Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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How Come The Stigma of Self Producing doesn’t apply to these people.

I had a consult a few weeks ago with an emerging playwright who was struggling to find someone to put her first play on the boards. When I suggested that the someone she was looking for mig…

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Chicago Theater Review: BYHALIA, MISSISSIPPI (Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre) by Lawrence Bommer

A MASON/DIXON CATHARSIS REPRISES ITS SUCCESS Can white trash/peckerwood/country cracker/Dixie doodles rise above their rotten roots? Byhalia, Mississippi is not just a place or a title but a…

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Marni Nixon -- voice of classic movie songs in 'The King and I,' 'West Side Story' & more -- dead at 86 by Associated Press Entertainment Staff

Hollywood voice double Marni Nixon, whose singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in such classic movie musicals as "West Side Story," ''The King and I" and "…

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Broadway impresario Jimmy Nederlander dies at 94 by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- The man who built the Nederlander Organization into one of the largest producers of live entertainment and a dominant national theater chain that includes nine Broadw…

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Ten Questions about ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Answered by Leo Barraclough

The two-part stage play “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child” opens officially on Saturday at the Palace Theater in London’s West End, but previews have been running since June 7, an…

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James M. Nederlander, Broadway Real Estate Patriarch, Dies at 94 by Gordon Cox

James M. Nederlander, the impresario who was the chairman of Broadway’s Nederlander Organization, died July 25 at 94, it was announced by his son, James L. Nederlander. As the head …

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'Motown' star Allison Semmes credits show with 1st big part by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- One of the best moments in the carefully crafted Broadway show "Motown: The Musical" is when the unpredictable happens....

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Finale Spotlight on Alex Lacamoire, Orchestrator of Hamilton - Finale by Scott Yoho

Alex Lacamoire is the musical director and orchestrator behind Hamilton, and has been from the start. In 2009 when Lin-Manuel offered the White House a glimpse of the show that was to come, …

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Oregon Shakespeare Festival Pens Letter to Community After Racist Incidents by BroadwayWorld

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival released the following letter to OSF patrons today, July 26, following two racially charged incidents involvingcompany members.Read the statementin full below

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Theatre World Pays Tribute to the Late James M. Nederlander by Robert Viagas

The titan of the Nederlander Organization died July 25 at age 94.

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PHOTO FLASH: DEAR EVAN HANSEN's Ben Platt Offers Beautiful Platt's-Eye View of Belasco Theatre by Michael Dale

Built by impresario David Belasco, the ghost of its legendary namesake is said to still haunt the place.

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VIDEO: Tony Winner Alan Cumming Co-Hosts Today's LIVE WITH KELLY by TV News Desk

Broadway's Alan Cumming served as guest co-host on LIVE WITH KELLY. The Tony Award winner spoke about his recent concerts in Las Vegas, which will air on PBS this November.

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BWW TV: On the Red Carpet for the NYC Premiere of INDIGNATION with Broadway Vets Danny Burstein, Linda Emond & More! by BroadwayWorld TV

On July 29, Summit Entertainment and Roadside Attractions will release Jeremy Schamus' Indignation, starring Logan Lerman, Sarah Gadon, Tracy Letts, Linda Emond, and Danny Burstein. The comp…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Serenbe Playhouse's MISS SAIGON, Featuring Real-Life Helicopter by BroadwayWorld

Serenbe Playhouse, recipient of the prestigiousAmerican Theatre Wing grant 2015, presents thefourth show in its 2016 season, Miss Saigon, with music by Claude- Michel Schonberg lyrics by Ric…

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Tony Winner Leslie Odom Jr. to Sit In with The Roots on NBC's TONIGHT SHOW by TV News Desk

NBC has announced that Tony Award winner Leslie Odom Jr., who departed the hit Broadway musical HAMILTON earlier this month, will sit in with THE TONIGHT SHOW house band The Roots on Monday,…

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Rachel Dratch Chats Privacy with Seth Meyers by Olivia Clement

The SNL actress appeared on the late-night show to talk about the Off-Broadway production starring Daniel Radcliffe.

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Review: The Golden Bride

The National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene presents a return engagement of its 2016 Drama Desk Award-nominated musical revival.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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National tour of Phantom of the Opera at The Kennedy Center (review) by Keith Loria

Full disclosure: I have seen Phantom of the Opera on Broadway four times, dating back to my formative theatergoing years during its inaugural season on Broadway in 1988. A decade later, and…

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Hamilton Tony Winner Set for Tonight Show Appearance by Andrew Gans

Leslie Odom Jr. will sit in with The Roots.

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How a Real Vietnam Helicopter Lands Nightly at the Epic Outdoor Miss Saigon by Michael Gioia

Playbill traveled to the hills of Georgia to report back on how a helicopter flown in the Vietnam War takes center stage in an outdoor staging of Miss Saigon.

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Theater News: Stars of Hamilton, Wicked, and More Join Broadway Barks in Shubert Alley

Bernadette Peters and Gloria Estefan cohost the pet adoption event.

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Don’t Miss: Lady Rizo at Joe’s Pub and Beyond by Matthew Wexler

You have one more chance (at least this time around) to see Lady Rizo’s new show, Multiplied, at Joe’s Pub before she jumps the pond to take her latest creative incarnation to the Edinbu…

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Photo Flash: Backstage with MAMMA MIA! at The Muny by BroadwayWorld

Mamma Mia, directed by Dan Knechtges, choreographed by Jessica Hartman and music directed by Michael Horsley, just opened at The Muny. Go behind the scenes with the cast and crew in the phot…

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PHOTO FLASH: Off-Stage Pics From Orlando's FROM BROADWAY WITH LOVE by Michael Dale

While there was a lot of work to be quickly done, many of the performers still found time to snap photos for their social media pages.

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Stephen Trask Joins Free Broadway in Chicago Concert by Olivia Clement

The outdoor event will feature performances from Hedwig and the Angry Inch, The King and I, Something Rotten, and more.

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TDF Launching “Create New York” Partnership by Adam Hetrick

The partnership between the Theatre Development Fund and community centers across the city aims to foster creativity and engagement in the arts.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Marni Nixon (February 22, 1930 – July 24, 2016) by Penny Landau

Back in the old days, before airplanes, we had things called records. One of my first records as a kid was Toscanini’s “Nutcracker,” followed by the Broadway cast album of My Fair Lady…

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Screen Time Onstage: Technology Is Changing the TYA Game by American Theatre Editors

Two shows at the New Victory Theater show the importance of technology in live performances for young audiences.

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Want to see 'Harry Potter' on stage? Back of the queue, mate! by Peter Marks

"Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" opens in London

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What's New, Pussycat? Backstage at Cats with Tyler Hanes, Episode 7: Previews! by Broadway.com

Previews are in full swing at the Neil Simon Theatre! Enter the Jellicle junkyard with Tyler Hanes as he gives us a backstage tour and shares what goes on before, during and after Cats perfo…

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People You Should Know . . . Ben Gunderson by Zack Calhoon

BEN GUNDERSON-Directing credits: skinny crazy small (TheatreLab NYC); assoc. dir. Les Misérables (Casa Mañana); asst. movement dir. Les Misérables Tokyo (Toh…

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Luciano Pavarotti’s family refuses to allow ‘incompatible’ Donald Trump to use his music in campaign by Michael Cooper, The New York Times

It is not just rockers who are objecting to the use of their songs by Donald Trump, the Republican presidential nominee

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Broadway impresario Jimmy Nederlander dies aged 94 by David Hutchison

Broadway theatre owner and impresario James M Nederlander has died aged 94. Known as Jimmy Nederlander, he was chairman of the Nederlander Organization,

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Theater Review: "RUTHLESS! The Musical" by Jean Lowerison

The show is fast-moving, hilarious, campy and perfectly cast. You’ve got typical hard-driving stage moms like Rose in “Gypsy.” And then you’ve got the reluctant Judy Denmark (Eileen …

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Photos! Broadway with Love: A Benefit Concert for Orlando by Hannah Vine

Darren Criss, Chita Rivera, Kelli O’Hara, Jessie Mueller and Brian Stokes Mitchell were among the many performers at the Florida concert.

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Ticket giveaway for Jelly’s Last Jam. Contest closes Thursday at 5pm by Lorraine Treanor

Our giveaway is back! And this week we have a free pair of tickets to see Jelly’s Last Jam at Signature Theatre.  Take your seat at the legendary Jungle Inn nightclub for the electri…

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Photo Coverage: Broadway Comes Out to Celebrate FLORENCE FOSTER JENKINS! by BroadwayWorld

Just last night, Broadway's best came out for a special screening of Florence Foster Jenkins. Hosted by Colman Domingo, Cynthia Erivo, Patina Miller, Matthew Morrison, and Max von Essen, the…

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VIDEO: Campaign Underway To Restore Alexandra Palace's Victorian Theatre by Michael Dale

The beautiful 1875 theatre has been out of use for decades.

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SOMETHING ROTTEN's Will Chase Books Recurring Role on HBO's 'The Deuce' by TV News Desk

Will Chase, who recently took over the starring role of William Shakespeare in the hit Broadway musical SOMETHING ROTTEN, has signed on for a recurring role on HBO's upcoming drama series TH…

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Oscar Winner Eddie Redmayne Nabs Lead in THE LAST DAYS OF NIGHT by TV News Desk

Eddie Redmayne will star in THE LAST DAYS OF NIGHT from Black Bear Pictures. Morten Tyldum directs from a script by Graham Moore.

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Photo Flash: Josh Davis and Company Get Into Character for THE GOLD at NYMF by BroadwayWorld

The New York Musical Festival and Laura Yosowitz, Vital Arts Collaborative welcome Josh Davis Beautiful asJoseph in THE GOLD, a new musical about one man's fight for love, family and country…

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Broadwaysted Drinks Cabernet in Sippy Cups with PARAMOUR's Ruby Lewis by Broadwaysted

Eyes on the center ring for this week's episode of Broadwaysted with The Leading Lady of Cirque du Soleil's PARAMOUR-Ruby Lewis Ruby pours some cabernet into her show sippy cup and spills ab…

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VIDEO: Laura Benanti Offers Hilarious Cabaret Advice To Jennifer Damiano by Michael Dale

Broadway's Jennifer Damiano makes her solo cabaret debut tonight at Feinstein's54 Below.

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Broadway Theatre Titan James M. Nederlander Passes Away at 94 by BroadwayWorld

According to the New York Post, Broadway James M. Nederlander passed away last night, July 25. He was 94 years old.

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Broadway Icon Kristin Chenoweth to Perform on Martha's Vineyard, Provincetown This August by BroadwayWorld

Kristin Chenoweth, star of Broadway's original 'Wicked' and Tony-winner for 'You're A Good Man Charlie Brown,' star of TV's 'Glee' and Emmy-winner for 'Pushing Daisies,' will perform solo sh…

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Cabaret News: Yank! Star David Perlman to Play Solo Concert Mostly Funny Songs

Melanie Brook and Natalie Weiss will appear as special guests.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Review: Now. Here. This. (Brown Paper Box Co.) by Scotty Zacher

Brown Paper Box Co's plunge into another Jeff Bowen musical, "Now. Here. This." struggles to shape characters that are relatable to the audience, and is a perfect example of self-reflection …

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Freddie Fox Joins Romeo and Juliet After Richard Madden and Understudy Injured by Mark Shenton

Injuries force producers to draft in Fox, who recently played the role in Sheffield.

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Alexandra Palace to stage 'special performances' in derelict Victorian theatre 'hidden' for 80 years by Jess Denham, Jess Denham

Restorers have promised to retain the magical look and feel of a 'found place' while adding modern technical facilities to create flexibility for a range of performances

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Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons to Play Broadway by Shelby Behrman

The original Jersey Boys are returning to Broadway. Frankie Valli and the Four Seasons on Broadway! will play the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre for a limited, seven-performance engagement October 21…

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Book News: Third Volume of Jennifer Ashley Tepper's Untold Stories of Broadway Gets Publication Date

The books explore the history of Broadway's many theaters.

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Obama-ology by Steven Morris

The post Obama-ology appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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FUN HOME Raises Over $100K for Orlando Victims by Courtney Kochuba

During their one-night-only benefit concert on Sunday night, the cast of Fun Home raised $113,000 in ticket sales and additional donations in support of Equality Florida and the LGBTQ commun…

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Additional Casting Announced for Starry NYC Peter Pan Concert by Andrew Gans

Transport Group will present a concert version of the family-friendly musical classic.

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Gorilla Rep’s The Bacchae Plays Central Park by Olivia Clement

Matthew Gasda’s adaptation of the Greek tragedy is presented for free at Summit Rock.

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I Love You Because by Steven Morris

The post I Love You Because appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Broadway Theater Legend Jimmy Nederlander Sr. is Dead at 94 by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Broadway is in mourning today. Theatrical titan James M. Nederlander, chairman of the Nederlander Organization, died last night in New York, the New York Post reports. He was 94. Known as &l…

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Elena Kampouris Will Make Her Broadway Debut in Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Ryan McPhee

Elena Kampouris will make her Broadway debut in Christopher Hampton’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses this fall. The screen actress will take on the role of Cécile Volanges, joining a …

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Ajax in Iraq by Steven Morris

The post Ajax in Iraq appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Review: A Class Actat curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

A worthy topic in need of a more original and engaging drama

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Review: Peerless at curtainup.com-Berkshires by Gloria Miller

All of the theatrical elements combine seamlessly to serve this wonderful short and extremely tight play with its message is hip and insightful.

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The Wolves Finds Its All-Female Cast by Olivia Clement

Sarah DeLappe’s award-winning play will debut Off-Broadway in the fall.

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Lilli Cooper, Kara Lindsay, Daniel Quadrino and More Join OVERCASH & CHANGE 3 at Joe's Pub by BroadwayWorld

Drew Overcash will return to Joe's Pub on Sunday, August 14 with Overcash amp Change 3. The proceeds from the evening will go to benefit St. Jude Children's Research Hospital.

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Elena Kampouris Joins Cast of LES LIAISONS DANGEREUSES on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

Elena Kampouris My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Men, Women amp Children will make her Broadway debut as 'Cecile Volanges' alongside Tony Award winners Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber in the Donma…

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Broadway Barks 2016 Announces “Paw-fect” Lineup by Amy Sapp

The beloved benefit, Broadway Barks, returns to the Great White Way on Saturday, July 30, 2016. The 18th annual adoption extravaganza for both dogs and cats returns with a stellar cast of ac…

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Theater News: More Casting Set for Carousel and The Little Foxes

Arena Stage announces stars for its upcoming productions.

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Theater News: Elena Kampouris Joins Broadway's Les Liaisons Dangereuses

The young film and television star adds another Broadway debut to the company.

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Theater News: Alexandra Silber, Carolee Carmello, and More Join Peter Pan in Concert

Charles Busch will host the Transport Group benefit performance.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2 Star Joins Broadway’s Les Liaisons Dangereuses by Robert Viagas

Elena Kampouris will appear with Janet McTeer and Liev Schreiber.

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

Disney’s Newsies – Playing at the Cadillac Palace Theatre, 151 W Randolph, Broadway In Chicago and DISNEY’S NEWSIES is offering $39 tickets for July 28 through July 31 evening performa…

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Summering in Newport by Trav S.D.

OK, here’s our latest vacation slide show post! By now, it’s become a regular content stream here.  We’ve done Ireland (Galway & Dublin), New Orleans (a 5 part series)…

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Tomorrow: Dawn to Dusk Westerns #8 by Trav S.D.

Even as we speak we are in the midst of  Day #7 of Turner Classic Movies month long salute to the Hollywood western (see yesterday’s post here). Every Tuesday and Wednesday in July …

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Darren Day, Michael Xavier and Jessica Martin to Lead BUMBLESCRATCH at the Adelphi by BroadwayWorld

As previously announced, there will be a special Gala Charity Concert of Robert J. Sherman's new musical Bumblescratch at the Adelphi Theatre on Sunday 4 September 2016 at 6.30pm. This perfo…

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Interviews: Bertie Carvel: I took a gamble on directing Strife

As the actor makes his directorial debut with John Galsworthy's play about a tinplate works in Wales, he talks about his love for the play and for Chichester Festival Theatre

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Arts Council funds Leicester Curve Indian theatre partnership to tune of £100k by David Hutchison

A new play about female activists in India who fight the oppression of women has received a £100,000 boost from Arts Council

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POSTER BOY, Starring Taylor Trensch and More, Opens This Weekend at Williamstown Theatre Festival by BroadwayWorld

Williamstown Theatre Festival hosts the opening night for the third Nikos Stage production of the 2016 Season Saturday, July 30th at 800pm with the world premiere of POSTER BOY July 27th-Aug…

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Charles Busch, Carolee Carmello, Alexandra Silber and More Join Transport Group's PETER PAN in Concert by BroadwayWorld

More exciting casting has been announced for Transport Group's benefit concert celebrating the classic 1954 musical, Peter Pan.

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VIDEO: Looking Fine at Any Age, Norm Lewis Featured in AARP Spot by Michael Dale

Hopefully, the Broadway favorite isn't thinking about retiring any time soon.

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Beth Malone, Denee Benton & More Set for BROADWAY IN BRYANT PARK This Week by BroadwayWorld

The best of Broadway will be performing FREE on six consecutive Thursdays this summer with '106.7 LITE FM's Broadway in Bryant Park 2016, continuing this Thursday, July 28 1230pm on the Brya…

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Jennifer Ashley Tepper's THE UNTOLD STORIES OF BROADWAY, VOL. 3 to Hit the Shelves This Fall by BroadwayWorld

Just announced, Dress Circle Publishing will release THE UNTOLD STORIES OF BROADWAY, VOLUME 3, the latest in a series by acclaimed historian and producer Jennifer Ashley Tepper on Tuesday, N…

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James M. Nederlander dies at 94 by Michael Riedel

James M. Nederlander, who built an empire of theaters that stretched from Times Square to Los Angeles, died Monday night in New York. He was 94. Nederlander, along with his rivals-turned-fri…

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Review: NYMF 2016: The First Church of Mary; Normativity; A Scythe of Time

This is TheaterMania's second review roundup of the 2016 New York Musical Festival.

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Photo Flash: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Takes Flight in London

First photos of the new production have been released.

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First Look! Jellicle Cats Back on Broadway by Hannah Vine

Leona Lewis will perform “Memory” in the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

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£50k for Edinburgh International Culture Summit by Georgia Snow

The Edinburgh International Culture Summit has been given a £50,000 boost by the UK government, as it prepares for its third event

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Olivier Winner Stephen Ashfield to Say Hello to The Book of Mormon on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Praise heaven! Broadway.com has confirmed that Stephen Ashfield will reprise his Olivier-winning performance as Elder McKinley in The Book of Mormon on the Great White Way. The native Scot w…

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Timothy Ware-Hill Creates Pro-Black Poetry Web-series with The PRIDE Project by Marcus Scott

Since replacing actors Billy Porter and Wayne Brady, Broadway veteran actor-singer Timothy Ware-Hill took on a role with the ever-popular Kinky Boots as Lola, the fabulous beyond compare dr…

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Musical-Themed LA LA LAND & More Set for 2016 Toronto Film Festival by Movies News Desk

It was announced today that The 41st edition of the Toronto International Film Festival will open with THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN.

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THE LATE LATE SHOW's James Corden to Host The Ad Council's 63rd Annual Public Service Award Dinner by TV News Desk

The Ad Council, the largest producer of public service advertisementsin the U.S., announced today that James Corden will host its 63rdAnnual Pubic Service Award Dinner at the Waldorf Astoria…

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Hottest Articles on BWW 7/19/2016 - 7/26/2016

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com 7192016 - 7262016.

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Stage Directors and Choreographers Foundation Announces Fellowship Winners by American Theatre Editors

The 2016 recipients are Joshua Chase Gold and Diana Rodriguez.

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Rodney Hicks Will Return to Broadway in 9/11 Musical Come From Away by Tristan Halstead

After a stint in both San Diego and Seattle, Rodney Hicks will return to Broadway in the new 9/11 musical Come From Away. The musical, which takes its Broadway bow in February 2017, feature…

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Photo Flash: Matthew Morrison, Cynthia Erivo, Simon Helberg at Florence Foster Jenkins Screening

Colman Domingo, Max von Essen, and more were also on hand for the event.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Prince of Egypt Casting Prompts Diversity Conversation; Director Responds by Olivia Clement

The Bay Street Theatre and DreamWorks Theatricals production has received criticism following its recent casting announcement.

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Fuse Book Review: “How to Listen to Jazz” — A Helpful Earful by Blake Maddux

Readers inspired to take a listening journey from Gioia's historical perspective will benefit greatly from his delineation of jazz's various forms.

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From Judy Garland to Evel Knievel: 15 sure-fire Edinburgh festival hits by Lyn Gardner

There’s a bewildering number of productions at the Edinburgh festival – remove the guesswork with our guide to shows we already know are brilliantEdinburgh is not cheap, and an awful lot…

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Hot Clip of the Day: Megan Kane and Adam Kantor Slay the House Down with "Suddenly Seymour"

Megan Kane and Adam Kantor are singing for the gods as Audrey and Seymour.

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War Paint's John Dossett and Douglas Sills Discuss Working with LuPone and Ebersole by Andrew Gans

The new musical is currently making its world premiere at Chicago's Goodman Theatre.

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Video: Stiles & Drewe on bringing Half a Sixpence back to life

We chat to the musical theatre writing duo to find out more about their new version of the classic musical

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Theatre News: Exclusive: Darren Day, Michael Xavier and Jessica Martin to star in Bumblescratch concert

The one-off gala performance of Robert J Sherman's new musical will be at the Adelphi

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Lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Awards Panel Announced by BroadwayWorld

Today Nica Burns, Director of the Awards revealed the judging panel for lastminute.com Edinburgh Comedy Awards now in its 36th year.

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PHOTO FLASH: Jason Robert Brown's THE CONNECTOR Has Reading at New York Theatre Workshop by Michael Dale

The new musical has a book by Jonathan Marc Sherman and direction by Daisy Prince.

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BWW Interview: Daniel J. Watts' THE JAM Will Terrorize With Love by Naomi Serviss

The poetperformeractivist, currently in HAMILTON, brings a powerful lineup to Webster Hall on July 31 for a benefit dedicated to the gay community in Orlando, scene of the horrific shooting …

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VIDEO: GMA Goes Behind-the-Scenes of HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD by TV News Desk

ABC's GOOD MORNING AMERICA goes behind the scenes of the new play HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD

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Photo Flash: HAMILTON's Renee Elise Goldsberry Speaks at Broadway Artists Alliance by BroadwayWorld

On July 21st, the students of Broadway Artists Alliance of NYC were tearfully overjoyed by a surprise visit from Hamilton star Renee Elise Goldsberry. Recently winning a Tony Award and Gramm…

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YOU BOY – Touring by Kristy Stott

The story follows two adoptive brothers in their last year of secondary school. The narrative is told through a non-linear structure, which allows the audience to learn about the present, wh…

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Lillias White To Star In Phylicia Rashad Directed Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom by Jazmine Harper-Davis

We’ve been feeling down after going through what seems to be the black Broadway purge of 2k16. However, if there is anything that could give us some joy over here at Broadway Black, …

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See the Premiere of Indignation Film, with Danny Burstein, Tracy Letts and Linda Emond by Hannah Vine

The film is based on the Philip Roth novel.

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A First Look Inside Harry Potter and the Cursed Child by Hannah Vine

The show, which has been in previews since June 7, opens officially July 30 at London’s Palace Theatre.

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Interview: Choreographer Bryan Arias on Creating His Own Poetry and Finding Inspiration at Jacob’s Pillow by Jose Solis

Choreographer Bryan Arias will be premiering a rather lovely thing, his first full-evening show for Jacob’s Pillow on July 27, a long way for the man who first gained attention for his exp…

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Take a Class With Playwright and Screenwriter Aaron Sorkin Today by Michael Gioia

The Academy Award winner is teaching a master class that begins online today.

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NEWS: Darren Day & Michael Xavier headline new Sherman musical Bumblescratch by Press Releases

Principal casting has been announced for the gala concert presentation of Robert J Sherman's new musical BUMBLESCRATCH, which runs for one night only at the West End's Adelphi Theatre on Sun…

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BWW TV: Exclusive Interviews 'From Broadway w/ Love' with Chita, Stokes, Norbert, Darren, Kelli, More by Matt Tamanini

Last night, BroadwayWorld was at the Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts in Downtown Orlando, Florida for the 'From Broadway with Love' concert to benefit the Central Florida LGBTQ C…

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Photo Coverage: Backstage at Project Shaw's THE APPLE CART by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Gingold Theatrical Group's Project Shaw, under the leadership of Artistic DirectorDavid Staller, continuedits 11th Season with its 115th concert presentation with GeorgeBernard Shaw's The Ap…

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Photo Coverage: Jennifer Damiano Preps for Her Solo Debut at Feinsteins/54 Below! by Walter McBride

Fresh off her critically acclaimed performance in Broadway's American Psycho, Tony Award nominee Jennifer Damiano is ready to share her unique journey into adulthood in her solo concert debu…

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VIDEO: Rachel Dratch Talks New Off-Broadway Play PRIVACY on 'Late Night' by TV News Desk

On last night's LATE NIGHT, guest Rachel Dratch talked about starring in the new off-Broadway play PRIVACY opposite Daniel Radcliffe.

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Bolshoi Ballet: Don Quixote review – back at their bravura best by Judith Mackrell

Royal Opera House LondonWith a flourish of capes and a clicking of castanets, the company match the richness of their material in this visually stunning new production When the Bolshoi perfo…

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Nicole Scherzinger Will Voice Role in New Disney Film Moana by Andrew Gans

The animated film features music by multiple Tony winner Lin-Manuel Miranda.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Review: ‘Charles Busch’s The Divine Sister’ at Bucks County Playhouse in New Hope, PA by Tim Dunleavy

Life is a banquet, and most poor suckers haven’t even said grace. So says the Mother Superior of St. Veronica’s Convent School, the lead character in the new play at the Bucks County Pla…

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Fuse Book Review: “Every Song Ever” — Notes From an Enigmatic Ear by Michael Ullman

Ben Ratliff's volume about how to listen to music is full of fairly radical but largely undefended assertions.

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A Class Act **** by Barry

By: Paulanne Simmons Often when professionals step out of their accustomed roles to make their point by becoming playwrights, the results are not happy. Not so with attorney (and now playwr…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, July 26, 2016 by Susan Grace

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Norm Lewis Will Introduce New David Friedman Song by Andrew Gans

The Tony nominee will be part of David Tutera’s Dream Bigger Tour.

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Photo Coverage: INDIGNATION, with Danny Burstein, Linda Emond & More, Premieres in New York by Walter McBride

On July 29, Summit EntertainmentandRoadside Attractions will releaseJeremy Schamus'Indignation, starringLogan Lerman,Sarah Gadon, Tracy Letts,Linda Emond, andDanny Burstein. The company just…

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First Look: Amber Riley Performs I Am Changing From Upcoming Dreamgirls in London by Marcus Scott

In advance of the long-awaited West End premiere of Dreamgirls, show-runners released a four-minute video recording that has immediately turned the upcoming production of the American musica…

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Wolverhampton Grand Theatre's Seats Replaced As Part of ?1.1million Refurbishment by Marianka Swain

Wolverhampton Grand Theatre is currently undergoing a major refurbishment which will see the venue completely transformed over six weeks, with a grand reopening in the autumn. It has been an…

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BWW Review: PRODIGY Original Cast Recording by Jenny Ell

The latest cast recording release from Auburn Jam Records, Prodigy, was only released yesterday and has already placed in the top 100 albums on iTunes. This new musical, by the immensely tal…

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TRAINSPOTTING Transfers To The Vaults by Marianka Swain

To celebrate the 20thanniversary of the release of Irvine Welsh and Danny Boyle's iconic,generation-defining filmTrainspotting, and ahead of the 2017 release of its sequel, ano-holds-barred …

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Diversity Questions Raised About Nascent ‘Prince of Egypt’ Musical by Michael Paulson

The Bay Street Theater announced plans to hold a concert performance of the developing show in a Sag Harbor park next month; concerns have come up about the composition of the cast.

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An Interview with Heather Headley by Victoria Myers

We speak to Heather Headley, in her dressing room at The Color Purple, about how she prepared to play Shug Avery, developing as an artist, coming back to Broadway, and much more.

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'Half of UK feels they have no voice': arts leaders on Brexit vote by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

National Theatre director Rufus Norris initiates ‘listening project’ to help form cultural response to EU referendum resultThe Brexit vote has been a “huge wake-up call” to the arts …

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Meet the Cast of Metropolitan Youth Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’: Part 4: Carlos Castillo by Guest Author

In Part 2 of a series of interviews with the cast of Metropolitan Youth Theatre’s Spring Awakening, meet Carlos Castillo. Sam: Why did you want to appear in Spring Awakening at Metropol…

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How to… create a showreel from scratch by John Byrne

1. Use original material Don’t rehash old TV scripts, it’s an amateur’s mistake. Find a writer or company experienced in writing for actors

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Meet the Cast of Metropolitan Youth Theatre’s ‘Spring Awakening’: Part 3: Lexi Rhem by Guest Author

In Part 3 of a series of interviews with the cast of Metropolitan Youth Theatre’s Spring Awakening, meet Lexi Rhem. Sam: Why did you want to appear in Spring Awakening at Metropolitan Y…

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My First Job: Gillian Saker by John Byrne

My first job was on the TV series Ripper Street for the BBC. I was still in drama school at the time,

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Obituary: William Lucas by Nick Smurthwaite

Readers who grew up in the 1970s will have fond memories of The Adventures of Black Beauty. It was essential Sunday afternoon

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Definition Theatre & The New Colony’s BYHALIA, MISSISSIPPI runs through Aug. 2 at Steppenwolf’s 1700 Theatre by Michael J. Roberts

The New Colony and Definition Theatre Company’s runaway hit BYHALIA, MISSISSIPPI, winner of three 2016 Jeff Awards including Best New [...]

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Writers Theatre extends Company through Aug 7 by Michael J. Roberts

Writers Theatre, under the leadership of Artistic Director Michael Halberstam and Executive Director Kathryn M. [...]

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Fuse Review and Commentary: Testaments to the Wonderful Ears of Ralph J. Gleason by Steve Elman

A writer has to write for the now or to write for the ages. Gleason almost always chose the now, but his best moments go deeper.

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Bavarian State Opera Cancels Live-Stream Event out of Respect for the Victims of Recent Mass Shooting by Lisa Contag

Following the mass shooting in a Munich shopping center last week, the Bavarian State Opera and its partner BMW Group have cancelled their “Opera for All” live-stream of Richard Wagner…

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VIDEO: Stephen Colbert Kicks Off DNC Coverage with Psychedelic Musical Number by TV News Desk

LATE SHOW host Stephen Colbert kicked off his week-long journey though the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia with a trippy song and dance number, reminiscent of Broadway's HAIR.

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VIDEO: Broadway Alum Brian Justin Crum Moves On to AMERICA'S GOT TALENT Top 36 by TV News Desk

Broadway alum Brian Justin Crum is among the top 36 contestants on this season of AMERICA'S GOT TALENT.

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Full Cast Announced for Matthew Bourne's THE RED SHOES by Marianka Swain

New Adventures has announced the full casting for the world premiere of Matthew Bourne's production of THE RED SHOES, opening at the Theatre Royal Plymouth on Monday 21 November with an eigh…

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Cast Announced for Beth Steel's LABYRINTH at Hampstead Theatre by Marianka Swain

Hampstead Theatre presents the world premiere of Beth Steel's LABYRINTH, a Hampstead Theatre commission. Directed by Anna Ledwich, this compelling new thriller explores the fallout from one …

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Leicester Curve Gets Arts Council England Grant To Adapt PINK SARI REVOLUTION by Marianka Swain

Curve has been awarded Arts Council England funding to adapt Amana Fontanella-Khan's critically acclaimed documentary novel Pink Sari Revolution for the stage. The 100,000 award is part of A…

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Photos: Photos: First look at Half a Sixpence

With new music from Stiles and Drewe, the production stars Charlie Stemp and Devon-Elise Johnson

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Q&A with Jonah Platt by Joy

Meet the most swankified guy on Broadway, Jonah Platt who is currently playing Fiyero in Wicked the Musical on Broadway.

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Oslo - Political intrigue behind closed doors by Oscar E. Moore

Smart, theatrical, longish but never boorish lesson in history

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First Look: Nicole Scherzinger Joins Voice Cast of Disney's MOANA by TV News Desk

The highly anticipated Disney animated feature film MOANA, with music from HAMILTON Tony Award winner Lin-Manuel Miranda and featuring fellow stage star Phillipa Soo, includes another stage …

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Photo Flash: Voice Talents & Character Images for Disney's MOANA Revealed! by TV News Desk

Walt Disney Animation Studios' MOANA which opens in theaters nationwide onNov. 23, 2016, features a dynamic roster of characters brought to life by a talented group of actors.

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Calais: Warehouse, Open Space principals & the right veg by Chris Grady

I have just spent three days in and around the Jungle in Calais, and there are two preceding blogs circulating which look at the work of the Refugee Community Kitchen and Jungle Books. These…

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Nottingham Playhouse artistic director Giles Croft to step down after 18 years by Matthew Hemley

Nottingham Playhouse artistic director Giles Croft is to step down from the role after 18 years. Croft, who joined the venue in

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BWW's On This Day - July 26, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on July 26 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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OSLO - Profiles in courage by Oscar E Moore

You.  Are.  There.  Oslo, Norway.  April 1992 - September 1993.  Behind closed doors. The characters are real.  The situation fraught with intrigue and champagne and egos in this smart…

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Broadway AM Report, 7/26/2016 - HIMSELF AND NORA, Tony Danza and More! by Jessica Khan

Today's big news 'BRIDGES' tour star Cole Burden joins HIMSELF AND NORA Off-Broadway, Tony Danza performs in concert at Feinstein's54 Below, and CABARET, starring Robin de Jesus, comes to Mu…

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Theatre News: Casting announced for world premiere of Matthew Bourne's The Red Shoes

The production begins a UK tour in Plymouth in November

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ICON – a NYMF Contender by Sandi Durell

  By Sandi Durell   The immediate draw to see this throwback that begins in1928, with book by Sebastian Michael and music and lyrics by Jonathan Kaldor, is a talented cast headed b…

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Ten years after: some personal pet peeves by Terry Teachout

From 2006: Grammatical pet peeve. Misplaced apostrophes. My father, God rest his soul, once commissioned a huge sign that read Season’s Greetings From The Teachout’s. I secretly atte…

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Rufus Norris says the arts is ‘out of touch’ by Matthew Hemley

National Theatre director Rufus Norris has warned that the arts sector has become “out of touch” with the rest of the country,

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: share your reviews by Guardian Readers

If you’re lucky enough to have seen the new Harry Potter play, we want to hear what you thought about itThe latest expansion of the Harry Potter universe is finally with us in the form of …

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Almanac: Davy Crockett on spelling and grammar by Terry Teachout

“I don’t know of any thing in my book to be criticised on by honourable men. Is it on my spelling?—that’s not my trade. Is it on my grammar?—I hadn’t time to learn it, and make n…

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Immersive Trainspotting show to transfer to the Vaults by Georgia Snow

The stage adaptation of Trainspotting is to run at the Vaults in Waterloo to celebrate the film’s 20th anniversary. The immersive production

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Edinburgh’s festival audiences are ‘on a par’ with FIFA World Cup by Matthew Hemley

Edinburgh’s festivals generated £280 million for the city in 2015, a 19% increase from the £235 million raised in 2010. According to

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Marni Nixon, voice of the stars, dies at 86

NEW YORK - One of the most recognizable voices in the history of movies has been silenced. Hollywood voice double Marni Nixon, whose singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in su…

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Marni Nixon, voice of classic movie songs, has died at 86 by Francie Swidler

Hollywood voice double Marni Nixon, whose singing was heard in place of the leading actresses in such classic movie musicals as “West Side Story,” ”The King and I” and “My Fair Lad…

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Frankie Valli heading back to Broadway for seven performances by Melanie Dostis

One of the real Jersey Boys is coming back to Broadway to heat up the competition.

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‘Beauty and the Beast’ Creatives Reflect on Disney Tale 25 Years Later by Stuart Oldham

One of Disney’s classic films, “Beauty of the Beast,” waltzed the floor of Comic-Con this past weekend, where the “tale as old as time” celebrated its 25th anni…

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Today in ‘Quit Playing Our Music’ News: Donald Trump Asked to Stop Playing Air Force One Score by Tolly Wright

Donald Trump can’t always get what he wants. After both Queen and The Rolling Stones spoke out last week against the Republican presidential nominee for using their songs without permissio…

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Hamilton's Renée Elise Goldsberry to Star in HBO's The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks by Jordan Crucchiola

Renée Elise Goldsberry continues to ascend. Earlier in July it was announced that she would leave her Tony Award-winning role in the Broadway super-smash Hamilton to join a new Netfli…

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child thrills critics by Georgia Snow

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has been hailed by critics, who have described the production as a “thrilling theatrical spectacle” and

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child at the Palace Theatre – review round-up by Natasha Tripney

To call it the theatre event of the year would be an understatement. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the eighth chapter

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Matilda wins record-breaking 13 prizes at Australian Helpmann Awards by David Hutchison

British musical Matilda has scooped a record-breaking 13 gongs at the Australian Helpmann Awards 2016, winning every single category it was nominated

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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'Dickens with magic': Harry Potter and the Cursed Child reviews roundup by Ben Beaumont-Thomas

Critics have filed their reviews of the first Potter stage play, and they’re universally positive Related: Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: the West End extravaganza – in pictures With…

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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, July 26, 2016 by Matt Tamanini, The Broadwayradio Network

Listen: The Great #MarniNixon Passes Away, #HarryPotter Coming to Broadway?, and @BWWMatt on #FromBroadwayWithLove! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast…

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Press Pass: Harry Potter & the Cursed Child earns global raves, breaks more records by Terri Paddock

Ahead of the double-show gala day at the West End’s Palace Theatre this Saturday, a galaxy of stars have already turned out for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. And I’m not jus…

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Theatre News: Trainspotting to open at The Vaults

The production will coincide with the 20th anniversary of Danny Boyle's film

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child reviews roundup: Theatre critics spellbound by new JK Rowling play by Jess Denham, Jess Denham

'Magical...thrilling...dazzling...spectacular...mind-boggling...triumphant'

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Press Release: Plaintiffs’ Response to Equity Motion by Tracey Paleo

PRESS RELEASE From Lawsuit Plaintiffs LOS ANGELES (July 25, 2016) — As expected, Equity filed a motion to dismiss our lawsuit. We stand behind our claims and are going to file our respons…

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child: the West End extravaganza – in pictures by Guardian Staff

The preview performances are over, and Harry Potter and the Cursed Child is starting its run on London’s West End. Peer behind the curtain with these photographs of the latest chapter in t…

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Top 10 London Family Shows by Marianka Swain

Struggling to fill the school holidays, and no luck getting Cursed Child tickets Fear not - there are plenty of fantastic London theatre options for family audiences.

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Growth of creative sector could entrench London’s economic advantage – report by Georgia Snow

An economic divide between London and the rest of the UK is at risk of intensifying owing to the growth of the

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Mark Shenton: How do we reinvigorate the great British musical? by Mark Shenton

The Stage columnist and independent producer Richard Jordan recently wrote a column in which he lamented how far the West End lags behind

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Anna Morris: ‘Improv eases the potential boredom of a long run at Edinburgh’ by Georgia Snow

The writer and performer uses her theatrical training to influence her solo comedy shows. Georgia Snow finds out how this works with

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Jasmine Jones: Young people have the right to tell their stories too by Jasmine Jones

I’d never felt the need to write something. I’d wanted to write things – and in fact, I had – but I’d

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Where to now for Australian culture? by Arts Review

For almost two weeks, we have been living the Rumsfeld Paradox, a dizzy concoction of “known knowns”, “known unknowns” and “unknown unknowns”. And we’re not finished yet. Given…

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Tony Danza Makes Feinstein's/54 Below Solo Debut Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Beloved stage and screen star Tony Danza TV's 'Taxi' amp 'Who's The Boss' Broadway's Honeymoon In Vegas and his band will make their Feinstein's54 Below debut this summer with Tony Danza Sta…

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CABARET, Starring Robin de Jesus and Kaleigh Cronin, Comes to Music Circus Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The 66th Music Circus season continues with the multiple Tony Award-winning musical theatre classic CABARET. Performances are tonight, July 26 through Sunday, July 31 at the Wells Fargo Pavi…

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Drama Teachers: Tips For Travelling with Students by Lindsay Price, The Theatrefolk Podcast

Episode 162: Drama Teachers: Tips for Travelling with Students Does the thought of taking 30 or more students to New York or London sound exciting or like a nightmare? At some point in every…

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Tuesday, July 26, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Arts Project Australia launches Collins Place Pop-up by Arts Review

Arts Project Australia has announced the 35 artists that will feature in a new exhibition at its Collins Place Pop-up Gallery in Melbourne from Thursday 28 July 2016. “We are thrilled t…

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Wicked Star Rachel Tucker on the 'Unrepeatable' Experience of Playing Elphaba on Broadway & Missing Her Green Team by Beth Stevens

In the corporate world, employees leaving a job are often asked to sit through an exit interview with HR about their time at the company. That concept doesn’t exist for Broadway perfor…

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On the Couch with Julie Vulcan by Arts Review

Who is Julie Vulcan? I am Sydney based artist that persistently and deliciously overflows out of any box. What would you do differently to what you do now? Learn languages other than English…

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Matilda the Musical review – still a revoltingly subversive success by Nancy Groves

Lyric theatre, Sydney Australia finally gets the Tony and Olivier award-winning adaptation of Roald Dahl’s classic by Dennis Kelly and local hero Tim Minchin on his homepatch• Roald Dahl…

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'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' is simply magical in London by Chris Jones

LONDON — Harry Potter, now 37 years old and perpetually stressed out, stands with his wife, the former Ginny Weasley, at Platform Nine at King's Cross station. His kids are going off to th…

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No Pay, Nudity Film, With Nathan Lane and Gabriel Byrne, Premieres by Andrew Gans

Lee Wilkof's film also features Boyd Gaines, Donna Murphy and Frances Conroy.

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Robin de Jesus Is the Emcee, Starting Tonight in Sacramento by Andrew Gans

The Music Circus production of Cabaret begins July 26.

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Why This Theatre Fan Came All the Way to New York to See Her Favorite Actor by Olivia Clement

And how the trip opened her eyes to the social issues of today.

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The Making of God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater by Matt Weinstock

As Encores! prepares to revive the first collaboration between Alan Menken and Howard Ashman, we take a look behind the scenes at how the musical was born.

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