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Broadway Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
1681 Broadway
by Sally Henry - Sep 7, 2019
Next week, Atlanta audiences get to witness a superstar take the stage with the Atlanta Symphony Orchestra.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 26, 2019
SmackDown moves from Tuesdays to Fridays beginning Friday, Oct. 4 at 8:00 PM ET/PT on FOX, but WWE fans can still get their Tuesday night fix with FS1's WWE BACKSTAGE, television's only studio show devoted to all things WWE.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 26, 2019
Mile Square Theatre, Hudson County's leading professional theatre, announces the MST Solo Works Festival, an eclectic roster of original solo performance by award-winning performance artists.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2020
Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! Yesterday, September 24, he chatted with the incredible Paulo Szot.
by Student Blogger: Meg Graff - Sep 25, 2019
I wanted to be an actor for a really long time. I still love performing, and it's something I try to do fairly regularly. I've had so many people tell me how happy I seemed when I was in the rehearsal process or after shows. For most of my life, I was very much of the mindset a?oethis is it for me. I'm going to be an actor, and I don't need to try anything else, because nothing will ever make me feel as happy and fulfilled as acting does.a??
by Keith Waits - Sep 19, 2019
When a 17-year-old boy gets brutally murdered at the hands of the police, a rising hip hop trio finds themselves at odds with one another as they decide to use fame to speak out or stay silent. Hype Man: a break beat play is ripped from the headlines, realistic and cool. Actors Theatre of Louisville's 90-minute production examines race, privilege, and points of view with vibrato as striking as the production's underscore.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 11, 2020
The 5th Avenue Theatre announced today that its 2020/21 Season will occur as an exciting and dynamic collection of reimagined digital content called The Essential 5th Digital Collection.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 7, 2019
Curio Theatre Company opens its 15th Season with Charles Ludlum's definitive spoof of Gothic melodramas, The Mystery of Irma Vep a?" A Penny Dreadful. This hilarious quick-change extravaganza opens the West Philadelphia professional theatre's 2019-2020 season.
by Courtney Symes - Oct 11, 2019
Dynamic is the word that comes to mind when speaking with John Tesh. His passion for his life, family, and career come across clearly in his instantly recognizable made-for-performing voice. Tesh was a staple in the 1980s on the popular television show, a?oeEntertainment Tonight.a?? Sports fans know him from broadcasting the Tour de France, Olympics, and other events. Still others follow his musical career, which boasts wins for six Emmys, two Grammy nominations, and three gold records. Tesh is bringing his unique performance to the Harris Center on December 5 with his a?oeSongs & Stories from the Grand Pianoa?? tour which, based on reviews, promises to be a night to remember. Broadway World spoke to him about his upcoming show, his cancer battle, and much more!
by Julie Musbach - Oct 10, 2019
SkyPilot Theatre Company, proud of its talented, creative ensemble of actors, is giving them all a night to shine with a one-night-only showcase of scenes, songs, monologues and more.
by Cary Ginell - Nov 8, 2019
'Bandstand' is a show that fell through the cracks, never sustaining the kind of buzz it deserved on Broadway. But a national tour is different from the Great White Way, and the producers of 'Bandstand,' which won a Tony Award two years ago for Best Choreography, is playing to ecstatic audiences in America's heartland. Its story of a group of musicians who return from World War II to form a band, is one of poignancy and real-life struggle. Trumpet player Scott Bell, who is making his debut performance as an actor, talks about getting used to his new acting muscles as well as sharing his stellar musicianship with audiences across the country.
by Vicki Trask - Nov 25, 2019
Under direction by Artistic Director Darcy Evans, the story follows four children as they travel through a wardrobe to the land of Narnia where an eternal winter has been sent by the White Witch, but rumors of a prophecy and the return of the King: Aslan, the Lion, send them on an adventure to save everyone. Set in two acts, the show is filled with plenty of action, magic, and words of wisdom a?" mostly delivered by the two-man puppet Aslan.
by Joseph Harrison - May 9, 2021
In the world of musical theatre, there are some shows that feel fresh and new, no matter how many times you see them. These are the musicals you drop everything to experience even if it may be your fortieth time. For musicals like that, the thrill of seeing what a different theatre, director, designer, or actor may do with a favorite piece can often be just as thrilling as sitting in an audience for opening night of a world premiere musical. For me, this is the case with Alan Menken and Howard Ashman’s LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS – a cautionary tale of what lengths some may take for love, fame and success all wrapped up in a colorful, fun, and nearly perfect book with catchy songs and memorable characters. A frequent choice when asked what my favorite musical may be (and I have seen/heard/performed in many), LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS is the perfect mix of comedy, horror, camp and love story all rolled into one. So, imagine my thrill sitting outside (without a mask based on the new CDC rules!) at the Walt Disney Amphitheatre in Lake Eola Park on opening night of Orlando Shakes latest production as the chords of the opening number began. Excitement, anticipation, and curiosity - and I am here to tell you 100 minutes later (without intermission) my expectations were not only met, but exceeded.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 8, 2020
KSNW has reported that theaters throughout Kansas are anxious to reopen their doors and resume performances. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 2, 2019
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, in collaboration with the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation and the Belfer Center's Middle East Initiative at Harvard Kennedy School, announces they will co-present a series of post-show discussions with leading artists, journalists, and scholars in conjunction with A.R.T.'s production of We Live in Cairo on topics inspired by the show. Written by brothers Daniel Lazour and Patrick Lazour, We Live in Cairo is inspired by the young Egyptians who took to the streets in 2011 to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
Musical Theatre students at Orange County School of the Arts and California School of the Arts – San Gabriel Valley will join a star-studded cast of Broadway, television and film actors for an exciting reimagined “Performing with Pros” theater event. For the first time ever, this show features a cast of 12 guest artists and 87 students.
by Zoe Burke - May 1, 2019
Santa Fe Indian School performing arts director Clara Natonabah has no shortage of creative outlets; the Berkeley music grad is a member of the Two Worlds theatrical ensemble, recently performed in the UNM production of 1n2ian by Jay B. Muskett, and is a gifted singer and songwriter. In addition to her personal performance opportunities, she has chosen to take her gifts and use them to shape the lives of young performers at SFIS. I chatted with Ms. Natonabah over her spring break about the all-encompassing performing arts program she has built for her students.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Mar 9, 2020
Opening on March 13 and running through April 5 at American Stage, the world premiere of The People Downstairs tells the story of Mabel, a lonely, middle-aged shut-in, a visually-impaired woman who lives with her funeral home custodian father, Miles in Buffalo, NY. When a court-appointed guardian threatens to put them in a nursing home, Miles sets out to find true love for his daughter.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 5, 2021
The queens of Season 13 of RuPaul's DragRace have got star quality, but perhaps none are shining as brightly as the luminous Olivia Lux. Before hitting the workroom, this New York City queen worked it out on the stage, and now she's drawing on her musical theatre roots to shantay her way to the crown.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 5, 2021
'Pollyanna was probably the first time we explored our more mellow and nuanced side of our writing,” says singer/guitarist Lauri Huumonen. “It's a very dear song to us and for what it's worth it seems to be bit of a crowd favorite as well!'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 16, 2021
“‘Fallin’ was a song I wrote about telling my girl how I felt about her in the car at the airport right before I moved to Hawaii,” reveals DENM. 'It was like, man this timing is crazy, but this is how I feel and I hope you feel it too, anyways have a good summer, bye!'
by Student Blogger: Christina Samanie - Jul 9, 2020
How many times have you streamed Hamilton since it's ground breaking premiere on Disney+?! I know for me it's become a habit to even just put it on in the background now.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2021
The Anchorage Summer Arts in the Park series continues this weekend with free, outdoor performances on the Anchorage Museum lawn and in Town Square Park at Alaska Center for the Performing Arts.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 25, 2020
Nothing can stop BroadwayWorld's Richard Ridge from bringing you interviews with your favorite Broadway stars! On July 24, he chatted with the great Megan Hilty!
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 23, 2021
The singer-songwriter with the voice of gold debuts her first solo show in New York twice in one weekend, starting tonight... and she has a lot to say with the music she has chosen to introduce herself to the city. And it's all beautiful.
by Peter Nason - Jul 22, 2019
It has a little bit of everything...except an ensemble.
by Jessica Crowe - Jul 1, 2019
According to Albert Einstein, one of the world's most famous theoretical physicists, the true sign of intelligence is not knowledge but imagination. One's ability to solve the world's problems and make the world a better place through creative means is truly the highest form of human intelligence. This brilliant theory is brought to life in a very colorful way through Brett Myers' newest production, Magic & Wonder: Imagine, playing now at the Bird-in-Hand Stage in Bird-in-Hand, Pennsylvania...
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 8, 2020
San Francisco's 42nd Street Moon (Daren A.C. Carollo and Daniel Thomas, Co-Executive Directors) has announced the full cast and creative team for the Company's first production of 2020, the critically-acclaimed Tony Award-winning 'Best Musical' A GENTLEMAN'S GUIDE TO LOVE AND MURDER.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 8, 2020
GUMP, Comedy. Periodt., and CANCER SUCKS take the stage this week at Southern Rep.
by Rachel Weinberg - Feb 25, 2020
Bachelor Nation fans of Chicago can experience all the drama of the popular reality show this March when THE BACHELOR LIVE ON STAGE arrives at Broadway In Chicago's Cadillac Palace Theatre. In advance of BACHELOR LIVE's arrival here, I chatted with former Bachelorette Becca Kufrin, who is co-hosting alongside former Bachelor Ben Higgins. Kufrin shared a preview of what audiences can expect from the show, as well as some behind-the-scenes information from her time on the show (of course, I had to ask about some BACHELOR filming secrets), and her thoughts on the current season.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 22, 2021
Cleveland Time marks the first album release from the group that features Matthew Alec, Brian Woods, Steven Forest Sanders, Jared Lees, Jeremiah Hawkins, and Leon Henault.
by Gil Kaan - Feb 13, 2020
IAMA Theatre Company's latest production FOUND will be opening Thursday February 20, 2020 at the Los Angeles Theatre Center. Helmed by Moritz von Stuelpnagel, this new musical based on Davy Rothbart's popular Found Magazine, features an array of familiar Los Angeles stage talents including: Jordan Kai Burnett, Sheila Carrasco, Parvesh Cheena, Desi Dennis-Dylan, Tom DeTrinis, Zehra Fazal, Ryan W. Garcia, Mike Millan, Karla Mosley and Jonah Platt. I had the opportunity to toss a few questions to Jonah.
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 10, 2019
The recording artist/composer/free spirit known as Nellie McKay is not your typical performer to be sure. It's actually hard to even associate her with a particular musical genre because she performed a little bit of everything in her concert at Kennedy Center as part of the Renée Fleming VOICES series.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 30, 2019
LA MIRADA THEATRE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS presents 'Seinfeld' star and 'Dancing with the Stars' contestant John O'Hurley in A MAN WITH STANDARDS, one night only, Saturday, January 18, 2020 at La Mirada Theatre for the Performing Arts, 14900 La Mirada Blvd in La Mirada.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 2, 2019
On March 18th, 2020, The Ivoryton Playhouse opens its doors for a new season - a year full of exciting, affordable professional theatre. From the First Family of Country to the First Lady of Mystery; from battles among the rose beds to love that lasts forever, our 2020 Season has a little bit of everything and something extra!  A great melting pot of a season in a theatre that feels like home
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 19, 2019
Stories on Stage collaborates once again with the ever-eclectic Buntport Theater Company in a?oeCrushes.a?? Two shows in Denver on Saturday, January 11, 1:30 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., at Su Teatro Cultural and Performing Arts Center, 721 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, 80204.
by Don Grigware - Dec 12, 2019
Actress Roslyn Cohn is remarkably versatile. She is nominated for a BWW Award this year for The Sound of Murder at Theatre 40. In our converrsation she tells our readers about her work and who and what she admires in the acting profession. Tell us about your BWW nomination for The Sound of Murder at Theatre 40. What kind of character did you play? RC: I was excited to get a nomination for this show as we didn't get the amount of reviews we should have
by Kathleen Anwar - Aug 21, 2019
Tchaikovsky's The Sleeping Beauty isn't the Disney version you grew up with- but it does have all the artistry, magic, and delight that we can expect from a classic ballet based on a classic fairy tale.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 2, 2020
These books, many of which were written by stage managers either present or former, will teach people looking to break into stage management all about the basics. Some are aimed at students, or those just beginning their careers. With tips and tricks, inside information, and much more, there's something for every aspiring stage manager here!
by Adam Robinson - Aug 18, 2019
Not fully stand up, not fully a play. Nor a sketch show or pure physical comedy. Splintered is a little bit of everything. A collection of calypso cabaret, all mixed up, reminiscent of the Caribbean itself. It explores and shares the voices of LGBTQI+ women in Trinidad and Tobago.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
Lizm Muzik Group's 'Realizm Radio Vol 1' compilation presents a wide array of local talent stemming from rock, hip hop, pop and r&B. The multi-genre album hosts artists like Bianca Shaw, BoysVsGirl, T-Roc and Attack the Sound.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 26, 2019
American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University unveils its show art for the new musical We Live in Cairo. The art is created by Ganzeer, a multifaceted visual artist and experimenter pivotal to the visual identity of the Egyptian Revolution.Written by brothers Daniel Lazour and Patrick Lazour, We Live in Cairo is inspired by the young Egyptians who took to the streets in 2011 to overthrow President Hosni Mubarak.
by E.H. Reiter - Apr 22, 2020
Tony Houck of NewVillage Arts talks about being a music director, what that requires, and how he's staying busy.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 22, 2019
Singer, guitarist, bandleader and storyteller, Michael Braunfeld premieres the first video and title track from his latest release, Driver, via Mother Church Pew, who cheer, “the video's unfussy production and singular focus allow the art to radiate through the screen.” Additionally, Braunfeld was named a 2019 Grassy Hill Kerville New Folk Finalist and has added new dates to his touring schedule in support of Driver's March 22ndrelease. Driver has reached the Top 100 on the Americana radio charts.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 2, 2021
Finnish indie rock band, messier, have released a new song and music video for “Simon Says”. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 16, 2021
Rising singer, songwriter, and producer DENM has released his new single “Califas” with Jared Watson of Dirty Heads and officially revealed the details for his debut studio album, Slum Beach Denny, out May 14th via Ineffable Records.
by Peter Nason - Apr 16, 2020
The Beatles! Rihanna! Michael Jackson! Johnny Cash! Kanye West! The Rolling Stones! Aretha Franklin! Bob Dylan! Miles Davis! Nirvana! BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the greatest albums from the rock and rap era (1950-2020); see if your favorites made the grade!
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 15, 2021
Meri Ziev has made New York and Florida audiences happy with her club acts. Now, thanks to MetropolitanZoom, she will reach her biggest audience yet.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 12, 2021
MetropolitanZoom presents MERI ZIEV ~ New Words in a live premium virtual venue experience, with full service, including pre-show entertainment and meet and greet at the end of the show.