Saturday, January 11, 2020

Robin Wagner: A Career Designed to Impress « Stage Directions by Ellis Nassour

Without a doubt, it’s fair to say Wagner is one of contemporary American theater’s most successful and respected scenic designers. He has over 55 solo Broadway credits (since 1966’s sh…

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Tuesday, December 31, 2019

Jack Garfein, Acclaimed Director and Producer, Dies at 89 by Andrew Gans

The Czechoslovakian-born artist directed the Broadway productions of Girls of Summer, The Shadow of a Gunman, and more.

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Saturday, November 30, 2019

Broadway Theater Stands Up to Serial Suer And Wins by Marc Hershberg

Last year, Evelyn Castillo sued the Broadway landlord in federal court over its policy blocking guests from bringing outside food into its theaters.

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Wednesday, November 27, 2019

Megan Hilty On Her Wild Broadway Beginnings And What She Learned Along Her Journey by Jeryl Brunner

As she embarks on a special concert with Jessie Mueller and Seth Rudetsky, we caught up with the TV and Broadway star.

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Nederlander Reclaims Control of National Theatre by Marc Hershberg

After almost four decades, the Nederlander family has regained control of the National Theatre.

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

Catching Up With Sutton Foster by Jeryl Brunner

The Younger star reveals her hopes for Liza and what it's like to revive The Music Man on Broadway.

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Tuesday, November 12, 2019

Director Sammi Cannold Brings A Groundbreaking Evita To City Center by Jeryl Brunner

Devoted to telling the story of theFirst Lady of Argentina, this director offers a unique context into Eva Perón’s world

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Sunday, November 10, 2019

Broadway’s Dirty Secret by Helen Lewis

Ivo Van Hove’s success shows how much American commercial theater relies on European state funding.

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Wednesday, July 31, 2019

‘Cabaret,’ ‘Phantom of the Opera’ and More: Hal Prince’s Hits Transformed Broadway by Nancy Coleman

When Mr. Prince died on Wednesday at age 91, he left behind several lifetimes’ worth of directing and producing successes.

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Harold Prince, Winner of 21 Tony Awards & Director/Producer of Phantom, Cabaret & More, Dies at 91 by Andy Lefkowitz

Harold Prince, the prolific producer and director who shepherded to Broadway such groundbreaking works as Sweeney Todd, West Side Story, Cabaret, Fiddler on the Roof and the record-breaking …

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The Theater Community Mourns the Loss of Harold Prince by Matthew Wexler

The theater community mourns the loss of legendary director and producer Hal Prince. The post The Theater Community Mourns the Loss of Harold Prince appeared first on The BroadwayBlog.

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Hal Prince, famed ‘Phantom of the Opera’ director, dead at 91 by Barbara Hoffman

Dim all the marquee lights on Broadway — Harold Prince, the producer and director behind many of the American theater’s greatest musicals, died Wednesday at 91, after a brief illness. In…

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The Theatre Community Remembers Broadway Titan Harold Prince by Playbill Staff

The prolific producer-director died at 91.

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Broadway Legend Hal Prince Dead at 91, Winner of 21 Tony Awards, the Most Ever, Produced “Cabaret,” “West Side Story,” Most Sondheim Shows by Roger Friedman

Hal Prince, quite literally the prince of Broadway and maybe the King, has died at age 91. Really, this incredible legendary figure

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Hal Prince, Giant of Broadway and Tony Award Collector, Dies at 91 by Bruce Weber

Mr. Prince helped bring to life a stunning lineup of shows: “Cabaret,” “Sweeney Todd,” and Broadway’s longest-running spectacle — “The Phantom of the Opera.”

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Hal Prince, Broadway legend, has died at 91. by Michael Paulson

Breaking news: Harold (Hal) Prince, a longtime producer and director who was one of the most significant figures in the history of Broadway, has died at 91. Among his many distinctions -- he…

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Broadway producer and director Hal Prince dies at age 91 by Caitlin Huston

Veteran Broadway producer and director Hal Prince has died at age 91. Over his long career in the theater, Prince received 21 Tony Awards, including three special Tonys, marking the most Ton…

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Monday, June 10, 2019

Broadway Box Office Hits Pre-Tony $35M; ‘Network’ Signs Off On Schedule With Bryan Cranston Win & House Records by Greg Evans

The annual post-Tony shake-out of Broadway closings has yet to get underway, but the pre-scheduled departure of Network last week saw the Bryan Cranston starrer set a couple of records on it…

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James Corden Tweets Credit For “James In The Bathroom” Tonys Parody, Calls Joe Iconis Original His Favorite Song Of Season by Greg Evans

UPDATE with George Salazar, Joe Iconis responses James Corden is giving some Be More Chill credit where it’s due. After drawing some online criticism for not tipping off the national Tony …

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Tony Awards Ratings Stumble As Stanley Cup Scores For NBC & Boston Bruins by Dominic Patten

Hadestown and The Ferryman were the big winners on Broadway’s big night on CBS Sunday, but when it comes to the ratings, the Boston Bruins and NBC were the real victors. Hosted by a more m…

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Tony Awards Review: No Surprises As James Corden, ‘Hadestown’ & ‘Ferryman’ Show How To Get A Job Done by Greg Evans

There were no big surprises or major upsets tonight at the 73rd Annual Tony Awards, as Hadestown, The Ferryman, Bryan Cranston and Elaine May took the trophies they were meant to take, overt…

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To Kill a Mockingbird's Celia Keenan-Bolger Wins First Tony Award by Lindsey Sullivan

Hats off to Celia Keenan-Bolger, who has won her first Tony Award! She triumphed in the Best Featured Actress in a Play category for her incredible performance as Scout Finch in To Kill a Mo…

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The Best-Dressed Broadway Stars on the 2019 Tony Awards Red Carpet by Caitlin Moynihan

The 2019 Tony Awards has officially begun, which means dozens of Tony hopefuls are showing off their fiercest smize and poses on the red carpet before heading in to the ceremony at Radio Cit…

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Broadway Legend André De Shields Wins First Tony Award for Hadestown by Caitlin Moynihan

André De Shields was just named a Tony Award winner for his show-stopping turn as Hermes in the new musical Hadestown. The win was announced at the 2019 Tony Awards ceremony on June 9 at R…

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Elaine May, Iconic Star of The Waverly Gallery, Wins First Tony Award by Caitlin Moynihan

Elaine May, the 87-year-old stage-and-screen legend, just received her first Tony Award for her moving performance as Gladys in the Broadway premiere of Kenneth Lonergan's The Waverly Galler…

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The Boys in the Band Wins 2019 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play by Eric King

The Broadway-premiere mounting of Mart Crowley's iconic work The Boys in the Band has won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Play. The Joe Mantello-helmed staging was honored at th…

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Oklahoma! Standout Ali Stroker Breaks Ground with First Tony Award Win by Eric King

We cain't say no! Ali Stroker has won the 2019 Tony Award for Best Featured Actress in a Musical for her portrayal of Ado Annie in Oklahoma! The stage-and-screen fave was honored at the…

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Friday, May 24, 2019
Thursday, May 23, 2019

‘Almost Famous’ musical is almost ready to rock Broadway by Michael Riedel

It’s going to be Cameron Crowe vs. Alanis Morissette at the Tonys next year. Morissette’s “Jagged Little Pill” begins previews in the fall at the Broadhurst Theatre. But it could be …

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Malcolm Ewen has died at 64, a Steppenwolf stage manager and a calming voice by Chris Jones

Malcolm Ewen’s first foray into a life in the theater was in his hometown of Winnetka, in a middle school production of “The Hither and Thither of Danny Dither.” He played the role of …

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

10 Formidable Actors Starring on Broadway This Season by Mark Robinson

These actors are giving audiences a masterclass

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Saturday, May 18, 2019

TodayTix Banks $73 Million to Boost Theater and Arts Ticketing App by Todd Spangler

TodayTix, a Broadway-born mobile ticketing start-up, is looking to expand into a bigger global media and transaction enterprise with a capital infusion of $73 million led by private-equity f…

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Friday, May 17, 2019

Network's Bryan Cranston, Hadestown Among 2019 Drama League Award Winners by Ryan McPhee

The annual ceremony, culminating in the presentation of the coveted Distinguished Performance Award, took place May 17.

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How Annette Bening Puts It All Onstage. But Keeps Something for Herself. by Alexis Soloski

The film star is nominated for a Tony for “All My Sons,” a play with which she has a personal connection.

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David Byrne to Bring American Utopia to Broadway and Boston by Ryan McPhee

The Scottish-American singer-songwriter heads to the New York theatre stage himself after penning the scores of Here Lies Love and Joan of Arc: Into the Fire.

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Caught in the Middle of #MeToo: Unions That Represent Accusers and Accused by Michael Cooper

From the shop floors of factories to ballet’s grandest stages, unions are rethinking how they balance their responsibilities in sexual harassment cases.

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the Tony Awards: 30 Minutes Before Curtain: Hugs, Prayers, Laughter and Noise by Laura Collins-Hughes and Darryn King

Things are tense and tingly enough before the curtain rises at any time of the year. What’s it like during prize season?

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

‘Cinderella’ musical gives Prince Charming a gay twist by Michael Riedel

Broadway’s power brokers took time out from Tony season this week to fly to London to see “Cinderella,” the new musical from Andrew Lloyd Webber. The heat is intense on this one, not o…

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He Takes Us to the Underworld in ‘Hadestown.’ And We’re Glad to Go. by Laura Collins-Hughes

Fifty years into his stage career, André De Shields cherishes the ability to change what is to come.

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Daniel Fish’s ‘White Noise’ Set for American Debut by Peter Libbey

The fall season at N.Y.U. Skirball Center will also include 10 interdisciplinary performance works by artists like John Kelly and Mette Ingvartsen.

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Friday, May 10, 2019

How ‘Drunk Shakespeare’ Became a Stage Franchise by Cara Joy David

Five actors, many drinks, short-and-silly scripts and a party atmosphere generated good buzz in New York — and a second edition in Chicago.

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‘Network’ Director Ivo Van Hove On Old Movies, New Dances, David Bowie And What ‘All About Eve’ & ‘West Side Story’ Say Today – Tony by Greg Evans

Network, All About Eve, West Side Story – a really good day’s Netflix queue as well as the latest entries on the resume of Belgian-born theater director Ivo van Hove. Tony-nominated for …

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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Catfight erupts among theater critics over ‘Hadestown’ by Michael Riedel

Critics are always sniping at something, but the real fun begins when they start sniping at one another. The members of the New York Drama Critics’ Circle got into a heated exchange last w…

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‘Scotland, PA’ 2001 Cult Film Set For Off Broadway Musical Adaptation by Greg Evans

A new musical based on the 2001 cult film Scotland, PA will get its world premiere in September at the Roundabout Theatre Company’s Off Broadway stage, the company announced today. Directe…

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Nicholas Hytner Plans 2nd New Theater in London by Alex Marshall

The as-yet-unnamed venue is scheduled to open in King’s Cross in 2021. His most recent opened in Southeast London in 2017.

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Tuesday, May 7, 2019

UPDATE Once Powerhouse “Book of Mormon” Has Third Bad Week in a Row as Broadway Box Office Continues Slump by Roger Friedman

UPDATE I told you last week that the once powerful “Book of Mormon” had gone on discount at ticket brokers, and there

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Monday, May 6, 2019

Tootsie, The Ferryman, Constitution, Win 2019 New York Drama Critics' Circle Awards by Ryan McPhee

The three productions will be celebrated at a May 13 reception.

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Diane Paulus to Direct Broadway Revival of 1776 by Ryan McPhee

The production will debut at the previously reported American Repertory Theater; a Los Angeles engagement will also precede the Broadway bow.

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Sunday, May 5, 2019

2019 Lucille Lortel Award Winners by New York Theater

in the 34th Annual Lucille Lortel Awards for Outstanding Achievement Off-Broadway. Full list of winners: Outstanding Play Outstanding Musical Outstanding Revival Outstanding Solo Show Fleaba…

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Saturday, May 4, 2019

Broadway Star André De Shields on ‘Hadestown,’ Tony Awards, Racism, Sexuality, and Fulfilling His Parents’ Dreams by Tim Teeman

André De Shields is marking his 50th year in show business in ‘Hadestown.’ In a candid interview with Tim Teeman, he talks coming out, racism, and fulfilling his parents' dreams.

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Photos: Meet the 2019 Tony Award Nominees by Jackson McHenry

Photographs by Erik Tanner. Welcome to Tony Awards season, when the stars of Broadway’s biggest shows are honored while still, in many cases, performing eight times a week. The day after t…

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Thursday, May 2, 2019

‘Tootsie’ writer went from garbage collector to Tony nominee by Michael Riedel

Robert Horn, Tony-nominated for his snappy book to “Tootsie,” knows all too well what it’s like to scrape out a living in New York while trying to break into the theater. He never play…

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Critic’s Notebook: The Broadway Musical Has a Man Problem by Amanda Hess

From “Kiss Me, Kate” to “Tootsie,” shows old and new are working to reflect today’s gender politics. Women fare better, but what about the mediocre men?

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Wednesday, May 1, 2019

Tony Awards predictions slugfest: 3 Experts track hottest races [Video & Audio Podcast] by Tom O'Neil

Tony Awards predictions experts Michael Musto (NewNowNext), Brian Lipton (Cititour) and I agree that “Hadestown” will win Best Musical, but we disagree on what rival is its biggest threa…

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Tonys 2019: Top 20 fascinating facts, records and stats about this year’s nominees by Jeffrey Kare

Out of all the nominees spread across the 26 categories at the 2018 Tony Awards, 20 of them stand out as particularly noteworthy. Check out the complete list of nominations here. The followi…

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2019 Tony Awards: Nominations Expose Rifts In Showbiz by Lee Seymour

Surprising snubs and unexpected nominations highlight an industry in contentious conversation with itself.

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

The 2019 Tony Award Nominations by The Tony Awards

Nominations in 26 competitive categories for the American Theatre Wing’s 73rd Annual Antoinette Perry “Tony” Awards® were announced today by Tony Award-winning actress Bebe Neuwirth, …

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Monday, April 29, 2019

Jo Sullivan Loesser Dies: Broadway Actress, Manager Of Frank Loesser Catalogue Was 91 by Greg Evans

Jo Sullivan Loesser, a Broadway actress who scored a Tony Award nomination for her performance in 1956’s The Most Happy Fella, married the show’s composer Frank Loesser in 1959 and after…

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Wednesday, April 24, 2019

Roth Sells Stake in Marquis Theatre by Marc Hershberg

The Marquis Theatre will soon have some new names on its ownership marquee.

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Women on Broadway Launches Spotlight Series to Push for Gender Parity in Theatre by Ruthie Fierberg

The annual Women’s Day on Broadway branches out with two May panels focused on parenthood and journalism in theatre.

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Monday, April 22, 2019

Meet Eva Price, Broadway's Powerhouse Entrepreneur by Lee Seymour

With two huge new shows under her watch, the Tony winner is blazing a path through a notoriously difficult industry.

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Tuesday, April 9, 2019

Ryan Murphy Sets Movie Adaptation of Hit Broadway Musical 'The Prom' at Netflix | Hollywood Reporter by Chris Gardner

Ryan Murphy took center stage at New York's Longacre Theatre Tuesday night to host a charity performance of 'The Prom,' ahead of which he revealed his intention to make a movie version of th…

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Monday, April 8, 2019

Women in Charge: Virginia Johnson by Allison Benedikt

What’s it like to be the woman who runs Dance Theatre of Harlem? On this episode of Women in Charge, Allison Benedikt talks to Virginia Johnson, artistic director and founding member of Da…

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Disney Investor Day Preview: Unanswered Questions About Disney+ by Andrew Wallenstein

As much as we already know about Disney+, there’s a lot we still don’t know. That’s about to change at an investor presentation on April 11, when Disney will give a demonstration of it…

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Center Theatre Group names its first female managing director by Jessica Gelt

Center Theatre Group announced Monday that Meghan Pressman will be its next managing director and CEO, making her the first female managing director in the nonprofit company’s 52-year hist…

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Sunday, April 7, 2019

BREAKING: Patti LuPone Announces Plan to Return to Broadway in All-Female GLENGARRY GLEN ROSS in Fall 2019 by BroadwayWorld

Sunday was a very good day for Patti LuPone at the Laurence Olivier Awards. Not only did the recently closed West End revival of Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's COMPANY will the award fo…

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‘The Inheritance’ Triumphs at Olivier Awards, and So Does a Gender-Swapping ‘Company’ by Alex Marshall

A six-and-a-half-hour play about the legacy of AIDS in New York won best new play at the British equivalent of the Tonys. “Company” and “Come From Away” were also successful.

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‘Fosse/Verdon’ Is Full of Broadway Legends. Here’s Who’s Who by Alexis Soloski

This series, which debuts Tuesday on FX, includes many midcentury Broadway and film personalities and their works. Here’s a cheat sheet.

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Off-Broadway’s Signature Theatre Produces In a Way No Other NYC Theatre Does by Olivia Clement

Led by artistic director Paige Evans, the Signature operates on a model that cultivates playwrights and community.

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'Sleepless in Seattle' Musical to Skip 'The City That Never Sleeps' by Marc Hershberg

The producers of 'Sleepless' must not be getting much sleep.

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Saturday, April 6, 2019

How the Beetlejuice musical conjured Burton and beyond to haunt Broadway by Jessica Derschowitz

For a story about dead people, Beetlejuice has never felt so lively. Tim Burton’s 1988 supernatural comedy has been reincarnated as a new Broadway musical (opening April 25) with Tony nomi…

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Friday, April 5, 2019

Corbin Bleu is dancing on the ceiling for ‘Kiss Me, Kate’ by Barbara Hoffman

“I don’t dance!” Corbin Bleu sang in “High School Musical 2,” even as he hoofed it up. A dozen years later, Bleu’s still dancing — this time in Broadway’s “Kiss Me, Kate,…

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Thursday, April 4, 2019

Is Broadway’s edgy ‘Oklahoma!’ revival brilliant or just bizarre? by Michael Riedel

Who’d have thought the most controversial show this spring would be . . . Rodgers and Hammerstein’s “Oklahoma!”? A revival of the 1943 musical opening Sunday is dividing audience…

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Tuesday, April 2, 2019

Oklahoma Was Never Really O.K. by Frank Rich

A new production exposes the darkness that’s always been at the heart of the musical — and the American experiment.

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Exclusive! Patti LuPone Opens Up About Joining Twitter: 'Let's See How Long I Last' by Andy Lefkowitz

Broadway lovers received an unexpected jolt when two-time Tony-winning actress Patti LuPone signed up for an account on Twitter. The outspoken megastar of Evita, Gypsy and, most recently th…

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Luke Bryan, Billy Idol, Dolly Parton & Culture Club Songs Among Trove Inspiring Lively McCabe Stage Musicals by Greg Evans

EXCLUSIVE: Lively McCabe Entertainment, a company that specializes in packaging and adapting iconic intellectual property into new stories for theater, film/TV, and book publishing, is teami…

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Marc Kudisch, Lesli Margherita & More to Lead Flamingo Kid Musical at Hartford Stage by Andy Lefkowitz

Casting is here for Hartford Stage's world premiere musical adaptation of the 1984 motion picture The Flamingo Kid. The previously announced production, to be directed by Tony winner and Ha…

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Monday, April 1, 2019

Drama League Welcomes 12 New Directing Fellows by Olivia Clement

The fellowship recipients will participate in programs in New York City around the U.S.

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Musicians of the SLSO step out and shine as soloists by Sarah Bryan Miller St. Louis Post-Dispatch

The first concert of the orchestra's new chamber series is a hit

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

PODCAST: The Secret of Happiness is Tiny Casts on THE BROADWAY GINGER Episode 6

Musical theatre has a history of big, splashy, high-kicking casts, and that’s what many people think when they hear the word “musical.” The increasing trend for writers wanting to tell…

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)
Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Guy Marks: A Guy Who Made His Marks by Trav S.D.

Enthusiastic attention today for impressionist, comedian and singer Guy Marks (Mario Scarpa, 1923-1987). The son of a musician in the RCA orchestra, Marks spent his young adulthood in the se…

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Cully Richards: Don’t Call Him Charlie by Trav S.D.

Cully Richards (1908-1978) was minor entertainer and character actor, hailing from Bob Hope’s hometown of Cleveland. Richards started out as a comedian, singer, dancer and pantomimist in v…

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Theater Quiz for October 2020 by New York Theater

How well were you following theater news and reviews in the month of October? Answer these ten questions to find out. Loading…

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s ‘Dracula’ is perfectly spooky by Charles Green

Ballet Theatre of Maryland’s production of Dracula is the perfect Halloween show, even in these scary times. Viewing the performance outdoors, on the grass lot of the future Maryland Theat…

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What to Watch This Weekend by Matthew Wexler

Theatermakers aren’t letting a worldwide pandemic or forthcoming election slow them down. This weekend offers some spooktacular picks to get your fix. Here are some of our favorites. The p…

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Signature Theatre to stream concert of hits from days of ​vinyl by News Desk

This week Signature Theatre releases a new cinematic concert, an inspired alternative to its pre-COVID cabarets. Titled Signature Vinyl, the fully produced, professionally filmed production…

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Tune in on Sunday, November 1 at 3PM EST for SOUP TROUPE ONLINE. Hosted by co-founder Danny Feldman (Hide and Seek) and co-president Dani Wergiles, the livestream is streamed every weekend …

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‘Touches on subjects that feel so powerfully resonant today’: SHIFT+ALT+RIGHT – ALP Musicals (Online review) by Ian Foster

This innovative production by ALP Musicals of Hilmi Jaidin’s new digital musical Shift+Alt+Right points towards the future of new musical theatre.

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

4 Makeup Artists of Color Share Their Broadway-Inspired Halloween Looks by Felicia Fitzpatrick

During the month of October, Women of Color on Broadway, Inc. showcased four artists who made memorable Broadway characters their own.

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Off Broadway Theaters and Small Venues Pushing For Reopening Head to Court November 12

On Thursday, November 12, Attorney Jim Mermigis and a group of 12 Off Broadway theaters and comedy club owners will argue that by allowing small venues with enhanced air filtration systems …

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VIDEO: West End Flash Mobs Bring HAMILTON, WICKED, and More to London Streets

Check out the artists performing the first three flash mobs at Leicester Square, the National Theatre, and Trafalgar Square, featuring songs from Hamilton, Les Miserables Wicked, and The Ph…

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Dracula — Resounding Live Immersive Audio by Jeff Myhre

There is something deliciously lovely about turning off all the lights in the house and listening to a horror tale on a rainy autumn night. So with the mood set, I accessed Resounding Live I…

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Spotlight on Black Broadway Producers: Stephen Byrd and Alia Jones-Harvey by Dan Meyer

The four-time Tony-nominated duo behind the all-Black Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Eclipsed, and more reveal their path to success.

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Sean Connery, actor, 1930-2020

Catapulted to fame as the first James Bond, he became one of the UK’s most durable stars

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VIDEO: Eva Noblezada Gets 'Doggie Fever' for I PUT A SPELL ON YOU

As a Halloween treat, check out Hadestown star Eva Noblezada singing 'Doggie Fever' a chilling mashup of '[(How Much Is) That Doggie in the Window?' and 'Fever' from I Put A Spell On You!

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007 Star Sean Connery Passes Away At Age 90

Scottish actor Sean Connery, best known for his portrayal of James Bond, has passed away. He was 90 years old.

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Meet Our NEXT ON STAGE: SEASON 2 College Top 5!

You voted, here they are! In no particular order, meet our top 5 in the college category.

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Adam's Call: The Skivvies Rocky Horror Show The Album: Fresh Take on a Classic Album by Adam Rothenberg

This Halloween, I'm taking a jump to the left, then a step to the right by listening to The Skivvies new album, The RockyHorror Skivvies Show. Nick Cearley and Lauren Molina give a fresh tak…

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)


James Bond actor Sir Sean Connery dies in his sleep aged 90: Oscar-winning 007 legend passes away in the Bahamas after being ‘unwell for some time’ (Ryan Fahey’s and Jack Elsom’s art…

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

How The Pause Inspired This Actress To Unleash Her Power by Jeryl Brunner

Denice Nortez went from being a technophobe to creating her own podcast.

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Virtual Theatre This Weekend: October 31- November 1- with Beth Malone, THE NIGHTMARE BEFORE CHRISTMAS, and More!

Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, October 231-November 1, 202…

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‘Provides hugely satisfactory chills to its captive audience’: STAY SAFE – New Perspectives (Online review) by Louise Penn

In the spirit of continued inventiveness under these odd times, spooky drama Stay Safe from New Perspectives takes place entirely over WhatsApp.

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Romilly Saumarez Smith — seeing the overlooked

The great ceramicist and writer talks about an artist who creates a magic cabinet of curiosities from lost or discarded objects

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Taking root: the enduring relationship between flowers and photography

Blooms, plants and vegetables have helped develop the technology of taking pictures

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Distance Learning: Framing Exercise by Kerry Hishon

When students are acting on camera – like when they are participating in a virtual drama class, or doing an online performance – their playing space is the rectangular area visible in th…

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Saturday, October 31, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Hybrid Vigor: Frankenthaler and Ravel, Part of the “Hearing Color, Seeing Time” Series by Clare Cioffero

To the right of the piano, hung on the far wall of the space, was the ravishing 103 x 172.5 inch acrylic on canvas. The Frankenthaler abstract painting dominated the space with a wash of und…

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From Ragtime to Shuffle Along: Celebrating Brian Stokes Mitchell’s Greatest Stage Roles by Playbill Staff

The Tony Award winner and Actors Fund chair celebrates his birthday October 31.

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James Monroe Iglehart, Adrienne Warren, Danny Burstein, More Headline Halloween The Nightmare Before Christmas Benefit Concert by Andrew Gans

Proceeds from the virtual event will go to the Lymphoma Research Foundation and The Actors Fund.

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Alfred Enoch, Sharon D. Clarke, Derek Jacobi, More Star in Online Play What a Carve Up! Beginning October 31 by Andrew Gans

Tamara Harvey directs the world premiere from Henry Filloux-Bennett.

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10 Years Later: Original Broadway Cast Members Reunite to Remember The Scottsboro Boys by Felicia Fitzpatrick

The Tony-nominated musical, which tells the tragic story of the infamous Scottsboro case, opened October 31, 2010.

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