Tuesday, July 23, 2024

Auntie Comes Home In THE FIRST DEEP BREATH At Victory Gardens by BroadwayWorld

From BroadwayWorld's Archive: Victory Gardens Theater continues its 45th Anniversary season with the World Premiere of The First Deep Breath by Lee Edward Colston II and directed by Steve H.…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:32PM

Today on Broadway: Tuesday, July 23, 2024 by Matt Tamanini

‘L5Y’ Finds Its Broadway Home, AEA and Off-Broadway League Reach New Deal, Weird Al Musical in the Works? “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the t…

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM

Must the show go on? Theatre’s plucky motto may be out of step with our times | Arifa Akbar by Arifa Akbar

Stage performances have been disrupted this summer by last-minute delays, cancellations and postponements. Is it just a run of bad luck – or a cultural shift? One theatre audience, already…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 05:06AM
Monday, July 22, 2024

“Reefer Madness” the musical by Pauline Adamek

Did you ever see a show that left your cheeks aching from too much laughter? The smash-hit, home-grown comedy musical Reefer Madness just got extended for another month, so now’s the time …

SOURCE: Arts Beat LA at 11:12PM

Mrs. Doubtfire's Leo Roberts and Giselle Gutierrez | KPIX CBS News Bay Area by Broadwaysf

"It's the home of MRS. DOUBTFIRE... We've been anticipating this for a very long time. This is our 30th venue on this tour and now we're finally landed in San Francisco and the audiences are…

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:53PM

J. Quinton Johnson, Isabelle McCalla, Judy Kuhn, Rebecca Luker & More Get Ready to Cut Loose for Ken by BroadwayWorld

From BroadwayWorld's Archive: The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts will soon presents the Broadway Center Stage production of Footloose. The cast is led by J. Quinton Johnson (…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:12PM

Geoff Isenman Named CEO of Campside Media by Caitlin Huston

Podcast and media executive Geoff Isenman has been named the new CEO of Campside Media, home to the popular podcast franchises, Suspect and Chameleon. With the appointment, Campside co-found…

SOURCE: The Hollywood Reporter at 11:00AM

Sold-out hit Julia returns home to Canberra

The post Sold-out hit Julia returns home to Canberra appeared first on Australian Arts Review.

SOURCE: artsreview.com.au at 12:54AM

“Hollywood, Nebraska,” a Comedy About Coming Home, Published by Dramatists Play Service by Kenneth Jones

Hollywood, Nebraska, the six-actor comedy by Kenneth Jones about two actresses who return to their remote hometown to deal with separate family emergencies, is now published and licensed by …

SOURCE: bykennethjones.com at 12:07AM
Sunday, July 21, 2024

Can you do what you love for a living? — Four Things I Have Learned by Victoria Cairl

Can you do what you love for a living? — Four Things I Have Learned Every day can be a new chapter for the rest of your life.Someone once said, “Love what you do, and it will never…

SOURCE: victoriacairl.medium.com at 08:51AM

Can Connecticut Theaters Be Saved? by Frank Rizzo

The site of the former Long Wharf Theatre By FRANK RIZZO It's Saturday night at the New Haven Food Terminal complex. The park…

SOURCE: ShowRiz at 08:41AM

A Netflix film, statue and a newly discovered first edition: joy at celebrations of Aphra Behn by Vanessa Thorpe

As the career of the pioneering writer is remembered, an 1688 copy of her novel Oroonoko is the cherry on the cake The striking name of the playwright and novelist Aphra Behn, pioneering que…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 05:06AM

Roundabout Theatre Company's Home Completes Broadway Run July 21 by Logan Culwell-Block, Margaret Hall

Tony winner Kenny Leon directs the revival of the Samm-Art Williams play.

SOURCE: Playbill at 12:24AM
Saturday, July 20, 2024

Penelope Wilton: ‘My street cred went up when I did Shaun of the Dead’ by Rich Pelley

The actor, 78, talks about her mean headmistresses, collection of paintings, getting lost in north London and the perks of being a dame I had a ghastly time at school. I was dyslexic, which …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 12:36PM

Interview: Laura Donnelly by BroadwayWorld

From BroadwayWorld's Archive: Laura Donnelly has already won an Olivier Award for her performance as Caitlin Carney in The Ferryman. Could she take home a Tony Award too?

SOURCE: YouTube at 12:24PM

Here are the final 6 cities Sundance could move to in 2027 by Tribune News Service

LOS ANGELES — The Sundance Institute has announced six finalist cities in its search for a host site for the Sundance Film Festival beginning in 2027. Along with the festival's longtime ho…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Friday, July 19, 2024

Unspeakable Conversations review – Liz Carr and Mat Fraser’s straight talk is enthralling by Helen Meany

Mick Lally theatre, GalwayPlaying a disability rights lawyer and the philosopher Peter Singer, as well as themselves, the actors deliver a powerful production A remarkable real-life encounte…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 03:02PM

Everything We Know About Redwood, the Musical Bringing Idina Menzel Home to Broadway by Darryn King and Hayley Levitt

Of the new musicals slated for the 2024-25 Broadway season, Redwood has the greatest air of mystery. It’s a brand-new title with a brand-new score, and not only brings Tony winner Idina Me…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 01:42PM
Thursday, July 18, 2024

HOME at TRT: Spotlight on the Emerging Professionals Program | Two River Theater by Two River Theater

Past and present EMERGING PROFESSIONALS share their love for theater, Red Bank and this highly sought-after professional development program! Our Emerging Professionals are the backbone of o…

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:21PM

The waves of history by Irene Hsiao

The ocean is an obsession for 18-year-old Dontrell Jones III (Blake Dupree) of Baltimore, a high school graduate mere weeks from starting his full ride to Johns Hopkins, with the vastness of…

SOURCE: chicagoreader.com at 02:27PM

2024 Kennedy Center Honors Announced; Honorees Include Francis Ford Coppola and Apollo Theater by Darryn King

The recipients of the 47th Kennedy Center Honors, awarded annually to those in the performing arts for a lifetime of contributions to American culture, were announced on July 18. This year�…

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 01:48PM

Echo review – starry meditation on shapeshifting meaning of home by Kate Wyver

Royal Court theatre, LondonVarious actors, including Adrian Lester and Fiona Shaw, step into playwright Nassim Soleimanpour’s shoes as he reckons with the possibility of never returning to…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 12:06PM

My Variety Review: 'Choice' by Winnie Holzman at the McCarter by Frank Rizzo

Making life-altering decisions is no small matter, especially for the characters in “Choice,” Winnie Holzman’s provocative but imperfect play, which just completed a run at Princeton�…

SOURCE: ShowRiz at 10:46AM

La Vie Secrète des Vieux review – older people reveal the full glory of their sex lives by Chris Wiegand

Chartreuse de Villeneuve, AvignonThere is gallows humour and unzipped ribaldry as a mischievous group share stories that are joyful, tender and sometimes eye-watering Warning! The people in …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 09:54AM

Today on Broadway: Thursday, July 18, 2024 by Matt Tamanini

‘BOOP!’ Finds Broadway Home, Carmello to Lead ‘Kimberly Akimbo,’ Theatre Stars Nominated for 2024 Emmya “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting the…

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM

Rapper Slim 400’s killer sentenced to prison for 2021 shooting by Tribune News Service

LOS ANGELES — A Los Angeles superior court judge sentenced a man to 32 years in prison for killing rapper Slim 400. Born Vincent Cohran Jr., Slim 400 was 33 years old when he was fatally s…

SOURCE: Hartford Courant at 06:00AM
Wednesday, July 17, 2024

Come From Away First Rehearsal by Mirvish Productions

COME FROM AWAY's cast and creative team have begun rehearsals for the return of this beloved musical. This new Canadian production begins a limited engagement in Ottawa in August, before ret…

SOURCE: YouTube at 04:54PM

Mrs. Doubtfire's Maggie Lakis & Rob McClure | KRON4's LIVE! In the Bay by Broadwaysf

"To finally get to bring Mrs. Doubtfire home to San Francisco has been thrilling and the audiences have been showing their love for the story and the iconic character." MRS. DOUBTFIRE co-st…

SOURCE: YouTube at 02:18PM

ToB: Wednesday, July 17, 2024 | Doménica Feraud on ‘Someone Spectacular’ by Matt Tamanini

Idina’s Going Back Home, Jodi Benson Watches Daughter as Ariel, Doménica Feraud Talks ‘Someone Spectacular’ “Today on Broadway” is a daily, Monday through Friday, podcast hitting …

SOURCE: BroadwayRadio at 07:55AM
Tuesday, July 16, 2024

Seattle’s Yun Theatre presents a small story with big, brave ideas by Gemma Wilson

In Yilong Liu’s play "June is the First Fall," a young gay man returns home to Hawaii to try to reconnect with himself and his complicated family.

SOURCE: www.seattletimes.com at 04:00PM

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