Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Sadler’s Wells launches food and drink app to cut audience queues by Georgia Snow

Sadler’s Wells has launched an app allowing audience members to order food and drink so they can avoid queues. The mobile ordering

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Look Back at the Stage Highlights of Hamilton’s Current King, Brian d’Arcy James by Hannah Vine

The three-time Tony nominee celebrates his birthday June 29.

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Celebrating 40 Years of Penguin Rep by Harry Haun

Artistic Director Joe Brancato turned a dream and a hay barn into a decades-long "beautiful ritual."

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — June 29 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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VIDEO: Julie Andrews On MARY POPPINS RETURNS' Emily Blunt: 'I'm a Huge Fan' by TV News Desk

On this morning's TODAY, Julie Andrews revealed she's 'a huge fan' of Emily Blunt, who will play Mary Poppins in the upcoming sequel to Andrews' iconic film. 'She's real and fun and very tal…

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New York Times Reporters Plan Newsroom Slow-Down In Support Of Copy Editors by Jeremy Gerard

Tensions between newsroom employees and The New York Times masthead kicked into higher gear Thursday morning with the announcement of a brief work slowdown this afternoon at 3 PM local time.…

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This Must Be the Place by American Theatre Editors

You can tell where theatre happens from its name.

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Improvise, Imitate, Formalize, Reject, Repeat: How the Wheel of Innovation Turns by American Theatre Editors

How the cycle of theatrical innovation has moved throughout history.

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Appetite for Construction: Builds and Rebuilds Across the U.S. by American Theatre Editors

A national survey of new, old, and new/old projects, ranging widely in size, shape, and intention.

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The Yard Beyond the Bard by American Theatre Editors

A new lakefront flexible space gives Chicago Shakespeare Theater the room to expand, and not just physically.

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Review: Bat out of Hell at by Lizzie Loveridge

Jim Steinman's musical Bat out of Hell finally gets a staging forty years on . . .

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Review:Children of a Lesser God at by Gloria Miller

Mark Medoff's play is still a challenging and touching play for people of both hearing and non-hearing worlds.

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‘EBacc arts fallout is a myth’ – former culture minister by Tim Bano

Former culture secretary Maria Miller has dismissed fears that the government’s controversial English Baccalaureate system is having a negative impact on arts

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Theatre News: James Graham's This House to tour UK in 2018

The play is set in Westminster as the Labour government faces a vote of no confidence

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'Okja' at Film Society Lincoln Center, New York by Blouin Artinfo

Film Society Lincoln Center is currently screening the movie "Okja" on view through July 6, 2017.The movie portrays the story of young Mija who has been the caretaker and constant companion …

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SHINKA. A Fringe Peek by Guest Writer

Choreographer, Yoshiko Usami (AKA Yokko) & Producer Bob Lyness responded to some questions from DC Theatre Scene. ———————— Tell us about …

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'Mali Blues' at IFC Center, New York by Blouin Artinfo

 IFC Center is currently playing the movie "Mali Blues", on view through July 6, 2017. Set in the West African country of Mali, the vibrant documentary follows four artists using t…

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Berkshires Art Road Trip: See Picasso, Warhol, Rockwell And More by Susan Dunne

If you had to choose between art exhibits, which would it be? Pablo Picasso or Grandma Moses? Sol LeWitt or Helen Frankenthaler? Andy Warhol or Nick Cave? Robert Rauschenberg or Norman Rockw…

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James Graham’s This House to tour the UK by Tim Bano

James Graham’s This House will tour the UK from February 2018. The play, which looks at the fallout from a hung parliament

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Offscript: Theatre Architecture, ‘Disgraced’ in China by American Theatre Editors

On this week's podcast, we interview Alison Friedman of Ping Pong Productions, which regularly takes American productions to China. Plus the editors discuss Hedy Weiss, 'Julius Caesar,' and …

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‘Tiger Girl’ at Babylon, Berlin by Blouin Artinfo

“Tiger Girl” will be playing at Babylon in Berlin on July 5, 2017.After failing to get into the police force, Margarate decides to take up training as a security guard. One night, she ru…

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‘Beauty and the Dogs’ at Escurial Panorama, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

“Beauty and the Dogs” will be playing at Escurial Panorama in Paris on July 8, 2017.The film follows a young Tunisian woman, Mariam, at a student party. There she meets the handsome Yous…

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‘La película de nuestra vida’ at Zumzeig Cinema, Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

“La película de nuestra vida” will be playing at Zumzeig Cinema in Barcelona from June 30 through July 11, 2017. In this film, Enrique Baró has examined the relevance of family fi…

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The Unexpected Challenges of Musical Theatre for Trans Performers by Olivia Clement

For Donnie Cianciotto, transitioning meant choosing between his career—a lifelong dream—and his happiness.

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‘Patriots Day’ at Verdi Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

“Patriots Day” will be playing at Verdi Barcelona from July 7, 2017.On April 15, 2013, Police Sergeant Tommy Saunders is on security duty at the annual Boston Marathon when brothers Dzho…

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‘Doctor Zhivago’ at Phenomena, Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

“Doctor Zhivago” will be playing at Phenomena in Barcelona on July 7, 2017.Set during the Russian Revolution, the film follows the story of Yuri Zhivago. After the death of Yuri’s moth…

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‘Cloud Nine’ at Sydney Theatre Company by Blouin Artinfo

“Cloud Nine” will be performed at Sydney Theatre Company from July 1 through August 12, 2017.The play begins in Victorian-era Africa, which was a time of colonies, hunting rifles, corset…

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Video Flash: EXCLUSIVE: Gander Comes to Broadway in New Come From Away Behind the Scenes Video

The musical is directed by 2017 Tony winner Christopher Ashley.

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How Rude Mechs Built a ‘Mountain’ to Scale by American Theatre Editors

The Austin-based company bid farewell to their home base, the Off Center, with an irreverent ode to impermanence.

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Photo Flash: Kate Burton Gets a Sardi's Portrait

Burton stars in Present Laughter on Broadway.

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Hood: The Robin Hood Musical Adventure Makes World Premiere at Dallas Theater Center by Andrew Gans

Nick Bailey, Alysha Umphress, Ashley Park, and more star in the premiere of Hood.

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See Kate Burton’s Sardi’s Caricature Unveiled by Hannah Vine

The Present Laughter star joined the famed walls of Sardi’s June 28.

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COME FROM AWAY Fans Flock to Gander to See Where it All Began by BroadwayWorld

Fans of the hit Broadway musical Come From Away are flocking to Gander to see where the story began.

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Exclusive Podcast: BROADWAY'S BACKBONE Broadway Debut Special! by Broadway's Backbone

In this episode Broadway Debut Special Episode with Mary Claire King War Paint Elliot Mattox Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Kristen Smith Davis Anastasia. These three talented perform…

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Phantom of the Opera Tour Will Welcome New Leads by Andrew Gans

The actors playing the roles of Christine and Madame Giry will change in July.

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VIDEO: Lea Michele Takes #Ham4All Challenge with Sweet Rendition of 'Dear Theodosia' by TV News Desk

While enjoying a relaxing vacation on the beach, Lea Michele took a moment to accept a challenge from her bestie and SPRING AWAKENING co-starJonathan Groff to sing in order to raise money fo…

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Book Review: Supreme Democracy? How Supreme Court Justices are Chosen by Arts Fuse Editor

The history and process of judicial selection -- dispassionately detailed.

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16 Barbra Streisand Films Will Be Screened in New York City July 4 Weekend by Adam Hetrick

In honor of the entertainment icon’s 75th birthday, The Quad will screen such films as Funny Girl, Funny Lady, and rarities including All Night Long and For Pete’s Sake.

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Theatrefolk’s Top 10: Competition Pieces by Lindsay Price

Time for a Tfolk Top Ten Plays About… Competition Pieces. You want winning plays. You want plays that fit competition rules. You want something that’s going to be easy to stage if yo…

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Three Cheers for “Four of the Three Musketeers” by Trav S.D.

We’d been drooling to get our mitts on Robert S. Bader’s Four of the Three Muskeers: The Marx Brothers On Stage, ever since we heard it was in the works back at Marxfest in 2014.…

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How cuts are crippling Northern Ireland theatre by Michael Quinn

With funding slashed over the past decade, Michael Quinn looks at the consequences for Northern Irish arts organisations, from companies feeling the

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World Fringe Day: A new global theatre celebration by Nick Awde

Since the Edinburgh Festival Fringe was founded 70 years ago, hundreds of others have sprung up all over the world to capture

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New post-show Q&A: Join Terri to talk bananas at KING KONG comedy by Terri Paddock

Mates co-founder Terri Paddock will talk to the author, director and cast of this world premiere comedy stage adaptation of KING KONG at London's Vaults Theatre on Wednesday 12 July 2017. Go…

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Macbeth review at St Paul’s Church, London – ‘a vivid interpretation’ by Paul Vale

Iris Theatre’s season of plays at St Paul’s Church in Covent Garden has grown both in popularity and ambition year on year.

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‘Tron’ at Barbican Centre, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘Tron’ will be screened at Barbican Centre in London on August 26, 2017. The film is written and directed by Steven Lisberger and casts Jeff Bridges, Bruce Boxleitner and David Warn…

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‘Dunkirk’ at Barbican Centre, London by Blouin Artinfo

‘Dunkirk’ will be screened at Barbican Centre in London on July 23, 2017.The film is written and directed by Christopher Nolan and casts Tom Hardy, Cillian Murphy, Kenneth Branagh, Mark …

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Tim Key: ‘Man Bites Dog is the funniest film I’ve ever seen’ by Rachel Aroesti

The eccentric poet, standup and actor on the things that make him laugh the most Continue reading...

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THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA Tour to Welcome New Leads This July by BroadwayWorld

Mackintosh and Andrew Lloyd Webber's Really Useful Group announced today that Eva Tavares and Kristie Dale Sanders will join the cast of the spectacular new production of Andrew Lloyd Webber…

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BWW's On This Day - June 29, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on June 29 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Lin-Manuel Miranda, Pasek & Paul Among New Members of Academy of Motion Picture's by BroadwayWorld

Yesterday, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences announced thatit has invited 774 new members to join its prestigious ranks. The talented list marks the largest number of members e…

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Laura Linney & Olympia Dukakis to Reprise TALES OF THE CITY Roles for Netflix by TV News Desk

Tony nominee Laura Linney and Olympia Dukakis will reprise their TALES OF THE CITY roles for a revival, now in development at Netflix.

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Features: Top 5 shows to celebrate Pride in London

As Pride celebrations get underway, check out some of the best LGBT shows around

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Constructive Fictions, a ripped from the headlines story about DC’s Peeping Tom rabbi by Guest Writer

  Theater can be entertainment and be delightfully distracting, but I think theater can and should comment on current events by setting the stage and letting it play out before our eyes…

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Production news round-up: Evita announces West End return and Laura Carmichael joins Apologia by The Stage

This week, Downton Abbey’s Laura Carmichael joins the cast of Apologia, alongside Stockard Channing, and Bill Kenwright’s production of Evita – starring

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Frank Whitman: The Dancing Violinist by Trav S.D.

. Frank Whitman was often billed as  as “The Dancing Violinist”, “The Stepping Violinist”, “The Wizard of the Violin” and in 1926 his Loew’s Circuit billing wa…

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, June 29, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Two Very Different Shows Aim for Broadway, Mercedes Ruehl and “A Clockwork Orange” to Head Off-Broadway, and #Ham4All Videos! “Today on Broadway” is a daily, …

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As Facebook blocks the names of trans users and drag queens, this burlesque performer is fighting back by Sam Levin In San Francisco

Dottie Lux has been called ‘the real names crusader’ for helping fight back against a Facebook policy that queer users say is discriminatory When Caitlin Beach came out as a transgender …

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VIDEO: CHICAGO Celebrates The Weissler's 50th Wedding Anniversary! by BroadwayWorld

Tony-Award winning producers Barry and Fran Weissler have just celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary.Watch the cast of Chicago pay tribute to the couple in a fun video below

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UPDATE: GoFundMe Campaign Supporting KINKY BOOTS Star Eric Summers Nearly Fully Funded by BroadwayWorld

As BroadwayWorld reported earlier this week, Broadway star Eric LaJuan Summers is fighting for his life in a New York hospital after developing chemotherapy-induced pneumonia.

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BWW Morning Brief June 29th, 2017 - MARVIN'S ROOM Opens on Broadway and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news MARVIN'S ROOM, featuring Janeane Garofalo, Lili Taylor and Celia Weston, opens tonight on Broadway

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Rotterdam Q&A podcast: From Theatre503 to Oliviers & London Pride by Terri Paddock

Just 11 months after I chaired my first post-show talk for Jon Brittain's Rotterdam - then at Trafalgar Studios for its West End premiere - and so much has changed.

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MR GILLIE – Finborough Theatre by Shanine Salmon

William Gillie (Andy Secombe) is a charismatic and inspirational teacher running the only school in the Scottish mining village of Crult in 1950. Being a learned, professional man he has a c…

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Video: Trailer released for The Greatest Showman starring Hugh Jackman

The movie hits UK cinemas in January

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Video: James Graham: 'Current politics is all about slogans that shut down the conversation'

As part of her guest editor week at WhatsOnStage, Indhu Rubasingham interviews playwright James Graham about his work and the state of British politics

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Alligators review at Hampstead Theatre, London – ‘knotty and nuanced’ by Fergus Morgan

Andrew Keatley’s Alligators has serious bite. Revised and refined since its 2016 developmental run, Simon Evans’ production returns to the Hampstead Theatre Downstairs a tigh…

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Richard Warburton appointed Theatre in the Mill artistic director by Tim Bano

Richard Warburton is to replace Iain Bloomfield as artistic director of Bradford’s Theatre in the Mill. Bloomfield joined the University of Bradford,

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Writing diversity programme launches to shake up ‘painfully dull’ industry by Georgia Snow

A new organisation dedicated to championing unknown plays by culturally diverse writers has been launched. Beyond the Canon has been set up

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Seth Sikes Embraces His Divas by Sandi Durell

    By Martha Wade Steketee     I am a fan of the divas that inspire the passionate fandom Seth Sikes revealed in his June 24 cabaret show. I’ve wondered, as I’ve rea…

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BWW Review: RACING DEMON, Theatre Royal Bath by Tim Wright

On the face of it, David Hare's state-of-the-nation play Racing Demon should be fruit ripe for the picking. However, in this latest production from Jonathan Church in his first summer season…

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Show of the Month: Find Great Deals On Tickets For THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS by BroadwayWorld

New West End musical THE WIND IN THE WILLOWS featuresRufus Hound,Simon Lipkin,Craig Mather,Neil McDermott,Denise WelchandGary Wilmot. It's playing at London Palladium until 9 September -book…

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BROADWAY SESSIONS Offers Season Finale Tonight by BroadwayWorld

BROADWAY SESSIONS is described as an evening of musical performances, games and open mic featuring a new Broadway guest each week.

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On the Couch with Roderick Poole by Arts Review

Who is Roderick Poole? He’s either a farmer in charge of an arts festival or a festival director running a farm. Either way, it could end badly. What would you do differently to what you d…

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Dirty Work (The Late Shift) review at Battersea Arts Centre, London – ‘bewildering, bleak, fascinating’ by Dave Fargnoli

Static, slow moving, and purely descriptive, Forced Entertainment’s text-based performance piece Dirty Work (The Late Shift) sounds like it might be aggressively

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Jake Orr joins Theatre503 as Producer by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Former theatre blogger, freelance producer and programmer Jake Orr will join South London’s Theatre503 as an in-house Producer commencing on 3rd July 2017. In 2009 Jake…

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MAD MAN SAD WOMAN – Space Arts Centre by Ian Foster

In an abandoned building in a grim area of town, Eva and Huinca seem to be suffering the hangover from hell. She's a lame prostitute and he's dying of cirrhosis of the liver and with just a …

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Review: Review: Racing Demon (Theatre Royal Bath)

David Haig and Paapa Essiedu star in David Hare's play about the Church of England

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Review: Review: Macbeth (St Paul's Church)

Iris Theatre return with their open air take on Shakespeare's Macbeth

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Bourbon St to Broadway by Arts Review

How does a Southern Belle from Alabama end up somewhere over the rainbow. Will her dreams come true? Bourbon St. to Broadway is a musical adventure, packed with some of Broadway’s most …

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It’s Our Thing: More History on Australian Hip-Hop (Part II) by Arts Review

Western Sydney’s strong influence on the development of Australian hip-hop is showcased in It’s Our Thing: More History on Australian Hip-Hop (Part II) presented by Blacktown Arts unti…

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Review: Nomanslanding at Tramway, Glasgow by Andrew Edwards

A strange sort of hope: Andrew Edwards reflects on the Glasgow iteration of this collaborative, international, interdisciplinary artwork. The post Review: Nomanslanding at Tramway, Glasgow a…

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Alexandra Palace Summer Festival: bold theatrical events to delight visitors of all ages by Promoted Content

Theatre with a family-friendly face is at the centre of this year’s Alexandra Palace Summer Festival. Now in its third year at

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Flash Sale: Up To 74% Off Tickets For STOMP! by BroadwayWorld

STOMP, which celebrated its 25th anniversary in 2016, continues its impressive run at theAmbassadors Theatrein London's West End. You can save up to 74 off tickets in our flash sale -book ti…

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Libby Penn: Box office teams should not fear the rise of the machines by Libby Penn

Automated intelligent agents are changing the face of customer service. But, says ticketing chief Libby Penn, the nuanced, personal relationships that exist

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Rebecca Kane Burton: ‘We need to make these historic West End theatres more inviting’ by Nick Smurthwaite

After beginning her career at English Heritage, the entertainment executive went on to manage events venues Alexandra Palace and the O2 during

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NEWS: Network of Independent Critics 2017 Edinburgh participants announced by Daniel Perks

Each critic will see a minimum of 15 performances within their specialist area, and their responses may include traditional written reviews, blogs, vlogs, podcasts, tweets and visual respons…

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Margi Brown Ash stages rare double act exclusively for Brisbane audiences by Arts Review

In a Brisbane first, multi award-winning playwright and actor, Margi Brown Ash performs a rare and compelling double act – the acclaimed He Dreamed a Train and her award winning Eve &…

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CBeebies hit Sarah and Duck heads to Edinburgh Festival 2017 in all new adventure by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The CBeebies hit animated series Sarah and Duck is headed to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer from 2 to 20 August 2017. Featuring a host of enchanting characters fro…

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Guest Blog: Amer Hlehel Talks TAHA at the Young Vic by Guest Blog: Amer Hlehel

'Taha is not a play for me, not a project - it's a life. I am living Taha, I am experiencing a poet, a time, a land, a theatre and myself.'

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Dancing with the Royal Ballet: bringing world-class dance to marginalised Australia by Paul Farrell

Acclaimed British company runs workshops with Queensland groups ‘to show people the wonderful form of self-expression dance can be’For the first time in its 85-plus year history, Britain…

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Racing Demon review at Theatre Royal, Bath – ‘a powerful revival’ by Mark Shenton

After an abortive side-trip to Sydney last year, Jonathan Church has returned to Britain and swapped the annual summer season he programmed

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London’s King’s Head extends flat-rate pay to creative teams by Giverny Masso

London’s King’s Head has become what is believed to be the first unfunded pub theatre to commit to a fair pay agreement

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Carnival Cruise Line unveils Carnival Studios by Promoted Content

With its new high-tech, 44,500 sq ft rehearsal space in South Florida, Carnival has further elevated its award-winning shipboard entertainment offerings… In

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

FIRST LOOK: David Hare’s Racing Demon at Theatre Royal Bath by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The Theatre Royal Bath has released these great first look production photos of David Hare’s play Racing Demon directed by Jonathan Church. Four clergymen seek to make …

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Deadline looms for Showcase and Pitch Programs at APAM 2018 by Arts Review

With just days until applications close to be part of the Showcase and Pitch Programs at the 2018 Australian Performing Arts Market (APAM), artists and companies are being encouraged to fi…

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Tim Acito Debuts Revised ZANNA, DON'T (the Reboot) at Theatre Horizon Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Everything old is new again, and leave it to Tim Acito, writer of the 2003 off-Broadway hit Zanna, Don't, to prove that adage. The composer will premiere a brand new version of his beloved m…

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Star-Studded HOOD: THE ROBIN HOOD MUSICAL ADVENTURE at Begins at Dallas Theater Center by BroadwayWorld

2017 Regional Theatre Tony AwardRecipientDallas Theater Center will present the world premiere ofHood The Robin Hood Musical Adventure,anew musical comedy written and directed by five-timeTo…

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Richard Jordan: Fail to think about the audience, and they will fail to think about you by Richard Jordan

As a 15-year-old in 1990 watching a preview of The Comedy of Errors from the balcony at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, I

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Obituary: Jill Martin by Michael Quinn

Jill Martin’s place in theatre history was secured in 2001 when she became the only actor to appear in all three West

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Mark Shenton: Unpaid theatre criticism will lead to a narrow pool of voices by Mark Shenton

He who pays the piper calls the tune. So goes the saying. And that maxim was going to be put to the

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Daniel Evans: London needs more rehearsal spaces to encourage growth by Daniel Evans

Good rehearsal rooms are like gold dust. Just recently, I realised how much I’ve taken for granted the huge contribution a good

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Double Double Act review – a magnetic mix of mayhem, slime and wild dancing by Miriam Gillinson

Unicorn, LondonThis show hosted by grownups and kids is strange, messy and unsettling – and my 10-year-old companion finds plenty of thrills amid the wisecracking chaosImagine the children…

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Thursday, June 29, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Tap Dance King Mike Minery takes on another year at DancerPalooza and Dance Teacher Summit by Admin

The time is quickly approaching for the dance event that dance teachers and students alike look forward to each year: DancerPalooza and the Dance Teacher Summit. Characterized as a “one-of…

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Show highlighting photos by homeless people opens Thursday by Joe Holleman St. Louis Post-Dispatch

St Peters City Hall hosting project started by Sts. Joachim & Ann Church

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Find a July Fourth fireworks display near you by Wes Jenkins St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Everyone knows about the fireworks each night at Fair St. Louis, but plenty of other municipalities and community groups also put on quite a show. Whether on the holiday or before it, all of…

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Scottrade renovations begin, seek to reinvigorate 23-year-old arena by Wes Jenkins St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Phase one of a two-plus-year project to renovate the arena began Monday and is set to be finished by Sept. 2.

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Marvin's Room Opens on Broadway for the First Time, with Janeane Garofalo in Her Broadway Debut by Andy Lefkowitz

After off-Broadway and regional productions across the U.S., Scott McPherson’s 1991 play Marvin’s Room celebrates its first Broadway opening night on June 29. The work began on J…

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On the Couch with Melvyn Tan by Arts Review

Who is Melvyn Tan? Melvyn Tan – one of the world’s greatest forte-pianists. What would you do differently to what you do now? I wouldn’t. I love what I do and I would not change …

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Opening Night: Marvin's Room Officially Opens on Broadway

Lili Taylor, Janeane Garofalo, and Celia Weston star in the production.

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Blue: The Songs of Joni Mitchell by Arts Review

Over the course of an hour, Queenie van de Zandt performed as exquisite a biography as you’re likely to hear. Near aural perfection, Queenie told the story of Joni Mitchell through her poe…

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Piquing The Artistic Impulse by Joe Patti

A little irreverence today after talking about philosophical questions like “what is art for?” In the past few years, I have done a lot of writing about the need to help people r…

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1776, Jennifer DiNoia, and Doonesbury Coming to Feinstein’s/54 Below June 29–July 6 by Robert Viagas

See all the theatre-related events scheduled this week at the intimate venue.

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Linda Eder Sings Career-Spanning Concert in NYC June 29 and 30 by Robert Viagas

The Jekyll & Hyde star will take the stage at Feinstein’s/54 Below.

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What to see, hear and do this week, June 29–July 5 by Andrew Alexander

Every week we’re striving to help you get the most out of our city by helping you plan the week ahead. For more events happening in Atlanta, check out our calendar page.

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Josh Radnor Adds Playwright to His Résumé With Sacred Valley by Ruthie Fierberg

He opens up about his new play at Powerhouse Theater and why all writers should be required to act.

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How Casting Keeps ‘Beautiful’ From Becoming a Tribute Concert by Diep Tran

Casting director Stephen Kopel shares what it takes to play Carole King, The Temptations, and more in the Tony-winning musical.

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