After All Broadway


Booth Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
222 West 45th St.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 30, 2019
Broadway and TV star Andy Mientus brings his Joni Mitchell tribute back to New York before hitting the West Coast with performances of this laid-back and lush night of looking back at another time and the music of a true legend.
by TV News Desk - Sep 30, 2019
After three sold out NZ shows, Jimmy Barnes brings his massive Shutting Down Your Town tour back to Australia this week for shows at WIN  Entertainment Centre in Wollongong (Thursday, 3 October) and Sydney's Hordern Pavilion (Saturday, 5 October) with special guests JET. Jimmy will then blaze through arenas in Melbourne, Adelaide and Newcastle, plus outdoor gigs in Brisbane, Gold Coast, Coffs Harbour, Tullamore and Perth. 
by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2019
A Streetcar Named Desire recently opened at Soulpepper Theatre. Read what critics had to say!
by Carissa Chesanek - Sep 30, 2019
If you've ever wanted to try acting but have been too shy, the Russell Acting Studio's Act & Sip class is the way to do it. This 90-minute class gets you reciting lines without any pressure.
by Fiona Scott - Sep 29, 2019
Nancy Zamit is a member of Mischief Theatre, known for their haphazard and hilarious productions such as The Play That Goes Wrong and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery. She spoke to BroadwayWorld about Groan Ups, the first of three new shows from the company playing at the Vaudeville Theatre.
by Brady Schwind - Sep 27, 2019
Mark Nadler brings devilish wit to his scintillating new show.
by BWW News Desk - 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 BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2019
Dance Umbrella, now in its 41st year, continues its mission to celebrate 21st-century choreography with international performers and choreographers in events happening across London.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2019
Birdland will kick-off their great week of programming with week two of the a?oeThird Annual Celebration of Ron Cartera?? with Ron Carter's Golden Striker Trio, Anita Gillette, An Evening with Garrison Keillor and Heather Masse, and more!
by Katie Laban - Sep 26, 2019
Hollywood Arms, the Carol Burnett story, is currently playing at Ridgedale Players. The show kicked the 2019-2020 season at one Michigan's oldest community theatres as Ridgedale Players has been around since 1931. Hollywood Arms is a memoir of Burnett's childhood in California. It's a funny and moving story of three generations of women living on welfare in a one-room apartment, one block north of Hollywood Boulevard. A tale about shattered hopes and realized dreams. 'Layered. Exposed. Lively. Reflective. Hearty.' That is how Erica Gunaca described Hollywood Arms before it closes this weekend. Read what else she had to say in our interview below:
by Brady Schwind - Sep 26, 2019
Scott Siegel knows how to pick 'em. The New York City cabaret impressario who is the creator of the long running Town Hall signature series, Broadway by the Year, has long had a finger on the pulse of great talent and great ideas, and so it should be no surprise that both are on hand in ample supply at the return of 11' O'Clock Numbers: The Songs that Lit Up Broadway! at Feinstein's / 54 Below.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
Long Wharf Theatre announces dates, complete casting and the complete creative team for the first production in the 19-20 Season, On the Grounds of Belonging, written by Ricardo Pérez González and directed by David Mendizábal. Performances begin on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 for a limited run through November 3, 2019.
by TV News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
Maroon 5 and Apple team up to bring the group's hit new single 'Memories' to the collection of soundtracks available for the Memories feature in the Photos app on your iPhone and iPad. The feature is available now in Photos on iOS 13 and iPadOS, and marks the first time Apple has collaborated with an artist to launch a new song featured in the Photos app.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
This Month, FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2019
Random Acts presents SCARY STORIES: ARE YOU AFRAID?, featuring ten world premiere tales by some of the country's most exciting playwrights. Performances take place at Otherworld Theatre (3914 N. Clark).
by Laura Jones - Sep 25, 2019
Based on a true story, Evan Placey's debut play Mother of Him tells the story of a Canadian teenager under house arrest while he waits for his hearing. We eventually discover that Matthew (Scott Folan) has raped several girls at a sorority house along with a friend. Although we don't see the world outside - every time the front door opens, there are flashes from the paparazzi cameras and shouts from journalists who are camped outside the family home.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2019
A SOULFUL CHRISTMAS, the holiday musical revue for lovers of Gospel, R&B and Soul music, from the creative team behind the hit musicals Mighty Real: A Fabulous Sylvester Musical and An Evening With Phyllis Hyman, returns to New York City for the third year this December.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 25, 2019
The artistry of four remarkable women is showcased in Leslie Orofino's new cabaret show, SHINE!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 25, 2019
Laguna Playhouse Artistic Director Ann E. Wareham and Executive Director Ellen Richard are thrilled to announce that acclaimed film, TV and theatre veterans Frances Fisher (a?oeTitanic,a?? Native Gardens, Barbeque), will star as a?oeQueen Eleanora?? and Gregory Harrison (a?oeTrapper John, M.D.,a?? Broadway'sChicago, Steel Pier), will star as a?oeKing Henry IIa?? in its upcoming production of THE LION IN WINTER, written by James Goldman and directed by Sheldon Epps.  
by Jeffrey Ellis - Oct 9, 2019
a?oeWhat the hell did I just sit through?a?? was my visceral reaction upon leaving the opening night performance of A.D. Timms' Tall Tales a?" the original a?oequeer horror storya?? presented by Woven Theatre Company at The Barbershop Theatre through October 20. Now, some 96 hours later as I sit down to compose my review of the piece, I find myself continuing to ponder that question.
by Ben Rimalower - Oct 9, 2019
Actor-singer-dancer-choreographer Adam Fleming became a part of Broadway history originating the roles of Sketch in Hairspray and Lucas in Bare. In 2005, he starred in David Brind and Adam Salky's acclaimed short film, Dare, about two teenage boys' tense, spark-filled encounter in a pool following high school play practice. Dare gained a cult following as part of Strand Releasing's 'Boys Life' series and ultimately achieved worldwide popularity via more than 12 Million views on Youtube. The fan fervor (and fan fiction!) eventually inspired a sequel, ten years later. The original and the sequel are now being presented together as The Dare Project and attracting new legions of fans.
by Ron Bierman - Oct 9, 2019
It's an exciting time for San Diego classical-music lovers. There are more concert choices than ever before, and performance quality has been impressive for everything from solo recitals to symphony concerts and operas. The La Jolla Music Society's $82 million dollar multi-stage Conrad Prebys Arts Center held its first concert early this year, and the San Diego Symphony has begun its own multi-million dollar project to turn its waterfront summer venue into a state-of-the-art amphitheater that will host year-round concerts and events.
by Student Blogger: Meghan Settle - Oct 8, 2019
Hi everyone! My name is Meghan, and I'm a Junior Lighting Design and Technology Emphasis at Oklahoma City University. At my college, we're given 2 to 3 production assignments a semester, and my first one for the semester is production electrician on the regional premiere of Aaron Sorkin's To Kill a Mockingbird. The show goes up near the end of this month, so I thought I would write about my process as master electrician for the show as it happens.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2019
After a fantastic run of Mamma Mia!, the Fall season continues with twelve performances of A Gentleman's Guide to Love and Murder.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2019
It's 'CSI: Bethlehem' in this holiday mystery extravaganza, from the author of Late Nite Catchism, as Sister takes on the mystery that has intrigued historians throughout the ages - whatever happened to the Magi's gold?
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2019
Casting has been confirmed for Park Theatre's festive family adaptation of Hans Christian Andersen's classic: The Snow Queen. Focusing on the origins of the Queen who brings endless winter, the cast includes: Frances Marshall, Ayesha Casely-Hayford, Esmonde Cole, Sarah-Louise Young, Justin Brett, Paula James and Matt Cavendish. The production is adapted by Charles Way and directed by Abigail Anderson, with a national press night on Friday 6 December, 7pm.
by Student Blogger: Shelbi Cornelison - Oct 7, 2019
Congratulations! After months of countless auditions, Unifeds, interviews, callbacks, portfolio reviews and the dreaded waiting (and inevitable acceptance and denial) period you have final found a collegiate theatrical home...only to find out that it's not actually your home. Now, you're left debating whether or not starting the entire process all over again is really worth the risk of coming out empty-handed in the end.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 7, 2019
Is it easier to broker a BEE deal than date night after 21 years together?  Two To Tango is a comedy drama about a superficially liberal white couple negotiating post-apartheid challenges.  Should they have jumped on the gravy train after all?  
by Brady Schwind - Oct 5, 2019
With her latest appearance at Feinstein's / 54 Below Betsy Wolfe is poised for Broadway stardom.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 4, 2019
Birdland will kick-off their great week of programming with week three of the a?oeThird Annual Celebration of Ron Cartera?? with The Ron Carter Quartet, Joanne Halev, The Joel Frahm Quartet, and more!
by TV Scoop - Oct 4, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of CHARMED, airing on THE CW on Friday, October 25, 2019!
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 4, 2019
A cabaret debut this summer by Joanne Halev was so successful that it is getting the encore treatment this autumn!
by Andrew Beck - Oct 4, 2019
But 'Shear Madness,' the madcap murder mystery comedy that lets its audience vote each night on the identity of the perpetrator, owes a lot of its popularity to the show's willingness to update itself on essentially a daily basis, so that the jokes and setting feel as fresh and exhilarating as possible. After all, the show started nearly 40 years ago in Boston, where you can still find it running at the venerable Charles Playhouse today.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 3, 2019
The daring, cutting edge performance artist is back at Joe's Pub with a sequel to her 2013 rape culture show Asking For It.
by Joe Lombardi - Oct 3, 2019
'If you want to know what's wrong with this country, go ask a jazz musician.'  Jaymes Jorsling's new play (A)loft Modulation is a lot like jazz.  Some sections are scintillating, magical and transporting while others are elongated and incongruous.  Patience, however, will reward those who travel this path.  A fascinating time capsule view into a vivid and complicated world of artists, dreams, demons and drugs awaits.
by Cindy Marcolina - Oct 2, 2019
Emily (Julia-Maria Arnolds) is heading to a?oethe villagea?? to try to fix things with her boyfriend, who's actually decided not to go with her after all. Daniel (Duarte Bandeira) is a young man on his way back home from the city. Their loneliness and hunger for something more finds fertile ground when he pierces through her bubble and starts to talk to her on the train journey. Bandeira writes Platonic, a fairly unusual story about human connection and unrequited love whose balance is inexplicably off.
by TV Scoop - Oct 2, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of CHARMED, airing on THE CW on Friday, October 18, 2019!
by Onur Alec Kadioglu - Oct 13, 2019
Kaan Sekban, being recognized as a social media phenomenon, brought his jokes to the stage and became one of the most prominent figures of recent years. After working in various positions at a bank for ten years, Kaan Sekban participated in the acting and musical workshops in Turkey and abroad. Acted in Istanbulname the Musical in Turkey and in the A Midsummer Night's Dream in Italy.  He is mostly recognized by the homemade live satire shows published from his own house, named 'My Side of white-collar life'.
by Sabrina Wallace - Oct 12, 2019
With punk-rock undertones and theatrical mastery, 12 OPHELIAS (A Play With Broken Songs) empowers female characters, subdues bad boys, and engulfs us all in a new version of a story that we always loved to hate.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 11, 2019
Over twenty years after debuting his one-man solo musical HOUDINI in New York City nightclub cabaret Don't Tell Mama, Tom Frueh brings the fully fleshed out show to the prestigious United Solo Theatre Festival, giving hope to every cabaret artist who dreams, one day, of seeing their show off-Broadway as well.
by TV Scoop - Oct 11, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of CHARMED, airing on THE CW on Friday, November 1, 2019!
by Review Roundups - Oct 10, 2019
Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winner Tracy Letts (August: Osage County) returns to Broadway with Linda Vista, opening night!
by Shari Barrett - Oct 10, 2019
For those too young to remember, from 1957 to 1962 The Everly Brothers sold more than 35 million records and had 35 Billboard top-100 singles, 26 in the top 40, and to this day, carry the record for most Billboard charting hits of any American Duo. Their success at that time was only rivaled by Elvis. The Zmeds are absolutely thrilled to be able to contribute to a cause that supports the recognition and preservation of the intimate origins of America's greatest Rock 'n Roll sibling duo, stating, 'We are not impersonators. Our aim is to honor the aesthetics of the Everly Brothers' iconic sound and their unique place in music history, all while having a little fun telling our own personal story.' And that they certainly did with great style, talent, and humor.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 10, 2019
The Sound of Music will come to life on the epic Promise stage in the timeless classic full of love, family, romance, and of course, music! Local and national talent will come together on The Promise stage to bring the hills of Glen Rose alive. The Sound of Music, the most famous musical of all time, will be performed at the beautiful Texas Amphitheater transformed into Austria.
by Cara Joy David - Oct 10, 2019
Years ago, when the popularity of cell phones started exploding, theaters in other countries started experimenting with the idea of using signal jammers to prevent cell phone use in the theater. It never took off. And more and more people started using cell phones in the theater. There is the photo before, the texting during, the random cell phone ring and sometimes the recording of the performance. Most of it is not supposed to occur. We've all heard stories about performers stopping the show until phones are put away. But some wonder what can be done to stop it or even if it should be stopped.
by Jim Munson - Oct 10, 2019
Watching Richard O'Brien's a?oeThe Rocky Horror Showa?? at San Jose Stage Company, I was struck by what an odd duck the show is. There really is nothing else even remotely like it in the musical theater canon. At this point in its stage-to-screen-back-to-stage evolution, it invites you not just to experience the live stage play unfolding in front of you, but also encourages you to re-enact own your own experience of having seen the movie, probably decades ago. To aid in the latter, goody bags including all the necessary accoutrements such as newspaper, squirt guns, toilet paper, etc. are available in the lobby at 5 bucks a pop. Audience members gleefully shout out all the expected callbacks from midnight screenings of yore (a?oeAsshole!a??, a?oeSlut!a??) while engaging in a playful competition to come up with the most clever and unexpected contemporary retorts. Surely audiences in the late 1970's did not reference such things as Mar-a-Lago. So here we have a show set more or less in the 1950's, written in the 1970's, and with references to 2019. Talk about your time warp!  
by BWW News Desk - Oct 1, 2019
Zombies and mummies and ghosts, oh my! With Halloween approaching, what better way to celebrate than with the Feinstein's/54 Below premiere ofMonstersongs by Rob Rokicki, composer of The Lightning Thief: The Percy Jackson Musical (now on Broadway!).
by Karen Bovard - Oct 1, 2019
Gloria Steinem turns 85 this year, and she's still working as a feminist activist. As embodied in this regional premiere by the great Charity Jones, she's as humble as she is savvy. This production dives into her long life, consistently dedicated to issues of women's rights, but full of personal evolution and discovery. Dozens of supporting roles are taken up by a strong ensemble of six additional women, dedicated to explicating Steinem's life in both the personal and public arenas. The play unrolls in brisk, forthright, direct address to the audience.