Monday, March 1, 2021 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Robots Were Dreamt up 100 Years Ago – Why Haven’t Our Fears About Them Changed Since? by Michael Szollosy

This is a story you will have heard before. A genius but completely mad scientist – with the backing of a ruthlessly greedy corporation – creates a sentient robot. The scientist’s inte…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
Monday, March 1, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Theater: CAST AND CREATIVE TEAM REUNITE FOR ASSASSINS 3OTH ANNIVERSARY (Patrick Cassidy and Studio Tenn) by Tony Frankel

FREE ONLINE ANNIVERSARY EVENT ON MARCH 8 INCLUDES SONDHEIM Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman’s Assassins premiered Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons on December 18, 1990, and closed on …

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Livestreaming a Performance and Conversation: GLOD: Political Theatre as Womxn's Right

By . BÉZNĂ Theatre presents GLOD: Political Theatre as Womxn's Right livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced HowlRound TV network at on Monday 8 March at 10 …

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Livestreaming a Conversation: NO SUMMARY with John Eisner, Jamil Khoury, and Torange Yeghiazarian

By . Golden Thread Productions presents NO SUMMARY: a conversation with with John Eisner, Jamil Khoury, and Torange Yeghiazarian livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer produced How…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Roku to Acquire Nielsen’s Addressable TV Advertising Business by Todd Spangler

Roku will add a fat stack of ad tech to its streaming platform under a deal to buy Nielsen’s Advanced Video Advertising business, putting Roku in position to offer a fully addressable adve…

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AMERICAN MASTERS to Spotlight Tony- Winning Choreographer Twyla Tharp

American Masters on PBS will explore the life and career of dance legend and Tony Award-winning choreographer, Twyla Tharp. 

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

March Is Cabaret Month—Let’s Celebrate It!

By Scott Barbarino***March is not only Women’s History Month, but also Cabaret Month. Back in the day, when New York City was filled with many more rooms than we have now, and also filled …

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Shubert to Conduct Extensive Historic Rehabilitation on NYCs Cort Theatre by Michael Eddy

The Shubert Organization is moving forward with a major restoration and expansion project at the Cort Theatre. In addition to historic refurbishments to the interior and rehabilitation of th…

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Odds & Ends: Watch Jane Fonda Give Tommy Tune a Birthday Shoutout & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Jane Fonda Recognizes Tommy Tune in Golden Globes Acceptance Speech Two-time Tony nominee and Oscar-winning actress Jane Fo…

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The well-known Teen Climate Activists behind new Black Summer-inspired Production by Gabi Bergman

Very Happy Children with Bright and Wonderful Futures is a new play from youth arts vanguard, Jopuka. Blending activism with

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Introducing The Making Theatre Podcast by Michael Eddy

Bruno Poet and James Farncombe, both highly experienced freelance theatre lighting designers based in the UK but working worldwide, started the Making Theatre Podcast in June 2020. Their i…

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Celebrate the 25th anniversary of ‘Rent’ with the New York Theatre Workshop by Deb Miller

2021 marks a major date in American theater history: the 25th anniversary of the opening of Jonathan Larson’s groundbreaking rock musical Rent, which will be celebrated with a spectacular …

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A Noise Within Announces Digital Spring Season by Amelia Merrill

The company will stream two filmed productions, including one originally slated to play spring 2020.

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NYC Mayoral Candidates on Bringing Back Broadway. Liza Love. Bette’s Bye. Meryl’s Broadway Blackout. #Stageworthy News of the Week. by New York Theater

Voting for the Tony Awards starts today, and in less than four months New Yorkers will start voting for mayor. The candidates have been offering their plans on how to bring back Broadway, wh…

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In the News: Nick Jonas Parodies Les Misérables on SNL, Genius: Aretha's Premiere Rollout, More by Talaura Harms

Plus: Two breakout directors launch a new series focusing on theatre's Comeback.

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Rob Mills chats CHESS by Gabi Bergman

Inspired by the real life rivalry during the Cold War, CHESS: THE MUSICAL has been a favourite of the music

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Netflix presents Sam Levinson’s ‘Malcolm & Marie’ by Christina Anthony

Netflix's ‘Malcolm & Marie,’ the first Hollywood feature conceived and created within the pandemic, follows a couple trading uncomfortable truths on the night of a fraught film premi…

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About Season 15 by Katelin Levy

Great Performances at the Met Returns with Concerts from Renowned Opera Stars Beginning March 19 on PBS Features Renée Fleming, Jonas Kaufmann, Angel Blue, Joyce DiDonato, Anna Netrebko, Br…

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The Atlanta Opera goes home to Cobb Energy this spring, under the Big Tent by Scott Freeman

The Atlanta Opera will return home when it raises up its “Big... The post The Atlanta Opera goes home to Cobb Energy this spring, under the Big Tent appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Golden Globes 2021: Where to Stream the Winners by Scott Tobias

Nearly all of the big winners from the evening are available to stream. Here’s a look at where find them and what The Times first had to say about them.

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Kelli O'Hara, Steven Pasquale, More Will Join Jason Robert Brown for The Bridges of Madison County Reunion Event by Andrew Gans

The Jesse Walker Show will welcome cast and creative team members from the 2014 musical.

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D.C. Theatregoers Say They’re Ready to Return—in December by American Theatre Editors

As theatres eye fall reopenings, a new study shows reluctance to return to normal, while also noting online viewing patterns and support for anti-racist efforts.

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Main Light Industries Acquired by Michael Cannon by Michael Eddy

Wilmington, Delaware—March 1, 2021—Michael Cannon, co-founder, and former CEO of 4WALL Entertainment, has acquired the assets and operations of Main Light Industries, Inc (MLI).  Main L…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

“Thoughts of a Colored Man” Marquee Marks Broadway’s Anticipated Return by Matthew Wexler

Vulnerable and vibrant, raw and alive, "Thoughts of a Colored Man" weaves spoken word, slam poetry and rhythm into a mosaic of the inner lives of Black men. The post “Thoughts of a Color…

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David Niven Wasn’t a Thing by Trav S.D.

When I was a kid, David Niven (1910-1983) was in the midst of a so-called comeback period that had begun with Around the World in 80 Days (1956) and continued with a 1957 remake of My Man Go…

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Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap (and Their Kin) by Trav S.D.

Yep, Uncle Cyp and Aunt Sap. Want to make something out of it? This husband-wife rube comedy team kept rural audiences in stitches for over a half century, from the days of tented wagon show…

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Patti Murin, Christy Altomare, More to Lead Online Spring Break Broadway Student Summit by Logan Culwell-Block

The three-day virtual event will connect theatre students worldwide with Broadway professionals for online workshops and more.

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March 2021 Streaming Guide: For Colored Girls, Raya and the Last Dragon, Genius: Aretha, More by Dan Meyer

See what's coming to Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, Netflix, and more this month.

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BAD DATES – Judgment and Misjudgment by Alix Cohen

Both Haley and Andrea Burns are appealing and sympathetic. Burns is charming. It seems as if the actress is recalling events on the spot. She’s practically never still, whirling around the…

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Stratford Festival of Canada announces a modest outdoor summer season by Chris Jones

The popular annual Canadian theater festival plans shows in outdoor tents, with titles to be announced at a later date.

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Tony Awards Voting Starts Now. And It’s Going to Be Weird. by Michael Paulson

No shows are playing, and no one knows when they will come back. Here are answers to six questions about a process even more idiosyncratic than usual.

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Mark Plesent: The Everyday and the Extraordinary by American Theatre Editors

For 3 decades he led NYC's only theatre dedicated to making work with, about, and for the city's working class.

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Review: In ‘Taking Up Serpents’ by Chicago Opera Theater, a young woman tries to escape a snake-loving father by Chris Jones

In the new opera "Taking Up Serpents," set in rural Alabama, a young woman wrestles with her Pentecostal upbringing.

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Series 3 Episode 2: Much Ado About: Falling in Love by The Old Globe

Join Old Globe Teaching Artists for a unique view into Much Ado About Nothing through a Social Justice Lens with Ron Brown and Sammie Byron from Shakespeare Behind Bars Claudio and Benedick…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Concert News: Columbia Pro Cantare’s Free Concert Presentation begins on March 7 by Susan Brall

Columbia Pro Cantare will be posting a free concert under the direction of Frances Motyca Dawson. The selections are from its 2016 Duruflé “Requiem” concert with the Howard County Conce…

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Facetime Interview: NEW Payson Lewis Interview: Singer, Songwriter, Music, Life during the pandemic by Adam Rothenberg

It seems like "Only Yesterday" that singer/songwriter Payson Lewis & I were Baring It All with Call Me Adam, but it has been two years since we saw each other in person. Payson is now c…

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Greatspeed: The Drowsy Chaperone by Goodspeed Musicals

Surprise! The Man in Chair returns in this episode of Greatspeed. John Scherer (Man in Chair) and director Hunter Foster will join us to chat about The Drowsy Chaperone and share some favori…

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In the Green Room with...The Passing Through Creative Team by Goodspeed Musicals

Live Broadcast will begin March 2 at 7pm Join us for In the Green Room with Passing Through writers Brett Ryback and Eric Ulloa, director Igor Goldin and choreographer Marcos Santana. Artis…

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This made me so jealous I could spit.

Forgive me for the deadly sin I’m about to commit. I’m ENVIOUS OF AUSTRALIA! Read this article from the NY Times . . . Broadway in Australia has re-opened with productions of Hamilton, …

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People You Should Know . . . Eli Batalion by Zack Calhoon

  ELI BATALION is a writer, producer, director, actor and composer for film, TV, the web and the stage. Eli began his career in musical theatre with the hit the award-winning internation…

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Shoshana Bean and Gavin Creel Perform Surprise NY PopsUp Concert by TheaterMania

Tony winner Gavin Creel, Broadway favorite Shoshana Bean, and Ximone Rose performed a surprise storefront concert on Saturday, February 27 as part of the NY PopsUp series. They did their sho…

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March 2021 Theater Openings, Week 1: Rent Returns! Festivals of women, science and dance! by New York Theater

Below are the day-by-day listings of online theater that is opening between March 1 and March 7, including the launching of galas and festivals celebrating Women’s History Month, science, …

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‘Taking Up Serpents’ by Chicago Opera Theater by Dgeorge

Kamala Sarankam and Jerre Dye’s "Taking Up Serpents" is performed by Chicago Opera Theater.

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Audio Review: ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ presented by the National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre on the Air, WYPR by Dr. Mark Dreisonstok

“Please, this way,” says Dr. Maillard, the rascally director of the mental institution in the latest National Edgar Allan Poe Theatre on the Air. “My next patient might seem quite… w…

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Last Night and the Night Before - DCPAMemories by Denver Center For The Performing Arts

Last Night and the Night Before started as a reading at the 2017 Colorado New Play Summit before receiving its world premiere in 2019. This powerful and poetic play explored the struggle bet…

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Shubert Organization Announces Cort Theatre Expansion and Renovation Project

The theater facilities will be enhanced, with construction ending in 2022.

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Dates Announced for Three Days of Rain Reading, With Patricia Clarkson and More

The original cast of Richard Greenberg's play will reunite with director Evan Yionoulis.

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PlayGround Announces Young Playwrights Contest for Bay Area Students by Amelia Merrill

The theme for the 13th annual contest is justice.

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)


(Steve Dow’s article appeared in the Sydney Morning Herald, 3/1; A Midsummer Night’s Dream Adelaide Festival 2021: Photo: CREDIT:TONY LEWIS.) ARTS FESTIVAL Adelaide Festival opening week…

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Broadway's Cort Theatre to Undergo Expansion Renovation by Caitlin Moynihan

Broadway's Cort Theatre is getting a makeover. The Shubert Organization will begin renovation this month with plans to complete construction in 2022.The expansion will add a five-story anne…

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Reeve Carney to Star as Jeff Buckley in Biopic Everybody Here Wants You by Caitlin Moynihan

Hadestown star Reeve Carney is heading to the big screen. Carney will take on the lead role in the upcoming Jeff Buckley biopic Everybody Here Wants You, according to Variety. Directed by Or…

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Creative Youth Studio S2 E3: Stage Management by The Old Globe

We will be diving into stage management with Pam Farr Summer Shakespeare Studio alumnae Kat Banman and stage manager Topaz Cooks.

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The Poet’s Tree S2 E5: Alyce Smith Cooper by The Old Globe

Join us with our next guest artist, the multitalented Alyce Smith Cooper! She is a poet, storyteller, actress, TV talk show host, author of 'The Gumbo Pot Poems', part of the Women's Museum …

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Tony Awards campaigns go digital during the Broadway shutdown by Caitlin Huston

Amid a pandemic and a yearlong theatrical shutdown, Tony-nominated productions are taking their campaigns online. Ahead of Tony Awards voting, which began Monday and ends March 15, nominated…

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Faced With Pandemic, Zoetic’s Improv Troupe Soldiers On by Bill Hirschman

As live arts and entertainment return in fits and starts, and our culture continues its tortoise crawl toward normal, one thing has become apparent: Face masks may be vital in impeding the s…

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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Festival Will Launch With Stream of Swan Lake by Andrew Gans

City Center presents the virtual festival, also featuring The Car Man, Cinderella, and Romeo and Juliet.

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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Festival | Romeo and Juliet by New York City Center

Matthew Bourne’s productions are known for their fresh and intriguing twist on classics. Four of the most beloved New Adventures productions–Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, The Car Man, Ci…

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CLAUDEL: The illusive story of a genius sculptor by Sean McLoughlin

CLAUDEL is a thrilling reimagining of the story of one of the world’s greatest and most misunderstood sculptors, Camille Claudel and

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Emma Laxton wins Best Sound Design for Emilia | Olivier Awards 2020 with Mastercard by Official London Theatre

Emma Laxton wins Royal Albert Hall Best Sound Design for Emilia (Vaudeville Theatre) at Olivier Awards 2020 with Mastercard. #OlivierAwards​ #LondonTheatre Official London Theatre is the …

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Festival | Swan Lake by New York City Center

Matthew Bourne’s productions are known for their fresh and intriguing twist on classics. Four of the most beloved New Adventures productions–Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, The Car Man, Ci…

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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Festival | Cinderella by New York City Center

Matthew Bourne’s productions are known for their fresh and intriguing twist on classics. Four of the most beloved New Adventures productions–Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, The Car Man, Ci…

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Matthew Bourne's New Adventures Festival | The Car Man by New York City Center

Matthew Bourne’s productions are known for their fresh and intriguing twist on classics. Four of the most beloved New Adventures productions–Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, The Car Man, Ci…

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Coming Soon to NYPhil+: An All-American Program Featuring Aaron Diehl by New York Philharmonic

Coming to NYPhil+ on March 8: native New Yorker Tito Muñoz conducts an all-American program with jazz master Aaron Diehl and music by Mary Lou Williams, William Grant Still, Aaron Copland, …

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People You Should Know . . . Eli Battalion by Zack Calhoon

ELI BATALION is a writer, producer, director, actor and composer for film, TV, the web and the stage. Eli began his career in musical theatre with the hit the award-winning internationally …

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The Rockwell Group and TAIT Partner to Create Pop-Up Theaters to Help Struggling Arts and Performance Groups

David Rockwell and his architecture and design firm Rockwell Group have joined forces with TAIT, a global leader in the design and construction of solutions for live events, to create OpenSt…

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George Street Playhouse presents "Bad Dates" Online Through March 14

Broadway’s Andréa Burns (ON YOUR FEET, IN THE HEIGHTS) kicks off George Street Playhouse’s streaming 2021 season with the premiere of Theresa Rebeck’s BAD DATES. A one-woman comedy ab…

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Patricia Clarkson, John Slattery, and Bradley Whitford to Reunite for New Reading of THREE DAYS OF RAIN

Manhattan Theatre Club will present a new reading of Three Days of Rain, originally produced in MTC’s 1997-1998 season, as the next offering in MTC’s virtual Curtain Call series. Stream…

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Other nations have reopened theaters — why not us? With ‘The Comeback Project,’ two stage directors scour the globe for answers. by Peter Marks

“Reopening Theaters: Lessons From Countries Who’ve Done It” is the kickoff discussion on Thursday.

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Douglas Turner Ward and The Negro Ensemble Company by Germôna Sharp

On February 20th, 2021 Douglas Turner Ward (playwright, actor, director, and theatrical producer) a pillar in the Black theatre community passed away. Ward founded The Negro Ensemble Company…

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Tony Awards 2021 slugfest: Who has the edge in the incredibly competitive Play races? [WATCH] by David Buchanan

“The plays are really where it’s at in terms of races,” Sam Eckmann declares to kick off the first of our 2021 Tony Awards predictions slugfest. Though we don’t yet know the date whe…

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Conversations with Black Artists, Part III by Fountaintheatre

by Terri Roberts In this final segment of our Conversations with Black Artists series, we talk with director Shirley Jo Finney, and actors Gilbert Glenn Brown and Theo Perkins. We are gratef…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Interactive Virtual Theatre Experiences in March 2021: London West End Tour, Jennifer Tepper’s Broadway History, More by Dan Meyer

A full roster of digital events presented by Social Selects this month.

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What's Streaming This Week on BroadwayWorld Events - March 1-7

BroadwayWorld Events is bringing you incredible talent right into your home! This week includes The Seth Concert Series and It's Women's Play.

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Broadway's Cort Theatre to Receive Major Renovation and Expansion by Logan Culwell-Block

The addition will add accessible bathrooms and a rehearsal space to one of Broadway's more intimate theatres.

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Shubert Organization Begins Major Work on the Cort Theatre

The Cort Theatre is getting a facelift. The Shubert Organization is moving forward with a major restoration and expansion project at the Cort. In addition to historic refurbishments to the …

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B Positive Star Annaleigh Ashford Talks About Her Love of Comedy on Broadway Profiles by Lindsey Sullivan

The newest episode of Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal includes a catch-up with Tony winner Annaleigh Ashford. A triple threat performer in Broadway shows like Wicked, Legally Blonde, Ha…

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Sydney Deane: Test Matches and Tinseltown by Trav S.D.

Sydney Deane (1863-1934) was both one of the first Australian stars in Hollywood as well as one of the first athletes-turned-stars. A rugby and cricket champ in his youth, the Sydney native …

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Listen to Selections From the 5 Plays Tony-Nominated for Best Original Score by Ryan McPhee

In a Tony Awards first, a play will win the category at the 74th annual ceremony.

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Jill Eikenberry to Star in Virtual Production of JERICHO Directed Marsha Mason

New Normal Rep is launching this week with its inaugural  production: Jericho by Jack Canfora. Directed byfour-time Academy Award nominee Marsha Mason (The Goodbye Girl, Chapter Tw…

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London Theatre News Today: Monday 1 March by Hira Desai

Today's roundup includes a 60th anniversary celebration from the iconic Little Angel Theatre, a live streamed variety show featuring stage stars & more! The post London Theatre News Toda…

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Chadwick Boseman Wins Posthumous Golden Globe for Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by Broadway Direct

On Sunday night, at the 78th Golden Globe Awards hosted by Tina Fey and Amy Poehler, Chadwick Boseman won his first Golden Globe posthumously. The late actor won Best Performance by an Acto…

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Playbill's Weekly Streaming Guide: What to Watch March 1-5 by Talaura Harms

NYTW's Rent Celebration, an '80s mall murder mystery, and more online offerings this week.

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Celebrate More Than 40 Years of Stephen Sondheim's Sweeney Todd on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The Tony-winning musical, starring Angela Lansbury and Len Cariou, opened at the Uris Theatre March 1, 1979.

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‘Educational, informative & entertaining’: CATO STREET 1820 (Online review) by John Chapman

A past event recreated from a contemporary perspective makes for an interesting history lesson in Cato Street 1820.

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

On the scene, like a sex-obsessed machine: when a robot writes a play by Arifa Akbar

In a drama written by artificial intelligence, the computer’s imagination touches on themes of love and loneliness – but is mostly obsessed with sex Kazuo Ishiguro, whose new novel Klara…

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Metropolitan Opera Salutes Beverly Sills, Leontyne Price, Renée Fleming, More in Women’s History Month Streams by Ryan McPhee

The company kicks off the month with a week of performances featuring trailblazing women of opera.

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VIDEO: SLAVE PLAY Script Revisited in Jeremy O. Harris' 'Notes on Style'

A new video has been released from Slave Play, and its playwright, Jeremy O. Harris, called 'Notes on Style.'

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Stephen Sachs believes Fountain’s Outdoor Stage will be game-changer by Fountaintheatre

Curious about the future of Los Angeles theatre and our game-changing Outdoor Stage? Artistic Director Stephen Sachs chats with theatre journalist Steven Leigh Morris.

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"A Lot of Tears Shed": An Oral History of the Broadway Shutdown, Part 6

Nearly a week after the theater industry shuts down, Covid cases start to rise, and two high-profile shows announce they've closed.

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Reeve Carney to Play Jeff Buckley in New Biopic Everybody Here Wants You

The film will be directed by Orian Williams.

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Wizarding Wonder: Why the Harry Potter theatre experience is better than the books by Hira Desai

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child continues the story from where we left off, only this time, you will witness the development of the story at the theatre! The post Wizarding Wonder: Why th…

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Reeve Carney Will Lead Upcoming Jeff Buckley Biopic EVERYBODY HERE WANTS YOU NOW

The singer only released one album, 'Grace,' before his untimely death in 1997. 'Grace' includes Buckley's legendary cover of Leonard Cohen's 'Hallelujah' among ten other tracks.

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VIDEO: Watch Mike Wartella, Jeremy Stolle & More on Jim Caruso's Pajama Cast Party- Live at 8pm!

Jim Caruso's Cast Party is a wildly popular impromptu open mic/variety show that's been taking place on the Birdland stage every single Monday night since 2003! Think 'American Idol' meets '…

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Australian Theatre Is Lighting The Way For The West End And Broadway by Artsjournal2

Actors get temperature-taking robots; there’s Hamiltizer for your hands if you’re rehearsing Hamilton; and then there are the actors who can’t hug – so Olaf and Elsa flash each other…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Watch Gavin Creel and Shoshana Bean Sing ‘Love Shack’ in Live Pop-Up Performance by Dan Meyer

The stars took part in one of the first NY PopUps events, as part of the state's arts revitalization program.

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Virtual Theatre Today: Monday, March 1- with Robyn Hurder, Patrick Page, and More!

Today (March 1) in live streaming: Robyn Hurder is Live at the Lortel, Patrick Page takes on Shakespeare's villians, and more!

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Cinderella: Andrew Lloyd Webber says new West End musical will open in July without social distancing by Louis Chilton

‘We’ll just open and if they arrest us all, well, fine,’ composer reportedly told cast members

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Sondheim and Original Assassins Cast Will Reunite for 30th Anniversary Event

Original company member Patrick Cassidy will host the show, which will be presented by his Studio Tenn Theatre Company.

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New Developments on Jeff Buckley Biopic, Starring Hadestown's Reeve Carney by Andrew Gans

Orian Williams will direct Everybody Here Wants You for Culmination.

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, March 1, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Hank McCune and the First Laugh Track by Trav S.D.

I have been able to uncover little about the early life and career of Hank McCune (1917-2005) beyond that he served in WWII and he began his show biz career in radio. From out of the blue he…

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Louise Lovely: Early Australian Import by Trav S.D.

I briefly contested a claim I saw which described Louise Lovely (Nellie Louise Carbasse, 1895-1980) as being the first Australian actress to become a Hollywood star. After all, Annette Kelle…

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Photos and Video: Gavin Creel & Shoshana Bean Bring Music Back to Manhattan with NY PopsUp!

Passersby in Lower Manhattan got a treat on Saturday afternoon. As a part of NY PopsUp- the sprawling arts festival intended to bring back the arts sector in New York State, Tony Award win…

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Eric Franklin’s ‘Dynamic Alignment through Imagery’: A lifestyle of conscious movement, in a book by Admin

You know those “a ha!” moments in your dance training, those exciting moments of embodied understanding? Think back to those for a moment. For me, most of them were connected to imagery …

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‘A must-watch to get your musical theatre fix’: WEST END MUSICAL DRIVE-IN – Stream.Theatre (Online review) ★★★★ by Kirsty Herrington

The second in the West End Musical Drive-In series has launched online and is a must-watch for any fans of the hit musical Six! The show sees 11 past and present Six cast members reunite for…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Shubert Organization to begin expansion of Broadway’s Cort Theatre by Caitlin Huston

The Shubert Organization will begin construction this March on the Cort Theatre, in a project that will see the addition of a five-story annex, as well as improvements to the theater’s fa…

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To Days of Inspiration: Explore to Evolution of Rent Through Jonathan Larson's Own Notes by Jennifer Ashley Tepper

Ahead of New York Theatre Workshop's Rent-themed gala, Jennifer Ashley Tepper guides readers through archives documenting the late composer's process.

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To Days of Inspiration: Explore the Evolution of Rent Through Jonathan Larson's Own Notes by Jennifer Ashley Tepper

Ahead of New York Theatre Workshop's Rent-themed gala, Jennifer Ashley Tepper guides readers through archives documenting the late composer's process.

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Greater Pittsburgh Arts Council offers teaching grants by Marylynne Pitz / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Fine Foundation funds educational grants for teaching artists in 13 Western Pennsylvania counties

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Shoshana Bean and Gavin Creel Perform Surprise NY PopsUp Concert

Two Broadway powerhouses sing "Love Shack" and "Signed, Sealed, Delivered."

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DanceOn Fitness - Wengie "Talk Talk" - featuring Caleb The Fitness Marshall & AC Bonifacio by DanceOn

Have less than 10 minutes, but still wanna get your sweat on? Jump on it and dance around while you work out dancing to Wengie's "Talk Talk"! Track: “Talk Talk” by WENGIE @Wengie & Davi…

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Hot Clip of the Day: "Pretty Funny" Lindsay Mendez Delivers Vulnerable Pasek & Paul Act 1 Dogfight Finale

Happy Birthday to the wonderfully talented Lindsay Mendez who most recently won a Tony Award for her performance as Carrie Pipperidge in the revival of Carousel.

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Chadwick Boseman & More Earn 2021 Golden Globe Awards by

A slew of stage stars were honored for their work on-screen at the Hollywood Foreign Press Association's 2021 Golden Globe Awards on February 28. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler hosted the event fr…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, March 1, 2021 by Matt Tamanini

“BoM” Cast Calls for Changes to Script Upon Return, Reviews of “The Father” Film, Lane Teases ‘The Birdcage” Sequel “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, pod…

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2010s Broadway Musical Logos Bracket Tournament - Region 4 Elimination Round! by JK

Over the past months, we've been in search of the very best in Broadway musical logos, going back 40 years. And now, here we are starting a new tournament, looking for the very best logo of …

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The Lucky Ones review – can you unravel this seven-day mystery? by Mark Fisher

Available online A conspiracy unfolds across a week with clues arriving by post, phone and email in an interactive online adventure from Riptide Along with Tik Tok dances and home deliveries…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Discover The World of: Frozen The Musical - Part 2 | Behind the scenes, interviews and more! by Official London Theatre

In part two, you'll get to know Elsa and Anna as Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon get speedy with quick-fire questions! You'll also get to meet the West End Sven's and see a sneak peek of…

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Chadwick Boseman wins best actor Golden Globe and his widow accepts in an emotional speech. by Sarah Bahr

It was the final role — and first win — for the late star of “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom,” who died in August from colon cancer at age 43.

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Golden Globes: The Biggest Snubs and Surprises by Danielle Turchiano

After a week that exposed the Hollywood Foreign Press Assn.’s own lack of diversity within its membership, the 78th annual Golden Globe Awards ceremony took place from both coasts on Feb. …

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Golden Globes Review: An Unmoored Evening Pushes Zoom Fatigue to the Limit by Danvariety

The Golden Globes are facing down a scandal that has felt, in moments over the past week, practically existential, with Los Angeles Times reporting indicating both a systemic and corrupt sel…

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Hollywood Foreign Press Association Addresses Absence of Black Members During Golden Globes Broadcast by Angelique Jackson

The Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) addressed their controversial diversity issue, namely the fact that the organization currently has no Black members, during Sunday night’s br…

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Discover The World of: Frozen The Musical - Part 1 | Behind the scenes, interviews and more! by Official London Theatre

Hosted by Olaf and Kristoff, Craig Gallivan and Obioma Uguoala will take you on a journey of how the production transformed from screen to stage, ahead of its long-awaited arrival in London'…

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VIDEO: Andrew Lloyd Webber on His Determination to Get Theatres Reopened on BBC BREAKFAST

Andrew Lloyd Webber says he is determined to reopen theatres in the U.K., no matter what it takes. Webber recently talked with BBC Breakfast about resuming rehearsals and his plans to have h…

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’Will leave audiences with a smile on their face’: Sharon ‘n’ Barry do ‘Romeo & Juliet’ – Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch (Online revie by Emma Clarendon

Gentle comedy Sharon ‘n’ Barry do ‘Romeo & Juliet’ at Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch has plenty to put a smile on people’s faces during this difficult time.

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Theater launches ‘Goodspeed on Demand’ streaming videos of new musicals by Christopher Arnott

Goodspeed Musicals will be airing archived video of some of its recent shows as part of a new "Goodspeed on Demand" series during the pandemic. The first screening is of the new musical "Pa…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Rehearsals Begin For Andrew Lloyd Webber's CINDERELLA; Go Behind the Scenes!

The production, a complete reinvention of the classic fairytale, is based on an original idea by Emerald Fennell, the Emmy Award nominated lead scriptwriter of the second season of internati…

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StageAgent’s Monthly Roundup…February 2021 by Alexandra Appleton

As February draws to a close, let's take a look at our monthly roundup of the latest news from Broadway, the West End, and beyond!

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VIDEO: Gavin Creel, Shoshana Bean, and More Perform 'Signed, Sealed, Delivered, I'm Yours' in NY PopsUp Performance

The second NY PopsUp performance took place this weekend, featuring Gavin Creel, Shoshana Bean, and more. Watch the group perform “Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours” in a clip fro…

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Wake Up With BWW 3/1: Brian Stokes Mitchell in Concert With Seth Rudetsky, and More!

Today's top stories: Nick Jonas sings 'Drink With Me' from Les Miserables on Saturday Night Live, Brian Stokes Mitchell sings 'Stars' in concert with Seth Rudetsky, Andre De Shields performs…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Review: Sharon ‘n’ Barry do ‘Romeo & Juliet’, Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch by George Collins

Review: Sharon 'n' Barry do 'Romeo & Juliet', Queen's Theatre Hornchurch1.0Overall ScoreIf you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a patreon with every penny going t…

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Australian comedy sensation, Sooshi Mango add new dates to their OFF THE BOAT tour by Peter J Snee

After a huge response to the first release of shows, much-loved comedy trio, Sooshi Mango, are adding a host of

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Amanda Muggleton returns to Brisbane’s Twelfth Night Theatre this April by Peter J Snee

In 2019, Amanda Muggleton packed her bags for the UK to star in the London premiere season of the outrageously

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The Tap Pack are heading your way by Sean McLoughlin

Following sold-out houses on London’s West End, the Sydney Opera House, and prior to COVID a tour in the USA,

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

How Sustained Support for Playwrights Impacts Artistry by Alexis Frasz, Holly Sidford

By Alexis Frasz, Holly Sidford. Alexis Frasz and Holly Sidford of Helicon Collaborative share their findings from the most recent assessment of the National Playwright Residency Program.

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March 1: Diary items: Harry Potter’s re-opening Down Under, and the Hospital Club’s closing in London by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post March 1: Diary items: Harry Potter’s re-opening Down Under, and the Hospital Club’s closing in London first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Theatrefolk Featured Play – Distance Learning by Christian Kiley by Lindsay Price

Welcome to our Featured Play Spotlight. Distance Learning by Christian Kiley is a fantastic ensemble play written specifically to be performed on an online platform. Distance Learning takes…

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Monday, March 1, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)

New York’s Secret Theatre Brings an Experiential Horror-Thriller Play to India by Gowri S

Redemption Room, an experiential horror-thriller theatre performance by New York-based Secret Theatre, is set to premiere in India. It is not unusual to lose oneself in a particularly intrig…

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Ballet Hartford: Led by the young, ambitious and resilient by Admin

Before the initial lockdown happened in March 2020, dancer Hannah Bush had been looking for a change. She had been freelancing in NYC for five years and also spent significant time all aroun…

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15+ Stage Performances to Watch March 1-2 - See '25 Years of Rent: Measured in Love,' 'Some Old Black Man' and more

With in-person theatre out of commission for the foreseeable future, many companies and performers from Broadway and beyond are showcasing their work online. Below are performances you can w…

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Celebrate Tony Winner Lindsay Mendez With a Look at Her Theatre Highlights by Marc J. Franklin

The Carousel and Wicked celebrates her birthday March 1.

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There's Still Time to Catch Whoopi Goldberg, André De Shields, Tituss Burgess, More in Upon These Shoulders by Dan Meyer

The Black Theatre Coalition streaming concert explores the past, present, and future of Black artistry.

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Feb 01, 2020: The Minutes
Mar 31, 2020: Diana - Longacre Theatre
Apr 19, 2020: Sing Street - Lyceum Theatre
Dec 16, 2021: Diana - Longacre Theatre