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Sue Cremin, David Furr, Jesse Green, Simon Jones, Lenny Wolpe, Michael Muston, Robert Photo

Sue Cremin, David Furr, Jesse Green, Simon Jones, Lenny Wolpe, Michael Muston, Robert Stanton, Jordan Coughtry, Lindsay Torrey, Reed Birney, Andrea Marcovicci, Cady Huffman, Emily Skinner and Steven Skybell are joined by Director David Staller

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06/21/2011
Michael Musto and Jesse Green Photo

Michael Musto and Jesse Green

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06/21/2011
Rufus Collins, A.J. Shively, Hannah Cabell, Charlotte Parry, Richard Easton, Evan Tho Photo

Rufus Collins, A.J. Shively, Hannah Cabell, Charlotte Parry, Richard Easton, Evan Thompson, Jesse Green Jayne Houdyshell, Diane Stilwell Weinberg, Marilyn Sokol and Ruth Leon and joined by director David Staller

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03/29/2011
David Staller and Jesse Green (NY Magazine) Photo

David Staller and Jesse Green (NY Magazine)

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Jesse Green News

Review Roundup: LEOPOLDSTADT Opens on Broadway Photo Review Roundup: LEOPOLDSTADT Opens on Broadway
by Review Roundups - Oct 2, 2022

The critics are weighing in on Leopoldstadt, Tom Stoppard's Olivier Award-winning Best New Play, directed by two-time Tony Award nominee Patrick Marber. The new play opens on Broadway tonight, Sunday, October 2 at the Longacre Theatre.

Review Roundup: Critics Return to FUNNY GIRL, Starring Lea Michele- Updating Live! Photo Review Roundup: Critics Return to FUNNY GIRL, Starring Lea Michele- Updating Live!
by Review Roundups - Sep 28, 2022

New York theatre critics got their first taste of Funny Girl when it opened on Broadway this past spring, starring Beanie Feldstein. Now the show has a new Fanny Brice in Lea Michele and a new Mrs. Brice in Tovah Feldshuh, and the critics are weighing in once more. 

 Lottery Announced For DEAR EVAN HANSEN in Detroit Photo Lottery Announced For DEAR EVAN HANSEN in Detroit
by Stephi Wild - Sep 21, 2022

¬†Dear Evan Hansen¬†comes to Detroit‚Äôs Fisher Theatre September 27 ‚Äď October 9, 2022. In advance of the start of performances, the production announced that it will host a digital ticket lottery offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance.

Kelli O'Hara, Deborah S. Craig & More to Celebrate the Late Broadway Legend Mary Rodg Photo Kelli O'Hara, Deborah S. Craig & More to Celebrate the Late Broadway Legend Mary Rodgers at Symphony Space
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 9, 2022

Symphony Space will present an evening exploring late Broadway legend Mary Rodgers and her just-published memoir Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers on September 18. 

PS21 Chatham Season Closing Celebration Makes For A Wildly Unique Labor Day Weekend,  Photo PS21 Chatham Season Closing Celebration Makes For A Wildly Unique Labor Day Weekend, September 2-4
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 24, 2022

Philippe Quesne's Farm Fatale and The Moles alongside Compagnie Galmae/Juhyung Lee's participatory installation C'est Pas Là , C'est Par Là are highlights of PS21 PATHWAYS: Blazing Trails to a Sustainable Future, a multi-disciplinary public initiative of free and affordable performances, arts and environmental education workshops and encounters, circus and processional arts, participatory activities, and installations designed for the local community, with influences from around the world.

Review Roundup: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC At Barrington Stage Starring Emily Skinner, Jaso Photo Review Roundup: A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC At Barrington Stage Starring Emily Skinner, Jason Danieley, Sierra Boggess, and More
by Review Roundups - Aug 12, 2022

Barrington Stage Company presents its new production of A Little Night Music, with music and lyrics by Stephen Sondheim and book by Hugh Wheeler. Read the reviews!

Industry Pro Newsletter: New Leadership Model at Pennsylvania Shakes, New Auditions a Photo Industry Pro Newsletter: New Leadership Model at Pennsylvania Shakes, New Auditions at Princeton
by Alex Freeman - Aug 8, 2022

Our two Industry Trend stories this week take a look at a few of the different ways that people are trying to bring change to the theatre industry: reforming the work environment that has long been problematic, and the way Princeton is working on developing a new audition process to help bring more people into theatre in an educational environment.

Mary Rodgers Releases Memoir 'Shy' on August 9 Photo Mary Rodgers Releases Memoir 'Shy' on August 9
by Stephi Wild - Aug 8, 2022

Mary Rodgers will release her new memoir, 'Shy: The Alarmingly Outspoken Memoirs of Mary Rodgers' on August 9. The book is available in Hardcover or Kindle edition.

Symphony Space Announces 2022-2023 Season Featuring Kelli O'Hara, Misty Copeland, a S Photo Symphony Space Announces 2022-2023 Season Featuring Kelli O'Hara, Misty Copeland, a Sondheim Tribute & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 3, 2022

Symphony Space has announced highlights of its 2022-23 season, an array of live events that bring literature to life, spark conversation, and provide intimate encounters with wide-ranging musical artists. The programming features acclaimed authors, actors, musicians, comedians, and other luminaries.

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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 1, 2022

Jesse Green Videos

VIDEO: SLAVE PLAY Script Revisited in Jeremy O. Harris' 'Notes on Style' VideoVIDEO: SLAVE PLAY Script Revisited in Jeremy O. Harris' 'Notes on Style'
by Stage Tube - Mar 1, 2021

A new video has been released from Slave Play, and its playwright, Jeremy O. Harris, called 'Notes on Style.'

VIDEO: André De Shields Performs From A HILL ON WHICH TO DROWN For UNCOMMON VOICES S VideoVIDEO: André De Shields Performs From A HILL ON WHICH TO DROWN For UNCOMMON VOICES Series
by Stage Tube - Apr 9, 2020

Uncommon Voices, the new series from ALL ARTS, co-produced by En Garde Arts Artistic Director Anne Hamburger and four-time Emmy winning television producer Jesse Green, highlights new theatrical work by artists using their craft to explore the most important issues we are facing today.

Chloe Perrier Releases Her New Album 'Petite Fleur' VideoChloe Perrier Releases Her New Album 'Petite Fleur'
by Abigail Charpentier - Nov 13, 2019

A true musical citizen of the world, French born, NYC based vocalist Chloe Perrier has one goal every time she and her French Heart Jazz Band take the stage at clubs throughout Manhattan - to make people happy and transport them away from the chaos and stress of life in the modern world. Drawing from such influences as Josephine Baker, Ella Fitzgerald and Blossom Dearie, the singer uses her velvety voice, spellbinding style and charming accent to transform any room she plays into a realm harkening back to the golden age of jazz.

VIDEO: Theater Talk Hosts Annual Tony Awards Critics' Prediction Special VideoVIDEO: Theater Talk Hosts Annual Tony Awards Critics' Prediction Special
by Stage Tube - Jun 5, 2019

Theater Talk, the two-time Emmy Award-winning series has reunited its team of prominent theater journalists to assess the 2018-2019 theater season and discuss this year's TONY Awards race.

Theater Talk: The Critics Wrap Up the 2017-18 Broadway Season! VideoTheater Talk: The Critics Wrap Up the 2017-18 Broadway Season!
by Theater Talk - Jun 25, 2018

On this episode, team of commentators Adam Feldman of Time Out New York, Jesse Green of The New York Times, actor Julie Halston, Michael Musto of NewNowNext.com, Patrick Pacheco of OnStage, Jan Simpson of BroadwayRadio, Elisabeth Vincentelli of The New York Times, and Jason Zinoman of The New York Times join Susan Haskins in the studio the day after the TONYs to evaluate the ceremony, make sense of the upsets, celebrate the season past and enjoy a performance by the fab duo Theater Talk's Musical Director, Tyrik Washington and Tyrik Washington, Jr.

VIDEO: Lauren Ridloff On Her Unexpected Rise to Success in CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD VideoVIDEO: Lauren Ridloff On Her Unexpected Rise to Success in CHILDREN OF A LESSER GOD
by Stage Tube - Jun 10, 2018

Lauren Ridloff sat down with CBS Sunday Morning today in a feature about her rise to fame in Children of a Lesser God on Broadway.

Theater Talk: Tony Nominees Jessie Mueller & Joshua Henry Sing from CAROUSEL! VideoTheater Talk: Tony Nominees Jessie Mueller & Joshua Henry Sing from CAROUSEL!
by Theater Talk - May 29, 2018

As Broadway revs up for the TONY Awards, THEATER TALK welcomes Tony nominated actors JOSHUA HENRY and JESSIE MUELLER from RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN's CAROUSEL, who along with the show's Musical Supervisor ANDY EINHORN, perform excerpts from the show's classic 'Bench Scene' number and discuss its brilliant musical architecture with co-hosts JESSE GREEN of 'The New York Times' and SUSAN HASKINS. Next, TONY-nominated director GEORGE C. WOLFE shares his insights into Eugene O'Neill's masterpiece THE ICEMAN COMETH and how they have influenced his absorbing revival of this classic American play, starring Denzel Washington and David Morse. JAN SIMPSON of BroadwayRadio co-hosts with Haskins.

Theater Talk: Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf and Alison Pill Unite to Discuss THREE T VideoTheater Talk: Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf and Alison Pill Unite to Discuss THREE TALL WOMEN
by Theater Talk - May 21, 2018

Actors Glenda Jackson, Laurie Metcalf and Alison Pill discuss working together with director Joe Mantello to create the magnificent revival of "Edward Albee's Three Tall Women," now on Broadway at The Golden Theatre. Jesse Green of 'The New York TImes' and Susan Haskins co-host.

Theater Talk: Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton & More Talk MY FAIR LADY! VideoTheater Talk: Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton & More Talk MY FAIR LADY!
by Theater Talk - May 21, 2018

This episode focuses on Lincoln Center Theater's stunning revival of My Fair Lady with the production's director, Bartlett Sher; Lincoln Center Theater's Producing Artistic Director, Andre Bishop; as well as actors Lauren Ambrose, Harry Hadden-Paton, and Allan Corduner, who star as "Eliza Doolittle," "Henry Higgins" and "Colonel Pickering," respectively. Jesse Green, Co-Chief Theater Critic of The New York Times co-hosts with Susan Haskins.

VIDEO: Joshua Jackson Talks How He Owes His Career To Jon Stewart VideoVIDEO: Joshua Jackson Talks How He Owes His Career To Jon Stewart
by Stage Tube - Apr 13, 2018

'Children of a Lesser God' star Joshua Jackson appeared last night on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert, where he talked about how he might have stayed in school had he not been pulling all-nighters as a teenager to watch Jon Stewart. Watch the clip below!