Monday, May 25, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)
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Lucy Liu Visits Kristin Chenoweth Backstage At ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY by Pat Cerasaro

The stars continue to come out for ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)
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Review: Border Tales, Greenwich Dance by Lucy Ricketts

My experience of Border Tales was an indescribable one. How do you write a review on something that left you speechless? As part of the Royal Greenwich Festival, Border Tales deals with issu…

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Brighton Fringe Review: Shit-Faced Shakespeare, The Warren by James Lillywhite

It is a great concept. Take a number of classically-trained Shakespearean actors, put on an abridged version of some of the Bard’s most famous works, and then get one of the cast absolutel…

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Photo Call: Diversified Staging of The Glass Menagerie Opens Off-Broadway by Joseph Marzullo

Masterworks Theater Company presents Tennessee Williams' The Glass Menagerie at the 47th Street Theatre. Here's a look at their official opening on May 14.

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Alice Ripley Talks Harry Nilsson & World Premiere Of EVERYBODY'S TALKIN' by Pat Cerasaro

A Tony Award winner gears up for a new musical

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Spotlight On...Jason Veasey by Michael Block

Name: Jason Veasey

Hometown: Both my parents were in the Air Force so we moved around a lot!! But we settled in Colorado Springs, CO.

Education: Unviersity of Northern Colorado!!!…

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Ricardo Montalban by Traces

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Traces USA Trailer by Traces

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TRACES USA 15 Second Spot by Traces

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Facebook Fan Teaser by Traces

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Traces on Tour by Traces

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Jet Set by Catch Me If You Can

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 3pm (Broadway Time)
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Casting Albert by War Horse The Movie

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Horse Safety by War Horse The Movie

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Cavalry Charge by War Horse The Movie

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Realistic Sets by War Horse The Movie

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Always Chicago. by Chicago

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BWW Blog: THE RESIDUALS Say, "Auditioning, Dating Ridiculously Similar" by BroadwayWorld

'Auditions and dating so similar it's ridiculous' It's supposed to be fun, but you're nervous and self-conscious and trying not to think too hard about what they're thinking about you. You'r…

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BWW TV Exclusive: Meet the Nominees- CURIOUS INCIDENT's Alex Sharp- 'It's Been a Long But Beautiful Haul' by BroadwayWorld TV

We are yet another day closer to the biggest night on every theatre-lover's calendar- the 69th Annual Tony Awards, which will be co-hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming on Sunday, Ju…

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Welcome SusanEgan.net by Susan Egan

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Susan on KCAL News by Susan Egan

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Student Matinee by Susan Egan

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WICKED | Broadway Cares by Givenik

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Nuns on Ice at CitiPond by Givenik

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Kinky Boots 15 by Mirvish Productions

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Kinky Boots 30 by Mirvish Productions

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Rob Delaney: ‘I am very good at sitting in a Jacuzzi’ by Ryan Gilbey

He’s been sober for 13 years after almost dying in a drunken car crash. But Rob Delaney can still be savage on stage. The standup and star of Catastrophe talks about jail, rehab and the jo…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
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Andrew Lippa by Addams Family

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Jackie Hoffmann by Addams Family

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Murals by Victoria by Addams Family

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Feature: ‘Humans as well as women’ – Figs in Wigs, Eggs Collective and the all-female labelling by Tamar Saphra

Looking at the Incoming Festival line up, you’ll no doubt be inspired by the sheer diversity of emerging artists, performers and theatre-makers selected to present their work at the New Di…

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PERKS TRAILER by Tom Diggs

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PERKS (pilot) by Tom Diggs

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This Week on Broadway for May 24, 2015: Ben Vereen by James Marino

Michael Portantiere and James Marino talk with Ben Vereen. Peter Filichia joins the conversation where we talk about Second Stage’s The Way We Get By, Queen of the Night, MCC Theate…

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dancemix 10 2013 by Kyleorlando

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NHB Test for Audio by Kyleorlando

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Crazy - Loose Screw by Kyleorlando

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BWW Review: TITANIC Doesn't Sink At The Princess of Wales Theatre by Alan Henry

Titanic the Musical opened yesterday afternoon in Toronto, and was met by thunderous applause and a standing ovation following the performance. The musical, which opened in 1997 on Broadway …

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Fleet Week Visits New York

Fleet Week New York, now in its 27th year, is the city’s time-honored celebration of the sea services.

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Student Theatre Arts Festival Kids Perform From Little Shop of Horrors and a Reimagined The Crucible

On May 18, the fifth annual Student Theatre Arts Festival took place at Broadway's American Airlines Theatre. More than 150 students participated in Roundabout Theatre Company's Educ…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Mary Poppins - Preview by Paulaaquino

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Portugal by Paulaaquino

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Festa das Flores by Paulaaquino

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Evita - European tour by Paulaaquino

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Paris - Ooh La La! by Paulaaquino

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What is a Stick Fly? by Stick Fly

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Skylight Promo by Playbill Video

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Ghetto Klown by John Leguizamo

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The Pest Trailer by John Leguizamo

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John Leguizamo by John Leguizamo

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Fugly TRAILER 2 by John Leguizamo

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Magic Time! ‘Good Hope Road’ (Staged Reading) by John Stoltenberg

For decades theatergoers have warmed to plays set in rooming houses. Playwrights have been fond of the form too, because it permits an otherwise random mix of boarders to become an engrossin…

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Godspell Cast of 2032 by Godspell

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Crappy/Spectacular 04 by Lucky and The Mick

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Crappy/Spectacular 03 by Lucky and The Mick

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Crappy/Spectacular: 06 by Lucky and The Mick

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Crappy/Spectacular 05 by Lucky and The Mick

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Just in case the Tonys don’t do this . . . by Ken Davenport

90% of the people reading this blog today won’t be doing it from work.  Because you’ve got the day off!  Woo-hoo!  Happy Memorial Day, right? Now that we’re done celebra…

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On stage: Top 5 N.Y. shows this week: Shakespeare in the Park with Sam Waterston by Ronni Reich

The free Shakespeare in the Park season begins with The Tempest, also featuring Jesse Tyler Ferguson

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BWW Feature: Celebrate 'The Lusty Month of May' with 10 Hot-Blooded Showtunes by Jeffrey Walker

The Lusty Month of May like the song says It's time to do a wicked thing or two It's May, the time when spring brings that hot-blooded, four letter word lust. Musicals have had a steady hist…

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Dealing With Bad Reviews by Suzi Steffen

“The poison of a bad review is not the public shame, although that doesn’t feel great. And it’s not the fact that an expert believes you may be an untalented writer or a ho…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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How do you connect with theatre? 7 basic plots, 3 key connections by Terri Paddock

In my theatregoing, I like to make connections. Are you the same? There are, of course, the physical connections on the night – between performers and audience, between the other theatrego…

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Peter Pan, Wales Millennium Centre, review: More polite pantomime than in-your-face anarchy

Peter Pan’s idea of fun is selfish and often cruel or dangerous. As the archetypal boy who refuses to grow up, his creation seems an act of protest by JM Barrie against stifling Edwardian …

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World Factory, Young Vic, review: a fun, interactive project that presents uneasy facts about the global textile industry

This engaging project from Company of Angels and political theatre group METIS presents uneasy facts about the global textile industry in the form of an interactive Monopoly-style game.

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Anne Meara – Wife of Jerry Stiller Has Died by Sandi Durell

              Half of the beloved comedy team Stiller & Meara, has passed away. Anne Meara, mother to Ben Stiller, was 85 years old. She... The post An…

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2015 Tony Nominee Secrets: HAND TO GOD's Robert Askins Reveals His Naked Fantasy by Broadway.com

Get Tickets to HAND TO GOD http://www.broadway.com/shows/hand-to-god/ HAND TO GOD Tony nominee Robert Askins confesses his smelly extravagance and the secret to nabbing a nomination.

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Feature: Incoming laughs with Beasts and Sleeping Trees by Katie Shannon

Get your diaries out, Incoming Festival is fast approaching. The first Incoming Festival took place in 2014 and has continued to support emerging theatre makers ever since. The London based …

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JOBS: AYT Weekly Jobs Round-Up: May 25 by James Lillywhite

Are you looking for work in the arts industry? Each week we at A Younger Theatre are featuring the best job applications from across the arts spectrum. Whether you’re looking for permanent…

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Fuse Dance/Music Preview: Chorus pro Musica’s Spring “Wedding” — A Marriage of Music and Dance by Arts Fuse Editor

Jamie Kirsch describes Les Noces as "a non-stop, energetic, tour-de-force ride that lasts 25 minutes without a break and leaves you breathless by the end.”

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As You Like It review – tap dancing takes romance to giddy new heights by Lyn Gardner

Shakespeare’s Globe, LondonThe sombre and the comic collide in Blanche McIntyre’s big, skittish production“I like this place. And willingly could waste my time in it,” says Celia on …

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Tom Stoppard’s new play shows there’s more to the mind than we think by Andrew Brown

The Hard Problem explores the mystery of how consciousness arises from matter – but sticks too closely to ideas to show how we really experience the world Continue reading...

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A Musical Memorial Day Tribute by Matthew Wexler

Dating back to the Civil War, Memorial Day has honored those who have died while serving in our country’s armed forces. We salute their service, and pay homage with some of our favorit…

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Review: Carmen (Glyndebourne)

David McVicar's richly detailed production of Bizet's opera returns for another run

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 5/25/15- Leslie Uggams by Stage Tube

Happy Birthday Leslie Uggams Uggams starred in Hallelujah, Baby, which premiered on Broadway in 1967, and won the Tony Award for Best Actress in a musical. She appeared on Broadway in the re…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Feature: An Awards Ceremony Without Tension by Elyse Sommer

An Awards Ceremony Without Tension . . . and That's Actually Fu

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Hand to God Tony Nominee Robert Askins Reveals His Naked Tony Host Fantasy by Broadway.com

Hand to God Tony nominee Robert Askins confesses his smelly extravagance and the secret to nabbing a nomination.

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Fuse Concert and Album Review: Palma Violets — Live at Great Scott and “Danger in the Club” by Adam Ellsworth

Palma Violets' bruising performance Tuesday secured their place as one of the best live acts in the world.

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Review: Another Kind of Love/InFusion Theatre Company by Alex Huntsberger

There’s a problem sometimes at music festivals where you’re too far away from the band to hear them. Sometimes it’s because you didn’t get there early enough to get a good spot. Some…

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REVIEW: Sense Of An Ending, Theatre 503 ✭✭✭✭ by Tim Hochstrasser

By Tim Hochstrasser As this fine play moved towards its nuanced ending I could not help making a comparison with an earlier work that placed nuns in a setting of impossible choice: Poulenc…

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BWW TV Exclusive: TITANIC Star Ben Heppner Discusses Musical Debut; A First Look At Production Highlights by Alan Henry

BroadwayWorld Toronto Senior Editor Alan Henry interviewed TITANIC star Ben Heppner at The Princess of Wales Theatre prior to the show's opening in Toronto Sunday afternoon. Take a look at t…

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BWW Interview: Tony Nominee Ruthie Ann Miles Holds Court in THE KING AND I by Naomi Serviss

The story of Anna and the King of Siam returns in a majestic, multi-Tony-nominated revival.

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Margaret Atwood and Graeme Gibson, Corn Exchange, Brighton by Nick Hasted

Margaret Atwood’s Forties childhood was spent knocking around the Canadian backwoods with her forest entomologist, proto-ecologist dad, and it shows. Interviewed alongside her husband Grae…

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Report From New York: Something Rotten Is Far From It by Bill Hirschman

From Elizabethan actors lining up ala A Chorus Line with oil paintings for their headshots, to a preening rock star Shakespeare spouting his greatest hits to a sycophantic crowd, Something R…

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Peter Pan review – skilful tale of the lost boys of war by Michael Billington

Open Air theatre, Regent’s Park, LondonTimothy Sheader and Liam Steel’s clever new production, set in a military hospital, soars with ingenuity but doesn’t reach the magic height of JM…

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Tony, Tony, Tony – A Look At This Years Tony Awards Race by Stephen Collins

By Stephen Collins Tony, Tony, Tony… On June 7, the 69th Annual Tony Awards will be presented in a glittering ceremony hosted by Kristin Chenoweth and Alan Cumming. As, arguably, the most …

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Exploring Summer Theatre by Aileen Lambert

Summer is a magical time of warmth and sunshine where theatre festivals pop up like daisies, and when I actually have time to go on road trips to remote (or not so remote) areas to see perfo…

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BOOK NOW FOR TONY NOMINATED PRODUCTIONS by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff The Tony Award race is now underway. You can still book tickets for the following Tony nominated shows and judge for yourself which productions are worthy of these coveted…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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When the noon gun booms by Terry Teachout

The invaluable Maria Popova has drawn my attention to a blog and book devoted to photographs and lists taken and drawn up by people in answer to the following question: If your house was bur…

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Satchmo at the Waldorf comes to Los Angeles by Terry Teachout

For those who missed the news, the West Coast premiere of Satchmo at the Waldorf, my first play, takes place on Tuesday at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts in Beverly Hill…

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Review: Loving to laugh at Broadway

Attention, musical-theater lovers: Whatever you hold dear about the genre, hold it even closer before you see Act II Playhouse's Forbidden Broadway's Greatest Hits. But even then it won't ma…

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That Old Shakespearean Rag by Donald Brown

Review of Kiss Me, Kate at Hartford Stage Granted, Kiss Me, Kate is, as a play, more silly than shrewd. But then this 1940s’ musical isn’t noted for its Book by Bella and Samuel Spewack,…

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Theater Review: Is It Smaller Than a Black Box? A Visit to I'm Not the Stranger You Think I Am by Jesse Green

From the outside, the “theater” looks like a shipping crate, the kind roadies roll around, except that it’s customized with various lights and bump-outs and a door that says AUDIENCE. …

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In memoriam: Arturo Toscanini conducts Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony by Terry Teachout

Arturo Toscanini and the NBC Symphony perform Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony. This concert, originally broadcast on April 3, 1948, also features Anne McKnight, Jane Hobson, Erwin Dillon, Norma…

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BWW's On This Day - May 25, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on May 25 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Amen to That by Sam Hurwitt

James Baldwin's first play, The Amen Corner, makes a surprisingly good case against religion.

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Sylvia Young: ‘Performing sets children up for life’ by Susan Elkin

Sylvia Young’s motherly and self-deprecating manner belie the razor-sharp mind, grit and determination that led her to found what has become Britain’s

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Almanac: C.S. Lewis on courage by Terry Teachout

“This, indeed, is probably one of the Enemy’s motives for creating a dangerous world—a world in which moral issues really come to the point. He sees as well as you do that courage is n…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Mozes: ‘I started juggling in the street’ by David Hutchison

From being a hairdresser in Australia to a performer in internationally renowned circus troupe Company 2, mononymous Mozes has come a long

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Features: My Top 5 Showtunes: Ellie Bamber

Currently starring in High Society at the Old Vic, we find out the showtunes she couldn't live without

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Aphids: A Singular Phenomenon by Anne-Marie Peard

What do a dorky high school band, two bagpipers, 50 gingham tablecloths, Bart Simpson, a watermelon, a Prince Albert piercing, and an ungodly amount of spaghetti alla chitarrahave in common?…

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Tips for choosing drama and singing lessons: Jane Maudsley by Susan Elkin

Jane Maudsley trained as a mezzo soprano at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland, read music at the University of Sheffield, is a

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Great performances: Penelope Wilton in The Deep Blue Sea by Michael Billington

With its mix of sensuality and intelligence, her portrayal of Hester Collyer at London’s Almeida in 1993 towers above all othersWhy is Penelope Wilton not more acclaimed? She did, admitted…

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Pop Quiz: Who Is The Largest Employer Of Full-Time Musicians In The U.S.? by Drew McManus

Whether you’re home all day enjoying the holiday with family and friends or your organization is putting on an event today, try to take a few moments to remember the reason for the hol…

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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In Which My Family Founds New England #5: King Philip’s War by Trav S.D.

  This part is part five of a five-part series. For Part One (Pilgrims) go here; and Part Two (Puritans) go here, for Part Three (Dissenters) go here, and for Part Four (where they all come…

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Opera review: Lots of laughs in Opera Theatre's 'Barber of Seville,' but not much logic by Sbmiller@post-Dispatch.com

The production is an absurdist update to Spain in the 20th century

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Cabaret treatement for The Love God: John O’Hara’s Dedications at Ad Cab Fest and Hayes Theatre Co by Erin James

Australia’s John O’Hara is a dedicated, hard working, passionate, talented, all-round-wonderful guy with a knack for standing out from the crowd. For the last 15 years he has w…

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Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets by Lyn Gardner

Haruki Murakami’s Kafka on the Shore is staged at the Barbican, the Place takes over BAC and the candlelit King John is at Salisbury CathedralNikolai Foster’s fine revival of Jonathan Ha…

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Mark Shenton: Distilling 150 years of musical theatre by Mark Shenton

To coincide with The Stage’s musical theatre issue (out on May 28), I am compiling a personal guide to my 50 favourite

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Video Flash: Meet the Tony Nominees: Best Musical

It's tough to choose between Fun Home, The Visit, An American in Paris, and Something Rotten!

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Episode 314 - Kate Steinberg by Joel B. New

Kate Steinberg is a New York City-based performer, composer, songwriter, and session vocalist. In New York, she has been seen in Ludo's Broken Bride (at Ars Nova and The Cutting Room), conce…

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Do your students suffer from Wanderitis? by Lindsay Price

It happens all the time in young or beginning actors. You’re sitting in the audience and out of the corner of your eye you catch it – an actor starts to shift back and forth on their…

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Video Flash: Linda Lavin Chases the Blues Away in New Cabaret Show

The Tony-winning TV legend will start over at 54 Below.

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Monday, May 25, 2015 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Portrait of the Autist as a Young Boy by Sam Hurwitt

New musical Max Understood brings us into the world of an autistic boy.

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Raps From Hamilton and Recounts 9/11 Experience For Wesleyan’s Commencement Speec by Michael Gioia

Lin-Manuel Miranda, who penned the Tony Award-winning musical In the Heights during his sophomore year at Wesleyan University, delivered the commencement speech at the University'…

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King Lear, Northern Broadsides, Touring by Ismene Brown

Jonathan Miller’s new King Lear is rustic to its core, spoken in broad Northern accents, and the whole production could be packed onto a travelling theatre’s wagon and taken around Brita…

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 5/23-5/24/2015

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, May 24, 2015 - Sunday, May 24, 2015.

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Ned, A new Australian Musical by Anne-Marie Peard

Ned (A New Australian Musical) opened on Friday night at the new Ulumbarra Theatre in Bendigo. The choice of opening show was inspired: a musical about a story that infuses Australian id…

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Photo Archive: Inside the Press Room With Audra McDonald, Neil Patrick Harris and More of the 2014 T by David Gewirtzman

In anticipation of the 2015 Tony Awards, here's a look back at the last year's Tony winners, including Audra McDonald, Neil Patrick Harris and Jessie Mueller.

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How a Lifetime in Banking Paved the Way to Predicting Broadway Audiences by Robert Simonson

Lee Gallagher was active in the arts in the small town where he grew up. When he went to college, he at one point contemplated switching his major from business to the arts, but he was dissu…

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Playbill Vault’s Today In Theatre History: May 25 by Robert Viagas and Anne Bradley

1878 Birthday of legendary dancer Bill "Bojangles" Robinson (1878-1949), whose Broadway appearances will include Memphis Bound!, The Hot Mikado and Blackbirds of 1928.

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Exclusive From The 2015 Tonys Playbill! How “Glee” and “Smash” Brought Backstage Life Into The Spotl by Robert Viagas

What happens backstage at Broadway shows is supposed to be secret, private and not really important compared with what is happening onstage. But try telling that to the public.

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A Woman’s World: How Ever After Made Its Cast See Cinderella “With All New Eyes” by Carey Purcell

The cast of Ever After, a new musical adaptation of the Cinderella story, share their thoughts on a new, feminist approach to the popular fairy tale.

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10 Text-Message Conversations Between Broadway Characters You Wish Existed by Playbill Staff

Doesn't everyone have an iPhone nowadays? Well, if Broadway characters were texting back and forth, here's what it would look like. 

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