Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

SHOWBIZ NATION LIVE! Interview with PICTURE IMPERFECT Playwright JOEL Z. CORNFIELD by Michael J. Roberts

Playwright JOEL Z. CORNFIELD discusses his new play PICTURE IMPERFECT which is having its World Premiere at Chicago’s Athenaeum Theatre. The Athenaeum Theatre and Bread & Roses Pro…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Spotlight On...Matt Panesh by Michael Block

Name: Matt PaneshHometown: Manchester UKEducation: Not muchFavorite Credits: Around the World in 8 Mistakes (director), and this show.Why theater?: You get to live and die a thousand times a…

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Review: Circle Circle Dot Dot by Michael Block

photo courtesy of Cameron ColeRemember those little fortune teller things that you used to play with during elementary school? You know those paper hand puppet-like contraptions that gave yo…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Mark Morris Dance Group’s many surprises flow naturally at GMU by Sarah Kaufman

Philosophers and physicists can go on debating whether logic and unpredictability can coexist. Mark Morris has already answered the question.Predictably enough, the Mark Morris Dance Group…

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Review: ‘John & Jen,’ a Revival Starring Kate Baldwin and Conor Ryan by Ben Brantley

In this musical, a woman has complicated relationships with her brother and then her son.

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Review: ‘Comfort Dogs’ Explores the Solace of Communing With Canines by Alexis Soloski

This experimental play by William Burke, whose cast includes dogs played by humans and real dogs, forces you to look at the nature of communication a little differently.

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Review: ‘Hitting Bedrock’ at La MaMa Taps Into War’s Confusion by Ken Jaworowski

The war transformed a benign theater project into a docuplay that tries, with some success, to convey the feeling of living in a country being plunged into chaos.

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Bingham's critter: Is it really a bear?

Cat, fox, bear, none of the above?

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Broadway at the Cabaret - Top 5 Cabaret Picks for March 2-8, Featuring Emily Padgett, Erin Davie, and More! by Louisa Brady

Broadway's 40 theatres aren't the only places to catch performances from your favorite stars Well after Broadway orchestra's begin their overtures, ensemble members take their dance breaks, …

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Review: Barbara Cook Sang Standards, With Audience Members as Acolytes by Stephen Holden

At 87, in the twilight of her career, Ms. Cook’s concert at the packed Appel Room drew audience members who came to pay tribute and to bask in her still-radiant presence.

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Review: In ‘Rocket to the Moon,’ a Dentist Deals With a Midlife Crisis by Laura Collins-Hughes

In a revival of this Clifford Odets play, directed by Dan Wackerman, the protagonist dreams of a less soul-sucking life, yet lacks the courage to try to build one.

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Review: ‘The Light Princess,’ a Musical at the New Victory Theater by Laurel Graeber

“The Light Princess,” a richly imagined and delightfully acted musical based on a story by George MacDonald, is at the New Victory Theater.

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Is Steppenwolf glorifying graffiti with new show? by Chris Jones

Is graffiti a legitimate artistic expression accessible to the otherwise excluded, or criminal vandalism that is the scourge of a great city?

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BWW Interview: Krysta Rodriguez Opens Up About Her Diagnosis- 'This Will Be the Most Fun Cancer That I Can Come Up With!' by BroadwayWorld

Rodriguez, who is 30-years-old, was originally diagnosed with a stage 2B ductal carcinoma last fall. Currently undergoing chemotherapy, Krysta has been staying positive by chronicling her jo…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

'The Jewish Journey' Eyes 350 Years of Migrations to America

“The Jewish Journey: America,” a PBS documentary tracking the migrations over 350 years of Jews fleeing Latin America, czarist Russia, Nazi Germany and the Muslim world for these shores.…

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Off-Off-Broadway Theater Review: THE NOMAD (The Bats at The Flea Theater) by Dmitry Zvonkov

KEEP WANDERING Always charming and energized, The Bats (the resident company of The Flea Theater) put forth yet another valiant effort, this time with the world premiere of The Nomad, with b…

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New and Noteworthy: Theater

New This Week Field Hockey Hot (11th Hour Theater Company) Michael Ogborn's new satire about a high school girls' field hockey team whose star goalie is injured two weeks before the champion…

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My PLAYBILL bio -- aren't you impressed? by Ken Levine

One of my plays was produced in Los Angeles last year.  Who knows?  Maybe someday I'll get to Broadway.   When (if) I do, I'll be asked to write my bio for the PLAYBILL.   The trouble …

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Call Redialed: Don't Tell Mama Interview: Karen Mason: Mason at Mama's by Call Me Adam

Call Redialed: "Call Me Adam" catches up with 10-time MAC Award winner Karen Mason! This time around we talk about her new show "Mason at Mama's," a weekly show at NYC's famed Don't Tell Mam…

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Stephen Schwartz and Alan Menken premiere a new 'Hunchback' at the Paper Mill Playhouse by Ronni Reich

"I don't think of this as a Disney musical," said composer Alan Menken in a recent interview. "I don't even think Disney thinks of it as a Disney musical."

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Fun costumes at Playhouse Square's Jump Back to the Future party (video): Kristel's CLE by Kristel Hartshorn, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Guests at the 24th annual Jump Back Ball Jump Back to the Future presented by PlayhouseSquare Partners had a room full of characters dressed like the 1980's sci-fi classic "Back to the …

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REVIEW: 'This Is Modern Art' at Steppenwolf Theatre by Chris Jones

Is graffiti a legitimate artistic expression accessible to the otherwise excluded, or criminal vandalism that is the scourge of a great city?

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Larry David's new play: How a funeral inspired a Broadway hit for the Seinfeld creator

Larry David has got himself into a jam. He went to a  funeral and saw something funny in it, so he spun the experience into a play. He didn’t know how it would turn out and he certainly d…

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Photo Flash: Saturday Intermission Pics - Feb. 28 Part 2 - NICE WORK IF YOU CAN GET IT, LION KING, and More! by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld collected as many of yesterday's evening Saturday Intermission Pics as we could to bring you Part 2 of our February 28th SIP round-up Check out Part 1 HERE.

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Photo Flash: Broadway Serves Hosts 3rd KIDS SERVE Event Benefitting Urban Pathways by BroadwayWorld

On Saturday, February 28th, Broadway Serves hosted its third Kids Serve event. Taking place at the Minskoff Theater, over 30 children from the NY theater community attended. The kids donated…

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Today’s Theatre Closings-March 1, 2015 by Joel Markowitz

Here are the latest Theatre Closing for Sunday, February 22, 2015 As of 2 PM ____ The Arts Barn is closed. Beoing, Boeing is cacelled. The Colonial Players “Watch on the Rhine’ i…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Review: This Is Modern Art/Steppenwolf for Young Adults by Zach Freeman

RECOMMENDED “Vandals cover Art Institute of Chicago’s wall with graffiti,” the headlines read in February 2010. Yet again five of this city’s degenerates decided to add to the alread…

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Spine: ’33 Variations’ at Silver Spring Stage by Robert Michael Oliver

The Creation of Art. The Wrestle with Death. 33 Variations, Moisés Kauffman’s Tony nominated play, juxtaposes those two turbulences. In one — circa 1820 in Vienna, Austria …

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Big City: Decades Since Wasserstein’s ‘Heidi,’ the Glass Proscenium Holds Fast by Ginia Bellafante

A revival of Wendy Wasserstein’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play “The Heidi Chronicles” feels as relevant today as ever, especially in terms of women’s success in the theater.

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Steppenwolf’s deeply misguided “This Is Modern Art” spray paints all the wrong messages by Hedy Weiss

To start, a hypothetical question addressed to the powers that be at Steppenwolf Theatre: How would you react were you to arrive at work one morning only to discover that the entire facade o…

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John Flynn Responds to AEA Councillor Gregory North: “We want change – just not this change” by Colin Mitchell

Things remain heated over at Bigcheap and John Flynn, acting as a rep for the original plaintiffs in the Settlement Agreement, decided it was time to respond in an open letter to AEA Western…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at noon (Broadway Time)

Eleesha Drennan review – strong and original, but lacking structure by Judith Mackrell

The Place, LondonKabuki dance drama casts a large shadow over new work Channel Rose Continue reading...

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Florida Grand Opera Dives Into Georges Bizet’s Pearl Fishers by Bill Hirschman

The audience is not likely to be emotionally transported by the Florida Grand Opera’s production of Georges Bizet’s The Pearl Fishers, but the skills of the principal singers exuding unu…

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Review Roundup: KID VICTORY Opens at Signature Theatre by Review Roundups

Virginia's Signature Theatre presents the world premiere production of Kid Victory, a new musical from legendary composer John Kander Chicago, Cabaret and acclaimed playwright Greg Pierce Sl…

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Passing the Crown! Brian d'Arcy James Poses with Jonathan Groff at HAMILTON by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld previously reported that Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff will join the cast of HAMILTON as 'King George' on Tuesday, March 3 at The Public Theater, replacing Brian d'Arcy Jam…

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Upcoming CD Releases for March 2015

Check out the latest in upcoming releases of Broadway and theatre related CDs for March, 2015.

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The best part about being an understudy on Broadway?FREE SCRATCH...

The best part about being an understudy on Broadway?FREE SCRATCH PAPER FOR THE REST OF YOUR LIFE.Listen to the Understudies episode of The Ensemblist here.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Spotlight on the Cast of AN AMERICAN IN PARIS- Meet Nathan Madden! by BroadwayWorld TV

BroadwayWorld is excited to bring you a new video series, which will help you get to know each cast member before previews begin. Check back daily to hear from the whole cast before performa…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Fuse Commentary: Baltimore’s American Visionary Art Museum Envisions the Future — Now by Robert Israel

To call the American Visionary Art Museum quirky would be an understatement: therein lies its charm as well as one of the reason for its success, even in economic hard times.

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Brian d'Arcy James Plays Final HAMILTON Performance Today; Broadway's SOMETHING ROTTEN! Next by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld previously reported that Tony Award nominee Jonathan Groff will join the cast of HAMILTON as 'King George' on Tuesday, March 3 at The Public Theater, replacing Brian d'Arcy Jam…

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Sneak Peek: It Shoulda Been You by Sandi Durell

            by: Brian Scott Lipton and Sandi Durell   Nervous brides, drunken toasts, awkward first dances: these are the stuff of ordinary weddings. But t…

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Nick Gandiellos' "Oceanside" Premiere Production by Nancy Grossman

Beyond the finely tuned performances, attentive direction, and crisp writing, Oceanside works because it is realistic and relevant.

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Pinocchio: Bringing life to a ‘cheeky’ piece of talking wood by Trish Crawford

Krystel Descary won’t reveal secrets of the puppet she manipulates in Tout à Trac’s Pinocchio, on at Young People’s Theatre March 3 to 21.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Going out on a Porter high at Rye by Peter D. Kramer

By any measure, Ben DeMarco’s range of roles in his Rye High School career has been impressive: Snoopy in “You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown” to The Beast in “Be…

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Review ~ “She Loves Me” at The Wilton Playshop by Onstagecritics

Kathleen Mosel / OnStage Critic When we think of “cult musicals”, usually the term applies to the likes of Rocky Horror Show or Bat Boy. However one could say that … Contin…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 3/1/15- GUYS AND DOLLS by Stage Tube

Today in 2009, Guys and Dolls opened at the Nederlander Theatre, where it ran for 121 performances. Guys and Dolls is a musical with music and lyrics by Frank Loesser and book by Jo Swerling…

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‘Kid Victory’ at Signature Theatre (Review) by John Stoltenberg

“You have no idea what I’ve been through,” says Luke early on in Kid Victory, the nervy and unnerving new musical by John Kander (music) and Greg Pierce (book and lyrics) that just ope…

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Kelli Rabke & 54 Below Sing Mack & Mabel by Sandi Durell

            by: Sandi Durell On March 8th, Jerry Herman’s fabulous score of “Mack & Mabel” will resound from the stage at 54 Below in a...…

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Critique of the Week by Colin Mitchell

Some more good stuff from A-Burn, including some deserved criticism for a company still coming into its own, as well as some well-deserved praise for a company on the cusp of greatness. THE …

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Review - The New Musical Hamilton Off-Broadway

Is Hamilton really as good as everyone says?

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Julie Andrews & Christopher Plummer Talk SOUND OF MUSIC: 'It Was the Moment in My Career Where Everything Exploded' by Movies News Desk

In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Academy Award winning film THE SOUND OF MUSIC, stars Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer speak exclusively to Vanity Fair about the makin…

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Welcome to BWW's exclusive talk show, BACKSTAGE WITH Richard Ridge. Follow Richard as he visits the theater's best and brightest in their dressing rooms, on their stages and favorite hang ou…

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Three Men in a Boat, The Original Theatre Company, Touring by Ismene Brown

It’s a hostage to fortune really to create a play on one of the funniest books ever written, and a Victorian one at that. Still, Jerome K Jerome’s Three Men in a Boat is regularly mined …

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Review:John and Jen at by Jon Magaril

Fans of this twenty-year-old pocket musical will welcome this Keen Company revival.

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Full Episode by Christina Knight

Featuring Josh Groban, Renée Fleming and Joshua Bell, Great Performances partners with the New York Philharmonic and music director Alan Gilbert for a concert of memorable movie themes with…

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Behind the Scenes: A display of community in the theater by Jay Handelman

Other theaters pitch in when a colleague falls ill.... Read more » The post Behind the Scenes: A display of community in the theater appeared first on Ticket Sarasota.

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Broadway's spring season full of new musicals by Joe Dziemianowicz

Broadway’s alive with the sound of musicals — and this spring the volume gets cranked to 10.

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Playhouse Square Partners 24th annual Jump Back Ball, Jump Back to the Future (photo gallery): Kristel's CLE by Kristel Hartshorn, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Playhouse Square Partners held their 24th annual Jump Back Ball at State Theatre on Saturday, February 28 with a 1,000 guests in attendance.

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Watch Playhouse Square travel back in time for 24th annual Jump Back Ball (video): Kristel's CLE by Kristel Hartshorn, Northeast Ohio Media Group

Watch the 24th annual Jump Back Ball--Jump Back to the Future presented by PlayhouseSquare Partners celebrate another sold out event at the State Theatre on Saturday, February 28.

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Near West Theatre takes center stage with debut of new home (photos) by James Ewinger, The Plain Dealer

Near West Theater unveils its sparkling new home.

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A demon barber at Bronxville’s Christ Church by Peter D. Kramer

The hottest ticket in New York this week may not be on Broadway, but for “Sweeney Todd,” staged in a church basement in Bronxville. The plan was for Bronxville High School to unv…

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The Verdict: Read Reviews of the New John Kander Musical Kid Victory at the Signature by Playbill Staff

Kid Victory, the world-premiere musical from famed composer John Kander (Chicago, Cabaret) and playwright Greg Pierce (Slow Girl), officially opened Feb. 28 following previews that began…

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Net Neutrality Gets Slapped Around: ‘SNL’ by Jeremy Gerard

OK, you had to wait a couple of minutes for the slap-happy payoff, but SNL’s riff on a Bloomberg News TV panel explaining the hot but MEGO topic of net neutrality was a solid team eff…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Dakota Johnson Plays Innocent In Spiky ISIS-Chic Spot: ‘SNL’ by Jeremy Gerard

Saturday Night Live host Dakota Johnson was near was near-perfect as a naïve American teen who leaves her understanding Dad at the airport to hitch her wagon to terrorism in this twisted v…

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MY MOTHER SAYS I NEVER SHOULD Chipping Norton Theatre by Libby Purves

MOTHERHOOD, SECRETS AND LIES Neatly in time for International Women’s Day and the celebratory WOW-ings on the South Bank, John Terry has had Chipping Norton’s gorgeous galleried interior…

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Rudy Giuliani Gets ‘Birdman’ Take-Down Via ‘SNL’ Opener by Jeremy Gerard

While Fifty Shades Of Grey was obviously front-and-center on Saturday Night Live‘s Dakota Johnson-hosted show, the cold open ran one-time “America’s Mayor” Rudy Giul…

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Guest Blog: Graduate Actor Scheme at the WYP by Mark Rosenblatt

Image credit: Anthony Robling At the moment I’m directing Uncle Vanya, our first production for the Quarry stage in our Spring season, it includes one of graduate actors, David Leopold, a…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Features: Test your theatre knowledge: Musical by songs

Do you know which shows these songs are from?

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Blog: Why a director needs an outsider’s eye by Jack Cray

Image credit: Bahman Farzad Creative Commons My official role within the theatre is a director. Sure I act too but most of my time is spent at the back of the auditorium making notes, drinki…

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Feature: The Globe’s free giveaway to schools by Laura Stevens

Image credit: Amit Lennon “It’s designed to open up the theatre and Shakespeare to secondary school children.” This is the bold opening declaration from Georghia Ellinas, Head of Learn…

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Feature: CELL – Young companies, big ideas by Danielle Pearson

After premiering to critical acclaim in 2014, CELL, a new collaboration by Little Cauliflower and Smoking Apples, is heading out on a UK tour. It’s the story of Ted, who sets off on a …

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Feature: Going underground at Vault’s Hellscreen by Jay Mayer

Image credit: Susan Luciani The classic 1918 Japanese story by Ryunosuke Akutagawa Hellscreen, which follows an artist’s descent into a world of hellish greed and obsession – accom…

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BWW's On This Day - March 1, 2015

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on March 1 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Luca Ronconi by John Francis Lane

Theatre director who won an international reputation with his stage adaptation of the epic poem Orlando Furioso Continue reading...

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Review: How I Learned to Drive (Southwark Playhouse)

Olivia Poulet stars in Paula Vogel's award-winning study of sexual abuse

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Balanchine's Allegro Brillante brings shot of pure classical dancing to National Ballet by Michael Crabb

The work, made almost 60 years ago as a program filler, is part of company's mixed program with Man in Black, Chroma and Carousel (A Dance).

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Big cat diaries by Matilda Temperley

Lion trainer Thomas Chipperfield is never happier than when he’s in the training ring with his big cats. And as long as he’s the alpha male, Thomas feels safe in their company. Matilda T…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Jaime Winstone and Russell Tovey: the start of something beautiful by Maddy Costa

Jaime Winstone and Russell Tovey are old friends, and about to co-star in a new play about a one-night stand. They talk to Maddy Costa Continue reading...

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Spring off-Broadway calendar

What's new this season.

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Feldberg: Hasbrouck Heights' Jason Biggs on making it back to Broadway

"The movie opened on a Friday," Jason Biggs recalled, "and by Monday I couldn't walk down the street without people recognizing me. It just changed everything."The turnin…

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‘Shining City’ at Port City Playhouse by Eliza Anna Falk

I could hardly contain my anticipation before seeing the Port City Playhouse’s production of Shining City, directed by Becky Patton. The critically acclaimed play, first performed in 2…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Russell Tovey: ‘I was a scared, skinny little rat. Then I hit the gym…’ by Tom Lamont

It took the Essex actor a decade to fully regain his confidence after falling victim to a knife attack at 18. And a decade, too, to be comfortable portraying his own sexuality on stage and s…

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Beautiful: the Carole King Musical review – a stream of classics by Alex Clark

Aldwych, LondonKatie Brayben belts out Carole King’s greatest hits with verve by in a big-hearted show based on the songwriter’s life Continue reading...

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Royal Ballet: Draft Works review – Blommaert and Sambé stand out by Luke Jennings

Linbury Studio, Royal Opera House, LondonThe Royal Ballet’s annual showcase of its own dancers’ choreography was short on risk – and women Continue reading...

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Closer review – Marber’s 90s passion play still stirs by Susannah Clapp

Donmar Warehouse, London Patrick Marber’s finely wrought 1997 play about the brutal business of falling in and out of love holds good in David Leveaux’s smooth if safe revival Continue r…

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Sunday, March 1, 2015 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Win a double pass to The Fabulous Singlettes at Glen Street Theatre by Matt Edwards

AussieTheatre has two double passes to giveaway to The Fabulous Singlettes at Glen Street Theatre on Wednesday March 4. The Fabulous Singlettes are a playful, post-modern musical trio ce…

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From the Observer archive, 26 February 1978: a playwright pitching for revolution by Victoria Radin

A young cockney playwright tries to put the East End characters centre stage Continue reading...

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Azimut review - Moroccan acrobatics speak darker truths by Jane Howard

Adelaide Festival theatre, Adelaide festivalAurélien Bory and the artists of Le Groupe Acrobatique de Tanger dance with illusion and politics in this intense showcase of circus skill Conti…

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Farinelli and the King review – Mark Rylance and Iestyn Davies dazzle by Susannah Clapp

Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, LondonThe healing power of music is made real in Clare van Kampen’s irresistibly genial play about the great 18th-century castratoThere is an irresistible genialit…

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Man and Superman review – Ralph Fiennes towers as Shaw’s Don Juan by Susannah Clapp

Lyttelton, LondonSimon Godwin’s whirling revival of Shaw’s loquacious 1903 play proves fashion wrong in emphatic styleMuch is said about the responsibility of the National Theatre to fin…

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‘Kid Victory’ at Signature Theatre by Derek Mong

Haunting, chilling, and totally mesmerizing are just a few words that you could use to describe the second collaboration between legendary composer John Kander (Chicago and Cabaret) and accl…

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This Week’s Picks! Go Uptown with Harry Connick Jr., Meet the New Les Miz Revolutionaries & More by Pete Croatto

Hey, you, staring longingly at your tropical island screen saver! There is no need to be depressed, not with all the great stuff this frigid (but still enchanting) city has to offer. So bund…

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Sexercise by Anne-Marie Peard

Sexercise could be a ripper of a show if it toned up and got rid of the flab. Sexercise is a new Australian musical. Yay. It’s opening in a great new theatre venue, the Alex Theatre …

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Theater News: Brian d'Arcy James Exits Hamilton to Star in Something Rotten! on Broadway

Moving back in time, James will go from playing King George III to Shakespeare's rival.

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New Line Theatre acts up with 'Jerry Springer'

Troupe presents the regional premiere of musical.

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'Navigating the West' offers some of the best of Bingham

Superb exhibition puts artist's paintings beside his drawings.

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How the Bingham drawings were saved

Schoolchildren, businessmen and others came together.

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Music review: Hadelich, Graf bring down the house with SLSO

An all-Russian evening proves memorable in the best way

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SOUND OFF World Premiere Exclusive: Joel Grey In GEORGE M! On THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW

Today, BroadwayWorld is thrilled to present yet another awesome vintage performance clip as originally seen on watershed TV variety program THE ED SULLIVAN SHOW, this time with a classic Geo…

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Molnr’s Fashions For Men Opens at Mint Theater Company Tonight by Carey Purcell

Fashions For Men, Ferenc Molnár's comedy of character, officially opens at at the Mint Theater Company March 1 following previews that began Feb. 3.

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Tony Winner Jessie Mueller and Her Beautiful Co-Star Team Up for Concerts by Andrew Gans

Tony winner Jessie Mueller and Tony nominee Jarrod Spector, who created the roles of, respectively, Carole King and Barry Mann in Broadway's Beautiful, join forces for concerts March 1&#…

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Curious Incident Cast Offers Actors Fund Benefit Performance Tonight by Andrew Gans

The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the acclaimed new play by Simon Stephens about a 15-year-old boy who must get to the bottom of the mysterious death of…

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Beth Henley’s Abundance, Tale of Mail-Order Brides in the Wild West, Opens at TACT Tonight by Carey Purcell

Abundance, Pulitzer Prize winner Beth Henley's tall tale set in the Great American West, officially opens Off-Broadway at The Actors Company Theatre March 1.

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Stars of The Nether Explore Dark Fantasies in Mysterious Virtual World by Olivia Clement

MCC's New York premiere of Jennifer Haley's The Nether is somewhat shrouded in mystery. The haunting whodunit, which has previously played on London's West End and in Los Angeles…

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Caissie Levy, Andy Mientus, Keala Settle, Cliff Saunders and Kyle Scatliffe Take Final Bows in Les M by Michael Gioia

Les Misérables cast members Caissie Levy (Fantine), Andy Mientus (Marius), Cliff Saunders (Thenardier), Kyle Scatliffe (Enjolras) and Keala Settle (Madame Thenardier) take their f…

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PLAYBILL VAULT’S Today In Theatre History: MARCH 1 by David Gewirtzman and Anne Bradley and Ernio Hernandez

1922 Arthur Wing Pinero's The Enchanted Cottage constructs the story of a couple who find themselves transformed by their love for one another. Owen Nares and Laura Cowie are the lucky p…

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Broadway’s Pulitzer-Winning Drama Disgraced, Exploring Race and Religion, Closes on Broadway by Adam Hetrick, Carey Purcell

Ayad Akhtar's volatile Pulitzer Prize-winning drama Disgraced, which stars Hari Dhillon, Karen Pittman, Gretchen Mol and Josh Radnor, ends its Broadway run March 1.

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Stephanie J. Block, Laura Osnes, Aaron Lazar, Andrew Keenan-Bolger Are Part of Tonight’s Bushel & A by Andrew Gans

A host of Broadway favorites join forces March 1 for a Bushel & A Peck Benefit at 54 Below.

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“House of Cards” Actress Leads Simon Stephens’ Drama Harper Regan, Starting Tonight by Adam Hetrick

Molly Parker, who plays Jackie Sharp in the Netflix political drama "House of Cards," stars in the Canadian Stage production of Olivier Award-winning playwright Simon Stephens&…

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PLAYBILL POLL: Who Readers Would Dream Cast in the Revival of Falsettos by Olivia Clement

William Finn and James Lapine's Tony-winning musical Falsettos will return to Broadway in spring 2016, with Tony winner Lapine again at the helm. Part intimate family drama, part neu…

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After 10 Years of Musicals, There’s Still An Audition Kelli O’Hara Won’t Let Bartlett Sher Forget by Harry Haun

Musical theatre dream team leading lady Kelli O'Hara and director Bartlett Sher join forces to bring another Rodgers and Hammerstein classic to the stage. And, for O'Hara, it's u…

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