Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

What Broadway Can Learn From The Record-Breaking TikTok Musical ‘Ratatouille’ by Lee Seymour, Senior Contributor, Lee Seymour, Senior Contributor

With the pandemic ongoing, crowdsourced musicals and platforms like TikTok point to a sea change in show business.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

QPAC back to 100% and SHREK extends his stay by Sean McLoughlin

In welcome news for Queensland audiences, from today the Queensland Performing Arts Centre (QPAC) will operate at 100% capacity and the

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Episode 35: “Sensory Abundance!”: or, Why We Are Hooked On Musicals by Bpn Admin Cs

Why are the great Musicals so unforgettable? Why do musicals have so much power and impact? How is it that they are able to live in our hearts and memories for a lifetime?

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

15 culture picks: Birdland benefit with Leslie Odom Jr., the Broad on Basquiat by Matt Cooper

Randy Rainbow, Wynton Marsalis and Elvis Costello support a storied jazz club. Musical fans are invited to a "Crazy Ex-Girlfriend" watch party.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

A Theatre of Marvels: What I Learned From Brecht and Weigel by American Theatre Editors

In this excerpt from André Gregory's 'This Is Not My Memoir,' he recounts his formative months at the Berliner Ensemble.

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Get a Burst of Broadway Joy as a Slew of Stars Perform 'Seasons of Love' & 'Let The Sunshine In' by Lindsey Sullivan

A bevy of Broadway stars united for the inauguration festivities. Stars in the House hosts Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley as well as director Schele Williams created the special video, gathe…

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DAY 4 RECAP of The TheaterMakers Challenge: Susan Blackwell, Laura Camien & Rodrick Covington, an ANNOUNCEMENT! and more!

This challenge is like a freight train! We just wrapped up Day #4 and got incredible tips on not only how to increase the amount of theater you make (even in a pandemic) but also how to make…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Actors’ Equity warns delay in vaccination efforts will hurt theater industry restart by Caitlin Huston

Actors’ Equity spoke out against stalled vaccinations in New York Thursday, saying a delay in vaccinations would lead to a delay in restarting the theater industry.  “New York City must…

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Actors' Equity: Delays In Vaccinations Further Damage The Arts Industry

Actors' Equity has released a statement in response to the news that New York City is not doing vaccine distribution today and has canceled over 23,000 vaccination appointments this week.

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John Leguizamo, Stephen Flaherty and More Pen Letters to Biden/Harris Administration as Part of ARTS WORKERS UNITE

Be An #ArtsHero & The Dramatists Guild of America released brand new “Dear Mr. President and Madam Vice President” letters as part of ARTS WORKERS UNITE: 100 Days of Art and Acti…

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Zoom Theatre at an HBCU: Doing the Pandemic Pivot by American Theatre Editors

Last fall we learned a new way to make theatre, not only with our students but with the audience and the community.

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Imagine U and Chicago Children's Theatre find ways to fight the winter blahs by Kerry Reid

They're bringing kids and families together through storytelling, crafts—and a viral 80s dance video. When the COVID-19 lockdown first hit in March, a lot of …

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

In the News: Danya Taymor and Travis Wall Win Callaway Awards, and a New Series of U.K. Musical Previews by Talaura Harms

Plus: Submissions are now open for Rhinebeck Writers Retreat residencies.

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Irish Reps Theatre @ Home Winter Festival begins on Tuesday, January 26! Featuring all nine of our Performances on Screen, from Molly Sweeney to The Weir to A Touch of the Poet, thi…

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VIDEO: Chita Rivera, Barrett Wilbert Weed & More Featured in 9th Episode of THE SIGNATURE SHOW

Signature Theatre has released the ninth episode of The Signature Show, a free half-hour digital experience featuring performances by acclaimed artists, interviews, celebration of new music…

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VIDEO: Inauguration Poet Amanda Gorman Gets a Special Message From Lin-Manuel Miranda on GOOD MORNING AMERICA

After reciting her poignant piece at yesterday's Inauguration, Lin-Manuel Miranda had a special message for National Youth Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman on Good Morning America today.

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Michelle Pfeiffer Joins Viola Davis in THE FIRST LADY

SHOWTIME has announced that Oscar and Emmy® nominee and Golden Globe® winner Michelle Pfeiffer (French Exit) will star as Betty Ford and Oscar, Emmy and Golden Globe winner Susanne…

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Watch the Powerful Music Video for Leslie Odom Jr.'s 'Speak Now' from One Night in Miami by Lindsey Sullivan

Tony and Grammy winner Leslie Odom Jr. is drumming up movie buzz with his performance in the Regina King-directed One Night in Miami, which is now available to view on Amazon. In addition t…

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CONTEST: Broadway Collections Photos by JK

If you're a regular reader of this site, you know we are big time collectors of all things Broadway. We are pretty sure many of you are, too. Perhaps, like me, you collect Playbills and wind…

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Gay Marshall Sings Leonard Cohen by Trav S.D.

Though it has been released and in my possession for a good little while I have held this plug for Gay Marshall’s most recent album ’til today for symbolic reasons. We first caught Gay…

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Odds & Ends: London's Les Misérables: The Staged Concert Cancels Performances & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Les Misérables: The Staged Concert Cancels February Performances London's Les Misérables: The Staged Concert has cancele…

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Hillary Clinton Recognizes the Costume Industry Coalition in Video Message by Jazz Tangcay

Secretary Hillary Hillary Rodham Clinton recorded a video message in support of the theater community, in which she recognized the Costume Industry Coalition (CIC). In the video, Clinton sha…

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Poet Amanda Gorman Goes From Inauguration Star to Internet Sensation by Todd Spangler

President Joe Biden and VP Kamala Harris ostensibly were the main attractions on Inauguration Day. But Amanda Gorman stole the show with her reading of uplifting poem “The Hill We Climb,…

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How COVID-19 led an L.A. troupe to reject Zoom theater for play-at-home games by Todd Martens

Shine On Collective pivoted from immersive theater to puzzle-box experiences during the pandemic. It's one example of how gaming is a growing aspect of new theater works.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Watch Leslie Odom Jr.'s Video for 'Speak Now' from ONE NIGHT IN MIAMI

Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. has released the music video for his latest single, 'Speak Now.' The song appears in the recently released film adaptation of 'One Night in Miami,' starring Odom …

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Virginia Rep Names Interim Co-Artistic Directors by Amelia Merrill

Katrinah Carol Lewis and Steve Perigard will share responsibilities for six months.

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Michael Park, Erika Henningsen, and More Join Andrew Barth Feldman's Sixth BROADWAY WHODUNIT Murder Mystery Event

Andrew Barth Feldman's Broadway Whodunit returns for the sixth installment titled 'The Sixth Mystery: A Theme Park Whodunit.'

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‘Moulin Rouge!’ — An Oral History Of A Broadway Smash Snuffed Out By Disease by Artsjournal1

“Set in fin de siècle Paris but supercharged by 75 pop songs, it opened to a rave from The New York Times (‘This one’s for the hedonists,’ exulted Ben Brantley), and it was regularl…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Story Pirates’ virtual ‘Sleep Squad’ launches kids into dreamland through February by Deb Miller

An award-winning leader in online entertainment for kids, with a #1 podcast that’s been downloaded more than 25 million times, NYC-based Story Pirates, in partnership with Tony-winning pro…

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Review: One Belfast Landmark Inspires Five Irish Monologues by Laura Collins-Hughes

The excellent program of short audioplays commissioned for “Under the Albert Clock” imagines the world in 2050.

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Wick Theater’s Costume Arm: All Dressed Up, Few Places To Go by Bill Hirschman

When the pandemic curtain came crashing down, Marilynn Wick’s largest wardrobe supplier in the nation saw its business evaporate and A Chorus Line shut down after one performance. But the …

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

The National Arts Club Presents an Online Conversation with Dame Judi Dench

The National Arts Club will present an online conversation with Dame Judi Dench on Wednesday, February 24 at noon (ET). In spring 1999, while Dame Judi Dench was earning a Tony Award in Amy…

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Broadway's Best Continue To Shine With The Seth Concert Series

Watch these 5 highlights of the 5 upcoming headliners of The Seth Concert Series!

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London Theatre News Today: Thursday 21 January by Kitty Underwood

Updates from all your favourite London shows and all the latest bits of news from theatreland - make sure you stay up to date with everything right here! The post London Theatre News Today: …

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Chester Theatre Co. Moves Summer 2021 Programming Outdoors by American Theatre Editors

The organization will partner with Hancock Shaker Village, a 750-acre living history museum, to present a summer slate under a tent.

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Share Your Story by Leah Ball

Four Reasons to Apply for Democracyworks The post Share Your Story appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

Ann Harada, Frenchie Davis, Nick Adams, More Set for Gay Men's Chorus' Harmony Concert by Andrew Gans

The annual Valentine's Day-themed fundraiser will stream on Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's Stars in the House.

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Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton Recognizes the Costume Industry Coalition by Michael Eddy

The Costume Industry Coalition (CIC) is honored to have the support of one of the theatre industry’s greatest champions: Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton. Here is that video message from S…

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Digital Ghost: The Modern Vignette Between Two Worlds. Ansky’s “The Dybbuk” on Zoom by Boris Sandler

This article has been translated from it’s original Yiddish by Vassili Schedrin The year 2020 withered away, a difficult, dramatic year with much sorrow and loss. People, however, do not g…

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Video Auditions Roundup: Million Dollar Quartet, Camelot, More Seeking Performers by Playbill Staff

Find your next job with self-tape audition opportunities for shows across the country.

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VIDEO: Will Chase Visits Backstage LIVE with Richard Ridge- Watch Now!

Watch as he chats with Broadway favorite Will Chase, whose debut short film, Dagger, is now available to watch on Vimeo.The 24-minute film was written and directed by Chase, and he stars in …

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

John Dayo-Aliya Named 2020-21 Nord Playwright Fellow by Amelia Merrill

Dayo-Aliya will develop his play 'Our Lady of Common Sorrows' through the fellowship.

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The Seth Concert Series Continues with More Broadway Stars by Matthew Wexler

Seth Rudetsky continues to flip through his endless Rolodex for another line-up of Broadway, film and television stars for the virtual Seth Concert Series. The post The Seth Concert Series C…

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Melissa Errico Reflects on the Finding the Music in a Turbulent Year

From Covid quarantining to Inauguration Day, Errico discusses music's promise of hope.

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Derek DelGaudio's Off-Broadway Magic Comes to Hulu; Find Out What Else Is Coming Up

Hershey Felder's Before Fiddler is coming; tickets are now available.

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Our Favorite Broadway Bernie Sanders Memes From Inauguration Day

The Senator from Vermont becomes a delightful meme.

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Watch: Original Rent Stars and Broadway's Best Celebrate Biden-Harris With "Seasons of Love"

The video performance aired during the inauguration concert.

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Nick Adams, Ann Harada, John Tartaglia and More to Take Part in HARMONY Benefit Hosted by Seth Rudetsky & James Wesley

The New York City Gay Men’s Chorus, Youth Pride Chorus, and Tonewall today announced that HARMONY, the annual Valentine themed fundraiser supporting NYCGMC, Youth Pride Chorus, and Tonewa…

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Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda Surprise Poet Laureate Amanda Gorman With Sweet Video Message by Dan Meyer

The inauguration ceremony’s breakout star referenced Hamilton in her poem.

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Red Bull Theater Presents a REMARKABLE PODVERSATION With André De Shields

RED BULL THEATER today announced that its offerings will continue on Monday, February 1st at 7:30 PM with a RemarkaBULL Podversation: Tony Award-winning Actor ANDRÉ DE SHIELDS will join h…

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How to live like a Broadway star — for less by Jennifer Gould

Tony nominee's BK co-op down from original pre-pandemic ask of $2.75M.

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New Report: Audiences Want Vaccines and Masks Before They Return by American Theatre Editors

Other AudienceView findings: Many theatregoers would pay higher prices to offset lower capacity, though most aren't ready to go back till June at the earliest.

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Renee Fleming, Heather Headley, Cheyenne Jackson, Adam Pascal and More to Take Part in BROADWAY SMASHES COVID

Broadway Smashes COVID is going to be a star-studded evening of music and laughter with performances by Tony and Grammy Award winners, operatic icons, televisions celebrities and YouTube sen…

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New original song to appear in the Everybody's Talking About Jamie film

A new, never-before-heard song will feature in the upcoming film adaptation of Everybody's Talking About Jamie. The eagerly awaited movie based on the hit West End musical of the same name i…

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VIDEO: Hillary Clinton Shares Message of Support for the Costume Industry Coalition

The Costume Industry Coalition has the support of one of the theatre industry’s greatest champions: Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton.The costume industry is an essential but often unseen …

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Rose Brand Introduces its 2021 E-Catalog by Michael Eddy

In recognition of the changing work environment, Rose Brand introduces its 2021 Theatrical & Event Production Catalog in electronic format only. The e-catalog provides access to over 15,…

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Broadway Vet Exits Theater Career to Become a Teacher After COVID by Marc Malkin

Kate Elliott has been working in and around New York’s theater scene for about 20 years, after graduating from Boston University with a BFA in sound design and music. Most recently, she wa…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Leon Ames — And Rarely Misses by Trav S.D.

We love that America’s loveable new father figure took his oath of office on the birthday of Leon Ames (1902-1993), who played dads in Meet Me in St. Louis (1944), Little Women (1949),…

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Stars in the House Welcomes Director Schele Williams January 21 by Andrew Gans

Williams will join Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley to discuss the creation of their "Seasons of Love" and "Let the Sunshine In" inauguration mash-up.

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Broadway Stars Sing “Seasons of Love/Let the Sunshine In” for the Inauguration by Broadway Direct

Seasons of Love (Larsen) /Let The Sunshine In (Rado/Ragni/MacDermot) Producers: Seth Rudetsky, James Wesley and Schele Williams Director: Schele Williams Video Editor: Jabari Payne Sound Mix…

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(Sara Keating’s article appeared in the Irish Times, 1/16; Aisling O’Sullivan, Cathy Belton and Derbhle Crotty in The Approach by Mark O’Rowe. Photograph: Patrick Redmond.) It is the m…

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New 101 Dalmatians Musical Cancels Spring Premiere in Regent’s Park Open Air Season by Andrew Gans

Directed by Artistic Director Timothy Sheader, performances were scheduled to begin at the London venue May 15.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Thursday, January 21, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Watch Over 35 Broadway Stars Usher in a 'Season of Love' During Joe Biden-Kamala Harris Inauguration Celebration by Andrew Gans

Audra McDonald, BD Wong, Betty Buckley, Chita Rivera, James Monroe Iglehart, Leslie Uggams, and more performed a mash-up of "Seasons of Love" and "Let the Sunshine In."

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Steve Reeves Unbound by Trav S.D.

Before the homonymic Supermen George Reeves and Christopher Reeve, there was yet another muscle man to bear the suname on movie screens, a body builder who had held the title of Mr. America …

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A Dish of Master Rice by Trav S.D.

We have several reasons (four, to be precise) for being enthusiastic about little person Herbert Henry Rice (1887-1938), who was born on this day (January 21). The first is that he was born …

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Virtual Theatre Today: Thursday, January 21- with Will Chase, Danielle Brooks and More!

Today (January 20) in live streaming: an Inauguration Day special with the Chaos Twins and more!

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New Full & Part-Time Theatre Jobs in This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 1/21/2021

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 1/21/2021 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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West End Star John Owen-Jones Misses Live Theatre Like the Rest of Us by Dan Meyer

The Les Misérables alum discusses working on The Theatre Channel.

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Ep30 – Wesley Taylor & Isaac Powell: Broadway’s Darlings by Bpn Admin As

From Indoor Boys to Broadway to Josh also somehow wriggling his way into a 3-way with these two, a safe word is definitely needed. Just remember, Isaac may be beautiful, but he's equal parts…

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VIDEO: Go Inside the Making of the Broadway Inauguration Performance on Stars in the House- Live at 8pm!

Stars in the House continues tonight (8pm) with the making of the Broadway Inauguration Song. Join Seth and James as they chat about making the video with director Schele Williams and specia…

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‘Exploring difficult topics like addiction through drama can hoist warning flags’: ROSEGOLD / GOOD ENOUGH – [email protected] (Online review) by John Chapman

Donna Kay Yarborough and Ted McGrath are to be applauded for putting their monologues Rosegold and Good Enough about coming through the rigours of addiction online.

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Hot Clip of the Day: We Love The Guys and Dolls 1992 Broadway Revival "A Bushel and A Peck!"

It's National Hugging Day! No song more aptly conveys the sentiment than this Frank Loesser tune sung by Tony Award winner Faith Prince.

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Seattle restaurants and arts and culture institutions are hoping for a big boost in latest round of COVID-19 relief by Paul Roberts, Tan Vinh, Brendan Kiley and Michael Rietmulder

Tucked inside Congress’ latest round of small-business relief is some rare good news for restaurants, hotels and the performing arts — sectors that have been especially hard hit by COVID…

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‘A year ago, I would not have applied for this job’: Karine Ricard on becoming the first Black leader of a professional Francophone theatre compan by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Ricard, who takes over the helm of the Théâtre français de Toronto in July, joins a number of other recently appointed female Black theatre leaders in Toronto, including Weyni Mengesha at…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Diahann Carroll biographical timeline by Hailey Rozenberg

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Cicely Tyson biographical timeline by Hailey Rozenberg

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Pam Grier biographical timeline by Hailey Rozenberg

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Abbey Lincoln biographical timeline by Hailey Rozenberg

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The Best Inaugural Music Moments by Amanda Petrusich

Music is sometimes presented as a kind of impartial panacea. That’s a lot to ask of art, but it’s still a nice fantasy to indulge.

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Review: Rapido! showcases finalists in pandemic-inspired composition contest by Jordan Owen

If there’s a silver lining to the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s in the... The post Review: Rapido! showcases finalists in pandemic-inspired composition contest appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Q&A: Chris Aluka-Berry documents story of Affrilachians’ triumphs for Georgia FENCE by Virginie Kippelen

Even if you’re familiar with the North Georgia mountains, you may never... The post Q&A: Chris Aluka-Berry documents story of Affrilachians’ triumphs for Georgia FENCE appeared first…

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Katy Perry, Bruce Springsteen, J.Lo and Garth Brooks Go Gaga for America in Epic Day of Inaugural Tunes: Music Review by Chris Willman

There are two songs that are completely guaranteed to be played over the PA at any 4th of July celebration in America: Lee Greenwood’s “God Bless the USA” and Katy Perry’s “Firewor…

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Commentary: Presidential inaugurations are theater. What a difference this new cast makes by Charles McNulty

Same stage, different script: For a theater critic watching President Biden's inauguration, the most notable part of the performance is its humility.

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The Theatre Podcast With Alan Seales Chats With George Salazar

The Theatre Podcast with Alan Seales is back with a new episode, this time featuring George Salazar!

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Virus hunter Nathan Wolfe is the subject of a new play at Round House. He’s also the playwright’s husband. by Thomas Floyd

Lauren Gunderson’s “The Catastrophist” is loosely based on Wolfe’s book “The Viral Storm.”

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Attack Theatre pivots during pandemic with a dance-for-film premiere by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Attack Theatre’s dance film “I : I” will premiere Jan. 22-23 online with hourlong interactive experiences for audiences.

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See Lighting Foundation Raises Over $140,000 for Immigrant Theatre Workers by Dan Meyer

The campaign continues to seek support during the shutdown.

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Column: Will Chicago have music and arts this summer? It will if we think small and local, and start now. by Chris Jones

We have to be spontaneous and organic, letting Chicago artists and street festivals lead the way, and DCASE and the city must with the plans. And soon.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, January 21, 2021 by Ashley Steves

[Enter Biden/Harris], Inauguration Day Reactions And Events, Cuomo Proposes Theatre Tax Credits “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre hea…

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You Say Capt. Kirk Was Unqualified? That’s What Made Him A Leader. by Joe Patti

In December Seth Godin made two posts titled Creativity Is An Act of Leadership. The second of the two added (Redux). I am a little leery of the trend in articles which label leaders as doin…

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Trump, Trump, Trump Along The Broadway: Part 2 by Barry Gordin

By: Samuel L. Leiter January 21, 2021: (This is the second of a two-part essay on the presence of ex-President Trump in New York theatre during his tenure. It picks up where the other le…

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NEWS: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre announces that 101 Dalmatians is no longer part of the 2021 season by Press Releases

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre has confirmed that the venue will be unable to go ahead with its plans to present 101 Dalmatians as part of their 2021 season.

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LES MISERABLES: THE STAGED CONCERT Cancels February Performances

Performances of Les Miserables: The Staged Concert have been cancelled between 16 – 28 February 2021.

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Charles Gaines: Peeling back the layers

The artist’s conceptual leanings often put him at odds with identity politics — but the world is finally catching up

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‘Part Zoom meeting, part supernatural chiller’: BROKEN LINK – Living Record Festival (Online review) by Louise Penn

What starts as a glimpse into a private chat between friends becomes something much more complicated and dark as Broken Link progresses.

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Almanac: Ambrose Bierce on the President of the United States by Terry Teachout

“PRESIDENT, n. The leading figure in a small group of men of whom—and of whom only—it is positively known that immense numbers of their countrymen did not want any of them for Presiden…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Freelancers Make: A Theatre Podcast Ep 3 by Bpn Admin Cs

Sally Beck Wippman, an American Director, had just moved back to the UK a few months before the pandemic sent the country into lockdown. 

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New musical 101 Dalmations removed from Regent’s Park 2021 schedule by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Regent's Park Open Air Theatre has confirmed that new musical 101 Dalmations will no longer be part of their 2021 season. This post New musical 101 Dalmations removed from Re…

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‘Mesmerising, fascinating & imaginative story’: FLIGHT PATHS – Extant (Online review) ★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Overall, Flight Paths is an absorbing and educational experience that really captures the attention and imagination from start to finish.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

#460 – Hamilton (feat. Antuan Raimone, Alexia Sky, Kim Taylor Cox, Rebecca Covington Webber) by Bpn Admin Cs

Over the years, The Ensemblist has had the sublime opportunity to speak with four performers from a variety of Hamilton companies, each with their own unique memories and takeaways from the …

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'It was like Avengers Assemble!' Standups unite for sitcom to save comedy club by Brian Logan

When venues were closed by the pandemic, James Acaster, Maria Bamford and other top comics got to work on a web series to rescue The Bill Murray in London It sounds like the premise for a si…

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Wake Up With BWW 1/21: Inauguration Festivities Featured Lin-Manuel Miranda, Betty Buckley, Laura Benanti, and Many More!

Today's top stories: videos from last night's inauguration festivities, which included Lin-Manuel Miranda, Lady Gaga, Laura Benanti, Keala Settle, Betty Buckley, Ruthie Ann Miles, Jessi…

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Watch Celebrating America. Broadway sings! Also: Lady Gaga, JLo, The Boss, Yo Yo Ma, Demi Lovato, Katy Perry, John Legend, Justin Timberlake. Ant Clem by New York Theater

Below: Watch Lady Gaga singing The National Anthem and JLo This Land Is Your Land in the morning; and in the evening, dozens of Broadway stars performing “Seasons of Love” from Rent and …

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‘Moulin Rouge!’ Was Their Ticket. Then 2020 Happened. by Michael Paulson

It was a Broadway smash with big plans until 25 company members took ill and a shutdown put everybody out of work. Inside a tumultuous year, in the words of those who lived it.

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)

‘Bridgerton’s’ Approach to Race and Casting Has Precedent Onstage by Matt Wolf

There’s been much discussion about the presence of Black actors in Regency England on the Netflix show, but performers of color have been playing historical roles in London theaters for de…

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)


Host Salisha talks with Deanne Stewart, who recently made her Broadway debut on the Alanis Morrissette-inspired rock musical, Jagged Little Pill,. They discuss being "conditioned to the Euro…

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Ep32 – Lilli Cooper – Unstoppable by Bpn Admin Cs

Broadway Star, Lilli Cooper breaks down her time starring in Spring Awakening while attending high school in this week’s episode of LITTLE ME!

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Here we go again by Peter J Snee

Seen by over 60 million people around the globe and featuring over 22 of ABBA’S greatest hits, MAMMA MIA! is

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Party like it’s 1988 with Black Swan Theatre by Peter J Snee

Black Swan State Theatre Company of WA has announced additional seats have been released for its production of Anton Chekhov’s

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The 4 Rs by Claire K. Redfield

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Life-sized puppets at the opera in magical take on THE SLEEPING BEAUTY by Sean McLoughlin

To open Season 2021, Victorian Opera remounts its enchanting production of The Sleeping Beauty, featuring 27 life-sized puppets, at the

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Thursday, January 21, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Fine private collections fuel the market

Works spanning Van Gogh to Freud set for a $16m sale; California vineyard owners buy through lockdown; Old Masters dominate in January; Masterpiece fair investigates materials

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Exit Stage Left: A Quiz About Directors and Directions by Talaura Harms

Put your smarts to the test in this quiz where East meets...Geoffrey Holder.

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Hang Out With Joe Iconis and the Cast of Be More Chill January 21 by Dan Meyer

A virtual stage door experience for theatre fans of all ages.

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Season 2: Episode 3: Dr. Sherrill Williams Interview: Legacy, Lessons Learned, Dancer, Physical Therapist, Tips for Keeping Active/Moving while at hom by Bpn Admin Cs

Dancer & Physical Therapist, Dr. Sherrill Williams (Leg Up Fitness and Wellness), gives us tips on how to stay active/limber as many of us continue to work from home in addition to discu…

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#12 – Joshua and Kira Turchin by Bpn Admin Cs

This episode features Joshua and Kira Turchin. Joshua has been called a musical-theater wunderkind; at only 13, he is a singer, actor, dancer, writer, composer, multi-instrumentalist and pod…

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#125 First Daughter Suite (feat. Adam Wachter) by Bpn Admin Cs

"In a house that will never be a home..." This week Jess & Andrew are joined by Adam Wachter of Encore on Disney+ and composer of Tarrytown to talk about the crazy stage musical from Mic…

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#35 – Young Queen Elizabeth [Teeter} by Bpn Admin Cs

Star of Mary Poppins, The Crucible, and The Audience on Broadway, Elizabeth Teeter, joins the podcast to discuss the true responsibilities of being a child actor on Broadway. She also touche…

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All that Chat

Oct 06, 2019: Slave Play
Oct 17, 2019: The Sound Inside - Studio 54
Feb 01, 2020: The Minutes
Mar 31, 2020: Diana - Longacre Theatre
Apr 19, 2020: Sing Street - Lyceum Theatre