Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Romeo and Juliet - 1977 - 1977 Broadway Articles Page 5

Category:
by Stephi Wild - Jan 8, 2021
Today's top stories: Mean Girls will not reopen, sneak peek at Wayne Brady's concert with Seth Rudetsky, Spamalot movie adaptation acquired by Paramount, and more!
by Maria Nockin - Jan 8, 2021
Los Angeles Opera’s Modulation, presented in collaboration with the Prototype Festival, adapts opera and theater to a new interactive format. The voices of extraordinary artists show us the irrepressible power of music to provide comfort and instigate contemplation of ourselves, our art, our world. Access to Modulation, available January 8–16, 2021, costs $25 per viewing household. Access will enable you to enjoy Modulation for one week.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 7, 2021
Aurora Theatre Company will continue its 29th season with Toni Morrison’s THE BLUEST EYE, adapted by Lydia R. Diamond. Associate Artistic Director Dawn Monique Williams (Bull In A China Shop) directs this poignant drama about Black girlhood, the poisonous effects of racism, and the heartbreak of shame.
by BWW Staff - Jan 6, 2021
Winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Central New York Awards - which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in local theatre of the past decade!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 5, 2021
Broadway's own Hermione Granger, Noma Dumezweni, has joined the cast of the upcoming live action Disney film adaptation of 'The Little Mermaid.' 
by Maria Nockin - Jan 3, 2021
Both Los Angeles and San Francisco Opera companies are closed right now, but there is still a wealth material to see and hear on each of their websites. LA has recitals and Coffee with Conlon. SFO has links to Eun Sun Kim’s conducting dates at La Scala. https://www.laopera.org/discover/la-opera-on-now/ https://sfopera.com/opera-is-on/
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Jan 22, 2021
One of the few positives that has come out of the pandemic is that there has never been more opportunity to experience something new. Theatre, ballet and opera companies have quickly realised that their reach is now potentially world-wide and a new audience awaits online. For many, their introduction to Shakespeare came at school and this experience probably set up your opinion of his work until this day. You may have fallen in love with him, but often people’s memories are of dry, tedious and impenetrable text. Broadway World would like to try and change that with this beginner's guide.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 21, 2021
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre has confirmed that they will be unable to go ahead with their plans to present 101 Dalmatians as part of their 2021 season.
by Matt Wolf - Jan 19, 2021
It's not clear as of this writing quite when live theatre will return in force, so in the interest of casting as wide a net as possible, what follows are five performances to whet the appetite, culled from offerings both online and, in due course, inside an actual playhouse.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 19, 2021
Two River Theater's most popular education program, A Little Shakespeare, breaks the mold to create something entirely new with Tiny Shakes: Romeo and Juliet, adapted and directed by Em Weinstein (A Little Shakespeare: Twelfth Night). 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 19, 2021
As the world catches glimpses of a return to normalcy and dares to imagine a time when we can once again gather together in our theatre spaces, The Old Globe will produce a hybrid of digital and in-person offerings that encompasses a broad range of thrilling theatre created by a diverse group of major talents.
by Jeanmarie Simpson - Jan 18, 2021
Equal parts Bugs Bunny and Guillermo del Toro, THE SLAUGHTER BROTHERS DIME CIRCUS - A RADIO FANTASY is a meta-theatrical reflection on the nature of power and revenge. A highly theatrical blend of low-end carnival, violent vaudeville, clowns with issues, and insectoid horror, elevated by original music by Sullivan and Matthew Reid that can best be described as the unholy spawn of ironic German cabaret, swampy rhythm and blues, and carnival music of the damned.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 18, 2021
The Atlanta Shakespeare Company at The Shakespeare Tavern Playhouse Presents OTHELLO, A Digital Production, directed by O’Neil Delapenha. Performances will be available for purchase February 4-28, 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 15, 2021
Next year, film aficionados can enjoy a yearlong journey spanning nine decades of cinema history, through a dozen of some of the movie industry’s greatest titles, as Fathom Events and Turner Classic Movies present the seventh annual TCM Big Screen Classics series.
by Maria Nockin - Jan 15, 2021
The West is a Land of Infinite Beginnings will stream for free Jan. 15-29. The promise of the American dream runs up against hard realities and uncontrollable forces in this new digital short from Missy Mazzoli, composer of Song from the Uproar and Breaking the Waves. James Darrah directs this video that tells of a ghostly sodbuster.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2021
Following six months of close collaboration, Actors’ Equity Association (AEA) has approved Milwaukee Chamber Theatre (MCT) to gather actors and stage managers in person to produce plays for virtual capture and distribution.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2021
Papatango today announces that the 2019 Papatango New Writing Prize-winner Shook by Samuel Bailey – which was due to transfer to the West End when the pandemic hit – has been filmed and will be available to watch online from Friday 5 February until Sunday 28 February 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2021
RED BULL THEATER today announced that its 2020-21 offerings will continue with a special event benefit reading of Frances Burney’s The Woman Hater, directed by Everett Quinton. The reading will  feature Bill Army, Arnie Burton, Veanne Cox, Rebecca S'Manga Frank, Cherie Corinne Rice, Matthew Saldivar, Jenne Vath, and Nick Westrate.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 12, 2021
Travel virtually from Russia at the turn of the 20th century, to Manila, South Carolina, and a fantastical New York City of the future with Two River Theater's “Two River Players” in a new series of community readings.
by BWW Staff - Jan 12, 2021
Winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Nashville Awards - which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in local theatre of the past decade! 
by BWW Staff - Jan 11, 2021
Winners have been announced for the 2020 BroadwayWorld Columus Awards - which were back bigger than ever, celebrating the best in local theatre of the past decade! 
by Stephi Wild - Dec 31, 2020
Misty Copeland appears as a special guest on an upcoming episode of Blue's Clues & You!
by Stephi Wild - Dec 17, 2020
Royal & Derngate Northampton today announces that it will premiere a season of original musical theatre as part of its upcoming Made in Northampton 2021 season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 16, 2020
Burning Coal Theatre Company will present Two Plays by Dael Orlandersmith, Forever and Until the Flood. Both focuses on themes of loss, family, and economic and societal impediments faced by the African American communities in the latter half of the 20th century and into the 21st century.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 16, 2020
Full-length free opera streams continue in January with three titles that were simulcast previously from the War Memorial Opera House to the stadium of the San Francisco Giants.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 15, 2020
The nonprofit Sundance Institute announced today the showcase of new independent work selected across the Feature Film, Short Film, Indie Series and New Frontier categories for the 2021 Sundance Film Festival.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 14, 2020
The dramatic story of the life of composer and conductor Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky comes to vivid life through the artistry of impresario Hershey Felder in HERSHEY FELDER, TCHAIKOVSKY. A timebending tale of passion and repression, Felder's latest livestream achievement explores the mysteries surrounding some of the greatest music ever written.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 11, 2020
Willow Walk Productions today announce the full cast for new musical St. Anne Comes Home written and composed by Jack Miles, which returns to the Actors' Church, following a sell-out run this summer.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 11, 2020
The Spreckels Organ Society and San Diego Civic Organist Raúl Prieto Ramírez announce an enchanting series of holiday webcast concerts direct from Balboa Park during the pandemic holidays 2020. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 10, 2020
Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts is pleased to announce the online acting workshop Scenes and Monologues from Shakespeare, an intensive rehearsal of Shakespearean scenes and monologues, begins Wednesday, January 27. The eight-session workshop is held online via Zoom on Wednesdays from 7 to 9 p.m. through March 17. Registration is $200 for adults and kids ages 13 and up; payment plans are available.