Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012

Below is BroadwayWorld.com's Upcoming Events calendar updated on 12/8/2012. For the complete calendar of upcoming events, concerts, openings, closings and more, visit BroadwayWorld.com's Event Calendar.

Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012Jackie Hoffman Will Reprise A CHANUKAH CHAROL at New World Stages - 12/8/2012


Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012Arturo Chacon-Cruz and Ailyn Perez Lead Florida Grand Opera's LA BOHEME - 12/8/2012


Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Closes A SUMMER DAY - 12/8/2012

Rattlestick Playwrights Theater Artistic Director David Van Asselt and Managing Director Brian Long have announced that the American premiere of A Summer Day, a play written by Jon Fosse (International Ibsen Award in 2010), and directed and translated by Sarah Cameron Sunde, will extend through Saturday, December 8.


Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012LAByrinth Theater Company's RADIANCE Extends Through 12/8 - 12/8/2012

LAByrinth Theater Company's (Co-Artistic Directors Stephen Adly Guirgis, Mimi O'Donnell, Yul Vazquez and Managing Director, Danny Feldman), has announced the World Premiere production of Radiance, written by Cusi Cram and directed by Suzanne Agins, will extend at the Bank Street Theater (155 Bank Street).


Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012Science Fiction Festival Hosts NY Premiere of NINJAS VS.MONSTERS - 12/8/2012

The first Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival is pleased to announce that they will host the New York premiere of Justin Timpane's NINJAS VS.MONSTERS, the concluding chapter of the Ninjas trilogy.


Coming Up This Week in Theatre - 12/8/2012THE LION KING Special Exhibit in Bryant Park Opens Workshops - 12/8/2012

‘Inside The Lion King,' the first immersive, pop-up exhibit ever created for a Broadway show, arrives adjacent to Bryant Park, on 42nd Street and Avenue of the Americas, for a limited time to celebrate 15 years of The Lion King in New York City. More than 65 million people have experienced The Lion King, but never before like this. In this free exhibit, fans of all ages will experience and interact with 86 museum-quality artifacts including hand-made puppets, sculpted masks, elaborate artisan costumes and extraordinary sets that have appeared in productions from around the world.




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