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Michael Dale News

Sunday Morning Michael Dale: 1909 Typist Turned Playwright Elizabeth Baker Writes of  Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: 1909 Typist Turned Playwright Elizabeth Baker Writes of Chasing Your Dreams in Chains
by Michael Dale - Jun 26, 2022

The Mint brings back another forgotten gem by Elizabeth Baker and Martha Clarke explores the Biblical playboy who tossed it all.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Madhuri Shekar's Fascinating Moralistic Drama Queen Expl Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Madhuri Shekar's Fascinating Moralistic Drama Queen Explores The Flexibility of Truth
by Michael Dale - Jun 19, 2022

We're told that numbers don't lie, but when the numbers conflict with what we see in front of us, are they really telling the truth?

Sunday Morning Michael Dale:  Best Friends Become Two Unlikely (or Maybe Perfectly Ma Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Best Friends Become Two Unlikely (or Maybe Perfectly Matched) Lovers (or Maybe Not) in Reality-Based Musical Straight Forward
by Michael Dale - Jun 12, 2022

Billy Aberle and Chris Sabol's Straight Forward is an original musical inspired by an article by Mike Iamele that went viral on social media in 2014, explaining how he began developing romantic and sexual feelings for his male best friend Garrett Lech, despite them both identifying as straight.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Mara Vélez Meléndez's Notes on Killing... A Subversive Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Mara Vélez Meléndez's Notes on Killing... A Subversive Burst of Creative Energy
by Michael Dale - Jun 5, 2022

Count Christine Carmela Herrero and Samora La Perdida as early favorites for Stage Pair of The Season, as they crackle with chemistry in Mara Vélez Meléndez's playfully packaged political outrage.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale:  They're Over The Moon For Idina Menzel in Which Way To  Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: They're Over The Moon For Idina Menzel in Which Way To The Stage
by Michael Dale - May 29, 2022

Musical theatre fandom and body image issues in Ana Nogueira's hilarious and touching Which Way To The Stage. Also, Clubbed Thumb's Summerworks commences with Trish Harnetiaux's fun and offbeat California and jazz favorite Nancy Harrow scores a pair of Russian classics.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale:  Billy Crystal, Mr. Saturday Night and The Tricky Busine Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Billy Crystal, Mr. Saturday Night and The Tricky Business of When (and when not) To Be Funny
by Michael Dale - May 22, 2022

When portraying a comedian in a play, sometimes getting the laugh is not the point.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale:  Giants Can Be Good in Into The Woods & Artist and Subje Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Giants Can Be Good in Into The Woods & Artist and Subject Fight For Control of the Narrative in Shooting Celebrities
by Michael Dale - May 15, 2022

Three plays where what seems like the truth might be a subjective point of view.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Getting Scatological at POTUS and Unique Looks at Histor Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Getting Scatological at POTUS and Unique Looks at History in H*tler's Tasters and The Trojan Women: A Native American Adaptation
by Michael Dale - May 8, 2022

This week I saw a Broadway farce, an Off-Broadway history play and an Off-Off Broadway adaptation all written and directed by women.

Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Austin McCormick's Company XIV, Still Creating The Sexie Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Austin McCormick's Company XIV, Still Creating The Sexiest Date Nights In Town
by Michael Dale - May 1, 2022

Seven Sins returns to Brooklyn, plus thoughts on Funny Girl and 'for colored girls who have considered suicide / when the rainbow is enuf'

Sunday Morning Michael Dale:  Witnessing History with All The Mournful Voices and Get Photo Sunday Morning Michael Dale: Witnessing History with All The Mournful Voices and Getting a History Lesson with Citizen Wong
by Michael Dale - Apr 24, 2022

Immersive All The Mournful Voices takes audience members to a time that tore the country apart just as it was beginning to heal and Citizen Wong celebrates a 19th Century activist for Chinese American rights.

Michael Dale Videos

BWW TV: Dancing Maggots! Broadway's MATILDA Stars Learn To Mambo
by Michael Dale - Apr 14, 2016

'Children are Maggots!' says the nasty headmistress Miss Trunchbull in the internationally acclaimed musical MATILDA.

STAGE TUBE: Acceptance Speech Highlights II: Sophie Okonedo, Bryan Cranston, JRB
by Stage Tube - Jun 9, 2014

As part of BroadwayWorld's expansive, record-breaking coverage of the 68th Annual Tony Awards, we have put together the highlights of the ceremony's Acceptance Speeches. Included are Sophie Okonedo's touching remarks, Bryan Cranston's HAIR-raising admission, and Jason Robert Brown's tribute to the women of MADISON COUNTY.

STAGE TUBE: Rosie O'Donnell Speech for Best Featured Actress? Wait, What?
by Stage Tube - Jun 9, 2014

As part of BroadwayWorld's expansive, record-breaking coverage of the 68th Annual Tony Awards, we have Rosie O'Donnell's pre-broadcast Acceptance Speech for Best Featured Actress in a Musical... wait, that's not right. Someone might want to tell Rosie.

STAGE TUBE: Acceptance Speech Highlights of Lena, James Monroe, Audra, NPH
by Stage Tube - Jun 8, 2014

As part of BroadwayWorld's expansive, record-breaking coverage of the 68th Annual Tony Awards, we have put together the highlights of the ceremony's Acceptance Speeches. From Lena Hall's tearfully giddy speech, to James Monroe Iglehart's 'Praise Shout,' to Audra McDonald's overwhelmed tribute following her record-breaking win, to Neil Patrick Harris' classy comments.