Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 11pm (Broadway Time)

The Production Company announce official closure by Gabi Bergman

Today, we said our final farewells to The Production Company. In a statement on their website, it was announced that

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On the Couch with Robert Grubb by Arts Review

Who is Robert Grubb? Robert is one of Australia’s most accomplished and versatile performers who is currently starring in Billy Elliot The Musical. What would you do differently from what …

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Sing Street Announces Original Broadway Cast Recording

The album will be released on the date of the new musical's first Broadway preview.

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A 26-Year-Old Woman Is Directing One of the Biggest Musicals of the Broadway Season

Lucy Moss is cowriter and codirector of Six on Broadway.

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Brexit Revisited by Aleks Sierz

“Fetch me ’ammer.” (Edward Bond, Saved) “Art is not a mirror held up to reality, but a hammer with which to shape it.” (Bertolt Brecht) A couple of years ago, our family got a new …

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Anastacia McCleskey, Khalifa White, Gina Lamparella and More Join CAROLINE, OR CHANGE Revival

Additional casting has been announced for the Broadway revival of Caroline, or Change.

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The Campaign by Arts Review

An honest and raw retelling of the journey to repeal Australia’s most archaic anti-gay legislation, Seymour Centre and White Box Theatre will present Campion Decent’s acclaimed play, The…

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Review Roundup: Tony Kushner Adapts THE VISIT at The National Theatre

The Visit plays on the Olivier Stage at The National Theatre. Based on the play by Friedrich Dürrenmatt adapted by Tony Kushner, original English version by Maurice Valency. Read the review…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories by Victor Gluck, Editor-In-Chief

The Mint Theater Company has rediscovered and championed British actor/playwright Miles Malleson with Conflict and Yours Unfaithfully. Now they have combined two of his one acts adapted from…

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Torch the Place by Arts Review

A poignant modern comedy about finding clarity in the clutter of life, Benjamin Law makes his playwriting debut with Torch the Place at Arts Centre Melbourne from 14 February 2020. Littered…

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The Production Company says Thank you and Good bye! by Arts Review

In a statement released this afternoon, The Production Company have announced they won’t be proceeding to present a musical in May: Given the unique challenges of the current economic clim…

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Review: APAC’s ‘Jump’ asks the hard questions by Erin Kahn

Are there warning signs? Does it take a certain strength to go through with it (or not go through with it)? Afterward, how do those left behind cope with what has happened? These are just a …

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Review: Mime Bill Bowers takes a journey of pure joy in ‘The Traveler’ by Erin Kahn

“I’m going to a mime performance. I have no idea what to expect.” Such were my parting words to my roommate as I left my apartment and traveled downtown to Theatre Row. “Should be in…

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Roz Hammond to play Nurse Ratched in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST by Gabi Bergman

Australian actor and writer, Roz Hammond will play the chilling role of Nurse Ratched in a new stage adaptation of one of

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‘A Quick 5’ with Kaitlyn Pietras, Projection Designer for ‘Mother Road’ at Arena Stage by Susan Brall

The Oregon Shakespeare Festival Production of “Mother Road” is presently playing at Arena Stage until March 8, 2020.  “Mother Road” is written by Octavio Solis and directed by Bill …

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People You Should Know . . . Cheri Wicks by Zack Calhoon

Cheri Wicks a founding member and Managing Director from 2012 to 2017 joined forces with Erin as Co-Producing Artistic Directors in February 2017.  Growing up in central Montana where prod…

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People You Should Know . . . Ross G. Hewitt by Zack Calhoon

Ross G. Hewitt is an associate member of the American Dramatists Guild and an active member of the Village Playwrights, a group that gives LGBTQ playwrights and screenwriters a voice. His fu…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

MCA announces 2020 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exhibitions and programs by Arts Review

The Museum of Contemporary Art Australia (MCA) has announced its 2020 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exhibitions and programs embedding artists, culture and knowledge of the First Peo…

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Stage and TV star, Roz Hammond to play Nurse Ratched in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST by Peter J Snee

Australian actor and writer, Roz Hammond will play the chilling role of Nurse Ratched in a new stage adaptation of

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Theatre Review: ‘The King’s Speech’ at the National Theatre by Kristin Franco

“Duty is the sole justification of our privilege.” This belief is at the very heart of the British monarchy, and thusly it is central to the story of the “The King’s Speech,” the p…

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Escape the confines of the city and join a wild adventure of love and laughter by Peter J Snee

The ladies lead the way as Melbourne Shakespeare Company brings Shakespeare’s best-loved comedy ​As You Like It​ to Central Park,

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30th Melbourne Queer Film Festival Launched by Arts Review

This year’s Melbourne Queer Film Festival (MQFF) program has been billed as thought provoking, playful, unmissable and adventurous at last night’s program launch held at Metropolis Event…

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Circa to premiere two collaborative creations this February by Peter J Snee

In a revolutionary world-first circus performance of Beethoven’s towering 9th Symphony, Circa has joined forces with the Melbourne Symphony Orchestra

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It’s a wild wine-day Wednesday in ‘Happy Birthday Doug’ at SoHo Playhouse by Deb Miller

Following his smash hit run with Bright Colors and Bold Patterns in 2017-18, writer/performer Drew Droege returns to SoHo Playhouse for a limited engagement of his latest comedy Happy Birthd…

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Arts Centre Melbourne teams with VCA, The University of Melbourne and ACMI for Asia TOPA contemporary performances by Gabi Bergman

Arts Centre Melbourne has joined with the Victorian College of the Arts, The University of Melbourne and ACMI, to present

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Call Answered: Belinda Davids: "The Greatest Love Of All: A Tribute To Whitney Houston" by Adam Rothenberg

Whether helping me solve a problem or inspiring me to write my own parody song, Whitney Houston’s music has always been part of my life’s soundtrack. One of my favorite kind of interview…

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The Bee in Me review – a bold, challenging tale of childhood fantasy by Chris Wiegand

Unicorn theatre, LondonIn Roland Schimmelpfennig’s play, three actors narrate a day in the life of a young person who uses imagination to escape a precarious existence For his first season…

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Sample the Music of Flying Over Sunset Before It Soars to Broadway

Watch Carmen Cusack, Tony Yazbeck, Harry Hadden-Paton, and more perform pieces of James Lapine's latest musical at Lincoln Center Theater.

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‘The King’s Speech’ amounts to a stale retelling by Thomas Floyd

David Seidler’s play, which premiered in London following the film’s success, is underwhelming in its visit to the National Theatre.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Rialto Chatter: Is George C. Wolfe's BLACK ORPHEUS Headed to Broadway?

A new musical stage adaptation of Black Orpheus directed by multi Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe could be headed to Broadway!

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Protesters respond to ‘West Side Story’ statement by Caitlin Huston

In response to a statement from “West Side Story” supporting cast member Amar Ramasar, protesters vowed to return louder and in greater numbers than before to speak out against his casti…

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Performativity and Worldmaking: An Interview with Chiel M. Kattenbelt by Ágnes Bakk

This interview was made within the framework of the exploratory research project rethinking intermediality in contemporary cinema: changing forms of in-between-ness, PN-IIIIDPCE-2016-0418, …

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In My Mind’s Eye by Lara Altunian

The post In My Mind’s Eye appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Review: The King’s Speech makes a brief, but memorable, stop at The National by Steven McKnight

The King’s Speech, the true royal story told in an Academy Award-winning 2010 film, brings its American debut as a play to the National Theatre.  Early in, King George V (who in 1932 beca…

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Review: A Long Night as Tony Kushner Revisits ‘The Visit’ by Ben Brantley

This murky and tedious reworking of Friedrich Dürrenmatt’s dark fable of love and lucre is illuminated by Lesley Manville’s dazzling star turn.

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A Beloved Neighbor Leaves the Building by Peter Khoury

An Illinois farm boy who came to New York to be a singer left an indelible mark on the Upper West Side co-op where he lived for more than six decades.

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High-quality television concepts dominate shortlist for premier awards for emerging writers by Arts Review

Six new Showcase projects have been announced as the shortlist for the Australian Writers’ Guild’s 2019 Monte Miller Awards, to be presented later this month in Melbourne. At a time whe…

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The DanceBands: Making art together, making it for all  by Admin

There’s just something about live music and movement coming together. Anyone who’s danced at a wedding or school dance — joyfully, without care or fear — knows that viscerally. One s…

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One Act Play Festival by Peter J Snee

The Butterfly Club has a proud and long history of unearthing and supporting emerging theatre productions from Melbourne’s rich and

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Heads to Japan by Matthew Wexler

Japanese production of the global sensation "Harry Potter and the Cursed Child" is scheduled to premiere in Tokyo in 2022. The post ‘Harry Potter and the Cursed Child’ Heads to Japan app…

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In Raven Theatre’s ‘A Doll’s House,’ Nora is as Relevant as Ever by Matthew Wexler

Chicago's Raven Theatre presents a new adaptation of Ibsen's "A Doll's House," proving that the 19th-century play still packs plenty of punch for 21st-century audiences. The post In Raven Th…

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Rufus Sewell Joins Baz Luhrmann's Musical ELVIS Biopic

Variety reports that Rufus Sewell has joined the cast of 'Elvis' as the King's father, Vernon Presley.

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Rediscovering Tim and Tom by Trav S.D.

Sometimes you just have to throw out the playbook and do what moves you. I had planned a variety of other posts for today but could not get off the starting block. Among possible ones I was …

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Protestors Respond To New WEST SIDE STORY Statement On Amar Ramasar Controversy

Since principal casting was announced for the Ivo van Hove-directed Broadway revival of West Side Story was announced last July, there have been public concerns over the actor playing the …

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Antônio Carlos Jobim’s music finally coming to Broadway by Michael Riedel

As far as I can tell, the one and only time an Antônio Carlos Jobim song was heard on Broadway was in Twyla Tharp’s “Come Fly Away.” The song was “Wave,” which, as I write this, m…

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In Tough Winter Broadway Hopes for a Hot Holiday Weekend with Total Box Office Down, Lowest Since September by Roger Friedman

It’s been a tough winter for Broadway at the box office. This past weekend’s take was $27.9 million, the lowest since last

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Late Actor Rip Torn’s Advice to Younger Cousin Sissy Spacek On Becoming An Actress: “Don’t tell anyone you’re related to me. It wouldn’t hel by Regina Weinreich

At the Greenwich House Theater for a memorial for Oscar nominee and Emmy winner Rip Torn, awesome clips revealed the evolution of

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Scott Rudin To Be Interviewed on 60 MINUTES About the WEST SIDE STORY Revival

Audiences will no doubt recognize the quintessential American musical West Side Story when its latest revival opens next week. Its unforgettable music, lyrics and story are the same. But thi…

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“Poet in Da Corner” at The Royal Court by Duška Radosavljević

The last time I took my non-theatre-going husband to the Royal Court was in the autumn of 2013, when I was heavily pregnant with our first child, to see Kate Tempest’s Brand New Ancients. …

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LD Entertainment, Roadside Attractions Buy Julie Taymor's Gloria Steinem Biopic

Variety reports that the upcoming Gloria Steinem biopic, from theatre and film director Julie Taymor, has sold to LD Entertainment and Roadside Attractions.

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Go Inside Rehearsal for Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat Concert Starring Noah Galvin by Marc J. Franklin

The Michael Arden-helmed presentation, also starring Eden Espinosa, Alex Newell, and Jessica Vosk, will play Lincoln Center’s David Geffen Hall February 17.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Backstage at Six with Abby Mueller, Episode 3: Move-In Day! by

Abby Mueller and the Six queens move in to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre and have a Bachelor viewing party.

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Take a First Look at the Off-Broadway Revival of Young Jean Lee's We're Gonna Die by Diep Tran

Who says death has to be depressing? We're Gonna Die by Young Jean Lee is currently running at Second Stage Theater. First written and performed in 2011 by Lee herself, this new version of…

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Alysha Deslorieux to Join David Hyde Pierce & Ari'el Stachel in New Musical The Visitor at the Public Theater by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway alum Alysha Deslorieux has taken over the role of Zainab in the world premiere musical The Visitor, set to arrive at off-Broadway's Public Theater this spring. Deslorieux replace…

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Mrs. Doubtfire Musical Completes Casting for Broadway Premiere by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is complete for the highly anticipated Broadway premiere of Mrs. Doubtfire. The previously announced musical based on the hit film will arrive at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre on Marc…

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See the Cast of The Inheritance Celebrate Their 100th Performance by

What's the best pick-me-up during a 6.5-hour show day? Cake, it seems. On Wednesday, February 12, in between performances of Part One and Part Two of The Inheritance, Matthew Lopez's epic …

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Glow Up: Six Moves in to the Brooks Atkinson Theatre in Episode 3 of Abby Mueller's Vlog by Michael Appler

Yes, Hannah Ann lied to Peter on The Bachelor and the queens of Six are shook. This week, in the third episode of her vlog, Yas, Queen!, Abby Mueller took viewers to the Brooks Atkinso…

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Jocelyn Bioh's Romantic Comedy Nollywood Dreams Sets Full Casting for Off-Broadway Run by Andy Lefkowitz

MCC Theater has announced complete casting for Nollywood Dreams, a new play by Jocelyn Bioh set to make its world premiere next month. The previously announced production, directed by Saheem…

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Broadway Producer Richie Jackson on His New Book Gay Like Me and Why the Battle for Gay Rights Isn't Over by Diep Tran

When Richie Jackson set out to write his book Gay Like Me, he decided to construct it as a letter to his openly gay teenage son. “I wanted to share with him what it means to be a gay man…

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‘West Side Story’ Defends Actor At Center Of Protests Outside Broadway Theater by Denise Petski

Broadway’s West Side Story is coming to the defense of cast member Amar Ramasar, who has been at the center of continued protests outside the theater over a sexually explicit photo the act…

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Facing protests, ‘West Side Story’ stands by Amar Ramasar by Caitlin Huston

“West Side Story” doubled down on its employment of cast member Amar Ramasar as the musical continues to face protests outside the theater and backlash against his casting.  The backlas…

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9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL Melbourne tickets now on sale! by Gabi Bergman

Look out Melbourne – tickets to the smash-hit West End musical 9 TO 5 THE MUSICAL are on sale from

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Quiz: Which SIX Queen Are You?

We're celebrating the first preview of SIX by giving you the chance to see which of the show's iconic queens you are with some fun personality questions. Take the quiz to find out!

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Clare Bartholomew and Daniel Tobias are back with a brand new murderously funny physical farce by Peter J Snee

Since 2006, Clare Bartholomew and Daniel Tobias have been touring their award-winning, irreverent brand of theatre and comedy-cabaret to North

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Watch Kyle Soller, Tony Goldwyn, & More in These Searing New Clips from The Inheritance on Broadway

Get a glimpse at performances from Broadway's The Inheritance.

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Positions in Design, Acting, Creative, Administrative, More in this Week's BroadwayWorld Classifieds, 2/13

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 2/13/2020 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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Concert Preview: Candlelight Concert Society Present the Award-Winning ‘Schumann Quartett’ by Susan Brall

On Saturday, February 22, 2020, at 7:30 pm Candlelight Concert Society Presents “Schumann Quartett” at the Smith Theatre, Horowitz Visual and Performing Arts Center, Howard Community Col…

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QUIZ: Which “West Side Story” Cast Member Are You? One of the Normal Ones, or the Sexual Harasser? by Broadway Beat

EDITOR'S NOTE: The original title of this piece referred to Amar Ramasar as a "sex offender". It has since been updated to the term "sexual harasser". Amar Ramasar is not legally a sex offen…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Scottish Conservatory Suspends Teachers For “Bullying” Culture In Course Others Call Visionary by Artsjournal

The Royal Conservatoire of Scotland has vowed to act after an independent review of one of its leading degree programmes highlighted allegations of “bullying, favouritism and misuse of aut…

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Playing Against The Web – How Art Criticism Is Evolving by Artsjournal

The web favors certain virtues—wit, weirdness, bombast, and urgency—over others. In real time, we’ve witnessed critics watch their well-crafted essays sink to the internet’s depths l…

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38 Years After It Won A Pulitzer, Charles Fuller’s ‘A Soldier’s Play’ Makes It To Broadway by Artsjournal1

The script was first produced by the Negro Ensemble Company (Samuel L. Jackson, Denzel Washington, and David Alan Grier were in the cast) back in 1982, and Fuller never did anything like it …

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When The Doctor Called The Star Ballerina With Terrible News by Artsjournal

“He said, ‘You have to promise me you won’t go into work today. I just could tell by the tone. I said, ‘I’m going to be able to dance again, right?’ And he said to me, ‘Well, w…

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Peak TV? Yes – Here’s How Many Shows Were Available To Watch Last Year by Artsjournal

Folks like to joke that there’s just too much TV to watch, but rarely do they back it up with facts. Now, they can. According to new data from Nielsen, there were 646,152 unique programs a…

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Broadway takes on the Oscars! by Gabi Bergman

The 92nd Annual Academy Awards aired last Sunday, and it saw an impressive number of theatre stars up for nomination.

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The New Orchestra of Washington presents a love so powerful it hurts in ‘A Poet’s Love: It’s Complicated’ by Whitney Fishburn

While much of the city is abuzz with romantic romping this Valentine’s Day weekend, the New Orchestra of Washington will concern itself with the transformative power of love and loss when …

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Former San Jose mayor brings Irish humor to new play by Sal Pizarro

Tom McEnery's second play, "A Statue for Ballybunion," will make its San Jose debut on St. Patrick's Day.

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Exclusive: Broadway's New West Side Story Releases Statement Regarding Casting Controversy by Playbill Staff

The new revival has come under fire for casting New York City Ballet performer Amar Ramasar.

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Broadway's New West Side Story Releases Statement Regarding Casting Controversy by Playbill Staff

The new revival has come under fire for casting New York City Ballet performer Amar Ramasar.

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10 Foot Rat Cabaret At Under St. Marks by Db Frick

Photography by Gregory Levine – Pictured Producer/Dancer Andrea Palesh I truly believe to understand the heart of a production you must understand the theater the production is in first. S…

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Jason Alexander directing Broadway-bound adaptation of The War of the Roses by Maureen Lee Lenker

Jason Alexander is about to go to war. The award-winning actor is attached to direct a Broadway-bound adaptation of The War of the Roses. The play is based on the original novel by Warren …

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World Premiere of Jocelyn Bioh’s Nollywood Dreams Finds Its Cast by Olivia Clement

Sandra Okuboyejo will star as the aspiring ingenue in the new romantic comedy about dreaming big in 1990s Nigeria.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

William Inge Theatre Festival Names 2020 New Voices Winner by American Theatre Editors

Playwright Gina Femia joins Lynn Nottage as the two playwrights receiving awards at this year's festival.

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Mrs. Doubtfire Announces Complete Broadway Cast

The new musical begins performances March 9 at the Stephen Sondheim Theatre.

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Martin McDonagh's Hangmen Completes Broadway Casting

McDonagh's dark comedy will open this March at Broadway's Golden Theatre.

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Harry Hadden-Paton, Carmen Cusack, and Tony Yazbeck Preview Flying Over Sunset

Meet the cast of this new Broadway musical at Lincoln Center Theater.

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Will Open in Tokyo in Summer 2022

The Tony-winning play announces plans for its first Asian production.

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Aladdin Live-Action Sequel in the Works From Disney

The blockbuster 2019 summer reboot may be coming back for more.

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Mrs. Doubtfire Cast Announced by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

The musical comedy Mrs. Doubtfire will begin performances at Broadway’s Stephen Sondheim Theatre on March 9, 2020, with an official opening night scheduled for April 5, 2020. Under the dir…

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Margaret Atwood’s ‘MaddAddam’ books to be translated into dance in National Ballet of Canada’s new season by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

World premiere of “MADDADDAM” ballet choreographed by Wayne McGregor is set for Nov. 21, 2020.

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‘Unmasked’ Review: Andrew Lloyd Webber Reveals and Remembers by Laura Collins-Hughes

This multimedia concert and career retrospective forgets that the best way to honor the composer is to have a good time with his music.

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Beethoven in its bones: Faust-Queyras-Melnikov Trio at UVA’s Tuesday Evening Concert Series by David Rohde

When an elite chamber music trio has Beethoven in its bones, the ensemble apparently doesn’t need to spend most of their time together or even come up with a coherent name for the group. A…

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VIDEO: Constance Wu Dreams of Performing at Shakespeare In The Park

Constance Wu was a guest on Wednesday night's episode of The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to talk about the final season of her ABC series Fresh Off The Boat. Wu has had a surge of su…

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Celebrate the Anniversary of Rent's Original Off-Broadway Production With 10 Iconic Quotes, Chosen by Fans by Nathan Skethway

The beloved Jonathan Larson musical opened at New York Theatre Workshop on February 13, 1996.

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Rachel Bloom, Whoopi Goldberg & More Announced as Guest Judges on RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE Season 12

Emmy(R) award-winning host RuPaul will be joined by an epic line-up of celebrities to help show regulars Michelle Visage, Carson Kressley and Ross Mathews as they decide who will stay, lip-s…

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Review: Sticky Door, VAULT Festival by Estelle Homerstone

Review: Sticky Door, VAULT Festival 5.0stars Katie Arnstein’s heartbreakingly funny show about “sex, stigma and cystitis” is a triumphantly true retelling of her experiences with men a…

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Review: Everybody Cares, Everybody Understands, VAULT Festival by Suzannah Ball

Review: Everybody Cares, Everybody Understands, VAULT Festival3.0starsA lot of us have problems, and the majority of us are hesitant in speaking about them. These problems manifest themselve…

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Rio's school for Samba – in pictures by Silvia Izquierdo / Ap

Such is the reputation of the Paraíso de Tuiuti samba school in Rio de Janeiro that dancers travel from as far afield as the UK, Russia and Japan to train in the ways of hip-swivelling and …

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Bluebeard review – Pina Bausch's punishing portrait of marital misery by Lyndsey Winship

Sadler’s Wells, LondonSet to Bartók’s opera, the bloody myth becomes a bleak battle of the sexes where we can never quite tell right from wrong Pina Bausch was of the “hell is other p…

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Far Away review – Jessica Hynes brings humour to short, sharp horror by Miriam Gillinson

Donmar Warehouse, London The real world slides away with frightening ease and pace in Caryl Churchill’s masterclass of tension Twenty years on from its premiere, Far Away still feels like …

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A Little Space review – thrilling whirl through a block of flats by Catherine Love

Home, ManchesterThe thin line between loneliness and connection is made manifest in Gecko and Mind the Gap’s surprising show It’s apt that Gecko’s new collaboration with Mind the Gap h…

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You still hear the people sing: Les Mis protest anthem blazes from France to China by David Jays

The defiant lyrics to the classic Les Misérables track are reverberating through uprisings in Hong Kong and China It has soared during an airport sit-in, united street protests and drowned …

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REVIEW: Bible John, Forge, Vault Festival London ✭✭✭✭✭ by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Mark Ludmon reviews Bible John presented by These Girls as part of the Vault Festival 2020 at The Vaults in London. This post REVIEW: Bible John, Forge, Vault Festival London …

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Season Four of THE GOOD FIGHT Starring Christine Baranski & Audra McDonald to Premiere on April 9

CBS All Access today announced that the fourth season of its critically acclaimed original drama series THE GOOD FIGHT will premiere on Thursday, April 9. New episodes of THE GOOD FIGHT's 10…

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GALA’s ‘Exquisita Agonia’ pours its heart out by Celia Wren

2018 play written and directed by Nilo Cruz brims with poetry and oversize emotion.

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Get a Glimpse Into Second Stage’s We’re Gonna Die Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Young Jean Lee's play-concert, starring Janelle McDermoth, opens at Tony Kiser Theater February 25.

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Alex Newell Credits Aubrey Plaza and Billy Porter For That Epic Laura Dern Moment with the Gay Men’s Chorus

Alex Newell shared the story behind the viral video clip.

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Off-Broadway's The Visitor Completes Casting With Alysha Deslorieux by Dan Meyer

The Hamilton alum steps in for Slave Play's Joaquina Kalukango, who had to withdraw from the production due to scheduling conflicts.

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‘Mrs. Doubtfire’ announces complete Broadway cast by Gillian Russo

The Broadway production of “Mrs. Doubtfire” has announced its complete cast. The newly announced members include Cameron Adams, Akilah Ayanna, Calvin L. Cooper, Kaleigh Cronin, Casey Gar…

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What to Expect From the World Premiere ‘Creation’ Revenge Song at the Geffen Playhouse by Ruthie Fierberg

Catch clips from the music-filled, suphero-style historical comedy from Vietgone writer Qui Nguyen in this exclusive video.

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San Jose’s Jeannie Mai slams jokes about coronavirus and Asians by Chuck Barney

'There are actually people dying from this,' Mai said on 'The Real'

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Leslie Odom, Jr. Debuts Music Video for 'Go Crazy'

Grammy and Tony Award-winning vocalist, songwriter, author and actor Leslie Odom, Jr. has unveiled the music video for “Go Crazy.” 

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St. Louis Cabaret Conference – July 11–19, 2020 by David Sabella

St. Louis Cabaret Conference July 11 – 19, 2020 Currently Accepting Applications The St. Louis Cabaret Conference offers 3 distinct tracks of learning, includes 8 nationally renowned facul…

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Afterglow, Seen Off-Broadway and in London, Sets West Coast Premiere by Andrew Gans

The play examines the emotional, intellectual, and sexual dynamics between a gay married couple in an open relationship.

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Top 10 Things To Help Post-Show Blues by Performerstuff

Top 10 Things To Help Post-Show Blues Written by Ella Embry February 16, 2020 Now that you’ve finished the one show and auditions for the next are over… what do you do?! I mean, you…

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Tony-Winning Harry Potter and the Cursed Child to Open in Tokyo in 2022 by Andy Lefkowitz

Lucky Japan audiences will soon have the chance to experience the magic of the Tony-winning two-part play Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. A new mounting of the play has been announced to…

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Lindsay Pearce Will Fly into Broadway's Wicked as Elphaba; Sam Gravitte to Take Over as Fiyero by Andy Lefkowitz

This pair is about to get mighty popular! Lindsay Pearce, an alum of The Glee Project, and Sam Gravitte, a former Wicked understudy, will take over the roles of Elphaba and Fiyero in the sma…

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See Joe Pantoliano and the Cast of the New Off-Broadway Play Drift by Diep Tran

The cast of the new off-Broadway play Drift met the press on January 12. The play by William Francis Hoffman is set in a 1950s blue-collar town, about a family filled with secrets that…

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New Horizons to Pursue: An Aladdin Film Sequel Is in Development by Andy Lefkowitz

Aladdin is heading back to the screen yet again. On the heels of a recent hit live-action adaptation of the 1992 animated film, Disney is in the early development stages of producing a movi…

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Dark Comedy Hangmen, Starring Dan Stevens, Completes Casting for Broadway Premiere by Andy Lefkowitz

Full casting has been announced for the upcoming Broadway staging of four-time Tony nominee Martin McDonagh's Hangmen. The previously announced production, directed by Matthew Dunster, will…

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Jason Alexander to Direct Pre-Broadway Stage Adaptation of The War of the Roses in Maine by Andy Lefkowitz

Tony-winning stage-and-screen actor Jason Alexander has signed on to direct a new theatrical version of the dark comedy The War of the Roses this summer. The play will receive a production…

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We're Gonna Die Is an Uplifting Look at Mortality, with Songs by Diep Tran

During one moment in the off-Broadway play We’re Gonna Die, Janelle McDermoth sings the title song, which has the following lyrics: “I’m gonna die, I’m gonna die someday. Then I’ll…

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Broadway producer Richie Jackson stops by HQ to chat about his new book Gay Like Me and more with Ryan Lee Gilbert.

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Full Cast Set for Broadway's Mrs. Doubtfire Musical by Playbill Staff

Tony nominee Rob McClure will play Daniel Hillard (turned Euphegenia Doubtfire), reprising his role from the world premiere.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Danny Mac and Aimie Atkinson in PRETTY WOMAN in the West End

Aimie Atkinson as 'Vivian Ward' and Danny Mac as 'Edward Lewis' will star in the West End production of Pretty Woman: THE MUSICAL. THE MUSICAL begins performances at the Piccadilly Thea…

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NEWS: Witkiewicz’s Polish political thriller A Deed Without a Name gets rare staging at Theatro Technis by Featured Content

A Deed Without A Name, written by the late Polish avant-garde artist and writer Stanisław Ignacy Witkiewicz, receives a rare outing at London's Theatro Technis for a limited season of nine …

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Actor-Singer-Dancer Paula Kelly Dead At 77 by Artsjournal1

“[She] began her career in the 1960s performing with the Martha Graham, Alvin Ailey and Donald McKayle dance companies … [and] became a leading black performer on Broadway … and later …

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A Human Response To Amazon’s Algorithms: Custom-Designed Book Subscriptions by Artsjournal1

Two bookstores in England are offering book(s)-of-the-month services in which, after some discussion with the customer, a knowledgeable staffer selects and ships books the staffer thinks the…

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Have Economists Led Us Astray About How The World Works? by Artsjournal

In the first half of the twentieth century, especially after the calamity of the Great Depression, the conventional wisdom held that the power of corporations must be held in check by other …

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Cameron Adams, Kaleigh Cronin and More Join MRS. DOUBTFIRE; Complete Casting Announced

Mrs. Doubtfire, the new musical produced by multi-Tony Award winner Kevin McCollum (Avenue Q, Rent, In The Heights, Something Rotten!), based on Twentieth Century Fox Motion Picture, has ann…

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of FLYING OVER SUNSET on Broadway!

Lincoln Center Theater's upcoming production of the new musical Flying Over Sunset is officially in rehearsals! The musical, with a book and direction by James Lapine, music by Tom Kitt, and…

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Booked It! Now, What Do You Do? by Performerstuff

Booked It! Now, What Do You Do? Written by: Rachel Comeau Date: February 5th,  2020 Being a day player for a film or television show is an incredible experience! You get all the reward…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Lincoln Center Theater's INTIMATE APPAREL Has Added Dianne McIntyre as Choreographer

 Dianne McIntyre has replaced Camille A. Brown as the choreographer for Lincoln Center Theater's current production of Intimate Apparel. Brown excited the production early on in the proce…

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Caitlin Kinnunen, Jason Gotay, Jason SweetTooth Williams, More to Sing on Concept Album of Frankie! by Logan Culwell-Block

The new musical, about a lesbian teenager coming of age, features music and lyrics by 16 year-old Elise Marra.

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Review: The Lesson, Old Red Lion by Anna Perry

Review: The Lesson, Old Red Lion 2.0Stars Reader Rating 0 Votes Gracia Rios Calderon’s one-woman clown show, The Lesson, is not saying anything new, but why should it when the current stat…

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Review: In My Lungs the Ocean Swells, VAULT Festival by Estelle Homerstone

Review: In My Lungs the Ocean Swells, VAULT Festival3.0starsReader Rating 0 VotesThe Vaults Festival has opened its doors to ‘No More Superheroes’ newest production, In My Lungs the Ocea…

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‘The Masked Singer’ live tour coming to in San Jose by Chuck Barney

'The Masked Singer' spawns a road show, will hit 45 cities across the U.S.

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Broadway Theater Quiz by Broadway Up Close by New York Theater

How much do you know about the 41 Broadway theaters? In celebration of the tenth anniversary of Broadway Up Close , a company that gives a variety of walking tours of these theaters, founde…

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Melissa Errico to Offer Special Michel Legrand Concert and Speaking Event at Lincoln Center

Melissa Errico will offer a special event March 12 at 6pm at the New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center (Bruno Walter Auditorium, 111 Amsterdam Avenue between 64th…

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Lindsay Pearce to make Broadway debut as Elphaba by Caitlin Huston

Lindsay Pearce will make her Broadway debut in the role of Elphaba in “Wicked” in late February.  Pearce will assume the role from Hannah Corneau, who plays her final performance on Feb…

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Melissa Errico Brings Legrand Difference to Feinstein’s/54 Below by Dan Meyer

The Tony-nominated performer returns to the venue with a celebration of French composer Michel Legrand and all things Paris.

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Check Out Photos of World Premiere of Bliss at Seattle’s 5th Avenue Theatre. by Marc J. Franklin

The new musical, directed by Tony nominee Sheryl Kaller, opens February 14.

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‘Definitely a joyful & vivacious journey’: FEMFRINGE – Vault Festival ★★★ by Amy Toledano

FemFringe is an ever-evolving variety show committed to showcasing a plethora of female and non-binary created art.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

Ivo van Hove's Met Debuts, Michael Mayer's Aida, More Tapped for Metropolitan Opera's 2020–2021 Season by Ryan McPhee

The season opens this fall with Mayer's new production of Verdi's Aida, starring Anna Netrebko and Anita Rachvelishvili.

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The Voice Box: Does Practice Make Perfect? by David Sabella

Does Practice Make Perfect? By David Sabella Welcome to the inaugural post of The Voice Box, my blog relating to all things vocal. This first post will attempt to explain a very specific phy…

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A Sneak Peek at Flying Over Sunset on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

The Lincoln Center Theater production, starring Carmen Cusack, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Tony Yazbeck, will begin performances at the Vivian Beaumont Theater March 12.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Caitlin Kinnunen Belts Out Her Favorite Under-Rated Musical on It's the Day of the Show Y'all!

In today's very special episode, Spencer is joined by Broadway favorite Caitlin Kinnunen to give us a history lesson on one of her favorite under-rated musicals- The Spitfire Grill. Watch be…

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Broadway-Aimed The War of the Roses and World Premiere of Mr. Holland’s Opus Musical Part of Ogunquit Playhouse’s 2020 Season by Andrew Gans

Tony winners Jason Alexander and BD Wong will direct the productions at the Maine venue.

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The End Of Music Snobbery by Artsjournal

The much-discussed “death of the snob” in the internet era explains part of the shift on display. Even though some High Fidelity–style shops catering to vinyl collectors have survived …

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How The Novel Lost Its Place In American Culture by Artsjournal

The sad truth is that the novel now doesn’t occupy the same cultural high ground, and it doesn’t typically feel to readers like a practical device for addressing problems. The decline of…

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Meet Seattle Opera’s Scholar In Residence, First Of Her Kind In The U.S. by Artsjournal1

“As scholar in residence, [Naomi] André acts as an adviser to help Seattle Opera become more inclusive, both for audiences and behind the scenes. … Her most visible role involves a seri…

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London Theatre News Today: Thursday 13 February by Duncan

Casting announcements for both Orfeus and The Watsons, as well as some pics from Far Away at the Donmar Warehouse - a little round up of theatre news today! The post London Theatre News Toda…

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A First Look at Anatomy of a Suicide Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Alice Birch play, directed by Lileana Blain-Cruz, is now in previews at Atlantic Theater Company.

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Review: In the world premiere of “Twenty50,” Mexican-American identity and politics collide by Lisa Kennedy, The Know

Tony Meneses' provocative, near-future drama "Twenty50" dwells in the thorny space in which the more things change, the more they stir up the same old problems.

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Check Out This Stunning Quick Change! Struggling Actor Becomes Starbucks Barista Just Like That by Broadway Beat

by Brendan Leonard. @brennylen. NEW YORK, NY - The most impressive quick change on Broadway isn’t happening in a theater, but rather at the Starbucks on 43rd Street and Broadway. On a dail…

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Check Out This Stunning Quick Change! Struggling Actor Becomes Starbucks Barista Just Like That by Broadway Beat

by Brendan Leonard. @brennylen. NEW YORK, NY - The most impressive quick change on Broadway isn’t happening in a theater, but rather at the Starbucks on 43rd...

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Ryan Silverman Takes On Seven Questions About Returning to Chicago, Finding His Billy Flynn, Vocal Health, & Working with Sondheim

Ryan Silverman talks returning to Chicago on Broadway, working with Stephen Sondheim on Passion, and finding the stillness in Billy Flynn.

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Glee Alum Lindsay Pearce to Defy Gravity in Wicked by Mark A. Robinson For Broadway Direct

Actress Lindsay Pearce first gained international recognition when she achieved second place on the television reality series The Glee Project. Among her competitive songs on the program was…

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Alone in Berlin review at Royal and Derngate, Northampton – ‘moving adaptation of Hans Fallada’s novel’ by Julia Rank

The British home front is a popular topic for drama and literature, with tales of the plucky ‘Blitz spirit’. However, the everyday

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Broadway Premiere of Hangmen Finds Its Full Cast by Olivia Clement

The upcoming Broadway engagement of Martin McDonagh's hit play begins February 28.

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‘Hangmen’ announces complete Broadway casting by Caitlin Huston

“Hangmen” has announced complete casting for its upcoming Broadway run. Newly announced cast members include Jeremy Crutchley as Inspector Fry, Josh Goulding as Hennessy and Ryan Pope as…

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Complete Casting Announced for Martin McDonagh's HANGMEN Starring Mark Addy, Dan Stevens and More

The complete cast for the Broadway premiere of the Royal Court Theatre/Atlantic Theater Company production of Martin McDonagh's new comedy Hangmen features Mark Addy as Harry, Tracie Bennett…

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Phoebe Waller-Bridge to Speak at the 2020 Women in the World Summit

Today, Tina Brown Live Media and Women in the World announced the initial participants for the 11th annual Women in the World Summit to be held at Lincoln Center in New York City. Thi…

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Director Amy Leach: ‘Integrated access is not an add-on tool – I think about it as a creative layer’ by Fergus Morgan

As Ramps on the Moon’s latest show Oliver Twist prepares to open at Leeds Playhouse, director Amy Leach tells Fergus Morgan how

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See the Cast of The Inheritance Celebrate 100 Performances on Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Matthew Lopez's Olivier Award–winning play opened at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre November 17.

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Register Now for the Off-Broadway Alliance’s Budgeting Panel by Olivia Clement

What Things Cost: Budgeting Your Off-Broadway Show will be held March 1.

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Japanese-Language Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Sets 2022 Premiere in Tokyo by Ryan McPhee

The two-part play currently runs in London, New York, Melbourne, Hamburg, and San Francisco.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

‘Heroine’ at The Kennedy Center tells the searing true story of a woman’s rape in the U.S. Army by John Stoltenberg and David Siegel

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DC Metro Theater Arts writers who saw the same performance, got really into talking about it, and decided to continue their…

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Ogunquit Playhouse Has Announced its 2020 Season; Jason Alexander and BD Wong to Premiere New Shows

The Ogunquit Playhouse has announced an exciting lineup of shows for its 88th season that includes the Northeast regional premiere of the hilarious dark comedy The War of the Roses, a new pl…

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‘Hamilton’ in Toronto is still a non-stop jam by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

They didn’t throw away their shot at Canada — though the context has changed, and one might wish the female characters had more to do, the version that’s here has a capable cast, amazi…

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DC area theatres share their love for Victor Shargai on Valentine’s Day. by Keith Loria

From dimming a marquee, to moments of silence, to toasts and notes and thanks, this Valentine’s Day, the DC area theater community will express its love for Victor Shargai, philanthropist,…

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Photo Flash: Jason Babinsky, Carla Gugino and More in Atlantic Theater Company's ANATOMY OF A SUICIDE

Anatomy of a Suicide began performance on February 1 and opens on Tuesday, February 18 at Atlantic Theater Company's Linda Gross Theater (336 West 20th Street). The production is a limited r…

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Robert Carsen's Singin’ in the Rain Heads to Chicago as Part of Lyric Opera Season by Dan Meyer

The production, once bound for Broadway, is part of a lineup that also includes the North American premiere of Lessons in Love and Violence.

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Can this generation’s Tony and Maria find their place in yet another ‘West Side Story’? by Peter Marks

Director Ivo van Hove’s radically reimagined Broadway production has its official opening Feb. 20.

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Leopoldstadt, Wyndham's Theatre review - Stoppard at once personal and accessible by Matt Wolf

The director Patrick Marber has knitted Tom Stoppard's putative swan song into a compelling whole It’s not uncommon for playwrights to begin their careers by writing what they know, to co…

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Folksinger Erin McKeown brings her love of folk and theater to ‘Miss You Like Hell’ by Geoffrey Himes

At the Olney Theatre, McKeown’s songs explore the relationship between an estranged mother and daughter.

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Radio New Zealand Kills Plan To Kill Its Classical Station by Artsjournal1

“The RNZ board has backed down on the decision to take Concert off the FM transmission. The move comes after widespread criticism from the arts community and Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern…

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Why’s New Zealand Rescuing The Classical Radio Station And Not Ours? Ask Māoris by Artsjournal1

With a public outcry having convinced Radio New Zealand’s management not to eviscerate its classical service, advocates for the country’s Māori-language radio stations are arguing that …

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Philly Pops Music Director Abruptly Replaced After Seven Months by Artsjournal1

Todd Ellison’s contract took effect last July 1, and on January 21 he and the Pops “separated,” according to a statement from the orchestra. Principal guest conductor David Charles Abe…

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A Second Court Rules That Tate Modern’s Neighbors Should Buy Some Damn Curtains Or Quit Their Bellyaching by Artsjournal1

Four owners in a condo building had gone to court for an injunction requiring the museum to screen or block off part of its popular 10th-floor viewing gallery so that “hundreds of thousand…

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Making The Leap From Dance Student To Professional Less Daunting by Artsjournal1

“For generations, dancers have been thrust into professional life at a young age without much preparation or tools, sinking or swimming on their limited industry know-how. Today, some inde…

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Could The Success Of ‘Parasite’ Finally Convince Americans To Accept Subtitled Films? by Artsjournal1

Actually, U.S. viewers were getting more comfortable with subtitles even before Parasite became this year’s Oscar hit. That’s thanks to two major entities: the FCC and Netflix. – The N…

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How Bad Is California’s New Freelance Law For Performers? Let Them Tell You by Artsjournal1

“To learn more about AB5’s effect on artists, The Times asked readers to write in. We received more than 120 responses from artists across California — jazz and classical musicians, di…

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Cats Movie Sets Digital, Blu-ray, and DVD Release Dates by Logan Culwell-Block

The screen adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical features performances from Jennifer Hudson, James Corden, Robert Fairchild, and more.

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BECTU joins equality campaign for people with disfigurement in creative industries by Giverny Masso

BECTU has become the first trade union to join an equality campaign for people with disfigurement in the creative industries. Along with

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Oliver Dowden named culture secretary after cabinet reshuffle by Georgia Snow

Oliver Dowden has been appointed culture secretary in the first major reshuffle since December’s general election. Dowden was an aide to David

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DVR Alert: Cast of MOULIN ROUGE! to Perform on GOOD MORNING AMERICA February 18

Tune-in to ABC's a?oeGood Morning Americaa?? next Tuesday, February 18th to see the cast of the critically acclaimed hit new Broadway show Moulin Rouge! The Musical perform an exclusiv…

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6 reasons to go and see a show solo by Hira Desai

We are challenging conventions and giving you 6 reasons to go and see a show solo. Goodbye social theatre visits, hello stress-free, self-care treats! The post 6 reasons to go and see a show…

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13 Videos of Glee Alum and Broadway’s New Elphaba, Wicked Star Lindsay Pearce, Singing the House Down

Lindsay Pearce has gone from The Glee Project to Wicked on Broadway, and we are losing ourselves in her incredible voice with these 13 videos.

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Mabou Mines, Philip Glass, and Weathervane Productions Team Up for Celebration of María Irene Fornés by Olivia Clement

The lineup includes Mud, an opera version of Drowning, a free screening of The Rest I Make Up, and a Promenade concert.

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Tryst review at Chiswick Playhouse – ‘tightly knit, compellingly performed thriller’ by Paul Vale

As the rebranded Chiswick Playhouse ends its first year, it returns to an earlier success from 2017, when it was still the

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‘You leave the theatre being pro-Cherie’: CHERIE – MY STRUGGLE – White Bear Theatre ★★★★ by Darren Ross

Cherie - My Struggle is thoroughly enjoyable and one can imagine Cherie Blair seeing it and not feeling at all hard done by. The play is not a hagiography, but you leave the theatre being pr…

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Julian Ovenden, Gina Beck, Rob Houchen to Star in South Pacific at Chichester Festival Theatre by Ryan McPhee

The festival’s 2020 lineup also includes Assassins, The Real Thing, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, and five world premieres.

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Luisa Miller review at London Coliseum – ‘strong musical performances in an overloaded production’ by Yehuda Shapiro

This new English National Opera production of Luisa Miller starts as it means to go on. Under conductor Alexander Joel, the overture’s

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The Broadway Producer Pick List 2019!

We’ve done a lot of fun things on this blog over the years, but the Broadway Producer Pick List is one of our favorites. See, every year, our office receives a ton of scripts from all sor…

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‘Funny & poignant’: TIME & TIDE – Park Theatre by Shanine Salmon

Although Time and Tide ends on a hopeful note, it is not sickly sweet. The characters’ coming out and coming of age stories are grounded in the joys and disappointments of real life. The e…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Newham arts organisation crowdfunds for greater accessibility by Ruth Comerford

Theatre and arts company Applecart Arts has launched a crowdfunding campaign to make its premises more accessible. The Harold Road centre in

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Casting announced for Lucy Prebble’s The Effect at Boulevard Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting is announced for the first revival of Lucy Prebble's The Effect which is to play at the Boulevard Theatre in London from March 19. This post Casting announced for Luc…

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The power of romantic love endures in American Ballet Theatre’s ‘Giselle’ by Ramona Harper

After almost two centuries of gracing the ballet world, American Ballet Theatre’s Giselle, sometimes called the Hamlet of ballet, still has the redemptive power to transform a story of dec…

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Caitlin Kinnunen Will Sing Title Role in Concept Album For New Musical FRANKIE!

Tony-Award Nominee Caitlin Kinnunen (The Prom) will sing the title role of Frankie in the upcoming Cast Concept album of Frankie! The Musical with Music & Lyrics by teen writer Elise Mar…

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Beverley Knight and Fra Free Join Cast of CINDERELLA Film

More casting has been announced for the upcoming live-action Cinderella movie musical! The new additions include Olivier nominee Beverley Knight in an unknown role and The Ferryman's Fra Fre…

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Faces of ITS: Lauren Stadler by Spencer Angell

Minnesota Thespian on leaving an impression The post Faces of ITS: Lauren Stadler appeared first on Dramatics Magazine Online.

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21st century painting is essential viewing at Whitechapel Gallery

From desperate migrants to a transgender duchess, ‘Radical Figures’ aims to capture the zeitgeist

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Audra McDonald and Brian Stokes Mitchell Will Headline the 2020 Kennedy Center Gala

The Kennedy Center will hold its 2020 gala on Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 5:30pm. Join The Kennedy Center for an intimate dinner and unforgettable Gala concert with Tony, Emmy, and Grammya?"w…

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Sequel in the Works for Disney’s Live-Action Aladdin by Andrew Gans

Will Smith starred as Genie in the 2019 blockbuster.

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PEN America Awards 4 Authors, Including 2 Playwrights, With Literary Honors by American Theatre Editors

Tom Stoppard and Tanya Barfield are among this year's PEN America literary honorees.

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The Juilliard School, Broadway Licensing, Shakespeare Theatre Company, and More Are Hiring by Dan Meyer

Check out these administrative positions listed on Playbill’s online resource for job seekers.

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Musical of the Month: Disney's Beauty and the Beast: The Creative Team by JK

The first Disney show on Broadway, Beauty and the Beast, went on to become the 10th longest-running show in history. Sure it was based on a beloved animated classic, but the stage version su…

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Breaking: Lindsay Pearce and Sam Gravitte Will Be WICKED's New Elphaba & Fiyero

The Broadway blockbuster WICKED will welcome new cast members to the Gershwin Theatre this month. Beginning Tuesday, February 25, Lindsay Pearce will assume the role of Elphaba and Sam Gravi…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Tame Impala’s The Slow Rush is better and more purposeful than Currents

Kevin Parker’s fourth album has a relaxed groove, bright melodies and tremendous attention to detail

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Glee Alum Lindsay Pearce and Sam Gravitte to Star in Wicked on Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The two join the company as Elphaba and Fiyero this month.

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, February 13, 2020 by Susan Grace

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Leopoldstadt by Tom Stoppard at Wyndham’s Theatre, London – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

Tom Stoppard – sorry, Sir Tom Stoppard, knight of the realm – is back. The legendary playwright behind Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are

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English National Opera’s Luisa Miller is a theatrical punch in the face

The production at London’s Coliseum features dramatic singing, but a bizarre staging

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Review: 'I Am My Own Wife’ gets young, fresh-faced makeover at Long Wharf by Christopher Arnott

A vibrant, colorful, youthful production of "I Am My Own Wife," about a trans woman who lived through World War II then Communist rule in East Berlin, is at the Long Wharf Theatre through Ma…

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Pina Bausch’s brutal, problematic Bluebeard finally gets its Sadler’s Wells debut

Tanztheater Wuppertal performs this controversial 1977 piece with tireless commitment

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Cast Complete for U.K. Premiere of Jeremy O. Harris’ ’Daddy’ by Andrew Gans

The melodrama from the author of Slave Play will begin performances at the Almeida Theatre March 30.

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Read Reviews for the World Premiere of Leopoldstadt by Tom Stoppard by Dan Meyer

The drama opened February 12 at Wyndham’s Theatre in London’s West End.

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A Look at the Old Vic’s Endgame With Daniel Radcliffe and Alan Cumming by Marc J. Franklin

The London production also features Samuel Beckett’s short play Rough for Theatre II.

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7 amazing Bay Area things to do this weekend, Feb. 14-16 by Randy McMullen, Jackie Burrell

Got your weekend plans yet? We have some nifty ideas, from Valentine's Day fun to SF Beer Week and Ali Wong's comedy show.

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CATS to Be Released on Digital, & Blu-ray and DVD

Sing and dance with the all-star cast of CATS when the film is released on digital March 17 and Blu-ray and DVD April 7.

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Wicked Welcomes Two New Broadway Stars to Oz

Current costars Hannah Corneau and Jake Boyd will depart the cast on February 23.

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All of It review at Royal Court, London – ‘Kate O’Flynn captivates’ by Rosemary Waugh

Alistair McDowall’s All of It is like Sally Rooney written by Samuel Beckett. Or Samuel Beckett written by Sally Rooney. Either way,

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‘Delivered with an unrelenting energy’: COLLAPSIBLE – Bush Theatre by Laura Kressly

Breffni Holahan delivers Margaret Perry’s script for Collapsible with an unrelenting energy that starts high and reaches stratospheric levels.

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A beast of a role: Dancers navigate tricky costumes, choreography in PBT's 'Beauty and the Beast' by Sara Bauknecht / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Part of this ballet’s charm is its fantastic costumes, particularly the one worn by the dancers cast as the commanding, grisly beast. 

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

HARRY POTTER AND THE CURSED CHILD Premieres in Tokyo in Summer 2022

The internationally acclaimed, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, will make its Japanese premiere in the summer of 2022.

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Cast announced for Jeremy O Harris’ Daddy at Almeida by Georgia Snow

Tanya Moodie, John McCrea and Katie Brayben are among the cast announced for Jeremy O Harris’ Daddy at the Almeida Theatre. Described

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The quest to recreate live music

An aristocratic entrepreneur and a new age inventor are planning a game-changing music app

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NEWS: Sherlock creators Steven Moffat & Mark Gatiss collaborate in Chichester Festival Season packed with world premieres by Press Releases

World premieres in Chichester Festival Theatre’s Festival 2020 include first plays by Steven Moffat and Kate Mosse and new work by Suhayla El-Bushra and Christopher Shinn.

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A gloomy, rainy Monday night in the middle of winter in a small college town in Eastern Pennsylvania turned into a wonderful chance to make some music, tell some stories, and listen to one o…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

FEATURED SHOW: Have you seen the fantastic ★★★★★ reviews for “powerful play” On McQuillan’s Hill? by Featured Content

"First rate," "wonderful" and "astonishing" - the superlatives are flowing for the English premiere of Joseph Crilly's On McQuillan's Hill. Take a look at our favourite reviews, then book yo…

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Bedlam to Present Return Engagement of The Crucible

The Arthur Miller drama will return this spring.

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Cast and creatives announced for Orfeus A House Music Opera at Young Vic by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Complete cast and creative team announced for the World Premiere of Orfeus: A House Music Opera at the Young Vic Theatre, London from April 2020. This post Cast and creatives…

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And they're off! St. Louis wiener dogs face off in 'slowest 2 minutes in racing' by Jaden Satenstein | St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Hundreds of dachshunds will compete in a competition that this year takes some inspiration from the Kentucky Derby.

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Arcola Theatre moves to producing model in bid to build audiences and nurture talent by Matthew Hemley

London fringe venue the Arcola Theatre has moved to an in-house producing model, which it says will help it nurture more up-and-coming

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Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard of Oz to have regional premiere at Curve by Ruth Comerford

Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Wizard of Oz is set to have its regional premiere at the Curve, as part of its Made

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Wales’ nationwide creative education project granted two-year extension by Georgia Snow

A programme credited with transforming Wales’ creative education offering has been granted two further years of funding, to reach more children and

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Kings Theatre Portsmouth takes stand against producers who ‘bleed theatres dry’ in new business model by Giverny Masso

Portsmouth’s Kings Theatre has vowed not to work with producers who “bleed regional theatres dry” with unreasonable financial demands – as the

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Almeida Theatre announces casting for Daddy – A Melodrama by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Almeida Theatre has announced casting for the UK Premiere of Daddy - A Melodrama by Jeremy O Harris which runs at the Almeida from 30 March 2020. This post Almeida Theatr…

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Hockney makes a modest splash while Blain Southern goes under

Plus, optimism on the up; global chief exits Bonhams; Simon de Pury goes to Petworth

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‘The show unfurls in Barber’s expert hands’: MUSIK – Leicester Square Theatre by Stephanie Ressort

Written by Jonathan Harvey and the Pet Shop Boys, Musik is a one-woman show that spins off from their 2001 musical Closer to Heaven.

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Watch: Inside the Cheerleading-Meets-Hip-Hop Choreography of Disney Channel’s Zombies 2 by Ruthie Fierberg

Watch the full opening number ahead of the February 14 premiere, plus a Q&A with choreographer Jennifer Weber about the moves behind the music.

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Almanac: James Lees-Milne on chronic lateness by Terry Teachout

“He was late for every engagement, which denotes utter selfishness.” James Lees-Milne, diary, October 31, 1975 Continue reading Almanac: James Lees-Milne on chronic lateness at About Las…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Casting announced for West End transfer of Laura Wade’s The Watsons by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for the West End transfer of Laura Wade's The Watsons at the Harold Pinter Theatre. When a new writer starts to finish Jane Austen's unfinished nov…

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SWestfield News ArtsBeat 2/13/20. Review of TheaterWorks "The Lifespan of A Fact" plus arts news by Mark G. Auerbach

Westfield News ArtsBeat 2/13/20. A review of "The Lifespan of a Fact" at Hartford's TheaterWorks. Previews: "Pride and Prejudice" at Playhouse on Park, an Elvis tribute at Goodspeed, and art…

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Tom Stoppard’s new play Leopoldstadt is both epic and intimate. Plus, Death of England and The Haystack

Stoppard’s moving, teeming drama tells the story of a Viennese Jewish family from 1899 to 1955

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California’s creative economy supports 2.68 million jobs, study says by Kevin Smith

Entertainment and digital media is the largest-employing creative sector in the Golden State, with 740,000 workers.

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Renewing the World (or the Theater, at Least) by A.j. Goldmann

An avant-garde Berlin director has sold out a 2,000-seat venue that usually draws crowds with death-defying acrobatics or rousing musical numbers.

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Wuthering Heights review at Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester – ‘heady, full-throttled and unfettered’ by Chris Bartlett

Painter and poet Dante Gabriel Rossetti called Emily Brontë’s gothic masterpiece Wuthering Heights “a fiend of a book”. This full-throttled, unfettered and

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Chekhov/Tolstoy: Love Stories - Curiosities by a zealous adapter by Simon Saltzman

A review of 2 one-act plays at Mint Theater

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Theatre BEDLAM To Remount THE CRUCIBLE Off-Broadway

BEDLAM has announced the return of its critically acclaimed production of Arthur Miller's THE CRUCIBLE, directed by Eric Tucker.

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Former HBO chief’s new hire hints at Apple plan

Exclusive: Richard Plepler recruits NY literary agent Heather Karpas to production venture

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Six contemporary Cuban artists reflect on their country’s politics, homophobia and disdain of feminism in Fairfield exhibit by Susan Dunne

An exhibit at Fairfield University of work by six Cuban artists reflects on the years of collective memories of the Castro-era Cuban people, who have endured hunger, poverty and a constant d…

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Bedlam's The Crucible to Return Off-Broadway for Limited Run by Olivia Clement

Much of the original cast will return for the encore run in the spring.

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, February 13, 2020 by James Marino

Bedlam Remounts CRUCIBLE, MUSIC MAN looking for Winthrop, A look behind DIANA, UNSINKABLE stays afloat for two more weeks, ROMEO & BERNADETTE lives once more, Adrienne Warren and Katori …

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‘Six’ took on the world. Now it takes on Broadway. by Gordon Cox

If you’ve got a hit musical on your hands, there’s a natural order to things: First you play the West End and Broadway, then you play everywhere else.  But not “Six.” By the time th…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Far Away review at Donmar Warehouse – ‘vivid, chilling, dread-filled’ by Natasha Tripney

Caryl Churchill’s Far Away is a short play, but it’s not a small play: it’s global in scope, untethered by time, part

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Wake Up With BWW 2/13: SIX Begins Previews, and More!

Today's top stories: Six begins previews tonight, and more!

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Guildhall halves audition fees for acting courses in bid to level playing field for applicants by Matthew Hemley

Guildhall School of Music and Drama has slashed audition fees for its acting courses by almost 50%, in a move aimed at

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‘Has feeling as well as intellect’: LEOPOLDSTADT – West End by Maryam Philpott

Tom Stoppard’s personal story in Leopoldstadt sees the writer return to form as a commentator of cultural, social and historical patterns.

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Editor’s View: Guildhall’s move to cut fees is welcome, but schools have been slow to act by Alistair Smith

Is the tide finally turning against exorbitant drama school audition fees? Guildhall School of Music and Drama, for a long time one

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

REVIEW: The Cobbled Streets Of Geneva, Vault Festival ✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Paul T Davies reviews The Cobbled Streets Of Geneva by Nemo Martin now playing at the Vaults Festival 2020 at The Vaults, London. This post REVIEW: The Cobbled Streets Of Gen…

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Chatswood Chase Sydney celebrates a new season by Peter J Snee

This March, Chatswood Chase Sydney will celebrate the change of season with two special events – a series of intimate

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Executive Director: DANCECleveland by Artsjournal

DANCECleveland, a dance-only presenting organization has opened a search for an Executive Director.

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Beth Morrison Projects seeks Director of Development by Artsjournal

Beth Morrison Projects (BMP) is a unique arts organization that is driven to push the cutting-edge of opera-theatre and music-theatre for a contemporary world.

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Director of Development – Theatre Under the Stars (TUTS) by Artsjournal

THEATRE UNDER THE STARS (TUTS) in Houston, TX invites qualified candidates to submit applications to become its next Director of Development.

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‘Timely & relevant drama’: THE HAYSTACK – Hampstead Theatre by Aleks Sierz

If neither newspapers nor intelligence services will lose sleep over the way Blyth represents them, The Haystack is insightful enough to be a contemporary state-of-the-nation parable.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Sherlock creators Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat team up as part of starry Chichester season by Matthew Hemley

Novelist Kate Mosse and Sherlock co-creator Steven Moffat are to make their full-length playwriting debuts at Chichester Festival Theatre, as part of

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Last Chance to See David Byrne in American Utopia on Broadway

Don't miss this once-in-a-lifetime chance to see the Talking Heads front man perform live on the Great White Way.

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For Richard Curtis, Creating the New Andrew Lloyd Webber Revue Was Like Writing Love Actually

Curtis, the screenwriter behind some of the world's best-loved romantic comedies, turns his attention to Unmasked at Paper Mill Playhouse.

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Olivier-Nominated Musical Six Arrives on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The hotly anticipated new musical Six begins Broadway previews on February 13. The production will officially open on March 12 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. Arriving on the Great White…

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Richard Jordan: It’s time theatres started showing singletons love again by Richard Jordan

“To Frank and Alex… at last, people are holding hands in the theatre again! All my love, David Merrick.” This was the

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The Evolving Cultural Ecosystem of Cluj by Széker Jetta

By Széker Jetta. Széker Jetta sits down with Miki Braniște to talk about Cluj’s arts and culture policies, how they have changed over time, and how they have affected the city’s indep…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Red Carpet Men by Sean McLoughlin

AussieTheatre has ONE double pass to giveaway for Red Carpet Men at Level 1 Chatswood Chase Sydney @ 11am every

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Call Answered: Jesse Markowitz: Royal Caribbean: Harmony of the Seas by Adam Rothenberg

I have known Jesse Markowitz for many years now, meeting through my friend (and Call Me Adam theme song writer Bobby Cronin). It’s amazing that it took so many years for our schedules to l…

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Jim Carrey saves game-inspired caper Sonic the Hedgehog

The actor brings vim to the role of Dr Robotnik in a film that is otherwise lacking

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Drift Meets the Press for a Sneak Peek by Sandi Durell

  Drift met with the press for photos and interviews. Theater Pizzazz was on the scene as Magda Katz captured it all. Drift is a new American drama written by William Francis Hoffman about…

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Thursday, February 13, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

From the Archives: When Magician Doug Henning Returned to Broadway in Merlin, Co-Starring Chita Rivera by Robin Reif

Henning spoke to Playbill for the February 1983 issue about the musical, which opened at the Mark Hellinger Theatre February 13, 1983, and ran for 199 performances.

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5 Questions With Adrianna Hicks of SIX by Kayleigh McClean For Broadway Direct

Adrianna Hicks may be starring as Catherine of Aragon in the upcoming Broadway production of SIX, but rather than suffering the fate Henry VIII’s wives, she’s thriving. “It changes my …

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“Daddies of Sugar” Pokes Fun at Shenanigans of Modern-Day Ruling Elites by Tonderai Chiyindiko

Daddies of Sugar with its catchy and somewhat risqué title is Jefferson Tshabalala better known in theatre circles as ‘J’. Bobs Tshabalala’s latest theatrical offering which pokes fun…

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‘Confronting Holocaust Denial’ with David Baddiel is a chilling investigation

The presenter goes abroad and online to understand how anti-Semitic groups continue to refute an unspeakable atrocity

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Finding the Off-Kilter Comedy in Everyday Life - With a pair of witty new plays running this spring, Sarah Einspanier is a writer to watch

With a pair of witty plays in the East Village, Sarah Einspanier is a writer to watch---Considering Sarah Einspanier has two productions running in New York this spring, it's jarring to hear…

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Cy Coleman Musical Seesaw Begins Limited Off-Broadway Run February 13 by Andrew Gans

J2 Spotlight Musical Theater Company presents the Equity-approved showcase at Theatre Row.

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William H. Macy, Fionnula Flanagan Star in World Premiere of David Mamet’s The Christopher Boy’s Communion Beginning February 13 by Andrew Gans

Playwright Mamet also directs the limited run at Los Angeles’ Odyssey Theatre.

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Drew Droege’s Happy Birthday Doug Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The playwright and performer of Bright Colors and Bold Patterns returns with a follow-up solo comedy, produced by Michael Urie.

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New Revival of John Osborne's Look Back in Anger Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Aimée Fortier directs the production at the Gene Frankel Theatre.

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World Premiere of Hilary Bettis' 72 Miles to Go... Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Tyler Alvarez and Jacqueline Guillen star as siblings in the new play from the Alligator and The Americans writer.

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Skirball’s Winter 2020 Season Goes Global With West Side Story’s Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker by Ryan McPhee

De Keersmaeker's Mitten Wir Im Leben Sind runs February 13–15.

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History's About to Get Overthrown: SIX Begins on Broadway February 13 by Ryan McPhee

The pop twist on the Tudor monarchy heads to New York with a devoted following already bowing down.

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Rodeo Drive Gets a New Zip Code as Pretty Woman Begins in London by Dan Meyer

The musical, based on the film of the same name, is directed and choreographed by Jerry Mitchell.

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Watch: The 6 Queens of Broadway’s SIX Explain the Real Facts of Their Royal Characters by Roberto Araujo

Brush up before the pop musical begins performances on Broadway February 13 at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre.

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