Friday, January 19, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Blogs: John Barton made the entire idea of Shakespeare study seem strangely glamorous

RSC co-founder John Barton has passed away at the age of 89

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Friday, January 19, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

John Barton's career at the RSC – in pictures

The theatre director John Barton, co-founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company alongside Sir Peter Hall, has died aged 89. Here is a selection of his productions Continue reading...

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Rambunctious Rambova: Don’t Call Her “Mrs. Valentino” by Trav S.D.

Ye Gods! If there was ever a Renaissance woman on this earth it was Natacha Rambova (Winifred Kimball Shaughnessy, 1897-1966.) I’d come across the name of course in connection with Val…

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Block Talk- Episode 24: RuPaul's Drag Race All Stars 3 Season Preview by Michael Block

Guess who's back in the house? RuPaul is bringing back nine, well actually, ten of her favorite queens for a third All Stars installment. I brought on NYC drag superstars Poppy and Whendy Wh…

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BWW Review: AMADEUS, Olivier Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan

Greeted by rapturous reviews in 2016, Peter Shaffer's acclaimed production of Amadeus makes a triumphant return to the National Theatre this week. The enthralling story of a fictional confes…

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Friday, January 19, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Black Quantum Futurism by Arts Review

The radical Philadelphia-based collaboration Black Quantum Futurism, consisting of musician and poet, Camae Ayewa (aka Moor Mother); and writer and activist Rasheedah Phillips, perform the…

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Howard Sherman: Are US theatres overstepping the marquee by putting politics up in lights? by Howard Sherman

If you’re headed to the small downtown of New London, Connecticut, one of the few routes available to you is Bank Street,

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Mark Shenton: Shakespeare? New Writing? It’s all theatre by Mark Shenton

We are truly blessed in Britain to live in a theatrical culture that offers us regular access to the great classics of

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Friday, January 19, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: First Look - PBS Presents Documentary on A RAISIN IN THE SUN Playwright Lorraine Hansberry by Bww News Desk

One week after the anniversary of her death, American Masters -- Lorraine Hansberry Sighted EyesFeeling Heart premieres nationwide Today, January 19 at 9 p.m. on PBS check local listings and…

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Chainsaw juggling, human cannonballs and Coco the Clown! The astounding 250-year story of circus by Lyn Gardner

When was the first trapeze performance? Who launched ‘the greatest show on Earth’? And which showman was celebrated in song by the Beatles? Here’s a history of circus in 25 momentsIn 1…

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Stepping it up at the Rocky Horror Show by Arts Review

The announcement that Adam Rennie was to take over the role of Frank N. Furter in the Australian production of the Rocky Horror Show was received with mixed reactions. Could this move pave…

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Friday, January 19, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Arts House announces 2018 Season 1 by Arts Review

Inspiring you to pull up your sleeves and get involved, the next Arts House season is bold, risky and vibrant – a thought-provoking program of works designed to enthral, entertain and …

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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: Chicago's Kandi Burruss Was "Just Kickin' It" in the '90s

See if you remember this Xscape music video, featuring Broadway's latest countess of the clink.

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Michael Kustow obituary by Michael Coveney

Writer, producer and ICA head in the late 60s, he had an instinct for the cutting edgeNot many people in the arts over the past half-century in Britain had as big an influence behind the sce…

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How 3-Time Tony Winner Bernadette Peters Is Making Dolly! Her Own by Andrew Gans

The incandescent Peters tells Playbill about creating her own version of the deliciously meddlesome matchmaker in the Tony-winning revival.

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