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    'The Poddest Couple' Podcast Welcomes Designer, Performer, and Diva Whisperer Robbie Rozelle
    Oct 23, 2017
    On the latest episode of 'The Poddest Couple,' Alan and Matt welcome everyone's favorite Broadway diva once removed, Robbie Rozelle. He's the designer of Playbill Pride and currently designs cast albums (not Soundtracks!) for Broadway Records. He was also an instrumental part in creating Broadway For Orlando.
    BroadHollow Theatre Co Announces MY FAIR LADY, CABARET, and More in 2017/18 Season
    Oct 22, 2017
    BroadHollow Theatre Company announces its 2017-2018 season line up.
    A Warning to Theatergoers: MTA to Start Graveyard Shift Earlier
    Oct 22, 2017
    If you ever want to start a passionate conversation with a New Yorker, bring up the subway. Between service changes, express runs, and every day delays, there's always something to complain about.
    BWW Review: WATCH ON THE RHINE at the Guthrie
    Oct 22, 2017
    The Guthrie Theater's WATCH ON THE RHINE is a timely historical reminder and an excellent production of Lillian Hellman's 1941 drama.
    BWW's 'Some Like It Pop' Podcast Helps You Pick Which Movies to See and Avoid this Fall
    Oct 22, 2017
    Hello Pop Culture Cinephiles! On this episode of Some Like It Pop, BroadwayWorld's pop culture podcast, Matt and Jenn help you plan your moviegoing through the end of the year. The hosts talk about the award-bait, blockbuster, and miscellaneous movies they are most looking forward to through the end of 2017, and the movies they will be avoiding like the plague. Also, Jenn tries to turn Matt on to some cooler podcasts, and, as always, they close out the episode with a little 'Show and Tell.'
    STAGES' 31st Season Breaks Box Office Records
    Oct 22, 2017
    The 2017 Season marked another triumph for STAGES St. Louis as the organization's 31st year of producing Broadway-quality theatre overflowed with critical and popular success, while also breaking all previous box office records. Revenue reached new heights as the box office surpassed the $2 million threshold in ticket sales, out-grossing any season in STAGES' previous three-decade history.
    Manoj Bajpayee Hosts Special Screening of His Upcoming Film RUKH
    Oct 22, 2017
    Actor Manoj Bajpayee recently hosted a special screening of his upcoming filmRukh which is written and directed by debutant filmmaker Atanu Mukherjee and presented by Eros Internationaland Drishyam Films.
    Review: Joe Morton Embodies Comedian and Activist Dick Gregory in TURN ME LOOSE
    Oct 22, 2017
    TURN ME LOOSE explores the influential life of 1960s comic genius Dick Gregory, the first Black stand-up to make white audiences laugh at the absurdity of bigotry. The play reveals how the power of activism enticed Gregory from one of the most successful show business careers of the postwar era into a life of sacrifice and danger alongside Martin Luther King, Medgar Evers and other Civil Rights leaders. And I can tell you, when Joe Morton describes the tragic murder of Evans, his anger and tears seem to flow from his soul.
    Rapid Fire Theatre Will No Longer Work with Former Artistic Director Due to Sexual Harassment
    Oct 21, 2017
    According to CBC news, Rapid Fire Theatre, an improv group local to Edmonton, has announced their intentions to part ways with former Artistic Director Chris Craddock after he publicly admitted to engaging in harassment and violating the company's policy.

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