Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

American Evangelicals support for Israel showcased in ”Til Kingdom Come’ by Alan Smason

By JACK LYONS How does one cover 2000 years of religious history of the Jewish people and Gentiles in the Common Era (C.E.)?   Perhaps, a good start would be seeing life through the lenses…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Academy Award®-winning UK animation studio Aardman teams up with Australia’s Circa by Sean McLoughlin

Academy Award®-winning UK animation studio Aardman teams up with Australia’s Circa for a new live production of international hit Shaun The

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New York City Arts And Entertainment Venues Will Reopen April 2, But With Capacity Limits by Bruce Haring

Radio City Music Hall, Lincoln Center, nightclubs and music venues can reopen as of April 2, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. The Broadway announcement was tipped by Deadline e…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Video release of ‘Broadway Baby’ all-star reading for World Book Day by Deb Miller

To commemorate World Book Day on Thursday, March 4, theater operator, producer, and author Russell Miller has released a video of One Grand Books’ February 21st virtual all-star reading of…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Smaller arts, entertainment venues in NY can reopen next month - by Kevin Tampone

Venues will be allowed to reopen at 33% capacity with crowds up to 100 people indoors and 200 people outdoors. With attendee testing, capacity increases to up to 150 people indoors and 500 o…

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Opera: LA HIJA DE RAPPACCINI (Chicago Opera Theater) by Connor McCormick

Chicago Opera Theater to Stream Chicago Premiere of Daniel Catán’s La hija de Rappaccini April 2021 Production at Field Museum Marks 10-Year Anniversary of Composer’s Death As COVID-19 …

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Theater Blog Roundup: Getting Around the Pandemic Wall. Rethinking Race in The Book of Mormon. by New York Theater

An actor on the autism spectrum writes about how theater is “a surprisingly welcoming place,” and you can see how some theater bloggers over the past month have been reacting to a year o…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Broadway's Music Box Theatre & More Venues to Open Doors for NY PopsUp Initiative by Caitlin Moynihan

Theater venues have been tapped by Governor Andrew M. Cuomo to be among the "Flex Venues" as part of the NY PopsUp Inititative. The venues, including Broadway's Music Box Theatre (home to t…

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Idris Goodwin on Hype Man: a break beat play by American Repertory Theater

Frontman Pinnacle and his hype man Verb have been making Hip-Hop together since they were kids. Now that they’ve got top-notch beatmaker Peep One in the mix, the group is finally on the ve…

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NY Reopening? New Guidelines Begin to Pave the Way by American Theatre Editors

The governor's plans allow the return of limited-capacity indoor performances starting in April, including one at a Broadway theatre.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

PURE Theatre Announces Complete 18th Season by Amelia Merrill

The season will feature the final filmed performance of late PURE ensemble member David Lee Nelson.

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Broadway and “Flexible” NYC Theaters Reopening April 2, 2021 in Pilot PopsUp Program by New York Theater

The Music Box Theater on Broadway is among the theaters scheduled to reopen on April 2nd for a series of NY PopsUp events, that will serve as a “pilot program” for safety protocols “th…

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How Much Is That Play in the Window? by American Theatre Editors

Stop Motion Plant's 'Window Plays' found a new way to bring audiences and performers together again, if only for a few minutes.

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Late Night Staring at High Res Pixels review – moreish frenemies drama by Arifa Akbar

Available onlineAs two women compete for the attentions of a middle-aged man, Athena Stevens’ production explores abuse and complicity Everything about Late Night Staring at High Res Pixel…

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Opera Australia to reopen the State Theatre with the Melbourne premiere of its digital production of Aida by Sean McLoughlin

Opera Australia today announced it will return to the State Theatre in May 2021, with two major productions, when Arts

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Applause Shop, an Online Marketplace for Theater Artists has Launched by Michael Eddy

Laura Heywood and producer Susan Vargo have launched Applause Shop (, an online marketplace designed to help theater artists make ends meet, find joyful new homes for Br…

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Odds & Ends: Karen Olivo, Laura Benanti and More Announced for Women's Day on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Guests and Panels Announced for Fourth Annual Women's Day on Broadway Disney on Broadway has announced a starry lineup for …

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In the News: Larry Powell Awarded Playwriting Commission, Donmar Reimagines Assembly for Digital Production by Talaura Harms

Plus: New Federal Theatre will present readings of Pearl Cleage and Cassandra Medley plays for Women's History Month.

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Why Working Digitally Will Be Here To Stay In The Theatre by Artsjournal

“There are so many benefits to all this stuff, It’s going to make theatre more accessible. It’s going to help tackle the issue of diversity. It’s going to enable us to tell stories i…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Baltimore arts groups start to reopen doors to public; BSO plans festival honoring music director Marin Alsop by Mary Carole McCauley

The Baltimore Symphony Orchestra announced Tuesday that it will stage two free outdoor community concerts in June conducted by outgoing music director Marin Alsop. Other arts and cultural in…

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Alamo Drafthouse files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection: Movie theater chain hurt by pandemic by Usa Today, Nathan Bomey, Usa Today

Movie theater chain Alamo Drafthouse filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy Wednesday, hobbled by the pandemic but hoping to stay in business.      

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SAG Awards Producers Reveal Hour-Long Special Will Be Pre-Taped (EXCLUSIVE) by Varietyschneider

This year’s SAG Awards are keeping it short and sweet in recognition of this socially distanced age of COVID-19. Executive producers Todd Milliner, Sean Hayes and Kathy Connell have reveal…

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The Fabric of Design: Costume Designer Ana Kuzmanic’ reflects on her work by Kathy Eddy

Ana Kuzmanić is Yugoslav-born costume designer for theater and opera. Her theatrical career started while studying costume and fashion design at the Academy of Fine Arts in Belgrade. Since …

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Voices of a People's History Honors Chief Joseph's 181st Birthday by Lincoln Center

"Good words do not last long unless they amount to something." Today marks the 181st birthday of Chief Joseph, a leader of the Niimíipuu/Nez Perce Tribe. To honor his legacy, Bruce E. from…

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Jawan M. Jackson, Cody Renard Richard, and more Joined TAKE A BOW Podcast

In his first month solo, Host Eli Tokash, dedicated this month to amplifying Black voices and stories bringing on four accomplished guests. Not only are these guests Broadway stars and a sta…

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In Memoriam: Anthony “Tony” French, Costume Designer and Educator, 60 by Michael Eddy

It is with great sadness that Stage Directions has learned that University of New Orleans theater professor Anthony “Tony” French, who spent nearly three decades teaching theatre and cos…

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Kara Lindsay, Anthony Lee Medina, John Battagliese and More to be Featured in Jeanine Tesori Tribute Video

Max Grossman will be premiering a video tribute to Jeanine tomorrow night, Thursday March 4th. Premiering at 8pm EST, the video will feature  Laurie Veldheer, Nic Rouleau, Rachel Prather, …

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Thinking Shakespeare Live: Infinite Book: Episode 1 by The Old Globe

Barry Edelstein returns with a new installment of his acclaimed series on Shakespeare, his works, and how they come to thrilling life in the hands of the great artists of the Globe. Thinking…

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As Governor Cuomo Expands Arts Reopening, Actors' Equity Calls on State to Prioritize Vaccines for Arts Workers

Actors' Equity Association has released a statement in response to New York Governor Andrew Cuomo announcing that venues, including theaters, would open up to 33% capacity for indoor perfor…

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The Great Work Begins: From isolation, a benefit supporting amfAR’s Fund to Fight COVID-19 comes together by Kathy Eddy

The Great Work Begins: scenes from Angels In America was named one of the New York Times Best Theatre of 2020 picks, noting that the production ‘showed how classic plays speak not only to …

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Designer Paul Tate dePoo III: Scale, Vision and Meticulous Detail by Kathy Eddy

Paul Tate dePoo III is a Cuban-American scenic, projection, and production designer. Growing up in Key West, FL, he watched Super Bowl halftime shows and Olympic ceremonies, as well as saw D…

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VIDEO: The Congress for Jewish Culture Continues International Virtual Yiddish Theater Series with MEGILLAH CYCLE by BroadwayWorld

This exciting new production premiered February 21st on the Congress for Jewish Culture's YouTube channel, where it will remain indefinitely.

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GLP Augments Mountview Academy’s impression S350s with Custom Theatre Product by Michael Eddy

One of the UK’s leading drama schools, London-based Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, entered its production season with support from GLP’s UK office and some inventive programming of t…

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#MTCEducation: Dramatic Conflict by Manhattan Theatre Club

Help your students learn how to identify and create internal and external conflicts that will make their original scenes and plays more interesting. This workshop features performance clips …

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Select Broadway Theaters To Open For New York Pop Up Events Beginning In April by Greg Evans

A select number of now-dark Broadway venues will begin opening in April for a series of live- performance pop-up events that could establish the safety protocols needed for the theater indus…

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A Conversation with Sound Designer Joshua D. Reid by Kathy Eddy

Joshua D. Reid, an award-winning theatrical sound designer based in New York City, designs for musicals, plays, concerts, and special events on and off-Broadway, regionally, and internati…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Check Out Derrick Baskin, Adam Pascal, Christiani Pitts, More in Amour First Look Trailer by Dan Meyer

A digital revival of the musical streams April 2-4.

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Derek DelGaudio and the Great Unburdening of Secrets by Elisabeth Vincentelli

The magician explains how he worked up to “In & Of Itself” in a new memoir, “Amoralman,” a prequel of sorts to the show.

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New York to Allow Limited Live Performances to Resume in April by Michael Paulson

The state will allow plays, concerts and other performances to start again April 2 for audiences of up to 100 people indoors, or 200 outdoors.

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Uncorking a Carrot by Kathy Eddy

I never understood the phrase ‘time is money’ until I became a props master and saw how long it took to get final drawings from designers! There’s a trickle-down effect if the drawing…

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Select Broadway Venues to Welcome Back Audiences for Special Events Beginning in April by Ryan McPhee

The step toward reopening, as part of the NY PopsUp initiative, also includes programming at flexible performance spaces like St. Ann’s Warehouse and The Apollo.

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LA Opera Spotlight | Stage Manager, Nikki Hyde by Michael Eddy

The Los Angeles Opera honored and showcased the invaluable contributions of Black artists and individuals to the opera world all February long. They took a moment to spotlight some of its st…

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Mental Health Resources from Behind the Scenes and IATSE by Michael Eddy

It has been a tough year on everyone, especially those in the live entertainment industry. If you, or someone you know, are feeling down, please reach out to them to check to see if they are…

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NY PopsUp to Open at Select Broadway Theatres in April by Broadway Direct

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today the long-awaited return of live indoor performance across New York State will commence April 2, 2021, with the reopening of a significant number of F…

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Check Out These February Best Sellers From the Playbill Store by Dan Meyer

A Playbill gaiter, a Once On This Island vinyl, a Ratatouille Playbill, and more.

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(via Michelle Tabnick.) Theater Resources Unlimited announces upcoming TRU Community Gatherings via Zoom    Thinking in Zoom (2): Producers and Technologists Friday, March 5, 2021 at 4:30…

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Meet the Stars of Stage Door: Spotlight on Telly Leung!

Today, we're getting to know Broadway favorite Telly Leung, with whom you can book a shoutout today! Find out which performers he stans, what show he wants to see next, and what even his big…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

A ‘Rent’ Reunion Measures 25 Years of Love and Loss by Maya Phillips

A fund-raiser, a tribute, a documentary — and a reminder that Jonathan Larson’s musical remains especially inspiring in hard times.

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VIDEO: Check Out the Trailer for the Virtual Revival of AMOUR Featuring Derrick Baskin, Drew Gehling, Kara Lindsay & More

The trailer is now available for the upcoming virtual Broadway musical revival of Amour. Featuring the song “The Street Vendors' Waltz,” you can now get a first look at this innovative s…

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Broadway theaters to open doors in April for pop-up events by Caitlin Huston

Select Broadway theaters will open up again this April for a series of pop-up programs.  The theaters will open up starting April 2, 2021, after Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s announcement Wednesday…

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Select Broadway Theaters Will Re-Open in April as Part of NY PopsUp

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo announced today the long-awaited return of live indoor performance across New York State will commence April 2, 2021 with the reopening of a significant number of F…

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How to Win a Thespy by Suzanne Maguire

Here are 7 steps for success to follow! The post How to Win a Thespy appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Broadway's Music Box Theatre, St. Ann's Warehouse, La MaMa, and More to Reopen for NY PopsUp Events

Theaters will be allowed to host special performances at reduced capacity.

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Opera Dissection Podcast Aria Code to Return for 18-Episode 3rd Season by Ryan McPhee

Rhiannon Giddens hosts the series from WQXR and The Metropolitan Opera.

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Livestreaming a Conversation: The Living Presence of Our History: Part III

By . Double Edge Theatre presents The Living Presence of Our History: Part III livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV network at on Sunday 21 Mar…

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Catch Up With Slave Play Scribe Jeremy O. Harris & More on Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal by Lindsey Sullivan

Before it airs nationwide, we're offering a look at the latest episode of Broadway Profiles. Hosted by Emmy-winning anchor Tamsen Fadal and powered by, this installment will …

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

Patrick Cassidy Talks 30th Anniversary of ASSASSINS, Stephen Sondheim, and More on BACKSTAGE LIVE by BroadwayWorld

From March 3, 2021. Richard Ridge chats with Patrick Cassidy, who is getting the gang back together next week for a reunion of the original company of Assassins. Want more Backstage Live e…

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Shure Honored as a Top Workplace in the U.S. for 2021 by Michael Eddy

Shure Incorporated has been recognized as an award winner in Top Workplaces USA. Shure won in three categories, including Top Workplaces USA Award (National Award), Top Workplaces Manufactur…

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Review: MEGILLAH CYCLE by Myra Chanin

As is his singular wont, Shane Baker has once again assembled a star-studded international cast.

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MTC Student Monologue Challenge: Cynthia + Lio by Manhattan Theatre Club

This week's monologue was written by Cynthia Zephry a senior from G-Star School for the Arts in Florida, performed by Lio Mehiel, and directed by Tatyana-Marie Carlo. To read more about the…

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Beginning April 2, Event, Arts and Entertainment Venues in New York Can Reopen at 33% Capacity

During a press conference that New York governor Andrew Cuomo held today, it was announced that New York event, arts and entertainment venues holding less than 10,000 people would be allowed…

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Epson to Showcase Large Venue Laser Projectors at Virtual USITT Conference and Stage Expo by Michael Eddy

Epson America, Inc. will participate in the virtual USITT Conference and Stage Expo from March 8-12, 2021. Showcasing its Pro L-Series large venue laser projectors, Epson will demonstrat…

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What Have Theatre Artists Been Doing This Past Year? Eight Tell Their Stories by Artsjournal

“This notion that we have to do something, that we have to find other ways to work. I was like, ‘Hello, this is an opportunity to just stop. Everybody just stop. Can we really not do tha…

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Encore Screening of THE NIGHT OF THE IGUANA Starring Dylan McDermott, Phylicia Rashad and More to Take Place in March

La Femme Theatre Productions' presentation of Tennessee Williams's The Night of the Iguana, directed by Emily Mann, was initially streamed this past December and raised nearly $17K for The A…

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Tony Winner Cynthia Erivo Will Join Tom Hanks, Luke Evans, More in Disney's Live-Action Pinocchio by Andrew Gans

Robert Zemeckis will direct from a script he penned with Chris Weitz.

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The last idiot standing by Jake Austen

Cartoonist Johnny Sampson finally got his dream job at MAD magazine. Now he’s one of the only artists keeping the legendary publication going. Johnny Sampson …

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A Summer with Berridge Programs- Nurturing Your Unique Artistic Voice

With no in-person school or performance opportunities this year, young artists are looking towards summer theatre programs for the first opportunity to get back to doing what they love. 

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The Case for a New Federal Theater Project by Gordon Cox

The $15 billion Shuttered Venue Operators Grant — the federal program formerly known as Save Our Stages — isn’t exactly a new Federal Theater Project. But according to Nataki Garrett, …

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Cynthia Erivo, Rita Moreno, Phylicia Rashad and More Featured in The Paley Center for Media's New Series Celebrating Women

The Paley Center for Media will present a series of high-profile conversations to celebrate the ongoing achievements of women and to explore the challenges they continue to face. This new s…

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Georgi Mottram's Top 5: Tips for Dealing with Stage Fright and Anxiety by Official London Theatre

Opera singer, lecturer, piano and singing teacher turned Breathwork practitioner Georgi Mottram gives her top tips for tackling stage fright and talks about how she helps performers rid thei…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

The Descent of Cathy Downs by Trav S.D.

Big time props today for movie star Cathy Downs (1926-1976). Now that I’ve been a Long Islander for three years, when I hear that she’s from nearby Port Jefferson, I think of her as a lo…

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Review: The Great Gatsby, The Wardrobe Theatre by George Collins

Review: The Great Gatsby, The Wardrobe Theatre 4.0Overall Score If you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a patreon with every penny going towards keeping paying AYT go…

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Review: Late Night Staring at High Res Pixels, The Finborough Theatre by Jessica Handscomb

Review: Late Night Staring at High Res Pixels, The Finborough Theatre3.0Overall ScoreIf you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a patreon with every penny going towards …

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Cynthia Erivo Joins Live Action PINOCCHIO Film

Tom Hanks will play Geppetto in the film, with Luke Evans taking on the role of the coachman.

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Telly Leung, Constantine Rousouli, Anthony Lee Medina, and More Guest Star on DRAMA. Podcast

Telly Leung (Allegiance, Rent), Constantine Rousouli (Cruel Intentions, “Charmed”), and Anthony Lee Medina (Hamilton, Spring Awakening) are the latest stars to appear on theatre and ente…

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NEWS: Michaela Coel & Eddie Redmayne join Theatre Artists Fund appeal for struggling theatre workers by Press Releases

A host of top performers and theatre-makers have lent their support to a campaign for the Theatre Artists Fund, in the lead-up to the 16 March anniversary of UK theatres closing due to the p…

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Disney Centennial Exhibition in the Works for 2023 Debut

The exhibit will be seen at the Franklin Institute in Philadelphia.

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Neil Patrick Harris Will Lead 8-BIT CHRISTMAS on HBO Max

Emmy® and Tony Award® winning actor and New York Times bestselling author Neil Patrick Harris recently starred in HBO Max series 'It's a Sin' and next stars in 'The Matrix 4' which will…

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Bill C. Davis Dies: ‘Mass Appeal’ Playwright/Screenwriter Was 69 by Greg Evans

Bill C. Davis, whose 1981 Broadway hit play Mass Appeal was adapted for a 1984 feature film starring Jack Lemmon and Željko Ivanek, died Feb. 26 following a brief illness, his family has an…

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Ashley Park, Nikki M. James, Anaïs Mitchell, More Tapped for Amplify 2021 Concert by Dan Meyer

Kate Baldwin will direct the streaming benefit for Maestra Music.

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NEWS: Budget brings boosts for theatre industry while challenges remain by Press Releases

As expected Chancellor Rishi Sunak’s Budget has unveiled key commitments to help the theatre industry recover from the year-long economic effects of the Covid-19 induced lockdown.

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Hype Man Teaser by American Repertory Theater

From break beat poet and playwright Idris Goodwin (How We Got On), this reimagined version of Company One's Hype Man filmed up close and personal asks us: who has the responsibility to speak…

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On Zoom, Vimeo, PBS, Or An iPod, If A Theatre Company Does It, Is It Still Theatre? by Artsjournal1

Says the artistic director of a Twin Cities company, “I believe that theatre is storytelling and we are creating a new hybrid art form. It’s not quite theatre in that it’s video and no…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Stars in the House Celebrates Floyd Collins March 3 With Adam Guettel, Tina Landau, Jason Danieley, More by Andrew Gans

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

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Women's History Month! Celebrating 2010's Fave Songs of the Decade By Broadway's Extraordinary Ladies

The month is created to observe the extraordinary legacy of women in American history according to the celebratory month's website. We are thrilled to celebrate the dynamic, exceptional and …

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One That Got Away: Shuffle Along... by JK

One That Got Away: Shuffle Along (2016) This month's One That Got Away didn't have to get away at all. You see, we went to the city specifically to see Shuffle Along, or the Making of the…

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London Theatre News Today: Wednesday 3 March by Hira Desai

In today's roundup we've got a new podcast from National Theatre in partnership with Cast and a new reimagined production from Donmar Warehouse. The post London Theatre News Today: Wednesday…

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BroadwayHD Announces New March Releases for Spring by Broadway Direct

Exciting new productions spring forward with the clocks this month as BroadwayHD, the premiere streaming service for theater fans, brings a fresh new lineup to its platform.  On March 1, ma…

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Can You Finish the Missing Lyrics to Once On This Island? by Marc J. Franklin

Test your theatre knowledge of the Tony-nominated score.

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[Webinar Alert] A Top Screenwriting Guru Teaches U How To Structure That Movie U Have ALWAYS Wanted To Write.

There’s a joke that says everyone in Hollywood has an idea for a screenplay. That joke deserves a rewrite.  Because everybody everywhere has an idea for a screenplay. Few get their ideas …

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‘Intriguing piece’: 24, 23, 22 – Chronic Insanity (Online review) by Louise Penn

24, 23, 22, the latest production from theatre whizzes Chronic Insanity runs about 48 minutes, and is viewed across two devices (computer and phone).

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

House Theatre of Chicago announces new artistic director by Chris Jones

Chicago artist Lanise Antoine Shelley takes the lead at the Chicago theater company operating out of the Chopin in Wicker Park.

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‘The Long Dream’ and a labor nightmare by Kerry Cardoza

The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago’s latest exhibit preaches equity, but behind the scenes artists and former museum employees are demanding real change. …

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May Adrales Named New Artistic Director of the Lark

Adrales takes over from founding artistic director John Clinton Eisner.

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Part 2 Of Mike Burstyn's Interview Regarding MEGILLAH CYCLE Is Set To Air Tonight On 'The Yiddish Voice' by BroadwayWorld

Renowned actor/director Mike Burstyn will be this week's special guest on "The Yiddish Voice" on Boston's WNUR Radio tonight (Wednesday) at 7:30 pm. This week's installment of the popular pr…

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Theater to Stream: Star-Studded Digital Shorts and Escape Rooms by Elisabeth Vincentelli

The past year has made us rethink the boundaries between theater and film. Many of these shows are a little bit of both.

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(Tim Gray’s interview appeared in Variety, 3/1.) Liv Ullmann has been an international star since 1966’s Ingmar Bergman’s arthouse hit “Persona”; indeed, she is best-known for he…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

May Adrales Named The Lark’s New Artistic Director by Dan Meyer

The news comes less than a week after John Clinton Eisner announced his retirement.

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Patter of tiny feet: dancers on leaping into motherhood by Lyndsey Winship

Juggling babies and a job is always difficult – what are the particular pressures for performers and how is the industry taking steps to improve? Followers of Royal Ballet principal Lauren…

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'Midnight, Not a Sound From the Stages': Kerry Ellis Records an Apt New Version of Cats Anthem 'Memory' by Andrew Gans

Jon Monie penned new lyrics to the Andrew Lloyd Webber hit to raise awareness about the struggling theatre industry.

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Karen Olivo, Laura Benanti, Alia Jones-Harvey, More Set for Virtual Women's Day on Broadway by Andrew Gans

Disney on Broadway's fourth annual event is themed "Reflecting Courageously, Transforming Collectively."

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Topolinos Terrace Character Breakfast, using Caribbean Beach check out day to the MAX! by Framily Travel

Breakfast with Mickey, Minnie, Daisy and Donald at Topolinos Terrace in the Riviera Resort, exploring the grounds and squeezing an entire day of pool fun out of our check out day at The Cari…

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Didi Conn, Don Most, Sandy Duncan, and Adrian Zmed Star in Streaming Play Middletown

Dan Clancy's comedy is directed by Seth Greenleaf.

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Monty Python's Not the Messiah, Inspired By Life of Brian, Coming to BroadwayHD

The comic oratorio is written by Eric Idle and features a reunion of his fellow Python members.

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Recipients named for NYSAF NEXUS grants and The Kleban Prize by Deb Miller

The 2021 recipients of two prestigious theater initiatives for developing artists – one new, one well-established – have been named by New York Stage and Film and The Kleban Foundation. …

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White Lion Bailout Part One, from The Theatre Show. by The Theatre Show TV

Whitelion opens doors to opportunities, relationships and community for young people involved in the Youth Justice System or at risk of involvement. This is achieved through role modelling, …

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‘The contemporary lens really sharpens the focus’: THE REGINA MONOLOGUES – Maltings Theatre (Online review) by Ian Foster

Before Six, there was The Regina Monologues! Maltings Theatre’s streaming debut offers an interesting set of monologues.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

The Show Must Go On Virtually At George Street Playhouse by Chuck O'donnell

“We are embracing reinvention and thinking about ways that we can keep producing in this time, in a safe way,” said Kelly Ryman, managing director at George Street Playhouse. Safety is a…

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Donald Novis: No Novice by Trav S.D.

Much like Bob Hope, Donald Novis (1906-1966), was an English immigrant who came to the U.S. at a very young age and made it big on Broadway and on radio and in the movies. Born in Hastings, …

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Government budget 2021 by Kitty Underwood

Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak presented the Governments budget today, laying out a series of new crucial policies to help individuals and businesses during the Coronavirus pandemic…

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Virus and racism have dramatically reshaped local audience views on theater by News Desk

The findings of a new study of DC-area theatergoers reveal a dramatic shift in attitudes toward theater as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the Black Lives Matter movement. T…

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FROZEN The Musical: Introducing Elsa and Anna - Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon by Disney On Broadway

Get to know FROZEN's leading ladies! Get ready to experience the wonder of Disney’s FROZEN as it comes to life on stage at London’s Theatre Royal Drury Lane! The only official places …

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FROZEN The Musical: Photoshoot Behind-the-Scenes by Disney On Broadway

Go behind the scenes at a photoshoot with FROZEN's Elsa and Anna - Samantha Barks and Stephanie McKeon! Get ready to experience the wonder of Disney’s FROZEN as it comes to life on stage…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Wednesday, March 3, 2021 by Matt Tamanini

The Tony Award Voting has Begun, but How and Why? And, Matt Reviews “Plymouth Point” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines …

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Hallelujah Chorus Sing-Along by New York Philharmonic

Sing along with the New York Philharmonic and the Gächinger Kantorei Stuttgart in this 2009 performance of the “Hallelujah” chorus from Handel's “Messiah,” Presented by Gary W. Parr…

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The Book of Mormon on Broadway by The Book Of Mormon

Subscribe for more content from The Book of Mormon musical: Follow The Book of Mormon: https://www.i…

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Queen's Brian May and Dominic Ferris perform You'll Never Walk Alone - Captain Sir Tom Moore tribute by Official London Theatre

Saturday 27th February marked the funeral of Captain Sir Tom Moore who raised almost £39M for NHS charities during the first lockdown. Pianist and music producer Dominic Ferris teamed up wi…

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

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

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Building a brilliant theatre career: designer Sadeysa Greenaway-Bailey by Arifa Akbar

After cutting her teeth on carnival parades and the Olympics opening ceremony, the bright designer collaborated on dazzling creations for major London stages Sadeysa Greenaway-Bailey’s car…

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‘Cats’ redeemed? Thanks to Taylor Swift, the movie musical could win more Grammys than The Weeknd by Daniel Montgomery

Plenty has already been said about The Weeknd‘s startling Grammy snubs, but it still seems shocking when you consider what surprising projects could end up winning this year instead. That …

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Five Disney films we’d love to see on stage by Hira Desai

The magic of Disney on stage is unlike any other. From Frozen 2 to Moana, here are our top five Disney films that we’d love to see on stage. The post Five Disney films we’d love to see …

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‘Fun listening & sharp observations’: Lem ‘n’ Ginge: The Princess Of Kakos (Online review) by John Chapman

If you’re in search of something a bit left field and quirky and that deconstructs some of the tropes of fairy tale telling, you should find Lem ‘n’ Ginge: The Princess Of Kakos a toni…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Remembering Christopher Plummer: 1929 - 2021 | Stratford Festival 2020 by Stratford Festival

Remembering Christopher Plummer: 1929 - 2021. Christopher Plummer as Prospero in The Tempest (2010). Director: Des McAnuff Set Designer: Robert Brill Costume Designer: Paul Tazewell Lighti…

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NEWS: Bring It On The Musical will play a London season at the Southbank Centre in December 2021 by Press Releases

Selladoor Worldwide has announced that Bring It On The Musical will play its delayed London season at the Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall from 8 December 2021 to 22 January 2022, f…

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Why I Forgot The Lyrics by Jason Robert Brown

Lake Forest Academy, Chicago IL, 16 April 2010. Jason Robert Brown, piano & vocal Randy Landau, fretless bass Gary Sieger, acoustic guitar (You can see me do the whole song here: http://www…

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The Addams Family Musical on Tour- Happy/Sad by Addams Family

Happy/Sad Clip For more information about The Addams Family on Tour, please visit: Also check us out on: FACEBOOK:…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Casting Expectations: When your body is (not) the problem by Brit Christopher

As Women's History Month continues, today we're looking at casting expectations and the pressure to conform to society's and media's standards of beauty.

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Happy New Year From TDF by TDF

We can't wait to see you at the theatre real soon.

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We Believe in Imagination by TDF

Donating to TDF means you believe in the work we are doing to bring imagination to life while theatres are closed. Imagination didn't shut down when Broadway closed. Over the last eight mon…

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RAIN - A Tribute to the Beatles Returns to Salt Lake City this April at the Maverik Center by Rain: A Tribute To The Beatles

Together longer than the Beatles, RAIN – A TRIBUTE TO THE BEATLES will bring the greatest hits to life, from Ed Sullivan all the way to Abbey Road. This mind-blowing performance takes you …

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BALL STATE UNIVERSITY 3/13/21 @10PM EST by Jamie Damaso

Ball State University Saturday, March 13, 2021 @ 10pm EST JOIN US… if you dare! VIRTUAL MURDER MYSTERY: A Night to Dismember Zoom in to a killer event that’s to die for… Old-fashioned …

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Flesh after Fifty

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From the Archives: My Unpublished Interview with Amanda Holden from 2011 by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post From the Archives: My Unpublished Interview with Amanda Holden from 2011 first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Using Critical Fabulation for History-Based Playwriting by Calley N. Anderson, Holly L. Derr

By Calley N. Anderson, Holly L. Derr. Holly Derr and Calley N.

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

In Conversation with Yve Blake, Fangirling on the Fangirls by Shiya Lu

From Beatlemania in the sixties to 2010 boy band sensation One Direction, to today’s global phenomenon of K-Pop stars, different generations’ fangirls share an obsession, devotion, and u…

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Wednesday, March 3, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)


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Checking In With… Ain't Too Proud Star Matt Manuel by Andrew Gans

"I believe that this is such an opportunity to grow and reflect on ourselves. Growth is never comfortable."

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Select NYC Theatres to Reopen April 2 - The Apollo, Park Avenue Armory, St. Ann's Warehouse and other theatres reopening at reduced capacity

The Apollo, Park Avenue Armory, St. Ann's Warehouse and other theatres are reopening at reduced capacity---On Friday, April 2, multiple NYC performance venues with flexible seating will be a…

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15+ Stage Performances to Watch March 3-4 - See Jill Eikenberry in 'Jericho,' New York City Ballet, an 'Ain't Too Proud' conversation 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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Feb 01, 2020: The Minutes
Mar 31, 2020: Diana - Longacre Theatre
Apr 19, 2020: Sing Street - Lyceum Theatre
Dec 16, 2021: Diana - Longacre Theatre