Wednesday, May 5, 2021

At This Theater: The Vivian Beaumont Theater at Lincoln Center by JK

Tucked away in the back corner of the Lincoln Center campus, the Vivian Beaumont Theater is easily recognizable with its large plate glass windows and trademark neon logo-signs. Opened in …

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Monday, May 3, 2021

People You Should Know . . . Tess Howsam by Zack Calhoon

Tess Howsam is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist who curates and directs ekphrastic shows that blend theater, installation art, and performance. Howsam seeks to subvert theatrical ex…

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ABT • I N C U B A T O R | Soirée Nocturne | Melvin Lawovi by American Ballet Theatre

“I wanted the audience to experience the feeling of peace and serenity that you get when you connect with your partner on stage.” – Choreographer Melvin Lawovi Choreography by Melvin …

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Friday, April 30, 2021

Money review – find a way out of capitalism’s moral maze by Catherine Love

Available onlineThis ingenious show featuring Mel Giedroyc casts its audience as board members of a charity and gives them a dilemma It’s a classic question: what would you be willing to o…

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At This Performance: Stephanie Torns in Waitress by JK

 At This Performance: Stephanie Torns in Waitress I'm a Jessie Mueller fan. Often, she's not just the best person in the show she's in, she's the only good thing about she's in. So, I woul…

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MOVING VISIONS: Guest Editor Francesca Harper Curates Willy Laury's "Aurum I: A Memory Film," Featuring Eriko Iisaku, for The Dance Enthusiast's Socia by The Dance Enthusiast

In MOVING VISIONS: Guest Editor Francesca Harper Curates Willy Laury's "Aurum I: A Memory Film," Featuring Eriko Iisaku, for The Dance Enthusiast's Social Distance Dance Video, "Fran has alw…

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Wednesday, April 28, 2021

Tickets Now on Sale for Maria Caruso's Solo Dance Performance Metamorphosis by Caitlin Moynihan

Tickets are now on sale for Maria Caruso's solo dance performance Metamorphosis. The production will play at off-Broadway's Actors Temple Theatre beginning on June 3. The limited run is se…

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OnStage Dance Company’s ‘Season 20’: Not on stage but still dancing by Admin

April 16-25, 2021.Accessible through the company’s website. Moving together in the stage lights, feeling the energy of your castmates and the audience: rehearsing and performing virtually …

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Tuesday, April 27, 2021

A Stormy Meditation by Leah Richards

A Stormy Meditation Leah Richards April 27, 2021 - 20:04 Topics Theater Review Tags off broadway …

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Comedy Show The Comeback Sets Summer Run in the West End by Caitlin Moynihan

The Comeback is making a comeback! The comedic play will return to the West End's Noël Coward Theatre for a limited run from July 7 through July 25 after its original performances dates wer…

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Ep17 – Donna Murphy (Passion – 1994) by Elizabeth Wheless

“Everyone needs a good mole joke” is how five time nominee and two time Tony Award winner Donna Murphy made the audience howl with laughter during her acceptance speech for her stunni…

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Noviembre: explosive manifesto takes theatre to the streets by Chris Wiegand

Actors roam Madrid, springing provocative performances on passersby, in Achero Mañas’s vibrant faux-documentary The stage on screen: more films about theatre Can theatre change the world?…

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Monday, April 26, 2021

Sunday @ the Segal: Every Brilliant Thing by Segalcentre

Since Every Brilliant Thing is a live interactive show produced during a global pandemic, this Sunday @ the Segal panel will gather a group of national and international panelists to discuss…

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Madsoc Theatre Reopens with “Once An Actress” by Angela Jimu

Madsoc Theatre opened their season with Stanley Mambo’s adaption of Tony Layton’s Once an Actress performed by Charity Dlodlo. The atmosphere was electric and there was palpable exciteme…

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Thursday, April 22, 2021

Favorite Designs: The Design of American Psycho by JK

Favorite Designs: The Design of American Psycho Theater truly is a collaborative art. Each element depends on and enhances the others. An excellent example of this is the design for America…

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Wednesday, April 21, 2021

Working in the Theatre: The Seagull on the Sims 4 by American Theatre Wing

“Follow the artists,” was the New York Theatre Workshop’s first instinct when they revamped their season last year. Thus, the Artistic Instigator grants were born—allowing artists to…

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‘Not all subterfuge & double jeopardy’: A SPLINTER OF ICE – Original Theatre Company (Online review) by Maryam Philpott

A Splinter of Ice moves away from a basic biography by mirroring its spy subjects and never allowing the audience to be quite sure which of its many faces is the real one.

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Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Immersive Theatrical Version of The Great Gatsby to Play New York City by Caitlin Moynihan

An immersive theatrical experience of The Great Gatsby will make its North American debut in New York City this fall. The show is created and directed by Alexander Wright. The New York venue…

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Every Brilliant Thing Trailer by Segalcentre

Every Brilliant Thing comes to the Segal Centre stage May 01, 2021 - May 16, 2021 Hugs, the smell of old books, a hairdresser who listens to what you want The colour yellow, roller coast…

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Wednesday, April 14, 2021

VIDEO: THE LATE SHOW Spoofs HAMILTON With 'My Shot' Vaccine Parody

Spoofing 'My Shot' from 'Hamilton,' 'The Late Show' made the best use of puns to get the audience excited about the potential for the return of all Broadway shows.

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Friday, April 9, 2021

The Untold Stories of Broadway: Volume 4 (book review) by Wendy Caster

 My latest review is up at Talkin' Broadway. According to their interviews in The Untold Stories of Broadway: Volume 4, Ed Dixon has great affection for The Scarlet Pimpernel; Krysta Rodr…

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Tuesday, April 6, 2021

Tony and Olivier Nominee Paul Ritter Dead at 54 by Caitlin Moynihan

Tony and Olivier-nominated actor Paul Ritter died away on April 5, according to Variety. Ritter passed away in his home with family by his side after suffering from a brain tumor. He was 54.…

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Love on the Ground: the intimate illusions of Jacques Rivette’s chateau mystery by Chris Wiegand

Jane Birkin and Geraldine Chaplin star in the French director’s enthralling and perplexing drama about rehearsals for a one-off performance The stage on screen: more films about theatre A…

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Monday, April 5, 2021

News: Broadway Opened Its Doors to Audiences for the First Time in More Than a Year as Part of the Ongoing Statewide Arts Initiative, NY PopsUp by News Desk (organization-Submitted Press Release)

Three-time Tony Award Winner Nathan Lane and Tony Award Winner Savion Glover performed on the stage of the St. James Theatre. The audience consisted primarily of frontline workers at the Act…

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Broadway reopens its doors for pop-up event by Caitlin Huston

The click-clack of unseen tap shoes echoed throughout the theater. The lights dimmed. The audience hushed. Dancer Savion Glover walked on the stage and was greeted by the first entrance appl…

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Friday, April 2, 2021

Evita: Pandemic Edition by The Ensemblist

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‘Uneasy watch, but a necessary one’: THE LESSON (Online review) by Louise Penn

At slightly under 40 minutes, The Lesson has moments which are both hilarious and educational, as well as making the audience think about the truly shocking messages being discussed.

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Wednesday, March 31, 2021

Producer Daryl Roth Shares Details About Opening BLINDNESS Off-Broadway in April

On April 2, the first night that indoor theater is permitted to open in New York City, the Daryl Roth's Off-Broadway production of Blindness will begin performances at the Daryl Roth Thea…

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One That Got Away: The 39 Steps by JK

One That Got Away: The 39 Steps (2008) I have often  said that one of the things I like best about theater is that it can do so many things that film just can't do, despite all of the techn…

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Monday, March 29, 2021

Call Redialed: Amanda McBroom: Send In The Clowns, Stephen Sondheim, The Rose, Songwriter, Singer by Adam Rothenberg

It’s so great to catch up with Golden Globe Award winning songwriter Amanda McBroom. Ever since I heard Bette Midler sing Amanda’s award winning song “The Rose,” I have been a fan of…

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(Deirdre Falvey’s article appeared in the Irish Times, 3/27.) There’s a gulp when you see it. Outside, the audience doors into Dublin’s Gate Theatre from Parnell Square, before ascendi…

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