Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Interview: Paula Garfield On 15 Years Of Deafinitely Theatre by Marianka Swain

Marking the 15th anniversary of pioneering company Deafinitely Theatre, Artistic Director Paula Garfield is directing a new production of Mike Bartlett's Contractions. It runs at New Diorama…

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure by Arts Review

The first Australian photographic exhibition of the male figure, The Unflinching Gaze: photo media & the male figure has opened at the Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, and is on display …

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Book Now For Sheila Hancock in the London Premiere of HAROLD AND MAUDE by BroadwayWorld

Olivier Award-winning West End star Sheila Hancock is to star in the London premiere of the black comedy romantic drama Harold and Maude. It's playing at Charing Cross Theatre 19 February-31…

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The Lady from the Sea, Donmar Warehouse review - Nikki Amuka-Bird luminous in a sympathetic ensemble by David.nice

Ibsen's great human comedy weathers a sea-change from fjord to Caribbean islandWhat a profoundly beautiful play is Ibsen's The Lady from Sea. It stands in relation to the earlier, relat…

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THE LADY FROM THE SEA Donmar WC2 by Libby Purves and Friends

GUEST CRITIC  MICHAEL ADAIR  ENCOUNTERS IBSEN’S BRACING RAGE   Ibsen’s 1889 work, The Lady From the Sea has washed ashore at the Donmar in a new version written by Elinor Cook…

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Tracy Brabin: ‘EBacc is turning kids into robots’ by Roda Musa

Labour MP Tracy Brabin has claimed the English Baccalaureate is turning young people “into robots that regurgitate facts”, labelling it a “disaster”

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Niamh Cusack and Patrick Baladi Star in CHRISTMAS EVE, Beginning Tonight at Ustinov Studio by BroadwayWorld

Theatre Royal Bath presents Christmas Eve, starring Niamh Cusack as philosophy professor Judith and Patrick Baladi as police officer Thomas. The new thriller is the latest play from multi-aw…

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Nosheen Iqbal looks at the work of up-and-coming comic Carl Donnelly by Nosheen Iqbal

In the latest instalment of our series on up-and-coming comics, get the lowdown on a man who mixes up the banal and the bizarreThe story so far: For someone professing to be a lazy slacker w…

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Remembering Sean Hughes: ‘The sadness is he didn’t get to be old, just lonely’ by Michael Hann

Since his death, a complicated picture of the comedian has emerged. We were friends at the height of his fame and I saw his cruelty first hand. Others say that he later changed, before his d…

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Boulder elementary teacher pens memoir about star sister Idina Menzel by Christy Fantz

"Voice Lessons: A Sisters Story" hit shelves last week.

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Review: Buell’s musical comedy “Something Rotten!” is delightfully absurd by Lisa Kennedy, The Know

It's hard to envision an audience member slinking out of this romp.

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Richard Jordan: The Weinstein scandal will have big ramifications for theatre by Richard Jordan

Harvey Weinstein has become the face of harassment, bullying and all that is bad within the entertainment industry. After the revelations of

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Antonio Benitez: Arts and science are not incompatible, together they can fire the imagination by Antonio Benitez

Science and art have much in common. Both disciplines ask big questions, both attract people who are inquisitive, both seek to inspire

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Mark Shenton: Where have all the classics gone? by Mark Shenton

‘In with the new, out with the old’ seems to be the current theatrical mantra. All but one title in the rep

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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John Leguizamo Returns to Broadway in LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Emmy winner John Leguizamo Ghetto Klown is making his highly-anticipated return to Broadway this fall in his original one-man comedic play LATIN HISTORY FOR MORONS, direct from his acclaimed…

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Rachel Bay Jones, Hoda Kotb and More Set for BCRF's New York Symposium & Awards Luncheon by BroadwayWorld

The Breast Cancer Research Foundation will present its 2017 New York Symposium and Awards Luncheon, hosted by Hoda Kotb, with special guests Rita Wilson, Joan Lunden, Rachel Bay Jones, Aerin…

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Jessie Mueller Heads for The Herbst in San Francisco Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Producer Mark Cortale's Broadway concert series hosted by Sirius XM radio star Seth Rudetsky will return to San Francisco for the 201718 season with a move to the Herbst Theatre at the iconi…

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Harvey Fierstein's TORCH SONG, Starring Michael Urie, Opens Tonight at Second Stage by BroadwayWorld

Harvey Fierstein's Torch Song, directed by Mois s Kaufman, opens tonight at Second Stage's Tony Kiser Theater 305 West 43rd Street. The production will play an extended run through Sunday, D…

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NAMT's 2017 Festival of New Musicals Launches Today by BroadwayWorld

National Alliance for Musical Theatre presents its 29th Annual FESTIVAL OF NEW MUSICALS, set for today, October 19, and tomorrow, October 20, 2017 at New World Stages 340 West 50th Street, b…

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Insight season closes with a Sherlock Holmes comedy by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

John O'Hagan joins the ranks of actors who have played the famous detective.

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Thursday, October 19, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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John Leguizamo Schools Broadway Audiences as Latin History for Morons Begins at Studio 54 by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony nominee John Leguizamo returns to Broadway on October 19 in his new solo comedy Latin History for Morons. Tony Taccone directs the show will officially open on November 15 at Studi…

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Dream Lover announces full cast for summer musical by Arts Review

Capturing the glamour and passion of the big band era, the Rat Pack in Vegas and the Golden Age of Hollywood, Melbourne’s summer musical, Dream Lover – The Bobby Darin Musical has a…

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“Masterclass” at the Garry Marshall Theatre – LAST DAYS by Pauline Adamek

Photo credit – Chelsea Sutton. Last days to catch Masterclass at the Garry Marshall Theatre in Toluca Lake (formerly known as The Falcon).

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Review: ‘Wilderness’ at The Kennedy Center’s Family Theater by Kendall Mostafavi

The Kennedy Center recently presented En Garde Arts’ touring production of Wilderness, a multimedia show that discusses the real-life accounts of young teens who struggle with mental healt…

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Interviews: Ellen Stewart: The Project Runway Champion That Could Have Been?

A new book illuminates the history of La MaMa E.T.C. and its tireless leader.

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The Arts on Stamps of the World —October 19 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Lindsay Mendez, Broadway Tenors, Lesli Margherita, and More Coming to Feinstein’s/54 Below October 19–26 by Robert Viagas

See all the theatre-related events scheduled this week at the intimate New York cabaret.

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How Two-Time Tony Nominee Alison Fraser Made a Career of Playing the Villain by Ruthie Fierberg

Now starring in Squeamish, the actor shares memories from the decisive roles of her storied 40-year career.

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