Wednesday, September 5, 2018

BREAKING: BE MORE CHILL to Play The Lyceum Theatre on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld has learned that the sold-out hit Off-Broadway musical BE MORE CHILL will be transferring to Broadway later this season.

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Monday, September 3, 2018

socializing with: George Salazar, a ‘Be More Chill’ Star, Heats Up Online by Alexis Soloski

How did an Off Broadway actor wrangle so many followers on Instagram? He hid in the bathroom.

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Saturday, August 18, 2018

Stage Directions: What Is Jerry Mitchell’s No. 1 Rule of Directing? by Mervyn Rothstein

Having learned from legends like Agnes de Mille and Jerome Robbins, the director-choreographer shares the philosphy that led him to hits like Hairspray, Kinky Boots, and this summer’s …

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Friday, August 17, 2018

Brantley in Britain: What’s in a List? Two Critics on Theater’s Special Relationship by Ben Brantley

Ben Brantley and his London counterpart Michael Billington find much that’s enthralling about the state of playwriting in their countries.

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Thursday, August 16, 2018

What could be the hottest show on Broadway still lacks star power by Michael Riedel

Without a star above the title, it’s hard for a new American play to get to Broadway. That’s the number-one gripe that producers, agents, investors and actors have about the business. Ye…

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Here’s How Broadway Marketers Use Deceptive Tactics to Make Their Shows Look Better by John Bonazzo

'Gettin' the Band Back Together' is the latest show attempting to trick consumers.

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Wednesday, August 15, 2018

In This ‘Oklahoma!,’ She Loves Her and He Loves Him by Laura Collins-Hughes

A production with same-sex leads is one of many signs that directors are approaching the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic with new eyes.

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Monday, August 13, 2018

Eric Rosen leaves KC Rep with legacy of national stature | The Kansas City Star by Robert W. Butler

After nearly a decade on the job, he is preparing to step down as artistic director of Kansas City Repertory Theatre. It’s a time to reflect on his accomplishments.

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Saturday, August 11, 2018

The Strange David and Goliath Saga of Radio Frequencies | WIRED by David Zweig

Random Farms, and tens of thousands of other theater companies, schools, churches, broadcasters, and myriad other interests across the country, need to buy new wireless microphones. The majo…

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A master telemarketer at Goodman Theatre shares her tips by Lisa Bertagnoli

A superstar telemarketer at Goodman Theatre wants to get you on the line. She’s pretty sure she can do it.

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Thursday, August 9, 2018

What will happen to the Tonys if Les Moonves leaves CBS by Michael Riedel

Les Moonves, the embattled head of CBS, once told me: “The Tony Awards are part of this network’s heritage. The telecast is a money-loser for CBS, but there are certain things that are m…

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Bull Durham Ensnared in Alleged Fraud by Marc Hershberg

Investors in 'Bull Durham' were allegedly caught stealing as the show bolted for Broadway.

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Breaking: Amy Morton Slated to Direct All-Female Broadway Production of GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS by BroadwayWorld

Tony Award nominee Amy Morton is confirmed to direct an all-female cast in the new Broadway production of GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS.

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‘Tootsie’ musical to open on Broadway in April 2019 by Deadline

"Tootsie," the musical adaptation of the hit 1982 Dustin Hoffman comedy, will begin previews March 29, 2019, at the Marquis Theatre, with an opening date of Tuesday, April 23.

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After Years Helping to Reinvent 42nd Street, Cora Cahan Will Step Down by Amanda Svachula

Over 28 years, the arts administrator helped spearhead the refurbishment of a once-seedy district and kept several classic theaters in use.

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Wednesday, August 8, 2018

John Glines, Tony Winning Producer and Playwright, Passes Away by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of John Glines, a Tony winning producer and playwright.

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Tuesday, August 7, 2018

New Revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel to End Broadway Run by Andy Lefkowitz

The talent-filled revival of Rodgers & Hammerstein's Carousel, starring Jessie Mueller and Joshua Henry, will conclude its run at the Imperial Theatre on September 16. The new stagin…

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Encores! Off-Center's Songs for a New World to Be Preserved on Cast Album by Andy Lefkowitz

Encores! Off-Center's acclaimed summer staging of Jason Robert Brown's popular song cycle Songs for a New World will receive an original cast recording from Ghostlight Records. Kate …

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Sunday, August 5, 2018

Review: Hit Songs to Sin By in a Smashing ‘Moulin Rouge!’ by Ben Brantley

The movie that heralded the jukebox musical has been reinvented as a jukebox musical on its very own terms at the Emerson Colonial Theater in Boston.

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Friday, August 3, 2018

Rosie O'Donnell Will Lead Broadway Stars in Protest at the White House Monday by Stephanie Wild

AP has reported that Rosie O'Donnell will lead cast members from some of Broadway's biggest musicals in a protest outside the White House on Monday.

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Thursday, August 2, 2018

The hype around ‘Moulin Rouge! The Musical’ is growing by Michael Riedel

Moolah-la: They’re sure spending a lot of money on “Moulin Rouge! The Musical.” The stage adaptation of Baz Luhrmann’s vertigo-inducing movie musical is budgeted at $30 million — a…

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Wednesday, August 1, 2018

Twelfth Night Reviews, News, and Features by BroadwayStars

A collection of links from BroadwayStars

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The provocative Mike Daisey is a straight-shooter in his solo show about guns. by Peter Marks

The monologuist is back at Woolly Mammoth Theatre for “The Story of the Gun.”

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INTERVIEW: The last five weeks have been busy for Jason Robert Brown, the 48-year-old composer, lyricist, arranger, orchestrator and performer. There was an acclaimed Encores! run of his 199…

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10 Most-Produced High School Plays and Musicals of 2017–2018 by Sarah Jane Arnegger

Over 4,000 high schools participated in the 80th annual survey, conducted by the Educational Theatre Association.

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Melissa Errico and Charlotte Moore in Conversation by Victoria Myers

Charlotte Moore, co-founded of Irish Repertory Theatre, and Melissa Errico discuss their production of On a Clear Day You Can See Forever, and their experiences working together as “two st…

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5 Shows to See in New York: ‘Pretty Woman,’ ‘Be More Chill’ and More by Jesse Green

August turns out to be a month for musicals, with science fiction, a Hollywood rom-com and dueling garage bands on the agenda.

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Mark Shenton: Theatre must navigate the choppy waters of cultural change by Catherine Gerbrands

Theatremakers and critics are being forced to chart challenging cultural waters, alert to new sensitivities that their work and words may provoke.

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Tuesday, July 31, 2018

What Do 525 Ventriloquists Do at a Convention? Ask Their Dummies by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Scenes from an annual “vent” gathering in Kentucky, where puppets rule and their masters crave respect for an unappreciated art form.

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Christine Ebersole at Steppenwolf: Flawless technique and a strange 'SNL' story by Chris Jones

You might recall Christine Ebersole was once on “Saturday Night Live” (same cast as Eddie Murphy and Tim Kazurinsky). You might now know that she got the gig after smoking the right join…

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Monday, July 30, 2018

CBS CEO Leslie Moonves Will Remain at Work Amid Sexual Misconduct Investigation | Hollywood Reporter by Georg Szalai and Paul Bond

The company's board of directors is lining up outside counsel to investigate claims in The New Yorker.

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Broadway’s ‘Pretty Woman’ Tops $1M In Seven-Show Week; ‘Head Over Heels’ Totters by Greg Evans

Pretty Woman played seven previews to nearly SRO audiences and Mean Girls set another house record, but the Go-Go’s musical Head Over Heels just couldn’t find its footing as it o…

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Sir Ian McKellen Talks King Lear, His Career, and Gay Rights Activism on Amanpour by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony-winning actor reflects on his love of the stage and tackling yet another Shakespeare play.

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Lincoln Center TKTS booth to display prices, not discounts, on boards by Caitlin Huston

The Theater Development Fund is making changes to its Lincoln Center TKTS booth as a trial run for its other locations. Beginning Aug. 1, the discount ticket booth at the Lincoln Center will…

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CBS This Morning Goes Inside New Musical Dave by Ruthie Fierberg

The morning show goes backstage with director Tina Landau and stars Drew Gehling and Mamie Paris at the show now playing at D.C.'s Arena Stage.

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PBS Will Broadcast U.K. An American in Paris and The Sound of Music in November by Andrew Gans

The Great Performances series will also feature documentaries about John Leguizamo’s Latin History for Morons and Tony winner Harold Prince.

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Artistic Directors: Let’s Do Better by American Theatre Editors

Four theatre leaders give 'vision statements' in response to the question: How does the role of artistic director need to change in the 21st century?

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Saturday, July 28, 2018

A Rough Rehearsal, a Suicide and a Broadway Show in Turmoil by Michael Paulson

The death of Jeff Loeffelholz, a longtime standby actor in “Chicago,” has rattled the cast and brought attention to workplace behavior on Broadway.

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Actors recall living in fear of Jerome Robbins -- yet dying to work with him by Barbara Hoffman

It’s a legend that even now, 20 years after Jerome Robbins’ death, threatens to define him: While berating his actors, he stepped farther and farther back on stage until he toppled into …

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Friday, July 27, 2018

The Kennedy Center Honors are taking a risk by awarding ‘Hamilton’ — but it’s worth it by Peter Marks

The musical’s section is heartening tribute to American theater

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Ben Brantley Apologizes Over New York Times Review For HEAD OVER HEELS by Alan Henry

Late Thursday evening, following the publication of the New York Times theatre review of Head Over Heels, members of the Broadway community took to social media to express outrage over a rev…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Will Join James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, More in BBC’s His Dark Materials by Andrew Gans

Jack Thorne penned the eight-part series based on the fantasy novels.

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West End front of house worker steps into leading role to avoid show cancellation | WhatsOnStage by Ben Hewis

Jennifer Caldwell was called upon during a production of Knights of the Rose

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Head Over Heels Reviews, News, and Features by BroadwayStars

Here is a list of all the Head Over Heels articles on BroadwayStars.

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Brushing Up Your Shakespeare, By the Book or Not by Eric Grode

Shakespeare finds his way into many a musical, from faithful adaptations to breakthrough works like “Hair.”

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Finding Music in Shakespeare, Suffragists and Mitch McConnell by Michael Paulson

A rising star in musical theater, Shaina Taub is a fiercely political singer-songwriter who is writing the lyrics for her first Broadway show, with Elton John.

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Thursday, July 26, 2018

Gwyneth Paltrow’s musical ‘Head Over Heels’ is on thin ice by Michael Riedel

Broadway producer Gwyneth Paltrow skipped Thursday night’s opening of her show, “Head Over Heels,” the Go-Go’s musical, at the Hudson Theatre. Word is she stayed in Montauk, making w…

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Kathy Li Named Managing Director of Playwrights Foundation by American Theatre Editors

The San Francisco new-play incubator has a new leader.

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Wednesday, July 25, 2018

Hal Linden and Sally Struthers Will Join Ed Dixon and Mark Jacoby in Ogunquit’s U.S. Premiere of Grumpy Old Men Musical by Andrew Gans

Matt Lenz directs the limited engagement beginning August 8 at the Maine venue.

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Michael Grandage To Produce & Direct ‘Jack And Lem’ Kennedy Biopic by Greg Evans

Tony Award-winning director Michael Grandage will produce and direct Jack and Lem, a feature film chronicling the thirty-year friendship between John F. Kennedy and Kirk Lemoyne “Le…

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43 Photos for 43 Years of A Chorus Line by Hannah Vine

The production opened July 25, 1975, at the Shubert Theatre.

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Tuesday, July 24, 2018

‘Hamilton’ Filmed Performance With Lin-Manuel Miranda Could Hit Big Screen: Report by Greg Evans

A week after Netflix announced it will film Bruce Springsteen’s hotter-than-hot one-man Broadway show for streaming in December, a similar – but big-screen – plan reportedl…

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Theater Patrons Not Going Gaga Over Go-Go’s Musical by Charles Passy

‘Head Over Heels,’ a new Broadway show featuring music by the 1980s all-female band, has posted weak ticket sales in previews

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Diane Paulus and Alex Rudzinski Will Direct NBC’s Hair Live! by Andrew Gans

The live broadcast is scheduled for May 19, 2019.

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Tanglewood Bernstein Celebration, With Jessica Vosk and Tony Yazbeck, Will Be Broadcast on PBS by Andrew Gans

Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald will host the tribute to the late composer.

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Monday, July 23, 2018

‘Pretty Woman’ Musical Arrives To Full Houses; Broadway’s Total B.O. Tops $36M by Greg Evans

Broadway’s Pretty Woman: The Musical showed other summer newcomers how it’s done. Though it performed only two previews during the season’s Week 8, the show with the big ti…

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How Yul Brynner Occasionally ‘Opted Out’ of His Number in The King and I by Seth Rudetsky

This week in the life of Seth Rudetsky, Seth shares stories from Judy Kuhn’s time in King and I, Paul Castree’s crazy audition for Tommy Tune, and more.

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Theatre Doesn’t Take A Summer Vacation by Victoria Myers

Between Broadway seasons in New York City, the theatre world is not nearly as quiet as you might imagine. The summer months have become increasingly packed with theatre festivals. We talked …

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Sunday, July 22, 2018

Do You Know Broadway’s 15 Shortest-Running Shows That Won Tony Awards? by Hannah Vine

These shows didn’t last long, but they still left as winners on Broadway’s biggest night.

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Saturday, July 21, 2018

WATCH: Tony Winner Donna Murphy Gets Emotional Describing Her Take on Hello, Dolly’s Dolly Gallagher Levi by Ruthie Fierberg

The actor reveals new insight into the backstory she’s created and her favorite Dolly moment.

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Look Back at the 1976 Revival of Guys and Dolls On Broadway by Hannah Vine

The production opened July 21, 1976, at the Broadway Theatre.

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Thursday, July 12, 2018

Tony Winner Ivo van Hove to Direct 'West Side Story' on Broadway (Exclusive) by David Rooney

The Belgian avant-garde theater-maker will collaborate with modern dance choreographer Anne Teresa De Keersmaeker on the first major American revival to depart radically from the original Je…

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Sunday, May 20, 2018

Patricia Morison, 103, Dies; Broadway’s First Kate to Be Kissed by David Belcher

After failing to hit it big as a Hollywood actress, Ms. Morison became a star of the musical stage in “Kiss Me, Kate” and “The King and I.”

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Monday, April 16, 2018

Courtroom Drama: Producer Offers to Stage Disputed ‘Mockingbird’ for Judge by Michael Paulson and Alexandra Alter

The disagreement over the characterization of Atticus Finch expands to a second lawsuit between the producers and the Lee estate.

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Kennedy Center charges 'Hamilton' ticket buyers more than advertised; computer blamed by Peggy McGlone

The Kennedy Center said customers would be charged the amount cited during the transaction, not the higher amount.

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Monday, April 2, 2018

'Jesus Christ Superstar Live in Concert': TV Review by David Rooney

John Legend, Sara Bareilles, 'Hamilton' veteran Brandon Victor Dixon and Alice Cooper headline NBC's Easter Sunday special, performing the 1971 rock opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rice.

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Sunday, March 25, 2018

Mark Rylance is one of Our Greatest Living Actors - Vox by Constance Grady

Which might sound weird to say, if you haven’t seen him onstage.

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Thursday, March 22, 2018

Meet the 10 Hottest Chorus Girls in 2018 Broadway Shows

These 10 sexy chorus gals will set hearts pumping in this spring’s Broadway musicals

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Meet the 10 Hottest Chorus Boys in 2018 Broadway Shows

These 10 sexy chorus guys will set hearts pumping in this spring’s Broadway musicals

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Wednesday, March 21, 2018

The Agony and Ecstasy of Writing Negative Reviews by Jesse Green

The Parrotheads were after me. Parrotheads are fans of the singer-songwriter Jimmy Buffett and I am the co-chief theater critic for The New York Times. Normally our flight paths would not…

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Why theater professionals are looking to football to increase diversity by Caitlin Huston

Theater and football may have something in common. The League of Professional Theatre Women, an advocacy group for women in theater, is taking a note from the National Football League and as…

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Bruce Springsteen Extends Broadway Run Into December by Jem Aswad

Bruce Springsteen will extend his “Springsteen on Broadway” one-man show until December 15, he announced today. Eighty-one additional shows will go on sale for performances July 10 thro…

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Tuesday, March 20, 2018

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Comes to Broadway - Vogue by Adam Green

photographed by ANNIE LEIBOVITZ On a wintry morning, I find myself in an airplane hangar–size soundstage in Astoria, Queens. It’s one of the few spaces in New York City vast enough to ac…

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Let Them Be Your Stars Again: NBC’s Smash Could Get a Stage Reboot by Halle Kiefer

As any faithful Smash fan/foe knows, Katharine McPhee is currently poised to assume the lead role in Waitress this April. Did their former star’s rise to actual Broadway inspire the creato…

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Lauren Yee, playwright on the verge by Steve Appleford

A real moment of dread came early in the rehearsals for “Cambodian Rock Band.” In Lauren Yee’s new play, a musician trapped in a country ripped apart by revolution and genocide announc…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Review: ‘Fiddler on the Roof’ at the Museum of Jewish Heritage by Deb Miller

One of the most beloved musicals in Broadway history, Fiddler on the Roof has made a smashing comeback in New York with the National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene’s Off-Off-Broadway produ…

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Upcoming Equity Auditions Sunday, Sep. 23 by Audition Roundup

Updated this week Check out upcoming Equity Auditions from Sunday, September 23, 2018 for both productions in your area and around the country including whatwhenwhere and how to audition

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BWW TV: FINDING NEVERLAND Gets Ready to Fly Away on Tour; Go Inside Rehearsals! by Tv - On The Road

We're taking you inside the rehearsal room for a special sneak peek of the show before it arrives ina city near you

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The Charmed Life of Rezo Gabriadze: Tbilisi’s Hottest Ticket by (jdstokely)

By Dominick DeGaetano. Dominick DeGaetano takes us to Tbilisi, Georgia’s beloved marionette theatre, the Gabriadze, which was built and runs on the vision of single man, eighty-two-year-ol…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Movie Musicals Night With Live Orchestra And West End Stars Comes to The Passenger Shed by BroadwayWorld

An evening of your favourite Musical Theatre songs from the big screen is coming to the South-West. You favourite songs from the glorious technicolor world of the Wizard of Oz through to las…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

The Buzz on “Stan and Ollie” by Trav S.D.

For over a year and a half now now, my little backwater of the internet has been a-titter with the news that a new bio-pic about Laurel and Hardy was in the works starring John C. Reilly and…

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BWW's On This Day - September 23, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 23 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Opinion: Theatremaker on a Budget: Cut that spending! by Holly Bond

The last good bit of news I had was that my mum’s friend from work has a life size Idris Elba cut out. After scrolling forever through Amazon trying to find the ‘right Idris’ for a set…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Cast Announced For London Musical Theatre Orchestra’s Camelot at the Palladium by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The London Musical Theatre Orchestra has announced casting for their concert version of Camelot at the London Palladium on 6 October 2018. Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot re…

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What do @sixthemusical's creators @marlowandmoss think of being labelled the British answer to #HamiltonLDN? Who's everyone's fave queen? WATCH Faves

Are you a diehard fan of the SIX queens yet? You'll love them even more after watching this fun-filled post-show Q&A that Faves founder Terri Paddock chaired with the cast (still in costume)…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

‘The evening is full of invention’: ARABIAN NIGHTS – Hoxton Hall by Tom Bolton

It is in the telling of the tales, though, that Arabian Nights really comes alive. Iris Theatre uses a spectacular array of puppets, from a towering, glowing-eyed King Shahryar to birds, shi…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Steel review – sisters beaten by the system by Clare Brennan

Crucible Studio, SheffieldThin characterisation and half-formed scenes mar this play about women, race and Labour politics set in a northern cityChris Bush’s new play, directed by Rebecca …

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My Feminist Boner review – gloriously unsubtle by Luke Jennings

The Place, LondonSarah Blanc doesn’t pull her punches in her commentary on the beauty industry. Plus, ballet’s most famous star in a cinema near you…The performer and choreographer Sar…

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16 Broadway Shows That Closed Before Opening Night by Hannah Vine

All of these shows began previews on Broadway but never made it to opening night.

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Melbourne Fringe: Circus-Cision by Arts Review

Head First Acrobatics were scheduled to bring their award-winning show Elixir to Melbourne Fringe 2018. Due to an injury, instead we got Circus-Cision – a variety show of “Those tha…

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Melbourne Fringe: Matriarch by Arts Review

Written and performed by Sandy Greenwood, Matriarch aims to give some insight into Greenwood’s life, and important events affecting the three generations of Gumbaynggirr mothers before her…

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Melbourne Fringe – Claire Healy: (Get A) Real Job by Arts Review

A singer, songwriter, and musician, Claire Healy has had an eccentric employment history. How will she spin this into marketable skills when she feels that it’s time to (Get A) Real Job? I…

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Sunday, September 23, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Resident Acting Company in Reading of Shaw's DON JUAN IN HELL September 24 at Players Club by Byrne Harrison

This fall, The Resident Acting Company, a new troupe drawn from the performing ensemble of The Pearl Theatre Company, will present "The Language Series," a new readings series at The Players…

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Intractable Woman Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Stefano Massini's drama, presented by PlayCo, brings to life the story of assassinated journalist Anna Politkovskaya.

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Broadway’s Andy Mientus Shares an Exclusive Excerpt From His Debut Novel by Ruthie Fierberg

The Smash and Spring Awakening actor tells Playbill about writing The Backstagers.

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