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by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2019
Papatango today announces the creative team for the world première of Samuel Bailey's Shook a?" this year's winner of the annual Papatango New Writing Prize. The company's Artistic Director George Turvey directs, with set and costume design by Jasmine Swan, lighting design by Johanna Town, and sound design by Richard Hammarton. The production opens on 1 November at Southwark Playhouse, with previews from 30 October, and runs until 23 November 2019. Following the run at Southwark Playhouse, the production tours to Hope Street Theatre, Liverpool (26 November), Theatr Clwyd (27 - 28 November), Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough (30 November) and Marlowe Theatre, Canterbury (4 - 7 December).
by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2019
The Maggie Allesee Department of Theatre and Dance at Wayne State University welcomes renowned Israeli choreographer Bosmat Nossan as the Fall 2019 Allesee Guest Artist-in-Residence, October 1 through 11, 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 18, 2019
Iconic hip-hop photographer Danny Hastings will be exhibiting a collection of his photographs and album covers at the Mayfair Hotel (1256 W 7th St) in Los Angeles, CA located inside their Regime Contemporary Art Gallery. Curated by Jason Freed from Substance Art Collective and Regime Contemporary, the gallery will open on October 3rd and be home to the collection through October 21st. The crown jewel of The Golden-Era exhibit will be the unveiling of a sculpted version of the NAS 'I Am...' album cover to commemorate the 20th anniversary of the album's release. The sculpture was done by Dave Cortes is based on the original album cover concept art and then re-created in 16-inch size in 24 Carat Gold. The piece will be unveiled for the first time at the grand opening of The Golden-Era exhibit, along with signed limited edition prints.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2019
Following a highly acclaimed tour in 2018, The Original Theatre Company and The Anthology Group in association with Peter Stickney and York Theatre Royal's production of Alan Bennett's THE HABIT OF ART will return and tour the UK in 2020. Directed by Philip Franks and starring Matthew Kelly as Fitz (W. H. Auden) and David Yelland as Henry (Benjamin Britten). The tour begins on 18 March 2020 at Devonshire Park Theatre, Eastbourne.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 17, 2019
Denver Arts & Venues announces fall art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 9, 2019
Following the completion of its smash hit 2018/19 season, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is embarking on its much-anticipated expansion.
by Sarah Hookey - May 23, 2019
Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY - 50 FOR 50 is New York Live Arts' 2nd annual Pride celebration; a building wide and sidewalk multi-genre event in the historic "gayborhood" of Chelsea, just blocks from the Pride March.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 21, 2019
The new Paramount School of the Arts will celebrate its Grand Opening on Saturday, June 1, 2019, a date that will launch a new era for the live performing arts in downtown Aurora.
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2019
Denver Arts & Venues has announced summer art exhibitions at McNichols Civic Center Building.
by Julie Musbach - May 2, 2019
Today the Washington Pavilion, in partnership with third floor sponsor Avera, opened new exhibits on the Kirby Science Discovery Center. The South Dakota-themed exhibits featuring roaring dinosaurs, a rock quarry, a fun quiz game and so much more.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 16, 2019
Pittsburgh Public Theater ends an incredible season with the Pittsburgh premiere of Marjorie Prime, the funny and emotional sci-fi hit written by Jordan Harrison (TV's "Orange is the New Black") and directed by Marya Sea Kaminski (The Tempest), who is completing her first year as The Public's Artistic Director. Marjorie Prime runs May 30 - June 30, 2019 at the O'Reilly Theater, Pittsburgh Public Theater's home in the heart of Downtown's Cultural District. For tickets call 412.316.1600, go to ppt.org, or visit the Box Office.
by Rebecca Russo - Mar 26, 2019
The Alumnae Theatre Company is proud to present the Toronto premiere of the Broadway play Impressionism.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 25, 2019
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center will join Uta Hagen at 100, HB Studio's season-long celebration of the centennial of the legendary actress, activist, and HB Studio master teacher, with a look into her life and legacy.   The Library's Billy Rose Theatre Division houses three major collections related to Uta Hagen: The Uta Hagen/Herbert Berghof Papers; The HB Studio Records; and The HB Playwrights Foundation Records.
by Isabella Perrone - Mar 17, 2019
Rife with references to some of Alfred Hitchcock's best-known works, THE REAR WINDOW, based on Cornell Woolrich's short story, It Had To Be Murder, offers a tense look into solitude and desperation. 
by Julie Musbach - Jun 24, 2019
The Jewish Museum presents Personas: George Segal's Abraham and Isaac, an installation of the life-sized plaster sculpture by American artist George Segal (American, 1924-2000), being shown at the Museum for the first time.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 21, 2019
Denver Arts & Venues announces the opening reception for Collin Parson's Buell Theatre exhibition, "Interference," and the third performance in its Buell Theatre Balcony Music Series, featuring Alex Anderson (Nasty Nachos) Monday, July 1, 5-7 p.m.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 20, 2019
Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY - 50 FOR 50 is New York Live Arts' 2nd annual Pride celebration; a building wide and sidewalk multi-genre event in the historic "gayborhood" of Chelsea, just blocks from the Pride March.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 17, 2019
The Jewish Museum will present Television and Beyond: Workplace Encounters from July 12, 2019 to March 20, 2020, featuring a selection of television clips exploring interactions in the workplace from classics such as The West Wing and contemporary programs like Atlanta and The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. One of seven sections that make up the Jewish Museum's third floor collection exhibition, Scenes from the Collection, 'Television and Beyond' draws inspiration from the Museum's National Jewish Archive of Broadcasting.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 12, 2019
Live Arts Pride 2019: THE HOUSE PARTY - 50 FOR 50 is New York Live Arts' 2nd annual Pride celebration; a building wide and sidewalk multi-genre event in the historic "gayborhood" of Chelsea, just blocks from the Pride March. The epic 6-hour celebration honors the historical importance and unwavering power of collectives in LGBTQAI culture and pays tribute to the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Both legendary and young families from NYC's queer nightlife and art scene come together under one roof to serve up the city's most colorful and fierce performance, music, queer marketplace, installations and more for a multi-space, nonstop celebration for the ages.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 26, 2019
The Missoula Community Theatre will hold an open audition for Disney's Freaky Friday on Sunday, August 25 from 12:30-4:00 PM. Please use the Main Street entrance and go to the third floor. 
by Student Blogger: Laken Burkhardt - Jul 25, 2019
How many of us have had the opportunity to work in an unconventional theater space? To strip down bare, take away all the commodities that a traditional theater has, and perform a show in a unique space with a simple sound system and just a few par-cans? One local theatre company in Johnstown, PA has been doing just that. The Stone Bridge Players theatre company performs every summer right in the middle of downtown on the third floor of the local Flood Museum.
by Julie Musbach - Jan 3, 2019
Philanthropists and founding board members Milton and Tamar Maltz have announced an exceptional gift to help fund the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's $32 million expansion plans: a $5 million matching challenge grant through The Milton and Tamar Maltz Family Foundation.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 29, 2019
There's so much to love at Opera Omaha this month with the opening of Donizetti's The Elixir of Love (L'elisir d'amore) to be performed at the Orpheum Theater on Friday, February 15 at 7:30 pm and Sunday, February 17 at 2:00 pm.
by Jenni Cypher - Jan 23, 2019
Sinclair Theatre will present SILENT SKY, February 8-16 in its Black Box Theatre, Building 2, on the downtown Dayton campus.
by Marina Kennedy - Jan 23, 2019
Arielle Tepper knows how to organize a winning production and she has done just that with What Should We Do's first annual Best New Restaurant Awards. Her team ventured across New York to explore the most innovative, exciting restaurant openings in all five boroughs. Their ten favorites (see full list below) are in the running to win What Should We Do's top prize for 2018. While many food critics don't look beyond Manhattan or take chances on lesser-known chefs, the dining and drinking experts at WSWD search for hidden gems that provide unexpected quality and special experiences.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 22, 2019
kef theatrical productions is thrilled to announce the upcoming second season of THE BLUESTONE PROJECT - a new play reading series created and curated by Ben Bartolone. The four readings will be presented between January and April of 2019 at A.R.T./New York's performance space in Manhattan. Building on the work of the first season, season 2 will again present one-night-only free readings of new, never-produced plays that address the shifting socio-political American landscape.
by Julie Musbach - Jan 17, 2019
Overture Center for the Arts is now accepting applications for Gallery I, II, and III for the 2018/19 Season. Applications are being accepted online, and are due Monday, Mar. 18, 2019. Guidelines can be found at overture.org/callforartists. There is no financial fee to apply.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 7, 2019
It may be cold outside but up on the third floor of the Players Theatre on MacDougal Street things are red hot as they prepare to present the eight annual Short Play Festival - Sex! There is nothing like a spicy play to chase away those winter blues and these 15 playwrights have created the forbidden cure.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 5, 2019
Opening to a sell out audience at Sydney's Kings Cross Theatre in October 2018, Two Hearts will open The Butterfly Club's inaugural 1 Act Play Festival in February - March 2019.
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 18, 2019
The Dead Rabbit a tri-level mid-19th century style IrishNew York drinking saloon and two-time 'World's Best Bar' winner that recently expanded its guest capacity, today announces 'From Barley to Blarney, a Whiskey Lover's Guide to Ireland.'
by Julie Musbach - Dec 26, 2018
A&A BALLET (A&A), under the artistic direction of Anna Reznik and Alexei Kremnev, holds open auditions for the production of Alexei Kremnev's "Sleeping Beauty," Saturday, January 5, 2019 from 4-5 p.m. A&A welcomes dancers from ages six to twenty-four to audition for various roles, which will premiere at Chicago's Studebaker Theatre (410 S. Michigan Ave) May 4, 2019 for two performances.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 8, 2019
Windy City Playhouse will present the Chicago premiere of Duncan Macmillan's critically-acclaimed a?oeEvery Brilliant Thinga?? in a brand-new third performance space at the Playhouse's South Loop location (2229 S. Michigan Ave.).
by Stephi Wild - Aug 7, 2019
Gene Pritsker Presents Sound Liberation 'Birthday Concert' at Connelly's KLUB 45 on Saturday Sept 7th, 2019 at 8pm.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 6, 2019
The How presents Hunger at IRT Theater - July 23 - August 19. When a manic episode prompts a struggling artist to create a YouTube Live persona and disappear into Times Square for four days, he emerges with a primer on how to survive Late Capitalism. PERFORMING: August 3, 4, 5, 10, 11, 12, 15, 16, 17, 18 at 8:00 pm (75 Minutes. Tickets: $15 General and $25 Patron). IRT: 154 Christopher st. NYC #3B (third floor). William Hand (author/performer), Polina Ionina (performer), and Paulina Jurzec (designer/videographer).
by Stephi Wild - Aug 3, 2019
The Manhattan Repertory Theatre will present the New York Premiere of OCEAN FRONT by Tom Cavanaugh for three performances as part of their Summer Shorts Series on August 14th, 16th and 17th at Manhattan Repertory Theatre, 17-19 West 45th St - Third Floor, Curtain at 6:30 pm.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 23, 2019
New York Live Arts announces its 2019-20 Fresh Tracks artists: Anh Vo, Annie Heath, Jordan Lloyd, Kayla Hamilton and Stuart B Meyers. One of New York Live Arts' signature New Work Development Programs, Fresh Tracks is a season-long residency and performance opportunity designed for early career artists who explore hybrid and movement-based work.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 15, 2019
The Jewish Museum will present Masterpieces and Curiosities: The Benguiat Collection from September 6, 2019 through July 2020, featuring over 30 works from the Museum's H. Ephraim and Mordecai Benguiat Family Collection. This collection of 300 examples of decorative and ceremonial art related to Jewish culture is one of the formative groups of the Jewish Museum's collection. The exhibition includes objects ranging from a newly restored Torah ark curtain from Istanbul (ca. 1735) to an ornately embroidered silk eighteenth-century pillowcase for the Passover Seder from Bulgaria.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 1, 2019
The How: What We Do, part of the 3B Development Series, currently running at IRT Theatre 154 Christopher St. NYC #3B (third floor), is a daring and engrossing movement piece developed by the artists in the rehearsal process and explored through improvisation.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 8, 2019
Esoteric Recordings is proud to announce the release of a new re-mastered four disc deluxe expanded boxed set limited edition (comprising 3 CDs and a DVD) of FUTURAMA the legendary 1975 album by BE-BOP DELUXE.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 8, 2019
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts announced today that the Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center (THPAC) has donated its archives to the Library.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 30, 2019
Modeled after the highly acclaimed retrospective of Tito Puente in 2017, the Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture will honor the late iconic singer and bandleader Francisco Machito Grillo (1908-1984) and his Orchestra (the Afro-Cubans) in a 3-day celebration May 2-4 on the campus of Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse (at 149th Street), in the Bronx. Machito & the Impact of the Afro-Cubans at 80 examines the Orchestra's influence on a variety of Latin musical styles, including Latin jazz that affected the music of Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Stan Kenton and others.
by Student Blogger: Rebecca Prior - Apr 3, 2019
Welcome back to my blog everyone. For those who don't know me, I'm Rebecca Prior and I am a Theatre Tech and Design major at BYU- Idaho located in Rexburg, Idaho. 
by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2019
Modeled after the highly acclaimed retrospective of Tito Puente in 2017, the Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture will honor the late iconic singer and bandleader Francisco Machito Grillo (1908-1984) and his Orchestra (the Afro-Cubans) in a 3-day celebration May 2-4 on the campus of Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse (at 149th Street), in the Bronx. Machito & the Impact of the Afro-Cubans at 80 examines the Orchestra's influence on a variety of Latin musical styles, including Latin jazz that affected the music of Dizzy Gillespie, Charlie Parker, Stan Kenton and others.
by Alyssa Biederman - Apr 26, 2019
After climbing the back stairs to the third floor, I entered into an intimate theater dressed to look like an attic in a historic home. It felt full of secrets.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 2, 2019
Raices Theatre Company, Western New York's premier Latinx theater production company, will stage the latest version of its Desde El Puente one-act play festival opening Friday, April 19th. This is the fourth edition of Raices' flagship play festival and the first one to include original music compositions developed by members of the Raices ensemble. 'This musical version seemed like a natural progression in our development of Desde El Puente and with our ensemble,' said Victoria Perez, Artistic Director of Raices. 'Musicals are my favorite way to tell a story. The Latino culture is, in part, driven by our music. Therefore it seems like the perfect way to continue to tell our stories.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 2, 2019
A crescendo of Spanish romance will soon descend upon the Loft at SOPAC On Monday, April 29 from 6:30-9:30PM. Garden State Kitchen, Benjamin 'Ben' Garrison of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and Edible Jersey will host Savor the Arts - El Segundo Plato. Several of NJ's finest Latin food and beverage purveyors will be on hand to share their wares.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 15, 2019
Following the completion of its smash hit 2018/19 season, the Maltz Jupiter Theatre is embarking on its much-anticipated expansion.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 15, 2019
Don Knotts' wonderfully talented daughter, Karen Knotts, is following in her father's foot-steps and is bringing her hilarious, laugh-a-minute, one-woman stage show "TIED UP IN KNOTTS" to Musical Theater Heritage at Crown Center (2450 Grand) for four great performances - May 9th 10th and 11th at 8 p.m. and May 12th at 2 p.m.
by Keith Waits - Apr 12, 2019
Some Kinda There are iconic musicals that always seem to pop on some local company's schedule on a regular basis, but what of the lesser known shows that don't enjoy quite the same level of success?