Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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The Arts on the Stamps of the World — June 22 by Doug Briscoe

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

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Photo Coverage: BEAUTIFUL Company Unveils Sing for Hope Piano! by Walter McBride

Just yesterday, the cast of Broadway's Beautiful gathered for apop-up performance of some of Carole King's most famous hits, at a piano designed by the cast to celebrate Carole King's story.…

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VIDEO: Amy Poehler & Seth Meyers Ask JULIUS CAESAR Protestors - 'Really?' by TV News Desk

On last night's LATE NIGHT, Seth Meyers and Amy Poehler ask recent protestors at Shakespeare in the Park's JULIUS CAESAR 'really'

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Photo Coverage: Go Inside Rehearsal for ME THE PEOPLE: THE TRUMP AMERICA MUSICAL by Walter McBride

Me The People The Trump America Musical, a new musical revue with a book and lyrics by Nancy Holson Bush Wars, The News in Revue on PBS - 5 Emmy Awards, Ludwig Live, and directed and choreog…

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Why you’re better off without him: A Fringe Peek at Last Ditch Playlist by Guest Writer

Everyone remembers their first love. And everyone remembers what it’s like to lose it. Heartbreak sucks and my first heartbreak was rough. I was in my early 20s and on the road with a …

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International news round-up: June 22 by The Stage

Protests at theatre POLAND/WARSAW The resumption of Nationalist-led demonstrations outside a Warsaw theatre after a ban was lifted, saw one audience member taken

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Theatre Rhinoceros: Queer theatre’s enduring home by Paul Vale

San Francisco is host to the world’s longest-running queer theatre company. Paul Vale finds out about its fight to give gay voices a

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Director Zoe Lafferty: ‘I love theatre because of the idea that it can bring about change’ by Matt Trueman

Ahead of her new show, director Zoe Lafferty tells Matt Trueman how working with the ‘Che Guevara’ of theatre transformed her from

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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Actors usually envy each other. But Daniel Day-Lewis is a class apart | Michael Simkins by Michael Simkins

The actor is retiring – and those of us used to playing angry policemen or affable dads could see just how exceptional his talent isIt’s the news I’ve been waiting for. Daniel Day-Lewi…

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Gloria review – superb hatchet job on modern American journalism by Michael Billington

Hampstead theatre, LondonThere are shades of Neil LaBute’s In the Company of Men in Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ merciless modern satire, set in the offices of a Manhattan magazineNothing can…

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‘Marvin’s Room’ Moves to Broadway With Women Front and Center by Dave Itzkoff

The Roundabout Theater Company’s production, directed by Anne Kauffman, has a prominently female cast.

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Here We Go Again! Dominic Cooper Talks MAMMA MIA! Sequel by Movies News Desk

In a new interview with ETOnline, Dominic Cooper discusses the recently confirmed sequel to 2008's MAMMA MIA Subtitled 'Here We Go Again', the movie hits theaters on July 20, 2018.

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BWW's On This Day - June 22, 2017

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

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VIDEO: First Look - Josh Gad, Chadwick Boseman Star in New Drama MARSHALL by Movies News Desk

The new motion picture, MARSHALL, is the true story of his greatest challenge in those early days - a fight he fought alongside attorney Sam Friedman Josh Gad, a young lawyer with no experie…

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ONE VOICE AT THE OLD VIC to Feature Monologues by Mark Watson, Amelia Bullmore, and Yasmina Reza by BroadwayWorld

The Old Vic today announcedthe next One Voice at The Old Vic which will take place on 7 July featuring new monologues written by Mark Watson and Amelia Bullmore performed by Katherine Parkin…

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Photos: First look at Tim Rice's Blondel

The musical opens at the Union Theatre this week

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Theatre News: Joanne Clifton to star in UK tour of Flashdance this summer

Singer Ben Adams will also appear in the musical

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Review: Review: Otello (Royal Opera House)

Covent Garden's new production of Verdi's dark Shakespearean opera stars Jonas Kaufmann

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Theatre News: Equity calls for changes to casting process

Julie Walters, Patrick Stewart, Mark Rylance and Maxine Peake are among key figures backing the manifesto

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Thursday, June 22, 2017 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “Cats” Announces Closing, Princess Diana Musical in the Works, Well-Times “1984” Announcement, Matt’s Crazy “My Fair Lady” Prediction! ̶…

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Art with Heart by Maddy Costa

How can theatre accommodate neurodiversity? Maddy Costa explores how Art with Heart's touring show 'Declaration' remagines relationships between artist, venue and audience. The post Art wit…

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In the Company of de Sade. A Fringe Peek by Guest Writer

It was 2012 when King’s Players was born.  For our first show, we tackled an original piece called In the Company of de Sade.  The premise was simple: a director attempts to stage the Ma…

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Photo Flash: First Look at Andrew Garfield, Nathan Lane, and More in National Theatre Live's ANGELS IN AMERICA Broadcast by BroadwayWorld

The first footage ofAngels in America- hailed by critics as one of the theatre shows of the year - has been released ahead of its broadcast in cinemas next month as part ofNational Theatre L…

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BWW Review: GLORIA, Hampstead Theatre by Marianka Swain

American playwright Brandon Jacobs-Jenkins asserts that the nightmarish workplace depicted in Gloria bears no resemblance to his time at the New Yorker, but that tension between truth and im…

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River Stage Festival Returns to London's South Bank; Full Line Up Announced by BroadwayWorld

Five free weekends of the best and brightest entertainment from some of the UK's leading arts and culture organisations will once again arrive at London's South Bank this summer The Glory, H…

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Joanne Clifton and Ben Adams to Star in UK Tour of FLASHDANCE THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Flashdance - The Musical returns to the UK for the first time since 2011 starring Strictly favourite Joanne Clifton and singer-songwriter Ben Adams, and will arrive at Glasgow King's Theatre…

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Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff to Make Stage Debut in Kay Mellor's FAT FRIENDS THE MUSICAL by BroadwayWorld

Former England cricket captain, and star of SKY's League of Their Own, Andrew Freddie Flintoff will swap the cricket pitch to tread the boards as he joins an all star cast for the world prem…

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BWW Review: EVERYTHING IS POSSIBLE: THE YORK SUFFRAGETTES, York Theatre Royal by Pippa Stacey

Set in early 20th-century York, Everything Is Possible tells the moving story of Annie Seymour-Pearson, a local housewife who risked her life to fight for the right to vote.

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BWW Morning Brief June 22nd, 2017 - 1984 Opens on Broadway and More! by Jessica Khan

Good morning, BroadwayWorld Today's big news 1984, starring Olivia Wilde, Tom Sturridge and Reed Birney, opens tonight on Broadway

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Former England cricket captain Freddie Flintoff to star in Fat Friends musical by Giverny Masso

Former England cricket captain Andrew ‘Freddie’ Flintoff will make his stage debut in Fat Friends – The Musical. Flintoff will play the

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Shakespeare’s Globe launches apprenticeships for Neets by Tim Bano

Shakespeare’s Globe has launched four year-long apprenticeships for disadvantaged young people as part of a wider access programme aiming to make the

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: Andrew Flintoff to make stage debut in Fat Friends the Musical

The cricketer joins Jodie Prenger, Sam Bailey and Elaine C Smith

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Theatre News: Line-up for the National Theatre's River Stage festival announced

The free arts festival returns to the National Theatre this summer

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Video: All you need to know about National Theatre's River Stage festival

The line-up for this year's festival has been announced

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Freddie Flintoff to Make Stage Debut in FAT FRIENDS - THE MUSICAL Tour by BroadwayWorld

Former England cricket captain, and star of SKY's League of Their Own, Andrew 'Freddie' Flintoff will swap the cricket pitch to tread the boards as he joins an all star cast for the world pr…

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Jermyn Street Theatre Set to Become Producing House as Tom Littler's First Season is Announced by BroadwayWorld

In a major shift of artistic policy, Tom Littler today announces the relaunch of Jermyn Street Theatre as a producing theatre as he reveals his first season as artistic director.

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Everything Is Possible: The York Suffragettes review at Theatre Royal, York – ‘impressive community production’ by Roger Foss

“Deeds not words” was Emmeline Pankhurst’s militant motto. So when you are caught up in a melee outside York Minster involving placard

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Gloria review at Hampstead Theatre – ‘unsettling and invigorating office dramedy’ by Fergus Morgan

Something happens just before the interval in US playwright Branden Jacobs-Jenkins’ Gloria that shocks, viscerally. Out of the blue and on a

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Theatre News: London Writers' Week announces benefit for Grenfell Tower

Profits from the event, which has changed venue, will be donated to the victims of the tragedy

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Otello starring Jonas Kaufmann at the Royal Opera House review – ‘real dramatic sweep’ by George Hall

When the world’s most famous tenor takes on for the first time the mighty challenge of the title role of Verdi’s Otello,

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James Bonney MP review at White Bear Theatre, London – ‘never confronts the big issues’ by Dave Fargnoli

Given the increasingly polarised, increasingly absurd state of British politics, a comic drama examining the conflict between moderate and radical perspectives could

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Mario Cantone at the Café Carlyle by Jk Clarke

        The unique and celebrated stage actor and stand-up comic Mario Cantone makes his Café Carlyle debut June 20-23.       by Linda Amiel Burns   …

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Gay theatre in London: how the capital’s venues are flying the rainbow flag by Mark Shenton

With a whole host of LGBT+ events planned to celebrate Pride in London, Mark Shenton talks to some of the programmers, directors

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Theatr Clwyd’ Liam Evans-Ford: It’s time to slay theatre industry’s David and Goliath relationship by Liam Evans-Ford

The interplay between subsidised and commercial theatre is complex and often confrontational but reaching a fresh understanding is imperative if great art

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Bertie Carvel: ‘I’m always looking for the man in the monster’ by Matt Trueman

Bertie Carvel has humanised troubled characters from criminals and adulterers to politicians and child-hating headteachers. As he prepares to star in Ink

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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Top 5 theatre jobs of the week – National Theatre, Curve Theatre and Delfont Mackintosh Theatres by The Stage

This week’s top theatre jobs on The Stage Jobs includes a vacancy at the National Theatre, head of fundraising at Curve Theatre and deputy general

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Handbagged review at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick – ‘funny, assured revival’ by Stephen Longstaffe

Moira Buffini’s Handbagged is an antidote to the view of history, common on both stage and screen, that reduces it to palace

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Review: Richard Alston Dance Company at Sadler’s Wells. by Anna Winter

A fragrant physical echo chamber: Anna Winter reviews a mixed bill of works performed by the Richard Alston Dance Company. The post Review: Richard Alston Dance Company at Sadler’s Wel…

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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In a Word by Jk Clarke

        by Carole Di Tosti   What happens when you leave your seven-year-old child alone for three minutes in a locked car with the specific instructions not to open…

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HIR Bush, W12 by Libby Purves and Friends

MILLENIAL  LUKE JONES TIRES OF THIS GENDER AGENDA     There aren’t many issues in life that haven’t been solved, rationalised or  helpfully knocked about by plays. &#…

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Equity demands end to ‘stressful, exclusive and London-focused’ casting by Tim Bano

Entertainment union Equity has published a manifesto for casting, which seeks to make casting processes “clearer, fairer, less stressful and more inclusive

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How a new theater helped turn Silverthorne from a gas-stop town into a cultural hub by The Know, Alex Miller

Once based in an old town hall, the Lake Dillon Theatre company opens its new $9 million facility this week.

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Hal David’s Magic Moments in Memory and Song by Jk Clarke

      by Martha Wade Steketee   We make our way to the second floor Buttenwieser Hall at the 92nd Street Y on a sultry June evening without benefit of functioning elevato…

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Offstage report demands urgent skills overhaul for ‘exclusive and antiquated’ sector by Georgia Snow

An independent report has warned that the offstage theatre sector is characterised by low pay, poor professionalism and a shortage of skilled

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The Editor’s View: Let’s invest in theatre’s greatest asset – its workforce by Alistair Smith

For the past year, I’ve been working on a report investigating the UK’s offstage theatre and performing arts workforce. It has been

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Daly Siblings Make First Stage Appearance in DOWNSTAIRS Tonight at Dorset Theatre Festival by BroadwayWorld

Dorset Theatre Festivalopens its 40th Anniversary Season with the World Premiere ofTheresa Rebeck'sDownstairs,starring brother and sisterTim DalyandTyne Daly,who will be appearing together f…

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Tony Winner Laura Benanti Guest Co-Hosts on THE TALK Today on CBS by TV News Desk

Today, June 22nd, Laura Benanti will guest co-host on THE TALK. Actor Dominic Cooper is scheduled to appear as a guest on the show. THE TALK airs 200-300 PM, ET 100-200 PM, PT.

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Stephanie Street: Youths’ fight for change on stage mirrors election by Stephanie Street

What a moment to be living through. Whitney sang it, now we’re seeing it: children are the future. After almost a year

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Mark Shenton: Picking through the Julius Caesar/Donald Trump controversy by Mark Shenton

It’s good to know that the theatre can still provoke headlines and controversies, not least when it’s a 400-year-old play. As I

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Richard Jordan: Beware the rise of the clickbait critic by Richard Jordan

“Bring me the head of Yael Faber, and while you’re at it, a side order of whoever commissioned this dross,” was Matt Trueman’s opening line

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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A Broadway First: “1984,” Looking for Publicity, Bans Children Under 13 Years of Age by Roger Friedman

It’s a first, but it’s a bit of a canard. The new play, “1984,” will not allow children under the age of Categories: Featured Theater(Read more...)

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Revolt. She Said. Revolt Again review – the ferocious, urgent roar of young and angry feminism by Jane Howard

Malthouse theatre, MelbourneThis audacious production explores the idea of theatre – and gender – as a construct, and is a testament to the strength of feminist performance in AustraliaI…

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Shared Leadership Provides Opportunity To Manage Up by Joe Patti

Last month Non Profit Quarterly suggested that organizations undergoing executive leadership transition consider the shared leadership model that many performing arts organizations employ. …

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‘Wonder Woman’ at Genesis Cinema, London by Blouin Artinfo

Directed by renowned director Patty Jenkins, the much-awaited superhero film, based on the DC Comics, entitled “Wonder Woman” is currently playing at the Genesis Cinema, London and will …

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‘Hampstead’ at Gate Picturehouse, London by Blouin Artinfo

Directed by acclaimed British film director Joel Hopkins, an unusual romantic drama film entitled “Hampstead” will be shown at the Gate Picturehouse, London from June 23 through June 29,…

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Thursday, June 22, 2017 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Stirring Stage Adaptation of Iconic 1984 Officially Opens on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

The new stage take on George Orwell's seminal novel 1984 opens on June 22 at the Hudson Theatre. Adapted and directed by Robert Icke and Duncan Macmillan, 1984 began previews on May…

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Kate Baldwin, Brian Stokes Mitchell, and Seth Sikes Coming to Feinstein’s/54 Below by Robert Viagas

See all the theatre-related events scheduled June 22–29 at the intimate venue.

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What to see, hear and do this week, June 22–28 by Andrew Alexander

Every week we’re striving to help you get the most out of our city by helping you plan the week ahead. For more events happening in Atlanta, check out our calendar page.

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A Couple Onstage and Off Takes on The Gin Game in Chicago by Robert Loerzel

Paula Scrofano and John Reeger are finally living out their dream of starring together in The Gin Game, at Drury Lane.

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Get Fit With Bandstand’s Max Clayton by Ruthie Fierberg

The Broadway ensemblist of the Tony-winning musical shares the workout routine that keeps his body toned and Blankenbuehler-ready.

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The First Couple of Chicago Theatre Returns in The Gin Game by Kelly Wallace

With these two names on the marquee, the Drury Lane Theatre’s production boasts theatre royalty.

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Playbill Mixtape: LGBTQ Pride Edition by Ruthie Fierberg

Celebrate LGBTQ Pride with iconic songs from Rent, Fun Home, La Cage aux Folles, and more.

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