Friday, August 23, 2019

Moulin Rouge! The Musical Sets Digital Release Date for Original Cast Album by Andy Lefkowitz

The highly anticipated cast album for Broadway's sparkling new musical Moulin Rouge! has scheduled a digital release date of August 30. The cast recording will be available via all digital a…

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Bullying the Broadway Community by Mo Brady

by Mo Brady and Angela Tricarico Lara Spencer The theater comm…

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Industry Editor Exclusive: Filming a Broadway Show From Your Seat - Is It Ever Allowed?

Last week, many fans who couldn't fit in the theater got to enjoy part of the final performance of THE PROM courtesy of Beth Leavel's personal publicist. Lisa Goldberg, founder of her own LS…

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Thursday, August 22, 2019

People You Should Know . . . Claudia Corrieri by Zack Calhoon

(Photo by David Urbanke) Claudia Corrieri is an artist based in New York, an alumni of University of the Arts London, Central Saint Martins and Chelsea College of Art (Foundation &…

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Mauricio Martinez Talks His Upcoming 54 Below Concert & 'Defending His Flags' by Caitlin Moynihan

Mauricio Martinez is known for his leading turn in Broadway's On Your Feet! and taking the musical on the road as well as his work on Mexican TV, and this month he's bringing his story to th…

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Simon Munnery review – Alan Parker goes to war with the modern world by Paul Fleckney

The Stand, EdinburghThe big-thinking leftie is revived for the age of climate change and Corbyn – but is he still as radical as he once was? The last time Simon Munnery was doing his Alan …

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Cast announced for MUSHY: Lyrically Speaking at the Arcola Theatre

A new rap-infused play entitled MUSHY: Lyrically Speaking is set to run at the Arcola Theatre in Hackney for a strictly-limited, six-performance run from 1 October through 5 October 2019. …

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#TBT: 2013's HBO Documentary Six By Sondheim by JK

This week's #TBT is likely a true throwback to most of you, as it should be for real theater fans. Sadly, it is all new to me. Somehow, the Peabody Award-winning HBO Documentary: Six by Son…

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Wednesday, August 21, 2019

Learn About Jeremy O. Harris' Acclaimed Work Slave Play by

Slave Play follows the lives of six people living on the MacGregor Plantation, where fear and desire intertwine in the shadow of the Master’s House.

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How’s The Six-Year-Old Who Got Thrown Off The Tate Modern Viewing Deck? Awful, But Stable by Artsjournal1

The parents of the boy, who had brought him from France to London on holiday, say that the full extent of his injuries is still uncertain, but that he suffered broken bones in the back, arms…

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Stephen Fry's Mythos review – a head-spinning marathon of legends by Mark Fisher

Festival theatre, EdinburghThe avuncular storytelling sage leavens seven-and-a-half-hours of myth-recounting with boyish enthusiasm and silly voices Stephen Fry is lying prostrate on the st…

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Six Begins at American Repertory Theatre in New England by Dan Meyer

The musical re-imagining of Henry VIII’s wives begins August 21 at the Cambridge, Massachusetts, venue.

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Tuesday, August 20, 2019

UK Museum Attendance Up Six Percent After A Couple Down Years by Artsjournal

Attendance dropped by 1% in both 2017 and 2016, and by 0.5% in 2015. But new figures from the national tourism agency show a decisive turnaround, with attendance across 444 museums and art g…

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The Doctor, Almeida Theatre review - Robert Icke's long goodbye by Aleks.sierz

Juliet Stevenson is brilliant in an ethical debate that is both thrilling and challenging After six years, associate director Robert Icke bids farewell to the Almeida Theatre. In this time h…

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Jordin Sparks Sets Broadway Return as Jenna in Waitress by Andy Lefkowitz

Almost a decade after her 2010 Broadway debut in In the Heights, multi-platinum recording artist Jordin Sparks will head back to Broadway next month, taking over the lead role of Jenna in Wa…

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David Edgar: I once swore never to return to the fringe – 47 years on I’m back by David Edgar

So, I thought I’d done my time. Over six consecutive years I participated in 15 Edinburgh Fringe shows, as actor, director and

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Monday, August 19, 2019

The Weirdly Compelling Time-Lapse Video Of Milwaukee Construction Crews Moving A Symphony Wall by Artsjournal2

No, really, go watch the crews move the wall – moved so more musicians could eventually fit on the stage-to-be – and enjoy: “It took about six hours for construction crews to move a se…

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The Director Happily Tackling Six Hours Of Shaw by Artsjournal2

Kimberley Rampersad was a dancer who started to sense that dance jobs would dry up – and it was time to move into directing. Now, she’s got Man and Superman, all six hours of it, on her …

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Jessie Mueller, Jarrod Spector, Rob McClure & More Take Part in Reading of Barry Manilow's HARMONY

Barry Manilow's Harmony is coming to NYC next year, but before it reaches the stage, the show has received a private reading. According to Page Six, a reading was held last week a Sardi's fe…

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Sunday, August 18, 2019

A Day In the Life Of A Six-Foot-Tall Munchkin by Angela Tricarico

by Kaleb Van Rijswijck Kaleb Van Rijswijck A Theater for Young…

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‘Entertaining & thought-provoking bite-sized stories’: Our Walk Through the World – The Water Rats by Stephanie Ressort

Our Walk Through the World is a collection of six sharply written, short plays by Ross Howard that highlight some of the absurdities of modern life.

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Saturday, August 17, 2019

Jessica Fostekew review – punchy polemic about gender stereotyping by Brian Logan

Monkey Barrel Comedy, Edinburgh The standup rails against old-fashioned ideals of femininity, the diet industry and society’s policing of women’s bodies. It’s strong stuff. Who decides…

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Friday, August 16, 2019

Marsha Mason on Starring in Little Gem, Her Race Car Driver Days and More by Caitlin Moynihan

Four-time Oscar nominee Marsha Mason is back on stage appearing in Little Gem at the Irish Repertory Theatre, and she recently stopped by's #LiveAtFive to talk all about it. "Th…

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Broadway by the Bay’s ‘Sister Act’ full of nostalgia, terrific acting by Joanne Engelhardt

Broadway by the Bay’s production, which has only six more performances, is a perfect way to spend a summer evening.

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Fox-Tot! review at Magnusson Theatre, Edinburgh Academy – ‘exuberant chaos’ by Eleanor Turney

This is Scottish Opera’s second show for babies; after the huge success of BambinO for six to 18-month-olds, Fot-Tot! is aimed at

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‘I Love Staring At One Spot For Six Hours!’ Life-Drawing Models On The Trials And Joys Of Posing Nude For Art Students by Artsjournal1

The person who gave that quote actually meant it. Tim Jonze talks to three professional figure models about the worst and best parts of their jobs. – The Guardian

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Owner Of Pulse Nightclub Wants To Put Up Museum To Massacre There. Survivors Are Not Having It by Artsjournal1

Says one who was wounded in the 2016 shooting, “They’re talking about a theme-park environment where you buy memorabilia.” Of the club’s owner, who runs a foundation (which pays her …

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Photo Coverage: Casts of TOOTSIE, MEAN GIRLS and More Sing Out in Bryant Park!

Broadway in Bryant Park is back! 106.7 LITE FM's popular series brought the best of Broadway and Off-Broadway together for FREE performances, for six consecutive weeks, concluding yesterday,…

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A cat was the first Queen Of The Mist and other facts unbeknownst to many

This unbelievable true story had audiences remarked after its UK premiere at Jack Studio Theatre, and following its successful run comes a transfer to London’s Charing Cross Theatre. Thi…

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Tales of the Turntable review – a musical magical history tour by Lyndsey Winship

Queen Elizabeth Hall, LondonThe terrific teenage dancers of ZooNation’s youth company crank up a gramophone time machine and zip through styles from Charleston to hip-hop It’s massively …

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& Juliet rehearsals sneak peek and cast Q&A

With the likes of SIX dominating not just the West End but the world, it’s safe to say girl power is more in now than it was during the 90s at the height of the Spice Girls’ reign. Get …

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