Thursday, July 18, 2019

Check Out These Super Fun Clips of Annie Golden & More in Joe Iconis' Broadway Bounty Hunter by

Watch clips from Joe Iconis' electric new musical comedy about a down-on-her-luck actress ready to become a real-life, Kung Fu-fighting bounty hunter.

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Check Out Footage and Photos of Annie Golden in Off-Broadway's Broadway Bounty Hunter by Nathan Skethway

The new Joe Iconis musical began performances at the Greenwich House Theatre July 9.

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Photo Flash: Jenn Colella Stars In PETER PAN at Pittsburgh CLO

Pittsburgh CLO welcomes both Jenn Colella and Charles Shaughnessy back to the Benedum, as they both starred in previous summer season hits: Jenn as Annie Oakley in 2008's Annie Get Your Gun,…

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BWW TV: Watch Highlights of Annie Golden & Company in BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER

The new musical comedy BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER is now playing its New York Premiere engagement Off-Broadway atGreenwich House Theater (27 Barrow Street). Check out highlights of the cast i…

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Wednesday, July 17, 2019

Photo Flash: First Look at Annie Golden and the Cast of BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER

Get a first look inside the new musical comedy Broadway Bounty Hunter, now playing its New York Premiere engagement Off-Broadway at Greenwich House Theater (27 Barrow Street).

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Tuesday, July 16, 2019

Netflix and King Features Syndicate Announce “The Cuphead Show!” by Blouin Artinfo

Netflix and King Features Syndicate, which is a part of Hearst Entertainment and Syndication jointly announced an all-new animated series “The Cuphead Show!” This show is based on Studio…

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Saturday, July 13, 2019

Tickets Are Now on Sale for Jeremy O. Harris' Slave Play on Broadway by

Tickets are now on sale for playwright Jeremy O. Harris' debut work Slave Play, arriving at Broadway's Golden Theatre this fall on the heels of an acclaimed off-Broadway premiere. Robert O'…

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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Neil Simon Theatre Marquee Lights to Be Dimmed in Memory of Annie Creator Martin Charnin by Andy Lefkowitz

The Broadway League has announced the dimming of the Neil Simon Theatre's marquee lights on July 12 at 7:45pm in memory of Martin Charnin, who passed away on July 6 at age 84. The Neil Simon…

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Marquee Lights At Theatrical Home Of ‘Annie’ To Be Dimmed For Co-Creator Martin Charnin by Greg Evans

The lights at Broadway’s Neil Simon Theatre will be dimmed tomorrow night in memory of Annie lyricist and director Martin Charnin, whose smash musical premiered at the theater in 1977. The…

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Neil Simon Theatre Will Dim Lights for Martin Charnin

The Broadway community mourns the loss of Writer, Composer, Lyricist, Director, and Performer Martin Charnin, who passed away on July 6, 2019 at age 84. To commemorate his life and work, th…

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Broadway's Neil Simon Theatre to Dim Lights for Martin Charnin by Ryan McPhee

The Tony- and Emmy-winning Annie writer died July 6 at 84.

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Martin Charnin obituary by Michael Coveney

Creator of the stage musical Annie, he wrote the lyrics and directed the show when it opened on Broadway in the 1970s While being far more than a one-hit wonder, Martin Charnin, who has died…

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Jeremy O. Harris' Slave Play Will Transfer to Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Slave Play is headed to Broadway. Playwright Jeremy O. Harris' acclaimed debut work, which made its world premiere at off-Broadway's New York Theatre Workshop in 2018, will move to the Gold…

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Wednesday, July 10, 2019

Facetime Interview: Rita Rudner: "Two's A Crowd" at 59E59 Theaters by Adam Rothenberg

Live from New York City, I interview "Lady Ha-Ha" herself, comedian Rita Rudner, about her new ORIGINAL Off-Broadway Musical Comedy Two's A Crowd. From taking risks to room service, Rita &am…

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Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Martin Charnin, Who Won A Tony For ‘Annie’, Dead At 84 by Artsjournal1

“With more than 40 productions to his credit, Charnin penned lyrics for seven Broadway musicals and directed seven shows as well. He won his Tony Award for best original score, with compos…

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Monday, July 8, 2019

Martin Charnin, Who Helped Create ‘Annie,’ Dies at 84 by Richard Sandomir

He turned the comic strip “Little Orphan Annie” into a long-running Broadway musical and wrote the memorable lyrics to a score that included “Tomorrow.”

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Martin Charnin, Tony-winning ‘Annie’ lyricist who was active in Seattle-area musical-theater scene, dies at 84 by The Associated Press and Misha Berson

Martin Charnin, who won a Tony Award for the score of the Broadway hit “Annie,” and who lived in Issaquah during the 2000s when he became active in the Seattle theater scene, died Saturd…

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Martin Charnin, Tony-Winning Creator of Annie, Dies at 84 by Beth Stevens

Martin Charnin, the Tony-winning creator of Annie, died on July 6 in White Plains, New York after suffering a heart attack three days earlier. He was 84. His daughter confirmed the news on F…

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Today, we pay respects to the man who gave us Tomorrow, Mr. Martin Charnin.

I loved Annie. Not just the musical.  I’m talking about Annie herself. Her name was A***** L*******, and she was the star of our local community theater production of the cartoon-turned-m…

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BROADWAY BOUNTY HUNTER's Christina Sajous Takes Over Instagram Tomorrow!

You ready hunters? Broadway Bounty Hunter's Christina Sajous is taking over BroadwayWorld's Instagram Story tomorrow, July 9th! Be sure to tune in throughout the day for a behind-the-scen…

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Sunday, July 7, 2019

Martin Charnin, creator of beloved Annie musical, dies at 84 by Rachel Yang

Martin Charnin, who created and directed the first production of the iconic Broadway musical Annie, has died. He was 84. Charnin’s daughter Sasha confirmed the news in a Facebook post on S…

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Martin Charnin Dies: ‘Annie’ Creator, Director And Lyricist Was 84 by Bruce Haring

Martin Charnin, best known for creating and directing the Broadway musical Annie, has died at 84. The Tony-winning lyricist, writer and librettist suffered a heart attack on Wednesday, accor…

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Martin Charnin, Tony-Winning Annie Lyricist, Dies at 84 by Ryan McPhee

Mr. Charnin’s varied theatre career also spanned performing (including in the original West Side Story) and directing.

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Broadway Mourns Tony Winner Martin Charnin, 85, Co-Creator and Lyricist for “Annie,” Got His Start Acting in the Original “West Side Story” by Roger Friedman

Martin Charnin, 85, the co-creator and lyricist for “Annie,” has died. His daughter posted a notice to Instagram over night. Charnin and

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Martin Charnin, Lyricist and Director Best Known For ANNIE, Dies at 84

BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of Martin Charnin, Broadway lyricist and director. The news was reported on Facebook, by Charnin's daughter, Sasha. Charnin was 84.

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Betty Buckley & Donald Margulies by John Simon

There are two ways to be an actor—either to disappear into the role, or to let the role come to you. In other words, to be a modest interpreter or an overwhelming personality. In still oth…

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Tuesday, July 2, 2019

Call Redialed: NEW John Tartaglia Interview: "Mamma Mia!" at Bucks County Playhouse by Adam Rothenberg

Ever since I saw Tony nominee John Tartaglia originate the role of “Princeton/Rod” in Broadway’s Tony Award winning musical Avenue Q, I have been a fan of his. In the years following A…

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Sunday, June 30, 2019

Dave Malloy’s A Cappella Musical Octet Ends Extended Off-Broadway Run June 30 by Playbill Staff

The world-premiere production, directed by Annie Tippe, hails from Signature Theatre.

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Friday, June 28, 2019

***** ‘THEATRE FOR ONE’ (REVIEW PICK, IE) by Robert Shuman

(Peter Crawley’s article appeared in The Irish Times, 6/25.) Thought-provoking theatre where the audience is just you Review: Theatre for One’s six microplays are bracing, intimate-as-a-…

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I Interview Playwrights Part 1055: Aaron Ricciardi by Adam Szymkowicz

Aaron Ricciardi Hometown:  Coral Springs, Florida. Current Town:  New York CityQ:  What are you working on now?A:  I just finished my MFA in Playwriting at Indiana University, where I st…

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