Sunday, May 20, 2018

Attention new parents: 'Cry It Out' at Northlight is worth the price of a sitter by Chris Jones

New parents are notoriously difficult to attract to the theater and the reasons are obvious: Sitters add greatly to the cost and hassle of an evening and, in my experience anyway, a fun and …

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Friday, May 4, 2018
Thursday, May 3, 2018

Read Reviews for the World Premiere of Mood Music at London's Old Vic by Olivia Clement

See what critics think of Joe Penhall’s play about power, passion, and the price of creativity.

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Monday, April 30, 2018

Photo Flash: First Look at MOOD MUSIC at the Old Vic by BroadwayWorld

Music is medication. Behind its seductive and glamourous veneer, the music industry has a dark side. Whether it's bitter legal battles fought by the likes of George Michael, Kesha and Tulisa…

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Monday, April 23, 2018

Broadway Theater Review: Carousel with Joshua Henry, Jessie Mueller and Renée Fleming by Lauren Yarger

Jessie-Mueller and Joshua-Henry. Photo: Julieta CervantesCarouselMusic by Richard RodgersLyrics by Oscar Hammerstein IIChoreography by Justin PeckDirected by Jack O’BrienImperial TheatreTh…

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Friday, April 20, 2018

Josh Stamberg to Star as Arthur Miller in Bio-Play Fall at Huntington Theatre Company by Andy Lefkowitz

Huntington Theatre Company has announced casting for the Boston premiere of Fall, a play by journalist Bernard Weinraub about the life of iconic playwright Arthur Miller. The company will be…

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Josh Stamberg to Star as Arthur Miller in World Premiere Play Fall at Huntington Theatre Company by Andy Lefkowitz

Boston's Huntington Theatre Company has announced casting for the world premiere of Fall, a play by journalist Bernard Weinraub about the life of iconic playwright Arthur Miller. The com…

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Sunday, April 15, 2018

Manon review – touching greatness, three times over by Luke Jennings

Royal Opera House, London As vixen, coquette and victim, the Royal Ballet’s Francesca Hayward, Natalia Osipova and Marianela Nuñez all touch greatness in the coveted role of Kenneth MacMi…

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Saturday, April 7, 2018

Drag365: Show #74- Legend Wednesdays at Rise by Michael Block

Aquaria // photo by Michael BlockDay: Wednesday, March 14th      Show: Legend WednesdaysLocation: RiseQueens Seen: Aquaria (@ageofaquaria), Brenda Dharling (@bdharling), …

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Thursday, April 5, 2018

For the first time, the Cubs are offering a cheap-seat lottery at Wrigley. It’s a smokescreen. by Chris Jones

Taking a cue from the hit musical "Hamilton," the Chicago Cubs are offering the team's first-ever lottery for the upcoming baseball season at Wrigley Field: 60 seats in the terrace reserved …

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Saturday, March 10, 2018

Theater Review: “Guards at the Taj” — The Price of Possibility by David Cruz

Dramatist Rajiv Joseph probes the gentle sides of masculinity as well as the intertwined power of beauty and terror.

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Friday, March 2, 2018
Wednesday, February 28, 2018

BWW Interview: 'Come on Down' with SOMETHING ROTTEN's Autumn Hurlbert by Broadwayradio

'Come on down' On today's very special episode of THE PRICE IS RIGHT, the national touring company of SOMETHING ROTTEN pops up in the audience, and makes their presence known. One of the sho…

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Today on Broadway: Wednesday, February 28, 2018 by Matt Tamanini

Listen: “Three Tall Women” Postpones First Previews, Michael Riedel on his Way Out of the New York Post, “Something Rotten” Tour Star Autumn Hurlbert Talks Adam Pasca…

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Wednesday, February 21, 2018
Friday, February 9, 2018

6 Reasons You'll Fall In Love With The "SpongeBob" Musical

Yes, the most exciting show on Broadway right now is based on a Nickelodeon cartoon. It's the closest you'll come to seeing a cartoon in real life. Director Tina La…

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Thursday, February 8, 2018

Best Bets: Cupid's Undie Run, 'Buddy,' 'The Humans,' 'The Price Is Right Live!' by Go! Magazine Staff

Our staff picks the best things to do this week — with a look ahead.

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Wednesday, February 7, 2018

BWW Review: THINGS I KNOW TO BE TRUE, Bristol Old Vic by Tim Wright

Families are tricky things. They have the capacity to love and frustrate us like no one else. It is little wonder they provide such a rich vein for dramatists. In Andrew Bovell's Things I Kn…

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Monday, February 5, 2018

Mary-Louise Parker & David Cromer to Debut World Premiere by Adam Rapp & More in 2018 Williamstown Theatre Festival Season by Andy Lefkowitz

Acclaimed actors Mary-Louise Parker, Carmen Cusack and Steven Pasquale and creatives Douglas Carter Beane, Rachel Chavkin, Adam Rapp and David Cromer are among the talents newly announc…

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Saturday, January 27, 2018

Top 8 Must-See Shows Coming to Broadway: Hot Tickets for Spring by Patrick Pacheco

Put a star in a limited engagement on Broadway and you’ve got a set-up for a hot ticket and premium price exorbitance. Think of Bruce Springsteen, Bette Midler (“Hello, Dolly!”), Uma T…

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Monday, January 15, 2018

Review: Things I Know to be True, Lyric Hammersmith by Rachael Head

‘All happy families are all alike; every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way’ Andrew Bovell seems to have been writing Things I Know To Be True with Tolstoy’s words lodged firmly …

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Wednesday, January 10, 2018

People You Should Know . . . Shelley Fort by Zack Calhoon

Shelley Fort is an actor/writer. She is currently writing a feature film with her sister, Claire, based on the marriage of their bi-racial parents, their pursuit of the American dream, and t…

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Sunday, December 31, 2017

Sandra's Faves of 2017 by Sandra Mardenfeld

Here's seven of my 2017 favorites. Why seven? Well, in many cultures seven is considered sacred, both beneficial and protective for its bearer.Honestly? Seven is all I got. I probably saw ab…

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Saturday, December 30, 2017

Some of My Favorite Theater Things in 2017 by Broadwayandme

As usual, I'm late to the party of 10 Bests Lists. All the others began going up the moment Christmas trees started sprouting on New York City street corners. But my tardiness matters even l…

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Sunday, December 24, 2017

Want To $ee ‘Hamilton’ On Broadway This Week? Got $2,300K? by Jeremy Gerard

If you’re looking for a Champagne date you and your Revolutionary honey can share in the coming week, how about $2,300 for a pair to Hamilton? The concert-slash-show, at the Richard  …

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Thursday, December 21, 2017

Liz Wollman's Top Ten of 2017 by Elizabeth Wollman

Good golly, Miss Molly, a top-ten list is a hard list to come up with, especially during a year when I found myself escaping to the theater as often as I possibly could. So many choices! So …

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Wednesday, December 20, 2017

Mankind by Doug Marino

Playwright Robert O'Hara should never be accused of being timid.  In his bold, audacious new play, Mankind, he envisions a world with no women where men who get pregnant invent a religi…

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The Lion King and Newsies Stars Set for Gulfshore’s The Price by Andrew Gans

The Florida venue will present the Arthur Miller play in January 2018.

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Thursday, December 7, 2017

This Week in LA Theatre by Julio Martinez

By Julio Martinez IN THE NEWS Rubicon Theatre Company in Ventura has unveiled its 20th anniversary season for 2018, beginning with the one-man play, Buyer & Seller by Jonath…

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Friday, December 1, 2017

Miss Saigon and M Butterfly by Elizabeth Wollman

What are the odds that I'd see two different takes on Madama Butterfly in rapid succession? Pretty high, it turns out: they're both running in revival here, I have a student writing an honor…

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Forget the Bono Pomp, U2 “Songs of Experience” Is Worth Hearing: Review by Mark Beech

“U2 is back.” The words are enough to strike fear into the heart of Bono-bashers worldwide, and delight fans of the long-running Irish quartet.As 2017 runs towards its close, it is time …

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