Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Timberlake Wertenbaker and Jude Kelly join symposium exploring gender equality by Georgia Snow

A dedicated symposium to debate gender equality in the industry will be held next year, produced by the company behind the annual

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Beauty and the Beast review at New Theatre, Cardiff – ‘pleasing panto’ by Nicholas Davies

The New Theatre’s panto combines genuine musical and comedy talent with affable rugby hero, Gareth ‘Alfie’ Thomas. Alfie’s slowly becoming a stage

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It was fifteen years ago when over forty million people tuned into the season two finale of 'American Idol' to see Rubin Studdard win the crown over runner-up Clay Aiken. This reviewer wasn'…

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Meet the Cast of CHOIR BOY- Now in Previews! by Julie Musbach

Manhattan Theatre Club is hosting the Broadway premiere of Choir Boy, byTarell Alvin McCraneyand directed by Trip Cullman. Get to know the cast below as they begin Broadway performances

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American Crime Story’s Darren Criss, Mary Poppins Returns’ Emily Blunt Among 2019 SAG Award Nominees by Ryan McPhee

Also recognized for their recent screen performances were Tony winners Glenn Close and Tony Shalhoub.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 10am (Broadway Time)

Critic’s Notebook: Rib-Eye Steak With a Side of Shakespeare by Elisabeth Vincentelli

Our intrepid theatergoer ate her way through a spate of shows that make food part of the experience. Her stomach sometimes ended up fuller than her imagination.

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World Premiere of Blue Ridge, Starring Marin Ireland, Begins Off-Broadway by Olivia Clement

The new play by Abby Rosebrock, directed by Taibi Magar, begins performances at Atlantic Theater Company.

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Peter Pan review at the Courtyard, Hereford – ‘energetic and imaginative’ by Ian Barge

Electrifying energy and imaginative audacity charge this year’s 20h anniversary Peter Pan at Hereford’s Courtyard Theatre. The challenge in pantomiming this particular

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Sophie Edward & Matt Howorth recap TheatreCraft 2018 by Robin Johnson

Junior Blog Editor, Sophie Edward, wrote about an eye-opening day at TheatreCraft 2018, also including a short trailer by Matt Howorth, Junior Film Editor. The post Sophie Edward & Matt…

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Pocket Universe's Juliet + Romeo Finds Its Off-Broadway Cast by Olivia Clement

Shakespeare’s classic is set in the imagination of a modern teen as she reads Romeo & Juliet for the first time.

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An Open(ness) Letter on Transparency by Duncan Gates

For every play that makes it to the stage, there are many more languishing under commission. Duncan Gates makes a case for more transparency in new writing for theatre. The post An Open(ness…

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Darren Criss, Bradley Cooper Receive SAG AWARDS Nominations - See the Full List! by TV News Desk

The nominations for the25th AnnualSAG Awardswere announced byAwkwafina and Laverne Cox on TNT, TBS, and truTV live from the Pacific Design Center in West Hollywood, California.

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When Old Blue Eyes Got Older by Trav S.D.

A sort of aimless memory post for the birthday of Frank Sinatra (1915-98), prompted by this TV Guide cover we recently came across advertising one of his TV specials in the 1970s. I was bor…

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A Look at Noura at Playwrights Horizons Off-Broadway by Marc J. Franklin

Heather Raffo’s play, in which she also stars, opened December 10.

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Christmas presents for theatre fans by Eleni Cashell

It’s Christmas!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! (well, nearly)Tis the season to be jolly…and run around shops panic-buying anything that vaguely resembles a thoughtful gift, so friends and family won’t …

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Exclusive interview with Hamleys’ viral dancing elf Mike Rogers: “Quite a few big actors started here” by Ollie Cole

Mike Rogers is an actor working for the events team at Hamleys toy shop in London. The 23-year-old went viral after a

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Photo Coverage: Inside Opening Night of CLUELESS, THE MUSICAL by Jennifer Broski

The New Group is currently presenting Clueless, the Musical by Amy Heckerling in a world premiere production with choreography by Kelly Devine, directed by Kristin Hanggi. The show officiall…

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Tamyra Gray Stops Performance of ONCE ON THIS ISLAND To Help Choking Audience Member by BroadwayWorld

Anything can happen when it comes to live theatre. That was proven on Friday night when a performance of Once On This Island was stopped mid-song to help a struggling audience member, accord…

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Bob Mackie and Reginald Van Lee Will Be Honored At TDF's 2019 Gala by BroadwayWorld

Legendary costume designer BOB MACKIE, who just received unanimous rave reviews for his costume design for Broadway's newest hit, THE CHER SHOW, and entrepreneurphilanthropist, REGINALD REGG…

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"The Wickhams: Christmas at Pemberley": Lauren Gunderson and Margot Melcon's new "Side-quel' by Kit Bix

It is a truth universally acknowledged that Gunderson and Melcon brilliantly capture the heightened idiom of Austen’s world. What makes this writing team so remarkable, here as well as in…

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MTC's CHOIR BOY Begins Performances Tonight by BroadwayWorld

Performances begin tonight, Wednesday December 12, for Manhattan Theatre Club's Broadway premiere of Choir Boy, by Academy Award winner Tarell Alvin McCraney Moonlight, The BrotherSister Pla…

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 9am (Broadway Time)

Read Reviews for Off-Broadway’s Clueless Musical, Starring Dove Cameron by Andrew Gans

The New Group production officially opened December 11.

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Review: Fabulation at by Elyse Sommer

Cherise Boothe is a terrific Undine in a smartly staged legacy production of Lynn Nottage's play Read More

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Clueless: The Musical review – teen movie stage show is a lazy retread by Alexis Soloski

Pershing Square Signature CenterAmy Heckerling has brought her 1995 comedy classic to New York with lively choreography but a disappointing lack of charmThe best thing about Clueless: The Mu…

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Smithsonian’s National Gallery Of Art Names New Director, First Woman To Hold Post by Artsjournal1

“Kaywin Feldman, 52, who has been director and president of the Minneapolis Institute of Art since 2008, will succeed Earl ‘Rusty’ Powell III, who is retiring after 26 year…

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This Is Why Boston Symphony’s Principal Flutist Is Suing Over Equal Pay by Artsjournal1

When Elizabeth Rowe launched her lawsuit against the BSO, it was reported that she is paid less than the (male) principal oboist. How much less? More than $66,000. Geoff Edgers does a deep d…

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Former Director Of New York’s Cedar Lake Contemporary Ballet To Head Rambert, Britain’s Oldest Dance Company by Artsjournal1

Running a contemporary dance institution with such a long history (read: stability) will be quite a change for Benoit Swan Pouffer: Cedar Lake collapsed in 2015 after its sole funder pulled …

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What Happens When A City Tries For The Bilbao Effect And Fails? Here Are Some Cautionary Tales by Artsjournal1

“This proves to be a particularly timely question because exactly 10 years ago last month, two of the biggest arts venue headaches of recent times finally opened to the public.” …

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Upright Citizens Brigade Starts Laying Off Staff As Money Woes Mount by Artsjournal1

“The [comedy] theater, which has four spaces, including the flagship that opened in Hell’s Kitchen last year, has struggled in its new location, in part because of increased comp…

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Broadway’s ‘Network’ With Bryan Cranston Extends Limited Engagement by Greg Evans

Broadway’s Network, the National Theatre production starring Bryan Cranston in a critically acclaimed performance, has extended its limited engagement through Sunday, April 28, 2019. T…

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Go Inside the Opening Night of Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken’s Broadway Holiday Engagement by Marc J. Franklin

The three-week limited engagement by the American Idol alums opened at the Imperial Theatre December 11.

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Arts Remembrance: Pete Shelley of the Buzzcocks — A Matter of the Heart by Matt Hanson

Pete Shelley's elegies for the wilted flowers of romance were shouted over songs that were alternately tuneful and fierce.

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Classical Music Review: Tallis Scholars — Dependable Delight by Susan Miron

The Tallis Scholars are unquestionably today's most renowned exponent of Renaissance sacred music.

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Ivo van Hove's Network, Starring Bryan Cranston, Extends Broadway Run by Andy Lefkowitz

The acclaimed Broadway transfer of Network, the stage adaptation of Paddy Chayevsky's iconic film, has been extended at the Belasco Theatre through April 28, 2019. Originally slated to r…

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Best of Broadway 2018: The terrifying 'Three Tall Women' leads top 10 by Chris Jones

Mortality was on the Broadway menu this year — most all of the best works of the calendar year shed light on the pain of the human condition, especially once we’re past the first blush o…

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Aladdin review at Everyman Theatre, Cheltenham – ‘Tweedy’s trademark tomfoolery’ by Jeremy Brien

Brazilian professional circus clown Tiririca (it means Grumpy) has just won a seat in his country`s parliament for the third election in

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Obituary: Janet Paisley – ‘prolific poet, novelist and playwright’ by Michael Quinn

A prolific writer, Janet Paisley was an accomplished poet, novelist and playwright who won the Peggy Ramsay award in 1996 for her

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Obituary: John Greenwood – ‘renowned fight director, actor and director’ by Michael Dyer

John Greenwood was a renowned fight director, actor and director. Having trained at LAMDA, he worked as an actor in regional theatre,

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Obituary: Laurence Kennedy – ‘stage and screen actor of consummate skill’ by Michael Quinn

Having worked with Alan Ayckbourn at the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough, on My Very Own Story in 1993 and again in the

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In pictures (December 13): Hackney Empire, Hornchurch, Stephen Joseph, Acting for Others and more by The Stage

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Aladdin at

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Kanye put a stop to this bad behaviour, Mark? by Tabard

Might 2019 be the year that mobile phone use is completely eradicated? Will Mark Shenton finally start his one-man policing scheme against

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Bring regional theatre to the audiences (your views, December 13) by The Stage

If audiences and casts won’t come to the regions (‘Regional bosses: We lose stars to London and Netflix’, News, December 6, p1),

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Quiz: Describe Your Ideal Holiday Season And We’ll Tell You Which Festive Show Tune Is Your Theme Song by Kailey Hansen

The post Quiz: Describe Your Ideal Holiday Season And We’ll Tell You Which Festive Show Tune Is Your Theme Song appeared first on Theatre Nerds.

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REVIEW: The Messiah, The Other Palace ✭ by Julian Eaves

By Julian Eaves Julian Eaves reviews The Messiah by Patrick Barlow now playing at The Other Palace Theatre, London. This post REVIEW: The Messiah, The Other Palace ✭ first appeared on Brit…

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NETWORK To Continue Its Broadcast On Broadway Through April 2019 by BroadwayWorld

The hit drama adaptation NETWORK has been picked up for an extension on Broadway. The production will nowplay performances through Sunday, April 28, 2019 at the Belasco Theatre.

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BWW's On This Day - December 12, 2018

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on December 12 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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That Night Follows Day review – adults' truths and lies, voiced by children by Kate Wyver

Southbank Centre, LondonTim Etchells and Forced Entertainment present a mesmeric show in which a young cast consider what grownups tell them‘You tell us to grow up.” On a simple set of s…

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Brazil’s Publishing Industry In Crisis With Wave Of Bookseller Closures by Artsjournal1

The country’s two major bookstore chains are in or near bankruptcy and are closing so many stores that many cities will be left with no place to buy books. The head of one Brazilian pu…

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Social Media Has Surpassed Print As News Source For Americans by Artsjournal1

According to the study from the Pew Research Center, television is still the leading source, with just under half of respondents saying they get most of their news from it; hard-copy print c…

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Motion Picture Academy Seriously Considers Letting Oscars Go Hostless by Artsjournal1

After the Kevin Hart debacle, which they had not expected, the Academy powers-that-be are having a hard time finding someone willing to host the Academy Awards ceremony, and that very much i…

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Cinderella review at Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford – ‘lavish and entertaining’ by Amanda Holloway

This year’s Yvonne Arnaud pantomime features all the traditional ingredients, along with the spicy wit of a stand-up show. Writer and director

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BWW Interview: Patsy Ferran Talks SUMMER AND SMOKE by Rona Kelly

Straight off her win forBest Actress in a New Production of a Play at BroadwayWorld's UK Awards, Patsy Ferran shares what it's like to have a character in your head for that long a time. Tak…

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, December 12, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “Sexy Oklahoma” and Rudy are Both Officially Broadway Bound, Critics Review “Ruben & Clay,” and “Clueless,” and “Network” Extends …

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‘Network’ will extend through April 28 by Caitlin Huston

“Network” will extend an extra month, now playing through April 28, 2019 at the Belasco Theatre. The play had originally been scheduled to end its run on March 17. Directed by Iv…

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Network, Starring Bryan Cranston, Extends Broadway Engagement by Ryan McPhee

The Ivo van Hove-directed play, based on the 1976 film, opened December 6.

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The Double Dealer review at the Orange Tree Theatre, London – ‘clumsy and convoluted’ by Rosemary Waugh

Selina Cadell’s production of William Congreve’s The Double Dealer opens with a modern prologue written by the director and Eliza Thompson. The

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‘Shrewdly-observed portrait of grief & nationality’: NINE NIGHT – Trafalgar Studios by Shanine Salmon

Arriving at the Trafalgar Studios after a wave of critical acclaim at its National Theatre run earlier this year, Nine Night already bears the acclaim and intense scrutiny that comes with be…

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Benoit Swan Pouffer named artistic director of Rambert by Georgia Snow

Rambert has appointed Benoit Swan Pouffer as its new artistic director. Pouffer has been acting as guest director of the contemporary dance

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JMK Award for emerging directors moves to the Orange Tree Theatre after seven years at Young Vic by Giverny Masso

The JMK Award for emerging directors has announced it is moving to the Orange Tree Theatre in Richmond after seven years at

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LIPA proposes secondary school with focus on performing arts by Matthew Hemley

The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts is planning to open a secondary school focusing on the performing arts. LIPA has submitted plans

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Staff Sues To Stop Reconstruction Of St. Petersburg’s Mikhailovsky Palace Museum by Artsjournal1

“Staff of the State Russian Museum are taking legal action to protest against the imminent $17m reconstruction of its main building, the Mikhailovsky Palace in St. Petersburg.They argu…

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Inside the model box: the National Theatre’s Playing With Scale exhibition by Nick Smurthwaite

A new exhibition at the National Theatre, Playing With Scale, explores why, in the digital era, theatre designers still use model boxes

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Knitmas: A Winter Yarn review at Greenwich Theatre, London – ‘inventive, homespun show’ by Theo Bosanquet

There are a number of festive alternatives to panto for young children this year, and this homespun tale from SharkLegs is a

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Cast Announced for ANOMALY at the Old Red Lion Theatre by BroadwayWorld

The cast has been announced for Liv Warden's debut play at the Old Red Lion which explores a different perspective of the Time's Up movement. The provocative and timely Anomaly will star Nat…

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The Double Dealer, Orange Tree Theatre review - high spirits and low morals by Matt Wolf

Congreve's Restoration-era rarity is boisterous to a fault It's been 40 years since The Double Dealer last had a major airing (indeed, perhaps any airing) in London, so on the basis of …

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Best of 2018: JKTS Awards: Broadway Tech by JK

NOTE: We made the decision that 2018 was dark and ugly enough, so this year (at least) we will only celebrate the positive. We will try to be snark-free, and there will be no "worst of." It …

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New Dance Production At Sadler's Wells Presented By Internationally-Acclaimed BalletBoyz by BroadwayWorld

Internationally acclaimed BalletBoyz will be opening a new production ThemUs at Sadler's Wells this spring from 5 - 9 March 2019.

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Bristol Old Vic's A CHRISTMAS CAROL Will Return For 2019 by BroadwayWorld

Bristol Old Vic today announced the return of its sell-out production A Christmas Carol for 2019. Told in true Bristolian style, this year's production of A Christmas Carol, directed by Lee …

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‘The vocal delights on offer are second to none’: A CHRISTMAS CAROL – West End ★★★★★ by Olivia Mitchell

The London Musical Theatre Orchestra is fast becoming a staple part of my Christmas tradition, with the company’s glorious performances of A Christmas Carol really bringing the joy and fes…

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Magic and circus shows bring holiday awe to Toronto by Karen Fricker - Theatre Critic

With Cirque du Soleil and 7 Fingers opening shows here this week, and Champions of Magic next week, Karen Fricker looks at the appeal of this style of entertainment.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 6am (Broadway Time)

LISTEN: Lin-Manuel Miranda Releases Cut Rap Battle For Jefferson in HAMILTON by Stephanie Wild

Lin-Manuel Miranda took to Twitter yet again this morning to share another demo he had recorded during the early days of Hamilton.

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Aladdin review at Orchard Theatre, Dartford – ‘action-packed but wildly uneven’ by Dave Fargnoli

Wildly uneven in terms of tone, Aladdin at the Orchard Theatre, Dartford, is more fantasy adventure than traditional panto, despite sticking close

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BWW Review: THE MESSIAH, The Other Palace by Gary Naylor

The Messiah has charm and poignancy, but creaks under the weight of its 35 years, its brand of humour now dated by shows like The Play That Goes Wrong.

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Obituary: Jane Wenham – accomplished classical actor and star of stage and screen by Michael Quinn

Having shown herself to be a classical actor of promise with the Bristol Old Vic and Old Vic in the first years

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Peter Pan review at Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield – ‘reliably delightful’ by John Murphy

Paul Hendy’s Christmas pantomimes have become something of a Sheffield institution, with Peter Pan marking his 12th consecutive production for the Lyceum.

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Something worth sharing: MANIAC show offers a cohesive, impressive vision

Social media can make for strange bedfellows. Some may even say it’s the bane of our times. But for artists, Instagram and Facebook have become the currency of information and … Clic…

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 5am (Broadway Time)

Aladdin review at New Wimbledon Theatre – ‘Paul Merton’s panto debut’ by Paul Vale

After a spectacularly ropey Jack and the Beanstalk last year, Qdos Entertainment has taken a giant step forward with this year’s New

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Aladdin review at Lawrence Batley Theatre, Huddersfield – ‘clever script and skilfully woven local references’ by Natalie Douglas

The vibrantly-lit magic carpet taking flight above the stalls is a stand-out moment in Lawrence Batley Theatre’s production of Aladdin. A triumph

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BWW Review: JOE STILGOE: CHRISTMAS AT THE MOVIES at Lyric Hammersmith by Emma Watkins

It would be hard to find a classier and more joyful Christmas treat than Joe Stilgoe's one-night-only show Christmas at the Movies, featuring special guests Louise Dearman, saxophonist Jess …

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Full Casting Announced For ALYS, ALWAYS at the Bridge Theatre by BroadwayWorld

Joining the previously announced Joanne Froggatt Frances and Robert Glenister Lawrence in the premiere of Lucinda Coxon's Alys, Always are Danny Ashok Sid, Joanna David Charlotte, Leah Gayer…

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Photo Coverage: Inside the Opening Night Party For RUBEN AND CLAY'S CHRISTMAS SHOW by Walter McBride

Ruben StuddardandClay Aikenhave reunited forRuben amp Clay's First Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show. The show officially opened last night, Tuesday December…

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A CHRISTMAS CAROL Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford upon Avon by Libby Purves and Friends

ENERGY, ANGER, HOPE           It is 1842:  young Charles Dickens, thirty years old and with five novels under his belt, is ranting.    The Industrial Revolution is revving up nicely,…

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Wake Up With BWW 12/12: OKLAHOMA! Will Transfer to Broadway, and More! by Stephanie Wild

Good morning BroadwayWorld Today's top stories Oklahoma will transfer to Broadway, and more

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Photo Coverage: Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken Take Their Opening Night Bows in RUBEN AND CLAY'S CHRISTMAS SHOW by Walter McBride

Ruben Studdard and Clay Aiken have reunited for Ruben amp Clay's First Annual Christmas Carol Family Fun Pageant Spectacular Reunion Show. The show officially opened last night, Tuesday Dece…

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Photo Coverage: The Dramatists Guild Foundation Salon Celebrates Henry Krieger by Walter McBride

The Dramatists Guild Foundation celebrated Tony and Academy Award nominee and Grammy Winner Henry Krieger on Tuesday, December 11, at a salon hosted by Leonard Majzlin.

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Incognito Theatre Company Will Make VAULT Debut With TOBACCO ROAD by BroadwayWorld

Incognito Theatre Company, winners of the Les Enfants Terribles' 2018 Greenwich Partnership Award, return to London to make their VAULT Festival debut with their sell-out success Tobacco Roa…

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Camden People's Theatre Celebrate 25th Anniversary by BroadwayWorld

Camden People's Theatre is set to turn 25 in 2019, celebrating its trailblazing beginnings with a jam-packed programme championing new work, amplifying diverse voices and unearthing local st…

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A Christmas Carol review at Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon – ‘feel-good festivity’ by Neil Dowden

First staged by the Royal Shakespeare Company last year, David Edgar’s adaptation of Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol returns with cast changes

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Kaywin’s Win: Feldman to Direct the National Gallery by Artsjournal1

When museum trustees set out to hire a new director, they tend to seek someone very different from the current one, a prominent art museum director once told me. They want change. — Lee R…

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Listen vs. Tell by Artsjournal1

Here’s an updated version — call it 2.0 — of last year’s chart outlining the two main ways (the wrong one and the right one) of approaching the means by which arts organizati…

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‘By turns a raw & uplifting experience to watch unfold’: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time – West End ★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

It is a warm and welcome return to the West End for the Olivier Award-winning show The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time, based on Mark Haddon’s beloved book.

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 4am (Broadway Time)

PHOTOS: How does Stig of the Dump look at the Tabard ten years on? by Featured Content

How does the Tabard Theatre's staging of Clive King's much-loved children's literary classic Stig of the Dump look ten years on? Fresh as a daisy! Check out our gallery of new production pho…

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See Tickets in discrimination row after choreographer asked to prove disability to watch own show by Matthew Hemley

Ticketing company See has become embroiled in a discrimination row, after it demanded proof of disability from a choreographer in a wheelchair

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Explore dance and cultural diplomacy through a rich digital archive by Artsjournal

DanceMotion USA℠ connected American dancers with global communities. Now view interviews with Mark Morris, Ronald K. Brown, Seán Curran, Hubbard Street Dance, Doug Varone, Larry Keigwin a…

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Indian Superstar Rajinikanth’s Blockbuster Film “2.0” to hit Chinese Screens: Report by Blouin Artinfo

The Indian superstar Rajinikanth’s blockbuster film “2.0” is breaking box office records throughout the world and is all set to hit theaters in China.The Tamil-language science fiction…

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The Illusionists – Direct from Broadway by Arts Review

If you’re willing to have your mind boggled then this is the show for you. Eight world class illusionists, each subtitled with a label indicating their specialty, bring a twenty-first cent…

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BWW Review: THE DOUBLE DEALER, Orange Tree Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan

William Congreve's rarely performed Restoration comedy, The Double Dealer, is an interesting choice to be revived at Richmond's Orange Tree theatre and, for some, will be a welcome relief to…

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 3am (Broadway Time)

2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards shortlist announced by Arts Review

The Wheeler Centre has announced the 28 works shortlisted for the 2019 Victorian Premier’s Literary Awards, including Australia’s richest single literary prize worth $100,000. The shortl…

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2018 Year in Review: Cindy Marcolina's Best of Theatre by Cindy Marcolina

As we're ready to draw the curtain on a busy 2018, it's time to look back on my eclectic year of theatre in a consciously unmethodical collection of highlights.

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It’s ArtsHacker’s Fourth Anniversary! by Drew McManus

Time continues to fly as today marks ArtsHacker's fourth anniversary! To celebrate, we put together a special 2018 Year In Review post.

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Competition: Win tickets to A Hundred Words for Snow at Trafalgar Studios by The Stage

“it’s a bit weird to be sitting in the Arctic Circle chatting to a fit boy with your Dad’s ashes in your

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CU Scarborough: Shaking up training with Stephen Joseph Theatre by Promoted Content

Moving away from purely text-based study, a pioneering partnership between Coventry University and the renowned Stephen Joseph Theatre will train students in

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 2am (Broadway Time)

“The Fool and the Unhappy Boy” at NCPA, Beijing by Blouin Artinfo

“The Fool and the Unhappy Boy,” is an opera adapted from a fairytale by Ren Rongrong , which is slated to be on stage at Beijing’s NCPA from December 22-27.According to NCPA’s websit…

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Mark Shenton: The truth is, there is no formula to manufacture event theatre by Mark Shenton

It would be great if theatre could be a habit, but for most people it is actually an occasion. That’s partly a

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at 1am (Broadway Time)

“Cine-Concert Chaplin” at The Renaissance Theater, Oullins by Blouin Artinfo

Some of the Tragi-Comic iconoclast Charlie Chaplin’s films will be played to live orchestral music at Oullin’s Renaissance Theater from December 19-22.Known as a figure who has reconcile…

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Tony Kushner: 'Trump has a sinkhole instead of a soul' by Alexis Soloski

He has spent his life dramatising America’s angels and demons. As his civil rights musical returns to Britain, the playwright reveals all about revamping West Side Story for Spielberg – …

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Rambert's new boss: 'It's like a big mansion and I'm going to renovate it' by Lyndsey Winship

Dynamic artistic director Benoit Swan Pouffer has grand designs for Britain’s oldest dance company, from diversifying the audience to finding new choreographers“I want this company, Ramb…

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“Pin: A Plastic Nightmare” at Royal Cinema, Toronto by Blouin Artinfo

Rue Morgue’s CineMacabre Movie Nights will screen Sander Stern’s horror film “Pin: A Plastic Nightmare” at Toronto’s Royal Cinema on December 18.Once a month, every month the Royal…

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Wednesday, December 12, 2018 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Netflix Set to Release Alfonso Cuarón’s “ROMA” in 600 Theaters Worldwide by Blouin Artinfo

Netflix confirmed that Academy Award® winning director and writer Alfonso Cuaron’s “ROMA,” produced by Esperanto Filmoj and Participant Media, will be released in over 100 theaters in…

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No Such Thing As Free Parking by Joe Patti

Gene Tagaki at Non Profit Law blog tweeted about IRS guidance for non profits that are now faced with having pay to taxes on the parking they offer employees. If you didn’t know that y…

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Alvin Epstein, Original Lucky in Broadway's Waiting for Godot, Dies at 93 by Andy Lefkowitz

Alvin Epstein, a multifaceted award-winning actor whose six-decade career on and off Broadway included roles in the works of Samuel Beckett, William Shakespeare and Kurt Weill, die…

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Moonlight Oscar Winner Tarell Alvin McCraney Makes Broadway Playwriting Debut with Choir Boy by Andy Lefkowitz

The 2013 drama Choir Boy by Oscar winner Tarell Alvin McCraney (Moonlight) begins previews of its Broadway transfer on December 12. Trip Cullman (Lobby Hero) directs the production at t…

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Ruben & Clay’s Christmas Show by Darryl Reilly

Except for “Santa Baby” and “The Little Drummer Boy,” virtually every Christmas song in existence is wonderfully performed during the pleasant holiday extravaganza, Ruben & Cl…

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Clueless, The Musical by Wendy Caster

"What, another musical based on a late 20th-century movie?" you may ask. Well, yeah. But here's the thing: it's really good.Zurin Villanueva, Dove Cameron Photo: Monique CarboniWriter/l…

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Tarell Alvin McCraney’s Choir Boy Begins on Broadway December 12 by Olivia Clement

The Oscar-winning Moonlight writer makes his Broadway debut with his acclaimed play.

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Can You Guess These Musicals From Only Emojis? by Logan Culwell-Block

Get your texting thumbs ready, because we want to know if you can decipher your favorite musicals based on plot clues in emojis.

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