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Affairs of State - 1950 - Broadway

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Music Box Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
239 West 45th St.
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by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 8, 2016
Concluding a spectacular season on June, 2016 and including the participation at The International Young Dancers Festival in Indonesia, Arts Ballet Theatre of Florida prepares its new 2016-2017 season with four programs summoning the best of international ballet works.
by Tyler Peterson - Sep 28, 2015
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, America's preeminent professional Gilbert & Sullivan repertory company, kicks off its 41st season with the political fairytale Iolanthe (November 7 & 8) at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place). The seventh collaboration between Gilbert and Sullivan, Iolanthe is certainly not politics as usual! The affairs of state in fairyland take center stage and the tasty tunes take wing along with the non-stop hilarity.
by Jan Nargi - Sep 18, 2012
A.R.T.'s world premiere of David Adjmi's dark comedy 'Marie Antoinette' explores the complex woman beneath the myth while drawing parallels between the infamously over-privileged French monarchy and America's 1%
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 7, 2015
Brave Spirits Theater, the Washington DC Metropolitan area's premiere producer of little-known early modern plays, is proud to announce an (almost) entirely re-gendered production of both parts of Shakespeare's classic coming-of-age saga, Henry the Fourth.
by Review Roundups - Oct 5, 2015
Rose Theatre Kingston presents THE WARS OF THE ROSES, which opened on 16 September and runs through 31 October 2015.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 4, 2019
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College (HCC), continues its 27th season with the world premiere of a?oeE2,a?? written by Bob Bartlett and directed by Joseph W. Ritsch.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2017
Following their sold-out New York debut, songwriters Nicholas Connors and Michael Wysong return to The Duplex with another evening of new musical theatre songs on Friday, October 13th.
by Stage Tube - Oct 29, 2013
Angela Lansbury was first the first inductee into Bucks County Playhouse Hall of Fame in New Hope, Pennsylvania, where she first appeared on an American stage.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 18, 2013
Tony winners Tyne Daly and Christine Ebersole will be joined by Tony nominee Hunter Foster, Justin Guarini, Lauren Molina and Nick Cearley in special vocal performances honoring Ms. Lansbury. Theatrical veterans and Tony winners Boyd Gaines and Alfred Uhry, both who worked with Ms. Lansbury on the 2013 Australian Tour of Driving Miss Daisy, will join as special guests.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 16, 2015
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, America's preeminent professional Gilbert & Sullivan repertory company, kicks off its 41st season with the political fairytale Iolanthe (November 7 & 8) at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place). The seventh collaboration between Gilbert and Sullivan, Iolanthe is certainly not politics as usual! The affairs of state in fairyland take center stage and the tasty tunes take wing along with the non-stop hilarity.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2017
Following their sold-out New York debut, songwriters Nicholas Connors and Michael Wysong return to The Duplex with another evening of new musical theatre songs today, October 13th.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2015
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, America's preeminent professional Gilbert & Sullivan repertory company, kicks off its 41st season with the political fairytale IOLANTHE (November 7 & 8) at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place). The seventh collaboration between Gilbert and Sullivan, IOLANTHE is certainly not politics as usual! The affairs of state in fairyland take center stage and the tasty tunes take wing along with the non-stop hilarity.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 12, 2013
The New York Times has confirmed earlier reports that Hilary mantel's novels WOLF HALL and BRING UP THE BODIES are being adapted as a six-part television drama for PBS' 'Masterpiece' and will star Tony and Olivier-winner Mark Rylance as Thomas Cromwell.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 1, 2019
Parliamentary hijinks, hearsay, political extremes, and conflict of interest a?' 19th century Gilbertian storytelling never seemed so relevant!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2015
The New York Gilbert & Sullivan Players, America's preeminent professional Gilbert & Sullivan repertory company, kicks off its 41st season with the political fairytale IOLANTHE (this weekend, November 7 & 8) at NYU Skirball Center for the Performing Arts (566 LaGuardia Place). The seventh collaboration between Gilbert and Sullivan, IOLANTHE is certainly not politics as usual! The affairs of state in fairyland take center stage and the tasty tunes take wing along with the non-stop hilarity.
by Steve Callahan - Nov 16, 2017
Winter Opera continues its tradition of stunning quality in its revival of 'The Student Prince'.
by Christina Mancuso - May 24, 2013
In “Knight's Code” (published by AuthorHouse), Don Levin looks back at history and wonders what might have happened outside of the public's view, as well as what hidden factors motivated major historical moments.
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2016
Legendary scenic and costume designer, MICHAEL YEARGAN (currently represented on Broadway with Fiddler on the Roof and The King and I), and costume designer SUSAN TSU are among the 2016 TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards recipients. The awards will be presented at a ceremony tonight, May 20, at 6:30pm, at the Edison Ballroom (240 West 47th Street).
by BWW News Desk - May 18, 2016
Legendary scenic and costume designer, MICHAEL YEARGAN (currently represented on Broadway with Fiddler on the Roof and The King and I), and costume designer SUSAN TSU are among the 2016 TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards recipients. The awards will be presented at a ceremony on Friday, May 20, at 6:30pm, at the Edison Ballroom (240 West 47th Street).
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2013
According to the Daily Mail, Mark Rylance will star as Thomas Cromwell, Henry VIII's chief minister, in a six-part BBC mini-series adaptation of Hilary Mantel's popular novels Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies.
by Tyler Peterson - Mar 31, 2016
Legendary scenic and costume designer, MICHAEL YEARGAN (currently represented on Broadway with Fiddler on the Roof and The King and I), and costume designer SUSAN TSU are among the 2016 TDF/Irene Sharaff Awards recipients. The awards will be presented at a ceremony on Friday, May 20, at 6:30pm, at the Edison Ballroom (240 West 47th Street).  Ms. Tsu was selected to receive the 2016 TDF/Irene Sharaff Lifetime Achievement Award for costume design and Mr. Yeargan will receive the Robert L.B. Tobin Award for Sustained Excellence in Theatrical Design. The awards are presented through Theatre Development Fund's Costume Collection.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 14, 2019
Rep Stage, the professional regional theatre in residence at Howard Community College, will launch its 2019-2020 season with "Souvenir" by Stephen Temperley, followed by a world premiere by local playwright Bob Bartlett and a regional premiere by Philadelphia playwright James Ijames, and then conclude with the timeless musical "Dames at Sea."
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 10, 2020
The New York Shakespeare company will present Shakespeare's Richard III, a tale of one man's desire for power and what he will do to get it.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 9, 2014
This summer, Shakespeare's delightful and romantic comedy is given a Downton Abbey-twist with elegant and sumptuous costumes and the ringing sounds of the early twentieth-century music hall as Independent Shakespeare Co. presents Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT or What You Will, directed by Independent Shakespeare Co.'s Artistic Director Melissa Chalsma.
by Alan Henry - Jun 6, 2019
Love's Labors Lost is running through June 23 at Forest Park as part of the 2019 Shakespeare Festival St. Louis.
by Courtnie Mele - Jun 30, 2014
This summer, Shakespeare's delightful and romantic comedy is given a Downton Abbey-twist with elegant and sumptuous costumes and the ringing sounds of the early twentieth-century music hall as Independent Shakespeare Co. presents Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT or What You Will, directed by Independent Shakespeare Co.'s Artistic Director Melissa Chalsma.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2014
This summer, Shakespeare's delightful and romantic comedy is given a Downton Abbey-twist with elegant and sumptuous costumes and the ringing sounds of the early twentieth-century music hall as Independent Shakespeare Co. presents Shakespeare's TWELFTH NIGHT or What You Will, directed by Independent Shakespeare Co.'s Artistic Director Melissa Chalsma.
by Keith Waits - Jun 25, 2018
What more pleasant way to spend a summer evening than outdoors in the heart of Old Louisville, surrounded by green space, with some of the loveliest turns of phrase ever written in the English language wafting on the breeze? Thanks to Kentucky Shakespeare and its supporters, we can do just that - free of charge - virtually all summer long in Louisville. What a treat, indeed!
by Macon Prickett - Jun 18, 2018
A gripping thriller that combines love, lust, and political scandal,Affairs of State arrives on Blu-ray (plus Digital), DVD, and DigitalAugust 14 from Lionsgate. This film is currently available On Demand.
by Ellen Dostal - Jun 18, 2014
This summer, Shakespeare's delightful and romantic comedy is given a Downton Abbey-twist with elegant and sumptuous costumes and the ringing sounds of the early twentieth-century music hall as Independent Shakespeare Co. presents Shakespeare's Twelfth Night or What You Will, directed by ISC's artistic director Melissa Chalsma.
by Walter McBride - Jul 16, 2012
Just yesterday BroadwayWorld reported that Broadway star and Academy Award winner Celeste Holm has died. She was 95. We pay tribute to Holm with photos from her career below.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 15, 2012
According to a report on NY1, Broadway star and Academy Award winner Celeste Holm has died. She was 95.
by Veronica Bruscini - Jan 22, 2013
Howard Brenton breathes new life into Boleyn's public persona as Queen and delves deeply into her private and fiercely-held personal faith; he also employs the characters to examine the realities and intersections of state, religious, and gender politics at work in Tudor England.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 18, 2019
Shakespeare Festival St. Louis announced today that "Love's Labors Lost" will be the 2019 season main stage production at Shakespeare Glen in Forest Park. A comedic masterpiece by William Shakespeare, the production is scheduled May 31 through June 23; preview nights are set for May 29-30.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jan 11, 2019
Times are tough in the 25th century, judging from the world on view in Brendan Pelsue's Wellesley Girl, now onstage at the Belmont Little Theatre in a superbly acted and staged production from Pipeline-Collective. While our imaginations of how the 25th century will actually play out - what with various incarnations of that time period, as represented by the science-fictional universe of the myriad Star Trek iterations - Pelsue's interpretation, informed by the current political climate of the 21st century, offers a far more dystopian vision, but it's one which will hit close to home for every audience member left in thrall by the performances of director David Ian Lee's exceptional ensemble of actors.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 11, 2017
Actors' Shakespeare Project kicks off 2017 with Christopher Marlowe's complex Edward II, England's notorious king who forsakes everything for his public and private passions--only to meet horrific ends at the hands of his queen and his conniving noblemen. ASP is fortunate to bring both the talents of its Resident Acting Company and director David R. Gammons to navigate the intricate theatrical landscape of this historically controversial and rarely seen play. Performances are February 22 - March 19, 2017 (Press Performance: Saturday, February 25, 8 PM) at the Charlestown Working Theater, 442 Bunker Hill St, Charlestown. For more information visit actorsshakespeareproject.org.
by Roy Berko - Feb 8, 2013
Yes, it's snowing outside, but soon Spring and Summer will be upon us. That means The Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Canada, will beckon. The Shaw is one of the two major Canadian theatre festivals, the other being The Shakespeare Festival in Stratford, Ontario. Both are high quality venues.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2013
, Saul self-identified as a Pharisee, and his endless curiosity was piqued when he learned of the execution of a man called Jesus by the governor, Pilate; when Saul happens upon the trial of Peter, one of Jesus' close associates who argues that the Pharisee leadership played a role in the execution, he's baffled. What did the Jewish leaders have to do with affairs of state?
by Kaitlin Milligan - Dec 2, 2019
Netflix has announced that Zoe Kazan, Betty Gabriel, Adrian Grenier, and Phoenix Raei will star in the new series Clickbait. An eight-episode scripted limited series, Clickbait is a character-based thriller which explores the ways in which our most dangerous and uncontrolled impulses are fueled in the age of social media and reveals the ever-widening fractures we find between our virtual and real-life personas.  
by Gary Naylor - Apr 9, 2014
Gary Naylor sees Chekhov's classic updated, but diminished, saved by wonderful performances and the Russian's genius.
by Nicole Rosky - Apr 29, 2021
This could be your week to own a piece of history from one of the brightest stars of Broadway's Golden Age. Doyle will feature pieces from the Celeste Holm Collection as a special section of the inaugural Stage & Screen auction benefitting The Actors Fund.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2021
Celebrate the legendary Celeste Holm, own a piece of Broadway and Hollywood history, and support The Actor’s Fund!
by Nicole Rosky - Apr 27, 2021
This Wednesday could be your day to own a piece of history from one of the brightest stars of Broadway's Golden Age. Doyle will feature pieces from the Celeste Holm Collection as a special section of the inaugural Stage & Screen auction on April 28, at 10am. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 27, 2020
Smithsonian Channels' May programming features the premiere of “An American Aristocrat's Guide To Great Estates,” an all-access pass into Great Britain's most magnificent homes, hosted by Julie Montagu, Viscountess Hinchingbrooke.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 25, 2019
The nationally-recognized Shakespeare in the Streets program will highlight the stories of not just one community, but two - Normandy, Missouri and Brussels, Illinois -- for Shakespeare Festival St. Louis' first urban-rural exchange Sept. 12-14. The performances will be inspired by the Bard's play, "As You Like It."
by Stephi Wild - Apr 23, 2018
London is set to welcome the internationally renowned China National Peking Opera Company (CNPOC) for its highly anticipated appearance at Sadler's Wells, presenting UK audiences with the astonishing opportunity to experience the quintessence of Chinese culture.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 13, 2020
Historian Tracy Borman returns to host a second season of PRIVATE LIVES OF THE MONARCHS, giving viewers an inside look into more discreet dealings and hidden love affairs of the most controversial figures of European royalty.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 10, 2015
Martin Sheen and Mischa Barton, stars of the film, Bhopal: A Prayer For Rain, will be among the participants kicking off the Seventh Annual Kat Kramer's Films That Change The World cinema series highlighting socially significant films,