Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Mangled Beams

Mangled Beams Off Off Broadway, AMERINDA at A.R.T./New York Theatres Reviewed by Sarah Moore BOTTOM LINE: A moving play about the involvement of Native American ironworkers in the cleanup …

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VIDEO: HAMILTON and DEAR EVAN HANSEN Perform 'Found Tonight' at Easter Bonnet Competition by Stage Tube

Humor, hope and heart were at the core of the performances at the 32nd annual Easter Bonnet Competition. Dear Evan Hansen and Hamilton wowed the crowd with their rendition of the Hamildrop '…

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You Can't Do Philosophy Properly Without Considering Human Nature (This Should Be Obvious, But ...) by Artsjournal1

"A strange thing is happening in modern philosophy: many philosophers don't seem to believe that there is such a thing as human nature. What makes this strange is that, not only does the new…

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SECOND IN A SERIES: Lin-Manuel Miranda’s hip-hop juggernaut is the first single-author show to win a Tony Award for best new musical since Jonathan Larson’s Rent, in 1996. With …

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Photo Coverage: Jane Krakowski & Tituss Burgess Announce the 2018 Drama Desk Awards Nominees! by Walter McBride

Nominations for the 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards were announced this morning at Feinstein's54 Below byJane KrakowskiShe Loves Me, Nine, 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' andTituss BurgessThe Litt…

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Photo Coverage: #eduHAM Presents Department of Education's Carmen Farina with Retirement Gift by Walter McBride

EduHam is a series of HAMILTON Wednesday matinees made available to New York City schools with a high concentration of students from low-income families for the ticket price of only 10. This…

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Tony Winner Laura Benanti to Host 10th-Annual Jimmy Awards by

The Broadway League has announced that Tony winner Laura Benanti will emcee the 10th-annual Jimmy Awards ceremony on June 25 at 7:30pm at the Minskoff Theatre. The Jimmys honor the best…

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Walmart Wonder, Fab Fittings & Performing in Paradise! Spend a Day in the Life with Escape to Margaritaville's Lisa Howard by

Broadway beltress Lisa Howard is a total scene stealer in Escape to Margaritaville. Loved for her performances in It Shoulda Been You, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and more, sh…

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Carlos Acosta on his new Cuban dance company: 'I want to bring them to the world, but also to bring the world to them' by Brian Seibert, Brian Seibert

To become a ballet star, Carlos Acosta had to leave Cuba. He's hoping the dancers of his new company, Acosta Danza, won't have to

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First Look at Michael Ball, Alexandra Burke, More in London Chess Revival by Hannah Vine

The production runs April 26–May 1 at the London Coliseum.

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Interview: James Fritz Talks THE FALL by Rona Kelly

Originally commissioned as part of the National Youth Theatre's 60th anniversary, The Fall is about generations and the differences and similarities between them. Somewhat appropriately, the…

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BWW Review: THE PRUDES, Royal Court by Alistair Wilkinson

The Royal Court has been one of the most vocal venues in the conversation surrounding power manipulation and control within the industry. Their prolific stance has seen them host events that…

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BWW TV: SAINT JOAN Makes a Divine Return to Broadway- Go Inside Opening Night! by Tv - Opening Night Special

'I feel so liberated,' said Condola Rashad following her opening night bow in Saint Joan. 'Stepping into this particular character's shoes has really done something for me as a person, not j…

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Jeremy Shamos Steps in as Replacement Co-Host of Lortel Awards by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has just learned that previously announced host of the Lortel Awards Jason Jones has withdrawn due to scheduling conflicts. Now slated to co-host alongside Laura Benanti is her…

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VIDEO: The Stars of Broadway's Harry Potter And The Cursed Child Visit The Today Show! by TV News Desk

In Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, making the trip from the London stage to Broadway, Harry and his friends Hermione and Ron are all grown up, with their own kids in wizarding school. Sta…

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Laura Benanti and Jeremy Shamos to Host Lucille Lortel Awards by Olivia Clement

Tony nominee Shamos replaces previously announced co-host Jason Jones.

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Gianandrea Noseda Quits Turin Opera by Artsjournal

The Teatro Regio appointed a new superintendent, William Graziosi, this week, which means Mr. Noseda would have had to reapply to keep his post as music director, the position he has held si…

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Marvel's Avengers Movies Have Begun Subverting Their Own Ideas About Superheroism by Artsjournal1

"After kicking things off with stirring origin movies like Iron Man, Thor, and Captain America: The First Avenger, the series has gradually started to examine the shaky underpinnings of its …

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Teresa de Keersmaeker: Where Music And Dance Begin And End by Artsjournal

"I never thought of music as just the basic energetic impulse that makes you want to dance; it was always like a textbook, something worth studying. If you consider choreography to be an org…

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NEWS: Matthew Campling’s haunting gay comedy Ghost About the House premieres at King’s Head in June by Featured Content

Ghost About the House, a "haunting gay comedy" by Matthew Campling, gets its world premiere at London's King's Head Theatre in a limited season this June. Casting has now been announced.

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Laura Benanti Will Host the Tenth Annual Jimmy Awards by BroadwayWorld

The Jimmy Awards has found its host Tony winner Laura Benanti just announced via Instagram that she will take part in the tenth annual ceremony, set forMonday, June 25th at 730pm at Broadway…

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FREEZE FRAME: Jane Krakowski & Tituss Burgess Announce the 2018 Drama Desk Awards Nominations by Walter McBride

Nominations for the 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards were announced this morning at Feinstein's54 Below by Jane Krakowski She Loves Me, Nine, 'Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt' and Tituss Burgess The …

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The Prudes, Royal Court, London, review: Anthony Neilson trains a rare spotlight on the wilted libido in this funny, frank, and sad piece by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

Expect to go to some dark and uncomfortable places while watching a couple attempt to revitalise their sex life

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Passing the torch: How Michael B Jordan is following in Denzel Washington's footsteps by Philip Galanes, Philip Galanes

The veteran double Oscar winner, who opens on Broadway tonight in 'The Iceman Cometh', and the 'Black Panther' star discuss their idols, black superheroes, stage versus s…

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Bad Jews by Vanessa Cate

Bad Jews Reviewed by Lara J. Altunian Odyssey Theatre Ensemble Through July 17 RECOMMENDED Joshua Harmon’s dark comedy Bad Jews takes place in the aftermath of a family funeral and ce…

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Ann Harada – Make ‘Em Laugh by Admin

Ann Harada has been keeping Broadway audiences entertained for years in shows such as Cinderella, 9 to 5, M Butterfly, Seussical, and Les Miserables. I first encountered the finely-tuned mus…

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Review: ‘SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical’ at the Lunt-Fontanne Theatre by Deb Miller

As with all of the shows in its genre, the latest offering in the surge of biographical jukebox musicals on Broadway, SUMMER: The Donna Summer Musical, holds appeal for a built-in audience o…

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‘Has lost some of its magic’: CHICAGO – West End ★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Although Chicago is still a fun night out that’s sure to please and delight many loyal fans and people who just want a chilled theatrical experience, for me it felt too flat in its current…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

Laura Benanti Will Host the 2018 Jimmy Awards by Ryan McPhee

The tenth annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards will be held June 25 at the Minskoff Theatre.

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2018 Drama Desk Award Nominations by Barry Gordin

2018 DRAMA DESK AWARDS NOMINATIONS ANNOUNCED Awards will be presented Sunday, June 3rd at The Town Hall  (Thursday, April 26, 2018) - Nominations for the 63rd An…

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Breaking: Drama Desk Award Nominees by Matthew Wexler

Nominees were announced for the 63rd annual Drama Desk Awards, with 'Carousel,' 'SpongeBob SquarePants,' and 'Mean Girls' leading the tally.

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The Tragedy: A Comedy by Vanessa Cate

The Tragedy: A Comedy Reviewed by Gray Palmer Ammunition Theatre Company at The Pico Ongoing RECOMMENDED Playwright D.G. Watson has some of the qualities of a holy fool. In 2009, after …

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Stage Version of Bolaño’s ‘2666’ to Stream Free Online by Jennifer Schuessler

The Goodman Theater’s five-and-a-half-hour stage adaptation of Roberto Bolaño’s mammoth, seemingly unstageable novel will be available for at least two years.

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BWW Exclusive: Watch Lena Hall Belt Out The Cranberries' 'Linger' by Stage Tube

Lena Hall, a singular artist who authentically and explosively brings the worlds of Rock and Broadway together, is releasing a series of EPs every month in 2018. The OBSESSED series features…

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Reading Between the Lines of Rejection Letters by American Theatre Editors

Is there a way to humanize playwrights' familiar submission/rejection cycle? Remembering that there are human beings on both sides of the exchange can help.

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Almeida Theatre announces Machinal casting by Robin Johnson

The Almeida Theatre has revealed casting for Natalie Abrahami's reimagination of Sophie Treadwell's play Machinal. The post Almeida Theatre announces Machinal casting appeared first on Offic…

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BWW Interview: Chris Leask Talks THE COMEDY ABOUT A BANK ROBBERY by Cindy Marcolina

Chris Leask has reprised the role of Everybody Else in The Comedy About a Bank Robbery. We met up at the Criterion Theatre and a hilarious interview ensued.

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MY FAIR LADY – 9 well deserved Outer Critics Circle Nominations by Oscar E Moore

After seeing a matinee performance of the sumptuous Lincoln Center Theater revitalized revival of MY FAIR LADY I can only say one thing – that I wish I could have seen it again.  Imme…

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A Ballet Danced By Snails Wearing LEDs by Artsjournal1

"On a Friday night in central London, 176 shelled gastropods 'dance' around me ... to a stretched-out, 47-minute long looping rendition of Nirvana's 'Smells Like Teen Spirit', played at 35 B…

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My Refreshing (and Challenging) Tea With Glenda Jackson by Artsjournal

It was around this time in the interview that all hell broke loose. After sharing that I had made the trip from Los Angeles expressly to see her Lear, I told her that she had helped me to he…

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PHOTOS: First look at the world premiere of cyber-security thriller The Old Room by Featured Content

Got your tickets yet for William Stanton's new straight-from-the-headlines, data-privacy play THE OLD ROOM? After development with Script Readers and a successful reading at the Park Theatre…

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Review:  Druid performs Beckett’s Waiting for Godot by Susan Galbraith

The accidental Samuel Beckett festival now going on in Washington (Scena Theatre’s three one-acts, Arcturus Theatre’s two one-acts) has been made internationally lustrous by acc…

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Notre Dame De Paris to perform at London Coliseum by Robin Johnson

Twenty years after its Parisian debut, the internationally renowned French musical Notre Dame De Paris will perform in London next year, having won acclaim in 23 countries worldwide. The pos…

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UK’s ‘first purpose-built immersive theatre space’ unveiled by Matthew Hemley

A new venue dubbed the UK’s first purpose-built “fully flexible performance arts venue” will open in London, offering a home to interactive

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Carousel, SpongeBob SquarePants, Mean Girls & Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Lead Drama Desk Nominations by

Nominations have been announced for the 2018 Drama Desk Awards! The honors which celebrate the best in Broadway, off-Broadway and off-off-Broadway were announced by Tony winner Jane Krakowsk…

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Toro: Beauty and the Bull review – unbound eroticism and dynamite dancing by Sanjoy Roy

Lillian Baylis theatre, LondonCarlos Pons Guerra’s production for DeNada Dance Theatre is a lurid mix of melodrama and showmanshipYoung Spanish-born choreographer Carlos Pons Guerra has be…

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‘An intriguing take on modern gay male sex lives’: THE GRASS IS ALWAYS GRINDR/A GAY VICTORIAN AFFAIR – YouTube by Ian Foster

In The Grass Is Always Grindr web series writer Patrick Cash and director Luke Davies delve deep into Grindr and question what the hook-up app is doing to the community and the ways in which…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Eugenius! to return to The Other Palace by Robin Johnson

Super-joyous superhero musical Eugenius! will return to The Other Palace for a second limited run this Autumn. The post Eugenius! to return to The Other Palace appeared first on Official Lon…

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See Tituss Burgess and Jane Krakowski Announce the 2018 Drama Desk Nominations by Hannah Vine

The nominations were announced April 25 at Feinstein's/54 Below.

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Competition: Win a week’s sailing trip with songwriter Richard Stilgoe worth £745 by The Stage

The Jubilee Sailing Trust, in partnership with the Orpheus Trust, offers you the chance to sail on board SV Tenacious for a

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Sofitel New York showcases iconic art of Broadway in Fraver Art Gallery

Selection of works by Frank (Fraver) Verlizzo on exhibit through June 2018 in celebration of the Tony Awards

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Art History Gets The TED-Talks Treatment by Artsjournal1

"The [Heni Talks] website currently has 25 videos and plans to post new films once every two weeks. Many are presented by high-profile artists and art-world figures such as Damien Hirst, Jer…

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Photographer Laura Aguilar, 58 by Artsjournal1

"[Her] powerful, quietly beautiful photographs explored the lived realities of members of various marginalized groups, including women, lesbians, Latinas, the working class, overweight peopl…

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Help Tell the World About Alice Howell, the “Female Chaplin”! by Trav S.D.

Ben Model and Steve Massa have announced the exciting news that they are working on a new DVD compilation of film starring the great silent screen comedienne Alice Howell, whom we wrote abou…

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Watch Condola Rashad, Daniel Sunjata, and More Discuss Saint Joan on the Red Carpet by Ruthie Fierberg

The company of Manhattan Theatre Club’s latest revival share pre-show rituals, secrets from the rehearsal room, and more.

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Casey Cott, Chris Weaver, Darius DeHaas And More Headline Broadway Unlocked's 6th Annual #giveback Concert by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Unlocked founder Jessica Ryan announced today that the sixth annual giveback concert is slated for Sunday, May 13 at 7.30pm at WNYC's The Greene Space 44 Charlton Street. Doors ope…

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Oxford arts venue North Wall moves into producing its own work by Giverny Masso

Oxford’s North Wall Arts Centre is to begin producing work for the first time in its 10-year history. Newly appointed co-directors Ria

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‘Toxic culture’ of harassment uncovered among professional musicians by Georgia Snow

Almost half of musicians have experienced discrimination and inappropriate behaviour during their careers according to a new study of the profession that

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Coloring Music City's Theatrical Landscape by (jdstokely)

By Shawn Whitsell. Artistic Director Shawn Whitsell talks about the importance of Nashville, Tennessee's black theatre community.

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An out-of-town tryout . . . in town.

Here are the hard facts about looking for a regional theater for your out-of-town tryout in the teen 2000s: They are hard to get. Just like a lot of shows are waiting to land a Broadway hou…

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‘Nostalgia-soaked show’: THE BAND – Touring by Shane Morgan

Whilst this nostalgia-soaked show may not deny any dreams, the overwhelming success of The Band at the box office does limit ambition in storytelling by being so simplistic and, at times, ju…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Amoralists Announce 2018–2019 Season by Olivia Clement

Gabriel Jason Dean, James Anthony Tyler, and Charly Evon Simpson will pen new plays in response to America's gun crisis.

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Review of ‘Dress of Fire’ by Jennifer Rizzi

The moral and ethical questions surrounding war are just as controversial today as they were in ancient times, as Nina Kethevan aims to show in Dress of Fire. The drama directed by Ioan Arde…

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Carousel, Spongebob Lead Drama Desk Award Nominations by Lauren Yarger

Jessie-Mueller and Joshua-Henry. Photo: Julieta Cervantes2018 Drama Desk Award Nominations Outstanding PlayAdmissions, by Joshua Harmon, Lincoln Center TheaterMary Jane, by Amy Herzog, …

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See Nathan Lane, Bernadette Peters, Andrew Garfield at the 2018 Easter Bonnet Competition by Hannah Vine

The annual event from Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS took place April 23 and 24.

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‘Carousel,’ ‘SpongeBob’ lead Drama Desk nominations by Caitlin Huston

“Carousel” and “SpongeBob SquarePants” topped the list of Drama Desk nominations Thursday. The Drama Desk Awards honor shows and artists on Broadway, off Broadway and…

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, April 26, 2018 by Susan Grace

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Guest Blog: Matthew Greenhough On BISMILLAH! AN ISIS TRAGICOMEDY by BroadwayWorld

An ISIS holding cell in Northern Iraq doesn't immediately strike most people as the most obvious setting for a critically acclaimed, sell-out, award-winning not-so-humblebrag stage comedy, b…

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Interview with Benjamin Scheuer on ‘The Lion’ by Navida Stein

If you missed The Lion, acclaimed singer, songwriter and guitarist Benjamin Scheuer’s beautiful solo show, when it was here in New York a few years ago at Manhattan Theater Club and then a…

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Carousel, SpongeBob SquarePants, Mean Girls Lead 2018 Drama Desk Award Nominations by Ryan McPhee

The 63rd annual ceremony, hosted by Michael Urie, will take place June 3 at Town Hall.

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Drama Desk Awards Nominees- What It All Means for the 2018 Tony Awards! by Bww Staff

Earlier today, Jane Krakowskiand Tituss Burgessannounced the nominations for the 63rd Annual Drama Desk Awards.

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Breaking: CAROUSEL, SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Lead the Pack with Drama Desk Awards Nominations; The Full List! by BroadwayWorld

In the past few weeks, we've watched the nominations roll in. Today the final crop of nominees have been revealed, all leading to next week's ultimate announcement- the 2018 Tony nominations.

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2018 Drama Desk Award Nominations: Carousel, Spongebob, Mean Girls Lead by New York Theater

Carousel, SpongeBob Squarepants, and Mean Girls got the most nominations in the 63rd annual Drama Desk Awards, which honors achievement by professional theater artists on Broadway, Off-Broad…

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Broadway’s Harry, Ron, and Hermione Talk Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on TODAY by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch the three stars from the original London and new Broadway production talk about bringing the wizarding world to life.

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George R.R. Martin Has A New 'Game Of Thrones' Book Coming (But It's Not The One Fans Are Panting For) by Artsjournal1

"[The author] told fans today that the long-awaited sixth volume in his Game of Thrones fantasy series, The Winds of Winter, would not be published this year - but softened the blow by revea…

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How Pretty Yende Became The Star Coloratura Soprano She Couldn't Conceive Of Being by Artsjournal1

The South African soprano was astounded when her coaches in the young artist program at La Scala told her to study the role of Lucia de Lammermoor. "I could barely sing a high C," she says n…

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The Foundation Dedicated To Funding 'Hard-To-Fund Work' by Artsjournal1

Mike Scutari profiles the Michael Kelley Foundation for the Arts, endowed by the late sculptor, which works to fill in the gaps left by the mega-gifts-to-mega-institutions that has developed…

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Turner Prize shortlist focuses on conflict, crime and violence

Work from the four candidates will be exhibited at Tate Britain from September

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Review: ‘Outside the Lines’ at Arts on the Horizon by Julia L. Exline

Arts on the Horizon is a non-profit theater company that provides a professional, safe, and interactive theater experience for children ages six and under. Known for their vibrant nonverbal …

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How Well Do You Know Your Neighbors? - Working Theater's ambitious five-play series connects disparate NYC communities

Working Theater's ambitious five-play series connects disparate NYC communities---Adam Kraar's new play Alternating Currents is set in a real housing complex in Flushing, Queens called Elect…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda and Charity Network 'Rise Up' Campaign Wins Webby People's Voice Award by BroadwayWorld

Charity Network announced today that its digital fundraising campaign Lin-Manuel Miranda and Charity Network Rise Up for Good has won The Webby People's Voice Award in Social - Public Servic…

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Podcast: The 'Keith Price's Curtain Call' Welcomes Darius De Haas to Talk about his Upcoming Cabaret by Keith Price's Curtain Call

Darius De Haas, described by The New York Times as electrically thrilling, by Variety as a performer who can reveal the sorrows, pains and joys of the composer's richly layered repertoire wi…

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Photo Coverage: The Stars Arrive at Opening Night of SAINT JOAN by Walter McBride

MTC's powerful new production of Saint Joan, opened on Broadway last night, April 25, at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Check out photos below of all of the stars arriving at opening night

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Notre Dame de Paris to be staged at London Coliseum in 2019 by Georgia Snow

French musical Notre Dame de Paris is to be revived for a series of performances at the London Coliseum next year. The

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‘Riotous fun’: EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION – Shoreditch Town Hall & Touring ★★★★ by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

What riotous fun Education, Education, Education show is. Conceived and performed by Wardrobe Ensemble, the small band of players conjures the crazed world of an inner-city comprehensive ful…

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Inside the Opening Night of Saint Joan With Condola Rashad by Hannah Vine

George Bernard Shaw's tale of heroism and betrayal opened April 25 at the Samuel J. Friedman theatre.

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#TBT: Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Mary Gross Spoof The Rink on Saturday Night Live by Playbill Staff

The two actors take on roles inspired by stage icons Liza Minnelli and Chita Rivera.

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Watch Patti LuPone and Allison Janney Square Off on CBS' Mom by Ruthie Fierberg

Catch the two-time Tony winner alongside Allison Janney and Anna Faris on the Emmy-winning comedy April 26.

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Film Review: “Three Identical Strangers” — at the IFFBoston by Neil Giordano

What starts off as a rollicking entertainment ends with a flourish of profundity.

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Film Review: “First Reformed” — A Vision of Despair, Restrained by Tim Jackson

This time around, as both a writer and director, Paul Schrader has a found a story, and the artistic restraint, to convey his elevated vision. First Reformed, directed by Paul Schrader, scre…

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Interview: ‘The Gentleman Caller’’s Daniel K. Isaac by Matthew Wexler

From Showtime's 'Billions,' Daniel K. Isaac stars as William Inge in Abingdon Theatre Company's 'The Gentleman Caller.'

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Photo Flash: First Look at Michael Ball and Alexandra Burke in CHESS at the London Coliseum by BroadwayWorld

The epic musical love story CHESS starring Michael Ball as Anatoly, Alexandra Burke as Svetlana, Cedric Neal as The Arbiter, Tim Howar as Freddie, Cassidy Janson as Florence and Phillip Brow…

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Why Setting A Dance About Apartheid On American Dancers Makes Sense Right Now by Artsjournal1

"When Kevin 'Iega' Jeff saw Fana Tshabalala's Indumba at the annual JOMBA! Contemporary Dance Experience in South Africa, he immediately knew he would ask Tshabalala to set the work on his c…

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Jean-Luc Godard Is Not Dead Yet, So Let's Stop Obsessing Over His Early Films by Artsjournal1

"Brace yourselves for a wave of Godard nostalgia. It's 50 years since Jean-Luc Godard, François Truffaut and co. closed down the 1968 Cannes film festival in solidarity with student protest…

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They've Found Winslow Homer's Camera, And It May Change The Way We Look At His Art by Artsjournal1

"Little did the Bowdoin College Museum of Art know that an unsolicited phone call it received in 2014 would lead to an exhibition this summer that may change the way Winslow Homer is viewed …

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San Francisco Conservatory Of Music To Build New 12-Story Facility (And Finally House Its Students) by Artsjournal1

With a lead gift of $46.4 million from biotech investor William Bowes, the school will construct a building - just across the street from Davies Symphony Hall - with two recital halls, rehea…

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Next of Kin theatre festival plays tribute to sci-fi writer Octavia Butler by Keith Loria

Writer Octavia Butler is that rare African American woman who found success in the normally male-dominated science fiction literature genre; her work is beloved by fans of all ages and races…

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One Week From Today: Trav S.D. and Friends Celebrate Johnny Cash At Folsom Prison by Trav S.D.

FOLSOM AT FIFTY/ Thursday, May 3, 7:30pm (running time: 45 minutes)/ Dixon Place/ 161A Chrystie Street, NYC/ FREE! Johnny Cash‘s classic 1968 live album At Folsom Prison is more…

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Eugenius! musical ready to relaunch for a highly anticipated West End comeback

The geeky musical about a nerdy teenage boy originally opened in London's West End back in January for a limited engagement. Having been well-received by critics and theatregoers alike, …

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In the Moment: ‘Waiting for Godot’ Interviews with Creative Production Staff by David Siegel

Bleak? Nope, not at all. Galway, Ireland-based theater company Druid’s touring production of Samuel Beckett’s warhorse of postwar failure and ennui, Waiting for Godot, at Shakespeare T…

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‘Hysterical from start to finish’: SHIT-FACED SHAKESPEARE: THE MERCHANT OF VENICE – Leicester Square Theatre ❤❤❤❤ by Emma Clarendon

Actors being completely inebriated is probably not what you expect when you go to see a Shakespeare play. However, Shitfaced Shakespeare’s production of The Merchant of Venice is entirely …

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

First Chess images released by Robin Johnson

It begins again tonight! The epic musical love story Chess opens for previews at the London Coliseum tonight, with Michael Ball, Alexandra Burke and more. The post First Chess images releas…

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The Prudes review – a couple's very public attempt to revive their sex life by Lyn Gardner

Royal Court Upstairs, LondonAnthony Neilson considers the male reaction to #MeToo in a well-meaning yet toothless two-handerJess and Jimmy are in their late 30s and have been together for ni…

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From Game of Thrones to The Crown: the woman who turns actors into stars by Sophie Elmhirst

Nina Gold’s role is invisible, and yet her taste has shaped much of what we watch on film and TV. By Sophie ElmhirstEarlier this year, the casting director Nina Gold sat at the back of the…

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Q&A video and photos: Discussing racism & representation at Rasheeda Speaking by Terri Paddock

What a provocative play and post-show discussion! Are we all racist? How different are racial relations in 21st-century America versus Britain? How do we get more unheard voices onstage? …

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My Fair Lady: Revitalized revival at Lincoln Center Theater positively glows by Oscar E. Moore

A badly needed tonic for an anemic theatrical season. Director Bartlett Sher has created brand new memories to supplant any deeply held fond memories of the original production and film vers…

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Blog: How to Create a Comedy Character for Performance by Jenny May Morgan

Jenny May Morgan is a comedian who has created an alter-ego named Pamela, who is an erotic fiction novelist on The post Blog: How to Create a Comedy Character for Performance appeared first …

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From Aristophanes to Hitchcock, Celebrating Birds and Culture by Joshua Barone

Here are five highlights to see from “Birds: A Festival Inspired by Aristophanes,” a citywide festival featuring a range of cultural events.

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2017 - 2018: The Broadway Season That Was... by JK

With today's opening of The Iceman Cometh, the eligibility of the 2017 - 2018 Broadway season comes to a close.  By most accounts, this has been a lackluster season.  There have be…

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Full Cast Announced For MACHINAL At Almeida Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The Almeida Theatre today announces the full cast for its revival of Sophie Treadwell's Machinal, directed by Natalie Abrahami.

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BWW Review: ABSOLUTE HELL, National Theatre by Marianka Swain

The original version of Rodney Ackland's provocative work, The Pink Room, had a bruising reception back in 1952, losing thousands for investor Terence Rattigan amidst furious reviews. Since …

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BWW Review: THE PHLEBOTOMIST, Hampstead Theatre by Cindy Marcolina

When Bea Jade Anouka and Aaron Rory Fleck Byrne meet, they both think they've found happiness. He's intelligent, handsome, and with a high rating, she's a phlebotomist in a centre dedicated …

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BWW's On This Day - April 26, 2018

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

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Photo Coverage: Check Out Photos from the SAINT JOAN Opening Night After Party! by Walter McBride

MTC's powerful new production of Saint Joan, opened on Broadway last night, April 25, at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Check out photos of the cast at their opening night cast party below

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Check Out A Sneak Peak of Patti LuPone On CBS' MOM Airing Tonight, April 26 by TV News Desk

On tonight's episode of MOM, 'A Taco Bowl and a Tubby Seamstress', Christy is concerned that she and Bonnie might lose their apartment when Bonnie locks horns with the tough new building own…

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Encounters With Shakespeare: 15 'New Yorker' Writers On When The Bard Blew Them Away by Artsjournal1

"On the occasion of the four-hundredth anniversary of William Shakespeare's death, New Yorker writers" - Elif Batuman, Richard Brody, Larissa MacFarquhar, Vinson Cunningham, Rebecca Mead, Ph…

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A Review of ‘Miss You Like Hell’ by a Person of Color by Jose Solis

In terms of its political and cultural resonance, Miss You Like Hell might be the most important musical running in New York City at the moment, and yet you wouldn’t know it, judging from …

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Strictly Ballroom the Musical at Piccadilly Theatre, London – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

Baz Luhrmann’s Strictly Ballroom began life in 1984 as a short student play, devised by Luhrmann and his classmates at Sydney’s National

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Clint Ramos is Crafting a Story with His Costume Designs by Serena

Tony-winner Clint Ramos understands the importance of design in a Broadway show. He knows that the visuals inform a story just as much as the dialogue. His work is particularly informative i…

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‘A powerful approach’: TREMOR – Cardiff Sherman Theatre by Emily Garside

I like to spend time unpacking a play and in particular the writing a little more. So here is my not-review of Brad Birch’s new play Tremor at the Sherman Theatre.

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Talking With The Gentleman Caller’s Daniel K. Isaac and Juan Francisco Villa by Sandi Durell

    by Magda Katz   Daniel K. Isaac (Showtime’s ‘Billions’) and Juan Francisco Villa (Oedipus El Rey), who play William Inge and Tennessee Williams in the upcoming …

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NEWS: Musical version of Local Hero premieres in Edinburgh, transfers to Old Vic in 2019 by Press Releases

John Crowley will direct the world premiere of Local Hero, a stage adaptation of the 1983 film, co-written by David Greig and Bill Forsyth, with music and lyrics by Mark Knopfler. The premie…

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Absolute Hell review – postwar Soho gets a Weimar makeover by Michael Billington

Lyttelton, LondonJoe Hill-Gibbins gives Rodney Ackland’s drama the full expressionist works in a production full of visual bravuraAt the curtain call for this revival of Rodney Ackland’s…

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Photo Flash: First Look at NINE NIGHT at the National Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Roy Alexander Weise directs Natasha Gordon's debut play Nine Night is a touching and very funny exploration of the rituals of family.

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NOTRE DAME DE PARIS To Perform At London Coliseum by BroadwayWorld

Twenty years after its Parisian debut, the French musical Notre Dame de Paris is to perform in London, after receiving international acclaim in 23 countries worldwide. Based upon the 1831 no…

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Tonight at 8:30 review at Jermyn Street Theatre, London – ‘a charismatic ensemble’ by Rosemary Waugh

Though the nine one-act plays that make up Tonight at 8.30 are all written by Noel Coward, in many ways that’s where

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Comic Book Kind of Love: @EugeniusUK returns to @TheOtherPalace in September

Go Eugenius! The super-successful new musical, written by Ben Adams and Chris Wilkins and produced by the one and only Warwick Davis, is heading back to The Other Palace later this year...

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‘Strallen & Labey are what this show is all about’: STRICTLY BALLROOM THE MUSICAL — West End ★★★ by Jonathan Baz

The book and songs here may be dire, but the entertainment shines through in Strictly Ballroom’s dazzling dance. Drew McOnie choreographs the piece (he also directs, though thankfully with…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Lancaster’s Dukes launches BAME-focused playwriting award by Georgia Snow

The Dukes Theatre in Lancaster are collaborating with Tamasha on a new playwriting prize to discover new culturally diverse talent in the

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Review of the Royal Shakespeare Company’s ‘King Lear’ at BAM by Jose Solis

What strikes about the Royal Shakespeare Company’s production of King Lear now running at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, isn’t necessarily the power of Antony Sher’s performance as the…

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NEWS: Warwick Davis’ cult musical Eugenius returns to The Other Palace in September by Press Releases

After a six-week run at The Other Palace at the beginning of the year and a one-off West End concert at the London Palladium in 2016, Warwick Davis and Kevin Wood are delighted to announce t…

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Photo Coverage: The Cast of SAINT JOAN Takes its Opening Night Bows by Walter McBride

MTC's powerful new production of Saint Joan, opened on Broadway last night, April 25, at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Check out photos of the cast taking their opening night bows below

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Alexandra Palace theatre to reopen in December after 80 years by Georgia Snow

Alexandra Palace has confirmed that its Victorian theatre will reopen in December following a multimillion-pound restoration. The project has received £18.8 million

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4 ways to expand your stylistic versatility by Admin

Versatility. It’s become quite a buzz word in the dance world. It’s said that the more a dancer can do, the more likely it is that he/she will work consistently – and even sometim…

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Heading to Skid Row: Jemima Rooper and Marc Antolin lead cast of Little Shop of Horrors

Suddenly, we have a Seymour! And an Audrey too! Jemima Rooper and Marc Antolin will play the leads in LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS this summer at the Regents Park Open Air Theatre. The full cast h…

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Lennon's Banjo, Epstein Theatre, Liverpool, review: A quest to find John Lennon's lost banjo needs to crank up the comedy by Spencer Leigh, Spencer Leigh

Former Beatle Pete Best turns up in this new caper about collectors of Fab Four memorabilia

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Music-World Mourns the Untimely Death of Two Time Grammy Nominee, Avicii by Blouin Artinfo

It was a sad day for the world of music as the industry mourned the untimely death of Avicii, a two-time Grammy Nominee. Tim Bergling, known to many by his stage name Avicii, was a Swedish m…

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Regent's Park Open Air Theatre Announce Casting For LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS by BroadwayWorld

Regent's Park Open Air Theatre have today announced casting for Little Shop of Horrors. Directed by Maria Aberg, the production plays 03 August - 15 September.

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Kim Petras Announces Show At The Courtyard Theatre London by BroadwayWorld

Hailed a future pop icon by Music Week, rising star Kim Petras announces her first UK show at The Courtyard Theatre London on 25 May 2018. Her sensational voice and imaginative pop artistry …

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Little Shop Of Horrors casting revealed at Regent’s Park Open Air by Robin Johnson

Marc Antolin, Jemima Rooper and Matt Willis will star in the upcoming Regent's Park Open Air Theatre production of Little Shop Of Horrors. The post Little Shop Of Horrors casting revealed a…

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NEWS: Jemima Rooper & Marc Antolin lead Open Air’s Little Shop of Horrors cast, TICKETS ONSALE by Press Releases

Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have today announced casting for Little Shop of Horrors. Directed by Maria Aberg, the production plays 3 August to 15 September 2018, with a press night on 1…

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‘Brimming with tenderness & emotional articulacy’: MAYFLY – Orange Tree Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Under the tenure of Paul Miller, the Orange Tree Theatre has shown a fierce commitment to new writing, but Joe White’s Mayfly is the first debut play to be staged there since Miller’s as…

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Get into the Swing: Tommy Steele transfers Glenn Miller touring hit to London Coliseum

Here's a transfer for the history books: Tommy Steele is not only bringing his latest stage hit, celebrating the music of big band leader Glenn Miller, he's bringing it to the address where …

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, April 26, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Reviews for “Saint Joan” Roll in, Off Broadway Alliance Announces Award Nominees, and Daniella’s Final Theatre Throwback “Today on Broadway” is a daily,…

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Absolute Hell review at National Theatre, London – ‘superbly acted portrait of wartime Soho’ by Natasha Tripney

Originally titled The Pink Room, Rodney Ackland’s 1952 play is set in a Soho drinking pit in the dying days of the

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Mel Brooks Says It's His Job 'To Make Terrible Things Entertaining' by Susan Stamberg

Brooks, 91, has made a career of poking fun at topics that normally wouldn't make you laugh. "The comedy writer is like the conscience of the king," Brooks says. "He's got to tell him the tr…

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Jemima Rooper, Marc Antolin and Matt Willis cast in Little Shop of Horrors at Regent’s Park by Georgia Snow

Jemima Rooper will star in the forthcoming production of Little Shop of Horrors at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre. She is joined

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Brief 4/26: THE ICEMAN COMETH Opens, Drama Desk Awards Nominations, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories The Iceman Cometh opens on Broadway, Drama Desk Award nominations are announced, and more

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The Phlebotomist review at Hampstead Theatre Downstairs, London – ‘a clever dystopian drama by Bridget Minamore

It’s said a good piece of theatre begins as late and ends as early as possible in the framework of a story.

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NEWS: The Vaults hosts new immersive experience inspired by Disney’s Fantasia by Press Releases

The Vaults has announces its new experience Sounds and Sorcery celebrating Disney Fantasia, a brand new immersive experience which will open this summer, in the year Mickey Mouse celebrates …

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Absolute Hell, National Theatre, London, review: Sparkling production captures post-war Soho by Holly Williams, Holly Williams

Rodney Ackland's drama about the dissolute denizens of a nightclub caused a scandal in 1952 – and still feels fresh today

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10 Questions for Sharon Smith of Arts Collective Gob Squad by Thomas

Sharon Smith of the Berlin-based Gob Squad talks age, Oscar Wilde and Nicki MinajGob Squad is a “seven-headed” Anglo-German arts collective who specialise in multimedia performance. Begi…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Do You Fear Innovation Will Threaten Your Effectiveness Metrics? by Joe Patti

Over the last few years, I have frequently written about the problem with using metrics as a measure of value and performance.  As long as we continue to be told that use of quantitative me…

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'New' Cathedral Basilica named one of top worship houses in U.S. by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Travel site TripAdvisor boasts of structure's mosaic artwork

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Alexandra Palace’s ‘hidden’ theatre to reopen after £18.8m restoration by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Performers to grace the Victorian stage in London after a gap of 80 years, once lottery-funded revamp finishes this summerFor the first time in more than 80 years, regular performances are t…

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New York Subway is Taken Over By David Bowie Experiences by Blouin Artinfo

Spotify is collaborating with the Brooklyn Museum to turn the New York’s Broadway-Lafayette subway station into a museum of New York’s beloved David Bowie.New York City, the adopted home…

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Madonna, Can't Stop Auction House From Selling Lock of Her Hair, Underwear, Tupac Breakup Letter by Blouin Artinfo

The lawsuit filed by Madonna over the auction of her personal items, including a lock of her hair, her underwear and a breakup letter from Tupac Shakur, couldn’t stop the auctioneers. The …

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ABSOLUTE HELL Lyttelton, SE1 by Libby Purves and Friends

A WAR OVER, A WORLD ADRIFT   It’s a great tapestry of a play: Rodney Ackland’s portrait of a Soho nightclub as WW2 ended. Socialites and slobs, black-marketeers and failing artists,…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Dewynters pushes further into Europe with Amsterdam office by Georgia Snow

Theatrical marketing company Dewynters has announced it is opening a second office in continental Europe, with an outpost in Amsterdam. The Amsterdam

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Absolute Hell, National Theatre review - high gloss show saves over-rated classic by Aleks.sierz

Energetic revival of Rodney Ackland’s best play exposes many of its faults Rodney Ackland must be the most well-known forgotten man in postwar British theatre. His legend goes like this: A…

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“Kindred the Family Soul” at Yoshis, Oakland by Blouin Artinfo

Aja Graydon and Fatin Dantzler sing and compose songs for the family and they simply love it.The duo are artists, songwriters, lovers and above all-family. They both forayed in to music whil…

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“Georges Moustaki Near Us” at New Morning, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

A bevy of artists get together to pay a befitting tribute to Georges Moustaki.Born. 1934, Moustaki was an Egyptian-French singer and songwriter of Jewish Italo-Greek origin. He was best know…

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How Harry Hadden-Paton Finds His Own Transformation As My Fair Lady’s Leading Man by Ruthie Fierberg

Making his Broadway debut as My Fair Lady’s Henry Higgins, the actor shares the theatre firsts that prepared him to take on the complex role.

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FIRST LOOK: Amanda Abbingdon and Danny Mac to star in A Little Princess by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Andrew Lippa’s musical The Little Princess is to have its UK Premiere at the Royal Festival Hall starring Amanda Abbington and Danny Mac and we have the first photo by …

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Natalie Portman Pulls out of Genesis Prize by Blouin Artinfo Australia

Pulling out from the Genesis Prize, the prestigious Jerusalem awards ceremony, Oscar-winning actress Natalie Portman cited “distress” over recent events in Israel. Portman who won the Os…

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Joan Plowright: what the National Theatre means to me by Joan Plowright

The early days of the National Theatre were thrilling for Joan Plowright and her husband Laurence Olivier, its first artistic directorMy very first connection with the National Theatre began…

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Kate Voegele & Tyler Hilton at The Troubadour, West Hollywood by Blouin Artinfo

SHP is presenting Kate Voegele & Tyler Hilton's latest on stage performance. Kate hails from a small suburb of Cleveland Ohio. She first started playing the guitar at the age of fifteen.…

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'Swells' at The Smell, Los Angeles by Blouin Artinfo

Penniback Records presents the latest on stage offering of the band "Swells." The indie rocked band was formed in San Francisco around three decades back by vocalist and guitarist David Free…

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Terry Gilliam’s ‘The Man Who Killed Don Quixote’ will Premiere at Cannes as a Closing Film by Blouin Artinfo

The long-awaited magnum opus of Terry Gilliam “The Man Who Killed Don Quixote” will have its world premiere at the Cannes film festival and will be screened as the event’s closing film…

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Georgina Bednar: To thrill again, immersive theatre should return to its risky roots by Georgina Bednar

It is fairly safe to say that immersive theatre became a big deal with Punchdrunk’s The Masque of the Red Death at

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Find Out What Happens On An All New MOM, Guest Starring Broadway Legend Patti LuPone by BroadwayWorld

As previously announced, Patti LuPone will guest star in upcoming episode of MOM on CBS. LuPone will play Rita, the new owner of the building that is managed by Bonnie Allison Janney. Rita i…

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Jazz Greats Weekend – an ultimate celebration of jazz by Arts Review

Following the success of last year’s event, MLive’s Jazz Greats Weekend returns to Monash University’s Robert Blackwood Hall this weekend. This year’s ultimate weekend of jazz ki…

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Denzel Washington-Led The Iceman Cometh Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony and Oscar winner Denzel Washington officially returns to the Broadway stage on April 26 as a new production of Eugene O'Neill's classic work The Iceman Cometh celebrates opening…

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Thursday, April 26, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tosca by Arts Review

John Bell’s critically acclaimed 20th century retelling of Puccini’s Tosca has returned to Arts Centre Melbourne with a stellar cast – featuring some of the best performers in the …

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Video: Go Inside Rehearsals of David Henry Hwang & Jeanine Tesori's SOFT POWER! by BroadwayWorld

The upcoming world premiere of 'Soft Power' by David Henry Hwang play and lyrics and Jeanine Tesorimusic and additional lyrics will be produced by Center Theatre Group at the Ahmanson Theatr…

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Denzel Washington-Led The Iceman Cometh Opens on Broadway April 26 by Ryan McPhee

George C. Wolfe directs the new production of the Eugene O’Neill classic.

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Drama Desk Awards Nominees for 2018 - How many of these shows have you seen?

The theatre awards season kicks into high gear with the announcement of the 2018 Drama Desk nominations. Unlike the Tony Awards, which only honor Broadway productions, the Drama Desk conside…

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Scroll Through the Opening Night Playbill for Iceman Cometh on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The revival of the Eugene O'Neill classic opens April 26 on Broadway.

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Get to Know Frozen Star Greg Hildreth by Olivia Clement

The actor, who plays Olaf in the new Disney musical on Broadway, joins Tyler Mount on the vlog.

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