Monday, June 27, 2022 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Gloria Allen, who ran a charm school for transgender youths, dies at 76 by Harrison Smith

Her school inspired the play “Charm” by Philip Dawkins, who called her “the mother of queer Chicago.” She was also the subject of a documentary, “Mama Gloria.”

SOURCE: Washington Post at 11:33PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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There's a Time- Tom Andersen (original) by Tom Andersen

This is a demo of a song I wrote about the passing of time. The beautiful piano performance is my pal, Tim Dipasqua. Not much to explain- the story is in the lyrics. I hope you like it.

SOURCE: YouTube at 10:53PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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The Wendi Winters Memorial Foundation and DC Theater Arts announce the Wendi Winters Memorial Series to honor slain journalist by News Desk

The fund will allow DCTA to create local arts journalism in honor of former DCTA writer Wendi Winters who was killed in the 2018 Capital Gazette shooting.

SOURCE: dctheaterarts.org at 09:50PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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“Drum Circle” (Official Video) from THE VISITOR (Original Cast Recording) by The Public Theater

“Drum Circle” From THE VISITOR (ORIGINAL CAST RECORDING) Music by Tom Kitt Lyrics by Brian Yorkey Performed by Ahmad Maksoud, David Hyde Pierce and THE VISITOR Original Cast Listen to th…

SOURCE: YouTube at 06:07PM

THE VISITOR (Original Cast Recording) – AVAILABLE NOW! by The Public Theater

From THE VISITOR (ORIGINAL CAST RECORDING) Music by Tom Kitt Lyrics by Brian Yorkey Listen to the new album: https://found.ee/TheVisitor To learn more about stage licensing rights for THE V…

SOURCE: YouTube at 06:07PM

Odds & Ends: Charlotte d’Amboise, Mark Evans & Alex Newell Set for World Premiere Musical The Last Supper by Caitlin Moynihan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed. Broadway Stars Set for World Premiere of New Musical  A slew of stage stars are set to appear in the world premiere production of T…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 06:05PM

Theatre Review: ‘The SpongeBob Musical’ at Toby’s Dinner Theatre by John Bozeman

First airing in 1999, “SpongeBob SquarePants” is now one of the longest-running cartoons in television history. The show has also inspired at least two spin-off series and three movies, …

SOURCE: mdtheatreguide.com at 06:05PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Chains by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

The Mint Theater Company continues its three play mini-festival of the forgotten plays of Elizabeth Baker with "Chains." Given a polished – maybe too polished – production like the earli…

SOURCE: www.theaterscene.net at 05:30PM

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas announce joint venture to present Spanish-language productions by Caitlin Hornik

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas have launched a joint venture, Amigos Para Siempre, to produce musicals and other live shows in Spanish. Amigos Para Siempre will work with Webber’…

SOURCE: Broadway News at 05:16PM

Additional casting, creative team announced for Broadway’s ‘Death of a Salesman’ by Caitlin Hornik

Additional casting and members of the creative team have been announced for the upcoming Broadway revival of “Death of a Salesman.” McKinley Belcher III will join the cast in the role of…

SOURCE: Broadway News at 05:15PM

Dance work at Harbourfront holds a mirror to our need to be loved by Michael Crabb - Special To The Star

Alan Lucien Øyen’s “Story, story, die” is “basically about our desire to be recognized” and the lies we tell to present a lovable image.

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 05:06PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Little Rabbit, by Alyssa Songsiridej by Kirsten Bowen

Intimacy, identity, and class complicate the relationships of the artists at the center of Little Rabbit, a novel by Philadelphia writer Alyssa Songsiridej. Kirsten Bowen reviews.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 04:59PM

Ralph Fiennes Returns to the New York Stage to Star as Robert Moses in David Hare's Straight Line Crazy by Caitlin Moynihan

Ralph Fiennes is returning to the New York stage this fall in the U.S. premiere of David Hare’s Straight Line Crazy. The production will play The Shed following its run at The Bridge The…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 04:54PM

In Mosaic premiere, Benjamin Benne’s ‘In His Hands’ muses on sex, faith by Celia Wren

World premiere runs through July 17 at Atlas Performing Arts Center.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 04:54PM

McKinley Belcher III Joins the Cast of Death of a Salesman on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

McKinley Belcher III has joined the cast of the Broadway transfer of Miranda Cromwell and Marianne Elliott's co-directed 2019 West End production of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman. B…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 04:54PM

Social Round-Up: Live Playbill Pride in Times Square All Over Again by Leah Putnam, Jeffrey Vizcaino

The weekend-long event was captured on social media by performers and fans alike.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:54PM

Anne-Marie Mulgrew & Dancers Company presents Beautiful Chaos by Melissa Strong

AMM & DCO explores the beauty, hope, and connection that can emerge from chaos in its Home Season Concert Project 35, featuring the premiere of the full-length work Beautiful Chaos. Meli…

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 04:44PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Competition to Give High Schools in All 50 States the Chance to Produce Disney's Frozen for Free by Logan Culwell-Block

The initiative from the Educational Theatre Association, Disney Theatrical Group, and Music Theatre International will see schools competing for their state's exclusive performing rights to …

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:48PM

$100,000 Donated to LGBTQ-Owned and Supportive Bars and Restaurants at Playbill's Pride in Times Square by Logan Culwell-Block

Playbill teamed up with Grubhub and the National LGBT Chamber of Commerce for this special Pride fundraising initiative.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:48PM

‘Chains’ Review: Drab Lives, but Dreaming of More by Laura Collins-Hughes

A young boarder’s plan to make a new life in Australia unsettles a staid British family in Elizabeth Baker’s 1909 play, revived by the Mint Theater Company.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 03:43PM

Meeting the Moment With a Pulitzer Winner and 2 Finalists by American Theatre Editors

James Ijames, Kristina Wong, and Sylvia Khoury talk about what inspired their award-worthy plays and how they shaped them.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 03:39PM

Talk About the Passion: A Resurrection at Oberammergau by American Theatre Editors

Postponed by the pandemic, the latest iteration of Germany’s most famous Passion Play has returned with spectacle and spirit intact, minus some of its nastier legacies.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 03:26PM

McIntire and Nolan: A Romance Wrought in Radio by Trav S.D.

A little thing today on a husband-wife acting couple, both of whom many screen fans probably know well without necessarily realizing they were a couple. And they were a couple for a LONG tim…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 03:12PM

When an Abortion Story Is Told as a Caper, Thriller or Farce by Amanda Hess

As Roe falls, new works including a documentary, a feature film and a comedy show disrupt the taboos and clichés around abortion.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 03:12PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Playwrights Horizons Extends World Premiere of Corsicana by Leah Putnam

Will Arbery's new play stars Will Dagger, Jamie Brewer, Deirdre O'Connell, and Harold Surratt.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:37PM

Oh God, A Show About Abortion Sets Additional LA and NY Performances by Raven Brunner

Alison Leiby's work will play 15 encore performances at Off-Broadway's Cherry Lane Theatre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:37PM

CHART TOPPERS: Most-Read Playbill.com Stories, Week of Jan. 15–21

Here are the most-read Playbill.com stories for the week of Jan.15–21, 2012, from information compiled by Playbill.com.

SOURCE: Google at 02:24PM

2022 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘The Day Salvador Allende Died’ by Guest Author

A fictional play based on facts is about his feelings and thoughts on that fateful day, September 11, 1973.

SOURCE: dctheaterarts.org at 02:22PM

CONSTANT STANISLAVSKI (135) by Robert Shuman

The words and wisdom of Constantin Stanislavski: ​I was ready to turn myself inside out​, to give [the audience] everything I had; yet inside of me I had never felt so empty.  The effor…

SOURCE: stagevoices.com at 02:21PM

Elevator Repair Service at NYU Skirball by Sandi Durell

NYU Skirball will present the world premiere of Seagull, directed by John Collins, from the award-winning theater company Elevator Repair Service, running July 12 – 31 at NYU Skirball. The…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 02:15PM

Get an Inside Look at the First-Ever Official Playbill Pride Float and Its Custom Playbill Pride Jeep by Logan Culwell-Block

Broadway stars Frankie Grande, J. Harrison Ghee, Antwayn Hopper, and more marched with Playbill, Jeep, and the Times Square Alliance at the 2022 NYC Pride March.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:05PM

Full Cast, Creative Team Set for World Premiere of Moisés Kaufman's Here There Are Blueberries at La Jolla Playhouse by Logan Culwell-Block

The co-production with Tectonic Theater Project is inspired by an album of photos from the Holocaust.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:05PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Rethinking concert safety by Kira Leadholm

Police and security are meant to keep concertgoers safe, but what happens when they do more harm than good? In summer 2020, as America reckoned with a sickness in its system of law enforceme…

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 01:54PM

Livestreaming a Conversation: Freedom Talk at the Power of Art

By . Safe Havens Freedom Talks (SH|FT) presents a Freedom Talk at Power of Art: We Don’t Call It Occupation, We Call It Ihtilal, Suffocation livestreaming on the global, commons-based, pee…

SOURCE: HowlRound at 01:44PM

MCC Extends Donja R. Love’s Soft For Additional Week by Raven Brunner

The Whitney White-directed play stars Leon Addison Brown.

SOURCE: Playbill at 01:25PM

Charlotte d’Amboise, Mark Evans, Alex Newell, More Cast in World Premiere of The Last Supper Musical by Andrew Gans

Sheryl Kaller will direct the musical penned by Jeremy Desmon and Jeff Thomson.

SOURCE: Playbill at 01:25PM

Review: Theo Ubique Theatre puts on a warm and welcome ‘Godspell’ — thankfully, sans clowns by Chris Jones

This charming musical at Theo Ubique is musical director Jeremy Ramey's swan song.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 01:15PM

After two years online, historic Chicago house collective the Chosen Few return to Jackson Park for a 30th-anniversary picnic and festival by Leor Galil

I can’t imagine summer in Chicago without the Chosen Few Picnic & Festival, and that’s not just because this grassroots house-music gathering is celebrating its 30th annual installme…

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 01:00PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at noon (Broadway Time)
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6 Theatre Books for Surviving the Summer Heat by Leah Putnam

From the letters of Oscar Hammerstein II to These upcoming releases are filled with stories from the Broadway stage.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:49PM

Carol Burnett to Guest Star in Better Call Saul by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony recipient and six-time Emmy winner joins the cast for the AMC series' final six episodes.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:49PM

Review: ‘Epiphany’ Is a Clouded Insight With Pops of Clarity That Some Audiences Might Like by David Cote

An excellent cast with a so-so story, 'Epiphany' has great moments that don’t quite come together, but could appeal to some.

SOURCE: The New York Observer at 12:39PM

Theater Mu Creates Emerging Playwrights Circle by American Theatre Editors

The inaugural cohort includes Philip de Sa e Silva, Emma Y. Lai, Katie Rein, and Sunny Thao.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 12:36PM

Hadestown | Hades & Persephone by Broadwaysf

Kevyn Morrow (Hades) and Kimberly Marable (Persphone) share what they enjoy most about preforming opposite each other in HADESTOWN. HADESTOWN performs at the Orpheum Theatre in San Francisc…

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:34PM

Hadestown | Eurydice & Orpheus by Broadwaysf

In a special moment, Morgan Siobhan Green (Eurydice) and Chibueze Ihuoma (Orpheus) share what they enjoy most about preforming opposite each other in HADESTOWN. HADESTOWN performs at the Or…

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:33PM

Antonio Banderas & Andrew Lloyd Webber Form New Company to Produce Spanish-Language Theater by Caitlin Moynihan

Antonio Banderas and  Andrew Lloyd Webber have teamed up to create Amigos Para Siempre, a new production company focusing on creating Spanish-language theater, musicals and live entertain…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 12:24PM

Pride Celebration @ LongHouse by Barry Gordin

Hamptons Pride celebrated with a Fundraiser at LongHouse on Sunday. June 26, 2022:  Hamptons Pride, the East End's new LGBTQ+ nonprofit that brought you the first Pride parade in the hist…

SOURCE: theaterlife at 12:22PM

Elvis by Adam Mullins-Khatib

Baz Luhrmann’s Elvis is a maximalist dream. The post Elvis appeared first on Chicago Reader.

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 12:21PM

Ralph Fiennes to Star in Play About Robert Moses at the Shed by Rachel Sherman

The production of “Straight Line Crazy,” by David Hare, will begin preview performances Oct. 18 and have a nine-week run.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription at 12:18PM

Ralph Fiennes Will Return to New York Stage in David Hare's Straight Line Crazy by Andrew Gans

Nicholas Hytner, who helmed the London world premiere, will again direct the Off-Broadway run.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18PM

McKinley Belcher III Joins the Cast of Broadway's Upcoming Death of a Salesman Revival by Leah Putnam

The West End production of the Arthur Miller work will transfer this fall with London stars Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18PM

Detroit Rep Names Kendra Ann Flournoy Managing Artistic Director by American Theatre Editors

A Detroit native, she will join executive artistic director Leah Smith in running the 65-year-old theatre.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 12:14PM

‘Life After’ a Solid Debut Musical Chronicling the Complexities of Grief by Billy McEntee

'Life After' makes its Chicago premiere at the Goodman Theater with a stunning production design and a cast that is nothing short of stellar. The post ‘Life After’ a Solid Debut Musical…

SOURCE: The Broadway Blog at 12:12PM

Aaron Sorkin’s scintillating rethink of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ at Kennedy Center by John Stoltenberg

What the playwright has done with Harper Lee’s novel epitomizes what live theater does best: hold values up to view.

SOURCE: dctheaterarts.org at 12:10PM

Broadway Unmasked. Theater vs. Abortion Ruling. #Stageworthy News by New York Theater

The Broadway League will no longer require Broadway theatergoers to wear masks starting this Friday – not the most shocking decision announced last week, but like the Supreme Court rulin…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 12:02PM

Ralph Fiennes To Star As Robert Moses In New York Staging Of David Hare’s ‘Straight Line Crazy’; Nicholas Hytner & Jamie Armitage Direct by Greg Evans

Following its acclaimed run at The Bridge Theatre in London, David Hare’s Straight Line Crazy starring Ralph Fiennes as New York powerbroker Robert Moses will make its Big Apple Off Broadw…

SOURCE: Deadline at 12:00PM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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McKinley Belcher III to Join Death of a Salesman on Broadway

The London transfer will star Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke as Willy and Linda Loman.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 11:54AM

Ralph Fiennes to Play Robert Moses in Straight Line Crazy Off-Broadway

Fiennes hops across the pond with the London production of David Hare's new play.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 11:54AM

Beba by Kathleen Sachs

In her debut documentary writer-director Rebeca Huntt examines the details of her Afro Latina heritage to provocative effect. The post Beba appeared first on Chicago Reader.

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 11:52AM

Street Symphony plays in harmony with Skid Row's 'sacred spaces' by Neda Ulaby

Vijay Gupta was a 19-year-old violin prodigy when he joined the LA Philharmonic. Now he runs Street Symphony, an organization bringing music to clinics, jails and homeless shelters on Skid R…

SOURCE: National Public Radio at 11:42AM

Talkin' Broadway - Book Review: "Offstage Observations: Inside Tales of the Not-So-Legitimate Theatre" by Steven Suskin - 6/27/22 by Joshua Ellis

It is no wonder that Steven Suskin's new book, Offstage Observations: Inside Tales of the Not-So-Legitimate Theatre, is the ultimate insider's guided tour of Broadway. Suskin has directly ex…

SOURCE: TalkinBroadway at 11:42AM

Watch Highlights From To Kill a Mockingbird National Tour Starring Richard Thomas by Andrew Gans

Melanie Moore, Jacqueline Williams, Justin Mark, Yaegel T. Welch, and Mockingbird Oscar nominee Mary Badham join the Emmy winner.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:37AM

Broadway’s ‘Music Man’ Star Sutton Foster Tests Covid-Positive For Second Time by Greg Evans

Sutton Foster, who stars opposite Hugh Jackman in the Broadway hit revival The Music Man, has tested positive for Covid for the second time since December and will miss performances until We…

SOURCE: Deadline at 11:18AM

Antonio Banderas and Andrew Lloyd Webber Launch Production Company for Spanish-Language Productions by Andrew Gans

Spanish productions of several Lloyd Webber musicals are among the first plans for the duo's Amigos Para Siempre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:06AM

FROM DOWN UNDER: Six in Melbourne by Simon Parris

Given its fringe origins, Six is an ideal fit for Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre, flooding the relatively intimate space with throbbing music and rock stadium lighting. The heady combination o…

SOURCE: mytheatremates.com at 11:00AM

‘Ozark’ Actor McKinley Belcher III Joins Broadway’s ‘Death Of A Salesman’ Revival by Greg Evans

EXCLUSIVE Ozark actor McKinley Belcher III will join the cast of Broadway’s upcoming Death of a Salesman revival starring Wendell Pierce and Sharon D Clarke this fall, producers announced …

SOURCE: Deadline at 11:00AM

Q. Smith, Shaakirah Nazim-Harris, Bryce Valle, More Are Part of June 27-28 Readings of New Musical When We Get There by Andrew Gans

Pat Golden directs the industry readings with music direction by Mary Ann Ivan.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:00AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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The House of Wah Sun abides, in Irving Park by Mike Sula

Last Saturday night at the House of Wah Sun in North Center, Mark Chiang lingered at the table of a few of the night’s last customers. His wife, Young Ja Kim, had already wheeled over the …

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 10:55AM

Watch Joshua Henry and Gavin Creel's Mash-Up of Sam Smith and Stephen Sondheim's 'Stay With Me' by Raven Brunner

The pair, soon to star as the princes of Broadway's Into the Woods revival, recorded the performance backstage at rehearsals for the Sondheim musical.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:48AM

The Karate Kid Movie Stars Ralph Macchio and William Zabka Visit Cast of New Stage Version

The Karate Kid musical just ended its run at Stages St. Louis.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 10:42AM

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas Announce Amigos Para Siempre Joint Venture

APS will license and produce Spanish-language productions worldwide.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 10:42AM

Carol Burnett to Guest-Star in Final Season of Better Call Saul

Burnett will appear on her favorite television show as a character named Marion.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 10:42AM

Lucie Arnaz to Bring Career Retrospective Solo Show to Feinstein's/54 Below by Logan Culwell-Block

The They're Playing Our Song and Pippin star will be joined by music director Ron Abel at the in-person and live-streamed concerts.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:37AM

See Which Broadway Alum Will Develop New Works at NY Stage and Film This Summer by Leah Putnam

A new crop of stage favorites are joining previously announced artists Leigh Silverman, Josh Radnor, Anna Deveare Smith, Keenan Scott II, and more.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:37AM

FIRST LOOK: Peaky Blinders: The Rise at the Camden Garrison by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo First reveal images of Peaky Blinders: The Rise at Camden Garrison, Camden Stables Market are out!. Book Peaky Blinders The Rise tickets now! This post FIRST LOOK: Peaky Blin…

SOURCE: britishtheatre.com at 10:34AM

Who’s There: How Árpád Schilling and the Imaginists Took Aim at Gun Violence by American Theatre Editors

'S D A (Someone Dies Again' may have been built by the Hungarian auteur and the California ensemble in an organic, communitarian way, but that didn't shield them, or audiences, from its howl…

SOURCE: American Theatre at 10:33AM

Fantastically Great Women Who Changed the World review – superhero sisters by Arifa Akbar

Theatre Royal Stratford East, LondonRousing children’s musical provides a zippy guide to the great women of history that sets toes tapping and young minds alight “What’s a suffragette?…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:18AM

Amid Violence, Gay Sex and Kidnapping, ‘Borrowed’ Dissects Troubled Father-Son Relations by Bill Hirschman

The world premiere in Miami of Borrowed examines with emotion and specificity the lasting tragic damage of father-son and son-father relationships that imploded years earlier. With copious v…

SOURCE: Florida Theater On Stage at 10:18AM

Theatre Openings: from w/c June 27 onwards by Mark Shenton

... Read More The post Theatre Openings: from w/c June 27 onwards first appeared on Shenton Stage.

SOURCE: shentonstage.com at 10:07AM

2022 Jimmy Awards, Celebrating High School Musical Theatre Excellence, Presented June 27; Watch Live Here by Logan Culwell-Block

Kate Reinders hosts the in-person and live-streamed ceremony at Broadway’s Minskoff Theatre.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:03AM

Broadway Stars Will Take It Off to Celebrate Skivvies' 10th Anniversary by Andrew Gans

Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina will be joined Broadway actors for an evening at Joe's Pub.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:03AM

Masked Behavior (Georgia Stitt/Ta'Rea Campbell) by Georgia Stitt

From Georgia's ONE-MINUTE SONG CYCLE. Music by Georgia Stitt Lyrics by Ta'Rea Campbell

SOURCE: YouTube at 10:02AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Nate Patten: No Holds Barred Broadway and Tony Roast by Sandi Durell

By Melissa Griegel . . . Nate Patten is a Broadway insider, and he has a lot to say about the industry. His biting and very honest commentary on the highs and lows of Broadway shows, stars, …

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 09:45AM

GRACE NOTES: Monday, June 27, 2022 by Susan Grace

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SOURCE: Grace Notes Subscription at 09:44AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Hey Duggee The Live Theatre Show Tour – On Sale 1 July 2022 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The smash hit CBeebies show Hey Duggee is to tour the UK for the first time ever in a brand new live theatre show. Tickets on sale 1 July This post Hey Duggee The Live Theat…

SOURCE: britishtheatre.com at 08:38AM

Fugue State: A Review of After Life at the Goodman Theatre by Ted C. Fishman

The brilliance of this musical about the family and circle of a self-help guru manifests from so many directions that the show sweeps one magically, whimsically, sometimes tragically, in a w…

SOURCE: www.newcitystage.com at 08:00AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Andrew Lloyd Webber, Antonio Banderas Set Up Production Company Amigos Para Siempre by John Hopewell

Andrew Lloyd Webber and Antonio Banderas are teaming to create a joint company Amigos Para Siempre (APS) aimed at producing musicals, stage plays and live entertainment for major markets in …

SOURCE: Variety at 07:57AM

Today on Broadway: Monday, June 27, 2022 by Matt Tamanini

“American Buffalo” Keeps Mask Mandate, “POTUS” Gets Huge Ovation Friday Night, the Karate Kid Visits “The Karate Kid: The Musical” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday thro…

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM

Feinstein’s/54 Below Sings Barbie by Sandi Durell

By Melissa Griegel . . . There are clearly lots of Barbie musical movies fans out there, based on the full house for “54 Sings Barbie” produced by Jillian Michelle Smith.  The supper cl…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 07:42AM

2022 Capital Fringe Preview: ‘The Body Show’ by Guest Author

A live storytelling show where people in all types of bodies can share their triumphs, frustrations, and realizations.

SOURCE: dctheaterarts.org at 07:30AM

Westfield News/MassLive ArtsBeat 6/27/22. Summer theatre season in full tilt. by Mark G. Auerbach

Westfield News/MassLive ArtsBeat 6/27/22. Summer theatre full tilt. A menu of offerings at Chester Theatre, Barrington Stage, Berkshire Theatre Group, Great Barrington Public, plus Hamilton …

SOURCE: www.masslive.com at 07:20AM

‘It’s a true crowd pleaser, without the cliches’: MAM I’M ‘ERE – Liverpool by Vicky Anderson

It’s been much, much longer than I thought since I sat down to watch a main stage performance at the Royal Court – and ten years since I caught the first outing of Mam I’m ‘Ere. Days…

SOURCE: mytheatremates.com at 07:00AM

The Chicago Soul Jazz Collective refreshes the sounds of the city’s postbop era by Mark Guarino

Since 2018, the Chicago Soul Jazz Collective has made waves in town by resurrecting the stylish grooves of the postbop era, which began in the late 1950s—nationally, the sound was shaped b…

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 07:00AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Mad House, Ambassadors Theatre review - David Harbour is magnificent in Theresa Rebeck's family drama by Tom Birchenough

While bravado support from Bill Pullman practically steals the show For sheer extremes of family dysfunction Theresa Rebeck’s Mad House must be aiming to set new records in American drama.…

SOURCE: theartsdesk.com at 05:54AM

Review: Mad House at Ambassadors Theatre by Harriet Hughes

Harriet Hughes reviews Mad House at Ambassadors Theatre. Starring Bill Pullman, David Harbour and Akiya Henry. The post Review: Mad House at Ambassadors Theatre appeared first on Official Lo…

SOURCE: officiallondontheatre.com at 05:39AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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The Orchard by Jk Clarke

By JK Clarke . . .  Let’s go back to the beginning and remind ourselves that Anton Chekhov’s The Cherry Orchard is fundamentally about social change. Almost cataclysmic social change in…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 04:58AM

The Guardian view on diversity in the arts: continuity matters | Editorial by Editorial

Changing Arts Council priorities are raising the stakes for a sector that deserves steady support The reopening of London’s historic Africa Centre in new premises south of the Thames is ha…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 04:54AM

“Borderland, maldita cabeza,” Mental Health Debate Enters into the Limits of a New Opera by Antonio Hernández Nieto

A contemporary opera has conquered one of the oldest and prettiest theaters in Spain. It is titled Borderland, maldita cabeza (Borderland, damned head) by Marta Eguilior, the librettist, sta…

SOURCE: thetheatretimes.com at 04:25AM

Gallery and museum upgrades bring more art to regions

The post Gallery and museum upgrades bring more art to regions appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

SOURCE: artsreview.com.au at 04:00AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Isy Suttie: ‘I was like: are they just here to see Dobby?’ by Rachel Aroesti

The actor, writer, musician, podcaster and comedian is returning to standup after overwork and parenthood left her burnt out. She discusses motherhood, Fomo and life after Peep Show In one v…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 03:54AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Final Cast Members Revealed for Hairspray

The post Final Cast Members Revealed for Hairspray appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

SOURCE: artsreview.com.au at 01:49AM

Tickets for Agatha Christie’s THE MOUSETRAP on sale today by Aussie Theatre

Tickets are on sale this week for the 70th Anniversary Australian production of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap. The world’s longest-running

SOURCE: AussieTheatre.com at 01:11AM
Monday, June 27, 2022 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Davide Livermore delivers digital Il Trovatore premiere by Aussie Theatre

Renowned director Davide Livermore delivers a spectacular new digital production of Giuseppe Verdi’s Il Trovatore for Opera Australia premiering at

SOURCE: AussieTheatre.com at 12:57AM

Broadway: “Music Man” Star Sutton Foster Tests Postive Again for COVID, Out of Show by Roger Friedman

No masks and no vax test proof is cutting down the people on Broadway stages. Sutton Foster is out of “The Music

SOURCE: ShowBiz 411 at 12:48AM

Carriageworks presents a new commissioned performance by Australian artist Kaz Therese by Aussie Theatre

Australia’s largest contemporary multi-arts precinct, will present Sleeplessness, a new performance work by Australian artist Kaz Therese (they/them). Presented from

SOURCE: AussieTheatre.com at 12:40AM

Christine Andreas, Crystal Joy, Brian Charles Rooney, More Are Part of Almost on Broadway Town Hall Concert June 27 by Andrew Gans

The Broadway by the Year series continues with an evening featuring tunes never heard on the Main Stem.c

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

Brennan Srisirikul, Aisha Jackson, Treshelle Edmond, More Are Part of Disabled Down Center Benefit June 27 by Andrew Gans

Playbill presents the evening spotlighting working disabled artists as they perform their favorite show tunes.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

SIX Suspends London Performances to Film Live With Original West End Cast June 27 by Leah Putnam

The Olivier-nominated queens take the stage at the Vaudeville Theatre.

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Sarah Schulman's The Lady Hamlet Makes World Premiere June 27 by Andrew Gans

The gender-defying comedy plays the Provincetown Theater under the direction of David Drake.

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Adelaide Cabaret Festival ends on a high note by Aussie Theatre

Adelaide Cabaret Festival 2022 finished on a high last night with a sold-out performance of Tina Arena’s headline show, Songs

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Anderson Cooper Says He Came Out As Gay At 11 Because Of His Fame

Richard Gere Confirmed For Anderson Cooper's Playbill. Cooper continued by explaining how he knew he was gay after he approached Gere to have him sign ...

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Listen: Joaquina Kalukango Sings "Let It Burn" From Paradise Square Cast Album

You saw the standing ovation at the Tonys. Now, hear the full song.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 12:03AM

Whofunit: Why We Love Murder Mysteries on Stage - TDF is on the case! by Tyler Riley & Melissa Meli

Welcome to Geek Out/Freak Out, where theatre fans get enthusiastic about things --- Today's topic: What makes murder mysteries so compelling on stage? TDF's Tyler Riley and Melissa Meli, coh…

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Join TDF for a The Fire This Time Festival Conversation - Kelley Nicole Girod and Zhailon Levingston on this Obie Award-winning fest

Kelley Nicole Girod and Zhailon Levingston on the Obie-winning fest showcasing Black playwrights What do playwrights Dominique Morisseau, Katori Hall, Jocelyn Bioh and Marcus Gardley have in…

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Join TDF for a Conversation About The Fire This Time Festival - Kelley Nicole Girod and Zhailon Levingston on this Obie Award-winning fest

Kelley Nicole Girod and Zhailon Levingston on the Obie-winning fest showcasing Black playwrights What do playwrights Dominique Morisseau, Katori Hall, Jocelyn Bioh and Marcus Gardley have in…

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