshine Concerts is live now! Watch it here!

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‘Statesville Voices’ goes ahead with virtual Goodman premiere Friday by Doug George

The Goodman Theatre series “Statesville Voices,” shut down in April, is back with three online performances July 3.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Zanies comedy clubs are reopening in Chicago, Rosemont by Doug George

The Chicago-area Zanies comedy clubs have announced they will reopen in July, with Vince Carone in Chicago and Pat McGann in Rosemont.

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Hamilton: Your Living Room As the Room Where It Happens by Steven Suskin

★★★★★ An exquisite capture of the original production of Lin-Manuel Miranda's masterpiece, with the original cast, now on your computer screen The post Hamilton: Your Living Room …

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And So We Come Forth Review. The Apple Family Once Again on Zoom by New York Theater

“There now is such a great sense of urgency, but for what? Where will it end?” Richard Apple (Jay O. Sanders) says in this sixth play written and directed by Richard Nelson in the decade…

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Review: And So We Come Forth. Richard Nelson’s Apple family, still in lockdown, asking questions, hoping to touch by Jonathan Mandell

The Apple family is back again, on another Zoom call. After the triumphant return in April of writer and director Richard Nelson’s Apple Family series with What Do We Need To Talk About, w…

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Livestreaming Subtitling Subtleties

By . PEN America, the Center for the Humanities at CUNY Graduate Center, and the Cullman Center for Scholars and Writers at the New York Public Library present Subtitling Subtleties livestre…

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Return to Acro: Top 5 tips for prepping your studio by Admin

The COVID-19 pandemic has undoubtedly affected everyone – every person, every child, every parent, every dancer, every studio owner. After months of isolation at home, some studios have ma…

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Over 30 Former Altar Boyz Join Forces for Virtual Rendition of 'I Believe' by Andrew Gans

A reunion of the creative team and the original cast will be presented July 9 to benefit The Actors Fund.

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Britain’s Arts Organizations Are Begging For Help. In The Rest Europe, They’re Getting It by Artsjournal

In France, Germany, Italy or Belgium, where the arts are heavily subsidized by the state, performing companies and museums can survive with reduced ticket sales. But in Britain, where govern…

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A Gallery Of Detroit’s Fabulous 20th Century Ruins by Artsjournal

They’re grand spaces now in decay – which gives them altogether another kind of beauty. – The Guardian

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Listen to Julie Andrews on THE STORY PIRATES PODCAST

On today's episode of The Story Pirates Podcast, Julie Andrews delivers a signed umbrella that she owes Meghan, and  they adapt 'The Door That No One Could Open,' by a third-grader named Cl…

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VIDEO: James Snyder & Jessica Grové Look Back at Broadway At Music Circus' BEAUTY AND THE BEAST

Broadway Sacramento has shared footage of Jessica Grové and James Snyder as they recall some of their experiences at Broadway At Music Circus playing the roles of Belle and The Beast in the…

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Phillipa Soo Talks How ‘Hamilton’ Is A Mirror To The Current Social And Cultural Movement by Dino-Ray Ramos

In the Tony Award-winning musical Hamilton, Lin-Manuel Miranda plays the founding father of the title who takes the spotlight, but let’s face it, Phillipa Soo’s Eliza Schuyler should ta…

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RECAP: Vasthy Mompoint and Christopher Gattelli Talked About Their New Program Share the Floor on STARS IN THE HOUSE

Stars in the House continued Wednesday night (8pm) with Joe Benincasa, President & CEO of The Actors Fund, Tom Viola, Executive Director of Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS, Christop…

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Researchers: Fans Of Apocalyptic Movies Are More Resilient by Artsjournal

The bleak scenarios thrown up by films such as Contagion, from panic buying and isolation to fear of others and fake claims of miracle cures, appeared to help viewers take the outbreak in th…

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The Appeal Of Master Classes With The Greats by Artsjournal

The classes mix entertainment and education, each one shot in a different location. You can learn basketball on the personal training court of NBA star Stephen Curry, or step into the kitche…

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Hamilton to Premiere on Disney by Barry Gordin

By: Alex Simmons On July 3, Lin Manuel Miranda’s Hamilton will premiere on Disney+, Disney’s video streaming service. Hamilton could be one of the most hotly anticipated releases on …

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Technology catches up: Só Dança’s Elektra Tech by Admin

Dancing en pointe might seem like the pinnacle of a ballet dancer’s training, but it has always been a doubled-edged sword. Despite their beauty, pointe shoes have a reputation for causing…

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Read 'Letter to The Future' From National Black Theatre's Founder Dr. Barbara Ann Teer by Olivia Clement

NBT continues its founder's month celebrations, with the public release of the letter, a weekly conversation series, and more.

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Jasmine Cephas Jones Is as Big a Hamilton Fan as You Are — and She Can't Wait to Watch It Again

Broadway's original Peggy Schuyler/Maria Reynolds looks back on her experiences before the filmed version is released.

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André De Shields, Dominique Morisseau, More to Take Part in Black Theatre Week by Ryan McPhee

The virtual event kicks off July 27 with a 50th anniversary tribute to New Federal Theatre.

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Canada’s Internet Use Has Surged 50 Percent Since COVID by Artsjournal

Since physical distancing measures were put in place across the country, internet usage on Shaw’s wireline network has increased by as much as 50 percent overall, and peak usage periods ha…

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I Was A Foot Soldier In The Dance Boom Of 1970s New York by Artsjournal1

Elizabeth Kendall remembers: “SoHo was dance spilling out into life. It was a grimy laboratory of the future. … In SoHo you could get a turnip soup with an asymmetrical bread chunk at an…

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Susan Egan, Eden Espinosa & More Talk All Things Disney Parks on E-TICKET TO BROADWAY Podcast

Put on your mouse ears, grab a dole whip, and get ready to listen to your favorite Broadway stars chat about all things Disney Parks on the 'E-Ticket to Broadway' podcast! Join host David Al…

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Conscripted To Be Private Bandleader For Central Africa’s Notorious Dictator-Emperor by Artsjournal1

Back in the late 1960s, Charlie Perrière was a struggling young musician in Bangui, capital of the Central African Republic, and about to leave for Congo when he was personally summoned by …

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QUIZ: Can You Guess the Hamilton Character from These Blurry Images?

These Hamilton pictures are a bit blurry... can you figure out which characters they are?

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Revisit Lin-Manuel Miranda's Interview About Performing The Hamilton Mixtape by Robert Simonson

The future Pulitzer Prize winner spoke to Playbill in 2012 about his then song cycle shortly before performing it with a star-studded cast as part of Lincoln Center's American Songbook Series

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Peppermint, Taylor Iman Jones, Bonnie Milligan, More Perform a Head Over Heels Virtual Medley by Dan Meyer

The stars performed a string of hits from The Go-Go's, whose songs form the score of the Broadway musical.

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VIDEO: Watch Rebecca Drysdale, Colette Hawley & More on STARS IN THE HOUSE- Live at 8pm!

Stars in the House continues today (8pm) with Rebecca Drysdale, Colette Hawley and Wendy Liebman.

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Ben Stiller To Share Family Memories and Behind-The-Scenes Stories On STARS IN THE HOUSE

Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley announced today that Ben Stiller will join them LIVE for a very special edition of 'Stars In The House,' streaming Tuesday, July 7th at 8 PM ET.

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VIDEO: Peppermint, Taylor Iman Jones, Bonnie Milligan and More From the Cast of HEAD OVER HEELS Reunite in Song

EW has shared a video of the cast of Head Over Heels reuniting in song! 

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‘Dance Like Nobody’s Watching’: A COVID-19 passion project by Admin

Everyone has been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. People are out of jobs, others are working full-time from home, dancers are taking class in their living room, and artists are getting cr…

Linked From at 02:37PM #LiveatFive with John Riddle of Phantom by

We check in with Phantom star John Riddle. 

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Read Critics' Original Reviews for Hamilton on Broadway by Playbill Staff

The Broadway transfer of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical opened August 6, 2015, at the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

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8 Things to Do This Fourth of July Weekend

Our culture writers offer suggestions for celebrating Independence Day, and what to watch or listen to without leaving your home.

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Review: Apple-Picking Time Again, in ‘And So We Come Forth’ by Jesse Green

Richard Nelson’s fictional family returns, but for the first time this drama of connection in the age of American bewilderment feels smaller than life.

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Will The Art Gallery System As We Know It Survive? by Artsjournal

There’s no reason why the art gallery as we know it, a 19th century invention, should last forever. But there’s also no sign of an alternative on the horizon. As with other small New Yor…

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Why Theatres In England Are Opening Up When They Can’t Present Plays by Artsjournal1

They’re showing movies in their auditoriums (social distancing observed, of course), opening their cafes and bars, presenting art exhibits — anything that can offer a place to (safely) g…

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Theater and Television Writer Christina Tippit Brown Passes Away

BroadwayWorld is saddened to have learned that writer Christina Tippit Brown has passed away at age 94. 

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MEAN GIRLS Launches Summer Book Club with 'The Hate You Give'

Mean Girls has just announced the launch of its Summer Reading and Discussion series, which begins on July 7 (4pm EDT) on Mean Girls on Broadway page. The first book is The Hate U Give by An…

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Share Your Hamilton Watch Parties with Us!

Are you planning a Hamilton watch party? Tag us in your party pics using the hashtag #HamilfilmWatchParty for a chance to be featured on our site!

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Black Theatre United Will Host Chat with Audra McDonald and NAACP Legal Defense Fund's Sherrilyn Ifill

On July 9 (6:30pm EDT), Black Theatre United founding member and moderator Audra McDonald will join Sherrilyn Ifill (President of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund) in conversation for Black Th…

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George Street Playhouse Receives NEH CARES Act Economic Stabilization Grant by BroadwayWorld

George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick, NJ has received a CARES Act economic stabilization grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities to create the Digital Humanities Teaching In…

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

Moving to the music at home with SummerDance by Irene Hsiao

Social distancing can't stop the beat for this beloved Chicago festival. Summer in the city usually means sultry nights of outdoor picnics, plays and concerts ga…

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Altar Boyz the musical announces Broadway cast reunion by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Producer Ken Davenport has announced that cast members from the Broadway run of Off-Broadway musical Altar Boyz are having a virtual reunion on 9 July. This post Altar Boyz t…

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Oliver Dowden meets with Andrew Lloyd Webber to test safe shows at the London Palladium, says "panto season is key"

UK Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden visited Andrew Lloyd Webber at the London Palladium to discuss ways to reopen theatres safely, the MP has revealed on Twitter.

Linked From London Theatre Direct at 01:20PM #LiveatFive with The Sharpe Family Singers by

We check in with everyone's favorite TikTok family, Sharpe Family Singers! 

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Christina Tippit Brown, Who Wrote for the Stage and for Stars, Dies at 94 by Paul Wontorek

Christina "Tina" Tippit Brown, writer, photographer, performer and longtime wife and collaborator of The Wiz librettist William F. Brown, died at her Westport, CT home on July 2. She was 94.…

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Sheila Lavu Announced as the John Gore Organization's New In-House General Counsel by

The John Gore Organization has announced Sheila Lavu as the new in-house General Counsel for the company, effective July 1. After seven years as General Counsel, Robert Brandon will now beco…

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Odds & Ends: Idina Menzel Among Stars Talking About Their Love of Disney in New Podcast & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Idina Menzel, Jessie Mueller & More Talk Disney on New Podcast  Idina Menzel, Jessie Mueller and Andrew Barth Feldman…

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Black Theatre United's Inaugural Event Features Audra McDonald & the NAACP's Sherrilyn Ifill by Lindsey Sullivan

Black Theatre United, a coalition that intends to elevate causes or overturn policies that target Black people in any community, will have its inaugural event, called Activating Black Artis…

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The Sharpe Family Singers on How a Broadway Love Story Turned into TikTok Fame by Caitlin Moynihan

If you're on the popular short-form video-sharing network TikTok, you've probably heard of the Sharpe Family Singers. With over 2.5 million followers and 41 million likes, the singing fami…

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And So We Come Forth: Nelson’s Apples Convene Under Zoom Stress by David Finkle

Jay O. Sanders, Maryann Plunkett, Laila Robins, Jane Murphy, Stephen Kunken at their viral best The post And So We Come Forth: Nelson’s Apples Convene Under Zoom Stress appeared first on N…

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And So We Come Forth: The Apple Family Seems Exhausted by Current Events by Michael Sommers

Richard Nelson's latest Rhinebeck drama offers a chat 'n' chew over interesting times The post And So We Come Forth: The Apple Family Seems Exhausted by Current Events appeared first on New…

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Watch Performances from Seussical JR., Hairspray JR., More in the Virtual Broadway Junior Student Finale by Logan Culwell-Block

The event from the Shubert Foundation, Music Theatre International, and the NYC Department of Education brings musical theatre to NYC public schools.

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Sergio Trujillo Will Talk Ain't Too Proud, On Your Feet!, More on The Broadway Q&A by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony-winning choreographer will answer your questions during the July 6 live stream.

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Qdos sets deadline on when to decide whether 34 pantomime shows will go ahead

The UK's biggest pantomime producer, Qdos Pantomimes, has set a deadline on when it will decide whether 34 of its Christmas pantomime productions this year will go ahead or be cancelled. If…

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

Geoffrey Rush: Trial By Media (A Drama In Ten Parts) by Artsjournal1

“This story is about reckless journalism. About one desperate Murdoch newspaper that sacrificed tried and true practice to grab a scoop. About the damage inflicted on two people, their fam…

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Premieres From Jeremy O. Harris, Theresa Rebeck and More Included in Red Bull Theater's SHORT NEW PLAY FESTIVAL

Red Bull Theater today announced the selections for their tenth annual festival of 10-minute plays of heightened language and classic themes, featuring two brand new commissions from Jeremy…

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A Theater-Within-A-Theater, Modeled On Shakespeare’s Globe, Will Divide Socially Distanced Patrons With Partitions by Artsjournal1

The Wilma in Philadelphia plans to construct and install what it’s calling The Wilma Globe. “It would be built within the current Wilma Theater and would place audience members, individu…

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Appeals Court Upholds Actor Geoffrey Rush’s Win Of Largest Defamation Award In Australian History by Artsjournal1

“Three Federal Court judges ruled that articles published by Sydney’s The Daily Telegraph newspaper in 2017 conveyed the imputation that Rush was a pervert and that the trial judge had c…

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Artist “Pirates” Ten Years Of Sotheby’s Data, Offers It As Art Online by Artsjournal

Paolo Cirio scraped over 100,000 auction records from the past ten years of Sotheby’s sales and is now offering digital reproductions of the auction lots for 1/100,000th of the price they …

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That Statue Of Teddy Roosevelt That’s Coming Down In New York? This Russian Collector Will Buy It by Artsjournal1

Andrei Filatov, a rail transport and investment magnate (who is also chairman of the Chess Federation of Russia), has offered to purchase the long-controversial statue in front of the Americ…

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Natural History Museum’s Removal Of Roosevelt Statue Is A Good First Step by Artsjournal

At a moment when the world’s museums are being called out for ingrained and unexamined inequalities, the American Museum of Natural History is one of the few to take decisive action. Art i…

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A TV Critic Considers The Most Compelling Villain On Our Screens This Summer: Karen by Artsjournal1

Hank Stuever: “As soon as one Karen flames out across the Internet, another apparently more unhinged Karen rises in her place. … Amid a culturally fractious and largely failed attempt to…

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Black Theatre United Announces Inaugural Event: Audra McDonald and Sherrilyn Ifill in Conversation by Dan Meyer

The six-time Tony winner will sit down virtually with the President of the NAACP Legal Defense Fund.

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The Phantom Wouldn’t Have To Hide In The Sewers If He Lived During Covid-19 Pandemic by Joe Patti

There is a piece on ArtsHacker I recently published dealing with a lot of the legal questions arts and cultural venues face when trying to make re-opening plans. You may be aware that people…

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VIDEO: Watch ALTAR BOYZ Casts Reunite to Sing a Heavenly 'I Believe'

Tony Award-winning Broadway Producer, Ken Davenport, announced a virtual reunion with the cast and creatives of Altar Boyz on July 9th at 8pm EDT on The Producer's Perspective Live. Susan Bl…

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Media and Entertainment Groups Call on Congress to Provide Pandemic Risk Insurance

Media and entertainment groups, including the Screen Actors Guild, Motion Picture Association, International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, NASCAR, the NFL and more, have penned a l…

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Faces of ITS: Patrick May by Keith Peacock

Washington Thespian says theatre gave him a place to belong The post Faces of ITS: Patrick May appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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How Sydney James Harcourt Brought LGBTQ Representation to ‘Hamilton’ by Matthew Wexler

"I knew that it was special. I knew that it was brilliant. I didn’t know that it would be a force in a cultural movement,” says Sydney James Harcourt of 'Hamilton.' The post How Sydney J…

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Nuffield Southampton Theatres to permanently close as UK arts crisis deepens by Chris Wiegand

Acclaimed cultural institution, once named ‘regional theatre of the year’, announces closure with 86 roles made redundant Nuffield Southampton Theatres (NST), a major cultural institutio…

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VIDEO: Watch Mandy Patinkin Tell the Story of Hearing 'Finishing the Hat' for the First Time

Mandy Patinkin recently joined Alex Ganza and Claire Danes to take part a Zoom conversation hosted by 92Y, discussing Homeland and so much more! 

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BingeWatch: Visible charts the highs and lows of gay life on TV

This Apple TV+ series is an impressive history of LGBTQ representation

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NEA Chairman Wishes CARES Act Provided More - 'The Demand is so Much Greater Than the Supply'

NPR has reported that while arts organizations are benefiting from CARES Act grants, 'the demand is so much greater than the supply,'

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Exclusive: Flip Through the Playbill Program for the Filmed Hamilton Performance by Logan Culwell-Block

Get ready for the July 3 Disney+ premiere with the program from the week the Tony- and Pulitzer-winning hit was filmed on Broadway.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Check Out The Public Theater's 2020–2022 Emerging Writers Group by Olivia Clement

Selected from over 500 applicants, the 10 playwrights will be in residence at the Off-Broadway theatre for two years.

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QUARANTUNES Zoom Concert Featuring Jennifer Hudson, Idina Menzel, and More Raises $867,767 For Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS

A Pride month edition of Quarantunes, a series of invite-only online concerts hosted by WME Partner Richard Weitz and his daughter Demi Weitz, raised $867,767 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fight…

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Karen Mason, Sharon McNight Among Teaching Artists for Singnasium by Andrew Gans

The education collaborative welcomes artists and singers of all levels.

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Back on Stage: Alhambra Theatre & Dining Talks its Return to Live Performances With CINDERELLA and More

Through our new interview series, we are checking in with theaters around the country who are bringing back live performances, talking to them about how they are doing so safely, what they a…

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Family-friendly show The Smeds And The Smoos to open at the Rose Theatre in Spring 2021 by Hira Desai

Award-winning production company Tall Stories' will be bringing The Smeds And The Smoos to life on stage in Spring 2021. Find out more here. The post Family-friendly show The Smeds And The …

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New York City Budget Cuts Arts Spending By Nearly 11%

The New York City budget that was announced on Wednesday has cut spending on cultural affairs by nearly 11%.

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In ‘Hamilton,’ Angelica Schuyler’s husband is called ‘not a lot of fun.’ Here’s his real story. by Guest Author

By Daryl Austin The hip-hop musical Hamilton is being released on Disney+ on Friday (July 3)—a full 15 months ahead of schedule—so you can watch the drama and all of its love stories and…

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NEW Altar Boyz Video and Our Reunion: Take II

Ok, boyz and girls. Now we’re really getting the band back together! Thank you for your patience as we rescheduled our previously announced Altar Boyz reunion – but we’re now set for …

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Olivier Winner Lesley Manville Will Play Princess Margaret in Final Season of The Crown by Dan Meyer

The stage and screen star will star opposite Imedla Stauton.

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Culture Secretary visits the London Palladium to test safety measures by Hira Desai

Culture Secretary, Olivier Dowden, today revealed on Twitter that he had been to visit Andrew Lloyd Webber at the London Palladium. Read more here. The post Culture Secretary visits the Lon…

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Lights go on at French museums with ‘Dark Suns’

The first opening at a major public gallery since lockdown is a show at Louvre-Lens exploring the colour black in all its forms

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Philadelphia's Wilma Theater Designs Socially Distanced Auditorium

The venue is inspired by Shakespeare's Globe.

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Original Into the Woods, Sunday in the Park With George Added to BroadwayHD

The beloved productions are streaming starting this month.

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McLean Community Center’s ‘Drive-Thru Drama’ maps out a new route for live theater by Thomas Floyd

The Alden Theatre’s “Small Change” is a hybrid of the drive-in and live performance.

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Alison’s House by Susan Glaspell (1931): Chosen by Committee Episode 13 by Phindie Podcasts

This week's episode talks about poetry, who art belongs to, and Emily Dickinson.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Queer Kids, Nerds and Sword Fights: It’s the Hot School Play by Elisabeth Vincentelli

“She Kills Monsters” is hugely popular in high schools and colleges. Even in lockdown, performers have found novel ways to make the battles come alive.

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Livestreaming Open Channels—a Caribbean Theatre Workshop from Santiago de Cuba & New Orleans

By . Estudio Teatral Macubá, CubaNOLA Arts Collective, Cuban and Caribbean Studies Institute at Tulane University present Caribbean Theatre Workshop: Open Channels which is a live learning …

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VIDEO: Watch Ben Rimalower and Daniel Nolen Talk Lady Bunny & More on 'Tuesday, Thursday'- Live at 10:30am

Today, Ben's 'All Beef Patti' is the 1998 Tony Award Nominations Best Featured Actress In a Play and Daniel's 'Who Do You Think You Are?' is Lady Bunny performing at the Pyramid Club. Tune …

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Weekly Roundup: Our Top Ten Theater TikToks of the Week - Mariah Rose Faith Sings ANASTASIA and More!

To all theater people out there who have suddenly found themselves spending endless amounts of time scrolling through TikTok... you are not alone! If you are a fellow theater nerd looking fo…

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VIDEO: Amanda Kloots Shares Her 'Ultimate Goal' for Husband Nick Cordero

Broadway actor Nick Cordero is still fighting for his life after being diagnosed with COVID-19. Cordero has spent three months in the hospital, and his wife, Amanda Kloots, says he's still c…

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HAMILTON Cast Album Returns to #1 Spot on the iTunes Chart

The Hamilton Original Broadway Cast Recording has returned to the #1 spot on iTunes' Top Albums chart, ahead of the musical's premiere on Disney+ tomorrow, July 3.

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Virtual Theatre Today: Thursday, July 2- Judy Kuhn, Conor McPherson and More

Today (July 2) in live streaming: Conor McPherson visits Meet the Makers, Judy Kuhn has a classic conversation and so much more!

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#SaveHackneyEmpire campaign raises £40k in the first week by Hira Desai

Within just one week of launching the #SaveTheHackneyEmpire campaign, the iconic venue has raised over £40,000 and hopes to reach £100k. The post #SaveHackneyEmpire campaign raises £40k …

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Broadway Actor Nick Cordero Likely To Need Double Lung Transplant, Says Wife Amanda Kloots by Greg Evans

Amanda Kloots, the wife of Broadway actor Nick Cordero, told CBS This Morning today that her husband will likely need a double lung transplant in his long recovery from COVID-19. “We think…

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Ken Curtis: Of Fields, Ford and Festus by Trav S.D.

I am old enough to remember Ken Curtis (1916-1991) as the kooky comic relief on Gunsmoke, as Matt Dillon’s deputy sidekick Festus. It’s rewarding to learn that he has a rich show biz ped…

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Review: Rush, Trafalgar Studios, BBC arts by Nina Cave

Review: Rush, Trafalgar Studios, BBC arts4.0StarsRush, written by Willi Richards, was meant to premiere at Trafalgar Studios this summer. The creative team managed to cast Omari Douglas and …

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‘Hearing others cheering, clapping & laughing transports you into a new realm’: TWELFTH NIGHT – The Maltings Theatre (Online review) by Shanine Salmon

Shakespeare. Theatre. Press Nights. These are all concepts we are familiar with, but in this unprecedented time of COVID-19 lockdown, for a moment we were unsure how theatre would survive.

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Hot Clip of the Day: This Schuyler Sisters Billy Joel Cover Has Us Helpless

We're spotlighting the sensationally talented original Broadway Schuyler Sisters. In July 2016 before Phillipa departed the production, the trio gathered in her dressing room for an a cappel…

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BEST OF THE DECADE: Favorite Scenic Designs by JK

Earlier this week, we named (what we thought, anyway) the Best of the Decade's projection design. That technical element is the newest in theatrical design. This week, we name our favorites …

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7 awesome Bay Area things to do over July 4th weekend by Randy McMullen, Jackie Burrell

You won't find live fireworks shows this July Fourth, but we have found plenty of other things to do this weekend, from 'Hamilton' to virtual parades.

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, July 2, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Violinist Ida Haendel Dead At 96 by Artsjournal1

“[She] enthralled audiences around the world with a combination of classical rigour and romantic warmth – the mix of ‘ice and fire … simply mind-blowing’ that one reviewer found in…

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What Ballet Companies Are Losing As They Cancel This Year’s ‘Nutcracker’s Is More Than Just Money by Artsjournal1

Sarah Kaufman: “Artistically, The Nutcracker is a big playing field where dancers can achieve breakthroughs, because over the unusually long run of performances, they are typically cast in…

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Has This Dealer Really Found A Long-Lost Frida Kahlo Painting? Probably Not by Artsjournal1

“Scholars in the work of surrealist Frida Kahlo have searched for more than six decades for The Wounded Table, a 1940 oil painting illuminating her pain over the breakup of her marriage to…

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Mean Girls Launches Summer Book Club Series With Angie Thomas' The Hate U Give by Dan Meyer

Tina Fey, Krystina Alabado, Chad Burris, Sabrina Carpenter, and more will sit down with the author in a virtual discussion.

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Checking In With… 4-Time Oscar Nominee Marsha Mason, Star of The Goodbye Girl, Chapter Two, The Night of the Iguana, More by Andrew Gans

"I wake up in the morning and say a prayer of gratitude that real change is happening in this country."

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Micaela Diamond and Nathan Salstone Will Perform an Online Birthday Celebration Concert August 2

Micaela Diamond (The Cher Show, Jesus Christ Superstar Live) and Nathan Salstone (Harry Potter and the Cursed Child) have been stuck together for four months straight, still madly in love, a…

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Broadway Catch Up: July 2 - Patti LuPone, Telly Leung, Ali Stroker, 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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Mandy Patinkin Shares the Story Behind Hearing Sunday in the Park With George's ‘Finishing the Hat’ for the 1st Time by Ruthie Fierberg

During a Zoom panel for the 92Y, the Homeland star and Tony winner recalls a night with Stephen Sondheim.

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Oliver Dowden Meets With Andrew Lloyd Webber at the London Palladium to Test Safety Measures

Oliver Dowden, Secretary of State for Digital, Culture, Media and Sport, has shared photos on Twitter of a meeting that recently took place between himself, Webber, and Public Health Englan…

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Livestreaming a performance of EXEUNT

By . REACTOR presents EXEUNT livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at on Thursday 30 July 2020 at 20:00 EEST (Cluj-Napoca, UTC +3) / 18:…

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Nanny dearest: Kelly O’Sullivan on her prizewinning film Saint Frances

The actor and writer talks about portraying a woman who bonds with a child but isn’t ready to become a mother

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

France Offers Tax Credit For New Subscriptions To Newspapers And Newsmagazines by Artsjournal1

“Deputies voted to allow a one-off deduction of up to €50 (£45) to households subscribing for the first time, and for at least 12 months, to a newspaper, magazine or online news service…

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Black Theatre Collective Pens Open Letter to British Theatre, Calling For Industry-Wide Reform

The newly-formed Black Theatre Collective has penned an open letter to British Theatre, demanding industry-wide reform in the areas of diversity and inclusivity.

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Cate Blanchett Jokes That 'Human Condoms' Could Be Used as a Safety Measure in Theatres

Cate Blanchett has jokingly suggested some interesting methods of safety to move forward with theatrical productions amidst the health crisis.

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Which Moment in Hamilton Is Lin-Manuel Miranda Most Excited for Audiences to Experience on Disney+? by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Creator and star Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Thomas Kail reflect on Hamilton's journey to the small screen.

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The Noel Coward Foundation donates further £65,000 to support theatre organisations by Hira Desai

The Noel Coward Foundation has donated further funds to support theatre organisations including the Bush Theatre, the Royal Exchange Theatre and more. The post The Noel Coward Foundation do…

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Birdsong review – innovative lockdown staging of Faulks’s war saga by Arifa Akbar

Available onlineThis socially distanced adaptation of Sebastian Faulks’s novel cleverly moves between times and places, with only an author narration striking a wayward note The story and …

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Manchester’s Royal Exchange Theatre looks at making 65 percent of staff redundant by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Manchester's Royal Exchange Theatre has revealed today that up to 65% of staff at the theatre may face redundancy as a result of COVID-19. This post Manchester’s Royal Exch…

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‘Hamilton’ Review: Did the Hit Musical Throw Away Its Shot on Disney+? by David Cote

Despite the insane popularity of the brand, delivering an equally great small-screen 'Hamilton' was never a slam dunk.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, July 2, 2020 by Ashley Steves

“Take Me Out” Bumps Up Its Opening To Spring 2021, Cast Announced For “Songs for a New World” Virtual Production, Megan Hilty Sings “Rainbow Connection” “Today on Broadway” i…

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Column: How do you convince people they’re safe inside? In the 1920s, the Uptown Theatre had some cool ideas. by Chris Jones

How do you convince people they’re safe inside? The Uptown Theatre had some cool ideas

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Masks On in a Near-Empty Hall: Germany’s Theaters Return by A.j. Goldmann

Playhouses are finding ways to keep drama going, despite coronavirus restrictions.

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Lauren Patten Talks JAGGED LITTLE PILL, FUN HOME, Pride, and More on Backstage LIVE With Richard Ridge

Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! On July 1, he chatted with Jagged Little Pill star Lauren Patten!

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Almanac: Susan Sontag on depression by Terry Teachout

“Depression is melancholy minus its charms—the animation, the fits.” Susan Sontag, Illness as Metaphor Continue reading Almanac: Susan Sontag on depression at About Last Night.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Bed Among The Lentils, Talking Heads, BBC iPlayer ✭✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Lesley Manville in Alan Bennett's Bed Among The Lentils presented as part of the Talking Heads series now showing on BBC iPlayer. This post REVIEW: Bed…

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Wake Up With BWW 7/2: Read the Reviews For HAMILTON on Disney+, and More!

Today's top stories: read the reviews for Hamilton on Disney+, a virtual production of Songs For a New World has been announced starring Rachel John, Ramin Karimloo, Cedric Neal, and Rachel …

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Black Theatre Collective calls for industry reform – not 'empty gestures' by Lanre Bakare

Newly formed group sends open letter to UK theatres , suggesting five measures to make the industry more inclusive More than 400 actors and theatre figures, including Paapa Essiedu, Clarke P…

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‘This is a play that certainly repays interest’: JANE CLEGG – Finborough Theatre by Aleks Sierz

A rediscovered Edwardian problem play gives a clear picture of marriage and morals in a bygone era.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Theatre Lockdown Special 12: An American rarity, a British savoury, and fresh Apples by Matt Wolf

Nigel Slater is back, as is Richard Nelson's Apple family for a second time via Zoom Can this weekly lineup really now be three months old?  As we move towards at least some degree of rela…

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Bathurst Winter Festival Illuminations: Turn by Arts Review

Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and ESEM Projects are delighted to present a new animation work by local art and design duo WBYK (Sonny Day and Biddy Maroney) as part of the 2020 Bathurst Wint…

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10 things to do in Boston this 4th of July weekend by Kevin Slane

Virtual fireworks, Black Lives Matter vigils, and more events in the Greater Boston area this July 4 weekend.

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Birdsong, The Original Theatre Company online review – a gutsy experiment by Laura De Lisle

Socially distanced version of Sebastian Faulks novel clips along at a fair pace Birdsong, Sebastian Faulks’ best-selling First World War novel, has been adapted quite a few times in its t…

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Hansel & Gretel will magically transport children these school holidays by Sally Wright

I was seriously excited when I first read that Opera Queensland and shake & stir theatre co would be presenting their

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Sydney Opera House: Let’s Go On With The Show by Arts Review

An evening of musical theatre in support of the Australian performing arts industry, the Sydney Opera House presents Let’s Go On With The Show – a vibrant showcase of live performance, i…

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REVIEW: The Outside Dog, Talking Heads, BBC iPlayer ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Alan Bennett's The Outside Dog starring Rochenda Sandall as part of the Talking Heads season on BBC iPlayer. This post REVIEW: The Outside Dog, Talking…

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“Live” But Not Too Lively: Auction Torpor (not Fever) at Sotheby’s Evening Sales by Artsjournal1

Sotheby’s “LIVE GLOBAL AUCTION EVENT” was, per yesterday’s post-sale press release, “an unprecedented live-streamed event, with banks of telephone-bidding colleagues beamed in from…

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

How The Anthropologists Theatre Engage With Historical Figures To Promote Pro-Social Action Today by Megan McCormick

Relevant, engaging, creative, and action-inciting work is always being produced at The Anthropologists – a theater company dedicated to devising performances that ask questions and promote…

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The kids are alright: young adult post-disaster novels can teach us about trauma and survival by Arts Review

COVID-19 is changing the way we live. Panic buying, goods shortages, lockdown – these are new experiences for most of us. But it’s standard fare for the protagonists of young adult (YA) …

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Black Swan launches Unsung Heroes – A Digital Festival of Western Australian Stories by Arts Review

In response to COVID19 and the social distancing restrictions on mass gatherings, Black Swan State Theatre Company is launching its new digital platform, Black Swan Home Theatre – a compan…

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We’ve Seen White American Theatre by Betty Shamieh

By Betty Shamieh. Betty Shamieh offers a response to the “We See You, White American Theater” open letter as a non-Black American of color.

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

Queensland Theatre is keeping theatre alive by Peter J Snee

Queensland Theatre’s free online event, PLAY CLUB continues with the reading of  After Dinner by Andrew Bovell, with Daniel Evans

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What's Streaming? Hamilton on Disney Plus; Lorraine Hansberry's Les Blancs Streams

Plus, find out what other shows are streaming throughout July, including Hershey Felder in Beethoven.

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Hamilton 2020 Quiz by New York Theater

As you might have heard, a filmed version of the Broadway musical “Hamilton” — live-captured from the stage of the Richard Rodgers Theater in 2016, and featuring the original Broadway …

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Thursday, July 2, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Sydney James Harcourt Joins Joins Six Appeal for A Capella HAMILTON Cover

Six Appeal Vocal Band and Hamilton original Broadway member, Sydney James Harcourt have teamed up for an a capella take on 'History Has its Eyes On You.'

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‘The auction of the future is here’

Sotheby’s makes leap with digital auction; rumours swirl around Art Basel; Lévy Gorvy to open in Paris

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Lorraine Hansberry's Les Blancs Begins Streaming July 2 by Dan Meyer

The 2016 London staging stars Danny Sapani, Gary Beadle, and Tunji Kasim.

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What 28 Dance Artists & Companies Have Been Getting Up To Lately by The Dance Enthusiast

What 28 Dance Artists & Companies Have Been Getting Up To Lately

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