Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 1pm (Broadway Time)
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Rehearsal Space Available with Pride Films and Plays by Bt

PFP has rehearsal space for lease at the very accessible corner of Clark and Wilson. Small room with piano, great for readings, staging, workshops. $30 for four hour slot. Email pridefilmsan…

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Is There Anything Lena Hall Can't Do?

Short Answer... no.  The star will reprise her Tony Award-winning performance as Yitzhak in the upcoming National Tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, in performances at both the SHN…

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Theatre News: New Royal Exchange season announced

Highlights include a revival starring Daniel Rigby and a production with Graeae Theatre Company

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Video: Sneak peek at the Aladdin sitzprobe

Watch what happened when the cast of the upcoming musical got to hear the orchestra for the first time

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Nominees- SHE LOVES ME's Jane Krakowski by Walter McBride

On May 4, the 2016 Tony nominees flocked to the Paramount Hotel, where they met with the press for the first time since getting the big news. BroadwayWorld will be bringing you coverage from…

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Audra McDonald, Will Swenson & Andrea Martin Join 2016 Summer Broadway Season in Martha's Vineyard by BroadwayWorld

Producer Mark Cortale has announced that 6-time Tony winner Audra McDonald will join the debut season of Broadway The Performing Arts Center on Martha's Vineyard on Monday, August 22 for on…

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Spotlight On...Danny Sharron by Michael Block

Name: Danny SharronHometown: Ft. Lauderdale, FloridaEducation: University of Florida (BA Theater; BS Marketing)Favorite Credits: I thought about this question a lot, and I have to say that i…

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Lena Hall Will Reprise Her Tony-Winning Performance as Yitzhak in Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tour, Starring Darren Criss by Ryan Gilbert

Tony winner Lena Hall will reprise her performance as Yitzhak in the national tour of John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's Hedwig and the Angry Inch, joining the previously announce…

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The Tony Beat Episode 3: Non-Stop by Broadway.com

Tony nominees go into full mode, attending endless luncheons, award shows and interviews.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Dear Evan Hansen Wins at Helen Hayes Awards by Olivia Clement

The Benj Pasek, Justin Paul and Steven Levenson musical took home the prize for Outstanding Musical Production.

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From Glastonbury to Book at Bedtime: the uncontainable Kate Tempest by Lyn Gardner

She’s a rapper, playwright, poet, novelist – and much more. In her restless, relentless creativity, this unique talent hops freely from one artform to anotherKate Tempest was in Australi…

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Will We Pay A High Price For Our Neglect? by Joe Patti

(Sorry about the late posting. I had some issues with inserting images which I have been unable to resolve.) The last couple weeks I have been in China on vacation. I will be writing about m…

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BAM Next Wave Festival to Include Isabelle Huppert and Mikhail Baryshnikov by Joshua Barone

The festival, which runs Sept. 7 through Dec. 18, features work by Donnacha Dennehy, Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker and Kyle Abraham.

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Shakespeare Theatre Company Leads 2016 Helen Hayes Award Winners by American Theatre Editors

Constellation Theatre Company and the Welders were also among honorees at the 2015 ceremony.

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Photo Flash: Hamilton Creator Lin-Manuel Miranda Receives Sardi's Portrait

Miranda was honored by the famed restaurant.

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‘Ça ira,’ a Birth-of-a-Nation Tale in France, Wins Molière Award for Best Play by Doreen Carvajal

The play, written and directed by Joel Pommerat, about the early years of the French Revolution, also took prizes for best director and playwright.

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The SpongeBob Musical: Tom Kitt by Misha Davenport

Day two of Broadway World Chicago's preview of The SpongeBob Musical with Tom Kitt.

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Rosie O'Donnell, Faith Prince & More Set for Fran Drescher's Cabaret Cruise by BroadwayWorld

Last year Fran Drescher's Cocktail Cruise around Manhattan kicked off NYC Gay Pride Week and sold out with a huge crowd of celebrities including Patti LuPone, Jill Zarin, Patti Stanger, Thom…

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2016 Theatre World Awards Awards - Report & Photos by Michael Portantiere

The 72nd annual Theatre World Awards, honoring "outstanding Broadway or Off-Broadway significant, reviewable debut performances," were presented last evening in a ceremony at Circle in the S…

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Waitress Composer Tells People to Switch Off Their Phones—in Song! by Robert Viagas

Listen to Sara Bareilles' “Turn Off Your Cell Phone.”

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Leslie Odom, Jr. and Nicolette Robinson Say Tony’s Will Be Just Like Their Wedding Day by Olivia Clement

At the Obie Awards, the showbiz couple opened up about how they will be spending the big night.

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Garbage Kids (review) at Venus Theatre, too perfect for words by Kelly McCorkendale

Venus Theatre has a knack for finding new scripts that make you ache and ruminate all at once—appealing at once to emotion and intellect, deeply, endlessly. Garbage Kids, a tale of homele…

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VIDEO: BWW Exclusive - CELEBRITY NAME GAME Host Craig Ferguson Wants to Be HAMILTON's Next King George by Caryn Robbins

BWW shares an exclusive clip from the Thursday, May 26th episode of the syndicated game show CELEBRITY NAME GAME featuring celebrity guest Yazz from EMPIRE.

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VIDEO: Broadway Alum Alison Porter Delivers Moving Performance of 'Somewhere' on THE VOICE by TV News Desk

On last night's finale round of NBC'sTHE VOICE, powerhouse singer and Broadway alum Alisan Porter delivered an emotional performance of 'Somewhere,' from WEST SIDE STORY. Later, Porter sang …

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Photo Coverage: On the Red Carpet for the 61st Annual Obie Awards! by Jennifer Broski

The American Theatre Wing Heather Hitchens, President and The Village Voice Peter Barbey, Owner have announced the winners of the 61st Annual Obie Awards. Rajiv Joseph's Guards at the Taj, p…

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Lift Up Your Hands! Tony Winner Lena Hall Will Play Two Roles in the HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH National Tour by BroadwayWorld

Lena Hall will reprise her Tony Award-winning performance as Yitzhak in the highly anticipated National Tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch, the 2014 Tony Award-winning Best Musical Revival, i…

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Photos! Stars Come Out for the 2016 Lilly Awards by Monica Simoes

The seventh annual Lilly Awards took place May 23 at the Signature Theatre, celebrating women of distinction in American theatre.

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See Lupita Nyong’o and Leslie Odom Jr. at the 61st Annual Obie Awards by Hannah Vine

Khris Davis, Georgia Engel, Jayne Houdyshell, Omar Metwally are among the winners.

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Sweet Charity and Alan Turing play in Royal Exchange’s new season by Matthew Hemley

Musical Sweet Charity is to be staged at the Royal Exchange in Manchester this Christmas, as part of a new season that

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Review: Wild Life (Norwich Playhouse)

Belgian arts centre CAMPO brings together ten young performers to explore the experience of how music makes you feel

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Watch The Voice Finalist & Broadway Alum Alisan Porter Perform West Side Story's 'Somewhere' by Broadway.com

There's a place for her in the finals! Broadway alum Alisan Porter returned to her musical theater roots on May 23 in the first part of The Voice’s season 10 finale. Porter, who ma…

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Indignation Film, with Danny Burstein, Tracy Letts, Linda Emond, Sets Premiere Date by Andrew Gans

The film is based on the Philip Roth novel.

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Lena Hall Will Play Yitzhak and Hedwig in Tour of Hedwig and the Angry Inch by Andrew Gans

The national tour launches in San Francisco in October.

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Theater News: Lena Hall to Take on Title Role in Hedwig and the Angry Inch Tour

Hall will also reprise the role that won her a Tony Award.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Broadway-Bound Great Comet Wins 3 Elliot Norton Awards

The awards salute the best in Boston theatre.

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Dolly Parton Will Guest Star as Singing Chicken In ‘Lily’s Driftwood Bay’ by Brian Steinberg

Dolly Parton has sung about many things: steadfast love (“I Will Always Love You”), humble beginnings (“Coat of Many Colors) and the drudge of the working life (“9 to…

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End of Q4 and FINAL results for Broadway’s 2015-16 season.

There are some things I don’t like to be right about. And where we ended up at the end of this season is one of them. Last August I wrote a blog predicting that the previous years of b…

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Jake Gyllenhaal Will Embrace His Inner Post-Impressionist for a One-Night-Only Show of Sunday in the Park With George by Devon Ivie

Time to break out your easel and brush up on your color theory. Jake Gyllenhaal, for a special performance on October 24 to raise money for the New York City Center, will be portraying post-…

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How we survived: child refugees given a stage to tell their stories by Patrick Willocq

Award-winning French photographer Patrick Willocq has recreated the experiences of children who have fled Burundi and Syria using personalised theatre sets. From perilous journeys to the bat…

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VIDEO: Adam Lambert Explains How IT GOT BETTER in New Docuseries by TV News Desk

In the newest installment of LStudio's documentary series IT GOT BETTER, rocker Adam Lambert explains that he rejected the notion of normal in order to embrace both his individuality and his…

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VIDEO: Deaf West Needs Kickstarter Donations To Fund SPRING AWAKENING Tony Performance by Michael Dale

Money is needed to fly the cast back to New York, get the costumes and instruments and props out of storage and pay for rehearsal space.

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Fuse News: 2016 Elliot Norton Awards Announced by Arts Fuse Editor

Hearty congratulations to the 2016 Elliot Norton Award nominees and winners.

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School Of Rock Will Land In London’s West End by Chris Luner

London; You’re In The Band! After a successful return to Broadway with his latest musical, Andrew Lloyd Webber is now preparing to bring it home to London. Based off of the 2003 movie …

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2016 Obie Award Winners Revealed by Chris Luner

With Broadway celebrating its most successful season ever, Off-Broadway is also celebrating a year of hits uptown and downtown. With boundaries not as constricted and a more diverse audienc…

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Poole’s Lighthouse to close for £5.3m refit by Georgia Snow

Poole arts centre Lighthouse is to shut its door for four months this summer as it begins work on a £5.3 million

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Mosaic Theater’s When January Feels Like Summer (review) by Steven McKnight

The welcome arrival of the Mosaic Theater Company of DC on the local theatre scene is punctuated by When January Feels Like Summer.  The heartwarming and frequently funny Cori Thomas play a…

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Blackberry Winter (review) at Forum Theatre by Jayne Blanchard

Actor Holly Twyford is a tour de force as Vivienne, a force of nature with a soft Southern accent, mad baking skills, impeccable manners and oh yes, a mother with Alzheimer’s and dementia.…

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EU spent more than £8.5m on arts in past two years by David Hutchison

More than £8.5 million of European Union funding has been spent on UK arts and culture projects in the past two years.

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VIDEO: Sir Ian McKellen Opens Up on Growing Up Gay in New Docuseries IT GOT BETTER by BroadwayWorld

In Season 3 of IT GOT BETTER, a docuseries launched on on LStudio, Sir Ian McKellen opens up about coming to terms with his sexuality and his decision to devote his energy toward the fight…

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BWW TV Exclusive: BACKSTAGE BITE with Katie Lynch and FIDDLER ON THE ROOF's Aaron Young! by Backstage Bite With Katie Lynch

Today, we are excited to bring you the latestepisode, featuring FIDDLER ON THE ROOF's Aaron Young

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Hottest Articles on BWW 5/17/2016 - 5/24/2016

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Tony Robinson awarded honorary life membership of Equity by David Hutchison

Tony Robinson has been awarded an honorary life membership of the actors’ union Equity. The actor and TV presenter was presented with

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Video: Exclusive: Benedict Cumberbatch on the Royal Court

Benedict Cumberbatch shares his personal memories of the Royal Court as the theatre turns 60 years old

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This just in: Adam Sandler is still funny by Zach Freeman

Call me a pessimist, but based on the trailer (and Adam Sandler's track record), the new Netflix-produced film "The Do-Over" (starring Sandler and David Spade) looks likely to be bad. I mean…

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Rajiv Joseph, Lucas Hnath, Annie Baker and More Honored at 2016 Obie Awards by American Theatre Editors

'Guards at the Taj,' 'The Humans,' 'Dear Evan Hansen,' and more receive honors at 2016 ceremony.

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Commissions With a Mission: To Create Middle Eastern American Plays by American Theatre Editors

Adriana Sevahn Nichols, Yussef El Guindi, and Mona Mansour gather at the Lark to talk about what a playwriting fellowship meant to them.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Tony Nominee Cynthia Erivo Brings Colbert Audience to Its Feet by Robert Viagas

She sings “I'm Here” from The Color Purple.

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92Y L & L Celebrates Richard Rodgers After Hammerstein by Sandi Durell

    92Y Lyrics & Lyricists celebrates the last part of legendary composer Richard Rodgers productive career after Hammerstein   by Linda Amiel Burns       R…

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'C.S. Lewis Onstage' marks Max McLean's return to Chicago by Morgan Greene

Max McLean will return to Chicago to perform in "C.S. Lewis Onstage: The Most Reluctant Convert," McLean's Fellowship for Performing Arts announced Tuesday.  McLean, seen in "Mark's Gospel"…

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A Subject of Scandal and Concern review – John Osborne wrestles with religion by Michael Billington

Finborough theatre, LondonThis rarely revived piece about a Victorian blasphemy trial reveals the playwright’s complex feelings about ChristianityWritten for a 1960 television production s…

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Alex Brightman's Crazy College Pal & Other Hot Shots That’ll Make You Smile by Lindsey Sullivan

The Color Purple's Cynthia Erivo is killing it. (Have you checked out her episode of Show People yet? Get on that!) She recently kicked off a two-show day with a half marathon. Also, tak…

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Watch The Color Purple Tony Nominee Cynthia Erivo Completely Slay 'I'm Here' by Lindsey Sullivan

She is beautiful, and she is here! For those who have yet to take in her brilliant Broadway debut in the John Doyle-helmed revival of The Color Purple (all right, and for those who have seen…

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Rebel Wilson Will Rock the Boat in the West End's Guys and Dolls by Imogen Lloyd Webber

Rebel Wilson will be developing a cold as Miss Adelaide for eight shows a week in the West End! The screen star is set to join the West End cast of Guys and Dolls for eight weeks, June 28 th…

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Photo Flash: Stars of Eclipsed, Dear Evan Hansen, and More at 2016 Obie Awards

The honors celebrate the best of off-Broadway theater.

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Theater News: Rebel Wilson to Make West End Debut in Guys and Dolls

The Hollywood actress will head to the London stage.

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Theater News: Jake Gyllenhaal to Lead City Center's Sunday in the Park With George

The event will help subsidize affordable tickets to City Center's programming.

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"Salomé," "Avenue Q," "Yerma" Lead at 2016 Helen Hayes Awards by Susan Berlin

The Shakespeare Theatre Company's production of Salomé and the Constellation Theatre Company's production of Avenue Q each received seven Helen Hayes Awards at the 32nd annual ceremony, May…

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Immersive Dario Fo Show to Play in a Church by Olivia Clement

Mistero Buffo will guide the audience through hidden stairways to encounter solo performer Panos Vlahos.

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Preview: UNDER(cover) Episode 002 by Sharon Hoyer

RECOMMENDED Coming off of more than a decade of dancing with Hubbard Street, and several years with River North Dance, Robyn Mineko Williams landed a spot in this publication’s Top F…

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Discount Tickets for Broadway, Off-Broadway and off-Off Broadway Shows | Theatre Development Fund – TDF by Mark Blankenship

Meet Red Bull Theater, where classic plays get a lusty new energy. This video features the actors Michael Urie, Stephen Spinella, Jay O. Sanders, Jennifer Ikeda, Matthew Rauch, Helen Cespede…

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Photo Coverage: Hangin' with the Winners of the 61st Annual Obie Awards! by Jennifer Broski

The American Theatre Wing Heather Hitchens, President and The Village Voice Peter Barbey, Owner have announced the winners of the 61st Annual Obie Awards. Rajiv Joseph's Guards at the Taj, p…

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New Maureen McGovern CD Is Inspirational by Andrew Gans

The latest recording from the acclaimed singing actress is titled You Raise Me Up—A Spiritual Journey.

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Mandy Patinkin: In Concert by Sandi Durell

        by Carole Di Tosti     In Mandy Patinkin’s one-night only performance at the Rose Theater Lincoln Center, Mandy Patinkin: In Concert, the star of stag…

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Cannes Review: Stèphanie Di Giusto’s 'The Dancer' by Gabriella Daris

“The Dancer” (“La Danseuse”), French writer-director Stèphanie Di Giusto’s feature debuet, premiered in the Un Certain Regard section at the Cannes Film Festival. It did not win a…

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Hall of Hams #101: Richard Mansfield by Trav S.D.

Today is the birthday of the great thespian Richard Mansfield (1857-1907). Mansfield’s background is every bit as interesting as his stage career (which I can’t wait to get to, e…

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Photo Flash: New Dance Thriller JEKYLL & HYDE Opens at the Old Vic by Marianka Swain

New dance thriller JEKYLL amp HYDE is now playing at the Old Vic, with press night tomorrow. It'sdevised, directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie, inspired by Robert Louis Stevenson's The …

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Tickets Now On Sale For Justin Fletcher's Live Show at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre by Marianka Swain

Tickets are now on sale for Justin Fletcher's self-penned showJUSTIN LIVEat Wolverhampton Grand Theatre on Sunday 25th September 2016 at 1045am and 145pm.Also known as Mr Tumble, Justin star…

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2016 Helen Hayes Awards winners by Lorraine Treanor

There were some big surprises last night at the Helen Hayes Awards. Constellation’s bet on Avenue Q paid off big at the box office, and with the judges, earning it a top spot in numbe…

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VIDEO: THE COLOR PURPLE's Cynthia Erivo Performs Powerful Rendition of 'I'm Here' on 'Colbert' by TV News Desk

Cynthia Erivo gave a powerful performance of 'I'm Here' from Broadway's THE COLOR PURPLE on last night's LATE SHOW on CBS. The role marks the Tony nominee's Broadway debut.

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Photo Coverage: Project Shaw Presents CEASAR AND CLEOPATRA by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Gingold Theatrical Group's PROJECT SHAW, under the leadership of Artistic Director David Staller, continues its 11th Season with its 113th concert presentation with George Bernard Shaw's CAE…

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Photo Coverage: Ladies Rule on the Red Carpet for the 7th Annual Lilly Awards! by Walter McBride

The 7th Annual Lilly Awards Ceremony, which celebrates women of distinction in the American Theater, were presented yesterday, May 23, at the Signature Theatre 480 West 42nd St.This year's h…

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Photo Coverage: Christiane Noll, Christina Bianco & More Sing the Musicals of the 60s at BROADWAY BY THE YEARS by Genevieve Rafter Keddy

Two-time Drama Desk Award-nominee amp YouTube sensationChristina Bianco, two-time Nightlife Award-winnerScott Coulterwho travels around the world performing withStephen Schwartz,Jeannette Ba…

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Review: The Boys Upstairs/Pride Films & Plays by Aaron Hunt

RECOMMENDED Playwright Jason Mitchell’s farcical “The Boys Upstairs” sets up like a pitcher of vodka lemonades on a hot Sunday. Three college friends celebrate clothes, swanky parties,…

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Photo Flash: Lupita Nyong'o, Danai Gurira, Gloria Steinem, and More at 2016 Lilly Awards

The awards honor extraordinary contributions made to the American Theater by women.

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Photo Flash: Ana Villafañe, Cynthia Erivo, and More Receive 2016 Theatre World Awards

The annual honors were presented on May 23.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 by Susan Grace

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Jake Gyllenhaal Will Headline Sunday in the Park with George for One Night Only at New York City Center by Ryan McPhee

Well there are certainly worse things than this casting! Stage and screen star Jake Gyllenhaal will take on the title role in Sunday in the Park with George in a one-night-only benefit …

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Les Misérables Revival Will Welcome Thousands of NYC Public School Students by Andrew Gans

Students will take part in Inside Broadway's Creating the Magic program.

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IVF: 'It’s overwhelming and shocking at every single turn' by Joanna Moorhead

Infertility treatment had an enormous effect on Gareth Farr and Gabby Vautier and their relationship. The experience inspired him to write a play about the highs and lows of itHere’s somet…

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Jake Gyllenhaal Will Star in Sunday in the Park with George by Andrew Gans

The stage and screen star will portray the artist Georges Seurat in a concert version of the Sondheim musical.

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Classical CD Reviews: Houston Symphony Orchestra plays Dvořák and Goerne and Eschenbach perform Brahms by Jonathan Blumhofer

An album of Brahms lieder from two musicians in their prime: Christoph Eschenbach and Matthias Goerne.

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Fuse Music Interview: Debo Band — Another Side of Ethio-Groove by Arts Fuse Editor

Boston's Debo Band expand their heterophonnic horizons on Ere Gobez.

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 5/24/16- THE WIZ by Stage Tube

Today 1985, the first Broadway revival of The Wiz opened at the Lunt-Fontanne THeatre, where it ran for 13 performances. The Wiz is a musical with music and lyrics by Charlie Smalls and book…

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Ariana Grande loves motorcycles, her bodyguard in 'Into You' music video

She also pays homage to "Armageddon."        

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An Interview with Jessica Hecht and Alexandra Silber by Victoria Myers

We talk to Jessica Hecht and Alexandra Silberman of the 2016 Tony-nominated revival of Fiddler on the Roof, about how they incorporated historical material into their roles, generational dif…

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LATE NIGHT LOVE, VENTOUX and POETRY CAN F*CK OFF at Sheffield Crucible Lyceum Studio by Marianka Swain

Sheffield Crucible Lyceum Theatre welcomes thought-provoking, funny and thrilling performances to the Studio this June - everything from poetry and romance deconstruction to a Tour de France…

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ON CORPORATION STREET at HOME Manchester Marks 20th Anniversary of Provisional IRA Bombing by Marianka Swain

Immersive promenade production ON CORPORATION STREET marks 20 years since the Provisional IRA exploded the largest-ever bomb on mainland Britain, on a warm sunny morning in Manchester city c…

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Photo Flash: Judy Garland Musical THROUGH THE MILL Comes To Southwark Playhouse by Marianka Swain

Ray Rackham's July Garland musical THROUGH THE MILL comes to Southwark Playhouse this summer. It features musical supervision and arrangement by Simon Holt, musical direction by Jordan Li Sm…

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Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE Concert Production by TV News Desk

Gyllenhaal has signed on to star in a one-night-only performance of SUNDAY IN THE PARK WITH GEORGE to benefit New York City Center.

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My first audition: Suanne Braun by John Byrne

My first audition was in South Africa (where I’m originally from) at His Majesty’s Theatre for the musical Annie at 11 years

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How to… audition for musical theatre training by Susan Elkin

1. Come prepared Bring with you everything you need. That includes any music in folders, amps and whatever you need for your

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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61st Annual Obie Awards by Barry

Award-winning actress Lea DeLaria returned as host of thisyear’s 61st annual Obie Awards ceremony, which was held at Webster Hall (125East 11th Street).  A complet…

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THE BIG INTERVIEW: Maury Yeston Composer of Titanic by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Maury Yeston is the composer of award winning musicals including Nine, Grand Hotel, Titanic and Death Takes A Holiday. Douglas Mayo caught up with him to talk about making th…

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Jake Gyllenhaal to Star in Concert Production of ‘Sunday in the Park With George’ by Michael Paulson

Mr. Gyllenhaal has agreed to appear in a one-night-only performance to raise money for City Center.

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Flowers for Mrs Harris review – five-star fairytale about a dream Dior dress by Alfred Hickling

Crucible, SheffieldWith its ravishing sets and fine comic performances, the story of a charlady’s quest to acquire a frock is a perfect fillip for a new age of austerityMrs ’Arris Goes t…

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Two Feuding Coworkers Fall for Each Other in 'She Loves Me' by WNYC

Tony Award-winning actress Laura Benanti and lyricist Sheldon Harnick talk about the Broadway revival of  “She Loves Me” now at Studio 54 through July 10th. The musical comedy follows …

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Behind 'Hamilton's Moves, a Man Inspired by 'The Matrix'

Andy Blankenbuehler, nominated for a Tony for “Hamilton,” is now busy with the coming revival of “Cats,” part of a wave of choreographers changing Broadway’s approach to dance.

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Los Angeles Theater Review: ON THE TWENTIETH CENTURY (Musical Theatre West in Long Beach) by Tony Frankel

SCREWBALL MUSICAL HEAVEN When it opened on Broadway in 1978, On the Twentieth Century achieved the impossible. Cy Coleman’s clever score—a beautiful pastiche of turn-of-the-century opere…

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Call Answered: Mindy Sterling: Actress, Breast Cancer, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Woman of the Year by Call Me Adam

Call Answered: Everybody knows somebody affected by Cancer. My mom is a Breast Cancer survivor and I'm so grateful she is here today helping people who have been recently diagnosed, much lik…

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Meet Eric Ting, Cal Shakes' visionary new artistic director by Karen D'souza Kdsouza@bayareanewsgroup.com

Eric Ting sets the tone for his gutsy vision of the East Bay theater company as a crucible for examining the present. Among the shows he has lined up are a re-imagined 'Much Ado About Nothin…

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Off Script: Megan Hilty Talks Having Nearly Nothing On for 'Noises Off' by Ashley Lee

"People felt very comfortable giving their opinions about my body," the Tony nominee tells THR. "They’d say, "You’ve lost a lot of weight since 'Smash.'"read more

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Broadway's 2015-16 season sets record for attendance and grosses by Joe Dziemianowicz

The Great White Way had its best attended and highest grossing season ever, according to new figures from the Broadway League.

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In our social media age, have previews had their day? by Alistair Beaton

Alistair Beaton, the author of The Accidental Leader, one of five short plays now running at the Arts Theatre in London under the collective title A View from Islington North, wonders whethe…

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Rebel Wilson Joining West End Cast of Guys and Dolls by Mark Shenton

The Pitch Perfect star will play Miss Adelaide for eight weeks.

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UK actor Ian McKellen: 'India needs to grow up' about gays

MUMBAI, India (AP) -- British actor Ian McKellen is quoted by a Mumbai newspaper as saying that "India needs to grow up" regarding its attitudes toward homosexuality…

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Idina Menzel Is Here for #GiveElsaaGirlfriend — Ball’s In Your Court, Disney by Hilary Weaver

Earlier this month, the Frozen-fan Twitterverse was all about Queen Elsa's love life — particularly about the prospective women in her life. The #GiveElsaaGirlfriend campaign quickly becam…

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Theater Review: The Underworld on East 4th, In Hadestown by Jesse Green

When the very first lyric of a sung-through show like Hadestown attempts to rhyme “flames” with “hurricanes,” you know you’re in for a crossover experience. And though I doubt that…

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Ariana Grande Is on the Run With an Addictive Love in Her New 'Into You' Music Video by Sean Fitz-Gerald

"It's about love ... and life," Grande said in a Twitter Q&A, when asked last week about "Into You's" story line. "How the little things are so much more importa…

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THEATER REVIEW

"Our Town" Through June 23 at the Eagle Theatre, 208 Vine St., Hammonton, N.J. $30-$40. 609-704-5012, http://theeagletheater.com.

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'Our Town' comes to Hammonton, literally

Imagine the strong, proud engine of a steam train, the visible crankshafts and gears like rippling muscles driving the wheels as it pulses along the tracks. It pulls a row of polished passen…

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In Which Charlie Attains His Majority by Trav S.D.

Happy Birthday to Charles Wilde Stewart, as fine a fellow as ever breathed, and gettin’ finer all the time. He asked for a copy of “Leaves of Grass” for his birthday —…

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VIDEO: Broadway Vet Alison Porter Delivers Moving Performance of 'Somewhere' on THE VOICE by TV News Desk

On last night's finale round of NBC'sTHE VOICE, powerhouse singer and Broadway vet Alisan Porter delivered an emotional performance of 'Somewhere,' from WEST SIDE STORY. Later, Porter sang a…

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BWW Review: Marin Mazzie and Daniel Dae Kim Bring New Luster to THE KING AND I by Michael Dale

The dynamic between its new stars gives the hit revival new dramatic textures.

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VIDEO: Jesse Tyler Ferguson Explains How Garth Brooks Ruined His Production of ON THE TOWN by TV News Desk

FULLY COMMITTED star Jesse Tyler Ferguson stopped by last night's LATE NIGHT to talk about playing 40 different characters in the new Broadway play.

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Andrzej Lukowski: Was revenge really the motive for the end of NT’s ‘plus ones’? by Andrzej Lukowski

This week’s great theatre scandal is the National Theatre’s proposal to strip critics of their traditional invitation to bring a guest to

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Who Should Win The 2016 Tony Award For Best Musical by Cbsexaminer

Five wonderful musicals are up for the biggest award of the night. Here's a look at the nominees and why each is deserving to take home the award.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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From Washington Ballet Director Julie Kent, an all-star lineup in 2017 by Sarah L. Kaufman

On the agenda are works by Ashton, Ratmansky and Peck, as well as an Opera House debut.

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Blogs: 'Creating work from scratch is easier in Bristol'

Bristol-based director and producer Katy Carmichael talks about the merits of working in Bristol and why it's still a struggle to get smaller regional companies to London

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Running Wild at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Michael Morpurgo’s tale is brought to life in Samuel Adamson’s adaptation – but what have critics made of it? Running Wild continues at Regent's Park Open Air Theatre until 12 June 201…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 07:45AM

If you find one by Terry Teachout

An expatriate friend whom I haven’t seen for years recently sent me a present, a pair of tiny crystal flamingos that she intended as symbols of my marriage to Mrs. T. I was amazed—the tw…

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Ten years after: on the inaccessibility of silent movies by Terry Teachout

From 2006: With a few exceptions, medieval and early Renaissance art and music don’t speak to me. The gap of sensibility is too wide for me to cross. I have a feeling that silent film–no…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:15AM

BWW's On This Day - May 24, 2016

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

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PITCH PERFECT Star Rebel Wilson to Make West End Debut in GUYS & DOLLS by Movies News Desk

PITCH PERFECT star Rebel Wilson turned to Twitter to announce the news that she will be making her West End debut in the Phoenix Theatre's current production of GUYS amp DOLLS in the role of…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:15AM

Broadway AM Report, 5/24/2016 - Lin-Manuel Miranda, INCOGNITO, and More! by Jessica Fallon Gordon

Lin-Manuel Miranda and John Doyle are both getting portraits at Sardi's today We are also celebrating the Creative Arts Tony Award nominees and the opening night of INCOGNITO at MTC. Keep an…

Linked From BroadwayWorld at 07:15AM

A Cappella and Beatboxing Show GOBSMACKED! Comes to Udderbelly by Marianka Swain

Two girls, five boys, mind-blowing beatboxing, breathtaking harmonies, superlative arrangements, stunning choreography,visual technicolor and one helluva show. GOBSMACKED is set to blast int…

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Almanac: Will Rogers on movies by Terry Teachout

“There is only one thing that can kill the Movies, and that is education.” Will Rogers, The Autobiography of Will Rogers

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Vicky Featherstone: Theatres need artistic directors by David Hutchison

Royal Court chief Vicky Featherstone has defended the role of artistic directors, claiming they are needed to take the brunt of criticism

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Equity to issue guidelines supporting parents in theatre industry by David Hutchison

Equity is to call on theatres and producers across the UK to ease their demands on actors who are parents or carers.

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Rebel Wilson to make West End debut as Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls by Jess Denham, Jess Denham

Wilson will join the cast for eight weeks from 28 June until 21 August

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Matthew Byam Shaw: Role of theatre producers is ‘totally misunderstood’ by Matthew Hemley

Theatre producers “get a rough deal” because their role is “totally misunderstood” by the public and the sector, the head of a

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NEWS: Globe announces Emma Rice’s debut winter season by Emma Clarendon

Shakespeare’s Globe has announced Artistic Director Emma Rice’s first Winter season in the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse. The Wonder Noir Winter season will run at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse …

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Equity encourages more directors to join by Georgia Snow

Equity has said it will pursue more directors to join the union, after an admission that it has historically failed people working

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Obituary: Yukio Ninagawa by Michael Quinn

For a generation of theatregoers, the appearances of Japanese director Yukio Ninagawa’s visually spellbinding amalgams of East and West brought an exotic

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The Skriker review – Maxine Peake in a Midsummer Night's vision of climate catastrophe by Michael Billington

Royal Exchange, ManchesterAspects of Caryl Churchill’s 1994 collaborative fantasy remain obscure, but magnetic Peake and a 12-strong ensemble offer an intensely theatrical experiencePlays …

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Rebel Wilson to make West End debut in Guys and Dolls by Press Association

‘Hopefully I’ll crush it,’ says the Pitch Perfect film star, who will play the part of Miss Adelaide for eight weeks at London’s Phoenix theatreThe Australian actor Rebel Wilson is h…

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The Old Vic 2016-17 Season. Priority Booking Period. by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Artistic Director Matthew Warchus has announced his second season at London’s Old Vic Theatre with a wide-ranging programme that includes world premieres, new writing, …

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Tuesday, May 24, 2016 by James Marino

Listen: @TheBwayLeague Announces New Record, @LeonaLewis for #Cats? “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. …

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Theatre News: Maxine Peake to star as Blanche DuBois

The actress will perform in A Streetcar Named Desire from September

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Review: Flowers for Mrs Harris (Sheffield Crucible)

Daniel Evans directs his last production at the Crucible

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Review: Human Animals (Royal Court)

London comes under attack from animals in Stef Smith's debut play at the Royal Court

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Maxine Peake to star as Blanche DuBois at the Royal Exchange by Georgia Snow

Maxine Peake is to play Blanche DuBois in a new production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Peake will take the lead role

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'It’s a grand undertaking for anybody': Adam Donen on his holographic symphony by Stephen Moss

He cites Hegel as a key influence and compares his music to TS Eliot. The pop-star turned symphonist discusses his plans to bring the first world war’s legacy of ‘mass-mechanised butcher…

Linked From The Guardian at 05:30AM

2016 Obie Awards Winners and Red Carpet Photos by Jk Clarke

Monday Night, May 23 the 61st Annual Obie Awards took place at Webster Hall in New York City. Co-sponsored by the American Theatre Wing and The Village Voice (Peter Barbey, Owner) the Obies …

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Rebel Wilson Joins The Cast Of Guys And Dolls by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Award-winning actor Rebel Wilson will join the cast of Guys And Dolls at the Phoenix Theatre for eight weeks only playing the role of Miss Adelaide.  Rebel will appear in th…

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NEWS: Hollywood’s Rebel Wilson joins Guys & Dolls, plays Miss Adelaide from 28 Jun by Press Releases

Award-winning actor Rebel Wilson join the West End cast of GUYS AND DOLLS for a strictly limited eight weeks only at the Phoenix Theatre to play the part of Miss Adelaide from Tuesday 28 Jun…

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On the Couch with Linden Furnell by Arts Review

Who is Linden Furnell? I presume you mean ‘who is Linden’ – in which case… I’m an actor and a singer songwriter. I grew up in the Blue Mountains, have 2 younger…

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NEWS: Melvyn Bragg narrates The Hired Man in first major concert in 20 years by Caroline Hanks-Farmer

Howard Goodall and Melvyn Bragg’s rousing 1984 musical The Hired Man will receive its first major concert presentation in over twenty years at London’s Cadogan Hall on 22 September 2016,…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 05:06AM

Soapbox: I had to fight to get Access to Work funding for hearing aids by Soapbox

Being a hearing-impaired actor comes with its challenges, but none as difficult as trying to source government funding for discreet hearing aids.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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2016 St Kilda Film Festival Nominations Announced by Arts Review

Australia’s longest-standing and publicly owned short film festival, the St Kilda Film Festival, has announced this year’s award nominees who are in the running for more than $50,000 wo…

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Rebel Wilson to star in Guys and Dolls in the West End by David Hutchison

Rebel Wilson will join the West End cast of Guys and Dolls for an eight week run in the summer. The Australian

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Theatre News: Rebel Wilson to make West End debut in Guys and Dolls

The Pitch Perfect star will take over from Samantha Spiro as Miss Adelaide next month

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Breaking News: Rebel Wilson To Play Miss Adelaide In London GUYS AND DOLLS by BroadwayWorld

Rebel Wilson has tweeted that she is to join the West End cast of Guys and Dolls for a limited engagement, playing Miss Adelaide.

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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The Winter’s Tale by Arts Review

On the 400th anniversary of the Bard’s death, Class Act Theatre presents The Winter’s Tale – a timeless classic romance of jealousy and forgiveness reimagined in a modern sett…

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Maxine Peake to star in A Streetcar Named Desire in Manchester by Chris Wiegand

Exclusive: Actor will portray Blanche DuBois in Sarah Frankcom production of Tennessee Williams playThe role was originated by Jessica Tandy, played on stage and screen by Vivien Leigh and h…

Linked From The Guardian at 03:20AM

Review: ‘Garbage Kids’ at Venus Theatre Company by Michael Poandl

The new play Garbage Kids by Baltimore-based playwright Jayme Kilburn, now receiving its world premiere at Venus Theatre Company, is a cleverly plotted emotional booby trap. The first act is…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 03:12AM
Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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School of Hard Knocks to sing up a storm in Brisbane and Melbourne by Arts Review

The School of Hard Knocks is excited to present not one, but two fabulous Singers Festivals in Brisbane and Melbourne this coming June. The Brisbane and Melbourne International Singers Fes…

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Family plans to finish what Cementland creator started by Ashley Jost St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Melissa Giovanna “Gigi” Zompa Cassilly, Bob’s Cassilly's widow, is working on plans for the future of the 55-acre industrial playground.

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Top 50 musical theatre composers of all time (20-11) by Mark Shenton

This is part of a series of five posts detailing the top 50 musical theatre composers of all time. Compiled by The

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Phil Willmott: 10 things every musical theatre composer should know by Phil Willmott

 For the past decade or so, a significant percentage of my income has come from writing musicals. This may surprise you: it

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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‘Hadestown’ Brings New Orleans Style To Orpheus & Eurydice Tale – Review by Jeremy Gerard

By sheer happenstance — because sometimes in New York it can seem that everything really is happening somewhere nearby — I saw a revival of Tennessee Williams’ lyrically o…

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Review: Ana Marina Launches Solo Career with debut album ‘Haunted’ by Bobbi-Lea Dionysius

Ana Marina has built an international career in musical theatre, which has included the role of Cosette in the 10th Anniversary production of Les Miserables and Emma Carew in Jekyll and Hyde…

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Tuesday, May 24, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Off-Broadway Revival of YOU'RE A GOOD MAN, CHARLIE BROWN Begins Tonight! by BroadwayWorld

The York Theatre Company James Morgan, Producing Artistic Director Evans Haile, Interim Executive Director, dedicated to the development of new musicals and the preservation of musical gems …

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Drama Desk Panel with Gavin Creel, Warren Carlyle, Steven Pasquale and Jessica Vosk on REVIVING THE REVIVAL Set for Sardi's, Today by Lauren Yarger

Robin Milling moderates a Drama Desk discussion on Reviving Revivals with Gavin Creel, Warren Carlyle, Steven Pasquale and Jessica Vosk at Spring Lunch Panel at Sardi's.

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Nigel Lindsay to Replace Richard Kind in GUYS AND DOLLS in the West End, Performances Begin Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Nigel Lindsay will take over for Richard Kind as 'Nathan Detroit' in GUYS AND DOLLS at the Phoenix Theatre, beginning tonight May 24, the Daily Mail reports.

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CALL THE MIDWIFE's Helen George to Star in West End-Hopeful AFTER MISS JULIE on Tour, Opening Tonight! by Jessica Khan

Helen George, well known as 'Trixie' from BBC's CALL THE MIDWIFE, will star onstage in AFTER MISS JULIE, Patrick Marber's adaptation of August Strindberg's classic.

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Once More With Feeling, A Local ‘Hair’ Cavorts At The Kravis by Bill Hirschman

Hair never was and isn’t now accurate reportage on the 1968 counter-culture,any more than Oklahoma was a faithful account of homesteading on the eve of statehood. But what the raw material…

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Empathy School and Love Story by Amelia Parenteau

There’s a density of experience in being alone that is almost irreconcilable. Almost impenetrable. Some people call it a void but I find it totally not void-y. It’s. Unavoidable.

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Fun Home's Emily Skeggs & Judy Kuhn Return to the House on Maple Avenue by Lindsey Sullivan

It all comes back! Fun Home favorites Emily Skeggs and Judy Kuhn will return to the Circle in the Square Theatre on May 24. Both nabbed 2015 Tony Award nominations for their respective roles…

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‘Salome,’ ‘Avenue Q,’ ‘Yerma’ are major Hayes Award winners by Nelson Pressley

“Dear Evan Hansen” takes the prize for top musical.

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The 2016 Helen Hayes Awards

The full list of winners of the Washington region’s best-known annual honors.

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Why do we find it so hard to move on from the 80s? by Arts Review

Why is it that the current darling of the pop scene, Taylor Swift, called her best-selling album (released in 2014) 1989? It was, granted, the year of her birth – but among her inspira…

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All-Kid Charlie Brown Musical Begins Previews Tonight Off-Broadway by Robert Viagas

The spring theatre production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown features a cast of young actors.

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'Vaults Of Heaven' At Bellarmine by Susan Dunne

Turkey is a predominantly Islamic country, but that wasn't always the case. For more than 1,000 years during the Byzantine Empire, Eastern Orthodox Christianity thrived. That empire ceased t…

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Artists Without Walls Returns to The Cell Theatre Tonight by Olivia Clement

The evening of performances is aimed at bringing diverse cultures together through the arts and collaboration.

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All-Female Taming of the Shrew Begins Tonight in Central Park by Robert Viagas

Janet McTeer, Cush Jumbo, Donna Lynne Champlin and Candy Buckley star in the free Public Theater production.

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Nick Payne's Incognito Opens Tonight by Olivia Clement

The U.S. premiere stars Geneva Carr, Morgan Spector, Charlie Cox and Heather Lind.

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All-Kid Charlie Brown Musical Opens Tonight Off-Broadway by Robert Viagas

The spring theatre production of You’re a Good Man, Charlie Brown features a cast of young actors.

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Celebrating Jerry Herman's Mame at 50 (Video) by Playbill Staff

Watch Angela Lansbury and other stars perform the Jerry Herman score.

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How Did This Casting Intern Land His Job at Roundabout? by Olivia Clement

The young theatregoer juggles school, a job at TodayTix and a busy internship at one of the city’s leading theatres.

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Capturing the Start of the Gay Movement Through Oscar Wilde’s Story by Harry Haun

With The Judas Kiss at BAM, actor Rupert Everett takes on a Wilde Everest.

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