Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Jodi Picoult and the Team Behind Between the Lines Reflect on the Power of Female Voices in Theater

Between the Lines, based on the novel by Picoult and her daughter Samantha, is now running at the Tony Kiser Theater.

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Bell Shakespeare announces full cast for world premiere of The Lovers

The post Bell Shakespeare announces full cast for world premiere of The Lovers appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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B is for Billy Porter. Tracking his Broadway Dream via videos. by New York Theater

Billy Porter is busy promoting his debut as a film director, for the movie “Anything’s Possible” a romcom on Amazon Prime with a twist — one of the young lovers is trans. But for all…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 11:28PM
Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Proud Eora woman and NAISDA student Peta-Louise Rixom reflects on creative and cultural opportunities for First Nations young people

The post Proud Eora woman and NAISDA student Peta-Louise Rixom reflects on creative and cultural opportunities for First Nations young people appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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“The Hour of Death,” Bokshi Theatre Company by Florida Kastrati

Pristina Prison, a notorious building in the centre of the city, was built during the Yugoslav era in 1951. It housed thousands of political prisoners until 2016. Recently the prison was tu…

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State Library Victoria calls for 2023 Fellowships

The post State Library Victoria calls for 2023 Fellowships appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

‘The Nosebleed’ Review: Reconciling the Ghosts in the Attic by Naveen Kumar

Aya Ogawa’s memoir-like excavation tests the boundaries of love and family obligation through intimate confession.

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Cirque du Soleil’s fantastical ‘Kurios’ is a heart-stopping marvel by Susan Galbraith

A show about the richness of human imagination in a once-upon-a-time where science meets art.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Nothing to hide by Isa Giallorenzo

Clothing reseller Sasha Smith, 20, claims to dress like a “pink 2000s bimbo Harajuku ballerina.” She’s inspired by dolls, the Playboy universe, and the now-defunct Japanese street styl…

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Arts and Health: A performance and panel with WHO’s Christopher Bailey by Lincoln Center

Earlier this summer, Lincoln Center in collaboration with Healing Arts, welcomed the World Health Organization’s Arts & Health lead, Christopher Bailey, for an experiential conversation on…

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Mulligan Official Trailer | Short Film | [email protected] by Stratford Festival

Mother, Rose and Daughter, Margaret are about to play their last golf game of the season. Rose is determined to be at her daughter but when a mystical child caddy appears the duo's day gets …

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Odds & Ends: Mare Winningham & More Join A Man of No Importance at Classic Stage Company by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed. Mare Winningham & More Board A Man of No Importance Classic Stage Company has revealed additional casting and creative team mem…

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Broadway Besties Catherine Wreford Ledlow & Craig Ramsay on Cancer, Friendship and Joining Forces for The Amazing Race Canada by Caitlin Moynihan

In June 2013, Broadway and ballet dancer Catherine Wreford Ledlow was diagnosed with brain cancer and given two to six years to live. Now, nine years later, Ledlow is "past her expiration…

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‘And then I laughed’ by Kerry Reid

At one point in Theatre Y’s ambulatory Laughing Song: A Walking Dream, Marvin Tate as George W. Johnson (the first Black American recording artist) is asked by a reporter at a press confer…

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Watch a Sneak Peek of Sara Bareilles and Brian D'Arcy James' 'It Takes Two' in Into the Woods by Talaura Harms

The revival of the Stephen Sondheim-James Lapine musical has been extended through October 16.

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Chicago Reader hires social justice reporter by Reader Staff

Writer Debbie-Marie Brown hired for this position, made possible in part by grant funding from the Field Foundation. The post Chicago Reader hires social justice reporter appeared first on C…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Did You Spot the Playbills in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Season 3? by Raven Brunner

The new season brings The Wildcats to Camp Shallow Lake.

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The Kilbanes' Weightless Sets Off-Broadway Premiere at WP Theater by Raven Brunner

The indie rock musical is based on the band's concept album and Ovid’s Metamorphoses.

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Darkfield's Immersive Shipping Container Shows Flight and Séance Open August 4 by Talaura Harms

The popular Edinburgh Festival Fringe audio experiences can be seen at ArtsDistrict Brooklyn, along with Ouchhh Studio's debut of Limitless AI.

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Anna Deavere Smith on Revisiting Twilight for 2022 by American Repertory Theater

More Info & Tickets: Playing Aug 28 - Sep 24, 2022 Thirty years ago, the news of the police officers’ acquittal in Rodney King’s police bru…

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LCT3's THE NOSEBLEED - Cocktails & Conversation by Lincoln Center Theater

Drae Campbell and Kaili Y. Turner share some cocktails and conversation about THE NOSEBLEED at LCT3! July 16 - August 28, 2022 at the Claire Tow Theater. Tickets and more information: https…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Current cast of Broadway’s ‘Into the Woods’ extends through Sept. 4 by Caitlin Hornik

The original cast of the Broadway revival of “Into the Woods,” now running at the St. James Theatre, has extended their run through Sept. 4. The company is led by Sara Bareilles as The B…

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Daniel K. Isaac’s “Once Upon a (korean) Time” by Sandi Durell

Ma-Yi Theater Company – which recently celebrated a joyous return to in-person events with the critically-acclaimed, sold-out, Lortel-winning production of Lloyd Suh’s The Chinese Lady…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 03:30PM

Marla Mindelle, Alex Ellis, and Kathy Deitch Perform 'Tell Him' From Titanique Musical Parody

Playbill. 167K subscribers. Subscribe. Titanique, which opened its return New York engagement June 23 at Off-Broadway's The Asylum Theatre, ...

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Rainbow Connections | Theater | Style Weekly - Richmond, VA local news, arts, and events.

In 2016 named it "one of the 15 most important theaters of its kind in the nation." From its very first no-budget shows, the Players ...

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Canada’s Stratford and Shaw Festivals Revive Four Classic Works by Jesse Green

At the Stratford and the Shaw theater festivals, four heated classics get cool new productions for summer.

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Entire Cast of Broadway's Into the Woods Extend Contracts Through September by Logan Culwell-Block

The starry revival is led by Sara Bareilles, Brian d'Arcy James, Patina Miller, Phillipa Soo, Gavin Creel, and Joshua Henry.

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Riot Fest meeting leaves residents worried about the fate of their park by Kelly Garcia

A recent community meeting provided few answers. The post Riot Fest meeting leaves residents worried about the fate of their park appeared first on Chicago Reader.

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Weightless Sets Fall Stage Premiere at WP Theater

The indie rock piece from The Kilbanes moves from screen to stage.

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Casting Announced for 1919 at Steppenwolf

Steppenwolf for Young Adults presents the world premiere stage adaptation of Eve L. Ewing's collection of poems.

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Theater review: An imperfect but fresh ‘Anne of Green Gables’ at Goodspeed offers a modern perspective on a classic by Christopher Arnott

A new musical based on the children's classic "Anne of Green Gables," with a modern sensibility, is at the Goodspeed Opera House through Sept. 4. The show has some obvious problems that stil…

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Barbecue, blues, and circus arts by Salem Collo-Julin and Kerry Reid

Windy City Smokeout kicks off a weekend of beer, barbecue, and bands representing both new faces in country music and some old favorites; tonight’s 9 PM headlining set by Willie Nelson and…

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MUBI GO to the movies by Kathleen Sachs

Chicago audiences love the Music Box and Film Center, so, naturally, I wanted to ensure that MUBI GO is as exciting a premise for them as it is for viewers. The post MUBI GO to the movies ap…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Vanessa Redgrave Departs West End's My Fair Lady Early by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony winner says she needs a rest following a bout with COVID.

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See Elton John Visit the Chicago World Premiere of The Devil Wears Prada Musical by Logan Culwell-Block

Beth Leavel and Taylor Iman Jones lead the new musical based on the film, with a score by John and Shaina Taub and a book by Kate Wetherhead.

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Go Behind the Scenes of 2022 Williamstown Theatre Festival by Andrew Gans, Michael Wiltbank

The annual Massachusetts Festival is currently presenting Harrison David Rivers' we are continuous and Alex Edelman's solo show, Just for Us.

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Bernardo Medina’s Sofrito Manifesto slaps like a flip-flop by Mike Sula

Bernardo Medina’s mother chased him into art with a foam rubber flip-flop. “Latina mothers call it a chancleta,” says Medina, a San Juan, Puerto Rico-based pop artist and publicist. …

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Mind Over Murder: A Story About, Among Other Things, a Heroic Theatre Company by Trav S.D.

The deep, dark, dirty secret of Travalanche is that its author spends much more of his time watching contemporary television than either classic movies or theatre. I tend not to blog about c…

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Lauren Gunderson, August Wilson return to Marin Theatre Company in 2022-23 season by Lily Janiak

The Mill Valley company's six-play subscription season has been reduced to four, but with a new festival added.

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Chicago drill upstart PGF Nuk hits where it hurts on Switch Music by Leor Galil

Most rappers can only dream of making a song as powerful as PGF Nuk’s breakout single, “Waddup.” Superficially it sounds like a pretty standard drill track—terse verses in a wrought-…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at noon (Broadway Time)

New Creative Director announced for Asia TOPA by Aussie Theatre

Arts Centre Melbourne announced today that curator, Artistic Director and writer Jeff Khan has been appointed new Creative Director of

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Tiona Nekkia McClodden Is Not Running Away by Siddhartha Mitter

An artist’s journey to establish her position in the world took her to the shooting range and produced a bold, original show.

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Sesame Street the Musical Will Feature Songs From Broadway Composers Tom Kitt and Helen Park by Talaura Harms

Composer Nate Edmondson, who collaborated with Rockefeller Productions on Disney’s Winnie the Pooh: The New Musical Stage Adaptation, will also contribute songs for the new Off-Broadway pu…

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Reviews: What Do Critics Think of the New Parent Trap-Inspired Musical Identical? by Logan Culwell-Block

Tony and Olivier winner Trevor Nunn directs the musical's world premiere at the Nottingham Playhouse.

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Billy Porter Talks Running Away From Home at 16 to Audition for Dreamgirls by Logan Culwell-Block

The Kinky Boots and Pose star visited Late Night With Seth Meyers to discuss his screen directorial debut, Anything's Possible.

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What is Patience? #shorts by Second Stage Theater

#shorts Patience plays August 4th through August 28th at the McGinn/Cazale theater. Tix at

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When Performance Art Is an Anti-War Instrument, Part Two by Viktor Vilisov

By VIKTOR VILISOV. In part two of his essay, Russian theatremaker Viktor Vilisov delves deeper into the performative nature of war itself and how art can create spaces for collective remembr…

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See Elton John Visit The Devil Wears Prada in Chicago by Lindsey Sullivan

Even Miranda Priestly would be impressed by this. Music icon Elton John attended a performance of The Devil Wears Prada on August 3 at Chicago's James M. Nederlander Theatre. The Broadway-bo…

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Alfred Molina-Led The Father Among L.A. Drama Critics Circle Winners by Lindsey Sullivan

The Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards, honoring excellence in theater in L.A. and Orange County, has announced its 2020-2021 winners. Pasadena Playhouse’s The Father received the mos…

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Pose Star Angelica Ross to Play Roxie Hart in Chicago on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Screen star and human rights advocate Angelica Ross will make her Broadway debut as Roxie Hart in Chicago, becoming the first openly trans woman to play a leading role in a Broadway show. R…

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The War Being Waged Official Trailer | [email protected] by Stratford Festival

An Indigenous mother becomes an activist while her brother becomes a soldier. A grandmother raises a child with love, in community. A granddaughter full of turmoil, finds her voice. Three ge…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Cast Announced for World Premiere of Silence, Set to Play London's Donmar Warehouse and Tara Theatre by Andrew Gans

Adapted from Kavita Puri’s Partition Voices: Untold British Stories, the drama marks 75 years since the Partition of India.

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Mare Winningham, William Youmans Join Classic Stage's Upcoming Man of No Importance by Logan Culwell-Block

John Doyle will direct the Flaherty and Ahrens musical with performances beginning Off-Broadway in October.

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Get a 1st Look at the Cast of Zach Theatre's The Inheritance by Andrew Gans, Michael Wiltbank

Matthew López's Tony-winning drama will begin performances August 10 at the Texas venue.

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Get a Sneak Peek of Lea Michele in Rehearsal for Broadway's Funny Girl by Logan Culwell-Block

The Glee star will take over as Fanny Brice beginning September 6 at the August Wilson Theatre.

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Alan Paul named Artistic Director of Barrington Stage Company by Dc Theater Arts Staff

Shakespeare Theatre Company congratulates its departing Associate Artistic Director.

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Robert Hooks: Always About the Ensemble by American Theatre Editors

The pioneering co-founder of Negro Ensemble Company looks back on an acting and producing career that was never just about himself.

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Main Light adds More Elation Gear to Inventory in Form of Fuze MAX Spot™ by Michael Eddy

One of the largest dry-hire rental houses in the United States, Main Light, has added Elation Professional’s new Fuze MAX Spot™ LED moving head to its growing inventory of high-quality l…


Mare Winningham Joins A Man of No Importance at Classic Stage

Jim Parsons leads the Terrence McNally, Lynn Ahrens, and Stephen Flaherty musical revival.

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‘The sumptuous score is showcased to the highest degree’: CHESS THE MUSICAL IN CONCERT – Theatre Royal Drury Lane ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

After the success earlier in the year of Bonnie and Clyde in Concert, the bar has been set rather high for what concert productions at the Theatre Royal Drury Lane can provide, and Chess the…

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An excerpt from “Southside” by Ohana Bam

The post An excerpt from “Southside” appeared first on Chicago Reader.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Join Us for the 2022/2023 Theatre Company Season by Denver Center For The Performing Arts

Theatre is finally back in full swing at the Denver Center! To celebrate a season of rebirth and renewal, we’re pulling out all the stops: timeless classics, laugh-out-loud comedies, and t…

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Get a Sneak Peek of Muny The Color Purple, Starring Anastacia McCleskey, Tracee Beazer, Evan Tyrone Martin, More by Andrew Gans

Lili-Anne Brown directs the summer production with choreography by Breon Arzell at the St. Louis outdoor theatre.

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Sesame Street Is Moving To Theater Row! by Corine Cohen

To buy tickets go Sesame Musical – Launch Trailer (Earlier Logo) (16×9, 30) [H.264] This looks cute and Tom Kitt wrote some new songs. Performances will take place…

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Angelica Ross to Make Broadway Debut as Chicago's Next Roxie Hart

Ross had her breakout role in the Ryan Murphy series Pose.

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Jason Aldean Goes Big on Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour with Lüz Studio, Bandit Lites by Debi Moen

Three-time ACM “Entertainer of the Year” Jason Aldean continues taking his Rock N’ Roll Cowboy Tour to 34 cities nationwide with Bandit Lites and Luz Studio, which has provided product…


Tony Winner Sam Mendes Teaming Up With Audible to Create Audio Drama Adaptations of Charles Dickens Works by Logan Culwell-Block

Oliver Twist will be released later this year with two more to follow in 2023.

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Pose Star Angelica Ross Will Make Broadway Debut in Chicago by Andrew Gans

The openly Trans actor will join the Tony-winning revival in September.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 9am (Broadway Time)

See Elton John at Last Night's Performance of The Devil Wears Prada, The Musical

The composer visited the cast backstage following the performance.

SOURCE: TheaterMania at 09:54AM

Black Theatre United and Alexander Consulting Group to create digital unconscious bias training program for entire theater industry by Caitlin Hornik

Black Theatre United (BTU) has announced a partnership with Alexander Consulting Group to create a digital Unconscious Bias and Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, Accessibility & Belonging (E…

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Angelica Ross to make Broadway debut in ‘Chicago’ by Broadway News

The producers of “Chicago” have announced that actress and human rights advocate Angelica Ross will make her Broadway debut in the role of Roxie Hart. She will play an eight-week run beg…

SOURCE: Broadway News at 09:42AM

GRACE NOTES: Thursday, August 4, 2022 by Susan Grace

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Fifty Key Stage Musicals at 54 Below by Sandi Durell

Routledge Press’ highly praised new book FIFTY KEY STAGE MUSICALS by Robert W. Schneider and Shannon Agnew, which rounds-up fifty musicals whose creations were seminal in altering the…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 09:38AM

D’Yan Forest—Swinging on the Seine by Sandi Durell

By Marilyn Lester . . . In 1953, comedienne and D’Yan Forest predecessor, Belle Barth (1911-1971), was arrested and fined $25 for her “lascivious” act. It wasn’t the first time this …

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 09:20AM

Today I Killed My Very First Bird review – a gangster’s life laid bare by Mark Fisher

Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh In an atmospheric staging, with poetic dialogue, Jason Brownlee sketches the cruel twists of a violent and abusive London childhood According to the villain pl…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 09:07AM

The Red Stuff: A Guide to Letting It Bleed Onstage by American Theatre Editors

Jennifer McClure’s new book provides a prop master’s guide to blood effects, from design to clean-up and every sanguinary step in between.

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Blue Angels, hydroplanes and more: Seafair Weekend Festival and other fun around Seattle by Vonnai Phair

There's lots of fun to be had this week, with Seafair Weekend Festival, SLU Block Party, BritCon and more.

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What would it take for Seattle to become a hotbed for playwrights? by Jerald Pierce

Shifts in national playwriting programs and multi-theater collaborations could mean the city is "perfectly positioned" to support a thriving fringe theater scene as well as crowd-pleasing hi…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 8am (Broadway Time)

A Broadway Debut Through Suzy Nakamura's Lens by Heather Gershonowitz

The television veteran and star of POTUS talks being shot out of a canon, the importance of comedy, and vomit rehearsals.

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Patricia Dane: Florida Firecracker by Trav S.D.

We promise that it is only a coincidence that we are posting about Yank cover girls two days in a row. As it happens, today’s subject, Patricia Dane (Thelma Patricia Pippins, 1917-1995) is…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 08:37AM

You Will Get Sick by Sandi Durell

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director/CEO) is pleased to announce the complete cast for the world premiere of You Will Get Sick, a new play by Noah Diaz directed b…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 08:37AM

Review: Broadway’s “Pretty Woman: The Musical” offers soaring performances of low-aiming songs by John Wenzel

"Pretty Woman: The Musical" carries a sequined chip on its shoulder -- namely, to prove it's just as much fun as its 1990 namesake. But low-aiming music of the production, running through Au…

SOURCE: Denver Post at 08:33AM
Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, August 4, 2022 by Ashley Steves

“Death of Salesman” Moves Preview Date Up, “POTUS” Filmed On Broadway, Symphony Space Announces Season “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the …

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Sumac headline a night of dynamic, heavy music by Monica Kendrick

The title track of Sumac’s latest album, 2020’s May You Be Held (Thrill Jockey), is a tough-love affirmation built for trying times, when soothing sounds just don’t cut it anymore and …

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Shakespeare’s ‘As You Like It’ is reimagined as a ‘utopia’ with talking plants for the Dream in High Park by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Director Anand Rajaram wanted it to work for children or those who don’t know Shakespeare. “There’s a very strong cartoon esthetic to the show.”

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 07:00AM
Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Guide to Surviving Masculinist Territory review – walking tour of misogyny by Mark Fisher

Summerhall, EdinburghAudio drama follows the grim decline of an incel, drawing lines between everyday aggression and appalling hate crime We’re standing with our thoughts on Edinburgh’s …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 06:54AM

The Edinburgh festival: a ‘cultural hypermarket’ – from the archive by Richard Nelsson

See how the Guardian and Observer have reviewed the festival since the very first one in August 1947 23 August 1947 Continue reading...

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All about Jake David Smith -

Show all duplicates. Filter title duplicates. See Aladdin Costars Telly Leung and Arielle Jacobs... Business 2022-07-26 ...

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On the Couch with Simon Hall

The post On the Couch with Simon Hall appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Wake Up With BWW 8/4: Madonna Visits MJ, New Song From 13 THE MUSICAL, and More!

Top stories include a look inside rehearsal for A Little Night Music at Barrington Stage, starring Emily Skinner, Jason Danieley, Sierra Boggess, and Mary Beth Piel! Plus, Madonna visits MJ,…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:13AM

“Political theatre should always be entertaining” | Inside rehearsals for Chasing Hares by Young Vic

“I’m not political. Not at all. Never have been. I’m a company man.” 2000s Kolkata. The Khub Bhalo factory is on lockdown and no one’s getting paid. Prab is caught between joining…

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Slew of ‘70s rockers among best bets of things to do for week of Aug. 7 to 13 by Christopher Arnott

A slew of '70s rockers, from Rod Stewart and Santana to Elvis Costello, The Damned, Blondie, Cheap Trick and The Fleshtones can be found on Connecticut stages this week.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM

Column: Chicago theater has a crisis of leadership — and it has to stop eating its own by Chris Jones

The names aren’t included here and don’t matter a jot for the point I am making. Chicago theater needs to be a community again.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Charkha and Kargha

The post Charkha and Kargha appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Twelve angry children: young jurors call adults to account for climate crisis in The Trials by Andrew Dickson

Dawn King’s new play at the Donmar imagines a reckoning for environmental chaos, presided over by the kids who inherit the mess. We join the writer and cast, including stars of Heartstoppe…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 05:48AM

Federal Government announces expert panels to inform National Cultural Policy

The post Federal Government announces expert panels to inform National Cultural Policy appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Dancing in the park: Dusk Dances’ brings pay-what-you can live performance back to Withrow Park, with a few twists by Michael Crabb - Special To The Star

Go for a whimsical walk, as an emcee and performers delight and enchant with an event that first ran in 1993.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Arts Centre Melbourne appoints Jeff Khan as new Asia TOPA Creative Director

The post Arts Centre Melbourne appoints Jeff Khan as new Asia TOPA Creative Director appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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In Salzburg, New Lives for Two Scandalous Plays by A.J. Goldmann

Works that once horrified European audiences are now centerpieces of the drama offerings at the tony Austrian festival.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Anna K set to premiere at the Malthouse Theatre this August

The post Anna K set to premiere at the Malthouse Theatre this August appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 2am (Broadway Time)

You Now Have Permission To Have An Authentic Response by Joe Patti

Last month the San Francisco Chronicle ran an opinion piece by Nataki Garrett, the Artistic Director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival, titled Theater can help drive economic recovery in S.…

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The three Ryans by Katie Prout

An interview with a trio of teenage boys who shared a passion for Godzilla and for calling each other “brother,” though it had only been an hour since they’d met. The post The three Ry…

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A note on this week’s cover story by Katie Prout

I wouldn’t remember this incident except for that it’s on film, one that my brothers have watched repeatedly, the punch growing stronger, more violent in their mind. The post A note on t…

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Swimming in the atomic waters of the largest Godzilla convention on earth by Katie Prout

On the reptilian superstar, family, and other monsters The post Swimming in the atomic waters of the largest Godzilla convention on earth appeared first on Chicago Reader.

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Thursday, August 4, 2022 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Johnny G. Lloyd's Patience Begins World Premiere Off-Broadway Run August 4 by Logan Culwell-Block

Zhailon Levingston directs the Second Stage production about a professional solitaire player.

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STOMP!, Aladdin, and The Lion King Play Broadway in Bryant Park August 4 by Raven Brunner

The concert line-up also includes performances by the casts of Kimberly Akimbo, Hadestown, Funny Girl, and Wicked.

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Ian McKellen Takes the Stage as Hamlet at Edinburgh Fringe, Opening August 4 by Leah Putnam

McKellen shares the role of the Danish prince with dancer Johan Christiansen in the re-imagined Shakespeare tragedy.

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Check Out New Photos of Disney's Frozen Tour by Andrew Gans, Michael Wiltbank

Caroline Bowman and Lauren Nicole Chapman head the cast of the musical based on the hit animated film of the same name.

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Lights, Camera, Action – 70th Melbourne International Film Festival opens today

The post Lights, Camera, Action – 70th Melbourne International Film Festival opens today appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Why 'The Butcher Boy' Sang to Asher Muldoon - The college undergrad makes his Off-Broadway debut with his musical adaptation of Patrick McCabe's novel by Carey Purcell

The Princeton University undergrad makes his Off-Broadway debut with his musical adaptation of Patrick McCabe's novel, starring Nicholas Barasch --- Asher Muldoon was five when he saw his f…

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