Monday, February 27, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

The Secret River by Arts Review

After sell-out seasons around Australia and unanimous critical acclaim, The Secret River, Neil Armfield’s landmark theatrical Sydney Theatre Company production, will make its Adelaide deb…

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SLSO announces two additional 'Live at Powell Hall' offerings by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

'Singin' in the Rain' is a tribute to Debbie Reynolds

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Rush Ticket Policy Will Continue Through Run SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE by BroadwayWorld

Hot off last week's historic opening night, the producers ofSundayin the Park with Georgeare pleased to announce the show will continue to offer a limited number of tickets 41 each, to celeb…

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Church had a real good time in Gypsy by Rick Pender

At age 22, Sandra Church originated the role of Louise in Jule Styne, Arthur Laurents and Stephen Sondheim’s Gypsy staged by Jerome Robbins. She retired from the theater in the 1960s to pu…

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“Absinthe” in the Spiegelworld Tent at L.A. LIVE’s Event Deck by Pauline Adamek

Sexy, sordid, sleazy fun—a new acrobatic and cabaret show straight out of Vegas (and straight out of the past) is coming to L.A. for a limited

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Book Review: “Nicotine” — A Fresh Take on Addiction by Arts Fuse Editor

A beautiful, if somewhat meandering, series of vignettes on the writer's lifelong relationship with cigarettes.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Misses His EGOT

Mr. Miranda, nominated in the best original song category for “How Far I’ll Go” from “Moana,” had the chance to fill in his missing Oscar.

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Killer review at Shoreditch Town Hall, London – ‘creepy and disorientating’ by Natasha Tripney

For the second production in his Philip Ridley double-bill beneath Shoreditch Town Hall, Jamie Lloyd turns off the lights. While his revival

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Glenn Close Beats 'Book Of Mormon' At Broadway Box Office by Lee Seymour

Meanwhile, 'Hamilton' continues to dominate everyone and everything.

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Broadway Dreams Sets Cities and Dates for 2017 Summer Intensive Tour by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Dreams has set cities and dates for their 2017 Summer Intensive Tour, ComeTogether. Launching in Atlanta, GA on June 4, 2017, the Summer Tour will offer the international non-profit…

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Lease Dispute Forces BANDSTAND to Relocate Rehearsal Space by Stephanie Wild

Forbes reports thatthe new musical Bandstand has been forced to move to a new location. The producers of the show sued Manhattan Ballroom Dance for breach of contract after the studio rescin…

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Audra McDonald to Join San Francisco Symphony in 'PRIDE' Concert After North Carolina Cancellations by BroadwayWorld

On April 4, 2017, Music Director Michael Tilson Thomas and the San Francisco Symphony, along with Broadway star Audra McDonald, celebrate the Bay Area's spirit of inclusion and diversity wit…

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Meet Sutton Foster, Eat Lunch with Paul Rudd, Win Tickets to Braodway Shows & More with Charitybuzz by BroadwayWorld

Stars includingPaul Rudd,Sutton Foster,Andy Karl,Orfeh,Everett Bradley, and more are offering up exclusive opportunities to join them, all while supporting SAY The Stuttering Association for…

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The Other Art Fair to launch in Melbourne in May by Arts Review

Following two successful editions in Sydney, Australia’s leading art fair for emerging artists, The Other Art Fair will launch in Melbourne for a four-day presentation in May 2017, connec…

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Nathan Lee Graham stops by HQ to chat with Ryan Lee Gilbert about The View UpStairs and more.

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Odds & Ends: Watch Josh Gad Perform ‘Gaston,’ See Bernadette Peters & Audra McDonald in Concert & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today and this weekend. What a Guy! Josh Gad Performs ‘Gaston’ Get the popcorn ready! Beauty and the Beast hits theater…

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Lost at Sea: ‘Kid Victory’ at the Vineyard Theatre by Matthew Wexler

  Kid Victory, the new musical that opened last week by Greg Pierce (book and lyrics) and John Kander (music) at the Vineyard Theatre, is not easy to watch. That’s not always a bad th…

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BWW Review: KILLER, Shoreditch Town Hall by Debbie Gilpin

Now playing in rep with The Pitchfork Disney, Killer is Philip Ridley's newest work a darkly comic piece quite literally that pushes the boundaries of fear and suspense. It stands alone from…

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Review: A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Young Vic by Franciska Éry

“If we shadows have offended…” says Puck, closing the two-hour long production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream with the well-known epilogue. And while Joe-Hill Gibbins’ produc…

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How Judy Kuhn Saved Her Co-Star’s Life by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares his remaining adventures (and secret stories) from the Playbill cruise, plus behind-the-scenes action at his Concert for America.

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BWW Review: GROUNDED, Gate Theatre by Kelly McElroy

Previously performed at The Gate in 2013 after a successful run at the Edinburgh Festival, Grounded returns to Notting Hill by popular demand. It is immediately apparent why.

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Interview: Max Vernon on Queer History, Activism, and “The View UpStairs” by Auriane Desombre

When Wes buys what is probably the most disheveled building in New Orleans, he plans to use it as the launching point for his soon-to-be fashion empire. That is, until he learns about the b…

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Visceral ‘Hairy Ape’ & Bobby Cannavale Arriving at Park Avenue Armory by Sandi Durell

    The Park Avenue Armory presents a bold staging of Eugene O’Neill’s iconic American drama The Hairy Ape, directed by Oliver Award-winner Richard Jones and starring Tony nomi…

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Interview: Grammy Winner Melissa Manchester On Life in the Music Business and Her Return to Feinstein’s/54 Below by Courtney Marie

Grammy Award-winning singer/songwriter Melissa Manchester makes her return to Feinstein’s/54 Below for four performances only this March. On Friday, March 3rd and Saturday, March 4th, Ms. …

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Watch Patti LuPone and Christine Ebersole Chat War Paint by Olivia Clement

And why director Michael Greif thinks the two leading ladies are perfect for their latest roles.

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Take Your Tots to the Theatre Tomorrow for 2017 KIDS' NIGHT ON BROADWAY by BroadwayWorld

A friendly reminder that the 21st Kids' Night on Broadway will take place in New York City, tomorrow, February 28th, 2017.

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 2/27/2017

This Week's New Classified Listings on for 2272017.

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Just say no to Tony -- is 'Sunday in the Park' setting a trend?

Ridiculous, I suppose, to feel protective of the Tony Awards. Despite my ongoing mixed emotions about competition in the arts, however, I can't ignore a little sting of concern.

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Broadway Grosses: Waitress Continues to Rise with Sara Bareilles Casting News by Lindsey Sullivan

Change can be delicious! Broadway fans were thrilled to learn that Waitress' Tony-nominated music mastermind Sara Bareilles will take the stage as Jenna Hunterson beginning on March 31. …

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Colorado Symphony to screen “La La Land,” perform Oscar-winning score by The Know

The Oscar-lauded "La La Land" comes to life in Denver this summer.

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Exclusive Groundhog Day Sneak Peek! See Andy Karl Prove He’s Not a Morning Person…Again and Again by Beth Stevens

If winter doldrums have you hitting the snooze button on repeat, this will wake you up: a sneak peek at the new commercial for incoming Broadway musical Groundhog Day. Watch the ever-charmin…

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FIRST LOOK: Andy Karl Stars in New Groundhog Day Commercial

Andy Karl stars in the newly released Groundhog Day TV spot.

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Lease Dispute Forces 'Bandstand' To Boogie To New Space by Marc Hershberg

The new musical 'Bandstand' has been forced to rehearse elsewhere after Manhattan Ballroom Dance rescinded their rental agreement.

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Photos: Opening Night of York Theatre’s Dear World by Marc J. Franklin

The concert revival, starring Tyne Daly, Ann Harada, Alison Fraser, and Lenny Wolpe, opened February 25.

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‘Hamilton’s $3.1M Week Keeps Broadway Box Office On An Even Keel by Jeremy Gerard

Posting a $266K uptick and again topping the $3 million mark in weekly ticket sales, Hamilton helped keep Broadway flat in an otherwise blah week that saw New Yorkers and tourists taking to …

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Baby Jane Dexter to Bare Body & Soul in Manhattan by Robert Viagas

The award-winning cabaret queen will reprise her solo show at the Metropolitan Room.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Dear World Opening Nite at York Theatre by Sandi Durell

  Dear World (with book by Jerome Lawrence and Robert E. Lee, new version by David Thompson and based on an adaptation by Maurice Valency of the play The Madwoman of Chaillot by Jean Gi…

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Review: Living a Little, VAULT Festival by Jessica Handscomb

If the world as we know it were to end tomorrow, what would you do? Would you smartly ration and scrape by, rarely washing in tattered clothes? Or, given the opportunity, would you carry on …

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Review: Twelfth Night, National Theatre by Dan Rubins

The National Theatre’s promotional campaign for Simon Godwin’s new Twelfth Night has been all Tamsin Greig, all the time. The video trailer and the programme design devote themselves ent…

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In Pittsburgh, ‘Fences’ and August Wilson’s Hill District by Beth J. Harpaz | ap

Fans of “Fences” may be disappointed that the film won just one of its four Oscar nominations. But a pilgrimage to playwright August Wilson’s hometown, Pittsburgh, might offer some con…

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Public Theatre Begins Previews of ‘Gently Down The Stream’ by Newsdesk

THE PUBLIC THEATER BEGINS PREVIEWS FOR WORLD PREMIERE OF GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM TUESDAY, MARCH 14 Written by Martin Sherman Directed by Sean Mathias Featuring Gabriel Ebert, Harvey Fierstein…

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Agonizing Oscar mix-up an apt metaphor for today by Chris Jones

It was an accountant's bad handoff that created the jaw-dropping chaos of the final moments of the Academy Awards on Sunday, a moment when you could see, laid bare, all of America's fissures…

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VIDEO: First Look - BEAUTY AND THE BEAST's Josh Gad & Luke Evans Sing 'Gaston' by Movies News Desk

'My, what a guy, that Gaston' Below, watch a new clip of 'Gaston' from Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, featuring Luke Evans as Gaston and Josh Gad as LeFou.

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BWW TV: Break the Cycle with New GROUNDHOG DAY TV Spot! by BroadwayWorld TV

The Broadway premiere ofGroundhog Day, the new musical featuring music and lyrics byTim Minchinand a book byDanny Rubin, and directed byMatthew Warchusbegins previews on Thursday, March 16 a…

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 2/27

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS Read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 226201…

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 2/26/17 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 2262017.

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Photo Flash: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Cast Dazzle at Shanghai Premiere by Movies News Desk

Today in Shanghai, the cast and filmmakers from Disney's live-action BEAUTY AND THE BEAST including Emma Watson, Dan Stevens, Luke Evans, Josh Gad and director Bill Condon continued their wo…

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The Fans Have Spoken! Your Top 10 Stephen Sondheim Greatest Musicals by Lindsey Sullivan

Ladies and gentlemen, may I have your attention puh-lease? Broadway legend Stephen Sondheim is currently ruling the New York stage: Sunday in the Park with George just celebrated a super-sta…

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Bid to Meet David Henry Hwang and More with American Theatre Wing's Centennial Charity Auction by BroadwayWorld

The American Theatre Wing's Centennial Auction is in its final week of bidding at www.charitybuzz.comthewing, featuring five once-in-a-lifetime prize packages.

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Video Flash: First Look at Andy Karl in Brand-New Groundhog Day TV Commercial

The new Broadway musical begins performances March 16.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 2/27

Welcome to this week's edition of our new WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for the week ending 2/26…

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Review: Boy Stroke Girl, Etcetera Theatre by James Bell

The topic of gender is never far from our minds. It informs our every interaction with other people, and goes right to the core of our self-perception. Society has made huge strides in recen…

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Theater News: Diva: Live From Hell Heads to Theater for the New City

Sean Patrick Monahan and Alexander Sage Oyen present a new devilish musical.

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Jessie Mueller Plans First Post-Waitress Appearance in New York by Robert Viagas

The Tony-winning actor will take part in a Carnegie Hall concert.

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Jodi Picoult Musical Between the Lines Sets Regional World Premiere by Adam Hetrick

Broadway producer Daryl Roth is attached to the musical based on the Jodi Picoult-Samantha van Leer novel.

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes Legendary Tony-Winning Lyricist Lee Adams by Behind The Curtain

Because he had a whole lot of livin' to do, Rob and Kevin's time with Tony Award winning lyricist Lee Adams was short but it did make them feel happy and rosy or Rosie. The 93 year old Adams…

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Introduce Yourself(ie): 10 Questions with Waitress Star Caitlin Houlahan

Caitlin Houlahan talks joining Waitress, pre-show rituals, and her standing Monday night date with The Bachelor.

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Industry Ticket Offers by Bt

That's Weird, Grandma: Rise of the Rock Spectacular - Barrel of Monkeys at The Neo-Futurist Theater, 5153 N Ashland Ave. is offering $6 tickets for performances (Sundays at 2pm and Mondays a…

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Photo Flash: Harvey Fierstein and More in Rehearsal for GENTLY DOWN THE STREAM at The Public Theater by BroadwayWorld

The Public Theater will begin previews for the world premiere of Gently Down the Stream on Tuesday, March 14. Written by Martin Sherman and directed by Sean Mathias, the show has been extend…

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BWW Contest: Enter To Win Two Tickets To A Special Performance Of GROUNDHOG DAY by Bww Contests

BroadwayWorld is exclusively sending one lucky reader and a friend to the first preview, a special fan performance, of GROUNDHOG DAY Enter the contest today for a chance to win

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John O'Hurley to Bring A MAN WITH STANDARDS to Cafe Carlyle This Spring by BroadwayWorld

Award-winning actorsinger John O'Hurley makes his Cafe Carlyle debut, March 28 - April 8.

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Glitter & Grit! Meet the Ensemble Throwing Broadway's Best Party at The Great Comet by

Whether you're a diehard The Great Comet fan or new to the stunning piece, one cannot deny how enchanting the musical is. Stars Denée Benton and Josh Groban ar…

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Theater News: Anastasia's Ahrens and Flaherty, Michael Urie, and More Join Broadway Dreams Tour

Broadway artists will travel the country coaching aspiring theater professionals.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Bernadette Peters Will Join Boston Pops for By George! The Boston Pops Plays Gershwin on Tour by Andrew Gans

The three-time Tony winner will be featured at two of the seven Midwest tour stops.

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Trish Arnold obituary by Jackie Snow

Pioneer of movement training for actorsTrish Arnold, who has died aged 98, was a pioneer of movement training for actors. In 1955, she accepted an offer to teach movement at the London drama…

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'Game Of Thrones' Parodies Proliferate As Filming Wraps on Season 7

As fans wait out the winter until the new season of the HBO fantasy behemoth airs this summer, a pair of parodies hits the boards in Los Angeles. read more

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Arena’s political play campaign gets underway with major gift by Nelson Pressley

$2.5 million kick-starts 25 new “Power Plays.”

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 Zeros and Ones Don’t Add Up To Live Action by Howard Sherman

For those who work in the theatre, the idea of defending the term “live action” would seem an unnecessary task. But as movie marketers, abetted uncritically by the entertainment press, s…

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Can Oscar Winners Pasek & Paul Become Fastest/Youngest-Winning EGOTS? by BroadwayWorld

While last night's win only marks one fourth of the necessary requirements to achieve EGOT status, the dynamic duo are currently behind three projects which could make them the fastest and y…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Broadway Sessions Rolls Out the Red Carpet for the Cast of PARAMOUR by Ben Cameron

Nothing could be more fitting the day after the Oscar's than celebrating our recent evening with the stars of Cirque Du Soleil's Paramour. Paramour stars Ruby Lewis, Ryan Vona, Bret Shuford,…

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Rehearsals Underway for Mark Storor and National Theatre Wales' Rhyl Walking Production 'LIFTED BY BEAUTY' by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsals for National Theatre Wales' Lifted By Beauty Adventures In Dreaming, whose audience willtake a guided journey around Rhyl, start today.

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Cabaret News: Lea Salonga to Perform at the Ridgefield Playhouse

Salonga will star in a one-night-only concert.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

True Colors Theatre Company Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include works by Todd Kriedler, August Wilson, and Colman Domingo.

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Queer Highlights From Last Night's Most Shocking Oscars Ever by Justin Moran

Michael MustoOscarsMichael MustoYesterday, I got an email from a colleague, critic Brendan Lemon, who said, “I’m starting to think that Moonlight could pull off an upset tonight. As a fr…

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Special Reports: Oscar-Winning La La Land Writers Pasek and Paul Could EGOT by This Time Next Year

The Dear Evan Hansen scribes have a big year ahead.

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Onstage This Week: Feb. 26-March 5 by American Theatre Editors

From flying remote control drones to organizing a strike, from Oregon to Tennessee, it is another exciting week for theatre.

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Interviews: Charles Socarides, Son of an Anti-Gay Psychiatrist, Now Plays His Gay Brother on TV

The off-Broadway actor plays Clinton-administration gay-and-lesbian civil-rights adviser Richard Socarides on the new ABC miniseries When We Rise.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)

The 'Neath, The Vaults, Waterloo, London, review: At one point, he asks me to pee on him by Emily Jupp, Emily Jupp

The immersive fantasy created for Vault Festival 2017 has a devilish pop-up bar with an interactive performance and a loose plotline

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Nick Adams, N'Kenge and More to Celebrate Kander & Ebb in AMERICAN SHOWSTOPPERS at Schimmel Center by BroadwayWorld

On Friday, March 10 at 730 PM, Schimmel Center will continue its American Showstoppers series. This time orchestrator and conductor Fred Barton leads his 14-piece orchestra and cast of Broad…

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Jon Cryer to Lead Ford & Cryer's SHELTER in Concert at Feinstein's/54 Below by BroadwayWorld

Feinstein's54 Below will presentthe short-lived musical Shelter in concert for two performances only, starring two-time Emmy Award-winner Jon Cryer Two and a Half Men.

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Hip Hop Mogul Jay Z to Produce Film Version of IN THE HEIGHTS by Movies News Desk

Hip hop mogul Jay Z will be among the producers of the highly anticipated film version of Broadway's IN THE HEIGHTS.

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Stars of JITNEY, COME FROM AWAY Set for LEAP's NYC August Wilson Monologue Competition Event by BroadwayWorld

LEAP willpresent the 9thannual New York City August Wilson Monologue Competition. A total of 18 LEAP students from nine New York City high schools will inhabit Wilson's characters and bring …

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Paige Evans: Writing Signature’s Future by American Theatre Editors

The late playwrights' advocate James Houghton left behind an embarrassment of riches for his successor, but she seems quite suited to the task.

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'Gotta Dance,' now 'Half Time,' to boogie not to Broadway, but to New Jersey by Chris Jones

"Gotta Dance," the musical about the real-life NBA half-time stunt involving a company of senior hip-hop dancers, is not going directly to Broadway after its 2015 Chicago tryout. Now retitle…

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Theatre History Podcast # 23: Is It Happening Here? Dr. Paul Gagliardi on the Return of the Federal Theatre Project’s It Can’t Happen Here by HowlRound

By Michael Lueger. Michael Lueger talks with Dr. Paul Gagliardi about It Can’t Happen Here.

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Flashbulbs & Bubbly! Broadway’s Best Bring It at the Oscars & More Hot Shots by Lindsey Sullivan

The Oscars may be over, but the fabulous performances and first-time wins for a number of Broadway's brightest are all we're talking about. Take a look at our latest hot shot roundup…

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Half Time, The Honeymooners & More Slated for Paper Mill Playhouse's 2017-2018 Season by Lindsey Sullivan

Paper Mill Playhouse's 2017-2018 will include four new shows. The Broadway-aimed musical Half Time and The Outsider will both have their East Coast premieres; The Sting and The Hone…

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Playwrights on the Theater Frontier by Daaimah Mubashshir & Philip Howze

Daaimah Mubashshir in conversation with fellow playwright Phillip Howze on his play, Frontiéres sans Frontières, at The Bushwick Starr. Playwright Phillip Howze is a name you want to know …

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Kneehigh's 946: THE AMAZING STORY OF ADOLPHUS TIPS to Make New York Debut at St. Ann's Warehouse by BroadwayWorld

St. Ann's Warehouse will welcome back Kneehigh, Cornwall's beloved theatrical alchemists, and their former Co-Artistic Director Emma Rice - now the Artistic Director of Shakespeare's Globe -…

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Whitney Wolfe Flips Dating App World Upside Down by Rino16

Whitney Wolfe is someone that has shown the world that she can change the way that people think about online dating. She has already been named one of the top 30 under 30 in Forbes Magazine,…

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Three Minute Newsies with Josh Burrage | THE TYLER MOUNT VLOG

My boo, Josh Burrage, and I proudly present Newsies: In Three Minutes!SUBSCRIBE TO THE TYLER MOUNT VLOG♦♦♦CONTACT TYLER♦♦♦ONLINE:►Instagram: @TylerG…

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Dead Man Walking at Washington National Opera (review) by Susan Galbraith

The opera Dead Man Walking is a journey of harrowing truth and compelling beauty. If, as Sister Helen Prejean says, “ Grace is waking up to the gospel of encounter,” then Director France…

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Brother Mario brings video game to hilarious life (review) by Kelly McCorkendale

The Mushroom Kingdom is in a tizzy. It’s perennial hero (and everyone’s favorite Italian plumber), Mario, no longer finds satisfaction in running, leaping, and rescuing, in facing his sp…

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First Look at Broadway's Come From Away by Marc J. Franklin

The new musical by Irene Sankoff & David Hein began previews February 18.

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I Interview Playwrights Part 916: Hollis James by Adam Szymkowicz

Hollis James Hometown:  Queens, New YorkCurrent Town:  Manhattan, New YorkQ:  Tell me about KYLE: A:  KYLE is a comedy about addiction, destructive urges and the little …

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Box Office for Broadway’s Indecent Opens Feb. 27 by Andrew Gans

The production will mark the Broadway debut of Paula Vogel.

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Steven Pasquale to Join Jason Robert Brown in Concert by Olivia Clement

The Robber Bridegroom and Bridges of Madison County star will join the Tony-winning composer for his residency at SubCulture.

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Half Time, The Honeymooners Among Paper Mill Playhouse’s New Season by Ryan McPhee

The roster also includes the world premiere of The Sting.

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Get Ready to Fall in Love with the Cast of Significant Other During John Behlmann's Instagram Takeover

John Behlmann took over the BroadwayBox Instagram for a two-show-day at the new hit comedy, Significant Other.

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West Yorkshire Playhouse to host dementia-friendly theatre festival by Tim Bano

West Yorkshire Playhouse will develop a festival that explores living with dementia, after receiving £99,950 from Arts Council England. The Festival of

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Lamphouse Theatre in Peterborough signs up to Equity fringe pay deal by Georgia Snow

Peterborough-based Lamphouse Theatre has become the latest company to sign up to Equity’s fringe pay deal, becoming the first in East Anglia

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Theatre News: Initial dates, venues and casting announced for Gary Barlow's new musical The Band

The musical will be about the lives of five girls told through the music of Take That

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Interviews: 'Sustainable change in diversity starts with decision makers, not with actors.'

Simeilia Hodge-Dallaway, the manager of Artistic Directors of the Future, on her work trying to bring about change

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On…Bunny Actor, Catherine Lamb by Helen McWilliams

Bunny is the story of Katie, a young girl struggling to find where she ‘fits’ into the world. In her own words she is the ‘unfit fitter’.

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CT Arts Day 'Moving Foward' For 2nd Year; Big Red For Arts In 12th Year by Susan Dunne

Connecticut Arts Day, a day set aside to bring together artists, potential investors and policy makers to drive home the importance of the arts in the economy, made its debut last year, with…

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Photo Flash: Come From Away Lands on Broadway in New Production Photos

Tony Award nominee Christopher Ashley directs the musical opening March 12.

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Theater News: Half Time, The Honeymooners, and More on Tap for Paper Mill Playhouse

The New Jersey theater has announced its upcoming season.

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Newsies in 3 Minutes? Watch Josh Burrage and Tyler Mount Seize the Day by Olivia Clement

Check out the second episode of Playbill’s Tyler Mount Vlog.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Stephen Unwin to Direct His Debut Play Set in Nazi Germany by Mark Shenton

All Our Children will premiere at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre in April.

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Steppenwolf adds ensemble member by Chris Jones

Chicago's Steppenwolf Theater has added a new ensemble member: the Chicago-based actor Namir Smallwood is the latest to be given the prestigious nod. Originally from Newark, New Jersey, Sma…

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THE HONEYMOONERS, THE STING, HALF TIME Premieres Headline Paper Mill's 2017-18 Season by BroadwayWorld

Paper Mill Playhouse,recipient of the 2016 Regional Theatre Tony Award, has announced the lineup for its 2017-2018 season with four premieres including one play and four musicals.

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Photo Flash: The Plane Has Landed! First Look at Jenn Colella and More in COME FROM AWAY on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway musical Come From Away is currently in previews at Broadway's Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre and officially opens Sunday, March 12, 2017. BroadwayWorld has a first look at the ca…

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Photo Flash: How'd You Do? Paper Mill's 2017-18 Season Guessing Game Explained by BroadwayWorld

Each year, Paper Mill Playhouse releases five images that tease the titles of productions for the upcoming season. The New Jersey theater just unveiled the answers for their 2017-18 season r…

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Assassins, Bubbly Black Girl & Really Rosie Set for Encores! Off-Center by Lindsey Sullivan

It's time to start planning that summer visit to New York City Center! This year's Encores! Off-Center has lined up Stephen Sondheim and John Weidman's Assassins, Kirsten Childs&…

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Review: ‘Dead Man Walking’ at Washington National Opera by David Friscic

It is certainly a “Dark Night of the Soul” (St. John of the Cross) for Sister Helen Prejean in the contemporary opera Dead Man Walking. A meditative, spiritually resonant study of our co…

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Original Star Peter Straker to Return to THE WHO'S TOMMY at Ramps on the Moon by BroadwayWorld

After playing the Narrator in the original West End production in 1979, Peter Straker returns to the iconic rock opera THE WHO'S TOMMYas the Acid Queen.

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Manhattan’s galleries adjust to a new reality

A saturated art market and rising rents have forced a rethink

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Vienna Philharmonic, Carnegie Hall, New York — a trifle and a warhorse

Franz Welser-Möst conducted a patchy programme with some satisfying Schubert

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John Adams at 70, Barbican, London — wacky sounds and a triumphal finale

A concert that showed the composer in a lighter vein

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Hatsune Miku: Still Be Here, Barbican, London — a hollow hologram

A virtual pop singer with a synthesised voice swished listlessly and sang anodyne R&B

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Joseph Smith joins Elton John’s theatre company as producer by Giverny Masso

Elton John’s theatre company Rocket Stage has appointed Joseph Smith as producer. Smith joins from Greene Light Stage, formerly Old Vic Productions,

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NEWS: Cast & dates set for Miss Nightingale’s London return season by Press Releases

After five UK tours, the original British musical MISS NIGHTINGALE finally enjoys an extended London run six years after a small-scale production of the show was first seen in the capital.…

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Jay Z Will Be Among Producers of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s In the Heights Film by Andrew Gans

The news was revealed at Harvey Weinstein’s pre-Oscars party.

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First Major August Wilson Biography in the Works by Ryan McPhee

Patti Hartigan, who covered many of Wilson's plays as a Boston Globe critic, will pen the book.

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Twelfth Night, National Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Simon Godwin directs this new production of Shakespeare’s comedy, starring Tamsin Greig. But does it win over the critics?

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Photo Flash: Tyne Daly Stars in Dear World With York Theatre Company

Michael Montel directs the musical revival, in performances through March 5.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Theater News: Assassins, Really Rosie, and More Set for Encores! Off-Center Season

Off-Broadway musicals will be revived as part of the yearly series.

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Watch the New Trailer for Beauty and the Beast by Olivia Clement

The trailer for Disney’s live-action remake debuted during the 89th Annual Academy Awards.

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Broadway Heads to Hollywood! Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda, Sara Bareilles & More Perform at the Oscars by Lindsey Sullivan

Broadway's brightest took center stage at this year's Academy Awards! Lin-Manuel Miranda performed his Oscar-nominated Moana tune "How Far I'll Go" with Auli’i Cr…

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Twelfth Night starring Tamsin Greig – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

Glenda Jackson as King Lear? Harriet Walter as Prospero? Michelle Terry as Henry V? And now Tamsin Greig as Malvolio? It’s almost

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What's Playing on Broadway: February 27- March 5 , 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Below, BroadwayWorld brings you this weekly listing of Broadway shows and their show times for the week of February 27- March 5, 2017.

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Theatre Review: ‘The Gin Game’ at Metro Stage by Andrew White

Broadway hits have a mixed record when it comes to longevity.  Some capture the zeitgeist but don’t maintain a strong presence in the repertory in later years; others appeal to New Yorker…

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50th Anniversary Production of Hair to Transfer to London’s Vaults by Mark Shenton

The South Bank venue will be transformed into an immersive venue.

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'Dear World': Theater Review

Tyne Daly plays the leading role in 'Dear World,' a rare semi-staged concert presentation of Jerry Herman's 1969 flop musical. read more

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THOUGHT TO FLESH – Vaults by Laura Kressly

It’s evident that there are great intentions and thorough research behind the piece. It’s also clear that the creators have much skill and experience in making theatre.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)

The Arts on the Stamps of the World — February 27 by Doug Briscoe

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

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The Providence of Neighboring Bodies by Sandi Durell

    by Stuart Miller     The Academy Awards devoted endless hours to the repeated praise of “movie magic,” even though that term often really refers to scientific inn…

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- featuring Lucas Hedges by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Broadway alum Ilana Levine, who makes her entrance onto the podcast stage with her new show Little Known Facts. Ilana's unique brand of celebrity interview, …

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Photos: First look at Danny Huston in Simon McBurney's The Kid Stays in the Picture

Rehearsal pictures have been released for the new piece which opens at the Royal Court next month

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Review: Review: Cinderella (La Cenerentola) (Leeds Grand Theatre and tour)

Ingenious comedy in Opera North's entertaining account of Rossini's opera

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An Interview with Jennifer Ikeda by Victoria Myers

Earlier this season, Jennifer Ikeda made a splash in "Vietgone." Now she's back on the stage of MTC in "Linda." We talked with her about her process, the themes in "Linda," parts for women, …

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, February 27, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Assassins, Bubbly Black Girl, and Really Rosie Set for Encores! Off-Center Season by Andrew Gans

The concert stagings will begin in July at New York City Center.

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"The Homosexuals, Or 'Faggots'" at Merlyn Theatre, Melbourne by Blouin Artinfo

Merlyn Theatre, Melbourne, is presently hosting a show titled ‘The Homosexuals, Or 'Faggots'" that will be staged through March 12.The play satirizes the life of Warren and Kim, who are a …

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Australian Premiere of ‘The Bodyguard’ at Sydney Lyric by Blouin Artinfo

The Australian premiere of the international chartbuster musical titled “The Bodyguard” will take place at the Sydney Lyric theatre. The show will run from April 22 through June 11.“Th…

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BWW Review: SPEECH & DEBATE, Trafalgar Studios by Marianka Swain

The misfits shall inherit the earth. This enjoyably offbeat play from Stephen Karam whose The Humanswon the Tony for Best Play last year opened Off-Broadway a decade ago, but the arrival of …

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Wallace opens Ford’s Theatre’s next season playing Willy Loman by Tim Treanor

  Craig Wallace, who smashed icons as an African-American Ebenezer Scrooge in Ford Theatre’s A Christmas Carol this season, will not only reprise that role next November but help…

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INTERVIEW: Andy Moss Talks About Ghost by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff How exciting is it to be doing Ghost – The Musical? So exciting! I did a few things just after I left college but nothing of note so this is my first treading of the…

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DenMarked review at Battersea Arts Centre, London – ’emotional power’ by Dave Fargnoli

Drawing inspiration equally from hip hop and Hamlet, DenMarked is an intense, confessional autobiography from musician and spoken-word artist Conrad Murray. Often

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Careers Clinic: Should I look for work while training as an actor? by John Byrne

I am in the second year of my three-year drama course and enjoying it very much. We have had the chance to

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Story #1 by Daniel Perks

Yes, it is in many ways the most bizarre opening to a production I’ve ever witnessed. Each time an ad break rolls on, there is the expectation that the clip will stop and the play will beg…

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José Carreras at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper presents a concert by José Carreras on March 19, 2017.Accompanied by the Prague Bohemian Symphony Orchestra under Maestro David Giménez, José Carreras brings a program of great …

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Loreena McKennitt at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper Frankfurt presents Loreena McKennitt on March 20, 2017.Almost three decades ago, the Canadian artist Loreena McKennitt explored the diverse aspects of Celtic music. Seemingly effor…

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‘Dadan’ at BAM, New York by Blouin Artinfo

“Dadan,” a choreographed performance by Kodo, will be staged at the BAM (Brooklyn Academy of Music) in New York from March 1 through March 4, 2017.Directed by the notable Kabuki theater …

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Der Müde Tod at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper Frankfurt presents a screening of the film 'Der Müde Tod' on March 19, 2017.With the most modern cinematic means of the time, Lang revises the old Orpheus myth by telling the stor…

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Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper Frankfurt presents a show by Rundfunk-Sinfonieorchester Berlin on March 15, 2017.The Alte Oper immerses itself in an important decade: the focus is on the 1920s of the past century…

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VIDEO: Wrong Best Picture Winner Announced in History Making Oscar Moment by BroadwayWorld

In a history-making Oscar moment, presenters Warren Beatty and Faye Dunaway erroneously announced that LA LA LAND was the winner ofBest Picture, the evening final prize.

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VIDEO: Check Out New BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Oscars TV Spot by Movies News Desk

Enter a world of enchantment in the new TV spot for Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST which aired during last night's Oscars on ABC

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VIDEO: Viola Davis Pays Tribute to August Wilson in Moving Acceptance Speech by BroadwayWorld

Last night, Viola Davis picked up the Academy Award forBest Supporting Actress for FENCES. Watch her moving acceptance speech below

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‘Diavolo’ at Dallas City Performance Hall by Blouin Artinfo

“Diavolo” will be performing at Dallas City Performance Hall, Texas, on March 10 and March 11, 2017.Led by Artistic Director Jacques Heim, Diavolo is returning to Dallas with their lates…

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Oscars 2017: Best acceptance speeches during the 89th annual Academy Awards by ABC News

Listen to Academy Award winners thank their cast, crew, friends and family during their acceptance speeches during the 89th annual Academy Awards.

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The Capital Dance Orchestra at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper Frankfurt presents a show by The Capital Dance Orchestra on March 12, 2017.For a night of cheer and fantastic dance music, The Capital Dance Orchestra stands out from the rest. For…

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THE ROLLING STONES’ EXHIBITIONISM Individual Tickets Now On Sale by Michael J. Roberts

The Rolling Stones’ first ever major exhibition, Exhibitionism, delivered by DHL, sold out its limited [...]

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Boadway In Chicago Announces New Block of Hamilton Tix on Sale Feb. 28 by Michael J. Roberts

Producer Jeffrey Seller and Broadway In Chicago announced today the addition of 16 more weeks [...]

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Theater Highlights at the Oscars. Week in New York Theater by New York Theater

It was a theater kind of movie night. (List of winners ) The best picture Oscar winner, Moonlight, was based on the play, Moonlight Black Boys Look Blue, by Tarell Alvin McCraney (playwright…

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Off-Beat ‘Love And Human Remains’ Fails In Its Ambition by Bill Hirschman

While Infinite Abyss deserves praise for attempting the abysmal script for Love and Human Remains, they simply cannot force this intentionally bizarre journey rife with explicit sex, nudity,…

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‘Death by Design’ at Richardson Theatre Centre, Texas by Blouin Artinfo

“Death by Design,” a comedy, is going to be performed at Richardson Theatre Centre from March 17 through April 2, 2017.Written by Rob Urbanati and directed by Rachael Lindley, “Dead by…

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The Suffocating Truth review at Asylum, London – ‘crassly self-indulgent’ by Anna Winter

In 2013, Canadian dancer Lukas McFarlane won Sky TV’s talent show Got to Dance. Then aged 20, he wowed the judges with

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‘Madeleine Peyroux & Rickie Lee Jones’ to perform at The Wilbur, Boston by Blouin Artinfo

“Madeleine Peyroux & Rickie Lee Jones” will be performing at The Wilbur, Boston, on March 2, 2017.Madeliene Peyroux, who is often compared to Billy Holiday, has recently announced th…

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In the Machine – Dolphins and Sharks by Sandi Durell

  By Marcina Zaccaria     Machines matter in Dolphins and Sharks, the latest offering from Playwright James Anthony Tyler, produced by Labyrinth Theater Company.    …

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City Center Summer Series Features ‘Assassins’ and ‘Really Rosie’ by Michael Paulson

The musicals “Assassins,” “The Bubbly Black Girl Sheds Her Chameleon Skin” and “Really Rosie” will be performed during the Encores! Off-Center season.

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The Truth Is Hard by The New York Times

The New York Times has a new marketing campaign: "The truth is more important now than ever."

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Herbert Pixner Projekt at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper Frankfurt presents a show by the talented Herbert Pixner Project on March 11, 2017.Herbert Pixner succeeds again and again to create and beautifully develop a completely distinctiv…

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Rufus Norris: 'We are living in an age of extreme selfishness' by Amelia Gentleman

Shocked by the Brexit vote, the director of the National Theatre embarked on an ambitious countrywide listening project. Rufus Norris explains how everyone from shepherds to shop workers sha…

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Review: Testament, VAULT Festival by Tal Fox

In a simplistic church setting, four chairs and a giant luminous cross at the back, Tristan Bernay’s Testament is an “exploration of the dark underside of The Greatest Story Ever Told.…

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On…actor/playwright Matthew Seager by Helen McWilliams

Matthew (who wrote the play and stars in the role of Arthur) gave an exclusive interview to Break A Leg, here’s what he has to say about this new piece of writing that is set to take The H…

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

La Boheme review at Churchill Theatre, Bromley – ‘high-quality singing’ by Graham Rogers

Ellen Kent has been touring opera throughout the UK and Ireland for 25 years, and shows no sign of diminished passion for

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V&A to offer theatre archive research course by Georgia Snow

The Victoria and Albert Museum and Royal College of Art are launching a new performing arts-led archive course based at the V&A’s theatre collections. Called the

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Photos: In pics: Anthony Head, Helen George and cast rehearse Love in Idleness

Trevor Nunn's production opens at the Menier Chocolate Factory in March

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Photo Flash: PLASTIC to Open at Theatre Royal Bath's Ustinov Studio Next Month by BroadwayWorld

Production images have today been released forMarius von Mayenburg'sPlasticwhich will run at Theatre Royal Bath's Ustinov Studio untilSaturday 25 March, and BroadwayWorld brings them to you …

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Llion Williams records historic double win at Wales Theatre Awards by Giverny Masso

Actor Llion Williams has become the first person to win both English and Welsh language performance prizes at the Wales Theatre Awards.

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Poll: Which is more important for a successful career in theatre, ability or contacts? by The Stage

Last week in his column for The Stage, West End Producer tackled the question of whether ability or contacts are are more

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Chigger Foot Boys review at Tara Theatre, London – ‘richly textured’ by Paul Vale

In writing Chigger Foot Boys, author Patricia Cumper wanted to pay tribute to the African and Caribbean soldiers who lost their lives

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Soho Theatre's Upcoming Season Offers Hope for Young Hearts and Old Souls by BroadwayWorld

As the world tries to adjust to its new order and the new reality of post-fake-truth-news politics, Soho Theatre's spring and summer programme offers some hope for young hearts and old souls…

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Speech and Debate review at Trafalgar Studios, London – ‘pertinent, hilarious, affecting’ by Julia Rank

A starry cast enlivens the UK premiere of Stephen Karam’s one-act dark comedy. While a film version of Speech and Debate is

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UPCOMING: Cases at The Phoenix Artists Club by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Cases Phoenix Artist Club Sunday 12th February 2017 A new work by the breathtakingly talented Dominic Powell (who is barely into his third decade) is always a cause for celeb…

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Patti Hartigan to Write First Major August Wilson Biography by BroadwayWorld

Former Boston Globe theatre critic Patti Hartigan has been signed on to write the first major biography of late playwright August Wilson. According to the New York Times, Hartigan will be wo…

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Start Your Career As You Mean to Go On by Susan Elkin

Ross, 21 who comes from Belfast, teamed up with fellow students Tom Berkeley, Alex Coppola and Jessica Alade after they all began training on GSA’s Acting course. By Christmas 2014 they’…

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BWW's On This Day - February 27, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 27 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Review: The Cherry Orchard, Arcola Theatre by Dan Rubins

What is The Cherry Orchard? In 1903, Anton Chekhov responded vehemently to Stanislavski’s directorial interpretation of the play as a tragedy, asserting that, “what has emerged from me i…

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National Theatre, Citizens Theatre, and More Collaborate to Present MY COUNTRY; A WORK IN PROGRESS by BroadwayWorld

The National Theatre has collaborated for the first time with the Citizens Theatre to create a new play inspired by the recent EU Referendum. The views of people from across the UK, includin…

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Theatre News: Exclusive: Full cast of Tommy to include Peter Straker

The actor starred in the original West End production of Tommy in 1979

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THE MONOLOGUES OF A TIRED NURSE – Baron’s Court by Daniel Perks

The Monologues Of A Tired Nurse, written by Stephanie Silver, is a stark observation of the conditions that NHS staff face every day. On the ITU ward, the pressure is more intense, the stake…

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Monday, February 27, 2017 by James Marino

Listen: A Busy Week of Theatre, Sienna Miller to Lead West End “Cat on a Hot Tin Roof,” and Claire Danes and Jim Parsons to Star in “A Kid Like Jake” Film! “Tod…

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Review: The Sorrows of Satan, Tristan Bates Theatre by Tal Fox

Set in a swanky London flat where the colour scheme seems to be black and grey with a hint of orange, poor and obscure playwright Geoffrey Tempest sets about rehearsing his play. It turns ou…

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Let It Shine Episode 8: The winning band is announced by Paul Vale

After eight weeks of rather convoluted heats and eliminations and an even more erratic guest judge line-up, the BBC’s Let It Shine

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Away – Sydney Opera House by Bec Caton

The word ‘classic’ is often used to describe texts that have stood the test of time. Shakespeare is probably the reigning definitive of the term, but Henrik Ibsen, Arthur Miller and othe…

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How to produce a show in a prison by Paul Hoggart

It may not be the first career path that springs to mind, but for production teams who can work with bureaucratic obstacles,

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Review: Review: Lizzie (Greenwich Theatre)

Based on a true story, rock musical Lizzie gets its UK premiere following a run in Denmark

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Theatre News: Kneehigh announces new season

The Cornwall-based touring theatre company will run a new show and bring back two productions

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Sheridan Smith triumphs in Funny Girl – review at Palace Theatre, Manchester by Mark Shenton

Michael Mayer’s first major revival of the 1964 Broadway musical Funny Girl, premiered at the 150-seater Menier Chocolate Factory in London in

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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On…Actor-turned-director Nigel Harman by Helen McWilliams

Nigel Harman has become a familiar name and face following his popular appearance in EastEnders as Dennis, the Son of Dirty Den. Since then he has gone on to appear on stage and screen as we…

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The Green Room: Have you ever considered giving up acting? by Thomas Hescott

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… Albert

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

A snafu for the ages tops Oscar’s notable moments by Jocelyn Noveck | ap

Let’s hope they all just went out and had a stiff drink together and laughed about it.

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Celebrating Women At Ovalhouse Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Perfectly Imperfect Women has been developed by multi-award-winning storyteller Danyah Miller as part of the Ovalhouse Spring Season to celebrate International Women’s …

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Review: Review: Speech and Debate (Trafalgar Studios 2)

Stephen Karam's play about three teenagers caught in a sex scandal makes its European premiere

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Response to Daily Telegraph critic Dominic Cavendish: You are the thought police by Laura Kressly

Dominic Cavendish can rest assured: he will not lose the opportunity to see his favourite (white) male actors in leading Shakespearean roles.

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

PwC apologises for best picture mix-up at Oscars

‘Moonlight’ takes top prize after Academy Award mistakenly handed to ‘La La Land’

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Diamonds are for Trevor by Arts Review

Celebrating Shirley Bassey’s 80th birthday, Trevor Ashley brings back his acclaimed two-act show, Diamonds are for Trevor for one Gala evening on Thursday 2 March 2017 in the Concert Hall…

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Tricycle Theatre gifts entire auditorium to Kent school by Georgia Snow

The Tricycle Theatre’s former auditorium and stage is to be given in its entirety to a school in Kent. Last year, The

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Yes, We Need To Change The Theater Experience by Ceci Dadisman

If you have not yet read Terry Teachout’s recent article in the Wall Street Journal about the California Symphony’s new efforts to bring in millennials, you must read it immedia…

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Craig Bary by Arts Review

Who is Craig Bary? Craig Bary is an independent choreographer, dancer and teacher. Originally from New Zealand, he has worked in Australia for 18 years. Craig has worked for many of Australi…

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Plan your week's theatre: top tickets by Lyn Gardner

The National Theatre’s My Country delivers a verbatim verdict on Brexit and Duncan Macmillan adapts Auster’s City of Glass in ManchesterLittle Bulb’s all-singing Wail, which is about w…

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Emma Stone wins best-actress Oscar for ‘La La Land’ by Beth Harris | ap

Emma Stone sang and danced her way to a best-actress Oscar for “La La Land,” elevating the once struggling actress with roots in community theater to the heights of Hollywood.

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Barbu by Arts Review

Four beefy, bearded blokes, two apparently boneless women and three talented multi- instrumentalists make up the cast of this quirky, clever ‘nouveau cirque’ show. Between them, …

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David Toole: ‘It’s still difficult to get serious training for disabled arts’ by Georgia Snow

Disabled performer David Toole has been dancing for 25 years, after quitting his job as a postman to turn professional. He tells

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Tanya Holt: 5 tips for self-producing by Susan Elkin

Tanya Holt’s one woman show Cautionary Tales for Daughters toured last year and completed a run at Jermyn Street Theatre in January.

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Mark Shenton’s week: Who’s telling the truth about Half a Sixpence casting? by Mark Shenton

I’ve previously addressed the ongoing debate on the all-white casting of Half a Sixpence, in which I cited the show’s book writer

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

The play that goes so wrong that it’s right by Anne-Marie Peard

The Cornley Polytechnic Drama Society present The Murder at Haversham Manor. It goes wrong. Very wrong. So wrong that it’s totally right. The Play That Goes Wrong by Mischief Theatr…

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BWW Morning Brief February 27th, 2017 - WAKEY, WAKEY, THE PENITENT, Roundabout Gala and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news Will Eno's WAKEY, WAKEY opens at Signature Theatre, David Mamet's THE PENITENT bows at the Atlantic, and Roundabout Theatre Company hosts its sta…

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And the Winner Is...Broadway! Pasek & Paul, Emma Stone, Viola Davis & More Win Big at the Oscars by Lindsey Sullivan

The Oscars may be Hollywood's biggest night, but Broadway's best came to Los Angeles to play on February 26...and win. This year was a great one for musical theater nerds everywhere,…

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More than 60 artists from over 30 countries announced for NGV Triennial by Arts Review

An unprecedented and large-scale global exhibition of art, design and architecture will be showcased in the inaugural NGV Triennial opening on 15 December 2017. The National Gallery of Victo…

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Creating a Rehearsal Schedule by Kerry Hishon

Creating a rehearsal schedule can be a daunting task, but it is absolutely necessary for your production. Staff and students (both actors and crew members) must know the schedule expectation…

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Filling Liam Neeson’s Shoes for “Taken” Series by Young Hollywood

Filling Liam Neeson’s Shoes for “Taken” Series The dashing Clive Standen trades in his long locks and Viking shield for a haircut and a gun as he steps into the role of Bryan Mills, ma…

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Monday, February 27, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

3 Floor Maintenance Tips to Save You Time and Money by Admin

With all the traffic and classes going on, it’s a wonder that dance floor maintenance isn’t a full-time job. In some cases, it is! In spite of a great amount of time and materials, it is…

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Film News: Viola Davis, Benj Pasek, Justin Paul, and More Take Home 2017 Oscars

Playwrights Kenneth Lonergan and Tarell Alvin McCraney also received Academy Awards for their achievements in cinema.

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Viola Davis, Emma Stone, Benj Pasek, and Justin Paul Become Oscar Winners by Michael Gioia

The 89th Annual Academy Awards were handed out February 26 in Los Angeles.

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Tarell Alvin McCraney: 'I didn't know what "faggot" meant. I found out quickly' by Tom Lamont

Tarell Alvin McCraney's plays have seen him feted here and in America. And now he's turning his writer's eye on London lifeIn a room on the top floor of a rehearsal studio in south London, w…

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Kate Baldwin and Santino Fontana to Co-Star in Goodbye Girl Concerts by Robert Viagas

The Marvin Hamlisch-David Zippel score will be sung at 54 Below.

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Benj Pasek and Justin Paul Win Oscar for LA LA LAND's 'City of Stars' by BroadwayWorld

The memorable original song 'City of Stars' from the musically themed film LA LA LAND has won the Golden Globe Award for Best Original Song

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VIDEO: Seth Rogen Performs HAMILTON's 'Schuyler Sisters' on Oscars by BroadwayWorld

Seth Rogen and Michael J. Fox took the stage to present at tonight's Academy Awards. During the appearance, Rogen had the opportunity to complete his bucket list by performing HAMILTON's'The…

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VIDEO: Sara Bareilles Performs OSCARS 'In Memoriam' Tribute by BroadwayWorld

WAITRESS composer and soon-to-be starSara Bareilles performed 'Both Sides Now' forthe 'In Memoriam' segment oftonight's THE ACADEMY AWARDS.

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MANCHESTER BY THE SEA's Kenneth Lonergan Wins Oscar for Best Original Screenplay by BroadwayWorld

Kenneth Lonergan has won the 2017 Academy Award for Best Screenplay for MANCHESTER BY THE SEA.

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VIDEO: John Legend Performs Pasek & Paul's Oscar Nominated Songs from LA LA LAND by BroadwayWorld

John Legend performed the Oscar nominated songs 'Audition The Fools Who Dream' and 'City of Stars,' from LA LA LAND, featuring music by Justin Hurwitz and lyrics by Tony-nominated composers …

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LA LA LAND's Emma Stone Wins Academy Award for Best Actress by BroadwayWorld

Emma Stonehas won the AcademyAward for Best Actress, for her role of Mia inDamien Chazelle's LA LA LAND.

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 2/25-2/26/2017

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Sunday, February 26, 2017 - Sunday, February 26, 2017.

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Review: The Wolf at the End of the Block (Teatro Vista) by Catey Sullivan

Teatro Vista's world premiere by Ike Holter's never comes out and identifies just who the real wolf is, and that is to the play’scredit. It could be any of us. And that’s what helps make…

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La Mama: The Fever by Anne-Marie Peard

In a hotel room in a third-world country, an unnamed person recounts a story of the fever he suffers from – and he’s not talking about the illness that has him sweaty and vomiting. Writt…

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Oscars: ‘La La Land’s ‘City Of Stars’ Wins Best Song; No EGOT (This Year) For Lin-Manuel Miranda by Jeremy Gerard

Justin Hurwitz, Benj Pasek and Justin Paul denied Hamilton creator Lin-Manuel Miranda the first – though undoubtedly not his last – opportunity to sweep the awards quartet known …

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Sukiyaki: from Japanese pop to Snoop Dogg

It remains the only Japanese song to have topped America’s Billboard Hot 100 chart

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World Premiere of David Mamet’s The Penitent Opens by Olivia Clement

The Off-Broadway engagement opens at the Atlantic Theater Company.

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Jen Silverman’s The Moors Debuts Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The dark comedy, presented by the Playwrights Realm, is inspired by the lives of the Brontë sisters.

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Off-Broadway Week Begins Feb. 27 by Olivia Clement

45 shows are participating in the discount initiative, which offers 2-for-1 tickets.

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Will Eno’s Wakey, Wakey Opens Feb. 27 by Olivia Clement

January LaVoy and Michael Emerson star in the world-premiere staging at the Signature Theatre Off-Broadway.

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Why You Need to Know the Name Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins by Harry Haun

The playwright and Pulitzer Prize finalist turns in another singular work with his new play, Everybody.

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What Does a Stripped Down Into the Woods Look Like? by Sheryl Flatow

With no narrator, no orchestra, and minimal design, critics call the touring production a revelation.

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Tony winner 'The Humans' leads fresh, bold season at Pittsburgh Public Theater by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The 2016 Tony Award-winning play “The Humans” and new play “Heisenberg” set the pace for a 2017-18 season at Pittsburgh Public Theater that boosts the company’s reputation for orig…

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Why You Need to Know the Name Branden Jacobs-Jenkins by Harry Haun

The playwright and Pulitzer Prize finalist turns in another singular work with his new play, Everybody.

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American School For The Deaf Marks 200 Years With Cuatro Puntos Concerts by Christopher Arnott

Great music has been written by deaf people, including Ludwig van Beethoven. Great music is also being written for deaf people. Cuatro Puntos, an innovative Hartford-based classical music en…

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