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Burning Coal Theatre Presents New Immersive Play ACCORD(ING)

Through zoom auditions, an extended one-on-one rehearsal process, and multiple evolutions of the original production to incorporate CDC safety guidelines, ACCORD(ing) successfully opened June 17th at Burning Coal Theatre with a limited run through June 28th.
Burning Coal Theatre Company Presents Second Show In WAIT TIL YOU SEE THIS! 2020

Burning Coal Theatre Company has announced the first of its three 2020 Wait Til You See This! Second Stage series of plays to be presented at the Murphey School in Raleigh, June 3 a?" 21, 2020.  Burning Coal Theatre Company will present the world-premiere of ACCORD(ing) an immersive play created by SoundlingLine Arts and TEA Creative. Performance dates are June 3, 12, 18 and 20 at 7:30 pm, Saturday, June 6 at 2 pm, Sunday, June 7 at 5 pm and Sunday June 14 at 2 pm. The theatre is located at 224 Polk Street, Raleigh, NC 27604.  Tickets are available now at 919.834.4001 or at https://burningcoal.org/secondstage/.  All tickets for all performances are $15.
John Gould Rubin to Direct World Premiere at HERE

The Private Theatre, in association with TEA Creative, is pleased to present the world premiere theatre event Rocco, Chelsea, Adriana, Sean, Claudia, Gianna, Alex, created by Vieve Radha Price and John Gould Rubin.
ABSOLUTELY FILTHY and More Among FringeNYC's 2012 Overall Excellence Award Winners

Winners of the 2012 FringeNYC Overall Excellence Awards were announced by festival Producing Artistic Director Elena K. Holy during a brief ceremony at The Cutting Room in New York.
APRIL'S FOOL to Play FringeNYC, 8/9-24

New York Hamlet Productions has announced the world premiere of April's Fool, a new play by Kelly McAllister, directed by Bronwen Carson. Performances will take place at The Connelly Theater, 220 East 4th St on SAT 8/9 4:15 - 6:15, SUN 8/17 6:30 - 8:30, WED 8/20 2:00 - 4:00, FRI 8/22 9:30 - 11:30 and SUN 8/24 NOON - 2:00
GTT's Choreographer's Canvas Set for 5/2

The Group Theatre Too (GTT) presents its seventh annual Choreographer's Canvas, a one- night event featuring the works of over fifteen established and emerging choreographers from around the country. The Canvas, headed by GTT Executive Producer Justin Boccitto, will play at the Manhattan Movement and Arts Center Friday, May 2nd and showcase many styles of dance including tap, ballet, jazz, hip-hop, contemporary, theatre dance, aerial and this year bellydancing. For the past 6 years the Canvas has presented over 75 choreographers, giving opportunity to over 500 dancers performing to sold-out houses. The event is sponsored by Broadway Dance Center, Capezio, Manhattan Movement and the Society of Directors and Choreographers as well as numerous arts philanthropists.
Articulate Theatre Presents DRAGON as Part of Planet Connections, Now thru 6/17

Articulate Theatre Company has announced the NYC premiere production of Jenny Connell Davis' DRAGON, directed by Cat Parker. DRAGON will play a limited engagement as part of the 4th Annual Planet Connection Theatre Festivity at the Robert Moss Theatre (440 Lafayette St., 3rd Floor). Performances begin tonight, May 29 and continue through Monday, June 17.
Articulate Theatre to Present DRAGON as Part of Planet Connections, 5/29-6/17

Articulate Theatre Company has announced the NYC premiere production of Jenny Connell Davis' DRAGON, directed by Cat Parker. DRAGON will play a limited engagement as part of the 4th Annual Planet Connection Theatre Festivity at the Robert Moss Theatre (440 Lafayette St., 3rd Floor). Performances begin Wednesday, May 29 and continue through Monday, June 17.
BWW Interviews: Bronwen Carson - Acting for Dancers

It is a common stigma that dancers 'can't act.' Acting coach, director, and choreographer, Bronwen Carson, tells BWW why it is so important for dancers to hone their acting skills in order to have meaningful and lasting careers in the performing arts.
Review - Playing With Fire

The latest addition to the growing genre of stage adaptations of plays by the great masters that scale their sources down to a collection of indecipherable scenes that are just trying their darndest to be erotic is Playing With Fire, The Private Theatre's environmental/multi-media combo that is rumored to have something to do with August Strindberg.
Review - Kritzer Girl?

So it was just announced that top shelf musical comedy performer Leslie Kritzer will be joining the cast of NEWSical on the same night Perez Hilton joins the cast.  I wonder…  Will this nationally known entertainment blogger be so impressed by the audaciously funny girl with the thrilling belt that he starts mentioning to his countless readers how sublime she'd be starring in a certain Fanny Brice bio-musical?  (With him as Nick, of course!)
The Private Theatre Presents PLAYING WITH FIRE, Now thru 8/24

The team that brought you 2010's heralded site-specific production of Hedda Gabler will present a multi-media version of Strindberg's Playing with Fire, directed by John Gould Rubin, co-conceived by Shane Bly Killoran and adapted by Royston Coppenger, beginning tonight, August 17 at an exclusive location at 189 Chrystie Street. The Private Theatre's fiery production will run through Friday, August 24.
The Private Theatre Presents PLAYING WITH FIRE, 8/17-24

The team that brought you 2010's heralded site-specific production of Hedda Gabler will present a multi-media version of Strindberg's Playing with Fire, directed by John Gould Rubin, co-conceived by Shane Bly Killoran and adapted by Royston Coppenger, beginning Friday, August 17 at an exclusive location at 189 Chrystie Street.
The Private Theatre Presents PLAYING WITH FIRE, 8/17-24

The team that brought you 2010's heralded site-specific production of Hedda Gabler will present a multi-media version ofStrindberg's Playing with Fire, directed by John Gould Rubin, co-conceived by Shane Bly Killoran and adapted by Royston Coppenger, beginning Friday, August 17 at an exclusive location at 189 Chrystie Street.
T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre Presents JACK'S BACK! World Premiere, Now thru 6/24

JACK'S BACK!, a world premiere musical with book by Elmer L. Kline w/ Lee Cardini & Tom Herman and music/lyrics by Tom Herman, will be directed by John Gould Rubin for T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre May 9-24.
T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre Presents JACK'S BACK! World Premiere, 5/9-6/24

JACK'S BACK!, a world premiere musical with book by Elmer L. Kline w/ Lee Cardini & Tom Herman and music/lyrics by Tom Herman, will be directed by John Gould Rubin for T. Schreiber Studio & Theatre May 9-24.
Photo Flash: TWO DAYS 'TIL DAWN Continues to Run Through 6/25

Two Days 'til Dawn stars Anthony Ames, Mary Monahan, Geoffrey Pomeroy and Jillian K. Waters. The show is centered around a troubled novelist, who seeks advice from his hallucinations -- who happen to be ghosts of historic literary figures. These muses come in the form of Zelda Fitzgerald, Lord Byron and Alice Liddell, who straddle the line between reality and dream. Costume Designer/Assistant Director is Crys Huyett. Set Designer is Samantha Shoffner. Sound Designer is Benjamin Danielowski. Lighting Designers are Jane Slade and Tracy Wertheimer. Choreographer is Bronwen Carson.
TWO DAYS 'TIL DAWN Plays Gene Frankel Theatre June 8

Two Days ‘til Dawn, a new play by Tyler Ham Pong, deals with a writer who is searching for inspiration, but ultimately finds madness as he encounters the ghosts of historic literary figures.
Photo Flash: Stroman, Osnes, et al. at Astaire Awards After Party

The 29th Annual Fred & Adele Astaire Awards, hosted by Bebe Neuwirth and Lee Roy Reams at the magnificent Skirball Center for The Performing Arts at NYU once again honored excellence in dance and choreography on Broadway and in film. Susan Stroman took top honors for Best Choreographer on Broadway in a field of nine nominees for her stunning work in 'The Scottsboro Boys'. It was a record breaking 5th Astaire Award for the 5 time Tony Award and 5 time Drama Desk winner. Two time Tony Award Winner Bebe Neuwirth presented the award to Ms. Stroman. Sutton Foster star of 'Anything Goes' took home her second Astaire for Best Female Dancer on Broadway for her rousing performance as 'Reno Sweeney'. Her first Astaire was for 'Thoroughly Modern Millie'. Desmond Richardson, Tony nominee for 'Fosse' and co-founder and co-artistic director of Complexions Contemporary Ballet presented the award to Ms. Sutton. First timer Norbert Leo Butz star of 'Catch Me if You Can' took the prize for Best Male Dancer on Broadway presented by Tony and Drama Desk winner Karen Ziemba . Australia's Graeme Murphy and Janet Vernon won the Astaire for Excellence in Choreography in Film for their breathtaking dances in 'Mao's Last Dancer' presented by Tony Award winner Bill Irwin. Legendary dancer, choreographer, teacher and founder of the National Dance Institute Jacques d'Amboise received the Douglas Watt Lifetime Achievement Award named for the late drama critic and co-founder of the Award with Fred Astaire. Following a major tribute in dance including a brilliant performance by NYCB's Russell Janzen of a piece from the ballet 'Who Cares' created by George Balanchine and first danced by d'Amboise; an exuberant performance of 'Shall We Dance' by d'Amboise's students at the National Dance Institute and praiseful introductions by Len Cariou, Charlotte & Christopher d'Amboise, Brian Stokes Mitchell presented the award to Mr. d'Amboise.
Photo Coverage: Radcliffe, Foster & More at the 2011 Fred & Adele Astaire Awards

Yesterday, May 15, the 2011 Fred and Adele Astaire Awards were held at the Skirball Center for the Performing Arts at NYU. The Fred & Adele Astaire Awards afe the only awards to recognize excellence in dance & choreography on Broadway and in film. On hand to celebrate were some of Broadway and film's greatest talents including Daniel Radcliffe, Benjamin Millepied, Sutton Foster, Christie Brinkley, Bebe Neuwirth, Lee Roy Reams, Ava Astaire, Norbert Leo Butz, Aaron Tveit, Len Cariou, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Bill Irwin, Maurice Hines, Christine Andreas, Karen Ziemba, Nick Adams, Kathleen Marshall, Desmond Richardson, Young Dancers from the National Dance Institute, Douglas Watt Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Jacques d'Amboise and more.

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