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A.R.T./NY to Release WHAT'S OFF? Podcast - Listen to the Trailer Now!

The Alliance of Resident Theatres/New York is launching What’s Off?, a new podcast celebrating innovative approaches individuals and organizations in the world of nonprofit theatre have taken to anything that has felt “off.”

COMEDY OF ERRORS to be presented by Shakespeare in the Parking Lot in July

The Drilling Company will present a two-week run of 'The Comedy of Errors,' directed by Hamilton Clancy, for the 28th season of Shakespeare in the Parking Lot.

Full Cast Revealed For the West End Run of DR SEMMELWEIS, Starring Mark Rylance

Mark Rylance returns to the West End this summer in Dr Semmelweis opening at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 11 July, with previews from 29 June, and running until Saturday 7 October.

A World Premiere by Pearl Cleage & More Set for Ford's Theatre Society 2023-2024 Season

The Ford’s Theatre has announced its 2023-2024 season, featuring the world premiere of Pearl Cleage’s Something Moving: A Meditation on Maynard, directed by Seema Sueko and more.

Rita Moreno and Marlene A. Malek Named 2023 Lincoln Medalists

Ford's Theatre Society will honor Rita Moreno and Marlene A. Malek at the 2023 gala performance.

Ramps on the Moon Launches Podcast About Disability Equality in Theatre

Michèle Taylor, Director for Change, co-founder of Ramps on the Moon and UK leader on Disability Equality, has launched her first podcast series where she delves deep into mainstream theatre to discover what the realities are now, and what the future holds for disability equality in the arts.

Ford's Theatre Society Hosts Sensory-Friendly Performance For SHOUT SISTER SHOUT!

Ford’s Theatre Society will host a sensory-friendly performance for SHOUT SISTER SHOUT! on Saturday, May 6 at 2 p.m.

New Michael Friedman Musical ESSENTIAL ALICE to Have Staged Reading at South Carolina New Play Festival

The South Carolina New Play Festival will present a posthumous staged reading of “Essential Alice” with music and lyrics by the late Michael Friedman and book by Annie Weissman. See how to purchase tickets!

Mark Rylance Will Lead DR. SEMMELWEIS in the West End

Mark Rylance returns to the West End this summer in Dr Semmelweis opening at the Harold Pinter Theatre on 11 July, with previews from 29 June, and running until Saturday 7 October. The critically acclaimed Bristol Old Vic production, directed by Tom Morris, opened in 2022, and sees Rylance reprise the title role.  

Stage One Announces National Placement Scheme Hosts For 2023-24

Stage One has announced that they are partnering with Bristol Old Vic, Northern Stage, Nottingham Playhouse and Theatre Royal Plymouth to deliver their National Trainee Producer Placement Scheme for 2023.

Playwright Theresa Rebeck Will Direct Reading of MAURITUS at Westport Country Playhouse

Westport Country Playhouse will present a Script in Hand playreading of Theresa Rebeck's thriller, “Mauritius,” on Monday, March 13, at 7 p.m., directed by the playwright herself. The play's title refers to the island of Mauritius, the origin of two extremely valuable, rare stamps that incite a conflict to gain their possession.

Zuleyma Guevara & Shirley Rumierk to Star in SANCOCHO Off-Broadway Premiere

Producers Latinx Playwrights Circle, WP Theater, and The Sol Project have announced an all-Latinx cast and design team for the Off-Broadway Premiere of Sancocho. See who is starring, and how to purchase tickets!

Ford's Theatre Legacy Commissions to Include Works By Cleage, Taylor and Hinds; Readings Set for Next Month

Ford's Theatre Society has announced its lineup and directors of new works to receive premiere readings in February 2023 as a “First Look” of the Lincoln Legacy Commissions.

Photos: A CHRISTMAS CAROL At Ford's Theatre Collects Over $47,000 On Behalf Of For Love Of Children

 Ford’s Theatre Society announced that audiences, cast, crew and staff raised $47,268.36 on behalf of For Love of Children during performances of this season’s production of A Christmas Carol. Since 2009, Ford’s has raised more than $950,000 for Washington-area charities, aiding thousands within the D.C. area in the spirit of giving and charity expressed in Charles Dickens’s A Christmas Carol.

Sophie Swithinbank Wins Peggy Ramsay Award

Sophie Swithinbank has been awarded the Peggy Ramsay Foundation and Film4 2023 Playwrights' Scheme bursary for her play Bacon, winning The Tom Erhardt Bursary, named after the late literary agent and long-time supporter of the Finborough Theatre.

Out Of The Box Theatrics to Present RED EYES Staged Reading in December

Out of the Box Theatrics and Jennifer Campos Productions will present a staged reading of RED EYES by Michael León on Monday, December 12, available for in person or livestream viewing.

Interview: Neil Bartlett on the Writing Process, Gender Identity and Adapting ORLANDO for the Stage

Adapted by Neil Bartlett, starring Golden Globe winner Emma Corrin and directed by Tony and Olivier winner Michael Grandage, the early-awaited stage version of Orlando is about to start previews. BroadwayWorld caught up with Neil ahead of opening night on 5 December to talk about the writing process, gender identity and the magic of language.

Review: HADESTOWN Exceeds the Hype at Benedum Center

The gritty folk-opera sensation isn't the second coming of Hamilton, it's the second coming of RENT.

Panellists Announced For Genesis Conversation: Arts in a Time of Crisis at Bristol Old Vic

The Genesis Foundation today announced the full list of panellists taking part in the second of their Genesis Conversations, in partnership with Bristol Old Vic at the theatre's historic venue on 15 November.

Craig Wallace to Reprise the Role of Ebenezer Scrooge in A CHRISTMAS CAROL at Ford's Theatre

Acclaimed Washington actor Craig Wallace will return to Ford’s Theatre to reprise the role of Ebenezer Scrooge for the company’s holiday production of A Christmas Carol. Performances of the classic Charles Dickens story begin November 18, 2022 and continue for a six-week engagement through December 31, 2022.

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