Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: WEST SIDE STORY's Rachel Zegler Sings 'The Beauty Is' from THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA

Rachel Zegler, star of the upcoming West Side Story film remake, took to Twitter tonight to share a lovely rendition of the song, 'The Beauty Is' from Adam Guettel's The Light in the PIazza.…

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Deepfake technology unlocks real stories of LGBTQ persecution in Welcome to Chechnya by Arts Review

Welcome to Chechnya, screening online as part of MIFF 68½, is a bracing documentary. This film is part of a queer trilogy of sorts for filmmaker and investigative reporter David France, wh…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Geelong Arts Centre delivers boost to local creatives through $16,000 in grant funding by Peter J Snee

Geelong Arts Centre has announced a package of grants through its Creative Engine program to benefit artists and creatives working

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

New concert series brings Music @ The Maj by Peter J Snee

Adelaide Festival Centre is welcoming more audiences back to Her Majesty’s Theatre with today’s announcement of a new concert series

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Top Broadway producer Scott Rudin sued for outstanding bills to ad agency by Ian Mohr

Theater ad agency SpotCo alleges Rudin hasn’t paid his bills.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Queensland Theatre hits the road on regional Queensland tour by Peter J Snee

Over the past two months (yep, during lockdown) 86 schools across Queensland have taken part in the 8-week digital unit,

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Uganda’s Creative Industry Under Siege Again by Sylver Kyagulanyi

The entertainment or creative arts industry is as old as humanity. It is one of the ways through which people demonstrate ingenuity and craft to make our lives more beautiful and worthwhile …

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Five reasons to enjoy live entertainment by Sarah Johnson

Next time your debating whether the time and money of going to the theatre are worth it, you might want

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Federal Government releases creative economy grant guidelines by Arts Review

The Federal Government has released the guidelines for the Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) Fund and the Sustainability Fund ahead of the formal call for applications on 31 Au…

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aMBUSH Gallery in Partnership with Kambri at ANU seek entries for The Hero’s Journey by Arts Review

aMBUSH Gallery, in partnership with Kambri at ANU, is seeking works from Australian-based visual artists, graphic designers, and digital agencies for their upcoming poster prize and exhibiti…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Japan’s Geisha Struggle to Preserve Tradition Under Shadow of Coronavirus by Daily Sabah

The ancient Japanese art of geisha is now facing a crossroads that requires the centuries-old tradition of entertainment to adapt to a world that functions under the rules of social distanci…

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How Data Fueled The Progressive Era by Artsjournal

Statistics in the Progressive Era were more than mere signs of a managerial government’s early efforts to sort and categorize its citizens. The emergence of statistical selves was not simp…

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Irish Repertory Theatre’s ‘Love, Noël’ pays tribute to ‘The Master’ Noël Coward by Deb Miller

After the sold-out run of the Irish Repertory Theatre’s world-premiere Off-Broadway production of Love, Noël in the summer of 2019, the show has returned in a re-imagined digital reprise …

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

‘A Quick 5’ with Caroline Bowman by Mark Beachy

Broadway superstar Caroline Bowman is a native of Howard County, Maryland.  A graduate of Glenelg High School in 2006, Bowman attended Penn State University where she graduated with a Bache…

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Broadway Brainteasers: Leslie Odom Jr. Jumbles!

Today, we're bringing you some word jumbles based on the multi-faceted career of Tony Award-winner, Leslie Odom, Jr.!

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La Mama Announces 20-21 Season: ‘Breaking It Open’ by Matthew Wexler

La Mama returns for its 59th season with an unprecedented schedule of programming that's pushing artist boundaries through technology and form. The post La Mama Announces 20-21 Season: ‘Br…

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Watch: Highlights From Week 4 of Playbill’s Search for a Star Contest by Dan Meyer

Take a look at the video auditions we’re loving before the Top 10 are announced August 20.

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WarnerMedia Lays Off Hundreds by Artsjournal

Impacted staffers begun being informed about the cuts at roughly 10:30 a.m. PT. Approximately 650 people at Warner Bros. are expected to be let go, according to people familiar with the matt…

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The Wellness Trap by Artsjournal

Once we realize that we cannot find lasting happiness through relying on outer things, we might turn to meditation, but now a new problem can arise. Many people today are drawn to meditation…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Kamala Harris Chosen as Biden’s Running Mate. by New York Theater

Joe Biden has picked Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate. Biden’s reasoning, and below that, some immediate reactions: Biden on Harris: “I’ve decided that Kamala Harris is the be…

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VIDEO: Max Von Essen Visits Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge- Thursday at 12pm!

Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! Tune in right here Thursday, August 13 (12pm ET), as he chats with the multi-t…

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"That Is A Definite Silver Lining" by Mo Brady

from Broadway Roulette …

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In the News: Porchlight Will Honor Joel Grey, Dianna Agron and More Perform New Works From Playwriting Competition, More by Andrew Gans

Plus: Watch a clip from Sutton Foster's upcoming appearance on What Would You Do?.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

La MaMa Announces 2020-21 Season at Intersection of Live and Virtual by American Theatre Editors

Artist residents for its 59th season include Philip Glass, Murielle Borst-Tarrant, Great Jones Repertory, Split Britches, Jerome Ellis, Yoshiko Chuma, and more.

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Rudy Giuliani Being Sued By His Art Advisor by Artsjournal

In November 2019, Miller Gaffney invoiced a total of $27,300 for her services appraising the estranged couple’s fine and decorative art collections in order to determine their market value…

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Odds & Ends: Steve Martin & Martin Short Team Up for Comedy Series & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Steve Martin & Martin Short Set for Only Murders in the Building Comedy legends Steve Martin and Martin Short will star…

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Great – Time To Practice! But A Musician Gets Restless… by Artsjournal

“Some days, I think this glut of time is an offering. More often, however, it’s a force-feeding. To have ideas, you need constraints, which for us were the auditions, rehearsals and perf…

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La MaMa’s New ‘Breaking It Open’ Season Offers Hybrid Residencies to Philip Glass, Shauna Davis, More by Ryan McPhee

The 2020–2021 season will explore how new works are created, performed, and experienced during a pandemic.

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LaNeshe Miller-White Named Executive Director of Theatre Philadelphia by American Theatre Editors

The local producer/performer will helm the city's marketing and leadership organization.

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DC horror stage producer turns to Edgar Allan Poe radio dramas, “visual landscapes for your ears” by Keith Loria

DC fans of theatrical horror, the often grisly Grand Guignol-style, will remember Molotov Theatre Group and its co-founder, actor/director Alex Zavistovich, who got them hooked. Molotov’s …

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Bill Berloni Shares Backstage Secrets Behind 5 Iconic Animal Performances, From Annie to The Crucible by Ruthie Fierberg

The famed animal trainer reveals his tricks for Bruiser’s barks in Legally Blonde, Sandy’s trailing in Annie, and more.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Lawrence Leritz Pens Personal Remembrance About Tony Charmoli by Lawrence Leritz For Broadwayworld.com

Multi-hyphenate performer Lawrence Leritz has penned a personal remembrance about Tony Charmoli, who passed away on August 7th at the age of 99.

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Judit Reigl, Painter Who Abandoned Breton And Surrealism For Abstraction And The Human Body, Dead At 97 by Artsjournal1

It was only a short time after Breton gave her her first solo show in Paris that she left the artistic movement he spearheaded, developing a muscular, energetic approach to abstract art. Rou…

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In Two Renditions, ‘Dutchman’ Speaks to the Moment by Maya Phillips

A Seeing Place Theater production and a Play-PerView reunion reading by the 2007 Cherry Lane Theater cast bring out different aspects of Amiri Baraka’s famous play.

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UK’s Summer Theatres Work Through, Around, And With COVID Restrictions by Artsjournal1

A stage on the beach in Brighton with audience groups at picnic tables. A solo show in a Belfast shopping mall and another amid the Narnia sculptures in C.S. Lewis Square. And, of course, op…

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Chicago Jazz Impresario Joe Segal, 94 by Artsjournal

For more than 70 years, starting in 1947 as a student at Roosevelt University, Segal presented the world’s greatest jazz musicians in rented hovels, rundown showrooms, dilapidated hotels a…

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Major Layoffs At DC Comics by Artsjournal

Roughly one third of DC’s editorial ranks are being laid off, according to sources. Insiders also say the majority of the staff of the streaming service DC Universe has been laid off, a mo…

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Back to School Digital Theatre Workshops Will Focus on Teaching Theatre Online by Logan Culwell-Block

The professional development program from Broadway Teaching Group will give arts educators tools for teaching theatre during a pandemic.

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It’s Live! A Socially Distant Group Hug: “Godspell” by Philip

“Not to put any pressure on you, but the entire American theater is depending on you to be smart.” Thus spoke Kate Shindle, president of Actors Equity, to the cast of “Godspell,” the…

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4 Terrific Kyle Taylor Parker Broadway Soul Covers Ahead Of New Album

Kyle Taylor Parker, of Kinky Boots and Smokey Joe's Cafe, will be releasing Broadway Soul, Vol. 2 and we are loving his Broadway Soul covers of some musical theatre classics.

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Can You Name These Musicals From Their Dynamic Duos? by Marc J. Franklin

Test your theatre knowledge.

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How I Got My Kids Into Theater: Online Shows That Put Them to Work (and Play) by Alexis Soloski

Immersive productions — from a wizardly treasure hunt to tall tales by phone or email — keep a young audience both entertained and active.

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Audra McDonald, Rachel Brosnahan, More Bring Covenant House’s Stage and Screen Sleep Out Online by Ryan McPhee

The virtual event, aimed at supporting young people facing homelessness, will also feature upcoming West Side Story stars Ariana DeBose and Rachel Zegler.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

'Be An #ArtsHero' Calls for $43.85 Billion in Relief; Letter to Senators of the 116th Congress Reaches Nearly 10,000 Signatures

'Be An #ArtsHero,' an intersectional grassroots campaign to get the U.S. Senate to pass emergency Arts relief, has built a sector-wide coalition calling for Congress to allocate proportionat…

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RIP Raymond Allen by Trav S.D.

Just got the news from TMZ that African American comic actor Raymond Allen (b. 1929) has passed on. From Kansas City, Missouri, Allen garnered his first film credit at the young age of 17 i…

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Check Out Artwork From the BroadwayWorld Remix Heathers Challenge!

In BroadwayWorld Remix, we want our readers to make their own art for a particular show. This week's show is Hamilton!

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VIDEO: Kelli O'Hara Stars in the Trailer for THE ACCIDENTAL WOLF

Kelli O'Hara stars in an updated and reimagined version of The Accidental Wolf, which has been picked up by Topic!

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Jeremy Pope, Keala Settle, Lena Hall, Jeremy O. Harris and More to Take Part in OASIS: A VIRTUAL VARIETY SHOW

The Ali Forney Center, the nation's largest LGBTQ teen and young adult homeless shelter and services organization, will present its 11th annual Oasis: A Virtual Variety Show summer benefit …

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Brown/Trinity Names Sophia Skiles Head of Acting by American Theatre Editors

Brown University will welcome Skiles to the department of Theatre Arts and Performance Studies in the fall of 2021.

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The Space In Between … by Fountaintheatre

by France-Luce Benson A few days ago, a friend and I were discussing the concept of Liminal space, moments in life where you experience the pain and discomfort of being on the threshold of c…

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VIDEOS: Ahead Of Her Concert This Week, Take a Look Back at Lena Hall's Career

Before her Obsessed: Alanis Morissette concert, we're looking back at the journey of her career. Let's start at the beginning!

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City Theatre Announces Updated 2020-21 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Pittsburgh company will present a drive-in festival, virtual content, and live productions.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)


The more the actor wishes to amuse his audience, the more the audience will sit in comfort waiting to be amused, . . . not even trying to play its part in the play on the stage before it.  …

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Online This Week: Theatre You Can Click On by American Theatre Editors

Offerings this week range from Noël Coward to the avant-garde, from kids' theatre to a virtual fringe fest.

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Hats Off! Two-Time Tony Winner Bryan Cranston Shares His COVID-19 Experience & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Two-time Tony winner Bryan Cranston is feeling better after being diagnosed with COVID-19 in the spring. "We were very lucky," he said, referring to himself and his wife. "So many people are…

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Rob McClure, Lesli Margherita, Celia Rose Gooding & More Join Andrew Barth Feldman's Broadway Whodunit? by Lindsey Sullivan

As previously announced, former Broadway.com vlogger and Dear Evan Hansen star Andrew Barth Feldman has created Broadway Whodunit?, a virtual murder mystery series in which Broadway stars ar…

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Martha Graham’s ‘Lamentation’ Is Just The Piece We Need In The Time Of COVID by Artsjournal1

Dana Naomy Mills: “The theme of the universality of grief, as well as the tension of confinement and expansion that echo throughout Graham’s performance, acquire a double meaning by bein…

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Five Musicians Talk About Diversity In Chicago Orchestras by Artsjournal

One solution that all five instrumentalists opposed was changing the orchestral world’s blind audition process in which candidates try out behind curtains or screens. In a July article in …

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LA Dance Project’s App Has Turned Into A Source Of Revenue by Artsjournal

The LADP app takes this experience of live-streamed classes to a new level by packaging this professional-grade instruction with a sneak peek into the company’s rehearsals and performances…

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Enjoy an outdoor Shakespeare dining experience this month by Hira Desai

Enjoy a magical open-air evening of Shakespeare and delightful dining from Thursday 20 August - Sunday 23 August in Northwood, just outside of London. The post Enjoy an outdoor Shakespeare d…

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The real problem with the military-entertainment complex

From targeted recruitment to games used to treat PTSD, the ties between warfare and commercial gaming grow ever stronger

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

For Greece’s theatres, the coronavirus is a tragedy by Niki Kitsantonis - The New York Times

Even if closed theatres reopen in the fall, the social distancing rules that they will most likely have to introduce will mean greatly reduced ticket sales — and state subsidies on their o…

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Rainbow High at the Casa Rosada: A Glossary of Evita Lyrics by Andrew Gans

A guide to the Tony-winning musical by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

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Putting It Together - Gentlemen of George Street, Part 1

In this week's episode of "Putting It Together," Artistic Director David Saint chats with some of your favorite gentlemen from the George Street stage. Join John Bolger, Ryan George, and Arm…

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In Denver: Without Live Music, Who Are We? by Artsjournal

More than halfway through Denver’s bizarre, unprecedented Summer of No Music, an increasing amount of people — artists and fans alike — are wondering: Without live music, who are we? …

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The Man Who Translated The Entire Talmud Is Dead At 83 by Artsjournal1

Rabbi Adin Steinsaltz wrote more than 60 books on subjects from philosophy to zoology, including a classic on the Kabbalah. But his major achievement is what he called his “hobby”: a 45-…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:32PM

Watch Now: BD Wong Sings “I Miss New York” by Broadway Direct

Here's a first look at "I Miss New York" from Songs from an Unmade Bed, premiering at 8 pm Eastern on Monday, August 10, as a benefit for Broadway Cares’ COVID-19 Emergency Assistance Fund…

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VIDEO: Watch the Trailer for Radio Free Birdland Premiere Starring Max von Essen

Our Radio Free Birdland Concert Series with Birdland Jazz premieres this week with Max von Essen!

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HAMILTON on Disney+ Beats Out Netflix Programs in July

The Hamilton film on Disney+ had an audience that was far bigger than anything on Netflix in July

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Joel Grey (virtually) headlines PorchlightPalooza by Catey Sullivan

The 88-year-old musical theater icon talks about staying home—and coming out. Back in early March, Broadway icon Joel Grey, 88, was finalizing his plans to vis…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

In City Theatre's new season, all the world's a (drive-in) stage by Maria Sciullo / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

City Theatre’s new season will open in September with shows at the Drive-In Community Arts Festival in Hazelwood Green.

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Hot Clip of the Day: The Heartbreaking Viola Davis "What About My Life?" FENCES Master Class Monologue

On August 11th, one of the finest actors of our generation was born - Viola Davis. Her talent shines so brightly on stage, television ("How to Get Away with Murder"), film (Doubt and The Hel…

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Tony Charmoli Dies: Three-Time Emmy-Winning Choreographer For TV & Broadway Was 99 by Greg Evans

Tony Charmoli, a leading television and Broadway choreographer and director who won three Emmy Awards from the 1950s through 1970s and worked with stars from Mitzi Gaynor and Shirley MacLain…

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VIDEO: Laura Benanti Sings 'Somebody Somewhere' From THE MOST HAPPY FELLA As Part of Encores! Archives

New York City Center has released its latest Encores Archives video! The video features Laura Benanti singing 'Somebody Somewhere' from Encores! production of The Most Happy Fella in 2014.

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Theatrical licensor Music Theatre International (MTI) announced the acquisition of the World Premiere digital musical A Killer Party: A Murder Mystery Musical for licensing to theatrical org…

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VIDEO: Watch the Chers of THE CHER SHOW Reunite on STARS IN THE HOUSE- Live at 8pm!

Stars in the House continues today (8pm) with the 3 'Chers' from The Cher Show: Stephanie J. Block, Micaela Diamond, and Teal Wicks.

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Color-Blind Casting Is Not The Solution — We Need Color-Conscious Casting by Artsjournal1

That’s the argument being made by a growing number of nonwhite actors and observers such as critic Diep Tran: “Color-blind casting is dangerous in the same way the phrase: ‘I don’t s…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 11:18AM

Winners Announced For The 2020 BroadwayWorld Album Awards; BEETLEJUICE Wins Best New Broadway Cast Recording!

The people have spoken and the results are in for the 2020 BWW Albums/CDs Awards, recognizing the best releases from 2019 & 2020.

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How Can Online Journalism Get Ad Revenue Back? Maybe By Tossing Its Cookies by Artsjournal1

That’s what worked — shockingly well — when Dutch public broadcaster NPO tried it: when it eliminated cookies, and thus the means to target ads to particular users, revenue soared. Her…

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Music Theatre International Acquires Licensing Rights for Streaming Musical A Killer Party by Logan Culwell-Block

The murder mystery musical premiered earlier this month as a nine-episode streaming series.

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Watch recording studio footage of Kimberley Walsh singing 'Outta My Hands' from Sleepless: A Musical Romance

A new music video has been released of Kimberley Walsh performing 'Outta My Hands' from the upcoming new musical Sleepless: A Musical Romance. The show will start socially distanced, indoor…

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Tonight on the Livestream: TAKE 2!!! 4-Time Tony Award-Winning Producer, Dori Berinstein

Alright, let’s try this again! Tony Award winner, Dori Berinstein, was all set to appear on our livestream last week . . . until that little brat of a tropical storm played with the power,…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

'It's a Herculean effort': UK theatre festivals adapt for summer of Covid by Chris Wiegand

From Brighton to Belfast, socially distanced performances are popping up in unexpected spaces, including the beach, a shopping centre and a church ‘Dive in!” commanded the cover of Brigh…

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Mike Bartlett on Albion, Brexit and Covid: 'national identity is critical to coming out of this' by Arifa Akbar

The drama first staged after the EU referendum has taken on new relevance and is being broadcast by the BBC. Its creator reflects on the ‘emotional weight’ of Britishness Mike Bartlett…

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Choreographing on Stage and Screen With Joshua Bergasse by Logan Culwell-Block

The Emmy winner will talk On the Town, Smash, and more while answering your questions live on The Broadway Q&A from Playbill and The Growing Studio.

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Stars in the House Welcomes The Cher Show's Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, and Micaela Diamond August 11 by Andrew Gans

The daily series from Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley benefits The Actors Fund.

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Stars in the House Welcomes The Cher Show's Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, and Micaela Diamond August 12 by Andrew Gans

This episode of Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's series benefiting The Actors Fund had been originally scheduled to stream August 11.

Linked From Playbill at 10:34AM

Rob McClure, Lesli Margherita, Solea Pfieffer, Celia Rose Gooding, More Join Broadway Whodunit's Escape from Camp Erie by Dan Meyer

The virtual, interactive murder mystery series from Andrew Barth Feldman allows the audience to play detective.

Linked From Playbill at 10:32AM

EKP & Paines Plough announce shortlisted scripts for The Women’s Prize For Playwriting 2020 by Hira Desai

Find out who the 35 shortlisted scripts are for the inaugural The Women’s Prize for Playwriting 2020, with the winner to be announced this autumn. The post EKP & Paines Plough announce…

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Obie Award Winner Salome Bey Dies at 86 by Andrew Gans

Dubbed Canada's First Lady of the Blues, the singer toured the world with Andy & the Bey Sisters.

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World’s First Entirely Virtual, Entirely Interactive Art Museum Opens Aug. 14 by Artsjournal1

The Virtual Online Museum of Art (VOMA) …, curated by London-based art dealer Lee Cavaliere, will feature masterpieces on loan from international institutions such as Musée d’Orsay, Whi…

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General Manager Out At DC’s WAMU After No-Good, Very Bad Summer by Artsjournal1

“J.J. Yore … presided over big increases in revenue and membership since the Marketplace co-creator arrived at the public radio station in 2014, but the end of his tenure began with a pu…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:12AM

Kent Nagano At The Montreal Symphony: A Final Assessment by Artsjournal1

Arthur Kaptainis: “[He] managed to forge an entente with an orchestra still reeling from the public resignation of Charles Dutoit and a provincial government that took culture more serious…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:12AM

Virtual Theatre Today: Tuesday, August 11- with John Cariani, Teal Wicks and More!

Today (August 11) in live streaming: The Chers reunite on Stars in the House, John Cariani visits The Producer's Perspective, and so much more!

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’An inspired, interactive & family-friendly journey’: ALICE: A VIRTUAL THEME PARK – Creation Theatre (Online review) by Ian Foster

Doing the Macarena with the Queen of Hearts? But of course. Alice – A Virtual Theme Park does an excellent job of blending technical innovation with live theatre

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Review Roundup: Equity-Approved HARRY CLARKE at Barrington Stage - What Did the Critics Think?

Barrington Stage Company has officially opened its one man show, Harry Clarke, starring Mark H. Dold. Barrington Stage is one of two theaters in the country to have been given the greenlig…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:06AM

Play About Afghan Dancing Boys Withdrawn By Authors After Anger From Many Sides by Artsjournal1

“In 2017 [sic], two Americans attempted something unconventional … a musical about a subject even Afghans would consider too sensitive and unsettling — ‘bacha bazi‘ or ‘boy play…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:06AM

Broadway Catch Up: August 11 - HAMILTON Cast Members, Randy Rainbow, Olivia Newton-John, and More!

Check out yesterday's highlights from some of your favorites, including Hamilton cast members, Randy Rainbow, Olivia Newton-John, and more!

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VIDEO: Learn All About CANDIDE on IT'S THE DAY OF THE SHOW Y'ALL- Live at 1pm!

Need a new Broadway diversion to get you through the day? Check back today at 1pm to watch as BroadwayWorld's Spencer Glass broadcasts a very special episode of It's The Day of the Show Y'al…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Jordan Fisher Talks Mastering Choreography and Chemistry in New Netflix Movie Work It by Ruthie Fierberg

The Dear Evan Hansen, Hamilton, and To All the Boys... star talks about his latest dance feature.

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NEWS: #WeMakeEvents day of action takes place to symbolise the live events industry ‘going into red alert’ by Press Releases

On 11 August 2020 the organisers behind #WeMakeEvents day are planning for members of the live events and entertainment industry across the UK to come together in solidarity.

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Perfect Pairings Combines Broadway and Wine August 11 With Playbill Social Selects by Dan Meyer

Hosts and sommeliers Anna-Christina Cabrales and Brian Carl Long lead this event for theatre lovers and oenophiles.

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Philip Winchester Joins Playbill's Stream Stealers August 11 to Talk About Upcoming Rogue, Starring Megan Fox by Playbill Staff

The Strike Back and One Chicago star has deep roots in the theatre, co-starring opposite Ian McKellan in King Lear.

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BEST OF THE DECADE: 10 Favorite New Plays by JK

As we near the end of our Best of the Decade series, we recognize that we haven't seen nearly enough plays over the past ten years. But, for the most part, we enjoyed what we saw. That said,…

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British Authors Raised £1 Million To Help Fellow Writers Through The Pandemic. That Money’s Almost Gone. by Artsjournal1

“Almost £1m has been given out to nearly 700 authors since the end of March, to help those facing financial crisis through the coronavirus pandemic. But the Society of Authors has warned …

Linked From ArtsJournal at 08:06AM
Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Tamika Lawrence and Joey Contreras Are Part of August 11 Broadway Buskers Virtual Concert Series by Andrew Gans

Alice Ripley, Eisa Davis, Taylor Iman Jones, Adam Pascal, and more have joined the lineup for upcoming performances.

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, August 11, 2020 by Matt Tamanini

John Gore Org Lays Off 100, Mazzie & Danieley Concert to Stream, ‘Helpless’ & ‘Satisfied’ Side-by-Side “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitt…

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London's Lyric Hammersmith postpones Aladdin pantomime to 2021/22 season

Abu! We told you not to touch the forbidden treasure! It may seem like The Cave of Wonders has come crashing down on all of our holiday wishes, but the good news, at least, is that Aladdin …

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Vinegar Strokes: “If I didn’t have Drag Race, I’d be up the creek” by A Younger Theatre

Today we give you our 21st and FINAL episode in the AYT in isolation series… Can you believe it?! Here’s Drag Race UK star, Vinegar Strokes. He may have finished 8th on Rupaul’s Drag R…

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Lookback: on the importance of civility in public discourse by Terry Teachout

From 2010: To be gratuitously nasty in public discourse is like relieving yourself in a swimming pool. Even if nobody knows you did it, you still made the pool a dirtier place for everybody…

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Almanac: C.S. Lewis on the value of argument by Terry Teachout

“The very man who has argued you down will sometimes be found, years later, to have been influenced by what you said.” C.S. Lewis, Reflections on the Psalms Continue reading Almanac: C.…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Parallel musical universes? More lost continents? The early-music movement in New York explores an endless past by Artsjournal1

One stands back and marvels how horizons have kept expanding in the music before J.S. Bach, with modern premieres of 400-year-old works by names you’ve barely heard of — and leave you wa…

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VIDEO: Bryan Cranston and Jimmy Fallon Show Off Their Hats

Bryan Cranston appeared on last night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, where he took part in a hilarious bit about hats.

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VIDEO: Vote Proud Campaign Uses Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer Duet 'Enough is Enough'

A new campaign video is using the Barbra Streisand and Donna Summer duet, Enough is Enough!

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Video Flashback: Renee Elise Goldsberry, Christina Sajous, and Jen Sanchez Perform 'Natural High'

New York City Center has released its latest Encores Archives video! The video features Renee Elise Goldsberry, Christina Sajous, and Jen Sanchez, performing 'Natural High' from Encores! Of…

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ArtsBeat on Pioneer Valley Radio 8/11/20 by Mark G Auerbach

#ArtsBeat on Pioneer Valley Radio’s “Brad Shepard Todsy”. News about the new Valley Arts Mentors program, Hartford Stage, Goodspeed, Chester Theatre, and more. segment begins at 5:05

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Guest Piece: Eating Disorders in the Theatre by Admin

“Grow up, Heather; Bulimia is so ‘87.”  – Heathers the Musical. I wish that was the case, but it seems that eating disorders and disordered eating are on the rise in every demograph…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Blindness at the Donmar Warehouse by Emma Clarendon

The Donmar Warehouse has opened its doors to Blindness, a socially distanced sound installation based on José Saramago’s novel.

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Review: Alice, A Virtual Theme Park, Creation Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Alice, A Virtual Theme Park, Creation Theatre4.0StarsWhen was the last time you visited a theme park? Or a mirror cabinet? Or an immersive theatre performance? Alice, A Virtual Theme…

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Wake Up With BWW 8/11: HAMILTON Cast Members Will Reunite For HAM4CHANGE, and More!

Today's top stories: Hamilton cast members will reunite for a HAM4CHANGE fundraiser, and more!

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Helen Murray explores Britain’s empty theatres by Kitty Underwood

Theatre photographer Helen Murray travelled across the UK to capture a series of empty theatres. Check out her powerful tribute here! The post Helen Murray explores Britain’s empty theatr…

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REVIEW: Seth Rudetsky with Liz Callaway Online ✭✭✭✭✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews Liz Callaway and Seth Rudetsky in concert online presented as part of the Seth Rudetsky concert series. This post REVIEW: Seth Rudetsky with Liz Callaway…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

'Gloriously daft': Steve Martin at 75 by Sarah Silverman, Lucy Porter, David Baddiel and more by Paul Fleckney

He’s a master of slapstick, a surrealist clown, the don of comic film roles from Roxanne to The Jerk. As he turns 75, comics including Reginald D Hunter and Rose Matafeo pay tribute to the…

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David Hare play about coronavirus experience starring Ralph Fiennes to open this month by Isobel Lewis

Government's plan to reopen theatres was last month delayed until at least 15 August

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Celebrating 40 years of Artbank by Arts Review

One of the largest and most diverse collections of contemporary Australian art in the world, Artbank – the Australian Government’s unique visual arts support and access initiative is, i…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Awards shine a spotlight on Victorian Design by Arts Review

The Victorian Government is calling on the state’s design innovators to enter their ground-breaking projects for 2020 Victorian Premier’s Design Awards. Minister for Creative Industries …

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Ebrahim Alkazi (1925-2020): A Lodestar In India’s Arts Firmament by Gayatri Sinha

Alkazi was not just the father of modern Indian theatre, but a pioneer who pushed the frontiers for all the arts. In a tense moment in the play Tughlaq, the Arab historian Barani seeks to g…

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Theater J offers classes to help audience members embrace changes coming to area theatres by Tim Treanor

Changes which might come about in theaters once the plague is over may affect ways in which audiences see and experience the art. To prepare patrons for these changes, Theater J will be offe…

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“The Count” for Liberal Arts Colleges by Sharon Green, Landin Eldridge , Clare Harbin, Sungmin (david) Lee, Katie Stewart

By Sharon Green, Landin Eldridge , Clare Harbin, Sungmin (David) Lee, Katie Stewart. Sharon L Green and her research team—David Lee, Clare Harbin, Katie Stewart, and Landin Eldridge—disc…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Submissions now open for the National Jazz Awards by Arts Review

Presented as part of the Wangaratta Festival of Jazz and Blues, submissions now open for Australia’s prestigious National Jazz Awards, with this year, focussing on the voice. “This year …

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The Troth review – a beautiful, brutal tale of love and sacrifice by Lyndsey Winship

Available onlineFrom the carefree romantic opening to the confused carnage of the battlefield, Akademi’s production is full of emotional detail It’s 1888 when Lehna and Leela meet in an …

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Earn your Certification in Creative Placemaking this Fall by Artsjournal

NJIT's (New Jersey Institute of Technology) groundbreaking and highly respected Professional Certificate in Creative Placemaking will be conducted in virtual classroom format in Fall, 2020. …

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Mace Francis Orchestra celebrates 15 years with two big [band] shows by Arts Review

Fourteen of Perth’s finest musicians are celebrating 15 years of original Australian jazz music and togetherness as a big band with two birthday shows in August and October at The Goodwill…

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Tuesday, August 11, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Federal Government publishes guidelines for $75million RISE arts grant fund by Peter J Snee

The Federal Government has released guidelines for the $75million Restart Investment to Sustain and Expand (RISE) grant fund for the

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Freestyle Love Supreme’s Anthony Veneziale Talks Adaptation for Virtual Audience by Broadway Direct

When the We Are Freestyle Love Supreme documentary was released on Hulu last month, Freestyle Love Supreme conceiver and co-founder Anthony Veneziale, who’s known as “Two-Touch” and th…

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5 Questions with Miguel Cervantes of Hamilton by Broadway Direct

Miguel Cervantes is the current Alexander Hamilton in the Broadway production of Hamilton in New York. Prior to that, he has performed the title role in the Chicago production of Hamilton a…

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Broadway Songs for the Family by Broadway Direct

The love of musical theatre can start as early as you can remember. For some devoted fans, loving Broadway started in the early years, listening to Broadway cast albums with your family at h…

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Scene Through Wood — the Ashmolean’s engravings reflect changing times

The Oxford museum is digging creatively into its own storerooms for its new exhibition

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IMPRESSIONS: Kaatsbaan Cultural Park Summer Festival 2020 by The Dance Enthusiast

"When ABT principal Christine Shevchenko begins to dance, the rural backdrop fades away, and, once more, viewers feel the irresistible pull of Michel Fokine’s masterpiece, The Dying Swan,…

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The Dance Enthusiast's Social Distance Dance Video Series: Matthew Westerby shares "Notes from Afar" by The Dance Enthusiast

In The Dance Enthusiast's Social Distance Dance Video Series:  Matthew Westerby shares Notes from Afar : "The video I made was inspired by the fear of isolation in vast spaces far from wher…

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“How Can You Watch Wrestling?” Asks Theatre Fan Who Treats Musical Characters As If They Were Real by Broadway Beat

by Bradley Rabinowitz. @elbradto12. MINEOLA, NY - 32-year-old Tyler Michaels sparked controversy amongst his friend group recently when q...

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Look Back at Adam Chanler-Berat, Mj Rodriguez, Ephraim Sykes, and More in Rent Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The 2011 revival of Jonathan Larson’s Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened at New World Stages August 11, 2011.

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6 Lessons Choreographer Anabella Lenzu Learned from Adapting 3D Compositions to A 2D Screen by The Dance Enthusiast

6 Lessons Choreographer Anabella Lenzu Learned From Adapting 3D Compositions To A 2D Screen

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Visit Dance/NYC's Coronavirus Preparedness Resources by The Dance Enthusiast

Visit Dance/NYC's Coronavirus Preparedness Resources 

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DANCE NOW 25th Anniversary Season: The DANCE NOW Story (Chapter One) Release on September 10 by The Dance Enthusiast

The DANCE NOW Story will be told in six monthly chapters starting September 10, 2020 through May 2021.

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