Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Cyndi Lauper Will Return to Her University in Vermont to Give Commencement Address by Stephanie Wild

Cyndi Lauper is set to return to her University to give its commencement address, according to Page Six.

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Photo Coverage: E. Clayton Cornelious Receives the Legacy Robe For AIN'T TOO PROUD by Walter McBride

'Ain't Too Proud - The Life and Times of The Temptations' opened on March 21, at Broadway's Imperial Theatre. As per Broadway tradition, the Legacy Robe was awarded to the ensemble member wi…

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Photo Coverage: In Rehearsal With BENNY & JOON, Starring Bryce Pinkham, Hannah Elless, and More! by Walter McBride

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

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Photo Coverage: AVENUE Q Celebrates World Puppetry Day by Walter McBride

Avenue Q recently held some special events in honor of World Puppetry Day on March 21.

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Photo Coverage: Rebecca Luker Previews GOT RHYTHM: THE GERSHWIN BROTHERS at Feinstein's/54 Below by Walter McBride

Rebecca Luker recently gave a preview concert for the upcoming 'Got Rhythm The Gershwin Brothers' show at Feinstein's54 Below.

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

BWW Review: Encores! I MARRIED AN ANGEL Is A Heavenly Sip of Vintage Rodgers and Hart by Michael Dale

One of the quirky charms of the musicals that packed Broadway houses during early decades of the 20th Century, was the practice of allowing a stray remark that has nothing to do with anythin…

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This New Jersey high school staged 'Alien' and now it's viral by North Jersey Record, Scott Fallon, North Jersey Record

North Bergen High School students turned the classic sci-fi film 'Alien' into a play and drew raves across the globe when the footage went viral.        

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

SXSW World Premiere Review: “The Peanut Butter Falcon” by Kurt Gardner

  In The Peanut Butter Falcon, newcomer Zack Gottsagen stars as a 22-year-old with Down syndrome who lives in a retirement home — the only place

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Diana Ross calls Michael Jackson 'magnificent incredible force' following abuse allegations by Usa Today, Sara M Moniuszko, Usa Today

Diana Ross is the latest celebrity to weigh in on the sexual abuse allegations made against Michael Jackson. Twitter users were divided in response.        

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Ballet Musicals Are Rare, And Super Demanding by Artsjournal2

We don’t mean Oklahoma! either, though, yes, there’s a ballet in it. This is something different: “It’s very difficult to cast a ballet musical; the Marie ensemble requires dancers w…

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In The WGA Versus The Talent Agencies, Showrunners And Screenwriters Back Their Union by Artsjournal2

The issues concern who gets fees for packaging TV shows and movies (the agents get those fees now), and whether agencies have conflicts of interest around certain shows. But the point is tha…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: L.A. Opera’s ‘Moses’ finds its sonic power with the voice of the community by Richard S. Ginell

In 2007, Los Angeles Opera launched an outreach project that has turned into an annual tradition: The company took over the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels and staged Britten’s “Noah…

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Is All Hope Gone For Hastings Pier? by Artsjournal2

This story has a lot of questions attached, about money and selling to someone who has had other companies go bad, etc., but – “First, it’s worth asking why piers in general are so tro…

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Britta Johnson’s Life After gets a San Diego run by Debra Yeo - Toronto Star

Musical about a teenager dealing with her father’s death is at the Old Globe Theatre in the first U.S. production of Johnson’s work.

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BWW Interview: She Does Like Warm Hugs! Ryann Redmond Talks Taking Over as Olaf in FROZEN by Julie Musbach

Ryann Redmond is an icon all on her own, but she's making a splash in an icy pond as the first ever female actress to portray Olaf in Frozen on Broadway. We took a moment to speak with Redmo…

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Winner-Take-All Urbanism (Hey, Amazon HQ) Leaves A Lot Of Cities Behind by Artsjournal2

What can be done for the non-New Yorks, the non-San Franciscos, the non-Seattles? “Left to their own fate, state and local policymakers often end up shoveling money at companies in the hop…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Chicago Theater Review: BRIGHT STAR (BoHo Theatre at Greenhouse Theater Center) by Lawrence Bommer

A BRIGHT STAR ISN’T ON THE HORIZON; IT’S RIGHT HERE You can savor heart and hope in every scene in Bright Star, BoHo Theatre’s new triumph in their upstairs home at the Greenhouse Th…

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The Little Prince: Reimagined reminds us why the original story is beloved by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Presented by new company Puzzle Piece, The Little Prince: Reimagined digs into deeper humanistic lessons around love, patience, connection and wonder with the novella’s signature enigmatic…

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Many American Film Critics Missed This, But ‘Suspiria’ Is About The Guilt At The Heart Of German History by Artsjournal2

The more German history you know – no, not only about the Nazis, but yes also about the Nazis – the more you’ll understand how very, very much cultural work this movie is doing. The mo…

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Review: ‘Vilna’ Takes Jewish Prisoners on a Desperate Quest by Laura Collins-Hughes

A work of historical fiction inspired by the real-life discovery of a tunnel dug during the Holocaust.

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AIN’T MISBEHAVIN’         Mercury, Colchester then Southwark by Libby Purves and Friends

I’M GONNA SIT RIGHT DOWN AND WRITE MYSELF A REVIEW…   So dress up sassy, shake your chassis, get some mesh on your flesh like the ladies who sing with the band. Sell your vocals to the …

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How Miami Became A Book Town by Artsjournal2

Mitchell Kaplan founded Books & Books in 1982, a time when Miami was seen as a place of drug running, diet culture, and political unrest – and certainly not literary culture. But, well…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

The Office Of The Architect Chosen For Serpentine Gallery Pavilion Has Some Terrible Intern Practices by Artsjournal2

Junya Ishigami + Associates allegedly sent an email to a student interested in interning in their Tokyo office laying out the conditions for internship: “No pay, a six-day working week and…

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'Landladies' at Northlight Theatre: A young single mom needs a cheap apartment — but there's a hole in this story by Chris Jones

Christine, the central character in the world premiere Northlight Theatre play “Landladies,” badly needs an apartment. She has a minimum-wage job at a taco joint, a young daughter, a tro…

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The Most Expensive Thing To Buy Now Is Human Interaction by Artsjournal2

The poor and middle-class can’t escape screens, and the data they hoover up both mindlessly and with (scary) intention. But the rich can, and do. – The New York Times

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‘Perfect farewell-for-now’: VISION OF YOU – Peterborough ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

Since the closing of Bat Out of Hell, fans of the show have been able to keep their love and involvement alive through Rob Fowler and Sharon Sexton’s album Vision of You which charts the b…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at noon (Broadway Time)

Wait, Who Exactly Is The Real-World Analogue To The Baddies In The Most Recent Marvel Movie? by Artsjournal2

Spoiler alert, perhaps obviously. But really, whom are the Kree meant to represent? It’s unclear, or variable, perhaps, but for sure: “The Kree become a scapegoat, an oppressive empire t…

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Neil Simon’s Gingerbread Lady: Harrowing Descent Into Alcoholism — With Laughs by Bill Hirschman

Neil Simon's dark comedy The Gingerbread Lady gets a fine production at Primal Forces featuring a bravura performance from Patti Gardner.

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PHOTO/VIDEO: New Jersey High School Stages Visually Stunning Adaptation of ALIEN by Stephanie Wild

A high school in New Jersey has taken the internet by storm with their stage production of Alien.

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Dave Frishberg Is 86 by Artsjournal2

And there’s not enough – hardly any – video of him performing, but here’s one. – Doug Ramsey

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Coming Attractions: March 24 through April 9 — What Will Light Your Fire by Arts Fuse Editor

Arts Fuse critics select the best in film, dance, visual art, theater, music, and author events for the coming weeks. The post Coming Attractions: March 24 through April 9 — What Will Lig…

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Bette Midler and Judith Light Join Ryan Murphy’s ‘The Politician’ on Netflix by Jordan Moreau

Bette Midler and Judith Light will guest star on “The Politician,” the first series Ryan Murphy will launch on Netflix after he inked a deal with the streamer last year. Murphy made the …

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Broadway at the Cabaret: Laura Osnes, Broadway Sings Beyoncé & More by BroadwayWorld

What good is sitting alone in your room this week If you don't already have plans to see a Broadway show, come out to see your favorite Broadway stars in a cabaret act instead. After Broadwa…

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The Art World Is Finally Responding To Older African American Artists by Artsjournal2

Well, indeed: “‘There has been a whole parallel universe that existed that people had not tapped into,’ said Valerie Cassel Oliver, curator of modern and contemporary art at the Virgin…

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The Good Fight’s Sarah Steele Proves Her Theatre Credentials by Ruthie Fierberg

The star of Broadway’s The Humans and Speech & Debate talks about her most treasured memory with co-stars Christine Baranski and Audra McDonald in the TV drama.

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Renee Fleming to star in revered 'Light in the Piazza' in Chicago by Chris Jones

A new production of the much-admired Adam Guettel musical “The Light in the Piazza” is coming to Chicago’s Lyric Opera House, 20 N. Wacker Drive, next winter, starring the famed opera …

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 11am (Broadway Time)

City Lights: The Little Bookshop That Could by Artsjournal2

As Lawrence Ferlinghetti turns 100, a tribute to the first decade and a half of the beloved bookstore he founded. – Jan Herman

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Review: A Séance (With Leaf Blowers) in ‘Variations on the Main’ by Alexis Soloski

The final show at Jack’s current location is weird and difficult to parse. But it’s nice to know there’s a place for theater like this in New York.

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San Francisco Symphony Musicians Announce Their Support For Striking Colleagues In Chicago by Artsjournal2

They are supposed to perform in Chicago on Tuesday, but they say they “will join striking Chicago Symphony Orchestra musicians on the picket line if the labor conflict hasn’t been settle…

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Patti LuPone Joins FX’s ‘Pose’ as Season 2 Jumps to 1990 by Jordan Moreau

“Pose” co-creator Ryan Murphy revealed that Broadway legend Patti LuPone will guest star on the upcoming second season of the FX drama, and that the series will jump ahead to 1990. Murph…

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Renee Fleming Will Reprise Her Role in THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA in Chicago by BroadwayWorld

The Light in the Piazza, starring four-time Grammy Award winner and Tony Award nominee Renee Fleming as Margaret Johnson, is coming to Chicago. Additional casting including Broadway and West…

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Patti LuPone Will Join the Cast of POSE For the Second Season by Stephanie Wild

Ryan Murphy has revealed that the one and only Patti LuPone will join the cast of the hit FX series, Pose, according to Deadline.

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Gaillard With Parker, Gillespie, Marmarosa, et al by Artsjournal2

Here’s a gathering of 1940s Los Angeles all-stars. – Doug Ramsey

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Judith Light and Bette Midler Join Netflix Series THE POLITICIAN, Starring Ben Platt by BroadwayWorld

Judith Light and Bette Midler have joined the cast of Ryan Murphy's upcoming Netflix series The Politician, starring Ben Platt, according to Deadline. In addition, Murphy also announced that…

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This Week on Broadway for March 24, 2019: Kiss Me Kate by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss Ain’t Too Proud, Kiss Me, Kate, Ira Fuchs’ Vilna @ Theatre at St. Clement’s, The Sunshine Boys @ Bristol Riverside Theatre…

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VIDEO: SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Performs Best Day Ever and the Theme Song on the Kids Choice Awards by Stage Tube

Last night, the cast of Spongebob Squarepants took the stage at the Kids Choice Awards

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BWW TV: Hannah Elless, Bryce Pinkham & More Preview Paper Mill's BENNY & JOON! by Tv - Press Previews

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

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Matters of love, friendship find a home in compelling ‘Landladies’ by Kris Vire - For The Sun-Times

Playwright Sharyn Rothstein’s new work “Landladies,” was inspired by her reading of Matthew Desmond’s 2016 book “Evicted."

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Barbra Streisand Said Some Pretty Bad Stuff In An Interview by Artsjournal2

Today, she apologized for much of the interview wherein she blamed the parents of the men who say Michael Jackson abused them when they were kids, and saying such things as “You can say …

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‘The wisdom is in the casting’: KING LEAR – Brockley Jack Studio Theatre ★★★★ by Michael Davis

Directed by James Eley, Shakespeare’s tale of ancient Albion, King Lear, is transposed to the turbulent times of the present day.

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RSVP Nina Simone and Shamima Begum: a dinner party for our times by Interviews By Kate Wyver

In Caryl Churchill’s play Top Girls, five famous women from history gather for a dinner party. Who would today’s big names in theatre invite? Continue reading...

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 10am (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: Susan Egan Performs BEAUTY AND THE BEAST On Stage After FROZEN Performance by Stephanie Wild

Susan Egan recently stopped by Frozen on Broadway, for the show's first anniversary. Beauty and the Beast, in which Egan starred, is also celebrating its 25th anniversary.

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Renée Fleming to Star in The Light in the Piazza in Chicago by Ryan McPhee

Fleming will bring her performance as Margaret Johnson to the Midwest after London and Los Angeles engagements.

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Patti LuPone Will Celebrate Her 70th Birthday With the New York Philharmonic by BroadwayWorld

Patti LuPone is returning to the New York Philharmonic to celebrate her 70th birthday

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Birmingham’s Young, Popular, Fiery Conductor Says British Orchestras Don’t Have An Easy Life by Artsjournal2

Mirga Gražinytė-Tyla became the music director for the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra in 2016. She says, “British orchestras, the CBSO included, don’t have an easy life. They wo…

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THE BOOK OF MORMON Broadway and Touring Productions Celebrate Milestones This Week by BroadwayWorld

The Book Of Mormon is doing something incredible This weekend, the nine-time Tony Awards winner marks two major milestones on Broadway and on National Tour.

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We Need To Talk About The Author Of ‘The Yellow Wallpaper’ by Artsjournal2

Charlotte Perkins Gilman has become a go-to feminist author with her clear, understandable, and terrifying short story, “The Yellow Wallpaper,” forgotten after her death but rediscovered…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 9am (Broadway Time)

How to Hack Time: Tips and Tricks to Make More of Each Minute by Victoria Cairl

Never have I ever had more work to do both personally and professionally. I have three kids at home, each with a schedule all their own. I have a husband following his long-sought after drea…

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Patti LuPone Joins Second Season of FX's Pose by Ryan McPhee

The stage legend will appear alongside fellow Tony winner Billy Porter in the Ryan Murphy series.

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The Elton John Biopic Will Be Rated R, Probably, For An ‘Intimate’ Scene (And For Drugs) by Artsjournal2

Of course it’s not because that intimate scene has two men in it. No, no, of course not. It’s … the swearing. And the drugs. “According to one source close to the production, filmmak…

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‘Dancers and Dogs’ photography project: A dancer’s best friend? by Admin

If one were to envision dancers at work, a dog might not necessarily be there. Dogs can be time-consuming and expensive, and just imagine getting fur all over costumes. Yet both dancers and …

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REVIEW: Mary’s Babies, Jermyn Street Theatre ✭✭✭✭✭ by Helena Payne

By Helena Payne Helena Payne review Mary's Babies a play by Maud Dromgoole now playing at the Jermyn Street Theatre London. This post REVIEW: Mary’s Babies, Jermyn Street Theatre ✭✭✭…

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‘Absolutely enthralling’: THE LIFE I LEAD – Park Theatre & Touring ★★★★★ by Anne Cox

Writer James Kettle unearthed actor David Tomlinson’s story, collaborating with comic and actor Miles Jupp to create a wonderful, very emotional and exceptionally funny, one-man show calle…

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Here, Meet The Whiting Award Winners by Artsjournal2

What’s the Whiting Award – and who are these people? (It’s a $50,000 award for early-career writers, so no surprise you don’t know most of them yet.) – NPR

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BWW's On This Day - March 24, 2019

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 24 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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What I Learned About Gender Parity and Racial Diversity from Running a Global Participatory Initiative by Chantal Bilodeau

By Chantal Bilodeau. Chantal Bilodeau examines data from the Climate Change Theatre Action initiative, which she runs, to better understand how racial and gender bias plays out in the theatr…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Fragments on Arico Wild by Trav S.D.

Fragments on female impersonator Arico Wild (1894-1966). We learn of her from the Sobels’ Pictorial History of Vaudeville, which labeled her “sensational”. in his 1953 book Vaudeville …

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REVIEW: Mandy Meadows in Piaf The Legend, Crazy Coqs ✭✭✭✭ by Danny Coleman-Cooke

By Danny Coleman-Cooke Danny Coleman-Cooke reviews Piaf: The Legend with Mandy Meadows at Crazy Coqs, London, This post REVIEW: Mandy Meadows in Piaf The Legend, Crazy Coqs ✭✭✭✭ firs…

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The Guggenheim Won’t Accept New Sackler Family Gifts Either by Artsjournal2

The move comes after Britain’s National Portrait Gallery and Tate (all of them) said the same thing. “The Guggenheim announced its decision on Friday in a brief statement that did not me…

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Lois Andrews: Child Bride of Jessel by Trav S.D.

Just to confound things, Lois Andrews (Lorraine Gourley, 1924-1968) was not one of the Andrews Sisters. With only a half dozen screen credits to her name she is a bit of a footnote in these …

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It Wasn’t Easy Being An Actor In The 19th Century by Artsjournal2

Just ask Sarah Bernhardt, or her greatest rival. “Technological advantages like the steam locomotive and gas lighting made it possible for acting companies and star performers to reach lar…

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Spring arts 2019 | Top music picks in San Diego: Gary Clark Jr., Chris Thile, Morgan James, Father John Misty and more by George Varga

Spring in San Diego means more music in more venues, as the outdoor concert season gets under way. Morgan James Broadway vocal veteran James, 27, shines whether doing original numbers or put…

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Spring arts 2019 | Theater: Catching up with actress Monique Gaffney by James Hebert

The plays of Lynn Nottage have a way of taking on huge and difficult topics and distilling them into intimate, gritty and deeply authentic stories of individual lives in turmoil. They shy fr…

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Spring arts 2019 | Top theater picks in San Diego: 'Sweat,' 'Cats,' 'Babette's Feast,' 'Pride and Prejudice' and more by James Hebert

From “Cats” to Jane Austen to people in space — but not, alas, “Cats” in space — San Diego’s spring theater scene has a little bit of everything. Old Globe Theatre: "They Promi…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Review: I is a strange loop, The Pit at the Barbican by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Review: I is a strange loop, The Pit at the Barbican3.0Overall ScoreA fluorescent cube scorches The Pit, with white T-shirts and socks made stark against the gloom. In the electric hubbub, a…

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Julianne Moore Didn’t Quit ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’ – She Was Fired by Artsjournal2

At least, according to Richard Grant, a 2019 Best Supporting Actor nominee who eventually made the movie with Melissa McCarthy (nominated for Best Actress in 2019) as lead instead. The issue…

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Review: Tom Gates: Live on Stage, Richmond Theatre by Tricia Wey

Review: Tom Gates: Live on Stage, Richmond Theatre 4.0Overall Score Birmingham Stage Company returns with another live version of a children’s book, this time Liz Pichon’s Tom Gates seri…

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Review: The Shape of the Pain, Wilton’s Music Hall by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Review: The Shape of the Pain, Wilton's Music Hall 4.0Overall Score An invisible mouth takes Wilton’s Music Hall between its teeth. Its tongue licks at every millimetre of the playing spac…

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Syd Saylor: B Movies and Buffoonery by Trav S.D.

Some tribute today to Syd Saylor (Leslie Raymond Sailor, 1895-1962), sometimes billed under his given name or as Leo Sailor, Sid Sailor, or Sid Saylor. Born in Chicago, a bit of legend attac…

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Local Hero review – oil-movie gem strikes a salty musical note by Peter Ross

Royal Lyceum, EdinburghBill Forsyth’s bittersweet comic drama about a Scottish village’s fight with an oil firm sheds its whimsy in this tougher version, scored by Mark Knopfler It is 19…

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Local Hero review at Royal Lyceum Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘charming musical version of much-loved film’ by Natasha Tripney

Bill Forsyth’s 1983 film about a US oil exec who comes to Scotland and falls for the place and its people is

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REVIEW ROUND–UP: The Rubenstein Kiss at Southwark Playhouse by Emma Clarendon

The award-winning play The Rubenstein Kiss from James Phillips about Julius and Ethel Rosenberg who allegedly passed US atomic secrets to the Soviet Union, is currently having its first Lond…

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Writing Isn’t Therapy by Artsjournal2

And writing about trauma doesn’t bestow some kind of catharsis on authors, or so says T. Kira Madden, author of Long Live the Tribe of Fatherless Girls. “My love for magic, still, is all…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Jermyn Street examines the modern donor conception landscape with Mary’s Babies Q&As by Featured Content

Maud Dromgoole's new play Mary's Babies, just opened at Jermyn Street Theatre, looks at ethical and personal choices relating to genetics, family and donor conception. During the run, two po…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Hamilton’s young star says Britain must confront its colonial past by Vanessa Thorpe Arts and Media Correspondent

Jamael Westman explains how his role in the West End show has affected his politics as well as his careerThe swift rise to fame of Jamael Westman, leading man in the London cast of the hit m…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Russell Maliphant and Vangelis: The Thread review – Greek is the word by Sarah Crompton

Sadler’s Wells, LondonMyth meets modernity in this profound and thrilling collaboration In the beginning there is a circle of dancers under a golden light, wrapped together like a liquoric…

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Edmond de Bergerac review – all the fun of the farce by Clare Brennan

Birmingham Repertory theatreA reimagining of the life of Cyrano de Bergerac writer Edmond Rostand is a whirl of can-cans and cavorting in its English-language premiere Panache! The word enca…

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Sunday, March 24, 2019 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Renee Fleming to star in ‘The Light in the Piazza’ in Chicago by Miriam Di Nunzio

The production will debut at London's Royal Festival Hall this summer arriving in Chicago for performances Dec. 14-19 at the Lyric Opera House,

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