Tuesday, July 27, 2021

Art Scene: “Archive: This Was The End” Taps Extrasensory Senses by Alexander Fatouros

Speaking to humanity across time and space, Archive: This Was the End is an interactive sculpture where a past performance mesmerizes the present day. Created by Co-Artistic Directors Mallor…

SOURCE: thetheatretimes.com at 01:42AM
Tuesday, July 13, 2021

The Park Keeper review – timely ode to a cherished public space by Catherine Love

Rowntree Park, YorkA retiring park keeper seeks meaning in the wake of trauma in Mike Kenny’s story of wartime loss Last summer, York’s outdoor Park Bench Theatre provided an emotional …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 10:03AM
Friday, July 9, 2021

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 4 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:19PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 3 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:19PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 2 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:18PM

Alejandra Cisneros, Julia Cho and Cheryl Umaña: It Tastes Like What I Remember Ep. 1 by Center Theatre Group

'It Tastes Like What I Remember' is a series that explores the link between memory and food. When we remember food, we remember love. It is the nourishment that our mothers, fathers, nanas …

SOURCE: YouTube at 05:17PM
Thursday, July 8, 2021

Joel Hall Dancers tap the spirit of the phoenix again by Irene Hsiao

In LEGACY: Phoenix^5, Joel Hall Dancers celebrate the past and look to the future. In March 2020, the Joel Hall Dancers were preparing for a concert celebrating …

SOURCE: www.chicagoreader.com at 10:00AM
Saturday, July 3, 2021

Theater Books for Summer Reading 2021 by Broadwayandme

  After 16 long and scary months, the coronavirus seems to be in retreat. Over half of the country has now gotten at least one vaccination shot. And here in New York City, 60% of all adult…

SOURCE: Broadway & Me at 06:03PM
Wednesday, June 23, 2021

Under Milk Wood review – Michael Sheen steps into Dylan Thomas’s bygone world by Arifa Akbar

National Theatre, LondonLyndsey Turner’s production is a charming albeit emotionally distanced retreat into nostalgia Dylan Thomas’s drama, broadcast on radio in 1954 , has been recited …

SOURCE: The Guardian at 07:42PM
Saturday, June 19, 2021

Eulogy for Eulabelle Moore by Trav S.D.

No one knows the birthday of Eulabelle Moore (1909-1964) so we choose Juneteenth for the present post, both for the significance of the day, and the fact that we mention her in another post …

SOURCE: Trav S.D. at 02:36PM
Tuesday, June 15, 2021

Josh Gad & Luke Evans on Board for Beauty and the Beast Prequel Series by Caitlin Moynihan

The previously reported Gaston and LeFou prequel series has officially been greenlit as an eight-episode limited musical series on Disney+. The series, currently titled Beauty and the Best, …

SOURCE: Broadway.com at 04:18PM
Monday, June 14, 2021

A Dog’s Tale review – quirky musical takes Crufts for a walk by Catherine Love

Scarcroft Allotments, YorkThe performers’ tail-wagging joy at being back in front of audiences can’t sustain this uneven history of the canine show In many ways, Mikron’s touring model…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 06:12AM
Friday, June 4, 2021
Tuesday, June 1, 2021

Girl From The North Country by Mirvish Productions

In what Ben Brantley of The New York Times raves is “as close as mortals come to heaven on earth,” GIRL FROM THE NORTH COUNTRY is set at a guesthouse where a group of wanderers cross pat…

SOURCE: YouTube at 09:54AM
Friday, May 14, 2021

The New Group Off Stage launches with ‘Waiting for Godot’ starring Ethan Hawke and John Leguizamo by Deb Miller

This month, Off-Broadway’s award-winning artist-driven company The New Group – known for its mission of developing and producing powerful contemporary theater that is adventurous, stimul…

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 01:26PM
Wednesday, May 12, 2021

Bay Area Asian American Artists Share Stories, Combat Hate

by Janine Sun Rogers The Bay Area is home to an extensive community of Asian American theatre makers who create innovative performances that explore identity, race, politics, and diaspori…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 04:52AM
Thursday, April 29, 2021

Paul Taylor Dance Company | "Company B" & "Esplanade" | Oct. 7-9, 2021 by The Kennedy Center

https://www.kennedy-center.org/whats-on/explore-by-genre/dance/2021-2022/paul-taylor-dance-company/ One of the seminal artists of the 20th and 21st centuries, Paul Taylor has shaped an enti…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:03PM
Monday, April 26, 2021

Crowd Me With Love! Our Ultimate Top 20 "Being Alive" Countdown From Stephen Sondheim's Company

On the anniversary of the musical's opening night, it seems like no better time than the present to run our all time ultimate YouTube countdown of our favorite performances of Stephen Sondhe…

SOURCE: BroadwayBox at 04:55PM
Wednesday, April 14, 2021

As Arts Workers Look To the Future, Performing Arts Worker Relief Fund Assists in the Present

by Nicole Gluckstern For performing arts workers who are accustomed to piecing together a living from freelance, contract, and part-time work, the pandemic shutdown of 2020 cut them off, …

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 03:05PM
Monday, March 29, 2021

Dance life in quarantine: Tamisha Guy is keeping interests broad and skills dynamic by Admin

It’s a common piece of advice for dancers: yes, the draw of stage lights can feel irresistible, but be sure to cultivate interests, skillsets and relationships outside of performing. For o…

SOURCE: www.danceinforma.com at 07:38AM
Wednesday, March 24, 2021

Track By Track: Kinky Boots (Original Broadway Cast Recording) by JK

I really did enjoy Kinky Boots. It was spectacular, funny and touching. The performances across the board were excellent. A lot to appreciate and admire. And yet, I wasn't bowled over. Once …

SOURCE: www.jkstheatrescene.com at 07:12AM
Sunday, March 21, 2021

Repertoire Readings: Connecting the Past to the Present: Farinaz Kavianifar Interview with Ruhollah Jafari by Farinaz Kavianifar

Giti Theatre Group broke records raising funds for flood victims in Lorestan, Iran with a remarkable 10 days of staged readings of Iranian plays. Dr. Ruhollah Jafari, founder, and director o…

SOURCE: thetheatretimes.com at 04:17AM
Tuesday, March 16, 2021

Joe Iconis Gets IN BETWEEN TWO PALMS At The Studios Of Key West

Broadway composer, Joe Iconis gets a virtual visit to Key West tomorrow night, Wednesday, March 17th to celebrate St. Patrick's Day in a conversation about the past, the present and the futu…

SOURCE: BroadwayWorld at 07:50PM
Friday, March 12, 2021

Dan O'Brien: ‘Write in terror. Your characters should fear for their lives’ by Dan O’brien

Playwrights should be alive to the world, and that means being awake to the constant possibility of death Writers are fond of advising: “Write as if you are dying.” The threat of death i…

SOURCE: The Guardian at 04:12AM
Wednesday, March 10, 2021

Nurtured by Regina Evans, A Garden Grows in Oakland

by Nicole Gluckstern Regina Y. Evans is looking forward to 60. As a playwright and costumer, her creative work is in high demand. As a survivor, advocate, and modern-day abolitionist for se…

SOURCE: Theatre Bay Area at 06:23AM
Friday, March 5, 2021

I Love a Piano - DCPAMemories by Denver Center For The Performing Arts

I Love a Piano was presented by DCPA Cabaret in 2002. This musical revue looks at America through the eyes (and music!) of Irving Berlin. With some of Berlin's most popular songs, this all s…

SOURCE: YouTube at 01:03PM
Thursday, March 4, 2021

‘Emotionally powerful piece’: CHILDREN’S CHILDREN (Online review) ★★★★★ by Emma Clarendon

Children’s Children, a short film formed of five monologues, is a powerful and thought provoking piece that asks if history can ever really be forgotten when it still forms part of the pre…

SOURCE: mytheatremates.com at 06:00AM
Friday, February 19, 2021
Tuesday, February 16, 2021

TheSharedScreen’s ‘Tape’ unspools tense and scorching storytelling by Michael Poandl

TheSharedScreen’s scorching new Zoom production of Tape — the 1999 play turned 2001 indie film starring Ethan Hawke and Uma Thurman — is a successful experiment in embracing the presen…

SOURCE: DC Metro Theater Arts at 11:03AM
Sunday, February 7, 2021

The Future (And Some Of The Present) Of Comics Is Black by Artsjournal2

Yes, Black Panther is returning to comics, but also, so very much more than Black Panther. Here’s a guide for newbies. – The New York Times

SOURCE: ArtsJournal at 02:24PM
Saturday, February 6, 2021

Expect Revivals and VR from the Stage as Theater Continues to Deal with the Coronavirus by Nobuko Tanaka

In his 1964 anthem, “The Times They Are A-Changin’,” Bob Dylan sings: “As the present now / Will later be past / The order is rapidly fadin’…” At the time, he may have had soci…

SOURCE: thetheatretimes.com at 01:24AM

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