Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Biber's Mystery Sonatas by Thomas Garvey

The talented Christina Day Martinson.We're so accustomed these days to what is essentially an academic approach to sacred music that we almost seem to have forgotten a central question about…

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Fuse Book Review: “Three Weeks in December” Lingers in the Mind by Roberta Silman

Some fiction can, literally, have the smell of too much research. And so, although I admire the ambition and scope of Audrey Schulman’s new novel, "Three Weeks in December," I also feel th…

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Harbourfront Centre’s WorldStage Festival: Everything Under the Moon by Murray Whyte

Let’s get something straight, Shary Boyle says. “I hate the term ‘whimsical,’” she scowls, warming her hands around a big white mug of coffee in her Toronto kitchen recently.

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‘CQ/CX’ dramatizes Jayson Blair scandal at NY Times  by Joe Dziemianowicz

The title of Gabe McKinley’s new play “CQ/CX” looks like the makings of a lousy Scrabble hand. It’s actually newspaper lingo related to fact-checking and that looms large in…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Extra! Young Triple-Threats Storm Broadway

With 15 young talents who can act, sing and dance, the forthcoming 'Newsies' musical should expand Broadway's pool of future leading men capable of double turns.

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Citi Pond hosts NUNS ON ICE with SISTER ACT on Thursday Feb. 16 by BroadwayWorld

Citi Pond at Bryant Park, Broadway's SISTER ACT amp God's Love We Deliver host Nuns On Ice, Feb.16th from 530 p.m. to 630 p.m. The first 100 people to rent skates during the event will recei…

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IDOL WATCH: Hollywood Week Continues - Fainting, Fighting and Forgetting Lyrics by Kelsey Denette

This week on AMERICAN IDOL, the 185 remaining contestants are to be whittled down with both group numbers and solo performances. As the groups prepare to perform, some singers oversleep whil…

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Confirmed: Meryl Streep And Julia Roberts Cast In AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY by BroadwayWorld

It's official. According to Deadline Hollywood, Meryl Streep will play Violet Weston and Julia Roberts will play Weston's adult daughter, Barbara, in the film version of the Tony Award-winni…

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CQ/CX - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

"It's many things — informative, well directed (by David Leveaux), well designed, and reasonably well acted — but exciting it is not."

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Theater Review: ‘CQ/CX’ by Gabe McKinley at Peter Norton Space by Frank Rizzo

“CQ/CX” by Gabe McKinley traces the Jayson Blair scandal at The New York Times.

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Review: CQ/CX by Dan Bacalzo

Gabe McKinley's play, inspired by the plagiarism scandal surrounding New York Times reporter Jayson Blair, only partially taps into the story's dramatic potential.

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Review: Poetic License by Chris Kompanek

Jack Canfora's taut tale of family deceit receives an exemplary production.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Bay Area Theater Review: BODY AWARENESS (Aurora Theatre in Berkeley) by Tony Frankel

PLAYWRIGHT AWARENESS With three produced plays under her belt, Annie Baker is quickly becoming THE playwright to watch in the American Theatrical landscape. Her first play, Body Awareness (o…

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Steven Pasquale Cast in NBC Medical Drama, DO NOT HARM by BroadwayWorld

NBC has cast Steven Pasquale in its latest medical drama, Do Not Harm, in which Pasquale will play a neurosurgeon with an alter-ego that makes both his work and his personal lives difficult.

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MDQ Rocks Memphis - Blue Suede Shoes by Million Dollar Quartet

MDQ Rocks Memphis - Blue Suede Shoes The touring cast of "Million Dollar Quartet" performs "Blue Suede Shoes" at the Museum of Rock and Soul in Memphis, TN. From: millio…

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Review: Merrily We Roll Along Rocks by The Mick

When the curtain fell on the Encores! production of Merrily We Roll Along—playing at City Center until Sunday—I actually started crying. No, not during the final, touching, hopeful scen…

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The Joffrey legacy, now on celluloid

Bob Hercules didn’t set out to become the Ken Burns of the American dance world. But for the last three years, the Chicago-based documentary film writer and director has turned his focus o…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater review: 'If We Are Women' at the Lonny Chapman Theatre by F. Kathleen Foley

Veteran playwright Joanna McClelland Glass is one of those proven practitioners whose dramaturgical credentials are well established.Veteran playwright Joanna McClelland Glass is one of thos…

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PHOTO CALL: A First Look at Shatner's World: We Just Live in It on Broadway by Krissie Fullerton

Shatner's World: We Just Live in It, featuring Emmy-winning actor William Shatner, officially opens at Broadway's Music Box Theatre Feb. 16 at 8 PM following previews that began Feb.…

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Megan Hilty - "Let Me Be Your Star" [Live @ New Year´s Eve with Carson Daly] by Sophia B. Puentes

Megan Hilty - "Let Me Be Your Star" [Live @ New Year´s Eve with Carson Daly] Broadway actress Megan Hilty, one of the stars of the NBC hit show SMASH, fights the freezing we…

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PHOTO CALL: Bernadette Peters is in the House for Blonde Ambition Broadway Barks Concert, With Hunter Ryan Herdlicka by Krissie Fullerton

Blonde Ambition, a one-night-only concert featuring some of "Young Broadway’s favorite blondes," featuring Hunter Ryan Herdlicka and Ryah Nixon and more, was held Feb. 6 at t…

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Singin' in the Rain, Palace Theatre by Sheila Johnston

Who’d have thought that a long-gone turning point in the story of cinema would be the high-concept theme of the 2011/2012 season? Hard on the heels of The Artist, the lauded silent movie, …

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Theater review: 'Buddha -- A Fantastic Journey' at Bootleg Theater by Charles McNulty

"Buddha -- A Fantastic Journey" borrows the ancient spiritual leader's own words to trace the progression of his life and philosophy."Buddha -- A Fantastic Journey" borrows the ancient spiri…

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Yakking About Architecture by Sam Hurwitt

THEATER REVIEW: SAN FRANCISCO Higher, American Conservatory Theater. By Sam Hurwitt American Conservatory Theater doesn’t do new plays all the time, but it likes to throw the occasional wo…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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Theater review: 'If We Are Women' at the Lonny Chapman Theatre by Kathy Foley

F. Kathleen Foley reviews 'If We Are Women' at the Lonny Chapman Theatre.

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Five reasons why I heart ‘Smash’ (so far) by Bob Bullen

Let’s pause this Chicago theatre discussion for something much more important and topical. I’m one of those people who goes around saying snobby things like, “I don’t…

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FRIGID Interview - Cameron J. Marcotte of "'Til Love Do Us Part" by Byrne Harrison

By Byrne Harrison Cameron J. Marcotte’s principle concern in creating theatre is the “here and now.” To him, theatre must have an immediate and truthful impact on the audience and the…

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Classic screwball comedy – “Twentieth Century” at Sierra Madre Playhouse by Pauline Adamek

Now playing at the Sierra Madre Playhouse is a very funny play featuring a great cast and a superb set (designed by Adam Smith). Twentieth Century, by Ben Hecht and Charles MacArthur (adapte…

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Dance Moms - Season 2 Episode 6 - Wardrobe Malfunction - Todrick Hall Recap by DanceOn

Dance Moms - Season 2 Episode 6 - Wardrobe Malfunction - Todrick Hall Recap Dance Moms Season 2 Episode 6 - "Wardrobe Malfunction" In this episode of FYI, Todrick Hall recaps ever…

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The Guide — Theater Listings 02.17.12

OPENING ALWAYS... PATSY CLINE. Theatre at the Center presents the musical based on the true story of country legend Patsy Cline and her most devoted fan. Directed by Brian Russell. Preview F…

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Jim Stanek and George Morfogen to Join FREUD'S LAST SESSION, 3/16 by BroadwayWorld

On Friday, March 16th, George Morfogen and Jim Stanek are set to join the cast of Off-Broadway’s award-winning hit FREUD’S LAST SESSION as Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis respectively. Ori…

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‘White City’ ballet chronicled in documentary

When I named “The White City: The Columbian Exposition of 1893,” the best dance event of 2011, I had every expectation that this 50-minute multimedia story ballet — co-choreographed by…

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Mike Daisey’s ‘Agony and Ecstasy of Steve Jobs’ to make D.C. comeback by Peter Marks

Mike Daisey says that though he’s never spoken officially to the company whose labor practices he lambastes in his hit one-man show “The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs,” he hears …

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Women’s friendship the core of ‘Always... Patsy Cline’ at Theater at the Center

In the town of Winchester in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, there is a gravestone that probably says it best: “Death Cannot Kill What Never Dies: Love.” It is a tribute marker to the la…

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Full Casting Announced for U.K. Production of Gypsy at Leicester Curve; Caroline O'Connor Is Rose by Mark Shenton

Full casting has been announced for a new U.K. regional production of Gypsy at Leicester Curve that begins performances March 10, prior to an official opening March 15, for a run through Apr…

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Maltilda may be on her way to Broadway

The RSC is considering taking its hit musical Matilda to Broadway.

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Mad, bad and delightful to know: How Lord Byron became a cultural superstar

Riots and protests by the disaffected poor, with the looming spectre of "mob rule", have often troubled MPs and lords at Westminster. No lawmaker, though, has ever raised his voice on behalf…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Adam Garcia to Star in New Production of Kiss Me, Kate at U.K.'s Chichester Festival Theatre in June by Mark Shenton

Adam Garcia is to return to the U.K. theatrical stage to star as Bill Calhoun/Lucentio in the new production of Cole Porter's Kiss Me, Kate, beginning performances at Chichester Festival…

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Theater review: 'Buddha -- A Fantastic Journey' at Bootleg Theater by Charles McNulty

"Buddha -- A Fantastic Journey," Evan Brenner's solo performance show, opens at Bootleg Theater.

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Caldwell Theatre’s Bank Files Foreclosure Complaint; Does Not Want To Shut Down Theater by Bill Hirschman

The bank holding the mortgages on the Caldwell Theatre Company’s building has filed a foreclosure complaint and asked the Palm Beach County Circuit Court to appoint a receiver to manage th…

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STAGE TUBE: Nick Jonas on Staying Healthy for Broadway by Stage Tube

Before he was the object of teen crushes as one-third of The Jonas Brothers, Nick Jonas was a working child star on Broadway. He has now returned to his stage roots as the lead in the Broadw…

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HBO Buys New Broadway-Themed Series- 44TH STREET by BroadwayWorld

According to Deadline.com, HBO has jumped on the Broadway bandwagon and recently bought a new theatre-themed comedy series titled '44th Street.' Created by NewsRadio's Paul Simms, the series…

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Spotlight On...Alex Draper by Michael Block

Name: Alex DraperHometown(s): Middlebury, VT; Charlottesville, VAEducation: BA, Middlebury; MFA, YaleSelect Credits: A Map of Virtue (13P); Lovesong of the Electric Bear, Scenes From an Exec…

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Theater review: 'Mine' at the Elephant Lab Theatre by Margaret Gray

A beautiful young writer is torn between two lovers: the steady, dull provider and the flighty soul mate. Anais Nin, right?A beautiful young writer is torn between two lovers: the steady, du…

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Everett arts center revitalizes downtown, artists

The city of Everett's new art center, open since April of last year, offers workshops, demonstrations, a gallery and affordable housing for artists.

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Photo Coverage: JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR Meets the Press; Paul Nolan, Josh Young, Chilina Kennedy & More! by Walter McBride

The Stratford Shakespeare Festival's hit production of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR, directed by 2-time Tony Award winner Des McAnuff, opens March 22, 2012 previ…

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SISTER ACT: Along For The Ride by Sister Act

SISTER ACT: Along For The Ride Television commercial for SISTER ACT, the smash-hit Broadway musical. Visit http://www.sisteractbroadway.com From: SisterActBroadway Views: 5 0 ratings T…

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Carol Burnett applauds funny girls past and present by Marsha Lederman

Prior to her appearance at Vancouver ComedyFest later this week, the comedian remembers when network comedy was ‘a guy’s thing’

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Two actors perform Harry Potter saga in 70 minutes by Martin Morrow

Potted Potter makes great introduction to J.K. Rowling’s magical world

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Zoe Kazan, Michael Stahl-David To Star in In Your Eyes Film by Dan Bacalzo

Stage veterans Zoe Kazan and Michael Stahl-David will star in the film, In Your Eyes, according to Deadline.com. Joss Whedon has penned the screenplay, which is described as "a metaphy…

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Jason Moran Repays It Forward by J. R. Carroll

From James P. Johnson to Thelonious Monk to Jason Moran, inspired mentors carry the past into the future.

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Photo Flash: Costume Sketches from Goodspeed's MAME! by BroadwayWorld

Goodspeed Musicals will soon feature Tony Award nominee Louise Pitre, in the coveted role of Mame Dennis in Mame at the Goodspeed Opera House beginning April 20th, and she will be well-dress…

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The Afternoon Report, Wednesday, February 15, 2012 by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Brought to you by Boneau/Bryan-Brown Wednesday, February 15, 2012 Today’s Tweets from BBB Follow us on Twitter – http://twitter.com/BBBway Click on any hyperlinked  item for more in…

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HBO Buys New Broadway-Themed Comedy 44th Street by Broadway.com

HBO has bought 44th Street, a new Broadway-themed TV comedy by Paul Simms (NewsRadio), according to Deadline.com. Broadway was also the inspiration for the rejected 2010 HBO p…

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HBO Buys New Broadway-Themed Comedy 44th Street by Broadway.com

HBO has bought 44th Street, a new Broadway-themed TV comedy by Paul Simms (NewsRadio), according to Deadline.com. Broadway was also the site of the rejected 2010 HBO pilot&nbs…

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Mario Cantone, Cady Huffman Set for Celebrity Autobiography in Boston by Dan Bacalzo

The Lyric Stage Company of Boston, in association with Angelo Fraboni, Peter Martin, Rick Newman, Eugene Pack, and Dayle Reyfel, will present Celebrity Autobiography on Monday, February 27, …

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Savion Glover to Perform Sole Sanctuary at Washington, DC's Warner Theatre by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award winner Savion Glover will bring his evening of dance and music SoLe SANCTUARY: A hoofer’s meditation on the art of tap to Washington, DC's Warner Theatre March 30-31.

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It's 'Shatner's World,' all by himself

'SHATNER'S WORLD: WE JUST LIVE IN IT'

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Theater Review: ‘Tokio Confidential,’ a Musical, at Atlantic Stage 2 by Eric Grode

“Tokio Confidential” at Atlantic Stage 2 is a comically lurid tale that bases several characters’ names on those in James’s “Portrait of a Lady.”

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The dark art of the slag by Alison Croggon

In today's Age, critic Cameron Woodhead buys into the recent controversy around Shit on Your Play. For once, a sensible, informed piece about theatre blogging in the mainstream press. As he …

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The Book of Mormon Will Play Five-Week San Francisco Engagement by Adam Hetrick

San Francisco audiences will receive a visit from the well-dressed boys of the nine-time Tony Award-winning hit The Book of Mormon, which will play the Curran Theatre this November.

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Public Theater's 50th Season by Barry

The Public Theater celebrates their 50th Anniversary season of the Delacorte Theater with Shakespeare in the Park!            AS YOU LIKE IT            INTO THE WOODS Ti…

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A Touch of Evil For Headly, Madigan, Rous at Henley’s The Jacksonian by Rachel Fain

Beth Henley's new The Jacksonian opens tonight at the Geffen Playhouse. The three women in the cast -- Amy Madigan, Glenne Headly and Bess Rous -- gather to discuss the evil that permeates t…

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Stolen island: the shameful story of Diego Garcia hits the stage by Lyn Gardner

The people of Diego Garcia, a British colony in the Indian Ocean, were thrown off their island to make way for a US military base. Lyn Gardner on how their story was made into a playHow wou…

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Theater review: 'Mine' at the Elephant Lab Theatre by Margaret K. Gray

Margaret Gray reviews the Little Beast Theatre Company's production of "Mine" at the Elephant Lab Theatre.

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Stolen island: the shameful story of Diego Garcia hits the stage by Lyn Gardner

The people of Diego Garcia, a British colony in the Indian Ocean, were thrown off their island to make way for a US military base. Lyn Gardner on how their story was made into a play Contin…

Linked From The Guardian at 05:00PM
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Justin Kirk to Return to Showtime's Weeds by Andy Propst

Justin Kirk will return to Showtime's Weeds, reprising his work as Andy Botwin, for its eighth season, according to a report on Deadline.com. The actor is currently starring on Broad…

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Theater Review: ‘Botanica,’ a Drama Directed by Jim Findlay by Eric Grode

In Jim Findlay’s “Botanica,” at the 3LD Art and Technology Center, scientists grow a little too close to the flora they’re experimenting with.

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Matt Cavenaugh and Jenny Powers Are Expecting a Broadway Baby by Andrew Gans

Stage actors and married couple Jenny Powers and Matt Cavenaugh surprised the Feb. 13 audience at Birdland with some good news: The Broadway favorites are expecting their first child.

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PHOTO CALL: Original and Encores! Casts of Merrily We Roll Along Mingle With Stephen Sondheim at Reception by Joseph Marzullo

Members of the original Broadway cast of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along reunited (with Stephen Sondheim, too) at a reception prior to the Feb. 14 performance of the current Cit…

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Sylvia McNair to Headline Chicago Opera Theater Gala by Andy Propst

Grammy Award winner Sylvia McNair will headline Chicago Opera Theater's 38th Anniversary Gala: A Celebration Less Ordinary, to be held on March 11 at Canivale. McNair has performed h…

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Julie Bermel, Mary Carrig, Michael Chandler, and More Set for HumanArts' After the Fall by Sarah Moore

HumanArts Theater Company has announced casting for its presentation of Arthur Miller's After the Fall, directed by RoZsa Horvath. The production will play Elephant Stages, Lillian Thea…

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One-Man Show Coming Home to San Francisco

Some actors create elaborate imaginary worlds. San Francisco playwright and actor Dan Hoyle painstakingly researches and re-creates the real one.

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FRIGID Collection is Up on Indie Theater Now by NYTE Small Press

Erez Ziv curated The FRIGID New York Collection — 15 plays from previous incarnations of this winter festival.  Included in this group are two of the playwrights who also grace th…

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Justin Kirk Signs on for Season Eight of WEEDS by BroadwayWorld

According to Deadline.com, OTHER DESERT CITIES star Justin Kirk has signed on for the eighth season of Showtime's 'Weeds.' Kirk plays 'Andy' in the series, which will ikey eneter its final s…

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Playing with fire: The Wicker Man musical by Alfred Hickling

The Wicker Man is a cult horror classic. Are the team of Scots who have turned the film into a musical – and rejigged its shocking ending – worried about offending fans?The Wicker Man is…

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Hunchback offers gothic extravagance by Michael Harris

Also in Michael Harris’s weekly picks: Calendar Girls, Chelsea Hotel, Intimate Apparel, The Silicone Diaries

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STAGE VIEWS: Broadway and "American Idol" Star Justin Guarini by Andrew Gans

Playbill.com's series features brief chats with Broadway actors commenting on their recent theatregoing experiences, what productions they are looking forward to and more. Here, via e-ma…

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Next stop, Japan. Second City extends its reach to second continent by Chris Jones

In its first formal move outside North America, The Second City is joining with Yoshimoto Kogyo Co., Ltd., one of Japan's largest TV producers, talent managers and entertainment companies, i…

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Collaboraction Extends Carlos Murillo's dark play or stories for boys by Andy Propst

,Collaboraction has extended Carlos Murillo's dark play or stories for boys. The production, directed by Anthony Moseley, will now run through March 11 at the Flat Iron Building. The …

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Take an Early Look at Anything Goes Star Sutton Foster Getting Fashionable on Project Runway All Stars by Broadway.com

Two-time Tony winner and Anything Goes star Sutton Foster knows a little something about Broadway, so when TV's Project Runway All Stars needed some expertise for their upcoming Bro…

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Sarah Ruhl, Paula Vogel Set for In Conversation with Anne Bogart by Sarah Moore

Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theater, and The Jerome L. Greene Performance Space at WNYC and WQXR, will present the third event in the series, TCG Playwr…

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JITNEY - Audience Reactions by Two River Theater

JITNEY - Audience Reactions August Wilson's JITNEY at Two River Theater Company Directed by Ruben Santiago-Hudson Runs: January 29 - February 25, 2012 Tickets: http://www.trtc.org Fr…

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Carol Kane & More Join Jessica Hecht, Jim Parsons & Charles Kimbrough in Roundabout's HARVEY This Spring by BroadwayWorld

Roundabout Theatre Company in association with Don Gregory, is thrilled to announce the full company for the new Broadway production of Mary Chases Harvey starring Jim Parsons Elwood P. Dowd…

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Carol Kane, Larry Bryggman & More Complete Casting for Harvey, Starring Jim Parsons by Broadway.com

Broadway vet Carol Kane and two-time Tony nominee Larry Bryggman will join previously announced stars Jim Parsons, Jessica Hecht and Charles Kimbrough in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre…

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Larry Bryggman, Carol Kane, Jim Parsons Set for Broadway Revival of Harvey by Dan Bacalzo

Roundabout Theatre Company has announced full casting for its Broadway revival of Mary Chase's Harvey, to play Studio 54. Scott Ellis will direct the production, which will begin previe…

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Carol Kane, Larry Bryggman & More Complete Casting for Harvey, Starring Jim Parsons by Broadway.com

Broadway vet Carol Kane and two-time Tony nominee Larry Bryggman will join previously announced stars Jim Parsons, Jessica Hecht and Charles Kimbrough in the upcoming Roundabout Theatre…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Chris Rock, Ethan Hawke & More Become Members of Labyrinth Theater Company by Broadway.com

Off-Broadway’s renowned Labyrinth Theater Company is welcoming 14 new members to the company including comedian Chris Rock (The Motherf**ker With The Hat) and Ethan Hawk…

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Carol Kane, Peter Benson, Tracee Chimo Will Materialize in Broadway Harvey; Complete Cast Announced by Kenneth Jones

The complete company of the new Broadway production of Harvey starring Jim Parsons includes Larry Bryggman, Peter Benson, Tracee Chimo, Holley Fain, Angela Paton, Rich Sommer, Morgan Spector…

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Photo Sneak Peek at Shatner's World: We Just Live In It by Broadway.com

Get ready, Star Trek fans: Captain James Kirk is about to spill his secrets on a Broadway stage. William Shatner is back on the boards at the Music Box Theatre for 19 performances Shatner&rs…

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The Twin Cities: We make stuff here by HowlRound

The Twin Cities might seem dormant; and indeed, they spend half the year frozen and buried under feet of snow. But these cities – my cities – are not sleeping. The art we make here is in…

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Nancy Bell, Gregory Sims to Star in South Coast Rep's Sight Unseen by Sarah Moore

South Coast Repertory has announced casting for its revival of Donald Margulies' Sight Unseen, an SCR-commissioned play that had its world premiere at SCR 20 seasons ago. David Emmes wi…

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Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses Will Open Lookingglass' 2012-2013 Season by Adam Hetrick

Tony Award-winning director Mary Zimmerman's adaptation of Ovid's Metamorphoses, in which myths emerge from a pool of water, will open the Lookingglass Theatre's 25th anniversary…

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Nick Jonas Reveals the Challenges of Balancing Life with Diabetes and Starring in How to Succeed on CNN's Starting Point by Broadway.com

Nick Jonas makes climbing the corporate ladder look simple in How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying, but as a diabetic, starring on Broadway is especially challenging. On February…

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STAGE TUBE: Meet the NEWSIES- Andrew Keenan-Bolger (Crutchie) by Stage Tube

As previously announced, Newsies will move to Broadway's Nederlander Theatre for a strictly limited 101 performance run this spring, following its critically-hailed run at Paper Mill Playhou…

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Hey, Old Friends! Stephen Sondheim and the Original Cast of Merrily We Roll Along Share an Emotional Reunion at Encores! by Broadway.com

The Encores! production of Merrily We Roll Along got a very special visit from some “old friends” when members of the show's original 1981 Broadway cast and composer Stephen …

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'Race' goes clean; more 'Dark Stories' by Chris Jones

The Goodman Theatre's production of "Race" has gone clean.

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Max Casella, Ethan Hawke, Chris Rock, Lucy Thurber Are New Members of Labyrinth Theater Company by Andy Propst

Labyrinth Theater Company has inducted fourteen new members into its company of actors, directors, playwrights and designers . The new Labyrinth members are performers Max Casella, Rosal …

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On Wit and Silence by Theater Talk

on Thirteen: Fri., February 24th at 1:30 AM on CUNY TV: Sat., February 25th at 8:30 PM Sun., February 26th at 12:30 PM and Mon., February 27th at 7:30 AM, 1:30 PM & 7:30 PM A convers…

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Alec Baldwin, Neil Patrick Harris, Lucy Liu to Co-Host Live! With Kelly by Andy Propst

Stage and television star Neil Patrick Harris will join Kelly Ripa's as co-host on Live! With Kelly when the syndicated show broadcasts from the Kodak Theatre at Hollywood & Highlan…

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in case you missed it by Theater Talk

Our SPRING SEASON PREVIEW is now online. Click Here to Watch!

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Ava Jenkins, Adam Kemmerer to Star in Castillo's Sally and Tom (The American Way) by Sarah Moore

Ava Jenkins and Adam Kemmerer will play the title roles in Castillo Theatre's production of the Fred Newman-Annie Roboff musical revival, Sally and Tom (The American Way), to run Febru…

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Dylan Morrison Myers, Stephanie Roswell Set for How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found by Sarah Moore

Theater Alliance will present the area premiere of How to Disappear Completely and Never Be Found, written by Fin Kennedy and directed by Artistic Director Colin Hovde. The play will perform…

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Broadway Rox with Shelley Thomas and Jason Wooten

"Call Me Adam" chats with Broadway's Shelley Thomas and Jason Wooten about their upcoming participation in "Broadway Rox," on February 17 and 18 at Queens Theatre, a two-day event celebratin…

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ART Education Experience/Community Connections 2012 by American Repertory Theater

ART Education Experience/Community Connections 2012 A.R.T. outreach programs provide an unprecendented level of access to A.R.T. artists and productions. We believe a great arts experience…

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Four Things About Arena Stage’s 2012-2013 Season by Jonathan L. Fischer

Arts Desk won't make a habit of reporting on season announcements this year—there are, after all, more than 70 professional theater companies in the D.C. area. But Arena's unveiling of…

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Eveoke Dance Theatre: REFLECTIONS at Art Produce by Kris Eitland

For those who enjoy sad stories, even a good cry, Eveoke Dance Theatre’s Reflections will be a potent elixir. Resident choreographer Ericka Aisha Moore teams with visual artists …

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Meet Andrew Keenan-Bolger's Character in Broadway's Newsies (Video) by Michael Gioia

Andrew Keenan-Bolger, who will star as Crutchie in the upcoming Disney musical Newsies, has released the first part of his "Meet the Newsies" video series. Here, he describes his r…

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BWW TV EXCLUSIVE: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Original & Encores! Casts Unite in 'Old Friends' by BroadwayWorld TV

19 cast members of the original 1981 Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim's MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, including leading actors Lonny Price, Ann Morrison and Jim Walton, were reunited at New …

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Landor Theatre to Present Lynn Ahrens' and Stephen Flaherty's The Glorious Ones by Sarah Moore

After winning major acclaim with a revival of Lynn Ahrens' and Stephen Flaherty's musical, Ragtime, the Landor Theatre is to present the European premiere of the composing duo&apos…

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Waiting for Podcasts by Chloe Veltman

Last night's remarkable performance by Riccardo Muti and the Chicago Symphony Orchestra at Davies Symphony Hall as part of the San Francisco Symphony's American Orchestras series for its cen…

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Asian-Americans: Why Can't We Get Cast In NYC?

A coalition of performers complains that except for a handful of shows, Asian-American actors have had dramatically more trouble landing parts than their white, black and Latino colleagues. …

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Asian-Americans: Why Can't We Get Cast In NYC? by Randy Gener

Once upon a time, Asian-American artists would have taken their anger to the streets. That's what happened in 1990, when Asian-American actors, outraged over a Caucasian actor's yellowface p…

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Growing Up Gonzales Extends Through March 31 by Sarah Moore

The Off-Broadway production, Growing Up Gonzales has been extended through March 31, at The Jan Hus Playhouse. Written and directed by Felix Roja, the solo show is a bittersweet comedy o…

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#NEWPLAY TV LIVE: organize a “Watch Party” for four exciting events next week! by HowlRound

Watch all of these livestreamed events on #NEWPLAY TV’s channel page over here: newplaytv.info & Organize, host, or crash your own local community’s WATCH PARTIES for these …

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Chris Rock to Present at 84th Annual Academy Awards by Andy Propst

Screen star and Broadway veteran Chris Rock has been added to the list of presenters for the 84th Annual Academy Awards, to be held on Sunday, February 26 at the Kodak Theatre in Los Angeles…

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Jonny Lee Miller takes on Frankenstein co-star in US Sherlock Holmes update by Mark Sweney

Actor who alternated roles on stage with Benedict Cumberbatch will play version of same Conan Doyle character in ElementaryLast year Jonny Lee Miller and Benedict Cumberbatch shared a presti…

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Matthew Freeman: Broadway Bound? by Tim

Broadway Bound? Matthew Freeman on Mike Daisey: How is it possible that The Agony and the Ecstasy of Steve Jobs is not Broadway bound? Among its list of accomplishments are inspiring the mos…

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Samuel Barnett, Stephen Fry, Mark Rylance Set for Twelfth Night at Shakespeare's Globe by Andy Propst

Updated casting has been announced for the Shakespeare's Globe production of Twelfth Night, to run September 22 - October 14. As previously reported, Tim Carroll will direct. In addit…

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Repertorio Español Will Tour Chronicle of a Death Foretold to Puerto Rico by Sarah Moore

Repertorio Español and Puerto Rico's Boundless Theater Company will tour its adaptation of Nobel Prize of Literature winner Gabriel García Márquez&apos…

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Photo Coverage: William Shatner in SHATNER'S WORLD, WE JUST LIVE IN IT! by BroadwayWorld

Tomorrow, February 16, SHATNERS WORLD WE JUST LIVE IN IT will take audiences on a voyage through Shatners life and career, from Shakespearean stage actor to internationally known icon and ra…

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Playwrights Horizons's New Season... by Isaac Butler

... Is pretty damn good.

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Reginald D Hunter – review by Brian Logan

Orchard theatre, Dartford"Some people leave my show feeling hurt. Broken. Destroyed," says Reginald D Hunter, by way of an introduction. It's part of his considerable charisma, this offer of…

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David Drake's My Tawny Valentine Adds Performances by Sarah Moore

Additional performances on February 23 and March 1 have been added to the run of My Tawny Valentine at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, which runs February 17-March 2. Written by and starring O…

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Photo Flash: First Look at SHATNER'S WORLD - WE JUST LIVE IN IT! by BroadwayWorld

William Shatner's SHATNER'S WORLD WE JUST LIVE IN IT began previews yesterday, February 14, opens February 16, and will play through March 4 at the Music Box Theater on Broadway before embar…

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THE SCREENING ROOM: Evita's Ricky Martin Visits "Good Morning America" (Video) by Michael Gioia

Ricky Martin, who will star as Che in the upcoming Broadway revival of Evita, visited "Good Morning America" to talk about his return to Broadway as well as his participation in th…

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Broadway sales show improvement for the first time in 2012

Broadway ticket sales were up by four percent last week, marking the first time this year that sales increased for the Great White Way. Through the week ending February 5, gross ticket sale…

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Review: 'Educating Rita' by Howard Shapiro

The modern-day British take on "Pygmalion" opens in a crisp production at Hedgerow Theatre. Inquirer theater critic Howard Shapiro reviews from Rose Valley in Delaware County.

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The Gatekeeper – review by Lyn Gardner

Royal Exchange Studio, ManchesterGoing back is not always a good idea – you never know what nasty surprises you might find lurking behind the sofa. The destructive past invades the damaged…

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Sanaa Lathan, Anthony Mackie to Host 43rd Annual NAACP Image Awards by Andy Propst

Sanaa Lathan and Anthony Mackie will host the the 43rd NAACP Image Awards ceremony to be held on February 17 at the Shrine Auditorium and broadcast on NBC. Lathan received a Tony Award nom…

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Remebering Whitney: Songs from Broadway by Loganne

By now, I’m sure you’ve heard, the Grammy Award winning singer, Whitney Houston died on February 11 at the age of 48. Currently, a stage adaptation of The Bodyguard is in production, whi…

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MTC’s Broadway Premiere of WIT with Cynthia Nixon Extends by Boneau/Bryan-Brown

Manhattan Theatre Club is pleased to announce that WIT, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Margaret Edson, directed by Lynne Meadow will extend at MTC’s Samuel J. Friedman Theatre (261 Wes…

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Minnie Driver to headline Illumination gala in April

MIGHTY MINNIE: Minnie Driver, award-winning actress and vocalist, will headline the annual Illumination gala to benefit Siteman Cancer Center and the Washington University medical school on …

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Highlights From Matilda — The Musical in London

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Matilda — The Musical, based on the 1988 Roald Dahl novel, is currently playing to acclaim at the Cambridge Theatre in London's West E…

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Cynthia Nixon-Led WIT Extends at Manhattan Theatre Club Thru 3/17 by BroadwayWorld

Manhattan Theatre Club is pleased to announce that WIT, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Margaret Edson, directed by Lynne Meadow will extend at MTCs Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. The limite…

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Wit, Starring Cynthia Nixon, Extends on Broadway by Broadway.com

Manhattan Theatre Club’s Broadway revival of Wit, starring Tony winner Cynthia Nixon, will play seven additional performances at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre. Lynne Meadow’s pr…

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Broadway's Wit, Starring Cynthia Nixon, Extends Through March 17 by Dan Bacalzo

Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway production of Wit has extended, and will now play the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre through March 17. Margaret Edson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play f…

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Sarah's War, Other New Reviews, and L.A. Weekly Theater Awards Info

Jordan Elgalby"Sarah"s War is this week's Pick. Go to the jump for all other new stage reviews.​The nominees for the 33rd annual L.A. Weekly Theater Awards will be posted Wednesday evening…

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‘West Side Story’ still dazzles

First-rate production at the Fox is full of thrilling dance and music.

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Guthrie Theater Announces Complete Lineup for 2012 Celebration of Christopher Hampton by Sarah Moore

Director Joe Dowling today announced the three plays that will comprise the Guthrie's 2012 celebration of British playwright, screenwriter and director Christopher Hampton. In addition…

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Wit Will Have Less Brevity; MTC Adds One Week to Acclaimed Revival by Kenneth Jones

Manhattan Theatre Club's new Broadway production of Wit, the Pulitzer Prize-winning play by Margaret Edson, directed by Lynne Meadow, will get an extra week at MTC's Samuel J. Friedm…

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Glee Poll: Which Whitney Houston Song Should Mercedes Sing Next? by Broadway.com

After the death of recording legend Whitney Houston on February 11, Glee spotlighted the singer on the show's Valentine’s Day episode, which featured a previously filmed …

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I’ve Just Discovered ‘The Days of Yore’ by Tim

I’m not sure who linked to this interview with Jennifer Egan, but I’ve just discovered it, even though it was done about a year ago. It’s pretty terrific, walking you throu…

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The Book of MormonTour to Play San Francisco's Curran Theater in November by Sarah Moore

The Book of Mormon, winner of nine Tony Awards including Best Musical and the 2011 Grammy Award for Best Musical Theater Album, will play a strictly limited five-week engagement at the SHN C…

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A New Doctor is In! George Morfogen and Jim Stanek Set for Freud’s Last Session by Broadway.com

George Morfogen and Jim Stanek will star as Sigmund Freud and C.S. Lewis, respectively, in Freud's Last Session beginning March 16 at off-Broadway's New World Stages. The duo wi…

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Will "Sparkle," Whitney Houston's Final Film, Sparkle on Broadway? by Michael Gioia

Howard Rosenman, executive producer of the upcoming feature film "Sparkle," which stars In the Heights' Jordin Sparks and the late Whitney Houston, has plans to adapt the 2012 …

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Elizaveta’s music is weird… and I like it by Mark Blankenship

You guys, Elizaveta’s music is weird. Her album Beatrix Runs, which was physically released yesterday after arriving in digital form a few weeks ago, fuses opera, chamber pop, and elec…

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Anat Cohen Quartet to perform at the Bistro

Anat Cohen has earned a solid following among jazz fans in New York. Whether she's playing saxophone or clarinet, Cohen brings to her instrument the key values with which all memorable jazz …

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HBO Buys Comedy Spec By Paul Simms by Nellie Andreeva

EXCLUSIVE: HBO has bought 44th Street, a Broadway-themed single-camera comedy from NewsRadio creator Paul Simms. It centers on two veteran theatre actors struggle to find success amidst a wo…

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PHOTO CALL: Original Merrily We Roll Along Cast and Stephen Sondheim Join Current City Center Encores! Cast Onstage by Joseph Marzullo

Members of the original Broadway cast of Stephen Sondheim's Merrily We Roll Along reunited — with composer-lyricist Stephen Sondheim — during the curtain call of the Feb. 14 …

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Meet the Newsies: Crutchie by Disney on Broadway

Meet the Newsies: Crutchie Meet Andrew Keenan-Bolger, playing Crutchie in Disney's newest Broadway production, NEWSIES. Join Andrew in a live YouTube chat along with other NEWSIES cas…

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STAGE TUBE: Kristin Chenoweth Gives Details on GCB! by Stage Tube

Tony Award winner and Broadway favorite Kristin Chenoweth will soon star in GCB, premiering on CBS on Sunday, March 4 from 1000-1100 p.m., ET. The soap opera format returns to Dallas in this…

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Ricky Martin Chats About Evita Alongside Nicki Minaj on Good Morning America by Broadway.com

When Ricky Martin isn’t preparing to star in Broadway’s Evita or dancing up a storm as a hot new Spanish teacher on Glee, he’s dedicated to raising money for people living …

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The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall: Clip: Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Boggess sing “Phantom of the Opera” by Colin Fitzpatrick

Watch a clip from The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall with Ramin Karimloo and Sierra Bogess singing "Phantom of the Opera." The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, a…

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“The Book of Mormon” musical is headed to San Francisco by The Broadway Critic

It’s true! The Book of Mormon musical is coming to San Francisco starting November 2012. It is only playing for a limited five weeks and I’m sure will sell out in minutes (just …

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Booze Glasses & a Secret Game With Dulé Hill Keep Rosie Benton Happy Backstage at Stick Fly by Broadway.com

Rosie Benton’s backstage digs aren’t quite as luxurious as the Martha’s Vineyard home that serves as the setting for Stick Fly, but her Cort Theatre home has everything the…

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George Morfogen, Jim Stanek to Join Freud's Last Session Off-Broadway by Andy Propst

George Morfogen and Jim Stanek will assume the roles of Sigmund Freud and C. S. Lewis respectively in Mark St. Germain's Freud's Last Session, playing at New World Stages. They wi…

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Ute Lemper, Vogler Quartet, Stefan Malzew to play Carnegie Hall by Sarah Moore

Carnegie Hall has announced that German cabaret vocalist Ute Lemper and Berlin's Vogler Quartet will be joined by pianist and clarinetist Stefan Malzew, as they play music of the Weimar…

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The Recruiting Officer

Legit Reviews||Abroad: Excuse me, but isn't that a real live hen? Threatening to upstage everyone with an off-beat cluck, it really is a cheery hen tucked beneath the arm of cou…

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Performances Added for David Drake's My Tawny Valentine by Broadway.com

Performances have been added for David Drake's My Tawny Valentine on February 23 and March 1 at the Laurie Beechman Theatre. Written by Drake and directed by David Briggson, the pro…

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Mirror, Mirror on the Wall… by Alyssa Alpine

Marius von Mayenburg’s dark comedy "The Ugly One" at SoHo Rep mines the incestuous relationship between good looks and power.

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See Kristin Chenoweth & Jennifer Aspen Spill Sexy GCB Secrets at New York Fashion Week by Broadway.com

Kristin Chenoweth is keeping herself pretty busy these days with the premiere of her latest TV series a few weeks away, but she and her GCB co-star Jennifer Aspen took a break to check out d…

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Whitney Houston's SPARKLE to Open on Broadway? by BroadwayWorld

SPARKLE will be released in theaters on August 24th by Sony Pictures, starring Jordin Sparks, Derek Luke, Mike Epps, Carmen ejogo, Tika Sumpter, Omari Hardwick, Cee-Lo Green, and the now lat…

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The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall: About the Program by Colin Fitzpatrick

The Phantom of the Opera at the Royal Albert Hall, a fully-staged, lavish 25th anniversary mounting of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s long-running Broadway and West End extravaganza, comes to Great…

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Broadway’s Kearran Giovanni to Star in TNT’s Major Crimes by Broadway.com

Broadway veteran Kearran Giovanni will co-star in the new TNT series Major Crimes. The new series is a spin-off of the network’s award-winning drama The Closer, starring Kyra Sedgwick …

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Life During Wartime by Rob Weinert-Kendt

Last June, I found myself running the Power Point for a session at the TCG Conference in L.A. titled "What If…We Could Bridge the Divides? The Role of Theatre in Iraqi-US Reconciliation", …

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Uniting Jews and Muslims through art

What started out as a leadership class project for Betsy Nahum-Miller turned into an artist endeavor that would unite the Jewish and Muslim communities.

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Douglas Hodge and Charles Dance join Gabriel Byrne in Channel 4's Coup by Matthew Hemley

Douglas Hodge, Gina McKee, Charles Dance and Rupert Graves are to join Gabriel Byrne in the Channel 4 drama Coup.

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George Morfogen and Jim Stanek Will Step Into Freud's Consulting Room Off-Broadway in March by Kenneth Jones

The couch of Off-Broadway's Freud Last Session will get two new occupants — George Morfogen as Freud and Jim Stanek as C.S. Lewis — starting March 16 at New World Stages. Ori…

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George Morforgen and Jim Stanek Will Step Into Freud's Consulting Room Off-Broadway in March by Kenneth Jones

The couch of Off-Broadway's Freud Last Session will get two new occupants — George Morfogen as Freud and Jim Stanek as C.S. Lewis — starting March 16 at New World Stages. Ori…

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Jeff Goldblum replaces Alan Rickman in 'Seminar'

The bad news? Alan Rickman is leaving the hit play "Seminar" on Broadway. The good news? Jeff Goldblum is taking over.

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Cheyenne Jackson, Debra Messing & More to Honor Linda Lavin at 2012 Vineyard Theatre Gala by Broadway.com

A-listers like 30 Rock star Cheyenne Jackson, Smash headliner Debra Messing and many more will come together to honor Tony winner Linda Lavin at the Vineyard Theatre’s 2012 Benefit Gal…

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Take a First Look at Darren Criss and Matt Bomer's Brotherly Love on Glee by Broadway.com

White Collar hunk Matt Bomer will guest star on an upcoming episode of Glee as Cooper Anderson, the older brother to Blaine Anderson (Darren Criss). The episode is speculated to feature…

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The Recruiting Officer, Donmar Warehouse, London

Josie Rourke’s first production at the Donmar is a joy that bodes well for the future, writes Sarah Hemming

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The Recruiting Officer, Donmar Warehouse, London

Josie Rourke's first production at the Donmar is a joy that bodes well for the future, writes Sarah Hemming

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News: Stephen Fry stars with Mark Rylance in Globe Twelfth Night

Stephen Fry will return to the London stage, starring as Malvolio opposite Mark Rylance’s Olivia in Shakespeare's Globe's upcoming production of Twelfth Night. The final production in…

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Karmine Alers, Adam Hose, Jason Wooten Set for Casa Mañana's Rent by Sarah Moore

Casting has been announced for the musical, Rent, to play Casa Mañana Theatre, March 3 - 11. Tim Bennett will direct and choreograph. Set in the East Village of New York City, R…

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"It Started Out Like a Song": Lonny Price Recalls Iconic Merrily Moment by Adam Hetrick

The year was 1981. A 21-year-old actor named Lonny Price was cast as playwright-lyricist Charley Kringas in the new Stephen Sondheim-George Furth musical Merrily We Roll Along – the la…

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Peter Pan: The Boy Who Hated Mothers by Andrew Lapin

Peter Pan always did seem like a rather difficult creature, as far as immortals go. Anyone with such a steadfast refusal to mature or learn anything useful can’t be entirely pleasant to be…

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How I Learned to Drive, Second Stage, New York

Elizabeth Reaser gives an excellent performance in this memory play about a paedohile uncle and his niece, writes Brendan Lemon

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How I Learned to Drive, Second Stage, New York

Elizabeth Reaser gives an excellent performance in this memory play about a paedophile uncle and his niece, writes Brendan Lemon

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Chita Rivera to Perform in Boston Youth Moves Benefit by Sarah Moore

The Boston Youth Moves' 2012 Swellegance Gala Benefit will feature two-time Tony Award winner Chita Rivera performing songs from her legendary Broadway career in her own concert, Chita…

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PHOTO CALL: Jesus Christ Superstar Meets the Press by Joseph Marzullo

Most of the original 2011 Stratford Shakespeare Festival cast of Jesus Christ Superstar will repeat their work in the Broadway engagement of the hit Andrew Lloyd Webber-Tim Rice rock opera, …

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West End Wicked Vet Oliver Tompsett on Why Rock of Ages Is the Most Challenging Musical Ever by Matt Wolf

Oliver Tompsett made his West End debut in the Madness musical Our House before moving on to Mamma Mia! and a long run as Fiyero in Wicked. The engaging 30-year-old is now getting the vocal …

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Guthrie Theater to Celebrate Christopher Hampton in 2012 by BroadwayWorld

Director Joe Dowling today announced the three plays that will comprise the Guthries 2012 celebration of prolific British playwright, screenwriter and director Christopher Hampton. A Guthrie…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:51AM

Former Slave Lizzy Keckly Subject of Stage Work in Connecticut, Too by Frank Rizzo

Dressmaker and Friend to Mary Todd Lincoln Playwright-director Tazewell Thompson isn't the only theater artist who is inspired to create a stage work about the life of Elizabeth Keckly , …

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Greetings from the Jerome Robbins Dance Division Oral History Archive! by Cassie Mey

The Jerome Robbins Dance Division Oral History Archive is home to unique and rare dance related audio recordings that capture the voices of dancers, choreographers, composers, ligh…

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News: Adam Garcia cast in Nunn's Kiss Me Kate at Chichester

Adam Garcia will play Bill Calhoun in Trevor Nunn's upcoming revival of Kiss Me Kate at Chichester Festival Theatre, according to reports. Australian Garcia made his London debut in 1993 wi…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 11:48AM

News: Havana Rumba! brings salsa to Udderbelly Festival

Havana Rumba! has been confirmed for this year's Udderbelly Festival, which returns to Southbank for its fourth consecutive summer and will be situated within the 'London Wondergro…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 11:47AM

Chris Colfer, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly Join Cast of 8 Reading by BroadwayWorld

According to reports from IMBd.com, Chris Colfer, famous for his portrayal of Kurt in Glee, will be starring alongside George Clooney, Kevin Bacon, John C. Reilly and Martin Sheen for a one-…

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Perla Laske, César Meléndez, Petru Valenski Set for Teatro del Luna Presents The Moon's Embrace by Sarah Moore

Teatro del Luna's winter season, entitled The Moon's Embrace, will run from February 23 through March 17. El Inmigrante, by writer-performer César Meléndez, …

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LoveArts.com will match you with your perfect date by The Stage

If you’re interested in dating arts-loving singles, there’s no better dating service for you than LoveArts.com.

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BWW Exclusive STAGE ART - SMASH! by BroadwayWorld

Here is the latest entry in BroadwayWorld's new weekly feature - STAGE ART. This week, it's all about SMASH

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Bravo to the Donmar's Josie Rourke – but beware, it's the trickiest job in theatre by Lyn Gardner

Josie Rourke makes it look easy with a blissfully funny revival of The Recruiting Officer. But that doesn't mean the pressure is offWhen Josie Rourke woke up this morning I would hazard a gu…

Linked From The Guardian at 11:39AM

Dahvi Waller on 'Unscreened' at the Lillian Theatre by Jason Kehe

Whenever Dahvi Waller tells colleagues about her latest project they get jealous. Whenever Dahvi Waller tells colleagues about her latest project they get jealous.

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Amanda Seyfried Talks Readying to Play Cosette in the Film Adaptation of Her ‘All-Time Favorite Musical’ Les Miserables by Broadway.com

Playing ingénue Cosette in the upcoming film adaptation of Les Miserables is more than just a plum role for Amanda Seyfried, it’s the realization of a life-long dream. In a rece…

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Guthrie's Christopher Hampton Celebration Will Include Three Plays, Screenings of Films, Master Class and More by Andrew Gans

Artistic director Joe Dowling announced Feb. 15 the three plays that will comprise the Guthrie’s 2012 celebration of British playwright, screenwriter and director Christopher Hampton.

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Mark Hayward, Jonathan Burns Team Up for Stunt Lab by Sarah Moore

Canal Park Playhouse will present the world premiere of Stunt Lab, created and performed by Mark Heyward and Jonathan Burns. The show will begin performances on Saturday, March 10 for a limi…

Linked From TheaterMania at 11:31AM

The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, Ambassadors, London by Nick Smurthwaite

Ambassadors, London: As we move irreversibly into the age of digital TV it is fun to be reminded of a simpler time when the sounds of drama were more important than the pictures. Read the fu…

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Watch Amber Riley’s Soulful Glee Tribute to Whitney Houston with 'I Will Always Love You' by Broadway.com

The late Grammy-winning singer Whitney Houston is perhaps remembered best by her soulful rendition of Dolly Parton's “I Will Always Love You,” from her blockbuster 1992 film,…

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Jessica Capshaw, Sandra Oh, Sara Ramirez Set for Grey's Anatomy: The Songs Beneath the Show by Dan Bacalzo

Cast members from ABC's Grey's Anatomy will perform Grey's Anatomy: The Songs Beneath the Show, a live musical celebration to benefit The Actors Fund, at Royce Hall on the UCL…

Linked From TheaterMania at 11:26AM

The Town Hall Broadway by the Year series presents The Broadway Musicals of 1946 by Sandi Durell

  Reviewed by: Linda Amiel Burns – February 13, 2012   The 12th season of the acclaimed Broadway By The Year concert series at The Town Hall began with “The Broadway Musica…

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Arena Stage to Offer Two New Plays Plus Other Desert Cities, Good People, Mountaintop, My Fair Lady by Kenneth Jones

Arena Stage's 2012-13 subscription season at The Mead Center for American Theater will include the world premiere of Cheryl L. West's Pullman Porter Blues, the Washington, DC, premie…

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Pasadena Playhouse Taps Charles Dillingham As Interim Leader

Los Angeles Times 02/15/12

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NY1 Theater Review: "How I Learned To Drive"

How I learned to Drive, Paula Vogel's 1998 Pulitzer Prize-winning drama is being revived off-Broadway starrring Tony winning Broadway veteran Norbet Leo Butz and "Twilight" star El…

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Stage Adaptation of Whitney Houston's Final Film Sparkle Eyes Broadway by Broadway.com

The movie remake of Sparkle, starring the late Whitney Houston and Broadway veteran Jordin Sparks, won’t be released until August, but plans are already in the works to adapt the film …

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Kevin Bacon, Chris Colfer & John C. Reilly Join 8 in L.A. by Broadway.com

Kevin Bacon, Glee’s Chris Colfer and Tony nominee John C. Reilly will join the previously announced George Clooney in the Los Angeles premiere of Dustin Lance Black’s 8…

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Cady Huffman, Telly Leung, Julia Murney, Kate Shindle Set for If It Only Even Runs a Minute 9 by Dan Bacalzo

Preliminary casting has been announced for If It Only Even Runs a Minute 9, to be presented at Joe's Pub on March 26 at 7pm and 9:30pm Each performance will feature a different cast in…

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Victoria Hamilton-Barritt, David Fleeshman, Daisy Maywood to Join Caroline O'Connor for The Curve Theatre's Gypsy by Bethany Rickwald

The Curve Theatre has announced full casting for its upcoming production of Gypsy, according to WhatsOnStage. The production is set to open March 15. Artistic director Paul Kerryson will d…

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Milta Ortiz at the January Ceyx Series by Tony

See more performances from January's Ceyx Series here.

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SILENCE! The Musical Announces New Schedule Beginning 3/4 by BroadwayWorld

SILENCE! The Musical, the unauthorized parody of The Silence of the Lambs, will add Sunday evenings to the new spring playing schedule beginning March 4th at The 9th Space Theatre at Perform…

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STAGE TUBE: Ricky Martin Talks EVITA, Viva Glam, and More on GOOD MORNING AMERICA by Stage Tube

This morning on 'Good Morning America' EVITA star Ricky Martin appeared alongside Nicki Minaj as the newest spokespeople For MAC Cosmetics' VIVA GLAM Campaign. The duo unveiled this year's e…

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Frankenstein's Jonny Lee Miller Will Play Sherlock Holmes in CBS Pilot "Elementary" by Michael Gioia

Stage and screen actor Jonny Lee Miller has signed on to play Sherlock Holmes in the upcoming CBS pilot "Elementary," according to Deadline.com.

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What I learned about customer retention from a cruise line. by Ken Davenport

One of the greatest challenges of building an audience for Broadway shows is that our experience pretty much stays the same, so it's hard to get people to come back time and time again. We'r…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Jeff Golblum will take on Seminar by Loganne

Jeff Goldblum will return to the Broadway stage in on April 3 for an 8 week run in Seminar. The Academy Award and Emmy Award nominee will assume the leading role of ‘Leonard,’ a spot cur…

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Vineyard Gala Will Feature Judy Kuhn, Cheyenne Jackson, Debra Messing, Jessie Mueller, Will Chase and More by Adam Hetrick

Judy Kuhn, Cheyenne Jackson, Debra Messing, Jessie Mueller, Colman Domingo and Will Chase will be part of the Vineyard Theatre's gala honoring Tony Award-winning actress Linda Lavin on M…

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Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses to Open Lookingglass' 2012-2013 Season by Andy Propst

Mary Zimmerman's Metamorphoses will open the 2012-2013 season at Lookingglass Theatre. As previously announced, the production will also be part of the upcoming season at Arena Stage. …

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Wooster Group / New York City Players' Early Plays Extends Run by Dan Bacalzo

The world premiere of the Wooster Group / New York City Players co-production of Early Plays, at St. Ann's Warehouse, has extended its run, and will now play February 15-March 11. Richa…

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Allison Janney to Guest Star on Showtime's THE BIG C by BroadwayWorld

TVGuide.com reports that actress Allison Janney will be making a guest star appearance on an upcoming episode of Showtime's THE BIG C.

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Paula Zahn Will Interview Andrew Lloyd Webber for PBS by Andrew Gans

Tony-winning composer Andrew Lloyd Webber, who will be represented on Broadway this season with revivals of Jesus Christ Superstar and Evita as well as the long-running The Phantom of the Op…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day 2/15- Harold Arlen by Stage Tube

Today in 1905, Harold Arlen was born. Having written over 500 songs, a number of which have become known the world over, Arlen is best known for writing the songs for The Wizard of Oz, inclu…

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Photo Coverage: Tom Wopat, Alice Ripley and More Lead THE BROADWAY MUSICALS OF 1946! by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

The Town Hall 123 West 43 Street signed on Marilyn Maye, Ben Davis, Dameka Hayes, Jessie Mueller, Alice Ripley, Tom Wopat and Noah Racey, who also choreographed, to perform in THE BROADWAY M…

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Peil in Off Broadway 'Strad'

Legit News: Cast set for Primary Stages production

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Really Really by Scott Meslow

If plays are judged by the sheer force of their emotional impact, Really Really – the world premiere of playwright Paul Colaizzo’s contemporary, college-set drama, now playing at Signatu…

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Clare Buckfield, Gary Wilmot to Star in A Bowl of Cherries by Sarah Moore

Gary Wilmot and Clare Buckfield are to star in the world premiere of A Bowl of Cherries, at Charing Cross Theatre, March 6-31. This new Off West End musical looks at life through a cycle o…

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RSC's Matilda set for Broadway? by Matt Trueman

American producers are eyeing up the bestselling musical – but Royal Shakespeare Company is likely to keep a firm hold over the projectThe RSC is considering taking its hit musical Matilda…

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Kearran Giovanni to Join Cast of TNT's Major Crimes by Dan Bacalzo

Broadway veteran Kearran Giovanni will co-star in the upcoming TNT series, Major Crimes, according to Deadline.com. The actress will play undercover police detective Amy Skyes in this cop d…

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Good People, Metamorphoses, My Fair Lady, Other Desert Cities Set for Arena Stage Season by Bethany Rickwald

Arena Stage has announced the productions set for its 2012-2013 season. Arena Stage will present the Lerner and Loewe classic My Fair Lady (November 2-January 6), directed by Molly Smith, …

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Revisiting a Role (11 Years Later) by Mark Blankenship

Robert Hogan returns to Rutherford and Son — In 2001, when he first stepped onstage as John Rutherford, the flint-hearted protagonist of Githa Sowerby’s 1912 drama Rutherford …

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The Odyssey – review by Lyn Gardner

BAC, LondonPuppetry and live music, drawing and storytelling come together in Paper Cinema's ingenious retelling of Homer's story, which offers 70 minutes that are a cross between a silent m…

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If Spiderman can do it... then so can I by Michael Roderick

I'm talking about a reboot. Some of you may have taken the four hour workshop version of Solving for X. It had a good run, but I have decided to retire that one and take a cue from ol' spide…

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Jonny Lee Miller to Star as Sherlock Holmes in CBS Pilot ELEMENTARY by BroadwayWorld

According to EWOnline, actor Jonny Lee Miller will star as the classic literary character Sherlock Holmes in the CBS modern-day version of that classic story entitled ELEMENTARY.

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Lyrics & Lyricists at the 92nd Street Y – Songs of America: From Stephen Foster to Bob Dylan and Beyond by Sandi Durell

  Reviewed by: Linda Amiel Burns – February 14, 2012   The versatile Ted Sperling put together a program in what he calls “my own idiosyncratic look at what feels and sounds li…

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Chris Colfer, Kevin Bacon and John C. Reilly Complete Cast of 8 Reading in L.A. by Adam Hetrick

"Glee" star Chris Colfer, stage and screen actor Kevin Bacon and Academy Award nominee John C. Reilly will take part in the March 3 Los Angeles reading of Dustin Lance Black's …

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Julia Murney, Kate Shindle, et al. Set for IF IT ONLY EVEN RUNS A MINUTE 9 by BroadwayWorld

If It Only Even Runs A Minute 9, the ninth edition of this series of rare songs, behind-the-scenes tales, and inspiring photos from Broadway musicals that may not have been fully appreciated…

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League of Professional Theatre Women Photo Exhibit Set for New York Public Library for the Performing Arts by Sarah Moore

The League of Professional Theatre Women, in association with The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts, will present Celebrating Our Legacy: Oral History Photographic Exhibit of t…

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Paige Hernandez on P. Nokio at Imagination Stage by Hunter Styles

Brimming with energy, Paige Hernandez brings a joyful creativity wherever she goes. As a teaching artist, actor, dancer and choreographer, and a self-professed hip-hop advocate, Hernandez ha…

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"Mary T. and Lizzy K." Back In Line-Up For Arena Stage by Frank Rizzo

“Mary T. and Lizzy K.,” a new play by Tazewell Thompson (“Constant Star”) will receive its world premiere in the 2012-13 season at Arena Stage in Washington D.C.…

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Julie Halston: Broadway Belts: A Benefit for Pulmonary Fibrosis

"Call Me Adam" once again chats with Broadway and Television star Julie Halston. This time around Julie and I get personal as we discuss her husband, Broadcaster Ralph Howard's, diagnosis of…

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Violist Katherine Greene and Her Temporary Houseboat in Amsterdam, 02/14/2012 by New York Philharmonic

Violist Katherine Greene and Her Temporary Houseboat in Amsterdam, 02/14/2012 For the Orchestra's stay in Amsterdam, violist Katherine Greene has chosen to reside on a houseboat on the …

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Songwriter and Singer Dory Previn Shannon Dies at 86 by Robert Simonson

Dory Previn Shannon, a lyricist, composer and singer who wrote songs for film soundtracks in the 1960s, often in collaboration with her then husband, Andre Previn, and later became a noted r…

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Musicians demand clear rules on taking instruments on planes by Natalie Woolman

British musicians are calling for a consistent policy on carrying instruments on planes across airlines, after a similar bill was passed in the US.

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A Brassy Encore, 02/13/2012 by New York Philharmonic

A Brassy Encore, 02/13/2012 Following the first of two the Orchestra's concerts at Amsterdam's Concertgebouw, on February 13, 2012, the New York Philharmonic Principal Brass Quintet…

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Lindsay Crouse, Johnny Lee Davenport, Paula Plum Set for Gloucester Stage 2012 Season by Sarah Moore

Gloucester Stage Artistic Director Eric C. Engel has announced Gloucester Stage's 2012 Summer Play Pass season, which will run from June 14 through September 16. The season will begin…

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Backstage in Amsterdam, 02/13/2012 by New York Philharmonic

Backstage in Amsterdam, 02/13/2012 Backstage in Amsterdam's Concertgebouw on February 13, 2012, the New York Philharmonic prepares for the concert. Musicians arrive, warm up, play chess…

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‘Matilda’ Looks to Make Jump from West End to Broadway 2013 by David Rogers

The hit West End musical “Matilda” may be making the jump across the pond for a Spring 2013 Broadway opening, but a few details have to be ironed out before any official announcements ar…

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PHOTO FLASH: Liz Callaway, Tonya Pinkins, Lonny Price, Stephen Sondheim at Original Merrily We Roll Along Cast Reunion by David Gordon

Cast members from the original Broadway production of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's Merrily We Roll Along reunited, many for the first time in a decade, Tuesday, February 14, to v…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Stephen Colbert, Paul Rudd, Jon Stewart Set for Secret Policeman's Ball at Radio City Music Hall by Dan Bacalzo

An updated list of performers has been announced for Amnesty International's Secret Policeman's Ball, to be held at Radio City Music Hall on Sunday, March 4 at 7pm. The event -- w…

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Beyond the Horizon Opens at the Irish Rep Tonight by Trav S.D.

February 15th – April 8th I have to agree with the Irish Rep’s assessment that O’Neill is America’s greatest playwright. Furthermore, I’m very much not in accord with t…

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Ruckus Theatre, Tympanic Theatre Company to Collaborate on Brewed World Premiere by Andy Propst

The Ruckus Theater, in association with Tympanic Theatre Company, will produce the world premiere of Scott T. Barsotti's Brewed, in early 2013. Casting and creative team will be announ…

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Enough fluff! Why is whimsical theatre all the rage? by Honour Bayes

Cutesy productions full of sentiment and charm seem like they're everywhere right now. I'm not sure I can cope with another ukuleleCall me a grump, but I'm getting a little fed up of "enchan…

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The World Premiere of CQ/CX Opens Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

The world premiere of Gabe McKinley’s drama CQ/CX opens February 15 off-Broadway at the Peter Norton Space. The Atlantic Theater Company production, directed by David Leveaux, has been…

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Concept Album of New Musical The In-Between, with Hadley Fraser, Daniel Boys, Julie Atherton, Available Online by Andrew Gans

Nine West End stars can be heard on the concept album for the new musical The In-Between, which is released online Feb. 15.

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Cheyenne Jackson, Debra Messing & More Honor Linda Lavin at Vineyard Theatre, 3/12 by BroadwayWorld

Stars of both stage and screen are set to join the celebration when the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning Vineyard Theatre honors Tony Award-winner Linda Lavin at the Off-Broadway companys ann…

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Robb Sapp, Tally Sessions, Teal Wicks to Perform I Can't Wait: The Songs of Patrick Dwyer at The Duplex by Andy Propst

Robb Sapp, Tally Sessions and Teal Wicks offer two performances of the revue, I Can't Wait: The Songs of Patrick Dwyer at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre, Saturday, February 25 at 4:30pm and…

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:43AM

Photo Coverage: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Original and Encores! Casts Reunite at City Center - Sondheim & More! by Walter McBride

19 cast members of the original 1981 Broadway production of Stephen Sondheims MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG, including leading actors Lonny Price, Ann Morrison and Jim Walton, were reunited at New Y…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:36AM

Teal Wicks, Robb Sapp and Tally Sessions Will Sing Work of Patrick Dwyer at The Duplex by Andrew Gans

A revue of songs by theatre/cabaret songwriter Patrick Dwyer will be presented at The Duplex Cabaret Theatre Feb. 25 at 4:30 PM and Feb. 27 at 7 PM.

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Review: Love Box by Edward Franklin

It was with a degree of trepidation that I decided to attend and review Love Box: a Valentine’s edition of Word of Mouth at Bristol Old Vic, a monthly event introducing local theatregoers …

Linked From A Younger Theatre at 09:31AM

Charles Busch, Julie Halston, Cheyenne Jackson, Debra Messing Set for Vineyard Gala by Dan Bacalzo

Hope Davis, Cheyenne Jackson, Judy Kuhn, and Debra Messing will be among the artists participating in the Vineyard Theatre Company's annual gala, to be held at the Hudson Theatre at the…

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:26AM

Julia Murney, Cady Huffman, Telly Leung, Dee Hoty, Kate Shindle Set for Runs a Minute 9 by Andrew Gans

If It Only Even Runs A Minute 9, the latest edition of the series that offers rare songs, behind-the-scenes tales and inspiring photos from Broadway musicals that may not have been fully app…

Linked From Playbill at 09:26AM

Kearran Giovanni to Star in TNT's MAJOR CRIMES by BroadwayWorld

As first reported on Deadline.com, actress Kearran Giovanni will be co-starring in the upcoming TNT series MAJOR CRIMES, a spin-off from the cable network's popular series 'The Closer'.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:24AM

Photo Coverage: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Cast Reunion Party by Walter McBride

19 cast members of the original 1981 Broadway production of Stephen Sondheims Merrily We Roll Along, including leading actors Lonny Price, Ann Morrison and Jim Walton, were reunited at New Y…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:21AM

Julie Atherton, Daniel Boys Featured on The In-Between Concept Recording by Andy Propst

Sabrina Aloueche, Julie Atherton, Daniel Boys, Cassandra Compton, Hadley Fraser, Alexia Khadime, Dianne Pilkington, Lauren Samuels and Liam Tamne are featured on the concept album for Laura …

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:17AM

Florida's Plaza Theatre Will Celebrate Grand Opening with Donna McKechnie's Musical Comedy Life by Andrew Gans

Tony Award winner Donna McKechnie, who will head the cast of TheatreZone's March 8-18 production of Little Women: The Musical, will first perform her critically acclaimed solo show for F…

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Kevin Bacon, Chris Colfer, John C. Reilly Added to Cast of 8 Reading in L.A. by Andy Propst

Kevin Bacon, Chris Colfer and John C. Reilly have been added to the roster of performers who will take part in the Los Angeles premiere of Dustin Lance Black's 8, to be offered as a ben…

Linked From TheaterMania at 09:13AM

Photo Flash: New Photos from NBC's SMASH - Will Chase and More! by BroadwayWorld

On the Monday, February 20th episode of NBC's SMASH entitled 'Enter Mr. DiMaggio', the search begins for a Joe DiMaggio to play opposite Marilyn-but everyone's first choice, Michael guest st…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 09:04AM

Nina Arianda (#332) - February, 2012 by American Theatre Wing

Nina Arianda’s star has never shone brighter. Recreating the off-Broadway role that her made a name to watch, the actress returns to Broadway in "Venus in Fur" in what the New York Times c…

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Whitney Houston’s Final Film ‘Sparkle’ to Get Broadway Makeover by David Rogers

It appears that the late Whitney Houston’s upcoming final film, “Sparkle,” may be heading to Broadway. Forbes reports that producer Howard Rosenman was so impressed with the unedited p…

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1000 Ways to Live by Adam Thurman

Over the last five years I have had the honor of working with all types of folks. In theory, the goal was for me to teach them stuff. In reality, I have learned as much from them as they hav…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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A Fifth Anniversary Message by Jan Simpson

Since yesterday was Valentine’s Day, my husband K and I took some time out to celebrate the great good luck of being able to share our love and lives with one another.   But&nbs…

Linked From Broadway & Me at 08:59AM

Guess Who's Coming to Dinner? Romeo and Juliet...and Stew by Frank Rizzo

Connecticut's Shakespeare on the Sound Offers Play with a Twist Guess who's coming to dinner? Romeo and Juilet and their whole damn families.

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The bookshelf by George Hunka

Just out from Eyecorner Press, Out of Silence: Censorship in Theatre & Performance, edited by Caridad Svich, brings together several essays by significant artists, scholars, and critics …

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THEATER BUFF: Sam J. Cahn of “Memphis” by Tom Mizer

Every third Wednesday, a fabulous actor/singer/dancer will fill out my nosey little questionnaire and offer a glimpse of what they look like from a bit closer than the mezzanine. For Februar…

Linked From thebroadwayblog.com at 08:32AM

Carol Kane sees 'Harvey'

Legit News: Cast set for Broadway revival

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Fuse Concert Review: Emmanuel Ax and the Boston Symphony Orchestra/Jaap van Zweden at Symphony Hall by Arts Fuse Editor

To judge from the all-around energetic playing of the BSO, it seems conductor Jaap van Zweden has struck a good rapport with the players and I, for one, look forward to hearing more from him…

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News: Full casting announced for Curve Gypsy, opens 15 Mar

The Curve Theatre, Leicester has announced full casting for its forthcoming production of Gypsy which opens on 15 March 2012 (previews from 10 March) starring, as previously announced, Carol…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 08:18AM

Michael Kahn writes about Strange Interlude for DC Theatre Scene by Lorraine Treanor

“Hello, I am Michael Kahn, the Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Welcome to my new blog.” So begins the first entry in what will be a series of eight weekly a…

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Adam Garcia cast in Chichester's Kiss Me, Kate by Natalie Woolman

Adam Garcia will star in Trevor Nunn's production of Kiss Me, Kate at Chichester Festival Theatre this summer.

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Theatre thought: Where is the UK’s theatre blogging community? by Jake Orr

In Matt Trueman’s Noises Off this week on the Guardian Blogs he highlighted the spat caused by the recently launched online publication The Globe Mail in Australia over its first ar…

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Feature: Jane Alexander Is One Lucky Lady by Gerard Raymond

The award-winning actress returns to the stage in Signature Theatre's revival of Edward Albee's The Lady From Dubuque.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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NY Review: 'CQ/CX' by Erik Haagensen

Gabe McKinley's thinly veiled fictionalization of the 2003 Jayson Blair journalism scandal rarely dips beneath the surface, playing more like an extended TV-drama episode than a thoughtful…

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"Dating Walter Dante" Chicago's Raven Theatre by John Olson

There is probably a good and entertaining play to be written around the premise of a woman dating an alleged wife killer, but this world premiere production at the Raven Theatre, sadly, isn'…

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"Barnum" in Chicago by John Olson

There are many things one might expect to find in a church school basementcoffee, donuts, Sunday school materialsbut not a full-scale production of a Broadway musical, and one which was kn…

Linked From TalkinBroadway at 07:44AM

FREEZE FRAME: MERRILY WE ROLL ALONG Original Cast Reunion at ENCORES! by Walter McBride

19 cast members of the original 1981 Broadway production of Stephen Sondheims Merrily We Roll Along, including leading actors Lonny Price, Ann Morrison and Jim Walton, were reunited at New Y…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:36AM

Stars of Vaudeville # 442: Junie McCree by Trav S.D.

  Junie McCree (born Gonzalvo Macrillo this day in 1866) earned a good living writing jokes, sketches and song lyrics for other vaudevillians, and performing on variety, vaudeville, burlesq…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 07:35AM

NY Review: 'Poetic License' by Mark Peikert

Jack Canfora's new drama about a renowned poet and his family is held hostage by its own hyper-articulate characters, leaving the plot stuck in second gear.

Linked From Backstage at 07:33AM

Simon Callow and Celia Imrie to feature in Sky Arts season celebrating Dickens, Wilde and Coward by Matthew Hemley

Simon Callow, Patricia Hodge, Celia Imrie, Stephen Fry and Sheila Hancock are to star in a season of programmes on Sky Arts celebrating the works of Charles Dickens, Oscar Wilde and Noel Cow…

Linked From The Stage Registration at 07:18AM

RSC production to be broadcast to 3,000 schools by Alistair Smith

Children at up to 3,000 secondary schools across the UK will be able to watch a Royal Shakespeare Company production broadcast 'as live' into their classrooms this summer, through an initiat…

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West End's MATILDA to Open on Broadway Spring 2013? by Rialto Chatter

The show transfered to London's West End and opened November 24 to tremendous critical acclaim. Today, Michael Riedel reports in the New York Post that the show is now aiming to open on Broa…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:00AM

BWW's On This Day - February 15, 2012

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on February 15 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:00AM

Review: The Broken Heart by Andy Propst

Theatre for a New Audience presents a riveting, ravishingly beautiful production of John Ford's tragedy.

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Musicals, Comedy and Mrs. Robinson at Ivoryton Playhouse Season by Frank Rizzo

The Ivoryton Playhous e’s 2012 season will be filled with music, comedy and Mrs. Robinson.

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NJ Stage bits: Richard Dreyfuss heads to Union by Peter Filichia

Peter Filichia lets us know what's happening on New Jersey stage

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And so we begin by Michael Kahn

Hello, I am Michael Kahn, the Artistic Director of the Shakespeare Theatre Company. Welcome to my new blog, “Stage Interludes from Michael Kahn.” Every Wednesday for the next eight weeks…

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Backstage: ETC supports Off West End Theatre Awards by The Stage

The recent Off West End Theatre Awards, also known as the Offies, saw Howard Hudson pick up the prize for best lighting designer, a category sponsored by ETC.

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Backstage: Date set for By Design Day charity event by The Stage

Design Day, the annual fundraising event for Light Relief in the UK and Behind the Scenes in the US and Canada, will take place on Tuesday, April 24.The main fundraising event for the charit…

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Backstage: Unusual Rigging moves NRC assessments by The Stage

Unusual Rigging has announced that, with immediate effect, all its NRC assessments will take place at the company's facility in Bugbrooke, Northamptonshire, including those originally schedu…

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Backstage: Creative & Cultural Skills celebrates apprenticeships milestone by The Stage

Creative & Cultural Skills is celebrating 1,000 young people being employed as creative apprentices across the UK, since the scheme launched in 2008.

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Backstage: PLASA 2012 free registration offer extended by The Stage

PLASA Events has extended the PLASA 2012 free registration offer. More than 6,000 people have already registered for this year's show, to be held at Earls Court in London from September 9-12.

Linked From The Stage Registration at 06:39AM

Will Eaves's top 10 siblings' stories by Will Eaves

From Sophocles to Shirley Jackson, the novelist chooses the best depictions of the pain and comedy that come with our closest relativesWill Eaves is the author of three novels, The Oversight…

Linked From The Guardian at 06:38AM

The Recruiting Officer, Donmar Warehouse, London

Sam Mendes was a hard act to follow as inaugural artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse.  But Michael Grandage overcame that difficulty with flamboyantly flying colours.

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The Recruting Officer, Donmar Warehouse, London

Sam Mendes was a hard act to follow as inaugural artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse.  But Michael Grandage overcame that difficulty with flamboyantly flying colours.

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I Believe... by Don Hall

...that sometimes I embrace the concept of "I'll sleep when I'm dead." and other times I just sleep LIKE I'm dead....that there is huge benefit in creating a plan, step by step, and then hav…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Cork Opera House reports rising losses by Michael Quinn

Operating losses at the Cork Opera House almost trebled in 2010/11 to more than €825,000 (£692,000) following a drop of more than a fifth in revenues to €3.84 million (£3.2 m…

Linked From The Stage Registration at 05:52AM

Full Service by Scotty Bowers with Lionel Friedberg - review by Bee Wilson

The memoirs of a Hollywood pimpIn his greatly underrated 2006 biography of Nicole Kidman, the film critic David Thomson explained why he had made the surprising decision not to meet the actr…

Linked From The Guardian at 05:35AM

Study Charts Actor Diversity on New York Stages by Suzy Evans

The Asian American Performers Action Coalition and Fordham University presented RepresentAsian on Monday night.

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The Recruiting Officer, Donmar Warehouse, London by Mark Shenton

Donmar Warehouse, London: This October will mark the Donmar Warehouse's 20th birthday since it re-opened as an independent producing theatre under Sam Mendes and, across its nearly two …

Linked From The Stage Registration at 05:21AM

Bobby Cannavale, John Benjamin Hickey & More Set for Celebrity Autobiography, 2/15 by BroadwayWorld

The Drama Desk Award-winning Celebrity Autobiography will perform its new edition,Celebrity Autobiography The Next Chapter on Wednesday, February 15, at 8pm, as a special benefit for SLAM So…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 05:00AM
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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1st Night Photos: Rourke's new Recruits party at Donmar

Love was definitely in the air at the Donmar Warehouse last night as Josie Rourke made her debut as artistic director of the venue with a revival of George Farquhar's classic …

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 04:45AM

Review: The Recruiting Officer ****

Josie Rourke bows as the new artistic director of the Donmar Warehouse in a blaze of footlights and coloured candles, red coats and muskets, live chickens and apples, and a poignant chorus o…

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Blog: Recruiting reflections

By an extraordinary coincidence, Josie Rourke's delightful revival of George Farquhar's The Recruiting Officer, with which she announces her tenure at the Donmar Warehouse, comes exactly twe…

Linked From WhatsOnStage at 04:13AM
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Blackwell’s ‘Hunger’ suffers in the translation at Lifeline Theatre

HEDY WEISS: Novel adaptation doesn’t lack for ambition, but a yearning for insight about Nazi siege of Leningrad goes unsated.

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Why Can't Asian-American Actors Get Cast In New York?

The New York Times 02/14/12

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Charles Dillingham to Serve as Interim Executive Director of Pasadena Playhouse by Sarah Moore

The board of directors of The Pasadena Playhouse has announced that Charles Dillingham will serve as interim Executive Director of the theater during the transition period following Stephen …

Linked From TheaterMania at 02:30AM

Anastasia Barzee, Quentin Earl Darrington, Jane Monheit, Jonathan Tunick Set for Broadway at Birdland Concerts by Andy Propst

An updated March lineup has been announced for the Broadway at Birdland concert series. The series will present singer Anastasia Barzee on Monday, March 5 at 7pm; The Niko Songbook with Que…

Linked From TheaterMania at 02:26AM
Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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When an opening night isn't an opening night by Mark Shenton


It used to be simple — and once upon a time, it used to be very simple; the first night was the first performance. That’s still the case with opera and ballet productions, though they…

Linked From The Stage Registration at 01:55AM

Stuff To Ponder: What About Engaging Arts Organizations? by Joe Patti

Taking up where I left off yesterday, one of the last things I mentioned was that arts people might have an easier time shifting their perceptions to be more inclusive of what constitutes ar…

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Wednesday, February 15, 2012 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Broadway Ladies: Ms. February 2012: Celia Keenan-Bolger by JK

PLEASE TAKE A MOMENT TO VOTE IN THIS MONTH'S POLL AND IN ROUND 3 OF HOT/HOTTER (LOOK TO YOUR LEFT)!Ms. Broadway February 2012Celia Keenan-BolgerWHY SHE'S MS. BROADWAY:  It is reall…

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Love and death, and family, in olden times by Frank Scheck

Love proves lethal in John Ford’s 1629 revenge drama “The Broken Heart.” Theatre for a New Audience’s stylish rendition of this difficult and rarely performed play captures all of it…

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Waltzing to get ‘Matilda’ by Michael Riedel

A hit musical to producers is like red meat to carnivores. When one comes along, they scrap and claw for a hunk and then tear into it with abandon. The show they’re salivating over right n…

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William Shatner boldly goes just about everywhere in his career by David Ng

Shatner's career is defined by a bottomless capacity to try it all -- nothing is too weird or outlandish and selling out is nothing to be ashamed of.Shatner s career is defined by a bottomle…

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Marion Simon, nee Faggen by League of Professional Theatre Women

Administrator / Fundraiser New York, New York USA At age 90, my greatest inspiration comes from waking up and facing the day. I loved Providence but am happiest in NYC and grateful to LPTW f…

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CPC's Video of the Week, February 15, 2012 by The Charlebois Post

Part II of the "documentary" series made bySidemart Theatrical Grocery for Scientific Americans (see Part I here)

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'Gammage Project' an ambitious work

There are three main questions raised by "The Gammage Project," Attilio Favorini's ambitious, sprawling new theater piece.

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Glenne Headly, Ed Harris, Bill Pullman Haunt The Jacksonian, Beth Henley's New Work, Opening Feb. 15 by Andrew Gans and Kenneth Jones

The world premiere of The Jacksonian, the new Southern-set play by Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley (Crimes of the Heart), officially opens Feb. 15 following previews that began Feb. 7 in t…

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TT: Snapshot

A 1958 BBC TV interview with Kingsley Amis: (This is the latest in a series of arts-related videos that appear...

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TT: Almanac

"The stupid believe that to be truthful is easy; only the artist, the great artist, knows how difficult it is."...

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A Wickedly Fun and Commanding Kevin Spacey in BAM's Richard III

One of the great villains of the stage, Shakespeare’s Richard III, is in power once again. Kevin Spacey, who's played plenty of villains on the big screen, is under Sam Mendes’s directio…

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Wordplay gives 'Elder Hostages' a lift

Must be "senior awareness month" on the local stage.

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Poetic License, With Geraint Wyn Davies, Opens Off-Broadway Feb. 15 by Adam Hetrick

"24" star Geraint Wyn Davies leads the cast of Jack Canfora's Poetic License, a drama about a literature professor whose success may be a work of fiction, which officially open…

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Sailors and the Sea Wash Over St. Ann's Warehouse In O'Neill's Early Plays Beginning Feb. 15 by Adam Hetrick

The world premiere of Early Plays, the Wooster Group and New York City Players' adaptation of the works of Eugene O'Neill, debuts Feb. 15 at St. Ann's Warehouse.

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New Musical February House, With Stanley Bahorek and Kacie Sheik, Begins at Long Wharf Feb. 15 by Adam Hetrick

February House, the new musical by Gabriel Kahane and Seth Bockley, which brings to life a host of bohemian intellectuals, artists and icons of the 1940's, begins performances Feb. 15 at…

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Grease Star Carole Demas Celebrates Summer Nights at the Laurie Beechman Feb. 15 by Michael Gioia

Carole Demas, who starred as Sandy in the original Broadway company of Grease, brings her cabaret act, Summer Nights, to the Laurie Beechman Theatre Feb. 15.

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Irish Rep's Beyond the Horizon, Eugene O'Neill's Pulitzer-Winning Work, Begins Off-Broadway Feb. 15 by Andrew Gans and Kenneth Jones

Rod Brogan, Patricia Conolly, Lucas Hall, Jonathan Judge-Russo, Aimee Laurence, Joanna Leister, Wrenn Schmidt, David Sitler and John Thomas Wait are featured in Irish Repertory Theatre's…

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CQ/CX, Inspired by the Journalism Scandal That Rocked the Times, Opens Off-Broadway Feb. 15 by Andrew Gans and Kenneth Jones

Gabe McKinley's CQ/CX, the fact-inspired drama about a journalism scandal, officially opens Off-Broadway Feb. 15 following previews that began Jan. 25 at the Peter Norton Space on West 4…

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