Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

19th Annual Helpmann Award Nominations Announced by Arts Review

The countdown to the 19th Annual Helpmann Awards is on, following last night’s announcement of the 2019 Helpmann Award Nominees. The Helpmann Awards are the premier celebration of Australi…

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Photo Coverage: The Company of THE FERRYMAN Celebrates Their Tony Victory!

The cast of the Tony Award-winning Best Play, The Ferryman celebrated their four Tony wins today with a celebratory cake! See the cast, babies and bunnies included, living it up below!

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Danielle Brooks shines in a near-perfect Much Ado About Nothing: EW review by Allison Adato

Central Park’s open-air Delacorte Theater predisposes audiences to a good time: Most June nights, sunset gives way to moonlight before intermission, while poor weather (the resident Public…

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Danielle Brooks shines in a lightly political Much Ado About Nothing

Kenny Leon’s staging at New York’s Delacorte Theater turns the comedy into an allegory for the state of the nation

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Review: In Central Park, a ‘Much Ado’ About Something Big by Jesse Green

A delicious production of the great Shakespearean comedy starring Danielle Brooks and set squarely in our #MeToo and Black Lives Matter moment.

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Halfway through the first act of Shakespeare in the Park‘s Much Ado About Nothing, I found myself on Danielle Brooks’ lap. The exemplary performer, of Netflix’s Orange is the New Bla…

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People You Should Know . . . Jenny Waxman by Zack Calhoon

JENNY WAXMAN (Book & Lyrics) is a Canadian-born artist who held an O-1 Visa for Individuals of Extraordinary Ability or Achievement under the title of “collaborative theater artist" be…

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Start Swimming by Lara Altunian

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Much Ado About Nothing: Director Kenny Leon Sees Shakespeare’s Vision by David Finkle

★★★★★ Danielle Brooks as Beatrice and Grantham Coleman as Benedick lead the superb revival The post Much Ado About Nothing: Director Kenny Leon Sees Shakespeare’s Vision appeared…

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Much Ado About Nothing: A Mostly Giddy Thing by Melissa Rose Bernardo

★★★ We do spy some marks of love in this Shakespeare in the Park production starring Danielle Brooks The post Much Ado About Nothing: A Mostly Giddy Thing appeared first on New York St…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

Review Roundup: MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING At Shakespeare In The Park - See What The Critics Are Saying

The Public Theater's Free Shakespeare in the Park production of MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING, directed by Kenny Leon, opens tonight at the Delacorte Theater in Central Park, running through Sunda…

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The Birds by Lara Altunian

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Though the setting is changed, much of the essence of Shakespeare’s comedy shines through in this imaginative production.

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Win a double pass to ZIRK! – Russia’s Big Top Circus Spectacular in Sydney by Matt Edwards

AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to ZIRK! – Russia’s Big Top Circus Spectacular at The Showring, Entertainment Quarter on Saturday 6 July at 4 pm. In association with the …

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, June 12, 2019 by James Marino

Listen: Gary to Close, Jimmy to Stream, Chillin’ in DC,  LCT Honors Sondheim, Billy Porter Poses and Sings at the Tony Awards, and Krispy Kreme in Times Square “Today on Broadway” is…

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Loot by Lara Altunian

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Shakespeare in the Park’s ‘Much Ado About Nothing’ Is the Best Party This Summer by David Cote

Shakespeare in the Park delivers the freshest and funniest 'Much Ado About Nothing' you've seen yet.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

THE OUTSIDERS Musical To Hold Developmental Lab In NYC This Summer

A musical adaptation of the classic novel, The Outsiders, which will get its world premiere production next summer at The Goodman Theater in Chicagor, is set to hold a developmental lab this…

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‘Convention’: Staging a 1944 Progressive-Moderate Slugfest by Leonard Jacobs

Danny Rocco's sprawling experimental history play proves that everything new is old again. The post ‘Convention’: Staging a 1944 Progressive-Moderate Slugfest appeared first on Clyde Fit…

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Much Ado About Nothing Review: Danielle Brooks’ Brassy Beatrice in All-Black Bard by New York Theater

As Beatrice in the Public Theater’s all-black production of “Much Ado About Nothing,” Danielle Brooks proves herself a Shakespearean actress of a high order – and at the same time re…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Pam Tanowitz’s new work inspired by Paul Taylor — full of fun and affection

Veteran dancer Michael Trusnovec shines in a performance at the Manhattan School of Music, New York

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Review: In ‘Public Servant,’ a Changed Daughter Returns From College by Laura Collins-Hughes

Bekah Brunstetter’s civic-minded new play is about parenthood, paternalism and what it means to work for the people.

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Andre De Shields, Ephraim Sykes, Sarah Stiles, & Marylouise Burke Honored With Actors Equity Foundation Awards

The Actors' Equity Foundation  presented its annual veteran actor award (Richard Seff Award) and breakout performer award (Clarence Derwent Award) at the Actors' Equity Association's Easter…

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An Exclusive Look at Convention at Brooklyn's Irondale Center by Nathan Skethway

The historical, politcally-themed play continues performances through June 29.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Actress Ali Stroker’s History-Making Tony Awards Win Inspiring Young Performers With Differing Abilities by Tony Awards – Cbs New York

Actress Ali Stroker is serving as a voice for hope for other performers with differing abilities dreaming of making it on Broadway.

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Amsterdam’s Stedelijk Museum Has New Director, Nearly Two Years After (Non-)Scandal by Artsjournal1

“After more than a year and a half of being without a permanent director, the Stedelijk Museum in Amsterdam said that the veteran museum leader Rein Wolfs has been picked to fill the posit…

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Can The CEO Who Saved Waterstones Save Barnes & Noble, Too? by Artsjournal1

The hedge fund that bought the beleaguered Barnes & Noble last week also owns Waterstones, the UK’s leading bookstore chain, which had been suffering from similar troubles. So the new …

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Following Death Of Founder, San Antonio’s Alamo City Opera To Close by Artsjournal1

“‘We had several options, and this was the one that was viable … because he had that incredible imagination and powerful talent that a lot of people don’t have,’ said Carol Karotki…

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Three Disasters In One Day Hit Woodstock 50; Organizers Say It Will Still Happen (But Where?) by Artsjournal1

“Less than an hour after Watkins Glen International speedway announced it was no longer hosting Woodstock 50 on Monday (June 10), in separate announcements the event’s producer CID Enter…

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Is ‘Salvator Mundi’ On A Saudi Prince’s Massive Yacht? by Artsjournal1

The whereabouts of the world’s most expensive artwork — which may or may not actually have been painted by Leonardo da Vinci — have been a mystery for months. But Artnet columnist Kenn…

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Has Google News Really Earned $4.7 Billion That Should Have Gone To Newspapers And Magazines? Probably Not by Artsjournal1

In support of what’s arguably a good idea (giving media companies an antitrust exemption so they can band together and bargain for revenue sharing with Google and Facebook), the News Indus…

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Arts Philanthropist Lewis B. Cullman Dead At 100 by Artsjournal1

Heir to a tobacco fortune who made another fortune as an investment banker, Cullman gave away hundreds of millions to, among many other organizations, the New York Public Library, the Museum…

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Robert Earle, Host Of The ‘College Bowl’ Quiz Show Of The 1960s, Dead At 93 by Artsjournal1

“On College Bowl, two teams of four college students answered questions on science, history, philosophy, music, literature and other subjects. It combined elements of a team sport, high-sp…

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The Last ‘Dance Dance Revolution’ Machines In New York by Artsjournal1

Or, at least, in Manhattan. The once-wildly-popular 1990s electronic game can still be played at arcades in Times Square and Chinatown, where there is a devoted following. – The New York T…

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How Sacha Baron Cohen Tricked Dick Cheney Into Signing A Waterboarding Kit On-Camera by Artsjournal1

On pretending to be a bogus Israeli anti-terrorism expert for his film Who Is America?: “The character creation is a reverse character creation. You have to think, Okay, we got Dick Cheney…

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Seattle Art Museum Picks A New Director by Artsjournal

Amada Cruz comes to Seattle after leading the Phoenix Art Museum. – Seattle Times

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There’s One Corner Of Hollywood Where Women Are Making Real Progress: Animation by Artsjournal1

“Women hold half of the leadership positions at the major film animation companies, new research has found. And, of the top 120 animated films over the last dozen years, nearly four in 10 …

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Concerns That Arts Council England Is Stepping Away From Funding Excellence by Artsjournal

“Some members felt that the proposals were signalling a profound shift from ‘Great Art and Culture for Everyone’ to ‘Everyone has the right to access some art and culture’.” They…

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Robert Kelley On 50 Years Of Running TheatreWorks Silicon Valley, This Year’s Regional Tony Award Winner by Artsjournal1

“Actually, our growth curve as a company parallels almost exactly the growth of Silicon Valley as a thing. And I credit our success and durability as a company with the fact that we were i…

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A Disaster For Music: How A 2008 Fire Destroyed One Of The World’s Most Important Troves Of Music by Artsjournal

UMG’s accounting of its losses, detailed in a March 2009 document marked “CONFIDENTIAL,” put the number of “assets destroyed” at 118,230. Randy Aronson considers that estimate low:…

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A Timeline Of Barnes & Noble’s Storied History by Artsjournal

Founded in 1971, the worldwide chain enjoyed decades of dominance in the book retail market — until the internet blew up. – New York Magazine

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A Case For Cutting Back Our Digital Clutter by Artsjournal

By depriving ourselves of face-to-face contact with others, we widen the sea of angst that no amount of “likes” can ever hope to bridge. This phenomenon is borne out by research into col…

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Next Challenge For Virtual Reality: How Do You Register Emotion? by Artsjournal

“Emotions are more complex and socially determined than the simple positive-negative, strong-weak arousal model suggests. Even distinguishing fear, anxiety and disgust on physiological gro…

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Hartford Stage Gets New Director by Artsjournal

Cynthia Rider, who was executive director of the Oregon Shakespeare Festival from 2013 to 2018, will begin her new job at Hartford Stage July 1, the theater announced Wednesday. – Hartford…

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The Forces That Create Celebrity Culture by Artsjournal

Social media amplifies and speeds up interactions between audiences, media and stars, but YouTube and Twitter did not invent modern celebrity culture. That happened more than 150 years ago, …

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Designing For A More Circular World by Artsjournal

“Today’s linear economy is a straight line, no matter how efficient you make it. If you make a car with less material, if you make a car using less energy, you’re still using stuff. Yo…

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Sandra Bullock Is Developing a Musical TV Show About Her Life in College by Andy Lefkowitz

Sandra Bullock is one step closer to the world of Broadway. The celebrated Oscar-winning actress has announced that she is developing a new musical TV series for Amazon based on her experie…

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Stephanie Styles of Kiss Me, Kate by Broadway.com

Stephanie Styles stops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Kiss Me, Kate and more with Paul Wontorek.

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'Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus' to close on Sunday

The irreverent comedy “Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus” starring Nathan Lane will close Sunday, nearly two months earlier than scheduled.

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A Midsummer Night's Dream review – join the fiesta with Gwendoline Christie by Michael Billington

Bridge theatre, London Festive fun, ear-nibbling and high-wire antics infuse Nicholas Hytner’s startling role-reversal production A promenade Julius Caesar was one of the Bridge’s bigges…

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ROCK OF AGES Immersive Los Angeles Production Announced!

Celebrated Tony, Emmy and Grammy nominated producer of five-time Tony Award-nominated ROCK OF AGES Broadway show Matthew Weaver announced today that the production will return to its LA root…

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BWW TV: Danielle Brooks Stars In MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING At Shakespeare In The Park

See the all-black cast of the Public Theater Shakespeare in the Park production of much Ado About Nothing in action!

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Hubbard Street Dance Chicago’s Summer Series has seen the future by Irene Hsiao

It is sleek, sharp, and cool. Hubbard Street Dance Chicago's Summer Series performed at the Harris Theater June 6 through 9 was a sleek and futuristic vision: t…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Students Ekele Ukegbu, Jeremy Fuentes Win Roger Rees Awards by American Theatre Editors

Schools from Long Island, Westchester, and Manhattan were recognized in the annual honors for high school theatre students in the Greater NYC region.

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Go Inside DKC/O&M’s Exclusive Tony Awards After Party at the Carlyle by Marc J. Franklin

The Broadway public relations firm hosted its annual post-show celebration at the Carlyle Hotel June 9.

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Muny shows off its new stage with stylish 'Guys and Dolls' by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Tale of gangsters and gamblers gets state-of-the-art production.

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Stephen Sondheim to be Honored at American Songbook Gala by Ruthie Fierberg

Lincoln Center honors the eight-time Tony winner at the upcoming concert event featuring Ashley Park and more.

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Sasson Gabay and Chilina Kennedy Preview the National Tour of The Band's Visit by Roberto Araujo

The 2018 Tony-winning Best Musical will launch its 14-month tour June 25 in Rhode Island.

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Watch a Sneak Peek at the National Tour of The Band's Visit by Roberto Araujo

The 2018 Tony-winning Best Musical will launch its 14-month tour June 25 in Rhode Island.

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Block Talk- Episode 120: Michael Block by Michael Block

Oh my lord how the tides have turned! The interviewer becomes the interviewee! But it's gonna take two to fill these shows! Nicole Onoscopi and Seraphim take the mic to interview Mike!To lis…

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Tony Awards Go to “Hadestown,” “The Ferryman,” But Without Stars, Ratings Crash by Roger Friedman

Sunday night’s Tony Awards crashed in the ratings. This should not have come as a surprise to anyone. Going in we knew

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A Midsummer Night’s Dream review at the Bridge Theatre, London – ‘circus thrills and muted magic’ by Natasha Tripney

Nicholas Hytner’s promenade production of Julius Caesar, staged at the Bridge Theatre early last year, put the audience at its heart. Those

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Photo Coverage: Meet The Company of Joe Iconis' Newest Show, BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER!

Tickets are now on-sale for the New York Premiere of the new musical comedy Broadway Bounty Hunter, opening Off-Broadway this summer at Greenwich House Theater (27 Barrow Street). The follow…

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Sandra Bullock to Produce Musical Dramedy Inspired by Her Life for Amazon

Sandra Bullock is set to create a musical dramedy inspired by her time in college for Amazon, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Bullock will executive produce the series along with John …

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Photo Coverage: Sasson Gabay, Chilina Kennedy & More Get Ready to Launch THE BAND'S VISIT National Tour!

The award-winning Israeli film actor Sasson Gabay will reprise the role of 'Tewfiq' in the upcoming North American tour of the 10-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical, THE BAND'S VISIT, the …

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Francisco Mendoza Wins Neukom Institute Literary Arts Award for Playwriting by American Theatre Editors

Mendoza’s play 'Machine Learning' was selected to receive developmental support.

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A MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM Bridge, SE1 by Libby Purves and Friends

FLYING,   FUNNY,  FABULOUS     This is a dream of a Dream.  One expected fun from the  combination of Nicholas Hytner,  a roiling mass of promenaders in the pit  and a Bunny Christie…

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2019 Jimmy Awards Will Be Live Streamed from the Minskoff Theatre!

The Broadway League has just announced that the 11th annual Jimmy Awards® ceremony will be streamed live in its entirety. Fans can watch the ceremony on The Jimmy Awards Facebook and Y…

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Musical Fantasy Bliss, Directed by Sheryl Kaller, Sets World Premiere with 5th Avenue Theatre by Andy Lefkowitz

A brand-new musical is headed to Seattle. The 5th Avenue Theatre has announced the world premiere production of Bliss, featuring a book, music and lyrics by Tyler Beattie and Emma Lively (Bl…

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Sandra Bullock Is at Work on a Musical TV Show About Her Life in College by Andy Lefkowitz

Sandra Bullock is one step closer to the world of Broadway. The celebrated Oscar-winning actress has announced that she is developing a new musical TV series for Amazon based on her experie…

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Odds & Ends: Hear an Original Song from the Back to the Future Musical & More by Broadway.com

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Hear an Original Song from the Back to the Future Musical We can hardly wait for the new stage adaptation of the 1985 flick Ba…

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Watch Chilina Kennedy & the Cast of The Band's Visit Tour Perform 'Welcome to Nowhere' in Rehearsal by Broadway.com

The Band's Visit tour stars Chilina Kennedy, Pomme Koch and Adam Gabay perform the song "Welcome to Nowhere" in rehearsal at New 42nd Street Studios in New York City.

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Mary Bacon Joins Kate Hamill's New Theatrical Version of Little Women by Andy Lefkowitz

New York stage veteran Mary Bacon has taken over the roles of Marmie/Aunt March in Kate Hamill's new stage adaptation of Little Women at the Cherry Lane Theatre. Bacon replaces original cas…

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Den Theatre in Wicker Park is packed with hits — what's their secret? by Chris Jones

The Den Theatre — the hip, multi-stage venue on Milwaukee Avenue in Wicker Park — has been one of the great success stories of the last decade in Chicago theater. For the past generation…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

How to Stream The Jimmy Awards by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

With the Tony Awards behind us, the theatre community moves on to its next big awards night: the annual Jimmy Awards. The National High School Musical Theatre Awards, or as they are affectio…

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Review: ‘Disney’s Beauty and the Beast’ at Creative Cauldron by Julia L. Exline

Disney’s Beauty and the Beast is a popular show right now with several venues running it around the same time. Creative Cauldron makes a grand entrance with their version of Disney’s Bea…

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'Sylvia' explores an unusual romantic triangle by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Stray Dog Theatre presents offbeat comedy-drama.

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For arts sake: STL council names 2020 honorees by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Five people, three groups lauded for STL arts-scene contributions

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'Travels With My Aunt' blends comedy and intrigue by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

ACT INC production is based on Graham Greene novel.

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Father’s Day 2019: Here are 15 special outings in the SF Bay Area by Randy McMullen

Here are 15 ideas for having fun with dad over Father's Day weekend from classic rock and a silly musical to a Pirate Festival. Yar!

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Review: ‘The Oldest Boy’ at Spooky Action Theater by Sophia Howes

Sarah Ruhl’s The Oldest Boy is a graceful meditation on motherhood: its joys, its sorrows, and its unforeseeable costs. Director Kathryn Chase Bryer offers a visually lovely and emotionall…

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Mary Bacon Joins Little Women Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Bacon steps into Aunt March's shoes following the departure of Maria Elena Ramirez.

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D.C. sniper case is the frame for ‘Forest Treás,’ an experimental show about media by Nelson Pressley

Sarah Ruhl’s “The Oldest Boy” gets an area premiere at Spooky Action.

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Nordlinger’s Nazimova Show Launches Tonight! by Trav S.D.

Romy Nordlinger’s new show Places launches tonight at HERE Arts Center. It’s all about the great actress Alla Nazimova! If you come to tomorrow night’s show, I will be leading the po…

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Broadway’s Christian Dante White Wears the Pressure and Responsibility of Being an Out Black Actor With Pride by Mark Peikert

The My Fair Lady star talks taking on classic theatre roles from a different perspective.

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Interrobang Theatre Project announces 10th anniversary season by Hannah Herrera Greenspan

On Tuesday, Interrobang Theatre Project announced its production lineup for its 10th season, titled “No Man’s Land,” exploring the fear and anxiety that accompany journeys into the unk…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Sheryl Kaller Will Direct World Premiere of Bliss at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre by Andrew Gans

Josh Prince will choreograph Tyler Beattie and Emma Lively’s new musical.

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The Jimmy Awards Will Once Again Live Stream on Facebook by Ryan McPhee

The ceremony, known formally as the National High School Musical Theatre Awards, will take place June 24; Ben Platt returns to host.

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Tony-winning Canadian choreographer speaks out over U.S. crackdown on illegal immigration by The Canadian Press

Sergio Trujillo said he had never spoken publicly about his own illegal history

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Bad Gal Annie: A Review of Queen of the Mist at Firebrand Theatre by Sheri Flanders

Michael John LaChiusa's musical could have been an empowering feminist adventure based on a true story. Instead it's a tepid moral dirge.

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Review: ‘Forest Treás’ by Pointless Theatre Company by Kendall Mostafavi

Pointless Theatre Company presents the world premiere of Forest Treás (pronounced ‘Triage’). Written by Navid Azeez, the play is based around the 2002 Beltway Sniper attacks and the eff…

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BWW TV: Joe Iconis, Annie Golden & More Explain What BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER Is All About!

Tickets are now on-sale for the New York Premiere of the new musical comedy Broadway Bounty Hunter, opening Off-Broadway this summer at Greenwich House Theater (27 Barrow Street). The follow…

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Nick Adams, Heidi Blickenstaff, Quentin Earl Darrington, Spencer Liff, Tom Kitt Among Faculty for Broadway Dreams’ Unplugged Tour by Andrew Gans

The summer intensive tour will travel to Beverly Hills, Houston, Long Island, Calgary, and more.

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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: The 2019 Tony Award Winners

The party's over... The American Theatre Wing's 73rd Annual Tony Awards, hosted by James Corden, aired live from Radio City Music Hall on Sunday night, honoring theatre professionals for dis…

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The 2019 Tony Award Speeches by Broadway Direct

Take a look at all of the acceptance speeches from the 2019 Tony Awards. View a complete list of winners. The post The 2019 Tony Award Speeches appeared first on Broadway Direct.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Ben Davis, Kendra Kassebaum, and the Cast of the Muny's GUYS AND DOLLS

We've got a first look at the Muny's production of Guys and Dolls!

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PHOTOS: Meet Electra, Orestes & their tragic family in Exchange Theatre’s The Flies by Featured Content

Electra, Orestes and their tragic family take to the stage from tonight (11 June 2019) at London's Bunker Theatre, with Exchange Theatre's tenth-anniversary revival of Jean-Paul Sartre's The…

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Review: ‘Indecent’ at the Ahmanson pays haunting tribute to a daring Yiddish play by Charles McNulty

Rebecca Taichman won a Tony Award for directing a darkly enchanting production of the Paula Vogel play, now at the Ahmanson Theatre.

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Call Answered: Keri Kelsey: Career Retrospective + Open Mic at the Gardenia by Adam Rothenberg

Variety is the spice of life and Keri Kelsey has done it all: traveled with the circus, rode a tiger bareback, assisted a juggler, worked as an on-the-spot radio news reporter and a literary…

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Judith Light Joins Season Two of MANHUNT

Judith Light, Gethin Anthony and Jay O. Sanders are set to star alongside Jack Huston, Cameron Britton and Carla Gugino in Season 2 of Spectrum Originals and Lionsgate's anthology series …

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Kendra Kassebaum, Ben Davis, Jordan Gelber in St. Louis Muny’s Guys and Dolls by Andrew Gans

The show kicks off the venue's 101st season.

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Firebrand's 'Queen of the Mist' tells the painful true story of the woman who survived Niagara Falls by Chris Jones

Barbara E. Robertson has graced pretty much every major theater in Chicago: Goodman, Steppenwolf, you name ‘em. She played for a while in “Wicked,” too. But her performance in Firebran…

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VIDEO: Watch what’s been happening as Zoo Co’s Sirens hits the road & comes to London by Featured Content

After award-winning success at last year's Edinburgh Fringe - where Mate Laura Kressly raved about this "wonderfully welcoming" show - Zoo Co's Sirens launches a UK tour this month, includin…

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Review: A Misanthrope, a witty, somewhat crass update of Moliere comedy by Jeffrey Walker

With A Misanthrope, Manhattan-based playwright Matt Minnicino has fashioned a “Molière for millenials” with this very witty and sometimes crass twist on the 17th century playwright’s …

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Review: Disney’s Beauty and the Beast at Creative Cauldron by Kelly McCorkendale

Creative Cauldron doesn’t shy away from the big and bold, and producing the Broadway version of Disney’s Beauty and the Beast embodies that to the hilt. Amidst its small modest space, th…

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How NT Connections is inspiring young talent by Samantha Marsden

For almost 25 years, the National Theatre Connections festival has been giving teenagers their first taste of theatremaking, with graduates including John

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Deirdra McDowell to Bring Eartha Kitt Back to the Stage in New Off-Broadway Solo Play by Olivia Clement

Down to Eartha chronicles the "C'est Si Bon" singer's visit to the White House and her subsequent government-led blacklisting.

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Karen Mason, Debbie Gravitte, More Will Re-Create Judy Garland at Carnegie Hall Concert; Lorna Luft Hosts by Andrew Gans

The evening at the Paramount Theatre in Asbury Park, New Jersey, will feature a 40-piece orchestra.

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Frost Productions, Gulfshore Playhouse, Manhattan Theatre Club, and More Are Hiring by Playbill Staff

Playbill's Job Listings offers an extensive selection of available jobs within the theatre industry.

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VIDEO: Get A First Look At The Muny's GUYS AND DOLLS

BroadwayWorld has a first look at The Muny's production of GUYS AND DOLLS! Check out the video!

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DESUS & MERO Set Their Eyes On An EGOT With Guest Lin-Manuel Miranda

SHOWTIME has released the latest episode of DESUS & MERO for free online sampling, on streaming platforms and on demand. In the episode, Desus Nice and The Kid Mero continue their EGOT…

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Ailey School Celebrates 50 Years of Developing Dreams by Jen Peters

The company performs at Lincoln Center and presents the Ailey Spirit Gala, featuring the rising stars of tomorrow, June 12–16.

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Review: A 5-Course Meal Served in One-Act Bites by Jose Solís

An Ensemble Studio Theater series includes an allegory on American intervention and a sympathetic look at a woman in distress.

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Big-League Baseball’s First Woman, on a Stage of Her Own by Sopan Deb

A new Off Broadway play aims to make sure Toni Stone, who played for the Indianapolis Clowns in 1953, is no longer a footnote to history.

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Rich legacy of Shakespearean ballets: New York City Ballet in ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Admin

June 1, 2019. The David H. Koch Theater, New York, NY. In his time, William Shakespeare was a maverick innovator; he literally created hundreds of words that we now regularly use in the Engl…

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‘Something for everyone’: Paul Dabek, Yu Ho-Jin & James More bring their style of magic to The Illusionists by Emma Clarendon

The magicians chatted to Emma Clarendon about being part of The Illusionists which begins performances at the Shaftesbury Theatre from 6 July 2019.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Billy Porter and MJ Rodriguez Prepare for a Culture Clash in Pose Season 2 by Ryan McPhee

FX’s Pose is back June 11 with grander balls, higher stakes, and Patti LuPone.

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Upcoming Productions of My Plays by Adam Szymkowicz

PRODUCTIONS The Wooden Heart Production #1 of The Wooden Heart Acadiana Repertory Theater Lafayette, LA Opens September 6, 2019. KODACHROME Production #9 of Kodachrome Actors Bridg…

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Lone Star by Mark Dundas Wood

Such lukewarm response may be attributable, at least in part, to the changing times. Lone Star focuses on a not-so-old Good Ol’ Boy from rural Texas named Roy (de Rogatis). He’s a Vietna…

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6 Things You Probably Don't Know About Julie Andrews by Mark Peikert

As Julie Madly Deeply begins performances at 59E59, writer-performer Sarah-Louise Young shares some of her favorite things about the Oscar winner.

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Taylor Mac's Tony-Nominated Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus to Conclude Broadway Run Early by Andy Lefkowitz

Taylor Mac's Tony-nominated Broadway-debut play Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus is ending its run at the Booth Theatre earlier than planned. Originally announced to play through August 4,…

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Bank Robbery’s touring cast nab West End roles by Robin Johnson

It's been announced that the UK touring cast of The Comedy About A Bank Robbery will be stealing in to assume the roles of the current West End cast. The post Bank Robbery’s touring cast n…

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Author Peter Filichia explains how his play God Shows Up came into being - Part Two by Oscar E. Moore

God Shows Up - Part Two - So I wrote a one-man show called BACK FROM THE STARS, in which God says

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This Choreographer Can Make Your Play Move by Gia Kourlas

Raja Feather Kelly, who has left his mark on several Off Broadway shows, specializes in what he calls “virtuosic behavior.”

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Broadway Couple Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots Welcome Baby Boy!

Tony nominee Nick Cordero and wife/fellow actor Amanda Kloots just welcomed a new member of the family! The couple just announced the birth of their first child, Elvis Eduardo Cordero. Broad…

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Twin Cities’ Theater Mu Hires New Artistic Director To ‘Reunite’ Company Following #MeToo Scandal by Artsjournal1

Lily Tung Crystal began her career as a news journalist who did stage acting on the side. She now says that “theater is the hobby that became a job” — in 2010, she co-founded the Bay A…

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Theatremaker Jamie Hale: ‘My show went from coming to terms with dying, to coming to terms with living’ by Giverny Masso

Theatremaker Jamie Hale is to take over the Barbican’s Pit for a showcase of D/deaf and disabled artists. Hale tells Giverny Masso

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Nathan Lane comedy Gary to shutter early on Broadway by David Canfield

And our first Broadway cancellation in the post-Tonys haze has arrived. Taylor Mac’s wild new comedy Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus will shutter this Sunday, nearly two months before …

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Breaking: GARY: A SEQUEL TO TITUS ANDRONICUS Announces Closing Date

Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus, the new comedy by Pulitzer Prize finalist and MacArthur Fellow, Taylor Mac will play its final performance on Sunday, June 16. Gary: A Sequel to Titus And…

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Complete Casting Announced for Cape Playhouse Little Shop of Horrors With Andrew Keenan-Bolger by Adam Hetrick

The production will also star Lauren Zakrin and Rema Webb.

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New 42nd Street Nonprofit Names Russell Granet As President & CEO by Greg Evans

Lincoln Center’s Russell Granet has been named the new president and CEO of the New 42nd Street organization, the nonprofit announced today. The hire comes nearly a year after Cora Cahan, …

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VIDEO: See Christopher Jackson and Anthony Ramos Perform '96,000' Up Close!

During the commerical breaks of the 2019 Tony Awards, Corden went into the audience to have attendees perform some Broadway karaoke. Christopher Jackson and Anthony Ramos teamed up durin…

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Sutton Foster Begins Café Carlyle Engagement June 11 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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The New 42nd Street, a Theater Nonprofit, Names Its Next Leader by Sophie Haigney

Russell Granet will be the new president and chief executive of the organization, taking over as Cora Cahan steps down.

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Taylor Mac’s ‘Gary’ Will Close Early on Broadway by Michael Paulson

The profane and bloody comic “sequel” to “Titus Andronicus” has been dying at the box office.

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A Sneak Peek at Megan Hilty as a Singing Koala in Disney's T.O.T.S. by Olivia Clement

The new animated series will kick off on the Disney Channel June 14.

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Sutton Foster Talks Season 6 of Younger and Upcoming Broadway Revival of The Music Man by Dan Meyer

The two-time Tony winner dropped by Good Morning America to talk about her current projects.

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How Ali Stroker’s Tony Win for Oklahoma! Will Change Theatre Forever by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth gives his take on the 2019 Tony Awards and the most important moments, plus stories from Jessie Mueller and more.

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Long Lost by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

The play offers no catharsis as the actors are so low-key throughout, all much too calm even when the stakes are rising. As a result, there is little or no tension even when we realize the p…

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Broadway’s ‘Gary: A Sequel To Titus Andronicus’ To Close by Greg Evans

Taylor Mac’s Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus will play its final Broadway performance this Sunday, June 16, becoming the first announced closing in this year’s post-Tony Award shake-o…

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Porgy and Bess review at Grange Park Opera, West Horsley – ‘a triumphant production’ by David Gutman

Grange Park Opera’s Theatre in the Woods continues to evolve, now boasting a contiguous colonnade as well as separate ‘lavatorium rotundum’ that

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Broadway Grosses w/e 6/9/2019: Winners Claim Prize Money

The following are the Broadway grosses for the week ending June 9, 2019. The Broadway grosses are courtesy of The Broadway League.

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Tony and Emmy Winner Judith Light Tapped for Season 2 of Manhunt by Olivia Clement

The second season will chronicle the hunt for the Atlanta Olympics bomber.

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‘Gary’ announces closing date of June 16 by Caitlin Huston

“Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus” will close on June 16. At that point, the play, written by Taylor Mac and directed by George C. Wolfe, will have played 45 preview performances and 6…

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Caissie Levy and Cheyenne Jackson to Perform With Ocean City Pops by Adam Hetrick

The Broadway stars will appear in concert on Ocean City New Jersey’s Music Pier.

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‘Deftly interweaves tales of hilarity & sadness’: FATTY FAT FAT – Sackler Space ★★★★ by Shanine Salmon

Fatty Fat Fat is a show by Katie Greenall and Daisy Hale (performed by Greenall alone) which includes dance, movement, a mini game show, audience participation through crisp eating, a ballet…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: James Corden Shares Billy Porter's Broadway Karaoke at the TONYS

James Corden is back hosting his talk show, fresh off hosting the 2019 Tony Awards the night before. Corden decided to share a special moment during a commercial break when he asked Billy P…

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Gary: A Sequel to Titus Andronicus to Close on Broadway by Olivia Clement

Taylor Mac's new play will have its final performance at the Booth June 16.

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VIDEO: Sutton Foster Talks MUSIC MAN Revival, Musical Moments on YOUNGER

Sutton Foster was a guest on Tuesday's episode of Good Morning America to talk about the new season of Younger. During the interview, GMA shares a clip of the series that features Foster an…

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Magic Time!: ‘The Oldest Boy’ at Spooky Action Theater by John Stoltenberg

Sara Ruhl’s The Oldest Boy tells a gut-wrenching story serenely, almost gently. At the heart of it is the bond between mother and child, a tie that Ruhl knew intimately when she wrote the…

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'Four Places' at Den Theatre: As their parents age, old secrets break their silences by Kerry Reid

Forget the fiery passions and howling heartbreaks of youth. If you want to stare into the real abyss of human rage, loss and despair, try figuring out how to take care of the people who rais…

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Broadway Bares 2019 Stars Strip Down for Swimsuit Season Before Take Off by Dan Meyer

This year’s crop of Bares performers currently on Broadway took a moment to pose for the camera before the June 16 event.

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U.K. Touring Cast of The Comedy About a Bank Robbery to Take Over West End Run by Adam Hetrick

The Olivier-nominated comedy from the creators of The Play What Goes Wrong is now in its third year at the Criterion Theatre.

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More Tony Highlights: Audra McDonald and Laura Linney Throw Down, Kristin Chenoweth Practices Her Losing Face by Dan Meyer

The gloves came off and tears were shed in James Corden's two biggest gags, also featuring Ben Platt, Andrew Rannells, and Rachel Brosnahan.

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Audra McDonald to Play Provincetown With Seth Rudetsky by Adam Hetrick

The six-time Tony Award winner will head to Massachusetts for a series of Labor Day weekend concerts.

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Broadway’s Nick Cordero and Amanda Kloots Welcome First Child by Ruthie Fierberg

Tony nominee and former Waitress star Cordero is a dad!

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Trans Voices Cabaret Will Celebrate WorldPride at the Duplex by Adam Hetrick

The popular concert series is also set to make its London debut at the Other Palace Theatre this summer.

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Music Review: New Releases of May 2019 by Deanna Costa

May 2019 pushed far on the Summer Hit front. The post Music Review: New Releases of May 2019 appeared first on The Arts Fuse.

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The Importance of Being Earnest review at Albert Halls, Bolton – ‘strong comic performances’ by Natalie Douglas

Most of the characters in Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest are concerned with appearances. Algernon Moncrieff keeps track of current

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Billy Porter Sings 'Everything's Coming Up Roses' at the 2019 Tony Awards by Dan Meyer

The Kinky Boots Tony winner and Pose star participated in a karaoke rendition of the Gypsy classic during a commercial break.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Walford Bodie, The Electric Wizard by Trav S.D.

A long overdue tribute today to showman and charlatan Walford Bodie (Samuel Murphy Brodie, 1869-1939). Our shocking lapse in waiting so long to add him to our rosters of great vaudevillians …

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, June 11, 2019 by Susan Grace

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Playwright Tanika Gupta: ‘A good play tells us something about the world we live in today’ by Liz Hoggard

In 2003, Tanika Gupta’s adaptation of Hobson’s Choice was up for an for Olivier. She tells Liz Hoggard why she’s returned to

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How One Actress Found Transformation In Her Trauma by Jeryl Brunner

When the unthinkable occurred, jeopardizing her marriage, family and all that was stable, Maddie Corman picked up her proverbial pen. Her solo show, Accidentally Brave, is her raw, honest an…

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NEWS: Vibrant Festival returns for 11th year with nine new plays at Finborough Theatre by Featured Content

Vibrant - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, the Finborough Theatre's annual explosion of new writing, returns this week for its eleventh consecutive year, presenting nine new plays on Su…

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Billy Porter belts out Gypsy for James Corden during unaired Tonys moment by Nick Romano

Now here’s something you definitely didn’t see on TV during the Tony Awards. Master of ceremonies James Corden, in a postmortem chat on his The Late Late Show program, revealed footage o…

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Channel 4 expects staff to quit rather than move to Leeds HQ

Broadcaster’s chief Alex Mahon says 70-90% of London-based employees will leave

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Quiz: Theatre in the 1940s and ’50s by Christa Skiles

Test your knowledge of iconic shows The post Quiz: Theatre in the 1940s and ’50s appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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VIDEO: Watch the All New Trailer For FROZEN 2

Disney has released an all new trailer for 'Frozen 2,' the sequel to the smash hit film!

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Kids Week 2019 tickets now on sale! by Eleni Cashell

It’s here, the moment you’ve been waiting for, Kids Week tickets are now on sale! Book Kids Week 2019 tickets on Official London Theatre. The post Kids Week 2019 tickets now on sale! app…

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10 questions for 10 years – Theatre critic Henry Hitchings by Ian Foster

The outgoing Evening Standard theatre reviewer Henry Hitchings takes a little time to reflect with 10 easygoing questions.

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Embracing Open Texts by Kate Bergstrom

By Kate Bergstrom. Kate Bergstrom investigates the open text, looking at how theatremakers approach the form, the balance between respect for the script and unique interpretation, and more.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Chamber Dance Project Brings ‘The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock’ From Page to Stage by David Siegel

‘‘Do I dare/Disturb the universe?” asked T.S. Eliot’s protagonist in the confessional modernist masterwork “The Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock.” Through a world-premier devised …

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Watch the New Trailer for Disney's Frozen 2 by Ryan McPhee

Idina Menzel, Kristen Bell, Jonathan Groff, and more return as Arendelle faces new dangers.

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Cuttings review at Hope Theatre, London – ‘sparky, witty and well-observed’ by Sally Hales

Ollie George Clark’s sparky, well-observed play delves into the murky world of modern-day crisis management. YouTuber turned actor Arthur Moses has won

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Utah Symphony’s Thierry Fischer To Succeed Marin Alsop At São Paulo State Symphony by Artsjournal1

Alsop, who is currently music director of the Baltimore Symphony and begins as chief conductor of the Vienna Radio Symphony this fall, steps down from Brazil’s leading orchestra at the end…

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Brazil’s Museums Exempted From Bolsonaro’s Massive Change To Cultural Funding Law by Artsjournal1

“Among the changes [to the “Rouanet Law“] due to come into effect next year is the reduction of the annual funding cap per project from 60m reais ($15.44m) to 1m reais ($257,000), but …

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Staffers Win Lawsuit To Halt Renovation Of State Russian Museum In St. Petersburg by Artsjournal1

“After nearly a yearlong legal wrangle, a court in St. Petersburg has ruled in favour of the State Russian Museum staff who have been fighting against plans for a $17m overhaul of the Mikh…

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West End deal secures 9% pay rise and paves the way for flexible working by Matthew Hemley

Performers and stage managers working in the largest West End theatres will earn more than £700 a week as a minimum for

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The 2019 Tony Awards: A Few Thoughts... by JK

It is finished. The 2018-2019 Broadway season is officially in the books, and the post-Tonys haze begins to lift. Like most of you, we were glued to the screen on Sunday night watching event…

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549: Scots of the Spanish Civil War review at Traverse Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘vibrant storytelling’ by Thom Dibdin

The new show by Wonder Fools tells the story of a group of men from the former mining village of Prestonpans, a

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Antony Sher’s Year of the Mad King wins 2019 Theatre Book Prize by Georgia Snow

Actor Antony Sher has won this year’s Theatre Book Prize for Year of the Mad King, which chronicles the year in which

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Un Ballo in Maschera review at Opera Holland Park, London – ‘a visual feast’ by Inge Kjemtrup

Political drama or romantic tragedy? Verdi’s Un Ballo in Maschera has elements of both with its plot about the assassination of the

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VIDEO: Get a First Listen to Two New Songs From the Upcoming BACK TO THE FUTURE Musical

BACK TO THE FUTURE The Musical will open at the Manchester Opera House on 20 February 2020 for a strictly limited 12-week season. Get a first listen to two new songs from the upcoming musica…

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First Person: Matt Henry on fulfilling 'a dream come true' to play the legendary singer Sam Cooke by Matt Henry

The Olivier Award-winning alumnus of 'Kinky Boots' shifts gears to tell a vibrant story of 1960s America When I first read One Night in Miami, I instantly felt a strong connection to the …

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‘Without my daughter, drinking would have been a problem’: Patton Oswalt on bereavement by David Smith

The comedian’s life was upended in 2016 when his wife died. He discusses her role in the Golden State Killer case, the ‘shadow slog’ of grief – and the reaction to his remarriage The…

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The Importance of Being Earnest review – Oscar's dazzler is wildly overdone by Mark Fisher

Albert Halls, BoltonDespite the cast’s best efforts, Oscar Wilde’s comedy gets almost no laughs in a production that tries too hard to be funny With a good Oscar Wilde aphorism, you can…

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Michelle Wolf: 'My new period joke is for men – and they love it' by Alexis Soloski

The upfront standup took down Trump with a blistering routine at the White House correspondents’ dinner. But she won’t joke about him again Here are some things the comedian Michelle Wol…

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Prince of Wales becomes president of Royal Welsh College by Matthew Hemley

The Prince of Wales has become president of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He replaces David Rowe-Beddoe, the college’s

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Best of the Blogs: Education, Education, Education to Custody to Country Music by Lisa Martland

Carrying on a new series, our editor Lisa Martland picks out seven of her Top Picks from the last week of theatre (2-9 June 2019). Amidst her top choices are Maryam Philpott’s journey back…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Opinion: A bland Tony Awards telecast with moments of sincerity by Jeremy Gerard

Terrence McNally has a history of getting cut off by the Tonys telecast. The first time was in 1995, when his drama “Love! Valour! Compassion!” won the Tony Award for Best Play. CBS pull…

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Wake Up With BWW 6/11: Tony Awards Recap, Ratings, Reviews and More!

Good morning, BroadwayWorld! We're still riding the post-Tonys high! Check out our recap of all things Tonys, in case you might have missed out on any of our coverage, or just want to relive…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Bohemian Rhapsody’s Neil Fox-Roberts: ‘It’s essential to show D/deaf role models’ by John Byrne

My first job was in 1993 for Mockbeggar Theatre Company in a play called Against the Grain. But I would like to

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Check out all of the nominations for the Helpmann Awards’ first Melbourne ceremony by Matt Edwards

Move over Sydney, the Helpmann Awards are heading to Melbourne! For the first time ever, Arts Centre Melbourne, Victoria’s home of the performing arts, will host the 19th annual Helpmann A…

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‘This thought-provoking play has plenty to say’: PRECIOUS LITTLE – Brockley Jack Theatre by Liz Dyer

It may be called Precious Little, but this thought-provoking play at the Brockley Jack Studio Theatre has plenty to say.

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Obituary: Stephen Thorne – actor with a prolific radio career whose ‘lithe voice commanded the ear’ by Michael Quinn

A consummate radio actor with a lithe and cultured voice that commanded the ear, Stephen Thorne was a prolific contributor to the

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Artistic director of Regional Theatre Young Directors Scheme, Sue Emmas: ‘Be kind’ by John Byrne

How did you start in theatre? No one in my family had an interest in theatre so it’s hard to know where

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Green Room: What awards would you like to see added to ceremonies? by Jon Dryden Taylor

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

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Shakespeare meets Facebook in new adaptation Much Ado About Not(h)ing by Featured Content

A new adaptation of Shakespeare's famous comedy, updating the Bard's tale for an era of social media, Much Ado About Not(h)ing, comes to the Cockpit Theatre later this month. Get your smartp…

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Charlie Pollock Joins Pretty Woman on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway alum Charlie Pollock heads to the Nederlander Theatre on June 11, taking over the role of Philip Stuckey in Pretty Woman: The Musical. Original cast member Jason Danieley played his…

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Why (And How) Are You Apologizing? by Joe Patti

Seth Godin recently wrote a lengthy post on the subject of apologies.  He addresses the issue of entities providing insufficient apologies but also the expectation of restitution which is o…

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How Disney Taught a Generation to Love Musicals by Variety

From early Broadway days to Marvel and Star Wars, with Disney Theatrical president Thomas Schumacher.

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Singer Renée Fleming: ‘Music is a form of social cohesion – a way of holding us together’ by Mark Shenton

Throughout her stellar opera career, Renée Fleming has frequently branched out into musical theatre and jazz. As The Light in the Piazza

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Designer Grace Smart: Actors, I’m sorry about that stray pin prick – let’s be friends by Grace Smart

“It’s just pastoral care,” one designer said to me when I started. “Costume design isn’t an art form, it’s babysitting actors.” This

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

DC and The USO Bring Batman to troops stationed overseas by Blouin Artinfo

To mark the Batman’s 80th anniversary celebration, DC has joined forces with The United Service Organizations (USO) to bring the World’s Greatest Detective to the nearly 12,000 US milita…

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AND THE WINNERS ARE ... by Joe Dziemianowicz

Hadestown and The Ferryman were among the big winners, with each taking home multiple awards.

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Character, Character, Character: Humbug High by Lindsay Price

Everyone can find the true meaning of Christmas in their heart. In Humbug High: A Contemporary Christmas Carol by Lindsay Price, it only takes a couple of ghosts and a dead lunch lady. Eddie…

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Tuesday, June 11, 2019 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tony Awards 2019: The Real Winners And Losers by Lee Seymour

Broadway's biggest night was a lumpy, uneven affair this year, with surprising trends and upsetting snubs aplenty.

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On the Couch with Aaron Cash by Arts Review

Who is Aaron Cash? A Brisbane boy who has worked with some of the world’s biggest names: Cher, Twyla Tharp and Mikhail Baryshnikov. An original tap dog, he is also the creator and choreogr…

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Ms. Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton by Arts Review

Festivals can throw up all sorts of wonderful surprises. At the Melbourne International Jazz Festival, Ms. Lisa Fischer and Grand Baton was a prime example. We began the night with Audrey Po…

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Day in the Life of Dance: Behind the Byline — Nicole Dekle Collins on Writing for The Dance Enthusiast by The Dance Enthusiast

Behind the Byline highlights one our most important assets — our contributors. Get to know the person behind your favorite articles.

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IMPRESSIONS: YYDC’s “The Edge of 30°” at BAM Fisher by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: YYDC’s “The Edge of 30°” at BAM Fisher, "Regardless of your seat, and there’s no bad seat, you’ll notice the performers’ unique relationship to their kinesphere…

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