Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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JAGGED LITTLE PILL auditions now open by Gabi Bergman

Jagged Little Pill LLC, Trafalgar Entertainment Group and GWB Entertainment are excited to announce the international debut of the latest

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Oscar Winner Olympia Dukakis Has Died at the Age of 89

The screen and stage legend passed away in New York.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Is COVID killing the arts? Part II: Nationally-known companies by Admin

Picture this: a large-scale organization, with multiple initiatives at play and planned out for many months to come, suddenly has all of those projects halted and all of that planning become…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Casting in the age of the cloud: The visibility conundrum by Admin

Next up in our series, Casting in the age of the cloud, is all about the visibility conundrum.  In a conversation I had with a choreographer friend of mine several months ago, she said, …

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$45 mobile Rush tix on offer for Opera Australia’s first fully digital spectacular AIDA by Gabi Bergman

$45 mobile Rush tickets will be offered, exclusively via TodayTix, for the acclaimed production of Aida, by celebrated Italian director

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Get lost in Elsinore in Malthouse Theatre’s immersive BECAUSE THE NIGHT by Gabi Bergman

Malthouse Theatre are once again changing the game with their new show, Because The Night. The unique immersive piece was

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Tips for College Tours: Make Your Best Decision by Laura Enstall

Make the most of every tour in person or virtually. The post Tips for College Tours: Make Your Best Decision appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Next Chapters: Uplifting orchestral manoeuvres by Sean McLoughlin

As part of the Chatswood Cultural Program, concert goers will be uplifted by the rhythmic richness of the Willoughby Symphony

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Jayde Kirchert on MARA KORPER by Gabi Bergman

For decades, audiences have been fascinated by the concept of Dystopia. From The Handmaid’s Tale to 1984, Brave New World

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Musical Mondays #31 by Gabi Bergman

Welcome back to Musical Mondays! In case you’re new here, this column is a peek into the depths of the

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Tim Minchin to perform at 2021 Art Of Music Dinner by Sean McLoughlin

Jenny Morris and Nordoff Robbins Music Therapy (Noro) are thrilled to announce the 2021 Art of Music Collection to be auctioned at Sydney’s most

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Steppenwolf Announces Artistic Leadership Transition This Summer

Today Steppenwolf Theatre Company shared that Anna D. Shapiro, who has served as Artistic Director since 2015, will step down from this role when her contract expires in August 2021.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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COME FROM AWAY to premiere in Sydney this June by Sean McLoughlin

Sydney’s long-awaited season of COME FROM AWAY opens at Sydney’s Capitol Theatre, with performances from 3 June. After being postponed

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Hugo Chegwin: ‘Waitrose sent me home to get my David Beckham mohawk cut off’

The actor, writer and People Just Do Nothing star on the things that make him laugh the most A Mitchell and Webb sketch about football; as a non-football fan I related to it so much. The sen…

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Tarantula, Southwark Playhouse online review – spine-tingling love and trauma by Aleks.sierz

Philip Ridley’s new monologue is a dazzling masterclass in storytelling I think I can safely say that polymath playwright Philip Ridley has had a good lockdown. In March last year, when T…

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This Week on Broadway for May 2, 2021: Gretchen Cryer by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere talk with Gretchen Cryer. This Week on Broadway has been coming to you every week since 2009. It is the longest running Broadway and the…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Major Grammys shakeup: Academy ditches secretive nomination review committees for 2022 awards by Daniel Montgomery

The 2021 Grammys sparked controversy with their nominations and snubs — par for the course for the institution, whose own former CEO Deborah Dugan alleged vote-rigging and conflicts of int…

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Disneyland reopens in California after 412 days, with a revamped ride and new safety measures by Usa Today, Harrison Hill, Usa Today

At 25% capacity, Disneyland welcomes guests to the park after 412 days, with Snow White's Enchanted Wish revamped.      

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As we return to normal, a new plague: stage fright in the theater of daily life by Charles McNulty

With the next chapter of the pandemic comes a fear of returning to the roles we all used to perform, even among friends.

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Review: Tarantula, Southwark Playhouse by Ryan Van Champion

Review: Tarantula, Southwark Playhouse4.0Overall ScoreIf you’re enjoying our content, then please consider becoming a member, with every penny going towards keeping paying AYT going and pa…

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Concert Review: ‘Spring Affair 2021: A Ruby Jubilee’ by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, D.C. by Kristin Franco

While music is an excellent way to enjoy yourself and be entertained, it can also be a powerful tool to deliver a message. The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC has been using music as a …

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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With Her Final Album, Rebecca Luker Bids a Fond Farewell by Jesse Green

The much-loved Broadway soprano, who died in December, had one more miracle up her sleeve.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Adrienne Warren, theater activists demand greater racial equity on Broadway by Gillian Russo

Hundreds of artists, students and activists gathered outside Bryant Park Saturday to demand racial equity on Broadway and within the theater industry at large.  This is the second protest i…

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Steppenwolf Announces Artistic Leadership Transition by Michael Eddy

Artistic Director Anna D. Shapiro will Step Down Upon Completion of her Contract in August 2021 On May 2, 2021, Steppenwolf Theatre Company shared that Anna D. Shapiro, who has served as Art…

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Making actor-centric art, new Virtual Repertory Theater Collective goes ‘Wilde’ by Dc Metro Theater Arts Staff

Fans of Oscar Wilde will be treated to The Importance of Being Earnest in two livestream performances by Virtual Repertory Theatre Collective on Zoom May 8 and 9, 2021. The new company, foun…

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‘A Quick Five’ with Laurie T. Freed, Director of ‘To the New Girl’ at Peace Mountain Theatre Company by Susan Brall

Since the pandemic, Peace Mountain Theatre Company’s productions have switched gears to virtual. They used their Educational Outreach Program department to produce plays more critical to o…

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Anna Shapiro resigns as artistic director of Steppenwolf Theatre by Chris Jones

The artistic leader of Steppenwolf and the director of "August: Osage County" is stepping down from her post effective at the end of August.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)
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REDISCOVERING FRANCE’S EARLY FEMALE PLAYWRIGHTS by Robert Shuman

(Laura Cappelle’s article appeared in The New York Times, 4/28; via Pam Green.  Photo: From left, Marie Langlet, Julie Ménard and Marine Ségalen in a production of Madame de Villedieu…

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Theatre Review: ‘First Date’ presented by NextStop Theatre Company by Mary Ann Johnson

“First Date” has a sterling cast and they all give very solid performances. The show can also be quite funny. One of the funniest moments is the song sung by Taylor Witt’s Aaron, final…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Alexis Roston Sings Ella Fitzgerald’ is live for a very happy audience at the newly reopened Milwaukee Rep by Chris Jones

It's been so long, we've almost forgotten what a live show can be like. Up in Wisconsin, "First Lady of Song: Alexis Roston sings Ella Fitzgerald" takes that first step back into a theater.

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Theatre Review: ‘Midnight at the Never Get’ at Signature Theatre by Susan Brall

Signature Theatre’s third production of this season opened virtually this week on Marquee TV. “Midnight at the Never Get” was originally developed in 2015. With book, lyrics and music …

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‘Flawed but very funny piece’: TENNIS ELBOW – Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh & Pitlochry Festival Theatre (Online review) ★★★★ by Thom Dibdin

There is little doubt that a tightened-up version of Tennis Elbow would be better, but the sheer pleasure in language displayed here already goes a very long way.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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NEWS: Dance Preview of Local Spring Offerings by Lynne Menefee

    Treat your mom to the ballet!   Forget flowers. Chocolate can wait until Christmas. For this Mother’s Day, treat your mom to the ballet, and we promise she will enjoy a live perform…

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Olympia Dukakis, Distinctive Actress Remembered for Political, Social Activism on Stage and Screen, Dies at 89 by Broadway.com

Olympia Dukakis, the Emmy- and Academy Award-winning actress hailed for her landmark portrayal of the transgender Anna Madrigal in Tales of the City, died on May 1 at the age of 89. Accordi…

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Listen to Bollywood Hits on Elaine Paige on Sunday by Broadway.com

Broadway might still be shut down, but Elaine Paige on Sunday isn't! Olivier-winning actress Elaine Paige is giving Broadway.com listeners a chance to hear her BBC Radio 2 show. On this we…

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Brian Aherne: Did “A Proper Job”: by Trav S.D.

We’ll stipulate that Brian Aherne (William Brian de Lacy Aherne, 1902-1986) was one of the more non-descript members of Hollywood’s British colony during the classic studio years. We hav…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Jamie deRoy by Barry Gordin

Tony Award Winning Musicals Part One May 1, 2021: Jamie deRoy & friends: Songs from TONY AWARD WINNING MUSICALS PART ONE airs Monday, May 3 on the new HD Channel 1993 at 8 PM. Hugh…

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‘Fascinated by the script & staging throughout’: BEING MR WICKHAM – Original Theatre Company (Online review) by Louise Penn

Being Mr Wickham is a lovely idea: we are not just seeing the change in Wickham, but in Adrian Lukis portrayal. He clearly has a close affinity with the character and fits back into it perfe…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Netflix Feature Adaptation Of Broadway’s ’13: The Musical’ Finds Its Stars by Anthony D'Alessandro

EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has locked down the cast to its upcoming feature adaptation of Broadway’s 13: The Musical. The musical, which ran from October 2008 to January 2009 at the Bernard B. Jac…

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The Wrong Jason Brown by Jason Brown

A son, his mother, and a legacy of abuse.

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Cher, Viola Davis and More Pay Tribute to Olympia Dukakis: ‘An Actor’s Actor’ by Haley Bosselman

“I love you more than my luggage,” Olympia Dukakis’ Clairee Belcher says to Shirley MacLaine’s Ouiser Boudreaux in the beloved 1989 movie “Steel Magnolias.” With the news of Duka…

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Olympia Dukakis, theater veteran and Oscar-winning 'Moonstruck' actress, dies at 89 by Nardine Saad

Oscar winner Olympia Dukakis, the theater veteran who had memorable turns in films such as "Moonstruck" and "Steel Magnolias," has died in New York City.

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Advocacy group wants to see more Asian dancers on the stage, and more Asian choreographers on the program by Anying Guo

Final Bow for Yellowface’s “10,000 Dreams” virtual festival focuses on promoting the work of marginalized choreographers and holding dance companies accountable.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Boland: Journey of a Poet review – a profound portrayal of Eavan Boland’s life by Clare Brennan

Mick Lally theatre, Galway; available onlineDrawing on her early writings, Colm Tóibín captures the essence of the late Irish poet in this transformative livestreamed production Eavan Bo…

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‘Interesting play that just needs a bit of tweaking’: MONEY – represent (Online review) by John Chapman

The practice of “greenwashing” is examined in Money, a pertinent interactive drama from new company represent.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Sat., 5/8 @ 7:00 pm EDT Stearns Matthews LIVE @ Music at the Mansion by Cabaret Hotspot!

Stearn Matthews returns to Music at the Mansion’s Live Concert Porch Series at the Oakeside Cultural Center Bloomfield, NJ (These concerts will also be live streamed!) Here’s a link for …

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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That was the week that was (April 25-May 1 2021)….. by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post That was the week that was (April 25-May 1 2021)….. first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Baritone Michael Honeyman on Opera Australia’s AIDA by Gabi Bergman

Opera Australia are returning to Melbourne with their critically acclaimed production of Aida. A production like no other, Aida boasts

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Counterpointe, The Australian Ballet by Deborah Jones

Sydney Opera House, April 27. Does Counterpointe shine an illuminating light on the journey of classical dance from the 19th century to the 20th or is it a mighty clash of opposing force…

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Sunday, May 2, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Celia Keenan-Bolger and Erika Henningsen Discuss Small Acts of Service in Latest Sunday Pancakes by Dan Meyer

The Broadway stars explore making systemic change over time.

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2021 Lucille Lortel Awards, Honoring Off-Broadway Excellence, Stream May 2 by Andrew Gans

The pre-taped special benefits The Actors Fund.

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The End Begins as Pose Season 3 Premieres May 2 on FX by Dan Meyer

Two-time Tony nominee Jeremy Pope joins Billy Porter, Mj Rodriguez, and more in the the final season of the groundbreaking series.

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Look Back at The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The musical comedy opened at the Circle in the Square Theatre May 2, 2005.

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Celebrate 37 Years of Sunday in the Park With George With Mandy Patinkin and Bernadette Peters by Playbill Staff

Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical opened at the Booth Theatre May 2, 1984.

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