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Saturday, June 24, 2017

Interviews: Camille A. Brown Tramples Stereotypes in Kirsten Childs's New Musical

The choreographer takes on racism, sexism, and more in Bella: An American Tall Tale as she looks ahead to Broadway.

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Friday, June 23, 2017

Review: Afterglow

A new play about polyamory takes on the complications that can arise with three men and a baby.

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Photo Flash: Laura Osnes, Corey Cott, and Cast of Bandstand Sign Original Cast Recording

The new musical is preserved on Broadway Records.

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Photo Flash: All-Female Julius Caesar Releases New Photos

Katie Young directs the production, conceived by Alyssa May Gold.

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Theater News: World Premiere Downstairs Begins Performances at Dorset Playhouse

Tyne Daly and Tim Daly star as brother and sister in the play.

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Theater News: The Kilroys Feature Female Writers of Color on The List 2017

The L.A. collective fights for parity by promoting underproduced works.

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Theater News: Waitress to Partner With Dessert Hot Spots for Summer Sweets Promotion

A sweet tooth may be your ticket to Broadway this summer.

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Photo Flash: Aladdin Welcomes Telly Leung to Cast

The In Transit actor joined the cast June 13.

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Theater News: Actors' Shakespeare Project Names a New Artistic Director

Christopher V. Edwards will step into the position this coming August.

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Justin Adams ft. Anneli Drecker: Ribbons — ‘ambient drones bend time’

Neil Young-sounding project splices together the guitar vamps with which Tuareg songs open and close

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12 Sensational “As If We Never Said Goodbye” Performances For Sunset Bouleavard’s Final Weekend on Broadway

Watch a dozen killer performers take on this soaring Andrew Lloyd Webber standard.

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Theater News: School of Rock Announces a New Class of Rockers

The musical's original guitar prodigy Brandon Niederauer departs the Broadway cast.

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Present Laughter Breakout Star Tedra Millan Stuns as a Modern, Young Cher in Moonstruck

Present Laughter and The Wolves' Tedra Millan recreates Cher's Oscar-winning turn in Moonstruck.

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Features: A Week in the Life: Hir's Arthur Darvill

Currently appearing in Hir at the Bush, Darvill shows us what goes on backstage

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20 Questions in 2 Minutes with Waitress Star Betsy Wolfe

Watch as Betsy Wolfe takes on questions about joining Waitress on Broadway, the Sondheim role she wants to play in 20 years, and an Everyday Rapture memory that still makes her laugh.

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WATCH: The Broadway Cast - Episode 1 Video Extras

Take a behind-the-scenes look at Playbill's new podcast, The Broadway Cast.

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Upcoming auctions in London

From modern art to antiquities, collectors have plenty to choose from

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Snapshot: Urban Riders by Mohamed Bourouissa

Many of the subjects seem almost dislocated in time and space

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Lorde: Melodrama — ‘big-budget pop’

Album lasts a trim 11 tracks, each linked by shared imagery and sung by the New Zealander with husky intensity

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Kraftwerk, Royal Albert Hall — ‘a stirringly emotional experience’

This show seemed to yearn for an analogue age, a simpler, perhaps more hopeful world

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Imagine Dragons: Evolve — ‘massive pop-rock framework’

Singer Dan Reynolds indulges his fantasies of suffering and reward amid catchy but bombastic music

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Algiers: The Underside of Power — ‘a fierce yowl of outrage’

Album combines abrasively claustrophobic beats, defiant squalls of rock ‘n’ soul and brooding electronic music

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Handel: Ottone — ‘elegantly played’

Countertenor Max Emanuel Cencic is emotionally involving and Lauren Snouffer sings with exceptional grace

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Heitor Villa-Lobos: Symphonies Nos. 8, 9 and 11 — ‘colour and energy’

The São Paolo Symphony’s playing under Isaac Karabtchevsky sizzles with Latin American pizzazz

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Britten Oboe Quartet: A Tribute to Janet — ‘expertly played music’

Nicholas Daniel’s tribute to his ‘beloved teacher’ is just an excuse for an hour of delightful and varied music

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Steve Coleman’s Natal Eclipse: Morphogenesis — ‘rhythmic thrust remains’

Greg Chudzik’s bass provides support while clarinet, violin and percussion add contemporary classical textures

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Vince Staples: Big Fish Theory — ‘forward-thinking music’

The Californian rapper’s album features chopped-up electronic pop and guest verses from Kendrick Lamar

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Podcast: The Pitch — a focus on ideas

Business propositions are assessed in a series that’s gentler than its TV counterparts

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DVD: Trespass Against Us — ‘strong performances’

Michael Fassbender stars in a crime thriller that is at its heart a study in family power dynamics

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DVD: Certain Women — ‘warming slow-burn’

The four women in this triptych of vignettes are specific, well-defined and all the more fascinating for it

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Gypsy, Netflix — doubles and deception

The usual show about middle-class privilege tempted by the wild side but there are hints that something more intriguing may develop

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