Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Livestreaming a Performance: OUT Dance Project Virtual Tour

By . Beyond Boom and Bust presents OUT Dance Project Virtual Tour livestreaming on the global, commons-based, peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv from Thursday 25 March to Sun…

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Interview with Ossama Halal on Experimenting with Physical Theatre and Beyond by Najwa Kondakji

Ossama Halal is a Syrian theater director, choreographer, and actor. He started his artistic journey as a hip-hop dancer and trainer in 1994 until 2000. He graduated from the Acting Departme…

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Adjust The Procedure review. How bureaucracy fails the pandemic moment by New York Theater

“We are in an irregular time,” one college administrator says to another, an excuse for why the school bureaucracy has so failed to meet the challenge of the pandemic period that its los…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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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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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Variety Rolls Out Digital Voters’ Guide ‘Awards Circuit Down to the Wire’ by Variety Staff

Timed to coincide with the beginning of the Academy Awards Phase One voting, Variety is rolling out a digital Voters’ Guide on March 4, called “Awards Circuit Down to the Wire.” Coming…

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Eva Noblezada Talks Broadway Shutdown, HADESTOWN, and More on BACKSTAGE LIVE by BroadwayWorld

From March 4, 2021. Richard Ridge chats with Hadestown star Eva Noblezada! Want more Backstage Live episodes? Visit http://bway.world/BackstageLive

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Celebrate Tony-Winning Composer Jeanine Tesori With This Video Tribute by Talaura Harms

Samantha Williams, Kara Lindsay, NaTasha Yvette Williams, and more appear in the half-hour salute from music director Max Grossman.

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Aaron Fowler's Luminary show gives local collaborators space to create freely by Micah Barnes | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Aaron Fowler's first solo show, "N2EXISTENCE GENESIS," includes dozens of multimedia pieces that vary in theme.

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'Origami in the Garden' sculpture exhibition opens April 17 at Missouri Botanical Garden by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The show was planned to debut in April 2020 but was delayed because of the pandemic.

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St. Louis arts organizations bring diversity and inclusion to the forefront by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Arts and cultural organizations embark on initiatives to make staff, programming and audiences more inclusive.

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Melbourne Theatre Company returns with BERLIN by Sean McLoughlin

Opening on Thursday 22 April at Southbank Theatre, Joanna Murray-Smith’s brand new play, Berlin, is a riveting romantic thriller that pits

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Don’t Miss: ‘Tonight at the London Coliseum’ by Matthew Wexler

Ramin Karimloo, Sharon D. Clarke, Cassidy Janson and Carrie Hope Fletcher star in solo concerts this March at the London Coliseum. The post Don’t Miss: ‘Tonight at the London Coliseum’…

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THE PIANO LESSON to Hit Broadway and the Big Screen Starring Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks, and John David Washington

Samuel L. Jackson, Danielle Brooks, and John David Washington are set to star in a Broadway revival of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play The Piano Lesson in 2022. The production wi…

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The Conjurors' Club Creators: The Lunch Room Episode 30 by American Repertory Theater

Originally Aired March 2, 2021 The Conjurors’ Club Creators Vinny DePonto and Geoff Kanick talk with A.R.T. Line Producer Emma Watt about their interactive, multi-magician virtual experien…

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THE BIRTH OF ‘RENT,’ ITS CREATOR’S DEATH AND THE 25 YEARS SINCE by Robert Shuman

(Eric Grode’s article appeared in The New York Times, 2/25; via Pam Green; Photo: Jonathan Larson, left, who wrote the music, lyrics and book of “Rent,” with the play’s director, Mic…

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Ed Judge, a dentist who chose tending bar at Petterino’s instead, is dead at 55 by Chris Jones

If you were an exhausted actor straight from the dressing room, Petterino's bartender Ed Judge would know your drink and have it waiting.

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THE TIME TRAVELLER'S WIFE Musical Currently In Development

A musical adaptation of the bestselling novel turned hit film, The Time Traveler's Wife, is currently in development in the UK, under the title The Time Traveller's Wife. 

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Let’s Put on a Phone Bank! by American Theatre Editors

How a trio of New York theatre workers joined forces to create Amplifying Activists Together, a weekly online gathering to advance progressive causes.

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VIDEO: Dancers Show Off 'Agatha All Along' Broadway-Inspired Choreography on TikTok

There is one song that we haven't been able to get out of our heads all week - yes, it's Kristen Anderson Lopez and Robert Lopez's ridiculously catchy tune, 'Agatha All Along' from Marve…

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CHAUVET Professional Lights Dreams At Cultuurcentrum Maskerade by Michael Eddy

Although he was in the clothing business, Luc Provost always wanted to own a theater. Not long ago, fate gave him a reason to turn this aspiration into reality when he acquired 10,000 pieces…

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Odds & Ends: Saycon Sengbloh to Star in The Wonder Years, Kristin Chenoweth's Bootcamp & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Saycon Sengbloh Nabs Lead Role in The Wonder Years Reboot Saycon Sengbloh, who garnered a 2016 Tony nomination for her perf…

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Best Free Cash Back Apps. The Money Tree. by Broadway Joe

I wanted to take a break this week from the more lofty economic concepts, and instead focus in on some simple, practical additions to your financial practice that will literally […] The po…

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Edie Falco to Star as Hillary Clinton in Ryan Murphy's IMPEACHMENT: AMERICAN CRIME STORY

Edie Falco is set to Play Hillary Clinton in Ryan Murphy's upcoming Impeachment: American Crime Story. The third season of FX's true crime anthology series will feature Clive Owen as Presi…

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Art + Theater: MINT, slavery; Bloody Sunday by ArtsATL Staff

Three exhibitions continue through April 17 at MINT Gallery. The work of... The post Art + Theater: MINT, slavery; Bloody Sunday appeared first on ARTS ATL.

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Review: The Georgia Ballet’s “Love Classics” showcases reinvigorated troupe by Cynthia Bond Perry

Like most performing arts organizations, the pandemic has posed unprecedented challenges for... The post Review: The Georgia Ballet’s “Love Classics” showcases reinvigorated troupe app…

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A Tour Of Plays In Storefront Windows by Artsjournal

Presented as a “walking tour with theatrical displays,” and running Feb. 19-21, the performance was not a traditional narrative play, but rather a collection of six short individual vign…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Win BIG in Theatre Tech by Alan Strait

Win a Thespy by following these steps. The post Win BIG in Theatre Tech appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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SuperYou - Playbill Pre-Show Red Carpet by Playbill

SuperYou, the new musical that last year pivoted from its traditional opening to a drive-in concert in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, is now heading online. A filmed version of the dr…

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Gregory Gropper Performing Put On Your Sunday Clothes at the Mabel Mercer Convention 2018 by Call Me Adam

Gregory Gropper performing Jerry Herman's "Put On Your Sunday Clothes" at NYC's famed Lincoln Center during the Mabel Mercer Convention in 2018.

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Frozen to reopen Her Majesty’s Theatre this June by Gabi Bergman

Disney’s Frozen will have the honour of being the first musical to re-open the magnificent Her Majesty’s Theatre since the

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VIDEO: Dancers Perform COOL From WEST SIDE STORY Around New York City in New Video Directed by Josh Bergasse

American Dance Machine for the 21st Century has released its next virtual video, “Cool” from West Side Story, performed by 10 extraordinary dancers around New York City. “Cool” wa…

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Music for Victoria Fund to promote and support live music across the state by Sean McLoughlin

The Music for Victoria Fund has been established to provide live music venues across Victoria with the financial means to

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Ann Reinking Scholarship Established to Aid Early Career Dancers by Logan Culwell-Block

Off The Lane will offer an annual grant to a young dancer moving to New York City.

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Joan Weldon Dies: Actress Terrorized By Giant Ants In Sci-Fi Classic ‘Them!’ Was 90 by Greg Evans

Joan Weldon, stage actress and a Warner Bros. contract player in the 1950s who achieved lasting sci-fi fame in the creature feature giant ant classic Them!, died Feb. 11 at her home in Fort …

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Curtains Rise On Some NYC Theatre Venues in April as Part of NY PopsUp Initiative by Tremaine A. Price

As we approach the one-year anniversary of quarantine in NYC and Broadway shows being shut down for an unforeseeable future, Governor Andrew Cuomo and New York State officials have just give…

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In the News: A Contact Reunion, Lena Hall and Derek Klena in Bringing You Broadway Benefit, More by Talaura Harms

Plus: New York Theatre Barn hosts a Women in Theatre roundtable with Melissa Errico, Ann Harada, L Morgan Lee, and more.

Linked From Playbill at 03:44PM

WEBINAR: So You Want to Be a Producer? | The Network by American Theatre Wing

Do you have a passion for creating, but don't know the steps to get started? This Network meeting will delve into the many pathways to becoming a PRODUCER. Join us for an in-depth conversati…

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Review: Your Arm Is a Canvas, in ‘As Far as Isolation Goes’ by Jesse Green

Because of pandemic restrictions, a performance piece about refugees requires you to draw on yourself, in both senses

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Theater: THREE DAYS OF RAIN (Manhattan Theatre Club Reading with Original Cast and Director) by Tony Frankel

Reuniting The Stars of the Original Cast: Patricia Clarkson, John Slattery, and Bradley Whitford Streaming on demand from Thursday March 11 through Sunday March 21, Manhattan Theatre Club …

Linked From Stage and Cinema at 03:32PM

Melissa Errico, Ann Harada and More to Headline New York Theatre Barn's Women In Theatre Roundtable

New York Theatre Barn will host A Seat at the Table: A Panel on Women In Theatre on Wednesday, March 24th, 2021 at 7PM EDT. The live virtual roundtable presentation will serve as a benefit f…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 03:30PM

Nicola Pagett obituary by Michael Coveney

Stage and screen actor best known for playing Elizabeth Bellamy in the 1970s TV series Upstairs, Downstairs Nicola Pagett, who has died suddenly of a brain tumour aged 75, will not easily be…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:18PM

Some Old Black Man review – Wendell Pierce and Charlie Robinson are riveting by Chris Wiegand

Available onlineIntergenerational racism is explored in James Anthony Tyler’s gripping play, as a son and his father try to find a way to live together An ageing father has just moved into…

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Tony Nominee Saycon Sengbloh Will Star in Reboot of THE WONDER YEARS

Fred Savage, star of the original series, produces the reboot - which still takes place in the 1980s, but will instead follow a Black, middle class family in Montgomery, Alabama.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 03:17PM

VIDEO: Leslie Odom Jr. Talks Sam Cooke on X ON Y

Leslie Odom Jr. shares some of his favorite Sam Cooke songs that have inspired him throughout his life and while taking on the role of Sam in the film, One Night In Miami.

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Community Voices: Comedy Edition E5: Surrealism Writing by The Old Globe

Are you a bit outside the box? Do you communicate better through honking than words? Do you think linear storytelling is for the birds? Are you existing within a completely different stru…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Ann Reinking Scholarship Created for Young Dancers Moving to New York City by Marc Malkin

The late Ann Reinking is being honored with a scholarship in her name. The $5,000 grant from Off the Lane will be awarded annually to a young dancer moving to New York City to help them in t…

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TheaterWorks increases accessibility by adding American Sign Language interpretation to productions by Christopher Arnott

TheaterWorks has added American Sign Language interpretation to its latest online show, James Anthony Tyler's “Talkin’ to This Chick Sippin’ Magic Potion," and will offer the service f…

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“On the Aisle with Larry” by Lawrence Harbison

The excellent George Street Playhouse is streaming a production of Theresa Rebeck’s BAD DATES, a one-woman play wherein a divorced single mother prepares in her bedroom for various dates, …

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The Seeing Place Theater Works Up a Virtual “Sweat” by Philip

A play-writing recipe: Stir together equal parts racial tension, economic uncertainty, labor-management unrest, and class distinction. Fold in a smattering of unprovoked violence. Bake under…

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#AnnieGolden Interview Excerpt #Shorts #OrangeIsTheNewBlack by Call Me Adam

What happens when you are cast in the workshop of a Broadway show, but then don't move on to Broadway? Have you ever put your foot in your mouth when meeting someone new? "Orange is the Ne…

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ABTKids Daily | Meet ABT Executive Director Kara Medoff Barnett by American Ballet Theatre

Meet Kara Medoff Barnett, ABT's Executive Director, who kicks off Women's History Month celebrating the incredible women powering American Ballet Theatre onstage and behind-the-scenes! ____…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Saycon Sengbloh to Star in ABC Wonder Years Reboot Pilot

Sengbloh will play the matriarch of a family in the planned series.

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Saycon Sengbloh to Go Back in Time for ABC's The Wonder Years Reboot by Dan Meyer

The Tony nominee will appear in the Lee Daniels pilot, directed by original series star Fred Savage.

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New York City Theatrical Venues Can Reopen in April at 33% Capacity, Cuomo Announces by Helen Holmes, Helen Holmes

This mandate applies to events, arts and entertainment venues, but not to Broadway theaters, which will remain closed at least until June.

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Livestreaming a Conversation: Asian American Directors in Conversation & Practice

By . Consortium of Asian American Theaters and Artists (CAATA) presents the conversation Asian American Directors in Conversation & Practice livestreaming on the global, commons-based, p…

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Wandering With Magnetic: something i cared about by Michael Poandl

After a long pandemic winter, the Magnetic’s outdoor theater show, “something i cared about,” feels authentic and radical.

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Lupita Nyong'o, Juan Castano, Javier Muñoz, David Zayas to Star in Romeo Y Julieta

The bilingual audioplay will be presented as a podcast.

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An Offstage Tempest at American Shakespeare Center by American Theatre Editors

The Virginia company, reeling from a tumultuous year, moves forward without the leader many company members say made it worse, Ethan McSweeny.

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COVID Could Not Stop The Wooster Group by Artsjournal1

“They’re our holy fools, who — even when no one is watching — keep the art’s sacred fires burning. Rehearsal isn’t so much a preparation-to-show as it is a kind of religious prac…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Six Announces New Return Date for West End Production by Lindsey Sullivan

The West End production of Six has once again set new dates for its return to the stage. The musical will perform at London's Lyric Theatre beginning on May 21, according to the show's offi…

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Nick Cave joins RSC's hi-tech take on A Midsummer Night's Dream by Chris Wiegand

The musician’s voice will be heard in the new online show, which combines virtual reality and live performance A groundbreaking interactive Shakespeare production that features motion-cap…

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Ann Reinking Scholarship for Young Aspiring Dancers Announced

A $5,000 yearly prize will be given to a dancer moving to New York City to help them reach their dreams.

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"May I Approach!?" 8 Legally Blonde "What You Want" Clips That You Won't Object!

March 4th is National Marching Music Day! The first song that came to our mind? y Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's drum infused, toe tapping cheerleading Act One showstopper in Legally B…

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KTLA TV profiles Fountain Theatre and its plan for Outdoor Stage this summer by Fountaintheatre

Host Dayna Devon (“L.A. Unscripted“) profiles the Fountain Theatre and its exciting plans for an Outdoor Stage this summer as a game-changing response to COVID-19.

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We baked Bruce Bogtrotter's Chocolate Cake from Matilda | Meals from a Musical by Official London Theatre

For our second episode of Meals from a Musical, Milly attempts to bake the famous chocolate cake that Bruce Bogtrotter eats in Matilda. Let us know in the comments below if you have any othe…

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BAD DATES by Adam Cohen

Andréa Burns gives a felicitous performance. Her open expressive face and deft acting skills, coupled with some fun camera work make this a handsome, engaging theatrical evening.

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How do we love in the time of COVID? Rep Stage counts ten ways by Dc Metro Theater Arts Staff

For its first production since shutdown, Rep Stage explores how love can help us connect and heal in a time of isolation and unrest. The fully produced, filmed theater event of ten original …

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 11:07AM

The 5 Phases Of Broadway’s Return (and what to watch for).

There are a lot of things that are unknown about our future. Here is what I do know . . . Broadway will not open with 24-hour notice. It’s not like one day you’re going to be walking aro…

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‘A light touch & a dose of laughter’: FABLES AT THE KITCHEN TABLE – Stute Theatre (Online review) by Louise Penn

Soph is a storyteller, sharing tales from Aesop’s Fables to a virtual audience of school groups on Zoom. Fables at the Kitchen Table is the latest show from Stute Theatre, aimed at childre…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Column: A quarter-century later, the musical ‘Rent’ still resonates by Chris Jones

"Rent" is still as powerful now as it was when it opened on Broadway in 1996.

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Applications open for 2021 ETC Fred Foster Student Mentorship Program by Michael Eddy

Since 1999, the Fred Foster Student Mentorship Program has helped the next generation of lighting professionals jumpstart their careers. Each year, a select group of students is introduced t…

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Swan Lake, Sondheim Reunion With Assassins Cast, and More Streaming This Week

Didi Conn, Sandy Duncan, Adrian Zmed, and Don Most take the streaming stage in Middletown through April 4.

Linked From TheaterMania at 10:42AM

Lincoln Center Theater to Host Virtual Contact Reunion, With Susan Stroman and Cast

The Tony-winning musical is the longest-running production in the history of the Vivian Beaumont Theater.

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Actors’ Equity Slams New York City’s “Open Culture” Outdoor Performance Plan Over Wage And Safety Issues by Greg Evans

Actors’ Equity is warning members that New York City’s just-launched “Open Culture” program of outdoor performances on city streets does not meet the union’s minimum standards for …

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VIDEO: JAGGED LITTLE PILL Goes Behind the Scenes of 'Uninvited'

The scene deals with the drug addition of the character Mary Jane Healy, played by Elizabeth Stanley, and how she battles with her demons, which are personified in the choreography.

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Broadway’s favorite bad guy celebrates Shakespeare’s villains in ‘All the Devils Are Here’ by Thomas Floyd

Actor Patrick Page (‘Hadestown’) performs a streaming version of his one-man show for the Shakespeare Theatre Company.

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Revisit the Emotional Part 1 Finale of The Inheritance by Dan Meyer

Eric meets the ghosts of Walter’s caretaker past.

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VIDEO: Broadway Dancers Perform in ANYONE: A Dance Short Film From James Kinney

ANYONE: A Dance Short Film, directed and choreographed by James Kinney with cinematography and editing by Pierre Marais is now available to view! The film is produced by Nicole LaFountaine.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:13AM

Sweeney Todd, With Angela Lansbury and George Hearn, Rejoins BroadwayHD Lineup

The musical was taped during its national tour in the 1980s.

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How Weird Are This Season’s Tony Awards Going To Be? by Artsjournal1

Weirder than ever before, no doubt. As the voters fill out their ballots this week and next, none of the shows they’re considering have been onstage for a year, and they can’t vote in a …

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VIDEO: Watch Gloria Estefan, Kara Lindsay and More Read BROADWAY BABY!

Just last month, the children's book Broadway Baby, written by theater operator and producer Russell Miller with Judith A. Proffer, got a star-studded reading from some of Broadway's best.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 10:01AM

Stars in the House Celebrates Duke Ellington March 4 With Mercedes Ellington, Judith Jamison, Ty Stephens, More by Andrew Gans

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

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Back to Court: Six Plans (Another) West End Reopening by Ryan McPhee

The London musical continues to be a symbol of resilience during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Cuomo announces April 2 reopening of Broadway Flex Venues, Equity calls for vaccines by Deb Miller

As part of the NY PopsUp initiative, which began on February 20, with free public surprise performances across New York City and State, Governor Cuomo has announced that select Broadway thea…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 09:52AM

Chief Tahachee: Writer, Wrangler and “Rath Indian” by Trav S.D.

A thing or two about Jack-of-All-Trades Chief Tahachee (Jeff Davis Tahchee Cypert, 1904-1978) — not to be confused with the similar-sounding Chief Yowlachie, another Native American actor.…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 09:42AM

Rafaela Ottiano: The Menace from Venice by Trav S.D.

A salute today to the amazing Rafaela Ottiano (1888-1942). Originally from Venice, the young actress moved to the U.S. at the age of 22 — hence the thick Italian accent that characterized …

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, March 4, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Reserve Your Spot For Patti Murin's Masterclass Today!

BroadwayWorld is thrilled to announce that the next artist taking part in our Masterclass series is FROZEN's Patti Murin!

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Tina Landau Reveals Revised Version of FLOYD COLLINS Coming Soon

It was a glorious reunion last night on Stars in the House, as the original company of beloved 1996 musical Floyd Collins reunited. Book writer and director Tina Landau shared exciting news…

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Virtual Theatre Today: Thursday, March 4- with Eva Noblezada, Christine Ebersole and More!

Today (March 4) in live streaming: Eva Noblezada visits Backstage Live, a Sophisticated Ladies Reunion on Stars in the House, and more!

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:22AM

Jill Eikenberry Stars in Jericho, Directed by Marsha Mason, Streaming March 4 by Talaura Harms

The Jack Canfora family drama is the inaugural production for New Normal Rep.

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Box Office, Technical, Marketing Jobs & More in This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 3/4/2021

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 3/4/2021 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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VIDEO: The Bells Of Notre Dame performed by 100 voice remote choir by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Over 100 performers have come together to perform The Bells Of Notre Dame from Disney's The Hunchback Of Notre Dame remotely. Take a look! This post VIDEO: The Bells Of Notre…

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‘The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run’ Review: Still Square by Maya Phillips

This new franchise installment, “Sponge on the Run,” wants to be clever in nodding toward genre conventions. But its execution is poor.

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At This Performance: Jordan Dobson and Mia Pinero in West Side Story by JK

At This Performance: Jordan Dobson & Mia Pinero in West Side Story The last time I was in a Broadway theater, literally, was January 26, 2020. Ironically, it was the Broadway Theatre…

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‘Six’ seemed bound for Broadway glory. Then a pandemic shut it down on opening night. by Peter Marks

The story of one show’s highs — and a devastating low — is also a story of resilience.

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A family in ‘Jericho’ shares a traumatic Thanksgiving dinner by Deb Miller

With its inaugural production of Jack Canfora’s Jericho (which made its debut Off-Broadway at 59E59 in 2013), New Normal Rep – a new streaming theater company created during the pandemic…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 08:00AM

THROWBACK THURSDAY: Richard Mawbey of Wig Specialities by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Richard Mawbey chatted to BritishTheatre.com this week to talk about his career and to get an insight into the world of theatrical wig-making. This post THROWBACK THURSDAY: R…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Column: A restaurant room and inside of the Auditorium Theatre both capped at 50 people? Pritzker’s plan needs a new Phase 4.5 by Chris Jones

Pandemic limits for restaurants are relaxed and baseball may have live fans in the stands this summer. But the rules for indoor live entertainment in Illinois remain stuck, and make little s…

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, March 4, 2021 by Ashley Steves

Select Broadway Theaters Set To Open For New York Pop-Up Events, New York State Council on the Arts Awards $40 Million, Virtual Women’s Day on Broadway Line-Up Set “Today on Broadway” …

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Being Together: A Response to Estefanía Fadul’s PASSAGE THRU by Kallan Dana

PASSAGE THRU feels like stepping through a portal, a fable we get to participate in alongside the performers.

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No mansplaining in this all-women’s storytelling show by David Siegel

The question is, Who Tells Our Story? In a response to that question, Better Said Than Done is presenting the 2021 Women’s Storytelling Festival. The virtual event will be live online Marc…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 07:41AM

Todd Black (‘Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom’ producer) on ‘maintaining the theatricality’ of August Wilson [EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW] by Sam Eckmann

“It started at a lunch in 1989,” recalls producer Todd Black of his long standing collaboration with Denzel Washington. Back then, Black had just seen “Glory” and was eager to work w…

Linked From Gold Derby at 07:41AM

Nickelodeon Set to Expand ‘SpongeBob SquarePants’ With ‘Patrick Star’ Series by Brian Steinberg

Brian Robbins walked into a meeting where executives were deciding whether kids-media giant Nickelodeon should pick up “SpongeBob SquarePants” for a twelfth cycle, and asked what he thou…

Linked From Variety at 07:41AM

Oscars Predictions: Best Actress – Could Andra Rule the ‘Day’ With ‘Billie Holiday’? by Clayton Davis

Variety's Awards Circuit is home to the official predictions for the upcoming Oscars from Film Awards Editor Clayton Davis. Following Academy Awards history, buzz, news, reviews and sources,…

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Coronavirus in N.J.: What’s reopened, what concerts, festivals and shows are rescheduled, canceled by Patrick O'shea

George Street Playhouse in New Brunswick begins its 2021 season online Feb. 23-March 14 with Theresa Rebeck’s “Bad Dates.”

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Dame Harriet Walter: My Turning Point | Theatre Artists Fund by Official London Theatre

Dame Harriet Walter shares her turning point story. On March 16 2020 Theatres were first into lockdown & will be the last to reopen. Thousands cannot do the jobs they have trained to do and …

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10 Empowering Musical Theatre Songs Written by Women for Women by Alexandra Appleton

As we move towards International Women's Day (March 8th....note it down folks!), we're taking a look at the work of some incredible women who broke through the male-dominated world of musica…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Musical Bring It On to open at London’s Southbank Centre this Christmas!

The Tony-nominated musical Bring It On has been announced to be opening at Southbank Centre in London. Based on the popular teen film of the same name and with a score from Hamilton’s Lin…

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NEWS: UK premiere of new murder mystery musical A Killer Party to be streamed in 9 episodes by Press Releases

The UK premiere of A Killer Party will be released as a series of nine episodes to watch on-demand, at home or on the go. This “side-splitting new musical”, fuelled by a contemporary pop…

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‘Emotionally powerful piece’: CHILDREN’S CHILDREN (Online review) ★★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Children’s Children, a short film formed of five monologues, is a powerful and thought provoking piece that asks if history can ever really be forgotten when it still forms part of the pre…

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Six Musical set to be amongst first to reopen in May 2021!

Six the Musical have just confirmed that they will be opening almost as soon as Government guidance allows. The show which was having a socially distanced limited season at London’s Lyric …

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Before you travel to a tropical isle, here's what you need to know

It's the latest in adventure travel—deciding whether to travel at all.

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Six the musical reopens at the Lyric Theatre London in May 2021 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo West End musical phenomenon Six the musical has announced it will reopen at the Lyric Theatre, London on 21 May 2021. This post Six the musical reopens at the Lyric Theatre L…

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5 Things to Do This Weekend

Our critics and writers have selected noteworthy cultural events to experience virtually and in person in New York City.

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What Does It Mean To Have Influence by Joe Patti

I saw an article containing an interview with choreographer Robert Moses that basically opens with Moses saying the conversations occurring regarding equity are addressing the wrong question…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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A Digital Festival, in the Spirit of Bertolt Brecht by A.j. Goldmann

The directors of the Brecht Festival Augsburg have curated an online-only event that runs the gamut from experimental films to poetry slams and puppetry.

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Florian Zeller on The Father: 'Anthony Hopkins took me in his arms. We knew the miracle had happened' by Ryan Gilbey

The French director and dramatist reveals how he pushed Hopkins into giving one of the most wrenching performances of his career in an unflinching dementia drama also starring Olivia Colman …

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Julie Felix: the brilliant Black ballerina who was forced to leave Britain by Steve Rose

She was told there was no room for a ‘brown swan’ in the London Festival Ballet, so she went to the US. There she found enormous success, dancing for everyone from Michael Jackson to Pri…

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Wedding Singer Australian Tour by Sean McLoughlin

AussieTheatre has a double pass to giveaway to The Wedding Singer at each stop on its Australian tour in Adelaide,

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10 Strong Female Characters to Celebrate Women’s History Month by Matthew Wexler

To celebrate Women's History Month, we highlight 10 iconic female characters and the actresses who have brought them to life. The post 10 Strong Female Characters to Celebrate Women’s Hist…

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The Sorry Mum Project & Let Me Know When You Get Home by Sean McLoughlin

AussieTheatre has a double pass to giveaway to Double Bill: The Sorry Mum Project & Let Me Know When You

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Historic ballroom becomes pop-up performance space supporting local artists by Peter J Snee

Sydney, Australia: The Sydney Fringe is delighted to announce today a new partnership with 5 Eliza Ltd to enable the

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The Wharf Revue’s final season transfers due to popular demand by Peter J Snee

Due to popular demand and reduced audience capacities, Sydney Theatre Company will be transferring its final season of The Wharf

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National Opera Shines Spotlight on Young Talent by Peter J Snee

With Artistic Director, the esteemed Peter Coleman-Wright AO at the helm, and featuring a star-studded lineup of all-Australian cast members,

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Adapting to Pandemic Regulations by Merve Parla

By Merve Parla. Merve Parla shares her experience with Netherlands-based dance company Club Guy & Roni’s recent production of Swan Lake, an interactive experience with both offline and…

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March 4: Broadway votes for last year’s Tony Awards — and Andrew Lloyd Webber announces a triple West End return in July by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post March 4: Broadway votes for last year’s Tony Awards — and Andrew Lloyd Webber announces a triple West End return in July first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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The Brunswick Ballroom has arrived by Peter J Snee

Melbourne’s most dynamic and exciting new performance venue, the BRUNSWICK BALLROOM has opened with a bang enjoying a weekend of

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Experience Lewis Carroll’s timeless classic Live on Stage at QPAC this school holidays! by Peter J Snee

The internationally acclaimed theatrical masterpiece Alice in Wonderland is coming to QPAC for six performances only April 7 and 8

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Thursday, March 4, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Perth Festival Review: “Whale Fall” is a Powerful Story About a Trans Boy, and the Life of a Whale by Chandra Salgado Kent

Review: Whale Fall, written by Ian Sinclair and directed by Melissa Cantwell for The Kabuki Drop. Commissioned by PICA and co-presented with Perth Festival. Whale Fall follows the emotional …

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Scranton Scratch Night Hosts Emerging Writer Showcase March 4 by Dan Meyer

The virtual evening is produced by Pinkhouse Productions and Scranton Shakespeare Festival.

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Revisit Lincoln Center Theater’s King Lear Starring Christopher Plummer by Marc J. Franklin

The production of the Shakespearean drama opened at the Vivian Beaumont Theater March 4, 2004.

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