Friday, June 11, 2021

One-man show 'Here Lies Henry' opens Midnight Company season by Calvin Wilson | Post-Dispatch Theater Critic

Joe Hanrahan, who stars in Daniel MacIvor’s "Here Lies Henry," loves the challenge of a one-person show

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Gay-Themed ‘The Hot Wing King’ Wins Pulitzer Prize for Drama by Matthew Wexler

Katori Hall's "The Hot Wing King" has been awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama. "Circle Jerk" by media-theater company Fake Friends was named a finalist. The post Gay-Themed ‘The Hot…

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Online offerings from Keen and LCT, and a virtual ‘In the Heights’ fundraising auction by Deb Miller

Among this weekend’s digital selections are a new audio production of a classic radio play, an archival tape of a past hit filmed live on stage, and an online benefit auction of items from…

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Katori Hall’s ‘The Hot Wing King’ Wins 2021 Pulitzer Prize For Drama by Greg Evans

Katori Hall’s comedy-drama play The Hot Wing King, which was given a world premiere by Off Broadway’s Signature Theatre Company just before the pandemic shutdown, was awarded the 2021 Pu…

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Katori Hall’s ‘The Hot Wing King’ wins Pulitzer Prize for Drama by Caitlin Huston

Katori Hall’s “The Hot Wing King” was awarded the 2021 Pulitzer Prize for Drama Friday. The play, directed by Steve H. Broadnax III, made its world premiere in February 2020 at Signatu…

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‘Worlds Fair Inn’ Review: You Can Check Out Anytime You Like by Alexis Soloski

A lurid story about the serial killer H.H. Holmes gets an absurdist spin at the Axis Theater Company.

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Review: Fighting for the Right to Dance Giselle by Gia Kourlas

Katy Pyle’s company, Ballez, performs “Giselle of Loneliness,” a queer reimagining of the classic at the Joyce Theater.

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Birmingham Royal Ballet: Curated by Carlos review – a kick and a promise from Acosta by Lyndsey Winship

Birmingham Repertory theatreThe artistic director’s first commissions include an ode to the city’s industrial heritage and a swelling take on the climate crisis “Could we trade traditi…

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Review: Godot is a Woman, Pleasance Theatre by Shirley Both

Review: Godot is a Woman, Pleasance Theatre 3.0Overall Score It is 2021 and the company of Silent Faces are still waiting for Godot. But there is just a tiny problem – they are not men. Jo…

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Windmill joins National Performing Arts Partnership Framework by Aussie Theatre

The Chair of Windmill Theatre Company, Bruce Speirs today announced that Windmill Theatre Company will transition to the National Performing

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Indigenous-Intercultural dance company joins national performing arts partnership framework by Aussie Theatre

Marrugeku – Australia’s unique Indigenous and Intercultural Dance company – has joined the new National Performing Arts Partnership Framework (NPAPF).

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Thursday, June 10, 2021

Professional Criminal Producer Garth Drabinsky Returning to Broadway After Prison Stint with “Paradise Square” Musical by Roger Friedman

Scott Rudin is gone but guess who’s back? Actual professional criminal GArth Drabinsky. The Canadian theater producer whose company was called Livent

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ABTKids Daily | Winston Goes to the Warehouse, Episode 4 by American Ballet Theatre

Join ABT Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis student Winston as he explores ABT’s warehouse in Secaucus, NJ and learns about stage flooring! For each set of performances at the Met and elsewhere, t…

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‘Will on the Hill’ asks, ‘What’s the deal with Shakespeare?’ by Sophia Howes

Members of Congress and A-list actors join Shakespeare Theatre Company in fun and frolic for a good cause.

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Theatre Review: ‘Will on the Hill and Far Away’ presented by Shakespeare Theatre Company by Mary Ann Johnson

Insanity was the byword for this year’s “Will on the Hill and Far Away,” by the Shakespeare Theatre Company. With a healthy dose of magic, we lost part of Congress in the mystical land…

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‘Smashing piece of family entertainment’: AIDY THE AWESOME – artsdepot (Online review) by Louise Penn

Commissioned by Curve Leicester, produced by the Gramophones Theatre Company and directed by Hannah Stone, Aidy the Awesome is currently part-way through a digital tour.

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UK’s first all-black, all-female Shakespeare company aim to shine new light on Bard by Lanre Bakare Arts and Culture Correspondent

Mawa Theatre Company hope to make classic works accessible to diverse audiences The team behind the UK’s first all-black, all-female Shakespearean theatre company say it is planning to re-…

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Godot Is a Woman review – cheeky, geeky take on Beckett’s men-only rule by Claire Armitstead

Pleasance, LondonThe playwright only wanted men to perform Waiting for Godot – Silent Faces ask why half the world’s population is excluded in a funny, pop-culture show If you see it thr…

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Atalanta Forever review, Mikron Theatre: Big, bombastic musical about the birth of women’s football by Isobel Lewis

Performed by Mikron Theatre Company, and centring around the short-lived Huddersfield Atalanta Ladies FC, the show really excels in its intricacies

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I Interview Playwrights 1098: Deena MP Ronayne by Adam Szymkowicz

Deena MP Ronayne Hometown: Chelmsford, Massachusetts. The son of my grammar school music teacher was a  background illustrator for The Simpsons and the Springfield town hall on the series …

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RSC completes £8m project to update theatre’s costume department by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

The Guardian given preview of teams making props and costumes for The Comedy of Errors “This is the first time I’ve had natural light in 32 years,” said Alan Smith as he contemplated t…

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Ruben Santiago-Hudson, Mary-Louise Parker, Jesse Tyler Ferguson, More Are Part of Manhattan Theatre Club's Virtual Gala June 10 by Andrew Gans

The free NYC❤MTC: A Virtual Gala for Manhattan Theatre Club celebrates the New York theatre company.

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Wednesday, June 9, 2021

Call Answered: Enzo Zelocchi: The Source, Actor, Producer, Writer, Influencer by Adam Rothenberg

Enzo Zelocchi is an Actor, Producer, Writer, and Influencer. In addition to entertainment, Enzo and I discuss his latest film, The Source, plus how life has changed for him this past year as…

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InStyle Magazine x ABT | "New York, On Pointe" by American Ballet Theatre

ABT is featured in InStyle Magazine's July 2021 Issue! Check out our dancers featured in their video, on the cover, and in their story "Ballet Is Back, Baby" - read the story here: https://w…

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RSC Stitch In Time | Costume Workshop Walk Through with Alistair McArthur by Kathy Eddy

In this video from The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC), RSC Head of Costume Alistair McArthur walks us through the company’s redeveloped and restored costume workshop. Enjoy the tour!

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Irish Rep Announces Summer Season of Streaming Performances

The off-Broadway company offers two news plays and a musical revival for home viewers this summer.

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VITAGRAPH – The birth of the moving picture industry – meticulously researched by Andrew A. Erish by Oscar E Moore

VITAGRAPH, may call to mind but should never be confused with Lucy Ricardo’s VITAMEATAVEGAMIN TV commercial.  Nor should it be mistaken for VITAPHONE, a sound system or BIOGRAPH, a rival …

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Black Swan State Theatre company presents Maali Festival by Aussie Theatre

Over two incredible days of NAIDOC Week, curators Ian Michael (Wilman Nyoongar) and Chloe Ogilvie (Yamatji Nhanda) bring us a

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Tuesday, June 8, 2021

Open Stage Announces 2021-22 Season by American Theatre Editors

The Harrisburg company's 36th season will feature 10 productions, including Jackie Sibblies Drury's Pulitzer-winning 'Fairview.'

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New Plays by Martyna Majok and Aleshea Harris to Run at New York Theatre Workshop

In addition to 2021-22, the off-Broadway company has also announced plans for its 2022-23 season.

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Go Inside the Roundabout Theatre Company's Starry 2021 Gala, Headlined by Jane Krakowski by Caitlin Moynihan

Tony winner Jane Krakowski took center stage at the Roundabout Theatre Company's annual gala on June 7. The night, entitled Curtain Up, Light the Lights!, took place in Central Park and feat…

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