Friday, May 6, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Voting Opens for the BroadwayWorld Awards!

Don't worry about snubs or other people getting to pick the nominees; the 2016 BroadwayWorld Awards are now open with our largest list of nominees ever, and even a new category cele…

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‘Beautiful’ Coming To Broward Meant To Be As Much About Story As Carole King’s Music by Bill Hirschman

The score of Beautiful – The Carole King Musical encompasses a dozen hits from the ‘60s and half of the iconic Tapestry album. But bookwriter Douglas McGrath assures theatergoers that th…

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Transmission from The Welders (review) by Alan Katz

Transmission, the newest and final offering from this iteration of the playwriting collective The Welders, tests my inherent resistance to superlatives. But the problem with resisting the …

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Photo Coverage: In Rehearsal with Matt Bogart, Whitney Bashor & the Cast of HIMSELF AND NORA by Walter McBride

James Joyce, one of the most provocative and influential writers of all time, had his creativity, imagination, and desire transformed by Nora Barnacle.

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BWW TV: Go Behind the Scenes of THE SPONGEBOB MUSICAL in Chicago! by BroadwayWorld TV

Get ready world, SpongeBob is coming.The SpongeBob Musical will begin performances on Tuesday, June 7th at Broadway in Chicago's Oriental Theatre 24 West Randolph Street, Chicago, IL. This i…

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Theater News: The Pearl Theatre Announces Its 2016-17 Season Programming

Blackbird playwright David Harrower contributes a new adaptation of Henrik Ibsen's Public Enemy to the lineup.

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)

INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… #MotherSaid’s Serena Manteghi by Helen McWilliams

Serena Manteghi is currently playing the role of Rosie in My Mother Said I Never Should opposite national treasure, Maureen Lipman. I caught up with Rosie to ask her about this well-known pl…

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Photos! Star Wars: The Force Awakens Director J.J. Abrams Sang at the Latest #Ham4Ham by Hannah Vine

Turns out, there are lyrics to the song Lin-Manuel Miranda wrote for the film.

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Shirley MacLaine and Matthew Broderick Join Forces for TV Series by Andrew Gans

The series will film in Santa Fe, NM.

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Hot Clip of the Day: Before Eliza, Phillipa Soo Was Shooting Vodka as Natasha

Flashing back to Phillipa Soo's breakout role in off-Broadway's Natasha, Pierre & The Great Comet of 1812.

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WNO’s “made in America” Ring of the Nibelung – Part 3 Siegfried (review) by Susan Galbraith

Projections follow music and carry us from clouds to forest canopy. But how quickly the woods change to a panorama of deforestation. Magnificent trunks become denuded logs and are carried by…

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Frank Wildhorn's Count of Monte Cristo Musical Gets U.S. Premiere Today by Robert Viagas

It's a new swashbuckler from the composer of The Scarlet Pimpernel.

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Your Voice Matters! Voting Opens Today for the 2016 BroadwayWorld Awards! by BroadwayWorld

Awards season in NYC is now in FULL swing, and with the critics, press, and industry all having their chances to nominate and vote -- now it's the fans' turn.

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THE COLOR PURPLE's Carrie Compere Will Takeover Our Twitter Account Tomorrow! by Alan Henry

BroadwayWorld is thrilled to announce that THE COLOR PURPLE's Carrie Compereis taking over our Twitter account BroadwayWorld tomorrow May 7th to give our readers a behind the scenes look at …

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TRAVELS WITH MY AUNT – Touring by Aleks Sierz

Classic adaptation of the Graham Greene story is warm-hearted and entertaining, but also stuck in the past.

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Meet the Cast of Adventure Theatre MTC’s “The Emperor’s Nightingale’: Part 4: Andrew Quilpa by Guest Author

In Part four of a series of interviews with the cast of Adventure Theatre MTC’s The Emperor’s Nightingale meet Andrew Quilpa. Joel: Please introduce yourself and tell our readers where t…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Tony Nominees Reed Birney, Jayne Houdyshell & More Talk Broadway's THE HUMANS by TV News Desk

Playwright Stephen Karam, director Joe Mantello, and two of the show's Tony-nominated stars, Reed Birney and Jayne Houdyshell discuss the hit Broadway production.

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VIDEO: Daveed Diggs Recalls How He Came to Star in HAMILTON by TV News Desk

Rapper and actor Daveed Diggs, who was nominated for a Tony Award for his role in HAMILTON stopped by this week's CHARLIE ROSE to talk about the hit Broadway musical.

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VIDEO: Ariana Grande Shares First Listen to New Single 'Into You'! by BroadwayWorld

Ariana Grande released a promo for her new single 'Into You'. The song is off her new album 'Dangerous Woman' featuring 15 new tracks and dropping on May 20 via Republic Records.

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Five of the best… new plays by Lyn Gardner

Fake It ’Til You Make It | The Encounter | The Flick | Boy | The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night-TimeIt was only some time into their relationship that performance-maker Bryony Ki…

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Three of the best… new dance shows by Judith Mackrell

Charles Linehan Company | Rambert | New ShootsDance at the Brighton festival opens with this double bill, featuring a duet for original BalletBoyz Michael Nunn and William Trevitt that riffs…

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Swan Lake to school disco: this winter's dance shows are set to dazzle by Judith Mackrell

Sadler’s Wells and Dance Umbrella have announced their autumn seasons and here are the highlights, including naked duets, ordinary Londoners and PinocchioContemporary dance audiences have …

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Rob Delaney: 'My wife has made me laugh the most' by Rachel Aroesti

From Key & Peele to his other half, the comedian reveals the things that give him the giggles Continue reading...

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Meet the Cast of Rockville Little Theatre’s ‘Our Town’: Part 5: Sandra Cox True by Joel Markowitz

In Part Five of a series of interviews with the cast of Rockville Little Theatre’s Our Town, meet Sandra Cox True. Please introduce yourself and tell where local theatre goers have se…

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£4k Hodgkiss Award to mount full production of winning entry by David Hutchison

Manchester’s Royal Exchange has unveiled a revamped £4,000 prize that aims to bring an ambitious piece of theatre to a full production.

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Gerard McCarthy to star in Stalking the Bogeyman in London by David Hutchison

Gerard McCarthy has been cast in the UK premiere of Stalking the Bogeyman at Southwark Playhouse. Glynis Barber will also star in

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Shauna McLean wins 2016 Alan Bates Award by Georgia Snow

Italia Conti student Shauna McLean has won the 2016 Alan Bates Award. The acting award, which is given to a graduating student,

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Finding Neverland to open in London next spring by Matthew Hemley

Broadway production Finding Neverland will open in the West End next spring. A theatre for the show has not been revealed, but

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Royal Court, Liverpool, expands into pub next door by David Hutchison

Liverpool’s Royal Court is set to buy a neighbouring pub to convert into extra backstage space for wardrobe and technical use, as

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Performance Preparation Academy to offer BA by Georgia Snow

Guildford-based Performance Preparation Academy is to run degree courses for the first time, in a move the school hopes will allow it

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Regional Roundup: Top 10 Stories This Week Around the Broadway World - 5/6; ANYTHING GOES at Goodspeed, HEATHERS at TUTS Underground and More! by BroadwayWorld

This week, we go around our Broadway World to feature stories in Connecticut, Houston, Los Angeles, and more. Check out our top 10 stories around our Broadway World below, which include ANYT…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Fuse Film Commentary: The IFFBoston — Focusing on the Marginalized by Tim Jackson

The IFFBoston's commitment to films about marginalized communities is turning the festival into an essential cultural event.

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Theatre News: Final show at the Union Theatre announced

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice will be the venue's final production in their current building

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Video: A brief history of Bristol Old Vic

We continue our regional theatre focus in Bristol

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FIRST LOOK: The Buskers Opera at Park Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Last night saw the opening night of Dougal Orvine’s new musical The Buskers Opera at The Park Theatre. London 2012. The world is watching. Can the city deliver the grea…

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Lawrence After Arabia review – Howard Brenton on a tortured war hero by Michael Billington

Hampstead theatre, LondonWhy did TE Lawrence turn his back on fame after assisting the Arab uprising? Brenton’s solidly acted play explores the mystery of a troubled figureThe centenary of…

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Tom Hooper to milk Cats musical for movie version by Ben Child

Director of The King’s Speech, The Danish Girl and Les Misérables reportedly keen to cast Suki Waterhouse in big-budget adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s stage hit Related: How the ne…

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An Englishman, Irishman and Scotsman walk into a bar – to discussing national identity by Brian Logan

When it comes to Britishness, comedy doesn’t tend to get further than Michael McIntyre’s benign observations. As the EU referendum approaches, comedians should be digging deeperIn 2000, …

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BWW's On This Day - May 6, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 6 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Broadway AM Report, 5/6/2016 - HADESTOWN, MONTE CRISTO, Mother's Day and More! by Jessica Khan

This weekend's big news Seth MacFarlane launches 2016 at the Boston Pops, HADESTOWN starts previews at NYTW, Theater Talkhighlights THE HUMANS, Wildhorn amp Murphy's THE COUNT OF MONTE CRIST…

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San Jose: Striking 'Newsies' musical heads to Center for the Performing Arts by Leeta-Rose Ballester,

Whaddya hear, whaddya say? Disney's 'Newsies' is headed to the South Bay. The Tony Award-winning musical comes to San Jose's Center for the Performing Arts, 255 Almaden Blvd., May 10-15.

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What do you say to an actor who just bombed on stage? by Nina Metz

Nobody wants to give (or receive) bad news. Including: Your show is a stinker. For those of us who neither perform nor work in theater, there are few barriers to sharing an honest opinion am…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Rodgers & Hammerstein’s 1947 musical Allegro gets European premiere by Press Releases

Rodgers and Hammerstein's 1947 Broadway musical Allegro will receive its long-overdue European premiere, running for a six-week season at London's Southwark Playhouse from Friday 5 August un…

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A Midsummer Night's Dream, Shakespeare's Globe, review: Risky gender-bending works like a charm by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

An often very funny production, but Emma Rice needs to relax and let things breathe

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NEWS: Sadie Frost plays Gypsy Rose Lee in Britten in Brooklyn by Press Releases

Sadie Frost will star as Gypsy Rose Lee in the world premiere of Zoe Lewis' new play BRITTEN IN BROOKLYN at Wilton’s Music Hall, which will play for a strictly limited season of 21 perform…

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Features: What's in my dressing room? - Jonathan Sayer

We go backstage with The Comedy About a Bank Robbery star

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Theater News: Finding Neverland Will Fly Away From Broadway

The new musical is set to shutter at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre.

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Christopher Jackson of ‘Hamilton,’ at Home in the Bronx by Joanne Kaufman

The Tony nominee lives with his wife, Veronica Vazquez-Jackson, an actress and singer.

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What If Musical Theatre Was Made for Women? by Harmony France

t’s time for Feminism and Musical Theatre to get in bed together. A while ago I read Michael Riedel’s New York Post article, “A feminist war is being waged at Broadway’s Waitress,…

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NEWS: Magic show Impossible returns to West End, 8 July by Press Releases

IMPOSSIBLE, the world’s greatest magic show, will return to London this summer, following its acclaimed West End season last year. The show, which features the world’s greatest illusioni…

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Tom Hooper wants to adapt Cats the musical for the silver screen 

British director Hooper, who won an Academy Award for The King’s Speech, has started a research and development process for his take of Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

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Gross Indecency by Michael Schulman

On April 5, 1895, Oscar Wilde was holed up at the Cadogan Hotel, in London, torn between fleeing the country and facing a parlous fate. Spurred by his sometime paramour Lord Alfred Douglas, …

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Broadway’s ‘Finding Neverland’ to close in August by Melanie Dostis

Come August, it will be harder to find Neverland.

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‘Finding Neverland’ to Close on Broadway Before U.S. Tour, London and New Movie by Gordon Cox

“Finding Neverland,” the Broadway musical produced by Harvey Weinstein’s Weinstein Live Entertainment, will close in August, prior to the launch of a U.S. national tour thi…

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New York home to idiosyncratic works from actor-playwrights by Associated Press

NEW YORK — It's been an exciting season for theater in New York, with some solid revivals, thoughtful new plays and lively comedies. And then there's the show where a guy's ax gets stuck i…

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‘Dear Evan Hansen’ is one of the season’s best new musicals by Elisabeth Vincentelli

One of the best new musicals of the season isn’t on Broadway, but off — the funny, touching “Dear Evan Hansen.” Ben Platt (from both “Pitch Perfect” movies) gives a remarkable pe…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Friday, May 6, 2016 by James Marino

Listen: NY Drama Critics Circle Winners @FeldmanAdam @TheTonyAwards Go Vogue, & More “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre h…

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Titanic team bring Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Allegro to Southwark Playhouse by Matthew Hemley

Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Allegro will receive its professional European premiere at Southwark Playhouse. The show is directed by Thom Southerland and

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Review: Lawrence After Arabia (Hampstead Theatre)

Howard Brenton's new play tells of a TE Lawrence running from celebrity

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Theatre News: Exclusive: All-star cast announced for My Fair Lady 60th anniversary concert

The concert will take place at St. Paul's Church, Covent Garden

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Sadie Frost to star as Gypsy Rose Lee in new play at Wilton’s Music Hall by Matthew Hemley

Sadie Frost is to star as Gypsy Rose Lee in the world premiere of a new play at Wilton’s Music Hall. Britten

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Review: The Lovers of Viorne (The Theatre Room)

Frontier's first production is a staging of a French classic

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Theatre News: Allegro to receive European premiere at Southwark Playhouse

Rodgers & Hammerstein's musical will open in August

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Theatre News: Magic show Impossible returns to the West End

The production will return to the Noel Coward Theatre for a limited run

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REVIEW: Richard II, Arcola Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Matthew Lunn

By Matthew Lunn Macbeth When asked to reflect on Shakespeare’s most ‘political’ plays, many of us would say and Richard III without a thought. Such is the astonishing influence of Hous…

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Hugh Bonneville: ‘Us actors don’t manage our careers. Most of us just lurch’ by Al Senter

Rather in the manner of the closing scenes of Shakespeare’s The Tempest, the Downton Abbey revels now are ended and the Earl

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Theatre News: Sadie Frost to star as Gypsy Rose Lee

The world premiere of Zoe Lewis' play will open at Wilton's Music Hall in September

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Review: A Midsummer Night's Dream (Shakespeare's Globe)

Emma Rice's first production at the Globe is a music-infused love letter to Shakespeare's stories

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Review: An Enemy of the People (Chichester Festival Theatre)

Hugh Bonneville returns to the stage in Ibsen's drama

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With Love and Fury by AussieTheatre

A very Aussie evening. What an extraordinary experience; With Love and Fury, a collaboration between Katie Noonan, Brodsky Quartet, and a bevy of Australian composers, all inspired by the p…

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A Quick Chat with performer and vocal coach Jennifer Peers by Bec Caton

Jennifer Peers, currently performing in Fiddler on the Roof, is in demand both as a musical theatre performer and teacher. She has performed in many Australian musicals including City of Ang…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)

The Wizard of Oz, Royal New Zealand Ballet by Deborah Jones

St James Theatre, Wellington, May 4. The Wizard of Oz has had quite a journey on its way to Royal New Zealand Ballet and the St James Theatre in Wellington, New Zealand’s capital. The ball…

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“Why I would win the Dogfight” by Joel Granger

Doorstep Arts’ Victorian premiere of Dogfight was in full production mode this week ahead of tonight’s official opening performance. Apart from the lessons I’ve learnt working on…

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Sinister, sexy and surreal - Brighton Festival's fringe has it all by Roy Greenslade

Hundreds of comics, musicians and actors ready to entertain the city for a monthOne of the joys of living in Brighton (& Hove) is its annual festival. There is so much to see, hear and v…

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Playwright Young Jean Lee: what do we really want from straight white men? by Monica Tan

The American playwright says the rest of us may claim to want straight white men to take a back seat, but then we deem them duds when they do“Destroy the audience” is the motto powering …

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Actor Joe Hanrahan continues to challenge boundaries by Judith Newmark • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Actor-director Joe Hanrahan, who has built a reputation for one-man shows, is starring in "The Two Character Play," part of the Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis.

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Williams' women: Playwright penned strong roles for leading ladies by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Actress Olympia Dukakis headlines the inaugural Tennessee Williams Festival St. Louis.

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Best Bets: Cinco de Mayo, Cyrus Chestnut, Laumeier Art Fair and more by Go! Magazine Staff

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead.

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Melbourne season: Little Shop of Horrors by Anne-Marie Peard

The only down side of the Little Shop of Horrors Melbourne season is that it’s only three weeks. The sci-fi schlock musical by Howard Ashman and Alan Menken (who went onto Disney fam…

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ArtsHacker’s Guide To Podcasting: Hardware by Jason Heath

Starting a podcast can open a lot of doors for your arts organization.  Over 46 million Americans are now listening to podcasts on a monthly basis.  The rise of smartphones has enabled pe…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Mamet's "November" is well-acted, dated political comedy at the Avenue by Joanne Ostrow

Not as funny as HBO's "Veep" — nor as subtle as that unsubtle, laugh-out-loud satire of presidential politics — David Mamet's "November" is a political comedy unmoored from any p…

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Don't miss this: "Scarlet Letter," the opera, at last in Denver by Ray Mark Rinaldi

Opera Colorado has been promoting its premiere of Lori Laitman's "The Scarlet Letter" for so long, you might miss the actual event, which takes place over four nights starting Saturday.

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Mark Shenton’s top venues: Park Theatre, London by Mark Shenton

Pop-up theatres are springing up all over London. In the West End, Found111 is the most fashionable (if not the most comfortable), having

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Jill Robinson: What can audiences do to help arts bodies flourish? by Jill Robinson

You read that headline right—it’s not an auto-correct error. Arts researchers and practitioners have long been focused on what audiences want and

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Howard Sherman: This is the reason cast recordings are making a comeback by Howard Sherman

I never saw Zero Mostel in Fiddler on the Roof. I just feel like I have. How is that, since I was

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Richard Jordan: Broadway must not rest on its laurels when it comes to racial diversity by Richard Jordan

It used to be called the Great White Way, but as the 2016 Tony nominations – announced on Tuesday – reflect, that term cannot

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)

This Sunday at 8 PM at The Kennedy Center: GMCW’s Restrospective Concert featuring ‘Carmina Burana’ by Guest Author

The Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington, DC (GMCW) commemorates its milestone 35th anniversary with Carmina 35 at The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts Concert Hall on Sunday, May…

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Broadway: “Finding Neverland” Closing This Summer, Going on Tour, Opening in London, Becoming a Film by Roger Friedman

Broadway: “Finding Neverland” will become a film musical says producer Harvey Weinstein, based on the Broadway musical which was based on the Categories: Featured Theater(Read…

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Interview: Songwriters Lance Horne and Drew Brody on Their New EP ‘A Little Single’, Sondheim, and Their Show at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Jose Solis

To celebrate the release of their new EP A Little Single, songwriters Lance Horne and Drew Brody are doing a special show at Feinstein’s/54 Below on May 11. The EP is a collection of witty…

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Cloudstreet by Arts Review

First an iconic novel by Tim Winton, then a play, followed by a critically acclaimed miniseries, now Cloudstreet will receive the operatic treatment it so deserves, in a world premiere seas…

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Friday, May 6, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Seth MacFarlane Launches Boston Pops' 2016 Season Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The 2016 Boston Pops season opens and closes with the debuts of two widely popular artists from the entertainment world TONIGHT, May 6, the season opens with Seth MacFarlane singing American…

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THEATER TALK Spotlights Tony Nominated THE HUMANS This Weekend by BroadwayWorld

The newest edition of THEATER TALK spotlights the acclaimed new American play, THE HUMANS by Stephen Karam, which has just been nominated for six Tony Awards, including one for Best Play.

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Wildhorn & Murphy's THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO Begins Tonight at Pioneer Theatre Company by BroadwayWorld

Pioneer Theatre Company presents the American professional premiere of the new musical THE COUNT OF MONTE CRISTO, written by Frank Wildhorn and Jack Murphy. Performances take place tonight, …

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Nathan Lee Graham Goes 'GAGA FOR GERSHWIN' at Feinstein's/54 Below Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Nathan Lee Graham - the singular Grammy Award-winning singer, actor and bon vivant - will premiere a new evening Going Gaga For Gershwin at New York's Feinstein's54 Below tonight, May 6 at 7…

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Chavkin & Mitchell's Starry HADESTOWN Begins Tonight at NYTW by BroadwayWorld

New York Theatre Workshop NYTWpresentsHADESTOWN, written by celebrated singer-songwriter Anais Mitchell and developed with and directed by the inventive two-time OBIE award-winning director …

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Harvey Weinstein Gives ‘Finding Neverland’ The Hook, Sets August Broadway Closing by Jeremy Gerard

Finding Neverland, the passion project that marked Harvey Weinstein’s debut as the lead producer of a Broadway musical, will close on August 21. Weinstein and executive producer Victor…

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Megan Hilty Performs From Smash at Caf\u00E9 Carlyle Soundcheck

2016 Tony nominee Megan Hilty took the stage for soundcheck at Caf\u00E9 Carlyle. Hilty and her band ran through standards like \u201CThey Can\u2019t Take That Away From Me\u201D and \u201CA…

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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: From The Color Purple Costars to Fellow Tony Nominees

Brandon Victor Dixon and Renée Elise Goldsberry cross paths a decade later.

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Interviews: Waitress Star Jessie Mueller Wouldn't Tweet This Article Even If She Could

The Tony-winning actress keeps her head down during another awards season on Broadway.

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FINDING NEVERLAND To Close on Broadway 8/21; Announces West End Production, National Tour, and Film! by Alan Henry

After a year and a half of performances, Broadway'sFINDING NEVERLAND will play its final performance at theLunt-Fontanne TheateronSunday, August 21, 2016. The production will transfer toLond…

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Happy Birthday Play School: Celebrating 50 years by Arts Review

Big Ted, Little Ted, Humpty and Jemima are all visiting Canberra as part of a new National Museum of Australia (NMA) exhibition commemorating the 50th birthday of the much-loved Australian t…

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For the Cantu Family, Simi’s “In the Heights” Is a Family Affair by Cary Ginell

BY CARY GINELL In the Heights, Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical about community and family in a Dominican-American neighborhood in New York City, has a multi-layered meaning for its talent…

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On the Couch with Jayde Westaby by Arts Review

Who is Jayde Westaby? A performer, mummy, partner, friend, daughter, sister. I’m fiercely passionate about what I do and feel very lucky to sing, dance and act. I’m very proud of…

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Diva Talk: Renée Elise Goldsberry Reflects On Her Hamilton Journey by Andrew Gans

The acclaimed singing actress discusses her role in the hit musical and her gratitude for receiving a Tony nomination.

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New Cyndi Lauper Album, Featuring Song from Best Little Whorehouse, Released Today by Andrew Gans

The Kinky Boots Tony winner goes country on her new CD.

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The Broadway Season’s Most Notable Moments by Robert Simonson

Don’t go near any theatre fan without reading this first: stand-out moments from the historic 2015-2016 season on the Great White Way.

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Deborah Cox Is Josephine, Opening Tonight by Andrew Gans

The new musical casts the Grammy nominee as the legendary Josephine Baker.

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Hadestown Begins Performances Tonight by Olivia Clement

The Anaïs Mitchell folk opera at New York Theatre Workshop is directed by Rachel Chavkin and features Shaina Taub.

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How An Obsession with Josephine Baker Became a Broadway-Bound Musical by Marcus Scott

According to her producer, Deborah Cox was born to play Josephine, but the recording artist knew she'd have to earn it.

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