Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 10pm (Broadway Time)

Broadway's WAITRESS Celebrates The Season With 'Summer Sweets' by BroadwayWorld

Broadway's hit musical Waitress kicks off their six week Summer Sweets today, June 21, which goes until August 2.

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Photo Flash: Mamie Gummer and Joe Tippett Star in OUR VERY OWN CARLIN MCCULLOUGH at Geffen Playhouse by BroadwayWorld

TheGeffen Playhousepresents world premiere production ofAmanda Peet's Our Very Own Carlin McCullough. Check out photos from the production below

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Review Roundup: The Critics Weigh In On Idina Menzel in SKINTIGHT by Review Roundups

Roundabout Theatre Companypresents the world premiere production of SKINTIGHT, by Roundabout Underground alumnusJoshua HarmonBad Jews, Significant Other, with direction by three-time Obie Aw…

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Review: With ‘Skintight,’ Idina Menzel Takes On a Straight Play. Sort Of. by Jesse Green

Her father’s in love with a 20-year-old boy toy. Her son is a queer studies major. In Joshua Harmon’s new comedy, it’s the middle-aged woman who feels left behind.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 9pm (Broadway Time)

PROM QUEEN: THE MUSICAL to Get Public UK Workshop at the Other Palace by BroadwayWorld

Baz Bamigboye of The Daily Mail has reported that Prom Queen The Musical, the story of a landmark win for gay rights, will receive a public UK workshop this fall at Andrew Lloyd Webber's Oth…

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BWW Review: DAISY PULLS IT OFF, Charing Cross Theatre by Gary Naylor

The 80s West End hit is revived by the actor-musicians of the graduating class of Guildford School of Acting in a production that never quite settles on a tone that fits 2018 audiences' sens…

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People You Should Know . . . Allen Lewis Rickman by Zack Calhoon

ALLEN LEWIS RICKMAN is an actor, writer and director. He played Velvel, the shtetl husband, in the Coen brothers’ Oscar-nominated A SERIOUS MAN and also translated the Coens…

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People You Should Know . . . Steve Budd by Zack Calhoon

Steve Budd is an actor, writer, storyteller, standup comic, and solo performer living in Oakland, CA. He has acted with many Bay Area theater companies, including San Francisco Playhouse, Ce…

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Skintight, Laura Pels Theatre, New York — bracingly cynical

Vanity and hypocrisy are exposed in Joshua Harmon’s new black comedy

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 8pm (Broadway Time)

Photo Flash: Alan Cumming Returns to the Legendary Cafe Carlyle! by BroadwayWorld

Acclaimed singeractorAlan Cummingreturns to Cafe Carlyle with an all-new show, Legal Immigrant, June 19-30.Alan Cumminghas been described by Time Magazine as one of the most fun people in sh…

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Photo Flash: ALADDIN on Broadway Makes Way for Some Exciting Celebrity Visitors! by BroadwayWorld

Aladdin on Broadway made way for some star visitors this week as Lea Salonga, Merle Dandridge, and Alex Newell of Broadway's Once on This Island and television star Ty Burrell stopped in for…

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Photo Flash: THE HUMANS Celebrates Opening Night at the Ahamanson Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Reed BirneyandJayne Houdyshellreprise their Tony Award-winning performances in 'The Humans' for the last stop of the national tour at theCenter Theatre GroupAhmanson Theatre. Performances be…

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Photo Flash: Kate Baldwin Stops By CHURCH AND STATE at Berkshire Theatre Group by BroadwayWorld

Kate Baldwinstopped by last night Tuesday to see her husband,Graham Rowanin the Berkshire Theatre Group's production of 'CHURCH amp STATE.' Graham plays Senator Charles Whitmore in the produ…

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Logos: Head Over Heels by JK

Why not start of the new season with a look at the logo for the first new musical? It's bright, colorful and fun - just like summer, and just like it's probable target audience.  I'm ta…

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The Park Odyssey Rolls On by Site Admin

My blog Park Odyssey documents my quest to visit every park in New York City. There are over 1,700 park properties in the city’s five boroughs. Some – but an unknown number – are p…

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This DC musical was a must-see for Ruth Bader Ginsburg and Rudy Giuliani by Michael Riedel

Most of the top titles from Broadway’s Golden Age were revived over the past decade or so, with one exception: “Camelot.” Alan Jay Lerner and Frederick Loewe’s 1960 musical about Kin…

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Jubilee, Royal Albert Hall, London — from Mali to China

A wide-ranging concert by Master Musicians from the Aga Khan’s Music Initative

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Review of ‘The Property‘ by Bill Crouch

The Property, produced by New Light Theater Project and now playing at The Clurman Theatre on Theatre Row is an innocent light-hearted play with a bubbling cauldron of simmering rage just be…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 7pm (Broadway Time)

Conflict by Wendy Caster

The wonderful people at The Mint have done it yet again. They have gifted us with a beautiful production of a lost gem of a play, complete with smart and clear direction, wonderful performan…

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Watch Idina Menzel's Sensational New York Stage Return in Off-Broadway's Skintight by

Check out Idina Menzel's sizzling New York stage return in Skintight.

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Michael Benjamin Washington stops by HQ to chat about The Boys in the Band and more with Beth Stevens.

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Review: ‘Laura Bush Killed a Guy’ at The Flea Theater by Deb Miller

Yes, she really did, and Washington DC-based theater collective The Klunch brings its acclaimed original production of Laura Bush Killed a Guy, keenly written by company Artistic Director Ia…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 6pm (Broadway Time)

CONFLICT - Talkin' Broadway's Review by Michael Portantiere

Sex, politics, and sex in politics have been rich subjects for theatrical treatment pretty much since day one, and will no doubt continue to be

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BWW TV: First Look at Idina Menzel in SKINTIGHT Off-Broadway- Opening Tonight! by BroadwayWorld TV

Roundabout Theatre Companypresent the world premiere production of SKINTIGHT, by Roundabout Underground alumnusJoshua HarmonBad Jews, Significant Other, with direction by three-time Obie Awa…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

Watch Clips From Off-Broadway’s Skintight, Starring Idina Menzel by Playbill Staff

The new play by Joshua Harmon opens June 21.

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Theatre Throwback: June 21st, 2018 | The Lines and Legacy of Al Hirschfeld by Matt Tamanini

Today, Natalie looks back at the life, career, and legacy of Al Hirschfeld. This summer, Natalie Noack will be hosting “Theatre Throwback” as a standalone episode for BroadwayRad…

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Flying Elephant Productions sets casting for Chicago premiere of 'Defacing Michael Jackson' by Kt Hawbaker

On Thursday, Flying Elephant Productions announced casting for its Chicago premiere of “Defacing Michael Jackson,” the final production of the company’s first season. The show will fea…

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BWW Live Chats with WAITRESS Star Erich Bergen- Watch at 5pm! by BroadwayWorld

Later today, June 21, 500pm EST BroadwayWorld's Steve Schonberg is getting up close and personal with WAITRESS' newest star, Erich Bergen Don't forget to tune in to our official Facebook pag…

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VIDEO: On This Day, June 21- Happy Birthday, Al Hirschfeld! by Alexa Criscitiello

On this day, we celebrate the birthday of a legendary figure in the world's of art and theatre, the 'Line King', the great Al Hirschfeld.

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Austin Pendleton to Adapt, Direct, and Star in New Adaptation of Richard III by Olivia Clement

The Tony nominee will star as King Henry VI in a new adaptation that combines text from both Shakespeare plays.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Karen Ziemba, Alison Fraser, Tom Hewitt, More to Star in Shaw's Heartbreak House Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The Gingold Theatrical Group production will play a limited engagement at Theatre Row beginning August 28.

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First Look at Los Angeles Sweet Charity, Starring Laura Bell Bundy by Hannah Vine

Barrett Foa and Jon Jon Briones also star in the Reprise 2.0 production.

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Carey Mulligan & More Celebrate Girls & Boys' Off-Broadway Opening by Lindsey Sullivan

Tony and Oscar nominee Carey Mulligan is back on the New York stage in Dennis Kelly's Girls & Boys. The solo play, currently playing at off-Broadway's Minetta Lane Theatre, cente…

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Corey Cott, Laura Osnes & Bandstand's Broadway Fam Reunite for Big Screen Premiere by Lindsey Sullivan

Bandstand is back! Fans of the swingin' Broadway musical have the chance to catch it in movie theaters on June 25 and 28. The musical, which opened on Broadway on April 26, 2017, tells t…

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Photo Flash: Hey Big Spender! Laura Bell Bundy Stars in SWEET CHARITY in Los Angeles by BroadwayWorld

REPRISE 2.0in association with the UCLA School of Theater, Film and Television's Department of Theaterpresents its inaugural production of Sweet Charity. Get a look at the all-star cast below

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Companies in New York and Around the Country are Looking for Teaching Artists, House Managers, General Managers, and More in this Week's BWW Classifie by BroadwayWorld

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 6212018 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.

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This Week in LA Theatre by Julio Martinez

By Julio Martinez IN THE NEWS The fourth annual Stage Raw Theater Awards will take place on Aug 20, 2018, at Los Angeles Theatre Center in downtown LA. In prior years, shows were…

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[Press Release] 2018 Stage Raw Theater Awards Announced by @ This Stage Staff

The fourth annual Stage Raw Theater Awards - celebrating the best work in L.A.’s intimate theater scene as determined by StageRaw’s jury of critics will take place on Monday night, …

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Is DC Theater Getting Addicted to Trump? by John Stoltenberg and David Siegel

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DC Metro Theater Arts writers. In this one, Senior Writers and Columnists John Stoltenberg (Magic Time!) and David Siegel …

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 3pm (Broadway Time)

LGBT Plays during June Pride NYC by New York Theater

To judge only from Broadway, New York theater is experiencing a Renaissance of old gay plays, with starry revivals of three landmark dramas that are now period pieces: The Boys in the Band f…

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CT's New State Troubadour Nekita Waller Wants To 'Bring Us Closer Together' by Michael Hamad

Nekita Waller, a singer from Middletown, will be Connecticut’s 17th state troubadour, according to a statement released by the Connecticut Office of the Arts and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Wal…

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Win a Ticket to a Broadway Rehearsal for Gettin’ the Band Back Together by Olivia Clement

Producers are offering 100 theatregoers a glimpse of the musical before it starts on Broadway.

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Cats Movie to Start Shooting in November; Wayne McGregor Signs On as Choreographer by Andy Lefkowitz

Speculations about a big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats will be a mere memory later this year, when the movie is slated to officially begin filming, The Stage reports.&n…

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Odds & Ends: Ari'el Stachel, Kyle Selig & Heidi Blickenstaff to Present at 2018 Jimmy Awards & More by

Here's a quick roundup of stories you might have missed today. Ari'el Stachel, Kyle Selig & Heidi Blickenstaff to Present at 2018 Jimmy Awards The Broadway League has announced…

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The Show: Beautiful's Melissa Benoist Performs & Talks About Her Some Kind of Wonderful Broadway Debut by

Get a peek at Glee and Supergirl favorite Melissa Benoist in Beautiful!

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America Ferrera to Collaborate with Lin-Manuel Miranda, Michelle Kwan, & More for Anthology of Cultural Identity-Themed Essays by TV News Desk

According to The Hollywood Reporter, America Ferrera will edit an anthology of essays about cultural identity titled 'American Like Me,' set for a September 25 release date.

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Photo Flash: Andrew Keenan-Bolger, Krysta Rodriguez and More Attend BANDSTAND in Cinemas by BroadwayWorld

Bandstand will bring high-octane, heart-stopping, spectacular dancing to movie theaters nationwide this summer. The stars came out to attend a special premiere, check out the photos below

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Win a Seat to the Final Run-Through for Broadway's GETTIN' THE BAND BACK TOGETHER by BroadwayWorld

The producers of Broadway's new musical comedy, Gettin' The Band Back Together, are breaking with tradition and giving 100 lucky members of the public the chance to win a seat in the audienc…

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See the Cast of Bandstand Come Out for a Special Film Premiere Screening by Hannah Vine

On June 25 and 28, the Broadway musical will screen in movie theatres nationwide.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Rema Webb & Andre Ward Talk About the Joy & Laughter in Escape to Margaritaville, Meeting Jimmy Buffett, & Onstage Mishaps

Hear from the dynamic duo cracking Escape to Margaritaville audiences up, Rema Webb & Andre Ward.

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Tony Winner Ari’el Stachel, SpongeBob SquarePants’ Jai’Len Christine Li Josey, More to Present at 2018 Jimmy Awards by Ryan McPhee

The tenth annual National High School Musical Theatre Awards, hosted by Laura Benanti, will take place June 25 at the Minskoff Theatre.

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Look Back at Judy Holliday on the Broadway Stage by Hannah Vine

The Tony-winning actor was born June 21, 1921.

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Ari'el Stachel, Heidi Blickenstaff, and More to Present at the Jimmy Awards by BroadwayWorld

The JimmyAwards is pleased to announce the presenters for the 10th annual awards ceremony on Monday, June 25th at 730PM at the Minskoff Theatre, 200 West 45th Street in Manhattan.

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VIDEO: WTF? Randy Rainbow Goes Legal(y Blonde) Analyzing the Latest from the Trump Administration by Stage Tube

Another week, another collection of questions for whatever is going on in the nation's capital. Randy Rainbow is here to get to the bottom of things with his latest video set to the catchy L…

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Backstage Bite with Katie Lynch: Robin de Jes?s Celebrates Pride with Rainbow Meringues! by BroadwayWorld TV

In this episode, just in time for NYC Pride, we bring you a star from THE BOYS IN THE BAND, Robin de Jesus Check out the recipe for Katie'sRainbow Meringuesbelow

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Review Roundup: Richard III Goes to High School in TEENAGE DICK by Review Roundups

Ma-Yi Theater Company, in association with The Public Theater, present the world premiere play by Mike Lew, now playing through Sunday, July 29, 2018. TEENAGE DICK, which follows Ma-Yi's phe…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

David Gordon Named New President of Outer Critics Circle by Sandi Durell

  by Sandi Durell   As a proud member of Outer Critics Circle I heartily congratulate David Gordon in his new role as President. Outer Critics Circle, the organization of writers a…

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Legislation Addressing Ticket Reselling Practices Passed in New York by Ryan McPhee

The bill aims to make third-party sellers more transparent in transactions with ticket buyers.

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Review: In ‘American Weather,’ the Heart is a Lonely Voter by Alexis Soloski

If Chris Green’s puppet theater piece is a work of political theater, it is abstract and unemotional in a time that seems anything but.

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Cats Movie Musical to Start Shooting in November; Wayne McGregor Signs On as Choreographer by Andy Lefkowitz

Speculations about a big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber's Cats will be a mere memory later this year, when the movie is slated to officially begin filming, The Stage reports.&n…

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Outer Critics Circle Names New President by Playbill Staff

David Gordon succeeds Simon Saltzman, who stays on as vice president.

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VIDEO: The New York Lottery Sings a Tune Advertising a la LA LA LAND by BroadwayWorld

The Broadway industry is more tight-knit than it is wide-spread, so a hint of shout out from the outside is always a welcome surprise. In their newest ad spot, The New York Lottery gives a n…

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Calling All Critics! Join the BroadwayWorld Team as an Off-Broadway Reviewer by BroadwayWorld

Love theatre Live in New York City Want to share your opinionswith the world Now is you chance to join our team

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VIDEO: Shoshana Bean Pays Touching 'For Good' Tribute to Winnie Holzman by BroadwayWorld

For its 22nd consecutive year, the west coast Actors Fund celebrated the Tony Awardswith their Annual Viewing Party. This year's gala honored Wicked's Winnie Holzmanwith theJulie HarrisAward…

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Exclusive: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui On Creating The Movement Of JAGGED LITTLE PILL by Guest: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui

In this feature, originally printed in the program of American Repertory Theater's JAGGED LITTLE PILL, choreographer Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui discusses his influences and creating the movement f…

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A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER Now Available For Licensing Through MTI by BroadwayWorld

Global theatrical licensor Music Theatre International MTI has announced that Tony Award-winning Best Musical, A Gentleman's Guide To Love and Murder is now available for licensing. The musi…

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Read Reviews for Teenage Dick, Mike Lew's Adaptation of Richard III by Olivia Clement

Gregg Mozgala stars as an adolescent Richard with cerebral palsy in the high school-set new adaptation.

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Reasons to see: Kiss Me, Kate at London Coliseum by Robin Johnson

Opera North, with their full-scale orchestra and chorus in tow, are bringing the magical sound of Broadway to the London Coliseum with Kiss Me, Kate. The post Reasons to see: Kiss Me, Kate a…

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Pit bands deserve a resounding round of applause of their own by Susan Elkin

This is a blog in praise of pit bands – all those hardworking talented musicians who lurk mostly out of sight in orchestra pits or are hidden away behind a curtain somewhere upstage.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at noon (Broadway Time)

Cats Movie Slated to Begin Filming in November by Ryan McPhee

Tom Hooper will direct the film adaptation of the Andrew Lloyd Webber musical.

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Broadway Unplugged: Desperate Measures Star Lauren Molina Performs Her Stripper Showstopper "It's Getting Hot in Here"

Lauren Molina & composer David Friedman swing by to perform her Desperate Measures showstopper "It's Getting Hot in Here".

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Table review at New Vic, Newcastle-under-Lyme – ‘elevated by the calibre of its cast’ by Neil Bonner

The sturdy star of this time-travelling drama gives a wooden performance. Tanya Ronder’s 2013 play Table centres on the eponymous piece of furniture.

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5 Ways to Celebrate Pride Away From the Mainstream by Joshua Barone

NYC Pride can easily overwhelm even the most extroverted people. Here are five ways to take part away from the crowds.

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Royal Ballet's Wayne McGregor Will Choreograph Tom Hooper's Big Screen Adaptation of CATS by BroadwayWorld

The stage is being set for the Jellicle Ball According to The Stage,the Royal Ballet's resident choreographer, Wayne McGregor, has signed on to choreograph Tom Hooper's big screen adaptation…

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Shaw Festival’s O’Flaherty V.C. goes short and silly on a long and serious war by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

Kimberley Rampersad’s charming production revives the tradition of a short lunchtime show at the Shaw Festival, writes Karen Fricker.

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Winners Announced For The 2018 WICKED Young Writer Awards by BroadwayWorld

THE 2018 WICKED YOUNG WRITER AWARDS, presented in association with the National Literacy Trust, today Thursday 21 June 2018 announced itswinners during a ceremony involving 117 shortlisted f…

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From the Archives: Truman Capote Talks About the Upcoming Breakfast at Tiffany's Musical—And Wishing Shirley MacLaine Could Star by Joan Alleman Rubin

In a Playbill interview from 1966, Capote—hot off the publication of In Cold Blood—talks about the upcoming Broadway musicals Holly Golightly and The Grass Harp and why he would …

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New Victory Theater Season Will Bring Circus Acts and Songs by Andrew R. Chow

The family-oriented theater will put on shows with Jim Henson puppets and Ethiopian jugglers.

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Auditorium Theatre CEO Tania Castroverde Moskalenko to leave position in July by Kt Hawbaker

Tania Castroverde Moskalenko, the CEO of the Auditorium Theatre, will depart the organization at the end of July, according to an announcement Thursday by John Svoboda, chairman of the Audit…

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Jonny Woo and Le Gateau Chocolat: A Night at the Musicals review at Soho Theatre – ‘drag royalty’ by Jennifer-Jane Benjamin

In the West End, musical theatre is usually performed under a proscenium arch and behind a fourth wall. At Soho Theatre however,

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Backstage at Carousel with Lindsay Mendez, Episode 4: Answering Your Questions! by

Lindsay Mendez and the cast of Carousel answer your questions!

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Get Schooled! Watch Maddie Baillio & More Perform the Mean Girls Anthem 'I'd Rather Be Me' by Lindsey Sullivan

Three-time Audience Choice Award winner Barrett Wilbert Weed's belty "I'd Rather Be Me" moment in Mean Girls is definitely a show highlight. The anthem has cap…

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WAITRESS Tour Canceled In Louisville Due To Fire by BroadwayWorld

The national tour of WAITRESS, which was scheduled to run June 26th to July 1st as PNC Broadway in Louisville has had their engagement canceled following a fire on the roof of the building a…

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VIDEO: BROADWAY BARES: GAME NIGHT Plays 'Battleship' by Stage Tube

Broadway's hottest dancers and two explosively responsive audiences came together for a fierce and steamy evening of fun and sensational striptease at Broadway Bares Game Night, this year's …

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BroadwayRadio Welcomes Laura Osnes to Talk BANDSTAND, the Show's Marketing Challenges, Broadway Princess Party, More by Broadwayradio

On this special episode of BroadwayRadio, Tony-nominee Laura Osnes discusses the life that 'Bandstand' took to make it to the big screen via Fathom Events. She also talks of how the show has…

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‘Remains oddly uninvolving’: THE LAST SHIP – Touring ★★★ by Thom Dibdin

There are plenty of memorable tunes to match the high production values of Northern Stage’s The Last Ship. However, despite having its heart firmly affixed to its sleeve, the production ne…

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New Victory Theater Announces 2018-19 Season by American Theatre Editors

The season will feature nine U.S. premieres.

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

U.S. Premiere of Laura Eason's Around the World in 80 Days Part of New Victory's 2018–2019 Season by Olivia Clement

The U.K. adaptation is part of the Off-Broadway theatre's latest lineup.

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Marin Ireland, Michael R. Jackson, Jo Lampert, More Headed to O'Neill Theater Center's Summer 2018 Conferences by Adam Hetrick

A diverse lineup of actors, directors, and writers will bring new plays and musicals to life at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.

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Wayne McGregor to choreograph big-screen adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats by Georgia Snow

Wayne McGregor is choreographing a new film adaptation of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Cats, which will start shooting later this year. A film

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Stage One launches initiative to widen access to producer training by Giverny Masso

A new initiative has been set up to being more people from under-represented backgrounds into commercial theatre producing. Bridge the Gap, from

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Review: Other Life Forms at Keegan Theatre by Roy Maurer

Other Life Forms, local actor and playwright Brandon McCoy’s new play, is likable—sweet, goofy and well-intentioned—but still needs a lot of work to have any lasting impact. The comic …

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Watch Hamilton's Robert Walters Lead an Ensemble Prepared to Sink Your ‘Battleship’ at Broadway Bares by Logan Culwell-Block

The annual benefit stripathon, held June 17, raised $1,875,090 for Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS.

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Community Legacy is “Inherited” in Matthew Lopez’s Play by (jdstokely)

By Emily Garside. Scholar Emily Garside explores the ideas at the heart of Matthew Lopez’s play The Inheritance and the way in which the story acts as a response to Tony Kushner’s Angels…

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Sure Lancelot is dreamy, but  ‘Camelot’ owes its success to a wistful audience by Peter Marks

Shakespeare Theatre Company has the largest day of ticket sales in its history.

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Performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon on why identity categories don't work — but stories do by Kt Hawbaker

“What feminine part of yourself did you have to destroy in order to survive in this world?” That’s how performance artist Alok Vaid-Menon, 26, often introduces their latest poetry chap…

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Government creates £20m fund to replicate Hull City of Culture effect by Georgia Snow

The government has detailed its intention to replicate the impact of Hull City of Culture in smaller towns and cities across the

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Kiss Me, Kate, Coliseum, London, review: A magnificent revival from Opera North by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

It's a joy to hear this orchestra do justice to lusciousness and comic sass of Cole Porter's score

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Photo Flash: On the Red Carpet at Opening Night of MTC's SUGAR IN OUR WOUNDS by BroadwayWorld

Sugar in Our Wounds opened on Tuesday, June 19 and is now playing through Sunday, July 8 at MTC's The Studio at Stage II - Harold and Mimi Steinberg New Play Series at New York City Center 1…

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VIDEO: Go Behind The Scenes of HEAD OVER HEELS on BWW's Instagram! by BroadwayWorld

Go behind the scenes of Head Over Heels Broadway withAri Groover who took over our Instagram yesterday account to give you a behind the scenes look at the production as they continue their f…

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BWW Poll Results: Thank Goodness! Readers Want James Corden's Crosswalk Series to Take on WICKED! by BroadwayWorld

Earlier this week, star of stage and screen James Corden returned to the London for a Crosswalk the Musical showcasing some of Andrew Lloyd Webber's most memorable compositions, including 'E…

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Broadway Weekly Buying Guide, Presented by SeatGeek: June 21, 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 excerpt from Tony-winning director and True Colors’ founder Kenny Leon’s memoir by Kenny Leon

Kenny Leon’s new memoir Take You Wherever You Go tells the story of his journey from rural Florida to Atlanta and on to Broadway, film and television. The chapter “A Place to Hear Ev…

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Why Wall Street Doesn’t Know @#$% About Marketing.

Disney recently released a new prequel in the Star Wars franchise entitled Solo, about that Millenium Falcon-flying, Han Solo. It, ahem, “underperformed” at the box office and l…

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‘A masterclass in performance’: NOTES FROM THE FIELD – Royal Court Theatre by Shane Morgan

This is an extraordinary theatrical experience given in kindness, strength and bucket loads of humanity that provides a platform for change. Take it up. We need Notes From The Field now more…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Shaina Taub and Members of Public Works Perform a Number From Her Twelfth Night Musical by Olivia Clement

Watch the music video for ‘Eyes of Another’ before the musical adaptation returns to Central Park.

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#TBT Alexia Sielo Looks Back on 10 Epic Performances by Women of Color on Broadway

Alexia Sielo looks back on 10 trailblazing performances by women of color on Broadway.

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Off-Broadway Review: “All I Want Is One Night” at 59E59 Theaters by Joseph Verlezza

Ms. Walker certainly captures the intriguing beauty of the chanteuse and deftly delivers each of the eight musical numbers intoxicating the audience with her pure, seductive soprano vocals.

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Go Inside the 8th Annual Off-Broadway Alliance Awards by Hannah Vine

Jo Bonney, André De Shields, David Rabe, and Mary Testa received Legend of Off-Broadway Awards.

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Dance Feature: Mark Morris and Ethan Iverson’s “Pepperland” comes to New England by Susan B. Apel

Pepperland serves up the expected tie-dye nostalgia, keyed to a half-dozen Beatle tunes from the classic album.

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Tinker Bell gets her own play. Director Nick Olcott tells the story by Keith Loria

Director Nick Olcott was intrigued when he learned that playwright Patrick Flynn had a different take on the Peter Pan stories, a new play written from Tinker Bell’s point of view. Michae…

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Sugar in Our Wounds

Sugar in Our Wounds Off Broadway, MTC at City Center Reviewed by Ed Malin BOTTOM LINE: A gay Black love story set in 1862, Sugar in Our Wounds is the first in a promising trilogy that cove…

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See Girls & Boys, Starring Carey Mulligan, Celebrate Opening Night by Hannah Vine

Dennis Kelly's solo show began previews Off-Broadway June 12.

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See Girls & Boys, Starring Carey Mulligan, Celebrate Off-Broadway Premiere by Hannah Vine

Dennis Kelly's solo show began previews Off-Broadway June 12.

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This cabaret wants you to take Elvis Presley’s music seriously by Geoffrey Himes

“Entirely Elvis,” at Signature Theatre, showcases his rawness and original sound.

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VIDEO: Watch Moya Angela Sing 'I Will Always Love You' at WEST END LIVE LOUNGE by West End Video

Moya Angela America's Got Talent star and current Effie in the West End Dreamgirls sang the Dolly Parton and Whitney Houston classic 'I Will Always Love You' at West End Live Lounge last mon…

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Cast Announced For Outdoor Promenade Production Of THE THREE MUSKETEERS at St. Paul's Church by BroadwayWorld

This August, Jenny Horsthuis Swift in Word, Corbett Theatre Macbeth, St. Paul's Church Inside Pussy Riot, Saatchi Gallery will return to St. Paul's Church to star as the brave hero d'Artagna…

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This Angel in America Takes Wing With Help From 5 Shadows by Gia Kourlas

Using intricate choreography and cues, the Angel Shadows — dancers and puppeteers — propel the Angel into the air and operate her heavy wings.

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Photo Flash: ALADDIN Celebrates Two Years on the West End by BroadwayWorld

Last night, Aladdin celebrated its second birthday on London's West End. The show was celebrated with a celebrity gala that included guests such as Little Mix's Jade Thirlwall, Marcus Collin…

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Star-studded Pinter at the Pinter season announces new big-name actors to join the cast

Jamie Lloyd's Pinter at the Pinter, co-organised by the late Pinter's wife, Lady Antonia Fraser, has just announced further casting for the season. This special Harold Pinter season will run…

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Celebrate Disney's THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME's 22nd Birthday With a Look Back on its Stage Adaptations by Stephanie Wild

Disney's The Hunchback of Notre Dame was released 22 years ago today. The film, based on a novel by Victor Hugo, inspired many stage and screen adaptations. In honor of the movie's birthday,…

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‘No reason not to love this show’: IT’S ONLY LIFE – Union Theatre ★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

It’s Only Life represents both the diversity of Britain as well as the ways we're all connected. With great vocals, memorably moving songs and a fantastic cast, there's no reason not to lo…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Bekah Brunstetter’s The Cake, Starring Debra Jo Rupp, Begins at Barrington Stage June 21 by Andrew Gans

Jennifer Chambers directs the production at the Massachusetts venue.

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Photo Coverage: Carey Mulligan and Company Celebrate Opening Night of GIRLS & BOYS by Jennifer Broski

BAFTA Award winner and Academy amp Tony Award nomineeCarey MulliganSkylight, An Education just took her opening night bowsin Girls amp Boys, the shattering new play byDennis KellyMatilda The…

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English review at Wales Millennium Centre, Cardiff – ‘a conversation about language’ by Nicholas Davies

Quarantine and National Theatre Wales are natural bedfellows, two trailblazers in representing their communities as much as the performing arts sector. Their

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GRACE NOTES: Thursday, June 21, 2018 by Susan Grace

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OBA Award Winners by Barry Gordin

Ceremony at Sardi’s honors 8th Annual Broadway Alliance award winners June 20, 2018:  The Off-Broadway Alliance President, Peter Berger hosted a ceremony at Sardi’s where the winners o…

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Outgoing Poet Laureate Rennie McQuilkin Confronts Illness As Just Another Journey by Susan Dunne

Rennie McQuilkin was born and raised in Pittsford, N.Y., a suburb of Rochester. His mother, Eleanor, was a poet. “I think you have to have somebody in the family preceding you as a poet, t…

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Bernie Kopell: Sitcom Utility Man by Trav S.D.

It is appropriate that we celebrate character actor Bernie Kopell (b. 1933) today (or any day), don’t you think? To me it is ironic that the role Kopell is best known for (Doc on The …

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The Big I Am review at Liverpool Everyman – ‘an anarchic reimagining of Ibsen’ by Nigel Smith

The Big I Am is not an adaptation of Peer Gynt. Rather, it’s a reimagining of Ibsen’s play in which Robert Farquhar

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‘Vibrant & empowering production’: THE SECRET LIVES OF BABA SEGI’S WIVES – Arcola Theatre ★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Joyous and enchanting, The Secret Lives of Baba Segi’s Wives is an energetic, entertaining show with a lot to say. From the moment the play starts it’s completely captivating, and two ho…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

BWW's On This Day - June 21, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on June 21 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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BWW Live Will Chat with WAITRESS Star Erich Bergen Today at 5pm! by BroadwayWorld

Later today, June 21, 500pm EST BroadwayWorld's Steve Schonberg is getting up close and personal with WAITRESS' newest star, Erich Bergen Don't forget to tune in to our official Facebook pag…

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Woyzeck review – hallucinatory adaptation tightens its grip as its hero loses his by Sanjoy Roy

Birmingham Repertory theatreMore than 100 community performers help fill this ambitious modern-day retelling with soldiers, clubbers, salsa, bhangra, robots, ghosts and Pina Bausch-style cho…

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Nicholas Hytner’s Balancing Acts wins 2018 Theatre Book Prize by Georgia Snow

A book by former National Theatre director Nicholas Hytner about his time in the job has won the 2018 Theatre Book Prize.

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West End transfer and main cast announced for RSC's Don Quixote

Hilarious RSC play Don Quixote, which sees a noble Spaniard take up a lance and sword as he endeavours to bring back chivalry, is set to transfer to London's West End following a successful …

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Cave review at Printworks, London – ‘an impassioned plea for environmental responsibility’ by George Hall

The second operatic collaboration between composer Tansy Davies and poet Nick Drake focuses on climate change. In a ‘near-future’ world decimated by

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BWW: KISS ME, KATE, London Coliseum by Marianka Swain

Cole Porter's 1948 love letter to showbiCole Porter's 1948 love letter to showbiz is brilliantly served by Opera North's big, bold and bawdy production - both soaringly romantic and packed w…

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Photo Flash: First Look at DAISY PULLS IT OFF at Charing Cross Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Fresh from a sell-out run at the Ivy Theatre, the first graduating year of Guildford School of Acting's BA Actor-Musician programme are to bring their unique production of Daisy Pulls it Off…

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‘This is one classroom you’ll yearn to stay in’: THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE – Donmar Warehouse by Ian Foster

Based on the novel by Muriel Sparks, David Harrower’s new stage adaptation of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie not only marks the 100th anniversary year of Spark’s birth but provides a scor…

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Summer theater road trip! Stratford, Spring Green and the theater of Saugatuck by Chris Jones

It's warm out. Fancy a road trip? Let's take a look at a few options for combining that excursion with some live performance. If you've been reading my column all these years (and thank you)…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Elaine Paige Reflects on Originating EVITA on the Show's 40th Anniversary; Plus Watch Flashback Videos! by Stephanie Wild

Elaine Paige took to Twitter today to reflect on her experiences originating the title role in Evita, 40 years ago today.

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Text of the Day: Pressure at the Ambassadors Theatre by Aleks Sierz

Random and topical thoughts and quotes gathered by My Theatre Mates contributor Aleks Sierz, first published on

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Stage preview: Bradley Dean sets sail for Pittsburgh CLO's 'Titanic' by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bradley Dean hasn’t stepped foot on a Pittsburgh stage since 2006, when the Carnegie Mellon University graduate appeared here in the touring company of “Spamalot.” He had performed in …

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

Alex Austin and Kwaku Mills to Star in ON THE END OF EDDY by BroadwayWorld

Stewart Laing directs Alex Austin and Kwaku Mills in The End of Eddy, Pamela Carter's powerful new work, based on Edouard Louis's best-selling book, in this co-production between the Unicorn…

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Gary Kemp, Maggie Steed and John Simm among new Pinter casting by Robin Johnson

More stars have joined the glittering array of cast members in the forthcoming Pinter At The Pinter season, including Gary Kemp, Maggie Steed and John Simm. The post Gary Kemp, Maggie Steed …

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Review: Guy, The Bunker Theatre by Simon Fearn

We can’t all be Hamilton – finding a distinctive musical voice is where many exciting new shows fall down. Guy, The post Review: Guy, The Bunker Theatre appeared first on A Younger Theat…

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Review: Feel, King’s Head Theatre by Franciska Éry

Karen meets Nick at a train station. Jamie meets Naomi on a dating app. Feel follows these four characters as The post Review: Feel, King’s Head Theatre appeared first on A Younger Theatre.

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Paapa Essiedu, Maggie Steed and Keith Allen to star in Harold Pinter West End season by Giverny Masso

Paapa Essiedu, Maggie Steed and Keith Allen are to star in a West End season of Harold Pinter’s one-act plays. The plays

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Shaftesbury Theatre extension and Chester’s Storyhouse named among UK’s best buildings by Georgia Snow

Storyhouse in Chester, Liverpool’s Royal Court and the Shaftesbury Theatre in the West End are among the winners of the Royal Institute

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Students from Cor Jesu and Whitfield will represent St. Louis at the Jimmy Awards

Outstanding lead actress and and actor in St. Louis High School Musical Theatre Awards compete in New York City

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Five STL teens being awarded Congressional honors

St. Louis Irish Arts students will travel to Washington for honors

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Fine singing at Opera Theatre of St. Louis' Center Stage concert

Opera Theatre of St. Louis received more than 1,000 applications and auditioned more than 300 singers to fill 30 positions in this season’s Gerdine Young Artists program. They form the cho…

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Scene-stealing performances help the Muny's 'Wiz' ease on down the road

'The Wiz'When • 8:15 p.m. nightly, through Monday Where • The Muny, 1 Theatre Drive, Forest Park How much • $15-$100, plus the free seats More info • 314-534-1111;

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Kiss Me, Kate, Opera North, London Coliseum review - Cole Porter delivered in true company style by David Nice

Just a tad short on Broadway charisma, but this sophisticated production glides alongFirst palpable hit of the evening: a full orchestra in the pit under hyper-alert Opera North stalwart Jam…

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Len Blavatnik Takes Over The Theatre Royal Haymarket in Record-Breaking Deal by Stephanie Wild

Forbes has reported that Sir Leonard Blavatnik's entertainment firm Access Entertainment has bought the Theatre Royal Haymarket earlier today. This marks the biggest deal for a British theat…

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‘A rollicking ride of a comedic opera’: FALSTAFF – Garsington Opera ★★★★★ by Helen McWilliams

If you’re not an opera aficionado, this is a perfect introduction to Italian Opera, the comedy element alone offers insight into the synopsis.

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WATCH: Across The Pond - Learn more about #Broadway's @TheBandsVisit which won big at the 2018 #TonyAwards

We thought it was going to be a close race for the title of Best Musical at the 2018 Tony Awards, but it turned out to be a total roast by THE BAND'S visit, a beautiful new musical about an …

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

NEWS: Further casting for Pinter at the Pinter includes Keith Allen, Rupert Graves, Gary Kemp, John Simm & Maggie Steed by Press Releases

Keith Allen, Phil Davis, Paapa Essiedu, Rupert Graves, Gary Kemp, John Simm and Maggie Steed have joined the extraordinary company of Pinter at the Pinter, the unprecedented season featuring…

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Today on Broadway: Thursday, June 21, 2018 by James Marino

Listen: “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headlines of the day. Any and all feedback is appreciated: …

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Brief 6/21: SKINTIGHT Starring Idina Menzel Opens Tonight, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Skintight starring Idina Menzel officially opens tonight, and more

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Berlin Theater: Books Spring to Life Onstage in Germany by A.j. Goldmann

From Édouard Louis’s novel “History of Violence” to Boccaccio’s 14th-century “Decameron,” German theaters love to mount literary adaptations.

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Grand Illusions: Vitaly: An Evening Of Wonders *** by Barry Gordin

By: Samuel L. Leiter June 21, 2018:  Shows featuring the work of talented magicians have become part and parcel of most recent theatre seasons, from the Las Vegas-style conjurations of mul…

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A Trio of Triple Threats Play the Ultimate Superstar in The Cher Show by Kathy Henderson

More than half a century after an adventurous teenager recorded “I Got You Babe” with her boyfriend Sonny Bono, the life and career of Cherilyn Sarkisian La Piere Bono Allman is being tr…

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Gowns and glamour! Meet the man who dressed the icon: Bob Mackie by Iris Chan

Step inside the studio with legendary costume designer Bob Mackie. Pulling from decades of beads, sequins, and utter fabulousness, Mackie recreates Cher’s most memorable and outrageous out…

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The Cher Show Turns Back Time on a Pop Icon’s Six Decades of Stardom by Kathy Henderson

You may cherish Cher as the sassy star of 1970s TV variety shows, as a deep-voiced disco-era diva, as an Oscar-winning actress, as a Las Vegas headliner, or as the wittiest person on Twitter…

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‘Surprisingly relatable’: JULIE – National Theatre by Not Exactly Billington

Polly Stenham has updated August Strindberg’s 1888 play Miss Julie to contemporary London. Why? Well, it would be foolish to think that this new version is modern only because of its langu…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

Kiss Me Kate review at London Coliseum – ‘a magnificent and lavish staging’ by Tim Bano

Cole Porter’s 1948 musical is one of those shows with backstory and baggage. Supposedly based on wife and husband acting duo Lynn

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Slow Burn’s Rock Of Ages Isn’t Your Grandma’s Musical by Bill Hirschman

If there's any way to get folks to the theater who don't usually go, Slow Burn's Rock of Ages can do it. Director/choreographer Patrick Fitzwater knows exactly how to squeeze every inch of c…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

Richard Jordan: It’s time to show understudies respect – they might be tomorrow’s stars by Richard Jordan

Understudy Steph Parry’s story of stepping out of 42nd Street at Theatre Royal Drury Lane and moments later into the lead role in Mamma Mia! down the street

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Here’s what India’s first transgender women-led dance troupe wants people to know by Priti Salian / Globalpost

On a quiet, spring evening, when many people in Mumbai are rushing to catch the first bus or train home after work, Paras Thakur tears her way through the crowds. She makes a two-hour journe…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

Rory Kinnear Presents The 2018 Theatre Book Prize Today by BroadwayWorld

Actor and playwright, Rory Kinnear National Theatre, RSC, James Bond franchise will present the 2018 Society for Theatre Research Theatre Book Prize at a ceremony at the historic Theatre Roy…

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When It Is Absolutely, Positively Best To Disavow Credit For Doing A Responsible Thing by Joe Patti

Years ago I had read an article on Non Profit Quarterly, Six Things Nonprofits Can Teach Small Business. According to the story, non-profit leaders often exhibited stronger leadership qualit…

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13 Reasons Why's Justin Prentice & Devin Druid Play Kingdom Hearts III by Young Hollywood

13 Reasons Why's Justin Prentice & Devin Druid Play Kingdom Hearts III"13 Reasons Why" stars Justin Prentice and Devin Druid unleash their inner gamer nerds at E3 Expo in Los Angeles when th…

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Thursday, June 21, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Block Talk: Episode 68- RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 RuCap Episode 12 by Michael Block

Cissy Walken and I break down the latest episode of RuPaul's Drag Race season 10 where the final four become...the final four.To listen to the podcast, visit iTunes or SoundCloud! And leave …

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Philadanco! (The Philadelphia Dance Company) by Joel Benjamin

The theme running through the four works presented, three of them New York premieres, was of sadness and anger.  Even “Folded Prism” by Thang Dao, an abstract dance work, had an unsettl…

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From the Archives: Tennessee Williams Talks About Being a Writer, the State of 1966 America, and 'Digging for God' by Walter Wager

On the eve of his (soon-to-be short-lived) Slapstick Tragedy, the Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright spoke to Playbill about his career and thoughts on then-modern America.

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Could ‘Love Island’ bring us closer to our children?

Family viewing used to be a bonding experience. Not any more

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Skintight, Starring Idina Menzel, Opens Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

Joshua Harmon returns to Roundabout with his new play about youth, beauty, and family.

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Mean Girls’ Grey Henson and Barrett Wilbert Weed Bring a Real-Life Friendship to Janis and Damian by Mark Peikert

No labels. No lies. Just love—for both the actors and the characters in the hit musical.

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How the 'Gay Play' Is Evolving - Dramatists are exploring LGBTQ life in uncharted ways

Dramatists are exploring LGBTQ life in uncharted ways---To judge only from Broadway, New York theatre is experiencing a Renaissance of old gay plays, with starry revivals of three landmark d…

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