Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 11pm (Broadway Time)
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Kid Victory review – dark musical exchanges plausibility for daring themes by Alexis Soloski

Vineyard Theater, New YorkJohn Kander and Greg Pierce’s melancholy production about a teenager recovering from kidnapping, abuse and rape is an admirably offbeat effortWhat good is it sitt…

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2017 Oscars Predictions by Mo Reida

It’s time for the Oscars, although it’s felt like they’ve come and passed with how long we’ve been experiencing the “La La Land” backlash. Since I’m…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: In ‘Kid Victory,’ Rescued but Not Free by Ben Brantley

This dark musical by Greg Pierce and John Kander examines the ordeals of a teenager trying to recover from a drugged captivity.

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Review: ‘If I Forget,’ Clashing Currents in Jewish Identity by Alexis Soloski

Steven Levenson’s comedy-drama explores multiple and contradictory dimensions of self-perception through its portrait of a family, the Fischers.

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Magic Time: ‘The How and the Why’ at Theater J by John Stoltenberg

The very title poses a puzzle. How what? Why what? Yet the definite articles assert certitude. The what. The how. Turns out in this brainy play about two smart women, perplexity and uncertai…

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Review: If I Forget by Brian Scott Lipton

There are layers upon layers of plot, themes, and revelations in Steven Levenson’s new play, “If I Forget,” now being given an immaculately acted production by Tony winner Daniel Sulli…

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If I Forget, Laura Pels Theatre, New York — taboo-shattering

Steven Levenson’s play takes a direct shot at the Israel lobby in the US

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Kid Victory

John Kander and Greg Pierce present their dark new musical at Vineyard Theatre.

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'Kid Victory' review: Chamber musical tackles stolen innocence

Leave it to John Kander, 89 and definitely still counting, to dare to write a musical that evokes ambiguous feelings about a pedophile kidnapper.

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You Took My Joy And I Want It Back by Joe Patti

If you found yourself agreeing with the thesis of my post yesterday about claiming someone is selling out or is dumbing down art is an attempt to exclude those people in order to save Art, I…

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On the Couch with Jonathan Biggins by Arts Review

Who is Jonathan Biggins? Jonathan is an actor, writer, director and political satirist with a level of fame that means you need to ask that question. What would you do differently to what yo…

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A packed 'Hamilton' matinee — all Chicago Public School students and their teachers by Morgan Greene

It was no surprise Wednesday that the PrivateBank Theatre had yet another sold-out crowd for "Hamilton," Lin-Manuel Miranda's hip-hop homage to our nation's Founding Fathers. What was differ…

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'Kid Victory': Theater Review

A teenager struggles to live with the aftermath of a horrific crime in 'Kid Victory,' a new musical by legendary composer John Kander, of 'Chicago' and 'Cabaret' fame, and playwright Greg Pi…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 8pm (Broadway Time)
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Kid Victory Review: Kander Musical on Aftermath of a Kidnapping by Jonathan Mandell

There is one song by John Kander in Kid Victory that recalls the composer’s collaboration with Fred Ebb in both Cabaret and Chicago – “What’s the Point?” a jaunty, satiric tap-danc…

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'If I Forget': Theater Review

Kate Walsh returns to the New York stage in 'If I Forget,' a new drama by 'Dear Evan Hansen' book writer Steven Levenson, in which a family struggles with personal and political issues. read…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 7pm (Broadway Time)
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KID VICTORY - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

From the Nazi occupation of Germany (Cabaret) and the toxic relationship between murder and celebrity (Chicago) to tortured sexuality amid just plain torture (Kiss of the Spider Woman) and e…

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IF I FORGET - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

Some things are just too terrible to say, invoking horrifying ghosts and suggesting blood-curdling motives even if the underlying intentions are pure (or something close it, at any rate).

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Twelfth Night review at the National Theatre – ‘Tamsin Greig is resplendent’ by Natasha Tripney

Twelfth Night has always been a play of abandon. Characters slip on different costumes, different gender identities, they shuck off their solemnity,

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Kid Victory, Kander’s New Musical: Review, Video, Pics by New York Theater

There is one song by John Kander in Kid Victory that recalls the composer’s collaboration with Fred Ebb in both Cabaret and Chicago – “What’s the Point?” a jaunty, satiric tap-danc…

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Review: ‘Kid Victory’ at Vineyard Theatre by Deb Miller

When seventeen-year-old Luke returns home to small-town Kansas after being missing for a year, he must come to terms with what transpired and face the aftermath with his family, church, and …

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Paramount Theatre in Aurora Serves Up A Breathtaking Sweeney Todd by Michael J. Roberts

Highly Recommended What is considered by many to be Sondheim’s greatest work Sweeney Todd had [...]

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'Finding Neverland': Theater Review

Billy Harrigan Tighe and Christine Dwyer star at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre in Harvey Weinstein's touring production of 'Finding Neverland,' the Broadway musical about playwright J.M. Ba…

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In The Stage newspaper this week: February 23 by The Stage

The Stage newspaper comes out once a week and is brimming with industry news, advice, analysis and reviews from all over the

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 6pm (Broadway Time)
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Man From Nebraska by Doug Marino

Powerhouse Tracy Letts penned a killer show several years ago - August Osage County - family drama - intense - drug fueled.  Wowza.  His latest installment off-Broadway, Man From N…

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Best of Brisbane Theatre acknowledged at the 2016 Matilda Awards by Arts Review

Queensland Theatre has dominated the 2016 Matilda Awards to be Queensland’s most lauded company for the second year running, associated with eleven of the 16 category winners through fou…

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Actors' Equity Association Issues Statement on Resignation of Vice President Paige Price by BroadwayWorld

Yesterday, Paige Price announced that she will resign as the First Vice President of Actors' Equity Association, the national labor union that represents all professional stage actors and st…

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The L.A. Theatre Digest: Feb. 16–22 by Patrick Pizzolorusso

The Geffen Playhouse announces its new season, Bessie Smith comes to the Los Angeles area, and more updates!

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Marin Theatre Company Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The lineup includes works by Thomas Bradshaw, Dominique Morisseau, Sarah DeLappe, Jordan Harrison, and Young Jean Lee.

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Pop Poll! Anastasia's Christy Altomare & Derek Klena on Which of Their Favorite TV Shows & Movies Should Journey to Broadway by Broadway.com

Derek Klena is jonesin' to play Hercules. Christy Altomare wants to be Penny Lane in an Almost Famous musical. The possibilities are endless!

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Watch Christy Altomare, Ramin Karimloo, Derek Klena & More Perform New Music From Anastasia by Broadway.com

The cast of Anastasia performs "In My Dreams", "My Petersburg", "Still" and "We'll Go From There" from the new Broadway musical.

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Broadway.com #LiveatFive with Kristolyn Lloyd of Dear Evan Hansen by Broadway.com

Kristolyn Lloyd drops by Broadway.com HQ to chat about Dear Evan Hansen and more with Paul Wontorek.

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REVIEW: The Wild Party, The Other Palace ✭✭✭ by Alexa Terry

By Alexa Terry I longed for a feather in my hair, to drink a bottle of champagne too fast and to play my part in the gritty debacle. This post REVIEW: The Wild Party, The Other Palace ✭✭…

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Hemlock Theatre Company Kicks Off Season With Dog Sees God by Chris Luner

Charlie Brown and the Peanuts gang are back in action on Staten Island as Hemlock Theatre Company kicks off their 2017 season with Dog Sees God at the Little Victory Theatre February 24th th…

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Geffen Playhouse Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include comedies, dramas, and a musical.

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Playbill and School of Rock—The Musical Team Up For Broadway First by Felicia Fitzpatrick

Experience what it's like to perform on the Winter Garden stage.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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TWELFTH NIGHT Olivier, SE1 by Libby Purves

THE WHIRLIGIG OF TIME AND BENDING OF GENDERS..   It’s a grand thing to be seduced and succumb. To suspect a director of vainly messing about with a Shakespeare play too close to your …

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Will Charles Isherwood Win His Case Against The New York Times? by Marc Hershberg

Theatre critic Charles Isherwood might not win back his job after being fired from The New York Times for sending personal gripes to producer Scott Rudin.

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Laura Osnes, Betsy Wolfe, Telly Leung Set for Hammerstein Museum Benefit Concert by Adam Hetrick

Funds raised will help to establish the Oscar Hammerstein Museum and Theatre Education Center.

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Hooked: ‘Fish Men’ at INTAR Theatre by Matthew Wexler

By Ryan Leeds Near the end of playwright Cándido Tirado’s well-crafted play Fish Men, one of his characters looks offstage, reflecting on the events that have just occurred. “People are…

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All change for Osipova and Vasiliev by Judith Mackrell

Natalia Osipova and Ivan Vasiliev were the Bolshoi's golden couple – on stage and off. But their love affair is over and they're flirting with new kinds of dance. Judith Mackrell asks them…

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Color & Light! Here's a First Look at Jake Gyllenhaal & Annaleigh Ashford in Broadway's Sunday in the Park with George by Broadway.com

You've watched Jake Gyllenhaal sing "Finishing the Hat" on repeat—now it's time to obsess over these photos of him and Annaleigh Ashford in Sunday in the Park with Ge…

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Odds & Ends: Rachel Bloom’s Next Gig Is Crazy, Hamilton Merch Lawsuit Reaches Settlement & More by Lindsey Sullivan

Here's a quick roundup of stories you may have missed today. Rachel Bloom’s Not Just Crazy; She’s Most Likely To Murder We’re not sure what’s up with Rachel Bloo…

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Comedy Central’s Kent Alterman On Push Into Features & Going Global With Viacom by Jeremy Gerard

Twelve days after Viacom CEO Bob Bakish restructured the company to focus on six flagship brands – Comedy Central, The Paramount Network, BET, MTV, Nickelodeon and Nick Jr – Com…

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This Means War by American Theatre Editors

War may feel like an abstraction to many of us, but the theatre can give its realities flesh and blood.

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Worst-Case Scenarios: A New Canon of Military Plays by American Theatre Editors

Psychological trauma is the subject of most plays about service members. Does this represent most veterans’ reality, or does it further complicate their reentry?

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David Rabe and Quiara Alegría Hudes Enter the Breach by American Theatre Editors

From the Vietnam War to Iraq, the two playwrights have each written play trilogies about war's effect on its fighters.

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Bringing It All Back Home by American Theatre Editors

How veterans who leave the theatre of war are finding expression in another kind of theatre.

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Why T.D. Mitchell’s Female Marines Went Off-Base by American Theatre Editors

In 'Queens for a Year,' the playwright dramatized the culture of silence around military sexual assault via five generations of warrior women.

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Photo Flash: Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford Shine in Sunday in the Park With George

The revival of Stephen Sondheim's musical opens tomorrow, February 23.

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Theater News: Tim Daly and Tyne Daly to Costar in Theresa Rebeck's Downstairs at Dorset Playhouse

The siblings will take the stage together for the first time ever in Rebeck's world-premiere play.

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Theater News: Neil LaBute, Dominique Morisseau, and More Set for Geffen Playhouse 2017-18 Season

Halley Feiffer's dramatic comedy A Funny Thing Happened... will make its West Coast debut.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Paige Price Will Depart Theatre Aspen for Philadelphia Theatre Company by Andrew Gans

Price has been named producing artistic director of the Pennsylvania venue.

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Mideast Minute: Pardis Parker lampoons U.S. propaganda efforts in Middle East by Brad Wheeler

The weekly short satirizes Alhurra, a Congress-funded television network established to promote the American point of view in the region

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Photo Flash: Jake Gyllenhaal, Annaleigh Ashford and More Bring Artistry to Broadway's SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE by BroadwayWorld

Ambassador Theatre Group's Broadway revival of the New York City Center production of Stephen Sondheim and James Lapine's Pulitzer Prize-winning Sunday in the Park with George will re-open t…

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BWW TV: Welcome to Their Petersburg- Catch a Sneak Peek of ANASTASIA! by Tv - Press Previews

ANASTASIA will begin previews on March 23, 2017 and open on Broadway on April 24, 2017 at the Broadhurst Theatre 235 West 44th Street. StarringChristy Altomare,Derek Klena,John Bolton,Ramin …

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Betty Buckley, Brandon Victor Dixon and More Line Up for Vineyard's [TITLE OF SHOW] 10th Anniversary Gala by BroadwayWorld

Vineyard Theatre's Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern announce that the 2017 Gala Fundraiser will celebrate the 10th anniversary of Vineyard Theatre's hit musical title of show…

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Exclusive Podcast: 'Behind the Curtain' Welcomes Tony-Winning Costume Designer Paloma Young by Behind The Curtain

Every week director Robert W Schneider and actor Kevin David Thomas pull back the curtain on neglected, forgotten, and under appreciated musicals, as well as bizarre performances, endearing …

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'Uncle Vanya': Why not a little vodka with that boring life? by Chris Jones

Annie Baker's terrific translation of "Uncle Vanya" begins like this. Marina, an old nurse who does not move much, pours a cup of tea. "You should eat something," she says to Mikhail Lvovich…

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Theater News: Original [title of show] Stars and Creators to be Honored at Vineyard Theatre Gala

The Broadway musical's 10th anniversary will be celebrated at the Edison Ballroom.

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Stage preview: Point Park updates ancient Greek play with 'Big Love' by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Point Park University’s Conservatory Theatre Company presents Charles L. Mee’s “Big Love,” a fresh twist on Aeschylus’ “The Suppliant Women,” one of the oldest plays in the Wes…

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Baghdaddy Musical Will Return Off-Broadway by Broadway.com

Baghdaddy is set to make an off-Broadway return. Based on a screenplay by J.T. Allen, Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo's musical comedy begins performances on April 6 at St. Luke's Th…

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“Zoot Suit” swings at the Taper by Pauline Adamek

Swinging social commentary abounds with the lively, if overlong Zoot Suit, a mostly upbeat revival now playing at the Mark Taper Forum. With swagger and flair, Demian

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Bold new Operas – FIRST TAKE and SECOND TAKE by Pauline Adamek

A rare and vital opportunity for American opera creators to test new works before the public, in a concert setting with full orchestra, is happening

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Subpoetics International: A Boat Constructed While on Water by HowlRound

By Seth Baumrin. Seth Baumrin, artistic director of Subpoetics International, discusses the history, process, and journey of a company working with the stories of refugees and displaced peop…

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First Look at Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford in Sunday in the Park With George by Hannah Vine

The show officially opens at the newly renovated Hudson Theatre February 23.

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The OnEdge experimental performance series questions traditional theatrical norms by Abbey Schubert

Now in its fourth year, the Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events' OnEdge series returns with a month of experimental theater and dance shows that examine the intersections of id…

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FIRST LOOK: Company of Anastasia Performs "We'll Go There"

The company of Anastasia Performs "We'll Go There". Accompanied by composer Stephen Flaherty and percussionist Bruce Coughlin. Filmed at New 42nd Street Studios. Based on the…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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FIRST LOOK: Derek Klena Sings "My Petersburg" From Anastasia

Derek Klena and Christy Altomare sing "My Petersburg" from Anastasia. Accompanied by composer Stephen Flaherty and percussionist Bruce Coughlin. Filmed at New 42nd Street Studios. …

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FIRST LOOK: Ramin Karimloo Sings "Still" From Anastasia

Ramin Karimloo sings "Still" from Anastasia. Accompanied by composer Stephen Flaherty and percussionist Bruce Coughlin. Filmed at New 42nd Street Studios. Based on the 1997 animat…

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Betty Buckley Will Sing Her Story Songs in Upcoming Concert Dates by Robert Viagas

The Tony-winning star has set a release date for her new album, and has scheduled concerts and classes in New York and California.

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FIRST LOOK: Christy Altomare sings "In My Dreams" from Anastasia

Christy Altomare sings "In My Dreams" from Anastasia. Accompanied by composer Stephen Flaherty and percussionist Bruce Coughlin. Filmed at New 42nd Street Studios.Based on the 1997…

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Vineyard Theatre Will Celebrate [title of show]’s 10th Anniversary at Annual Gala by Ryan McPhee

The event will reunite the musical’s original stars and creative team.

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Theater News: Marshall Pailet and A.D. Penedo's Baghdaddy Will Return Off-Broadway

Marshall Pailet will direct the production at St. Luke's Theatre.

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Escaped Alone by Wendy Caster

Caryl Churchill's brilliant, bizarre, puzzling, horrifying, and strangely sweet Escaped Alone packs the punch of a major dystopia into its lean 55 minutes. It also allows us to meet, enjoy, …

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Robert Holman's JONAH AND OTTO to Take Last Off-Broadway Bow This Weekend by BroadwayWorld

JONAH AND OTTO, by celebrated UK playwright Robert Holman, will conclude its acclaimed limited engagement this Saturday evening, February 25th at The Lion Theatre at Theatre Row, 410 West 42…

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Music News: DC’s Favorite Chorus Invites You to "ROAD TRIP! Tour the USA in our Cabaret" by Self-Post News

Fasten your seatbelts and take a break from the hustle and bustle of your daily routine with the Congressional Chorus in ROAD TRIP! Tour the USA in our Cabaret at the Atlas Performing Arts C…

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Box-Office Picks for Movies Hitting the Theaters this Weekend by Rino16

On the 26th of January, 2017, Screen Rant published the latest week’s box office prediction. This is published by Screen Rant every week to help the audience decide on what to watch fo…

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Review: “The Bodyguard: The Musical” at the Academy of Music by Celeste Mann

Whitney Houston is a tough act to follow, especially in a version of the vehicle created just for her to showcase her most popular songs. Deborah Cox, as the star singer Rachel Marron, holds…

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FROM HERE TO ETERNITY and HEARTBREAK HOTEL to Premiere at Ogunquit Playhouse This Season by BroadwayWorld

The Ogunquit Playhouse, one of the Northeast's cultural jewels and a cornerstone of America's theatrical heritage, is celebrating its 85th Anniversary Season, and, true to its legacy, the 20…

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The Subtext. Episode 21: Zakiyyah Alexander by Brian James Polak

A podcast where playwrights talk to playwrights about the things usually left unsaid. In a conversation that dives into life's muck, we learn what irks, agitates, motivates, inspires and —…

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Geffen Playhouse Reveals Part of 2017–18 Season by Olivia Clement

Tyne Daly is set to star in a new musical at the West Coast theatre.

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Betty Buckley to Preview New STORY SONGS Album in NJ, NYC and CA This Spring by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award-winning Broadway legend Betty Buckley - co-starring in the recent smash hit M. Night Shayamalan film Split opposite James McAvoy - will come to the New York area this season for f…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Dead Writers Collective now dead after allegations of harassment and abuse by Aimee Levitt

A social media firestorm of allegations of sexual harassment and emotional abuse ignited Tuesday afternoon and incinerated Dead Writers Collective, a six-year-old theater company, which anno…

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Tyne Daly and Tim Daly Will Star in World Premiere of Theresa Rebeck Play by Andrew Gans

The siblings are set to headline the new play at the Dorset Theatre Festival.

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Jason Robert Brown, Adam Kantor and More Sign on for Symphony Space's PROJECT BROADWAY Series by BroadwayWorld

Symphony Space's PROJECT BROADWAY, a celebration of all that's new and exciting on the Great White Way, returns for its second installment, March 27 - April 2. This year's theme is 'The Art …

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Theater News: Tina Landau, Alton Fitzgerald White, and More Set for 2017 TEDxBroadway

The annual event will again take place at New World Stages.

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MoveTube: A young Gelsey Kirkland makes Giselle her own by Luke Jennings

The detail, the exquisite control, the lyrical flow ... this clip shows why Kirkland remains a cherished legend of American balletThis is Gelsey Kirkland dancing the Act 1 variation, or solo…

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Up Next: The 8-Year-Old Theater Critic Who Stars in HBO’s ‘Big Little Lies’ by Alina Cohen

Meet Iain Armitage, who rose to fame with a YouTube channel where he offers reviews of “Othello” and “Cats.”

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REVIEW: Finding Neverland crash lands at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre by Rob Stevens

Magic and charm are in short supply in James Graham's book for the musical about the creation of Peter Pan.

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Tyne Daly & Robert Forster-Led CHASING MEM'RIES, Plays by Halley Feiffer & Neil LaBute, SELL/BUY/DATE and More Slated for the Geffen in 2017-1 by BroadwayWorld

The Geffen Playhouse today announced five plays in its 20172018 season with a focus on staging works by emerging contemporary playwrights and celebrated veteran writers.

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HOLD: Best Picture musicals at the Oscars over the years by Rachel Crawford

In the 89 years that the Academy Awards have been held, over 40 musicals have either been nominated for or have won an Oscar for Best Picture, including this last December's LA LA LAND.

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FREEZE FRAME: Meet the Cast of ANASTASIA on Broadway! by Walter McBride

ANASTASIA will begin previews on March 23, 2017 and open on Broadway on April 24, 2017 at the Broadhurst Theatre 235 West 44th Street. StarringChristy Altomare,Derek Klena,John Bolton,Ramin …

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Cats and Beautiful Cast Members Will Honor Late George Michael at Feinstein’s/54 Below by Ryan McPhee

Christine Cornish Smith, Jessica Hendy, Michael Wartella, and more are set for the March 1 event.

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HAMILTON Merchandise Trademark and Copyright Lawsuit Reaches Settlement with #EduHam Donations by BroadwayWorld

Hamilton Uptown Limited Liability Company, Creative Goods Merchandise LLC, SunFrog LLC and Gear Launch, Inc. announced today that they have amicably settled a trademark and copyright infring…

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From Sarah Treem, an exploration of women who are fighting for recognition by Celia Wren

“The How and the Why” and Jane Martin’s “H2O” are two powerful two-person plays.

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Watch Anastasia Stars and Creators Reveal What’s in Store for Broadway by Adam Hetrick

Learn how the 1997 animated film musical has been revolutionized for its Broadway debut.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Catherine Zuber Is Recipient of TDF/Irene Sharaff Lifetime Award by Olivia Clement

The six-time Tony-winning costume designer will be honored along with scenic designer Tony Straiges.

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Daly Siblings to Make First Stage Appearance in DOWNSTAIRS at Dorset Theatre Festival by BroadwayWorld

Dorset Theatre Festivalopens its 40th Anniversary Season with the World Premiere ofTheresa Rebeck'sDownstairs,starring brother and sisterTim DalyandTyne Daly,who will be appearing together f…

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Theatre News: Norfolk and Norwich Festival programme announced

Five world premieres make up the annual festival which takes place in May

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Derek Klena, Christy Altomare, Ramin Karimloo & More Ready for Anastasia's Broadway Bow by Broadway.com

Don't turn back now that we're here! Anastasia is poised to begin performances at Broadway's Broadhurst Theatre on March 23. We can hardly wait for this journey to begin! Take a …

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Official: Marc Bruni-Helmed TREVOR Musical Will Headline Writers Theatre's 2017-18 Season by BroadwayWorld

Writers Theatre Artistic Director Michael Halberstam and Executive Director Kathryn M. Lipuma announce the company's 2017-2018 six-show season, opening with the World Premiere of Trevor the …

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Review: ‘Great Expectations’ at Everyman Theatre by Patricia Mitchell

Everyman Theatre (“Everyman”) continues its 2016/2017 season with an ambitious production: Charles Dickens’ Great Expectations. A work of literature epic in scope and scale, the most n…

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Pointe break: ballet's destructive power laid bare in Sergei Polunin documentary by Judith Mackrell

Steven Cantor’s intimate film about the rebellious dancer exposes the pressures heaped on young prodigies – and has vital lessons for the industryIn Dancer, Steven Cantor’s new film ab…

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Photo Flash: First Look at NAPOLI, BROOKLYN World Premiere at Long Wharf Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Long Wharf Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, presents the world premiere of Napoli, Brooklyn by Meghan Kennedy, dire…

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Tulip Fever Premiere Date Postponed by Beret Leone

Oscar winners Alicia Vikander, Christoph Waltz, Matthew Morrison, and Judi Dench star in the film, adapted by Tom Stoppard.

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Vulture Examines Charles Isherwood's Firing at the Times by BroadwayWorld

As previously reported, theater critic Charles Isherwood recently departed The New York Times, with much mystery surrounding his exit.

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Suzan-Lori Parks to Adapt Richard Wright’s Native Son For the Big Screen by Beret Leone

The Pulitzer Prize winning playwright will adapt the controversial novel, to be directed by Rashid Johnson.

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Interview: Director Jose Zayas on ‘En el nombe de Salomé’ and Why Theatre Needs More Latinx Stories by Jose Solis

It’s strange to realize a play that for the most part takes place in 19th century Dominican Republic, feels eerily appropriate for our times, and yet that’s precisely what happens in En …

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If I Forget: The U.S. Before 9/11 by Roundabout

The Rise of the Internet Today, we pull smartphones out of our pockets to look up information, stream music, and watch videos. But back in 2000, the most common way to access the Internet wa…

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Crazy Ex-Girlfriend's Rachel Bloom Lands First Major Film Role in Dark Comedy Opposite Adam Pally by Ryan McPhee

The writers describe the upcoming movie as "Rear Window for stoners."

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Northlight Theatre Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will include three premieres and a Tony Award-winning play.

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"Sunset Boulevard" Shines Less Brightly by Broadway & Me

The day may come when attending a performance of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Sunset Boulevard will be like going to one for The Rocky Horror Show where audience members dress up like their favorit…

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Jonathan Weir, Isabelle McCalla & More Join Adam Jacobs in Aladdin National Tour; Full Cast Set by Lindsey Sullivan

Casting is set for the national tour of Disney's Aladdin! Jonathan Weir (The Lion King) and Isabelle McCalla (The Prom) will play Jafar and Jasmine opposite previously announced star Ada…

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See the Stage Faves Who Stepped Out for the Off-Broadway Opening of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' Everybody by Broadway.com

MacArthur "Genius" Grant recipient Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' new play Everybody opened at the Pershing Square Signature Center's Irene Diamond Stage on February 21. Take a lo…

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The Broadway.com Show: Sara Bareilles' Waitress Debut, Okieriete Onaodowan to Replace Josh Groban, Darren Criss is a Serial Killer & More by Broadway.com

This week, we talk about The Minutes landing on Broadway, Sara Bareilles baking up a storm in her own show, Sunset Boulevard's extension and Laura Osnes gives us a gorgeous Bandstand pre…

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Oliver Coopersmith & Jay Taylor Will Star in Bill Rosenfield's 46 Beacon in the West End by Lindsey Sullivan

Oliver Coopersmith and Jay Taylor are set to star in the West End debut of Bill Rosenfield's 46 Beacon. The production, a 1970s-set play about coming of age and coming out, is scheduled …

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Norfolk and Norwich Festival announces 2017 programme by Tim Bano

A new verse play by Luke Wright leads the theatre programme for this year’s Norfolk and Norwich Festival. Frankie Vah is set

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TEN – Bristol by Katharine Kavanagh

Circomedia’s third year students show us what they’ve learnt in their final ensemble project, Ten. Made in only a few weeks, and to be taken on tour around South of England and Wales, l…

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Theater News: Full company announced for D.C. Premiere of Lydia R. Diamond's Smart People

The Arena Stage production will be directed by Seema Sueko.

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Photo Flash: Christy Altomare, Ramin Karimloo, Derek Klena, and Cast of Anastasia Meet the Press

Now in rehearsals, the Broadway company prepares for performances beginning March 23.

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New 'Trevor' musical, Sam Shepard in Writers' next season by Morgan Greene

Writers Theatre in Glencoe announced the company’s 2017-18 six-show season Wednesday, including classic revivals, a Chicago premiere from Lydia Diamond and the previously announced pre-Br…

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Cast Announced for Off-Broadway’s Bareback Ink by Andrew Gans

Obie winner David Drake will direct at the IRT Theater.

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BWW Review: TITANIC, King's Theatre, Edinburgh by Gregor Dickson

Edinburgh's Southern Light Opera Company rise to the challenge of staging Maury Yeston's award-winning musical, in an ambitious production with a cast of 90 and orchestra of 27.

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Photos: Meet the Cast of Broadway’s Anastasia by Hannah Vine

The new musical based on the 1997 animated film makes its Broadway debut March 23 at the Broadhurst Theatre.

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At the Roundabout, the Remarkable ‘On the Exhale’ and Awkward ‘Orion’ by Rex Reed

One of five showcases in New York devoted to “new and experimental works” produced by the Roundabout Theatre Company in its “underground” program, the tiny Black Box Theatre, Sixth A…

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FIRST LOOK: Company and Creative Team Talk Anastasia

Based on the 1997 animated film, Anastasia comes to Broadway with a new score from the Tony-winning team behind Ragtime, Once On This Island and Seussical—Ahrens and Flaherty—alo…

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Playwright Steven Levenson’s Split-Level Family Life by Harry Haun

Roundabout’s Laura Pels Theater, former home of The Humans and Bad Jews, is now housing a potent blend of both in Steven Levenson’s play, If I Forget, bowing February 22.

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A 24-Decade History of Popular Music Wins 2017 Kennedy Prize by Ryan McPhee

Taylor Mac and Matt Ray's marathon concert was recognized for its commitment to uniting theatre with American history.

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Court Theatre Announces 2017-18 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Chicago company will present a musical tribute, classic works, and a new play.

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Twelfth Night with Malvolia by John Morrison

When I've seen a Shakespeare play dozens of times, studied it at school and acted in a student production, there's always a risk of seeing it once too often. Will it really be funny when I s…

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Max and Ivan review – rambunctious comic duo are a dorky delight by Brian Logan

Soho theatre, LondonScout leaders haunt the woods with crossbows and there are groansome puns aplenty in this deliciously silly coming-of-age showAfter half a dozen shows together, Max Olesk…

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Photo Flash: SUNSET BOULEVARD's Michael Xavier Joins Frank DiLella at Birdland by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway at Birdland concert series was proud to present NY1 theater journalist Frank DiLella, who returned to the Birdland stage with the eleventh episode of his talk show, Show Biz Aft…

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Read Reviews for Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Everybody by Olivia Clement

The cast changes roles nightly in the world-premiere production at Off-Broadway’s Signature Theatre.

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek - HAMILTON's Javier Munoz Guests on Tonight's 'Blindspot' by TV News Desk

Broadway's current Alexander Hamilton, Javier Muoz will guest star on tonight's all new episode ofBLINDSPOT, titled 'Draw O Caesar, Erase A Coward.' The episode airs at 8pm ETPT on NBC.

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Getting Dressed review at Sadler’s Wells, London – ‘lovely, lively and engaging’ by Anna Winter

Getting Dressed is a charming dance piece for children that plunges its young audience into a colourful world of sartorial-based revelry. It

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Kent Gash Will Direct The Wiz for Ford’s Theatre by Andrew Gans

The 2017-18 season will also include the American premiere of a new play by Timberlake Wertenbaker.

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Catherine Zuber and Tony Straiges Among 2017 Theatre Development Fund/Irene Sharaff Awardees by BroadwayWorld

Six-time Tony Award-winning costume designer CATHERINE ZUBER and legendary scenic designer TONY STRAIGES are among the 2017 TDFIrene Sharaff Awards recipients which were just announced by Th…

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More Stars Sign on for Broadway's SIX DEGREES OF SEPARATION by BroadwayWorld

Additional casting has been announced for the revival of John Guare's critically acclaimed play Six Degrees Of Separation starring seven-time Emmy Award winner Allison Janney Mom, The Girl o…

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The Maxamoo Podcast Returns to Talk EVERYTHING, BEARDO, GIRL X, Neo-Futurists, Repertorio Espa?ol, BLURRED LINES, and More by Maxamoo

We're baaaaack and so excited to be here Liz, Jose and Lindsay discuss six new shows from beyond Broadway in New York City. On this new episode, we discuss Everybody by Branden Jacobs-Jenkin…

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PERFECT CRIME Will Become First Play in NYC to Hit 30-Year Milestone by BroadwayWorld

The long-running Off-Broadway show PERFECT CRIME will make history on Tuesday, April 18th becoming the first play in New York City to ever reach a milestone 30thAnniversary.

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National Theatre's OBSESSION, Starring Jude Law, to Hit U.S. Cinemas This Spring by BroadwayWorld

Obsession, an adaptation of the Luchino Visconti film starring Oscar nominee Jude Law and directed by Tony and Olivier award winner Ivo van Hove, is the latest National Theatre Live screenin…

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ALADDIN Finds Princess, Genie, Villains and Band of Thieves for National Tour; Cast Complete! by BroadwayWorld

Disney Theatrical Productions and Broadway In Chicago have announced full casting for the eagerly-anticipated North American tour of Disney's Aladdin, which begins rehearsals in Chicago on M…

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Wagner College Theatre Presents Titanic by Chris Luner

All ashore who are going ashore! Wagner College Theatre kicks off its spring 2017 season with the Tony Award winning musical Titanic on it’s Main Stage. The production runs February 2…

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Man from Nebraska, Joan of Arc, and More Extend Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Due to ticket demand, a number of shows will play longer than initially scheduled.

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The fatal attraction of H20 at Rep Stage (review) by Jayne Blanchard

The devil need not be a red-skinned gent with a forked tail. He could be Jake Abadjian (Robbie Gay), a gorgeous and charismatic Hollywood star of the blockbuster Dawnwalker movies, playing a…

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Theater News: Full Cast Announced for Aladdin North American Tour

Broadway's original Aladdin, Adam Jacobs, will reprise his role on the road.

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BOY STROKE GIRL – Etcetera Theatre by Laura Kressly

Boy Stroke Girl offers a thought-provoking concept: can you fall in love with someone without knowing their gender? What a brilliant idea to discuss on stage.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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The Girls, Phoenix Theatre, London — joyous, cathartic

A musical version of the Calendar Girls story is flawed but immensely poignant

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An admirably thoughtful Maurizio Pollini at the Royal Festival Hall

The pianist’s London recital took a while to get going — but then melodies began to sing

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Christopher Hampton's The Philanthropist Set for the West End; Lily Cole, Simon Bird & More Tapped by Lindsey Sullivan

Oscar and Tony winner Christopher Hampton's The Philanthropist is set to play a limited engagement at London's Trafalgar Studios. British star Simon Callow will direct a cast that in…

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Additional Casting Set for Six Degrees of Separation, Starring Allison Janney & John Benjamin Hickey by Kathy Henderson

Broadway vets Lisa Emery (Casa Valentina), Michael Countryman (Wit) and Michael Siberry (The Sound of Music) are among the additional cast members announced for the forthcoming Broadway revi…

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The fascination of an all-Robbins programme at Lincoln Center, New York

New York City Ballet’s dancers were supremely attuned in two pieces

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A fluid, lucid production of The Cherry Orchard at the Arcola Theatre

Trevor Griffiths’ 1977 version of Chekhov’s drama has its first London staging

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Deafinitely launches fundraising programme by Giverny Masso

Deaf-led theatre company Deafinitely has launched a friends scheme in a bid to raise money for the company and its work with

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REVIEW: Joseph And His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat, Joe UK Cast Album ✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo At a time when the worries of the world are huge, Joseph And His Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat is a wonderful way to escape for a few hours way, way back to many centuries a…

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The Cherry Orchard review at Arcola Theatre – ‘stripped of its Russian soul’ by Julia Rank

Chekhov considered The Cherry Orchard, his final play, to be a comedy, even though Stanislavsky staged it as a tragedy. Certainly it’s

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Theater News: Broadway's Six Degrees of Separation Announces Additional Casting

The production will star Allison Janney, John Benjamin Hickey, and Corey Hawkins.

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Photo Flash: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins and Cast of Everybody Celebrate Opening Night

Lila Neugebauer directs the production at Signature Theatre.

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Review: Review: Othello (Tobacco Factory)

Richard Twyman's production shows how depressingly relevant Othello still is

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Review: Review: The Crucible (Queen's Theatre, Hornchurch)

Douglas Rintoul directs Charlie Condou in Arthur Miller's classic

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Video: Pixie Lott and Gary Barlow at opening night of The Girls

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's musical comes to the West End

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Matt Berry to star in new production of The Philanthropist by Georgia Snow

Matt Berry, Simon Bird and Lily Cole are to star in a new London production of The Philanthropist, directed by Simon Callow.

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Top casting directors Maggie Lunn and Doreen Jones die on same day by Michael Quinn

Tributes have been paid to two leading casting directors who died within hours of each other on February 19. Maggie Lunn, who

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Complete Casting Announced for Aladdin National Tour by Andrew Gans

Adam Jacobs will reprise his work in the title role.

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More Casting Announced for Broadway’s Six Degrees of Separation by Andrew Gans

See who's joining Allison Janney, John Benjamin Hickey, and Corey Hawkins in the revival.

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Escaped Alone by Carey

Originally published on The Culture Trip View this story online In Caryl Churchill’s latest play, four aging women chat away an afternoon. How scary can it be?  The answer, it turns out, …

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How Hamilton Helped Russell Simmons Get His Musical The Scenario Off the Ground by Ryan McPhee

The hip-hop mogul sounds off on what will make his New York-bound theatrical event resonate with audiences.

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One Dance UK’s Sue Wyatt to lead English National Ballet School by Georgia Snow

One Dance UK chair Sue Wyatt has been appointed director of the English National Ballet School. She will replace Delia Barker, who

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REVIEW: 3D Theatricals presents a lively Once On This Island by Rob Stevens

The larger cast makes the Flaherty/Ahrens musical sound richer and feel more full bodied.

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VIDEO: See the Details of THE LION KING'S Mufasa Mask Come Full Circle by BroadwayWorld

In the latest installment of Disney Theatrical Group's 'Stage Props' series, the details of the Mufasa mask are brought full circle.

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TEXT OF THE DAY: A Clockwork Orange by Aleks Sierz

.Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on www.sierz.co.uk.

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'Guess Who's Coming to Dinner' in Court Theatre's 63rd season by Morgan Greene

Court Theatre announced its 63rd season Wednesday, featuring a five-show lineup of family dramas, a musical tribute and looks into the lives of Emily Dickinson and Supreme Court Justice A…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Baghdaddy to Return Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The musical comedy will have a return engagement featuring most of the original cast.

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Photo Flash: Inside Opening Night of Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's THE GIRLS at Phoenix Theatre by BroadwayWorld

THE GIRLS, based on the true story, the film and the award-winning play byTim Firth, Calendar Girls, opened last night, Tuesday 21 February, at thePhoenix Theatrein London's West End, where …

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Tracy Letts' Man From Nebraska, Starring Reed Birney, Extends at Second Stage by Kathy Henderson

The critically praised New York debut of Tracy Letts’ Man From Nebraska, starring Tony winner Reed Birney and Annette O’Toole, will get a two-week extension at Second Stage, thro…

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Theatre News: Lily Cole and Matt Berry in new production of The Philanthropist

Simon Callow will direct Christopher Hampton's play

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Samantha Barks, Arthur Darvill, Maxwell Caulfield and More Announced for London Musical Theatre Orchestra's HONEYMOON IN VEGAS by BroadwayWorld

After the resounding success of Rodgers amp Hammerstein's State Fair Cadogan Hall November 2016 and the sell out concert of Alan Menken amp Lynn Ahrens' A Christmas Carol Lyceum Theatre, Dec…

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A Passionate Woman review at the Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham – ‘thoughtfully directed’ by Paul Vale

Director Paul Milton’s choice of A Passionate Woman might seem a little out of step in the Everyman’s repertoire, but Kay Mellor’s

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First Look at Tony Winner Frances Ruffelle in the New London Wild Party by Hannah Vine

The 2000 Michael John LaChiusa musical officially opened February 20.

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Taylor Mac and Matt Ray Win 2017 Kennedy Prize by American Theatre Editors

'A 24-Decade History of Popular Music' has won the prestigious prize for its presentation of American history through a queer lens; it comes with $100,000.

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Frosty & Frigid by Leah Richards

It's that time of year again: the FRIGID NY Festival is taking over the Kraine Theater and UNDER St. Marks for 19 days, with 30 plays ranging from personal narratives to parodies to scie…

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School Play, Southwark Playhouse by Will Rathbone

Debut play makes strong and worthwhile points but lacks depth Hot on the heels of Katherine Soper's award-winning Wish List, about the UK benefits system in crisis, and John Godber's This Mi…

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thEATer: Paramour’s Justin Keats on His Favorite Theater District Eats by Ariana Starr

The dining scene of New York’s Theater District is quickly becoming one of the best of the city, and few people know it better than the actors who call the neighborhood their second home. …

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EXCLUSIVE: See George Takei Visit In Transit by Hannah Vine

Takei reunited with Allegiance co-star Telly Leung at Circle in the Square Theatre February 21.

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TITANIC THE MUSICAL – Edinburgh by Thom Dibdin

Southern Light Opera returns to the King’s Theatre this week with its 120th annual show, a mammoth production of Titanic The Musical that the company hopes will get right into the soul of …

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Theater News: Tracy Letts' Man From Nebraska, Starring Reed Birney and Annette O'Toole, Extends Run

The Second Stage Theatre production is directed by David Cromer.

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Review: Fast feet in 'My Brother's Keeper,' but story can't keep up by Kerry Reid

When you're basing a show around the Nicholas Brothers, who created what Fred Astaire called the greatest dance sequence ever filmed — well, brother, those are some big tap shoes to fill. …

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Book Review: “The Year of the Comet” — Surviving History by Roberta Silman

This is the work of an extremely talented writer whose prose is spare and exact and has an authenticity that marks him as the real thing.

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Matthew Broderick, Wallace Shawn Set for This Week's THEATER TALK by TV News Desk

Beginning February 24 on Thirteen, WLIW21, CUNY TV and WNYE25THEATER TALK guests playwrightactor Wallace Shawn, actor Matthew Broderick, and director Scott Elliott discuss the New York City …

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An Interview with LaChanze by Victoria Myers

We talk to LaChanze about her solo show and how she put it together, her philosophy for working in theatre, how the theatre community can make things better for working mothers, and more.

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In pictures (February 23): The Wild Party, The Wedding Singer, Pygmalion and more… by The Stage

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the

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Obituary: Barry Cassin by Michael Quinn

A leading figure in Irish theatre, Barry Cassin’s career spanned seven decades as both an actor and director. As co-founder of Dublin’s

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GRACE NOTES: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 by Susan Grace

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Agatha Christie Classic MURDER ON THE ORIENT EXPRESS on 'Track' for Broadway? by BroadwayWorld

As BWW announced last month, New Jersey's McCarter Theatre Center announced the World Premiere production of Ken Ludwig's adaptation of Agatha Christie's mystery masterpiece, MURDER ON THE O…

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Taylor Mac Wins Kennedy Prize for Drama Inspired by American History by Jennifer Schuessler

Mr. Mac’s marathon “24-Decade History of Popular Music” was praised as “a vast, immersive, subversive, audacious and outrageous experience.”

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Kevin Kline Named 2017 Theatre in Our Schools Campaign Spokesperson by Adam Hetrick

The Tony and Oscar-winning actor is lending his voice to raise awareness of the importance of theatre education.

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Livestreaming Berkeley Repertory Theatre’s Creative Careers Panel: How to Apply—Regional Theatre Fellowships and Internships—Thurs, Feb 23—#cr by HowlRound

By HowlRound TV. Thinking about applying for a fellowship or internship in theatre? Hear from current fellows at regional theatre companies around the country including Berkeley Repertory Th…

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Review:Everybody at curtainup.com/ http://www.curtainup.com/everybody17.html Review: If I Forget at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

a world premiere by the talented Brandon Jacob-Jenkns at the Pershing Square Signature Theater Re

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'The Girls': Theater Review

'The Girls': Take That frontman Gary Barlow joins the team as composer for a musical based on 'Calendar Girls,' the hit 2003 film that starred Helen Mirren. read more

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Sexism in dance: where are all the female choreographers? by Luke Jennings

Want to be a ballerina? No problem. But any girl dreaming of a career in choreography had better mind the glass ceiling…As a nation we are well supplied with choreographers. Matthew Bourne…

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Othello review at Tobacco Factory, Bristol – ‘thrilling and dynamic’ by Jeremy Brien

Two bold concepts inhabit this thrilling modern-dress version of Othello. Young actors virtually straight out of RADA – Abraham Popoola and Norah

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Taylor Mac's '24-DECADE HISTORY OF POPULAR MUSIC' Wins 2017?Edward M. Kennedy Prize for Drama by BroadwayWorld

Columbia University and Ambassador Jean Kennedy Smithhave announcedthat A 24-Decade History of Popular Music A Radical Fairy Realness Ritual by Taylor Mac and Matt Ray is the 2017 winner of …

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VIDEO: BEAUTY AND THE BEAST Cast & Crew Kick Off Worldwide Press Tour in Paris by TV News Desk

Earlier this week, the cast and filmmakers from Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, includingEmma Watson,Dan StevensJosh Gad,Luke Evans, Alexis Loizon, directorBill Condonand composerAlan Menken,…

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ON THE CREST OF A WAVE – Vaults by Laura Kressly

Inspired by familial memory and grief, Whitehill and five other theatre makers draw on their own histories to create a playful homage to the endurance of family stories.

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Lying on your CV was the norm in my day (your views, February 23) by The Stage

West End Producer says: “Don’t lie about your credits” (‘What are the cardinal sins of auditioning?’, January 26). But if you weren’t

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Diary: Crowning a new Carole King at Beautiful by Tabard

Now, dear reader, you may remember when Tabard recently brought you the news of romantic plans to stage a marriage proposal during

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Diary: Punch-ups in the stalls in Aberdeen by Tabard

Audiences can be troublesome, can’t they? Sometimes they just don’t know how to behave. Tabard recalls going to a performance of Dirty

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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EVERYBODY - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Matthew Murray

Should Death really be so appealing?

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Eddie Marsan leads fight to extend Bethnal Green arts centre in London by Giverny Masso

Actor Eddie Marsan is backing a campaign to save a hidden chapel in a community arts centre and bring it to life

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Hedda Gabler, This is Not a Love Story review – Hedda get your gun by Alfred Hickling

Northern Stage, Newcastle As the heroine of Ibsen’s psychodrama, a pistol-packing Victoria Elliott rages against corseted constriction in Selma Dimitrijevic’s adaptationThe fashion for H…

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Othello review – thriller focuses on anti-Muslim prejudice and 'alternative facts' by Lyn Gardner

Tobacco Factory, Bristol Director Richard Twyman’s riveting production excels at depicting the racial and religious tensions underlying Othello and Desdemona’s peril“So much ado, so mu…

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WILL POWER – Theatre N16 by Shanine Salmon

Toby Boutall’s play recreates this psychic prison with such fidelity that one can almost touch the walls and smell the faeces smeared thereon.

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Plays bridge solitudes of Toronto, Montreal theatre scenes by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

At Canadian Stage, Five Faces for Evelyn Frost will be performed in English translation, then in French, while in HROSES, both languages are used.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: THE COMMITMENTS, Bristol Hippodrome by Tim Wright

We're in Dublin and it's 1986. Jimmy and his musician friends are fed up of art school synth music and want to bring soul music back to the people. The Commitments is adapted from Roddy Doyl…

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Hedda Gabler, This is Not a Love Story review at Northern Stage, Newcastle upon Tyne by Natasha Tripney

Is Hedda Gabler a feminist text? Can it be? Should it be? Selma Dimitrijevic’s adaptation of the Ibsen play comes close on

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Bristol council slashes arts by £380k by Giverny Masso

Bristol City Council has approved £380,000 worth of cuts to its arts budget by 2022. In a meeting on February 22, proposals

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Theatre News: Exclusive: Full cast announced for LMTO's Honeymoon in Vegas

Simon Lipkin will join Samantha Barks and Arthur Darvill for LMTO's concert

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Press Pass: Overnight reviews, interviews & more on The Girls by Terri Paddock

In his review this morning, Michael Billington has – to borrow a phrase from Meat Loaf – taken the words right out of mouth. At last night’s West End premiere of The Girls,…

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Spirit Young Performers Company: a modern template for arts schools by Promoted Content

Founded in 2013, the London-based Spirit Young Performers Company has quickly established itself as an innovative provider of vocational training to young

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THE WILD PARTY – The Other Palace by Ian Foster

March's jazz-age tale of a tempestuous couple holding a gathering to end all gatherings allows for a real parade of vivid caricatures to come passing through in search of gin, blow, sex and …

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Review Roundup: Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's THE GIRLS at Phoenix Theatre by Review Roundups

THE GIRLS, based on the true story, the film and the award-winning play by Tim Firth, Calendar Girls, opened last night, Tuesday 21 February, at the Phoenix Theatre in London's West End, whe…

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NEWS: The Girls extends booking to 15 July, introduces Tuesday matinee by Press Releases

From Monday 27 February, the booking period for Gary Barlow and Tim Firth’s award-winning new British musical, THE GIRLS, will extend to 15 July 2017. A Tuesday matinee will be introduced…

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Touched review at Nottingham Playhouse – ‘bittersweet and resonant’ by Pat Ashworth

A stellar cast of authentic Nottingham voices have been assembled for this new revival of Touched, a 1977 play by the city’s

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Blogs: Theatre loses too much talent to screen: let's cheer those who make it back

As the Oscars arrive, Matt Trueman raises a glass to those actors who return to theatre after Hollywood success

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Review: Review: Touched (Nottingham Playhouse)

Line of Duty star Vicky McClure makes her stage debut in Stephen Lowe's play

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Obituary: Trish Arnold by Michael Quinn

Trish Arnold pioneered an innovative approach to the teaching of movement and dance specifically designed for actors that is now widely employed

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SEE ME NOW – Young Vic by Aleks Sierz

Verbatim theatre always raises theatrical and ethical issues. The use of the words spoken by real-life, as opposed to fictional, people always argues in favour of authenticity (which is not …

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Hotel Europe review at Green Rooms Hotel – ‘absorbing new writing’ by Fergus Morgan

An epistolary tale documenting the global diaspora of one Italian family. A heated discussion stripping away layers of latent prejudice in a

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Oliver Coopersmith and Jay Taylor to Lead the West End Debut of Bill Rosenfield's 46 BEACON at Trafalgar Studios by BroadwayWorld

Oliver Coopersmith Netflix's I-Boy and the lead in forthcoming Sky Atlantic series Tin Star opposite Tim Roth and Christina Hendricks and Jay Taylor Donkey Punch, Nell Gwynn and Wolf HallBri…

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, February 22, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Double-Holiday Week Broadway Grosses, “Wonder Years” Musical Lab, will McCarter’s “Murder on the Orient Express” Come to Broadway? “Today on Broad…

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Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's THE GIRLS Extends Booking Period to July by BroadwayWorld

From Monday 27 February, the booking period for Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's award-winning new British musical, THE GIRLS, will extend to 15 July 2017. A Tuesday matinee will be introduced fr…

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‘Arise Amazon!’ at Orion Theatre, Stockholm by Blouin Artinfo

A theater performance entitled “Arise Amazon!” is being presented at Orion Theatre, Stockholm, through February 25, 2017. The presentation is a collaboration between Orion Theatre, Ruby …

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‘Swedish Hijabis’ at Royal Dramatic Theater, Stockholm by Blouin Artinfo

A theater performance entitled “Swedish Hijabis,” directed by America Vera Zavala, will be staged at the Royal Dramatic Theater, Stockholm from March 2 to March 5, 2017.The show dea…

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Review: Bucket List, Battersea Arts Centre by Daniel Perks

Uma Thurman’s starring role in Kill Bill clearly provides inspiration for the latter part of Nir Paldi’s Bucket List – a hit-list for daughter Milagros (Tamsin Clarke) to use when hunt…

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Review: Beau Brummell: An Elegant Madness, Jermyn Street Theatre by Connie Stride

To sum this play up in one word is easy: it was dull. Mind-numbingly so. While the writing in Beau Brummell: An Elegant Madness is both clever and funny, and is a credit to playwright Ron Hu…

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‘Billy Elliot - The Musical’ at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, Stockholm by Blouin Artinfo

The award-winning musical show entitled “Billy Elliot - everyone's right to dream and be the one they want to be,” with music by Elton John, is being staged at Kulturhuset Stadsteatern, …

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‘Aladdin the Musical’ at Capitol Theatre, Sydney by Blouin Artinfo

Capitol Theatre, Sydney, presents Disney's "Aladdin", the much-praised musical show, which will be staged on selected dates through March 26, 2017.The producer of ‘The Lion King’ brings …

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Review Round-Ups: Did the critics think Gary Barlow's The Girls blossomed?

Joanna Riding stars in Barlow and Tim Firth's new musical

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No excuses necessary: why fringe theatre isn't playing the victim by Lyn Gardner

Theatre-makers are creating personal work that might be hard to deal with but that shouldn’t make it out of bounds for artists, critics or audiencesLast weekend’s The Sick of the Fringe …

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: THE GIRLS, Phoenix Theatre by Marianka Swain

Tim Firth can't keep away from the Calendar Girls. Following the 2003 film and 2008 play, he's back again adapting the real-life story of Yorkshire WI heroines stripping off for a charity ca…

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Review: Moonshine’s Entirely Necessary Adventure, Ovalhouse by Dan Rubins

Oh, to be young and on the run from the Corporation. That’s the plight of Moonshine, the thirteen-year-old heroine of Magic Maverick’s half term show for kids, Moonshine’s Entirely Nec…

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BWW Review: THE SORROWS OF SATAN, Tristan Bates Theatre by Gary Naylor

The Sorrows of Satan delights from beginning to end, packing in witty songs, wonderful performances and a laughs per minute ratio as high as any in the West End.

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Review: Review: The Girls (Phoenix Theatre)

Gary Barlow and Tim Firth's musical based on the true story of the Calender Girls opens in the West End

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Book Presale Tickets Now For Michael Ball and Alfie Boe at Greenwich Music Time by Marianka Swain

Following the success of their platinum-selling album Together, which entered the UK charts at number 2 on its release last November, before going on to be the biggest selling album of 2016 …

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Travesties at Apollo Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Tom Stoppard’s play directed by Patrick Marber has transferred from the Menier Chocolate Factory – but what have critics been saying about it?

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Simply the Best at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper presents Simply the Best, a show featuring a Tina Turner double on February 28th, 2017.This is yet another musical biography from the success story of producer Bernhard Kurz which …

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Little Children Dream of God at the Road by Tracey Paleo

Who doesn’t love a good story? A woman’s desperate escape fomented by mysticism, a violent past, dark magic, a baby who doesn’t cry, an assemblage of outlandish, urban characters a…

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Star of all-white Half a Sixpence claims ‘industry can do more’ for diversity by Giverny Masso

Award-winning actor Emma Williams has said the industry “can do more” for diversity, following criticisms of musical Half a Sixpence for having

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Richard Galliano at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper presents a concert by Richard Galliano on February 26th,  2017 in Frankfurt.The renowned French accordianist was attracted to music at an early age, starting with the accordio…

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Competition: Win tickets to This Joint Is Jumpin’ at the Other Palace by The Stage

There’s a Harlem rent party happening and you’re invited! Celebrating jazz icon Fats Waller’s life and music, New York’s finest are in

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Why People Unsubscribe From Your Emails by Ceci Dadisman

At the end of last year, MarketingSherpa published their Customer Satisfaction Research Study.  This thing is chock full of data about customer-first marketing, which they define as: An app…

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Business rates hike ‘threatens to wipe out regional theatre subsidy’ by Georgia Snow

Rising business rates combined with local authority arts cuts may lead to a “zero-subsidy model” for regional theatres. Higher business taxes that

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BWW Interview: Actress Kate Fleetwood Talks UGLY LIES THE BONE by Marianka Swain

Kate Fleetwood's varied career encompasses everything from musicals London Road and High Society to Macbeth and Medea. She's currently starring in American writer Lindsey Ferrentino's play a…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: OTHELLO, Tobacco Factory, Bristol by Tim Wright

This seasons offering from Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory is a story of politics, love and being an outsider in a world that mistrusts you.

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BWW Morning Brief February 22nd, 2017 - KID VICTORY, IF I FORGET and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news Kander amp Pierce's KID VICTORY officially bows tonight Off-Broadway, while IF I FORGET, starring Kate Walsh, Jeremy Shamos and more, opens tonig…

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BWW Review: Caryl Churchill's ESCAPED ALONE Yearns For a Post-Apocalyptic Return To Normalcy by Michael Dale

When tragedy strikes a community, after the initial shock and the effort to neutralize the situation, there's always a strong desire to return to normalcy.

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'Huangmei Opera: The Drunken Poet LI Bai' at NCPA, Beijing by Blouin Artinfo

NCPA, Beijing, will be hosting an Huangmei Opera, titled 'The Drunken Poet LI Bai', on February 28, 2017 and March 1, 2017, 7:30 pm onwards on both dates.Huangmei Opera is a form of rural&nb…

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Helge Schneider at Alte Oper Frankfurt by Blouin Artinfo

Alte Oper presents a concert by Helge Schneider on February 27th,  2017 in Frankfurt.Schneider is an internationally-acclaimed German comedian, jazz musician, author, film and theatre d…

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Mark Shenton: Do theatre shows need ‘trigger warnings’? by Mark Shenton

Theatre is a place of comfort and pleasure, but sometimes it is also a place where we go to be taken out

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Andrzej Lukowski: It took a Broadway tantrum to make me feel better about British theatre by Andrzej Lukowski

Like many other minor theatre hacks, I’m sure, I recently allowed myself the brief, mad fantasy that I might apply for the

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Jess Gow: Lateness isn’t an adorable trait, but a damaging attitude by Jess Gow

Every now and again an article about punctuality will do the rounds on Twitter and Facebook, and the headline is usually something

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Poetry of Tang Dynasty and Song Dynasties at NCPA, Beijing by Blouin Artinfo

NCPA, Beijing, will be presenting a special performance of the 'Anhui Huangmei Opera Theatre Poems of the Tang Dynasty and Verses of the Song Dynasty Vocal Concert' on February 25, 2017 at 7…

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President's Day & Sara Bareilles Make Broadway Box Office Bonanza by Lee Seymour

A bevvy of new shows bumped the box office even further.

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Why DJ Khaled & Chance the Rapper Love Each Other by Young Hollywood

Why DJ Khaled & Chance the Rapper Love Each Other YH is on the scene at the Beverly Hills Hotel where DJ Khaled has called a press conference to announce the title of his 10th studio album, …

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Joffrey Ballet announces 2017-18 season by Morgan Greene

The Joffrey Ballet has announced its 2017-18 season, including a world premiere by Joffrey ballet master Nicolas Blanc and Alexander Ekman's "Midsummer Night’s Dream." Beginning the compa…

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Wednesday, February 22, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Lori Senecal – Borrowing Marketing Tactics from Scandalous Celebrities by Rino16

Many of the most popular celebrities cannot seem to distance themselves from scandals and controversies. Ironically, however, most of these celebrities reap big from their epic fails. For br…

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Review: Captain Blood (First Folio Theatre) by Catey Sullivan

Swarthy pirates, saucy wenches and ridiculously coiffed villains - all-in-all there’s much to applaud in Captain Blood. David Rice’s adaptation of Rafael Sabatini’s 1922 adventure nove…

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The Arts on the Stamps of the World — February 22 by Doug Briscoe

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

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From Miss Saigon to Allegiance, Celebrate Lea Salonga on Stage by Hannah Vine

The Tony Award-winning actor celebrates her birthday February 22.

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John Kander and Greg Pierce's KID VICTORY Opens Tonight at the Vineyard Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Vineyard Theatre presents the New York premiere of Kid Victory, book and lyrics by Greg Pierce, music by John Kander with story by John Kander and Greg Pierce, and directed by Liesl Tommy. K…

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HAMILTON Education Program Welcomes Windy City Public Schools Today by BroadwayWorld

The innovative educational program that launched last year at Hamilton on Broadway, in partnership with The Rockefeller Foundation, will debut in Chicago today,February 22, when 1,900 studen…

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NAPOLI, BROOKLYN Premieres Tonight at Long Wharf Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Long Wharf Theatre, under the direction of Artistic Director Gordon Edelstein and Managing Director Joshua Borenstein, presents the world premiere of Napoli, Brooklyn by Meghan Kennedy, dire…

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HAMILTON's Javier Munoz Guest Stars on NBC's Hit Drama 'Blindspot' Tonight by TV News Desk

Broadway's current Alexander Hamilton, Javier Muoz,will guest star in tonight's all-new episode of BLINDSPOT, titled 'Draw O Caesar, Erase A Coward,' airing at 8pm ETPT on NBC.

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See Reverse by Darryl Reilly

Presented by the acclaimed Broken Box Mime Theater, "See Reverse" consists of ten short pieces with some even shorter vignettes sometimes in between. Lasting close to two hours with an inte…

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Contra Trump by John Simon

One morning, Lord Byron woke up and found himself famous. One more recent morning, we awoke and found ourselves infamous: Donald J. Trump had been elected President. Only an atom bomb would …

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LaChanze Reveals Her 5 Favorite Theatregoing Experiences by Andrew Gans

Dear Evan Hansen’s Ben Platt is one of The Color Purple Tony winner’s favorites.

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Steven Levenson’s If I Forget Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The new play examines the lasting impact of the Holocaust on a Jewish family at the beginning of the 21st century.

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John Kander’s Kid Victory Musical Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Kander and Greg Pierce’s newest work follows the return of a teenage boy who was missing for several months.

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This Tribute Band of a Tribute Band Plans to Rock Jazz at Lincoln Center by Scott H. Thompson

Famed saxophonist Joshua Redman is Still Dreaming of Ornette Coleman.

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Can You Match These Sondheim Lyrics to Their Sondheim Musicals? by Logan Culwell-Block

Celebrate the arrivals of new New York productions of Sunday in the Park with George and Sweeney Todd and test your Sondheim lyric memory!

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Impressions of: Srinidhi Raghavan in “Voices” at Dixon Place by The Dance Enthusiast

In Impressions of: Srinidhi Raghavan in Voices at Dixon Place, "Raghavan moves her face, her shoulders, and hands, with the winning precision of a natural comic, a seductress whose every m…

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The Dance Enthusiast Asks Janaki Patrik about The Kathak Ensemble & Friends' WE SINFUL WOMEN at Danspace Project by The Dance Enthusiast

In The Dance Enthusiast Asks Janaki Patrik about  The Kathak Ensemble & Friends' WE SINFUL WOMEN at  Danspace Project, "The glorious polish of the classical arts was created in part to…

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Impressions of: Michelle Dorrance with Nicholas Van Young in Works & Process Rotunda Project at the Guggenheim Museum by The Dance Enthusiast

In Impressions of: Michelle Dorrance with Nicholas Van Young in Works & Process Rotunda Project at the Guggenheim Museum, "Having already been treated to a feast of surprisingly sharp and c…

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Dance News: The First Black Ballerina, Janet Collins at 100: A Special Birthday Celebration by The Dance Enthusiast

Share a special moment in dance history as the first African-American prima ballerina turns 100!

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Composer Stephen Flaherty strikes a chord for 'Ragtime' at CMU by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

“Ragtime” seemed like an impossible dream of a musical for the Carnegie Mellon University School of Drama until its Tony Award-winning composer, Stephen Flaherty, pointed out that the aw…

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