Smokey Joe's Caf?
Playhouse on the Square (4/29 - 5/29)
May We All
Playhouse on the Square (1/21 - 2/20)
A Doll's House/ A Doll's House Pt. 2
The Circuit Playhouse (3/18 - 4/10)
Doubt, A Parable
Roxy Regional Theatre (11/15 - 11/23)
A Closer Walk with Patsy Cline
Playhouse on the Square (6/17 - 7/17)
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Everything these days seems to be ephemeral. With the attention span of a gnat, Americans lose interest faster than it took to write this sentence. Squirrel! Platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Tinder (swiping for love based on appearances alone) is ever-shortening society's ability to focus and appreciate longevity. With an insatiable appetite for newer and better, the world has embraced change for change's sake. Longevity is, ironically, a thing of the past. That's why it's beyond remarkable that Theatre Memphis is now celebrating its 100th Anniversary Season with the opening of HELLO, DOLLY! (Now through September 19th). 100 years of the Memphis community coming together to put on a show-that's quite a feat! Like a fine wine, Theatre Memphis seems to be just getting better and better with age. Not only have the production values increased immensely over the past few years, but the overall space itself has been infused with millions of dollars in gorgeous renovations. Everything seems to be peaking for TM at just the right time.
TN Shakespeare Co. Stages Free HENRY VI: Wars of the Roses
Tennessee Shakespeare Company launches its fifth annual Free Shakespeare Shout-Out Series on September 14 outdoors at Wiseacre Brewery’s Broad Avenue location with the regional premiere adaptation of William Shakespeare’s King Henry VI: The Wars of the Roses, generously sponsored by Evans/Petree, P.C.
BWW Review: DAYS OF RAGE at Playhouse On The Square
Photos: HELLO, DOLLY! Parades Into Theatre Memphis
Playhouse on the Square Welcomes Area Professionals to Networking Event
Playhouse On The Square to Present the Regional Premiere of THE LIFESPAN OF A FACT
HELLO, DOLLY! Opens Theatre Memphis 100th Season
Opera Memphis Announces New Hire and Promotion
Chattanooga Ballet Announces 2021-22 Season
TN Shakespeare Company Announces 14th Performance Season
Euan Morton Will Perform a Benefit Concert For the Jonesborough Repertory Theatre
AROUND THE BROADWAY WORLD
Robert Falls to Step Down as Goodman Theatre Artistic Director in Summer 2022
After more than three decades leading creative operations for one of America’s largest theaters, Tony Award-winner Robert Falls is ending his tenure as Artistic Director of Goodman Theatre. Today, Falls announced his intention to step down next summer at the completion of the current 2021/2022 Season.
Shoshana Bean, Jessie Mueller, Shayna Steele & More To Headline THE SETH CONCERT SERIES
Photos: First Look At Non-Replica WICKED in Hamburg
Road To Reopening: North Coast Repertory Resumes Performances With DANCING LESSONS
BroadwayWorld is checking in with theaters around the country as they prepare to reopen this summer. Next in our series we check in with North Coast Repertory's Artistic Director David Ellenstein.