Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Johnny Carson Lawyer Henry Bushkin Prevails in Court vs. Pal, Carson Musical is a Go by Roger Friedman

Henry Bushkin had a good day in Los Angeles court today. He prevailed in a lawsuit brought by his pal Bruce Singer, Categories: Books Celebrity Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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ADG Film Society and American Cinematheque to Screen AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Film in Hollywood Later This Month by BroadwayWorld

The Art Directors Guild ADG Film Society and American Cinematheque will present a screening of the Academy Award-winning classic musical An American in Paris 1951, starring Gene Kelly and Le…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Patrick Cassidy, Dana Ivey, Emily Skinner, Karen Ziemba and More in A.C.T.'s A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC by BroadwayWorld

Due to popular demand, American Conservatory Theater A.C.T. has announced the extension of Stephen Sondheim and Hugh Wheeler's rapturous and seductive musical, A Little Night Music. Tickets …

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Photo Flash: Corey Cott, Ariana DeBose, Lena Hall and More in BROADWAY SINGS BRUNO MARS by BroadwayWorld

Last week, twenty of the brightest talents on Broadway were featured in Broadway Sings Bruno Mars, the latest concert in the Broadway Sings concert series. This July, producer Corey Mach God…

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Brooklyn-Born Jimmy Smits to Lead Baz Luhrmann's Netflix Series THE GET DOWN by TV News Desk

Deadline writes that Jimmy Smits will star in Baz Lurhmann's upcoming Netflix series THE GET DOWN.

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The actor who took centre stage: Tom Hiddleston by Kate Kellaway

Tom Hiddleston was named best newcomer at the Laurence Olivier Awards in March and delivered acclaimed turns in Ivanov at the Wyndham's theatre and BBC drama Wallander Continue reading...

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Broadway Sets Sales and Attendance Records With Tourism Boom by Michael Paulson

The Broadway season that just ended was the highest-grossing ever and drew more than 13 million people, the Broadway League said.

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Ryan Murphy Helps Bring Jessica Lange Back to Broadway After a Decade Away by E. Alex Jung

Jessica Lange will return to Broadway for the first time in over a decade next spring, with the Eugene O'Neill classic Long Day's Journey Into Night. Lange reprises the role of the morp…

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When Did the Art World Become About Entertaining the Kids? by Julie L. Belcove

The other day, I happened to mention to a woman I’d just met, a respected former contemporary art gallerist, that I was taking my two daughters to the David Zwirner Gallery so they could h…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Photo Flash: Cynthia Erivo, Willemijn Verkaik and More Join Jason Robert Brown in Concert at London's Royal Festival Hall by BroadwayWorld

Three-time Tony Award winning composer, lyricist, conductor, arranger, orchestrator, director and performer Jason Robert Brown presented a very special show tonight,May 26th, 2015 at London'…

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Al Jolson in “Mammy” by Trav S.D.

Today is Al Jolson’s birthday (for more on that once-in-a-century performer read my full bio here). There’s more than enough writing been done about The Jazz Singer (and I̵…

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The Beaux' Stratagem, National Theatre by Alexandra Coghlan

Between Light Shining in Buckinghamshire and Everyman It was beginning to look like we were never going to get a proper, uncomplicated laugh in Rufus Norris’s National Theatre. Thank goodn…

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Photo Special: Celebrating Two Decades of Audra McDonald Lighting Up the Tony Award Red Carpet by Joseph Marzullo

Playbill photographer Joseph Marzullo offers a twenty-year retrospective of Audra McDonald's Tony wins, red carpet looks and other related events that he has captured through the ye…

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RED BULL THEATER Will Honor Jack O’Brien, Martha Plimpton and the Off-Broadway Angels by David Gersten & Associates

RED BULL THEATER’S RUNNING OF THE RED BULLS BENEFIT Will Honor Jack O’Brien, Martha Plimpton and the Off-Broadway Angels with The 2015 Matador Awards For Excellence In Classical Thea…

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Theatreworks USA to present the Off-Broadway Premiere of Skippyjon Jones Snow What (& the 7 Chihuahuas) by David Gersten & Associates

Theatreworks USA,  By Special Arrangement with The Lucille Lortel Theatre Foundation, Presents Their 27th Anniversary of Free Summer Theatre: Skippyjon Jones Snow What (& the 7 Chihuahu…

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The Public Theater Presents NAATCO’S Acclaimed Production of AWAKE AND SING! by David Gersten & Associates

you can download hi res production photos here: https://plus.google.com/photos/102884444802045237362/albums/5913166026172125217     The Public Theater Presents NAATCO’s Acclaimed Product…

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Cast announced for The World Premiere of Amiri Baraka’s Last Play, THE MOST DANGEROUS MAN IN AMERICA (W. E. B. Du BOIS), by David Gersten & Associates

Woodie King Jr.’s New Federal Theatre 
Continues Its 46th Season, Dedicated to the Legendary Amiri Baraka: New Federal Theatre, in association with Castillo Theater, will Present The W…

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The Time Oliver Hardy Teamed Up With…John Wayne? by Trav S.D.

The Fighting Kentuckian (1949) Today is the birthday of John Wayne (1907-1979). What better way to bridge our preoccupation with classic comedy with an increasing interest in westerns than…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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CARSON - THE MUSICAL Workshop Set for September; Creator Henry Bushkin Wins Book Lawsuit by BroadwayWorld

Showbiz411 writes thatCARSON- THE MUSICAL creatorHenry Bushkin won a lawsuit today brought by Bruce Singer, Sharon Stone's brother-in-law, whohad claimed he was owed money from sales of Bush…

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Broadway Grosses* w/e 5/24/2015 by Dte

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending May 24th, 2015. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League Read more here:

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Jessica Lange on Broadway in 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' by Joe Dziemianowicz

Jessica Lange returning to Broadway for Eugene O'Neill's "Long Day's Journey Into Night."

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Broadway 2014-15 season sets record for attendance, grosses by Joe Dziemianowicz

Broadway is busier and raking in more dough than ever, according to official industry figures.

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Review: Thornton Wilder's absurdist 'Skin of Our Teeth' shines in Hayward by Sam Hurwitt

Douglas Morrisson Theatre mounts the odd and challenging comedy through June 14.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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'S Wonderful: Backstage at An American in Paris with Max von Essen, Episode 5: Broadway Rituals by Broadway.com

Max von Essen shares the rituals that take place backstage at An American in Paris. From shoe smashing to goofy flute dances, it's quite a ride.

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Remembering Anne Meara fondly by Michael Riedel

Anne Meara, who died on Saturday at 85, was best known as a comedian, half of Stiller and Meara, her husband being Jerry Stiller. She was also a trained actress,...

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Modern Stone Age Family by Sam Hurwitt

The Skin of Our Teeth shows a wilder side of Thornton Wilder.

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A Heathers Musical? How Very. by Sam Hurwitt

The surprise is not that someone made a musical out of Heathers. It's that it took so long.

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THE KING AND I's Jon Viktor Corpuz to Bring CONFESSIONS OF A TEENAGE DRAMA KING to 54 Below by BroadwayWorld

54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Jon Viktor Corpuz in 'Confessions of a Teenage Drama King' on June 15, 2015.

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BWW Exclusive: Behind-the-Scenes of FOLLIES with National Theater Institute Alum Ted Chapin by National Theater Institute

The National Theater Institute includes a vibrant community of over 3,500 alumni. The many talents of these actors, writers, directors, and designers can be seen on Broadway, Off-Broadway, i…

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Fascinating New Promo Videos For THE LION KING Melbourne Production by Pat Cerasaro

Don't miss this exciting new THE LION KING promo video

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Cy Coleman's YOU FASCINATE ME SO Now Available by Pat Cerasaro

Celebrate Cy Coleman with a new collection

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A Wrinkle in Time: A. R. Gurney’s ‘What I Did Last Summer’ Returns to the Stage by Rex Reed, Rex Reed

A. R. Gurney’s memory play returns to the stage.

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Fair Lawn High School musical earns 15 award nominations

Fair Lawn High School's production of "A Man Of No Importance" received a total of 15 award nominations.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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The Afternoon Report, Tuesday, May 26, 2015 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Tuesday, May 26, 2015 Today’s Tweets from BBB Follow us on Twitter –  http://twitter.com/BBBway @TheTonyAwards Best Musical nom @ROTTENBroadway …

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THE BEAUX’ STRATAGEM Olivier, SE1 by Libby Purves

SONGS, SCUFFLES, VILLAINS AND VIRTUE IN 1707 Towering staircases and sliding panels transform the big stage from tavern to genteel house, with a pleasingly inexplicable intermittent folk-ban…

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Highlights From “Real-Life” Cinderella Musical Ever After

Paper Mill Playhouse presents the world premiere of Ever After based on the 1998 film starring Drew Barrymore and Anjelica Huston. Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs the musical whic…

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In a melancholy musical, a girl sings her longing by Johnny Oleksinski

This week’s Theater Loop Showcase video is “Melancholy Play: A Chamber Musical,” the tuneful new adaptation of Sarah Ruhl’s “Melancholy Play” at Piven Theatre Workshop.

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'Big Fish' has the songs to lure you to Indiana by Chris Jones

What's worth a rush-hour drive to Indiana? I'll nominate Colette Todd singing Andrew Lippa's "I Don't Need a Roof," the gorgeous Act 2 ballad that is the highlight of "Big Fish" and a song a…

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Episode 5 - 'S Wonderful: Backstage at AN AMERICAN IN PARIS with Max von Essen by Broadway.com

Get Tickets to AN AMERICAN IN PARIS http://www.broadway.com/shows/american-paris/ Max von Essen shares the rituals that take place backstage at AN AMERICAN IN PARIS. From shoe smashing to g…

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2015 Tony Nominee Secrets: FUN HOME's Judy Kuhn Reveals Her Secret Crush by Broadway.com

Get Tickets to FUN HOME http://www.broadway.com/shows/fun-home/ FUN HOME Tony nominee Judy Kuhn says she never wanted to hook up with a former co-star. Do you believe her?

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Bernadette Peters Poses For Photos At FINDING NEVERLAND by Pat Cerasaro

FINDING NEVERLAND welcomes a stage favorite

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In the Spotlight Series: Meet the 2015 Tony Nominees- Christian Borle and Brian d'Arcy James by Walter McBride

Earlier this month, the 2015 Tony nominees gathered to meet the press and BroadwayWorld was on hand for the big day. Throughout the month, we will continue our Tonys coverage by bringing you…

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Christopher Plummer Will Present Helen Mirren with The Shakespeare Medal Next Month by BroadwayWorld

On June 1 from 6-8 pm, The Shakespeare Society will host their third annual Playing Shakespeare Celebration at The Players 16 Gramercy Park South.

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STAGE TUBE: ALADDIN's Adam Jacobs and Courtney Reed Record 'A Whole New World'! by Stage Tube

Disney's Aladdin, the Tony Award-winning new musical comedy based on the Academy Award-winning animated film, is in its second year on Broadwayat the New Amsterdam Theatre 214 West 42nd Stre…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Inside the 65th Annual Outer Critics Circle Awards! by BroadwayWorld TV

Outer Critics Circle, the organization of writers and commentators for media covering New York theatre, recognized its award winners for the 2014-15 season in 24 categories jst last wee

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Broadway Smashes Box Office Records in 2014-15

Broadway hit a new landmark in the 2014-15 season, attracting more than 13 million theatergoers and pulling in $1.37 billion in a record-breaking 52-week frame. That attendance tally of 13.1…

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Broadway attendance, box office hits record highs this year

Broadway producers have more than a billion reasons to celebrate after the holiday weekend, which officially ended the 2014-2015 year Sunday. According to statistics released Tuesday by the …

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Danny Burstein on the Roof! Get a Sneak Peek of the New Fiddler Star in Action by Lindsay Champion

Five-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein is shimmying his way to Broadway in Fiddler on the Roof, and we’ve got a sneak peek of the star in a very Tevye-esque new photo. The new musical b…

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Actor Sam Shepard arrested for drunken driving in Santa Fe

The 71-year-old Pulitzer-winning playwright told police he had two tequila drinks and was planning to drive home but officer ‘could smell alcohol on his breath’ Continue reading...

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The Beaux' Stratagem, National Theatre, review: 'a decent romp that needs to be rompier' by Dominic Cavendish

This revival of Farquhar's late-Restoration comedy is professionally done but needs more zing, says Dominic Cavendish

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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In Performance: 2015 Tony Nominees

For the second annual In Performance Live concert, the Times invited six Tony Award nominees to sing at 54 Below. They got one chance to get it right.

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Quick Questions With American in Paris Tony Noms Brandon Uranowitz & Max von Essen by Cara Joy David

An American in Paris is about many things: Paris after the war, the joy of new experiences, romance, love, dance and...

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Theater News: Louise Hirschfeld, Frank Rich, and More to Take Part in Discussion of Al Hirschfeld

The master cartoonist's work is on display at the New-York Historical Society.

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Berlin, Paris, Verona, Worcester County by Deborah Jones

Hedwig and the Angry Inch, Belasco Theatre, May 21; An American in Paris, Palace Theatre, May 22; The Two Gentlemen of Verona, Polonsky Shakespeare Centre, Brooklyn, May 23 (matinee); The…

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Ryder Bach and Curt Hansen to Reprise Roles in GIRLFRIEND at the Douglas This Summer by BroadwayWorld

Casting is set for Girlfriend, which will begin previews at the Center Theatre GroupKirk Douglas Theatre on July 12 with the opening slated for July 19. Featuring a book by Todd Almond and m…

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Some Westerns of Jay Silverheels by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of Jay Silverheels (Harold J. Smith, 1912-1980). Most famous of course for playing Tonto on the tv series The Lone Ranger (1949-1957) and some Lone Ranger films, Silv…

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Photo Flash: FIGHT CLUB Novelist Chuck Palahniuk Stops by IT SHOULDA BEEN YOU by BroadwayWorld

Best-selling novelistChuck Palahniukattended a recent performance ofIt Shoulda Been Youto see his friend and literary agent, Edward Hibbert.Scroll down for photos of Palahniukbackstage

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Broadway's FUN HOME Now on Sale Through January 3 by BroadwayWorld

Producers Fox Theatricals Kristin Caskey, Mike Isaacson and Barbara Whitman are pleased to announce that tickets for Fun Home, the Award-winning American musical based on Alison Bechdel's gr…

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Overcoming Expectation and Providing Support by Cindy Im

For the 25th National Conference in Cleveland, TCG is highlighting the current recipients of the Fox Foundation Resident Actor Fellowship and the SPARK Leadership Programs. These programs ar…

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Broadway Box-Office Analysis, May 18-25: Something Rotten Has a Full House But The Visit Struggles t by Robert Simonson

Playbill's new weekly feature examines the box-office trends of the past week.

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2014-15 Broadway Season Smashes All-Time Records by Robert Viagas

Broadway set all-time records for attendance and box-office income during the 2014-15 season, according to figures released by The Broadway League, the national trade association…

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Max Crumm, Kacie Sheik and Janet Krupin Will Star in Concert of Electro-Pop Musical Coming to Bad En by Michael Gioia

Feast Productions will present a concert performance of the new electro-pop musical Coming to Bad Ends June 1 at 42West.

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Review: Nirbhaya, Southbank Centre by Ana Malinovic

“Some things are inherited without question. Like silence – it’s a code.” So says one of the extraordinary female performers in Nirbhaya. This play centres on the true story of the h…

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Review: Soggy Brass, Southwark Playhouse by Jemma Anderson

Velvet Trumpet, a theatre company based in South London, commits itself to delivering plays that feature the unexamined comedy in everyday life. So it created Soggy Brass, a revue show of s…

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Review: The Complete History of Comedy, Lost Theatre by Lucy Ricketts

Sneaking into the theatre at the beginning of a show after running late is never a fun experience. No one wants to be the one that gets picked on in the audience, but we inevitably got ribbe…

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“Glee” Producer Ryan Murphy Bringing Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne to Broadway Next Year by Roger Friedman

Look out 2016 Tony Awards. Jessica Lange and Gabriel Byrne are coming to Broadway in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” by, of Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Broadway: Tony Awards Nominating Committee Members Announced by Roger Friedman

The American Theater Wing has announced the members of the nominating committee for this year’s Tony Awards. The show airs June 7th Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Odds & Ends: Broadway-Bound Keira Knightley Welcomes First Child, Sting Wants to Pen Another Musical & More by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and over the holiday weekend. B'way-Bound Keira Knightley Welcomes First Child Congratulations to stage and screen star …

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Chicago Star Brandy on Divas She’s Worked With & Why She Wants Oprah to Sit in the Balcony by Broadway.com

Chicago star Brandy reveals her morning routine, her dream role and her celeb fantasy.

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Fun Home Tony Nominee Judy Kuhn Reveals Her Secret Crush on a Co-Star by Broadway.com

Fun Home Tony nominee Judy Kuhn says she never wanted to hook up with a former co-star. Do you believe her?

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Broadway Grosses: Something Rotten! & More Strike Gold; Great White Way Celebrates End of Record-Breaking Season by Ryan McPhee

Memorial Day Weekend marked the end of the 2014-15 Broadway season, and it certainly ended on a high note (and no, we don’t mean Kristin Chenoweth). It was the highest grossing and bes…

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Aisha de Haas, J. Bernard Calloway and More Set for 54 SINGS AIN'T MISBEHAVIN' Next Month by BroadwayWorld

54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents the Best Musical Tony Award winner of 1978...Ain't Misbehavin Join us as 54 Below celebrates Black Broadway and the music of the Harlem Renaissance…

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The Call Board: Upcoming Auditions for Cabaret, Disgraced, School of Rock, West Side Story, The Cruc by Olivia Clement

Playbill.com's Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry. From auditions to administrative roles, Playbill.com is the online source for care…

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THE CALL BOARD: Upcoming Auditions Not to Miss on Broadway, Off-Broadway and Nationally by Olivia Clement

Playbill.com's Job Listings offer an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry. From auditions to administrative roles, Playbill.com is the online source for care…

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Beyond Fable: The Evolution of Community Performance at the Pivot Arts Festival by Aaron Hunt

By Aaron Hunt In May 2012, Julieanne Ehre and Katy Collins co-produced what they coined a “Fable Festival” in Edgewater. Cafes, empty storefronts and restaurants hosted such delectable, …

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Al Hirschfeld Part 1 by Jim Taylor

Jim Taylor presents A Closer Look at Broadway for Tuesday, May 26, 2015

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Five Burning Questions with Drama Desk Winner & Host Laura Benanti

Laura Benanti takes on five questions about social media stalking, her She Loves Me character & hashtagging the Drama Desk Awards.

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Photo Exclusive: The Legendary Chita Rivera, As Drawn by Al Hirschfeld by David Gewirtzman

In celebration of The New-York Historical Society's special exhibition "The Hirschfeld Century: The Art of Al Hirschfeld" and the new book "The Hirschfeld Century: Po…

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Marathon Theater + Sugary Cereal = A Good Way To Spend a Sunday by Linda

Madeleine Bundy as Kapow-i GoGo, Photo credit: Crystal ArnetteI often joke that the perfect run time is 75–90 minutes with no intermission. But as much as I love getting home at a decent h…

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2014-15 Season Is Broadway's Best Attended, Highest Grossing in Recorded History by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway League has released end-of-season statistics for the 2014 -2015 season, which began May 26, 2014 and ended May 24, 2015. For the 2014 -2015 season, total attendances reached 13,…

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Comic Big Jay Oakerson Performs At Foxwoods by Christopher Arnott

Big Jay Oakerson is a long-form jokester, telling involved stories about racism, daytime TV, sex, and why he refuses to travel to England ("Your country stinks"). His recent album is titled,…

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Broadway Box Office Tops $1.3B For Record-Breaking 2014-2015 Season by Jeremy Gerard

Broadway’s crazy 2014-2015 season ended on a very high note, especially if you’re a theater owner or one of a handful of producers with big fat hits: The week that ended Sunday b…

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Grounded by Sandi Durell

      Review by Carol Rocamora       Her name isn’t listed in the program’s cast of characters. Nor is ever uttered in this riveting 75 minute monologue....…

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Review: ‘D Deb Debbie Deborah,’ a Dizzying Subversion of Identity by Ben Brantley

In Jerry Lieblich’s play in Clubbed Thumb’s Summerworks series, questions of who’s playing whom become as giddy as a “Who’s on first?” routine.

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'Theatre for One' lets the audience go it alone

'Theatre for One' lets the audience go it alone Joe Dziemianowicz Theatre for One turns a 4-foot by 8-foot crate into a portable theater.

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Off-Broadway Theater Review: THE SOUND AND THE FURY (Elevator Repair Service at The Public Theater) by Dmitry Zvonkov

HOW SWEET THIS SOUND The standout theater company Elevator Repair Service (ERS), much acclaimed for their six-hour-plus show Gatz, among others, brings the first part of William Faulkner’s…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: UN-RULE-LEE (Elephant Theatre Lab in Hollywood) by Jason Rohrer

RULIER THAN THOU I came to this show in a bad mood and left in a better one, which is as much praise as I can heap on a one-woman show about identity issues. There’s no theatrical faun…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: URBAN DEATH (Zombie Joe’s Underground in North Hollywood) by Jason Rohrer

THEATER OF WHAT THE FUCK As an impresario and creative force, the man who calls himself Zombie Joe is the envy of the North Hollywood arts scene. Largely on the remarkable popularity of Urba…

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D.C. theater community mourning one of its own

From D.C. to Juneau, Alaska, theater professionals across the country are mourning the death of P.J. Paparelli, former associate artistic director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company.Paparell…

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Jessica Lange returns to Broadway in 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' by Ronni Reich

Lange stars as Mary Tyrone in Eugene O'Neill's classic in a 2016 Roundabout Theatre Company production

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Arts events: Free Broadway showcase, David Hyde Pierce and Debra Monk in New Brunswick by Ronni Reich

Also: The original cast of "The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" will reunite for a 10th anniversary benefit concert

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'Red' paints a portrait of artist Mark Rothko at American Stage by Jay Handelman

John Logan's Tony Award-winning play looks at a tense period in the life of Rothko... Read more » The post 'Red' paints a portrait of artist Mark Rothko at American Stage appeared first…

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Jessica Lange to Star in Broadway’s ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’ by Broadway's Best Shows

Roundabout Theatre Company (Todd Haimes, Artistic Director), in association with Ryan Murphy, is thrilled to announce the return to Broadway of Academy and Emmy Award winner Jessica Lange, G…

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‘Fiddler on the Roof’ Announces Theatre by Broadway's Best Shows

Producers Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, and Jam Theatricals are thrilled to announce that Fiddler on the Roof will play The Broadway Theatre (1681 Broadway) and will begin performances on…

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Jessica Lange to return to Broadway in 2016 a familiar role by Mark Kennedy

NEW YORK (AP) -- Jessica Lange will return to Broadway next spring in a production of "Long Day's Journey Into Night," playing the same role she did 15 years ago in London....

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Anne Meara (September 20, 1929 - May 23, 2015) by Penny Landau

Gallagher. She was by herself and we hit it off like only two girls from Long Island could.

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BWW Readers' Countdown: The Greatest Tonys Performances of the Past Five Years- Honorable Mentions! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is counting down to the biggest night on every theatre-lover's calendar- the 69th Annual Tony Awards, which will be co-hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming on Sunday, J…

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Dick Van Dyke Dances Up A Storm With The Dustbowl Revival In New Video by Pat Cerasaro

A song and dance man proves he's still got it

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STAGE TUBE: Watch Highlights from Starry World Premiere of EVER AFTER at Paper Mill Playhouse! by Stage Tube

Paper Mill Playhouse presents the world-premiere musical Ever After, directed and choreographed by three-time Tony Award winner Kathleen Marshall Anything Goes, Nice Work If You Can Get It, …

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Inside Tech Week For A.R.T.'s CROSSING by Pat Cerasaro

Go inside tech week for CROSSING

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Sara Bareilles Wraps New Album With WAITRESS: THE MUSICAL Songs by Pat Cerasaro

Sara Bareilles sings WAITRESS THE MUSICAL showstoppers on her new album

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 5/24/15 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 5242015.

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Breaking News: Danny Burstein-Led FIDDLER ON THE ROOF Revival Will Play the Broadway Theatre; Opening Night Set! by BroadwayWorld

Producers Jeffrey Richards, Jerry Frankel, and Jam Theatricals just announced thatFiddler on the Roofwill playThe Broadway Theatre1681 Broadway and will begin performances onTuesday,November…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 5/26; SOMETHING ROTTEN! Joins Millionaire's Club by BroadwayWorld

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS, part of our new Industry Insights section that will feature insider industry information, commentary and insights Read on f…

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THE FLICK - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

It's difficult to name a more potent theatrical partnership in the current New York theatre than that of Annie Baker and Sam Gold. ...

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Megan Hilty at the Café Carlyle by Dan Bacalzo

Early in her set at the Café Carlyle, Megan Hilty sings Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman’s “Let Me Be Your Star,” one of the most iconic and most reprised songs that the duo wrote for t…

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Broadway Grosses: May 18-24 by David Gewirtzman

All data provided by The Broadway League View Broadway Grosses in a sortable table or view by show at the Playbill Vault  

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Rhinebeck Writers Retreat Selects 17 Musical Theatre Writers by American Theatre Editors

Elizabeth A. Davis, Kirsten Childs and Mike Lew are among the 17 artists who will develop their new musicals in the Upstate New York retreat.

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Opening Night & Theater Set for Broadway Revival of Fiddler on the Roof, Starring Danny Burstein by Broadway.com

The previously announced Great White Way revival of Fiddler on the Roof, starring five-time Tony nominee Danny Burstein, will begin performances on November 17 at the Broadway Thea…

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Ask a Star: CHICAGO's Brandy on Whitney Houston, Bernadette Peters, Diana Ross & More by Broadway.com

Get Tickets to CHICAGO http://www.broadway.com/shows/chicago/ CHICAGO star Brandy reveals her morning routine, her dream role and her Oprah fantasy.

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Remembering Anne Meara, Actress, Comedienne, and Half of Enduring Showbiz Duo by Robert Simonson

Anne Meara, the stage and film actress who forged a surprisingly durable career, both on her own and, more famously, as half of a comedy and acting duo with her longtime husband, Jerry Still…

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Photo Flash: Bernadette Peters, Joel Grey, Tommy Tune, and Laura Osnes Toast The Visit Star Chita Rivera

A who's who of Broadway came out for a luncheon celebrating the 2015 Tony nominee.

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Theater News: Danny Burstein-Led Fiddler on the Roof Revival Finds Its Broadway Theatre

Bartlett Sher directs the classic musical in his fourth collaboration with actor Burstein.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Critic’s Notebook: ‘Hand to God’ Melds Gore and Giggles, Each Often Elicited by a Puppet by Jason Zinoman

This Tony nominee for best play stitches together comedy and horror with the help of Tyrone, the hand puppet that acts as the main character’s angry id.

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Kinky Boot Is Always The Answer Even When It’s Incorrect in Final Jeopardy! (Video) by Michael Gioia

Everybody said "Yeah" on last night's episode of "Jeopardy," when the winning contestant incorrectly answered his Final Jeopardy question with, "What is Kinky Bo…

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Kinky Boots Is Always The Answer Even When It’s Incorrect in Final Jeopardy! (Video) by Michael Gioia

Everybody said "Yeah" on last night's episode of "Jeopardy," when the winning contestant incorrectly answered his Final Jeopardy question with, "What is Kinky Bo…

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Sondheim Unplugged Plans Mashup Concert of Anyone Can Whistle and Follies by Robert Viagas

"Anyone Can Whistle Follies," a mashup concert consisting of songs from Stephen Sondheim musicals Anyone Can Whistle and Follies, is planned for June 28 at the 54 Below cabaret in …

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Theater News: Re-Designing Women to Receive New York Premiere

The unauthorized sitcom spoof comes to the Baruch Performing Arts Center.

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Theater News: Rosena Hill-Jackson and Tony Winner Adriane Lenox Set for 54 Sings Ain't Misbehavin'!

The cast will also feature J. Bernard Calloway, Melvin Abston, Nikki Stephenson, and more.

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Jennifer Sheehan Performs David Bowie's 'Space Oddity' Live At 54 Below by Pat Cerasaro

A theatre-tastic take on a rock classic

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Photo Flash: New Look at Jim Parsons in AN ACT OF GOD on Broadway! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld brings you additional productions photos from the comedy below

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Fresh 'In Pursuit Of Power' Video Promo For WOLF HALL by Pat Cerasaro

Go inside the story of WOLF HALL

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Playwrights’ Center Announces Winners of Many Voices Fellowships by American Theatre Editors

Minneapolis-based playwrights Cristina Castro and James Tyler will each receive the $14,000 fellowship, given to early-career writers of color.

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Longing Lasts Longer by Trav S.D.

What was the climax to my Memorial Day? I might say mourning or remembering a lost New York, but that’s only a half truth, for Penny Arcade’s new work-in-progress Longing Lasts L…

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The Drama League Will Celebrate 100 Years with One-Night-Only Musical by Olivia Clement

The Drama League announced that it will host its centennial gala Nov. 1, commemorating 100 years of service to the American theatre industry. The celebration will pay tribute to the legends …

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Sierra Boggess, Jeremy Jordan and Steven Pasquale Join New York Pops Season by Olivia Clement

Sierra Boggess and Steven Pasquale have been announced as the guest artists set to kick off the New York Pops' 2015-16 season Oct. 9 at Carnegie Hall. Jeremy Jordan and Betsy Wolfe h…

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Fiddler on the Roof Revival, Starring Danny Burstein, Announces Theatre, Opening Date and Creative T by Michael Gioia

The fifth Broadway revival of Fiddler on the Roof, the musical theatre masterpiece that tells the story of Jewish milkman Tevye, who strives to maintain "Tradition" as he sees his …

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BWW TV Exclusive: Watch Episode 5 Commentary for Webseries, THE RESIDUALS- New Season Airs 6/16! by The Residuals

Season 2 of the hit web-comedy THE RESIDUALS will debut exclusively on BroadwayWorld on June, 16th. The show, from husband and wife team Michael Paul Smith and Gillian Pensavalle, takes a lo…

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Christian Borle, Jefferson Mays & More Will Take Part in BROADWAY BRUNCH on 5/31 by BroadwayWorld

SpendSundaybrunch at the Vulture Festival this weekend Broadway favorites will joinSusan Blackwellfor a morning of songs, debauchery and adult beverages, includingJefferson MaysA Gentleman's…

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'The Flick' Shines Again by Wqxr

A quiet play about a group of people working in a run-down Massachusetts movie theater is getting its second New York City production. Annie Baker’s “The Flick” might be quiet onstage…

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Hugh Jackman to Make 'Wolverine' Appearance in DEADPOOL? by Movies News Desk

Ryan Reynolds has revealed that he is trying to arrange a special appearance byHugh Jackman as his iconic character Wolverine, in the upcoming superhero film DEADPOOL.

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BWW TV Exclusive: AN AMERICAN IN PARIS Character Sketch- Max von Essen as Henri Baurel by BroadwayWorld TV

Below, BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you a Character Sketch of Henri Baurel, played by Tony nominee Max von Essen

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Broadway's Ann Hampton Callaway to Guest Star In Gay Men's Chorus of S. Fla, 6/27 by BroadwayWorld

Ann Hampton Callaway, star of Broadway and television, will join with the Gay Men's Chorus of South Florida for Street of Dreams, the chorus' June 27 concert, to be held at 8 p.m. in Bailey …

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Paxton Whitehead, Michael McCormick & More Join Cast of MY FAIR LADY at the Muny! by BroadwayWorld

The Muny announced today the complete cast for its production of Alan Jay Lerner book amp lyrics and Frederick Loewe's music classicMy Fair Lady. The production will be directed by Marc Brun…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Watch 2015 Nominees Practice Their Tony Speeches

Max Von Essen, Judy Kuhn, Leanne Cope, Sarah Stiles, Tony Yazbeck, Brad Oscar and more nominees got a chance to practice their potential Tony thank you speeches when Playbill presented each …

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Taking a Gander at a hidden 9/11 story: On life imitating art in upcoming U.S. debut of Sept. 11 musical Come From Away by Rebecca Tucker

Fourteen years later, Goudie's role at the Gander airport has gone from being a part of history to a part in a play, as her story is featured in Come From Away

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Hal Prince and Frank Rich Will Share “Memories of Al Hirschfeld” by Joseph Marzullo, Robert Viagas

Master director and producer Harold Prince will join former New York Times critic Frank Rich May 28 to discuss the work of late Broadway caricaturist (and theatre namesake) Al Hirschfeld.

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See 10 Rare Works by Famed Broadway Artist Al Hirschfeld

BroadwayBox brings you 10 rare drawings by Al Hirschfeld from the New-York Historical Society exhibition and the new book The Hirschfeld Century: Portrait of an Artist and His Age.

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Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher, Jr. to Star in ‘Long Day’s Journey’ on Broadway by NewYork.com

Oscar and Emmy winner Jessica Lange, Golden Globe winner and Tony nominee Gabriel Bryne, and Tony winner John Gallagher, Jr.  will return to Broadway in a revival of Eugene O’Neill’s Pu…

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Tis Pity She's a Whore: Bloody Camp by Nicole Serratore

With perhaps a nod too far into camp at times the Red Bull Theater production of John Ford's famous, bloody, incest tragedy still managed to show the hypocrisy and vanity of men, the power o…

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Things to see and do, May 26-June 6 by Artsatl Staff

The sound of music will pervade the Woodruff Arts Center this weekend. The Atlanta Opera will present Three Decembers, Jake Heggie’s 2008 opera about an

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See First Picture From the Broadway Bombshell Rehearsal Room! (Photo) by Adam Hetrick, Michael Gioia

The Actors Fund's one-night-only Broadway concert of Bombshell, the fictional musical about Marilyn Monroe that was central to the NBC series "Smash," began rehearsals …

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Nicole Scherzinger Flies to Broadway to Catch Matthew Morrison in Finding Neverland by Lindsay Champion

After wowing London audiences as Grizabella in Cats, Nicole Scherzinger took a trip to the Big Apple to see Glee star Matthew Morrison and the cast of the Broadway.com Audience Choice Award-…

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Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne & John Gallagher Jr. Will Lead O’Neill’s Long Day’s Journey Into Night on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

As Jessica Lange promised, she is returning to Broadway in Long Day’s Journey Into Night! The Oscar winner will star opposite Golden Globe winner Gabriel Byrne and Tony winner John Gal…

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Was This a Good Season? – The Siegel Column by Sandi Durell

                The Perennial Question: Was This a Good Season?   by: Barbara and Scott Siegel   Almost every season has its peaks and... Th…

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Color Purple Star Readies for Songs for a New World While Royalty Goes on Tour by Mark Shenton

There's no one hotter in London theatre right now than Cynthia Erivo, a diminutive firebrand of an actress who sings and acts with an astonishing ferocity, veracity and vitality. Her cre…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Stars Line Up for Muny Season Opener, My Fair Lady by Andrew Gans

Complete casting has been announced for the Muny's upcoming production of Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s Tony-winning musical My Fair Lady, which will play the St. Louis …

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Hershey Felder Brings Irving Berlin Solo Show to La Jolla by Olivia Clement

California's La Jolla Playhouse has announced that it will present Hershey Felder as Irving Berlin, in which Felder brings to the stage the real-life story of famed American…

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The spooky action of Richard Henrich and Alfred Jarry by Keith Loria

As the founder of Spooky Action Theater, Richard Henrich is always searching for unique works to stage at his 16th Street NW venue. For his season closer, he had to search no further than h…

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Photo Flash: Meet the Cast of CRT's LES MISERABLES - Terrence Mann, Ariana DeBose & More! by BroadwayWorld

Connecticut Repertory Theatre CRT's upcoming production of LES MISERABLES, directed by Terrence Mann and starringMann as Inspector Javert, a role he originated on Broadway and for which he r…

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The Best Tony Award Viewing Parties: Where to Eat, Drink and Celebrate the 69th Annual Tony Awards! by Nora Dominick

Of course not everyone can be piled into Radio City Music Hall so, instead of sitting on your couch anxiously awaiting for the winners to be announced and drinking a fun musical themed cockt…

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ON RECORD: John Cariani's Five Favorite Cast Albums- 'It Changed My Life' by On Record

In this week's edition, we hear from John Cariani, who is currently starring as 'Nigel Bottom' in Something Rotten- playing at the St. JamesTheatre. Read on to find out his top five picks

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BWW Exclusive: Diary of an Englishman in New York- Voting Myself out of Work by Rufus Wright

Follow along as Wright takes us behind the scenes of The Audience's Broadway journey with 'Diary of an Englishman in New York'. Be sure to check back weekly for his latest installments

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Theater News: Stephen Karam, Tom Kitt, Debra Monk, and More Named to 2015-16 Tony Nominating Committee

The committee of Tony nominators will include 51 members.

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Review: The Price

Two brothers try to divest themselves of the past.

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Tony Awards Confidential – Handicapping The Races For Best Play, Musical & Revivals by Jeremy Gerard

With less than two weeks to go before the Tony Awards (Sunday June 7, 8-11 P.M. on CBS), knuckles are white, fingernails are bitten, eyelids are twitching, feet are pacing, chat rooms are bu…

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Photo Flash: Winston Churchill's Granddaughter Visits CHURCHILL Off-Broadway by BroadwayWorld

The hit Off-Broadway play CHURCHILL offered a special performance to benefit The Actors Fund on May 17th. Among the attendees was the internationally acclaimed artist and sculptor Edwina San…

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Breaking News: Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne, and John Gallagher Jr. Will Star in LONG DAY'S JOURNEY INTO NIGHT; Opens on Broadway Next Spring! by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company Todd Haimes, Artistic Director, in association with Ryan Murphy, has justannounced the return to Broadway of Academy and Emmy Award winner Jessica Lange, Golden Gl…

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VIDEO: 'Veep' Star Anna Chlumsky Talks HBO White House Comedy by TV News Desk

'Veep' star Anna Chlumsky stopped by NBC's TODAY to chat about her HBO comedy series and sing the praises of her fellow cast members. Check out the appearance below

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Two Short Plays by Tennessee Williams by Sandi Durell

This Property is Condemned and Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen…   From My Seat in the House by Mari Lyn Henry   This Property Is Condemned and... The post Two Short …

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ArtsBeat: Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne To Star in ‘Long Day’s Journey’ on Broadway by William Grimes

A revival of the Eugene O’Neill play will open in the spring of 2016.

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Additional Casting Announced For Broadway’s King Charles III by Broadway's Best Shows

Producers Stuart Thompson and Sonia Friedman announced today additional casting for the critically acclaimed Olivier Award-winning Best Play, King Charles III, soon to open on Broadway this …

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Jessica Lange to Star in Broadway Revival of 'Long Day's Journey Into Night' by Ashley Lee

Presented with Ryan Murphy, the 2016 production will also star Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr.read more

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Archaeological find delays York Theatre Royal reopening by Adam McCulloch

York Theatre Royal has delayed its reopening and relocated its annual pantomime after archaeological remains were found beneath the building. The theatre

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Three out of four actors have felt exploited during casting – The Stage poll by Georgia Snow

Most actors have felt exploited at a casting, according to an online poll conducted by The Stage. Of 168 respondents to the

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Dundee Rep appoints Nick Parr as CEO by Thom Dibdin

Dundee Repertory Theatre has appointed Nick Parr as its new chief executive officer, starting in September 2015. He takes over from Philip

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Online data pool to help arts organisations with funding bids by Georgia Snow

An online tool that helps arts organisations with funding bids is to be launched. The resource, called Culture Everywhere, brings together data

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Tom Kitt, Laurence O’Keefe & More to Serve on 2015-2016 Tony Awards Nominating Committee by Imogen Lloyd Webber

This year's Tonys may not even have taken place yet, but it's already time to start thing about next year! The nominating committee for the 2015-16 Tony Awards has been announced …

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Jeremy Jordan, Sierra Boggess, Steven Pasquale & Betsy Wolfe Join New York Pops 2015-16 Season by Lindsay Champion

The New York Pops’ 2015-16 concert season is getting starrier by the second! It Shoulda Been You’s Sierra Boggess and Broadway favorites Jeremy Jordan, Steven Pasquale and Betsy …

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Onstage & Backstage: How Rosie O’Donnell Went From Stand-Up Comedy With a Fake ID to Starring on Bro by Seth Rudetsky

A week in the life of actor, radio and TV host, music director and writer Seth Rudetsky.

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Jessica Lange to Make Broadway Return in ‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’

Jessica Lange will star on Broadway for the first time in more than a decade in “Long Day’s Journey Into Night,” appearing alongside Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr.…

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Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne & John Gallagher Jr. join our 15-16 Season by Todd Haimes

I’m thrilled to announce that we will be producing Long Day’s Journey Into Night by Eugene O'Neill at the American Airlines Theatre, as part of our 50th Anniversary Season. The show w…

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Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne Will Take ‘Long Day’s Journey’ To Broadway by Jeremy Gerard

Just don’t call it an American horror story. Lange and Byrne will play the grandiose aging matinee idol James Tyrone, famed as the Count Of Monte Cristo, and his morphine-addicted wif…

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Theater News: Jessica Lange to Return to Broadway in Long Day's Journey Into Night

The Roundabout Theatre Company revival will also star Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr.

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Theater News: Jeremy Jordan, Sierra Boggess, Steven Pasquale, and More Join New York Pops Season

Broadway stars will take part in the 2015-16 lineup at Carnegie Hall.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Jessica Lange, Gabriel Byrne and John Gallagher Jr. Will Star in Broadway Revival of Long Day’s Jour by Andrew Gans

Roundabout Theatre Company, in association with Ryan Murphy, will produce a Broadway revival of Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer Prize-winning Long Day's Journey Into Night, which w…

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Reuniting with The Theory of Relativity by Karma and Raffi

Last night, I stopped by Goodspeed’s Norma Terris Theater to see THE THEORY OF RELATIVITY for the second time, after its run at the 2014 Festival of New Musicals. The show, with a bo…

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'Mamma Mia!' will tour to Chicago this fall by Johnny Oleksinski

Here she goes again. "Mamma Mia!," the massively popular ABBA musical comedy, will return to Chicago for a week this fall, Broadway in Chicago said on Monday.

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Oregon Contemporary Theatre Announces Chekhov-Inspired 2015–16 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include Aaron Posner's 'Stupid Fucking Bird' and Christopher Durang's 'Vanya and Sonia and Masha and Spike,' plus a rolling world premiere from Steve Yockey.

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The Drama League to Host Centennial Gala in November by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League, embarking on a landmark year of celebration commemorating its 100 years of service to the American theater, announced today The Drama League Centennial Gala set for Monday …

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2015-16 Tony Awards Nominating Committee Announced; Find Out Who's New & Who's Returning! by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced today the Nominating Committee for the 2015-2016 Broadway season. The Tony Awards are presented by The Broadway League and the American The…

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Imagination Stage announces its next magical season by Lorraine Treanor

Imagination Stage, which closes out this season by bringing its hit childrens’ show The BFG (The Big Friendly Giant) to the National Theatre (July 14-25), has announced its “Magi…

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Tom Kitt, Adam Gwon Among Those Tapped for 2015-16 Tony Nominating Committee by Andrew Gans

The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced May 26 the Nominating Committee for the 2015-2016 Broadway season.

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51-Member Tony Nominating Committee Announced for 2015-16 by Andrew Gans

The Tony Awards Administration Committee announced May 26 the Nominating Committee for the 2015-2016 Broadway season.

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Katharine McPhee Officially Announces Upcoming Album 'Hysteria'; Talks SMASH Reunion by TV News Desk

In a new interview out today on Billboard, SMASH star Katharine McPhee has officially announced her upcoming third studio album 'Hysteria,' dropping July 21st.

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Neil Patrick Harris, Ashley Brown & More Set for Disneyland's 60th Diamond Celebration by Movies News Desk

A glittering new parade, new fireworks spectacular and all-new 'World of Color' show raise the bar, once again, on creativity and entertainment technology, keeping the Disneyland Resort and …

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SDC Ratifies New Theatreworks USA Agreement by BroadwayWorld

On May 11, 2015, the Executive Board of Stage Directors and Choreographers Society SDC ratified a new four-year Theatreworks USA agreement granting SDC directors and choreographers increased…

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Jeremy Jordan, Sierra Boggess, Steven Pasquale & Betsy Wolfe Added to New York Pops' 2015-16 Season by BroadwayWorld

Guest artists Sierra Boggess and Steven Pasquale join The New York Pops and Music Director Steven Reineke to kick off the orchestra's 2015-2016 season on Friday, October 9 at 800PM in Stern …

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Podcast Episode #21 – Building a Bridge from Broadway to Bay Street with Director Scott Schwartz by Ken Davenport

In my over-twenty years of Broadway and Off Broadway theatergoing, there have been a handful of productions that were so unique, and so special, that I’ll never forget them. Scott Sc…

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Bartlett Sher, Director of 'The KIng and I'

USA TODAY chats with the director of the Broadway hit 'The King And I'        

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See and Hear Titanic Like Never Before! Dramatic Trailer for New Revival Revealed (Video) by Adam Hetrick

A new trailer has been released for the Toronto revival of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's Tony Award-winning musical Titanic, which is currently playing Toronto's Princess of Wal…

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New to perform: One Man, Two Guvnors by Samuelfrenchuk

Why we love it Comedy is the most fickle of genres – what’s funny to one generation so often leaves the next at best baffled, at worst squirming with embarrassment. So when a com…

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The Mobile Moment by Damian Bazadona

The moment is here. As of March 2015, comSource reports […]

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The Verdict: Did Critics Love Toronto’s Intimate Titanic Revival? Read Reviews Here! by Playbill Staff

An intimate revival of Maury Yeston and Peter Stone's Tony Award-winning musical Titanic, featuring opera tenor Ben Heppner in the role of Isidor Straus, opened May 24 at Toronto'…

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

A complete list of industry ticket offers can be found here. The Fantasticks – Chicago premiere of expanded version with 23-piece orchestra. Light Opera Works at Cahn Auditorium, 600 …

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Cougar: the Musical review – a musical version of Sex and the City in which everyone plays Samantha by Alfred Hickling

Belgrade theatre, CoventryThis sassy, campy off-Broadway hit about women seeking younger lovers is not exactly heavy on plot, but it has plenty of buzz and bite Continue reading...

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"Churchill" Triumphs Again by Paulanne Simmons

The warmth and wit that emanates from Churchill the man and Churchill the politician come in great part from the writing, but is also due to Ronald Keaton's very believable portrayal and Kur…

Linked From www.nytheatre-wire.com at 11:55AM

Check Out the Track List for An American in Paris Cast Album by Robert Viagas

A track list has been announced for the upcoming An American in Paris cast album.

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Watch Laura Michelle Kelly on Stage Door & Broadway.com Audience Choice Award Love by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The adorable Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner and Vlogger Laura Michelle Kelly stopped by Fox & Friends on May 26 to talk Finding Neverland. "I get to go to work every day …

Linked From Broadway.com at 11:48AM

"A Free-Ranging, Even Frenetic Power" by Rob Weinert-Kendt

A striking number of people involved in the May 2006 production of columbinus at New York Theatre Workshop went on to have careers I've followed, and/or I've gotten to know: actors Anna …

Linked From The Wicked Stage at 11:45AM

“Smash” Star Gets Sexy! Katharine McPhee Releases New Music Video “Lick My Lips” (Video) by Michael Gioia

"Smash" star Katharine McPhee has released a new single entitled "Lick My Lips" from her forthcoming studio album — her first since 2010's "Unbroken&qu…

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Broadway Bakes III by BroadwaySpotted

One of my favorite BC/EFA fundraisers is BACK for a third year! Broadway Bakes brings the stars of the Great White Way behind the counter of New York’s favorite cookie shop and donates…

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'Johanna: Facing Forward' at Cleveland Public Theatre headlines Cleveland theater openings for the week of May 25: On the Boards by Andrea Simakis

One world-premiere and two classics ease on down the road to Cleveland's stages this week.

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Opera Theatre of Saint Louis to Stage World Premiere of Rajiv Joseph Opera by Olivia Clement

The Opera Theatre of Saint Louis has announced its 2016 festival season, and included in the bill is the world premiere of Shalimar the Clown by Jack Perla and Pulitzer finalist Rajiv Joseph.

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Theatre News: Programme announced for 2015 Talawa Firsts

The festival of new writing runs in June and Talawa's London home

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Broadway Bakes by Barry

Schmackary's, New York's uniquely gourmet cookie company, will host its 3rd annual BROADWAY BAKES event May 25-29, 2015. Over twenty of the biggest names on Broadway will join together to wo…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Meet the Nominees- FUN HOME's Beth Malone- 'This Is a Wash of Peace and Joy!' by BroadwayWorld TV

We are yet another day closer to the biggest night on every theatre-lover's calendar- the 69th Annual Tony Awards, which will be co-hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming on Sunday, Ju…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:24AM

FIRST LISTEN: Jon Bon Jovi Performs 'Beautiful Day' from FINDING NEVERLAND Concept Album by BroadwayWorld

Below, check out a first listen to Jon Bon Jovi performance of 'Beautiful Day' from 'Finding Neverland The Album Songs From the Broadway Musical' which features various artists

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VIDEO: First Look - SMASH Star Katharine McPhee Releases 'Lick My Lips' Music Video by TV News Desk

'Smash' star Katharine McPhee returns to the music scene with her new song, 'Lick My Lips' which is set to lead her upcoming third studio album.

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VIDEO: Bartlett Sher Talks Making THE KING AND I 'Fresh' for 2015 by Stage Tube

In an all-new interview with USA TODAY award-winning director Bartlett Sher discusses the hit Broadway revival of THE KING AND I, currently up for 9 Tony Awards.

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Hottest Articles on BWW 5/19/2015 - 5/26/2015

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com 5192015 - 5262015.

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Enter to Win a Piece of Broadway History from The Visit With Chita Rivera! by Playbill Staff

Want a piece of The Visit? Here's how you take home a part of Broadway history!

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Theater News: Roger Rees to Miss Performances of Broadway's The Visit

Rees stars in the Kander and Ebb musical along with Chita Rivera.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Stiles and Drewe’s The 3 Little Pigs Gets West End Premiere by Doug Mayo

By Doug Mayo The 3 Little Pigs, a new family musical by Anthony Drewe and George Stiles will have its West End premiere at the Palace Theatre from 5 August 2015. Discover how the three littl…

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Falling out with Oscar by Fiona Maccarthy

As Matthew Bourne's version of The Picture of Dorian Gray comes to Sadler's Wells, Fiona MacCarthy uncovers the bizarre story of John Gray, the 'young Adonis' on whom Oscar Wilde based his c…

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How to See Helen Mirren in Tony-Nominated The Audience at a Cinema Near You by Robert Viagas

Helen Mirren's Tony-nominated performance as Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's Broadway and West End drama The Audience will be broadcast as a special event in selected movie …

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“The Hitchhiker’s Guide to the Galaxy” Star Tapped for The Drowsy Chaperone in Cape Cod by Olivia Clement

British TV and film actor Simon Jones, best known for his role in the cult series "The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy," has been cast alongside JoAnne Worley in The Cape Play…

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Review: Cowboy Versus Samurai/A-Squared Theatre Workshop by Alex Huntsberger

That title is a little misleading. Or it’s not so much misleading as it is entirely metaphorical. Michael Golamco’s “Cowboy Versus Samurai,” being given its Chicago premiere here by …

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See What Broadway Treats Are Planned for Disneyland’s 60th Anniversary Celebration by Andrew Gans

A new parade, new fireworks spectacular and a new song by the co-composer of "Mary Poppins" are all part of Disneyland Resort's 60th anniversary celebration.

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Neil Patrick Harris and More Broadway Treats Planned for Disneyland’s 60th Anniversary Celebration by Andrew Gans

A new parade, new fireworks spectacular and a new song by the co-composer of "Mary Poppins" are all part of Disneyland Resort's 60th anniversary celebration.

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Singers From “The Voice” and “American Idol” Will Join Songwriter Michael Mott for Free Rockwood Con by Michael Gioia

Songwriter Michael Mott will offer a free concert of his pop music June 1 at Rockwood Music Hall in New York City. He will be joined by singers from "American Idol" and "The V…

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Special Offer – Discount Tickets For Upcoming Concerts at 54 Below by Tralend

Purchase Tickets For The Shows 54 Sings AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’ Tony Battles: THE LION KING vs RAGTIME Edition THE TOXIC AVENGER In Concert ANYONE CAN WHISTLE/FOLLIES A Special Edition…

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Fuse Film Review: You Can Go Home Again (If You’re a Star) by Debra Cash

What happens when someone performs at the highest possible level of an art form and then has to give it up?

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A Tale of Two Cities Composer at Work on New Musical It Happened in Key West by Andrew Gans

Jill Santoriello, whose musical version of A Tale of Two Cities is currently receiving a full scale-production in Wichita, TX, is also at work on a new musical about the life of…

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The Deborah Zall Project: “In the Company of Women” by Joel Benjamin

This post is by Joel Benjamin Deborah Zall has been a presence in the modern dance scene, specifically in the Martha Graham orbit, for decades. Recently, after years of relative obscurity, …

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 5/26/15- Al Jolson by Stage Tube

Happy Birthday Al Jolson Between 1911 and 1928, Jolson had nine sell-out Winter Garden shows in a row, more than 80 hit records, and 16 national and international tours. Although he's best r…

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BWW Recap: Murin, Schumer, THE BACHELORETTE; What More do you Want? by Patti Murin

And it's officially Week Two ofThe Search For Someone to Spend the Next Three to Six Months With But If You Last Longer Then You Have to Get Married On TV For Millions of Dollars Because You…

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Broadway Trivia Stumps All-3 Contestants on JEOPARDY! by TV News Desk

Last night's category for Final Jeopardy may have been 'Hymns', but a strong knowledge of Broadway history would have come in handy in order to come up with the correct response.

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Elisabeth Moss Talks 'Mad Men' & HEIDI CHRONICLES Historical Journey by TV News Desk

Tony nominated actress Elisabeth Moss talks about taking on a historical trail of female roles, from Mad Men's Peggy Olson of the 60's to the title role in Broadway's HEIDI CHRONICLES.

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Oliver Chris, Richard Goulding & More Join Broadway-Bound KING CHARLES III by BroadwayWorld

Producers Stuart Thompson and Sonia Friedman announced today additional casting for the critically acclaimed Olivier Award-winning Best Play, King Charles III, soon to open on Broadway this …

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Damien Sneed Joins as Musical Director for SummerStage's THE WIZ by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award winner, George Faison taps multi-genre recording artist Damien Sneed as the musical director and conductor for the CityParks Foundation's Central Park's SummerStage production of …

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Ben Stiller Offers Heartfelt Tribute to Mom, Anne; Thanks Fans for Support by TV News Desk

Ben Stiller turned to Twitter to pay tribute to his mother Anne Meara, who passed away over the weekend. The actor also thanked fans for their 'kind words' about the talented actress.

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BWW EXCLUSIVE: 5 SONGS BY? John Kander On THE VISIT by Pat Cerasaro

BroadwayWorld recently kicked off a brand new feature series spotlighting the best and brightest songwriters on Broadway and beyond with their own personally chosen quintet of songs that hol…

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On stage: Top 5 N.J. shows this week by Ronni Reich

The Shakespeare Theatre of New Jersey opens its season with 'The Royal Family'

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Meet the 2015 Tony Nominees: Best Actor in a Musical by NewYork.com

The Tony nominees for Best Actor in a Musical have a wide range of experience. Two are known principally as dancers, one is an Oscar nominee and veteran of the Japanese film and theater worl…

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How to See Tony-Nominated The Audience at a Cinema Near You by Robert Viagas

Helen Mirren's Tony-nominated performance as Queen Elizabeth II in Peter Morgan's Broadway and West End drama The Audience will be broadcast as a special event in selected movie …

Linked From Playbill at 09:57AM

Watch Clips from “Macbeth” Film, Starring Michael Fassbender and Marion Cotillard by Andrew Gans

Clips from the newest movie version of "Macbeth," starring Michael Fassbender in the title role, have been released.

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, May 26, 2015 by Susan Grace

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Tony Contender Something Rotten! Surpasses $1 Million at Box Office by Adam Hetrick

Something Rotten!, the original Broadway musical comedy that is among the Tony Award contenders for Best Musical, surpassed the million dollar mark at the box office for the first time since…

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Oliver Chris, Richard Goulding & More Set for King Charles III, Starring Tim Pigott-Smith, on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The most famous princes in the world will soon be gracing Broadway with their presence...and now we know who will be playing them! Joining the previously announced Tim Pigott-Smith in King C…

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Cinderella Stars Harriet Harris and Laura Osnes Join Lineup For #tbtLIVE Concert by Michael Gioia

Tony Award winner Harriet Harris and Tony Award nominee Laura Osnes — who both starred in the Broadway revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Cinderella — have jo…

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Additional Casting Announced for Broadway’s King Charles III; Tickets Now on Pre-Sale by Andrew Gans

Producers Stuart Thompson and Sonia Friedman announced May 26 additional casting for the Olivier Award-winning Best Play King Charles III, which will begin previews Oct. 10 prior to an o…

Linked From Playbill at 09:28AM

'Tomorrowland' is a little overwritten and a little too on the nose

Sometimes you find yourself admiring a movie a lot more than actually enjoying it. This is typically not the best situation to find yourself in, but admiration is still way better than conte…

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'Good Kill' is first movie to show us what war looks like from a cubicle

Movies have shown us war from all possible angles; from the jungle to the desert to the trenches to the oceans and to the skies. “Good Kill” is the first movie to show us what war looks …

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'Spring to Dance Festival' continues to charm by Calvinwilson@post-Dispatch.com

Eighth edition of Memorial Day weekend event featured engaging performances, emerging talents.

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Theater News: Broadway's King Charles III Announces More Casting

The play by Mike Bartlett will take Broadway's Music Box Theatre.

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De Niro, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Etc. Give Advice to Graduates. RIP Anne Meara. Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

“When it comes to the arts, passion should always trump common sense,” Robert De Niro said in a commencement address this past week to graduates of the NYU Tisch School of the Arts. …

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TROUPER TUESDAY: Fun Home's Emily Skeggs by JK

Every once in awhile, the Tony Awards nominating committee gets it right.  This year, they really did when they nominated everyone in the principal cast of the already award-winning Fun…

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Features: Eva Noblezada sings Smash's "They Just Keep Moving the Line"

The Miss Saigon star, and WhatsOnStage Award winner, has released a cover of the Marilyn Monroe song by Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman

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Report From New York: Inky Comedy Hand To God Is Riveting, Riotous And Deeply Unnerving by Bill Hirschman

“Dark comedy” usually refers to a blithely cynical or whistling-past-the-graveyard attitude, but in the hilarious and unnerving Hand To God the darkness is pure visceral evil.

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'New Girl' Star Max Greenfield Joins Cast of AMERICAN HORROR STORY: HOTEL by TV News Desk

Ryan Murphy took to Twitterover the weekend to announce that NEW GIRL star Max Greenfield has joined the cast of the fifth season of the horror anthology series AMERICAN HORROR STORY HOTEL.

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Exclusive Photo Coverage: ON YOUR FEET Stars Ana Villafae and Josh Segarra Throw Out First Pitch at Chicago Cubs Game by Amy Boyle

The Chicago Cubs vs. Washington Nationals played Monday, May 25th. ON YOUR FEET principal cast members Ana Villafae and Josh Segarra who are starring as Gloria and Emilio Estefan delivered t…

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WAKE UP with BWW 5/26/2015 - 'UNMADE BED' Reunion, 10 OUT OF 12, 'STRATAGEM' and More by Jessica Showers

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Because we know all our readers eat, sleep and breathe Broadway, what could be better than waking up to it Today's big news SONGS FROM AN UNMADE BED comes to SubC…

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek - ELLEN Pulls a 'Scare' Prank on Josh Groban on Today's Show! by TV News Desk

Josh Groban stops by today's ELLEN to chat with the host about his fun on the set of the new show, 'Repeat After Me,' and to perform from his all-new album, 'Stages'

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VIDEO: Sting & Jimmy Fallon's 'Ragtime Gals' Perform 'Roxanne' by TV News Desk

On Friday night's TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, the Ragtime Gals sang a barbershop quartet version of 'Roxanne' with musical guest Sting.

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Backstage: Behind the scenes at Manchester’s Home by Ak Bennett-Hunter

Home in Manchester has been formed by the merger of Cornerhouse art gallery and cinema and the Library Theatre Company, and officially

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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The One Day of the Year review – a perfect microcosm of Australian social tensions by Michael Billington

Alan Seymour’s probing 1960 drama about the generational and class conflicts that rear up within one family on Anzac Day gets an excellent and timely revival Continue reading...

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ACE boss Peter Bazalgette calls for creative industries to double in size by David Hutchison

Arts Council England chair Peter Bazalgette has called on the government to double the size of the creative industries in the next

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Review: Lunacy!/Jackalope Theatre by Alex Huntsberger

Why is it that conspiracy theories – like, say, the one about the US government hiring director Stanley Kubrick to fake the moon landing – continue to endure? Is the belief in a …

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Interviews: Jim Dale on 'coming home' to the West End

The former National Theatre and Carry On stalwart brings Just Jim Dale to the Vaudeville Theatre from tonight

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Theatre News: Rachel Tucker headlines Bridge House fundraiser

The event on 14 June also features Gerard McCarthy and Danny Colligan

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Broadway & 'Newsroom' Star Alison Pill Ties the Knot by TV News Desk

'Newsroom' and Broadway actress Alison Pill tied the knot over the weekend with her fiance of four months, Joshua Leonard.

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Tonys: The Curious Titles of 2015's Nominated Shows, Parts 1 & 2! by Scott Feinberg

THR's awards analyst gives the backstory on nominated shows with titles verbose ('The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time'), multi-part ('Wolf Hall: Parts 1 and 2') and/or exclamat…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW's On This Day - May 26, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 26 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Original Cast, Creatives Reunite for 10th Anniversary of NYTW's SONGS FROM AN UNMADE BED Tonight at SubCulture by BroadwayWorld

Original ensemble members, Michael Winther, Kimberly Grigsby, Shane Shanahan are joined by cellist, Peter Sachon as they reunite with Pulitzer prize-winning lyricist, Mark Campbell and many …

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Broadway Vets to Compete on Tonight's AMERICA'S GOT TALENT Season Premiere by TV News Desk

Stars from the Broadway production of AVENUE Q, Howie Michael Smith PrincetonRod and Christian Anderson NickyTrekkie Monster will be featured on the Season Premiere episode of AMERICA'S G…

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Home is where the heart is: why theatres must be more welcoming by Lyn Gardner

As the new multimillion-pound building in Manchester shows, you can call an arts complex Home – but the challenge is to really make it feel like one Continue reading...

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Arnold Wesker by Nicola Jennings

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The Ghost Train review – off the rails on a comedy detour by Lyn Gardner

Royal Exchange, ManchesterIn spite of innovative staging and an uptight spinster played by a man, Told by an Idiot’s version of this 1922 chiller aims for laughs over edge-of-your-seat hor…

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And the Tony Award for Best Viewing Party Goes To… by Tim Croner

Sunday, June 7th is a big night for fans of the Broadway musical: it’s the 69th Annual Tony Awards! For one night only, Broadway’s brightest gather together to celebrate all that New Yor…

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Poll: Who’s best, Lloyd Webber or Sondheim? by The Stage

With The Stage pulling focus on all things musical theatre, and Mark Shenton putting together a list of his favourite musicals of

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Speaking with “An American in Paris” star Robert Fairchild: “Meaty legs,” but no tap dancing by Sarah Kaufman

By the time his biggest dance moment arrives, in the dizzying final scene of Broadway’s “An American in Paris,” Robert Fairchild is pretty drained.“That ballet comes at end of the sh…

Linked From Washington Post at 06:52AM

Shakespeare to the People: Macbeth by Sandi Durell

              Review by JK Clarke     It’s pretty much a no-brainer to heap praise on an organization that brings professional-level Shakespear…

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Rachel Tucker to star in fundraising concert for south London venue by Matthew Hemley

Rachel Tucker is to headline a fundraising event at south London venue the Bridge House Theatre. Tucker, who recently starred on Broadway in

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Jeopardy! Champ Provides An All-Time Great Wrong Answer by Timothy Burke

When it comes to famous wrong Final Jeopardy! responses, most people think Cliff Clavin. But tonight’s Jeopardy! champion, Choyon Manjrekar, made his bid for infamy with a tremendous respo…

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Sam Waterston does his 10th Shakespeare in the Park by Joe Dziemianowicz

Sam Waterston begins his role as the marooned sorcerer Prospero in Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” on Wednesday in Central Park.

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Review of Judy Blume’s ‘In the Unlikely Event’ by Sherryl Connelly

It's Judy Blume’s first novel for adults since 1998 — and she goes back to her youth.

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Agent: 'Zhivago' star Sharif has Alzheimer's

Actor also starred opposite Peter O'Toole in 'Lawrence of Arabia.'        

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San Francisco Sheriff Ross Mirkarimi's wife stands by her man -- on stage by Karen D'Souza

Responding to a domestic abuse case she felt was a political hatchet job, Eliana Lopez has developed a solo show to tell her side of the story.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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William Gillette Restored To Life On Film by Frank Rizzo

Before Basil Rathbone, Jeremy Brett, Robert Downey Jr., Benedict Cumberbatch and Jonny Lee Miller there was Hartford's William Gillette.

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Blogs: Matt Trueman: Cuts are threatening artist development

'Very few emerging artists can command sizeable audiences off their own backs'

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Teaser Trailer For Clockmaker’s Daughter Released by Doug Mayo

By Doug Mayo With previews starting tomorrow,  we are pleased to bring you this teaser trailer for the new musical The Clockmaker’s Daughter by Michael Webborn and Daniel Finn. Spindl…

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Lookback: on becoming a Recognized Authority by Terry Teachout

From 2005: I got a call yesterday from a fact checker at The New Yorker who wanted to know whether H.L. Mencken actually sent the following form letter to angry correspondents: Dear Sir or M…

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Kitchen-table drama: mums and daughters ask the questions that matter by Ravi Jain and Rose Plotek

In our Q&A show Like Mother, Like Daughter we wanted to give voice to people who wouldn’t consider themselves the subject of ‘great art’ Continue reading...

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Almanac: John Gielgud on New York at mid-century by Terry Teachout

“New York is a terrifying city but hectically beautiful in many ways. The kindness and welcome are overwhelming, but there is too much money, food and drink and too much respect for succes…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 05:00AM

1976 and 5 other things Bugsy Malone and Carrie have in common by Terri Paddock

I’ve seen two musicals recently that I’d recommend: Bugsy Malone at the Lyric Hammersmith and Carrie at Southwark Playhouse. Bugsy Malone is set in Prohibition-era New York City …

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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NEWS: Winners announced at the Stephen Sondheim awards by James Lillywhite

The winners at a prestigious musical theatre awards ceremony have been announced. Erin Doherty won the Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year (SSSSPOTY) at the Garrick Theat…

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Review: Crouch, Touch, Pause, Engage (Arcola Theatre)

Max Stafford-Clark's production, based on the life of rugby player Gareth Thomas, ends its tour at the Arcola Theatre

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Natasha Tripney’s theatre picks: May 26 by Natasha Tripney

There are fewer big openings in London this week because of the bank holiday though these include new shows at the Donmar

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Murder for Two Begins at the Geffen Playhouse

The production, which features the original New York cast, starts tonight.

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Jonathan Slinger: My life in five shows by Interview By Catherine Love

The Shakespearean actor, who is currently starring as Willy Wonka in London’s West End, picks the productions that shaped his career and changed his life Continue reading...

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Mark Shenton’s top 50 musicals (41-50) by Mark Shenton

As we wallow in all things musical theatre this week (including a special musical theatre issue of the newspaper, out on May

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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'Site-specific theatre'? Please be more specific by Andy Field

This term is now used to describe almost every show that isn't put on in a purpose-built auditorium. That's missing the point Continue reading...

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Talking with an Adjudicator by Lindsay Price

Episode 131: Talking with an Adjudicator What is an adjudicator looking for? How do you handle an adjudication? How does an adjudicator approach their task? Lindsay talks to Matthew MacDermi…

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"The Simpsons" Move In To Universal Studios Hollywood by Young Hollywood

"The Simpsons" Move In To Universal Studios HollywoodD'OH! YH heads to Springfield, USA, at its new home in Universal Studios Hollywood theme park, where "The Simpsons" are taking over! We'r…

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Tuesday, May 26, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Mitchell Jarvis Brings 'JACQUES BREL' Solo Show to Rockwood Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Mitchell Jarvis brings his solo performance of Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well and Living Everywhere to the Lower East Side tonight, May 26, 2015. Doors at 630 PM, show at 7 PM at Rockwood Mu…

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54 SINGS ELTON JOHN Set for Tonight by BroadwayWorld

54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents '54 Sings ELTON JOHN,' an evening celebrating the work of mega-recording star, Elton John.

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Montclair's Whole Theatre Company reunites

About 55 people, including founding members and board members of the Whole Theatre Company, gathered to reunite on Monday.

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Ahhhh. So Macbeth Had PTSD? by Douglas McLennan

“We know from soldiers today coming back from Iraq or Afghanistan that they have these hallucinations,” Michael Fassbender said. “You could be walking down the Croisette here and then …

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Australia’s Backward Progress In Indigenous Theatre by Douglas McLennan

“The use of on-stage tropes to represent colonial oppression has been written about extensively by many scholars in my field of Theatre Studies. The over-arching theme is that non-Indi…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 12:01AM

The Essential Secrets For Surviving the Shakespeare in the Park Line by Carey Purcell

With performances of The Tempest beginning in Central Park's Delacorte Theater May 27, Playbill.com offers a guide to waiting in line for free tickets to Shakespeare in the Park.&nbs…

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“I’m 100% Gonna Fan Girl Her” — Exciting Casting On the Road to Allegiance’s Broadway Bow by Marc Acito

As the book writer of Allegiance, a new musical starting previews Oct. 6 at the Longacre Theatre, Playbill contributor Marc Acito will provide a first-hand look into the process of bring…

Linked From Playbill at 12:00AM

World Premiere of New Anne Washburn Play, Set During a Tech Rehearsal, Begins Tonight by Olivia Clement

Soho Rep presents the world premiere of 10 out of 12, by Anne Washburn, writer of the critically acclaimed Mr. Burns, A Post-Electric Play. Her newest work, beginning May 26, takes place…

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Playbill Vault’s Today In Theatre History: May 26 by Robert Viagas and Ernio Hernandez and Anne Bradley

1913 One hundred and twelve actors gather at the Pabst Grand Circle Hotel near Columbus Circle in New York City and vote to form Actors’ Equity Association, the union representing …

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Rock of Ages’ Mitchell Jarvis Brings Jacques Brel Back To Rockwood Tonight by Michael Gioia

Rock of Ages star Mitchell Jarvis returns to Rockwood Music Hall May 26 to showcase the work of Jacques Brel with Jacques Brel Is Alive and Well And Living Everywhere.

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Do You Read Reviews? Stars of Finding Neverland, Living On Love and The Heidi Chronicles Answer! by Playbill Staff

Stars from the 2014-15 Broadway season share with Playbill.com whether they read reviews of their own work.

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Off-Broadway’s Songs From an Unmade Bed Celebrates Tenth Anniversary in Concert Tonight by Michael Gioia

Songs From an Unmade Bed: In Concert, a solo work starring Michael Winther that features lyrics by Mark Campbell and music by 18 composers, is held May 26 at 8 PM at New York City&#…

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