Friday, January 8, 2021

Quick steps: dynamic dance shorts to watch online by Lyndsey Winship

Cathy Marston returns to performing, poetry and dance entwine in Wales and the Akram Khan Company inspires mass movement in the best short films to view at home Amid lockdown frustration las…

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Saturday, January 2, 2021

Snapshot: ‘Thames Log’ by Chloe Dewe Mathews

The photographer traces the river’s course from source to sea, uncovering the people and practices on its waters that otherwise might slip by unnoticed

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Sunday, December 20, 2020

Irene Dunne: Classy Lassie by Trav S.D.

We pause now to appreciate the lovely, luminous silver screen star Irene Dunne (1898-1990). When we remember Dunne as Magnolia in the 1936 version of Show Boat, it feels significant to learn…

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Theatrefolk Featured Play – The Wind in the Willows adapted by Todd Espeland by Lindsay Price

Welcome to our Featured Play Spotlight. The Wind in the Willows adapted by Todd Espeland is a lively and theatrical adaptation of a wonderful classic from Kenneth Grahame. Mole just wants t…

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Monday, December 7, 2020

Liam Gallagher showboats with Down by the River Thames gig

The singer’s streamed concert from a barge proved he is a performer who knows what his audience wants

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Sunday, November 29, 2020

‘Up and Down the River’ tells Mohegan history as radio theater by Christopher Arnott

HartBeat Ensemble is premiering the local history dramas "Up and Down the River," a series of short audio plays co-written by Mohegan tribe members Madeline Sayet and Melissa Tantaquidgeon Z…

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Friday, October 30, 2020

HOWERD’S END Golden Goose Theatre, Camberwell by Libby Purves and Friends

TITTER YE NOT: IT WAS TOUGH         An element of pilgrimage here: new-fledged theatre, new play, worth the long masked train to London and then a bus’s wild wanderings south of the ri…

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Wednesday, October 28, 2020

Baaa Humbug hits the Thames this Christmas – Book Now! by Douglas Mayo

By Douglas Mayo Les Miserables heartthrobs and leading men Craig Mather, Toby Miles and Paul Wilkins take to the River Thames this Christmas to star in the festive Baaa Humbug! - A Stocking …

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Thursday, October 22, 2020

Track By Track: The Full Monty OBCR by JK

There is a distinct thrill for a musical theater fan when a new, exciting composer arrives. Such was the thrill of hearing the joyous and often thoughtful score of David Yazbek's debut Broad…

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Tuesday, October 20, 2020

Review: This is the Scene, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Aimee Shields

Review: This is the Scene, Pitlochry Festival Theatre 4.0Overall Score If the Shades of Tay series is a “love letter to Scotland”, This is the Scene is a love letter to the river itself.…

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Friday, September 18, 2020

New civil rights musical at TheaterWorks shows how protesting has changed in 50 years by Christopher Arnott

TheaterWorks Hartford is opening its new membership-based season of monthly online theater shows with a staged reading of a new musical, "At the River I Stand," about the 1968 Memphis Sanita…

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Sunday, August 30, 2020

Goodspeed’s folksy outdoor concerts continue with David Lutken, who’s played Woody Guthrie and Will Rogers by Christopher Arnott

The Goodspeed is continuing its new outdoor "By the River" concert series with David Lutken of "Will Rogers Follies" and "Woody Sez" fame, Sept. 10-27.

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Friday, August 21, 2020

The river: a liquid history

From the tidal Thames to the Mississippi, rivers have been essential to human progress

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Thursday, August 20, 2020

London’s silver highway: photographs of the Thames at work

These archive images vividly capture the imperfect beauty of the river in the industrial age

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Wednesday, August 19, 2020

Review: After Miss Georgina Ballantine, Pitlochry Festival Theatre by Mirren Wilson

Review: After Miss Georgina Ballantine, Pitlochry Festival Theatre 4.0Stars Have you ever heard of Miss Georgina Ballantine? Let me tell you. On the 7 October 1922, Georgina Ballantine made …

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Friday, August 7, 2020

Reckoning With The Ugly Racist Origins Of Some Of American English’s Most Common Expressions by Artsjournal1

“‘Sold down the river.’ ‘Cakewalk.’ ‘Master and slave.’ American English is riddled with words and phrases with racist origins or undertones. Since the killing of George Floyd …

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Monday, August 3, 2020

Putting Up A Monument To The Unknown Enslaved People Of The United States by Artsjournal2

As the Civil War raged, Kentucky was officially neutral – but it was a slave state. Freedom lay just across the river in Indiana, says poet Hannah Drake, whose nonprofit is preparing to in…

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Saturday, August 1, 2020

"A Soldier's Story" Flies Its Flag at Half-Mast by Broadwayandme

One of my best friends worked for the Negro Ensemble Company back in its heyday and so I got to see the original productions of such shows as Zooman and the Sign, The River Niger and the NEC…

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Thursday, July 16, 2020

Ten Life-Saving Tips for Conservatory Rookies by Performerstuff

Ten Life-Saving Tips for Conservatory Rookies Amanda Grace June 22, 2020 I walked into my first day of summer training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art RADA with years of profession…

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Monday, June 8, 2020

Black Lives Matter Protesters In Bristol Topple Statue Of Slave Trader And Throw It In The River by Artsjournal2

Why did the protesters pull down Edward Colston’s statue? “The 18ft bronze statue, erected in 1895, has long been a focal point for anger at the city’s role in the slave trade and th…

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Friday, May 29, 2020

The Plastic Nile — Sky documentary exposes the extent of Africa’s waste problem

Images capturing the catastrophic pollution of the river are an antidote to ravishing nature films

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Wednesday, May 20, 2020

VIDEO: Victoria Shaw Sings 'The River' With Joshua Turchin On THE EARLY NIGHT SHOW

The Early Night Show with Joshua Turchin- Virtual Edition (Corona Cabaret) continues its run with the release of a new episode today. Season two, episode fourteen features special guests: Si…

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Tuesday, May 19, 2020

11 Feel-Good Monologues For These Trying Times by Performerstuff

11 Feel-Good Monologues For These Trying Times Written by: Amanda Grace Date: April 16th, 2020 Drama got you down? Chances are if you’re tired of angst and desperation, your auditione…

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Tuesday, May 12, 2020

Watch the London Shakespeare’s Globe production of Macbeth by Sean McLoughlin

London Shakespeare’s Globe is an Elizabethan playhouse on the south bank of the river Thames. It is the home by

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Thursday, May 7, 2020

Fifteen Years: Step by Step by Angela Tricarico

by Eric Ulloa …

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Friday, May 1, 2020

VIDEO: Iron & Wine Perform "Tree by the River" at The Kennedy Center

The Kennedy Center has released a new flashback video of Iron & Wine performing 'Tree By the River'!

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Thursday, April 30, 2020
Sunday, March 22, 2020

The Seven Streams of the River Ota review – magic in motion by Susannah Clapp

Lyttelton, LondonRobert Lepage’s extraordinary, seven-hour fusion of horror, romance and French farce made for a fitting final show before London’s theatres went into lockdown This was t…

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Friday, March 20, 2020

Review: Fireworks, Vault Festival by Alexandra Wilbraham

Review: Fireworks, Vault Festival4.0stars Heading up the stairs and along the walkway towards the river Thames and Charing Cross Station, you pass the south side of the Royal Festival Hall.…

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Review: The Seven Streams of the River Ota, National Theatre by Ryan Van Champion

Review: The Seven Streams of the River Ota, National Theatre5.0starsTheatre today is beginning to err more toward bitesize plays, accepting people’s shortening attention spans rather than …

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Monday, March 16, 2020

Robert Lepage’s Seven Streams of the River Ota reminds us what theatre is for

This seven-hour extravaganza dealing with the aftermath of Hiroshima asks questions that have rarely felt more urgent

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