Monday, June 27, 2016 at noon (Broadway Time)
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Production Availability at the Cornservatory by Bt

Corn Productions is located at 4210 N. Lincoln avenue and has availability from Nov 1st - Dec. 3rd. Corn is easily accessible by the Brown Line and there is ample parking in the neighborhoo…

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We Celebrate the Rockettes' Summer Extravaganza New York Spectacular by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The Rockettes are back at Radio City Music Hall for a summer stint in New York Spectacular. The new show, penned by Douglas Carter Beane and directed and choreographed by Mia Michaels, follo…

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VIDEO: First Look - Baz Luhrmann's Music-Driven Drama THE GET DOWN by TV News Desk

Part-one of the series will premiere globally Friday, August 12, 2016 at 1201am PT. Today, the streaming service shared a first look at the highly anticipated series on Twitter. Check it out…

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Tickets Now On Sale for Lewis Black's Return to Broadway by Broadway.com

Grammy-winning stand-up comedian Lewis Black is coming back to Broadway! Tickets are now available for his latest show, Lewis Black: Black to the Future, which will play a limited engagement…

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Want to see HAMILTON with Hillary Clinton? Us too.  Enter now for a chance to win a free flight, hotel, and two tickets to see Hamilton in New York in July.  

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Evita at Olney Theatre Center (review) by Susan Galbraith

 As the story goes, when composer Andrew Lloyd Webber first sent his original recording of the Evita songs to Hal Prince to get the producer involved, Prince responded, “Any musical that …

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 11am (Broadway Time)
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Connecticut Rep Names Michael Bradford Its New Artistic Director by American Theatre Editors

A playwright and teacher, Bradford succeeds Vincent J. Cardinal at the helm of both CRT and UConn's Dramatic Arts.

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AUDIO: Tim Rice Revising FROM HERE TO ETERNITY For North American Premiere by Michael Dale

Based on James Joyce's 1951 wartime novel that inspired the Academy Award-winning film, the creators are making revisions from the musical's 2013 West End production.

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Lesli Margherita & PJ Griffith to Lead A SCYTHE OF TIME at NYMF by BroadwayWorld

The new musical, A SCYTHE OF TIME will be presented as part of the New York Musical Theatre festival at the June Havoc Theatre 312 W 36th Street. A Scythe of Time is written by Alan Harris w…

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Lea Salonga Will Return to Feinstein's/54 Below for Record-Breaking Run by BroadwayWorld

After a sold-out engagement in April 2016, Lea Salonga returns to Feinstein's54 Below with an encore of the show that Stephen Holden of The New York Times called 'one of the year's most sati…

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BWW TV Exclusive: CUTTING-EDGE COMPOSERS CORNER- Arielle Jacobs Sings Abramovitz & Alexander's 'Put Me to Work' by BroadwayWorld TV

Wicked's Arielle Jacobs Sings 'Put Me to Work' by Jill Abramovitz and Brad Alexander from their new musical Bread and Roses. Catch it at NYMF this summer

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BWW Seeks Editor to Head up Our NYC Cabaret Division by BroadwayWorld

BroadwayWorld.com is currently seeking talented writers and Cabaret enthusiasts to help expand our coverage in New York City.

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See Diane Lane in the Poster for The Cherry Orchard by Olivia Clement

The Oscar nominee is returning to Broadway to star in a new adaptation of Chekhov’s classic play.

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Disputes set aside as work begins on Stockton Globe Theatre five years later than planned by David Hutchison

Restoration of Stockton’s disused Globe Theatre has started after a lengthy delay, caused by disagreements between the building’s owner and the local

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“Hamilton” Filming with Original Cast Began Yesterday, Continues Through Tomorrow by Roger Friedman

EXCLUSIVE Lucky theatergoers who had tickets for “Hamilton” yesterday and for tomorrow night will be part of history. The 11 time Tony Categories: Featured Theater(Read more..…

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Star Wars: The Fork Awakens dining experience leaves sour taste in customers’ mouths by Matthew Hemley

An immersive Star Wars-themed dining experience has come under fire from angry customers, who fear they will be left out of pocket

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FGM survivors on Cuttin' It: 'I remember that smell of disinfectant too' by Interviews By Emine Saner

Cuttin’ It is a play about British Somali girls and female genital mutilation. Three women who have been cut give their verdicts• Cuttin’ It – streetwise drama evolves into fierce FG…

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David Babani denies Sheridan Smith was drunk on stage in Funny Girl by David Hutchison

Menier Chocolate Factory artistic director David Babani has denied Sheridan Smith was drunk on stage during the West End run of Funny

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History of Channel 4 to be penned by The Stage columnist Maggie Brown by Georgia Snow

Journalist Maggie Brown is to write a new book on the recent history of Channel 4. Brown, who is a columnist for

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Can classical music reach a new audience through unlikely venues? by Colin Eatock, Special To National Post

'It’s an engagement strategy based on the idea that context matters – that an arrestingly unusual venue can alter the way a classical concert is perceived'

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Photos: In pictures: Into The Woods rehearsals

The production opens at the Menier Chocolate Factory in July

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An a Cappella Musical, ‘In Transit,’ Is Coming to Broadway by Joshua Barone

The musical’s writing team includes Kristen Anderson-Lopez, one of the songwriters behind the Disney movie “Frozen.”

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Miranda Sings' Netflix Series Sets October Launch by Robert Viagas

Haters Back Off may provide longed-for fame for the YouTube sensation.

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James Earl Jones & More Join Santino Fontana, Skylar Astin for Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater at City Center by Ryan McPhee

Stage and screen legend James Earl Jones has joined the cast of God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater as part of New York City Center Encores!’ Off-Center series. The roster also includes the p…

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James Earl Jones, Rebecca Naomi Jones, Kate Wetherhead & More Join Cast of Encores! Off-Center's GOD BLESS YOU, MR. ROSEWATER by BroadwayWorld

New York City Center today announced casting for the Encores Off-Center production of Kurt Vonnegut's God Bless You, Mr. Rosewater. The first musical written by the blockbuster team of Howar…

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What Do Critics Think of The Updated New York Spectacular? by Olivia Clement

Led by director and choreographer Mia Michaels, the show opened June 23 at Radio City Music Hall.

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 10am (Broadway Time)
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Fuse New Quick Picks — Berkshire Theater Best Bets by Helen Epstein

Two fine new plays that create deeply absorbing drama from newspaper stories in the headlines.

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Capital Fringe Preview #24: ‘The House of Yes’ by JP Sisneros by Guest Author

November 17th, 1983 Dear Capital Fringe: Hello Capital Fringe, I do hope you are doing well, as I am doing just fantastic. Well, I am reaching out to you to inquire about your Thanksgiving. …

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The Second City’s Almost Accurate Guide to America (review) by Kelly McCorkendale

Mountain Dew. Hulk Hogan. Stuffed crust pizza. These. These things make America great. At least according to The Second City. It’s a sad list, but luckily the open secret here is that The …

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HAMILTON Coming to Cleveland During 2017-18 Season by BroadwayWorld

Producer Jeffrey Seller and Playhouse Square are thrilled to announce the national tour of Hamilton will be coming to Cleveland as part of the 2017-18 KeyBank Broadway Series. Information re…

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Anahid Ajemian: In Memoriam by Matthew Snyder, Archivist, Special Collections

A flyer advertising Anahid Ajemian’s debut recital at Town Hall on November 19th, 1946. The violinist Anahid Ajemian, who dedicated her artistic life to performing and fostering new music…

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Theatre News: Top 5 theatre openings this week: 27 June - 3 July

Timothy West reprises his role as King Lear and Rebel Wilson makes her West End debut

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Theatre News: National Youth Theatre presents season of new writing at Finborough Theatre

Three world premieres will run at the west London venue throughout August

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In Transit, an A Cappella Musical from Kristen Anderson-Lopez & More, Will Travel to Broadway by Ryan McPhee

The sounds of New York are heading to the Broadway stage sans orchestra. In Transit, an a cappella musical from Frozen scribe Kristen Anderson-Lopez, James-Allen Ford, Russ Kaplan and Sarah …

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Subway musical ‘In Transit’ to emerge on Broadway this fall by Mark Kennedy | ap

“In Transit,” a long-gestating, a cappella romantic comedy set in the New York City subway, has found the express train to Broadway.

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Coney Island Mermaids: 1996-2016 by Trav S.D.

Filed under: BROOKLYN, Coney Island, PLUGS, Summer Solstice/ Mermaid Parade, VISUAL ART Tagged: BROOKLYN, Coney Island, Luke Ratray, Mermaid Parade, photography, Urban Folk Art Gallery

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Breaking News: A Cappella Musical IN TRANSIT Will Arrive on Broadway This Fall; Kathleen Marshall to Helm by BroadwayWorld

Producer Janet B. Rosen announced today that the new musical In Transit will premiere on Broadway in Fall 2016 at Circle in the Square Theatre 235 West 50th Street. With a book, music and ly…

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Broadway’s First A Capella Musical ‘In Transit’ Sets Fall 2016 Debut by Greg Evans

With an a capella score being billed as a Broadway first and involvement from some of the talents behind Hollywood’s Frozen and Pitch Perfect, the new musical In Transit is heading for…

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Capital Fringe Preview #23: ‘Glacier’ at MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet by Guest Author

 DANCING CLIMATE CHANGE: Merging Ballet, Science, and Film in MOVEIUS Contemporary Ballet’s “GLACIER” at the 2016 Capital Fringe Festival This groundbreaking, multimedia production pu…

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Theater News: In Transit, Written by Frozen Scribe Kristen Anderson-Lopez, to Have Broadway Premiere

Grab your MetroCards and follow the tracks to this show's Broadway premiere.

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A Cappella Musical In Transit Will Play Broadway’s Circle in the Square by Andrew Gans

Kathleen Marshall directs and choreographs.

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 9am (Broadway Time)
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Fuse Film Review: “Therapy for a Vampire” — Freudian Bloodsucking by Arts Fuse Editor

There is plenty of comedy in this horror film: think A Midsummer Night’s Dream meets I Love Lucy.

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BWW Contest: Win Two Tickets to AN ACT OF GOD on Broadway! by Bww Contests

BroadwayWorld is giving one of our lucky readers a chance to win two tickets to AN ACT OF GOD starring Sean Hayes on Broadway The contest winner will get two tickets to be claimed for a perf…

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STAGE TUBE: On This Day for 6/27/16 - PAL JOEY by Stage Tube

Today in 1976, the second Broadway revival of Pal Joey opened at the Circle in the SquareTheatre, where it ran for 73 performances. Pal Joey is a musical with a book by John O'Hara from his …

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Exclusive Podcast: LITTLE KNOWN FACTS with Ilana Levine- featuring Reed Birney by Little Known Facts W/ Ilana Levine

BroadwayWorld has teamed up with Broadway alum Ilana Levine, who makes her entrance onto the podcast stage with her new show Little Known Facts. Ilana's unique brand of celebrity interview, …

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Sean Hayes & Megan Hilty Reunite During AN ACT OF GOD Performance by BroadwayWorld

Former SMASH and SEAN SAVES THE WORLD co-stars Sean Hayes and Megan Hilty reunited during a recent performance of Broadway's hit comedy, AN ACT OF GOD.

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Chester Tuffnut review – woodland puppet drama for little adventurers by Miriam Gillinson

Polka theatre, LondonThis children’s show is boosted by a beautiful set design and imaginatively realised creatures, including a couple of sock-snailsI’m no expert in woodland creatures …

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Artists are in shock after the vote, but we need them now more than ever | Charlotte Higgins by Charlotte Higgins

In the years to come, artists and intellectuals will venture across the rift to interpret the two halves of our divided kingdom to one other“We had a headache,” wrote Philip Pullman on T…

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Review: The Shadow King (Barbican Theatre)

Michael Kantor's production re-imagines King Lear as the leader of an indigenous community

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Tim Rice Comes to Finger Lakes for North American Premiere of FROM HERE TO ETERNITY by BroadwayWorld

Tony, Oscar and Golden Globe award-winning lyricistTim Riceis into Auburn, New York, this summer for the North American premiere of his new musical based on the novel byJames Jones, 'From He…

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VIDEO: Jennifer Hudson Performs 'Purple Rain' in Tribute to Prince on 2016 BET AWARDS by Stage Tube

During last night's 2016 BET AWARDS, Jennifer Hudson joined an all-star roster of artists who paid tribut to the late singer Prince. Below, watch video from her moving performance of the Pr…

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The Theater People Podcast Welcomes L5Y, BULLETS, FROZEN Star Betsy Wolfe by Theater People Podcast

On Monday, June 27th, the Theater People podcast welcomes Broadway favorite Betsy Wolfe. She made her Broadway debut in the 2007 production of 110 IN THE SHADE, and in 2010, she returned to …

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Dick Van Dyke Leads 'Let's Go Fly a Kite' Sing-a-Long in Tribute to Walt Disney by TV News Desk

Song and dance man Dick Van Dyke made an appearance at Chicago's 'Creativity Days' family festival this weekend.

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VIDEO: Tracee Ellis Ross & Anthony Anderson Open 2016 BET AWARDS with HAMILTON Parody by TV News Desk

Hosts Tracee Ellis Ross and Anthony Anderson kicked off last night's 2016 BET AWARDS with a HAMILTON parody

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TWITTER WATCH: HAMILTON's Leslie Odom, Jr. Taking Part In Filming; Began Sunday by Michael Dale

Filming of the Tony-winning smash began at Sunday's matinee and will continue on Tuesday.

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Careers Clinic: What outdoor show should we perform? by John Byrne

I get involved in the same conversation every summer: ‘How can we make the best of the long bright evenings before they

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 8am (Broadway Time)
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REVIEW: Gordon Watson is ‘The Extraordinary Collector’ on the BBC by Robert Michael Poole

“For the country’s super wealthy, there’s only one may to turn to, when it comes to good taste.” And that man is Gordon Watson, according to the BBC series “The Extraordinary Colle…

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Fuse Book Review: A. B. Yehoshua’s “The Extra” — A Genius for Dissecting Family Matters by Roberta Silman

This canny writer is concerned with the kind of complicated family relationships that engaged his Jewish literary forebears.

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Fuse Commentary: Critical Injury at the “Boston Globe” by Bill Marx

The Globe tells us that we will be gaining compelling stories. What are we losing? Invitations to think seriously about artistic accomplishment and failure.

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NYT Presents THE FALL, BITCHES and More at London's Finborough Theatre, August by BroadwayWorld

For the first time in its history, the National Youth Theatre NYT will present a season of new writing at London's Finborough Theatre throughout August. The season is to include three world …

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Avant Bard announces its 2016-2017 season by Tim Treanor

The Arlington-based WSC Avant Bard announced today that it will devote its upcoming three-play season to the kind of theater for which it is best known: original spins on classic plays. The …

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Much Ado About Nothing review – shades of The Prisoner in surreal comedy by Alfred Hickling

Theatr Clwyd, Mold With a chequerboard lawn, Italianate follies and an audience on garden chairs, Shakespeare’s play is given a Portmeirion-style designTamara Harvey has stated that she wa…

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Shadow culture secretary Maria Eagle resigns by Georgia Snow

Shadow culture secretary Maria Eagle has resigned, becoming the 18th politician to depart the shadow cabinet in the past 48 hours. Eagle’s

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Post-Play Palaver: ‘Next to Normal’ at The Keegan Theatre by John Stoltenberg

Post-Play Palaver is an occasional series of conversations between DCMetroTheater Arts writers who saw the same performance, got really into talking about it, and decided to continue their e…

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 7am (Broadway Time)
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P.P.C. by Terry Teachout

It’s already been a wildly busy year, and I just covered a back-to-back pair of out-of-town shows at Chicago’s Writers Theatre and the Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival. Not wanting to …

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BWW's On This Day - June 27, 2016

Here are the Broadway, Off-Broadway and West End shows which opened on June 27 along with all of the upcoming show openings, closings and special events

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Broadway AM Report, 6/27/2016 - Jimmy Awards, 'LITTLE SHOP' Reunion and More! by Jessica Khan

Today's big news The 2016 Jimmy Awards are tonight, and the original cast of LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS reunites at 54 Below

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True confession by Terry Teachout

Max Beerbohm’s The Happy Hypocrite: A Fairy Tale for Tired Men, written in 1897, is an Oscar Wilde-like fable whose protagonist, Lord George Hell, is a “greedy, destructive, and disobedi…

Linked From ArtsJournal at 07:30AM

LA Dance Project review – Millepied goes for some Balanchine shine by Judith Mackrell

Sadler’s Wells, LondonBenjamin Millepied’s young company asserts itself as a future force in dance with this trilogy loosely linked around the theme of precious stones Related: Benjamin …

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Just because: a rare TV interview with Montgomery Clift by Terry Teachout

Montgomery Clift is interviewed by Hy Gardner on The Hy Gardner Show. This program was originally taped for broadcast on WOR-TV on January 13, 1963. It is believed to be the only television …

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CENTER VIEW: ‘Something Rotten’s’ Rob McClure to Make NYC Solo Concert Debut on Friday [VIDEO] by #cota

Video credit: Stephen Sorokoff On July 1 and 2 at 7pm, Tony Award-nominee Rob McClure heads to Feinstein’s/54 Below with “Smile” — his New York City solo concert debu…

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Through the Mill: The three faces of a one-man woman by Jonathan Baz

As Ray Rackham's Through the Mill prepares to open at  the Southwark Playhouse, Paul Vale takes a look at this play based around Judy Garland and the men she loved.There can be no doubt…

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Almanac: Walter Bagehot on the necessity for leisure by Terry Teachout

“No great work has ever been produced except after a long interval of still and musing meditation.” Walter Bagehot, “Mr. Gladstone”

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Poll: How did you vote in the EU referendum? by The Stage

Last week, the UK voted to leave the European Union, in a move that arts leaders have warned could have ‘catastrophic’ consequences

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 6am (Broadway Time)
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Blogs: Matt Trueman: Why theatre didn't tackle Brexit

Matt Trueman explains how theatre can't be expected to help win elections or reform the law

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BECTU secures 1.75% pay rise for Birmingham Rep staff by David Hutchison

Workers at Birmingham Repertory Theatre have received a 1.75% pay rise after successful negotiations between the venue and backstage union BECTU. The

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Equity councillor Annie Bright steps down after 32 years by Georgia Snow

Annie Bright is stepping down as an Equity councillor after 32 years, having held what is thought to be the longest continuous

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FUNNY GIRL Announces UK Tour in 2017 by Marianka Swain

Hot on the heels of a record-breaking, critically acclaimed West End run, this new production ofFUNNY GIRL embarks on a major national tour in 2017. The five-star production opens at Manches…

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Charlotte Bradford To Perform New Cabaret BOOKS, BIKES AND BOUQUETS at The Pheasantry, July 29 by Robert Gould

Robert Gould reports for BWW on Charlotte Bradford's upcoming cabaret at The Pheasantry.

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BOOK REVIEW: Theatre in Scotland – A Field of Dreams by Thom Dibdin

Invaluable and illuminating: Remarkably consistent in quality and generosity of spirit, Joyce McMillan's Theatre in Scotland – A Field of Dreams, edited by Philip Howard, is vital to a…

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NEWS: Funny Girl launches 2017 UK-wide tour after West End run by Press Releases

Hot on the heels of a record breaking, critically acclaimed West End run this ‘utterly irresistible’ (The Sunday Times) new production of FUNNY GIRL embarks on a major national tour in 2…

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Globe’s ‘Macbeth’ a potent battle zone by James Hebert

Toil and trouble don't simply bubble in the Old Globe’s bracing new staging of “Macbeth”: They detonate like a succession of grenades. Even the words of the play’s famous witches com…

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 5am (Broadway Time)
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Today on Broadway: Monday, June 27, 2016 by James Marino

Listen: @OhHelloShow Moves to Bway! @MrJasonRBrown Directs @SamanthaBarks in #L5Y “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the top theatre headline…

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Theatre News: Funny Girl to embark on national tour in 2017

The hit production will open in Manchester in February 2017

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Video: Rebel Wilson on her West End debut

The actress will star in Guys and Dolls from 28 June

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Funny Girl to Launch U.K. Tour in February 2017 by Mark Shenton

But no word yet on who will play the title role.

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Funny Girl to tour in 2017 by Georgia Snow

Funny Girl is to embark on a national tour in 2017. The musical, which is currently running in the West End at

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Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Brings Forward Date That Critics Can Deliver Verdicts by Mark Shenton

The official gala opening will still be July 30.

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Retro Futurismus: New World by Arts Review

Following a sold out premiere season in 2015, legends of 21st century Melbourne cabaret and circus, Anni and Maude Davey return to fortyfivedownstairs with the next instalment of Retro Futur…

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NEWS: Theatre503 announces four new plays in autumn season by Emma Clarendon

The theatre has confirmed its autumn season will feature four newly written works, running from 8 August 2016 all the way through to 7 January 2017. Theatre503’s new season of work will co…

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Who needs fake blood? Eye-catching ways to play dead on stage by Lyn Gardner

Theatre has found all sorts of lively ways to represent death – it’s been done with butchered cabbages and even bright pink blancmangeBugsy is back in town. I mean Bugsy Malone, Sean Hol…

Linked From The Guardian at 05:10AM

Backstage: Come rain or shine, the show must go on by Nick Smurthwaite

The best advice Robert Atkins could offer his successor David Conville at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre in 1962 was: “Don’t look

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The Green Room: How can we make castings less painful? by Thomas Hescott

Meet our panel: We have given our panellists pen-names and used stock images but their biographies reflect their real career details… Albert

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 4am (Broadway Time)
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INTERVIEW: Spotlight On… CUT’s Hannah Norris by Helen McWilliams

CUT is a 60-minute poetic, intense theatre work to be performed by one woman. It was inspired by Greek sources, the likes of Clytemnestra, Medea, and Atropos of the Three Fates. It’s writt…

Linked From mytheatremates.com at 04:32AM

Guru Dutt, Geeta Dutt, And Unrequited Love When Hindi Cinema Wasn’t Bollywood by Archana Khare-Ghose

The decade of 1950s is widely considered the beginning of the golden era of Hindi cinema, when the industry wasn’t referred to as Bollywood, when love was purer as many of the present gene…

Linked From www.blouinartinfo.com at 04:21AM

Chuk Iwuji on playing Henry VI: 'there's nothing wimpy about him' by Interview By David Jays

From trying out the trapeze to finding his own moral compass, the actor on the challenges of playing Shakespeare’s flawed king in the RSC’s history cycle My older brother died when I was…

Linked From The Guardian at 04:02AM
Monday, June 27, 2016 at 3am (Broadway Time)
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Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: from the Jacques and Natasha Gelman Collection by Arts Review

Exploring the art – and the relationship – of one of art history’s most celebrated couplings, the Art Gallery of New South Wales presents Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera: from th…

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How Financial Statements Are Born by Joe Patti

If you have been in a meeting about the financial status of your organization and are confused about the differences between balance sheet, cash flow statement and income statement when they…

Linked From artshacker.com at 03:00AM
Monday, June 27, 2016 at 2am (Broadway Time)
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Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets by Lyn Gardner

The latest from the brilliant Anthony Neilson opens at the Royal Court, Dundee Rep hosts girls behaving badly, Howard Jacobson relives his Manchester childhood, and the On the Edge festival …

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On the Couch with Jo Darvall by Arts Review

Who is Jo Darvall? An Australian artist who is exhibiting at Sagra Art Gallery, Malvern. What would you do differently to what you do now? I think I would be answering this question not from…

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An Interview with Patrick Garrity of ‘Round About Rocks’ by Marlene Hall

I interviewed Patrick Garrity, who plays rhythm guitar and sings, about his band Round About Rocks, their favorite venue to play in the DC area and how they write their music. The band won H…

Linked From DC Metro Theater Arts at 02:13AM

Mark Shenton’s week: Theatre buildings are changing shape, but that’s no bad thing by Mark Shenton

Last week I chaired a conference for the Theatres Trust on preserving theatres – but this was no dry examination of the

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Julian Woolford: 5 tips for creating theatre by Susan Elkin

Julian Woolford is head of MA, musical theatre and pathway leader for MA Creative Practices and Direction Musical Theatre Creation. He has

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Kylie Walsh: ‘Doing up to 11 shows a day is a crazy schedule’ by Georgia Snow

The Paper Birds co-founder is now performing in verbatim piece Mobile, the second part of the company’s trilogy exploring social mobility. She

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at 1am (Broadway Time)
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Melbourne Cabaret Festival – Kelly Auty: Backwards in High Heels by Arts Review

The title of Kelly Auty: Backwards in High Heels seems to reference a quote on Ginger Rogers doing everything dance partner Fred Astaire did, but with an extra degree of difficulty. The gent…

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Monday, June 27, 2016 at midnight (Broadway Time)
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Hillary Clinton Plans Hamilton Fundraiser by Robert Viagas

The July 12 event will feature the show's new leads.

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Theater News: The National High School Musical Theatre Awards Take the Stage

Tony nominee Zachary Levi hosts the event, also known as the Jimmy Awards.

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Interviews: Estelle Parsons Channels Her Inner Babe in a New Play by Israel Horovitz

The Oscar winner returns to the place where her career first started: the Cherry Lane Theatre.

Linked From TheaterMania at 12:14AM

Video Flash: We Hear Love as Rob McClure Makes Us Smile With a Forum Classic

McClure makes his New York solo concert debut this July.

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Pittsburgh's efforts to fund August Wilson’s promise of vibrant, vital black theater advances by Sharon Eberson / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

It was 20 years ago June 26 that August Wilson delivered the speech “The Ground on Which I Stand,” a rallying cry for the support of African-American theater artists.

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Top Stories You Missed on BWW This Weekend - 6/25-6/26/2016

Hottest Articles on BroadwayWorld.com from this weekend Sunday, June 26, 2016 - Sunday, June 26, 2016.

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Meet the Musical Theatre Stars of Tomorrow by Ruthie Fierberg

Remember the names of these eight nominees for the 2016 National High School Musical Theatre Awards (the Jimmys). They might just be the next Broadway notables.

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What Was The Better Nate Than Never Author’s First (Good) Job? by Olivia Clement

Musical bookwriter Tim Federle shares his “I’ve made it moment” and why Idina Menzel always gets him teary-eyed.

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What’s It Like To Do a Two-Show Day and Be a Teacher? by Hannah Vine

Sally Schwab shows us a day in the life of teaching 10th graders and doing two shows in the The Marvelous Wonderettes.

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The “Jimmy” Awards Finalists Take to the Stage Today by Robert Viagas

High school students from across America are competing on the stage of Broadway's Minskoff Theatre.

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Feinstein’s/54 Below Hosts Little Shop Reunion Tonight by Olivia Clement

Two concerts are bringing together performers from the original production through the Broadway revival.

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