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Photos: First Look at HENRY V at Hudson Valley Shakespeare Festival

Henry V, written by William Shakespeare and directed by Davis McCallum, began performances on Wednesday May 31, with an opening night on Sunday June 4. Henry V will play in rep with Love’s Labor’s Lost through August 21. Check out all new photos!

Review: THE WINTER'S TALE at Hartford Stage

What did our critic think of THE WINTER'S TALE at Hartford Stage? The Winter's Tale, currently at Hartford Stage through May 7 and directed by Artistic Director Melia Bensussen, confronts an audience with a story difficult to believe from the start, whether or not one is a Shakespeare fan. Add to this Bensussen's vision, which includes problematic design elements and some unfortunate casting, and you have a version of the play that leaves us relatively unmoved. This is a shame, as The Winter's Tale is not often performed, and I was very eager to see it at this historically revered home for Shakespeare productions.

REVIEW: TALES FROM THE GUTTENBERG BIBLE at George Street Playhouse Tells the Amazing and Fascinating Story of Film Star, Steve Guttenberg

'Tales from the Guttenberg Bible' is now on stage at George Street Playhouse (GSP). This is a must-see show starring Steve Guttenberg who recounts his incredible journey as a movie star.

Review: ROMEO AND JULIET at Two River Theater Brings Captivating Modern Twists to Shakespeare's Classic

A unique production of Romeo and Juliet is now being presented at Two River Theater (TRT). We are certain you will find the show captivating.

Review: A Compleat HADESTOWN at Hippodrome Theatre

So, by virtue of all of these elements this show is compleat in the senses fostered by the archaic spelling of the word, what Webster's renders as 'having all the necessary or desired elements or skills.' The characters, the music, the dancing, the lyrics, and the overall message are all new and different, even if deployed in the service of 'an old tale from way back when,' and they come accompanied by a message of inspiration in the midst of tragedy. A must-see.

HADESTOWN to Return to Los Angeles for the Ahmanson's 2023-2024 Season

“Hadestown” will return to Los Angeles as part of Center Theatre Group / Ahmanson Theatre’s 2023-2024 Season. See performance dates, and learn how to purchase tickets!

Interview: Colin Hanlon is Bringing SPELLING BEE Into 2023 at George Street Playhouse

Read BroadwayWorld's interview with Colin Hanlon as he discusses directing THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE at George Street Playhouse.

Review: HADESTOWN Thrills At Providence Performing Arts Center

What did our critic think of HADESTOWN at PPAC?

Review: THE 25th ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE at George Street Playhouse is a Vibrant and Wonderfully Performed Musical Comedy

George Street Playhouse (GSP) is currently presenting The 25thAnnual Putnam County Spelling Bee. It's the most fun you'll ever have going to the theatre!

Review: THE ART OF BURNING at Hartford Stage

What did our critic think of THE ART OF BURNING at Hartford Stage? Kate Snodgrass' world premiere play, The Art of Burning, presented by Hartford Stage in association with Huntington Theater Company, is a disappointingly thin work, though the producing theaters are to be congratulated for supporting new scripts. The production itself, led by the sure hand of Hartford Stage Artistic Director Melia Bensussen, is well cast and fascinating to look at: Luciana Stecconi's scenic design creates an atmosphere of alienation, leaving the characters looking uneasy, often lost, and like chess pieces trying to defend their positions on a brutally cold board. However, the set is more original than the plot, which attempts to put a feminist spin on old themes: marriage is difficult; raising a child is even more difficult; affairs lead to thorny divorce settlements; and children get caught in the middle.

Studio Theatre Names Danilo Gambini as New Associate Artistic Director

Studio Theatre has announced that director Danilo Gambini will assume the role of Associate Artistic Director.

Photos: First Look at THE COAST STARLIGHT at Lincoln Center Theater

Get a first look at photos for Lincoln Center Theater's production of THE COAST STARLIGHT.

Review: LIVING & BREATHING at Two River Theater-An Outstanding World Premiere Depicting Pivotal Social Issues

'Living & Breathing,' an innovative play, is making its world premiere at Two River Theater (TRT) through February 26.

Review: CLYDE'S at George Street Playhouse-A True Gem of a Play

George Street Playhouse (GSP) is presenting the lively and moving comedy, 'Clyde’s' through February 19th.

Review: ESPEJOS/CLEAN at Hartford Stage

Hartford Stage is presenting a remarkable and courageous New England premiere: Christine Quintana's bilingual play, Espejos/Clean. The play gives us two very different women: Adriana, from Chetumal, Mexico, who speaks Spanish and a bit of English, and Sarah, from Vancouver, who speaks only English.

Interview: Justin “Jud” Gauthier and BETWEEN TWO KNEES at McCarter Theatre Center through February 12

Broadwayworld had the pleasure of interviewing Jud Gauthier about his career and his role as Larry in 'Between Two Knees.'

Review: HADESTOWN at Kansas City Music Hall

Blend two ancient Greek myths, add the climate change crisis, a screed on capitalism, fears surrounding immigration, sprinkle in delightful, original folk music, and stir. The unlikely result is the 2019 eight-time Tony-winning folk opus “Hadestown,” an exceptional piece of musical theater.

Entertain and Dine NJ Style-New Brunswick Edition

In our Entertain and Dine series, we are showcasing New Brunswick where George Street Playhouse and Crossroads Theatre Company have productions at New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) Get your tickets and plan a dinner while you're in town.

Review: JOY THE MUSICAL at George Street Playhouse-A New Show that Entertains and Inspires

George Street Playhouse (GSP) at New Brunswick Performing Arts Center (NBPAC) is presenting 'Joy, The Musical' and the timing is ideal. In this season of wonder and hope, the show is both entertaining and inspiring.

Review: Learning and Losing at Love with HADESTOWN at Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts

Unlike the traditional figures in Greek mythology, Orpheus is a hero, but not a warrior. He's an artist, but not a celebrity. He's a man, just a man, and one whose entire literary journey is focused on the love of a woman. Compared to Perseus or Achilles or Jason, Orpheus's tale almost always depicts how love drives him.

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