Monday, March 2, 2015 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Review: Lippy (Young Vic) - 'devilishly smart'

Last year's Fringe First Award-winner has transferred to the Young Vic

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Monday, March 2, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Bryan Cranston to produce JM Barrie musical Finding Neverland by Associated Press

Breaking Bad star joins team for Harvey Weinstein’s Broadway show about the Peter Pan authorThe upcoming Broadway musical Finding Neverland has found a new producer to join its ranks: Brya…

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'Grease' is the word at Kinnelon High School

"Grease" will rock 'n' roll on the stage at Kinnelon High School on March 6 and 7, as the KHS Theatre Company makes its final preparations for its annual musical production.

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A blossoming story written by Pequannock resident on stage in March

"In the Car With Blossom and Len" premiers this weekend at the Centenary Stage Company. The award-winning play was written by Pequannock's Joni Fritz.

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Monday, March 2, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Fashions for Men by

Fashions for Men Off Broadway, Mint Theater Reviewed by Dave Osmundsen BOTTOM LINE: Hilarious, heartbreaking, and gorgeously designed, Fashions for Men is a deftly-constructed examination …

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Debbie Voigt: Voigt Lessons at 92Y by Sarah B. Roberts

Last week Debbie Voigt presented the new York City premier of her one woman show "Voigt Lessons" at the 92nd Street Y last Thursday night.  And girl, there were lessons to be …

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Monday, March 2, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)

PHOTO CALL: Jessica Vosk Debuts at 54 Below with Andréa Burns, Martha Plimpton and Rebecca Lu by Joseph Marzullo

Jessica Vosk, who was seen in Broadway's The Bridges of Madison County, made her NYC solo debut Feb. 27 at 54 Below in I Came From Jersey For This! 

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

Get into the festival spirit this week with Sprint and Women of the World in London, and Sick! in Manchester and Brighton – and catch Juliette Binoche as Antigone, great Finnish circus and…

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The sponsorship files: who funds our biggest arts institutions by Susanna Rustin and George Arnett

We now know what BP pays the Tate to get its logo on posters. But what do other institutions receive from their donors – and how much would you pay to have dinner with a Viking? Continue r…

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Monday, March 2, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)

‘The Three Musketeers’ at Encore Stage & Studio by Julia L. Exline

Encore Stage & Studio presents The Three Musketeers, adapted for the stage and composed by Matthew Heap, with direction by Susan Alison Keady. A large number of young actors (over 25 tot…

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60 Days, 60 Cast Recordings: Day 13~ Closer Than Ever by Onstagecritics

Chris Peterson / OnStage Editor in Chief Over the next 60 days, everyday we will be featuring and reviewing a musical cast recording. The purpose behind this is to try … Continue readi…

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Monday, March 2, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Sweating Equity by Rob Weinert-Kendt

The last thing I wrote about the controversy over L.A.’s Equity 99-Seat Plan, for American Theatre magazine, was more personal than the typical news report; I felt I couldn’t help but in…

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Abundance by Darryl Reilly

This post is by Darryl Reilly Inspired by real life events of the 1860's and concerned with telling the relatively unknown stories of women pioneers, "Abundance" is highly engrossing, steepe…

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Episode 308 - Janet Krupin by Joel B. New

Janet Krupin is a vocalist and writer for the EDM duo Trillium, whose Aurora EP is now available on iTunes. She’s been on Broadway in Bring It On (Kylar), If/Then (Swing), and Hands on A H…

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Cast of Sting’s The Last Ship Rallies for Tonight’s Reunion Concert by Andrew Gans

Cast members from the Sting musical The Last Ship, which ended its Broadway run Jan. 24, reunite March 2 at 54 Below.

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Newly Expanded Segal Awards Presented at Lincoln Center Tonight; Audra McDonald Hosts by Carey Purcell

Audra McDonald, who recently won her sixth Tony Award for her performance in Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill, hosts the Martin E. Segal Awards, which are presented March 2 a…

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Laura Benanti, Kristin Chenoweth, Alan Cumming and Kelli O’Hara Honor Helen Mirren at Tonight’s Roun by Michael Gioia

Roundabout Theatre Company, under the artistic direction of Todd Haimes, presents its annual 2015 spring gala, entitled There Is Nothing Like a Dame, March 2 in the Grand Ballroom of the Wal…

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Rarely Heard Songs Captured On Fun Home Star’s New “Rodgers, Rodgers & Guettel” Album by Adam Hetrick

Judy Kuhn, who returns to Broadway this spring in the new musical Fun Home, will record an album dedicated to the music of Richard Rodgers, his daughter Mary Rodgers and her son Adam Guettel…

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PLAYBILL VAULT’S Today In Theatre History: MARCH 2 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley and Ernio Hernandez

1900 Composer Kurt Weill is born today in Dessau, Germany. He will compose the score for Bertolt Brecht's Threepenny Opera, and Mahagonny. Among his many works, Lady in the Dark will be …

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Susan Smith Blackburn Prize Awarded Today; Finalists Include Lisa D’Amour’s Airline Highway and Heid by Carey Purcell

The 2014-15 Susan Smith Blackburn Prize, which honors female playwrights, is given March 2 in New York City.

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Director Says Audiences Will “Root For Carrie Till She Kills You” in New Immersive Staging by Sheryl Flatow

The fourth wall will be shattered for audiences at La Mirada Theatre when they attend a high school prom gone horrifically wrong in the immersive production of the cult musical Carrie.

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Gay Identity, Race and Family Deepen The Mystery of Love and Sex, Opening Off-Broadway Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Academy Award nominee Diane Lane and Tony nominee Tony Shalhoub return to the New York Stage in Bathsheba Doran's The Mystery of Love & Sex, which officially opens Off-Broadw…

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InDepth InterView: Rachel Potter Talks New Album, NOT SO BLACK & WHITE, Plus Looks Back At EVITA, WICKED, THE X FACTOR & More by Pat Cerasaro

Today we are talking to one of the breakout stars of Season 3 of FOX's recent reality competition series THE X FACTOR and a stalwart Broadway regular in her own right, the passionate and ver…

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Dance review: Attack Theatre divides, conquers in 'Between'

On the surface, Attack Theatre’s latest mainstage show might have claimed the name “Between” because it was performed in between performances of the Pittsburgh Opera’s “Sumeid…

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