Thursday, October 20, 2016 Culturalist Challenge! Rank Your Top 10 Fave Performances from Fox's Rocky Horror Picture Show by Lindsey Sullivan

The staff is crazy for Culturalist, the website that lets you choose and create your own top 10 lists. Every week, we’re challenging you with a new Broadway-themed topic t…

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American Dream! Alistair Brammer Will Play Chris in Miss Saigon on Broadway by Imogen Lloyd Webber

The heat is on for Alistair Brammer, who will reprise his West End performance as the young American GI Chris in the Miss Saigon revival. Directed by Laurence Connor, Boublil and Schönb…

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Audra McDonald & Will Swenson Welcome Baby Girl: 'Our Hearts are Bursting' by

The new addition to Eggfartopia has arrived! Six-time Tony winner Audra McDonald and her hubby Will Swenson have welcomed a baby girl to their family. Named Sally James McDonald-Swenson, she…

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How we made: The Rocky Horror Picture Show by Interviews By Kate Abbott

Writer and actor Richard O'Brien and composer Richard Hartley remember how three weeks at the Royal Court turned into a gender-bending 20th Century Fox extravaganzaI'd been in Jesus Christ S…

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Wednesday, October 19, 2016

God Bless America! Watch Laura Benanti Reprise Her Melania Trump Impression by Lindsey Sullivan

We're always with Laura Benanti! The Tony winner reprised one of her most beloved roles on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert on October 18: Melania Trump. She had some choice words for …

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Monday, October 17, 2016

The Theater People Podcast Welcomes Broadway Favorite Jay Armstrong Johnson by Theater People Podcast

On Monday, October 17 theTheater Peoplepodcast welcome's Broadway favorite Jay Armstrong Johnson. Armstrong made his Broadway debut in 2009 in HAIR. He next stood-by for Aaron Tveit in CATCH…

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All About Bette Davis Vs. Joan Crawford: The Ultimate 'Feud' by Jesse Steinbach

Michael MustoTelevisionbroadwayTheater & DanceNightliferyan murphyMichael MustoWhen I heard that Ryan Murphy’s upcoming FX series called Feud—about rivetingly bitter real-life rifts…

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Saturday, October 15, 2016

Sarah Lamb: blood on the bars by Judith Mackrell

For some ballerinas, being laid up with a serious foot injury can end a career. But not Sarah Lamb. Judith Mackrell talks misogyny, politics and heavy-lifting with the Boston-born power…

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A Laughing Matter: ‘Chris Gethard: Career Suicide’ by Matthew Wexler

by Samuel L. Leiter Imagine a nerdy, standup comic who wears horn-rimmed glasses, is slight of build, has a tuft of hair, and whose material stems from personal issues of depression, self-wo…

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Dudamel's Stravinsky Opens Season at Carnegie Hall by Rachel Corbett

Carnegie Hall’s fall season kicked off to an ebullient start last week with a gala performance of Igor Stravinsky’s The Rite of Spring, played by Venezuela’s Simón Bolívar Symphony O…

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Friday, October 14, 2016

Opera Atelier lets its hair down for Dido and Aeneas by Trish Crawford

Baroque company's Dido and Aeneas will be a "stripped down" version of the Purcell opera.

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Thursday, October 13, 2016

Review: ‘DEMO by Damian Woetzel: Heroes’ at The Kennedy Center by Carolyn Kelemen

The New York City Ballet’s “main man” for 25 years, Damian Woetzel is a hero to many, certainly one of my favorite dancers. Dressed in stylish jeans and midnight blue t-shirt, his dark…

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Tuesday, October 11, 2016

Q&A With Kyle Riabko: How Bacharach Captivated a Canadian Blues Rocker by Patrick Pacheco

There wasn’t a lot of Burt Bacharach on the jukebox in Bud’s on Broadway, a blues bar in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, a favorite hangout of local Kyle Riabko, a musician who gravitated to Er…

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Bon Jovi Reveals ‘This House Is Not for Sale’ Album by Mark Beech

Jon Bon Jovi pauses, close to the end of his concert to unveil his new album. He tells us that he still has “something to say.” Pause. “And nothing to prove.”His band’s 14th studio…

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Monday, October 10, 2016

'Oh, Hello on Broadway' review: Jokes as messy as his hair

Oh, dear, what's "Oh, Hello on Broadway" doing on Broadway?

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Friday, October 7, 2016

CELEBRATION • New Line Theatre by Andrea

Tom Jones and Harvey Schmidt’s musical is pretty much devoid of any conventional narrative, with roots that reach back to ancient ritual and the winter solstice -- the planet’s shortest …

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Tonight and Tomorrow on TCM: More Classic Horror by Trav S.D.

As always, TCM is bringing much classic horror to the table all throughout October this month in celebration of Halloween. This is what’s on the menu tonight and into tomorrow: 8:00pm …

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Thursday, October 6, 2016

Spotlight On...Michael Thurber by Michael Block

Name:  Michael Thurber Hometown: LaSalle, MIEducation: JuilliardSelect Credits: "Late Show With Stephen Colbert." "Antony and Cleopatra" at The Public Theater.  “Goddess” …

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Wednesday, October 5, 2016

My pubic portrait: the day I posed for a very personal work of art by Stuart Jeffries

In Pube, Eugénie Pastor gives her audience scissors and asks them to donate some pubic hair. Stuart Jeffries gets snippingI part the curtains and enter a tiny room. It’s an intimate, low-…

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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Must Be Somethin' to Fuss About! Jennifer Holliday Begins Performances as Shug Avery in The Color Purple by Lindsey Sullivan

Time to get sharp as a tack with our hair slicked back! A new Shug Avery is comin' to town in the Tony-winning revival of The Color Purple—and she sure do shine. Tony and Grammy wi…

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Monday, October 3, 2016

Brown Modeling Agency Making Modeling Dreams Come True by Rino16

It is a truism that models are born and not made, but there are a series of caveats attached to that statement. Anyone who has viewed an episode of What Not To Wear realizes the importance o…

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GIRLS – Soho Theatre by Laura Kressly

Haleema, Ruhab and Tisana have been friends for their whole lives. Like other girls, they enjoy chatting about celebrities, boys, and their future plans whilst doing each others’ hair.

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Saturday, October 1, 2016

I Interview Playwrights Part 878: Pia Scala-Zankel by Adam Szymkowicz

Pia Scala-Zankel Hometown: Brooklyn, NY Current Town: BROOKLYN Q:  Tell me please about Street Children. A:  I have been working on Street Children for 5 years. The play tak…

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First Look: Grumpy Cat Makes Broadway Debut in CATS! by BroadwayWorld

Last night, internet sensation Grumpy Cat made history on the Great White Way as the first real feline to appear in the Broadway production of Cats, alongside the human actors portraying Gru…

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Briefs encounter: Rambert at 90 by Morwenna Ferrier. Photography: Rick Guest. Styling: Helen Seamons and Melanie Wilkinson

Words: Morwenna Ferrier. Photography: Rick Guest. Styling: Helen Seamons and Melanie WilkinsonKym Sojourna stands in front of the camera, waiting for instruction. Tall and long-legged, she i…

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Special Reports: Facial Hair Tips With the Men of Fiddler on the Roof

Find out how Danny Burstein and the cast of this classic musical keep their faces silky smooth.

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Friday, September 30, 2016

Jay Armstrong Johnson Brings New York Solo Show Home to Fort Worth by BroadwayWorld

KIDS WHO CAREis proud to announce a one-night only performance of alumniJay Armstrong Johnson's personal, eclectic solo concert onFriday, October 21, 2016 at 730 PM. Last seen in New York at…

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Thursday, September 29, 2016

Simon McBurney’s Techno Excursion ‘The Encounter’ Is A Trip: Broadway Review by Jeremy Gerard

With his intense eyes, dimpled chin and thatch of hair, Simon McBurney has a chameleonic look that shifts imperceptibly from innocent to sinister, enchanted to terrified, that will be famili…

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Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Don’t Forget the Lyrics: Rock Musical Edition by Gabriella Steinberg

Rock and Roll! The rock musical genre has been shaking up Broadway since Hair in 1968. How well do you know the lyrics to these rockin’ musicals?

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Tuesday, September 27, 2016

'Nat Turner in Jerusalem' review: Timely but preachy history

"Nat Turner in Jerusalem" takes on the important -- and with the upcoming movie Nate Parker's "The Birth of a Nation" suddenly timely -- 1831 slave revolt with the seriousness deserved by th…

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The Broadwaysted Podcast Welcomes Broadway (M)oron Andrew Kober by Broadwaysted

This week Broadwaysted is thrilled to be sitting down with Andrew Kober, the talented actor from multiple exciting recent revivals- SHE LOVES ME, LES MISERABLES, and HAIR.

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