Monday, June 5, 2023

End of The Public Theater's Under the Radar Festival Raises Concerns About NYC Experimental Landscape

Last week, at a time when Broadway producers were worried about last-minute campaigning and how performers are going to change at the United Palace with limited dressing room space, a fact b…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Monday, May 15, 2023

Tony Awards Broadcast Can Proceed After Striking Writers’ Union Agrees by Michael Paulson and John Koblin

The Tony Awards, a key marketing opportunity for Broadway, can go ahead in an altered form after the striking screenwriters’ union said it would not picket this year’s broadcast.

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Friday, May 12, 2023

2023 Tony Awards Will Not Broadcast as Announced; WGA Strike Waiver Denied by Logan Culwell-Block, Meg Masseron

The ceremony had been announced to air live from United Palace Theatre June 11 on Pluto and CBS.

SOURCE: Playbill
Tuesday, May 2, 2023
Thursday, April 27, 2023

Shucked Leads 2023 Drama Desk Nominations; See the Full List by Logan Culwell-Block

Winners for the honors, recognizing Broadway, Off-Broadway, and Off-Off-Broadway productions, will be announced the week of May 29.

SOURCE: Playbill
Wednesday, April 26, 2023

New York, New York, Some Like It Hot Lead 2023 Outer Critics Circle Award Nominations by Logan Culwell-Block

Downstate and Leopoldstadt lead play nominations, with winners set to be named May 16.

SOURCE: Playbill
Tuesday, April 25, 2023

See the Full List of 2023 Drama League Award Nominations by Logan Culwell-Block

Recognizing Broadway and Off-Broadway, the honors will be handed out in a May 19 ceremony at Ziegfeld Ballroom.

SOURCE: Playbill


Who knew that “Follow Me” had so many fans? But since Aaron Sorkin’s revisal of CAMELOT started previews at the Vivian Beaumont on March 9, friends have been calling me to complain. �…

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Monday, April 24, 2023

Patti LuPone Reveals Why She Will Never Return to Broadway

After giving up her Actors' Equity membership in 2022, Patti LuPone has revealed why she no longer wants to be on Broadway. In an interview about her new film, Beau Is Afraid, LuPone was ask…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Saturday, April 22, 2023

Barry Humphries, a.k.a. Dame Edna, Is Dead at 89 by Margalit Fox

Bewigged, bejeweled and bejowled, Mr. Humphries’s creation was one of the longest-lived characters ever channeled by a single performer.

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Thursday, April 20, 2023

A Connection That Began When Sarah Ruhl Made Paula Vogel Cry by Nancy Coleman

Sarah Ruhl met Paula Vogel as a student in her class. Thirty years later, they still exchange first drafts.

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How Lynn Nottage and Her Daughter Are Exploring Their Relationship in Writing by Constance C.R. White

Can you collaborate with your mother, a Pulitzer-winning playwright, and develop your own voice too? Ruby Aiyo Gerber wasn’t too scared to try.

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Wednesday, April 19, 2023

Todd Haimes, Who Rebuilt Roundabout Theater Company, Dies at 66 by Michael Paulson

After rescuing the company from bankruptcy, he turned it into a major player on Broadway and one of the largest nonprofit theater companies in the country.

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A Dancer’s Life: Chita Rivera on Working Hard and Learning From the Best by Juan A. Ramírez

A new memoir traces the three-time Tony Award winner’s life and career working with Balanchine, Robbins and Fosse.

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Tuesday, April 18, 2023

Cabaret Mainstay 54 Below Enters a New Era: As a Nonprofit by Elysa Gardner

The midtown venue’s owners hope to raise close to 20 percent of an annual budget approaching $10 million from supporters.

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Virginia Johnson Steps Down From Dance Theater of Harlem. For Keeps. by Gia Kourlas

As artistic director, Johnson, a pathbreaking ballerina, helped get the company back on its feet after a hiatus. Now, she’s ready to be an artist again.

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Monday, April 17, 2023

Among Faceless Offices, a Theater Taking Risks by Natasha Tripney

The New Diorama in London is placing bets on small troupes, inviting them onto its stage and giving them help to thrive. With two shows now in the West End, its gambles are paying off.

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Book Review: ‘Chita: A Memoir,’ by Chita Rivera with Patrick Pacheco by Bob Morris

Her new memoir finds the 90-year-old singer-dancer hungry for acclaim, but generous to others on her way to getting it.

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Sunday, April 16, 2023

Fans Gather as ‘Phantom’ Ends a Record Broadway Run by Michael Paulson

The final day of “The Phantom of the Opera” was marked by a combination of nostalgia and celebration at the Majestic Theater. It is closing on an unexpectedly high note.

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Saturday, April 15, 2023

The Phantom of the Opera Is Here, Inside The Times by Sarah Bahr

As Broadway’s longest-running show headed to a close on Sunday after more than 35 years, New York Times employees shared their memories.

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Friday, April 14, 2023

Broadway’s Longest-Running Musical Turns Out the Lights by Michael Barbaro and Michael Paulson

We went backstage during one of the final performances before the show’s famous chandelier crashes down one last time. “The Phantom of the Opera,” the longest running show in the histo…

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Livestreaming ‘Made All the Difference’ for Some Disabled Art Lovers by Neelam Bohra and Wendy Lu

When shuttered venues embraced streaming during the pandemic, the arts became more accessible. With live performance back, and streams dwindling, many feel forgotten.

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The Phandom of the Opera by Michael Paulson

As “The Phantom of the Opera” ends its record-breaking Broadway run on Sunday, its most devoted followers, who call themselves Phans, are mourning.

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Wednesday, April 12, 2023

Ariana DeBose to Return as Tony Awards Host This Year by Michael Paulson

The annual ceremony, honoring Broadway plays and musicals, is to take place June 11 at the United Palace in Washington Heights.

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The Broadway Star Phillipa Soo Sings Her Favorite Pop Song by Nancy Coleman

In a new revival of “Camelot,” updated by Aaron Sorkin, the actress finds humanity in the legend of King Arthur and Guenevere.

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Saturday, April 8, 2023

David Merrick's Big Announcement: The Infamous Opening Night of 42ND STREET by AJ Hunsucker

Lee Roy Reams opens up about one of Broadway's most historic nights.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld

Why Williamstown Theatre Fest has no full shows this summer by Steve Barnes

How do you re-create what once took 300 people if half of them who were unpaid now have to be compensated?

SOURCE: Times Union
Friday, April 7, 2023

A New Bill Aims to Stop Discrimination Against Height and Weight in the Work Place: What This Means For Broadway

A new bill supporting equal opportunities regardless of height and weight is being proposed in New York City, and may have a lasting impact on Broadway.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Tuesday, April 4, 2023

Oscar Isaac and Rachel Brosnahan to Bring Hansberry Play to Broadway by Michael Paulson

The duo recently starred in a revival of “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window” at BAM; now the production is moving uptown.

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John Kander’s Major Chord, Undiminished by Jesse Green

The 96-year-old composer of “Chicago” and “Cabaret” is making a brand-new start of it with “New York, New York,” his 16th Broadway musical.

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Sunday, April 2, 2023

‘Prima Facie’ and ‘My Neighbour Totoro’ Win Big at the Olivier Awards by Alex Marshall

The Jodie Comer-starring legal drama won best new play at Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys and an adaptation of ‘Totoro’ won six gongs — the most of any production.

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Friday, March 31, 2023

Alex Newell From ‘Shucked’ Sings Their Favorite Whitney Houston Song by Nancy Coleman

After growing up listening to powerhouse voices, the actor brings their own back to Broadway.

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Wednesday, March 29, 2023

To launch the new musical ‘Shucked,’ a producer revives an old strategy: preview pricing by Ruthie Fierberg

Looking at the weekly grosses reported by the Broadway League, one might think “Shucked” was out of luck. In its first week of previews (five performances), the original musical grossed …

SOURCE: Broadway News

How Much Money Do Broadway Actors Make? by Logan Culwell-Block

A breakdown of salaries for performers—and stage managers and musicians—who work on Broadway.

SOURCE: Playbill

As 'Sweeney Todd' returns to Broadway, 4 Sweeneys dish about the difficult role by Jeff Lunden

Josh Groban, Michael Cerveris, Norm Lewis and Len Cariou all agree: It's exhausting playing a murderous sociopath, while dealing with stage blood, a mechanical barber chair and singing compl…

SOURCE: National Public Radio
Monday, March 27, 2023

40th Anniversary Theatre Women Awards Presented by League of Professional Theatre Women March 27 by Margaret Hall

This year's honorees include Broadway Advocacy Coalition cofounder Jacquelyn Bell and New Perspectives Theatre Company founder and Artistic Director Melody Brooks.

SOURCE: Playbill

Kristin Chenoweth Lives for 3 A.M. FaceTime Calls and ‘Funny Girl’ by Sarah Bahr

The actress is returning for the second season of “Schmigadoon!” Reality TV and occasional shopping sprees have kept her going in the meantime.

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Sunday, March 26, 2023

Review Roundup: SWEENEY TODD Opens on Broadway - Updating Live!

Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street, starring Tony and Grammy-nominated multi-platinum recording artist Josh Groban and Tony Award winner Annaleigh Ashford, returns to Broadway to…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld
Thursday, March 23, 2023

Jeremy O. Harris’s Writer’s Residency Under the Tuscan Sun by Elisabetta Povoledo

The finalists for the 2023 Yale Drama Series Prize suddenly find themselves in Italy, with plenty of time to write, reflect and make pasta.

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Wednesday, March 22, 2023

Aaron Sorkin Suffered Stroke Last Fall: I Thought ‘I Was Never Going to Be Able to Write Again’ by Zack Sharf

Ahead of the Broadway opening of his new “Camelot” musical adaptation, Aaron Sorkin revealed to the New York Times that he suffered a stroke last November. The medical emergency occurred…

SOURCE: Variety

‘Smash’ Musical Headed to Broadway From Producers Steven Spielberg, Robert Greenblatt, Neil Meron by Rebecca Rubin

At long last, “Smash,” a stage musical adaptation of the NBC series, is heading to Broadway. Steven Spielberg, Robert Greenblatt and Neil Meron, who produced the original series, will se…

SOURCE: Variety

A Stage Adaptation of ‘Smash’ Is Setting Its Sights on Broadway by Michael Paulson

Producers including Steven Spielberg have been exploring several possible incarnations of the decade-old TV series. Now they have a plan.

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‘Camelot,’ Beloved but Befuddling, Gets the Aaron Sorkin Treatment by Michael Paulson

The Golden Age musical is back on Broadway, with a new take by one of the nation’s great screenwriters. Walk with us.

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Tuesday, March 21, 2023

‘Shucked’: A Broadway Musical That Doubles Down on the Corn by Rob Tannenbaum

For their debut, the country-music songwriting team Shane McAnally and Brandy Clark embraced puns, heartfelt songs and campy performances. Here’s their story.

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Why Tom Stoppard Is Driving Himself ‘Daft and Furious’ During the Hit Broadway Run of ‘Leopoldstadt’ by Gordon Cox

Celebrated playwright Tom Stoppard has a Broadway success on his hands with “Leopoldstadt,” his (very) loosely autobiographical play now in the sixth month of a long run currently set to…

SOURCE: Variety

Danny and Lucy DeVito Head to Broadway With Roundabout Theater Company’s New Season by Michael Paulson

The actors will play a father and daughter in “I Need That,” a comedy written by Theresa Rebeck.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription
Monday, March 6, 2023

A24, the Indie Film Studio, Buys New York’s Cherry Lane Theater by Michael Paulson

The studio’s first venture into live performance follows the move by Audible, Amazon’s audio subsidiary, to stage works at the nearby Minetta Lane Theater.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription
Sunday, March 5, 2023

Tennessee Law Limiting ‘Cabaret’ Shows Raises Uncertainty About Drag Events by Rick Rojas, Emily Cochrane, Ava Sasani and Michael Paulson

The measure is part of a wave of legislation by conservative lawmakers across the country against drag performances. Many are wondering how it will be applied.

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Thursday, March 2, 2023

Broadway’s ‘Funny Girl’ to Close Labor Day Weekend by Michael Paulson

Lea Michele, whose star turn in the musical has reversed its flagging fortunes, will stay with the show to the end.

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When Clothes Fly Off, This Intimacy Coordinator Steps In by Jennifer Harlan

Jessica Steinrock’s work on intimate scenes in film has come to prominence as the entertainment industry reels from the litany of sexual abuses brought to light by the #MeToo movement.

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Wednesday, March 1, 2023

Why Some Black Playwrights Are Saying Their Shows Must Not Go On by Michael Paulson

Several Black playwrights have canceled productions of their works, in some cases after performances started, because of concerns about conditions at the theaters presenting them.

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Tuesday, February 28, 2023

‘My Neighbour Totoro’ Dominates Olivier Award Nominations by Alex Marshall

Studio Ghibli’s fantastical movie was an unexpected choice for a stage adaptation. Now, it is up for 9 awards at Britain’s equivalent of the Tonys.

SOURCE: The New York Times Subscription
Monday, February 27, 2023

Rattlestick Theater Names Will Davis as Its Next Artistic Director by Michael Paulson

Davis will be the rare transgender theater artist to lead an Off Broadway nonprofit.

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Friday, February 24, 2023

Kennedy Center Cancels Broadway Center Stage Production of Kiss of the Spider Woman by Andrew Gans

Performances of the John Kander, Fred Ebb, and Terrence McNally musical were scheduled to begin in May.

SOURCE: Playbill

Kristin Chenoweth to Reunite With Stephen Schwartz on QUEEN OF VERSAILLES Stage Musical Adaptation

Kristin Chenoweth is set to reunite with Wicked composer Stephen Schwartz on a new musical based on the award-winning 2012 documentary The Queen of Versailles. With a book by Lindsey Ferrent…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld

Jonas Brothers Announce Five-Show Broadway Residency

The Jonas Brothers are coming to Broadway! The trio of brothers will perform a five-night residency at the Marquis Theatre, from March 14-18. Each night will feature one of their five albums…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld

Ashley Park Joins Season 3 of Only Murders in the Building by Meg Masseron

The Mean Girls Tony nominee will appear onscreen alongside stars Selena Gomez, Steve Martin, and Martin Short.

SOURCE: Playbill

Forget About Jazz Hands, This Fosse Show Is About Dancin’ by Gia Kourlas and Yael Malka

“Bob Fosse’s Dancin’,” revived by the director Wayne Cilento, is back on Broadway. Its stars? An eclectic cast of dancers who are anything but machines.

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On Broadway, ‘Bad Cinderella’ Is a Rebel With a Brooklyn Accent by Sarah Bahr

Linedy Genao brings her whole Latina self to Andrew Lloyd Webber’s new musical, which also stars the stage veteran Carolee Carmello as her evil stepmother.

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Thursday, February 23, 2023

They Invited Shakespeare to the Cookout. They Got ‘Fat Ham.’ by Maya Phillips

The playwright James Ijames and the director Saheem Ali built a “Hamlet”-inspired play, opening in April on Broadway, around their artistic friendship.

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Four Rising Theater Stars to Watch This Spring by Roslyn Sulcas and Rhoda Feng

These actors turned playwrights all excavate memories and meaning from their lives in creating these four shows, which arrive in New York in the coming months.

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Wednesday, February 22, 2023

‘Parade’ Producers Condemn Neo-Nazi Protest at Show About Antisemitism by Julia Jacobs

The show’s star, Ben Platt, said the “ugly and scary” display was a reminder of why they are retelling the story of the lynching of Leo Frank, a Jewish businessman in Georgia.

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On London Stages, Finding Something Fresh in Tragedy by Matt Wolf

New productions of “Medea” and “Phaedra” feature outstanding performances from Sophie Okonedo and Janet McTeer as women pushed to the edge.

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Jessica Chastain Returns to the Stage With Nothing to Prove by Alexandra Alter

In a pared-down Broadway revival of “A Doll’s House,” the Oscar-winning actress doesn’t have props, period costumes or much of a set. To her surprise, she likes it.

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Tuesday, February 21, 2023

Laurie Metcalf to Return to Broadway in a Horror Story, ‘Grey House’ by Michael Paulson

The play, directed by Joe Mantello and also starring Tatiana Maslany, had a well-reviewed debut in Chicago. It begins performances in April.

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Sunday, February 19, 2023


  Victoria Clark is no Madeline Kahn. That’s also true of Steven Boyer, Justin Cooley, Bonnie Milligan and Alli Mauzey....Continue Reading The post DROPPING IN ON KIMBERLY AKIMBO appeared…

Wednesday, February 15, 2023

Solved: The ‘Salacious’ Mystery of a Disappearing Playbill Story by Lachlan Cartwright

In this week’s edition of Confider, the CEO of Broadway’s biggest magazine admits to ordering the deletion of a widely shared exposé of audience misbehavior.

SOURCE: The Daily Beast
Tuesday, February 14, 2023

Broadway and West End Theater Owners Agree to Join Forces by Michael Paulson

A major British theater company, Ambassador Theater Group, says it is “combining operations” with Jujamcyn, the smallest of Broadway’s three big landlords.

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Tuesday, February 7, 2023


If you’re in a bridge tournament and play a Jack – only to see your opponent put a King on the table – you may hear the trick-taker say, “Don’t send a boy out to do a man’s job.�…

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Monday, February 6, 2023
Sunday, February 5, 2023

‘Into the Woods’ wins Best Musical Theater Album — plus more Broadway Grammy wins by Ruthie Fierberg

The 65th annual Grammy Awards, hosted by comedian Trevor Noah, took place in Los Angeles on Feb. 5. Tony Award winners and former Tony hosts James Corden and Billy Crystal served as presente…

SOURCE: Broadway News
Wednesday, February 1, 2023

& Juliet's Justin David Sullivan Declines Tony Award Eligibility, Critiques Gendered Performance Categories by Logan Culwell-Block, Diep Tran, Margaret Hall

"I didn't feel right being in either category," the non-binary Broadway performer tells Playbill.

SOURCE: Playbill

2023 Tony Awards eligibility rulings (round 1): ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ ‘Into the Woods,’ ‘1776’ and a change in voting procedure by Sam Eckmann

The Tony Awards Administration Committee met for the first time during the 2022-2023 Broadway season on January 31 to discuss eligibility of 20 productions for the 76th Annual Tony Awards in…

SOURCE: Gold Derby

She Went Viral Mocking Trump. Now Sarah Cooper Is Taking on a New Role. by Michael Paulson

She is making her professional stage debut in the Off Broadway drama, and fulfilling a childhood dream. “It’s transformative,” she said.

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Tuesday, January 31, 2023

16 New Musicals in Development at Goodspeed Musicals' 11th Annual Johnny Mercer Foundation Writers Grove by Leah Putnam

The list of 34 participants includes Grammy nominees, Olivier nominees, a Pulitzer-winning journalist, film composer, and more.

SOURCE: Playbill

Broadway: Rumored Big Change in Theater Ownership Today as Curtain May Come Down on Jujamcyn After Many Standing Ovations by Roger Friedman

Five famous Broadway houses may be changing ownership today. The rumor on the Rialto, as the late Earl Wilson would say, is

SOURCE: ShowBiz 411
Tuesday, January 10, 2023

Ben Platt to Lead ‘Parade’ Revival on Broadway This Season by Michael Paulson

The musical’s exploration of antisemitism is timely, with rising concern about the issue in the United States and beyond.

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Tuesday, January 3, 2023

Tony Winner Frank Galati Passes Away at 79 by Margaret Hall

Mr. Galati was known for his adaptations of classic American novels, including Ragtime and The Grapes of Wrath.

SOURCE: Playbill
Monday, January 2, 2023

Here are nine NYC shows we can't wait to see this spring by Jeff Lunden

You never know what'll hit or miss — but you can look at who wrote the script and score, and who's directing and starring. Here's what Jeff Lunden is keeping his eye on, both on and off-Br…

SOURCE: National Public Radio
Friday, December 30, 2022

Broadway Had a Bad Xmas Week Despite Huge Times Square Crowds, “Some Like it Not” But Not Enough by Roger Friedman

Times Square is overflowing with people. And Elmo’s. The grotesque pedestrian mall has brought looky-loo’s from all over, but they’re not going

SOURCE: ShowBiz 411

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

Sergio Trujillo, Kathleen Marshall, Kimberly Marable & More to Take Part in TDF's Wendy Wasserstein Project Ceremony

On Monday, June 12 at 5 p.m., TDF will host its annual Wendy Wasserstein Project ceremony at The Gerald W. Lynch Theater at John Jay College.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:19PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Tony Nominee Bonnie Milligan Puts Her Whole Self into Her Role in Kimberly Akimbo by Caitlin Moynihan

The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal is once again celebrating first-time Tony nominees. Fadal and Paul Wontorek sat down with Ain’t No Mo’s Jordan E. Cooper, Parade’s Micaela Diamond, …

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THE HOURS Starring Fleming, O'Hara & DiDonato to Screen as Part of The Met's 2023 Summer HD Festival

The Metropolitan Opera’s 2023 Summer HD Festival, an annual New York pastime, returns to Lincoln Center Plaza Saturday, August 26 through Monday, September 4.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:49PM

Tovah Feldshuh shares statement regarding partnership with Entertainment Community Fund benefiting women’s health by Caitlin Hornik

The Feldshuh Fund for Women’s Health will support women in the performing arts industry.

SOURCE: Broadway News at 05:17PM

The Cast of TWO SISTERS AND A PIANO Interview Each Other | Two River Theater by Two River Theater

TWO SISTERS AND A PIANO by Pulitzer Prize-winner Nilo Cruz is onstage through June 25/2023! Get tickets now 👉 ABOUT TWO SIST…

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Michael Arden & Tinashe Kajese-Bolden to Direct THE PREACHER'S WIFE World Premiere at The Alliance Theatre

The Alliance Theatre has announced the stage directors for its 55th season. See full programming, and learn how to purchase tickets!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:13PM

‘This is an experiment’: is Hannah Gadsby’s Picasso exhibition really that bad? by Lauren Mechling

The comedian has taken on on the iconic yet problematic artist in a show that’s been instantly slated by critics but their co-curators remain defiantly proud The Brooklyn Museum is always…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 05:07PM

Liberated From Religious Trauma, Fat Ham’s Calvin Leon Smith Is Shining His Truth On Stage by Jeffrey Vizcaíno

After years of fearing he was going to Hell, Smith has found his key to inner peace.

SOURCE: Playbill at 05:07PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Concord Theatricals acquires rights to Amy Herzog’s adaptation of ‘A Doll’s House’ by Caitlin Hornik

The new Broadway production, featuring Herzog’s translation, is nominated for six Tony Awards.

SOURCE: Broadway News at 04:59PM

Tovah Feldshuh Announces The Feldshuh Fund for Women’s Health by Margaret Hall

The fund will support screening for reproductive cancers.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:43PM

Exclusive! Step Into the Portrait Booth at the 2023 Audience Choice Awards by

Broadway faves had a ball in the portrait booth at the 2023 Audience Choice Awards! Josh Groban, Annaleigh Ashford, Sara Bareilles and more celebrated the honor of being chosen …

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Lineup Announced for A Tribute to Howard Ashman and Alan Menken Concerts and Live Stream by Andrew Gans

The 54 Below performances will feature tunes from Little Shop of Horrors, Beauty and the Beast, The Little Mermaid, Aladdin, and more.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:43PM

5 WAYS TO ACCESS FREE TICKETS to Free Shakespeare in the Park | The Public Theater by The Public Theater

Experiencing Free Shakespeare in the Park has never been easier with our 5 WAYS TO ACCESS FREE TICKETS! We are so excited to see you this summer at The Delacorte Theater in Central Park for …

SOURCE: YouTube at 04:25PM

Jewels song - Mobile Unit's THE COMEDY OF ERRORS | The Public Theater by The Public Theater

THE COMEDY OF ERRORS Adaptation by Rebecca Martínez and Julián Mesri Music, Music Direction, and Spanish Translations by Julián Mesri Lyrics by Julián Mesri and Rebecca Martínez Directe…

SOURCE: YouTube at 04:25PM

Broadway Licensing acquires rights to ‘Leopoldstadt’ by Caitlin Hornik

The Tom Stoppard play is nominated for six 2023 Tony Awards.

SOURCE: Broadway News at 04:22PM

Today on Broadway: Tuesday, June 6, 2023 - BroadwayRadio

Today on Broadway: Tuesday, June 6, 2023 · 1) Top Stories. Anthony Ramos Says He Will Play Mozart in “Amadeus” on Broadway. ...

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Pride Is Busting Out All Over for June's 2023 Playbill Horoscopes | Flipboard

Playbill - Find out which Pride-themed show relates most to how you feel this month. Money, love, and adventure make for a down-right crazy summer ...

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ArtsBeat on Pioneer Valley Radio 6/06/23 by Mark G. Auerbach

NEW ArtsBeat on Pioneer Valley Radio. Cabaret opens Barrington Stage’s mainstage season. The Cake at Silverthorne. The Stones at Great Barrington Public Theatre and arts news for WMass and…

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Review: ‘Being Mr. Wickham’ Tracks a Rake’s Progress by Rhoda Feng

In this “Pride and Prejudice” spinoff from Original Theatre, Jane Austen’s infamous knave attempts to set the record straight.

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Meet the Women Making Change on Broadway by Talaura Harms

Ahead of Sunday's Tony Awards, here are a few of the women who have helped make Broadway more equitable and diverse this season.

SOURCE: Playbill at 04:04PM

Video: Inside the First Day with The Encores! Orchestra at THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA

Check out footage from the first day with the Encores! orchestra at The Light in the Piazza!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 04:04PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Michael Arden and Tinashe Kajese-Bolden to Direct World Premiere of The Preacher's Wife by Leah Putnam, Andrew Gans

Atlanta's Alliance Theatre has announced the directors attached to its 55th season.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:43PM

Theatre Review: ‘The Nacirema Society Requests the Honor of Your Presence at a Celebration of Their First One Hundred Years’ at The Little Theatre by Fosse Thornton

Originally premiering at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival in 2010, Pearl Cleage’s “The Nacirema Society Requests the Honor of Your Presence at a Celebration of Their First One Hundred Ye…

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SIX The Musical | Coming To The 6IX This Fall by Mirvish Productions

DIVORCED, BEHEADED, DIED, DIVORCED, BEHEADED, SURVIVED. From Tudor Queens to Pop Icons, the SIX wives of Henry VIII take the microphone to remix five hundred years of historical heartbreak i…

SOURCE: YouTube at 03:33PM

Jordan Fisher to play final performance in ‘Sweeney Todd’ by Caitlin Hornik

A replacement will be announced in the coming days.

SOURCE: Broadway News at 03:27PM

DOWN THE RABBIT HOLE: & Juliet's Betsy Wolf

Our top seven favorite Betsy Wolfe videos on the internet.

SOURCE: Theatrely at 03:22PM

Watch: KIMBERLY AKIMBO Shares Behind the Scenes Moments in 'Great Adventure' Music Video

Watch the music video for 'Great Adventure' from Kimberly Akimbo!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 03:13PM

New Tour of Chitty Chitty Bang Bang to Launch in the U.K. by Andrew Gans

Thom Southerland will direct the musical based on the film of the same name.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:07PM

New York Theatre Workshop Reveals Cast of Broadway Alums for The Half-God of Rainfall by Leah Putnam

Inua Ellams' new and contemporary myth will be directed by Taibi Magar.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:07PM

Kate O'Flynn Begins Performances in All of It in London's West End June 6 by Margaret Hall

The Alistair McDowall piece consists of three interconnected short plays.

SOURCE: Playbill at 03:07PM

As Under the Radar Fest Goes Under, Whither Experimental Theatre? by Amelia Merrill

The Public Theater's abrupt cancellation of the influential new-works showcase raises questions about the future of innovative work in NYC and globally.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 03:03PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Go Inside the June 5 New 42 Gala Honoring Julie Andrews and Josh Groban by Margaret Hall

The evening was hosted by Rachel Dratch and Julianne Hough, and featured performances from Betsy Wolfe, Jordan Donica, Abby Mueller, and Stephanie D'Abruzzo.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:55PM

Video: Watch & JULIET Star Lorna Courtney Perform '...Baby One More Time' on THE VIEW

Tony nominee Lorna Courtney performed '...Baby One More Time' from the hit musical & Juliet on The View this morning. & Juliet is nominated for nine Tony Awards, including Best Musi…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:49PM

Concord Theatricals Acquires Rights to Amy Herzog's Adaptation of A DOLL'S HOUSE

Concord Theatricals has secured exclusive worldwide English language stage licensing rights to Amy Herzog’s 2023 Tony Award-nominated adaptation of Henrik Ibsen’s A Doll’s House for i…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:49PM

Benefits of Latinx Affinity Networks to Advance Your Career

By . Latinx affinity networks are like a breath of fresh air, offering a space to explore your interests and restore your energy.

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Some Like It Hot Tony Nominee J. Harrison Ghee Is Excited for a Boundless Future by Caitlin Moynihan

The Broadway Show with Tamsen Fadal is once again celebrating first-time Tony nominees. Fadal and Paul Wontorek sat down with Ain’t No Mo’s Jordan E. Cooper, Parade’s Micaela Diamond, …

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Hilarious ‘Nacirema Society’ delights audiences at Little Theatre of Alexandria by Guest Author

Pearl Cleage's entertaining and insightful play was inspired by early-20th-century African American social clubs.

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Concord Theatricals Will License Tony-Nominated Amy Herzog Adaptation of A Doll's House by Logan Culwell-Block

Jessica Chastain stars in the Ibsen adaptation's world premiere on Broadway.

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Culture Lab LIC

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THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA | First Day with The Encores! Orchestra | New York City Center by New York City Center

Fall in love with the lush overture to Adam Guettel’s Tony-winning score of THE LIGHT IN THE PIAZZA, featuring Guest Music Director Rob Berman leading The Encores! Orchestra. June 21 – 2…

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Miriam Silverman on Her Tony-Nominated Role in ‘The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window’ by Rachel Sherman

In “The Sign in Sidney Brustein’s Window,” the Tony Award nominee inhabits her character, a racist Upper Manhattan snob, in all her flaws.

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Putting Putin Onstage, in ‘Patriots’ by Alex Marshall

Will Keen embodies Russia’s president in a West End production. “It’s been fascinating how the perception of him and the play keep changing,” he said.

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Video: Ben Heats It Up with Choreo from SOME LIKE IT HOT

In this episode of Dance Captain Dance Attack, Ben heats it up with Casey Nicholaw's Tony-nominated choreography from Some Like It Hot with the help of Dance Captain Ashley Elizabeth Hale

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Parlor of Wonder

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Photos: Tovah Feldshuh Creates The Feldshuh Fund for Women's Health

See photos of Tovah Feldshuh celebrating 50 years on Broadway with the creation of The Feldshuh Fund for Women’s Health.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 02:04PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Jordan Fisher, Ruthie Ann Miles, and Sweeney Todd Cast Tell Us Their Favorite Sondheim Songs by TheaterMania

Choosing your favorite Stephen Sondheim song feels like an impossible task, but we like to challenge Broadway performers! We asked members of the current Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of F…

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Jordan Fisher to Depart SWEENEY TODD This Month

Jordan Fisher will be taking his final bow as Anthony in Sweeney Todd on June 18th. 

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Yoshiko Chuma’s ‘Shockwave Delay’ Finds Its Groove at La MaMa by Siobhan Burke

Yoshiko Chuma and her company’s “Shockwave Delay” at La MaMa layers movement and music with video and spoken text. It’s a lot to take in.

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Could the SAG-AFTRA Actor Strike Authorization Affect Broadway and the 2023 Tony Awards? by Logan Culwell-Block

The screen performers' union overwhelmingly voted to authorize a strike ahead of a June 30 contract expiration.

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Assembly Announces Over 50 Theatre Shows for 2023 Edinburgh Fringe by Leah Putnam

Assembly is the longest-running venue operator at the Fringe, curating its own selection of shows.

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Federal Hall

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A Drag Queen Christmas | Tickets On Sale Friday by Broadwaysf

A DRAG QUEEN CHRISTMAS is coming to the Curran Theater on December 9. For the 9th consecutive year, Murray & Peter present A Drag Queen Christmas, the longest running drag tour in America…

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Happy SIX Day! 👑 by Six

Happy SIX Day, Queendom! 👑 Today on 6/6 we have a special message from the #SIXTheMusical Queens from around the globe, plus a special introduction to your new Canadian Queens! We hope yo…

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How have past film-to-Broadway adaptations fared at the Tony Awards? Read on to find out by Sebastian Ochoa Mendoza

The nominations leader of this year’s Tony Awards – which are being handed out this Sunday, June 11, at the United Palace in New York City – is Marc Shaiman’s “Some Like it Hot,”…

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"Great Adventure" | Kimberly Akimbo by Kimberly Akimbo

The best reviewed musical of the year is now nominated for 8 Tony Awards®️ including Best Musical. On Broadway at the Booth Theatre. KIMBERLY AKIMBO is “profoundly funny and heartbrea…

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at noon (Broadway Time)

Pride Is Busting Out All Over for June's 2023 Playbill Horoscopes by Yoanna Nikolova, Jeffrey Vizcaíno

Find out which Pride-themed show relates most to how you feel this month.

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Yahya Abdul-Mateen II Has Starred In Major Film & TV’s Franchises, Yet One Stage Role Haunted Him For Nearly Two Decades – Tony Award Watch Q& by Greg Evans

Suzan-Lori Parks’ acclaimed, Pulitzer Prize-winning play Topdog/Underdog debuted Off Broadway in 2001, so it’s a safe bet that a significant portion of the audience at last fall’s limi…

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Video: Miriam Silverman is Starring in the Theatrical Masterpiece You've Never Heard Of

The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window is written by one of the most beloved playwrights of the American theatre, and yet, you've probably never heard of it. Tony nominee Miriam Silverman know…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:33PM

Photos: See Josh Groban, Rachel Dratch, Julianne Hough & More at New 42's WE ARE FAMILY Gala

See photos from New 42's annual gala honoring Josh Groban, Julie Andrews and Emma Walton Hamilton, and more!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:33PM

Review Roundup: Branden Jacobs-Jenkins' THE COMEUPPANCE Opens at Signature Theatre

Read the reviews for The Comeuppance at Signature Theatre.

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SS Spirit Of The Fringe? : News 2023 : Chortle : The UK Comedy Guide

The 'Playbill FringeShip' will also host exclusive guest-only performances from the 2024 festival, in its 500-capacity Palladium Theatre.

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Broadway Licensing Acquires Tom Stoppard's Tony-Nominated Leopoldstadt by Logan Culwell-Block

The company will offer the play to schools and theatre companies through its Dramatists Play Service imprint.

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Stratford Festival’s ‘Grand Magic’ mines existentialism, absurdism and nihilism to cast a riotous spell by Joshua Chong - Staff Reporter

Geraint Wyn Davies, Gordon S. Miller and director Antoni Cimolino’s versatile ensemble don’t miss a beat in this Neapolitan tragicomedy.

SOURCE: Toronto Star at 12:00PM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 11am (Broadway Time)

LET'S TALK: The Lighting of BEES & HONEY by MCC Theater

Get to know lighting designer Reza Behjat who shares how lighting is used to invite audiences into Johaira and Manuel's Washington Heights apartment. BEES & HONEY takes its FINAL bow this we…

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Strong singers sweeten ‘Sondheim on Sondheim’ at Silhouette Stages by Cybele Pomeroy

This high-quality production is beautifully executed and will make you smile.

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Recognition review – student’s ode to a neglected composer by Arifa Akbar

Fairfield Halls, LondonIn Talawa theatre company’s show, the story of a modern Black composer is entwined with that of Samuel Coleridge-Taylor There is a potent moment in Recognition when …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 11:49AM

‘I was living in a fool’s paradise’: Adrienne Kennedy on meeting the Beatles and losing control of her play by Chris Wiegand

The great American playwright, who made her Broadway debut last year aged 91, recounts what happened when she adapted a John Lennon book for Laurence Olivier’s National Theatre In the mid-…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 11:49AM

‘There will be sex!’ Inside A Strange Loop – the queer, Black Broadway megasmash now hitting Britain by Alex Needham

The Pulitzer prize-winning musical shows the world what it’s like ‘to travel in a fat, Black queer body’. Writer Michael R Jackson, a former Lion King usher who based it on his life, r…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 11:49AM

Michelle Ebanks Named President and CEO of the Apollo by Sarah Bahr

Michelle Ebanks, who most recently served as the president of Essence Communications, will assume the role in July.

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Video: Get a Behind the Scenes Look at A CHRISTMAS CAROL With the Creative Team

In a new behind-the-scenes video, watch the creative team of A Christmas Carol discuss the all of the elements that make up a scene! 

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You Really Like Them! Complete List of Audience Choice Award-Winning Stars by

A Hiran Abeysekera: Favorite Breakthrough Performance for Life of Pi (2023) Nick Adams: Favorite Diva Performance for Priscilla Queen of the Desert (2011), Favorite Breakthrough Performance …

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Jeremy Jordan Will Return to LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS This Summer

Tony and Grammy Award nominee Jeremy Jordan will return to Skid Row this summer in Little Shop of Horrorsand again take on the lead role of Seymour.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:13AM

Reviews: Here's What Critics Are Saying About Adam Guettel's Days of Wine and Roses by Margaret Hall

Kelli O'Hara and Brian d'Arcy James lead the new musical, with a book by Craig Lucas, at Atlantic Theater Company.

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Jeremy Jordan Will Return to Off-Broadway's Little Shop of Horrors by Andrew Gans

The hit revival of the Alan Menken and Howard Ashman musical continues at the Westside Theatre.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Concert Review: ‘ Dolly’ presented by the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC at Lincoln Theatre by Anne Valentino

Can I get a “Gay-Men!” as part of their season of celebrating phenomenal women which included Whitney, Judy, and Cher, the Gay Men’s Chorus of Washington DC (GMCW), rounded out their h…

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James Lapine's IN THE COMPANY OF ROSE Documentary Gets Theatrical Release

Tony-winner James Lapine's documentary, In the Company of Rose, will be released in theaters and on demand. After Lapine befriended poet Rose Styron, the widow of the great American novelist…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:55AM

Submit Your Dog To Be An Understudy in PETER PAN GOES WRONG and THE PLAY THAT GOES WRONG

The producers of Broadway's Peter Pan Goes Wrong and Off-Broadway's The Play That Goes Wrong have announced a special understudy search for two canine characters – Nana the dog in Peter Pa…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:43AM

Leslie Odom Jr. Will Headline YMCA of NY’s Heroes of NY Gala by Logan Culwell-Block

The evening will support the organization's Rowe Scholars program.

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Reviews: Critics Weigh In On Off-Broadway's This Land Was Made by Margaret Hall

Directed by Taylor Reynolds, the Tori Sampson world premiere plays the Vineyard Theatre.

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Dates Set for Jamie Lloyd-Directed West End Sunset Boulevard Revival by Logan Culwell-Block, Andrew Gans

Nicole Scherzinger is set to star as faded silent screen star Norma Desmond.

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The Ocean at the End of the Lane Will Return to London's West End by Leah Putnam

Joel Horwood's adaptation of the Neil Gaiman novel is currently touring the U.K. and Ireland.

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Listen to Annaleigh Ashford's 'By the Sea' From Upcoming Sweeney Todd Broadway Revival Cast Album by Logan Culwell-Block

Ashford and co-star Josh Groban are both 2023 Tony nominees for their performances in the Sondheim musical.

SOURCE: Playbill at 10:33AM

Jodie Langel’s New Youth Company To Present Musical ’13’ by Bill Hirschman

Jodie Langel promises that audiences attending the inaugural production of South Florida’s newest theater company will be “blown away” by the young performers’ talent. Her Off Glades…

SOURCE: Florida Theater On Stage at 10:33AM

Renée Fleming's 'Cities That Sing' Concert Films From Venice & France to Screen in IMAX

IMAX and Fathom Events are partnering to releaseRenée Fleming’s Cities That Sing in over 450 movie screens across the US with two exquisite one-day-only presentations: Renée Fleming’s …

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:04AM

Video: Nikki Crawford Doesn't Want You to Judge Her FAT HAM Character

In this video, watch as Tony nominee Nikki Crawford chats more about developing her character, why this company means so much to her, and so much more.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 10:04AM

Robe Lighting s.r.o. Agrees to Acquire Avolites by Michael Eddy

Robe Lighting, among the world’s leading entertainment lighting manufacturer, has agreed to acquire Avolites, an industry leading design and manufacturer of lighting and video control prod…

Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Tanyel Gumushan

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Roman Banks Lands Title Role in National Tour of MJ the Musical by Andrew Gans

The tour of the Broadway hit will launch in August at Broadway in Chicago’s James M. Nederlander Theatre.

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Reviews: Here's What Critics Think of Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins' The Comeuppance by Leah Putnam

The world premiere opened at Off-Broadway's Signature Theatre June 5.

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Cast Complete for West End Run of Stephen Sondheim's Old Friends, Starring Bernadette Peters and Lea Salonga by Andrew Gans

A host of London favorites will join the Tony winners in the limited engagement of the Sondheim tribute devised by Cameron Mackintosh.

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Larissa FastHorse on Indigenizing Theatre by Holly L. Derr, Larissa Fasthorse

By Holly L. Derr, Larissa FastHorse. Holly L. Derr talks with Larissa FastHorse about Indigeneity and misogyny in The Thanksgiving Play, using satire to create change, and rewriting Peter Pa…

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GRACE NOTES: Tuesday, June 6, 2023 by Susan Grace

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InfoComm 2023: Screen Your Dreams with INFiLED dvLED Displays by Michael Eddy

INFiLED, a global leader in LED displays, is heading to InfoComm in Orlando, Fl June 14-16 where they will prominently feature many of their top LED display solutions. Among the cutting-edge…


No Sondheim Is Alone: 3 Directors on His First Posthumous Revivals by American Theatre Editors

Lear deBessonet, Maria Friedman, and Tommy Kail compare notes on staging 'Into the Woods,' 'Sweeney Todd,' and 'Merrily We Roll Along.'

SOURCE: American Theatre at 09:23AM

Analog Way Names Matt Donovan New Regional Sales Manager by Michael Eddy

Analog Way is pleased to announce that Matt Donovan has joined the company as Regional Sales Manager responsible for the Southeast and Eastern-Midwest territories. Donovan comes on board fro…


Theatre Review: ‘Incendiary’ at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company by Nancy Blum

In his interview in Woolly Mammoth’s playbill, playwright Dave Harris says, “How do you separate what you’re doing because of your own free will and your own choice, or what you are do…

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Laserworld Releases the RTI NEO 12 Laser Beam Array by Michael Eddy

With the release of the RTI NEO 12, the successful RTI NEO 6 got a powerful sibling. Here is a product video on the RTI NEO 12 Laser Beam Array from Laserworld: RTI NEO 6 is a laser beam arr…


‘Addams Family,’ ‘Clue’ Top High School Musicals and Plays List by American Theatre Editors

The survey also tracks educator's concerns around censorship and post-COVID stats.

SOURCE: American Theatre at 09:13AM

Other Lives: The Story Songs of Michael Colby by Jk Clarke

The original Off Broadway cast recording of “Other Lives: The Story Songs of Michael Colby” (Jay Records), a cycle of story songs by lyricist Michael Colby (Charlotte Sweet, Ludlow Ladd)…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 09:10AM

InfoComm 2023: Alfalite Debuts its LED Displays and Celebrates its First U.S. Sales by Michael Eddy

Alfalite, a European manufacturer of LED screens, will make its debut at InfoComm 2023 with its LED panels for the rental, fixed installation, and virtual production markets at the booth of …


SAVe Announces Appointment of AV Industry Veteran and Sustainability Champion, Raymond Kent to Board Of Directors by Michael Eddy

Sustainability in AV (SAVe), the first U.S.-based organization to bring stakeholders in the audiovisual (AV) field to take concerted action to achieve the 2030 Sustainable Development Goals …


& JULIET, PRIMA FACIE & More Lead The 20th Annual Theater Fans' Choice Awards Winners

BroadwayWorld is thrilled to announce the winners of BroadwayWorld's 20th Annual Theater Fans' Choice Awards, a highlight of our 20th Anniversary year.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Grey House by Joel Benjamin

Eerie and irritating in equal measure, Levi Holloway’s "Grey House" at the Lyceum Theatre dredges up the classic plot device of many horror films:  strangers stumbling into a den of oddba…

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Roman Banks Will Lead MJ THE MUSICAL National Tour

Roman Banks (Broadway’s Dear Evan Hansen and “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series”) will play the role of Michael Jackson in the First National Tour of MJ.  

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 08:19AM

Coming Up Roses: A Review of “Gypsy” at BrightSide Theatre by Mary Wisniewski

When a terrific singing actress is in the role of Rose, you can’t take your eyes from her, and you can’t help but sympathize.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Tuesday, June 6, 2023 by Ashley Steves

Ramos Announces “Amadeus” Broadway Plans, Carmello In “Into The Woods” In Pittsburgh, NYTW Reveals New Fellows And More “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, pod…

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM

Winners Off Broadway Alliance Awards by Sandi Durell

The winners of the 2023 Off Broadway Awards have been announced! These awards recognize the best in commercial and non-profit Off-Broadway theatre across the 2022-2023 season. Winners will b…

SOURCE: Theater Pizzazz at 07:42AM

Summer theater is packed with unique offerings from coast to coast by Thomas Floyd

Highlights include free Shakespeare, the Muny’s 105th season, ‘Rent in Concert’ at the Kennedy Center and 'A Sondheim Celebration” at the Hollywood Bowl.

SOURCE: Washington Post at 07:13AM

When a role is also a responsibility by Ruthie Fierberg

2023 Tony Award nominees Brandon Uranowitz, Ben Platt, Katy Sullivan, NaTasha Yvette Williams and J. Harrison Ghee feel an added urgency to their impact on audiences.

SOURCE: Broadway News at 07:00AM

Where do ‘Steel Magnolias’ actors go to get into character? A Black-owned hair salon in San Carlos by Lily Janiak

TheatreWorks actors took a field trip to a family-owned beauty shop to learn how professionals style textured and fine hair.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 07:00AM
Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Back Porch by Steven Morris

The post Back Porch appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Gavin Lee, Bradley Jaden, and More Join STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S OLD FRIENDS at the Gielgud Theatre

Full casting has been announced for Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends at the Gielgud Theatre. Learn more about who is joining the cast here!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 06:25AM

Review: ‘Agnes of God’ at Redtwist Theatre doesn’t shy away from a difficult story by Emily McClanathan

This play is part whodunit and part psychological thriller, with a dash of philosophical discourse.

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Starmites by Steven Morris

The post Starmites appeared first on STAGE RAW - ARTS IN L.A. - SERVED FRESH.

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Celebrate Juneteenth in Connecticut with a parade, history, music and culture by Susan Dunne

What's going on to commemorate Juneteenth, in its first year as a recognized state holiday in Connecticut?

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM

Rocektman (2019) by Musicalsplaining

We're still standing this week as we dive into the 2019 Elton John musical biopic. Angie creates a plane movie rating system and Kaveh remembers an original Disney fan video from the 80s. Th…

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 5am (Broadway Time)

A CT woman can’t walk or communicate without help. She’s adding to this list of achievements by Pamela McLoughlin

Connecticut 26-year-old has already accomplished more than many people will in a lifetime - and she keeps adding to the list.

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 05:45AM

Be Careful Monetizing Those Vacation Videos by Joe Patti

So as you are getting out there traveling to enjoy the natural beauty of the U.S. National Parks this summer, you may want to take a cautionary note from a case Gordon Firemark wrote about i…

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You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown comes to Geelong Arts Centre in 2024

The post You’re A Good Man, Charlie Brown comes to Geelong Arts Centre in 2024 appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Wake Up With BWW 6/6: Jason Arrow in HAMILTON International Tour, and More!

Top stories: Jason Arrow will lead the international tour of Hamilton, Anthony Ramos says he is heading back to Broadway as Mozart in Amadeus, and more!

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 05:19AM

Dance Concert at Mineola - Performances June 5, 2023 - Cover - PLAYBILLder

Mineola Middle School Dance Club. Present. 1825801. Copyright © 2023 Playbill Online Inc. All marks used by permission.

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Seussical at Lake Tahoe Community College - Performances June 9, 2023 to June 18, 2023 - Cover

at the Duke Theatre, South Lake Tahoe, CA. 1834046. Copyright © 2023 Playbill Online Inc. All marks used by permission.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 4am (Broadway Time)

The Ocean At The End Of The Lane returns to West End by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo The National Theatre's acclaimed production of The Ocean At The End Of The Lane is to return to West End for a limited season. This post The Ocean At The End Of The Lane retu…

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West End Concert Will Celebrate 75th Birthday of Composer Stephen Schwartz

A concert to celebrate the 75th birthday of legendary composer Stephen Schwartz has been announced.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 04:33AM

NAISDA seeks help to uncover the hidden talent of tomorrow’s First Nations dance artists

The post NAISDA seeks help to uncover the hidden talent of tomorrow’s First Nations dance artists appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Experience the Magic of Broadway: Your Guide to Streaming the 2023 Tony Awards by Belaid S

As the curtain is poised to rise on the 76th Tony Awards this coming Sunday, June 11, anticipation builds among

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Malthouse Theatre announces Malcolm Robertson Foundation Commissions and 2023/24 Artist in Residence recipient

The post Malthouse Theatre announces Malcolm Robertson Foundation Commissions and 2023/24 Artist in Residence recipient appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Malthouse announces Wendy Mocke and Vivian Nguyen as Malcolm Robertson Foundation Commissions and Joe Paradise Lui as 2023/2024 Artist in Residence by Aussie Theatre

Malthouse Theatre today announced Wendy Mocke and Vivian Nguyen as recipients of the 2023 Malcolm Robertson Foundation Commissions and Joe Paradise Lui as the Artist in

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Journey through time with Queensland Ballet’s Striking Triple Bill – Trilogy

The post Journey through time with Queensland Ballet’s Striking Triple Bill – Trilogy appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Disney On Ice Presents 100 Years of Wonder – Coming to Melbourne by Aussie Theatre

Disney On Ice presents 100 Years of Wonder is bringing the magic to guests through dynamic moments that take place

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Sydney Opera House and the Museum of Contemporary Art Australia announce free performance art series by Aussie Theatre

From June to September, free performance art is taking centre stage with Performances on the Quay, a series of evening

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Opera Australia announces five Sydney Opera House premieres for Sydney Summer by Aussie Theatre

Opera Australia (OA) today announced its 2024 Sydney Summer Season with guest Creative Director Lindy Hume presenting five Sydney Opera

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Tuesday, June 6, 2023 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Announcing the recipients of the Flourish II: First Nations Textile Design & Fashion Innovation Fund by Aussie Theatre

Twelve First Nations fashion and textile designers and organisations are being supported to further their creative endeavour, create new collections,

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Jason Arrow to lead cast of HAMILTON’s first ever International Tour

The post Jason Arrow to lead cast of HAMILTON’s first ever International Tour appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

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Bernadette Robinson returns in DIVAS by Aussie Theatre

Following the success of her previous, sold-out one-woman shows, PENNSYLVANIA AVENUE, THE SHOW GOES ON and SONGS FOR NOBODIES (a

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Opening June 6, Jillian Walker Honors Whitney Houston in The Whitney Album by Leah Putnam

The world premiere plays Off-Broadway at Soho Rep.

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Titaníque Welcomes Aboard New Cast June 6 by Leah Putnam

Nicole Parker, Lindsay Heather Pearce, and Michael Williams lead the company as Céline Dion, Rose, and Jack, respectively.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:13AM

Step into the 1920s with Immersive Everywhere's The Great Gatsby, Beginning June 6 by Leah Putnam

At Park Central Hotel New York, join in on the Jazz Age drama of F. Scott Fitzgerald's famous novel.

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The Mountaintop Begins Previews June 6 at Los Angeles' Geffen Playhouse by Leah Putnam

Broadway alum Jon Michael Hill and TV's Amanda Warren star in the California production.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:13AM

Wet Brain, a Family Drama Featuring Extra-Terrestrials, Opens June 6 by Leah Putnam

John J. Caswell, Jr.'s new work makes its world premiere Off-Broadway at Playwrights Horizons.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:13AM

Photos: Go Inside The 2nd Annual BLACK WOMEN ON BROADWAY Awards!

The second annual Black Women On Broadway awards were held this week in New York and the star-studded event included appearances from the organization's founders, Danielle Brooks, Jocelyn Bi…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 12:07AM

IMPRESSIONS: Janis Brenner and Guest Artists in "MOMENTUM" at Loy Luo's Art Gallery by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Janis Brenner and Guest Artists in MOMENTUM at Loy Luo's Art Gallery: "Loy Luo’s art gallery offers limited room, but the wonderfully adaptable dancers make sure the perfor…

SOURCE: Dance Enthusiast at 12:00AM

IMPRESSIONS: Limón Dance Company “Exploring the Underworld” at Green-Wood Cemetery by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Limón Dance Company “Exploring the Underworld” at Green-Wood Cemetery: “Exploring the Underworld” is an act of thoughtful curation that demonstrates the potential fo…

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