Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child: First look at Harry, Albus and Ginny Potter by Jack Shepherd, Jack Shepherd

First look at Jamie Parker, Poppy Miller and Sam Clemmett in costume for the play

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Stephen Karam: 'artsy weirdo' playwright turned Tony nominee for The Humans by Alexis Soloski

A dark take on the family drama in the post-financial crisis era, The Humans has been one of the most critically raved-about plays on Broadway for yearsStephen Karam is of two minds about th…

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Theatre News: First Look: Albus, Ginny and Harry in Harry Potter play

The actors playing Albus and Ginny in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child have been announced

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Soapbox: I sent 1,000 emails in 45 days – here’s what I learned by Soapbox

January. I had just come back from more than a month of travelling – to South Africa for a job, then California

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)

How we made Whose Line Is It Anyway? by Interviews By Laura Barnett

The cast of the seminal 80s improv show: ‘We were in the middle of a Titanic sketch when a pipe burst and the place filled with water’• What Does the Title Matter Anyway?: reviewThis s…

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Photo Flash: Portraits Of Harry, Ginny And Albus - HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD! by BroadwayWorld

In the first of three sets of Charlie Gray's Harry Potter and the Cursed Child portraits, joining the previously announced Jamie Parker as Harry Potter are Poppy Miller who will play Ginny P…

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)

NEON by Arts Review

A candy-coloured journey through the American dream, NEON explores how the simple product known as neon shone bright as a beacon for the hopes of a country. A visually stunning and informa…

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Greg Proops: 'I know I can make a weird offer and Josie Lawrence will take it up' by Ryan Gilbey

Jeremy Corbyn, pervy sexual tension, tiny horned hamsters ... improv comedy star Proops chucks anything into the mix on Whose Line Is It Anyway? As its London stage run begins, he reveals th…

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Songs for a New World by Arts Review

A contemporary song cycle that illuminates the timelessness of self-discovery, Blue Saint Productions presents Jason Robert Brown’s stunning Songs for a New World at Chapel off Chape…

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Blessed Are the Cheesemakers by Sam Hurwitt

Murder hits a small town in Douglas Morrisson Theatre's Book of Days.

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Attache Headcase by Sam Hurwitt

The Diplomats demonstrates that sometimes comedy doesn’t translate well even to people who ostensibly speak the same language.

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Oh Bondage Up Yours by Sam Hurwitt

Marin Onstage's Venus in Fur doesn’t just do the material justice but actually elevates it.

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Phil Willmott: This is what’s wrong with your showreel by Phil Willmott

This morning I looked through 468 submissions for a theatre piece I’ll be directing in a few months. I can audition about

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Random roundup: The Father, Turn Me Loose, The Crucible by Elizabeth Wollman

The Father, Florian Zeller's very good play (in very good translation by Christopher Hampton) is worth seeing both for the tricks it plays on the audience and for Frank Langella's rivet…

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He's Our Kind of Guy! Jane the Virgin Star Jaime Camil Begins Performances in Chicago by Lindsey Sullivan

We want Billy! B-I-Double L-Y! Lucky for us, Jane the Virgin star Jaime Camil starts performances as Chicago's razzle-dazzle story swirler Billy Flynn on May 31. We already got a feather…

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Sam Shepard: 'America is on its way out as a culture' by Laura Barton

As his seminal 1980 play, True West, is revived in London, the influential playwright reflects on the diminishing global role of the US, and the deaths of his friends Philip Seymour Hoffman …

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The Show Must Go On by Lindsay Price, The Theatrefolk Podcast

Episode 158: The Show Must Go On Everyone has a show must go on story. Sets fall, lines are forgotten, sometimes the light board catches on fire. In this podcast we hear a number of differen…

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Tuesday, May 31, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Hue William Blanes by Arts Review

Who is Hue William Blanes? Still don’t know! What would you do differently to what you do now? Not put as much chilli in my dumpling soup. Who inspires you and why? People who do thing…

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BWW Review: Nick Payne's INCOGNITO Is Brainy, But Muddy by Michael Dale

Four actors play twenty roles telling three stories in a confusing exploration of the brain.

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Ann Harada and More Set for FUNKED UP FAIRY TALES as Part of New Musicals at 54 Today by BroadwayWorld

The NEW MUSICALS AT 54 series presents FUNKED UP FAIRY TALES by Kirsten Childs at Feinstein's54 Below tonight, May 31, 2016.

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Swan Lake by Arts Review

Following a sold out season in Sydney in April, and fresh from performances in Adelaide, the magic of Swan Lake returns when Stephen Baynes’ masterful interpretation comes to Arts Centre M…

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Special Reports: 4 Questions With the Kids of You're a Good Man, Charlie Brown

The York Theatre gang talks fake holidays, role swaps, and the Hogwarts houses of our favorite cartoon tykes.

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All-Kid Charlie Brown Musical Opens Tonight Off-Broadway by Robert Viagas

York Theatre Company's revival features a cast of young actors.

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Jane the Virgin Star Joins Broadway Cast of Chicago Tonight by Andrew Gans

Jaime Camil is playing a limited engagement in the Tony-winning revival.

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Garfield and Mad Libs Musicals Available for Licensing by Playbill Staff

R&H Theatricals has obtained rights for the kid’s musicals Garfield, The Musical with Cattitude and Mad Libs Live!

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Want To Know What It’s Like to Work in Marketing on Broadway? by Olivia Clement

The theatre lovers and real-life partners work on some of the best shows on Broadway. They talk jobs, relationships and the Tonys.

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What Happens When You Ask 57 Drama Critics to Talk About Their Job? by Robert Simonson

Matt Windman found out. His new book surveys the state of theatre criticism today.

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