Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: The Trial of an American President

Off-Broadway audiences engage in a fantasy prosecution of George W. Bush.

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Review: The Encounter

Simon McBurney plays with the concept of reality in his new solo show at the John Golden Theatre.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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What Did the Critics Think of The Encounter on Broadway? by Robert Viagas

Simon McBurney's immersive solo show takes the audience on a mystical journey.

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Headphones Required for Broadway 'Encounter' by Robert Kahn

U.K. actor Simon McBurney stars in a non-linear performance piece about an explorer's quest to find the source of the Amazon. A multi-sensory technological achievement crammed into a story t…

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Floyd Collins, Wilton's Music Hall by Edward Seckerson

It's one of those true stories you couldn't make up: in 1920s Kentucky, Floyd Collins, visionary cave explorer, happens across the spectacular sand cave of his dreams only to become trapped …

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The Trial of an American President Review: George Bush Accused of War Crimes by Jonathan Mandell

President George W. Bush was convicted of war crimes at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, on the night I attended The Trial of an American President, an earnest, informative and…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Simon McBurney’s Techno Excursion ‘The Encounter’ Is A Trip: Broadway Review by Jeremy Gerard

With his intense eyes, dimpled chin and thatch of hair, Simon McBurney has a chameleonic look that shifts imperceptibly from innocent to sinister, enchanted to terrified, that will be famili…

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Imelda Staunton to Star in West End Revival of FOLLIES by BroadwayWorld

The Daily Mail's Baz Bamigboye has announced thatImelda Stauntonwill star as Sally in a London revival ofFolliesby Stephen SondheimandJames Goldman.

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The Trial of An American President – Review and Pics by New York Theater

President George W. Bush was convicted of war crimes at the International Criminal Court in the Hague, on the night I attended The Trial of an American President, an earnest, informative and…

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Warren Carlyle Directs Workshop of Jerome Robbins Musical Revue at City Center; Is Broadway Next? by BroadwayWorld

Michael Riedel of The New YorkPost has reported that arevue featuring dances from Jerome Robbins' Broadway musicals and ballets wasstaged in aa top-secret workshop at last week atCity Center.

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Will PRINCE OF BROADWAY Make Long- Awaited Broadway Premiere? by BroadwayWorld

Michael Riedel of the New York Post has reported that the long-awaited Hal Prince musical retrospective, Prince of Broadway, may make its Broadway premiere next season.

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Don’t call Patti LuPone’s Wolf Trap show a cabaret, and don’t use your cellphone by Rebecca Ritzel

The Tony Award winner is bringing “Don’t Monkey Around With Broadway” to Wolf Trap.

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

Who says Big Broadway is dead? As far as any regular theatregoer is concerned, it's alive and well and living at the John Golden.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Aaron Tveit Goes for a Jog Interrupted by Public Urination in New Better Off Single Clip by Ryan McPhee

We promise you, Aaron Tveit, if we were to go on a Central Park jog with you, we wouldn’t risk getting fined for public indecency. Take a look at a new clip from his upcoming film Bett…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with William Popp of Waitress by Broadway.com

New Waitress cast member William Popp stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat with Imogen Lloyd Webber.

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Harold Prince's Prince of Broadway to Land on the Great White Way by Imogen Lloyd Webber

We told you this tuner was one to watch! The long-in-the-works musical Prince of Broadway, which ran in Japan last year, is looking to begin performances on the Main Stem in the fall of 201…

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Little Kids Rock Auctions Tickets to Broadway's SCHOOL OF ROCK by BroadwayWorld

Broadway hit School of Rock is offering one lucky Little Kids Rock Auction bidder the chance to win tickets to see the show in style.

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People You Should Know . . . Andy Striph by Zack Calhoon

Andy Striph is an actor working in television, stage and film and a graduate of the BFA program at Syracuse University. He is a star of the upcoming musical THE FOLK SINGER, written by Tom A…

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‘Prince of Broadway’ plans to finally hit NYC next year by Michael Riedel

Two Broadway legends are being saluted in a couple of forthcoming musical revues. First up is Hal Prince, whose life and shows are the subjects of “The Prince of Broadway.” Sources say i…

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Visual Arts Review: Rediscovered Feminist Rebel — Artist Miriam Laufer by Arts Fuse Editor

The political and feminist works of the '60s and '70s make the case for Miriam Laufer’s place in the annals of post-war American modernism.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Ann Emery, Original 'Grandma' in West End's BILLY ELLIOT, Passes Away by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that actress Ann Emery, who originated the role of 'Grandma' in the West End's BILLY ELLIOT - THE MUSICAL, has died.

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Cats' Christine Cornish Smith on Her Dream Jellicle Date, Her Delicious Obsession & More by Broadway.com

Age: 25 Hometown: Dallas, TX Current Role: Christine Cornish Smith is making her Broadway debut in Cats as flirtatious feline Bombalurina. Stage Cred: Cornish Smith appeared in …

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‘The Addams Family’ and ‘Almost, Maine’ Top High School List by American Theatre Editors

Dramatics magazine releases its annual tally of most-produced plays and musicals for the 2015-16 school year.

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Review: In ‘Tomorrow’s Parties,’ Visions of the Planet’s Future by Laura Collins-Hughes

A woman and a man conjure ever-morphing, wildly different ideas in this show from Forced Entertainment, part of the Crossing the Line Festival.

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Magic Time! ‘The Gulf’ at Signature Theatre by John Stoltenberg

One measure of the quality of a play is how it stays in one’s mind the next few days. Or the next weeks or months or years. Not just how it plays on stage. How it remains in the brain. The…

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Theater News: Liz Callaway to Perform at Acting Company Gala

The event will honor director Mark Lamos and arts patron J. Barclay Collins.

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Theater Listings for Sept. 30-Oct. 6

A critical guide to productions in New York City, including shows in previews.

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Congo Square announces 2016-17 season by Morgan Greene

Congo Square Theatre announced its 2016-17 season, including two Chicago premieres, on Thursday. December will see the return of "A Joyful Noise: A Nativity Tribute" at the DuSable Museum. …

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Critics Review Judith Light in Neil LaBute’s All the Ways to Say I Love You by Playbill Staff

Reviews are now in for the world premiere of Neil LaBute’s All the Ways to Say I Love You, which opened September 28 at MCC Theater.

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Liz Callaway to Headline The Acting Company's 2016 Gala by BroadwayWorld

Liz Callaway, the Emmy Award-winning actress, singer and recording artist is set to perform as part of The Acting Company's annual gala.

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Evan Harrington to Bring Meat Loaf to 54 Below with BAT OUT OF HELL by BroadwayWorld

Feinstein's54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Evan Harrington 'BAT OUT OF HELL' -LIVE.

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Review: ‘Songs of Lear,’ We Hear Cordelia Singing by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Song of the Goat Theater from Poland presents an impressionistic and sung version of “King Lear” at BAM.

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2016 Poppy Seed Festival launched by Anne-Marie Peard

The second Poppy Seed Theatre Festival launched its program on Thursday night in Melbourne. Embracing the development of some of the best Melbourne-based independent artists, the festival pr…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Le Grand Amour! Garen Scribner, Sara Esty & More Preview the National Tour of An American in Paris by Broadway.com

Romance is in the air! The national tour of An American in Paris is hitting the road this fall. Go inside the show's rehearsal room to meet the cast.

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What'd He Miss? Seth Stewart Is Hamilton's New Marquis de Lafayette & Thomas Jefferson on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Broadway.com has confirmed that former Hamilton ensemble member Seth Stewart has assumed the roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson full-time. He’ll take over the track tha…

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The Fantasticks Launches Pittsburgh Public Theater Season by Adam Hetrick

Jamen Nanthakumar and Mary Elizabeth Drake co-star in the Tom Jones-Harvey Schmidt classic.

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Comedian Barry Crimmins: ‘You can’t hate anybody until you hate yourself’ by Aaron Timms In New York

The king of today’s investigative comics, has exposed online child abuse, inspired Judd Apatow and Louis CK – and is still as funny and as angry as everIn the elevator on the way down fr…

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Review: ‘The Gulf’ at Signature Theatre by David Siegel

Signature’s premiere of The Gulf written by Audrey Cefaly is a daring dark venture about two women entwined with heartache and sadness. It is a scorching two-hander character study that t…

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Adam Pascal & Anthony Rapp, Kate Baldwin and More Set for October at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

This September, Feinstein's54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club amp Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.

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A Place to Go: Theatres Embrace the All-Gender Bathroom by American Theatre Editors

As an absurd fight over transgender bathroom rights intensifies, theatres can lead by freeing their own facilities from the binary.

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Lion King Star Is The New Phantom of the Opera on Tour by Adam Hetrick

Derrick Davis has been announced to take over the title role in the national tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s hit musical.

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ON THE SCENE with Randy Rainbow: How Well Do you Know Kristin Chenoweth & Idina Menzel? by Randy Rainbow

September 23 was a great day to be a Wicked fan, as the show's two original stars dropped new albums.Kristin Chenoweth released the Art of Elegance and Idina Menzel her self-titled Idina.Ran…

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Battery Dance holding campaign for dancers seeking refuge by Admin

Battery Dance, a New York-based organization focused on dance diplomacy, has announced the launch of the Adel Euro Campaign for Dancers Seeking Refuge, which focuses on relocating, hosting a…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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12 of Our Favorite Performances from Leslie Odom, Jr. by Michael Gioia

Before the Tony-winning star hits the Rainbow Room and releases a holiday album, watch some of his best performances here.

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Theater News: All the Ways to Say I Love You, Starring Judith Light, Announces Final Extension

Neil LaBute's solo drama adds another week of performances.

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Ballet Theatre of Maryland Presents: The Legend of Sleepy Hollow by Self-Post News

Experience the dramatic, electrifying antics of the Headless Horseman and other mesmerizing spooky creatures as they leap from the page to the stage at Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts …

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Paramour Song to Be Featured on TV's Dancing With the Stars by Robert Viagas

The ABC series plans a Cirque du Soleil Night for October 3.

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Neil LaBute's All the Ways to Say I Love You, Starring Judith Light, Extends Again Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

The world premiere of Neil LaBute’s All the Ways To Say I Love You, starring two-time Tony and Broadway.com Audience Choice Award winner Judith Light, has once again extended its off-B…

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See Onstage & Off: The State of Transgender Artists Panel at #IdentityWeek by Monica Simoes

The free four-day panel event exploring racial, cultural, sexual and gender identity in the theatre began September 27 at the Vineyard Theatre.

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Denuded: Interrupted – Bruno Isakovic at La Mama by Maura Donohue

Last night, La Mama, officially, kicked off its 55th anniversary season with Croatian choreographer Bruno Isakovic’s Denuded.   This is also the final program for the 5th Queer N…

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What comedian Tim Meadows is watching, reading and listening to by Brad Wheeler

The long-time cast member of Saturday Night Live says he is a Howard Stern fan

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Broadway Weekly Buying Guide, Powered by SeatGeek: September 29, 2016 by BroadwayWorld

Looking to buy last minute tickets to a Broadway show Don't know what to see Trying to find a theater

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ALL THE WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU, Starring Judith Light, Extends Again at MCC Theater by BroadwayWorld

MCC Theaterhas announced a second and final extension --now through October 23, 2016 --for All the Ways to Say I Love You, a new play by Neil LaBute, directed by Leigh Silverman and starring…

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Photo Flash: Betsy Morgan, Kate Rockwell, and More Begin Rehearsals for Carousel

The Rodgers and Hammerstein classic comes to Arena Stage.

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Internet star Grumpy Cat to join a Broadway show — ‘Cats’ by Mark Kennedy | ap

Life will imitate art — or is it the other way around? — when internet sensation Grumpy Cat joins the cast of the Broadway musical “Cats” on Friday for what will likely be a feline-g…

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Lauren Worsham, Mary Testa and More to Open NYFOS Season with RODGERS, RODGERS & GUETTEL by BroadwayWorld

New York Festival of Songopens its 2016-17Mainstage seasonat Merkin Concert Hall with twoevenings devoted to the Rodgers family-Richard, Mary, and Adam Guettel withrare unpublishedsongs by b…

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See Hamilton Cast Host Voter Registration by Monica Simoes

The cast of the Broadway hit Hamilton set up registration tables September 28 outside the Richard Rodgers Theatre.

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Hedda Hedda Hey! by Leah Richards

Hedda (Gabler) Adapted by Matt Minnicino Directed by Joseph Michael Parks Presented by Wandering Bark Theatre Company At IRT Theater, NYC September 23-October 8, 2016 Henrik Ibse…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Grand Stage Announces more Theatrical Skills Workshops by Bt

Join us for these educational, informative and inexpensive workshops.Pre-registration is required. There will not be any on-site registration.All workshops have limited space. Registering ea…

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Enriching Evanston Through Art by Bt

All Evanston arts stakeholders are welcome: artists, arts groups, performers, audience and all who love art. Can we enrich Evanston through art? Let’s take one step together to find out. E…

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The Training Center at Victory Gardens Returns by Bt

Victory Gardens Theater announces the return of The Training Center, with courses beginning in fall 2016. Classes in a variety of disciplines, including performance, dance and writing will b…

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Steven Weber, Bets Malone and Jane Leeves Join Tyne Daly in Dear World by Andrew Gans

The concert performance of the Jerry Herman musical will be presented September 30.

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Hamilton Cast Helps Broadway Fans Register to Vote Outside Richard Rodgers Theatre

On September 28, Hamilton cast members set up shop outside the Richard Rodgers Theatre and helped fans register to vote. The cast members were trained in the registration process by members …

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Parody Is Dead: The Real Grumpy Cat Will Appear in ‘Cats’ on Broadway by John Bonazzo

Grumpy Cat will make her Broadway debut tomorrow night. This one-night-only appearance will mark the first time an actual kitty has appeared in the show.

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Music News: Leslie Odom Jr. to Release New Album of Christmas Tunes

S-Curve Records will put out the upcoming CD.

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Theater News: Broadway's Hamilton Finds Its New Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson

An original ensemble member steps into the roles originated by Daveed Diggs.

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Odds & Ends: Grumpy Cat to Join Cats Cast, Idina Menzel on Frozen 2 & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Grumpy Cat to Join Cats Cast What's next, Miss Kitty being named the Gumbie Cat standby? Grumpy Cat, the media personal…

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Bronx Bullet: Backstage at A Bronx Tale with Ariana DeBose, Episode 1: Meet the Family! by Broadway.com

In the first episode of her new vlog, A Bronx Tale's Ariana DeBose introduces us to the cast during the first week of rehearsal. She also gives an insider's look at the Broadway Flea…

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Broadway Fave Derrick Davis & More Join the Touring Cast of The Phantom of the Opera by Ryan Gilbert

He will soon be bringing you the "music of the night!" Broadway favorite Derrick Davis will play the man behind the mask, The Phantom, in the national touring production of Andrew …

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This Week in L.A. Theatre by Julio Martinez

IN THE NEWS Longtime theatrically inconsistent Ricardo Montalbán Theatre — which originally opened as the Beaux Arts in 1927, billed as “Hollywood’s first legitimate theate…

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See Julia Murney and Jenna Ushkowitz Go Back To School at 54 Below by Hannah Vine

Hunter Bell and Susan Blackwell co-hosted the September 26 benefit concert at Feinstein’s 54 Below.

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Photos! All the Ways to Say I Love You Starring Judith Light Opening Night by Hannah Vine

The two-time Tony winner teamed up with playwright Neil LaBute and Tony nominee Leigh Silverman for the world premiere.

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Moral Imperative by Steven Morris

The post Moral Imperative appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Josh Groban and The Great Comet Cast Are Heading to BroadwayCon by Adam Hetrick

Groban and the cast of Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812 will appear in a special MainStage panel at BroadwayCon.

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Starry Group Set to Perform in Drama League’s Celebration of David Hyde Pierce by Andrew Gans

Tyne Daly, Billy Porter, Bebe Neuwirth, Sierra Boggess, Christopher Sieber and more will perform.

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Bernadette Peters to Headline 'Unforgettable Evening' for Patchogue Theatre, Broadway Barks by BroadwayWorld

Patchogue Theatre for the Performing Arts PTPA will presentone of Broadway's brightest stars - Bernadette Peters in 'An Unforgettable Evening' on the Patchogue Theatre Main Stage, Saturday, …

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BWW TV Exclusive: Watch the Teaser for Our New Series: DANCE CAPTAIN DANCE ATTACK with Ben Cameron! by Ben Cameron

BroadwayWorldis proud to announce ourlatest exclusive series DANCE CAPTAIN DANCE ATTACK

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Megan Hilty, Broadway Inspirational Voices and More Join BROADWAY SNIFFS OUT CANCER by BroadwayWorld

Megan Hilty Wicked, 'Smash', Alex Newell 'Glee' and Michael McElroy with members of the Broadway Inspirational Voices have joined the lineup of the first annual all-star benefit concert BROA…

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October to Usher in New Stars for PHANTOM OF THE OPERA on Tour by BroadwayWorld

Cameron Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group announced today that Derrick Davis, Jordan Craig, Trista Moldovan and Emily Ramirez will join the principal cast of the spect…

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In 'Fly by Night,' a songwriter sandwiched between sisters by Chris Jones

The hero of "Fly by Night," the indie-vibe 2014 musical from New York's Playwrights Horizons now in its intimate Chicago premiere at the Theo Ubique Cabaret Theatre in Rogers Park, makes san…

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Meet the Cast and Director of Providence Players’ ‘Amadeus’ Part 4: Debora Crabbe and Bobby Welsh as The Venticelli by Chip Gertzog by Guest Author

Amadeus, the late Peter Shaffer’s Tony Award and Academy Award-winning masterpiece opens this Friday, September 30, 2016 at the James Lee Community Center Theater and kicks off the Provide…

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Kate Burton to Star in Immersive The Dead, 1904 by Olivia Clement

The adaptation of James Joyce’s The Dead will be staged in an old Upper East Side townhouse with wine and dinner included.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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The Civilians Announce 2016-17 R&D Group by American Theatre Editors

A group of 17 artists will develop a new work together.

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Marin Mazzie and Jason Danieley to Chat Health and Careers at The Drama Book Shop This Fall by BroadwayWorld

The Drama Book Shop willwelcome three-time Tony Award-nominee Marin Mazzie and her husband, Broadway veteran, Jason Danieley, for an intimate discussion about life in the theatre and Mazzie'…

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VIDEO: Nathan Lane & John Goodman Talk Relevancy of Broadway's THE FRONT PAGE by TV News Desk

Nathan Lane and John Goodman stopped by NBC's TODAY this morning to chat about their revival of the comedy THE FRONT PAGE, now playing on Broadway. Although the play originally debuted on Br…

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FELA's J.L. Williams Returns to Riverdance's 20th Anniversary Tour by BroadwayWorld

Riverdance- the Anniversary Tour returns to the USA from January to June 2017. J.L. Williams rejoins the ongoing 20th Anniversary tour and will be featured for the first time as the 'Bariton…

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Starry MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET Will Return to Ogunquit Playhouse; Hunter Foster to Direct! by BroadwayWorld

The Ogunquit Playhouse will bring back the most popular show in its history, the Tony Award-winning musical Million Dollar Quartet, on stage October 5 through November 6.

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Nicholas Rodriguez, Betsy Morgan and More for CAROUSEL at Arena Stage by BroadwayWorld

Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater presents Carousel,directed by Artistic Director Molly Smith, with music by Richard Rodgers and book and lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II.Fea…

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Jan Murray obituary by Susan Sheahan

My teacher and friend Jan Murray, who has died at the age of 74, was an outspoken and powerful arts critic and an influential voice for British and international contemporary dance.Jan was t…

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Sex: the play that put Mae West in prison returns to New York by Charlotte Burns In New York

A theatre group has teased out the proudly feminist subtext in West’s play, which was banned for obscenity but launched the actor into superstardomThis month, Sex returns to the city: an i…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with Tamsin Greig and More for 'THE INTELLIGENT HOMOSEXUAL'S GUIDE...' at Hampstead by BroadwayWorld

Hampstead Theatre presents the UK premiere of Pulitzer prize winning Tony Kushner's The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide to Capitalism and Socialism with a Key to the Scriptures, directed by O…

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Livestreaming Conference: Bitef and Cultural Diplomacy: Theatre Festivals and Geopolitics—BITEF Festival and UNESCO Chair in Cultural Policy and Man by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. The Conference Bitef and Cultural Diplomacy: Theatre Festivals and Geopolitics livestreams on the global, commons-based peer-produced HowlRound TV network at howlround.tv Sa…

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Theater News: Grumpy Cat Receives an Invitation to Broadway's Jellicle Ball in Cats

The Internet sensation might be chosen to ascend to the Heavyside Layer.

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The Bodyguard Star Ben Richards on Not Singing in a Musical & Why He Likes Being a Replacement by Matt Wolf

Ben Richards is a major TV name in Britain who has distinguished himself across a range of musicals, including Grease and Guys and Dolls to The Full Monty and Priscilla, Queen of the Desert.…

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Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas! Leslie Odom Jr. to Release Festive Album by Broadway.com

The perfect stocking stuffer for the Broadway buff in your life! Tony winner Leslie Odom Jr. will follow up his self-titled jazz debut album with a new record of reinterpreted holiday classi…

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Tony-Winning Hamilton Star Will Release Christmas Album by Andrew Gans

Leslie Odom Jr.’s Simply Christmas will be available in November.

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Disney Announces ‘The Lion King’ Film Remake by Amy Sapp

Brush up on your “Hakuna Matata” and attempts to sing the words of “Circle of Life” correctly — The Lion King is returning to Pride Rock.   Though few deta…

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Photos: Photos: Tamsin Greig in rehearsals for The Intelligent Homosexual's Guide...

The production opens at Hampstead Theatre on 24 October

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New York City Starts $5 Million Fund for Women in Film and Theater by Melena Ryzik

The Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment will create the fund, administered over five years, to help with projects “by, for, or about women.”

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BWW Exclusive Video: Acclaimed Actor Stephen Lang Stars in BEYOND GLORY by Caryn Robbins

Below, watch BroadwayWorld's exclusive clip from the new film BEYOND GLORY. From executive producers James Cameron and Jon Landau, the film is directed by Larry Brand and stars Stephen Lang …

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Tyne Daly, Billy Porter, Bebe Neuwirth, Sierra Boggess and More Slated for Drama League's 2016 Gala Honoring David Hyde Pierce by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League has announced the roster of special guest performers for the 33rd Annual Musical Celebration of Broadway honoring Tony and Emmy Award winner David Hyde Pierce to be held on …

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HAMILTON Tony Winner Leslie Odom, Jr. to Release SIMPLY CHRISTMAS Album by BroadwayWorld

Award-winning vocalist Leslie Odom Jr. will follow up his hugely successful self-titled jazz debut with a stunning album of newly reinterpreted holiday classics entitled Simply Christmas, to…

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Grumpy Cat Will Become First Real Feline to Claw Into Broadway's CATS by BroadwayWorld

Andrew Lloyd Webber's record-breaking Broadway musical, CATS will make history once again when internet sensation, Grumpy Cat becomes the first genuine feline to join the cast.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Kate Burton to Star in Immersive Stage Adaptation of James Joyce's The Dead

The production will be presented by Irish Repertory Theatre.

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LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Rosie Perez Set for 2016 Restore Brooklyn Benefit Honoring Kenny Leon & More by BroadwayWorld

On Monday, October 17, at 630 PM, the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation will host the Restore Brooklyn Annual Benefit gala, honoring Congressman Joseph P. Kennedy III, Tony Award-wi…

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Idina Menzel and More Join LIVE IN THE VINEYARD November Line-Up by BroadwayWorld

Live In The Vineyard LITV today announced more artists for the eighteenth installment of the exclusive music, food and wine festival, which will include Tony Award winning icon Idina Menzel,…

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OITNB star says media needs to represent full-figured woman by Nekesa Mumbi Moody | ap

If you check Danielle Brooks’ Instagram account, you’ll see plenty of poses that ooze self-confidence, from shots of the “Orange is the New Black” star in glamorous outfits to a self…

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FROM DOWN UNDER: The Australian Ballet announces 2017 ‘season of wonderment’ by Simon Parris

Announcing a range of premieres and classic works, The Australian Ballet has proclaimed 2017 to be A Season of Wonderment.

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Houston Theatre Founded By Former American Idol Contestant Shuts Down by Michael Gioia

The Kaleidoscope Theater, founded by Colton Berry, has shuttered due to financial difficulties.

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Why Sutton Foster Is the Magic Ingredient for TVLand’s Surprise Hit Show by Ruthie Fierberg

The two-time Tony winner may just be the secret to Younger’s success.

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Gotham Star Robin Lord Taylor Headed to White Rabbit, Red Rabbit by Adam Hetrick

Taylor, who stars as Oswald Cobblepot (The Penguin) on Gotham, is the next actor to step into the mysterious Off-Broadway play.

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Up yours! A satanic Kermit takes over a good Lutheran kid in Victory Gardens’ Hand to God by Tony Adler

Convinced Christians may take offense at Hand to God. Convinced Christians with a sense of humor may find themselves in the odd position of taking offense while laughing.…

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Dillie Keane on Tom Lehrer: songs that led me to torture my parents by Dillie Keane

The American singer and songwriter mocked the absurdities of the human condition by using jolly tunes and foul lyrics Tom Lehrer exploded in my unhappy 15-year-old head like the best firewor…

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Best Shakespeare productions: what's your favourite Henry VIII? by Michael Billington

The play that burned down the Globe theatre in 1613, after a stage cannon ignited the thatch, is a potent farewell to this seriesIt seems strange to end this series of favourite Shakespeare …

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A New Musical Opens, and a London Hit Arrives on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Know: What not to miss in theatre September 29-October 9.

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with School of Rock's Drummer, Raghav Mehrotra

Raghav Mehrotra talks joining School of Rock after an open call, looking up to Alex Brightman, and more.

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Photo Flashback! The Spring Awakening Revival Opened Over a Year Ago on Broadway by Hannah Vine

Over a year ago the Deaf West production of Spring Awakening opened at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Take a look back at their September 27, 2015 opening night.

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“Cabaret” at Buell is just a tad too slick by Joanne Ostrow

The national tour of Kander and Ebb’s powerful “Cabaret” lands in Denver through Oct. 9, sounding a bit too pretty and looking a tad too slick. To do it justice, this show should feel …

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Kate Burton to Star in Irish Rep's Immersive THE DEAD, 1904 by BroadwayWorld

Irish Repertory Theatre and Dot Dot Productions,in association with The American Irish Historical Society, haveannounced the world premiere of THE DEAD, 1904 - an immersive adaptation of Jam…

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Welcome to Falsettoland! Meet the Full Company of FALSETTOS, Beginning Tonight on Broadway by Meet The Cast

Lincoln Center Theater's new production of William Finn and James Lapine's Tony Award-winning musical Falsettosbegins previews tonight, September 29, and runs for 14 weeks only at the Walter…

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Watch Daveed Diggs Talk About the Celebs He Met at Hamilton by Michael Gioia

The Hamilton star sat down on Jimmy Kimmel Live! to talk about leaving Hamilton and how he landed Black-ish.

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VIDEO: Daveed Diggs Talks HAMILTON Exit, 'Black-Ish' Gig & More on JIMMY KIMMEL by TV News Desk

Daveed Diggs stopped by last night's JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE to talk about leaving the hit Broadway show HAMILTON and recall some of the notable people he met while doing the show.

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STAGE TUBE: Mother-Daughter Bonding Gone Wrong! Watch the New Trailer for Disney's FREAKY FRIDAY Musical by Stage Tube

Signature Theatrepresents the world premiere production of Disney's Freaky Friday. Developed byDisney Theatrical Productionsexpressly for licensing to theatres, Freaky Friday features a book…

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HAVE YOU MET MISS JONES, Starring Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy, Premieres in KC; Tour, NY Up Next! by BroadwayWorld

AcademyAward-winning film, television and theater legend Shirley Jones and her son, Broadway and television actor Patrick Cassidy, star in the world premiere of Have You Met Miss Jones, feat…

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The Wooster Group Founder Receives 2016 Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize by BroadwayWorld

The Gish Prize Trust today announced that Elizabeth LeCompte, founding member and director of the internationally acclaimed experimental theater company The Wooster Group, has been selected …

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Seth Stewart Will Take Over as HAMILTON's Lafayette/Jefferson Full-Time by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has just learned that Seth Stewart has officially taken over the role of 'LafayetteJefferson' in Hamilton on Broadway. Stewart was one of three understudies who alternated the …

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Photo Flash: Encounter Simon McBurney's The Encounter in New Production Photos

The solo drama opens tonight at the Golden Theatre.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Theater News: Miss Saigon Veterans Rachelle Ann Go and Devin Ilaw Join Show's Broadway Cast

The beloved musical will star Jon Jon Briones and Eva Noblezada.

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A Conversation About The La MaMa Puppet Series with Curator Denise Greber by J. C. Wright

One of the true gems in the world of New York City off-off-Broadway theatre is La MaMa’s bi-annual Puppet Series, which is now kicking off the company’s 55th season. With a kaleidoscopic…

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The Legend of Zelda by American Theatre Editors

Zelda Fichandler wasn't just a founder of the American resident theatre movement; she was also one of its most clear-eyed critics.

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See Castle’s Stana Katic Take Her Turn in White Rabbit Red Rabbit by Hannah Vine

Each Monday night a different actor performs the play that is sealed inside an envelope.

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'Celebration,' from the 'Fantasticks' duo, opens the New Line season by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

From the creators of 'The Fantasticks' comes a musical fable you probably never heard

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Datebook: 'Samson Et Dalila' at Opera Bastille, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Opera Bastille, Paris, presents an opera in three acts and four scenes set to a French libretto by Ferdinand Lemaire. 'Samson Et Dalila' better known as Samson and Delilah will be perfo…

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Breaking News: Rachelle Ann Go & Devin Ilaw Join MISS SAIGON on Broadway! by BroadwayWorld

Rachelle Ann Go as Gigi and Devin Ilaw as Thuy have joined the cast of Cameron Mackintosh's acclaimed new production of Boublil and Schonberg's legendary musical MISS SAIGON, which begins pe…

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Photo Flash: Simon McBurney Takes on the Jungle in THE ENCOUNTER by BroadwayWorld

Direct from London and an international tour, Complicite's acclaimed production ofThe Encounter, conceived, directed and performed by Simon McBurney, openstonightat Broadway's John Golden Th…

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Irish Rep to Serve Dinner and ‘The Dead’ by Michael Paulson

“The Dead, 1904” will be staged at a townhouse and will accommodate 42 people a night, at $300 each for the play, dinner and drinks.

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See Simon McBurney in The Encounter on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The Edinburgh hit based on the true story of a National Geographic photographer in 1959 plays at the Golden Theatre.

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Digital Theatre’s Robert Delamere appointed chair of English Touring Theatre by David Hutchison

Digital Theatre co-founder Robert Delamere has been named as the new chair of English Touring Theatre. A trustee of the company since

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Deathlandia: THE UNDERTAKING, Steven Cosson, The Civilians in collaboration with Jessica Mitrani, BAM Next Wave by Jennifer Cayer

I wake up sometimes in the middle of the night and check if my partner is still breathing.

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Banned Harry Hill gag shows a shift in attitudes to both comedy and gender by Brian Logan

Ofcom has censured an old episode of TV Burp, eight years after deeming its skit about a transgender man acceptable. It signals a sea change in how trans issues are treated on the small scre…

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Bright Colors and Bold Patterns by Steven Morris

Bright Colors and Bold PatternsReviewed by Deborah KlugmanCelebration Theatre at The LexThrough November 14 Humor is subjective.In this case the show in question is writer/performer Drew Dro…

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Additional Casting Announced for Miss Saigon Broadway Revival by Andrew Gans

Rachelle Ann Go and Devin Ilaw have joined the cast.

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Theater News: Movie Version of Lin-Manuel Miranda's In the Heights to Begin Filming

The Hamilton creator is also working on a second film project with In the Heights writer Quiara Alegría Hudes.

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Future Stars Shine as National Youth Theatre Mixes Gang Warfare With Shakespeare by Mark Beech

Romeo and Juliet indulge in a little time travel, ending up in a world of 1950s teddy boys and violent rockers. The play is alternating with a brutal contemporary story called “Pigeon Engl…

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Richard Dreyfuss Likes Finding Work Off Beaten Path (i.e., TheaterWorks) by Christopher Arnott

Richard Dreyfuss redefined what it meant to be a leading man in the "New Hollywood" era of the 1970s, in such groundbreaking films as "Jaws," "American Graffiti," "The Apprenticeship of Dudd…

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Jersey Boys to Shutter in West End After Nine-Year Run by Mark Shenton

A second U.K. national tour will launch in December 2017.

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Daveed Diggs Talks New Hip-Hop Album, Black-ish & Who to Hit Up for Hamilton Tickets by Lindsey Sullivan

Daveed Diggs has been non-stop since his Tony-winning turn in Lin-Manuel Miranda's revolutionary hit Hamilton. Between releasing Splendor & Misery, the latest album from his experime…

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Rachelle Ann Go & Devin Ilaw to Helicopter Into Miss Saigon Revival on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The movie’s in their minds! Rachelle Ann Go and Devin Ilaw have joined the cast of the Miss Saigon revival as Gigi and Thuy, respectively. Boublil and Schönberg’s new musica…

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What'd He Miss? Seth Stewart Is Hamilton's New Marques de Lafayette & Thomas Jefferson on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Broadway.com has confirmed that former Hamilton ensemble member Seth Stewart has assumed the roles of Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson full-time. He’ll take over the track tha…

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Theater Preview: Conor Lovett on Music and Samuel Beckett in “Here All Night” by Robert Israel

“If you’ll excuse me for being cheeky, it’s a collaboration between the players on stage and Beckett’s works.”

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Jeffrey Tambor Cheers Judith Light on Her All the Ways to Say I Love You Opening Night by Lindsey Sullivan

Neil LaBute's All the Ways to Say I Love You, starring Judith Light and directed by Leigh Silverman, opened at the Lucille Lortel Theatre on September 28. Check out the glitzy guests in …

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Relaxed Performances: The nuts and bolts of offering sensory-friendly experiences to your audience by Ramona@howlround.com (ramona)

By Erica Nagel. In this #IdentityWeek blog, Erica Nagel of the McCarter Theatre discusses how, and why, they’ve made Relaxed Performances part of their equity, diversity, and inclusion wor…

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NEWS: Dick King-Smith’s Babe the Sheep-Pig tours UK after Polka Theatre by Emma Clarendon

It has been announced that a new production of Dick King-Smith’s Babe the Sheep-Pig will head off on a UK tour, after a Christmas season at the Polka Theatre in Wimbledon from 25 November …

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Yes Minister star Derek Fowlds decries ‘pecking order’ among older actors by Georgia Snow

Yes Minister star Derek Fowlds has claimed there is a “pecking order” for roles among older actors, and that casting is dominated

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Shirley Jones and Patrick Cassidy Star in Have You Met Miss Jones by Andrew Gans

The evening, featuring stories and songs from Jones’ career, is currently playing Kansas’ New Theatre.

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Survey finds white workers less enthusiastic about diversity quotas by David Hutchison

White arts workers are less likely than other ethnic groups to favour quotas and penalties as a way to improve the diversity

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Tamara Rojo to star in Giselle-inspired virtual reality video by Matthew Hemley

Tamara Rojo is to star in a virtual reality video inspired by Akram Khan’s Giselle, which promises to allow audiences to “experience

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WATCH: YouTube’s Tyler Mount Shares His Top 5 Fall Broadway Shows by Amy Sapp

Each Monday and Thursday at noon, YouTube and social media personality Tyler Mount of the Tyler Mount Vlog “cuddles, giggles, and gossips” with some of Broadway’s most reno…

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The art of Ann Weber comes out of the box

The Bohemian-Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke once said of the French sculptor Auguste Rodin, “His art was not built upon a great idea, but upon a minute, conscientious realization, upon &…

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Paul McCartney opens Sacramento’s new arena

The hyperbole surrounding the opening of the Golden 1 Center will reach a climax on Tuesday, Oct. 4. Paul McCartney, arguably the world’s biggest rock star (Mr. Springsteen, you’ll stand…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Laura Benanti @ Cafe Carlyle by Barry

Laura Benanti Has Tales from Soprano Isle By Sandi Durell Tony Award Winner Laura Benanti must have had quite a nightmare dreaming that all sopranos would one day be shipped out a…

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Photo Flash: Judith Light Opens in Neil LaBute's All the Ways to Say I Love You

The production is directed by Leigh Silverman.

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Theater News: Soho Rep. Closes Walker Street Theater

The company leaves its off-Broadway home of 25 years.

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Photo Flash: Check Out Production Photos From The Producers

Michael Kostroff, David Josefsberg, and Ashley Spencer star in the production at Paper Mill Playhouse.

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EMPIRE Creator Lee Daniels In Talks to Write a Musical About His Life by TV News Desk

Director and producer Lee Daniels has revealed to Billboard that he plans to write a musical about his life.

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Production news round-up: September 21 to 27 by Georgia Snow

Plays Imelda Staunton and Conleth Hill are to star in a new production of Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? in

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Neil Simon’s Legacy has Spoiled His Best Plays for Millennials by Ramona@howlround.com (ramona)

By Ricky Young-Howze. Ricky Young-Howze writes about Neil Simon’s influence on pop culture comedic tropes.

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NorthJersey.com Review: "Marie and Rosetta" by Joseph Cervelli

An uplifting and ultimately sad look at the gospel and rhythm and blues singer. Review appears in Gannett Community Newspapers.

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Recipient of 23rd Annual Dorothy and Lillian Gish Prize Revealed by Andrew Gans

Wooster Group’s Elizabeth LeCompte will be presented with the award in November.

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International news round-up: September 29 by The Stage

McDonagh festival RUSSIA/PERM Russia’s Second International Festival of Martin McDonagh will see performances of all eight of the writer’s plays, including the country’s

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Broadway League Announces Recipients of National Education and Engagement Grants by Andrew Gans

Ten organizations will be presented with grants of $5,000 each.

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See Laura Benanti in Soundcheck For Tales From Soprano Isle at Caf\u00E9 Carlyle

On September 27, Laura Benanti began a string of shows at Caf\u00E9 Carlyle. Playbill was on hand as she, Todd Almond (piano) and Brian Ellingson (bass) soundchecked an assortment of tunes f…

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Laura Benanti Sings From She Loves Me at Café Carlyle by Mark Ezovski

The Broadway and TV star also revealed a potential (but not very likely!) name for her expected baby.

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… Dead Sheep’s Carol Royle by Helen McWilliams

When I read it and saw that Elspeth was what one might call a character part I jumped at the opportunity and was thrilled. Elspeth Howe is not essentially like me and these are the kind of r…

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Floyd Collins, Wilton's Music Hall, London, review: 'On no account to be missed' by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

This musical tells the real-life story of a young man who becomes trapped in the cave he has discovered in 1920s Kentucky

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‘Sousatzka’ Scheduled to Open in Toronto in Pre-Broadway Run by Matthew Wexler

Teatro Proscenium Limited Partnership (Richard Stursberg, CEO) have announced the world premiere of the Garth Drabinsky production of Sousatzka, the new musical by three-time Tony Award…

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Video Flash: EXCLUSIVE VIDEO: Mamie Gummer Lends Her Voice to the A.R.T./New York Campaign

New York's leading nonprofit companies will soon set up shop in affordable venues.

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BWW Review: FLOYD COLLINS, Wilton's Music Hall, 28 September 2016 by Gary Naylor

Gary Naylor sees a remarkable tour-de-force that produces a definitive version of a tricky but utterly compelling piece of musical theatre.

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Most-Produced High School Plays and Musicals of 2015-16 Revealed by Adam Hetrick

John Cariani’s Almost, Maine took the # 1 slot as the most-produced play for the second year in a row.

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VIDEO: First Look - Matthew Broderick, Megan Hilty & More Star in RULES DON'T APPLY by Movies News Desk

Alec Baldwin, Warren Beatty, Annette Bening, Matthew Broderick, Dabney Coleman, Lily Collins, Ed Harris, Megan Hilty, Oliver Platt and Martin Sheen star in RULES DON'T APPLY.

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BWW Interview - DWTS' Maks Chmerkovskiy Talks Season 23, Return to Broadway & More by Caryn Robbins

Fan favorite champion ballroom dancer, choreographer and fitness guru Maksim Chmerkovskiy returned to ABC's DANCING WITH THE STARS for the show's 23rd Season. Chmerkovskiy partners with mode…

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Hot Clip of the Day: Watch As Puppets Recreate The Golden Girls' Iconic Theme Song

See The Golden Girls' iconic theme song recreated by the puppets from the off-Broadway parody.

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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ALL THE WAYS TO SAY I LOVE YOU – starring Judith Light by Oscar E Moore

At the Lortel.  A new monologue by Neil LaBute.  Lasting about one hour.  About the same time a psychiatrist would allot a patient to spill ones heart out.  In this case Mrs. Johnson.  …

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ADDAMS FAMILY & MARY POPPINS Top List of Most Performed High School Shows by BroadwayWorld

TheAddams Familytopped the list forthemost-produced high school musical for the second consecutive year, andMary Poppinsmade itslistdebut at second place,in an annual survey conducted bythe …

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Theatre for the New City Explodes with New Musical, THE FOLK SINGER and New Plays: LIFE MASKS by BroadwayWorld

Created by the team behind the critically acclaimed 2015 production of Heather Smiley for President, the musical has a book and lyrics byTom Attea, with music composed byArthur Abrams. The p…

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Oscar Winner Jennifer Hudson Signs On as Coach for U.K.'s THE VOICE by TV News Desk

Jennifer Hudson has signed on to be a coach on the U.K. version of THE VOICE singing competition.

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Dick Van Dyke Reveals: 'I Would Love to Sing & Dance' in MARY POPPINS Sequel by TV News Desk

Legendary song and dance man Dick Van Dyke stopped by NBC's TODAY to chat about his long-time career in film and shares his thoughts on the upcoming MARY POPPINS sequel.

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Photo Coverage: HAMILTON Cast Helps Voters Prepare for Election Day! by Jessica Fallon Gordon

Election day is quickly approaching and the company of Hamilton is making sure that your voice is heard. Just yesterday, the show registeredvoters from all 50 states outside of the Richard R…

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Betty Shamieh on Fit for a Queen by Victoria Myers

We visit the Egyptian Art wing of the Metropolitan Museum of Art with playwright Betty Shamieh to discuss her play "Fit for a Queen" about Hatshepsut, how stories about women are told, and h…

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What’s New In October – Editor’s Pick by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo October is going to be a busy month in theatreland with new exciting productions opening all over the place. Here are just a few of the shows we are looking forward to this m…

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, September 29, 2016 by Susan Grace

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Oslo’s International Ibsen Festival: Norway lauds its most famous son by Nick Awde

To the outside observer it may seem a weighty biennial, organised by an august institution, a national upholder of a 19th-century legacy.

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New York Burlesque Festival Opens Today! by Trav S.D.

Filed under: Burlesk, Contemporary Variety, PLUGS Tagged: 2016, New York Burlesque Festival

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BWW Interview: The National Theatre's Toby Coffey on VR, 360 Film and New Ways to Tell Stories by Marianka Swain

It's hard for people to grasp the possibilities of something like virtual reality or 360 film, as most don't have a frame of reference yet, so the best thing is to show them,' explains Toby …

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Photo Flash: Stephen Schwartz and London Cast at WICKED 10th Anniversary Party by Marianka Swain

Following the 10th anniversary West End gala performance of WICKED on 27 September, creator Stephen Schwartz joined current and past performers from the show on theApollo Victoria Theatre st…

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VIDEO: Tituss Burgess, Alan Cumming & More Have a Voter Registration Message for You! by TV News Desk

Not sure whether to vote this year Let Stephen Colbert, John Cena, Anna Gunn, George Takei, Tituss Burgess, Trevor Noah, America Ferrera, Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Alan Cumming, Simon Helberg, B…

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Book Review: Watching TV with Omnicultural Smarts — Clive James’ “Play All” by Arts Fuse Editor

Clive James is cosmopolitan and learned, but he's far from a snob.

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NEWS: Casting announced for La Soiree’s new Christmas run in Leicester Square by Emma Clarendon

La Soirée has confirmed a programme of new acts and old favourites for its festive run at Christmas in Leicester Square, running from 11 November to 8 January 2017.

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Celebrating 60 years of National Youth Theatre by Nick Smurthwaite

Since it was established 60 years ago, the National Youth Theatre has provided a launchpad for, among others, Daniel Day-Lewis, Helen Mirren,

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Paul Roseby: ‘Drama in schools needs to be like sport – everybody should do it’ by Nick Smurthwaite

The National Youth Theatre is often described as the best drama school we never had, but it has always fulfilled a very

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A Conversation with Ayodele Casel by Admin

  Ayodele Casel is one of those people you can point to and say, that is one of the most exceptional humans I know. Fierce and funny, disciplined and brave, Ayodele is quick-footed and …

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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All the ways to say I love you - not to be missed performance by Judith Light in Neil LaBute monologue by Oscar E. Moore

The vivid, emotional and truly honest performance of Judith Light as the tormented and otherwise normal Mrs. Johnson is phenomenal.

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A Latte Conversation with “Paramour’s” Ruby Lewis by Webmaster@theaterppl.com

By Amy Sapp How do you take your coffee? Now that we are moving into fall and there’s a chill in the air, I’m going to ween myself off of the cold, iced coffee. In the winter, I prefer a…

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Ripper Street stars cast in pop-up West End theatre’s final show by David Hutchison

Ripper Street co-stars Adam Rothenberg and Lydia Wilson have been cast in a revival of Fool for Love at pop-up West End

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Bowie Homage Comes To Waterloo East by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff Adrian Berry’s From Ibiza To The Norfolk Broads comes to the Waterloo East Theatre in October 2016. This celebration and homage to one of the greatest musical figure…

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Lady Gaga to Write Entire New Album of Songs for A STAR IS BORN Reboot? by TV News Desk

Lady Gaga plans to write an entire new album of songs for the 'A Star is Born' soundtrack.

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Debra Messing & Eric McCormack Talk WILL & GRACE Revival: 'Never Say Never' by TV News Desk

Yesterday, Messing and McCormack spoke to The Hollywood Reporter about the possibility of a revival of the long-running NBC comedy.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 08:39AM

NEWS: Ian McDiarmid plays Enoch Powell in ‘Rivers of Blood’-inspired premiere by Press Releases

Olivier and Tony Award-winning actor Ian McDiarmid plays MP Enoch Powell in the world premiere of Chris Hannan's new play What Shadows, which is directed by Roxana Silbert and runs at Birmin…

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Villette review – cloned Brontë heroine looks back from the future by Lyn Gardner

West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds Charlotte Brontë’s intimate novel of doomed love is stripped of bonnets and reset as science fiction by Linda Marshall GriffithsCharlotte Brontë’s final…

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Floyd Collins review – subterranean homesick bluegrass in sentimental satire by Michael Billington

Wilton’s Music Hall, LondonThere are some striking performances in this musical about an explorer stuck underground, but too many of the lyrics are incomprehensibleA musical about a hero t…

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The Season Ticket review – Toon-mad teens hit the back of the net by Alfred Hickling

Northern Stage, NewcastleA pair of belting performances power this energetic tale of two fans’ desperate attempts to get into Newcastle UnitedWhen Jonathan Tulloch’s novel about the effo…

Linked From The Guardian at 08:06AM

BWW Interview: Director Nigel Harman On Reviving Berkoff's LUNCH and THE BOW OF ULYSSES by Marianka Swain

As an actor, Nigel Harman's numerous credits include EastEnders, Guys and Dolls, Downton Abbey and Shrek The Musical, the latter of which he also directed. He's now helming the revival of a …

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 08:01AM

Trouble for TimeLine in its plans for Trumbull School by Chris Jones

After setting its sights on moving to a new home in the former Trumbull Elementary School in the Chicago neighborhood of Andersonville, and investing a great deal in the process, the TimeLin…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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The artistic director at the Washington Ballet, Julie Kent, reaches a new stage by Joe Heim

Julie Kent talks about going from dancing to directing — and a 23-minute ovation.

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BWW's On This Day - September 29, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 29 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Learn to Love Your Shelf with BOOKSTORY by BroadwayWorld

Bookstory is a delightful new show from composer, director and playwright Ben Glasstone The Mouse Queen, Fantastic Mr. Fox. This magical musical comedy about books and their place in our liv…

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Broadway AM Report, 9/29/2016 - FALSETTOS, THE ENCOUNTER, HOCUS POCUS & More! by Jessica Khan

Today's big news FALSETTOS begins previews, THE ENCOUNTER opens, TRIAL OF AN AMERICAN PRESIDENT skewers Bush, the PUFFS Potter parody starts, and a HOCUS POCUS musical parody begins tonight …

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INTERVIEW: A day in the life of the Mamma Mia! UK tour by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

What it’s like being on tour? I’ve done a few tours and I really enjoy them. The different theatres and places you go to and different audiences reaction. I get paid to sing and dance do…

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VERSO - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

Forget laws of logic—what happened to the laws of physics?

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Review: All the Ways to Say I Love You at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Judith Light lights up the stage in this Neil LaBute solo at the Lortel Theater.

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NEWS: Ripper Street’s Adam Rothenberg & Lydia Wilson star in Shepard’s Fool for Love, Last show at Found111 by Press Releases

Following the critically acclaimed smash hit productions of The Dazzle, Bug and Unfaithful, Emily Dobbs Productions presents Fool for Love, the final show at pop-up venue Found111. The produ…

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Mrs Brown’s Boys scam exposed at Birmingham theatre by David Hutchison

Police in Birmingham are investigating after theatregoers were conned into buying tickets for a non-existent performance of Mrs Brown’s Boys. The popular

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Blogs: Sarah Crompton: Beckett's writing liberates women

Ahead of the opening of No's Knife at the Old Vic, Sarah Crompton speaks to actress Lisa Dwan on how Beckett's writing for women is rich with possibility

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Theatre News: Sam Shepard play announced as final show at Found111

Fool For Love will star Ripper Street's Lydia Wilson and Adam Rothenberg

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Theatre News: Cast announced for Lyric Hammersmith's Christmas panto

Ellen McDougall will direct this year's production of Aladdin

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Nigel Higgins appointed chair of Sadler’s Wells by Georgia Snow

Sadler’s Wells has appointed Nigel Higgins as its new chair. He succeeds David Bell, who retires next year after 11 years. Higgins

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Theatre Lives: Watch the exclusive video with Adrian Lester by The Stage

In the first of our exclusive Theatre Lives series, Adrian Lester talks with Digital Theatre’s Fiona Lindsay about his career and working in

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Almanac: Anne Morrow Lindbergh on gratitude by Terry Teachout

“One can never pay in gratitude; one can only pay ‘in kind’ somewhere else in life.” Anne Morrow Lindbergh, North to the Orient

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Theatre Lives: What you need to know about the first video with Adrian Lester by The Stage

In the first of our exclusive Theatre Lives series, Adrian Lester talks with Digital Theatre’s Fiona Lindsay about his career and working in

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Rafe Spall Joins the Cast of HEDDA GABLER by BroadwayWorld

Rafe Spall joins the cast of Hedda Gabler, alongside Kyle Soller and with Ruth Wilson in the title role.Tickets go on public sale today for the National Theatre's September - February season.

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JEST END Returns to Waterloo East by BroadwayWorld

The hit comedy musical show exploring and 'exposing' the hits, flops and gossip of Theatreland, returns to Waterloo East Theatre after its sell-out season in 2015.

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Guest Blog: Director Jack Silver On Staging Tennessee Williams's CONFESSIONAL In A Seaside Pub by Guest Blogger: Jack Silver

Jack Silver on staging Tennesse Williams's Confessional in a pub

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Photo Flash: More WEST END BARES 2016 by Jamie Scott-Smith

Graham Norton, Samantha Bond, Michelle Visage and David Bedella alongside a host of performers took to the stage of the Novello Theatre on 25 Septemberfor the seventh annual West End Bares, …

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Nottingham Playhouse strikes deal to improve access to theatre jobs by Matthew Hemley

Nottingham Playhouse has pledged to provide more career opportunities for local people from disadvantaged backgrounds. Through a tie-up with Nottingham Trent University, the

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Review: Judith Light is haunting in Neil LaBute play by Jennifer Farrar | ap

Beware of any mentions of reasons to be happy in Neil LaBute’s dark new play, “All The Ways To Say I Love You.” Most of them will be quickly snuffed out by subsequent revelations.

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IMOGEN – Shakespeare’s Globe by Laura Kressly

All praise Emma Rice! Under Dominic Dromgoole’s artistic directorship, The Globe’s commitment to innovation in Shakespeare production first established during Mark Rylance’s reign fell…

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Opening Night Photos: All the Ways to Say I Love You by Jk Clarke

          Wednesday night, September 28, saw the opening night celebration of Neil LaBute’s All the Ways to Say I Love You, starring the  iconic Judith Light,…

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Review: Review: Floyd Collins (Wilton's Music Hall)

Jonathan Butterell directs this musical based on a true story

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Review: Review: Villette (West Yorkshire Playhouse)

West Yorkshire Playhouse adapt Charlotte Bronte's novel as part of their Bronte season

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Theatre News: Rafe Spall joins Ruth Wilson in Hedda Gabler at National Theatre

Ivo van Hove's production opens in the Lyttelton in December

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Review: Review: Wish List (Royal Exchange, Manchester)

Katherine Soper's play follows a warehouse worker whose housebound brother is declared fit for work

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FLOYD COLLINS – Wilton’s Music Hall by Edward Seckerson

It’s one of those true stories you really couldn’t make up. In 1920s Kentucky, Floyd Collins, visionary cave explorer, happens across a spectacular sand cave – the sand cave of his dre…

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, September 29, 2016 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Theatre Greats Join Drabinsky’s “Sousatzka,” Lin-Manuel Miranda to Host “SNL,” and “Submissions Only” Cast Reunites! “Today on Broadwa…

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Rafe Spall Joins Cast Of National’s Hedda Gabler by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff Rafe Spall joins Ruth Wilson in Ivo Van Hove’s new production of Ibsen’s Hedda Gabler at the National Theatre. Book Now. This post Rafe Spall Joins Cast Of Nat…

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Rafe Spall to join NT Hedda Gabler cast by Georgia Snow

Rafe Spall is to join the cast of Hedda Gabler at the National Theatre, which stars the previously announced Ruth Wilson. Spall

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Jersey Boys to close in London after nine years by Matthew Hemley

Jersey Boys is to close in the West End after nine years. The musical, which tells the story of Frankie Valli and

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FROM DOWN UNDER: Aladdin the Musical by Simon Parris

As Aladdin extends in London... As dazzling a Disney stage spectacle as could possibly be imagined, the Sydney production of Aladdin is a generous slice of music theatre heaven with rainbow …

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Jest End Returns To Waterloo East by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff Jest End returns to Waterloo East Theatre following a sell out aseason in 2015. Book Now! This post Jest End Returns To Waterloo East first appeared on British Theatre. H…

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What makes a West End hit? by Tom Wicker

This month, Wicked celebrates a decade on stage in London. In October, The Phantom of the Opera will have stumped up 30

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The Editor’s View: Honesty is best policy on ticket prices by Alistair Smith

West End ticket prices are a thorny subject. Part of the reason for this is that there’s not a lot of clear data

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Mark Gatiss: ‘There’s nothing quite like the sheer bloody terror of theatre’ by Mark Shenton

By a strange sort of coincidence, October sees Mark Gatiss, Reece Shearsmith and Steve Pemberton all appearing on the London stage. No sooner

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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NEWS: Rafe Spall joins Ruth Wilson in National’s Hedda Gabler by Press Releases

Further casting has been announced today for the National Theatre's upcoming production of Hedda Gabler, with Rafe Spall returning to the stage to join leading lady Ruth Wilson in the modern…

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Theatre News: Winners announced for UK's most welcoming theatre

The Orange Tree Theatre and the Mill at Sonning are among the winners

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NEWS: Aladdin extends West End booking until April 2017 by Emma Clarendon

The West End production of Aladdin the musical is now booking at the Prince Edward Theatre until 1 April 2017, it has been confirmed.

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Photo Flash: STRICTLY Stars At West End Premiere of THE LAST TANGO by Marianka Swain

The Strictly Come Dancingstars were out in force for the West End opening of Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace's stage show The Last Tangoat Phoenix Theatre. Former judge Arlene Phillips, cur…

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Poppy Seed Theatre Festival: Nurturing and championing tomorrow’s tall poppies by Arts Review

Riding the successful wave of last year’s festivities, the second Poppy Seed Theatre Festival continues to provide a unique proposition to theatre makers by embracing the development of so…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Props to the scenic specialists by Promoted Content

The following is a sample of the enormous range of services available to the UK entertainment and events industry: Stagefreight Ltd is

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The Stage Ticketing Survey: Top West End tickets increase by £20 in four years by David Hutchison

Top-price seats in the West End now cost theatregoers £93.77 on average, up 30% since 2012, The Stage’s annual ticketing survey reveals.

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Leading theatre consultants Charcoalblue set to expand by Promoted Content

Charcoalblue has announced a record summer for the company and that it plans to expand its team across its Bristol, New York

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Walls go up around racially charged artwork at St. Louis' Contemporary Art Museum by Debra D. Bass St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The barriers and new signage to explain them are a concession to vocal critics who called for a boycott of the museum

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BWW Review: Sleight-Of-Hand Trickster Helder Guimaraes is Aces in VERSO by Michael Dale

It takes a certain amount of moxie for a solo performer to begin his Off-Broadway show by looking into the audience and stating 'I am weird.'

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Richard Jordan: Without intimate new work and old classics, what is the West End’s future? by Richard Jordan

In the past month I have seen two major new West End musicals. One was Tim Minchin’s Broadway-bound juggernaut Groundhog Day at the

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Maggie Brown: In the end, the public will decide whether a TV show is a hit or miss by Maggie Brown

By an odd coincidence, news that Channel 4 had pinched the Great British Bake Off was delivered to me in a series

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Phil Willmott: 10 things I look for in an actor by Phil Willmott

For the past few weeks I’ve been performing in Crime and Punishment at the Scoop in the evenings and rehearsing a revival

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Mark Shenton: Here’s why the bewitching Wicked continues to fly by Mark Shenton

This week, the West End production of Wicked formally celebrated its 10th anniversary at the Apollo Victoria Theatre. It is currently also

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Thursday, September 29, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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BANNED TOGETHER: A CENSORSHIP CABARET Set for Banned Books Week in NYC by BroadwayWorld

The Dramatists Legal Defense Fund 'DLDF' will present 'Banned Together A Censorship Cabaret' as a part of Banned Books Week September 25-October 1st, the annual celebration of the freedom to…

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New Aaron Lazar Comedy OVER AND OUT Hosts Pilot Party in NYC Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The creative and production team of the next binge-worthy comedy series is throwing a pilot party in support of Drew Larimore's hysterical new television series Over amp Out, starring Ilana …

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Photo Flash: TONY N' TINA'S WEDDING Opens in the Windy City Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Presented by the original New York producers, in conjunction with Chicago Theater Works, one of Chicago's longest running, smash hit shows, Tony n' Tina's Wedding, returns to the Windy City …

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ANNIE's Martin Charnin Helms WALLENBERG Musical Developmental Lab Today by BroadwayWorld

The new musical WALLENBERG will receive a developmental lab this fall in New York City, directed by Tony-winning ANNIE lyricist Martin Charnin.

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GYPSY's 1990 Tony Award for Best Revival Auctioned Today in L.A. by BroadwayWorld

The 1990 Tony Award for Best Revival awarded to producer Barry Brown for Gypsy will be auctioned by Nate D. Sanders Auctions today, September 29, 2016.

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New Play LUNCH AT AUDREY's Gets NYC Industry Reading Today by BroadwayWorld

An industry reading of the new play Lunch at Audrey's, will take place today,September 29th,at 3pm at the Linney Theatre at Signature Theatre Company 480 W. 42nd Street.

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Jose Rivera Makes Special Appearance at INTAR's THE MAIDS Tonight by BroadwayWorld

INTAR's2016-'17 Season kicks off with the world premiere of THE MAIDS by Jose Rivera, adapted from the play by Jean Genet. Daniel Irizarry directs a cast that features Laura Butler Rivera, D…

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SPINE: Theresa Rebeck’s ‘What We’re Up Against’ at Keegan Theatre by Robert Michael Oliver

Theresa Rebeck’s sharp-knuckled comedy, What We’re Up Against, received its regional premiere at Keegan Theatre this week, and the laughs abound. An architectural firm hires a yo…

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Theater News: Simon McBurney's The Encounter Officially Meets Broadway

The new drama follows a National Geographic reporter lost in the Amazon.

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The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui – review by Lyn Gardner

Duchess, LondonHitler's rise to power is parodied in Brecht's allegorical satire with the Führer as scary as a tea cosy. But the finale is soberingThe American gangster movie meets Richard …

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Making a Home! Andrew Rannells, Stephanie J. Block & Christian Borle Begin Performances in Falsettos by Lindsey Sullivan

Let the march begin! Andrew Rannells, Stephanie J. Block and Christian Borle start performances in the highly anticipated revival of Falsettos on September 29 at the Walter Kerr Theatre. Ope…

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Welcome to the Jungle: Simon McBurney’s the Encounter Opens on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

Simon McBurney’s one-man show The Encounter opens officially on September 29 at the Golden Theatre. The play has audiences wear headphones to create a multi-sensory, sweeping experienc…

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A Case of You: The Music of Joni Mitchell by Arts Review

Direct from their appearance at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival as part of the #madeinadelaide campaign, A Case of You: The Music of Joni Mitchell plays at The Butterfly Club until Sunday 2 Oc…

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Stage Checklist: 'King Lear' At UConn; BLACK GIRL At Wesleyan by Christopher Arnott

Scottish actors know all about heath and hard-blowing winds. It's Graeme Malcolm who endures the elements and compares his children to serpents' teeth in Connecticut Repertory Theatre's prod…

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The Trial of an American President Opens Tonight by Olivia Clement

Each night, George W. Bush is put on trial in front of eight audience members as the jury.

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Simon McBurney Opens His Mystical Encounter on Broadway Tonight by Robert Viagas

The Edinburgh hit plays the Golden Theatre.

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Daddy Issues Makes Its Off-Broadway Debut Tonight by Olivia Clement

Marshall Goldberg’s new comedy begins previews at Theatre at St. Clement’s.

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Hit Harry Potter Parody Puffs Returns Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The comedy follows the lives of the wizard classmates who, unlike Harry and his friends, weren't in the limelight.

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Cirque du Soleil’s Kurios Explores a Fantasy World at Randall’s Island by Robert Viagas

NY fans of the Canada-based troupe now have two shows to choose from.

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David Harrower’s Public Enemy Makes Its U.S. Debut Tonight by Olivia Clement

The Blackbird playwright takes on Henrik Ibsen’s tale of truth and politics Off-Broadway.

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Marvin’s Back with Whizzer, as Falsettos Revival Begins by Andrew Gans

The Broadway company is led by Christian Borle, Stephanie J. Block and Andrew Rannells.

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Listen! Theatre’s Best Break-up Ballads by Ruthie Fierberg

This Playbill Mixtape brings you the theatre songs you need to cry it out and build yourself up to turn over a new leaf!

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Motley monsters: Behind-the-scenes with Pittsburgh's haunt actors by Courtney Linder / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

They’re all dressed in black, filing into the sweltering warehouse. There’s no air-conditioning, so when their faces are blotted with white paint and blood, it drips down like Heath Ledg…

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Halloween Hot List 2016: Where to go this fall for the spooks by Compiled By Courtney Linder / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Steel City becomes scream city this fall. New to the mix are ghost tours at Carrie Furnace in Swissvale, one night only this Sunday. Here’s a peek at the local haunts sending shivers d…

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Adele inspires Texture Contemporary Ballet's new show 'Impulse' by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

British pop singer Adele has inspired Los Angeles-based artist Will B. Bell to choreograph “All I Ask,” which has garnered well over a million views on YouTube.

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Stage preview: Actor and director team up again for Public's 'The Fantasticks' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Actor Daniel Krell and director Ted Pappas have built a working relationship on reliability and surprise.

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Free admissions for RADical Days by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The 15th annual RADical Days continues this weekend, offering free admissions and activities sponsored by the Allegheny Regional Asset District as a thank-you to the public for the sales tax…

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Stage preview: Robert Turano directs local premiere at The Rep by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Robert Turano’s long association with The Rep and Pittsburgh Playhouse continues with the local premiere of “I’m Gonna Pray for You So Hard,” Halley Feiffer’s drama about navigatin…

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