Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Toronto's Dear Evan Hansen Finds Its Star in Robert Markus by Andy Lefkowitz

Canada's own Robert Markus has been cast in the title role in the Canadian premiere production of the Tony-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen. The previously announced mounting, which…

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A Christmas Carol review – riotously silly show puts Scrooge in a spin by Catherine Love

Liverpool PlayhouseSpymonkey riff with pop culture – from funk-anthem carols to Torvill and Dean – in a bizarre take on the Dickens classicAt this time of year, Scrooge is as reliable as…

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Voting Open For The 2018 BroadwayWorld Regional Awards Worldwide! Just Two Weeks Left! by BroadwayWorld

Voting is now open for the 2018 BroadwayWorld Regional Awards worldwide, brought to you by BroadwayHD Nominations were reader-submitted and now our readers get to vote for their favorites.

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Fire-damaged Derby’s Assembly Rooms to reopen under £24m development plan by Giverny Masso

Derby Council has approved a £24 million redevelopment of the city’s Assembly Rooms. The project will restore the venue, which was destroyed

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London fringe theatre the Bread and Roses to open sister venue in King’s Cross by Georgia Snow

A second fringe venue from the team behind the Bread and Roses pub theatre in Clapham is to launch in north London.

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VIDEO: Lin-Manuel Miranda Joins BILLY ON THE STREET to Ask New Yorkers If They're Happy by Stage Tube

Billy Eichner hits the street with Hamilton star Lin-Manuel Miranda to ask New Yorkers if they're happy and see if Lin-Manuel can inspire them and make them happier

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Broadway Weekly Buying Guide, Presented by SeatGeek: December 13, 2018 by Bww Special

Looking to buy last minute tickets to a Broadway show Don't know what to see Trying to find a theater

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An idea I don’t know how to execute. Maybe you do?

Ok, problem . . . theater tickets are too expensive. Solution?  Who the @#$% knows?!? (Actually, the truth is, there are plenty of inexpensive seats to lots of theater, from Off-off Broadwa…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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How Top-Quality Oil Paints Get Made by Artsjournal1

David Coles, who’s been making paints for artists for 20-odd years, walks us through the process, from sourcing the linseed oil to hand-filling the tubes for shipping and sale. — Art…

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A Fundraiser’s Ten Aphorisms To Live By by Artsjournal1

Longtime Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM) president Karen Brooks Hopkins: “I call these tidbits ‘KBHisms,’ which I hope will guide you through the cold winter months ahead a…

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Lin-Manuel Miranda Hits the Streets with Billy Eichner in New Billy on the Street Clip by Logan Culwell-Block

The Hamilton Tony winner and the new The Lion King star try to make New Yorkers and little happier.

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West End Waitress Will Host Cast Album Karaoke Sessions by Ryan McPhee

Katharine McPhee is set to star in the London engagement of the Sara Bareilles musical.

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Review: Clueless, the Musical at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

Another stylishly staged and energetically performed musical based on a cult high school movie

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Strange Window — a clever, topical riff on Henry James at BAM Harvey Theater, New York

James Gibbs updates The Turn of the Screw for the digital age

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BRIEFS: CLOSE ENCOUNTERS Comes to Leicester Square Spiegeltent on New Years Eve by BroadwayWorld

Trash, glamour, disco, burlesque, circus and guaranteed hilarity from the Briefs boys and spectacular special guests.

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A Look at the Opening Night of Noura Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Heather Raffo’s new drama, directed by Joanna Settle, opened at Playwrights Horizons December 10.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Cast Announced For Jean Anouilh's THE ORCHESTRA at Omnibus Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Amanda Osbourne SHAKESPEARE'S GLOBE, VIENNA'S ENGLISH THEATRE, Seeta Indrani RSC, THE NATIONAL THEATRE AND RAMBERT DANCE COMPANY, Stefania Licari, Pedro Casarin, Charlotte Laporte, Luna Dai,…

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VIDEO: Alice Ripley Gives TED Talk on Her Process, 'Magic Takes Time' by Stage Tube

Alice Ripley is sharing her wisdom with the world in a new TED Talk called 'Magic Take Time.'

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BWW TV: Go Backstage at BAT OUT OF HELL with Christina Bennington by BroadwayWorld TV

The award-winning Bat Out of Hell - The Musical at Dominion Theatre closes on 5 January, 2019 so we went backstage with Christina Bennington- who plays Raven - to find out what it is like to…

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Dinner Theater In The 21st Century: Upscale, ‘Immersive’, And Actually Related To The Play by Artsjournal1

Back in 1973, the Times described the then-popular phenomenon as “restaurants that feature live theater.” Now it’s the other way around, writes Elisabeth Vincentelli: ̶…

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At Cleveland Orchestra, Deficit Is Down And Audience Is Up by Artsjournal1

The budget shortfall for fiscal 2018 was $1.3 million, but that’s down from $4.2 million the previous year. At the orchestra’s main venue, Severance Hall, attendance rose by 8%, …

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From Xeroxed Queer Fanzine To Internationally Influential Opera Blog: The Tale Of Parterre Box by Artsjournal1

“The first issue was published 25 years ago this month and distributed in bathroom stalls at the Metropolitan Opera. Now its writers are credentialed press at the Met.” Joshua Ba…

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NPR’s ‘Wait, Wait, Don’t Tell Me’ To Be Adapted For TV by Artsjournal1

The hour-long program, being developed by NBCUniversal’s Wilshire Studios, “will stay true to the original while delivering bigger, visual and variety-themed games that can’…

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Blockbuster Films With Female Leads Sell Better: Study by Artsjournal1

“In a report compiled by media research agency Shift7 in collaboration with leading agency CAA, revenue for 350 high-grossing films released between 2014 and 2017 was assessed, and the…

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The Tell-Tale Heart — a darkly comic drama at the National Theatre (Dorfman), London

Anthony Neilson’s new seasonal show is inspired by Poe’s tale

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If Loving Yule is Wrong, I Don’t Want to be Right by Darryl Reilly

Darryl Reilly, Critic “Nothing brings you closer than almost breaking a hip together!” cracks performer John Burns about his later in life romance that culminated in marrying his husband…

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Guest Blog: Ciaran McConville On Rose Youth Theatre and HANSEL & GRETEL by Guest Blog: Ciaran McConville

Rose Youth Theatre has grown exponentially. We now have 1,000 students across several different courses in hubs all over the borough. There's rarely a moment outside school hours when the Ro…

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That’s Incredible! (And the Luxurious Mane of John Davidson) by Trav S.D.

Reality TV, now a staple of the medium for better or worse, has been with us since the dawn of television, albeit it came to us in muted and piecemeal forms prior to exploding into its own w…

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Group virtuosity from Helena Kay’s Kim Trio at the Vortex Jazz Club, London

The saxophonist’s trio played two gripping sets of acoustic jazz

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‘Offers plenty to consider & enjoy’: DOCTOR FAUSTUS – Shakespeare’s Globe by Tom Bolton

Doctor Faustus at Shakespeare’s Globe certainly provides an entertaining evening and, if it raises questions as well as providing answers, its approach is fresh, important and fascinating.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Review: Laura, Soho Theatre by Alexandra Wilbraham

Normally, when a play calls for audience participation, I would kindly decline, tip my hat and moonwalk out of the building. It’s also why I avoid sitting in the front row. Laura, however,…

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Robert Markus Will Play Evan Hansen In Toronto by BroadwayWorld

Producers Stacey Mindich and David Mirvish are delighted to announce that Canada's own Robert Markus will play the title role in the Canadian premiere production of the multi Tony Award-winn…

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BWW's On This Day - December 13, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 13 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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FIRST LOOK: Sharon D Clarke in Caroline or Change at Playhouse Theatre by Editorial Staff

By Editorial Staff New production photography has been released for the West End production of Caroline Or Change starring Sharon D Clarke which is currently previewing at the Playhouse Thea…

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Review: "Hamilton" at The Bushnell by Mark G Auerbach

Westfield News Group review of "Hamilton" at The Bushnell. Yes, it's great!

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The Tell-Tale Heart review at National Theatre, London – ‘schlocky fun’ by Natasha Tripney

The National Theatre has bravely chosen to give one of its festive December slots to Anthony Neilson for a stage adaptation of

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Matthew Bourne's Swan Lake, Sadler's Wells, review: All-male reinvention of the world's favourite ballet is still a marvel by  zoë Anderson,  zoë Anderson

First seen in 1995, this revival of Matthew Bourne's spellbinding production is as urgent as ever

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I Was An Unhappy, Aging Academic Until Flamenco Transformed My Life by Artsjournal1

Author and professor Catherine Taylor offers an impressionistic longread, with plenty of video clips, about how her midlife crisis moved her to travel to southern Spain for serious study of …

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Tasmanian Billionaire Is Building Hotel-And-Arts-Center Next To His Modern Art Museum by Artsjournal1

Gambling mogul David Walsh, who built and opened MONA (Museum of Old and New Art) in Hobart in 2011, has announced plans for a complex he’s calling Motown. In addition to 176 high-end …

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University Group Asked Comedians To Sign ‘Behavioural Agreement’ Before Benefit Performance by Artsjournal1

A student group supporting UNICEF at the School of Oriental and African Studies, a prominent research institution in London, booked five comedians for a benefit performance. Then it sent the…

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Alvin Epstein, One Of America’s Great Classical Stage Actors, Dead At 93 by Artsjournal1

He was Marcel Marceau’s assistant in his U.S. debut tour, played the Fool to Orson Welles’s Lear, was a founding member of both Yale Rep and American Rep Theatre, and acted in ev…

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Photo Flash: RED RIDING HOOD VERSUS THE WOLF Opens in Milton Keynes by BroadwayWorld

After a run of sold out previews, Stantonbury Theatre's second in-house pantomime opens for the festive season tonight. Directed by Stantonbury artistic director Lucy Cuthbertson and written…

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Photo Flash: First Look at the West End Production of CAROLINE, OR CHANGE by BroadwayWorld

Production photography is released today for the hit West End production Caroline, Or Change, currently playing preview performances at the Playhouse Theatre, London with Opening Night on Mo…

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Toronto's Dear Evan Hansen Finds Its Star in Robert Markus by Ryan McPhee

The first international production of the Tony-winning musical will begin performances in March 2019.

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Snow White review – festive filth from Julian Clary and Dawn French by Ryan Gilbey

London PalladiumRollerskating snowmen, a hydraulic dragon, a Strictly duo and Nigel Havers are among the attractions in this variety pantoWith Snow White, Julian Clary enters his third conse…

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake review – electrified return to the wild by Lyndsey Winship

Sadler’s Wells, LondonIntensity surges from the stage in this dark contortion of the classic ballet, given a mighty injection of new energyIt’s funny that Matthew Bourne’s shows are as…

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Cinderella review at SEC Armadillo, Glasgow – ‘flashy panto that lacks a soul’ by Thom Dibdin

Scottish comedy legends the Krankies return to Glasgow’s Armadillo at the SEC after two years away in a version of Qdos Productions’

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BWW Review: CINDERELLA, Bristol Hippodrome by Tim Wright

'Alright me babbers' is the shrill cry from the Ugly Sisters at this year's panto offering from the Bristol Hippodrome. The local references are lapped up by a fervent audience who are ready…

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Les Miserables review at Bord Gais Energy Theatre, Dublin – ‘arrestingly powerful performances’ by Jane Coyle

Writer, poet and politician Victor Hugo is revered as one of the towering cultural figures of 19th-century Europe but less known was

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Uncle Vanya at Hampstead Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Alan Cox stars as Vanya in Terry Johnson’s new adaptation of Chekhov’s classic play Uncle Vanya at the Hampstead Theatre. Find out what the critics made of it with Love London Love Cultu…

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Comedy is big on New Year's Eve: 9 comics in the city and suburbs by Zach Freeman

There’s never a bad time for a good laugh and the right comedian can help you close out 2018 in happy tears. Great stand-up comedy is a nightly occurrence across Chicago, and this New Year…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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A Christmas Carol review at Liverpool Playhouse – ‘inventive, sharp silliness’ by Nigel Smith

Say Spymonkey and all thoughts of a traditional telling of A Christmas Carol can be forgotten. Their retelling of Charles Dickens’ classic

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Photo Flashback: Jeff Daniels, Richard Thomas & Swoosie Kurtz in 1981's FIFTH OF JULY by Walter McBride

Today giving you a peek back into our archives with these flashback photos of Jeff Daniels, Richard Thomas, and Swoosie Kurtz in 1981's FIFTH OF JULY.

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INTERVIEW: Christopher Tajah tells us about passing on Martin Luther King’s legacy in new play Dream of a King by Featured Content

Martin Luther King Jr was a man who undoubtedly deserves and defines the often overused accolade 'icon'. His message and story has inspired many, including writer/performer Christopher Tajah…

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Best of 2018 JKTS Awards: Fun, Fun, Fun! by JK

THE 2018 JKTS AWARDSGood Clean Fun(9 Awards)After taking a couple of seasons off, we are super excited to re-start our annual tradition! Up first, our awards for the media and technical aspe…

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REVIEW: Nine Night, Trafalgar Studios ✭✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Natasha Gordon’s Nine Night now playing at the Trafalgar Studios. This post REVIEW: Nine Night, Trafalgar Studios ✭✭✭✭✭ first appeared …

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‘Features some wonderful performances’: DIALEKTIKON – Park Theatre by Shanine Salmon

It is appropriate that Park Theatre is staging Jacky Ivimy’s Dialektikon at this time of year. Theatres are full of pantomimes, humorous re-workings of classic fairy tales, so why not a le…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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One Dance UK commissions major research project into freelance dancers by Georgia Snow

The first research into freelance workers in dance for more than a decade has been commissioned, in an effort to better understand

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Tina star Kobna Holdbrook-Smith: ‘Theatre leaders need to be braver with diversity’ by Giverny Masso

Tina star Kobna Holdbrook-Smith has accused theatre leaders of not being “quite courageous enough” to bring about change when it comes to

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Review: Uncle Vanya, Hampstead Theatre by Gabriel Wilding

Why do we watch the same plays over and over again? Is it a testament to the innate genius of the writers? Because they cover issues constantly facing humanity? Is it a lack of imagination, …

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NEWS: Nominees for The Stage Awards 2019 include Almeida Theatre, Nottingham Playhouse & Sonia Friedman by Press Releases

Top theatres across the UK, including nominees from London, Manchester, Nottingham, Wales and Scotland, have made the shortlist for The Stage Awards 2019.

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PHOTOS: Peek inside the pub as new drama Loop releases production images by Featured Content

Many of us will recognise the inside of a pub, especially during the festive season... but how does the boozer at the centre of Peter Mulligan's Loop look and what's going on in his bar-set …

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The Scarlet Pimpernel review at The Egg, Bath – ‘colourful and creative’ by Rosemary Waugh

Vive la revolution! Following 2017’s irrepressibly lovely Little Mermaid, Pins and Needles Productions return to The Egg with Christopher William Hill’s colourful,

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Sleeping Beauty review at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre – ‘big energy and silly banter’ by Dave Fargnoli

Benefiting from a serious dose of kids’ TV nostalgia, Sleeping Beauty at Wolverhampton’s Grand Theatre is a warm-hearted pleasure. Director Ian Adams

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‘Engaging & powerful three-hander’: THE CANE – Royal Court Theatre by Maryam Philpott

Mark Ravenhill’s fascinating new play The Cane at the Royal Court Theatre examines the issues of culpability for small-scale endorsed acts of violence and the nature of justice.

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Meet Canada’s Evan Hansen: Robert Markus of Stratford’s Rocky Horror Show by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

The Vancouver-born actor passed his audition ‘with flying colours’ to pay the title role in the Toronto production of Broadway smash Dear Evan Hansen.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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The Last of the Old-School Cabaret Artists by Alex Traub

Steve Ross will always sing ‘Always.’ A certain Cole Porter tune still gives him a frisson. The entertainer, who could very well be the last of a dying breed, has devoted himself to the …

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Photo Flash: Inside the Gala Night For SNOW WHITE at the London Palladium by BroadwayWorld

Qdos Entertainment's production of Snow White at the London Palladium began on Saturday 8 December 2018 with Gala Night on Wednesday 12 December 2018. The five week strictly limited run con…

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BWW Review: NINE NIGHT, Trafalgar Studios by Charlie Wilks

Natasha Gordon's glorious writing debut, under Roy Alexander Weise's direction, transfers to the West End, managing to retain all of the magic it held whilst on the Dorfman stage. Following …

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Cinderella review at Festival Theatre, Edinburgh – ‘Simply sublime’ by Thom Dibdin

Christopher Hampson’s Cinderella, choreographed to Prokofiev’s score, remains a sumptuous seasonal delight in Scottish Ballet’s revival of its 2015 production. Hampson uses

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Sergei Polunin Presents A New Mixed Bill At The London Palladium by BroadwayWorld

Ballet star Sergei Polunin will present a new mixed programme at the London Palladium from 28 May to 1 June 2019. The programme will feature an international cast and creative team, includi…

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West End's WAITRESS Announces First Cast Album Karaoke by BroadwayWorld

Theatre lovers who have always dreamt of singing on the West End stage will soon be able to make their dream a reality. The first ever Cast Album Karaoke nights will be held post-show on Tue…

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Almeida Theatre, Young Vic Theatre, National Theatre, and More on Shortlist For The Stage Awards by BroadwayWorld

The world's oldest and best theatre publication, The Stage, has announced the shortlist for The Stage Awards 2019, in association with Integro Insurance Brokers Ltd.

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Wake Up With BWW 12/13: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Opens, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories To Kill a Mockingbird officially opens tonight, and more

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Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake review at Sadler’s Wells – ‘a superb revival’ by Anna Winter

There isn’t a wasted step in Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake. It’s been more than 20 years since Bourne’s brawny male birds first

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The Feingold Column: That ‘Fiddler’ Incident by Michael Feingold

A drunk yells, a panic starts, a columnist worries. Should he? The post The Feingold Column: That ‘Fiddler’ Incident appeared first on New York Stage Review.

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo: Typically Tutu Funny to Describe by Michael Sommers

★★★★ The Trocks spin back for the holidays as en pointe entertaining as ever The post Les Ballets Trockadero de Monte Carlo: Typically Tutu Funny to Describe appeared first on New Yo…

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Snow White starring Julian Clary and Dawn French review at London Palladium – ‘sumptuous and showy’ by Paul Vale

For three years now, Qdos Entertainment has taken over the Palladium at Christmas to produce a spectacular family pantomime. It has been a

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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It’s Here! The 2017 Digital Marketing Benchmark Study by Ceci Dadisman

It is one of the best times of year! Capacity Interactive has published their most recent Arts Industry Digital Marketing Benchmarking Study findings. In looking at these findings year-over-…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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BWW Review: Amy Heckerling Pens New Lyrics To 90s Hits To Bring CLUELESS To The Musical Stage by Michael Dale

The inherent problem with trying to craft a book musical around a score made of previously-existing hit songs is that the lyrics rarely match the charactersituation specifics enough to keep …

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Young people need to be told the real story about careers in the arts by Richard Jordan

Last Sunday, Dalton Harris became the 14th winner of the X-Factor, a victory watched by 5.3 million viewers. This came at the

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Craig Hunegs to Leave Warner Bros. TV Group & Digital Networks by Blouin Artinfo

Craig Hunegs, President, Business and Strategy, Warner Bros. Television Group and President, Warner Bros. Digital Networks, will be leaving the Studio at the end of the year, announces the c…

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Donors Can Gain From Giving Circles by Joe Patti

I have written a few times about the way people are organizing themselves in Giving Circles. It seems like an interesting approach to philanthropy because it is social and communal the way s…

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Thursday, December 13, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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“The Nutcracker” at Théâtre des Champs-Elysées, Paris by Blouin Artinfo

Tchaikovsky’s “The Nutcracker” comes to stage in a new production by Kiev National Opera Ballet at Paris’ Theatre des Champs-Elysees from December 23- January 6, 2019.Popularly calle…

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The Net Will Appear by Wendy Caster

At the beginning of Erin Mallon's The Net Will Appear, 75-year-old Bernard climbs out of his second-story window to use the roof of the first floor as a deck. He sets up his camping chair an…

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Pretty Woman: The Musical to Play First International Production in Germany by Andy Lefkowitz

Mercy! Pretty Woman: The Musical has scheduled its first international production, set to play Hamburg, Germany's Stage Theater an der Elbe in 2019. Previews will begin on September…

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Star-Packed Premiere of To Kill a Mockingbird Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The highly anticipated new stage adaptation of Harper Lee's Pulitzer-winning novel To Kill a Mockingbird opens at Broadway's Shubert Theatre on December 13. The world premiere produc…

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St. Louis Art Museum buys Friedrich painting for $2.75 million by Jane Henderson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

A small landscape by German Romantic painter Caspar David Friedrich was bought Wednesday for $2.75 million by the St. Louis Art Museum.

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Q&A: 'The Nutcracker' is an introduction to ballet for many by Calvin Wilson | Post-Dispatch Theater Critic

St. Louis Ballet performs holiday favorite at the Touhill.

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Q&A: O night Divine — 12 Christmas questions with John Waters by Kt Hawbaker | Chicago Tribune

With a film career reeking of a grease trap and hairspray, iconic troublemaker John Waters would make the top of any holiday party list.

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'Les Misérables' plays to the rafters at the Fox by Calvin Wilson St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Hit musical at the Fox Theatre was part of British Invasion.

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‘She’s kind of a superhero’: Emily Blunt on playing Mary Poppins

More than 50 years after Julie Andrews, the British actress is taking on one of the world’s favourite characters

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PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL Will Play Hamburg Next Fall by BroadwayWorld

Producer Paula Wagner is pleased to announce the first international production of PRETTY WOMAN THE MUSICAL will begin performances in Germany, on Monday, September 23, 2019. Presented by St…

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‘Pretty Woman: The Musical’ Sets First International Production In Germany by Dino-Ray Ramos

The magical fairytale production of Pretty Woman: The Musical is about to go international. Producer Paula Wagner announced that the musical will have its first international production …

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‘Pretty Woman’ to launch first international production by Caitlin Huston

“Pretty Woman” is launching its first international production in Hamburg, Germany. The musical will start performances at Hamburg’s Stage Theater an der Elbe on Sept. 23, 2019, with a…

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Pretty Woman: The Musical to Play in Germany by Olivia Clement

The Broadway musical will play its first international production in September 2019.

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To Kill a Mockingbird, Starring Jeff Daniels and Adapted by Aaron Sorkin, Opens on Broadway December 13 by Ryan McPhee

Bartlett Sher directs the stage adaptation of Harper Lee's beloved classic novel.

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Behind the Scenes of Broadway’s To Kill a Mockingbird With Aaron Sorkin, Jeff Daniels, and More by Ruthie Fierberg

The cast and playwright talk about putting together the new Broadway play, ahead of its December 13 opening.

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Who Was Lin-Manuel Miranda’s Biggest Inspiration for His Mary Poppins Returns Character? by Ruthie Fierberg

In his feature film debut, the Hamilton creator and star talks about focusing on just acting—for once.

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'Princess Party' brings Broadway royalty to Pittsburgh Improv by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Cinderella (Laura Osnes), Belle (Susan Egan) and Jasmine (Courtney Reed) will be singing for all ages at the West Homestead comedy venue.

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What's happening in Pittsburgh this weekend, Dec. 13-16

Concerts by Cody Jinks, The Old 97’s, Pink Talking Fish and more.

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