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by Julie Musbach - Sep 27, 2019
10 Productions. 50 Performances. Musicals, live-action neon animations, solo performances, comedies, and political satire at the Chain Theatre Oct. 1st - Nov. 3rd.
by Stage Tube - Sep 26, 2019
Anna Kendrick stopped by 'Late Night with Seth Meyers' to talk about her recent trips to Amsterdam and Switzerland and tackling the criminal justice system through satire in The Day Shall Come. Watch the clip below!
by Julie Musbach - Sep 25, 2019
Some of radio's most popular personalities are swapping the airwaves to go on tour in a brand new stage show during Autumn 2019.
by Dan Dwyer - Sep 23, 2019
If what you know about 'Cabaret' is informed by the classic 1972 movie which made Liza Minnelli a superstar, you owe yourself to see the Tony-winning musical stage version like the one at community-based Sherman Playhouse. Director Bradford Blake, inspired by London's Donmar Warehouse 1993 revival which made it to Studio54 in 1998, creates a solid, engaging production that is both faithful to the cautionary theme of the original Broadway production and authentic to the raw and seedy world of the decadent Kit Kat Klub, Berlin 1931.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 7, 2019
Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres, Robert Hastie today announces the full casting for his revival of Guys and Dolls - Natalie Casey (Miss Adelaide), Darragh Cowley (Lt Brannigan), Dafydd Emyr (Big Jule), Jacob Fisher (Harry the Horse), Adrian Hansel (Benny Southstreet), Dawn Hope (General Cartwright), Kadiff Kirwan (Sky Masterson), TJ Lloyd (Nicely-Nicely Johnson), Matthew Malthouse (Rusty Charlie), Martin Marquez (Nathan Detroit), Ross McLaren (Angie the Ox), Garry Robson (Arvide Abernathy), and Alex Young (Sarah Brown) with Shaquille Brush (Havana Boy), Frances Camier (Havana Girl), Charlotte Coggin, Adam Denman, Emily Dunn, Tash Holway, Samantha Hull, Kate Playdon and Anthony Starr. The production opens on 12 December, with previews from 7 December, and runs until 18 January 2020.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 31, 2019
Deadline reports that Christoph Waltz and Lily Collins have joined upcoming thriller 'Gilded Rage.' Bill Skarsgard also stars in the film, which is centered on a real-life murder.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 22, 2019
Olivier Award nominee Patrick Ryecart (The Crown, Poldark, The King's Speech) will lead the cast of The Barn Theatre's reimagined actor-musician production of Charles Dickens' festive masterpiece, A Christmas Carol, as Ebenezer Scrooge.
by BWW Special - Oct 18, 2019
BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature Once On This Island, The Light in the Piazza, Sweeney Todd and more!
by BroadwayWorld TV - Oct 11, 2019
BroadwayWorld has a first look at the first professional UK revival of Jerry Herman's much loved musical MAME with Tracie Bennett in the title role.
by Robert Barossi - Nov 9, 2019
Observing visual art can at times create an experience where the viewer has no idea what they are looking at or what the artist is trying to say but they cannot help to appreciate and enjoy the undeniable beauty of the colors and the composition. A similar reaction occurs with Head Trick Theatre's current production of Mrs. Dallow, a play overflowing with gorgeous performances and staging in service of a script that is at times confounding, infuriating or just dull.
by Broadwaysted - Nov 8, 2019
This week, the Broadwaysted Crew is thrilled to be sitting down and chatting with the incredible Melissa Errico! We're pouring out Milagro Tequila as Melissa spills about the production of My Fair Lady she starred in, her amazing experiences performing internationally, and her early beginnings professionally as the first major replacement in a little show called Les Miserables.
by Natalia Jarczynska - Nov 21, 2019
Have you ever wandered why two cheesecakes based on one recipe are slightly different? Even tough you use the same flour, sugar and cheese the taste is not the same. Sometimes it's better, sometimes it's worse. But if you take great ingredients like Traviata, big budget, good voices, Grazyna Szapolowska as director it cannot be bad, correct? You are right! It cannot be!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 21, 2019
Tales Of A Cocktail tells the classic story of an innocent man wrongly, but deliberately sent to his demise and his brilliant strategy for revenge against those who betrayed him. Dashing young mobster Edward is a guileless and honest young man whose plans to marry the beautiful Mercedes and live a better life are abruptly shattered when his best friend who wants Mercedes for himself, deceives him. Told through a Chicago 1920s lens this dance adaptation brings to life the tale of The Count Of Monte Cristo.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 20, 2019
La Jolla Playhouse announces four of six productions for its 2020/2021 season, including the world premieres of Bhangin' It, book by Mike Lew (Tiger Style!) and Rehana Lew Mirza (DNA New Work Series' Child of Colonialism), music and lyrics by Sam Willmott, directed by Amy Anders Corcoran, co-produced with McCarter Theatre Center; and Mother Russia, by UC San Diego MFA alumna Lauren Yee (Cambodian Rock Band), directed by Tyne Rafaeli (The Coast Starlight); along with What the Constitution Means to Me, the acclaimed work by Pulitzer Prize finalist Heidi Schreck, directed by Oliver Butler; and the previously-announced, Broadway-bound musical Lempicka, book and lyrics by Carson Kreitzer, music by Matt Gould, directed by 2019 Tony Award winner Rachel Chavkin (Broadway's Hadestown).
by Stephi Wild - Nov 13, 2019
Just in time for the holidays The Wizards of Winter appear at Spencer Theater Friday, November 22 at 7 p.m., inspiring patrons to journey into the magic of the season.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 13, 2019
Following their acclaimed, record-breaking production of 'Guys & Dolls' in 2018, The Mill at Sonning today announces the cast for its 2019 Christmas musical, 'Singin' in the Rain', based on the classic Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film, with 1,000 litres of water pumped onto the tiny stage at every show.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 1, 2019
BroadwayWorld is checking in with the cast to uncover some little known facts about the political giants they play onstage. Today, watch as Marc Kudisch gives us a lesson on Richard J,. Daley.
by Abigail Charpentier - Nov 1, 2019
'Girl, where you been?' asks a voice at the very beginning of the title track, and first release, of A Girl Called Eddy's sublime second album, Been Around. All things considered, it's a fair question. Fourteen years have passed since her self-titled debut, produced by Richard Hawley, became something of a cult favorite with her voice and song-writing talent winning fulsome praise and not-hyperbolic comparisons to Karen Carpenter and Carole King. 
by TV Scoop - Jan 7, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NCIS: LOS ANGELES, airing on CBS on Sunday, January 12, 2020!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 6, 2020
Community Little Theatre held auditions for the Philip Barry classic, The Philadelphia Story. This sparkling comedy is a witty, sophisticated romp, a breezy and romantic story which explores family dynamics, class prejudice, and human frailty. The movie starred Cary Grant, Katherine Hepburn and Jimmy Stewart (who won a Best Supporting Actor Oscar).
by Stephi Wild - Jan 31, 2020
Sheffield Theatres today announce the full cast for Robert Hastie's new production of Coriolanus. The production follows his critically acclaimed productions of Julius Caesar and A Midsummer Night's Dream. Joining previously announced cast member Tom Bateman are Hermon Berhane, Mudassar Dar, Stella Gonet, Esther McAuley, Remmie Milner, Theo Ogundipe, Louis J Rhone, Eddie-Joe Robinson, Kate Rutter, Malcolm Sinclair, Katy Stephens, Ben Wiggins and Alex Young. The company is completed by members of Sheffield People's Theatre, Sheffield Theatres' intergenerational theatre company.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 30, 2020
Nordo is proud to present Seattle Times' a?oemover and shaker of the next decade,a?? Sara Porkalob's latest work, The Angel in the House. The play is a Victorian revenge thriller set in high society England at the turn of the 19th century. Forbidden love, secret betrayal, and unfolding prophecy is set to a decadent four-course meal. Cleverly scripted, this gothic tale exposes dark longings and their unpredictable consequences in Nordo's Culinarium February 9 - March 15, 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 3, 2020
The show tells the true love story of Emilio and Gloria and charts their journey from its origins in Cuba, onto the streets of Miami and finally to international superstardom. It features iconic pops songs of the era, including Rhythm is Gonna Get You, Conga, Get On Your Feet, Don't Want To Lose You and 1-2-3.
by TV Scoop - Jan 27, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of PRODIGAL SON, airing on FOX on Monday, February 3, 2020!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 24, 2020
Join Lin-Manuel, Luis, Luz, Vanessa, Luz Miranda Crespo, and Luis Crespo and the rest of the Miranda family at a private performance of The Unsinkable Molly Brown on February 28th at Abrons Arts Center in New York City!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 17, 2020
Tony Award-nominated singer, actress and writer Melissa Errico, has starred on Broadway in Anna Karenina, My Fair Lady, High Society and many other stellar productions.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 16, 2020
How did a college drop-out, turned high school math teacher, catapult himself into enormous personal wealth while creating a human sex trafficking syndicate catering to the rich and famous? And what despicable secrets, risks and lies followed him directly to his prison cell where he was found dead, with one final question: WHO KILLED JEFFREY EPSTEIN? This first special in ID's new anthology series WHO KILLED...(wt) will feature exclusive interviews and an in-depth investigation to reveal new clues about Epstein's seedy underworld, privileged life and controversial death. WHO KILLED JEFFREY EPSTEIN? will air in 2020, only on Investigation Discovery.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 16, 2020
La Jolla Playhouse has announced the final two productions for its 2020/2021 season: the world premieres of to the yellow house, by Kimber Lee (tokyo fish story), directed by former Playhouse Associate Artistic Director Neel Keller (School for Wives, Light Up the Sky), running July 14 - August 9; and Guilty Pleasure, by Paul Rudnick (Jeffrey; screenplays for Sister Act, In & Out), directed by Christopher Ashley (Come From Away, Diana), the Rich Family Artistic Director of La Jolla Playhouse. Produced in association with Diversionary Theatre, Guilty Pleasure will run November 8 - December 6.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 6, 2020
In its biggest summer festival to date, Nevill Holt Opera will present two of the world's most beloved operas, Verdi's La traviata and Mozart's Don Giovanni. Located in one of England's most beautiful country house estates, the new theatre at Nevill Holt Opera is the only opera house ever to be shortlisted for the prestigious 2019 RIBA Stirling Prize a?" the highest accolade in UK architecture a?" as well as having won the Stirling Prize People's Vote.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 28, 2020
Hangmen is officially in previews on Broadway! Martin McDonagh's Hangmen marks McDonagh's seventh play to be produced on Broadway and his return to the stage following his BAFTA and Golden Globe Award-winning and Oscar-nominated film Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri. Hangmen will officially open on Thursday, March 19, 2020, at Broadway's Golden Theatre (252 West 45th Street).
by Stephi Wild - Feb 28, 2020
Maria Friedman, winner of three Olivier Awards, will lead the cast in a major new revival of Noël Coward's Hay Fever at Salisbury Playhouse, directed by Gareth Machin (22 April a?' 16 May; Press Night Friday 24 April).
by Richard Allen - Feb 28, 2020
a?oeGood times and bum times, I've seen them all and, my dear, I'm still here,a?? sings Carlotta in a pivotal moment in Follies. Like Carlotta, Follies has proven to be a fighter, surviving the yearly onslaught of new musicals while retaining the show's natural, understated charm. With a set consisting of not much more than a few tables and chairs, Follies spins a story about four aging performers confronting the (literal) ghosts of their past.
by Roger Catlin - Feb 27, 2020
The week the stock market erases its year's gains may be just the right time to open a not-often produced play about swift changes in fortune.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 27, 2020
The Philly POPS raises a glass to an iconic Copa room performance in a toast to the Chairman-SINATRA: A Man and His Music, May 1-3, 2020 at the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
by Marina Kennedy - Feb 24, 2020
Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Executive Chef Nikola Karvelas for our 'Chef Spotlight' about his career and the new restaurant in the theatre district, Nisi.
by TV Scoop - Feb 24, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a Rebroadcast of PRODIGAL SON, airing on FOX on Monday, March 2, 2020!
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 24, 2020
After an acclaimed engagement last November, Tony Award nominated singer, actress and New York Times columnist Melissa Errico will return to Feinstein's/54 Below, May 28-30 with a?oeLegrand Difference.a??
by Herbert Paine - Feb 22, 2020
Pietro Marcello's 2019 eponymous adaptation of London's 1909 novel (with screenplay by Marcello and Maurizio Braucci) is a deep, stirring, beautifully composed, and, yes, intellectually provocative exploration of one man's search for meaning in a society that he could not countenance and that could not abide him. Luca Marinelli delivers a breathtaking performance (for which he received the prestigious Volpi Cup at the 2019 Venice Film Festival) as Martin, a man whose quest for fulfillment and resistance to the norms of society created an inner turmoil he struggled ferociously to weather. One of the features at this year's Sedona International Film Festival.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 21, 2020
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre have today announced that Olivier and Tony Award nominee Kate Fleetwood* will play the iconic villain, Cruella de Vil, in their forthcoming production of 101 Dalmatians (16 May a?' 21 June).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2020
The Walnut Street Theatre continues its 2019-20 Independence Studio on 3 season with the Philadelphia premiere of the quirky comedy, POPCORN FALLS. Written by James Hindman, directed by Ellie Mooney, and starring Luke Bradt and Dan Olmstead, the production begins previews on February 25, opens March 5, and continues through March 29.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 13, 2020
A new musical stage adaptation of Black Orpheus directed by multi Tony Award winner George C. Wolfe could be headed to Broadway!
by Rich Mehrenberg - Dec 7, 2019
...an enjoyable show that is true to the original, but is a little too much on the safe side. The look, sound, and dynamics of the show seem to be lacking that certain 'EPAC signature' that audience have come to expect. This production would feel equally at home at the Fulton, Hershey, York, or many other Central Pennsylvania theater companies.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Dec 6, 2019
New York's nebulous avant-garde metal outfit Imperial Triumphant announce they will be joining the Devastation on The Nation 2020 North American Tour with Rotting Christ, Borknagar, Wolfheart, and Abigail Williams. The band will hit the road this Spring, starting March 19th in Berkeley, CA and ending April 19th in Los Angeles, CA. For more information and to purchase tickets, visit www.metalfestivaltours.com.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Dec 3, 2019
Entertainment One (eOne) announced today it has acquired the international distribution rights to France 2's highly anticipated crime drama “La Garconne,” from Paris-based, International Emmy-nominated production company, Mother Production and its co-producer Gedesel. The deal, which marks eOne's first French-language acquisition, was brokered by Noel Hedges, eOne's EVP, Acquisitions, International Distribution.
by Little Known Facts w/ Ilana Levine - Dec 23, 2019
'The Maria Callas of American musical theater,' as Opera News has called her, referencing both her crystalline voice and dramatic, expressive intensity, Melissa Errico is an actress, singer and author. First known for her starring roles on Broadway, her latest album, Sondheim Sublime, was called by The Wall Street Journal 'The best all-Sondheim album ever recorded.' Nothing in her work has been more constant than her association with Michel Legrand. Having starred in his sole Broadway show, 'Amour', she went on to collaborate with him on the iconic album 'Legrand Affair'. After his death in 2019, she was asked to write his eulogy by The New York Times - where she is a frequent contributor- and was then invited to become the sole American performer to participate in the extraordinary two-day memorial to Legrand held in April at Paris' Le Grand Rex Theatre, work that led one critic to announce that, 'Errico is, and will continue to be, the premier interpreter of the musical legacy of Michel Legrand.' This fall 2019, Ghostlight Records reissues her symphonic album, which Legrand arranged & conducted, as 'Legrand Affair Deluxe Edition.'
by Review Roundups - Dec 16, 2019
Harry Connick Jr - A Celebration of Cole Porter, honoring one of America's most respected songwriters, just opened on Broadway last week. Featuring a vibrant, 25-piece orchestra and a modern, multi-media presentation, this entirely new production brings back to Broadway both the magic of Cole Porter's compositions and one of the world's most celebrated live performers.
by Natasha Ashley - Dec 13, 2019
This week the new national tour of The Lincoln Center Theater Production of My Fair Lady opened at Syracuse's Landmark Theatre and it is a moving, powerful, and beautiful production under the superb direction of Bartlett Sher. It is in fact the classic My Fair Lady  you are probably used to seeing but it does offer a fresh take on the classic musical in this new and breathtaking production.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 12, 2019
Named after Coventry Fallows' 19th century poem extolling the virtues of the 'perfect wife,' The Angel in the House begins New Year's Eve in 1899 in the home of Mrs. Edmund Brown. The highest of England's high society is gathered to ring in a very special New Year alive with ancient prophecy. When a mysterious stranger arrives and a cold body is found in the garden, the evening takes a shocking turn toward the sinister.