Friday, September 22, 2017 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Tickets Are Now on Sale for Broadway's The Children by

Tickets are on sale for the American premiere by Lucy Kirkwood's The Children. James Macdonald directs the production, which begins previews on November 28 and opens on December 14 at th…

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Bradley Cooper & Lady Gaga-Led A Star Is Born Moves Release Date to Summer 2018 by Lindsey Sullivan

The upcoming Bradley Cooper-directed Star Is Born film remake is coming to the silver screen faster than you think! The Wrap reports that Cooper's directorial debut starring him and Lady…

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For Elephant Appreciation Day: On Several Elephant-Shaped Buildings by Trav S.D.

It’s Elephant Appreciation Day, a perfect occasion to reflect upon that bygone architectural oddity, the elephant-shaped hotel/ observation statue. There were four of them I know of, a…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

Playground Announces 2017-18 Readings and Festival by American Theatre Editors

The new-play incubator program will feature two world premiere plays, four new plays, and short works.

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Opening of Lady Gaga-Bradley Cooper A Star Is Born Pushed Forward by Andrew Gans

The remake, first scheduled to arrive September 28, 2018, will now premiere earlier.

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Warner Bros Moves Up Lady Gaga-Led A STAR IS BORN Release Date by BroadwayWorld

Warner Bros' highly anticipated remake of A STAR IS BORN, starring Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper will now be released in theaters on May 18, 2018. The film, which also marks Cooper's director…

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Photo Flash: Annette O'Toole and Cast of The Show-Off Debut New Production Photos

Dan Wackerman directs George Kelly's comedy for the Peccadillo Theater Company.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Photos and Video: The RSA Hosts Leading British Playwrights for NATIONS ON THE WORLD STAGES Symposium by BroadwayWorld

Yesterday a major symposium was held at The RSA at which leading British playwrights discussed how theatre should respond to and reflect the changing international role of Great Britain, Nor…

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Sold-Out Immersive KPOP Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The “high-octane” production takes theatregoers on a tour of a K-pop music factory.

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Here's a First Look at Jonno Davies, Matt Doyle & the Cast of Off-Broadway's A Clockwork Orange by Lindsey Sullivan

Gather 'round, Droogies! A Clockwork Orange, the gripping stage adaptation of Anthony Burgess’ literary masterwork, is currently running at off-Broadway's New World Stages. Ope…

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SpongeBob SquarePants Cast Recording, Featuring the Chicago Company, Hits Earbuds by Lindsey Sullivan

Ready to listen to "(Just a) Simple Sponge" on repeat? The SpongeBob SquarePants cast album is now available from MasterWorks Broadway. Produced by Scott Riesett and Tom Kitt, the …

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54 Sings Broadway’s Greatest Hits – A Scott Siegel Original by Sandi Durell

    by: Matt Smith   As we all know, the late, great Irving Berlin once wrote, “There’s no business like show business.” While it may be  argued that no o…

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BroadwayWorld Seeks Contributors Based In Germany by BroadwayWorld

As a Contributing Editor, you will have the opportunity to review the shows of your choice, conduct interviews with local and touring talent, design features of your own choosing for publish…

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Photo Flash: HAMILTON's Anthony Ramos Guests on WILL & GRACE Premiere by BroadwayWorld

HAMILTON's Anthony Ramos will guest star as 'Tony' on the series premiere of NBC's WILL amp GRACE entitled 'After 11 Years.'

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Photo Flash: First Look at Jonno Davies, Matt Doyle and More in A CLOCKWORK ORANGE Off-Broadway by BroadwayWorld

A CLOCKWORK ORANGE, director Alexandra Spencer-Jones's electrifying, critically-acclaimed stage adaption of Anthony Burgess' 1962 literary masterpiece, has released photos and video of the p…

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BWW Exclusive: Ken Fallin Draws the Stage - A CLOCKWORK ORANGE by Ken Fallin

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with renowned caricature artist Ken Fallin, a life-long theater enthusiast, who has drawn many Broadway and Off-Broadway productions. Below, check out his latest …

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DVR Alert: Kristin Chenoweth to Visit Next Week's LIVE WITH KELLY & RYAN by BroadwayWorld

BWW has learned that Broadway's Kristin Chenoweth will stop by LIVE WITH KELLY AND RYAN on Monday, September 25th. The Tony Award winner will discuss the new animated film MY LITTLE PONY THE…

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Offscript: Live From Drama Book Shop by American Theatre Editors

This week's guests are Lauren Gunderson, the season's most-produced playwright, and Ken Cerniglia, dramaturg of Disney Theatrical Group, the force behind this year's most-produced play.

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Tap dance is right up close for Human Rhythm Project at Columbia College by Lauren Warnecke

It’s been more than 10 years since the Chicago Human Rhythm Project, one of Chicago’s top tap dance companies, last performed at the Dance Center of Columbia College. As the venue’s 20…

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Theater News: M. Butterfly Adds Preview Performance With $25 Student Tickets

One hundred discounted tickets will be available at the box office the day of the performance.

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Take a Look at the High-Intensity Production of A Clockwork Orange by Hannah Vine

The acclaimed production from London hits the New York stage with a brand-new cast.

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Theater News: Leah Hocking Joins The Mad Ones at 59E59 Theaters

The Hairspray and All Shook Up star rounds out the cast of Kait Kerrigan and Brian Lowdermilk's new musical.

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Theater News: Google Arts & Culture Launches New Collection Honoring West Side Story

The project brings together artifacts, photographs, and more.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Dance review: Attack Theatre's 'Some Assembly Required' is ever-changing, still moving by Jane Vranish / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Attack Theatre began its 23rd season by throwing all the rules out the window … for the umpteenth time. The vehicle was their art interaction program, “Some Assembly Required,” which h…

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Cirque du Soleil's OVO Extends at London's Royal Albert Hall by BroadwayWorld

Cirque Du Soleil's OVO today announced the addition of an extra three weeks at London's Royal Albert Hall due to overwhelming demand. A colourful celebration of nature and co-existence, OVO …

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Jack And Jill Plays - Part 37 - Cookie by Adam Szymkowicz

About Jack and Jill Plays: This is a new thing I'm doing.  Posting a short play every day as long as I can.   The normal things about plays apply-- don't produce or reproduce this …

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Banned Books Week gets entertaining

What are you doing for Banned Books Week this year? It's not like you don't have choices.…

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Broadway's M. BUTTERFLY Adds Special Preview with Prime Seats for Students by BroadwayWorld

Broadway audiences have another opportunity to see this fall's most anticipated production David Henry Hwang's Tony Award-winning play, M BUTTERFLY, directed by Julie Taymor and starring Cl…

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Body, Ritual, Time: Impressions From Portland’s TBA by American Theatre Editors

Over 10 days of performance art, lines between performer and audience blurred, then disappeared altogether.

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M. Butterfly Offers $25 Student Tickets to Preview Performance by Olivia Clement

100 orchestra seats will be available at the discounted price for a newly added matinee.

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Following is not so easy in Hubbard Street Dance's 'Space' at the Harris by Chris Jones

“Follow a dancer,” said Glenn Edgerton. I’ve done that before — once for 2,000 miles, but that’s a story for another day. I’ve always found it to be good advice for life. Or mere…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at noon (Broadway Time)

Margaret Atwood, Canadian queen of dystopia

The award-winning author’s fiction resonates with contemporary concerns

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TIN Arts and Yorkshire Dance announce new project to support disabled dancers by Roda Musa

TIN Arts, a dance organisation based in Durham, has announced a partnership with Yorkshire Dance in Leeds to launch a project to

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SpongeBob SquarePants Takes His Place on Broadway by Hannah Vine

The marquee went up on Broadway for the musical adaptation of the Nickelodeon cartoon series.

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Trouble in Mind, The Print Room review - Tanya Moodie is a treat to watch by Tom.birchenough

Alice Childress’s groundbreaking 1955 drama played with panache Truth is pursued in different ways in Alice Childress’s groundbreaking 1955 Trouble in Mind, and its play-within-a-play s…

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Homo Instrumentalis, Gebläsehalle, Landschaftspark Duisburg-Nord, Germany — breathtakingly virtuosic

A dazzling multimedia reflection on the relationship between man and machine

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Liza Jessie Peterson’s New Solo Show Shines Light on Mass Incarceration Crisis by Olivia Clement

The performance artist and activist draws on her own experiences of working in prisons for The Peculiar Patriot.

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Paris Opera Ballet opening gala, Palais Garnier, Paris — sensuousness and French style

Two company premieres were the highlights of this star-studded evening

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The Compass Welcomes Stage Manager Lizzie Robinson by Adam Hetrick

Created by Leah Walsh, the podcast shares the personal stores of artists navigating the waters between art and commerce.

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Bring a Herd – Woolly Mammoth’s new app entices audiences in the age of technology by Sarah Scafidi

How many times have you tried to make plans with a friend to see a show, only to have it all get lost in phone tag, conflicting schedules, and awkwardness over who will be stuck with the bil…

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How a good play turned into another low for American theater by R. W. Schneider

We welcome back playwright and professor R. W. Schneider in another of his insights on life and American theatre. “In the quiet pond of my office a mystery had opened its toothy jaws a…

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Photo Flash: Inside Rehearsal with Victoria Hamilton and More for ALBION at the Almeida by BroadwayWorld

It's England really, isn't it A climate without cloud and rain isn't honest. In the ruins of a garden in rural England, in a house which was once a home, one woman searches for seeds of hope…

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English National Opera Chief Executive Cressida Pollock to Step Down by BroadwayWorld

English National Opera ENO announced yesterday that Cressida Pollock, the company's Chief Executive, will leave her role at the end of ENO's current season in June 2018.

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Nureyev ballet to open in Moscow, despite director's house arrest by Shaun Walker In Moscow

After last-minute cancellation in July, Bolshoi to bring life story of gay dancer who defected to stage in DecemberA controversial ballet about the Russian dancer Rudolf Nureyev will premier…

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The Pitmen Painters review at New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme – ‘superb performances, dull staging’ by Neil Bonner

The Ashington Group, a real-life art collective made up of hardened Northumbrian coalminers, achieved a great deal in its relatively short existence.

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The Terms of My Surrender's Director Michael Mayer & Star Michael Moore Receive Sardi's Portraits by Lindsey Sullivan

The Terms of My Surrender duo Michael Mayer and Michael Moore received a prestigious Broadway honor on September 21: the two Michaels earned their Sardi's caricatures! Mayer is the direc…

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Culturalist Challenge! Rank the Top 10 Broadway Stars You Want to See Return to Their Original Roles by Lindsey Sullivan

The staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic t…

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2017 Philadelphia Fringe Festival Review: ‘Joan Crawford in Her Own Words’ by JC Productions at Tabu Lounge & Bar by Deb Miller

Created by Michael McHugh, directed by Peter Tupitza, and starring the fabulous Eric Singel, JC Productions’ revival of Joan Crawford in Her Own Words reunites the show’s original team f…

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Agency to present 'Hellcab' for the holidays by Morgan Greene

Rusty Schwimmer will star in the return of the Chicago classic “Hellcab,” the Agency Theater Collective announced Friday. “Hellcab,” once a staple at the now shuttered Profiles Theat…

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VIDEO: Jake Gyllenhaal Admits He Knows Broadway Better Than Baseball by BroadwayWorld

On last night's CONAN, when guest Jake Gyllenhaal was asked by the host about his knowledge of sports, he admitted, 'I played sports, I like sports, I am actually athletic, but we never real…

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Broadway Rush, Lottery & Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - 9/22/2017 by BroadwayWorld

Broadway Rush, Lottery amp Standing Room Only Ticketing Policies - updated on 9222017.

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Stars From Emmerdale, Coronation Street, Call the Midwife Set for Tour of Strangers on a Train by Andrew Gans

The thriller will launch its U.K. tour in January 2018.

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Vivienne Benesch Honored With SDC’s Fichandler Award by American Theatre Editors

PlayMakers's producing artistic director receives an award named for one of her mentors and idols.

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Front Row row? Non-theatre regulars presenting flagship arts programme by Emma Clarendon

Giles Coren, Nikki Bedi and Amol Rajan will be the new presenting team for BBC Radio Four's flagship arts programme Front Row. None of them are particularly knowledgeable about the world of …

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Joffrey Ballet moving performances to Lyric Opera House in 2020 by John Von Rhein

In a major cooperative effort by the city’s leading producers of ballet and opera, the Joffrey Ballet and Lyric Opera of Chicago announced Friday that the dance company will move its seaso…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Joffrey Ballet named resident dance company at Lyric Opera House by Hedy Weiss

The alliance will mark the end of the Joffrey's long-time relationship with the Auditorium Theatre.

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Tara Rubin, Bernard Telsey, and More Among Artios Award Nominees From Casting Society of America by Ryan McPhee

The 2018 ceremony will also honor Oscar winner Barry Levinson, CAA rep Kevin Huvane, and casting director Victoria Thomas.

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Marc Bamuthi Joseph: The Closest Thing Going to Freedom.. by Bt

Monday, October 2, 6:30 PM at the Museum of Contemporary Art, 220 E. Chicago Ave. In this talk for Chicago theatre artists and administrators, Marc Bamuthi Joseph, arts activist, spoken…

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Theater News: Casting Announced for Project Shaw's Captain Brassbound's Conversion

Rebecca Luker, Max von Essen, Tony Sheldon, and more will participate in a rare concert staging of George Bernard Shaw's comedy.

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Theater News: Patti LuPone to Return to the West End in Company

The London revival stars Rosalie Craig as Bobbi in the gender-swapped role of Bobby.

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Go Inside Waitress Cast Album Karaoke with Sara Bareilles by Marc J. Franklin

The show’s Grammy and Tony-nominated composer-lyricist welcomed audience members to perform songs from the musical, accompanied by musical director Nadia DiGiallonardo

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Memories of la-la land

The latest news on auctions, galleries, prizes, artists on show

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PAD London: the stuff of dreams

Radical and groundbreaking work doesn’t deter experienced collectors who like a challenge

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Snapshot: ‘Really Good Dog Photography’

Photographer Tim Flach treats his canine subjects just as he would treat talkers rather than barkers

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Street art: a complicated relationship

The growing market for urban art comes with its own nuances and challenges

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Magazine covers light up the counterculture

These perennial collectibles are the stars of a new show in the A22 Gallery in London

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Imogen Holst: String Chamber Music — ‘precisely detailed’

An enterprising selection of works that echoes the personal English idiom of the composer’s father

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Bizet, Massenet, et al: L’Opéra — ‘burnished tone’

Jonas Kaufmann turns to French opera, and his duets from ‘Manon’ with Sonya Yoncheva are a highlight

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Christian McBride Big Band: Bringin’ It — ‘muscle and finesse’

The American bassist powers up a no-frills big band with an equally broad stylistic compass

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Andriessen: Theatre of the World — ‘Grotesque Stagework in 9 Scenes’

Athanasius Kircher’s story is told through a wild mix of opera, jazz, modernism and minimalism

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Download: The Red Turtle — ‘eco-allegory’

A wordless, minimalist antidote to the ADD maximalism of much modern animation

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Download: David Lynch: The Art Life — ‘damn fine documentary’

An accomplished look at how the man — and artist — was made

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Download: The Midwife — ‘lightness of touch’

Birth, death, love, food, wine: it’s all very familiar French cinema territory. But Martin Provost’s film transcends cliché

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The Deuce, Sky Atlantic — lots of sizzle

The sulphurous new series from the duo behind The Wire centres on the rise of the porn industry

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London Symphony Orchestra, Barbican, London — Rattle pulls it off

The conductor triumphed in a challenging all-Stravinsky programme

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Podcast: A New Normal gives voice to Syrian refugees in Europe

The diarists in this series are remarkable for their intimacy and candour

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BWW Review: BENNY & JOON at The Old Globe by E.h. Reiter

The 1990's are back in a big way, in fashion, in remakes, and now on stage with a new musical version of the indie hit movie BENNY AND JOON, now playing at the Old Globe through October 22nd…

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Up on the Marquee: SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS by Walter McBride

SpongeBob SquarePants is set to begin preview performances on Broadway at the Palace Theatre on Monday, November 6th with an official opening on Monday, December 4th.

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Photo Flash: First Look at Annette O'Toole and More in THE SHOW-OFF Off-Broadway by BroadwayWorld

The Peccadillo Theater Company, the OBIE, Lucille Lortel and Drama Desk Award-winning company dedicated to the rediscovery of classic American theater, presents a revival of The Show-Off by …

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Bazalgette review urges UK creative industries to boost regional growth by Georgia Snow

Peter Bazalgette has argued that the UK is “failing to harness” the creative talents it should be developing by being too focused

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Raúl Esparza and Daniel Jenkins Recreate Censored Shows in Banned Together by Robert Viagas

The unusual concert will take place at Joe’s Pub in NYC.

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Friday Playlist: Your Shameless Broadway Showtune Sing Along

Warm up your voice because you've got four hours of singing ahead of you!

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Upcoming Auditions for School of Rock, South Pacific, Finding Neverland, Grease, We Will Rock You, and More by Playbill Staff

Here's a selection of upcoming auditions in the New York area and around the country.

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Theater News: Ashley Spencer and Danny Gardner to Star in Crazy for You at Signature Theatre

A pair of Broadway veterans will lead the cast of the Gershwin musical comedy.

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Get Up-Close With the Props of Dear Evan Hansen by Hannah Vine

We head backstage at the Music Box Theatre for a special behind-the-scenes look at the Tony-winning show.

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BWW TV Exclusive: Watch Scene from RSC's TITUS ANDRONICUS- In Cinemas Tomorrow! by BroadwayWorld TV

The Royal Shakespeare Company's production of Titus Andronicus is coming to a cinema near you on Saturday, September 23. Click here for a full list of showtimes

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VIDEO: First Look - Alan Cumming Stars in BBC America Short Film Series QUEERS by TV News Desk

BBC America's QUEERS sees eight established writers respond to the 50th anniversary of The Sexual Offences Act which partially decriminalized homosexual acts between men in the UK, will air …

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Kyle Riabko Releases First Single From 'Richard Rodgers Reimagined' by BroadwayWorld

Ghostlight Records has announced the first single from the album Richard Rodgers Reimagined from KYLE RIABKO. Starting today Friday, September 22 customers that pre-order the album HERE …

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Review Roundup: Does YOUNG SHELDON Make a Big Bang with the Critics? by BroadwayWorld

Eight-year-old Iain recently starred in HBO's BIG LITTLE LIES and has appeared on NBC's LAW amp ORDER SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT and the Steve Harvey-hosted kids competition show LITTLE BIG SHOTS.…

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Photo Coverage: Michael Moore & Michael Mayer Unveil New Portraits for the Fabled Walls of Sardi's! by Walter McBride

Just yesterday, Academy Award-winning filmmaker, best-selling author and political icon Michael Moore and his Tony Award-winning director Michael Mayer, added another Broadway milestone to t…

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Features: A week in the life of Dido, Queen of Carthage's Ben Goffe

Head behind the scenes at the RSC's new production with the show's Cupid

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Photos: Exclusive first look at Matthew Kelly and cast in Desire Under the Elms

Sam Yates directs Eugene O'Neill's classic play in Robert Hastie's inaugural season

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Rebecca Luker, Max von Essen, Tony Sheldon Set for Reading of Captain Brassbound's Conversion by Andrew Gans

David Staller will direct the evening for the Project Shaw series.

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35mm: A MUSICAL EXHIBITION – The Other Palace Studio ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

As the show progresses there are some connections as well as juxtapositions, with each song blending into one another to create the idea that we are all the same in our overall experiences.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Andréa Burns Shares How She’s Done It and Dreaming It in Concert by Robert Viagas

The In the Heights star will review her past and preview her future in her Greenwich Village concert.

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Search for home rendered with sadness and skill in Title and Deed: review by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

American playwright Will Eno gets another Toronto staging, and director Stewart Arnott and actor Christopher Stanton make it a successful if bleak one.

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Film Interview: Jeff Rapsis’ Code of Silents by Arts Fuse Editor

For the past decade, Jeff Rapsis has improvised live scores for silent films starring Charlie Chaplin, Mary Pickford, and Douglas Fairbanks.

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National Tour of On Your Feet! Launches September 22 by Andrew Gans

The musical about the rise of superstar Gloria Estefan begins in Buffalo, New York.

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Wreck review at Nottingham Playhouse – ‘a harrowing debut play’ by Pat Ashworth

Fresh from drama school and holding the stage entirely on his own, Luke Grant makes a very impressive professional debut in this

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Presale: Book Now For Patti LuPone, Rosalie Craig In West End COMPANY! by BroadwayWorld

Marianne Elliott directs COMPANY, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical about life, love and marriage, with the lead role of Bobby reimagined for the first time as a woman. The produ…

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First Look at Olivier Winner Elaine Paige in London Palladium’s Dick Whittington by Hannah Vine

The pantomime will play the London venue for five weeks beginning December 9.

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Michael Mayer and Michael Moore Sardi’s Caricatures Unveiled by Hannah Vine

The pair behind The Terms of My Surrender on Broadway joined the walls of Sardi’s September 21.

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Shakespeare in Love Tops Most-Produced Plays of 2017–2018 by Olivia Clement

See which plays and playwrights made the list and who was named the most-produced playwright of the season.

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Tennis Onstage: Game, Set and Watch by Alexis Soloski

Five plays that transported the drama and comedy of the game from the court to the theater.

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Critic's Notebook: A Silent ‘Macbeth’ in Manhattan, a Vodka-Charged One in Brooklyn by Laura Collins-Hughes

“Macbeth Muet” is a frolic through tragedy with puppetry, while “Makbet” is a darkly gregarious production (shots included).

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They Can Act. But Can They Serve? by Alexis Soloski

Getting in character for “The Last Match,” the cast gets a tennis lesson from a former pro before taking the stage.

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Ashley Spencer and Danny Gardner Will Star in Signature's Crazy for You by Andrew Gans

The Gershwin musical will begin performances at the Virginia venue in November.

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GRACE NOTES: Friday, September 22, 2017 by Susan Grace

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THE BLINDING LIGHT – Jermyn Street Theatre ★★★★ by Carole Woddis

Howard Brenton gives us a barn-storming role for the actor playing Strindberg – in this case, Jasper Britton – and the women who appear in his life.

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The Breathing Hole and Inuit Cultural Dramaturgy by (ramona)

By Colleen Murphy. Canadian playwright Colleen Murphy writes about the importance of including Indigenous characters in plays and Indigenous artists in the process of making them.

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We’re Not Really Here: A Football Opera review at Contact, Manchester – ‘quietly radical’ by Chris Bartlett

Despite its subtitle, there is no opera and very little actual football contained in We’re Not Really Here, a quietly radical collaboration

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Harris Theater appoints president and CEO by Morgan Greene

Patricia Barretto has been appointed the new president and CEO of the Harris Theater for Music and Dance, effective immediately, the board of trustees announced Friday. Barretto was named in…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Danny Gardner and Ashley Spencer to Lead CRAZY FOR YOU at Signature Theatre this November by BroadwayWorld

Danny Gardner Broadway's Dames at Sea and Ashley Spencer Broadway's Grease are set to star in The Gershwins ' amp Ken Ludwig's musical comedy Crazy For You at Signature Theatre.

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Broadway's Chester Gregory Joins the Cast of Kansas City Repertory's FENCES by BroadwayWorld

Fresh off an 8-month run starring as Berry Gordy in Motown The Musical, Gary, Indiana native Chester Gregory has been added to the cast of the Kansas City Repertory production of August Wils…

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VIDEO: Broadway's Lauren Molina Performs Original Song on TODAY by BroadwayWorld

Broadway performer Lauren Molina honors Nick Sissa with an original song composed by Kathie Lee Gifford and David Friedman The Man Who Answered the Call.

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Seth Rudetsky Brings His Deconstructing Patti Show to Broadway September 24 by Robert Viagas

LuPone will recreate some iconic performances, and Rudesky will deconstruct them to aid BC/EFA.

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Film Review: “Brad’s Status” — A Superb Comedy About Male Failure by Gerald Peary

This downer comedy is a triumphant entry into the botched, washout male category of cinema.

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Classical CD Reviews: Arabella Steinbacher plays Britten and Hindemith and Daniil Trifonov’s “Chopin Evocations” by Jonathan Blumhofer

Hindemith and Britten could hardly have asked for more committed advocates than Steinbacher, Jurowski, and the RSOB.

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The Arts on Stamps of the World — September 22 by Doug Briscoe

An Arts Fuse regular feature: the arts on stamps of the world.

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BroadwayWorld UK Awards 2017: Natalie O'Donoghue's Nominations by Natalie O'Donoghue

BWW reviewer Natalie O'Donoghue puts forward her nominations for the 2017 BroadwayWorld UK Awards

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WAITRESS Tour to Hold Columbus Auditions to Search for 'Lulu' by BroadwayWorld

The Tony-nominated musical WAITRESS will make its Columbus premiere at the Ohio Theatre November 7-12, and is holding auditions to find two young girls to perform the role of Lulu for the …

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Improvised Stage Version of TWIN PEAKS to Be Presented on London Stage by BroadwayWorld

London's Nursery Theatre will bring audiences back to the eerie and claustrophobic world of TWIN PEAKS. The new production, titled 'The Owls Are Not What They Seem' will revisit the stranges…

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Review: Wings at the Young Vic by Rosemary Waugh

Please don't send flowers: Rosemary Waugh reviews a revival of Arthur Kopit's play about recovering from a stroke. The post Review: Wings at the Young Vic appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Birmingham Hippodrome Launches The Fairy Godmother Of All Pantomimes by BroadwayWorld

There was magic in the air at Aston Villa Football Club earlier this week as the fairy godmother of all pantomime casts arrived in the city for the official launch of the Birmingham Hippodro…

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Caissie Levy to Perform at Feinstein’s at the Nikko by Matthew Wexler

Direct from starring as Elsa in the pre-Broadway engagement of Disney’s 'Frozen' in Denver, Feinstein’s at the Nikko welcomes Broadway’s Caissie Levy for three performances, Nove…

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THE REVLON GIRL – Park Theatre ★★★★★ by Jonathan Baz

On a 1966 October morning in the small Welsh mining village of Aberfan, an estimated 150,000 tonnes of colliery waste suddenly began to move.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Minds in Meltdown, and a Risk-Taking Director Back on Form by Matt Wolf

"Prism," "King Lear," and "Knives in Hens" on the London stage, all reviewed.

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Casting announced for Strangers On A Train UK Tour 2018 by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Casting has been announced for the Strangers On A Train UK Tour 2018 which starts in Brighton in January 2018. John Middleton (Emmerdale) plays Detective Arthur Gerard, Coron…

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Photos: The week in pictures: 16 - 22 September

David Walliams has a family reunion, Ian McKellen does a major throwback and Maggie Smith and Derek Jacobi collude with criminals in this week's top pics

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Theatre News: Casting announced for Strangers on a Train

Anthony Banks will direct a cast including Hannah Tointon

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Guest Blog: Actor Connor Dyer On PARADE At Frogmore Paper Mill by Guest Blog: Connor Dyer

Connor Dyer played Leo Frank in Vivo D'Arte's promenade production of Alfred Uhry and Jason Robert Brown's Tony Award-winning musical PARADE at the world's oldest working paper factory, the …

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BWW's On This Day - September 22, 2017

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on September 22 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Senza Sangue/Bluebeard’s Castle at Hackney Empire, London – ‘dramatically enigmatic’ by George Hall

Hackney Empire is clearly strengthening its opera programming. For this flying visit by a European company that is an offshoot of the

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WATCH: StageFaves meets Hamilton's Cleve September

The wonderful Cleve September has had a busy few months! The IN THE HEIGHTS star, currently performing in JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR and soon to be in the original West End cast of HAMILTON is o…

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Politicians v the people: what our leaders could learn from Coriolanus by Natalie Haynes

Shakespeare plucked an obscure Roman general from Plutarch and made him a principled but uncompromising hero. As the RSC brings the play back, its brutal statement on class divide and convic…

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Mae Martin: ‘Waiting for Guffman is the funniest film I’ve ever seen’ by Rachel Aroesti

The Canadian standup and actor on the things that make her laugh the most, from suede waistcoats to PG WodehouseThis is so hard. I feel sick. OK, I’m going to say Tom Allen taking out a dr…

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Our Town review – Wilder's hymn to ordinary lives is remade for Manchester by Lyn Gardner

Royal Exchange, Manchester Sarah Frankcom stages Thornton Wilder’s 1938 drama with tenderness, bleak honesty and a community choirEdward Albee loved Thornton Wilder’s 1938 paean to ordin…

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Final Performances Announced for Underbelly Festival 2017 by BroadwayWorld

Underbelly Festival has been illuminating London's South Bank with its incredible programme of comedy, cabaret, circus, family shows, food and drink for five months but the time has nearly c…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Elaine Paige, Julian Clary, and Cast of DICK WHITTINGTON at the London Palladium by BroadwayWorld

Julian Clary Spirit of the Bells, Elaine Paige Queen Rat, Ashley Banjo The Sultan and Diversity The Sultan's Special Advisors,Paul Zerdin Idle Jack, Nigel Havers Captain Nigel, Gary Wilmot S…

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Casting announced for Strangers on a Train tour by Roda Musa

Christopher Harper and John Middleton are to lead the cast of a new production of Strangers on a Train. Harper, currently appearing

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Henry Godinez’s latest theatrical journey explores ‘Don Quixote’ by Mary Houlihan - For The Sun-Times

In his latest stage role, Godinez takes on a legendary fictional character.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Amy Herzog’s New Play Mines the Personal and Political by Ben Brantley

“Mary Jane” is a portrait of a mother’s relationship with her chronically ill young son. Carrie Coon of “The Leftovers” stars.

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Top 10 Most-Produced Plays and Playwrights in America 2017-2018 by New York Theater

Below is the list of the most-produced plays compiled by American Theatre Magazine of member theaters of Theatre Communications Group (in other words, non-profit theaters throughout the Unit…

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Theatre News: Twin Peaks play to be staged in London

David Lynch and Mark Frost's TV show is being given an improvised staging at the Nursery Theatre

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ENO chief executive Cressida Pollock to step down by Georgia Snow

Cressida Pollock, the English National Opera chief executive appointed to turn around the finances of the troubled company, is to step down

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BWW Review: INK, Duke Of York's Theatre by Debbie Gilpin

Read all about it Following a wildly successful run at the Almeida in the summer, James Graham's first of three new plays for 2017 has transferred to London's West End for a limited run at t…

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Christopher Harper and John Middleton Lead STRANGERS ON A TRAIN 2018 UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

A major new production of Strangers on a Train is set to steam into theatres across the UK next year.

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Applications Open Through Monday for BEAM2018 by BroadwayWorld

Applications to take part in the pitching days for BEAM2018 will close on 25 September.

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Tickets Now On Sale For The Tina Turner Musical TINA! by BroadwayWorld

TINA, a new musical based on the life of legendary artist Tina Turner, will open at the Aldwych Theatre in London's West End in March 2018, initially booking to June. Book tickets here from …

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‘Insular’ UK theatre must be more international in outlook, say leading playwrights by Georgia Snow

Playwrights including Kwame Kwei-Armah and Tanika Gupta have claimed that British theatre is “monocultural” and has a “problematic” approach to internationalism. Th…

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Conductor Carolyn Kuan Among 11 To Become U.S. Citizens At HSO Concert by Michael Hamad

The Hartford Symphony Orchestra's season-opening "Eroica" weekend just got even more heroic. On Oct. 7, before the second night of the HSO's "Beethoven's Eroica" Masterworks Series at the Bu…

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The Little Mermaid review at Mayflower Theatre, Southampton – ‘danced with aplomb’ by Anna Winter

The Little Mermaid completes Northern Ballet’s hat-trick year of premieres in sparkling style. Choreographed by company director David Nixon, it’s a thoroughly

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BWW Morning Brief September 22nd, 2017: ON YOUR FEET! Tour Starts the Salsa and More! by Danielle Ashley

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news ON YOUR FEET tour launches and more

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: Prism at Hampstead Theatre by Emma Clarendon

Robert Lindsay stars in Terry Johnson’s new play based on the life of cinematic master Jack Cardiff. Discover what critics have been saying about it with Love London Love Culture’s round…

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Tune into 'Bears Coaches Show,' then wish arts experts were that good by Chris Jones

After a massive loss by the struggling Chicago Bears — such as the 29-7 drubbing last Sunday by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers — the “Bears Coaches Show” on WBBM Newsradio turns into "Grou…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Patti LuPone and Rosalie Craig to star in reimagined Company by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Marianne Elliott will direct a new production of Company, Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's award-winning musical at the Gielgud Theatre from 26 September 2018 for a limite…

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NEWS: Patti Lupone & Rosalie Craig star in West End gender-switch Company, TICKETS ONSALE by Press Releases

Broadway legend Patti LuPone and Rosalie Craig will star in Marianne Elliott's 2018 gender-switch production of Stephen Sondheim's COMPANY in the West End.

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Photos: First look at Elaine Paige and cast of Dick Whittington

The London Palladium pantomime opens in December

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Review: Review: Legally Blonde (Churchill Theatre)

Lucie Jones returns to the lead role of Laurence O'Keefe and Nell Benjamin's musical

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Review: Review: Coriolanus (Royal Shakespeare Theatre)

Angus Jackson's show brings the RSC's Rome season to a close

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Patti Lupone returns to London's West End in Company

She's currently stealing the show in WAR PAINT across the pond, but as that show posts its closing notice, Patti Lupone is setting her sight on a new project - on the West End!! It has been …

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59E59 Theater hosts 'The Violin' by Blouin Artinfo

59E59 Theater is hosting the play titled “The Violin” produced by The Directors Company in association with ShadowCatcher Entertainment that will run through October 14, 2017. Dan McCorm…

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Regional Roundup: Top New Features This Week Around Our BroadwayWorld 9/22 - HOLLER IF YA HEAR ME, GYPSY, RENT, and More! by Bww Special

BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Friday, September 22, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “War Paint” Announces Closing Date, Patti LuPone to Return to “Company,” “Frozen” Eyes London, and More! “Today on Broadway” is a dail…

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Follies and Acosta Danza: this week’s best UK theatre and dance by Lyn Gardner and Judith Mackrell

Dominic Cooke’s revival of Stephen Sondheim’s beautiful musical continues its run at the National, while the celebrated choreographer returns to London1 FolliesStephen Sondheim’s flawe…

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Patti Lupone to join Rosalie Craig in gender-swapped production of Company by Giverny Masso

Patti LuPone will star in a West End revival of Stephen Sondheim’s Company. Marianne Elliott will direct the musical, which will be

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Jasper Johns: a brush with truth

Can the Royal Academy’s weighty retrospective get us any closer to solving the riddle of this enigmatic artist?

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‘The Orphanage’ at Filmoteca de Catalunya, Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

Spanish filmmaker J. A. Bayona’s award-winning debut feature “The Orphanage” will be playing at Filmoteca de Catalunya in Barcelona.With fond memories of spending her childhood in an o…

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‘Mother!’ at Palau Balaña Multicines, Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

Darren Aronofsky’s 2017 psychological horror film “Mother!” will be playing at Palau Balaña Multicines in Barcelona.An ageing poet (Him), who is struggling with writer’s block, and …

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‘Woodstock’ at Phenomena, Barcelona by Blouin Artinfo

The 1970 documentary about watershed counterculture Woodstock Festival “Woodstock” will be screened at Phenomena in Barcelona.In 1969, in the little-known town of Woodstock in upstate Ne…

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Review: Woke at the West Yorkshire Playhouse by Catherine Love

'We have to stumble along the way and admit to our mistakes': Catherine Love reviews Testament's show about feminism and becoming a father. The post Review: Woke at the West Yorkshire Playho…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Coriolanus review at Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘moments of power’ by Natasha Tripney

Angus Jackson’s production, the fourth in the Royal Shakespeare Company’s Roman season, opens with a drawn-out sequence in which a forklift truck

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Theatre News: Patti LuPone to star with Rosalie Craig in Company

Marianne Elliott will direct Stephen Sondheim and George Furth's musical

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Wings, Young Vic, London, review: A remarkable performance by Juliet Stevenson by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

The actress is aerially suspended in a void playing a stroke victim in this revival of Arthur Kopit's play

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The Revlon Girl, Park Theatre, London, review: A rich drama about grief, greed, and make-up by Joe Vesey-Byrne, Joe Vesey-Byrne

Four mothers grieve the loss of their children in the Aberfan disaster in a remarkably warm, sorrowful, and times even funny drama about survivors, small-town bickering, and make-up.

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)

Review: Normal at the Dublin Fringe by Chris McCormack

Chris McCormack reviews an "excellent and beguiling new play" about living with autism in contemporary Ireland. The post Review: Normal at the Dublin Fringe appeared first on Exeunt Magazin…

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Review: “The Revolutionists” in Boulder sets the bar for ensembles this theater season by Lisa Kennedy, The Know

The historical comedy opens the Boulder Ensemble Theatre Company's 12th season.

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DIDO, QUEEN OF CARTHAGE RSC, Stratford Upon Avon by Libby Purves and Friends

CHARLOTTE VALORI FINDS HERE, TOO, ARE TEARS FOR THE MISFORTUNES OF TROY While there are many excellent reasons to read Virgil’s Aeneid from cover to cover, more than once, the fourth book …

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Howard Sherman: New York theatres risk being trapped in the 20th century as plans for new venues collapse by Howard Sherman

The most intriguing news in New York theatre last week was not about what was happening, but what is not. Two new

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Mark Shenton’s top 6 London theatres in need of a refurb by Mark Shenton

As much as I love going to the theatre, there are some theatres I definitely don’t enjoy visiting. And in the middle

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Do the 'Bikini Bottom Boogie' with the SPONGEBOB SQUAREPANTS Original Cast Recording, Out Today by BroadwayWorld

The Original Cast Recording of SpongeBob SquarePants - The New Musical is out today, September 22, by Masterworks Broadway.

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Santino Fontana, Norm Lewis, Beth Malone, Laura Osnes and More Lead BERNSTEIN ON BROADWAY Tonight at the Kennedy Center by BroadwayWorld

Some of Broadway's brightest stars will come together tonight, September 22, at 8 p.m. for Bernstein on Broadway, a one-night-only performance celebrating the indelible and lasting impact Le…

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ON YOUR FEET! First National Tour Starts the Salsa in Buffalo Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Producers James L. Nederlander, Estefan Enterprises, Inc and Bernie Yuman have announced complete casting for the First National Tour of the Broadway musical ON YOUR FEET, starring Cuban-Ame…

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See Broadway’s Nicholas Rodriguez as Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls by Hannah Vine

Performances began September 19 at Milwaukee Repertory Theater.

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What Did L.A. Critics Think of Paul Rudnick’s New Comedy Big Night? by Adam Hetrick

Wendie Malick and Brian Hutchison star in the world-premiere play from the writer of Jeffrey and In & Out, which opened in Los Angeles September 16.

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Laser Beak Man: how an artist with autism created his own superhero by Stephanie Convery

Art was Tim Sharp’s way of communicating as a child; now it’s inspiration for a joyful 90 minutes of puppetry, live music, animation and dad jokesTim Sharp takes things literally. Consid…

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Friday, September 22, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Review: Oh My Sweet Land in various locations by Molly Grogan

Molly Grogan reviews the US premiere of Amir Nizar Zuabi's 2014 play about the Syrian conflict and humanitarian crisis. The post Review: Oh My Sweet Land in various locations appeared first …

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For The Ones Who Walk Away by Arts Review

From the company that brought you The Bacchae and Gonzo, St Martin’s latest work takes over Siteworks, Brunswick from 27 September to 1 October, inviting audiences to roam its many roo…

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'Haunted' Alton mansion invites public to meet its residents by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

When George and Sharyn Luedke bought the run-down McPike Mansion in Alton for $42,000 at an auction, they didn’t realize the cost to rehab it would be overwhelming.

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Best Bets: Oktoberfest, Hispanic Festival, Matchbox Twenty, Father John Misty, Brad Paisley by Go! Magazine Staff

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead.

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Video Flash: Flashback Friday: John Stamos Honed His Wonka Whimsy in Bye Bye Birdie

Stamos could definitely recycle his Alfred dance moves for Willy Wonka at the Hollywood Bowl.

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On the Couch with Michael Ralph by Arts Review

Who is Michael Ralph? I’m a Director / Choreographer currently working on SELF – an original dance theatre production in Melbourne. What would you do di?erently to what you do now? I…

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The Children’s Party by Arts Review

Playground politics just got serious. The Children’s Party is hitting the campaign trail during the 2017 Melbourne Fringe Festival, as Australia’s first child-led political party. Ever…

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Dramatic Dance and Delicious Dumplings feature at Ozasia Festival’s Opening Weekend by Arts Review

The Australian premiere of Akram Khan’s unique retelling of The Mahabharata, and Filipino contemporary dancer Eisa Jocson’s exploration of masculinity are two powerhouse performances to …

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'Les Miserables' Tour Brings Some Changes To Bushnell by Christopher Arnott

Nick Cartell, who plays Jean Valjean in the new tour of the bread-stealing musical "Les Miserables," respects all those great talents who fashioned this mammoth work into the classic it is n…

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Bright Star Tony Nominee Carmen Cusack’s 5 Most Memorable Nights Onstage by Andrew Gans

The acclaimed actor, who will reprise her role in the Los Angeles and San Francisco engagements of Steve Martin and Edie Brickell’s Bright Star, reflects on her theatrical career.

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5 Acting Lessons From Tony Winners Judith Light, Sutton Foster, and More by Ruthie Fierberg

Molly Bernard, star of Amazon’s Transparent and TV Land’s Younger, shares the lessons imparted by her co-stars.

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