Saturday, October 19, 2019

I Have Met the Enemy (And the Enemy Is Us) review – not quite on target by Clare Brennan

Byker Community Centre, Newcastle upon TyneThe audience is invited to attend a mock UK arms fair in this laudable but underdeveloped production Travelling to Common Wealth and Northern Stage…

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Saturday, October 12, 2019

Call Readialed: NEW Michele Brourman Interview: , "Love Notes" at Birdland by Adam Rothenberg

It’s been almost a year since composer Michele Brourman and I have spoken. She is gearing up for her solo debut at Birdland with Love Notes, an evening of original songs. It was quite mel…

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Wednesday, October 9, 2019

For Its Awards Celebration, Theatre Bay Area Tries a Radical Approach to Selling Tickets

by Rotimi Agbabiaka Attending the theatre often feels like boarding a plane: a stark reminder that class is real. But with its approach to selling tickets for the sixth annual TBA Awards ce…

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Tuesday, October 8, 2019

Shukshin’s Stories review – moving tales of Siberian village folk by Michael Billington

Barbican, LondonA gifted cast from Moscow’s Theatre of Nations brings Soviet-era stories of folly and obsession to enchanting life I confess to knowing little of Vasily Shukshin (1929-74) …

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Wednesday, October 2, 2019

The Stage ticketing survey 2019: Top-price tickets dip, but cheapest go up by Giverny Masso

The price of top-end tickets in the West End has fallen for the first time in seven years, The Stage’s annual ticketing

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Sunday, September 29, 2019

‘Masterful central performances are worth the admission price alone’: MACBETH – Chichester by Matt Merritt

See this production of Macbeth for those masterful central performances, they’re more than worth the price of admission, even if so much of the rest is “full of sound and fury, signifyin…

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Friday, September 20, 2019

The Friday 5: 5 BC/EFA Flea Market Things I Hope to Find by JK

The third Sunday of September is one of my favorite days of each year. I love the BC/EFA Flea Market! (I appreciate the auction, but it is way out of my price range...) So this Friday 5 is w…

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Loy Webb's plays creates a neon sign in the darkness by Catey Sullivan

In His Shadow, an aspiring football player confronts his brother's legacy and the price of protesting. Back in 2016 when she was still practicing law in Chicago,…

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Sunday, August 25, 2019

Treat your kids to tickets for these family-friendly events this fall by Valerie Schremp Hahn St. Louis Post-Dispatch

Disney on Ice, The Price is Right Live, and even JoJo Siwa are coming to town this fall.

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Friday, August 2, 2019

Study: Prices For Female Artists Rising Faster Than For Male Artists by Artsjournal

“Sotheby’s Mei Moses found that between 2012 and 2018, sales results rose just eight percent for men, while women saw the price for their work go up an astonishing 73 percent. By compa…

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The Price of Shame: ‘Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky’ by Matthew Wexler

"Monica: This Play is Not About Monica Lewinsky" explores the profound effects of shame as seen through one of the White House's greatest scandals. The post The Price of Shame: ‘Monica: Th…

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Monday, July 29, 2019

Walkabout: The Roxian Theater gets a second life by Diana Nelson Jones / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The new Roxian itself is worth the price of going to a show. Everything original is beautiful again.

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Monday, July 22, 2019

What's on at the Arcola Theatre for the autumn 2019 season?

It's a season of significant milestones for the Arcola Theatre with its newly announced autumn programme set to feature six plays written and/or adapted by women, including Maxine Peake'…

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Thursday, July 11, 2019

Capital Fringe review: American Tranquility by Jeffrey Walker

Four for the price of one – what a deal! That’s four characters making a strong impression in the one-person show American Tranquility, which deserves to play to sold-out audiences every…

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#TBT: Playbill: Sweeney Todd: March 1979 by JK

I have the Broadway Cares Flea Market to thank for this week's #TBT. It was there that I found one of my most treasured Playbills in my entire collection: the original Broadway cast Playbill…

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Friday, July 5, 2019

Fringe button deals: best places to grab a quick snack or dine on DC’s wharf SW by Julian Oquendo

Now that you have your shows lined up for the Capital Fringe Festival, the question is: where are you eating and drinking between shows? This year, Capital Fringe has made purchasing their F…

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Sunday, June 30, 2019


Yes, five: the UK tour of Lincoln Center’s revival of The King and I in Manchester, Fiddler on the Roof, the last night of the National Theatre revival of Follies, and The Play That Goes W…

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Monday, June 24, 2019

CLO presents musical classic 'Oklahoma!' by Maria Sciullo / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

The Rodgers & Hammerstein score alone is worth the price of admission.

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Saturday, June 22, 2019

“La damnation de Faust” at Glyndebourne, Lewes by Blouin Artinfo

Hector Berlioz’s “La damnation de Faust” is currently on stage at Glyndebourne on select dates through July 10, 2019.“Faust is on the brink of suicide when smooth-talking Mephistophe…

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Tuesday, June 18, 2019

Giacomo Puccini’s “La fanciulla del West” at Mariinsky Theatre, Saint Petersburg by Blouin Artinfo

Directed by Arnaud Bernard, Giacomo Puccini’s “La fanciulla del West” is all set to be staged at the Mariinsky Theatre II beginning June 14 through July 23, 2019.The Mariinsky Theatre …

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Wednesday, June 12, 2019

We Are Pussy Riot (or) Everything Is P.R. questions the role of spectators in protest art by Kerry Reid

There is method to the mess in this Red Tape Theatre production. The YouTube video of Pussy Riot's brief provocation—about 48 seconds—at Moscow's Cathedral o…

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Wednesday, June 5, 2019

Jesse Tyler Ferguson to Join Jesse Williams in Take Me Out on Broadway by Olivia Clement

The two actors will co-star in Richard Greenberg's Tony-winning play about baseball, prejudice, and the price of victory.

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Tuesday, June 4, 2019

For First Time Since 1993, Japan’s Movie Theaters Have Raised Ticket Prices by Artsjournal1

Two of the country’s four major chains have raised the price of a standard ticket from ¥1,800 ($16.50) to ¥1,900 ($17.50), citing the costs of new IMAX and 4D equipment as well as “ant…

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Thursday, May 30, 2019

Grey’s Anatomy Star Jesse Williams to Make Broadway Debut in Take Me Out by Andy Lefkowitz

Jesse Williams, longtime star of TV's Grey’s Anatomy, has been cast in the lead role of Darren Lemming in the upcoming Broadway revival of Richard Greenberg's Tony-winning play Take Me Out…

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Tuesday, May 21, 2019

Audiences jump into bed and are paid to play at Take Me Somewhere by Kate Wyver

Various locations, GlasgowThis performance art festival serves up brazen tests of audience exploitation, a TV sleepover and feminist futurism How much would you have to be paid to make a foo…

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Thursday, May 16, 2019

Record-setting winning bid on ‘Rabbit’ wins a priceless reaction by Patrick May

Jeff Koons' "Rabbit" was sold Wednesday night for more than $91 million. The reaction from the buyer's representative as the winning bid was announced was worth the price of admission.

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Tuesday, May 14, 2019

Death of a Salesman starring Wendell Pierce at the Young Vic, London – review round-up by Fergus Morgan

London’s had its fill of Arthur Miller in the last few months – The Price in the West End, The Crucible at

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Sunday, May 12, 2019

Streaming Is The Talk Of The Media, But Advertisers Are Apparently Eager To Give Money To Traditional Channels by Artsjournal2

This seems … weird: The fewer people watch, the more money comes in from ads? But OK: “A strong economy has sustained robust ad spending in recent years. But another reason the upfront p…

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Wednesday, May 8, 2019

BWW Interview: Kelli Barrett Talks Playing Liza Minnelli on FOSSE/VERDON by Kaitlin Milligan

Broadway star KelliBarrettcurrently stars on FX's FosseVerdon asLiza Minnelli. The series follows Bob Fosse, who a visionary filmmaker and one of theater's most influential choreographers an…

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Everything must show: the department store where reformed addicts speak up by Claire Armitstead

Survivors of addiction have taken over a shop in Bournemouth to stage Secret Voices. Their raw and harrowing stories show the holiday town in a new light Two men circle each other in a salt-…

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