Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Aug. 20 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, August 20, 2017 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

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BWW Flashback: ON YOUR FEET Will Conga One Last Time on Broadway Today! by Stephanie Wild

On Your Feet, the Gloria Estefan bio-musical closes today, August 20, after a nearly two year run at the Marquis Theatre. The show will launch a national tour this fall, with plans to also r…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Pageant, London Irish Centre by Olivia Gibbs-Fairley

Drag has always been prominent within the performing arts. In recent years, with drag culture becoming more and more celebrated and mainstream, thanks to RuPaul’s Drag Race and Drag I…

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GOOD GIRL – #EdFringe by Daniel Perks

At ten years old, GG (Naomi Sheldon) is of the impression that in order to be liked, she has to be a Good Girl. She’s at the county swimming championships and her coach is telling her …

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DON’T BLAME THE BANKERS… $T00PID! – Canal Cafe Theatre by Helen McWilliams

Don’t Blame The Bankers… $t00pid has one final performance at Canal Café Theatre, tonight! Book your tickets here: Canal Cafe Theatre Box Office Star rating: ***** 45 minute…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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The Arts on Stamps of the World — August 20 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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Review: FREAK, The Space by Charlotte Irwin

FREAK is undeniably provocative. Juxtaposing lap dancing club orgies with first time sexual experiences, Anna Jordan’s sex-focused play seeks entry to the growing canon of flawed female ch…

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In Which I Rank the Top 10 Film Comedy Teams of the Sound Era by Trav S.D.

Because we like to swim in dangerous waters, we thought we’d ruin your Sunday by dashing off a quick listicle ranking the top ten male classic movie comedy teams of the sound era. By &…

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Review: Olympilads, Theatre N16 by Alice Devoy

Anyone who was around in 2012 (or indeed most of 2011) will remember the HYPE that surrounded the London Olympic games. Stepping through the doors at Theatre N16 and seeing copious amounts o…

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Macbeth review – high camp, dark drama and more than a hint of Game of Thrones by Rowena Smith

Festival theatre, EdinburghThis new production from Teatro Regio Torino has a solid cast and striking imagery backed by a richly nuanced account of Verdi’s score Verdi’s take on the Scot…

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A SPOONFUL OF SHERMAN – Live at Zedel by Emma Clarendon

Celebrating a selection of music written by three generations of the Sherman family, A Spoonful of Sherman has plenty to make you smile about.

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - August 20, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on August 20 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Review: The Cambridge Footlights International Tour: Dream Sequence, Pleasance Dome by Beatrix Swanson Scott

The Cambridge Footlights might be Britain’s most famous sketch comedy troupe. The university society claim such alumni as Stephen Fry and Sue Perkins and are a regular presence at the Frin…

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Review: Sleepwalkers, theSpace on the Mile by Beatrix Swanson Scott

Sleepwalkers takes place simultaneously in Berlin before the outbreak of World War II and in a sinister post-Brexit Britain which has reached warzone conditions. At the heart of this play, w…

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A MONK’S TALE – #EdFringe ★★★★ by Scatter Of Opinion

Beginning their show with the habits and rules of a British society, the cast sing ‘Don’t start an argument or mention religion’. Immediately going against their own decree they leap i…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Quizzes: Test your actor knowledge: How well do you know Ben Whishaw?

With his new play Against just opened, we thought we'd test your theatre knowledge with our quiz

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REUBEN KAYE – #EdFringe ★★★★★ by Daniel Perks

If you find yourself anywhere in the vicinity of Reuben Kaye when he is performing, run. Run fast and don’t look back. If you make eye contact and the divine devil that is Kaye himself eng…

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Party Today, Panic Tomorrow with Second City by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Also on the Top Ticket Aug. 20 to 26, Jay and Silent Bob Get Old and SZA (although that last one is sold out).

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Dick Gregory, pioneering US comedian and activist, dies aged 84 by Associated Press

Gregory used his humour to break racial barriers in the 1960s and even ran for president in 1968Dick Gregory, the black comedian who broke down racial barriers in the 1960s and used humour t…

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Against review – Ben Whishaw on a mission to save the world by Michael Billington

Whishaw is quietly charismatic in this play with lofty philosophical ambitions but which ignores the social and political history behind today’s violenceBen Whishaw is a highly sympathetic…

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Review: The Marriage of Kim K, C Venues by Beatrix Swanson Scott

The Marriage of Kim K (the title is a play – pun intended – on The Marriage of Figaro) marries reality TV with classic opera and explores how people overcome differences in relationships…

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Review: Wishing on a Stopgap, theSpace on the Mile by Beatrix Swanson Scott

In Wishing on a Stopgap, a retired teacher, spending his days giving away his paperback collection to ‘anyone without a kindle’, begins to examine his many past relationships and wonder …

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Review: Hotter, Paradise in Augustines by Beatrix Swanson Scott

Hotter, a two-hander devised and performed by Mary Higgins and Ell Potter, is a kaleidoscope of song, dance, verbatim theatre, sketch comedy and heartfelt monologues. It explores women’…

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Review: How to Win Against History, Assembly George Square by Katie Smith

How to Win Against History is one of those plays at the Fringe that has the double-edged curse of “hype”. Last year, it played in the tiny Box at Assembly George Square – this year, it…

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Eyes Closed, Ears Covered: ‘How far would you go to relive a memory?’ by Press Releases

Eyes Closed, Ears Covered director Derek Anderson recalls the initial impression the script had on him and how sensitively he and author Alex Gwyther tackled the play's themes around domesti…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Lula del Ray at Underbelly by Rosemary Waugh

Starry-eyed: Rosemary Waugh reviews Manual Cinema's intergalactic coming of age story. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Lula del Ray at Underbelly appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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On my radar: Laura Carmichael’s cultural highlights by Interview By Kit Buchan

The former Downton Abbey star declares her love for Indian food, Andrew Scott’s Hamlet and RuPaul’s inspiring podcastTwo years after graduating from the Bristol Old Vic theatre school in…

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Out of Love at Summerhall Roundabout by Rosemary Waugh

BFFs: Rosemary Waugh reviews Elinor Cook's new play about female friendship. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Out of Love at Summerhall Roundabout appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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INTERVIEW: Our #SummerMusicalMoment with Rebecca Trehearn

We're loving chatting to our StageFaves about their summer plans and this week is no exception! Our #SummerMusicalMoment interview series continues with the wonderful Olivier Award-winning R…

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CHANGELING – #EdFringe by Laura Kressly

Mowgli, a ferocious boy-child raised by wolves in the jungle, has been kicked out of the pack. He’s trying to figure out what to do next when he meets a mysterious creature from another wo…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Muny at 100: Theater's opening act includes opera, politics and wide acclaim by Jnewmark@post-Dispatch.com (judith Newmark)

Next summer, the Muny will stage its 100th season of musical entertainment in Forest Park. Few theaters reach such a milestone, and none in the United States has reached it in its original v…

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Poetry to take to the art museum by Kathryn Nuernberger Special To The Post-Dispatch

St. Louis has a world-class art museum, and writers often draw inspiration from the collections there. Why not take along one of these poetry collections to read in the galleries during your…

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50 years at the Muny, Dennis Reagan leads outdoor theater into 100th season by Judith Newmark • St. Louis Post-Dispatch

When the Muny celebrates its 100th season next year, president and CEO Dennis Reagan will mark his 50th season there

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Looking at Lucian review – more a sketch of the artist by Clare Brennan

Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal BathHenry Goodman’s powerful performance fills out a sometimes superficial portrait of Lucian Freud as an older manWe are looking at the older Lucian Freud (1…

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Edinburgh theatre review: The Divide; Flight; Adam; Meet Me at Dawn by Susannah Clapp

King’s theatre; Church Hill theatre; Traverse, EdinburghA six-hour Alan Ayckbourn epic is outdone by some tiny model figures, a true-life transgender tale and two marooned women with a sec…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Phil Wang on Patrice O’Neal – indefensible views, undeniably funny by Phil Wang

Whether or not you agreed with his routines on race and gender politics, Patrice O’Neal was an incredibly funny and fearless standupPatrice O’Neal presents a challenge to the liberal com…

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A.I. allows machines to create music and art by Blouin Artinfo.

Douglas Eck in assistance with a team of Google engineers has developed "NSynth" - a machine, which creates its own music and sketches for itself. Eck always wanted to mix Artificial In…

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Pantone introduces a new color in Prince’s honor by Blouin Artinfo

The Pantone Color Institute, in collaboration with the musician’s estate, has created a new shade of purple honoring the late rock legend Prince.Pantone is considered worldwide as the auth…

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Amelia Farrugia’s ‘Diva’ at City Recital Hall, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo.

Amelia Farrugia’s show “Diva” will pay homage to two late Australian divas, Dame Joan Sutherland and June Bronhill, at City Recital Hall, Sydney. Farrugia had a personal connectio…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Comedian Phil Wang: 'I enjoy a level of patriotism that only immigrants can have' by Interview By Paul Fleckney

The British-Malaysian comic on why conversations about race in the UK have become absurd, his favourite standups and how to outdo a rival’s nipple tassels You talk a lot in your show about…

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Sunday, August 20, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Interviews: Keegan Michael-Key Wanted to Be Jason Bourne (but Ended Up Doing Shakespeare)

The Key and Peele funny man talks about his career pivot to New York City theater, on and off-Broadway.

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Aladdin and Miss Saigon Cast Members Swap Songs August 20 by Robert Viagas

Concert will benefit the spouse of a cast member paralyzed in a car accident.

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Morgan James Brings Her Reckless Abandon Tour to Hollywood Bowl August 20 by Robert Viagas

The singer-actor is also heading off to Germany, France, and the U.K.

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Why Food Plays a Crucial Role in This Former Wicked Star’s Life by Kori Frederick

Zachary Noah Piser talks food, fuel, and family.

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Relax in Bryant Park with Anastasia’s Christy Altomare by Marc J. Franklin

The Broadway leading lady shows us how she enjoys summer in New York City.

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On Your Feet! Ends Broadway Run August 20 by Andrew Gans

The Gloria Estefan bio-musical musical opened on Broadway in November 2015.

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