Monday, July 25, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, July 25, 2016 by Matt Tamanini, The Broadwayradio Network

Listen: @FunHomeMusical at Orlando’s @DrPhillipsCtr, @SethRudetsky Heads to #DNCnPHL, & More! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting th…

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David Bowie musical Lazarus to play at London’s King’s Cross Theatre by David Hutchison

David Bowie musical Lazarus is to transfer to the Kings Cross Theatre in London later this year. Michael C Hall will reprise

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David Bowie's LAZARUS Coming To West End In October by Marianka Swain

David Bowie and Enda Walsh's LAZARUS, which premiered at New York Theatre Workshop last year, is coming to King's Cross Theatre for a run 25 October-22 January 2017. It's directed by Ivo van…

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Exclusive: Facebook LIVE Interviews With The Cast of FUN HOME in Orlando by BroadwayWorld

Last nightthe current Broadway cast of the Tony-winning musical FUN HOME performed a special concert version of the show at Orlando's Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts to benefit t…

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Theatre News: Michael C Hall to star in David Bowie's Lazarus in London

The production, directed by Ivo van Hove, will open at the Kings Cross Theatre in November

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Theatre News: Exclusive: further casting for The Boys in the Band

Daniel Boys, Jack Derges, John Hopkins and more join Mark Gatiss and Ian Hallard in the revival of The Boys in the Band

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Sinéad Cusack: How Jeremy Irons helped me sneak into the RSC by Sinéad Cusack

I led a fairly rackety life but was always serious about acting. At Stratford, in As You Like It, I got my first laugh in ShakespeareI started out as one of the worst Shakespearean actors …

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Backstage: Mayor’s Fund works wonders to inspire a new generation by Ak Bennett-Hunter

There are a number of obstacles to attracting a wider and more diverse workforce into the expanding creative industries. The range of

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The Green Room: Are there any roles you long to play? by Thomas Hescott

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… Albert

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Monday, July 25, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Letters to Lindy by Arts Review

Filled with humour and heartbreak, Letters to Lindy by award-winning playwright Alana Valentine explores our fascination with one of 20th Century Australia’s most iconic figures. There a…

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On the Couch with Marco Chiappi by Arts Review

Who is Marco Chiappi? An old ham always in search of playdates. What would you do differently to what you do now? I wouldn’t necessarily do anything different but would rather accept t…

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JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR – Open Air Theatre by Jonathan Baz

In what is unquestionably a Superstar for the 21st century, Timothy Sheader's Jesus is no long-haired prophet. In an electrifying performance that captures both Christ’s charisma and his f…

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Monday, July 25, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)

GROUNDHOG DAY Leads August's Top 10 New London Shows by Marianka Swain

London is never short of theatre temptations, whether splashy West End shows, epic dramas or bold fringe offerings. From the new Groundhog Day musical and Shakespeare in a department store t…

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BWW Interview: Director Thom Southerland On Reviving Rodgers and Hammerstein's ALLEGRO by Marianka Swain

Director Thom Southerland has built a career on revelatory musical revivals in smaller fringe venues, from Me and Juliet and The Grand Tour at Finborough Theatre to Titanic, Grand Hotel and …

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Review: ‘Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope’ at New Freedom Theatre in Philadelphia by Neal Newman

Don’t Bother Me, I Can’t Cope is a musical that’s not produced very often – but in its day, it was a huge hit. Opening on Broadway in 1972, it ran for over 1,000 performances and ear…

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Derek Jacobi: 'Much Ado saved me from stage fright' by Interview By Andrew Dickson

After touring Hamlet in 1980, the actor succumbed to the ‘worm of doubt’ – but a job playing Shakespeare’s quick-witted hero forced him to face his anxietyI’d been on a world tour …

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Plan your week's theatre: top tickets by Lyn Gardner

From Billie Piper playing Yerma to eyecatching festivals in Bristol and Stratford-upon-Avon, here are the week’s big stage openings Related: Cuttin' It review – streetwise drama evolves …

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How to Promote Your Facebook Posts by Jonathan Eifert

There is a cheap, but effective trick with Facebook advertising: a little money goes a long way. Boosting individual posts can make the difference between content seen by few to seen by many…

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Episode 415 - Devin Ilaw (Performer, Music Director, Vocal Coach) by Joel B. New

Devin Ilaw is a performer, musician, music director, and vocal coach. He can currently be seen making his Broadway debut in LES MISERABLES, now playing through September 4th. Favorite cred…

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Monday, July 25, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)

The Light in the Piazza by Arts Review

Winner of six Tony Awards including Best Original Score, The Light in the Piazza is set to romance Melbourne audiences later this year when it opens at the Arts Centre Melbourne for a lim…

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Gary Griffin Directs Hand To God At Victory Gardens Sept 16 – Oct 16 by Michael J. Roberts

Victory Gardens Theater announces the first show of its 42st season, Hand To God by Robert Askins, directed by Gary Griffin. Hand To [...]

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Mark Shenton’s week: Provincetown? Broadway-on-Sea, more like by Mark Shenton

I’ve just had my eighth summer vacation, as they call them over in the US, in Provincetown, on the farthest point of

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Lucinda Morrison: 5 tips to get started in theatre PR by Susan Elkin

Lucinda Morrison was head of press at the National Theatre from 2000 to 2016. Having first joined the NT as senior press

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Joseph Ayre: ‘Taking on West End role feels like winning a lottery’ by David Hutchison

Before finishing drama school, Ayre landed a leading West End role in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time from

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Monday, July 25, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Melissa Errico, Jackie Hoffman, Michael Cumpsty Read the Apple Cart Tonight by Andrew Gans

The evening is part of the acclaimed Project Shaw series.

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See the Birth of A Chorus Line in Rare Photos of Broadway Original by Hannah Vine

In honor of the original Broadway opening of A Chorus Line July 25, 1975, view a collection of rare photos of the original cast rehearsing and performing a Broadway game-changer.

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Sonia Payes: Parallel Futures by Arts Review

Recipient of the 2014 McClelland Achievement Prize, the McClelland Sculpture Park + Gallery presents a survey exhibition of the work of Sonia Payes in Parallel Futures until 6 November 201…

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Video Flash: Watch Tony Nominee David Yazbek Preview a Tune From His Latest Musical

Yazbek sings a number from The Band's Visit.

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Could Trisha Yearwood Be Elphaba on Broadway? by Olivia Clement

The self-confessed theatre fan and songstress chats dream roles, favorite songs and the show that changed her life.

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The Untold Stories Behind the Most Famous Photos in Broadway History by Michael Gioia

Steve and Anita Shevett, the house photographers for the Tony Awards since 1980, reveal the stories behind the iconic shots that captured unforgettable Broadway moments.

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Theater notes: 2017 film adaptation is frightfully good news for Rage of the Stage by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

James Michael Shoberg will adapt “Fright Night,” into a stage play next year, the culmination of his years of adapting classics into plays with a streak of the macabre and the erotic and…

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