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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

The best live theater to stream online this week by Adam Feldman

George Street Playhouse: CONSCIENCE through October 31. The original cast of Joe DiPietro’s CONSCIENCE, which ran only briefly at New Jersey’s George Street Playhouse before being forced…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

August Wilson's Archives to be Housed in Pittsburgh, Playwright's Hometown by Logan Culwell-Block

The Tony- and Pulitzer-winning Fences writer's personal effects will be held at the University of Pittsburgh.

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Celebrate National Cat Day with These 7 CATS Throwback Videos

While National Cat Day might not be celebrating the Broadway show Cats, we're still taking a look back at past performances from the show!

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Kennedy Center Announces Additional In-Person Concerts Featuring Norm Lewis and More

The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts has announced upcoming in-person performances through the innovative On Stage at the Opera House series. Designed to safely bring back liv…

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VIDEO: Josh Lamon, Gabi Campo, Rena Strober and More Come Together for Broadway PSA 'Make a Plan to Vote'

Broadway performers have come together virtually to help get out the message to VOTE. The video features cast members from such shows as Hamilton, The Phantom of the Opera, The Prom and West…

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8 Videos That Make Us Excited for Christina Bianco's Birdland Concert!

There's no doubt Christina Bianco can put on an excellent performance! Check out some of her past gigs before this week's Birdland concert on October 30 at 8 p.m.!

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Brian Stokes Mitchell Releases New Version of Ragtime Anthem ‘Make Them Hear You’ by Ruthie Fierberg

The Tony winner and chair of The Actors Fund honors American heroes.

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VIDEO: Brian Stokes Mitchell Performs 'Make Them Hear You' in Praise of American Heroes

Brian Stokes Mitchell has released a video of himself performing 'Make Them Hear You' in praise of American heroes including Sojourner Truth, Frederick Douglass, Booker T. Washington and mo…

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Felicia Curry and Adam Immerwahr to co-teach Black and Jewish plays at Theater J by David Siegel

In these tumultuous times, theatermakers and theatergoers have been working to share a long-time common goal: to reflect upon and engage with the human condition. In a noble effort to contin…

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Broadway Background Of Wisconsin GOP Candidate’s Wife Becomes Political Talking Point by Greg Evans

The Broadway performances of a U.S. congressman’s wife has become an unlikely talking point in Wisconsin politics. In her campaign to unseat Republican U.S. Rep. Mike Gallagher by highligh…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

Yes, We Liked the Berkshires Shows. Here’s $2 Million. by Michael Paulson

This summer, a woman went to outdoor shows at two beloved theaters in Massachusetts. She and her brother are now helping them to cover their costs and survive this winter.

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See Tony Nominees Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo in New Moulin Rouge Music Video by Caitlin Moynihan

Good news, Bohemians! Moulin Rouge, the musical that recently garnered 14 Tony nominations, has released a new music video for "Come What May" from the show. Featuring Tony nominees Aaron …

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Adam Pascal Joins New EVERYTHING FAB FOUR Podcast

Adam Pascal is the latest guest on 'Everything Fab Four,' a new podcast from Salon and Wonderwall Communications that's focused on fun and intelligent stories about the enduring influence of…

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VIDEO: Chloé Arnold, Maud Arnold and Judith Hill Pay Tribute to Irving Berlin's TOP HAT With 'Cheek to Cheek'

Today Concord Theatricals, on behalf of The Irving Berlin Music Company and in coordination with CLI Studios, released the third and final video in their series celebrating the 85th anniver…

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Lincoln Center Cancels 2021 American Songbook Series by Andrew Gans

The Great Performers spring series and the David Rubenstein Atrium spring season have also been canceled due to the ongoing pandemic.

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Christopher Jackson, Alan Menken, Jessie Mueller and More to Take Part in Fourth Annual TheaterMakers Summit

The TheaterMakers Studio will present the fourth annual TheaterMakers Summit on November 14 and 15. This year, the event will be held virtually for attendees and speakers.

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George Street Playhouse Extends Virtual Run Of CONSCIENCE To October 31

The original cast of Joe DiPietro’s CONSCIENCE has come together again for a virtual version of the play with George Street Playhouse. Due to the shutdown of theaters throughout the state …

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Review: The Irish Rep's revival of A Touch of the Poet at curtainup.com/ by Elyse Sommer

a terrific virtual rendition elevates this lesser O'Nell play a few notches closer the top of the playright's canon

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George Street Playhouse Extends Virtual Run Of "Conscience" To October 31

The original cast of Joe DiPietro’s CCONSCIENCE has come together again for a virtual version of the play with George Street Playhouse. Due to the shutdown of theaters throughout the stat…

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Tom Rush back on the road, playing drive-up concert in Connecticut by Christopher Arnott

Folk hero Tom Rush returns to New England, playing an outdoor 1 p.m. show Nov. 7 at Bridge St. Live in Collinsville.

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Sean Hayes, Ben Stiller, Josh Groban, Andrea Martin and MORE Join STARS IN THE HOUSE Election Day Vote-A-Thon

'Stars in the House's' Election Day Vote-A-Thon is getting even bigger! Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley announced today that a who's who of stage and screen favorites have joined the lineup f…

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Andrea Savage Directs Film Adaptation of GEORGIA MERTCHING IS DEAD

Andrea Savage will direct a film adaptation of 'Georgia Mertching Is Dead,' an Off Broadway play written by Catya McMullen.

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Blackeyed Theatre’s Jane Eyre returns to the stage and streams online by Mark Ludmon

By Mark Ludmon Director Adrian McDougall talks to Mark Ludmon about Blackeyed Theatre's touring adaptation of Jane Eyre live and streaming on demand. This post Blackeyed Theatre’s Jane Eyr…

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Parenting From The Wings: Saturday Night and A (Live) Show

My daughter and I went to see her friends in a show last weekend. A real, live show. It was just like we have many, many times before. Sort of. It was outside (and it was cold). Everyone wor…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at noon (Broadway Time)

Is Auto-Tune Coming To Dance? by Joe Patti

I recently saw this story about Adobe creating a new product using AI to smooth out dance movement in videos. I can definitely see the value in something like this in the Covid era. If you h…

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Amazon Studios Orders Film Adaptation of THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE

Amazon Studios announced today that it has picked up the gripping new drama Things I Know To Be True, starring and executive produced by Academy and Emmy Award winner Nicole Kidman under her…

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New Musical SHAME, Starring Adam Pascal, James Snyder, Lilli Cooper and More to Hold Virtual Readings

Art Lab and ShowTown Productions have announced two virtual, invitation-only readings of the new musical shAme, to be streamed Wednesday, November 18 and Thursday, November 19.

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Taking Care COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund expands to meet ongoing need by News Desk

theatreWashington has announced an expansion of the Taking Care COVID-19 Emergency Relief Fund, originally organized in March 2020 in response to the COVID-19 outbreak and the sudden loss of…

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Continuing Ourstory: Reflections From a Virtual LGBTQ+ Theatre Space by American Theatre Editors

Gathering in a time of isolation is something queer artists know all too well, as well as the sacred, life-saving power of sharing space and stories.

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The Industry Standard Group, the First BIPOC Commercial Theatre Organization Launches Today

The Industry Standard Group, the first completely BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and People of Color) commercial theatre investment and production organization, has announced the launch of their…

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Broadway rallies behind Biden ahead of election day by Caitlin Huston

The Broadway community traditionally rallies behind political causes and presidential elections.  But during this election season, with the industry shut down, a pandemic raging and unemplo…

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BIPOC Producers Form Organization to Create Equitable Theatre Landscape by Dan Meyer

The Industry Standard Group is founded by Rashad V. Chambers, Miranda Gohh, Adam Hyndman, Toni R. Isreal, and more.

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Watch Tony Nominees Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo in Moulin Rouge! "Come What May" Video

You'll love this video 'til the end of time.

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‘Wholly engaging’: PETRICHOR – ThickSkin (Online review) ★★★★ by Kristy Stott

At a time when human connection feels more vital than ever, Petrichor offers an immersive, accessible and unique way to experience theatre.

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 11am (Broadway Time)

London’s Southbank orchestras come back to life

Streamed performances by the Philharmonia Orchestra and London Sinfonietta cover a broad musical spectrum

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VIDEO: Next on Stage High School Top 5 Announced with Special Guest Judge Derek Klena - Live at 8pm!

Next on Stage returns tonight with the announcement of our high school top 5 in season 2 of our online musical theatre singing competition sponsored by Broadway Records.

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This Week's New Classifieds on BWW - 10/29/2020

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 10/29/2020 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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Mayor Bill de Blasio Announces Launch of New York City's Open Storefronts Initiative

Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday announced the launch of New York City's Open Storefronts initiative, which will allow businesses to use the sidewalks in front of their stores in the same wa…

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Get a Special VIP Upgrade for Beth Malone's Virtual Concert This Weekend!

See how the magic is made! Join Seth and Beth for an exclusive look at soundcheck at 5pm on Sunday to see how the magic is made. Get a sneak peek at the concert material with an authentic ba…

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Stars in the House Welcomes Cast of NBC's Connecting, Including Otmara Marrero, Shakina Nayfack, Keith Powell, October 29 by Andrew Gans

Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

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George Street Playhouse Extends Virtual Version of CONSCIENCE by BroadwayWorld

The New York Times called CONSCIENCE "a timely boxing match of a history play" and referred to Harriet Harris' portrayal of Margaret Chase Smith as "a dry-witted hero with the rare courage t…

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Kimberly Faye Greenberg IS “The Fabulous Fanny” by Trav S.D.

How will YOU be observing Fanny Brice’s birthday? I started this day out by watching Fabulous Fanny: The Songs and Stories of Fanny Brice, Kimberly Faye Greenberg’s one woman show that t…

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8 BIPOC Producers Unite to Fund a Different Broadway by American Theatre Editors

The Industry Standard Group is putting investment muscle and production prowess behind the effort to build a more representative commercial theatre.

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 10am (Broadway Time)

A Not-So-Merry Mix: Shakespeare, Bluegrass and Randy Quaid by Lisa Birnbach

The Broadway marquee was up, but this crowd-pleasing musical never made it out of Seattle. Among the creative differences: How fat should Falstaff be?

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Review: Midnight Dreary series continues with Poe’s creepiest tales by Tim Treanor

All stories are about the loss of power – or, more correctly, loss of the illusion of power, and the more fundamental the loss, the more heart-wrenching the story. Here we are, in the prim…

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Kerry Ellis and Louise Dearman to star in theatrical sitcom, The Fosse Forest Ballet by Jess Young

Philip Joel, who you may know from his hilarious and satirical online sketches during lockdown and David Muscat of Emerge Production House, have joined  forces to create a new, unique thea…

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Tune In to Act Out: Vote 2020 A Night of Performances to Get Out the Vote by Broadway Direct

Tonight, tune in to Act Out: Vote2020, a series of short, all new monologues and songs that will make up an hour-long video encouraging audiences to vote in the upcoming elections. Presente…

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Hot Clip of the Day: We Recommend The Act's "Arthur in the Afternoon" Starring Liza Minnelli and Roger Minami

We will never tire of discussing Liza Minnelli Broadway musicals. The spotlight is shining this October 29th on the 1977 Broadway musical opening night of The Act which Liza starred in aroun…

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BWW Exclusive: #PolicyOverPresident with Kimber Elayne Sprawl & Ryan Vasquez- Pandemic Response

The 2020 Presidential Election is just days away and BroadwayWorld's Vote Ambassadors Kimber Elayne Sprawl (Girl From the North Country) and Ryan Vasquez (Hamilton) want to make sure that y…

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Christina Bianco Takes Over Our Instagram Today!

In celebration of her Birdland Jazz concert on October 30, Christina Bianco will be taking over our Instagram today, October 29! Follow along with us on BroadwayWorld's Instagram.

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Bette Midler talks about the success of her 1993 film Hocus Pocus, explains how it felt to act with Sarah Jessica Parker and Kathy Najimy again in the Hocus Pocus Hulaween reunion and reveal…

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WATCH: Ten Minute Tidbits with Spencer Glass and Guest Derek Klena - Live at 5pm ET!

It's the Day of the Show Y'All host Spencer Glass is taking over our Instagram Live with his new show, Ten Minute Tidbits!

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Virtual Theatre Today: Thursday, October 29- with Beth Malone, Next On Stage and More!

Today (October 29) in live streaming: Beth Malone visits Backstage Live, Meet the Top 5 on Next On Stage, and so much more!

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THROWBACK THURSDAY: Paul Wilkins – actor and producer by Sarah Day

By Sarah Day This week we speak to actor and now producer Paul Wilkins about surviving the pandemic and his production company Opportune Theatre This post THROWBACK THURSDAY: Paul Wilkins …

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 9am (Broadway Time)

WATCH: Performers and Activists From Broadway and Beyond 'Claim the Vote' by Ryan McPhee

The new PSA from Claim Our Space features Hamilton alums Krystal Joy Brown, Ryan Vasquez, Ashley de la Rosa, and more.

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Andrea Savage to Direct Film Adaptation of Off-Broadway's Georgia Mertching Is Dead by Ryan McPhee

Joining the I'm Sorry creator-star on the creative team is playwright Catya McMullen.

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Josh Groban, Chita Rivera, Dozens More Join Lineup for Stars in the House's 10-Hour Election Day Marathon Stream by Andrew Gans

Seth Rudetsky and James Wesley's daily series benefits The Actors Fund.

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, October 29, 2020 by Susan Grace

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New York City Center to Stream Audra McDonald Concert in December

The concert will serve as City Center's 2020 gala.

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Watch Aaron Tveit and Karen Olivo Sing 'Come What May' From Moulin Rouge! Musical by Dan Meyer

The two were recently Tony-nominated for their performances in the Broadway musical.

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City Theatre Slates More Shorts; Slow Burn Plans In-Home Gala by Bill Hirschman

Usually fundraising galas are black tie events with hors d’oeuvres and dancing. Well, you can wear a black tie if you like, eat popcorn and dance if you like but in the privacy of your hom…

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Call Answered: Brian Belovitch Interview: Playwright, Author, ...Boys Don't Wear Lipstick by Adam Rothenberg

Brian Belovitch is an award winning playwright known for the ground-breaking play …Boys Don’t Wear Lipstick. A trailblazer in telling LGBTQ+ stories, Brian is getting ready to celebrate …

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Artistic Directors of the Future launches new virtual resource: Bite-Size by Frankie

Artistic Directors of the Future launches Bite-Size: A new virtual resource aimed at supporting and enhancing the leadership skills of diverse artists. The post Artistic Directors of the Fut…

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NEWS: Southwark Playhouse’s winter season includes new production of Constellations & three musical livestreams by Press Releases

The next show announced in Southwark Playhouse’s winter season is Nick Payne’s Constellations starring Ronkẹ Adékoluẹjo and Oliver Johnstone and directed by Jonathan O’Boyle.

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7 Shows About American Democracy to Keep You Occupied on Election Day (and the Days After)

Here are our theatrical recommendations for the political junkies and neophytes among us (and those who just want to feel optimistic about the future).

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You Say You Want a Revolution by American Theatre Editors

How to rebuild the theatre field post-COVID? Invest in artists and let them do their best work in rep, and audiences will follow.

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On This Day in New York Theater: October 29 in the 1940’s by Barry Gordin

By: Samuel L. Leiter (No. 16 in the series) October 29, 2020: Readers of this series, which began in the spring of this anxious year, know that in surveying the theatrical activity on a pa…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Today on Broadway: Thursday, October 29, 2020 by Ashley Steves

New York Theaters Sue Cuomo, MCC Announces 2021 Programming, City Center Announces 2020 Gala  “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre head…

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From Blasted to Cleansed: the best of Sarah Kane – in pictures by All Images By Tristram Kenton

As Crave, by the radical and controversial playwright Sarah Kane, is revived at Chichester Festival theatre, revisit some of her productions as snapped by the Guardian’s Tristram Kenton Co…

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'Women are tired of having to walk men through it': the male comics standing up for #metoo by Rachael Healy

The world of standup has been rocked by allegations of sexual harassment and assault – and finally some men in the industry are vowing to tackle it When US comedian Kelly Bachman found her…

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Olivier winner Sharon D Clarke: 'Not a penny came in until June. I thanked God for a voiceover job' by Arifa Akbar

She went from rave diva with Nomad to winning her third Olivier award on Sunday for Death of a Salesman. Yet the London actor isn’t immune to the storms battering theatre Sharon D Clarke w…

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Josie Underwood: “If Macbeth was a woman, it would be a different play” by Eleanor Dewar

Writer Eleanor Dewar speaks to Josie Underwood, co-founder of the theatre troupe Silent Faces, about not adapting Samuel Beckett, gender in Shakespeare, and challenging the canon. When Josie…

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Halloween for Kids: Different This Year, but Still Delightful by Alexis Soloski

In New York, trick-or-treating has been curtailed, and parades called off. But there are plenty of ways to please and spook the little ones.

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Fancy dress is about to get a whole lot fancier by Peter J Snee

Opera Australia’s costume and prop clearance sale. Crazy outfits at crazy prices! During the coronavirus shut down, Opera Australia was

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Review: Blue Electric, The Playground Theatre by George Collins

Review: Blue Electric, The Playground Theatre3.0Overall ScoreBlue Electric is the tale of a rebellious daughter’s fight for acceptance from her father, broken by his experience as a Holoca…

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REVIEW ROUND-UP: The Great Gatsby at Immersive LDN by Emma Clarendon

We rounded up the reviews for this immersive production based on F Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Great Gatsby.

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Almanac: Anthony Powell on “truth” in fiction and biography by Terry Teachout

“People think because a novel’s invented, it isn’t true. Exactly the reverse is the case. Because a novel’s invented, it is true. Biography and memoires can never be wholly true, sin…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Sistine Chapel exhibition to come to America's Center, starting Nov. 6 by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Visitors will be able to walk through and get up close to near-original size photographs of Michelangelo's masterpiece.

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Photographer Henry Diltz, known for iconic images of rock stars, started career as 'a fluke' by Daniel Durchholz | Special To The Post-Dispatch

Diltz, who has shot more than 250 album covers and was the official Woodstock photographer, will be honored by International Photography Hall of Fame.

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Scoop: Jane Krakowski, Skylar Astin Will Appear on MATCH GAME on ABC - Today, October 29, 2020

Find out what's happening on Jane Krakowski, Skylar Astin Will Appear on MATCH GAME and if it's a new episode, airing on ABC today, October 29, 2020!

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Shaohui Kwok & Amelia Saward: A Letter As We Exit Isolation

As Victoria gradually moves out of restrictions that seem to have lasted forever, let us think about this as a celebration of our perseverance, and our innate nature as human beings to be ev…

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We Need to Invest in Writers by Ramona King

By Ramona King. Ramona Rose King shares learnings from five years of working on the National Playwright Residency Program (NPRP) and argues that if we want to reinvigorate our art form and c…

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Have your say on Sydney’s future night-time and cultural life

The City of Sydney is seeking feedback on proposed planning controls that will help re-energise Sydney’s $4 billion night-time economy and create more opportunities for creative and cultur…

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Just Launched: MCC on Demand by Matthew Wexler

The Off-Broadway company has just launched MCC On Demand, which will feature past projects as well as new upcoming programming. The post Just Launched: MCC on Demand appeared first on The Br…

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Hard-hit museums warned over flood of public art sales

Museum sales under pressure; London auctions fall again; Frieze moves — and shrinks — in New York

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Thursday, October 29, 2020 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Playwright August Wilson’s archive headed home to Pittsburgh by Chris Jones

August Wilson archive headed home to Pittsburgh

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10 Shows and Events to Check Out This Weekend, Including Norm Lewis in Dracula

More scary tales such as War of the Worlds with Jason Tam and The Nightmare Before Christmas with James Monroe Iglehart are ready for your screaming pleasure.

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On display from Saturday 7 November, the Art Gallery of New South Wales presents Streeton – a landmark exhibition of Australia’s iconic impressionist, Arthur Streeton, whose brilliant ev…

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Nigeria’s Afrobeats superstars take on the world

The likes of Eazi and Wizkid draw global audiences — but can music spread by social sharing enjoy more commercial success?

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Phylicia Rashad Directs David Alan Grier and More in Digital Production of Race October 29 by Dan Meyer

The David Mamet play follows three lawyers who deliberate defending a white man charged with rape.

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Danai Gurira, Stephen Daldry, and Lynn Nottage Present Act Out: Vote2020 October 29 by Andrew Gans

The hour-long video, featuring songs and short monologues, aims to get out the vote.

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Say His Name 3 Times and Meet Beetlejuice Alums at the Virtual Stage Door October 29! by Dan Meyer

Playbill Social Selects teams up with Broadway Roulette's Elizabeth Durand Streisand for a virtual hangout.

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Jay Armstrong Johnson's Hocus Pocus-Themed I Put a Spell on You Haunts the Internet October 29 by Ryan McPhee

The virtual version of the annual event benefits Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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26 Broadway Zoom Backgrounds for Your Virtual Halloween Party by Marc J. Franklin

As many Broadway fans celebrate the holiday virtually, set the scene with Hadestown, Six, Disney on Broadway, and more.

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