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Mixed Blood Theatre's AN OCTOROON to Open Today
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2015

AN OCTOROON, which the New York Times proclaimed to be "this decade's most eloquent theatrical statement on race in America today," is a shrewdly awkward riff on The Octoroon, a 19th-century melodrama about illicit interracial love. A funny, disturbing, whirlwind of a play, AN OCTOROON riffs on the antebellum South as well as our present-day American selves, delves into the complexity of American identities and their unresolvable connection to our legacy of slavery and genocide, and perpetrates a full-blooded investigation of race and cultural politics. At the same time it is so theatrically mind-bending, funny, energetic, and demented, that it's impossible to Look Away. (more...)

AN OCTOROON, THE UPSTAIRS CONCIERGE Among Mixed Blood Theatre's 2015-16 Season
by BWW News Desk - Oct 15, 2015

Mixed Blood Theatre has inhabited the historic firehouse on the West Bank for 40 years and is celebrating its anniversary with the first phase of a major venue renovation, a revitalized commitment to its West Bank community, and an ambitious season of new work! (more...)

The Gamm to Present THE RANT
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2015

The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre(The Gamm) stages the New England premiere of The Rant by Andrew Case. Timely and gripping, this taut drama tells the story of the shooting of an unarmed black teenager through the eyes of the boy's grieving mother, a police officer, a journalist, and the investigator assigned to the case. Tyler Dobrowsky (Morality Play, The Big Meal) directs Gamm new-comers Kym Gomes and Nikki Massoud as the mother and investigator respectively; Amos Hamrick (Gbatokai in Festen) as the police officer, and Gamm Artistic Director Tony Estrella as the journalist. (more...)

Mary Kay Cause Champion Debby Ryan Challenges Teens To Stand Together Against Abuse
by BWW News Desk - Nov 5, 2015


Check Out Quotables from TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON 11/16 - 11/20
by TV News Desk - Nov 24, 2015

Below, check out quotables from NBC's THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON, November 16 – November 20 (more...)

MASTERCLASS 2 World Premiere and More Lead Newly Announced Old Fitz Theatre Season
by BWW News Desk - Nov 2, 2015

While 2015 at the Old Fitz Theatre was filled with high-octane plays, domestic settings and masculinity to boot, 2016 will expand the horizons of the intimate 63-seat space with a season dubbed as BIG. BOLD. BEAUTIFUL. Each show programmed is bigger, be it size of cast, size of ideas, size of story, or size of location, however the deeply honest and truthful performances that have become a trademark of the Old Fitz Theatre will remain at the core of the company's focus. (more...)

ONCE Cast Members Premiere Pilot Episode of Web Series MISS TERI; Launch Seed&Spark Campaign
by TV News Desk - Nov 11, 2015

Co-creators and ONCE cast members Erikka Walsh, Katrina Lenk, and Scott Stangland launch their Seed&Spark campaign for Season One of MISS TERI. The actor/musicians are set to film the remaining episodes in the spring of 2016. (more...)

BWW Recap: Everyone is an 'Oathbreaker' on GAME OF THRONES
by Jessica Naftaly - May 9, 2016

This week's episode of Game of Thrones aired on Mother's Day, perhaps as an ironic detail of seeding spread throughout the episode in the same vein that Tyrion killed Tywin in season 4 on Father's Day. The episode, entitled “Oathbreaker,” had it's share of deaths and gore, but seemingly shed light on three of our characters whom can be considered “oathbreakers” of sorts. (more...)

Matthew Broderick, Shirley MacLaine to Co-Star in Dramedy TV Series BETTYVILLE
by TV News Desk - May 5, 2016

Academy Award winner Shirley MacLaine and Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick will headline a new dramedy TV series for Paramount Television titled BETTYVILLE. (more...)

BWW Review: PAUL TAYLOR DANCE COMPANY at The Kennedy Center
by Frances Steiner - May 31, 2016

Paul Taylor is a trailblazer of modern dance. As one of the most important living American artists, sending his company to perform at The Kennedy Center in the nation's capital is fitting-his choreography is dance Americana. Taylor's company offered two alternating programs. Program B, performed on Thursday night and Saturday afternoon, showed the strengths of his choreography's captivating lines, precise musicality, and overall wit. (more...)

BWW Dance Interview: JELKO YURESHA Reflects On His Past and The Dancers of Today
by Juan Michael Porter II - May 23, 2016

At 78, Jelko Yuresha has come to resemble a lion in repose. I recognize him immediately as I enter the lobby -- I am early, he is even earlier -- and what strikes me more than his subtle smile is his eyes. They are the eyes of a man who retains a zest for life though it is evident that little amuses him. This comes as no surprise. After all, he has seen much and traveled far. As we begin the dance of exchanging pleasantries, it becomes apparent that behind the guise of a charming gentlemen I am speaking to the dance version of James Bond -- as played by Sean Connery. (more...)

BWW Review: GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING at Quality Hill Playhouse
by Alan Portner - May 2, 2016

shares new life into Roberts & Hammerstein tunes (more...)

S-Curve Records to Release Leslie Odom Jr.'s Debut Album Next Month
by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2016

On the heels of receiving a Tony nomination for best lead actor in a musical for his outstanding role as Aaron Burr in the Broadway phenomenon Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr. will soon show fans his vocal prowess in another musical setting, the recording studio, when his superb self-titled debut album of jazz classics, LESLIE ODOM JR., is released June 10 on S-Curve Records. (more...)

BWW Review: Nancy Palk Shines in THE TESTAMENT OF MARY
by Jason Carlos - May 19, 2016

The Bible features parables, stories and encounters of the life and trials of Jesus and his disciples; but a figure who is so prominent in that story - his mother, Mary, only speaks four times. Her role as a matriarch is often silent, and the Aaron Willis-directed THE TESTAMENT OF MARY, now playing at the Young Centre for the Performing Arts, explores what Mary would say if she could have said more. The play, by Colm Toibin (based on his 2012 novella of the same name) looks at the life and death of Jesus from the perspective of Mary - through the eyes of a traumatized and grieving woman and mother. The 70-minute solo performance is a star-vehicle for Nancy Palk who embraces this challenging, trying and controversial role. (more...)

SHINING CITY, Starring Matthew Broderick, Starts Tonight at Irish Rep
by BWW News Desk - May 17, 2016

A friendly reminder! Previews begin tonight for Irish Repertory Theatre's production of Conor McPherson's acclaimed play SHINING CITY, starring two-time Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick. Directed by Ciaran O'Reilly, SHINING CITY also features Billy Carter (The Weir, Port Authority), Lisa Dwan (the acclaimed Beckett Trilogy), and James Russell (Port Authority, Juno and the Paycock). (more...)

INNVER VOICES to Play Old Fitz Theatre
by BWW News Desk - May 10, 2016

Don't Look Away in association with Red Line Productions at the Old Fitz is presenting Louis Nowra's Inner Voices. This marks the first time the play will be presented in Sydney since its premiere almost four decades ago at the Nimrod Theatre in a production directed by John Bell and featuring Tony Sheldon, Jane Harders, Bill Conn and Robert Alexander. (more...)

Investigation Discovery Announces New & Returning Programming at 2016 Upfront
by TV News Desk - Mar 31, 2016

Investigation Discovery (ID), America's leading mystery and suspense network and the #1 network for women 25-54 in cable season-to-date, today announced a powerful new slate of world premiere programming for the 2016-17 upfront season (more...)

KC Rep to Host New Works Festival at Copaken Stage, 4/23-5/22
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2016

Marissa Wolf, Kansas City Repertory Theatre's Director of New Works, today announced additional programing and dates for KC Rep's new play festival, Origin KC. Origin KC offers audiences a unique experience to engage with the process of creating theater, and gives emerging and established writers the resources to develop plays for future seasons at KC Rep and beyond. (more...)

Two-Time ACM Nominee Kelsea Ballerini Lends Her Voice At Mary Kay Global Day Of Beauty
by BWW News Desk - Mar 15, 2016


Review Roundup: BLACKBIRD, Starring Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams, Opens on Broadway - All the Reviews!
by Review Roundups - Mar 10, 2016

Opening night is tonight, March 10, for David Harrower's BLACKBIRD, the Olivier Award-winning drama starring Jeff Daniels and Michelle Williams, and directed by Joe Mantello. BLACKBIRD is playing at the Belasco Theatre (111 West 44th Street) for an 18-week limited engagement through June 11, 2016. Let's see what the critics had to say... (more...)

SHINING CITY, Starring Matthew Broderick, Opens Tonight at Irish Rep
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2016

A friendly reminder! Previews begin tonight for Irish Repertory Theatre's production of Conor McPherson's acclaimed play SHINING CITY, starring two-time Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick. Directed by Ciaran O'Reilly, SHINING CITY also features Billy Carter (The Weir, Port Authority), Lisa Dwan (the acclaimed Beckett Trilogy), and James Russell (Port Authority, Juno and the Paycock). (more...)

Garmin unveils the power of Lenexa: an infotainment system focused on physical controls
by BWW News Desk - Jun 7, 2016


Scoop: GREATEST HITS on ABC - Thursday, July 14, 2016
by - Jun 27, 2016

Get all the scoop on GREATEST HITS, airing on ABC on Thursday, July 14, 2016! (more...)

BWW Review: MSMT's A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING (and Dancing) Lives Up To Its Name
by Carla Maria Verdino-Sllwold - Jun 21, 2016

Maine State Music Theatre continues its impressive 2016 lineup of shows with two performances on June 20, 2016, of A Grand Night for Singing, a musical revue conceived by Walter Bobbie to showcase the glorious songs of Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein II. Directed and choreographed by Curt Dale Clark with tap choreography by Raymond Marc Dumont, the revue features a sixteen-member cast of young professionals drawn from the intern company and local Maine performers, who turn in a performance that offers not only grand singing and dancing, but also speaks to the huge reservoirs of talent that MSMT is proud to possess. The original 1993 twenty-seven song revue skillfully weaves together a wide range of Rodgers and Hammerstein's works in arrangements by Fred Wells (and lovely orchestrations by Michael Gibson and Jonathan Tunick) from both their smash hits like Oklahoma, Carousel, South Pacific, The Sound of Music, The King and I, and Cinderella, as well as gems from lesser-known shows like Allegro, State Fair, Flower Drum Song, and Pipe Dream. Patrick Fanning serves as MSMT's Music Director, conducting the wealth of melodic material with elan, delicious detail, and nuance and eliciting from the young cast lyrical and idiomatic renditions of beloved sings such as 'We Kiss in a Shadow,' 'Maria,' 'If I Loved You,' and 'This Nearly Was Mine' or upbeat numbers like 'Honey Bun' and 'Oh, What a Beautiful Morning!' The dynamically staged and imaginatively choreographed production by MSMT's Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark - with a dazzling, intricate tap number created by Raymond Marc Dumont for 'Kansas City' - is brimming with class, warmth, and humor. Clark inspires the cast to bring to their music and vignettes an infectious and embracing energy, an eloquence of emotion spiced with mischievous moments. His pacing is brisk, and he effectively builds a lively sense of character and communication among the cast members, who share their enthusiasm with the public, even interacting on several occasions with the audience in the house. By retooling the contexts of many of the songs, he is able to add a contemporary and universal touch to their appeal. Most of all, he helps these young artists find and share the timeless heart in this treasure trove of American musical theatre. Using the bare bones of the Ghost set makes for a minimal but attractive decor. The characterful casual and subsequently elegantly formal costumes by Travis S. Grant are carefully chosen for their complementary pastel hues; the kinetic lighting by Heather Reynolds and a well-balanced sound design by Nate Dickson contribute to making this revue offers a feast for eyes and ears. Working seamlessly as an ensemble, the youthful cast gives their all both in the big production numbers and in focused solos, amply illustrating the meaning of the musical theatre term 'triple threat.' They sing beautifully; they dance with technical aplomb, and they act with irresistible charm. Moreover, each and every one of them knows how to interpret a song - to make it more than a lyrical moment. Each has several occasions to shine, and Clark and Dumont have skillfully mined their individual strengths. Among the many highlights are a perky rendition of 'Surrey with the Fringe on Top' (Eric Berry-Sandelin, Katie Whittemore, Cameron Wright, Rachel Grindle, Hugh Cipparone, Berkley Jones), inspired vocal interpretations of 'If I Loved You (Jennifer Kennedy), 'It Might As Well Be Spring' (Berkely Jones)'This Nearly Was Mine,'(Matthew LaBerge), a smoldering account of 'Maria' (Alex Drost), a romantic 'We Kiss in a Shadow' (Giovanni DiGabrieli), a winsome 'All At Once' (Marty Lauter, Cipparone), and a single verse in 'Love Look Away' to bring tears to the eyes (Lauter), a feisty 'Stepsisters' Lament,' (Ali Sarnacchiaro, Haley Ostir, Megan Flynn), a spirited 'I Can't Say No' (Molly Keane-Dreyer, Kennedy), and a witty 'The Gentleman Is A Dope' (Alex Drost, Kyle Laing, Ostir, DiGabrieli, Lauter). The numerous ensemble numbers are enhanced by the strong camaraderie and chemistry among the players, making for some memorable comic and romantic moments such as the women's septet in sunny 'Wash That Man' and the men's octet in a plaintive 'Love Look Away.' The choreography is expressive, lyrical, and catchy by turns - ranging from ballet and modern to jazz and tap - with such numbers as the sweeping polka of 'Shall We Dance?' or the dueling tap in 'Kansas City' garnering special attention. Special mention to Berkely Jones, Marty Lauter, and Kyle Laing for their dance solos and impressive technique. To spend an evening with these magnificent Rodgers and Hammerstein classics makes it impossible not to take away a renewed appreciation for their geniuses and a love of their legacy. But A Grand Night for Singing does something else as well. It proves to be one more piece of evidence that MSMT is truly, as its catchphrase promises, 'Bringing Broadway to Brunswick.' Photos courtesy of MSMT, Roger S.Duncan, potographer Evita which begins on June 29 - July 16 at the Pickard Theater, 1 Bath Rd., Brunswick, ME, on Monday, June 20 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. For tickets call box office at 207-725-8769 or visit online at (more...)

HAMILTON's Leslie Odom, Jr. Coming to Lesher Center for the Arts in July
by BWW News Desk - Jun 2, 2016

Feinstein's at the Nikko and The Lesher Center for the Arts will present Grammy Award winner and Tony Award-nominated star of Hamilton, Leslie Odom, Jr., for one performance only - Saturday, July 23 at 8 p.m. - at The Lesher Center for the Arts (1601 Civic Dr., Walnut Creek). (more...)

BWW Review: M.A.D. Theatre of Tampa's Edgy CABARET Is More Pertinent Now Than Ever
by Peter Nason - Jun 19, 2016

Aaron Castle as the Emcee and Lauren Buglioli as Sally Bowles shine in this memorable, devastating show. (more...)

Celebrate Leslie Odom, Jr.'s Album Release at Barnes & Noble 7/11
by Contests - Broadway - Jul 8, 2016

Multifaceted performer Leslie Odom, Jr. can currently be seen on Broadway starring as 'Aaron Burr' in the blockbuster hit musical, 'Hamilton.' He is a Grammy Award-winner as a principal soloist on Hamilton's Original Broadway Cast Recording, which won the 2015 award for Best Musical Theater Album. Odom, Jr. made his Broadway debut at the age of 17 in 'Rent,' before heading to Carnegie Mellon University's prestigious School of Drama. (more...)

HAMILTON's Leslie Odom Jr. Set for Residency at The McKittrick Hotel
by BWW News Desk - Jul 7, 2016

Grammy and Tony-winning star of Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr., will headline a concert residency at The McKittrick Hotel's intimate Manderley Bar for three consecutive Thursday nights beginning July 14, 2016 in support of his recently-released self-titled debut solo album of jazz classics. (more...)

BWW Review: FINI DANCE FESTIVAL Parties La Via Italiana
by Juan Michael Porter II - Jul 26, 2016

Though it was hot and muggy on the evening of July 24th, 2016, the jam-packed audience at Manhattan Movement & Arts Center was grinning agog like newly minted parents infatuated with their brood. The cause: a troupe of adorable bambine from Staten Island Ballet performing Ellen Tharp's 'Tarantella'. Though only one of these girls was delivering the movement nel modo Italiano, they were all so lively with their tambourine strikes and hops that even the most curmudgeonly of audience members applauded with gusto. (more...)

BWW REVIEW: Tamara Tunie in AMERICAN SON at Barrington Stage Company
by Justin J Sacramone - Jul 17, 2016

Kendra Ellis-Connor is living every mother's worst nightmare. Her son is missing. It's now four o'clock in the morning and she's at the police station trying to get answers. The officer working the nightshift is useless, her ex-husband isn't picking up his phone and the speculations are beginning to consume her. Her son's disappearance and the station's lack of information raise questions. Kendra has a hunch why. Both she and her son are black. American Son, a new play by Christopher Demos-Brown which ran at the Barrington Stage Company from June 17 through July 9, 2016 is a turbulent parable of America's systemic racism. (more...)

Photo Flash: HAMILTON's Leslie Odom Jr. Kicks Off Residency at The McKittrick Hotel
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2016

Leslie Odom Jr. kicked off his late-night residency at The McKittrick Hotel last night, July 14, featuring a special surprise guest appearance by fellow Grammy winner Ledisi, who performed a duet with Leslie of her hit song 'Alright.' Scroll down for photos from the concert! (more...)

HAMILTON's Leslie Odom Jr. Kicks Off Residency at The McKittrick Hotel
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2016

Grammy and Tony-winning star of Hamilton, Leslie Odom Jr., will headline a concert residency at The McKittrick Hotel's intimate Manderley Bar for three consecutive Today nights beginning tonight, July 14, 2016 in support of his recently-released self-titled debut solo album of jazz classics. (more...)

Photo Coverage: Burr's Back! Tony Winner Leslie Odom, Jr. Celebrates the Release of His New Album!
by Jennifer Broski - Jul 12, 2016

Just yesterday, Tony-winner Leslie Odom, Jr. celebrated the release of his self-titled album at the Barnes and Noble at 86th & Lexington Ave, where he performed from the album and met with fans. BroadwayWorld brings you photos from the special day below! (more...)

BWW Opinion: How Do You React To Psychological Cruelty Shown On Stage?
by Gary Naylor - Jan 9, 2016

Gary Naylor questions whether how we should react to the portrayal of mental suffering on stage and whether the time has come to consider it as the equivalent of the infliction of physical suffering. (more...)

BWW Review: GREY GARDENS, Southwark Playhouse, January 7 2016
by Gary Naylor - Jan 8, 2016

Gary Naylor sees the well executed European premiere of a musical based on a cult classic movie, but is left ill at ease about its content. (more...)

New Hampshire Theatre Project to Present THE CRUCIBLE
by BWW News Desk - Jan 4, 2016

New Hampshire Theatre Project explores New England's own horror story through Arthur Miller's classic allegory The Crucible. Miller wrote The Crucible to protest against McCarthyism and the persecution of all things 'un-American, comparing two periods in American history when a mass hysteria of paranoia blamed all of society's ills on one generalized 'evil' - witches in he 1690's and Communists in the 1950's. But we have seen this happen over and over throughout history; the Japanese internments during WWII are a perfect example. This is what makes Miller's play relevant to every succeeding generation, including our own. (more...)

BWW Review: THE NETHER at Areas Stage
by Roger Martin - Jan 21, 2016

There's an extraordinary, unsettling play right now at Area Stage, permeating the theatre with the aura of unforgivable sin. (more...)

AMERICAN PSYCHO to Begin Broadway Performances 3/24; Full Cast Announced
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2016

AMERICAN PSYCHO, the American premiere of a new musical based on the novel by Bret Easton Ellis -- which celebrates the 25th anniversary of its publication this March -- will begin performances on Broadway at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre. (more...)

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by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2016


TheatreSquared Artistic Director's FAULT Premieres Tonight
by BWW News Desk - Feb 5, 2016

Tonight, February 5, TheatreSquared will open performances of FAULT, the newest work by T2 Artistic Director Robert Ford (Look Away, The Spiritualist, My Father's War). Drama Desk Award-winner Josh Hecht directs the world premiere production. (more...)

Guest Blog: Oh!'s Mariam Khalili On Rossini's LA CENERENTOLA
by Guest Blogger: Mariam Khalili - Feb 5, 2016

LA CENERENTOLA is an opera Oh! has been waiting for. It's our 20th anniversary season, and we chose to present a diverse selection of works. (more...)

Reality TV Show Addresses Controversial 'Gay for Pay' Porn Industry
by BWW News Desk - Feb 24, 2016


THE BLOOD ON MY HANDS Memoir is Released
by BWW News Desk - Feb 23, 2016

SYDNEY, Feb. 19, 2016 /PRNewswire/ Author Shannon O'Leary announced today that her memoir, The Blood on My Hands , is now available for purchase. (more...)

Former Victim of Domestic Violence Releases SHARE THIS JOURNAL
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2016

BEACON, N.Y., Feb. 14, 2016 /PRNewswire/ Great story to coincide with National Random Acts of Kindness Week February 14-20, 2016. (more...)

Matthew Broderick to Star in Revival of Conor McPherson's SHINING CITY
by BWW News Desk - Apr 7, 2016

The Irish Repertory Theatre has announced that Conor McPherson's acclaimed play SHINING CITY, starring two-time Tony Award-winner Matthew Broderick, will inaugurate its newly renovated theater, located at 132 West 22nd Street. (more...)

BWW Review: City of Fairfax Theatre Company Fearlessly Takes on WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF?
by Barbara Johnson - Apr 25, 2016

Edward Albee's WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? has long been considered an American masterpiece, with some of the best dialogue in the history of drama. The current production by the City of Fairfax Theatre Company, directed by Ed Zakreski, presents this classic material with startling effectiveness. (more...)

BWW Review: Wilbury Group Slays with MURDER BALLAD
by Andria Tieman - Apr 19, 2016

At its core, MURDER BALLAD is a simple and timeless story of a love triangle (or quadrangle) gone wrong.  What makes this show so fresh and compelling, is the fantastic addition of catchy, funny, heartfelt songs and the excellent direction of Wendy Overly and set design of Josh Christofferson.  Wilbury Theatre Group is quickly developing a reputation for staging exciting and fresh musicals, and Murder Ballad is no exception. (more...)

KC Rep's New Works Festival Begins 4/23
by BWW News Desk - Apr 14, 2016

Marissa Wolf, Kansas City Repertory Theatre's Director of New Works, today announced additional programing and dates for KC Rep's new play festival, Origin KC. Origin KC offers audiences a unique experience to engage with the process of creating theater, and gives emerging and established writers the resources to develop plays for future seasons at KC Rep and beyond. (more...)

BWW Review: GORED - the True and Deadly Story of a Bullfighter
by Marakay Rogers - Apr 14, 2016

Antonio Barrera has a chilling statistic: he's the most-gored matador of modern times. What drives a man into the bull ring knowing he's chancing death regularly? And what happens when he retires from it? (more...)

Cast, Directors Announced for Gate Theatre's World Premiere of THE IPHIGENIA QUARTET
by BWW News Desk - Apr 1, 2016

Artistic Director Christopher Haydon today announces full casting for the world premiere of The Iphigenia Quartet which includes Agamemnon, written by Caroline Bird and directed by Christopher Haydon; Chorus, written by Chris Thorpe and directed by Elayce Ismail; Iphigenia by Suhayla El-Bushra and directed by Rebecca Hill and Clytemnestra by Lulu Raczka and directed by Jennifer Tang. In Agamemnon, Andrew French plays Agamemnon, Nigel Barratt plays Menelaus, Sharon Duncan-Brewster plays Clytemnestra and Louise McMenemy plays Messenger. The cast of Agamemnon will all play Voice in Chorus. In Iphigenia and Clytemnestra, Shannon Tarbet plays Iphigenia and Maid, Susie Trayling plays Clytemnestra and Professor, Dwane Walcott plays Achilles and Soldier and Anthony Barclay plays Agamemnon and Director. The Iphigenia Quartet opens at the Gate Theatre, on 3 May, with previews from 23 April, until 21 May. Agamemnon and Clytemnestra will play in rep with Iphigenia and Chorus as part of Nuclear: A Season about the Family. (more...)

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