Monday, April 15, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

Amity Dry: Fortified by Arts Review

Amity Dry returns with a powerful new cabaret show, Fortified at Chapel Off Chapel for a strictly limited season from 1 May 2019. This is a war story. But there are no guns and ammo, just an…

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Mrs. Murray’s Menagerie by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

Those who loved The Mad Ones’ "Miles for Mary" which had an extended run at Playwrights Horizons last year after its premiere at The Brooklyn Starr in 2016, will be greatly disappointed by…

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Georgia Engel, Star of The Mary Tyler Moore Show & The Drowsy Chaperone, Dies at 70 by Andy Lefkowitz

Georgia Engel, a soft-spoken actress celebrated for her comedic work in sitcoms, plays and musicals, died on April 12 in Princeton, NJ. The cause of death is currently undetermined, as Engel…

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When BSO’s OrchKids Show Up, Good Things Happen by Whitney Fishburn

In the early 1990s, I lived in New Orleans at the corner of Philip and Constance streets. At the time, it was the transition zone between the toney Garden District and the St. Thomas project…

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Netflix changes the way TV production is paid for

Streaming service will drip-feed $19.3bn to producers over the next five years

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Theatre company Outside the March takes its audience to the movies by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

The 10th anniversary season will feature Annie Baker’s The Flick, set in a cinema, and the immersive production The Tape Escape in an old Queen Video storefront.

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

How the actor behind King Kong’s mighty roar got his gig by John Crudele

Jon Hoche has a truly unique job. In fact, I think it’s safe to say that nobody else in the country or even in the world earns a living doing what Hoche does. Hoche, you see, is the voice …

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‘World of Dance’ recap: Duels Round 2 gets heated by Admin

The World of Dance competition continued to heat up as the Junior Team acts faced off for a spot in the Cut round. The two highest scoring eliminated acts from the Junior Team Division wen…

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All Australian cast announced for the Sydney season of the Off_Broadway cult comedy hit PUFFS by Arts Review

The all-Australian ensemble cast has been announced for the highly anticipated Sydney season of PUFFS; or Seven Increasingly Eventful Years at a Certain School of Magic & Magic which kic…

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Alan Wasser, Tony-Winning Broadway General Manager, Dies at 70 by Jordan Moreau

Alan Wasser, a veteran Broadway general manager who received an honorary Tony Award, died from complications from Parkinson’s disease in New York on Sunday. He was 70. Wasser founded Alan …

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Lady Bos Productions’ ‘….that’s what she said’ II: Dance stories can be enough by Admin

Boston University Dance Theater, Boston, MA. March 30, 2019. Kristin Wagner, creative director of Lady Bos Productions, opened up the second installment of her show, “….that’s what sh…

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2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award nominations announced by Arts Review

With more than 600 shows on offer, nominees for the 2019 Melbourne International Comedy Festival Award nominations have been announced – recognising the best and brightest shows and comedi…

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Review: In ‘17 Border Crossings,’ Some Areas Are Left Unexplored by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Thaddeus Phillips’s genial show retreats every time things get sticky or uncomfortable.

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VIDEO: On The Red Carpet At The BURN THIS Opening Night Party by Stage Tube

Tonight BroadwayWorld hit the red carpet at opening night of the first Broadway revival of Burn This. Get the scoop on the fiery new revival starring Keri Russell and Adam Driver before it o…

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Los Angeles Theater Review: TINY BEAUTIFUL THINGS (Pasadena Playhouse) by Tony Frankel

CHICKEN SOUP FOR THE THEATER Well, there certainly is nothing wrong with good advice. And there’s plenty of that in the structurally unconventional Tiny Beautiful Things, Nia Vardalos’s …

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Veteran Actor Georgia Engel Passes Away At Age 70 by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of veteran actor of stage and screen. Georgia Engel.

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Georgia Engel, ‘Mary Tyler Moore Show’ Star, Dies at 70 by Erin Nyren

Georgia Engel, who played the soft-spoken Georgette Baxter on “The Mary Tyler Moore Show,” died Friday in Princeton, N.J. She was 70. John Quilty, Engel’s friend and executor, told the…

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Registrations now open for 2019 Melbourne Fringe Festival by Arts Review

Running from 12 – 29 September, the 2019 Melbourne Fringe Festival is flinging its giant retractable arms wide open to welcome all artists with registrations for participants now open. Mel…

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Stage and Screen Veteran Georgia Engel Dies at 70 by Ryan McPhee

Ms. Engel’s myriad theatre credits included the original production of Hello, Dolly! and, most recently, the musical Half Time.

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Black Faces in “White Spaces”: Diverse Storytelling in Theater by Mo Brady

by Ashley De La Rosa Ashley De La Rosa (right, with Curtis Holland) …

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17 Border Crossings: Thaddeus Phillips Journeys With Great Success by David Finkle

★★★★ A unique look at how differently borders are patrolled around the globe, directed by Tatiana Mallarino The post 17 Border Crossings: Thaddeus Phillips Journeys With Great Succ…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Georgia Engel, Gentle-Voiced ‘Mary Tyler Moore’ Actress, Is Dead at 70 by Neil Genzlinger

After gaining fame as the blustery newsman Ted Baxter’s love interest, Ms. Engel went on to “Everybody Loves Raymond” and more.

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Podcast: Irish Dance on Razzle Dazzle Radio by Guest Author

Professional Irish Dance Teacher Maureen Berry joins us today to talk about her history with the craft as well as some exciting upcoming projects!! 

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Gather Your Neighbors For A Castle Raising by Joe Patti

I am always up for spreading around awesome ideas that people execute. I wanted to give a shout out to my old collaborators, at the Creative Cult. They have been involved with all sorts of c…

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Pulitzer for music goes to Ellen Reid for her first opera, ‘prism’ by Deborah Vankin

Ellen Reid, the Los Angeles composer whose debut opera centered on a young woman’s agonizing struggle with the psychological effects of sexual assault, has won the Pulitzer Prize for music…

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Chicago’s Up and Coming: A Preview of Synapse Arts’ “New Works” at the Hamlin Park Fieldhouse by Alyssa Motter

Synapse's program provides essential resources, professional development and mentorship to unique artists at a crucial moment along their artistic path.

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Cappies Review: ‘The Sound of Music’ at St. Andrew’s Episcopal School by Guest Author

Review submitted by Chris Polio of Northwest High School. Music can bring family together, and can represent the connection between people. St. Andrew’s Episcopal school reimagined the sto…

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People’s Light presents Sarah Ruhl’s ‘For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday’ by Cameron Kelsall

Sarah Ruhl’s moving family dramedy ‘For Peter Pan on Her 70th Birthday’ receives an uneven staging at People’s Light. Cameron Kelsall reviews.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 4/15

Welcome to this week's edition of BroadwayWorld's exclusive WEEKLY GROSSES ANALYSIS - read on for all the weekly grosses statistics for the movers and shakers from the latest grosses, for th…

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Concert Review: ‘ECCO – East Coast Chamber Orchestra’ at Candlelight Concert Society by Susan Brall

The Candlelight Concert Society changes venues for the day and presented “ECCO – East Coast Chamber Orchestra Program-An Ancient Walkabout” at the Linehan Concert Hall on the campus of…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Theatre Review: ‘A New Brain’ at The Colonial Players of Annapolis by Andrew Parr

Occasionally, you walk away from a play or musical and think, “Huh, I wonder what it would be like to pick the playwright’s brain because that was a unique show.” The Colonial Players …

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King Kong Standout Peter Chursin on How Auditioning for Madonna Led Him to Broadway by Caitlin Moynihan

Peter ChursinWhen Peter Chursin's mother signed him up for tap dance classes to keep him busy in the summer as a five-year-old, she had no idea that she was putting him on a path that would …

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Concert Review: ‘Lewis Black’ at Strathmore by Susan Brall

On Sunday, April 13 the Strathmore in North Bethesda, Maryland presented the comedy of Lewis Black.  Black is known for his acerbic, angry wit and his off-beat look into social and politica…

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Porchlight’s intimate ‘Chorus Line’ staging magnifies every movement and emotion by Kris Vire - For The Sun-Times

Unlike some renditions of the crowd-pleasing musical, this one displays deep empathy for the dancers.

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Researcher Claims To Have Discovered Shakespeare’s Home In London by Artsjournal

“The place where Shakespeare lived in London gives us a more profound understanding of the inspirations for his work and life. Within a few years of migrating to London from Stratford, he …

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Judi Dench turns 'Cats' catastrophe into triumph playing Old Deuteronomy in movie version by Usa Today, Bryan Alexander, Usa Today

Judi Dench will star in the upcoming "Cats" movie 38 years after she had to pull out of the original London production of the famed musical.        

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Check Out the New Moulin Rouge! Marquee Lighting Up Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The stage adaptation of the Baz Luhrmann film will begin performances June 28 at the Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

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Patrick Page stops by HQ to chat about starring as Hades in Hadestown and more with Beth Stevens.

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Remembering the Impish, Adventurous Ed Stern by American Theatre Editors

In every show he directed at my theatre, he'd always try to work in a cigar prop and hide a six-pack of beer somewhere on the set.

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Why Hollywood’s Writers Are Firing Their Agents En Masse by Artsjournal

Short answer: The Writers Guild of America asked them to. Longer answer: The Guild says agency practices have evolved to the detriment of writers and that writers are earning less as agents …

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Shubert Organization Partners With Tech Venture Capital Fund and Training Company for Broadway Tech Accelerator by Ryan McPhee

Applications are now open for the opportunity to receive investments, mentorships, pilot programs, and more—all in the name of theatre innovation.

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Alan Wasser, a veteran Broadway general manager, dies at age 70 by Caitlin Huston

Alan Wasser, a veteran Broadway general manager and founder of Foresight Theatrical, passed away on April 14 at the age of 70. Wasser died due to complications from Parkinson’s disease. A…

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Review: Antic, frantic 'Servant of Two Masters' is mad for laughs at New Village Arts by James Hebert

New adaptation of Italian comedy classic goes for contemporary gags at Carlsbad theater

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Broadway Box Office Steady At $34M; ‘Burn This’, ‘Hadestown’ Preview Strong by Greg Evans

With all of its new spring arrivals up and running, Broadway box office held about steady from the previous week, a good sign given that two fewer shows were on the boards during Week 46 (en…

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The Singularity Is Complete: Tyshawn Sorey Glues Together Jazz And Classical (And Whatever Else Appeals To Him) by Artsjournal

Sorey’s work eludes the pinging radar of genre and style. Is it jazz? New classical music? Composition? Improvisation? Tonal? Atonal? Minimal? Maximal? Each term captures a part of what So…

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Shakespearean double play: Tragedy of ‘King Lear’ could triumph at both Tonys and Emmys by Daniel Montgomery

William Shakespeare is quite prolific for a playwright who has been dead for four centuries. His plays have been adapted many, many, many times. But 2019 is unique in that one of his most fa…

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Watch Derrick Baskin, Ginna Claire Mason & Grey Henson Reveal Broadway's Biggest Fan by

The search for Broadway's Biggest Fan is over! After the staff watched all of the fabulous video submissions, Ain't Too Proud frontman Derrick Baskin, Wicked star Ginna Claire M…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

American Shakespeare Center Introduces the Bard’s New Contemporaries by American Theatre Editors

Playwrights Anchuli Felicia King and Emma Whipday's works, inspired by 'Othello' and 'Cymbeline,' respectively, will be produced.

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Broadway Grosses: With News of Film Adaptation, Ryan Murphy Gives The Prom a Box Office Boost by

It was a celebratory week for the new Broadway musical The Prom. Big-hearted TV bigwig Ryan Murphy hosted a special performance of the musical, where he broke the news that he is adapting …

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Read Reviews for Christopher Hampton’s A German Life, Marking Maggie Smith’s Return to the London Stage by Andrew Gans

Jonathan Kent directs the solo play, based on the life of Brunhilde Pomsel.

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Theatre Review: ‘Native Son’ at Mosaic Theater Company of DC by Katie Gaab

It all begins in the dark, feet shuffling across the stage until they hit their starting points. When the lights finally turn on, each actor looks ahead, inhaling and exhaling deeply. Sudden…

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Grosses Analysis: Broadway’s What the Constitution Means to Me and More Climb at the Box Office by Adam Hetrick

Actor-playwright Heidi Shreck, recently named a Pulitzer Prize finalist, finds a growing audience with her Broadway debut.

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A Thinker’s Guide To Surviving The Coming Apocalypse by Artsjournal

So many things seem bleak. Politics, the environment, the growing wealth gap, climate change. It’s enough to make anyone despair. But if you despair you become paralyzed. So how, exactly s…

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Breaking: Jackie Sibblies Drury's FAIRVIEW Wins the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama by BroadwayWorld

It was just announced by Pulitzer Prize Administrator Dana Canedy that Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview has officially won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama.

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BWW TV: Watch An Exclusive Clip of Matthew Bourne's SWAN LAKE Ahead of Cinema Screening by BroadwayWorld TV

Matthew Bourne's legendary and award-winning production ofSwan Lake, which has returned to UK stageswith a fresh look for the 21st century, will be screened in cinemas nationwide on 21 May.W…

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Aretha Franklin wins 2019 Pulitzer Prize for contributions to music, culture by Detroit Free Press, Maryann Struman, Detroit Free Press

The Queen of Soul was awarded a 2019 Pulitzer Prize for her 'indelible contributions' to American music and culture        

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VIDEO: Watch Highlights from BEETLEJUICE on Broadway! by Stage Tube

BEETLEJUICE, the new musical comedy, is currently in previews at Broadway's Winter Garden Theatre 1634 Broadway, where it opens on Thursday, April 25, 2019.

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INDUSTRY INSIGHT: Weekly Grosses Analysis - 4/15 by Bww Special

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

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Broadway Grosses: Week Ending 4/14/19 by BroadwayWorld

Grosses for all the Broadway shows for the week ending 4142019.

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PRIDE PLAYS by Vogel, McNally & More to Commemorate Stonewall Uprising by BroadwayWorld

Doug Nevin, Michael Urie, and Rattlestick Playwrights Theater present Pride Plays, an upcoming festival of play readings to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Nick M…

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Chicago Opera Theater’s MOBY DICK Runs April 25 & 28 at Harris Theater by Michael J. Roberts

Chicago Opera Theater (COT) caps its 2018/2019 season with the Chicago premiere of “Moby-Dick,” an epic [...] The post Chicago Opera Theater’s <em>MOBY DICK</em> Runs Apri…

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Would You Admit To Using A Thesaurus? Embarrassing, Right? by Artsjournal

To be looking for bigger or better words is thought to be pretentious. But why? Isn’t it better to be able to communicate with more precision? – The Outline

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: MY FAIR LADY Celebrates One Year on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

My Fair Lady on Broadway recently celebrated their landmark one year anniversary. Check out photos from the party below

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Critic’s Notebook: Toxic Men Get All the Attention. But Not in These Plays. by Laura Collins-Hughes

The perspectives of women are welcome in an art form that inherently fosters empathy — and in which it matters greatly whom we’re asked to feel for.

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Virginia Rep to Debut New Bo Wilson Play in 2019-20 Season by American Theatre Editors

Also on the slate are 'Fences,' 'Parade,' and 'Freckleface Strawberry.'

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‘Fairview’ wins Pulitzer Prize for Drama, with ‘Constitution,’ ‘Dance Nation’ as finalists by Caitlin Huston

“Fairview” by Jackie Sibblies Drury won the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, with “What the Constitution Means to Me” by Heidi Schreck and “Dance Nation” by Clare Barron named as f…

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Concert Review: Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets — The Early Brilliance of Pink Floyd by Scott McLennan

Drummer Nick Mason and his four non-Floyd bandmates turned Boston's Orpheum Theater into a psychedelic palace. The post Concert Review: Nick Mason’s Saucerful of Secrets — The Early Bril…

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Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview Wins 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama by Andy Lefkowitz

The 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama has been awarded to Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview, which was seen off-Broadway with Soho Rep last season and will play Theatre for a New Audience for thi…

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Report: Amazon Said To Be Planning New Streaming Service by Artsjournal

The world’s biggest e-retailer would market the free music service through its voice-activated Echo speakers, sources say, and would offer a limited catalog. It could become available as e…

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Jackie Sibblies Drury Wins 2019 Drama Pulitzer for ‘Fairview’ by American Theatre Editors

Finalists were 'Dance Nation' by Clare Barron and 'What the Constitution Means to Me' by Heidi Schreck.

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Jackie Sibblies Drury’s Fairview Wins Pulitzer Prize in Drama 2019 by New York Theater

  Fairview by Jackie Sibblies Drury wins the 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. The play, which was produced at Soho Rep and deals with issues of race and family — and one particular family …

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Jackie Sibblies Drury's Fairview Wins 2019 Pulitzer Prize for Drama by Ryan McPhee

The play is set to return to New York in a limited Brooklyn run this year.

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Watch Now: Beetlejuice The Musical Trailer by Iris Chan

"The musical comedy escape Broadway needs right now." -iHeartRadio The ghost-with-the-most comes to life on stage in this hilarious new musical based on Tim Burton’s dearly beloved film. D…

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Alan Wasser, Prolific General Manager and Tony Award Recipient, Passes Away at 70 by Andrew Gans

Mr. Wasser was the general manager for over 60 Broadway productions.

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Catastrophic Fire Rages At Notre-Dame Cathedral In Paris by Artsjournal1

The blaze in the great medieval cathedral broke out before 7 pm local time. While no human casualties have been reported, the church’s spire and most of its roof have collapsed, smoke is p…

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San Francisco’s Wealth Problem – Can The City Survive? by Artsjournal

With Bay Area-based tech companies scheduled to hold initial public offerings this year, the city of instant millionaires is about to have thousands of even newer millionaires. And many resi…

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Broadway Philadelphia presents the national tour of ‘Anastasia’ by Cameron Kelsall

The national tour of ‘Anastasia,’ at the Academy of Music, delivered on spectacle but not coherent storytelling. Cameron Kelsall reviews.

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Yeast Never Dies by Artsjournal1

Yeast isn’t a food; it plays on food, like a conductor, or a cook. So when you realize that yeast floats in the air and lives almost forever, you may have more respect for its governance, …

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Joyful music by Artsjournal1

Cellist Steven Isserlis and pianist Connie Shih play music by bigtime male composers, and by women they loved. – Greg Sandow

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Pulitzer Prizes Honor Journalists Under Threat With New Crop Of Winners by Colin Dwyer

Judges sought to support the media "even if some wrongly degrade [it] as the enemy of the very democracy it serves." Honors went to The Advocate in Baton Rouge, La., Florida's Sun-Sentinel a…

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Coltrane ’58 by Artsjournal1

John Coltrane, Coltrane ’58: The Prestige Recordings (Craft)Every few years, curators of the great saxophonist John Coltrane’s extensive body of recordings come up with yet another retro…

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Audio-video jazz improv: Mn’Jam Experiment, w/teens by Artsjournal1

What’s new in improvisational music? Where else can innovation go? Mn’JAM Experiment — singer Melissa Oliveira and her visual/electronics/turntablist partner JAM — will show you. –…

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Concert Review: ‘Kristin Chenoweth’ at Strathmore Music Center by Kristin Franco

She’s a musical theatre juggernaut, she’s got one of the most unique voices in modern musical theatre, she’s… Popular! Broadway star Kristin Chenoweth made her way to our area this A…

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A great 'Chorus Line' should burst with feeling and vulnerability — like this one by Porchlight Music Theatre by Chris Jones

The New York dancers who talked into a tape recorder for the rapacious director Michael Bennett at the Nickolaus Exercise Center on E. 23rd Street in 1974 are now, on average, more than 70 y…

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Go Inside Rehearsals for New Musical August Rush by Nathan Skethway

John Doyle helms the stage adaptation of the Warner Bros. film that will begin performances at Illinois' Paramount Theatre April 24.

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Watch the Trailer for Broadway's Beetlejuice Musical, Featuring Shrimp Monsters, Levitating Dancers, and Shrunken Heads by Dan Meyer

The musical, now in previews at the Winter Garden Theatre, is based on Tim Burton's beloved 1988 dark comedy and includes several nods to the movie.

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Into the Woods Tony Winner Joanna Gleason to Return to Feinstein’s/54 Below by Adam Hetrick

Gleason will debut her new show, Out of the Eclipse, in July.

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Today Is The 500th Anniversary Of Leonardo’s Birth – Why His Ideas Still Resonate by Artsjournal

Twenty-first-century scholars at MIT ranked him the sixth most influential person who ever lived. Like Rembrandt and Michelangelo, he is so renowned that he is known by only his first name.…

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Photo Flash: In Rehearsal with the World Premiere of AUGUST RUSH by BroadwayWorld

Chicago audiences will be the first to see the world premiere ofAugust Rush The Musicala never-before-seen musical based on the original Oscar-nominated Warner Bros film about a musically gi…

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Photo Coverage: Get a First Look at Jessie Mueller and Megan Hilty in PATSY & LORETTA by BroadwayWorld

Lifetime has released a first look image of Megan Hilty and Jessie Mueller who star as country legends Patsy Cline and Loretta Lynn, in the upcoming Lifetime original moviePatsy amp Loretta.

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London Theater Review: Maggie Smith in ‘A German Life’ by Gordon Cox

How helpful are warnings from history? Two years ago, in February 2017, Amazon briefly sold out its entire stock of Hannah Arendt’s 500-page treatise, “The Origins of Totalitarianism.”…

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Stages Repertory Theatre Announces 2019-20 Season by American Theatre Editors

The theatre will split its programming between its current venue and new home.

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True Colors Announces 2019-20 Season of ‘She Griots’ by American Theatre Editors

New artistic director Jamil Jude's first season will include three productions authored by or focusing on women.

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MTC Gala to Feature Performances From the Casts of Choir Boy, Hadestown, and More by Olivia Clement

The spring benefit will honor Serino Coyne Founder and Chairman Nancy Coyne.

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Sincerely, Oscar at the Duke *1/2 by Barry Gordin

Musical revue fails to shine despite stellar Hammerstein songs. By:  Patrick Christiano April 14, 2019:  Sincerely, Oscar is billed as a new musical, conceived and written by Doreen…

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17 Border Crossings Opens at NYTW April 15 by Olivia Clement

Thaddeus Phillips returns to the Off-Broadway theatre with a solo play about the lines and barriers that divide the world.

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Intemperance review – sepia-toned tragicomedy offers only despair by Mark Fisher

New Vic, Newcastle-under-LymeIn this revival of Lizzie Nunnery’s debut about a family in the 19th-century Liverpool slums, misery is piled upon misery – for the audience and the characte…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

A Small Quirky Library Of Manuscripts Conceived In A Literary Dream by Artsjournal

The 300-plus volumes in the Richard Brautigan Library are private creations made publicly accessible, thanks to an impractical fictional concept that became an impractical reality, and resis…

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Stephanie J. Block and BWW Readers Explain This Falsettos Meme! by Linnae Medeiros

We asked, and you answered This past weekend, we asked BroadwayWorld readers to name what they think is happening in this image on The Cher Show's Stephanie J. Block in her Tony-nominated ro…

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See a Mini In the Heights Reunion Backstage at Off Broadway's Smart Blonde by Nathan Skethway

Lin-Manuel Miranda and director Thomas Kail visited star Andréa Burns, who played Judy Holliday in the recently-closed Smart Blonde.

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Sutton Foster Extends June Engagement at Café Carlyle by Adam Hetrick

The two-time Tony Award winner and star of TV’s Younger will perform selections from her recent album Take Me to the World.

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Can Beppo the bellhop sing? Olney’s ‘A Comedy of Tenors’ is more frenzy than finesse. by Nelson Pressley

Ken Ludwig’s 1980s hit “Lend Me a Tenor” gets a sequel, but the backstage farce doesn’t quite hit its mark.

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Chicago Theater Review: HANNAH AND MARTIN (Shattered Globe Theatre at Theater Wit) by Lawrence Bommer

CAN LOVE ENABLE EVIL? There is no last supper or cross on Golgotha but, yes, Hannah and Martin is a true passion play. What makes this even stranger is that it’s as much about clashing i…

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INDUSTRY: Social Insight Report - April 15th - OKLAHOMA and HILLARY AND CLINTON Top Growth! by Alan Henry

The top growing current Broadway musicals were Oklahoma 16.10, Hadestown 8.86, Tootsie The Musical 5.39, Ain't Too Proud 4.06 and BeetleJuice 3.53. The top growing current Broadway plays wer…

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Book Review: “Coders” — Brave New World, Coded by Steve Provizer

Coders had nothing in their intellectual toolbox that would help them understand people. The post Book Review: “Coders” — Brave New World, Coded appeared first on The Arts Fuse.

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Share This? Our Online Sharing Habits May Be Deadening Real Life by Artsjournal

We get that little jolt of pleasure when we share something online and the likes and comments pile up. It’s addictive (and meant to be). But there’s a case to be made that empty low-cost…

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In Ayad Akhtar’s play about Wall Street’s wicked ways, even the good guys live in a world of moral ambiguity by Peter Marks

Arena Stage gives a smooth treatment to the playwright’s “Junk,” tightened up since its New York debut in 2017.

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High School Production of Alien Will Get Encore Performance by Adam Hetrick

North Bergen High School’s production of Alien: The Play, which drew praise from original film director Ridley Scott, will receive an encore performance on “Alien Day.”

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Family-Friendly Broadway and Off-Broadway Shows to Enjoy This Spring by Leigh Scheps

It might as well be spring! Shake off those post-winter blues with a trip to the theatre. From spectacular Disney sensations to new musicals like The Prom, here’s a list of family-friendly…

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And The Winner ISN’T: The Biggest Tony Awards Upsets In History (PART ONE) by Jeremy Scott Blaustein

Did you ever have a day that didn’t turn out the way you’d expected? You’re all dressed up for your big night. For months now you’ve been the talk of the town. The critics love you; …

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Tomatoes Got Talent by Barry Gordin

6th Annual “TOMATOES GOT TALENT” Contest Takes Center Stage at the TRIAD. On April 15, 2019, 12 uniquely-talented women have been hand-picked to compete in the 6th Annual “Tomatoes …

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Stars of The Cher Show, Burn This, Hadestown, The Prom and Tootsie Set for’s #LiveatFive by Caitlin Moynihan #LiveAtFive is a daily news show on Facebook Live, in which editors discuss what's going on in the theater community and chat with stage stars about their current a…

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My Beautiful Laundrette Tour announced by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Curve, Belgrade Theatre Coventry, Everyman Theatre Cheltenham and Leeds Playhouse announce a new co-production of Hanif Kureshi's My Beautiful Laundrette. This post My Beauti…

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Sutton Foster Adds Additional Performances at Cafe Carlyle by BroadwayWorld

Two-time Tony-winning actress, singer and dancer Sutton Foster extends her Cafe Carlyle run, June 25-29. She'll also be performing June 11-22. At Cafe Carlyle, she'll perform Broadway favori…

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Olga Merediz, Gregory Diaz IV, and Jimmy Smits Join Cast of IN THE HEIGHTS Film Adaptation by TV News Desk

Olga Merediz, Gregory Diaz IV, and Jimmy Smits havejoined the cast of the highly-anticipated film adaptation of Lin-Manuel Miranda's IN THE HEIGHTS.

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Why Some Writers Reject Writing On Computers by Artsjournal

The reason these writers choose old-school tools is that when it comes to writing, computers are too efficient and make changing things too easy, and this ease can slow things down. Writing …

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The Marvelous Wonderettes review at Upstairs at the Gatehouse, London – ‘performed with heart and warmth’ by Julia Rank

Few shows can be more highly gendered than The Marvelous Wonderettes, The design, by Emily Bestow, is ultra-feminine: the four young female

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‘It’s probably a case of nothing ventured nothing gained’: How about Susan Elkin as playwright? by Susan Elkin

For a start you need dramatic talent, flair and an ear for dialogue as well as ideas and a good vocabulary to write a play. And I’m still not sure. But, as always it’s probably a case of…

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All Our Children by Darryl Reilly

“These are difficult times, a character observes in playwright Stephen Unwin's engrossing historical drama, "All Our Children," that crackles with tension. Nazi Germany’s forced euthanas…

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Broadway's Beetlejuice to Launch Digital Lottery by Dan Meyer

The musical adaptation of the Tim Burton cult classic began previews March 28 at the Winter Garden Theatre.

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Broadway General Manager Alan Wasser Passes Away by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that longtime general manager of Broadway, Alan Wasser passed away yesterday, April 14. Wasser was the recipient of a Special Tony Awards Honor in 2017 an…

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New Jersey High School That Staged Theatrical Adaptation of ALIEN Will Present Encore 4/26 by BroadwayWorld

A high school in New Jersey had taken the internet by storm with their stage production of Alien. Now, the official twitter for the ALIEN anthology has announced an encore performance will t…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 12:47PM Gets In-Depth with Aaron Sorkin and the Stars of To Kill a Mockingbird with New Series by is getting an extensive look at the people and stories in the biggest play on the boards. “Citizens of To Kill a Mockingbird,” an exclusive video series that explores the ic…

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Guest Blog: David Harradine On MEN & GIRLS DANCE by BroadwayWorld

All adults should feel the potential to have normal, positive relationships with children. Men amp Girls Dance hopes to offer provocations about, and ultimately solutions to, what we feel ha…

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Sir David Adjaye On His Design For DC’s African American Museum And How Architecture Can Shape Issues by Artsjournal

“I believe that good design can provide a critical inquiry into social responsibility and civic consciousness. Spaces should provide access to a collective consciousness, reflecting the ti…

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Obituary: Shane Rimmer – ‘Canadian actor who voiced Scott Tracy in Thunderbirds’ by Michael Quinn

It was Shane Rimmer’s voice that first brought him to the UK from his native Canada as part of the close-harmony trio

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Jimmy Smits Joins Lin-Manuel Miranda’s ‘In The Heights’ Film; Olga Merediz, Gregory Diaz Also Cast by Amanda N'duka

Jimmy Smits, Olga Merediz and Gregory Diaz have joined In The Heights, the Jon M. Chu-directed Warner Bros film adaptation of the Lin-Manuel Miranda musical. Miranda tweeted the news (see th…

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FLEABAG's Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Liven Up Script for BOND 25 by TV News Desk

Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who just culminated her off-Broadway run ofFleabag,has been brought in to liven up the script for Bond 25, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

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Three on the Aisle: Why We’re Tired of ‘King Lear’ by American Theatre Editors

This week, the critics discuss Glenda Jackson in 'King Lear' and perform a postmortem on 'The Band's Visit.'

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Track-by-Track Breakdown: The Jonathan Larson Project Cast Album by Jennifer Ashley Tepper

Jennifer Ashley Tepper, the director of the Feinstein's/54 Below concert, shares behind-the-scenes stories about the mostly unheard Larson songs that comprise the song cycle.

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The Drama League Will Host a Conversation with Taylor Mac and Judith Light by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League has announced its finalSpring 2019 In Conversation SerieseventsGary with Taylor Macon Monday, April 22, 2019 at 700 p.m., andJudith Lighton Wednesday, May 1, 2019 at 700 p.m…

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EU Approves Copyright Reform: Could This Bring Down The Internet As We Know It? by Artsjournal

“While the legislation does not explicitly state so, it is widely assumed that to conform with the law, online platforms will have to install filters to prevent users from uploading copyri…

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BE MORE CHILL Launches Digital Lottery Starting 4/16 by BroadwayWorld

Be More Chill, now playing at the Lyceum Theatre 149 W. 45th Street, today announced a Digital Lottery ticket policy for select performances of the show.

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Olga Merediz, Gregory Diaz IV, Jimmy Smits Join In the Heights Movie by Ryan McPhee

Merediz will reprise her performance as Abuela Claudia, having earned a Tony nomination for the role in 2008.

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Olga Merediz to Reprise Tony-Nominated Turn as Abuela Claudia in In the Heights Movie by Andy Lefkowitz

The In the Heights film may be a year away, but we can breathe knowing that we have a perfect Abuela Claudia. Powerhouse Broadway veteran Olga Merediz, who originated the role on and off-Bro…

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Yo Yo Ma Brings His Cello To The US-Mexico Border by Artsjournal

“As you all know, as you did and do and will do, in culture, we build bridges, not walls,” he said. After his performance, he gestured to the bridge to his right. “I’ve lived my life…

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‘It’s incredibly apparent through this work that you can still be you with dementia’: The Dot Collective’s Laura Harling chats about latest sh by Emma Clarendon

Artistic director’s Laura Harling chatted to Emma Clarendon about The Dot Collective’s One Hundred Trillion, being performed at the Old Vic Workrooms from the 7-11 May 2019.

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Costume supervisor Sarah Bowern: ‘Opera is the meatiest way to do good costume – it’s so grand’ by Liz Hoggard

The English National Opera costume supervisor boasts an impressive CV that includes Terry Gilliam’s Benvenuto Cellini and Sunset Boulevard with Glenn Close.

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Digital Lottery Announced for Broadway’s Be More Chill by Andrew Gans

The lottery will begin April 16 for select performances of the new musical at the Lyceum Theatre.

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What Happened When Gwen Verdon Called a Number in Broadway’s Fosse ‘Trash’? by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares stories from the Rhone River cruise—including scoop on The Phantom of the Opera and Fosse.

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All the Single Bobbies by American Theatre Editors

What does Sondheim’s newest heroine have to say about his body of work, and about women today?

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Drama League's In Conversation Series to Welcome Taylor Mac and Judith Light by Dan Meyer

The playwright of Broadway's Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus and the Tony-winning actor will reflect on their careers in theatre.

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BWW Contest: Win Two Tickets To THE CHER SHOW on Broadway! by Bww Contests

The beat is going on because BroadwayWorld is giving you a chance to win tickets to the new Broadway musical The Cher Show starring Stephanie J. Block, Teal Wicks, and Micaela Diamond The wi…

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‘A Chorus Line’ at Porchlight by Bob Bullen

It’s hard to think of a show more iconic than A Chorus Line. Michael Bennett’s athletic, razzle-dazzle touch is all over it. Marvin Hamlisch’s pulsating score is peppered with tunes th…

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Pleasance announces £140k of Edinburgh awards for 2019 fringe by Giverny Masso

Pleasance Theatre Trust has announced 20 productions that will share an investment of over £140,000 as part of its Pleasance Futures development

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Nashville Rep Announces 2019-20 Season by American Theatre Editors

The lineup includes new works, a holiday staple, and a Tony Award-winning musical comedy.

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Tuba Virtuoso Sam Pilafian, 69 by Artsjournal

As a busy soloist, a founding member of the influential Empire Brass quintet and a partner to the acoustic guitarist Frank Vignola in the jazz group Travelin’ Light, Mr. Pilafian expande…

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Roald Dahl musical ‘Matilda’ rules the school in Walnut Creek by Sam Hurwitt, Correspondent

Contra Costa Musical Theatre presents "Matilda," the musical based on Roald Dahl's beloved book, at Walnut Creek's Lesher Center.

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BEETLEJUICE Announces a $43 Lottery by BroadwayWorld

The new Broadway musical BEETLEJUICE has announced a 43 Digital Lottery beginning Monday, April 15, 2019.

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VIDEO: Who Will Win the Pulitzer Prize for Drama? Watch Live at 3pm! by BroadwayWorld

Today, April 15 3pm EST, Pulitzer Prize Administrator Dana Canedy will announce the winners of the the 2019 Pulitzer Prizes, including the finalists and winners for the Pulitzer Prize for Dr…

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Intemperance review at New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme – ‘impressively performed and sensitively directed revival’ by Natalie Douglas

Lizzie Nunnery’s 2007 play Intemperance is set within the Irish community in 1854 Liverpool. A single dour room houses five members of

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Photo Flash: Alan Cumming Celebrates LEGAL IMMIGRANT at Minetta Lane Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Audible Inc., the world's largest seller and producer of downloadable audiobooks and other spoken-word entertainment, just presented two performances of Alan Cumming's acclaimed cabaret song…

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Podcast Episode 185 — Playwright and Gender Parity Advocate, Julia Jordan

I’ve been following Julia Jordan’s career since she was living on a boat. That’s right, early on in her life in NYC, she lived on a boat . . . in Manhattan!  And why?  Well, it was c…

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Podcast Episode 185 — Playwright and Gender Parity Advocate, Julia Jordan I’ve been following Julia Jordan’s career since she was living on a boat. That’s right, early on in her l…

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Falsettos to Make Long-Awaited European Premiere This Summer by Andy Lefkowitz

Falsettos is at last crossing the pond. William Finn and James Lapine's iconic American musical will arrive at London's Other Palace Theatre this summer, marking the show's European premiere…

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KING KONG Releases Tickets Through January 12 by BroadwayWorld

A new block of tickets has been released for Broadway's King Kong. Now on sale through January 12, 2020, King Kong is playing at the Broadway Theatre where it opened on Thursday, November 8 …

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Grand Hotel review. Brilliant sets, costumes and performances, lackluster book and music by Meaghan Hannan Davant

Signature Theatre is known for reviving and revamping long forgotten musicals – and they don’t shy away from a challenge.  Grand Hotel tells the story of a handful of strangers, drawn t…

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Book Review: PLAYWRITING, Stephen Jeffreys by Kelly McElroy

'Playwriting' feels like a love letter to theatre and the craft of writing for the stage. It echoes encouragement to new, emerging and struggling playwrights and exudes an unexpectedly pater…

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The 9th Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards Will Take Place June 18 by BroadwayWorld

The Nominating Committee of the Off Broadway Alliance has announced important dates for the 9th Annual Off Broadway Alliance Awards

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Getting in the Game: ‘Pip’s Island’ by Matthew Wexler

Immersive theater is now reaching for younger audiences with the opening of "Pip's Island" at the Pod Times Square hotel. The post Getting in the Game: ‘Pip’s Island’ appeared first o…

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‘The play explores what lies ahead in the digital world’: Sounds Like Chaos’ Roisin Feeny on the company’s new sci-fi play & use of multim by Rev Stan

Sounds Like Chaos is a youth theatre group co-founded by Roisin Feeny and Gemma Rowan and their latest piece, Wow Everything Is Amazing, imagines the digital world in 50 years time.

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Review: ‘Beckett Trio, Part 2’ by Scena Theatre by David Siegel

Ready for your Samuel Beckett fix? A fix for the lesser-known, very short-form works by the winner of the 1969 Nobel Prize for Literature? If you are the least bit curious and open to a quie…

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Americans Are Losing Whatever Empathy For ‘Others’ That They Once Had by Artsjournal2

Americans seemed to be into empathy from roughly post-WWII to the 2000s. Then things started going sideways. Now, it’s “Empathy, but just for your own team. And empathizing with the othe…

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Watch This ASL Version of Be More Chill’s ‘Michael In the Bathroom’ by Ruthie Fierberg

Broadway performers John McGinty and Jim Hogan perform the Joe Iconis anthem in a new way.

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Visual Arts Review: “Toulouse Lautrec and the Stars of Paris” by Charles Giuliano

This crowd-pleaser of an exhibition, dedicated to an accessible, beloved artist, is a gift to the citizens of Boston and Everett, as well as to the general public. The post Visual Arts Revie…

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Jackie Hagan on performing her work overseas: ‘People get really emotional about the show’ by Nick Awde

This Is Not a Safe Space performer Jackie Hagan tells Nick Awde of the global interest in her work since appearing at

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Joel Grey Takes Audiences Behind the Scenes of His Yiddish Fiddler on the Roof by Ruthie Fierberg

The director of the Off-Broadway hit and star Steven Skybell talk about the powerful new revival.

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Variety Hires Mackenzie Nichols as Staff Writer by Ramin Setoodeh

Mackenzie Nichols is joining Variety as a staff writer based out of New York. Nichols will be covering movies, TV, and theater. She previously worked as a freelance writer whose work has bee…

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Michael Urie to Bring Pride Plays to Rattlestick This Summer by Olivia Clement

The festival of readings will celebrate LGBTQ voices in commemoration of the Stonewall anniversary.

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A Sheen of Dew on Flowers — the world premiere of Joby Talbot’s alluring cantata at the Barbican

Vocally lustrous performances helped this new piece to make its mark

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Review: ‘Blithe Spirit’ by Vagabond Players by Max Garner

After three – count ‘em, three – local productions of Blithe Spirit during 2018, Maryland audiences are well aware of the fact that it takes more than fear of Christmas to make a Noë…

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IETM conference in Hull: ‘UK theatre is far ahead on inclusion – but you also have issues yet to be worked on’ by Eleanor Turney

The UK is regarded as a world leader on inclusivity, and this was recognised as performing arts professionals from around the world

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The Joy – And Reality – Of The American Library In Paris by Artsjournal2

If you’re an English-speaker jaded about the City of Lights, head to the library. “As I learned more about the American Library and its place in the history of literary Paris, I recovere…

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Trump on Show — a strange tale of two Trumps at the Sunbeam Theatre, Hong Kong

Li Kui-ming’s new Cantonese opera is an audacious vision of an alternative world

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Programme announced for Guildford Fringe Festival by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon New writing and other theatre feature as part of the programme announced for this year’s Guildford Fringe Festival. This post Programme announced for Guildford Fringe Festiv…

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Look Back to Mario Lopez’s Broadway Debut in A Chorus Line by Playbill Staff

The television star and on-air personality made his Broadway debut as Zach April 15, 2008.

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Review: Collisions, The Pit at the Barbican by Farah Najib

Review: Collisions, The Pit at the Barbican4.0Overall ScoreWaiting to enter the Barbican’s underground Pit space, I really have no idea what to expect. I’m aware that this isn’t going …

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Alice Ripley to Star in Pete(HER)Pan: A New Neverland Musical Reading by Adam Hetrick

The musical has music and lyrics by Dougals Lyons, a book by Melvin Tunstall III, and additional music by Michael Thurber.

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Ethan Hawke on Fulfilling Sam Shepard’s Last Wish by Ruthie Fierberg

The recent Broadway star discusses his relationship with the late playwright and reveals his true feelings about the Tony Awards.

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge at Work on New Bond Movie by Olivia Clement

The Fleabag star and writer was requested by James Bond himself: Daniel Craig.

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Terri Garr’s Dad was in Vaudeville by Trav S.D.

Well, Terri Garr’s dad was in vaudeville, but judging by your response to “Russ Tamblyn’s Dad Was in Vaudeville” you don’t care. But that’s never stopped me before! Eddie Garr (E…

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Watch The Throne(s)

The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones starts on April 14.

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Mary and Max Musical Will Make European Premiere in November by Andrew Gans

Bobby Cronin and Crystal Skillman’s new musical will play Austria’s Theatre Linz.

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine and Marc Kudisch by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

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

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Metcalf and Izzard to Star In Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf by Mark A. Robinson

One of theatre’s most-celebrated plays, Edward Albee’s Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf, is making its way back to Broadway. Starring in the production will be two-time Tony-winner Lauri…

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Review: FEAST (a play in one cooking), Romanian Cultural Insitute by Dovydas Laurinaitis

Review: FEAST (a play in one cooking), Romanian Cultural Insitute 2.0Overall Score FEAST (a play in one cooking) sets out looking to answer its own question of ‘what it means to be a woman…

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Conductor Ben Glassberg: ‘The conductor is not the most important person in the room’ by Giverny Masso

Ben Glassberg was recently appointed principal conductor of the Glyndebourne Tour. He tells Giverny Masso about the challenges of being a young

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Misty Copeland Curated A Special Dance Photo Section Of The New York Times by Artsjournal2

OK, that’s pretty cool – here’s an explainer on what she picked, and why. – The New York Times

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‘See this magnificently disturbing play come to life’: THE CRUCIBLE – Yard Theatre by Shanine Salmon

The Yard Theatre presents a modern production of Arthur Miller’s The Crucible. Directed by Jay Miller, this new interpretation of The Crucible begins as a storytelling.

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Millennial angst and obsession are part of Humana Festival of New American Plays by Mike Pearson / Block News Alliance

Two out of the five new plays presented at the annual festival that ended this year on April 7 in Louisville, Ky. had breakout potential.

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

17-Year-Old American Idol Contestant Wows With Waitress’ ‘She Used to Be Mine’ by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch Alyssa Raghu belt out the Sara Bareilles ballad as part of the competition's Top 14.

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How Does The Woman Who Saved Publishing With Her Softcore ‘Twilight’ Fanfiction Write A New Book? by Artsjournal2

E.L. James says writing used to be her hobby. Then, well, then Fifty Shades of Grey happened. “Overseeing a wildly successful multimedia franchise left little time for James’s one-time h…

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What to Know About Tim Blake Nelson’s Play Socrates at the Public Theater by Genesis Johnson

The Watchmen and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt star takes a break from the spotlight to pen the story of the Greek philosopher for the Off-Broadway stage.

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GRACE NOTES: Monday, April 15, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Sally Hawkins, Maggie Smith to Star in A BOY CALLED CHRISTMAS by TV News Desk

Studiocanal, Netflix and Blueprint Pictures commenced production on the filmA BOY CALLED CHRISTMAS, whichwillstar Maggie Smith, Sally Hawkins, and Kristen Wiig.

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What Britons (Of All Races) Talk About When They Talk About Black People by Artsjournal2

Jeffrey Boakye (that’s roughly “Bwaaaaah-ch,” by the way, he says): “The Cool Black Myth helps the white mainstream to understand and handle black identity. There’s something enigm…

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Your indecisions, not the politicians, prompt Second City’s ‘Grinning’ by Darel Jevens

The cast of comic actors — and one in particular — delivers fresh takes on subjects connected to the audience's real world.

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Broadway on TV: THE CHER SHOW, Laurie Metcalf & More for Week of April 15, 2019 by TV News Desk

From stage to screen, Broadway will be represented on TV for the week of April 15, 2019

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Chop to the Top by Ryan Leeds

Designer David Zinn gives it all he’s got The post Chop to the Top appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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Two Decades Of A Publisher, And Now Bookstore, Of One’s Own by Artsjournal2

London is book-focused enough that, mirroring almost exactly the rise of Amazon, Persephone, a publisher (and recently a bookstore too) that focuses on forgotten early and mid-20th-century b…

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Jarrod Spector Plays One-Night-Only Concert at Sony Hall April 15 With Special Guests Andrew Rannells and Kelli Barrett by Andrew Gans

Spector can currently be seen playing Sonny Bono in The Cher Show.

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The Greatest Art Forger Of All Time Might Have Been Killed By The Mafia by Artsjournal2

When Eric Hebborn was found with a fractured skull near his home in Rome in 1996, his death was a mystery. But now, filmmakers making an 8-part miniseries about his life (and the more than 1…

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Rattlestick Theater Festival to Commemorate Stonewall Anniversary by Lauren Messman

The Pride Plays festival will feature more than a dozen readings from plays by seminal L.G.B.T. writers, as well as by newcomers.

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It’s both a marathon and a sprint: How the actors of Café Nordo race to juggle multiple roles while serving food by Misha Berson

How does Cafe Nordo's hardworking cast of nearly a dozen local actors juggle more than 30 roles in "Jitterbug Perfume" while also serving food?

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Talking Sustainability with Leda Hoffman of Strawdog Theatre Company by Jeffrey Mosser, Leda Hoffmann

By Jeffrey Mosser, Leda Hoffmann. “We have a large variety of people in the ensemble in terms of the specific ways they’ve chosen to make their life in the theatre.”—Leda Hoffman

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Opinion: The Game Changers knocking down the walls of Broadway by Jeremy Gerard

At its penultimate meeting of the Broadway season, the Tony Administration Committee handed down a couple of eminently reasonable rulings, along with two mild surprises.The committee affirme…

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'He said two things to me in five years. And one was thanks for the cheese' - Merce Cunningham by Interviews By Lyndsey Winship

He was a rail-thin, zen-like powerhouse who electrified dance – and his pupils. As Merce Cunningham’s centenary is celebrated, four disciples recall an unforgettable teacher Valda Setter…

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Trav S.D.’s Guide to Films About the Titanic by Trav S.D.

Like the assassination of Abraham Lincoln, the sinking of the Titanic was a tragedy that unspooled over two calendar days (the same two, in fact, April 14 and 15). The ship struck the berg l…

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Queereteria TV review at Above the Stag, London – ‘a truly bizarre concoction’ by Paul Vale

The ageless, enigmatic Torsten first appeared at Above the Stag in 2016 as part of the dramatic song-cycle Torsten: The Beautiful Libertine,

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These Survivors Are Using Dance As A Method Of Healing From Abuse [VIDEO] by Artsjournal2

Sure, dance is great in and of itself, and it needs to further reason to exist or for people to love it. But some rape survivors see it as one method of healing. “I can dance, and I can da…

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VIDEO: Watch AMERICAN IDOL Contestant Alyssa Raghu Sing 'She Used To Be Mine' From WAITRESS by Stage Tube

During a recent episode of American Idol, contestant Alyssa Raghu took on the iconic Broadway tune 'She Used to Be Mine' from Waitress.

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Production news round-up: Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre reveals Evita casting and Newbury’s Watermill Theatre announces new season by Giverny Masso

This week’s production news includes initial casting of Evita from Regent’s Park Open Air theatre as well as the Watermill Theatre in

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Bibi Andersson, Actor And Inspiration To Bergman, Has Died At 83 by Artsjournal2

Andersson starred in 13 mid-20th-century Bergman films. “Her emotionally complex role in Persona (1966), the film that made her acting reputation, was one of the great stereotype reversals…

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Hundred Days: Grief As Part Of Life –With Music & A Few Laughs by Bill Hirschman

It may often feel like a concert, but Hundred Days at the Arsht Center's Theater Up Close series is a moving, heartening and deceptively polished theater piece with song and story hewing to …

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Review: Beckett Trio, Part 2 from Scena Theatre by Tim Treanor

“Stay,” the dying beloved tells her lover, “where we were so long alone together. My shade will comfort you.” But of course he does not, and instead moves to a single room in a place…

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Here Are The Details Of How That Black Hole Picture Came To Be by Artsjournal2

It wasn’t easy, and it wasn’t fast, and it involved – shock – physical material. “The dreamy photograph represents a tremendous technological achievement, assembled using eight rad…

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Swedish singer Robyn was the exuberant focus of attention at Alexandra Palace, London

Sadness has always been present in her dance-pop, but this show handled a deeper sense of loss with agility and insight

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UK premiere of award-winning musical Falsettos announced for The Other Palace London by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Selladoor Worldwide are to present the UK premiere of Falsettos at The Other Palace, London. The award-winning musical by William Finn and James Lapine will play a limited se…

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The Children's Theatre Partnership Announces Support Of Arts Council England by BroadwayWorld

The Children's Theatre Partnership CTP has announced the support of Arts Council England ACE over a three-year period from 2020 to 2022 to continue producing exciting new productions especia…

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FALSETTOS Will Make its UK Premiere at The Other Palace by BroadwayWorld

Selladoor Worldwide present the long awaited European premiere of the multi award-winning musical, Falsettos, which arrives in the UK from 30 August 2019.

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Hollywood Claims To Be Getting More Inclusive – But That Change Hasn’t Gotten To The Director’s Chair by Artsjournal2

Hollywood, you should be ashamed. “Even after years of being called to task for sidelining female filmmakers, studios as a whole continue to rely overwhelmingly on men to lead productions.…

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Here comes the summer (school): training for all ages and abilities by Susan Elkin

From ages 4 to 94, whether aspiring to be an actor, director, opera singer or dancer, if you want to study Greek

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‘Delicately meticulous with detail’: ROOMS – Barbican Centre by Carole Woddis

Don’t go to Rooms if you want an easy, escapist 75 minutes, but do go for language, atmosphere, the darkest corners of your own psyches touched with raw beauty.

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It's blasphemous and blue, but we can't help but laugh at 'The Book of Mormon' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Crude doesn’t begin to describe the hit musical, yet we can’t get enough of it. Here’s a look at why as the show returns to Pittsburgh.

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Is Brexit Truly Shakespearean, Or Do We All Just Not Understand Shakespeare? by Artsjournal2

The problem is that “the plays can very easily function as a kind of confirmation bias, where we find exactly what we are looking for. The allure of such topical readings is ultimately nar…

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The European premiere of Falsettos arrives at The Other Palace in August 2019

Our day in Falsettoland is finally here thanks to Selladoor Worldwide who is presenting the European premiere of William Finn and James Lapine’s Falsettos at The Other Palace from 30 Augus…

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Poll: Should more West End shows introduce earlier start times? by Matthew Hemley

Earlier this month, English National Opera announced a raft of measures to boost accessibility, including earlier start times. It said this was

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REVIEW: The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens, Unicorn Theatre ✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Mark Ludmon reviews The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens at the Unicorn Theatre This post REVIEW: The Show In Which Hopefully Nothing Happens, Unicorn Theatre ✭✭✭…

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Review: Ayad Akhtar’s Junk at Arena Stage by Tim Treanor

In Shakespeare’s time, Christians were forbidden to lend money at interest (see Merchant of Venice) and so the Western world, intellectually vibrant though it was, was mostly economically …

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Can The World Save This 1914 Movie Theatre In Spain’s Most High-Rent District? by Artsjournal2

The Palace of Fine Arts in San Sabastián has been threatened by a real estate developer for five years – and as a final move, UNESCO’s International Council on Monuments and Sites has p…

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Pittsburgh Dance Council takes chances in its 50th anniversary season by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

For its 2019-20 season, Pittsburgh Dance Council ventures beyond Byham Theater and into alternative spaces, including a church and a park.

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You will finally be able to see Falsettos in London by Carly-Ann Clements

After almost 30 years of waiting, the multi-award-winning musical, Falsettos, is making its European premiere at The Other Palace later this year. The post You will finally be able to see Fa…

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Where is Peter Rabbit? review at Theatre Royal Haymarket – ‘reverent but dull staging of Beatrix Potter’s classic tales’ by Theo Bosanquet

While Beatrix Potter’s anthropomorphic tales have been adapted innumerable times, most versions struggle to replicate the unique charm of the original books.

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A brilliant performance from Maggie Smith in A German Life at the Bridge Theatre, London

Maggie Smith plays Joseph Goebbels’ former secretary in this chilling one-woman show

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Just because: Lili Kraus plays Mozart by Terry Teachout

Lili Kraus plays Mozart’s D Minor Fantasy, K. 397, in a rare kinescope of a 1957 TV performance: (This is the latest in a series of arts- and history-related videos that appear in this spa…

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WAITRESS, SIX And More Join Magic At The Musicals Line-Up by BroadwayWorld

Magic at the Musicals with Celebrity Cruises returns to the beautiful surroundings of London's Royal Albert Hall on Friday 10th May, with a brand new line-up of leading cast member performan…

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‘Does a spectacular job of bringing this musical to the stage’: QUEEN OF THE MIST – Brockley Jack Studio Theatre ★★★★ by Anne Cox

Pint of Wine Theatre Company has done a spectacular job of bringing the compelling chamber musical Queen of the Mist to the stage.

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Almanac: Lili Kraus on old age and physical suffering by Terry Teachout

“I began to really feel victory in defeat as there is defeat in the most radiant victory. The two are one and the interplay is man’s life until he is so free that he is not aiming at any…

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The ‘Grey’s Anatomy’ Showrunner Leaves Her Agent As WGA Members Terminate Agency Ties by Artsjournal2

Krista Vernoff: “It was hard to part ways with [my agent] when the deadline expired for talks between the guild and the agencies. I say ‘part ways’ because I did not fire my agent. Ins…

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BROADWAY HEAT: Ain't Too Proud Edition: The Elite 8! by JK

HOT on Broadway (adj): fierce, talented, big potential; has "buzz"; has "it" factor.BROADWAY HEAT: Ain't Too Proud Edition Now we are down to 8 cast members from Ain't Too Proud, and…

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Alberto Aguilar draws no distinction between art and life by Kerry Cardoza

Anything can become art by naming it so. In 2006, the artist Alberto Aguilar decided to let go of his studio.…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

EDUCATION, EDUCATION, EDUCATION Arrives In The West End At Trafalgar Studios by BroadwayWorld

Acclaimed theatre company The Wardrobe Ensemble, in co-production with Royal amp Derngate, Northampton and Shoreditch Town Hall, will bring the The Scotsman Fringe First Award and The Stage …

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NEWS: Selladoor brings the European premiere of Falsettos to The Other Palace by Press Releases

Selladoor Worldwide (producers of 9 to 5, Big Fish, American Idiot and Avenue Q) will present the long-awaited European premiere of the multi award-winning musical Falsettos which arriv…

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Location of Shakespeare’s London home revealed by Matthew Hemley

New research claims to have identified the location of Shakespeare’s London home. Theatre historian Geoffrey Marsh, who is also director of the

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Lancaster’s Dukes Theatre to restructure leadership in response to funding cuts by Georgia Snow

The artistic director of the Dukes Theatre in Lancaster is leaving the venue as it announces plans to restructure its leadership team

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The GalaPro app is bringing theatre to all by Carly-Ann Clements

The GalaPro app is coming to London theatre to improve equal access and inclusivity using automated accessibility and translation technology for live shows. The post The GalaPro app is bring…

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Wake Up With BWW 4/15: BURN THIS Opens, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Kick off another week the only way Broadway fans know how - by catching up on the latest news

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Elephant in the Room review at Camden People’s Theatre, London – ‘poetic dance-theatre’ by Rosemary Waugh

Art about depression – whether that’s theatre, literature or music – often shares characteristics with the condition it seeks to represent: low-energy

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PHOTOS: Who was Princess Alexandra of Bavaria? Portraits of Grace Molony in The Glass Piano by Featured Content

The Glass Piano transports audiences to a 19th-century Bavarian palace to find four characters trapped by their situations, and prevented from fulfilling their dreams of love. Who was the …

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of BENNY AND JOON, Starring Bryce Pinkham, Hannah Elless, and More at Paper Mill Playhouse by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Paper Mill Playhouse presents the East Coast premiere of Benny amp Joon with book by Kirsten Guenther, music by Nolan Gasser, lyrics by Mindi Dickstein, based on the Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer moti…

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BWW Interview: Giles Terera Talks ROSMERSHOLM by Fiona Scott

Giles Terera is an Olivier Award-winning actor for his portrayal of Aaron Burr in Hamilton. Since leaving the American Revolution at the Victoria Palace Theatre, he has staged a workshop of …

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NEWS: The Wardrobe Ensemble brings its award-winning show Education, Education, Education to the West End by Press Releases

Acclaimed theatre company The Wardrobe Ensemble, in co-production with Royal & Derngate, Northampton and Shoreditch Town Hall, will bring the The Scotsman Fringe First Award and The Stag…

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‘Startling, sharp & deliciously dark’: MOUTHPIECE – Soho Theatre by Stephanie Ressort

Kieran Hurley has created a masterclass in playwriting with Mouthpiece, and is unafraid to shine a light on the darker aspects of the theatre world.

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Bronte Kellam-Pearson: With Grace by Arts Review

Grace Kelly seems an unlikely subject for a cabaret show, given that the only film which featured her singing was High Society. However it proved a shrewd choice for Bronte Kellam-Pearson, w…

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Keep Watching review at New Diorama, London – ‘ambitious, if unfocused, exploration of surveillance’ by Dave Fargnoli

Exploring the tensions between privacy, loneliness and the all-pervasive reach of technology, Keep Watching is a stylish, slow-burning and low-key thriller. The

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The road to ‘Hadestown’ by Morgan Steward

In the back of a London taxicab in the fall of 2018, composer Anaïs Mitchell pulled out her cellphone to show director Rachel Chavkin a picture. On the tiny, illuminated screen, Chavkin saw…

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Room on the Broom flies into Melbourne by Arts Review

Based on the much-loved picture book by Julia Donaldson and Axel Scheffler and brought to you by the award-winning team behind The Gruffalo, The Gruffalo’s Child and The 13, 26, 52, 78 and…

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Lucas Hnath Lets Actors Fight It Out Onstage by D. T. Max

The playwright, a master at capturing duelling perspectives, takes on a notoriously complicated marriage with his new Broadway play, “Hillary and Clinton,” D. T. Max writes. 

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

On the Couch with Amos Gill by Arts Review

Who is Amos Gill? That depends on who you ask! What would you do differently to what you do now? Play better in my U18 state football season, to go to the NAB draft. I’m 27 with four ACL s…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

MICF: Paul McDermott & Gatesy – Go Solo by Arts Review

Paul McDermott (of the infamous Doug Anthony Allstars, GUD) and Steven “Gatesy” Gates (of the quite wholesome Tripod) are the “middle men” of their musical comedy groups. By what can…

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Matt Trueman: Relevance is an ACE idea, but art needs to stay ahead of the curve by Matt Trueman

Good is no longer good enough. Arts Council England is changing its priorities ahead of its current strategic review. “Relevance is the

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Top 5 theatre shows to see this week (April 11-21) by Natasha Tripney

Three Sisters – Almeida Theatre, London Rebecca Frecknall follows her acclaimed, atmospheric take on Tennessee Williams’ Summer and Smoke with a production of

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Lyn Gardner: Fun Palaces show how the arts can open the doors to everyone by Lyn Gardner

Theatre is grappling with questions around who it serves, why it should be funded by the public, who benefits and how we

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 4/14-4/15/2019

Hottest Articles on from this weekend Monday, April 15, 2019 - Monday, April 15, 2019.

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Emma Corrin to play Lady Diana Spencer in Netflix’s “The Crown” by Blouin Artinfo

Emma Corrin joins the cast of Netflix original series “The Crown” Season 4. She will play Lady Diana Spencer. Emma Corrin said: “Beyond excited and honored to be joining ‘The Crown…

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Theatrefolk Featured Play – Same Room, Different Story by Claire Broome by Lindsay Price

Welcome to our Featured Play Spotlight. Same Room, Different Story by Claire Broome is truly the ideal high school play. Available in full-length and one-act versions, it’s perfect for a …

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The Little Prince review – charming retelling through song and dance by Sanjoy Roy

Gulbenkian theatre, CanterburyFour performers deftly bring the Saint-Exupéry story down to earth in Luca Silvestrini’s comic production In Antoine de Saint-Exupéry’s classic children…

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Louise Redknapp: ‘Strictly put the fire back in my belly but it didn’t break up my relationship’ by Hadley Freeman

For 19 years, the former Eternal star gave up everything to play housewife to her famous footballer husband. So what does it feel like to have walked out on that life and reinvented herself?…

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Monday, April 15, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Winona Ryder, Zoe Kazan and John Turturro to Star in HBO’s “The Plot Against America” by Blouin Artinfo

HBO has announced its cast as the production begins for David Simon’s “The Plot Against America,” a six-part miniseries based on the acclaimed novel by Philip Roth. Winona Ryder, Zoe K…

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Clare Balding to Host Women’s Football World for Channel 4 by Blouin Artinfo

Coca-Cola has joined forces with Channel 4 to launch a new show, Women’s Football World, which will feature all the best of women’s football from top leagues around the world.The show wi…

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Moon River — the song that nearly didn’t make the final cut of Breakfast at Tiffany’s

Audrey Hepburn’s original has been praised as the finest performance, though she had to fight to keep it in the film

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Dance News: Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center Donates Archives To Library For The Performing Arts by The Dance Enthusiast

Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center Donates Archives To Library For The Performing Arts. The archive includes materials documenting the work of Loretta Abbott, Alvin Ailey, Camille A. Brown, …

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Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Deirdre Towers on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast by The Dance Enthusiast

In Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Deirdre Towers on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast — Behind the Byline highlights one our most important assets — our contributors. G…

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IMPRESSIONS: Third Rail Projects at Brookfield Place and Ice Theatre of New York at The Rink at Rockefeller Center by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Third Rail Projects at Brookfield Place and Ice Theatre of New York at the Rink at Rockefeller Center, "Kelly struts down and body surfs across the stairs before indulging h…

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Mary Testa, Robert Cuccioli, and More Are Part of April 15 On Approval Reading by Andrew Gans

The evening, directed by Pamela Hunt, is part of the 14th season of Project Shaw.

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Alice by Heart’s Nkeki Obi-Melekwe Joins Cast of London’s Tina—The Tina Turner Musical by Andrew Gans

Obi-Melekwe succeeds Adrienne Warren as Tina Turner beginning April 15 at the Aldwych Theatre.

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Check Out Images From Episode 2 of FX's Fosse/Verdon by Nathan Skethway

The second episode, titled "Who's Got the Pain," airs at 10 PM ET/PT, April 16.

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Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Robert Johnson on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast by The Dance Enthusiast

In Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Robert Johnson on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast — Behind the Byline highlights one our most important assets — our contributors. G…

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IMPRESSIONS: “Everyman’s Reroof” with Moving Visions Dancers and Dances by Isadora by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: “Everyman’s Reroof” with Moving Visions Dancers and Dances by Isadora, "Despite the limited vocabulary, magic can be found in the subtlety and emotion imbued in familia…

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She's Lighting Up the Underworld on Broadway - 'Great Comet' star Amber Gray on her three-year journey with 'Hadestown'

Great Comet star Amber Gray on her three-year journey with Hadestown---Although the new Broadway musical Hadestown has been in development for more than a decade, creator Anaïs Mitchell…

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