Friday, October 19, 2018

Top New York Stage This Week: Daniel Radcliffe, Justin Timberlake, Fringe Festival by Mark Beech

Daniel Radcliffe stars in “The Lifespan of a Fact,” which has just opened. It is one of the highlights of performing arts in New York this week. Justin Timberlake is at Madison Square Ga…

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Thursday, October 18, 2018

Tonys Administration Committee Announces First Set of Rulings in 2018-2019 Season: Boys in the Band Is Deemed a Revival & More by Andy Lefkowitz

The Tony Awards administration committee met on October 18 for the first time this season to confirm the eligibility status of seven Broadway productions for the American Theatre Wing&#…

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Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Broadway Grosses: The Ferryman Makes a Splash on the Great White Way by

Jez Butterworth's Olivier-winning West End hit The Ferryman is making a strong showing in its first couple of weeks on Broadway. Audiences are packing the Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre to se…

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Monday, October 15, 2018

Amazon's Transparent to Conclude Series with Two-Hour Musical Episode by

We just might be one step closer to getting the Transparent stage musical we've all dreamt about. Following an April concert featuring songs penned by Emmy-nominated Transparent writer F…

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Saturday, October 13, 2018

Top New York Stage This Week: Elton John to “American Son” by Mark Beech

As debate continues on the slogan “Make America Great Again” – with plenty of people on both sides of the debate saying the U.S. is already great and could be greater – a raft of new…

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The Nap **** by Barry Gordin

By Isa Goldberg October 14, 2018:  Watching a bunch of grifters, in The Nap, is a guilty pleasure because it’s silly, and delightfully inconsequential. It’s a comedy well timed for t…

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Wednesday, October 10, 2018

The London shows that should come to NYC — and the ones that shouldn’t by Johnny Oleksinski

They’re Brexiting all the way to New York. “The Nap,” “Girl From the North Country” and “The Ferryman” are just a few of the shows that have leaped across the pond and land…

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Tuesday, October 9, 2018

Broadway Grosses: King Kong Packs the House in First Main-Stem Performances by

The much-anticipated new musical King Kong officially arrived at the Broadway Theatre on October 5. The new tuner based on the iconic 1932 novel made a strong showing in its first …

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John Ellison Conlee stops by HQ to chat about The Nap and more with Caitlin Moynihan.

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Broadway Grosses: King Kong Packs the House in Its First Main-Stem Performances by

The much-anticipated new musical King Kong officially arrived at the Broadway Theatre on October 5. The new tuner based on the iconic 1932 novel made a strong showing in its first …

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This Week's #LiveAtFive Guests Know All About British Slang, Strong Female Leads & More! by Caitlin Moynihan #LiveatFive is a daily news show on Facebook Live, in which editors discuss what's going on in the theater community and chat with stage stars about their …

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Sunday, October 7, 2018

The Nap by David Kaufman

It isn’t revealing too much to say that the play culminates with a real Snooker match between two men vying ultimately for the world championship and ostensibly being watched by 23 million…

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This Week on Broadway for October 7, 2018: Bernhardt / Hamlet by James Marino

Peter Filichia, James Marino, and Michael Portantiere discuss Bernhardt / Hamlet, The Nap, Girl From The North Country @ The Public, Touch the Sky Benefit Honoring Chita Rivera @ Zankel H…

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Saturday, October 6, 2018

Bernhardt/Hamlet *** The Nap **** by Barry Gordin

By: David Sheward October 6, 2018:  The fall Broadway season opens with two new plays centered on an incomparable artist pitted against the forces of compromise. One has loftier ambitions …

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Top New York Stage This Week: Eagles, “Girl From the North Country” by Mark Beech

From The Eagles and Eric Clapton to the New York International Fringe Festival, there is plenty of choice among performing-arts shows in the Big Apple this week.New Yorkers can also catch pr…

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Thursday, October 4, 2018

The Nap - Through November 11th if all this silliness is your cup of tea by Oscar E. Moore

Act I as they set us up is quite a snooze. Act II zany. Don’t be snookered by all this malarkey.

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THE NAP – Don’t be snookered by a lot of malarkey by Oscar E Moore

I would love to report that it doesn’t matter if you don’t know heads or tails of the rules of SNOOKER – a game similar to billiards (pool) made famous by Paul Newman and Jackie Gleaso…

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Wednesday, October 3, 2018

“The Nap” at The Samuel J. Friedman Theatre by Richard Seff

For starters, I had expected this oddly titled play to offer information on what went on in someone’s mind during an afternoon siesta. Once the play started I found that no, it deals with …

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Go Behind The Scenes with THE NAP's Alexandra Billings's Instagram Takeover Recap! by Jeffrey Vizcaino

BroadwayWorld has an inside look at The Nap as Alexandra Billings took over the BWW Instagram this past Thursday, and gave followers a behind the scenes look at the Opening Night of The NapB…

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Tuesday, October 2, 2018

The Nap: no snoozing here by Cogency

The Nap. Manhattan Theatre Club production at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York. October 2018.   The Nap, recently opened at the Samuel J. Friedman Theatre on Broadway, will cert…

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