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Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 5pm (Broadway Time)

KISS (Wilma): What does it mean when someone else is representing you? by Toby Zinman

A play is about acting as well as the political act of making theater as well as about getting it wrong through cultural appropriation The post KISS (Wilma): What does it mean when someone e…

SOURCE: phindie.com at 05:05PM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 4pm (Broadway Time)

Review: SUNSET BOULEVARD at Eisenhower Theatre at The Kennedy Center

Tony award winner Stephanie J. Block brings real Broadway star power to Sunset Boulevard, the latest installment of the Kennedy Center's Broadway Center Stage series, currently playing in th…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 04:53PM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 2pm (Broadway Time)

Reflecting on the wilder and better times of 1979 in ‘The Village! A Disco Daydream’ at NYC’s Dixon Place by Deb Miller

After a sold-out premiere engagement in the Fall of 2022, The Village! A Disco Daydream, by writer and performer Nora Burns, has returned to Dixon Place by popular demand for an encore four-…

SOURCE: dctheaterarts.org at 02:55PM

Riverside’s Bakersfield Mist Delves Into The Power of Art by Bill Hirschman

From F-bombs to high-brow discourse, Riverside Theatre’s absorbing Bakersfield Mist provokes and expands boundaries of what we know about the power of art and broader meanings of authentic…

SOURCE: Florida Theater On Stage at 02:42PM

Reviews: What Did Critics Think Of Sunset Boulevard At The Kennedy Center? by Meg Masseron

Stephanie J. Block stars in Andrew Lloyd Webber's high-drama Hollywood musical.

SOURCE: Playbill at 02:42PM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 1pm (Broadway Time)

VIDEO: ROOM Releases Trailer Featuring Adrienne Warren

Watch the new trailer of ROOM on Broadway featuring Tony Award-winner Adrienne Warren.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 01:51PM

Review: S.F. Playhouse’s ‘Cashed Out’ probes dark heart of gambling addiction by Lily Janiak

Claude Jackson Jr.'s world premiere is life-affirming without being sentimental, somehow hopeful without being unrealistic.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 01:23PM

Black Theater in New York Over Two Centuries by New York Theater

Theater created by Black New Yorkers goes back two centuries, as chronicled in the collections of the New York Public Library and the Library of Congress, some items from which are posted be…

SOURCE: New York Theater at 01:10PM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at noon (Broadway Time)

John-Andrew Morrison at 54 Below – TONIGHT FEBRUARY 4 by Tulis McCall

Morrison's selection of songs covers everyone from Taylor Swift (Snow On The Beach)to Stephen Sondheim (Losing My Mind) to Lizzo (Soulmate) to Harry Warren and Al Dublin (I Only Have Eyes fo…

SOURCE: thefrontrowcenter.com at 12:55PM

FORWARD MOTION (Philadelphia Ballet): An excellent showcase of skill by Christopher Munden

The intimate Perelman Theater in the Kimmel Cultural Campus provides an ideal setting for Philadelphia Ballet’s impressive new production, Forward Motion, three world premieres by… The …

SOURCE: phindie.com at 12:06PM

Broadway‘s ‘Room’: First-Look Video And Photo Of Adrienne Warren In Stage Adaptation Of Acclaimed Novel And Film by Greg Evans

EXCLUSIVE: When the announcement was made in January that Emma Donoghue had developed a play (with music) of her bestselling novel Room and the acclaimed film that followed – and that the …

SOURCE: Deadline at 12:04PM

Cozy At-Home Theater for a Cold Weekend by Jan Simpson

A frigid cold front is sweeping across a large part of the country this weekend. And that can be a disincentive to go outside for even the most avid theatergoer. Luckily, there are—thanks …

SOURCE: Broadway & Me at 12:02PM

Billy Porter by NPR

Billy Porter is an absolute legend. With a career that started in his teens, he's now 3/4ths of the way to an EGOT. He's also a style icon, who's always the most fashionable person in any ro…

SOURCE: National Public Radio at 12:00PM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 11am (Broadway Time)

Theatre SilCo takes up where Lake Dillon Theatre left off by Alex Miller

The Summit County theatre’s new name reflects a move away from the past

SOURCE: www.onstagecolorado.com at 11:24AM

TBT: Randy Newman Can't Afford to Do Theatre by Rob Weinert-Kendt

It wasn't a one-on-one, alas, but I well remember the day I was ushered into a South Coast Rep rehearsal room for a sort of four-way interview: myself, another reporter, the press rep (Crist…

SOURCE: The Wicked Stage at 11:18AM

‘One to admire but not quite to love’: Drive Your Plow Over The Bones of The Dead – Touring ★★★★ by Kris Hallett

A Complicite show is event theatre. Previous works such as A Disappearing Number, An Encounter and The Master and Margarita are locked in a pantheon of the great works of my lifetime. So, it…

SOURCE: mytheatremates.com at 11:00AM

Exclusive: Ramin Karimloo Sings 'Cathedrals' from His First Studio Album

Check out a song from Ramin Karimloo's first full studio album, 'Human Heart', available on all platforms. In this video, he performs 'Cathedrals'.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 11:00AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 9am (Broadway Time)

A Century of the System in the States (A Celebration of Richard Boleslawski) by Trav S.D.

A century ago (1923) Moscow Art Theatre veterans (and refugees from the USSR) Richard Boleslawski (Bolesław Ryszard Srzednicki, 1889-1937) and Maria Ouspenskaya founded the American Laborat…

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 09:32AM

VIDEO: Ben Platt and Noah Galvin Talk New Film THEATER CAMP on PBS NewsHour

Watch Ben Platt and Noah Galvin discuss their engagement and new film Theatre Camp with PBS NewsHour.

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:19AM

Melinda Dillon, Original Honey in WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? Passes Away at 83

Melinda Dillion, known for countless screen and stage roles, including her Tony Award nominated performance as Honey in the original production of Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? passed away…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 09:04AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 8am (Broadway Time)

Two True Cootes by Trav S.D.

Albert “Bert” Coote (1867-1938) was the son of Robert Coote (1834-1888) a popular British music composer. Bert first went onstage himself at age five, appearing throughout his childhood …

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 08:18AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 7am (Broadway Time)

Native American voices, actors come to the stage in 2 new Bay Area plays by Selen Ozturk

Theater audiences will have an opportunity to experience stories candid and comic with small-cast plays written, directed by and featuring Indigenous people.

SOURCE: San Francisco Chronicle at 07:00AM

‘You can’t help but leave feeling uplifted’: SCRATCHES – Vault Festival by Liz Dyer

The subject of Aoife Kennan’s Scratches is a tough one for many reasons – one of which is that, for very good reasons, she can’t actually talk openly about it. And so a sort of code de…

SOURCE: mytheatremates.com at 07:00AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 6am (Broadway Time)

The Guardian view on theatres in crisis: a moment to take stock | Editorial by Editorial

By cancelling all its shows from March, the Oldham Coliseum has thrown down a challenge to both central and local government Pity the poor Oldham Coliseum. This venerable regional theatre h…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 06:54AM

Tiny notebook by ‘first Shakespeare geek’ to go on show in Stratford by Dalya Alberge

Crammed with minuscule writing, manuscript is seen as earliest ‘proper reader’s response’ to first folio In 2017, an expert on BBC One’s Antiques Roadshow was excited by a minuscule …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 06:54AM

Review: ‘Radial Gradient’ by Shattered Globe an insider look at Northwestern sororities by Chris Jones

This pull-no-punches play was written from the inside and if Shattered Globe can find a way to get the word out to Northwestern’s Greek Row, they’ll pack their theater.

SOURCE: Chicago Tribune Subscription at 06:00AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at 1am (Broadway Time)

‘Hadestown’ impressively directed, conceived and performed, but may confound some by Alan Smason

By ROY BERKO When Hadestown, opened on Broadway on April 17, 2019, it was met with critical acclaim. Reviews contained such terms as “inventive,” “gorgeous, “hypnotic,” “high ene…

SOURCE: TheatreCriticsm.com at 01:37AM

How to Get Student Actors to Stop Rushing by Kerry Hishon

A director friend recently sent me a message asking for advice about how to help her students with their upcoming show.  Hi Kerry,  Any tips on helping my students to slow down and stop ru…

SOURCE: Theatrefolk at 01:00AM
Saturday, February 4, 2023 at midnight (Broadway Time)

Rare London Revival of Lillian Hellman's Watch on the Rhine Completes Run February 4 by Margaret Hall

The production was a part of the 30th anniversary season for Donmar Warehouse.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

The Sign in Sidney Brustein's Window Starring Rachel Brosnahan and Oscar Isaac Begins Previews February 4 by Leah Putnam

Lorraine Hansberry's play about a group of bohemian intellectuals and the marriage at its center is being revived at Brooklyn Academy of Music.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

New London Musical Mandela Ends Run February 4 by Andrew Gans

Hamilton's Michael Luwoye stars as the anti-apartheid activist with Danielle Fiamanya as Winnie Mandela.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

Darren Lee and Helen George Are The King and I in U.K. Tour Beginning February 4 by Andrew Gans

Bartlett Sher again directs the Rodgers and Hammerstein classic, which launches in Canterbury.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:18AM

IMPRESSIONS: Germany’s tanzmainz Performs Sharon Eyal’s Award-Winning "Soul Chain" at The Joyce by The Dance Enthusiast

In IMPRESSIONS: Germany’s tanzmainz Performs Sharon Eyal’s Award-Winning "Soul Chain" at The Joyce : "Israeli choreographer Sharon Eyal’s daunting Soul Chain, a 55-minute, large-ensemb…

SOURCE: Dance Enthusiast at 12:00AM

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