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Russell Tovey: ‘I was a scared, skinny little rat. Then I hit the gym…’ by Tom Lamont

It took the Essex actor a decade to fully regain his confidence after falling victim to a knife attack at 18. And a decade, too, to be comfortable portraying his own sexuality on stage and s…

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Beautiful: the Carole King Musical review – a stream of classics by Alex Clark

Aldwych, LondonKatie Brayben belts out Carole King’s greatest hits with verve by in a big-hearted show based on the songwriter’s life Continue reading...

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Royal Ballet: Draft Works review – Blommaert and Sambé stand out by Luke Jennings

Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, LondonThe Royal Ballet’s annual showcase of its own dancers’ choreography was short on risk – and women Continue reading...

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Closer review – Marber’s 90s passion play still stirs by Susannah Clapp

Donmar Warehouse, London Patrick Marber’s finely wrought 1997 play about the brutal business of falling in and out of love holds good in David Leveaux’s smooth if safe revival Continue r…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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From the Observer archive, 26 February 1978: a playwright pitching for revolution by Victoria Radin

A young cockney playwright tries to put the East End characters centre stage Continue reading...

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Azimut review - Moroccan acrobatics speak darker truths by Jane Howard

Adelaide Festival theatre, Adelaide festivalAurélien Bory and the artists of Le Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger dance with illusion and politics in this intense showcase of circus skill Conti…

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Farinelli and the King review – Mark Rylance and Iestyn Davies dazzle by Susannah Clapp

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, LondonThe healing power of music is made real in Clare van Kampen’s irresistibly genial play about the great 18th-century castratoThere is an irresistible genialit…

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Man and Superman review – Ralph Fiennes towers as Shaw’s Don Juan by Susannah Clapp

Lyttelton, LondonSimon Godwin’s whirling revival of Shaw’s loquacious 1903 play proves fashion wrong in emphatic styleMuch is said about the responsibility of the National Theatre to fin…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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‘Kid Victory’ at Signature Theatre by Derek Mong

Haunting, chilling, and totally mesmerizing are just a few words that you could use to describe the second collaboration between legendary composer John Kander (Chicago and Cabaret) and accl…

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This Week’s Picks! Go Uptown with Harry Connick Jr., Meet the New Les Miz Revolutionaries & More by Pete Croatto

Hey, you, staring longingly at your tropical island screen saver! There is no need to be depressed, not with all the great stuff this frigid (but still enchanting) city has to offer. So bund…

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Theater News: Brian d'Arcy James Exits Hamilton to Star in Something Rotten! on Broadway

Moving back in time, James will go from playing King George III to Shakespeare's rival.

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New Line Theatre acts up with 'Jerry Springer'

Troupe presents the regional premiere of musical.

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'Navigating the West' offers some of the best of Bingham

Superb exhibition puts artist's paintings beside his drawings.

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How the Bingham drawings were saved

Schoolchildren, businessmen and others came together.

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Music review: Hadelich, Graf bring down the house with SLSO

An all-Russian evening proves memorable in the best way

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SOUND OFF World Premiere Exclusive: Joel Grey In GEORGE M! On THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW

Today, BroadwayWorld is thrilled to present yet another awesome vintage performance clip as originally seen on watershed TV variety program THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW, this time with a classic Geo…

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Molnr’s Fashions For Men Opens at Mint Theater Company Tonight by Carey Purcell

Fashions For Men, Ferenc Molnár's comedy of character, officially opens at at the Mint Theater Company March 1 following previews that began Feb. 3.

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Tony Winner Jessie Mueller and Her Beautiful Co-Star Team Up for Concerts by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Tony nominee Jarrod Spector, who created the roles of, respectively, Carole King and Barry Mann in Broadway's Beautiful, join forces for concerts March 1&#…

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Curious Incident Cast Offers Actors Fund Benefit Performance Tonight by Andrew Gans

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the acclaimed new play by Simon Stephens about a 15-year-old boy who must get to the bottom of the mysterious death of…

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Beth Henley’s Abundance, Tale of Mail-Order Brides in the Wild West, Opens at TACT Tonight by Carey Purcell

Abundance, Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley's tall tale set in the Great American West, officially opens Off-Broadway at The Actors Company Theatre March 1.

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Stars of The Nether Explore Dark Fantasies in Mysterious Virtual World by Olivia Clement

MCC's New York premiere of Jennifer Haley's The Nether is somewhat shrouded in mystery. The haunting whodunit, which has previously played on London's West End and in Los Angeles…

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Caissie Levy, Andy Mientus, Keala Settle, Cliff Saunders and Kyle Scatliffe Take Final Bows in Les M by Michael Gioia

Les Misérables cast members Caissie Levy (Fantine), Andy Mientus (Marius), Cliff Saunders (Thenardier), Kyle Scatliffe (Enjolras) and Keala Settle (Madame Thenardier) take their f…

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PLAYBILL VAULT’S Today In Theatre History: MARCH 1 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley and Ernio Hernandez

1922 Arthur Wing Pinero's The Enchanted Cottage constructs the story of a couple who find themselves transformed by their love for one another. Owen Nares and Laura Cowie are the lucky p…

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Broadway’s Pulitzer-Winning Drama Disgraced, Exploring Race and Religion, Closes on Broadway by Adam Hetrick, Carey Purcell

Ayad Akhtar's volatile Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced, which stars Hari Dhillon, Karen Pittman, Gretchen Mol and Josh Radnor, ends its Broadway run March 1.

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Stephanie J. Block, Laura Osnes, Aaron Lazar, Andrew Keenan-Bolger Are Part of Tonight’s Bushel & A by Andrew Gans

A host of Broadway favorites join forces March 1 for a Bushel & A Peck Benefit at 54 Below.

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“House of Cards” Actress Leads Simon Stephens’ Drama Harper Regan, Starting Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Molly Parker, who plays Jackie Sharp in the Netflix political drama "House of Cards," stars in the Canadian Stage production of Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens&…

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PLAYBILL POLL: Who Readers Would Dream Cast in the Revival of Falsettos by Olivia Clement

William Finn and James Lapine's Tony-winning musical Falsettos will return to Broadway in spring 2016, with Tony winner Lapine again at the helm. Part intimate family drama, part neu…

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After 10 Years of Musicals, There’s Still An Audition Kelli O’Hara Won’t Let Bartlett Sher Forget by Harry Haun

Musical theatre dream team leading lady Kelli O'Hara and director Bartlett Sher join forces to bring another Rodgers and Hammerstein classic to the stage. And, for O'Hara, it's u…

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