Thursday, July 18, 2019

Photos: Children’s Discovery Museum unveils new art studio by Randy Vazquez

About a dozen kids and guest helped unveil the new LeRoy Neiman Art Studio at the Children's Discovery Museum with a series of paintings and a mural.

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Saturday, July 13, 2019

The Dillon Brothers by Trav S.D.

There were ten Dillon siblings, six of whom went into show business, three of whom became quite famous. The family were raised in Cortland, New York, the children of Irish immigrants who in …

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Monday, July 8, 2019

Honolulu Theatre for Youth Announces 65th Season: ‘Let’s Go!’ by American Theatre Editors

The children’s theatre company will feature plays and musicals set in Korea, New York, Australia, Japan, and the Kingdom of Hawaii.

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Friday, July 5, 2019

'Let's kill Prospero!' Primary students fall under Shakespeare's spell by Chris Wiegand

Sleepovers, bossy monarchs and a desert-island McDonald’s … The Orange Tree theatre introduces kids to The Tempest with a hands-on creative extravaganza ‘Suspense!” “Romance!” …

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Tuesday, July 2, 2019

"The Bridges of Madison County"- Post closing review based on performance on 06/29/19 at SOPAC by Simon Saltzman

Jennifer Ellis and Bryant Martin“The Bridges of Madison County” may be the most purely romantic musical of our times. As re-envisioned by book writer Marsha Norman (‘night, Mother”) …

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Sunday, June 30, 2019

Barbara Hunt McLanahan, Champion Of Diversity In The Arts Organizations She Ran, Has Died At 55 by Artsjournal2

She was most recently the executive director of the Children’s Museum of the Arts in Manhattan, but “that was just the latest stop in a career that included leading Visual AIDS, an organ…

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Monday, June 24, 2019

People You Should Know . . . Noah Anderson by Zack Calhoon

Noah Anderson is very excited to be making his NYC theatrical debut with Smith Street Stage! He is a recent graduate from the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts where he played roles…

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Thursday, June 20, 2019

People You Should Know . . . Cayenne Douglass by Zack Calhoon

CAYENNE DOUGLASS is a New York City based playwright. Her plays have been produced by New Perspectives Theatre Company, Dixon Place, ESPA Primary Stages Detention Series, The Players Theatr…

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

The Children review at Theatre by the Lake, Keswick – ‘a deftly directed production’ by Stephen Longstaffe

Lucy Kirkwood’s 2016 play The Children is set in the aftermath of an accident at a British nuclear power station. Married couple

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Mozart’s “Die Zauberflöte Für Kinder” at Oper Köln, Germany by Blouin Artinfo

Oper Koln presents Mozart’s “Die Zauberflote Fur Kinder (The Magic Flute for Children)” through June 28, 2019. In a version by Brigitta Gillessen, Rainer Muhlbach, and Philipp Matthias…

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Monday, June 10, 2019

Call Answered: Michelle Tattenbaum: "25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" at ACT of Connecticut by Adam Rothenberg

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee is one of my favorite Broadway shows. When I heard ACT of Connecticut, one of my favorite regional theatres, was mounting a production of it, I jus…

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REVIEW: The Animals and the Children Took to the Streets, Pulse Festival ✭✭✭ by Paul T Davies

By Paul T Davies Paul T Davies reviews 1927's production The Animals and the Children Took to the Streets at the Pulse Festival 2109 at the New Wolsey Theatre. This post REVIEW: The Animals …

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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

Pro And Con Protesters Clash Over Drag Queen Story Hour At Small-Town Maine Bookstore by Artsjournal1

“About 50 people packed the inside of the Children’s Book Cellar, where is was shoulder to shoulder, like a rainbow mosh pit. Ophelia, a drag queen from Topsham, read from two books abou…

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

My Mother Said I Never Should/The Ladykillers review – love trumps farce by Mark Fisher

★★★★☆/★★☆☆☆ Theatre by the Lake, KeswickCharlotte Keatley’s 1987 work about mothers and daughters is a wonderful gesture of empathy, while a staging of the Ealing black…

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Wednesday, May 29, 2019

The Slightly Annoying Elephant review – beware of David Walliams's big blue bully by Miriam Gillinson

Little Angel theatre, LondonA hard-to-stomach character with a horrible voice and a nasty catchphrase leaves little for kids to latch on to in this loud, brash production There’s a buzz in…

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Tuesday, May 28, 2019

Edinburgh international children’s festival review – tricks of the light by Mark Fisher

Various venues, Edinburgh Inventive stagings keep young minds enthralled as detectives test their bravery, dancers evolve and superheroes fall out There’s an extraordinary moment in the mi…

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Wednesday, May 22, 2019

Alabama Public Television Just Blocked Broadcast Of The Cartoon Wedding Of A Rat And An Aardvark by Artsjournal1

“When the children’s television show Arthur made headlines last week for an episode in which the beloved teacher Mr. Ratburn marries his male aardvark partner, Alabama viewers saw only a…

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

People You Should Know . . . Amina Henry by Zack Calhoon

Amina Henry is a Brooklyn-based playwright. Productions include: New Light Theater Project's production of The Great Novel at The Flea, Hunter John and Jane at JACK, Ducklings at JACK, The A…

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Monday, May 20, 2019

Children's cast announced for The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13¾ - The Musical

In just a week following the initial cast announcement, the children's cast for The Secret Diary of Adrian Mole aged 13¾ has now finally been announced. The upcoming new musical is set to…

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Friday, May 17, 2019

“White Pearl” Beautifully Explores Ugly Racism, Brutal Business: Review by Mark Beech

The cosmetics industry aims for beauty without cruelty, happiness and harmony. “White Pearl” at the Royal Court, London, shows that it can also be ugly, heart-breaking, cut-throat, insul…

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Wednesday, May 15, 2019

Theatre Review: ‘Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Jr.’ at Children’s Theatre of Annapolis by Laura Tayman

Though it is not a recent Disney hit or from a well-known children’s classic, “Chitty Chitty Bang Bang” playing now at the Children’s Theatre of Annapolis (CTA), has taken many audie…

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Friday, May 10, 2019

Call Redialed: NEW Travis Moser Interview: "Just One Look: The Songs of Linda Ronstadt" at The Green Room 42 by Adam Rothenberg

I love it when my talented friends do great things! Travis Moser is debuting a brand new concert which excites me to no end because he presenting Just One Look: The Songs of Linda Ronstadt a…

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Thursday, May 9, 2019

Definition Theatre's 'EthiopianAmerica' really captures immigrant, teenage lives as they are lived by Chris Jones

The children of immigrants long have written plays and novels about what it’s like to be a first-generation American, trying to build a life in a new country under the watchful eyes of for…

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Review: The Children at Studio Theatre by Roy Maurer

Admittedly, the synopsis for the dystopian kitchen-sink drama The Children at Studio Theatre didn’t tremendously excite me initially, notwithstanding the interest in acclaimed British play…

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Broadway’s Megan Hilty and Vanessa Williams to Voice Characters for Disney Junior’s T.O.T.S. by Ruthie Fierberg

The two Tony nominees join Season 2 of the children’s series.

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

The Children vividly imagines the worst-case scenario after an environmental disaster. by Catey Sullivan

Playwright Lucy Kirkwood's devastated world is nightmarishly familiar. It's comforting to regard the premise of Lucy Kirkwood's eco-thriller with a smug sense of…

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Monday, May 6, 2019

Review: ‘The Children’ at Studio Theatre by John Stoltenberg

Three retired nuclear physicists meet in a quaint cottage not far from the nuclear power plant where they once worked and where a catastrophe has occurred. Earthquake, tsunami, tidal wave, r…

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Theatre Review: ‘The Children’ at Studio Theatre by Peter Orvetti

Studio Theatre closes its current season with a tight, gripping production of Lucy Kirkwood’s “The Children” — nominated for Best Play at the Tonys last year — that craftily combin…

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Friday, May 3, 2019

What Happens When the Radioactive Dust Settles: Steppenwolf’s ‘The Children’ by Matthew Wexler

The Chicago premiere of Lucy Kirkwood's Tony-nominated play, "The Children," portrays a pair of retired nuclear scientists, startled by a visit from a former colleague. The post What Happen…

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Tuesday, April 30, 2019

‘The Children’ should be seen for its simple take on powerful questions by Kris Vire - For The Sun-Times

Three people escape and assess a horrifying disaster in Steppenwolf production of Lucy Kirkwood's play.

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