Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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BWW TV Exclusive: BROADWAY BARTENDER Pours a Drink with THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR's Arnie Burton by BroadwayWorld TV

In thisepisode of Broadway Bartender, hostAnthony Caporalewelcomes special guest for The Government Inspector,Arnie Burton, to the bar

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BWW Editor-in-Chief Robert Diamond to Moderate STREAMING THE PERFORMING ARTS Panel, Featuring Santino Fontana, Ted Chapin, Alex Timbers and More by BroadwayWorld

Cennarium will host a 'Streaming the Performing Arts,' panel at Lincoln Center on September 15. Acting as moderator will be BroadwayWorld's very ownEditor-In-Chief Robert Diamond.

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Photos: Making cinema live in Lula del Ray

Manual Cinema have brought their cinematic puppetry experience to the Edinburgh Fringe this year

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Lilli Cooper, Taylor Trensch Add Their Voices to Blake Daniel Sings Laura Marling at Joe’s Pub by Robert Viagas

The August 21 concert in NYC is a tribute to the British folk singer.

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Go Inside Rehearsals for Paul Rudnick’s Big Night Starring Wendie Malick by Hannah Vine

The Center Theatre Group production begins performances September 10 under the direction of Tony Award winner Walter Bobbie.

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Photo Flash: Santa Claus and the Rockettes Celebrate Christmas in August

The annual event kicks off the 2017 Radio City Christmas Spectacular.

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Theater News: Phillipa Soo, Bryce Pinkham, and More Cast in MasterVoices Concert Of Thee I Sing

The MasterVoices 2017-18 season will also feature Tony winner Victoria Clark.

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Joke Master Norm Macdonald At Foxwoods by Christopher Arnott

Norm Macdonald's been declared "a modern master of the long joke" (by the pop culture site Vulture) and "one subversive, hilarious dude" (by Paste magazine). A viral video of Macdonald telli…

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Comedian Sebastian Maniscalco At Mohegan

Originally from the midwest, comedian Sebastian Maniscalco moved to Los Angeles a couple of decades ago when he was in his 20s. His big break turned out to be a slot on Vince Vaughn's 2006 W…

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Win Tickets to See Andy Mientus's BURN ALL NIGHT on Opening Night at A.R.T. by BroadwayWorld

Today, the American Repertory Theater, TBD Theatricals, and the team of Burn All Night announce a digital scavenger hunt.

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Afterglow by Darryl Reilly

Having a background in dance accounts for Gelman’s mesmerizing staging that is filled with finely choreographed sequences. Characters take showers onstage with actual water cascading on th…

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Theater Review: “The Doctor’s Dilemma” — Problem Solved by Jim Kates

The ethical deliberations and the professional backbiting and banter of the doctors -- in the skilled hands of the director and cast -- is energized by genuine camaraderie.

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#EdFringe isn’t for me: Confessions of an Edinburgh festival avoider by Stephanie Ressort

“What do you mean you’ve never been to the Edinburgh Festival? You must go, you’d love it." Yeap, it’s that time of year where I hear variations of the above ad nauseam.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Blogs: My First Fringe: performing at Army@The Fringe has been an astonishing experience

Pauline Mayers explains why being at the Fringe for the 70th anniversary is important.

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Review: Edinburgh review: Anyone's Guess How We Got Here (Zoo Venues)

Barrel Organ's latest show is a dark Thelma and Louise-style journey of self-discovery

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VIDEO: RHINOCEROS Director Talks Eugene Ionesco's Take on Theatre of the Absurd by BroadwayWorld

Rehearsals are now underway for the Yiddish world premiere of RHINOCEROS, by Eugene Ionesco, and performances are set to begin September 7th, with the Opening on Thursday, September 14th at …

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Competition: Win tickets to Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw on film at the BFI plus Q&A by The Stage

Orton’s last play offers a cascade of breathtaking and brilliant one-liners in the style of Oscar Wilde. Completed just before his death

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Get 2-for-1 Tickets to More Than 20 Broadway Shows, On Sale Now for Broadway Week by Olivia Clement

NYC Broadway Week will offer affordable tickets to Hello, Dolly!, Wicked, Waitress, and more.

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OWN Picks Up TV Drama From Oscar-Winning Moonlight Writer Tarell Alvin McCraney by Adam Hetrick

Oprah Winfrey Network has signed on to air the hour-long drama series inspired by events from the playwright’s own life.

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‘Indecent’ Comes to THIRTEEN’s Great Performances by Matthew Wexler

The Tony Award-winning play Indecent comes to THIRTEEN's Great Performances this November.

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Get Two-for-One Tickets to 23 Shows During NYC Broadway Week by BroadwayWorld

NYC amp Company, New York City's official destination marketing organization, announced NYC Broadway Week tickets are on sale to the public today beginning at 1030am EST.

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Bryce Pinkham, Phillipa Soo, and Elizabeth Stanley-Led OF THEE I SING Headlines MasterVoices' 2017-18 Season by BroadwayWorld

MasterVoices- dedicated to the art of musical storytelling and celebrating the power of the human voice - announces its 2017-18 season.

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Exhibition celebrates 110-year history of Darlington Hippodrome by Georgia Snow

Darlington Hippodrome has unveiled a new exhibition celebrating the history and architecture of its Edwardian building, as it prepares to reopen after

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Sutton’s Secombe Theatre could reopen as community-run business by Tim Bano

A year after it was forced to close, Sutton’s Secombe Theatre could reopen as a community-run venture if a local campaign group

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LIKE DOLPHINS CAN SWIM – #EdFringe by Laura Kressly

When they were kids, Alice promised Sam that when they were grown, they would still hang out and play superheroes. Now they’re uni students home for the summer and have both changed a lot …

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Art edges toward the apocalypse at Axis Gallery National Juried Exhibition

Over the years, Axis Gallery’s National Juried Exhibitions have been one of the brightest spots in Sacramento’s summer art scene. This year’s, the 12th annual, is no exception. Juror M…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Half of Scotland’s BAME arts workforce see ethnicity as a barrier – survey by Giverny Masso

Half of ethnic minority arts workers in Scotland see their ethnicity as a barrier to career progression, a major new survey has

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Mark Your Calendars for These 6 CBS Premieres, Including Iain Armitage-Led Young Sheldon by Andrew Gans

The network's upcoming series feature Tony winner Linda Lavin, stage and screen alum Jeremy Piven, and more.

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Theater News: A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder Announces 2017-18 Touring Cast

James Taylor Odom and Blake Price will headline the show on its North American tour.

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Film News: Jessica Keenan Wynn Joins Mamma Mia! Film Sequel

Wynn will share a character with Christine Baranski in the ABBA musical movie.

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Features: 10 great showtunes from musicals that flopped

Which songs would you include on this list? Let us know on Facebook and Twitter

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Rufus Wainwright and Playwright Daniel MacIvor Workshopping New Opera by Olivia Clement

The new piece, titled Hadrian, is commissioned by Toronto’s Canadian Opera Company.

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4 Things You’ll Learn About Michael Moore From His Broadway Show by Ruthie Fierberg

More than a call to “dump Trump,” the stories told in The Terms of My Surrender prove little acts (on any side) lead to big change.

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King Lear, Shakespeare's Globe, London, review: A naked emotional spontaneity in Kevin McNally's fine performance by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

Nancy Meckler's 'King Lear' may not be a great production but it is an honourable one that gathers in a gutting climax

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Sherman album series: Bumblescratch (2016 London Concert Cast Recording) by Ian Foster

As A Spoonful of Sherman, a tribute to three generations of Sherman family music, including childhood classics by the Sherman Brothers, continues Live at Zedel until 20 August 2017, Ian Fost…

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See Lin-Manuel Miranda Make a Special Appearance at the L.A. Opening of Hamilton by Hannah Vine

The L.A. leg of the tour officially opened at the Pantages Theatre August 16.

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Brandy Norwood Greets the Press Ahead of Her Return to Broadway’s Chicago by Marc J. Franklin

The Grammy winner will play a limited engagement as Roxie Hart through August 31 at the Ambassador Theatre.

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Review: Red Button, theSpace on North Bridge by Josephine Balfour-Oatts

Formed in 2009 by Fumi Gomez and Juan Echenique, Horatio Theatre Company specialise in Science Fiction theatre, giving particular focus to new writing and original storytelling. In bringing …

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Party Game at Wee Red Bar by Chris McCormack

Not the most exciting soiree... Chris McCormack sets up a party he'd rather not attend in bluemouth inc's immersive experience. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Party Game at Wee Red Bar ap…

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Sherman album series: Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (2002 Original London Cast Recording) by Ian Foster

As A Spoonful of Sherman, a tribute to three generations of Sherman family music, including childhood classics by the Sherman Brothers, continues Live at Zedel until 20 August 2017, Ian Fost…

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Review Roundup: HAMILTON Tour Opens in Los Angeles by Review Roundups

Few things have been as highly anticipated as the national tour of the sweeping hit Hamilton, which made its second stop in Los Angeles last night.

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Photo Coverage: Brandy Norwood Gets Ready to Take on Roxie Hart! by Walter McBride

The name on everybody's lips is gonna be Brandy Grammy Award-winner Brandy Norwood returns to Broadway in Chicago for a special 17-performance only engagement as 'Roxie Hart,' August 17 to 3…

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James Taylor Odom and Blake Price to Star in A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE & MURDER North American Tour; Full Cast Announced by BroadwayWorld

The 2017-2018 National Tour of the Tony Award winner for Best Musical, A Gentleman's Guide to Love amp Murder, produced by NETworks Presentations, announced today full casting and tour dates…

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First Look at Jesus Christ Superstar at London’s Open Air Theatre in Regent’s Park by Marc J. Franklin

The Olivier-winning production returned August 11 for an extended run through September 23.

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Cast Complete for New Tour of Tony-Winning A Gentleman's Guide to Love & Murder by Andrew Gans

Performances begin in September in Elmira, New York.

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‘Bandstand’ at Bernard Jacobs Theatre by Blouin

Bernard Jacobs Theatre is hosting a play, titled “Bandstand,” through September 17, 2017, which will also be the last Broadway performance of the show after a very successful run. Andy B…

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At Zanies, a still hysterical Emo Philips shows why he's Emo Philips by Zach Freeman

“I was pretty much the first comic to play this club,” comedian Emo Philips said early on in his playful and loose hourlong set Wednesday night at Zanies in Chicago. That’s no joke. Ph…

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Theater News: The Wharton Comedies Begins Performances at Shakespeare & Company

The production includes two Edith Wharton one-acts, Roman Fever and The Fullness of Life.

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Sherman album series: Mary Poppins (2005 Original London Cast Recording) by Ian Foster

As A Spoonful of Sherman, a tribute to three generations of Sherman family music, including childhood classics by the Sherman Brothers, continues Live at Zedel until 20 August 2017, Ian Fost…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Phillipa Soo and Bryce Pinkham Will Star in Of Thee I Sing as Part of MasterVoices’ 2017–2018 Season by Ryan McPhee

The new lineup also features Elizabeth Stanley, David Pittu, and Tony winner Victoria Clark.

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‘A Little Night Music’ at Watermill Theatre by Blouin

Watermill Theatre is hosting the show, titled “A Little Night Music,” at Newbury in Berkshire through September 16, 2017. This small theatre, which feels like an idyllic rural retreat th…

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Anyone’s Guess How We Got Here review at Zoo, Edinburgh – ‘unsettling and intriguingly disruptive’ by Natasha Tripney

The third show from Barrel Organ, the company behind Nothing and Some People Talk about Violence, sees its work evolving in intriguing

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Sugar, Butter, Betsy: Backstage at Waitress with Betsy Wolfe, Episode 4: Whirlwind Trip & More by Broadway.com

This week, Waitress star Betsy Wolfe shows us some backstage shenanigans, takes a whirlwind trip to Chicago and more!

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Full casting announced for Young Marx at the Bridge Theatre by Georgia Snow

Full casting has been announced for Young Marx, the first production at Nicholas Hytner and Nick Starr’s new theatre. The Bridge, next

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NEWS: Nancy Carroll joins Rory Kinnear in Young Marx at Hytner’s new Bridge Theatre by Press Releases

Nancy Carroll will join the previously announced Rory Kinnear and Oliver Chris in the world premiere of Richard Bean and Clive Colman's new comedy Young Marx, which launches the new Bridge T…

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‘The Terms of My Surrender’ at Belasco Theatre by Blouin

Belasco Theatre is hosting the Broadway debut of “The Terms of My Surrender’ at their Modtown West location through October 22, 2017. Michael Mayer’s directorial venture after working …

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30 Years Ago in NYC (Because I’ve Now Been Here That Long) by Trav S.D.

I marked this on my calendar to write about today: 30 years ago (yesterday and today) there occurred a curious alignment of stars and planets that New Age people called “the Harmonic C…

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Jonathan Shmidt Chapman’s Vision for Young Audiences by American Theatre Editors

Kids' theatre is a big tent, not a sideshow, but TYA/USA's new leader craves more specificity and clarity about its mission and impact.

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EDINBURGH 2017: BWW Review: FUNZ AND GAMEZ, Just The Tonic by BroadwayWorld

They're back Why Money. After a failed BBC pilot and numerous non-appearances on TV and radio, Phil's resurrected the Edinburgh award-winning Panel Prize still counts cult hit Funz and Gamez…

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Review: Cow, Underbelly by Samson Hawkins

Cow is billed as a rural tragi-comedy with songs, though it is more of a one person show about rural life. A woman leaves her liberal, metropolitan, elite London life to help out on her fa…

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Theatre News: Full casting announced for Bridge Theatre's Young Marx

The show will open the newly built venue in October

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Laura and Linda Benanti Add 4 Feb. Concerts at Feinstein's/54 Below After Canceling 2 Oct. Dates by Robert Viagas

The mother-daughter duo will bring The Story Goes On back to the midtown venue.

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Laura and Linda Benanti Add 4 February Concerts at Feinstein's/54 Below by Robert Viagas

The mother-daughter duo will bring The Story Goes On back to the midtown venue.

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The Laramie Project Project: Uniting Worldwide Stages to Spread Awareness of Hate Crimes by Stokely@howlround.com (jdstokely)

By Alyssa Sileo. High school performing arts student Alyssa Sileo discusses how creating a theatre advocacy project based on The Laramie Project helped her unite communities in the face of a…

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For the First Time in Costume! Costumes Revealed for Disney's FROZEN, Opening Tonight in Denver by BroadwayWorld

This morning, EW.com debuted the first look at Frozen stars Caissie Levy Elsa and Patti Murin Anna with Jelani Alladin Kristoff and John Riddle Hans in two-time Tony and Olivier Award-winnin…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: The Majority at the National Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Rob Drummond’s new play examines democracy, charting a journey through the Scottish Independence Referendum, Brexit and Trump. The Majority, directed by David Overend, runs at the Nationa…

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Daniel Evans: Our indomitable spirit won’t let a downpour ruin an open-air show by Daniel Evans

Let’s face it, summer’s over. We’ve become accustomed to a scorching fortnight in June, a mild July, a wet August, then, if

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Want to train in acting, dance or theatremaking overseas? by Samantha Marsden

If you’re looking to travel while training, or you’d like an alternative approach to learning your craft, there are many world-class training

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Beautiful and Heathers' Jessica Keenan Wynn Will Play a Young Christine Baranski in Mamma Mia! Sequel by Andrew Gans

Filming for the movie musical is scheduled to begin in September.

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EDINBURGH 2017: BWW Review: RACHEL PARRIS- KEYNOTE, Pleasance Dome by BroadwayWorld

Rachel Austentatious, The IT Crowd, Murder in Successville has been invited to be a guest speaker at her old school, but what kind of a role model is she really Through stand-up, character a…

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Photo Flash: First Look at JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Following its overwhelming sell-out success in 2016, Jesus Christ Superstar returns this summer now through16 September, giving audiences one final chance to see the production in its origin…

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Angus Graham-Campbell Presents REBEL ANGEL at Old Operating Theatre by BroadwayWorld

'REBEL ANGEL' documents the short, extraordinary life of the celebrated English Romantic poet John Keats 1795-1820 whose personal journey of self-discovery stunned his colleagues, his friend…

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FIRST LOOK: Jesus Christ Superstar Returns To Regent’s Park By Popular Demand by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's Jesus Christ Superstar returns to Regent's Park Open Air Theatre by popular demand following a sell out season last year. Jesus Christ Supe…

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ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS to Make London Premiere at Arcola Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Following an acclaimed UK tour in spring 2017, Jane Upton's ALL THE LITTLE LIGHTS will be making its London premiere at the Arcola this October. Deeply moving and darkly funny, this award-wi…

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Janet Ulrich Brooks up for the challenge of regal TimeLine role by Mary Houlihan - For The Sun-Times

Brooks: "It is rather daunting to play an iconic character that everyone feels they know. The Queen is just so visible and there are expectations."

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Get a First Look at the Cast of Frozen in Costume by Hannah Vine

The pre-Broadway engagement begins performances at the Denver Center for the Performing Arts’ Buell Theatre August 17.

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — August 17 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Photos: New production images of Jesus Christ Superstar released

Pictures have been released of the new run of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice's musical hit

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Theatre News: Total Theatre Awards announce 2017 shortlist

The awards, overseen by a panel of 28, highlight the best in circus, dance and physical or innovative theatre as well as emerging companies

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Review: “An American in Paris” isn’t perfect, but it’s carried by those amazing Gershwin tunes by Andrew Alexander

“I like a Gershwin tune, how about you?” The creators of the new Broadway musical An American in Paris, the touring version of which is at Atlanta’s Fox Theatre through August 20, have…

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Review: ‘Hamilton’ Lives Up To The Hip-Hop Hype While Challenging The Status Quo by Dino-Ray Ramos

The cross-pollination of the culture of hip-hop and the Broadway musical has always been dangerous territory where artists rarely venture. The result has often been campy and embarrassingly …

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Text of the Day: Apologia 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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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Looking at Lucian at the Ustinov Studio by Rosemary Waugh

Another portrait of the artist: Rosemary Waugh reviews Alan Franks' new play about Lucian Freud. The post Review: Looking at Lucian at the Ustinov Studio appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Curtain Up On The 2017-2018 South Florida Theater Season by Bill Hirschman

If you know where to look, certainly you can find reliable warhorse titles in the upcoming theater season in South Florida, but it’s easier to find vibrant, contemporary and challenging of…

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Guest Blog: London Russian Ballet School's Harriet Pickering On Philanthropy by Guest Blog: Harriet Pickering

What role does philanthropy play in the world of arts

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National Theatre Announces Full Cast for SAINT GEORGE AND THE DRAGON by BroadwayWorld

A village. A dragon. A damsel in distress.

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Book Now For PROJECT POLUNIN at London Coliseum by BroadwayWorld

Ukrainian ballet star Sergei Polunin's company, Project Polunin, will present a mixed programme of new and revived work at the London Coliseum from 5 to 10 December 2017. The programme will …

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Survey to investigate cuts to drama in education by Giverny Masso

The Stage has launched an investigation into the impact of curriculum changes and funding cuts on secondary school drama teaching. Working in

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Old Stock review at the Canada Hub, King’s Hall, Edinburgh – ‘stunning vocal performance’ by Natasha Tripney

In 1908 playwright Hannah Moscovitch’s great-grandparents fled the pogroms in Romania for a new life in Montreal. Old Stock, a ‘refugee musical’,

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BWW's On This Day - August 17, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on August 17 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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VIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'The Incident at Pound Ridge' Episode of YOUNGER by TV News Desk

On the next episode of YOUNGER titled 'The Incident at Pound Ridge' , sparks fly at the annual Empirical Publishing picnic and Liza finds herself caught between Josh and Charles.

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Review: Review: Samson and Delilah (Arcola Theatre)

A new production by Aylin Bozok is the centrepiece of this year's Grimeborn Festival

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Review: Edinburgh review: Offside (Pleasance Courtyard)

Sabrina Mahfouz and Hollie McNish's new play looks at the history of women's football

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Review: Siren, Pleasance Dome by Joseph Winer

A woman in a swimming costume sits on a platform built within the sandy rocks on an island. A man in a red safety-guard beach top wheels around her on rollerblades. After a little bit of con…

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Theatre Ad Infinitum at 10: Odyssey & Translunar Paradise at #EdFringe by Laura Kressly

To celebrate their tenth year of creating superb physical theatre, Theatre Ad Infinitum bring two of their early works back to the Fringe. Their one-man Odyssey, touring since 2009, and the …

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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King Lear review – poverty-stricken Shakespeare puts spotlight on homeless by Michael Billington

Shakespeare’s Globe, London On a stripped-back stage, Nancy Meckler’s production locates Lear in a world of deprivation, broken family relationships and bubbling anger‘No disco-dancing…

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Les Enfants Terribles Announces Full Casting For THE TERRIBLE INFANTS by BroadwayWorld

Today, award-winning theatre company Les Enfants Terribles have announced the full cast for the anniversary production of The Terrible Infants. Staged at Wilton's Music Hall in East London a…

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Darlington’s Theatre Hullabaloo given £140k cash injection for new children’s venue by Matthew Hemley

A children’s theatre set to open in Darlington at the end of the year has been awarded a £140,000 grant that it

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Toby Jones joins Henry Goodman in multimedia BBC Proms show by Georgia Snow

Toby Jones has joined the cast of a new BBC Proms performance combining actors with live music to explore the story behind

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Former nudist bathing area in Plymouth is site of new pop-up theatre by Tim Bano

A former male-only nudist area in Plymouth has been transformed into a 70-seat pop-up theatre. The Lion’s Den on Plymouth Hoe is

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Dromgoole’s Oscar Wilde season to be broadcast in cinemas by Georgia Snow

Dominic Dromgoole’s Oscar Wilde season in the West End is to be broadcast live to cinemas. His new company, Classic Spring, is

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King Cowboy Rufus: Can you decipher the full meaning of the show? Doubt it. by Guest Bloggers

American theatremaker Richard Foreman's King Cowboy Rufus Rules the Universe, in which a ruddy-faced Trump-like figure takes the title role, is currently receiving its UK premiere at the Lon…

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BWW Morning Brief August 17th, 2017: Brandy Returns to the Cell Block in CHICAGO and More! by Danielle Ashley

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news Brandy Norwood returns to the cell block in CHICAGO tonight and more

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FEATURED SHOW: Around the World in 80 Days at Cadogan Hall, ★★★★★ reviews are in by Press Releases

Have you seen the raves reviews for our Featured Show, family-friendly adaptation of Jules Verne's Around the World in 80 Days? The New Vic Theatre production continues at London’s Cadogan…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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FIRST LOOK: 13 The Musical, Ambassadors Theatre by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo   Meet the sensational kids starring in the new West End production of Jason Robert Brown's 13 the musical now playing at the Ambassadors Theatre. 13 is a unique musical…

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Review: Harry, Underbelly by Samson Hawkins

The brilliantly named Poor Michelle Theatre Company are a graduate company trying to make commercially viable work with a young focus. Their new show Harry, which premiered at the N16 theatr…

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Review: Your Ever Loving, Underbelly by Samson Hawkins

The Guildford 4 were wrongfully convicted for the Guildford Pub Bombings in 1974. It wasn’t until 15 years later that they were released. Based on the letters Paul Hill sent to his mother …

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A Joke review at The Space on Niddry Street, Edinburgh – ‘an amusing take on the construction of a classic gag’ by Paul Vale

An Englishman, an Irishman and a Scotsman walk onto the stage. They might not realise it yet, but it’s pretty obvious that

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Blue Stockings review at the Yard, London – ‘highly likeable’ by Julia Rank

In 1897, the women of Girton College Cambridge were warned. They were given an explanation. Nevertheless, they persisted until women were finally

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King Lear review at Shakespeare’s Globe, London – ‘a solid and subtle performance’ by Tim Bano

The Emma Rice era is winding down. You can feel its enriching, invigorating ichor already seeping out here, in the fairly traditional

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Eggsistentialism review at Summerhall, Edinburgh – ‘charismatic and charming’ by Natasha Tripney

When Joanne Ryan reached 35, she started to seriously consider when and if she would have children. After all, this is the

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Jon Pointing review – a cringeworthy new comic monster is unleashed by Brian Logan

Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Pointing’s egocentric creep Cayden Hunter and his spoof acting masterclass is mesmerisingly ghastly and deliciously daft Towards the end of last summer’s E…

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Review: Edinburgh review: Party Game (Wee Red Bar)

An immersive theatre experience from bluemouth inc. sees a surprise party turn sour

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Theatre News: Emma Rice publishes Wise Children Arts Council NPO application

The application has been published on the company's website after a freedom of information request

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Review: Review: King Lear (Shakespeare's Globe)

Nancy Meckler directs the final Shakespeare in Emma Rice's last summer season in charge of the Globe

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Christie’s makes a bid for online sales

The auction house is adapting to a customer base buying from home or the beach house

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Henry Naylor Presents the London Premiere of ANGELS at Arcola Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Following a total sell-out run at Edinburgh Fringe 2016, two-time Fringe First Award Winner, Henry Naylor is delighted to present the London premiere of his Multi-Award-winning global hit pl…

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EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: SPEAKING IN TONGUES: THE TRUTHS, Pleasance Courtyard by Amy Hanson

Two for one is more commonly applied to tickets at the Fringe rather than the plays themselves. Evidently keen to push against such boundaries, Doughnut Productions have taken a play by Andr…

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EDINBURGH 2017 - BWW Review: CREATIVES, Pleasance Courtyard (Venue 33) by Matt Elliot

Creatives is a dark comic pop-opera written by Irvine Welsh and Don De Grazia with music by Laurence Mark Wythe. Set in a Chicago song writing class where students get together to create and…

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REVIEW: A Touch Of Mrs Robinson, Edinburgh Fringe ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies There is some fun audience participation, and although the cougar could have been more strongly unleashed in places, this is a soothing gem of an hour, very well performed. …

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1917 – a Phantasmagoria review at Sweet Holyrood, Edinburgh – ‘gently political and mildly self-deprecating’ by Thom Dibdin

Gently political and mildly self-deprecating, Michael Daviot’s depiction of the world a century ago in 1917 – A Phantasmagoria is a proper treat. In the black

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Mark Shenton: Sorry Anthony Horowitz, critics shouldn’t only be cheerleaders by Mark Shenton

There’s nothing new to artists being defensive about critics. But polymath writer Anthony Horowitz, who has written novels, TV series and plays,

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WATCH: Behind the scenes with Iris Theatre’s Hansel & Gretel cast by Press Releases

Have you booked your family ticket yet for Iris Theatre's new immersive adaptation of the Brothers Grimm's Hansel and Gretel yet? With the company's new video, go behind the scenes with the …

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INTERVIEW: StageFaves at the Fringe - Prom Kween takes Edinburgh by storm!

It's official - we've found your new favourite musical at the Fringe! PROM KWEEN is taking Edinburgh by storm this August, selling to packed out, party-ready crowds at Underbelly Cowgate and…

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Stephen Fry trilogy about ancient Greece will get world premiere at Shaw Festival by Debra Yeo - Staff Reporter

Tim Carroll to direct British comedian in Mythos: A Trilogy — Gods. Heroes. Men in 2018.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Thursday, August 17, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: Broadwaysted’s Kevin Jaeger Chats About their Star-Studded Radio Play “Broadwaysted Away” “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast…

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Power in Numbers by Rachel Porter

Figs in Wigs are back at the fringe this week. Here's Rachel Porter on why being part of a non-hierarchical girl gang is the perfect way to survive Edinburgh. The post Power in Numbers appe…

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Review: Edinburgh review: Circa: Humans (Underbelly Circus Hub)

The Australian circus troupe test the limits of human strength and flexibility in their Edinburgh Fringe show

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(FEAR) review at Zoo, Edinburgh – ‘told with innate honesty’ by Paul Vale

As performer Gareth Clark will testify, fear has guided him throughout his life. When he was a child, he was warned not

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SCRIBBLE – #EdFringe ★★★ by Thom Dibdin

Thought-provoking: Andy Edwards’ new play Scribble, at the Assembly Roxy, is an innovative and thought-provoking exploration of mental health.

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Edinburgh Fringe Review: Sugar Baby at Summerhall by Rosemary Waugh

On the nose: Rosemary Waugh reviews Alan Harris's Cardiff-based play featuring Billy the Seal. The post Edinburgh Fringe Review: Sugar Baby at Summerhall appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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REVIEW: King Cowboy Rufus Rules The Universe, London Theatre Workshop ✭✭✭ by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo So, take it for what it is, please, because it is never going to be anything else. It's a tough ride, but an interesting one, and impeccably presented. This post REVIEW: King…

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The Editor’s View: Employers hold the whip hand in diversity drive by Alistair Smith

It has been fascinating to look at some of the issues raised by Labour’s Acting Up inquiry through the prism of my

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LIMITS (Cirkus Cirkör) – Royal Festival Hall by Emma Clarendon

This rather sombre circus show looks at immigration and the reasons behind it as well as why we should all come together and support each other.

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WATCH: George Rae chats to StageFaves about his New York debut in February 2018

From West-End shows to major tours; UK premiers to exciting new musicals, George Rae has certainly been around the block when it comes to Musical Theatre in the UK, but now for the first tim…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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These Trees The Autumn Leaves Alone review at Underbelly Med Quad – ‘full of charm’ by Fergus Morgan

Australian storyteller Wil Greenway – bright eyes, bare feet, big beard, even bigger heart – trades in spinning whimsical yarns full of charm and coincidence. They

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From a mime and his baby to singing sisters: Edinburgh's comedy double acts by Brian Logan

Trygve Wakenshaw has brought his one-year-old son as a sidekick, Flo and Joan search for love and Giants present the old disintegrating duo routineFor as long as there’s been comedy, there…

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Snowflake review at Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh – ‘bags of potential’ by Fergus Morgan

Former Lyceum artistic director Mark Thomson’s Snowflake is the inaugural production from The Network, a new ensemble for emerging talent created by the

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‘Sawyer Brown’ at The Mansion, Toronto by Blouin

“Sawyer Brown” will perform at The Mansion, Toronto.It is an American country music band. It was founded in 1981 in Florida. The founding members of the group were Bobby Randall (guitar)…

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Review: Jelly Beans, Pleasance Courtyard by Samson Hawkins

Following a troubled Glaswegian man with psychotic tendencies, Jelly Beans tries to delve into the what makes people do terrible things. But in reality it feels more like an explanation of a…

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MacBlair review at C Primo, Edinburgh – ‘a pretty dull hybrid’ by Paul Vale

For Charlie Dupre’s new comedy drama, the author takes the story of Tony Blair’s rise to power and fuses it to Shakespeare’s

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How clearing can be a great route into theatre by John Byrne

Looking for a last-minute university place? Whether you didn’t get the results you were hoping for or have decided late in the

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Top 5 theatre jobs of the week: The Lion King, Chichester Festival Theatre, Exeter Northcott Theatre and more… by The Stage

This week’s top theatre jobs on The Stage Jobs include jobs at Liverpool Everyman and Playhouse, deputy head of lighting at Chichester Festival Theatre

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Album Review: Finding Neverland (2015 Original Broadway Cast Recording) by Ian Foster

I saw, and rather liked, the musical of Finding Neverland when it premiered in Leicester back in 2012 but given the extreme redevelopment it underwent thanks to Harvey Weinstein's involveme…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Room at the Top of the House review at Zoo, Edinburgh – ‘sincere but ultimately shallow’ by Anna Winter

The Room at the Top of the House, by Lincoln University’s graduate company Stand By Theatre, is a sincere but ultimately shallow

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HIPPO Life is Healing Through Art by Tracey Paleo

“I’m an actor and a coach.” OK. What else?  After teaching acting on Hollywood Row for years, Anthony Gilardi of Anthony Gilardi Acting Studio wanted to do more. He did. He created…

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Review: Limits at the Royal Festival Hall by Ka Bradley

Well-meaning but clumsily delivered: Ka Bradley reviews Cirkus Cirkör's new work inspired by the migrant crisis. The post Review: Limits at the Royal Festival Hall appeared first on Exeunt…

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No Booking Fee For DREAMGIRLS In The West End by BroadwayWorld

The long-awaited UK premiere ofDreamgirlsopened at the Savoy Theatre in London's West End in December 2016 to widespread critical acclaim, 35 years after originally opening on Broadway. The …

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Arab arts showcase at Edinburgh fringe beset by visa difficulties by Hannah Ellis-Petersen

Nearly a quarter of the performers have had their visas denied more than once and one show has been cancelled completelyThe first showcase of Arab arts at the Edinburgh Fringe has been force…

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George Coles: Radical GCSE drama overhaul risks killing students’ passion by George Coles

August 24 will be a sad day for GCSE drama. The final cohort of students will receive their award as an A*-G

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Underbelly’s Charlie Wood and Ed Bartlam: ‘The fringe needs large venues. We take the risk on big shows’ by Holly Williams

The pair behind Underbelly have become experts at pop-up venues, expanding to run Edinburgh’s Hogmanay celebrations and festivals on London’s South Bank.

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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The show-stopping Breck arts fest offers a bit of everything by The Know, Ray Mark Rinaldi

BIFA, as it's called, stands apart from other summer arts events by taking a free-wheeling and inclusive view of culture.

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UK Tour of CRAZY FOR YOU Opens at Theatre Royal, Plymouth Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Charlotte Wakefield will play 'Polly' in the national tour of the Watermill Theatre's acclaimed production of 'CRAZY FOR YOU'. Charlotte joins the previously announced Tom Chambers as 'Bobby…

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Sara Kestelman-Led THE LADY IN THE VAN Begins Tonight at Theatre Royal Bath by BroadwayWorld

Theatre Royal Bath Productions presentsAlan Bennett's The Lady in the Van, directed by Jonathan Church, beginning tonight17 August for a run throughSaturday 2 September.

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KNIVES IN HENS Starts Tonight at the Donmar Warehouse by BroadwayWorld

Knives in Hensbegins previews at the Donmar Warehousetonight17 August. Scroll down for a sneak peek at the company in rehearsal

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Education, Education, Education review – 90s school play is smartly entertaining by Lyn Gardner

Pleasance Dome, EdinburghTaking Tony Blair’s mantra as a starting point and using a Spice Girls and Oasis soundtrack, Wardrobe Ensemble’s farce tells us much about the state of teachingI…

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Brandy Norwood Returns to the Cell Block in Broadway's CHICAGO Tonight by BroadwayWorld

The Tony Award-winning, record-breaking hit musical Chicagowelcomes back Grammy Award-winner Brandy Norwoodfor a special 17-performance only engagement as 'Roxie Hart,' tonight, August 17, t…

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Annie Golden, NaTasha Yvette Williams, Allen Nichols and More Set for INNER CITY in Concert Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Tom O'Horgan's controversial 1971 Broadway musical INNER CITY, originally produced by Harvey Milk,will be presented in concert tonight,August 17th, at Feinstein's54 Below, with shows at 700p…

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Richard Jordan: The great festival divide – why Ayckbourn’s latest should be playing at the EIF by Richard Jordan

When the 2017 Edinburgh International Festival programme was launched, several of my colleagues raised an eyebrow that a new two-part play called The Divide by Alan Ayckbourn

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Brandy Norwood Returns Her Jazzy Roxie Hart to Broadway Hit Chicago by Andy Lefkowitz

Grammy winner Brandy Norwood returns to Broadway's Chicago for a special 17-performance engagement as Roxie Hart beginning on August 17! She continues in the role through August 31 …

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Thursday, August 17, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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For the Foodies by Mary-Anne Wright

The vivacious Julie Orkis tells us about her role and experience in the upcoming unconventional show UPROOT by Julia Levine....Continue Reading The post For the Foodies appeared first on Bro…

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Betty Buckley, Jeremy Jordan, and Jonathan Groff Come to Feinstein’s/54 Below August 17–24 by Robert Viagas

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

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1970s Revue Inner City Gets a Concert Performance in NYC August 17 by Robert Viagas

Annie Golden, Yolanda Wyns, and original cast member Allan Nicholls will sing the score.

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Disney’s Broadway-Bound Frozen Musical Begins Performances in Denver August 17 by Ryan McPhee

The stage adaptation of the animated hit makes its world premiere prior to a 2018 Broadway bow.

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DROP THE MIC: Watch Abby Mueller’s Acoustic Cover of Beautiful’s ‘Will You Still Love Me Tomorrow?’ by Andrew Gans

Beautiful: The Carole King Musical celebrates its 1,500th performance August 17.

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What to see, hear and do this week, August 17–24 by Andrew Alexander

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

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Brandy Norwood Returns to Broadway Cast of Chicago by Andrew Gans

The Grammy winner begins a limited engagement August 17.

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#TBT: Watch Lin-Manuel Miranda and the Off-Broadway Cast of Hamilton at The Public Theater by Betsy Kaplan

This Thursday we remember the sold-out Off-Broadway engagement of the Tony-winning Best Musical.

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Playbill Mixtape: Musical Theatre 101, The 1930s by Ruthie Fierberg

This week’s soundtrack features 19 tunes from musical theatre history every Broadway fan must know.

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Meet the Broadway Producer Who Directed ‘One of the Best Movies of the Year’ by Olivia Clement

How Amanda Lipitz went from producing musicals to directing the critically-acclaimed film about sisterhood and social change: Step.

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Renaissance Festival takes visitors back 400 years by Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

If you would like to escape the here and now, you can venture back to the 1600s with a quick trip on the PA Turnpike.

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