Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

How Christian Borle got buff to play the Bard in ‘Something Rotten!’ by Barbara Hoffman

How big are Christian Borle’s arms? Well, they have their own Twitter account — @ChrisBorlesArms — which the star of Broadway’s “Something Rotten!” swears he has nothing to do wi…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review: That Bachelorette Show!

A new interactive show issues a siren call for bachelorette parties from across the tri-state area.

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Tony Winner Hugh Jackman Takes Another Visit to the Fun Home by Andrew Gans and Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner Hugh Jackman, who was seen on Broadway earlier this season in Jez Butterworth's The River, attended the April 25 matinee performance of the critically acclaimed new mus…

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Chicago Theater Review: A FUNNY THING HAPPENED ON THE WAY TO THE FORUM (Porchlight at Stage 773) by Lawrence Bommer

ANCIENT LAUGHS TIMES TEN An irresistible mix of Roman “new comedy,” commedia dell’arte, and vaudeville, A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum rivals The Producers as the funni…

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Rex Reed Remembers ‘Time’ Critic Richard Corliss by Rex Reed, Rex Reed

The world of critics who view their duty as a craft got a little smaller this week when Time critic Richard Corliss died

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Felicity Huffman and Rebecca Pidgeon work to set 'Anarchist' free by David Ng

In "The Anarchist," by David Mamet, a former political radical who has served 35 years in jail argues for clemency from a prison official who holds the power to set her free.

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Disney's 'Beauty and the Beast' at Playhouse Square: Can it still enchant in a 'Frozen' era? (Review) by Laura Demarco, The Plain Dealer

Long, long ago, before Queen Elsa and Princess Anna brought girl power to Arendelle in "Frozen," another Disney princess proved her mettle. Disney's 1991 "Beauty and the Beas…

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Theatre Odyssey marks 10 years of 10-Minute Plays by Jay Handelman

Company hopes to expand its reach and production style in coming years.... Read more » The post Theatre Odyssey marks 10 years of 10-Minute Plays appeared first on Ticket Sarasota.

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Arvada Center and Irish folk band Colcannon join forces in musical by Lisa Kennedy

In a fluorescent-blasted rehearsal room in the Arvada Center, a group of actors are having a kinetic go at a jig.

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'To Kill a Mockingbird' play to go on under Harper Lee group by The Associated Press

MONROEVILLE, Ala. (AP) — "To Kill a Mockingbird" author Harper Lee has started a nonprofit company that will produce a play about the book, ending a dispute that threatened to derail t…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Theater News: Off-Broadway's The Fantasticks Won't Close After All

The long-running musical reverses its plan to end its run.

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Review: The Wunderkammer, Natural History Museum by Grace Watts

The improvisation group Do Not Adjust Your Stage performed their latest show The Wunderkammer at one of the Natural History Museum late night openings. The idea of The Wunderkammer is simp…

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Samuel West interview: The actor and director on austerity, unionisation, and not mentioning his famous parents

The arts aren't an add-on We have a real problem with the double squeeze of Arts Council cuts and local authority cuts. Ultimately the problems in today's society – truancy, crime, ill hea…

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Photo Flash: Saturday Intermission Pics, 4/25 - ON THE TOWN, AN AMERICAN IN PARIS, KINKY BOOTS, and More! by BroadwayWorld

It's Saturday, and that means it's time for BroadwayWorld's 'Saturday Intermission Pics' roundup

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Review: Measure for Measure, Barbican Silk Street Theatre by Lisa Carroll

Not only am I not familiar with Shakespeare’s Measure for Measure (much to my shame), but I also cannot speak fluent Russian, which could have made my evening at the Barbican’s Silk Stre…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

“Wonderland, Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure” channels a glam Queen by Hedy Weiss

Who would have guessed that a little 19th century English girl by the name of ... The post “Wonderland, Alice’s Rock & Roll Adventure” channels a glam Queen appeared f…

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EXIT REVIEW of “Gus’s Fashions and Shoes” – an ArtsBeatLA vlog – Los Angeles theater review video by Pauline Adamek

Pauline Adamek from presents Exit Reviews; a new series of ‘vlogs’ or video reviews. Here’s the newest Exit Review for the exciting and powerful play GusR…

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LOST SOULS by Joanne Kaufman

Lisa D’Amour’s new play is a welter of empty talk and patronizing clichés about the ennobled underclass.

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Photo Coverage: Go Inside SIGNIFICANT OTHER Rehearsal with Lindsay Mendez, Gideon Glick, and More! by Walter McBride

Joshua Harmon's Significant Other, directed by Trip Cullman, is currently in rehearsal. The play features Barbara Barrie, John Behlmann, Sas Goldberg, Gideon Glick, Lindsay Mendez,Carra Patt…

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Photo Coverage: Inside the DOCTOR ZHIVAGO Gypsy Robe Ceremony by Walter McBride

The company of DOCTOR ZHIVAGO just celebrated their opening with the Gypsy Robe ceremonyl, at which Lainie Sakakura from THE KING AND I passed off the robe to Joseph Medeiros. BroadwayWorld …

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Muny makes year-round plans for a new century

As it approaches its 100th anniversary, the open-air theater looks for ways to connect in the off-season.

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Pulitzer Arts Foundation is set to reopen

Grand Center venue to showcase solo exhibitions by prominent sculptors. 

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Everyman by John Morrison

'Happy Fucking Birthday!' they shout as Everyman's friends and hangers-on surround him, whipping up an orgy of shots-and-coke-fuelled celebration. The lights flash and the music is turned up…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

PICT adds three shows to 'Jacque Brel' after scheduled run sells out by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

PICT Classic Theatre has added three performances to its run of “Jacques Brel is Alive and Well and Living in Paris” after all 10 of the scheduled shows sold out. A matinee has been adde…

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This smart, irreverent new comedy makes Broadway a more exciting, youth-friendly place.

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Major revision in Non-Equity Jeff nominations list as Hypocrites deemed Equity theater by Hedy Weiss

The ever-scrupulous Jeff Awards Committee was confronted with a highly unusual situation Friday — the very morning after they had announced the list of Non-Equity Jeff nominations in which…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Interview of Dana Perino by Angela Greiling Keane at The National Press Club by Marlene Hall

Former National Press Club President Angela Greiling Keane interviewed Dana Perino in front of a full crowd, including former White House press secretary Marlin Fitzwater, Friday night at t…

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Kristin Chenoweth Will Miss Both On the Twentieth Century Shows April 25 by Andrew Gans and Michael Gioia

Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth will be out of the Saturday, April 25 matinee and evening performances of On the Twentieth Century due to illness, a show spokesperson c…

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An Introduction to ME, or Don’t Invite Me to Your Shows by Trav S.D.

An adverse reaction to a review I posted here a couple of days ago convinces me of the necessity of this public declaration that I hope will make one thing abundantly clear: unless you have …

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Review: All’s Well That Ends Well/Stage Left Theatre by Aaron Hunt

RECOMMENDED If “All’s Well That Ends Well” is, as some critics insist, a “problem comedy,” then director Drew Martin, by setting the play in the Mafia-land of television’s popula…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Readers offer advice to Joe Haj and new Guthrie administration

Last Sunday, we heard from local theater leaders about their dreams for the Guthrie. Readers threw in their two cents’ worth.

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Lee Blessing's 'For the Loyal' premieres in Minneapolis at the Illusion Theater

Playwright Lee Blessing is back in Minneapolis for the premiere of “For the Loyal,” inspired by the Penn State sex abuse scandal.

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How Walker Art Center inspired the new Whitney Museum

As he prepares to open the New York museum’s riverfront home, director Adam Weinberg talks about his Minnesota roots.

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Betty Buckley Attends West End CATS & Candidly Comments, 'I Started To Cry' by Pat Cerasaro

The original Broadway Grizabella lets the memory live again in the UK

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Elaine Paige Comments On Kristin Chenoweth In ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Pat Cerasaro

A pair of legendary leading ladies converge at ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Breaking: Chicago's Non-Equity Jeff Awards Disqualify 'The Hypocrites' and Rescind Nominations by BroadwayWorld

Sean Graney, who recently returned to Chicago to resume his post as Artistic Director of The Hypocrites, informed the Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee that he just learned the theater compa…

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Review: Who Cares at by Lizzie Loveridge

Michael Wynne's original play looks at the issues surrounding the world’s fifth largest employer, the National Health Service

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Review: Dr. Zhivago at by Miriam Colin

a story and songs that often soar, but it also bore

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"Airline Highway" Goes Right into The Heart of the Underside of the American Dream by Broadway & Me

There is a direct line connecting the down and outers waiting for Hickey in The Iceman Cometh and the outcasts who gather in the parking lot of the Hummingbird Motel for the premature funera…

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Off-Broadway Landmark The Fantasticks Takes Down Closing Notice, Will Continue by Robert Viagas

The Off-Broadway revival of The Fantasticks, the longest-running musical in world history and the longest-running play of any kind in American history, announced today that it wa…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

JOBS: AYT Weekly Jobs Round-Up: April 25 by James Lillywhite

Are you looking for work in the arts industry? Each week we at A Younger Theatre are featuring the best job applications from across the arts spectrum. Whether you’re looking for permanent…

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Don Black In Conversation – Pt 1: Cabaret by Jonathan Baz

Don BlackThe London Festival of Cabaret opens this week and runs for a fortnight across the city. Featuring a line-up from both sides of the Atlantic you can expect legendary names getting u…

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BWW Interview: Carman Napier Talks Bringing EVITA Back to New York with the Gallery Players by Anna Bencivengo

Napier recently chatted with BroadwayWorld about her history with EVITA, the pressures of playing an iconic role and historical figure, her favorite moments in the show, and much more. Check…

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‘Little Shop of Horrors’ at Laurel Mill Playhouse by Susan Brall

Little Shop of Horrors opened last night at the Laurel Mill Play House, directed by Michael Hartsfield and produced by Maureen Rogers. This quirky satirical farce has become an American clas…

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Fuse Visual Arts Review: Photographer Gordon Parks — Return to Fort Scott by Arts Fuse Editor

Back To Fort Scott, a compact, affecting exhibition of meticulously printed black and white photographs, is like a grainy, retro speed bump between the museum's adjacent galleries.

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Off-Broadway's The Fantasticks Will Not Close on May 3 by BroadwayWorld

Producers of THE FANTASTICKS, Catherine Russell and Al Parinello have announced that they will now be able to keep Off Broadway's longest running musical from closing. Two donors longtime fa…

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The Ensemblist’s Mo Brady and Jackson Cline visit David Hibbard...

The Ensemblist’s Mo Brady and Jackson Cline visit David Hibbard and the ensemblists of Broadway’s Something Rotten!

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Jeff Awards disqualify The Hypocrites and release new nominations by Chris Jones

The Joseph Jefferson Awards Committee said on Saturday that it had disqualified The Hypocrites from its 2014-15 non-Equity awards, due to its discovery of the theater's status as a Equity …

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at noon (Broadway Time)

Never Grow Up: Backstage at Finding Neverland with Laura Michelle Kelly, Episode 7: Good Morning by

It's a long day at Finding Neverland as Laura Michelle Kelly and the cast get up super early to be on Good Morning America.

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Celebrating Pippin From Jackson Five to Diana Ross, Broadway and Beyond! (Video) by Playbill Staff

The Tony Award-winning Broadway revival of Pippin, starring Matthew James Thomas and Patina Miller, opened April 25, 2013, at the Music Box Theatre.

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Jonathan Pryce on Tom Stoppard, 'Write Something More Comprehensible' by BroadwayWorld

Jonathan Pryce recently spoke out in defense of theatre audiences and against playwright Tom Stoppard.

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Up on the Marquee: AN ACT OF GOD by Walter McBride

An Act of God, starring Emmy and Golden Globe Award winner Jim Parsons, two-time Tony Award nominee Christopher Fitzgerald and Tim Kazurinsky, begins performances on Tuesday, May 7, 2015 and…

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ArtsBeat: Anonymous Donors Keep ‘The Fantasticks’ Open by Michael Paulson

The producers of the long-running Off-Broadway staple had announced last month that they would close the show in early May.

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‘Finding Neverland’ at The Lunt-Fontanne Theatre in New York City by Richard Seff

I suggest that producers, composers, writers, stars and others with lots of money earned from their work other than in theatre, those who have done no apprenticeship in theatre, who have nev…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Theater Review | Westchester: Review of ‘Outside Mullingar’ in Armonk by David Dewitt

“Outside Mullingar,” by John Patrick Shanley, a 2014 nominee for the Tony Award for best play, is being presented by the Hudson Stage Company.

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Theater Review | New Jersey: A Review of ‘Rapture, Blister, Burn’ at the Dreamcatcher Repertory Theater in Summit by Ken Jaworowski

“Rapture, Blister, Burn,” a play by Gina Gionfriddo, will run through May 3 at the Dreamcatcher Repertory Theater in Summit, N.J.

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Look back in ardor: the Tony Award-winning Cleveland Play House, 2011-2015 (photo gallery) by Andrea Simakis

A look back at some of the productions staged at Tony Award-winning Cleveland Play House.

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Ticket Offer: £10 tickets to Result at Pleasance Theatre by Alex Green

Result Sketty Theatre Pleasance Theatre, Islington | 21st April – 17th May Ichiro is living far from home in rainy England, where the only language he understands is football. A…

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Ticket Offer: £15 tickets to Everyman at the National Theatre by Alex Green

Everyman a new adaptation by Carol Ann Duffy National Theatre | 22 April – 30 August Everyman explodes onto the stage in a startling production with words by Carol Ann Duffy, Poet L…

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Competition: Win a pair of tickets to The Sound of Music UK Tour by Alex Green

The Sound of Music UK Tour One of the greatest musicals of all time returns to the stage in a magnificent new production to enchant and enthral the young and the young at heart. Based on Bar…

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Competition: Win a pair of Festival Passes to Watch Out Festival at Cambridge Junction by Alex Green

Watch Out Festival Cambridge Junction Saturday 21 May WATCH OUT is a festival of dangerous new theatre, dance and spoken word at Cambridge Junction. A new annual festival of the mind-expand…

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Competition: Win a pair of tickets to Teddy at Southwark Playhouse by Alex Green

Teddy Southwark Playhouse | 4 -27 June  Snapdragon Productions and Theatre Bench presents the world premiere of Teddy by Tristan Bernays with music by Dougal Irvine. Elephant and Cast…

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BWW Interview: Elisabeth Moss Reflects on SPEED THE PLOW- 'It Was Very Difficult' by Richard Ridge

Screen Actors Guild Foundation and Broadway World have partnered for a filmed Conversations QampA series to recognize and celebrate the vibrant theatre community in New York City and the act…

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Kristin Chenoweth Out of Today’s On the Twentieth Century Matinee by Andrew Gans and Michael Gioia

Tony Award winner Kristin Chenoweth will be out of the Saturday, April 25 at 2 PM matinee performance of On the Twentieth Century due to illness, a show spokesperson confir…

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Poldark, nipples, nudity and not eating: Heida Reed gets honest by Radhika Sanghani

Poldark star Heida Reed is currently acting in a play about slut-shaming and revenge porm. She talks to Radhika Sanghani about topless Aidan Turner, freeing the nipple and her own body insec…

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Photo Flash: Hugh Jackman, Russell Crowe, Raúl Esparza Celebrate Anne Hathaway's Stage Return in Grounded

The Oscar winner stars in the Public Theater production of George Brant's drama, directed by Julie Taymor.

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: Meet Gideon Glick, Lindsay Mendez, and the Stars of Joshua Harmon's Significant Other

Trip Cullman directs the new play for Roundabout Theatre Company.

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Living on Love - Maestro (Douglas Sills) vs Diva (Renee Fleming) misses the bulls eye called comedy by a long shot by Oscar E. Moore

The curtain call was the funniest sequence in the entire show. But a little too late to save the day.

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 4/25/15- THE SECRET GARDEN by Stage Tube

Today in 1991, The Secret Garden opened at the St. James Theatre, where it ran for 709 performances.The Secret Garden is a musical based on the 1911 novel of the same name by Frances Hodgson…

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What Will Nab a Nod?! Ranks the 2015 Tony Contenders for Best Play & Beyond by Beth Stevens

After the busiest April in recent memory (do we say that every year?), it’s awards season! Now we’re obsessing over our annual Tony forecast, including frontrunners, hopefuls and…

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Ticket Offer: £5 tickets to Beta Testing at Jackson’s Lane by Alex Green

Beta Testing Circus Geeks Jackon’s Lane | 30 April 8pm Beta Testing is a hotchpotch remix of juggling subculture and influences such as TED talks, The Hitch Hikers Guide to the G…

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‘The Fox on the Fairway’ at Reston Community Players by Gina Dalfonzo

“Golf is not a game, but a way of life. A religion, if you will,” intones Henry Bingham, president of the Quail Valley Country Club, in Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway, playing now…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Matthew Morrison Will Sing National Anthem Tomorrow by Andrew Gans

Matthew Morrison, who stars in the new Broadway musical Finding Neverland, will sing the National Anthem at the final game of the first leg of the 2015 Subway Series.

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Features: My Top 5 Showtunes: Michael Urie

From Miss Saigon to Gypsy, the Buyer and Cellar star fills us in on his favourite showtunes

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Review: The Seagull, Theatro Technis by Tal Fox

The Acting Gymnasium takes a classic play, Chekhov’s The Seagull and brings it into the First World War. The themes are timeless, looking at complicated relationships, whether it’s betwe…

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Something Rotten by Sandi Durell

            By Brian Scott Lipton   Let’s face it, you’re almost asking for trouble when you name your new musical “Something Rotten.” Luckily, for…

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BWW TV: Laissez les Bon Temps Rouler! Go Inside Opening Night of AIRLINE HIGHWAY! by BroadwayWorld TV

Manhattan Theatre Club's presentation of Steppenwolf Theatre Company's production of Airline Highway, the new play by Pulitzer Prize finalist Lisa D'Amour Detroit, directed by two-time Tony …

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Liza Minnelli on Bruce Jenner, 'It Takes a True Champion to be Who They Really Are' by BroadwayWorld

Ever since the announcement of his gender change, Bruce Jenner has been receiving mixed reactions. But the latest icon to voice her opinion is wholeheartedly supportive of the decision.

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Tonight on TCM: Deathdream, or Dead of Night by Trav S.D.

  Tonight (tomorrow morning really) at 2:15am (EST), Turner Classic Movies will be showing the early Bob Clark film Deathdream, a.k.a. Dead of Night (1974). The under-rated Clark was…

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Theater News: Anastasia Stage Musical Sets World Premiere

The musical with a score by Lynn Ahrens and Stephen Flaherty will be helmed by Gentleman's Guide director Darko Tresnjak.

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Less than a third of new plays written by women, report finds by Georgia Snow

Under a third of new plays performed in UK theatres are written by women, a new report has revealed. The report, published

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Review: Living on Love at by Elyse Sommer

Opera Diva Reneé Fleming couldn't have wished for a more apt role for her non-operatic stage debut, if only it had been in a more substantial play .

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Review: Golem, Trafalgar Studios by Lisa Carroll

In the heart of busy London town, you can find yourself sucked into to an alternate, dystopian world at the hands of acclaimed company, 1927, who bring their latest hit Golem to Trafalgar St…

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Review: Light Shining in Buckinghamshire, National Theatre by Amy Merrigan

The time is 1650 and revolution is in the air. Caryl Churchill’s play is about Ranters, Levellers, Diggers and the gentry. Or in other words, the English Civil War, seen through snapshots …

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Review: Animals, Theatre503 by Tamsin Paternoster

Animals slowly unfolds like an utterly bizarre hybrid version of Hansel, Gretel and The Handmaid’s Tale. Dripping with inverted Orwellian-inspired newspeak and almost perverse slapstick hu…

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)

LIVING ON LOVE – An unfortunate serving of Diva Dish by Oscar E Moore

This lackluster and ill-conceived production directed by Kathleen Marshall will be remembered for all the wrong reasons.  Based on the 1985 play “Peccadillo” by Garson Kanin and adapted…

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Jennifer Haley’s The Nether Ends West End Season Tonight by Mark Shenton

The West End transfer of Jennifer Haley's The Nether, which received its U.K. premiere at London's Royal Court in Jeremy Herrin's co-production with Headlong Theatre last sum…

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Features: Confessions of a Box Office Manager: When the show must not go on

When the Stalls flood with sewage, there's only one thing to do

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Review: The Heart of Adrian Lovett, Theatre Delicatessen by Tom Shore

There is a moment in The Heart of Adrian Lovett where the actors decide to do away with the fourth wall, pull up a couple of chairs and begin a conversation with the audience about how to fi…

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Adrienne Haan Rocks at The Cutting Room by Sandi Durell

              Adrienne Haan, one of Europe’s and America’s most electrifying concert and cabaret stars, debuted her new show, Rock Le Cabaret! …

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BWW's On This Day - April 25, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on April 25 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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How Hofesh Shechter is filling the gap in dance apprenticeships by Eleanor Turney

“There is all this talent,” says choreographer Hofesh Shechter, “and what are we doing with it?”. Well, in Shechter’s case, more than

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)

The Hard Work And Close Bonds Of Competitive College A Cappella by Linda Holmes

Pitch Perfect may have made the International Championship of Collegiate A Cappella look like a personality contest, but the real competition takes long hours and exacting musicianship.

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MICF: Dave Warneke Dates The Entire Audience by Anne-Marie Peard

I’ve heard of double-dating but this is ridiculous. Dave Warneke makes us feel like we’re the most beautiful audience in the world for one very special night of passion and romance in Da…

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Why 'I love you more than Netflix' by Chris Jones

At the Second City e.t.c. comedy show the other night, I was pulled up short. The moment was a sequence of sketches all dealing with our addiction to technology. After watching someone play …

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)

St. Louis Visionary Awards return, powered by new visionaries

Seven women in the arts will be recognized Monday evening.

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Burlesque club eyes Washington Avenue

Boom Boom Room seeking 3 a.m. liquor license

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Steve Coogan fails in pursuit of ‘Happyish’ by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Extra! Extra! Well-off middle-aged white guy undergoes midlife crisis! Let’s make a TV show about it! Sorry to break it you, “Happyish,” but if you’re going to be a comedy...

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SHOWBIZ NATION LIVE! Interview Tony And Grammy Winner HEATHER HEADLEY by Michael J. Roberts

SHOWBIZ NATION LIVE! Interview Tony And Grammy Winner HEATHER HEADLEY from SHOWBIZ CHICAGO on Vimeo. TONY and GRAMMY AWARD winner HEATHER HEADLEY discusses her incredible career including he…

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Theater review: Airline Highway

A static play about people partying at a rundown New Orleans motel.

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The Visit by Doug Marino

Another opening.... another show.... and this one is another chosen investment.  No matter what they say, I could not be prouder of this production.  Here's what all the real criti…

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iOW@ by Doug Marino

They're either really good or... well, they aren't.  In this case it really, really isn't.  little i.  @ sign instead of a.  I should have known it was a dud just from th…

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Meet the Producers and Director of RCP’s ‘The Fox on the Fairway': Bea and Jerry Morse and Adam Konowe by Diane Jackson Schnoor

The award-winning Reston Community Players are proud to bring Ken Ludwig’s The Fox on the Fairway back to the DC Metro area through May 3rd.. The stuffy atmosphere of a private golf club i…

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Norm Lewis and Rebecca Luker Bring 'SWINGING ON A STAR' to NJPAC Tonight by BroadwayWorld

New Jersey Performance Arts Center NJPAC announces the all the magical, timeless hits by Sinatra songwriter Jimmy Van Heusen -- 'My Kind of Town,' 'All the Way,' 'Call Me Irresponsible' -- p…

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Pasek & Paul and DOGFIGHT Stars Come to the Landmark on Main Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Benj Pasek and Justin Paul, Tony-nominated songwriters of Broadway's A Christmas Story, The Musical and composers of the off-Broadway musical Dogfight, are coming to Landmark - and they're b…

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Carman Napier, Dale Sampson and Jonathan Mesisca Lead EVITA, Opening Tonight at Gallery Players by BroadwayWorld

The Gallery Players announces EVITA, the final musical of their 48th Season. With music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Tim Rice, this epic musical is directed by Mark Harborth Rent, Dr…

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Colman Domingo Directs New York City Children's Theater's A BAND OF ANGELS, Beginning Today by Broadwayworld Jr

New York City Children's Theater formerly Making Books Sing will present A BAND OF ANGELS this spring, commemorating the ten-year anniversary of the musical along with the 150th Anniversary …

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Saturday, April 25, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Interviews: 5 Questions With Scream Star Matthew Lillard

Lillard, also known for his roles in films like Scooby Doo and The Descendants, turns to theatrical directing in the latest phase of his career.

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Beth Malone on Passing as a 'Girly Girl,' Owning Her Identity and the Miracle of Fun Home by

Playing lesbian cartoonist and novelist Alison Bechdel has been life-altering for Broadway vet Beth Malone. Find out why in this special video feature.

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Michael Jackson and Stephen Schwartz? 10 Surprising Pop Covers of Broadway Songs by Ben Rimalower

Pop and Broadway may seem like a surprising combination to some. But the two fields of entertainment have a long history of overlapping. correspondent Ben Rimalower offers a col…

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A Fine Showmance: How Lisa Kron’s Biggest Admirer Became Her Life Partner by Whitney Spaner

As part of our ongoing profiles of theatre couples, sits down with Pulitzer Prize-nominated wives Lisa Kron and Madeline George as the two discuss a lifetime of living and w…

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A Fine Showmance: How Lisa Kron’s Biggest Fan Became Her Life Partner by Whitney Spaner

As part of our ongoing profiles of theatre couples, sits down with Pulitzer Prize-nominated wives Lisa Kron and Madeline George as the two discuss a lifetime of living and w…

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Stage Views: Once Tony Nominee Elizabeth A. Davis On Hamilton, The Lion, Alysha Umphress and More by Andrew Gans's series features actors commenting on their recent theatregoing experiences, what productions they're looking forward to and more.

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A Band of Angels, Directed by Scottsboro Boys Star, Begins in NYC by Olivia Clement

Award-winning actor Colman Domingo, who recently starred in the critically acclaimed civil rights film "Selma," directs the New York City Children’s Theater productio…

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Cats Closes at London Palladium Tonight, But Returns in October by Mark Shenton

Cats ends its current season at the London Palladium April 25, but as previously announced, it will return there for a further ten week season beginning Oct. 23, so it is only really a hiatu…

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That Bachelorette Show!, Where Audiences Pick the Groom, Opens Tonight by Andrew Gans

That Bachelorette Show!, which is billed as "a brand-new interactive parody of America's favorite reality romance shows," officially opens April 25 following previews that …

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Intimate Evita Rocks Brooklyn Starting Tonight by Andrew Gans

The Gallery Players production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Tony-winning Evita plays the Brooklyn venue April 25-May 17.

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Playbill Video Week in Review: Darren Criss, Hamilton Celebrates A Chorus Line, Highlights From Some by Mark Ezovski

As the final shows of the Broadway season opened, Playbill featured highlights from Something Rotten!, Fun Home and The Visit. We took at look at this past January's Junior Theater Festi…

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Lindsay Mendez and Derek Klena Reunite Tonight for Pasek and Paul Concert, Also Featuring Ben Platt by Michael Gioia

Lindsay Mendez and Derek Klena, who starred in the Off-Broadway musical Dogfight, reunite April 25 at Landmark on Main Street in Port Washington, NY, for a celebration of the music of Be…

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