Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Angus Cerini is the new STC Patrick White Playwrights Fellow by Sean McLoughlin

Angus Cerini has been appointed Sydney Theatre Company’s new Patrick White Playwrights Fellow, just six months after his gothic two-hander Wonnangatta

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Bighouse Dreaming

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

‘The Phantom of the Opera’ Launches AR Insta Filter by Matthew Wexler

Incorporating the musical’s iconic mask, the AR tool is Broadway’s first to allow people to assume the look of a character on the social media platform. The post ‘The Phantom of the Op…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

People You Should Know . . . Elinor T Vanderburg by Zack Calhoon

Elinor T Vanderburg is a Black-American writer, performer and voice artist born in Washington, D.C. She writes plays for and about misfits, creating troubled chimerical landscapes to call he…

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TheaterMania Live with Lewis Flinn by TheaterMania

Composer Lewis Flinn discusses his new album, The Curtain Call Mixes.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Exclusive: Listen to Excerpts from New Episodes of BROADWAY GIVES BACK Focusing on Behind-the-Scenes Philanthropy

Philanthropy unites Broadway stars like Lin-Manuel Miranda, Gloria Estefan, Judith Light, and more. The Broadway Gives Back Podcast spotlights Broadway actors, shows, and organizations in th…

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Opening Soon at the Morgan Library & Museum: Architecture, Theater, and Fantasy: Bibiena Drawings from the Jules Fisher Collection by Kathy Eddy

The first exhibition dedicated to Bibiena drawings in the United States in more than thirty years, the Morgan Library & Museum’s Architecture, Theater, and Fantasy: Bibiena Drawings fr…

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Michael Jackson’s Image Was Worth Just $4 Million at His Death, Tax Court Rules by Gene Maddaus

Michael Jackson’s image was worth just $4 million at the time of his death in 2009, a U.S. tax court judge ruled on Monday, far below the $161 million valuation sought by the IRS. The ruli…

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AFI Reschedules Life Achievement Gala Honoring Julie Andrews by Rebecca Rubin

As Julie Andrews’ character says in “The Princess Diaries” sequel: “A queen is never late. Everyone else is simply early.” So it’s only fitting that the American Film Institute…

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Every ‘Star Wars’ Movie and Disney Plus Project in 2021 and Beyond by Antonio Ferme

Ever since Disney purchased Lucasfilm in 2012, audiences have  created a plethora of new “Star Wars” content. The sequel trilogy — 2015’s “The Force Awakens,” 2017’s “The La…

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UTA Promotes More Than 100 Employees Across Departments by Angelique Jackson

United Talent Agency has promoted more than 100 employees across 30 departments, marking its largest-ever class of promotions. The promotions — which encompass employees at all levels of t…

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#IWriteMusicals Apply Now - Alejandro Rodriguez by American Theatre Wing

Calling all high school songwriters! The National Endowment for the Arts and the American Theatre Wing are accepting submissions to the 2021 Musical Theater Songwriting Challenge. This natio…

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Virtual Showlight 2021 Confirms Speakers, Date, and Venue: May 25, 2021 – Online by Michael Eddy

Showlight is delighted to reveal the speakers for its one-day online Virtual Showlight on May 25, 2021. In a snapshot of the full Showlight event, an exciting series of papers will be presen…

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Hartford Symphony music director Carolyn Kuan extends contract three more years by Christopher Arnott

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra has extended Carolyn Kuan's contract through May of 2024. She has been the symphony's music director since 2011.

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Carissa Lee chats NGARNGK: GIVER OF LIFE by Gabi Bergman

Meaning ‘giver of life’ in the Nyoongar language, Ngarngk: Giver of Life is an exploration of black motherhood. The writing

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Nancy Lassalle, Longtime Promoter of Ballet, Dies at 93 by Penelope Green

In 1941 she studied at George Balanchine’s fledgling dance academy. She was not destined to be a ballerina, but she dedicated her life to Balanchine’s legacy.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Audience Choice - Comedy Winner by Stratford Festival

Last week, we asked you to help us choose between 3 Comedies in our film library for our Live Viewing Party on Thursdays. It was a close run, but you've made up your mind! By popular demand,…

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Livestreaming a Conversation: Unrehearsed Futures: Serious Play

By . Presenting Unrehearsed Futures: Serious Play livestreaming on the global, commons-based peer produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Thursday 13 May 2021 at 4 a.m.

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Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp 2021 - Trailer by Lincoln Center

Attention middle school students, administrators, teachers, colleagues, and families! Middle School Arts Audition Boot Camp is a free, two-week arts program for New York City Department of E…

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Odds & Ends: Derek Klena, Derrick Baskin & More Tapped for The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Musicals & More by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed recently. Starry Line-Up Announced for The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Musicals Tony nominees Derek Klena, Derrick Baskin, Anika Larsen and…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

In the News: Lea Salonga, David Henry Hwang Named to API Impactful Leaders List, Rock-Baroque Hybrid My Cyrano to Play NYC by Andrew Gans

Plus: Watch schoolchildren take on the Disney musical Frozen in a trailer for the new documentary Curtain Up!.

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The Wilma presents James Ijames’s ‘Fat Ham’ by Hanae Mason

The ‘Hamlet’-inspired ‘Fat Ham,’ James Ijames’s latest Wilma premiere, could have gone the route of tragedy porn, but it doesn’t end the way you expect. Hanae Mason reviews.

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Interview with Ted Sperling by Erin Kahn

  Tony Award winner Ted Sperling has lent his musical talents to Broadway productions like The Light in the Piazza, Ragtime, and the most recent revivals of My Fair Lady, Fiddler on the Ro…

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Williamstown Announces New Play Award and Commissions by Amelia Merrill

John J. Caswell Jr. is the recipient of this year's L. Arnold Weissberger New Play Award and the 2022 Jay Harris Commission.

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Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's Pass Over to Play Broadway's August Wilson Theatre by Caitlin Moynihan

Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's acclaimed play Pass Over is set to make its Broadway debut. Directed by Obie Award winner Danya Taymor (Heroes of the Fourth Turning), Pass Over will reopen Broa…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Good afternoon, shoppers: The pandemic is no excuse to be rude by Roz Warren

We’re all navigating a weird and troubled pandemic world. Roz Warren says we don’t have to be rude on top of everything else.

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Impresario Howard Panter Predicts Theater Business Will Boom Again Post-COVID by Brent Lang

Sir Howard Panter, one of the leading forces in live theater, is so convinced that Broadway, the West End and other stage hubs are poised to come back in a big way post-pandemic, that he’s…

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5 Beautiful Musical Moments From Rebecca Luker's Beloved Broadway Co-Stars Ahead of Benefit for Target ALS

We are hours away from what is bound to be a moving benefit fundraising for Target ALS in honor of the luminous Rebecca Luker.

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Watch The Dalmatian (Adrianna Hicks) Sing 'Take Me or Leave Me' in Bonus Video From Broadway's Masked Singer by Dan Meyer

Plus, more bonus videos and a Q&A with contestants Nic Rouleau and Jelani Remy.

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Review: In ‘Last Match’ from Writers Theatre, a U.S. tennis champion fears getting older by Chris Jones

The tennis is only suggested on stage at Writers Theatre in this streaming play. But tennis fans won't look away for a second as an aging champ battles a younger opponent, and time.

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VIDEO: Behind the Scenes Peek Unveiled for THE DESTRUCTION OF JANE by BroadwayWorld

A short behind the scenes featurette was recently released for the new seven-part miniseries THE DESTRUCTION OF JANE, which premiered last Thursday, inspired by the infamous film TARZAN THE …

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Performer Stuff Academy Vocal Coach Series Featuring Jenny Kim-Godfrey Lesson Five by Performerstuff

Performer Stuff Academy Vocal Coach Series Featuring Jenny Kim-Godfrey Lesson Five Written by: Tiffany Wilkie May 4, 2021 Performer Stuff Academy continues with our new “Vocal Coach S…

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Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s PASS OVER Will Reopen Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre by Drew Shade

The critically acclaimed, award-winning play PASS OVER by Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu (Afira Akbar, The Guardian) will reopen the August Wilson Theatre, formerly the Broadway home of Mean Gir…

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EgoPo Classic Theater presents Adam Rapp’s ‘Nocturne’ by Jillian Ashley Blair Ivey

EgoPo’s production of Adam Rapp’s 2001 ‘Nocturne’ defies the company’s “classic theater” mission, but feels nonetheless like a Greek tragedy, catharsis and all. Jill Ivey revie…

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Jacques d’Amboise, a Ballet Star Who Believed in Dance for All by Gia Kourlas

The New York City Ballet legend, who went on to form National Dance Institute, lived to the fullest — and danced with that same spirit.

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Uplifting music we need right now, from the APO and a starry cast by News Desk

DC’s own American Pops Orchestra (APO), under the baton of Maestro Luke Frazier, will bring to the nation a program of musical uplift, joy, and comfort that could not be more pitch perfect…

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Sofia Coppola’s Challenge: To Convey the Feeling of Live Dance by Roslyn Sulcas

Coppola and Justin Peck talk about how they approached making a film for New York City Ballet’s digital spring gala.

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Back in the Girdle Again: Getting Fitted After a Year Untouched by Melissa Errico

Confessions of an actress seeking reassurance — and sleeves — as she steps before a live concert audience again.

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‘Pass Over,’ About Black Men Trapped by Dread, Heads to Broadway by Michael Paulson

The play, by Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu, has previously been staged at several prominent theaters and filmed by Spike Lee for Amazon.

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Blair Underwood, Sarah Silverman to Star in VIRAL

Underwood may be best known as Jonathan Rollins on the NBC legal drama L.A. Law, which he played for seven years.

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Breaking: Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's PASS OVER Will Open on Broadway at the August Wilson Theatre

The Lincoln Center Theater/LCT3 production of Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s acclaimed, award-winning play PASS OVER, directed by Obie Award winner Danya Taymor (“Daddy”, Heroes of the F…

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‘Pass Over,’ About Black Men Trapped by Dread, Heads to Broadway by Michael Paulson

The play, by Antoinette Nwandu, has previously been staged at several prominent theaters and filmed by Spike Lee for Amazon.

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D.C. theater is taking cautious steps back to ‘live’ with plexiglass screens and plays on headphones by Peter Marks

“Blindness” at Shakespeare Theatre Company and “Aunt Julia and the Scriptwriter” at GALA Hispanic Theatre are leading the way

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Wicked to Become the First National Tour to Resume Performances When It Hits Dallas in August by Caitlin Moynihan

Thank goodness! Dallas Summer Musicals and Broadway Across America have announced that Wicked will resume its national touring production this summer, becoming the first national tour to d…

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Catch Up with Acting Couple Rob McClure & Maggie Lakis on Broadway Profiles by Lindsey Sullivan

On the latest episode of Broadway Profiles with Tamsen Fadal, Broadway.com's Editor-in-Chief Paul Wontorek spoke with theater couple Rob McClure and Maggie Lakis. McClure was only three per…

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Exclusive! Tony Winner Alice Ripley Sings 'Cage Song' From Heidi Fleiss Musical Little Black Book by Caitlin Moynihan

Take an exclusive first look at this new music video starring Tony winner Alice Ripley performing "Cage Song" from the recently released Little Black Book. With music, lyrics and book by…

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Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s Acclaimed ‘Pass Over’ Heading To Broadway by Greg Evans

Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s play Pass Over, which received the 2019 Lortel Award for Outstanding Play for its Off Broadway run, will open at Broadway’s August Wilson Theatre for a limit…

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‘Pass Over’ to reopen the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway by Caitlin Huston

Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s “Pass Over” will reopen the August Wilson Theatre on Broadway.  The play, directed by Danya Taymor, will play a limited engagement at the theater with exa…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu’s Pass Over Is Heading to Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The Danya Taymor-helmed production, previously seen at Lincoln Center Theater's LCT3, will reopen Broadway's August Wilson Theatre.

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Derek Klena, Bonnie Milligan, Derrick Baskin and More Join THE 24 HOUR PLAYS: VIRAL MUSICALS

The 24 Hour Plays: Viral Musicals will premiere tonight. The actors performing the series of Viral Monologues will include: Allison Posner, Andrew Leeds, Anika Larsen, Bonnie Milligan, Chad …

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Stagecraft Industries Announces Gavin Christensen as New Dimming and Controls Specialist by Michael Eddy

Stagecraft Industries announces that Gavin Christensen has joined its team in the position of Dimming and Controls Specialist. An Oregon native, he attended Western Oregon University studyin…

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WATCH: John Leguizamo, Chandra Wilson, Ann Curry & More Star in New COVID-19 PSAs: 'This is Your Shot'

Today, The Creative Coalition and The Creative Coalition’s National Blue Ribbon Task Force to Stem COVID-19 Vaccine Hesitancy released their latest PSAs featuring actor Wilson Cruz (“Sta…

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Sara Bareilles, Brian d'Arcy James, Gladys Knight and More to be Featured in PBS' NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT

Capital Concerts announced today a special presentation of the NATIONAL MEMORIAL DAY CONCERT on PBS, hosted by Tony Award-winner Joe Mantegna and Emmy Award-winning actor and humanitaria…

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Jelani Remy, Telly Leung and More to Take Part in SingforHopeGrams

SingforHopeGrams bring joy and connection through the power of music while also providing employment for artists from Broadway, opera and more as the world stages continue to remain dark ami…

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‘You love me? I can’t take that to the bank’: Johnny Vegas on money, fame and grief by Brian Logan

Lockdown and the loss of both parents have transformed the entertainer. He talks about the disappointments of TV, outgrowing his comic persona – and his move into the glamping business I r…

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Alfred Fagon: a brilliant playwright whose work must not be forgotten by Arifa Akbar

As The Death of a Black Man returns to Hampstead theatre, it’s time to remember and revive Fagon’s other confounding and ambitious dramas Alfred Fagon was many things before becoming a p…

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Antoinette Chinonye Nwandu's Pass Over Will Open on Broadway

The drama will be the first show to open at the August Wilson Theatre.

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One in Two Playwright Donja R. Love Wins Terrence McNally Award for New Play About AIDS in the '80s

The newly revived award is given by Philadelphia Theatre Company.

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Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival Announces Dates and Casting for Summer Season

In addition to two live in-person stage shows, the festival will offer an audio production of Macbeth.

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Wicked to Become the First Broadway Musical to Return to Touring

The musical will defy gravity in Dallas beginning this August.

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ABTKids Daily | Teaching Artist Tuesday: A Mother's Day Dance with Sarah Smith by American Ballet Theatre

Happy Mother's Day! Join former ABT Dancer, ABT Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis Faculty & Mother Sarah Smith as she and her daughter teach you choreography inspired from the famous ballet, FLOWER…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at noon (Broadway Time)

“Planet of the Grapes Live” ACTION TRAILER by Peter Michael Marino

“Planet of the Grapes Live” is pandemic performance pioneer Peter Michael Marino’s latest endeavor to keep live theater alive during stay-at-home circumstances. This comedic and faithf…

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Productions of Clybourne Park, Newsies, Songs for a New World, More Will Perform at Virtual 2021 International Thespian Festival by Logan Culwell-Block

This year's festival will spotlight the best in high school theatre nationwide with productions offered through both primetime streams and an on-demand library.

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Look to Dance to Understand the Everyday, and Other Lessons From Gia Kourlas by Gilbert Cruz

The Times’s Culture editor has questions. Our critic has answers.

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CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (116) by Robert Shuman

The words and wisdom of Constantin Stanislavski: [It was in our production of Cricket on the Hearth, based on Dickens], perhaps, that there sounded for the first time those deep and heartfel…

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Chita Rivera, Billy Porter, Patti LuPone, More to be Featured on Broadway Teachers Podcast by Logan Culwell-Block

The new series will feature conversations recorded live over more than two decades of Broadway Teaching Group's workshops for theatre educators.

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Bat Out Of Hell - RIP Jim Steinman by Mirvish Productions

Jim Steinman died on April 19, and left behind a legacy in rock music and theatre. Part of that legacy was the musical Bat Out Of Hell, based on the album he Mae with singer Meat Loaf. The s…

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Steve Martin in Toronto by Mirvish Productions

In 1974 Steve Martin took a trip through Eastern Canada. While in Toronto he stopped at Ed's Warehouse and tap danced down Markham Street. These two locations have a long history as a part o…

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CHECK IN FROM AWAY | Episode 31 | 1st Anniversary Show by Mirvish Productions

It was on May 5, 2020 that SnL released their very first Check In From Away. This issue’s episode features some of the past guests of the 30 episodes online chat show. But this time, the t…

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The Stay At Home Show by Mirvish Productions

Blockbuster New Show To Be The First To Open In Toronto This Spring Tickets to The Stay At Home Show Go On Sale May 4th, 2021 All Proceeds to Support The AFC (formerly The Actors’ Fund …

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I Can See Clearly Now - Cara Hunter & Melanie Doane by Mirvish Productions

Melanie and Cara are back with a new song! Johnny Nash's classic I Can See Clearly Now is a great song for the times we live in, and the passing of time. There are subtitles so you will be a…

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‘Wicked’ tour announces return date as first touring production to resume by Caitlin Huston

“Wicked” is resuming its national tour this summer, marking the first Broadway tour to resume performances following the theatrical shutdown, according to Broadway Across America. The mu…

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Tim Dolan to Help Keep the Bustle of the Theatre District Alive With Virtual Tour of the Hudson Theatre by Victoria Cairl

“I start with a kernel of an idea around Broadway and see where it takes me.”

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Concert to honor Broadway star Rebecca Luker, fight ALS by Mark Kennedy

Kristin Chenoweth, Laura Benanti, Sierra Boggess, Michael Cerveris, Victoria Clark, Santino Fontana, Judy Kuhn, Howard McGillin, Norm Lewis, Kelli O’Hara and Sally Wilfert will perform in …

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EPISODE 1 begins with an exclusive interview with Tarzan and Jane, led by America’s Sweetheart and internet sensation Randy Rainbow. We open finding the pair, now newlyweds struggling, in …

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This Week in Broadway History: May 4 - 10 by JK

 This Week in Broadway History: May 4 - 10 🎭OPENING NIGHTS🎭  May 4, 2008: Boeing Boeing landed at the Longacre Theatre for 279 performances with an all-star cast including Mark R…

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‘Philadelphia Builds: Essays on Architecture’ by Michael J. Lewis by Gail Obenreder

‘Philadelphia Builds,’ architectural historian Michael J. Lewis’s latest book, is a new look at this old city, just in time for everyone who’s sick of their own four walls. Gail Oben…

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Athletes and All Other Pros do it. Why not us?

There is a tremendous resource out there that most TheaterMakers don’t take advantage of. Which is why you should.  Because you’d then get that advantage. It’s not a secret resource.…

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‘The inclusivity of the game is genuinely impressive’: THIS IS REALITY 2000 – Objective Entertainment (Online review) ★★★★ by Luca Molinari

This Is Reality 2000 is a ‘Big Brother’ style interactive zoom gameshow designed to bring together friends in a night of “nostalgic noughties references, videos, trivia and a pumping Y…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 10am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: Blonde, Streaming via Derby Live ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Howell and Hurt's Marilyn Monroe musical Blonde which is streaming live via Derby Live. This post REVIEW: Blonde, Streaming via Derby Live ✭✭✭✭…

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RUBBERBAND | Streaming June 3-16 by Joycetheater

In this “best-of” remix of his own work, RUBBERBAND founder and choreographer Victor Quijada reflects on the immense creative territory explored during the company’s nearly 20-year his…

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Rosalyn Drexler: An Imagination at Work by American Theatre Editors

At 92, the multi-hyphenate artist and Obie-winning playwright reflects on a long career in and around the theatre.

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4Wall | Virtual Vendor Showcase, May 24 – May 31 by Michael Eddy

Join 4Wall Entertainment for its 2nd annual Virtual Vendor Showcase which takes place Monday, May 24 starting at 9:00 a.m. PDT through Monday, May 31, 2021 at 11:00 p.m. PDT. There will be l…

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Egyptian Street Theatre by Marina J. Bergenstock, Nabra Nelson

By Marina J. Bergenstock, Nabra Nelson. On this episode of Kunafa and Shay, Marina and Nabra discuss Egyptian street theatre with Egyptian curator and coordinator Mohab Saber.

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In Comes Company: Talking with Jennifer Ashley Tepper about The Untold Stories of Broadway by Broadway By Ghostlight

In the first interview on the channel, the amazing Jennifer Ashley Tepper stops by to discuss the newest edition of her series The Untold Stories of Broadway! We geek out over Broadway Theat…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Drag Race Alum Jan to Star in Drive-In Screening-Meets-Punk Concert Jannifer’s Body by Ryan McPhee

The presentation at Radial Park marks The Neon Coven’s first offering in its “Come On Out” series.

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StoryWorks, Reporting Live From Your Local Stage (or Headphones) by American Theatre Editors

The documentary theatre company partners with newsrooms, playwrights, and theatres to do a kind of stage journalism well suited to tell complicated human stories.

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Sara Bareilles, Brian d’Arcy James, Joe Morton, More Join PBS Memorial Day Concert by Dan Meyer

Tony winner Joe Mantegna and Gary Sinese will host the special presentation.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 by Susan Grace

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Cast Complete for London's Les Misérables Concert, Resuming West End Performances in May by Andrew Gans

The limited engagement will continue through September, with a full production of the international hit to follow.

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We Asked, You Answered: 32 Broadway Costumes Theatre Fans Wished They Owned by Marc J. Franklin

From Natasha’s coat from The Great Comet to Beetlejuice’s suit, check out Playbill readers' favorite theatre costumes.

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The Theater Leadership Project launches new fellowships to increase diversity by Deb Miller

In partnership with the Black Theatre Coalition (BTC) and Columbia University’s Prince Fellowship, a group of theater producers has announced its new initiative to support the next generat…

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Westfield News ArtsBeat 5/04/21 by Mark G. Auerbach

Westfield News ArtsBeat 5/04/21. The latest on Shakespeare & Company, Hershey Felder, The Boston Pops, and arts news for WMass and No.CT.

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‘Ridley excels at these forensic character studies’: TARANTULA – Southwark Playhouse (Online review) by Maryam Philpott

Tarantula isn’t perfect and is certainly too long but Ridley’s latest twin works have been ideally suited to the nature of hybrid theatre, utilising the intimate and seemingly one-to-one…

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Cards with humanity by Brianna Wellen

Two comedians want their new game to get people talking. “Which cereal mascot would be the best kisser?” It’s a question that either elicits a gut-reaction…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Broadway stars will bring their Disney princesses to Fox Theatre in December by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Disney princesses and the stars who brought them to life on Broadway are coming to the Fox Theatre with "Disney Princess — The Concert."

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American Ballet Theatre will bring performances to Forest Park — for free by Daniel Neman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

One of America's premier dance companies will perform July 14 at Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park.

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Pod seating on sale now for St. Louis Shakespeare Festival's 'King Lear' in Forest Park by From Staff Reports

Reservations will be required to attend St. Louis Shakespeare Festival's limited-capacity performances of "King Lear" in Forest Park.

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Disney and Broadway Princess Party Team Up for Upcoming Nationwide Concert Tour

Disney Princess — the Concert will feature Susan Egan, Laura Osnes, Courtney Reed, and Aisha Jackson.

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What Is the Way Forward for Theatre in Malawi, During and After the Pandemic? by Misheck Mzumara

By Misheck Mzumara. Misheck Mzumara looks at the way the COVID-19 pandemic has affected theatre in Malawi and thinks through what comes next.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 7am (Broadway Time)

ArtsBeat on Pioneer Valley Radio 5/04/21 by Mark G. Auerbach

New ArtsBeat tomorrow on Pioneer Valley Radio’s Brad Shepard Today. News from Shakespeare & Company, Heartbeat Opera, The Boston Pops, Southwick Concerts and more. segment begins at: 6:00.

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, May 4, 2021 by Matt Tamanini

Broadway is Allowed to Reopen in Two Weeks (But it Won’t), Final Broadway Masked Singer Thoughts “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre …

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“Major Reopening” May 19, says Gov. Cuomo, upstaging Mayor de Blasio. BUT… #Stageworthy News of the Week. by New York Theater

“Major Reopening” is what New York Governor Andrew Cuomo headlined the announcement from all three governors of the tri-state region that starting May 19th there will be “a significan…

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 6am (Broadway Time)

For International Firefighters Day: On Several Classic Fireman Comedies by Trav S.D.

Today is International Firefighters Day as well as the anniversary of Paris’s terrible fire at Le Bazar de la Charité. It is fitting that we show firefighters appreciation and respect. H…

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‘This is not just Zoom transferred to the screen’: The F*ck Am I Doing – Cow Collective (Online review) by Louise Penn

The digital revival of The F*ck Am I Doing marks the inaugural production of new writing initiative, The COW Community, founded by recent graduates of the Royal Central School of Speech and …

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After Cuomo announcement, Broadway holds fast to fall reopening by Caitlin Huston

The Broadway League reiterated a commitment to a fall reopening, following Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s declaration that he will loosen restrictions on May 19.  On Monday, Cuomo announced that he …

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 5am (Broadway Time)

London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 4 May by Megan

News from London's West End, including the full casting announcement for Les Misérables -The Staged Concert at the Sondheim Theatre. The post London Theatre News Today: Tuesday 4 May appea…

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Terri Rogers: Pathbreaking Trans Ventriloquist by Trav S.D.

Ventriloquists frequently change their dummies, but here’s a rare case of a dummy getting a new ventriloquist. Terri Rogers (born Ivan Southgate, 1937-1999) started out with a music hall v…

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FEATURED POST: Mercurius Theatre’s Jenny Eastop looks forward to an exciting collaboration as director & producer with S&S Theatre Productio by Featured Content

Jenny Eastop, the multiple Offie-nominated director and producer for London-based Mercurius Theatre, will be playing a vital role in the transformation of the prestigious S&S Award into …

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REVIEW: There She Goes, Headline Publishing ✭✭✭✭ by Sarah Day

By Sarah Day Sarah Day reviews Lynne Shelby's novel There She Goes, part of The Theatreland series. This post REVIEW: There She Goes, Headline Publishing ✭✭✭✭ first appeared on Briti…

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Under the Pavement Lies the Strand: Berliners build a feminist future by Chris Wiegand

Part of the New German Cinema boom, Helma Sanders-Brahms’ 1975 film about two actors asks if theatre still has revolutionary potential The stage on screen: more films about theatre Grischa…

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Ten actors on stage across three eras; this is a big story told intimately by Peter J Snee

From the acclaimed UK playwright, Alice Birch, comes this electrifying examination of love and trauma, and their cascade through blood

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Music Workers in the Arts encouraged to apply for Support Act MusicKeeper and CrewKeeper Grants by Peter J Snee

Music industry charity Support Act is encouraging anyone working professionally in music across the arts and who is in financial

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Is E-sports The Next Big College Degree? by Joe Patti

So here is something to keep on your radar and  consider the long term implications – Activision Blizzard, one of the biggest names in video gaming, donated $25 million to the University …

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Lucy St Louis and Rhys Whitfield join Phantom cast for re-opening in July by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Lucy St Louis and Rhys Whitfield are to join Killian Donnelly in the new production of The Phantom Of The Opera re-opening at Her Majesty's Theatre in July This post Lucy St …

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at 1am (Broadway Time)

May 4: Are Weinstein, Rudin and Noel Clarke an aberration? by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post May 4: Are Weinstein, Rudin and Noel Clarke an aberration? first appeared on Shenton Stage.

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Tuesday, May 4, 2021 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Jumping back in: Top tips on jump conditioning after quarantine by Admin

Did you know that dancers, on average, jump 200 times per class? But after a year away from the studio, we won’t just be jumping right back in. While you may have managed to maintain turno…

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Unchartered Territory: Dancers in Isolation, the Eryc Taylor Dance Company by Clare Cioffero

In five years, in ten years, in twenty, we will remember what it felt like to live through the pandemic shutdown? Of course, we will remember the main facts: the sounds of unceasing ambulanc…

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"Six" Creators Up Ante by Launching New Musical Following Cult Leader’s 75 Wives by Broadway Beat

by Tyler Christiansen. @tylerschrist. NEW YORK - Following the success of their smash hit Six, Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss recently began...

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Becca Concert, Honoring Late Rebecca Luker, Streams May 4 by Andrew Gans

The evening, featuring Kristin Chenoweth, Kelli O'Hara, Norm Lewis, Judy Kuhn, and more, benefits ALS research.

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SPOTLIGHT ON: The First Standing Ovation by Broadway Beat


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