Saturday, April 21, 2018

THE MODERATE SOPRANO returns; Duke of York’s , WC1 by Libby Purves and Friends

MORE THAN A PICNIC       I could tell you that it is worth going up West for the transfer of Hampstead’s fine play just to see Roger Allam (his fine quiff sadly suppressed under…

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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Royal Opera House operas and ballets screened across UK by Robin Johnson

Audiences across the entire country are invited to bring a blanket, pack a picnic and head to one of the free Royal Opera House BP Big Screens as part of the Royal Opera House’s dazzling s…

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

People You Should Know . . . Chad Anthony Miller by Zack Calhoon

CHAD ANTHONY MILLER is a native of Lubbock, Texas, who has lived in NYC for over twenty years. He has worked professionally on both coasts as an actor, writer, co-producer, and teacher.…

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Monday, February 26, 2018

Review: Picnic at Hanging Rock at the Barbican by Lee Anderson

Vanishing acts: Lee Anderson reviews the stage adaptation of Joan Lindsay's cult novel The post Review: Picnic at Hanging Rock at the Barbican appeared first on Exeunt Magazine.

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Picnic at Hanging Rock, Barbican, London, review: I admired the production's uncompromising clout by Paul Taylor, Paul Taylor

There is no hint of costume-drama nostalgia for the past in this minimalist production - a far cry from the dreamy 1975 Peter Weir film

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‘Curiously admirable’: PICNIC AT HANGING ROCK – Barbican Theatre ★★★ by Carole Woddis

Victoria’s Malthouse Theatre and Black Swan Theatre’s joint production of Picnic at Hanging Rock does have its moments of scariness and there are fine, spirited performances from its qui…

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Friday, February 23, 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock, Barbican, London — an eerie, slippery production

Playwright Tom Wright’s adaptation explores our fascination with this story about missing schoolgirls

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Picnic at Hanging Rock review at Barbican Theatre, London – ‘slippery, fascinating and potent’ by Sam Marlowe

It’s a story so enigmatically compelling that many believe it to be true: the unexplained disappearance, on Valentine’s Day, 1900, of three

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Picnic at Hanging Rock review – mesmerising mystery in the outback by Michael Billington

Barbican, LondonThe myth about a group of schoolgirls who go missing on Valentine’s Day is hauntingly realised by a versatile cast and impressive special effectsI initially assumed, like m…

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock by Arts Review

The horror seems to come once the play begins, but its uneasy tendrils work their way in even as the audience make their way into the space. Zoë Atkinson’s awkwardly-angled set, a dark tr…

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

Review: Stage Door hits its stride in a solid revival of William Inge’s classic “Picnic”  by Jim Farmer

His plays aren’t produced with much regularity these days, but novelist and playwright William Inge left behind a tremendous body of work, including Come Back, Little Sheba, Bus Stop (my p…

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Thursday, February 1, 2018

Picnic at Hanging Rock returns to Malthouse Theatre by Arts Review

Matthew Lutton’s haunting and gothic production of Picnic at Hanging Rock returns to Malthouse Theatre from a hugely successful season in the UK for an encore season in February 2018. Picn…

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Tuesday, January 30, 2018

Interactive Show About Technology Addiction to Embark on UK Tour by BroadwayWorld

Renowned theatre company Wet Picnic present their new production I'd Be Lost Without It. Created with funding from Wellcome Trust, and working with a researcher into technology addictions, t…

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Friday, December 8, 2017

Review: ‘Lookingglass Alice’ at Baltimore Center Stage by Kristopher Zgorski

Throughout December, visitors entering the Baltimore Center Stage lobby will immediately notice the strange goings-on and the Wonderland-like atmosphere bestowed upon the venue. Over to the …

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Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Jennifer Ehle, Kristine Nielsen, Peter Bartlett, Reed Birney and More Sign on for TACT's SALUTE TO THE BRAVE by BroadwayWorld

TACT, The Actors Company Theatre has announced that Jennifer Ehle Oslo -Tony nomination, The Coast of Utopia - Tony Award, Design for Living, The Real Thing - Tony, Theatre World awards, Kri…

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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Jack And Jill Plays - Part 66 - Pinter Watermelon by Adam Szymkowicz

Pinter Watermelon by Adam Szymkowicz (JACK and JILL at a picnic table eating watermelon.  A MAN enters, sits at the picnic table with them.) JILL Um. JACK Hi. (MAN says nothing.) J…

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Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Jennifer Ehle, Kristine Nielsen, Peter Bartlett, Reed Birney and More to Star in SALUTE TO THE BRAVE at TACT by BroadwayWorld

TACT, The Actors Company Theatre has announced that Jennifer Ehle Oslo -Tony nomination, The Coast of Utopia - Tony Award, Design for Living, The Real Thing - Tony, Theatre World awards, Kri…

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Sunday, October 1, 2017

LIZZIE • New Line Theatre by Andrea

Just about everyone is familiar with the infamous story of Lizzie Borden, who went to trial for hacking her father and stepmother to death with a hatchet (or an axe, as the children’s rhym…

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Thursday, September 28, 2017

I Interview Playwrights Part 998: Rae Binstock by Adam Szymkowicz

Rae Binstock Hometown: Cambridge, MA Current Town: Brooklyn, NY Q:  What are you working on now? A:  My latest project is a Top Girls-inspired play about American women from a …

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Tuesday, September 19, 2017

Eugenie Chan Tells the Story

by Sam Hurwitt Playwright Eugenie Chan isn’t just a San Francisco native. Her family’s been here since the Gold Rush. In fact, those early days are the subject of her play Madame Ho, wh…

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Tuesday, August 22, 2017

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'Jaw-Dropping' Episode of This Week's YOUNGER by TV News Desk

On the next episode of YOUNGER titled 'The Incident at Pound Ridge', sparks fly at the annual Empirical Publishing picnic and Liza finds herself caught between Josh and Charles. The 'jaw-dro…

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Thursday, August 17, 2017

VIDEO: Sneak Peek - 'The Incident at Pound Ridge' Episode of YOUNGER by TV News Desk

On the next episode of YOUNGER titled 'The Incident at Pound Ridge' , sparks fly at the annual Empirical Publishing picnic and Liza finds herself caught between Josh and Charles.

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Friday, August 4, 2017

The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant Man by Arts Review

Following the success of Picnic at Hanging Rock, director Matthew Lutton and writer Tom Wright reunite for an adaptation of The Real and Imagined History of the Elephant Man, based on the re…

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Monday, July 10, 2017

Theatre Review: ‘A Midsummer Night’s Dream’ by Baltimore Shakespeare Factory at The Meadow at Johns Hopkins University’s Evergreen Museum & by Genean Hines Grobe

Delight, mischief, frolic, and fun abound at Baltimore Shakespeare Factory’s production of “A Midsummer Night’s Dream!” Intimately staged outdoors, this production is an expe…

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Thursday, July 6, 2017

Heat Wave

by Brad Erickson  Coast to coast, theatre this summer is hitting a nerve. From Julius Caesar in New York City’s Central Park, to Pass Over at Chicago’s Steppenwolf, to the San Fran…

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Thursday, June 29, 2017

Marvin’s Room Review: Dying, and Laughing, and Loving by New York Theater

There’s a story told in “Marvin’s Room” of a young man named Clarence who took a swim during a beachfront picnic, dunking down into the water and popping back up several times, each …

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Tuesday, June 20, 2017

'Picnic' takes us back to long-ago, small-town America by Judith Newmark St. Louis Post-Dispatch

William Inge's drama takes the stage at ACT INC

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Monday, May 1, 2017

Ellen Burstyn, Joe Morton & More Set for the Public's All the President's Men? by Lindsey Sullivan

Casting has been announced for the Public Theater's staged reading of All the President's Men? Ellen Burstyn will take on the role of Senator Elizabeth Warren, Joe Morton i…

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Thursday, April 27, 2017

People You Should Know . . . Amanda Jones by Zack Calhoon

Amanda Jones-New York: Walking Down Broadway at the Mint Theatre; Anais Nin Goes to Hell with Manhattan Theatre Works; Cymbeline with Boomerang Theatre Company; Marie Antoinette: Color of Fl…

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Thursday, April 13, 2017

Interview: Hannah Elless and David T. Patterson on Doing William Inge’s ‘Picnic’ and ‘Come Back, Little Sheba’ in Rep by Jose Solis

The Transport Group’s artistic director Jack Cummings III is revitalizing William Inge classics Picnic and Come Back, Little Sheba by having them performed in rep with an ensemble featurin…

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Tuesday, April 11, 2017

BWW Review: Transport Group Intimately Pairs William Inge's COME BACK, LITTLE SHEBA with PICNIC by Michael Dale

A great difference between the Broadway theatre of today and that of the 1950s, the decade when William Inge emerged as an important American playwright, is that the public couldn't see the …

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