Thursday, February 23, 2017

THIS IS READING, Inspired by Lynn Nottage's New Broadway Play SWEAT, to Occupy Franklin Street Railroad Station by BroadwayWorld

Starting this May, This Is Reading, an ambitious site-specific multimedia installation blending live performance and visual media, will occupy the historic Franklin Street Railroad Station i…

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Theater News: Broadway's Sweat Inspires Multimedia Art Installation This Is Reading

Lynn Nottage's new play about economic hardship in Reading, Pennsylvania opens at Studio 54 next month.

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SWEAT-Inspired THIS IS READING Installation Will Occupy Franklin Street Railroad Station by BroadwayWorld

Starting this May,This Is Reading, an ambitious site-specific multimedia installation blending live performance and visual media, will occupy the historicFranklin Street Railroad Stationin D…

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Tuesday, February 21, 2017

Agatha Christie’s ‘Orient Express’ steaming toward B’way? by Michael Riedel

There’s something for everybody on Broadway this spring: comedies (“The Play That Goes Wrong”), dramas (“Sweat”), star vehicles (“War Paint”) and revivals (“Hello, Dolly!…

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Friday, February 17, 2017

BWW TV: What's SWEAT All About? The Broadway-Bound Cast Explains! by Tv - Press Previews

Following a sold out, critically acclaimed engagement at New York's Public Theater,Sweat, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winnerLynn Nottage, directed byKate Whoriskeywill transfer to Broadwa…

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Thursday, February 16, 2017

The Stars of Sweat on Bringing Lynn Nottage's Play to Broadway & Why We Need More Empathy by Broadway.com

Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage's new play Sweat is about to make its Broadway premiere. The stars discuss why this story about the plight of the American working class needs to be to…

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Photo Coverage: SWEAT Company Gets Ready for a Broadway Bow! by Walter McBride

Following a sold out, critically acclaimed engagement at New York's Public Theater, Sweat, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winner Lynn Nottage, directed by Kate Whoriskey will transfer to Bro…

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Photos: Meet the Cast of Sweat by Hannah Vine

The production marks the Broadway debut of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage.

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Broadway-Bound! The Cast of Lynn Nottage's Sweat Meets the Press by Broadway.com

After gaining a lot of buzz off-Broadway, Sweat is poised to begin performances at Studio 54 on March 4. Take a look at the stars as they prep for their Broadway bow!

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FREEZE FRAME: Meet the Cast of SWEAT on Broadway! by Walter McBride

Following a sold out, critically acclaimed engagement at New York's Public Theater,Sweat, the new play by Pulitzer Prize winnerLynn Nottage, directed byKate Whoriskeywill transfer to Broadwa…

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Monday, February 13, 2017

Spotlight On...Max Vernon by Michael Block

Name: Max VernonHometown: New York CityEducation: NYU BA for Gender & Sexuality studies (Gallatin), MFA in Musical Theatre Writing (Tisch)Select Credits: The View UpStairs, KPOP (Ars Nov…

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Friday, February 10, 2017

Spotlight On...Tonya Pinkins by Michael Block

Name: Tonya PinkinsHometown: ChicagoEducation: Carnegie Mellon, Columbia College Chicago, California Western School of Law, Los Angeles Community College Film certificateFavorite Credits: To…

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Thursday, February 9, 2017

New plays on Broadway are already in danger by Michael Riedel

There are plenty of nonmusical plays coming to Broadway this spring, but producers are fretting that few of them are selling. Three of those plays — “Sweat,” “Indecent” and “Sign…

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Monday, February 6, 2017

Cast & Creatives of HAMILTON, GREAT COMET, SWEAT, ANASTASIA and More Set for Drama League's 2017 UpClose Series by BroadwayWorld

The Drama League has announced its 2017 UpClose and Rough Draft Series, to be held at The Drama League Theater Center 32 Avenue of the Americas in Tribeca.

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Friday, February 3, 2017

The Americans' Alison Wright Joins the Broadway Cast of Lynn Nottage's Sweat by Beth Stevens

Alison Wright is joining the cast of Sweat on Broadway. Wright, who is known for her role on FX’s The Americans, will play Jessie, a part played in the Public Theater off-Broadway run …

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Theater News: Alison Wright Completes Cast of Broadway's Sweat

Wright takes on the role played off-Broadway by Miriam Shor in Lynn Nottage's play.

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Alison Wright Completes Cast of Lynn Nottage's SWEAT on Broadway by BroadwayWorld

Producers Stuart Thompson and Louise Gund haveannounced the full cast for the Broadway production of the searing new play Sweat. Alison Wright 'The Americans' joins the previously announced …

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Casting Complete for Broadway’s Sweat by Andrew Gans

The production will mark the Broadway debut of Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Lynn Nottage.

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Thursday, February 2, 2017

Date Set for 2017 Lucille Lortel Awards; Off-Broadway Ceremony to Honor William Ivey Long, Lynn Nottage & More by Ryan McPhee

The date is now set for the 32nd annual Lucille Lortel Awards. The ceremony, which honors the best of off-Broadway, will be held on May 7 at the NYU Skirball Center. Nominations will be anno…

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Wednesday, February 1, 2017

Theatre companies must rethink their relationship with Arts Council England by Lyn Gardner

Applications are in for the next round of the council’s funding for National Portfolio Organisations. Some have decided it’s better to opt outThe deadline has now passed for those applyi…

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Thursday, January 26, 2017

The Great Comet's Dave Malloy, Sweat's Lynn Nottage & More Join Signature Theatre Playwright Residency Programs by Lindsey Sullivan

What a roster! Signature Theatre has announced four award-winning playwrights to join its residency programs. Obie Award winner Dave Malloy, whose Natasha, Pierre and the Great Comet of 1812…

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