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Original Broadway Production, 1921
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Sarah Hopfinger's PAIN AND I Returns to Scotland

Scotland-based Queer Disabled artist Sarah Hopfinger (she/her) will return with her award-winning performance Pain and I - a bold exploration that explores and celebrates the rich complexities of living with pain by asking, ‘what can pain teach us?’
Australian Theatre Festival NYC To Honor Caroline O'Connor And Producer Neil Gooding At 2023 Gala

Get ready for the Australian Theatre Festival NYC 2023 Fundraising Gala, honoring Broadway and West-End icon Caroline O'Connor and Producer Neil Gooding. Join in for an evening of performances and celebrations, showcasing Australian stories and artists in NYC. Tickets and tables are still available for purchase.
NOW Festival is Back at The Yard This April

NOW is back at The Yard with a month-long programme for the here and Now. Since 2014, NOW has supported, nurtured and showcased new ideas in theatre, supporting over 60 artists whose work has been presented internationally including Jules Cunningham, Rosana Cade & Ivor MacAskill and FK Alexander.
Lineup Announced For Fierce 25th Anniversary Festival In October

Fierce, the Birmingham biennial festival of international performance, has announced the programme for 2022 - it marks the biggest programme ever for Fierce, celebrating the Festival's 25th anniversary. The programme welcomes international artists from Tokyo to Rio de Janiro as well as from the West Midlands. It embraces the outlandish and the new, presenting over 20 fresh and feisty productions of the kind that the Festival has become acclaimed for.
BWW Interview: The Groundlings' Michael Churven Throws It All In To Keep Grounded in The U.S.A.

The Groundlings’ latest Friday/Saturday night show A GROUNDLING ON ELM STREET began previews back on The Groundlings stage live September 18, 2021. Had the chance to chat with one of The Groundlings hilarious company members, the always funny Michael Churven on his Groundlings history, his tendency to slip into his Australian drawl, and his Superman stint that kept Ed O’Neill breaking up.
BWW Review: THIRST TRAP, Fuel Theatre

Theatre reviews do not often start with a cardboard package, delivered late at night by a black lycra-clad bike courier. In modern parlance, a ‘thirst trap’ is an often sexually-charged photo, used on social media to entice a response, so I felt a level of trepidation when the box was opened to reveal multiple compartments containing a variety of items such as a thermometer, a candle and a sachet containing items for a post-show drink. Detailed instructions lead you to a QR code to stream the audio part of this immersive bathing experience.
National Sawdust Announces The Hildegard Commission Concert

Featuring the world premieres of three commissioned composers, Flannery Cunningham, Jimena Maldonado, and Sonja Mutić, this concert celebrates the composers of the Hildegard Commission; National Sawdust’s competition to support women, trans, and non-binary composers in the early stages of their careers.
Fuel Announces Autumn Season Of Work Including Digital and In Person Events

Fuel Director Kate McGrath has today announced a programme of work planned for autumn 2020. All the work will be presented with Covid-secure protocols in place and will range from performances in socially distanced venues, to outdoor spaces in housing estates and round bonfires, from digital tours to performances that can be enjoyed from the luxury of your own bathtub.
HOME, I'M DARLING Announced At MTC

Due to popular demand, Home, I'm Darling by Laura Wade has been extended until Saturday 29 February, with eight new performances added to the season.
Melbourne Theatre Company Presents HOME, I'M DARLING

Australian comedy legend Jane Turner (Kath & Kim) stars alongside Peter Paltos (Gloria), Nikki Shiels (Bloom), Toby Truslove (Utopia), Izabella Yena (Miss Fisher & the Crypt of Tears) and Susie Youssef (No Activity) in the Olivier Award-winning play, Home, I'm Darling, when it opens on Friday 24 January at Southbank Theatre.
Sophie Turner Will Star in New Quibi Series

Variety reports that Sansa Stark has taken her first television role outside of Westeros. Actress Sophie Turner will star with Corey Hawkins in a new Quibi series, 'Survive.'
WEIMAR BERLIN: BITTERSWEET METROPOLIS Comes to Southbank Centre

In September 2019, the Philharmonia Orchestra and Esa-Pekka Salonen present turbulent times with the second half of their series Weimar Berlin: Bittersweet Metropolis at Southbank Centre. This new series, which began in June, is an ambitious journey through the music, science and culture of a period of intense political turbulence and explosive creativity in Germany and beyond.
MTC's 2020 Season Revealed - FUN HOME, AS YOU LIKE IT, and More!

Melbourne Theatre Company Artistic Director & CEO Brett Sheehy today unveiled MTC's 2020 Season, a suite of plays that will ignite imaginations, challenge preconceptions and enrich lives throughout the country.
Steve Blackburn Brings New Solo Show To The Butterfly Club

Pianist/Vocalist Steve Blackburn (Fast Forward/Full Frontal) returns to The Butterfly Club with a new solo show of original songs skewering all things 'hip' in 2018.
Caroline Brazier to Replace Jane Turner in ACCIDENTAL DEATH OF AN ANARCHIST

Acclaimed Australian actress Caroline Brazier will replace Jane Turner in the role of the Superintendent in the Sydney Theatre Company production of Accidental Death of an Anarchist at the Drama Theatre, Sydney Opera House this September. Jane Turner has had to leave the production due to a change in her family circumstances. Her husband, John Denton, has taken up a new job as Secretary General of the International Chamber of Commerce (ICC) and the family will relocate to Paris.
The 17th Annual Bang On A Can Summer Music Festival at Mass MoCA Releases Schedule for July 2018

From July 12-28, 2018, the “relentlessly inventive” (New York Magazine) new music collective Bang on a Can collaborates with MASS MoCA to present the 17th annual Bang on a Can Summer Music Festival at MASS MoCA. The festival is a musical utopia for innovative musicians and adventurous listeners in the beautiful Berkshire Mountains of western Massachusetts, dedicated entirely to the creation, study, and performance of contemporary music. Featuring public performances, recitals, and lectures, the festival features over 60 cutting-edge composers and performers from around the globe, including over 42 fellows selected from a pool of more than 250 applicants from throughout the world. This year's featured guest composer is Steve Reich. MASS MoCA, 'a mind-blowing delight,' (New York Post) is one of the largest museums of contemporary art in the country, with exhibitions spaces dedicated to James Turrell, Laurie Anderson, Sol LeWitt, Anselm Kiefer and Jenny Holzer, as well as massive gallery spaces with exhibitions by Taryn Simon, Liz Glynn, Allison Janae Hamilton, and Rachel Howard among many others.
The 17th Annual Tribeca Film Festival Announces Short Film Lineup With Narrative, Documentary, & Animated Shorts

The 17th annual Tribeca Film Festival, presented by AT&T, today announced its lineup of 55 diverse and engaging short films in competition, including 29 world premieres. The selected shorts include a cross-section of international and U.S. filmmakers and were curated from a record 4,754 submissions. For the second year running, 40% of the selections are directed by female filmmakers. The short films will be presented in 10 distinct competition programs, which consist of five narrative, three documentary, one animation, and one hybrid program. The program will also include special screenings and the 12th annual Tribeca/ESPN Sports Film Festival, sponsored by Mohegan Sun. The Shorts Film program, sponsored by Nutella®, runs throughout the Festival, April 18-29.
Sydney Theatre Company Unveils 2018 Season

Sydney Theatre Company tonight unveils its 2018 Season, Kip Williams' first as Artistic Director.
Camden People's Theatre Plays ALL THE RIGHT NOTES

Camden People'sTheatre 's brand new festival All the Right Notes brings together trailblazing work from the place where theatre and live music meet: it's a festival featuring not only theatre-makers whose work is driven by live music, but music acts whose work is audaciously theatrical, programmed in partnership with DJ and journalist Joe Muggs. They meet in the middle, splicing for your delight the hothouse thrill of live music and the buzz of inventive contemporary theatre.
Camden People's Theatre Plays ALL THE RIGHT NOTES

Camden People'sTheatre 's brand new festival All the Right Notes brings together trailblazing work from the place where theatre and live music meet: it's a festival featuring not only theatre-makers whose work is driven by live music, but music acts whose work is audaciously theatrical, programmed in partnership with DJ and journalist Joe Muggs. They meet in the middle, splicing for your delight the hothouse thrill of live music and the buzz of inventive contemporary theatre.

Jane Turner FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How many Broadway shows has Jane Turner been in?

Jane Turner has appeared on Broadway in 1 shows.

How many West End shows has Jane Turner been in?

Jane Turner has not appeared in the West End.

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