Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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'The Tonight Show' to Become 'The Cher Show' As Late-Night T.V. Opens Up to Marketers by Marc Hershberg

NBC is turning one of its crown jewels into a commercial.

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Ain’t No Mo’ by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Delving into black life and attitudes now, the play is hilarious - but not laugh-out-loud funny. Unfortunately, in Stevie Walker-Webb’s fine production at The Public’s LuEsther Theater, …

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Writers Rally, Agents Dig In Over The Weekend by Artsjournal2

Writers vs. agents heated up over the weekend, and the sides don’t look any closer than they were last week. “The contract battle between the WGA and Association of Talent Agents came to…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:48PM

Dear Tasha Lawrence: A Letter About ‘All Our Children’ by Leonard Jacobs

You have a tough scene late in the play. You probably know it -- what you do at the end of it. The post Dear Tasha Lawrence: A Letter About ‘All Our Children’ appeared first on Clyde Fit…

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Dance Preview: Local dancers keep Alvin Ailey’s spirit alive! by Carolyn Kelemen

More than any other major dance company, the world-famous Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater attracts an audience looking for a fun night on the town. These fans – who will no doubt be out…

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Arts and culture under the Coalition: a lurch between aggression and apathy by Arts Review

This article is part of a series examining the Coalition government’s record on key issues while in power and what Labor is promising if it wins the 2019 federal election. What happens whe…

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Sleepless in Seattle Musical Details | POPSUGAR Entertainment by Danielle Jackson

According to Forbes, the 1993 rom-com is being made into a musical as we speak. Forbes reported that the show's producers, Michael Rose and David Shor, have already obtained the rights to…

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Alan Cumming talks of the acting life and becoming an American in Escondido show by James Hebert

Tony Award-winning performer set for one-night turn in 'Legal Immigrant' at California Center for the Arts, Escondido

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2019 Tony Awards nominations: Will ‘Be More Chill,’ ‘Hadestown’ or ‘Tootsie’ lead among musicals? by Sam Eckmann

Unlike recent Broadway seasons, this year’s Tony Award race for Best Musical is wide open. This is one of the few points on which David Buchanan and myself agree. As Tony season begins to …

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Elisabeth Moss Has a Reputation for Darkness. ‘Her Smell’ Is No Exception. by Joe Coscarelli

The actress has been beaten down in “Us,” “The Handmaid’s Tale” and much more, but her new film, set in the world of ’90s rock, may be even bleaker.

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2019 Tony Awards eligibility rulings (Round 3): Harvey Fierstein’s surprise return to the race by Sam Eckmann

00The Tony Awards Administration Committee met for the third time in the 2018-2019 Broadway season, and announced eligibility rulings for the 73rd Annual Tony Awards. Seven productions were …

Linked From Gold Derby at 09:26PM

Review: ‘A Comedy of Tenors’ at Olney Theatre Center by Bob Ashby

Things are getting silly at the Olney Theatre Center these days. Very, very, silly. Very skillfully silly, in the production of Ken Ludwig’s A Comedy of Tenors. A follow-on to Ludwig’s h…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 09:24PM

White Night expands across Melbourne and beyond by Arts Review

Victoria’s annual White Night will return to Melbourne across three huge nights in August 2019, thanks to support from the Victorian Government. Minister for Sport, Tourism and Major Event…

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THE CRADLE WILL ROCK Unsteadily by Peter Filichia

The time is right for THE CRADLE WILL ROCK – more’s the pity. Despite the musical’s octogenarian status, many lines...Continue Reading The post THE CRADLE WILL ROCK Unsteadily appeared…

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Monday, April 15, 2019 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Laurie Metcalf Will Be Back on Broadway in 2020, More Exciting “In the Heights” Casting, Betsy Wolfe, Michael Urie to Lead “High Button Shoes” [display_podcast] “Today on B…

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All Our Children by Sandi Durell

    By Tania Fisher   Although this play is set against the backdrop of one of the most horrific periods of our history, as well as the heavy subject matter that the play specifically foc…

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Sydney Opera House announces Principal Partner Expression of Interest by Arts Review

The Sydney Opera House has launched an Expression of Interest (EOI) process to select a principal corporate partner. This is the first time the Opera House has undertaken an open process to …

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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BIBI ANDERSSON, SWEDISH ACTRESS AND MUSE OF INGMAR BERGMAN, DIES AT 83 by Robert Shuman

(Harrison Smith’s article appeared in the Washington Post, 4/14.) Bibi Andersson, a Swedish actress whose portrayals of chaste schoolgirls, beguiling young women and tortured wives made he…

Linked From stagevoices.com at 07:58PM

Theatre Review: ‘A Glorious Concert’ by Chesapeake Choral Arts Society by Kaylin Beach

We are all familiar with Christmas Carols featuring the Latin words ‘Gloria in excelsis Deo’ as a refrain. How many of us, however, speak Latin? The translation of these words is ‘Glor…

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Magic Time!: Inside the DC Jail with Liza Jessie Peterson and ‘The Peculiar Patriot’ by John Stoltenberg

Actor and Playwright Liza Jessie Peterson is an extraordinary artist/activist. Tucked inside her uproarious one-woman show, The Peculiar Patriot—which she performs through April 20, 2019, …

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 07:52PM

Review: ‘A New Brain’ at the Colonial Players of Annapolis by William Powell

Harmonious voices! Hilarious hoofing! A dancing frog! With over 30 songs packed into its 90 minutes, the Colonial Players’ A New Brain is a magnificent autobiographical musical comedy that…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 07:47PM

Nashville Symphony Hires First African-American Principal In 50 Years by Artsjournal1

Titus Underwood has been acting principal oboe for more than a year and has just been awarded the position permanently. A graduate of the Cleveland Institute of Music and The Juilliard Schoo…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Washington National Opera Commissions New Work About Black Teen Shot By White Police Officer by Artsjournal1

“With a libretto by Tazewell Thompson and music by Jeanine Tesori, Blue complicates the narrative by making the teen’s father — played by local bass Kenneth Kellogg — a police office…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

This Is The Director Who Sued Her Government For The Chance To Show Her Film In Her Own Country by Artsjournal2

Wanuri Kahiu isn’t happy with how much trolling and nastiness she’s gotten since her film Rafiki was banned in Kenya because it positively depicted a same-sex relationship. But middle fi…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Equity Must Be At The Heart Of Local Arts Agencies’ Finding Work. Here’s Why by Artsjournal1

“If the field is not investing in the artistic and cultural traditions of every aspect of their community, then we are not fulfilling our purpose. … The historically inequitable distribu…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Gary Stewart, Who Turned Rhino Records Into An Essential Label, Has Died At 63 by Artsjournal2

Stewart did a lot more than run Rhino and help get playlists onto iTunes as an Apple exec. He “advocated for lesser known, unjustly dismissed or overlooked music by artists including the M…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Yeah, We Were Lied To: Emily Dickinson Was Actually A Trailblazing Rebel Artist by Artsjournal2

Molly Shannon, an actor who spent years on Saturday Night Live, didn’t think much of or about Dickinson until she got the chance to play her in a new movie. Then things changed. Shannon: …

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Brazilian President Who Says The Holocaust ‘Can Be Forgiven’ To Be Honored In A Private Event At NY Museum by Artsjournal2

The American Museum of Natural History said on Twitter that it was “deeply concerned” and “exploring its options” as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is set to be honored at a gala…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Author Beverly Cleary Just Turned 103, And Her Most Important Creation Helps Kids And Adults Make Sense Of The World by Artsjournal2

Ramona Quimby “is a plain girl in the suburbs. Nothing remarkable happens to her, no one notices her particularly, nor does she have the power to make her own magic.” And yet. – LitHub

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When The Star Of A Ring Cycle Is The Traditional Villain by Artsjournal2

At the Met, “the typically villainous Alberich — the dwarfish Nibelung of the title — is portrayed with nobility and nuance by Tomasz Konieczny, in a stunning company debut.” – The…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Mathematicians Just Discovered The ‘Perfect’ Way To Multiply by Artsjournal2

Basically, this is the fastest way … so far. Things still might change, but “it splits up digits, uses an improved version of the fast Fourier transform, and takes advantage of other adv…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:36PM

Night At The Museum by Artsjournal2

Sure, Hyperallergic was joking about overnights at the Met Museum, but this is real: The Louvre is offering a one-night AirBnB experience. Why? To try to make the museum “cool.” – Le M…

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BLACK EXODUS by Sandy MacDonald

Promising new playwright Jordan E. Cooper gives a high-speed crash course in race relations.

Linked From Theater News Online at 07:06PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Lives Unworthy of Life? ‘All Our Children’ at Sheen Center by Matthew Wexler

Stephen Unwin’s new play is set against a forgotten chapter of the Holocaust, the murder of disabled children and young people, remembering those who died and those who fought against this…

Linked From The Broadway Blog at 05:48PM

Tandavam Events’ Radhika Rao Discusses Indian Classical Dance and ‘Trilochana’ by Barbara Mackay

If you are not from the great sub-continent of India or do not have any Indian friends, you might be forgiven for not knowing that there is a healthy culture of Indian classical dance in the…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 05:29PM

INK FESTIVAL – Halesworth Cut – envoi 2019 by Libby Purves and Friends

REFLECTIONS ON A RICH SEA OF INK…        I saw 22 plays in two days,  but it was hardly half a bite of what was on offer.   In three days there were  40 , each performed several ……

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UK PREMIERE of Michel Legrand’s Tony-nominated musical Amour: Q&A with director and cast by Terri Paddock

When: 13th May 2019 @ 7:30 pm – 10:30 pm Where: Charing Cross Theatre, The Arches, Villiers Street, London WC2N 6NL Oscar-winning French musical composer, conductor and …

Linked From Terri Paddock at 05:14PM

BWW Exclusive: Meet the Cast of LES MISERABLES on PBS - Bishop Myriel by BroadwayWorld

We're counting down to Les Miserables on PBS In today's feature, meet the Bishop Andrew Davies' six-part drama adaptation of Victor Hugo's 19th century classic will delve deep into the many …

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Review: ‘All Our Children’ at The Sheen Center by Deb Miller

Among the unimaginable atrocities perpetrated under Adolf Hitler’s command was Aktion T4 (or the “Euthanasia Decree”) – the systematic murder of an estimated 200,000 people with disa…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 05:00PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Nobody Knows You When You’re Down And Out by Stephen Farrow

(Yes, I’m playing catch-up. The production closed two weeks ago. Deal with it.) Meet the Baum family: Moe and Rose, comfortably-off Manhattanites who lose almost everything in the 1929 sto…

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CHRISTOPHER HAMPTON: ‘A GERMAN LIFE’ REVIEW – MAGGIE SMITH SHINES AS GOEBBELS’ SECRETARY by Robert Shuman

(Michael Billlington’s article appeared in the Guardian, 4/12.) Absent from the stage for 12 years, Maggie Smith returns in triumph. But this is no barnstorming performance. She plays, w…

Linked From stagevoices.com at 04:13PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Intra Muros Q&A video and photos: What is the point of theatre? How do actors marry up their dual lives? by Terri Paddock

What does theatre mean to you? How do actors marry up the dual emotional demands of their chosen profession? How many ‘characters’ or versions of ourselves to the rest of us play in our …

Linked From Terri Paddock at 03:55PM

Review: The Women of ‘Plano’ Are All About Men by Laura Collins-Hughes

In this comedy by Will Arbery, three sisters slip-slide through time in a brightly heightened reality.

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Doreen Taylor Gets Her ‘Oscar’ by Founder

An Off-Broadway musical fronts a hologram of Oscar Hammerstein II -- and faces headwinds. The post Doreen Taylor Gets Her ‘Oscar’ appeared first on Clyde Fitch Report.

Linked From Clyde Fitch Report at 03:46PM

“Oklahoma!” at Circle in the Square Theatre by Admin

It’s odd, but true. I still vividly remember certain sounds that wafted up to me in the second balcony of the St. James Theatre on Broadway in 1944 when, as a teenager, I saw the original …

Linked From onandoffbroadwaytheaterreviews.com at 03:39PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Are you doing what you really love? by Victoria Cairl

My house is filled with artwork right now. Continue reading on Medium »

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In 'Grinning From Fear to Fear,' Second City e.t.c. nails that tricky blend of peace, laughs and understanding by Chris Jones

Despite the title — or maybe because of the title — there’s a real warmth to “Grinning From Fear to Fear,” the new revue from Second City’s e.t.c. company and the director, Annel…

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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#MeToo story finds power in its normalcy by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Drama about a complex sexual encounter is informative for those who can’t relate to the #MeToo movement, and empowering for those who do.

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Maggie Smith: Still at the top of her game as she returns to the stage after 12 years by Christopher Rawson

The 84-year-old Dame Maggie appears in the one-woman play “A German Life,” which opened April 12 at London’s Bridge Theatre.

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The world according to Nicky: “now my hand is ready for my heart” at La MaMa by Maura Donohue

After over a decade hiatus in making work, with “now my hand is ready for my heart” downtown icon, Nicky Paraiso gushes forth while looking back on several lived lives in Nickyworld.

Linked From Culture Bot at 01:12PM

Making Dance Out Of T.S. Eliot’s Poetry (And We Don’t Mean ‘CATS’) by Artsjournal2

How to make sense of Eliot’s “Four Quartets”? The choreographer isn’t sure, even after years of work. Pam Tanowitz: “It’s massive, it’s hard, it’s abstract. I still don’t u…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:04PM

James Winn, Biographer Of Queen Anne And Dryden, And A Master Of The Flute, Has Died At 71 by Artsjournal2

Winn didn’t like the way that the academic world tended to get itself twisted into silos, he said, which is why he wrote about cultural life during Queen Anne’s reign, the poetry of war,…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:04PM

John Patitucci: Soul of the Bass by Artsjournal2

Keeping up with “music of quality that deserves even greater attention.” – Doug Ramsey

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:04PM

Happy National Poetry Month, And Please Enjoy These Cat Poems by Artsjournal2

Apparently, cat poems are a thing, and LitHub wants you to know that the cats did not write the poems (in case anyone was confused). The list starts with the 18th century English poet Christ…

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Propwatch: The glasses in ‘A German Life’ by Artsjournal2

Dame Maggie Smith has to deal with glasses continually during her 100-minute monologue. – David Jays

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The Power Behind The ‘Thrones’ by Artsjournal2

According to the showrunners, without one woman, Game of Thrones on HBO would never have gotten far at all. Bernadette Caulfield, the executive producer, was in charge of all of this: “Wit…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 01:04PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)
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This Week on Broadway for April 14, 2019: Oklahoma: Sexy? Angry? Not your mom’s OK!? by James Marino

Jena Tesse Fox, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere review Oklahoma @ Circle in the Square, White Noise @ The Public Theater, Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie @ Ars Nova at Greenwich House, Charl…

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BWW Invite: RSVP Now to Watch a Live Q&A With Kelli O'Hara, Will Chase, and More From KISS ME, KATE! by BroadwayWorld

SAG-AFTRA Foundation and BroadwayWorld have partnered for a filmed Conversations QampA series to recognize and celebrate the vibrant theatre community in New York City and the actors who asp…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:06PM

Broadway at the Cabaret: Jarrod Spector, Derek Klena, Pronoun Showdown & More! by BroadwayWorld

What good is sitting alone in your room this week If you don't already have plans to see a Broadway show, come out to see your favorite Broadway stars in a cabaret act instead. After Broadwa…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:06PM

What to Know About the Greek Mythology Characters in Broadway’s Hadestown by Ruthie Fierberg

Eva Noblezada, Reeve Carney, Amber Gray, Patrick Page, and André De Shields offer a glimpse into their onstage alter egos.

Linked From Playbill at 12:00PM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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A brilliant mashup of genres, generations fuels ‘Cambodian Rock Band’ by Steven Oxman - For The Sun-Times

There really isn’t a dull moment in the play, but the variation in what is entertaining about it couldn’t be more disparate from first act to second.

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Tom Segura at Chicago Theatre: He's genuinely interested in your offense by Zach Freeman

Comedian Tom Segura has a message for anyone offended by his jokes (or, as he put it Saturday night during the second of two sold-out shows at the Chicago Theatre, anyone who tells him, “I…

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The Modern Music Man: He Plays 70 Instruments and Video Games, Too by Elizabeth A. Harris

Just 28, Charlie Rosen has been working on Broadway for a decade, but his interests are as varied as the instruments he plays.

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Nathan Lane: Take a Look Back on His Vast and Diverse Career by Stephanie Wild

Nathan Lane has returned to Broadway this season in the new play Gary A Sequel to Titus Andronicus. Lane has had an extremely diverse career, spanning over 30 years. From comedic musicals, t…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 11:06AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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‘I was super stoked’: Milpitas High School students treated to concert, festival by Joseph Geha

“This is way better than the school assemblies,” Dia A., a freshman at Milpitas High School, said Thursday.

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With Brexit In The Background, Game Of Thrones Bids Farewell To Belfast by Artsjournal2

Like New Zealand and Lord of the Rings, Belfast became a major tourist attraction thanks to its starring role across eight seasons of Game of Thrones. One local artist who spent a year makin…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:42AM

The CIA Scheme That Brought ‘Dr. Zhivago’ To The World by Artsjournal2

OK, fine, everything we thought was good in art from the 1950s and 1960s was indeed funded by the CIA in some way. As for Dr. Zhivago, “Literary propaganda was a company-wide preoccupation…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:42AM

This Week, A Calmer Pizza Party And Potluck To ‘Decolonize’ The Whitney by Artsjournal2

The quickest way to the heart, and all that: “The activists offered pizza and veggie dumplings to protestors and members of the museum’s staff in an action far less boisterous than in pr…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 10:42AM

London’s new theatre building boom by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo London is in the midst of a new theatre building boom. Take a look at the great new performance spaces appearing in the capital. This post London’s new theatre building boo…

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Mrs Noah fights back: 'It's about extinction. There is no bigger story' by Arifa Akbar

Among the protesters heading for parliament are Noah’s family and Ade Adepitan as God in a suit. April De Angelis talks about turning the biblical flood into riotous drama On Monday, a day…

Linked From The Guardian at 10:18AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Ignore The National Theatre’s Male-Playwright-Only Season by Artsjournal2

The reality is, the National Theatre is a leader in supporting women in theatre, at least according to one of its lighting designers. “If we want to give voices to women, then we need safe…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:42AM

The Winners Of The LA Times Book Prizes Cover Today’s Hot Topics by Artsjournal2

And also the hot topics of 80 years ago. While Rebecca Makkai won best novel for The Great Believers, “Julia Boyd won the History prize for chronicling the Nazi party’s ascent to power i…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:42AM

Issa Rae On Starring In A Movie With The Youngest Producer In Hollywood History by Artsjournal2

That’s right, Rae (of Insecure fame) shares the screen with a young woman who conceived of the movie when she was 10 and then executive- produced it at 14. “The bullying that the young […

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:42AM

Parents Lead Push To Remove Sackler Name From Harvard Building by Artsjournal2

Parents who lost children to the opioid epidemic are pushing Harvard to take the Sackler name off a building that used to host the Arthur Sackler Art Museum. One: “Harvard, we want the Sac…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:42AM

A Playwright Who’s Been Dead For 80 Years Is At The Heart Of Contemporary German Theatre by Artsjournal2

Really, why is Odon von Horvath so incredibly popular in Germany right now? Oh: “European directors have rushed to rediscover Horvath, who chronicled the struggles of ordinary people durin…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 09:42AM

Interview: JaBen Early in Arena Stage’s ‘Junk’ by Barbara Mackay

JaBen Early is a Washingtonian through and through. His father worked at the Smithsonian, and his mother was a teacher in DC. He went to Morehouse College and Sarah Lawrence University, and …

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 09:17AM

Now What? by David Dower

By David Dower. David Dower, artistic director of ArtsEmerson, reflects on the many recent leadership changes in North American theatre and asks, “What now?”

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Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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For National Dolphin Day: We Catch and Release “Flipper” by Trav S.D.

Happy National Dolphin Day! It seems these days that practically every animal species on earth has a human fanbase and a national day or international day of celebration, but few actually pr…

Linked From Trav S.D. at 08:42AM

Bay Area calendar: Home and garden tours, music and more by Lisa Herendeen

events, comedy, theatre, culinary, food, music, animals, ballet, concert, circus, art, exhibition, kids, choir, alchemy, wine, chocolate, beer

Linked From San Jose Mercury News at 08:00AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: THE CLINIC, Southwark Playhouse by Cindy Marcolina

Southwark Playhouse Young Company premieres Papatango award-winning playwright James Rushbrooke's new play, The Clinic.

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:42AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Exclusive: The Origins And History Of KING LEAR by Alexa Criscitiello

This season, Broadway welcomes a new production of William Shakespeare's King Lear, starring two-time Academy Award winner, two-time Emmy Award winner, and 2018 Tony Award winner Glenda Jack…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 05:33AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Heart of Darkness review – challenging reconstruction of Conrad by Clare Brennan

Theatre Royal, YorkImitating the Dog interrogate their own staging of the controversial novella as well as its themesJoseph Conrad’s 1899 novella tells of the steamboat journey undertaken …

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The week in theatre: West Side Story; Little Miss Sunshine; Ghost Stories – review by Susannah Clapp

Royal Exchange, Manchester; Arcola; Lyric Hammersmith, LondonOut go the finger clicks but the knife crime stays in Sarah Frankcom’s vital reworking of West Side Story. And Little Miss Suns…

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She Persisted review – a fine rebalance by Lisa Allardice

Sadler’s Wells, LondonFrida Kahlo meets Pina Bausch in English National Ballet’s dazzling celebration of female choreographersIn 2016 Tamara Rojo, artistic director of English National B…

Linked From The Guardian at 04:48AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Shines On with James Snyder & a Company of New Stars by Andy Lefkowitz

A new slate of cast members began spreading magic across Broadway in Harry Potter and the Cursed Child on March 20. The fresh group of stars joined the Tony-winning two-part play upon the …

Linked From Broadway.com at 02:12AM
Sunday, April 14, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Do You Feel Anger? - The Dangers of Running with the Herd by [email protected] (judd Hollander)

Reviewed by Judd Hollander Trying to see things from another's point of view can be an admirable trait. But when one sacrifices their own principles in the process, even if they believe it…

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Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 4/13/2019

BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar for the week - updated on 4132019.

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Minor Adventures with Topher Grace — variations on the celebrity podcast

This new series injects a tired format with a refreshing dose of silliness

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Claybourne Elder, Hannah Elless, and Bryce Pinkham Star in Paper Mill’s Benny & Joon Musical, Opening April 14 by Andrew Gans

Colin Hanlon, Paolo Montalban, Natalie Toro, and more are also part of the cast.

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The Best Musical Tony Award Debate: 1973 by Mark Robinson

This week’s debate takes us back to 1973, a year were anything was likely to happen and where two musicals (out of four nominees) were really the chief contenders for Best Musical, and t…

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