Friday, March 27, 2020

'Stressed, sick and skint': how coronavirus is hitting arts workers by Ben Beaumont-Thomas and Rachel Obordo

We asked arts workers for their stories of how the lockdown is affecting their livelihoods. Here are their responses Coronavirus – latest updates See all our coronavirus coverage This we…

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Tuesday, March 24, 2020

The Daily Distraction: Angela Lansbury Provides a Relaxing (and a Little Sensual) Fitness Regimen, Perfect for Self-Isolation by Ryan McPhee

Let everyone else break a sweat doing their at-home exercises—this is one that prioritizes mindfulness and a peach onesie.

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Wednesday, March 18, 2020

Escape from Pretoria — a gripping truth-based tale with Daniel Radcliffe

Francis Annan’s film unfolds among the sweat and dust of an apartheid-era prison

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Wednesday, March 11, 2020

Dear West End Producer: ‘Is it okay to sweat during a dance class?’ by @westendproducer

Is it okay to sweat at a dance class? — mark fleischmann (@fleischster) February 12, 2020 My dear, it is not only

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Thursday, March 5, 2020

REVIEW: No Sweat, Lakeside Theatre, University Of Essex ✭✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews Vicky Moran's verbatim play No Sweat at the Lakeside Theatre at the University of Essex. This post REVIEW: No Sweat, Lakeside Theatre, University Of Es…

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Friday, February 28, 2020

Look Ahead: The hottest Seattle events for March 2020 by Moira Macdonald, Brendan Kiley and Michael Rietmulder

From Bikini Kill's comeback tour kickoff to the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Sweat," our Seattle Times arts writers dish on next month’s most buzzworthy arts and entertainment events.

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Monday, February 24, 2020
Saturday, February 22, 2020

Screaming, Sweat, and Prizes in “Old School Game Show” at OBERON by Matthew McMahan

One of Boston’s long-running interactive theatrical events, now featured routinely at the American Repertory Theater’s OBERON theatre in Cambridge, Old School Game Show is a madcap throw…

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Friday, February 21, 2020

West Side Story by Liz Wollman

While it seems that a good half the theater-going public in and around New York City hotly disagrees with me, I'm squarely in the camp that believes Ivo Van Hove's maximal minimalism fails …

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Friday, February 14, 2020

Oregon Shakespeare Festival’s ‘Mother Road’ brings powerful journey to Arena Stage by Em Skow

William Joad is a proud Oklahoma farmer with roots to the land as old and deep as the fields his family has tended for generations. But after decades of dedication, dust and sweat poured int…

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Johanna Day to Join Fellow Original Cast Members Mary-Louise Parker & David Morse in How I Learned to Drive on Broadway by Andy Lefkowitz

Johanna Day has signed on to reprise her 1997 turn as the Female Greek Chorus in the upcoming Broadway premiere of Paula Vogel's Pulitzer-winning drama How I Learned to Drive. The previousl…

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No Sweat review at Pleasance Theatre, London – ‘moving but unfocused drama about homelessness’ by Paul Vale

Vicky Moran’s new play aims to highlight the growing issue of homelessness among young LGBT+ in the UK. Following interviews with a

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Friday, January 17, 2020

Pulitzer-winning ‘Sweat’ lays bare the first sting of capitalism’s failures in Toronto debut by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Alternating between 2000 and 2008, before and after a local factory lays off hundreds for outsourcing, automization and cheaper non-unionized jobs, Nottage’s script is a modern tragedy in …

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Thursday, January 16, 2020

‘Immense anger’ propelled Pulitzer-winning play about factory closures now in Toronto by Carly Maga - Theatre Critic

Lynn Nottage’s “Sweat” has proven its deep relevance about job losses that definitely hit home in southern Ontario.

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Photo Coverage: Meet the Cast of ALL THE NATALIE PORTMANS

All The Natalie Portmans is a fantastical new coming-of-age comedy written by C.A. Johnson (MCC debut) and directed by Kate Whoriskey (Sweat, Ruined). The cast will feature Joshua Boone (Net…

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Wednesday, January 15, 2020

Freeze Frame: Meet the Cast of ALL THE NATALIE PORTMANS

All The Natalie Portmans is a fantastical new coming-of-age comedy written by C.A. Johnson (MCC debut) and directed by Kate Whoriskey (Sweat, Ruined). The cast will feature Joshua Boone (Net…

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Monday, January 13, 2020

Joy of pecs: Jessica Fostekew, the weightlifting comic shredding body fascism by Rachael Healy

When her trainer called muscly women ‘unfeminine’, the standup turned her outrage into a hilarious show full of sweat, barbells, chalk and childbirth Jessica Fostekew felt nervous yester…

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Friday, January 3, 2020

5 Seattle-area arts events to look forward to in 2020 by Brendan Kiley

From the reopening of the Seattle Asian Art Museum to the Pulitzer Prize-winning play "Sweat," here are five arts events to put on your calendar in 2020.

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Sunday, December 29, 2019

Circus 1903 review – super-luxe vintage brilliance by Sarah Donaldson

Royal Festival Hall, LondonA global cast of performers let their talents do the talking in this nostalgic, high-octane circus show Roll up, roll up and lose yourself in a reverie of hipster …

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Friday, December 27, 2019
Friday, December 20, 2019

Call Redialed: NEW Carolee Carmello Interview: "Hello, Dolly!" Tour by Adam Rothenberg

Three-time Tony Nominee Carolee Carmello is one of my favorite Broadway stars! Every time I see her perform, I am transported to another world where her heavenly voice lifts me high up above…

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Thursday, December 5, 2019

“What to Wear – Rehearsals” by Performerstuff

“What to Wear” – Part 2: Rehearsals Written by Ella Embry November 27, 2019 You’ve made it through the audition process, hopefully with tips from “What to Wear” – Part 1…

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Wednesday, December 4, 2019

Call Answered: Honey Davenport: "Stocking Stuffer: A Christmas Show with Balls" + "RuPaul's Drag Race" by Adam Rothenberg

In one of my raunchier interviews, I sat down with RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 11 favorite Honey Davenport to discuss life after Drag Race as well as the debut of her holiday extravaganza St…

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The Business of Show Biz: Getting Back Into Acting

by Velina Brown   Editor's Note: The Theatre Bay Area General Auditions are a great way to launch or relaunch an acting career in the Bay. The last day to sign up for the 2020 generals i…

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Headshots 101: Part Two

by Rotimi Agbabiaka Last Insider we received some tips from local headshot photographers about taking a winning headshot. This time around we chatted with Bay Area casting directors about w…

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Tuesday, November 26, 2019

This Year’s Evening Standard Theatre Award Winners by Artsjournal

Andrew Scott was awarded for his role in Noel Coward’s Present Laughter at the Old Vic, while Maggie Smith took the trophy for one-woman play A German Life at the Bridge. Lynn Nottage’…

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Monday, November 25, 2019

The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe review – magical escape from the perils of war by Michael Billington

Bridge theatre, LondonAslan is more substitute Churchill than surrogate Christ in Sally Cookson’s brilliantly inventive production of CS Lewis’s wartime fable The popularity of CS Lewis…

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London's Sweat, Evita, More, Win at the 2019 Evening Standard Theatre Awards by Dan Meyer

Present Laughter’s Andrew Scott and A German Life’s Maggie Smith took home the top acting prizes.

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Maggie Smith, Andrew Scott, SWEAT, and More Win Big at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2019; Full Winners List!

The winners of the 2019 Evening Standard Theatre Awards, in association with Michael Kors, were revealed at a ceremony tonight at the London Coliseum.

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Sunday, November 24, 2019

Sweat, Evita, Maggie Smith & More Triumph at 2019 Evening Standard Awards by Andy Lefkowitz

The 65th Annual Evening Standard Awards were announced on November 24 at the London Coliseum. The annual event honoring London theater was co-hosted by Damian Lewis, Helen McCrory, Evgeny …

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Maggie Smith wins best actress award for role as Goebbels' secretary by Mark Brown Arts Correspondent

Andrew Scott is best actor and Sweat wins play of the year at Evening Standard awards Dame Maggie Smith’s return to the stage after a 12-year absence has won her a record fifth best actres…

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