Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

And If I Don’t Behave Then What by Steven Morris

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Do What You’re Told! by Steven Morris

It could be argued that this is a play about authoritarianism — i.e. guidance on how to best live life by people who, armed with either a religious or political credo, claim to know better…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Melissa Barrera and Paul Mescal-Led CARMEN Musical Film Adaptation To Be Released This April

The film adaptation of Bizet's classic opera, Carmen, will hit theaters this spring starring Academy Award-nominee Paul Mescal and 'In the Heights' star Melissa Barrera.

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Broadway Babe by Barry Gordin

Nostalgic finds from Broadway Babe include a Vintage Garry Moore Show with a young Barbra Streisand, a rare, start studded, 2002 Actors Fund Benefit and more.  February 4, 2023: Broadway …

SOURCE: theaterlife at 10:10PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

ELVIS: A MUSICAL REVOLUTION Set To Tour Australia in 2023

The producers behind Cruel Intentions: The '90s Musical, The Wedding Singer, and Bring It On: The Musical have announced the professional premiere of Elvis: A Musical Revolution set to tour …

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:50PM

Ordinary People Face Global Meltdown In Theatre Lab’s Tragi-Comedy Last Night In Inwood by Bill Hirschman

In movies, “ordinary people” facing a dystopian challenge miraculously find courage and composure. We would be more like the extended family slowly coming unglued in Theatre Lab’s prem…

SOURCE: Florida Theater On Stage at 09:18PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Australia’s Last Poet Laureate Was A Convict? by Joe Patti

Big news out of Australia where the first national arts policy since 2013 was announced.  In addition to commitments of funding to specific entities and organizations, arguably the most sig…

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Nonbinary Broadway performer opts out of gendered Tony Awards by Michael Paulson

Justin David Sullivan, who's in the new musical "& Juliet," is trans nonbinary. The Tonys have acting categories for men and women.

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Bert Kreischer has shows all over the U.S. in 2023. Some tickets are $34 by Matt Levy

If Bert Kreischer is coming to your city, he’s bringing a party with him. Most likely he’ll be doing it without a shirt too. Kreischer, the man who inspired the 2002 film “Van Wilder�…

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Why HBO's The Last of Us Chose Nick Offerman to Play Bill - CBR

The Last of Us co-creator and showrunner Craig Mazin recently explained why Nick Offerman was chosen to play Bill in the HBO series.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

'I picked the cotton. I carried it to market' Syrus Lowe as James Baldwin in Best of Enemies #shorts by Young Vic

🎥: Best of Enemies (2021). Set and Costume Design - Bunny Christie, Lighting Design - Paule Constable, Sound Design - Tom Gibbons, Video Design - Luke Halls, Composition - Benjamin Kwasi …

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Best of Enemies moments that I quote daily | Best of Enemies by James Graham at the Young Vic by Young Vic

Some Best of Enemies moments that are the reason I get out of bed in the morning Recording from 2021 performances broadcast as part of the Best Seat in Your House livestreams, with a cast i…

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Vidal and Buckley go head to head in their first televised debate | Best of Enemies at the Young Vic by Young Vic

That awkward moment when you accuse someone of misquoting you. Bad vibes. Recording from 2021 performances broadcast as part of the Best Seat in Your House livestreams, with a cast includin…

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Charles Edwards as Gore Vidal and David Harewood as William Buckley in Best of Enemies | Young Vic by Young Vic

Gore Vidal and William Buckley prepare their ad-libs, get ready to sling insults and discuss politics in this clip from the Best Seat in Your House livestream. Recording from 2021 performan…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

ELVIS: A MUSICAL REVOLUTION to tour Australia in 2023 by Gabi Bergman

David Venn Enterprises (Cruel Intentions: The ‘90s Musical, The Wedding Singer, Bring It On: The Musical) is thrilled to announce

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Black Theatre United Plans The Business of Show Discussion Series by Logan Culwell-Block

Honoring Black History Month, the free series will include three talks with the organization's founders.

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Soprano Esther Song is LA BOHEME’s Musetta by Gabi Bergman

On a freezing Christmas Eve, love sparks. Two hands meet in the dark and four friends’ lives change forever. When

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The BSR Weekly Arts and Culture Roundup, February 2-8, 2023 by Kyle V. Hiller

Catch a screening of the powerful documentary Cruz, jam with Sistahs Laying Down Hands, and bake with impact with Chef Kyle Cuffie-Scott. Kyle V. Hiller rounds up.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 05:31PM

& Juliet's Justin David Sullivan Declines Tony Award Eligibility, Critiques Gendered Performance Categories by Logan Culwell-Block, Diep Tran, Margaret Hall

"I didn't feel right being in either category," the non-binary Broadway performer tells Playbill.

SOURCE: Playbill at 05:30PM

Tony Awards committee issues first eligibility rulings for 2022-2023 season by Ruthie Fierberg

On Feb. 1, the Tony Awards Administration Committee announced its determinations of eligibility for 20 productions in the 2022-2023 Broadway season, following the committee’s first meeting…

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BSR Classical Music Interludes: February 2023 by Gail Obenreder

Gail Obenreder previews the first half of February’s classical music offerings in and around the city of Philadelphia.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 05:21PM

The BSR February 2023 movie repertory roundup by Stephen Silver

Stephen Silver rounds up February with some great movie screenings for the coldest month of the year.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 05:13PM

Remembering Robert E. Somerfeld by American Theatre Editors

Known for his absurdist one-act plays,' Somerfeld was also an accomplished copywriter and screenwriter.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 05:06PM

Trans Non-Binary Performer Justin David Sullivan of & JULIET Withdraws From Tony Awards Consideration

trans non-binary performer Justin David Sullivan, who is currently starring as May in the Broadway production of & Juliet, has withdrawn from consideration for the Tony Awards rather t…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:03PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Towards Zero by Steven Morris

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Was W.C. Fields a Racist? by Trav S.D.

The headline is a trick question. Everyone who lived between 1880 and 1946 was a racist by our standards, so of course W.C. Fields was. His professional friendship with Bert Williams, and a …

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 04:46PM

One Year on Broadway | MJ by Mj

The fam is celebrating one electrifying year on Broadway! Thanks to the fans that keep this crew going. Cheers to many more! MJ is the electrifying new Broadway musical that takes audienc…

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Get an Exclusive Sneak Peek at the Designs for Broadway-Aimed The Secret Garden Revival by Logan Culwell-Block

Designers Jason Sherwood and Ann Hould-Ward tell us how they're reimagining the Lucy Simon-Marsha Norman musical for LA's Center Theatre Group—including a new character.

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Mr. Yunioshi by Steven Morris

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A Place For Us by Barry Gordin

A Place For Us: A Celebration of Jewish Broadway “Theater is my temple and my religion and my act of faith.” Harvey Fierstein By: Alix Cohen February 3, 2023: “Something’s Comi…

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2023 Tony Awards eligibility rulings (round 1): ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ ‘Into the Woods,’ ‘1776’ and a change in voting procedure by Sam Eckmann

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met for the first time during the 2022-2023 Broadway season on January 31 to discuss eligibility of 20 productions for the 76th Annual Tony Awards in…

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Conjure the Spirits by Steven Morris

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Between Riverside and Crazy by Joseph Pisano

Living in his "palatial" rent-controlled apartment on one of Manhattan's most stunning architectural stretches, Walter "Pops'' Washington (Stephen McKinley Henderson) is an aging man of agin…

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Equity, L.A. Producers Team for ‘Catch Up California’ Rally by American Theatre Editors

The rally launched fundraising efforts for the Equitable Payroll Fund.

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The Realistic Joneses by Steven Morris

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NAMT Announces Writers Residency Grants by American Theatre Editors

The grants have awarded funds to eight new musical theatre projects.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 04:03PM

Julie Taymor | THE LION KING by Disney On Broadway

Julie Taymor won the 1998 Tony Award for Best Direction of a Musical and for Best Costumes for The Lion King. It also garnered Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle and Drama League Awards for T…

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Who wants Beetlejuice: The Musical to come to Australia? by Sarah Johnson

Beetlejuice: The Musical is a stage adaptation of the 1988 film of the same name. The show features music and

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Kit Hesketh-Harvey was an old-style vaudevillian who exuded warmth by David Lister

The screenwriter, musician, composer, actor and performer has died suddenly aged 65. David Lister pays tribute to a rare talent who was just as funny and endearing offstage as he was on

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Photos: Go Inside the Book Release Julian Schlossberg's TRY NOT TO HOLD IT AGAINST ME: A PRODUCERS LIFE

See photos from the book release of Julian Schlossberg's Try Not to Hold It Against Me: A Producer’s Life!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 03:55PM

Could It Happen Here? How U.S. and U.K. Plays Are Staging Antisemitism’s Resurgence by American Theatre Editors

Over the past year, no fewer than 10 shows on both sides of the Atlantic have addressed the historical rise of Nazism and/or the troubling resurfacing of antisemitism.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 03:50PM

“Assassins”: A Wild, Musical Ride to The American Dream’s Dark Side—at Hillbarn by Kim Waldron

Stephen Sondheim Dares Us to Look at Our Violence by Kim Waldron “Every now and then the country goes a little wrong,” sings the “Assassins” Proprietor, the tap-dancing Keith Pinto. …

SOURCE: Theatrius at 03:49PM

Latham House in Jersey City by Edward A Kliszus

Latham House in Jersey City OpeningNight.Online I frequently dine around Manhattan while checking out the latest shows, jazz, and classical music venues. Friends recently reminded me that un…

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A Beautiful Noise by Michael Portantiere

Original Broadway Cast, 2023 (UMe) This recording differs from the cast albums of many other jukebox musicals, including biomusicals such as Jersey Boys and Beautiful, in that the arrangemen…

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Act II Playhouse presents Steel Magnolias by Daralyse Lyons

Act II Playhouse’s production of the classic Steel Magnolias hopes to bring fresh perspective from its all-women cast and their lineages. Daralyse Lyons previews.

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 03:25PM

PBS’s Independent Lens presents The Picture Taker by Kathryn Smith Pyle

Phil Bertelsen and Lise Yasui’s documentary casts a dynamic light on the life of Ernest Withers, an iconic civil rights photographer who was also a secret informant for the FBI. Kathryn Sm…

SOURCE: Broad Street Review at 03:16PM

Nonbinary “& Juliet” Performer Opts Out of Gendered Tony Awards by Michael Paulson

Justin David Sullivan of “& Juliet” decided to abstain from consideration and urged awards shows to “expand their reach.”

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Interview: Jonathan Groff Reveals How Filming KNOCK AT THE CABIN Was Similar to Theatre

Jonathan Groff is hitting the big screen in M. Night Shyamalan's latest film, Knock at the Cabin. Watch a video of our interview with Groff ahead of the film's premiere, discussing how thei…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 03:10PM

Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons, Harold Pinter Theatre review – cool cast chills the drama by Aleks.sierz

West End transfer for Sam Steiner’s fringe classic does the play no favours Culture which arrives from the margins to the mainstream is a classic phenomenon. In the case of Sam Steiner’s…

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Full cast and creative team announced for ‘New York, New York’ by Caitlin Hornik

Complete casting and the full creative team have been announced for the upcoming Broadway production of “New York, New York.” Joining the previously announced Colton Ryan and Anna Uzele …

SOURCE: Broadway News Subscription at 03:03PM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

No Dance Schools in Anatevka: Fidler Afn Dakh’s Staś Kmieć interviewed by Hallie Chametzky by Hallie Chametzky

There is no audience. There is a community and you’re connected to the community and you’re not playing to the audience. There happens to be an audience and they’re looking through a k…

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Early Career Designers, Applications Open for The 1/52 Project Grants by Leah Putnam

Tony-winning designer Beowulf Boritt founded the financial grant program to foster early career designers from historically excluded backgrounds.

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Upcoming West End Transfer of Streetcar, Starring Normal People's Paul Mescal, Sells Out in 2 Hours by Andrew Gans

Anjana Vasan, Patsy Ferran, and Dwane Walcott, who also star at the Almeida, will reprise their roles at the Phoenix.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Get a 1st Look at Danny Burstein, Nathan Lane, and Zoë Wanamaker in Broadway's Pictures From Home by Logan Culwell-Block

The trio is starring in a new play from Sharr White, adapted from photographer Larry Sultan's 1992 autobiographical photo memoir of the same name.

SOURCE: Playbill at 01:55PM

Broadway Streaming Guide: February 2023 - How to Hear the KIMBERLY AKIMBO Cast Recording & More

This February, Broadway fans will be treated with several new albums, concerts, and television shows to binge. Check out what's coming to streaming this month, including new classic movie mu…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:52PM

New York, New York Broadway Musical Trailer by NewYorkTheater

Colton Ryan and Anna Uzele lead the cast in this stage musical that gets its title, and its score, from the 1977 movie, but not apparently its story. The show opens at Broadway's St. James T…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:51PM

VIDEO: Watch FUNNY GIRL's Julie Benko & Jason Yeager Perform 'Me, Myself and I'

In just a few days, Birdland Jazz Club will welcome back Julie Benko - direct from Broadway's smash hit revival of Funny Girl - with her band 'Euphonic Gumbo'. BroadwayWorld is very excite…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:27PM

Moisés Kaufman and Amanda Gronich's Here There Are Blueberries Heading to Washington, D.C. by Leah Putnam

The Tectonic Theater Project production will play Shakespeare Theatre Company.

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Shiloh Goodin, Drew Lachey, More Will Star in Cincinnati Playhouse's A Chorus Line by Andrew Gans

A new production of the Pulitzer Prize-winning musical will open the The Rouse Theatre, the centerpiece of the Ohio venue's $50 million Mainstage Theatre Complex.

SOURCE: Playbill at 01:22PM

Concerts, exhibits, tours and more events honor Black History Month in St. Louis by Valerie Schremp Hahn | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

St. Louis museums, galleries, theaters and libraries will celebrate Black History Month with a variety of programs and exhibitions in February.

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‘Between a Wok and a Hot Pot’ serves nourishing food for the stomach — and the soul by Joshua Chong - Special To The Star

Amanda Lin’s debut play is delicious fun but also raises important questions about identity and representation.

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Ivo Van Hove Working on DOLL Music Conservatory Television Series

Ivo Van Hove is working with John Wells on a new television series taking place in a ruthless music conservatory. The series will be written by Matthew-Lee Erlbach, inspired by his experienc…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at noon (Broadway Time)

Clyde Alves, Emily Skinner, Janet Dacal, More Join Cast of Broadway's New York, New York by Logan Culwell-Block

Complete casting has been revealed for the upcoming musical with a score by John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Lin-Manuel Miranda.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:59PM

‘New York, New York’ Broadway Musical Rounds Out Cast With Emily Skinner, Others by Greg Evans

The full cast and creative team for the upcoming Kander & Ebb Broadway musical New York, New York were announced by producers today, with, among others, Tony Award nominee Emily Skinner …

SOURCE: Deadline at 12:47PM

“Serving Lewks and Puro Class,” Tus Tías Explore the Legacy of Selena by Trevor Boffone

By Trevor Boffone. Trevor Boffone reviews Tus Tías’ The Invocation of Selena, a sketch comedy and cabaret-style show that begins by summoning Latine icon Selena and ends by eulogizing her.

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Tehran tête-à-tête by Kerry Reid

Valerie Solanas shot Andy Warhol on June 3, 1968, out of anger that he wouldn’t produce her play/manifesto Up Your Ass. Sirhan Sirhan shot Robert F. Kennedy on June 5, 1968, out of anger a…

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Happy #BlackHistoryMonth! by Hamilton

“Our experience is so unique because with everything that we’ve been through, we still have joy.” Wishing a happy #BlackHistoryMonth to all, from our #HamFam.

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February 2023 New York Theater Openings by New York Theater

Below is a calendar of theater opening* in February 2023 in New York,  including one play on Broadway, starring Nathan Lane, Danny Burstein and Zoe Wanamaker, and much exciting Off-Broadway…

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The Cody Renard Richard Scholarship Program Announces 2023 Cohort by Leah Putnam

Ten theatre students have been selected for the program fostering the next generation of theatre professionals of color.

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Jessica Chastain Is Coming Home to A Doll's House by Margaret Hall

The Oscar winner didn't let laryngitis stop her from visiting Stephen Colbert on The Late Show to celebrate her Broadway return.

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MJ the Musical Celebrates 1st Anniversary on Broadway February 1 by Andrew Gans

Look back at highlights from the hit musical starring Tony winner Myles Frost.

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‘Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons’ Review: A Thought Exercise, Without Deep Thoughts by Houman Barekat

On London’s West End, Aidan Turner and Jenna Coleman star in a lightly dystopian comedy that succeeds as a portrait of a troubled couple, but falls short as political satire.

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West Coast Premiere of Lee Edward Colston II's The First Deep Breath Begins Performances February 1 by Margaret Hall

The modern epic explores the lengths families will go to when burying secrets from the outside world.

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Obie Winner David Greenspan Begins Performances in On Set With Theda Bara February 1 by Margaret Hall

The one-person show explores identity and the struggle to know oneself.

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SIX Star Andrea Macasaet Will Be Mimi in Stratford Festival Rent; Complete Cast Announced by Andrew Gans

Thom Allison will direct Jonathan Larson's Pulitzer Prize-winning musical at the Canadian venue.

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Will Liverman performs "I Dream a World" with composer/pianist Damien Sneed, text by Langston Hughes by Lincoln Center

Will Liverman and composer/pianist Damien Sneed perform a new piece titled, “I Dream a World,” featuring powerful text written by Langston Hughes in the 1940s that references a world whe…

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Hulu's UP HERE Series Soundtrack to Feature Norm Lewis, Micaela Diamond & More

Kristen Anderson-Lopez shared that the album will feature Mae Whitman, Carlos Valdes, Katie Finneran, John Hodgman, Sophia Hammons, Andréa Burns, Scott Porter, Emilia Suarez, Norm Lewis, M…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:08PM

Bohemian Explorer Society x FON Sound System Mix #1 by Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Introducing a spectacular collaboration with FON Sound System featuring Sahr Ngaujah's exclusive DJ set titled "Bohemian Explorer Society." Part I of II. Produced by Sahr Ngaujah + Asen Jame…

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:05PM

How British Theatre Censorship Laws Have Inadvertently Created a Rich Archive of Black History by Kate Dossett

In an age of so-called “cancel culture” it’s important to remember that for much of British history, it was the state, not the masses, who censored the work of artists. Between 1737 an…

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Video: Full Cast and Creative Team Announced for NEW YORK, NEW YORK; Plus Watch a New Trailer!

The full cast and creative team has been announced for the brand new Kander & Ebb musical, NEW YORK, NEW YORK. Plus, check out a new trailer of the cast in action!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:00PM

Watch the Trailer for New Kander and Ebb Lin-Manuel Miranda Broadway Musical New York, New York by TheaterMania

Stars include Colton Ryan, Anna Uzele, Clyde Alves, and more sing "Cheering For Me Now" and the title song from this show coming to the St. James Theatre.

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:00PM

Emily Skinner, Clyde Alves, Janet Dacal, John Clay III & More Join New York, New York on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

The full cast has been announced for New York, New York, a new Broadway musical by John Kander and the late Fred Ebb. The musical, inspired by the 1977 MGM film written by Earl M. Rauch, fe…

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Clyde Alves, Janet Dacal, Emily Skinner and More join NEW YORK, NEW YORK

The new musical begins previews at the St. James Theatre March 24.

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Class Notes: From “The Appointment,” cast member Alice Yorke by James Marino

Listen: Lauren Class Schneider talks to Alice Yorke, lead artist of “The Appointment” at the WP Theatre. “Class Notes” actively covers New York’s current theater season on, off, an…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Shiloh Goodin, Drew Lachey & More to Star in A CHORUS LINE at Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park

Cincinnati Playhouse in the Park will be a singular sensation this spring with the opening of Moe and Jack’s Place — The Rouse Theatre and an all-new production of A Chorus Line. See who…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:55AM

Cy Gavin’s Modern Take on the Hudson River School Tradition by Robin Pogrebin

In his first show at Gagosian, opening Thursday, the painter Cy Gavin explores the land that has both empowered and inspired him.

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Photos: First Look at Nathan Lane, Danny Burstein & Zoë Wanamaker in PICTURES FROM HOME

Get a first look at photos of Nathan Lane, Danny Burstein and Zoë Wanamaker in Pictures From Home at Studio 54 on Broadway.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:43AM

VIDEO: Jessica Chastain Discusses Broadway Being What She 'Always Wanted' Ahead of A DOLL'S HOUSE on COLEBRT

Jessica Chastain sat down with Stephen Colbert to discuss her return to Broadway in A Doll's House. The Oscar winner got emotional over her return to Broadway, revealing how the production c…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:42AM

Tony Awards Admin Committee Rules on Into the Woods, Ohio State Murders, The Piano Lesson, More by Logan Culwell-Block

Broadway's biggest honors will be handed out June 11 at the United Palace Theatre in New York City.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:35AM

Get a First Look at Nathan Lane, Danny Burstein & Zoë Wanamaker in Broadway's Pictures From Home by Caitlin Moynihan

Pictures From Home, a new play by Sharr White based on the photo memoir by Larry Sultan, has arrived on Broadway and now there is a first look at the starry cast. Nathan Lane, Danny Burste…

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TDF Conversations: A Beautiful Noise by TDF

Join TDF this Wednesday, February 8 at 1 p.m. ET on our Facebook page or our YouTube channel as we bring these castmates together for an intimate chat about the power of singing along (even …

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On a role: For actor Jacob Flekier, all roads lead to playwright Neil Simon by Calvin Wilson | Post-Dispatch Theater Critic

At New Jewish Theatre, Jacob Flekier returns once again to a character based on the playwright.

SOURCE: St. Louis Today at 11:30AM

School Production Of 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE Canceled: 'Not Family-Friendly'

The Cardinal Schools Board of Education has canceled a spring production of The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee after deeming the musical  'not family-freindly.'

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:28AM

Tonys Administration Committee Announces First Set of Rulings for the 2022-2023 Season by Lindsey Sullivan

The Tony Awards Administration Committee has made eligibility decisions for 20 Broadway productions for the 2022-2023 season. This was the first time the committee met to decide the eligibil…

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After a devastating fire, Coal Mine Theatre has come back blazing by Aisling Murphy - Staff Reporter

As opening night for ‘Yerma’ approaches, Diana Bentley and Ted Dykstra couldn’t be more grateful for the Coal Mine community’s support for their new venue.

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 11:20AM

Theater review: Playhouse on Park’s ‘Indecent’ successfully tackles freedom of expression, religious identity and cultural change by Christopher Arnott

Paula Vogel's "Indecent," at Playhouse on Park through Feb. 26, remains an important play about art, politics and religion, enlivened by klezmer music, a melodramatic play-within-a-play and …

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 11:18AM

Photos: Go Inside the Rehearsal Room for Suzan-Lori Parks' World Premiere Musical The Harder They Come by Logan Culwell-Block

Natey Jones leads the cast of The Public Theater production Off-Broadway, adapted from the Jamaican film.

SOURCE: Playbill at 11:02AM
Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Tony Awards Committee Sets Eligibility Rulings For 2023 Contenders ‘The Collaboration’, ‘Almost Famous’, ‘Death Of A Salesman’, Others by Greg Evans

The Tony Awards Administration Committee has announced its first round of eligibility rulings for this Broadway season, determining some of the trickier potential nominees and their respecti…

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Pershing Square Café by Edward A Kliszus

Pershing Square Café OpeningNight.Online I’ve often enjoyed Pershing Square Café’s wonderful breakfast specials and especially their legendary pancakes. After enjoying an early evening…

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André De Shields to Emcee Reopening of Renovated La MaMa Theatre This Month by Logan Culwell-Block

The landmark Off-Off-Broadway venue will host a ribbon-cutting ceremony and tour.

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Watch SUNSET BOULEVARD Stars Stephanie J. Block, Derek Klena, More Try to Explain the Musical in 10 Seconds or Less

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s musical takes to the Kennedy Center February 1-8.

SOURCE: Theatrely at 10:38AM

Leslie Odom Jr. Will Return to Broadway With Purlie Victorious Revival This Summer by Logan Culwell-Block

Kenny Leon will direct the Ossie Davis play, which hasn't been seen on Broadway since its original production in 1962.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:29AM

Tony Awards Announce First Round of Eligibility for 2022-2023 Season

After months of waiting with bated breath, the Tony Awards Administration Committee met yesterday to confirm the eligibility status of twenty Broadway productions for the 2022-2023 season. T…

SOURCE: Theatrely at 10:13AM

HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Will Bring Back Hogwarts House Pride Week

The Tony Award-winning Broadway production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child will once again celebrate the Hogwarts houses with four special performances dedicated to each house. Gryffind…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:10AM

5th Time’s A Charm!(?) Celebrate Five Years of Valentine’s Day Shows with Matthew Liu – February 14th at Rockwood Music Hall Stage 2 by Jordan Rol

“Matthew Liu is talented and handsome, plus has a charming stage presence. He deserves to be a major force in the cabaret scene” - NiteLife Exchange For a 5th year in a row, singer-st…

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Tony Awards Administration Committee Determines Eligibility of 20 Broadway Shows

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met to confirm the eligibility status of twenty Broadway productions for the 2022-2023 season, including Into The Woods, Kimberly Akimbo, A Beautiful…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:08AM

Black History Month 2023 by Trav S.D.

Black History Month is when I typically have done posts honoring black performers for whom I don’t know the birthdate, of which there have been a relatively high percentage. Case in point,…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 10:03AM

Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. to Star in Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch on Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Leslie Odom Jr. will be back on Broadway next season!.The Hamilton Tony winner is set to star in a new production of Ossie Davis' Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotto…

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[Broadway Grosses w/ 1/29/2023]  by Ken Davenport

The top 10 grossing shows from the week ending in... The post [Broadway Grosses w/ 1/29/2023]  first appeared on Ken Davenport.

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American Shakespeare Center announces 35th anniversary season, celebrating 400th anniversary of the First Folio by News Desk

Season kicks off in February with Shakespeare's 'As You Like It' and Sarah Ruhl's 'Eurydice,' performed in repertory with a stellar cast of ASC veterans and newcomers.

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Celebrate Black History Month and Valentine's Day with BroadwayHD

No matter which holidays you’re celebrating this month, we’ve got thrilling performances ready for you to stream. Visit to learn more!

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She Went Viral Mocking Trump. Now Sarah Cooper Is Taking on a New Role. by Michael Paulson

She is making her professional stage debut in the Off Broadway drama, and fulfilling a childhood dream. “It’s transformative,” she said.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 9am (Broadway Time)

GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, February 1, 2023 by Susan Grace

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Shoshana Bean to Perform at GRAMMYs Premiere Ceremony

Tony and Grammy nominee Shoshana Bean will be performing during the Premiere Ceremony of the Grammy Awards this Sunday, February 5. As previously reported, Randy Rainbow will host the event…

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Podcast: The latest Colorado theatre news for Feb. 1, 2023 by Alex Miller

The latest, plus a conversation with Chris Alleman at Theatre SilCo — formerly the Lake Dillon Theatre Company

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The Choir Of Man – New cast now booking until July 2023 at the Arts Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Choir Of Man announces new company members for the Olivier Award-nominated smash hit show which has now extends at the Arts Theatre until July 2023. This post The Choir O…

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Leslie Odom Jr. to star in Broadway revival of ‘Purlie Victorious’ by Ruthie Fierberg

The 1961 comedy “Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch” will receive an upcoming Broadway staging starring Leslie Odom Jr. This will mark the first revival o…

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Leslie Odom Jr. Will Return To Broadway In Ossie Davis’ Purlie Victorious by Broadway Black

Tony & Grammy Award winner and Academy & Emmy Award nominee Leslie Odom, Jr. will star in the new Broadway production of the classic American comedy Purlie Victorious: A Non-Con…

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Leslie Odom, Jr. Will Return to Broadway in PURLIE VICTORIOUS: A NON-CONFEDERATE ROMP THROUGH THE COTTON PATCH, Directed by Kenny Leon

Tony & Grammy Award winner and Academy & Emmy Award nominee Leslie Odom, Jr. will star in the new Broadway production of the classic American comedy Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confeder…

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Leslie Odom Jr. Plans Return to Broadway in ‘Purlie Victorious’ by Michael Paulson

Kenny Leon will direct the revival of Ossie Davis’s 1961 play, which is expected to run this summer at an unspecified Broadway theater.

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Broadway Bound: Leslie Odom, Jr. To Star In Revival Of Ossie Davis‘ ’Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch’ This Su by Greg Evans

Tony & Grammy winner Leslie Odom, Jr. will star in a new Broadway production of the classic American comedy Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Romp Through the Cotton Patch by Ossie Da…

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Tony and Grammy Award winner and Academy and Emmy Award nominee Leslie Odom, Jr. will star in a new Broadway production of the classic American comedy Purlie Victorious: A Non-Confederate Ro…

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THE HOURS With Kelli O'Hara, Renée Flemming & More to Air on PBS

The Metropolitan Opera's recent production of The Hours, starring Renée Flemming, Kelli O'Hara, and Joyce DiDonato, will air on PBS. Phelim McDermott directs with Met Music Director Yannic…

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Legendary Producer Julian Schlossberg by Barry Gordin

Stage & Screen Producer Julian Schlossberg celebrated the release of his memoir Try Not To Hold It Against Me: A Producer’s Life at the equally legendary Sardi’s. February 1, 2023:�…

SOURCE: theaterlife at 09:15AM

New date announced for Entertainment Community Fund’s ‘Ragtime’ reunion concert by Caitlin Hornik

The “Ragtime” benefit reunion concert originally scheduled to take place in 2020 has set a new date for the one-night-only event. The Entertainment Community Fund announced that the sold…

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Signature Theatre to recognize Chita Rivera with Stephen Sondheim Award by News Desk

The DC native shot to Broadway stardom in 'West Side Story.'

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Seattle’s first Iranian theater company is ready for its first live show by Gemma Alexander

Seda Iranian Theatre Ensemble's first live production is a timely response to news about violence against women in Iran and around the world.

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‘Okay, you can stop now’ at Theatre Passe Muraille makes art out of information overload by Aisling Murphy - Staff Reporter

Shakeil Rollock, creator, director and choreographer of “Okay, you can stop now,” says personal histories and the news cycle intersect in more ways than we might assume.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 8am (Broadway Time)


Latecomer Larry Kert with the original cast of “Company” (1970).Theatre Yesterday and Today, February 1, 2023, by Ron Fassler. To continue with more on replacements, the story of how La…

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Art Reflecting Life: A Review of Andy Warhol in Iran at Northlight Theatre by Amanda Finn

Brent Askari places Warhol just ahead of the revolution in Iran (then Tehran) in the 1970s to get Polaroids of the Shah’s wife for a portrait commission.

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Dance Top 5: February 2023 by Sharon Hoyer

Whether you're looking for story ballet or experimental play, dance in February will keep you warm.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Wednesday, February 1, 2023 by Matt Tamanini

‘Ragtime’ Reunion Concert Date Announced; Price, Fasthorse at Work on Updated ‘Peter Pan’; Alyssa Fox Pens Letter on Impact of Elphaba “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday thro…

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Video: MJ Celebrates One Year on Broadway, Kicking Off Black History Month

The four-time Tony Award-winning musical MJ celebrates its first anniversary on Broadway as Black History Month begins today, Wednesday, February 1st. Check out a video looking back on the…

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‘Nicely tragicomic’: Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons, Lemons – Harold Pinter Theatre by Maryam Philpott

“Words, words, words,” Eliza Doolittle was sick of them particularly as empty descriptions of the love she wanted a practical demonstration of. Sam Steiner’s play Lemons, Lemons, Lemon…

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If you haven’t put Oakland Theater Project on your arts agenda yet, you’re missing out by Lily Janiak

Co-founder Michael Socrates Moran is making his playwriting debut with the company, with "Exodus to Eden."

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 6am (Broadway Time)

JUMPING THE SHARK Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds & touring by Libby Purves and Friends

SITCOMS MADE US, BUT CAN WE MAKE THEM?     It’s a very good idea, bang on the money:  David Cantor and Michael Kingsbury (TV sitcom writers with a pedigree) set their play in a bland pr…

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The JKTS/2022-2023 Broadway Season Survey by JK

The JKTS/2022-2023 Broadway Season Survey Today, we are looking for your input. Below is a 10 question survey, with 5 questions about our website, and 5 about the current Broadway season. A…

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Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons review: Aidan Turner and Jenna Coleman squeeze out the juice by Jessie Thompson

It’s nice that Sam Steiner’s 2015 fringe gem has been plucked out for the West End, but it doesn’t seem the best way to serve a bright new writing talent

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Oldham Coliseum cancel all performances from 26 March due to Arts Council cuts by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Oldham Coliseum has announced the cancellation of all events from 26 March 2023 due to Arts Council of England cuts. This post Oldham Coliseum cancel all performances from 26…

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Bill’s 44th review – tender and boozy puppet party by Chris Wiegand

Barbican, LondonA Beckettian sense of dread pervades Dorothy James and Andy Manjuck’s show about a wistful middle-aged man’s attempts to keep the darkness at bay It’s Bill’s birthday…

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Mind Mangler: Member Of The Tragic Circle | 2023 West End Trailer by Official London Theatre

Henry Lewis and Jonathan Sayer, the multi award-winning team behind the sold-out global smash hit The Play That Goes Wrong and the BBC comedy series The Goes Wrong Show, star in this hilario…

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Wake Up With BWW 2/1: RAGTIME Concert Casting, THE WIZ Design Team, and More!

Top stories include casting for the Ragtime reunion concert, an all new production of Peter Pan which will embark on tour next year, and more! Plus, the design team has been announced for th…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:07AM

Oscar Isaac, Rachel Brosnahan and the Draw of a Neglected Hansberry Play by Alexis Soloski

The first major New York revival of “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window,” Lorraine Hansberry’s 1964 Broadway play, comes to BAM this month. What took so long?

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 4am (Broadway Time)

“seven methods of killing kylie jenner” Explodes Twitter Culture—at The Public, NY by Beau McGlasson

Millennial Notes Jasmine Lee-Jones Balances Razor Wit & Raw Vulnerability  by Beau McGlasson Award-winning Jasmine Lee-Jones brings her sharp-witted and hilarious Twitter-fueled play to…

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Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons Lemons review – Aidan Turner and Jenna Coleman star in sharp drama by Arifa Akbar

Harold Pinter theatre, LondonJosie Rourke’s West End revival of Sam Steiner’s fringe hit really lifts when the show’s starry duo drop their romcom routine Does a revival of Sam Steiner…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 3am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Dax Carnay

The post On the Couch with Dax Carnay appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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amBroadway | 'Phantom' hits more milestones before closing date, 'Ragtime' reunion ... - amNewYork

As pointed out by, performer Sara Porkalob (who recently created a frenzy with her harsh takedown of the Broadway revival of “1776” ...

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Behind the scenes - Moulin Rouge! The Musical Australia Promo Footage PART 1 by Moulin Rouge! The Musical

Have you ever wondered how spectacular video footage comes to life? Here’s a throwback to creating our promo footage with a great team, many many screens and flying cameras on cranes… W…

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Tig Notaro: ‘Can I recall a bad gig? The first two years of my career’ by Interview By Liam Pape

The US comedian on heckling, why she gravitates towards silly people and the best and worst advice she’s ever been given Who did you look up to when you started out?In the open mic comedy …

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 2am (Broadway Time)

To Kill A Mockingbird announces closing on 20 May 2023 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Aaron Sorkin's adaptation of Harper Lee's To Kill A Mockingbird currently playing at the Gielgud Theatre is to close on 20 May 2023 This post To Kill A Mockingbird announces …

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Melbourne Recital Centre appoints Sandra Willis as new CEO

The post Melbourne Recital Centre appoints Sandra Willis as new CEO appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at 1am (Broadway Time)

NYC book launch for Julian Schlossberg’s memoir ‘Try Not To Hold It Against Me: A Producer’s Life’ at Sardi’s by Deb Miller

Stars of the stage and screen turned out at Sardi’s iconic restaurant in the Broadway theater district to commemorate the 81st birthday of veteran motion picture, television, and Broadway …

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SIX the Musical becomes the highest selling show at QPAC’s Playhouse by Aussie Theatre

The Australian tour of SIX the Musical, the Tony Award-winning electrifying musical phenomenon by Toby Marlow and Lucy Moss, has

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Blessed Union

The post Blessed Union appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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The best theatre to stream this month: The Boy With Two Hearts, Punchdrunk and more by Chris Wiegand

Our roundup of drama to watch at home includes Billy Crystal’s musical about a fading comedian, a female Faustus and a revival of Cole Porter’s Kiss Me, Kate Hamed and Hessam Amiri’s s…

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In The Wanderers, Katie Holmes Is Ready to Show a More Mature Side of Herself by Dylan Parent

Once Hollywood’s go-to ingenue, the star is exploring middle-aged dissatisfaction in the new Off-Broadway play.

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Love Is in the Air for Playbill's February Horoscopes by Yoanna Nikolova, Jeffrey Vizcaino

Learn from the journeys and mistakes of Broadway characters to make the most out of the month of February.

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U.K. Premiere of Go-Go's Musical Head Over Heels Opens February 1 by Andrew Gans

Tom Jackson Greaves directs and choreographs for the Hope Mill Theatre.

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Bad Cinderella’s Leads Started Off As Covers; Now They Have the Keys to the Kingdom by Margaret Hall

Linedy Genao and Jordan Dobson are fashioning their own Broadway fairytale.

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Stephanie J. Block Is Norma Desmond in Kennedy Center Sunset Boulevard Beginning February 1 by Andrew Gans, Logan Culwell-Block

Sammi Cannold directs the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical based on the famed Billy Wilder film.

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Larissa FastHorse Is Broadway's First Native American Female Playwright (That We Know Of) by Talaura Harms

The playwright takes on "performative wokeness" in The Thanksgiving Play, making its Broadway premiere this season.

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Josh Groban Knows He's Not Your Typical Pick For Sweeney Todd by Diep Tran

But that's part of the fun of this new Broadway revival.

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Susan Stroman Has Been Preparing for New York, New York Since Childhood by Logan Culwell-Block

The five-time Tony winner walks Playbill through how the musical will differ from the film.

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Wednesday, February 1, 2023 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Regional Australian first opera festival by Aussie Theatre

Made possible by Melbourne’s most distinguished and committed arts patrons led by Patron in Chief Lady Primrose Potter, Melbourne Opera

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Teen's Probability of Running Away at 100% After Grandma Flies in for SPRING AWAKENING Performance by Broadway Beat

by Alison Cummins. @alisoncummins13. PASSAIC, NJ. - Roosevelt High School junior Rosemary Caldwell was last seen walking into a very...

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Sophomore Cast as Lysander Given First Speaking Role, Computer Password for Next Decade by Broadway Beat

by Matt Keeley. @reallymattkeeley. CUSTER, SD - Custer High School sophomore Dylan Mercer recently celebrated his first speaking role in...

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College Professor Who "Knows the Industry" Can't Turn On His Zoom Camera by Broadway Beat

by Joseph Thor. @josephthormusic. BOSTON - Dr. William Benderson, head of Musical Theatre at Massachusetts State College, boasted in a...

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Revolutionary! Musical Theatre Student Chooses New Spot on Wall by Broadway Beat

by Jennifer Haining. @itsraininghianing. ARLINGTON, VA - GMU MT freshman Claire Avery shocked her “Scene Into Song” class this week by...

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Actor Makes Up Names of Drama & Dance Professors on Resume Even Though Nobody Reads That Section by Broadway Beat

by Nick Navari. IG and Twitter: @nnavari. CINCINNATI, OH - Non-equity actor Cody Spencer admitted this morning to forging a few extra...

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Musical Theatre Actor Leaves Stage for More Stable Career as Musical Theatre TikToker by Broadway Beat

by Conor Moroney. @conorseamusactor. Jersey City, NJ - Betty Briscoe, a musical theatre actor with more than a dozen regional credits to...

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Top 5 Stage Performances to Stream This Weekend February 3-5 - See 'Between Riverside and Crazy,' Tony nominee John-Andrew Morrison and more by Raven Snook

Even though in-person theatre and dance are back in full swing, in the name of accessibility, we're continuing to round up performances to watch online from the comfort of home. Our carefull…

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Tourist Confuses SIX for Dinner Theatre After Being Told the Cast “Ate”, "Served", and “Feasted" by Broadway Beat

by Jonathan Hogue. @jthogue2. NEW YORK, NY – New Jersey tourist Carl Peterson is demanding a refund from the producers of Broadway’s hit...

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Brave! Local Theatre Company Responds to Lack Of Diversity Criticism by Closing Forever by Broadway Beat

by T.J. Pieffer. @tjpieffer. BUFFALO, NY — The McKinley Playhouse has broken their silence on a viral Facebook petition charging the...

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Theatre Kid at Super Bowl Party Pays Attention After Hearing Chiefs Feature Multiple Michigan Grads by Broadway Beat

by Mike Abrams. @TheWrongCatDied. MURRAY HILL, NY - Theatre fanatic and Pace University grad Christina Webber put down her plate of...

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ONCE UPON... Review: Someone’s Phone Rang at A DOLL'S HOUSE and Their Ringtone Was "Work Bitch" by Broadway Beat

by Reilly Wilmit. @reilly.wilmit. NEW YORK, NY - With jukebox musicals like & Juliet and Moulin Rouge! dominating the Broadway stage, it...

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A Beautiful Noise? Ensemble in Neil Diamond Musical to be Replaced by Drunk Red Sox Fans by Broadway Beat

by Kendall Davis. @hahakendalldavis. NEW YORK, NY – Director Michael Mayer announced this week that the ensemble of the hit jukebox...

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IMPRESSIONS: Les Ballet Afrik's "New York is Burning" at The Joyce Theater by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Les Ballet Afrik's "New York is Burning" at The Joyce Theater  "no dancer looks the same, demonstrating the company's mission of individual expression, radical acceptance,…

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