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Gramercy Theatre

(New York, NY)
127 East 23rd Street
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by Kathleen Anwar - Feb 17, 2020
Many American theater-goers have either read Little Women in High School, or seen the play, musical, or recent star-studded film.  When staging this show, the challenge therefore becomes- how do you keep it fresh and original?  Luckily for us, Dallas Theater Center has never had a problem with a lack of creativity, and they didn't start with this production of Little Women! 
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
The Lawrence Busker Festival is planning another year of unmistakable talent after a historic all-female festival in 2019. The festival has grown from a small local event to one that is recognized worldwide as the best street performer festival in America.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
TV Host Lee Camp and REAL PEOPLE's John Barbour are Tom Needham's exclusive guests this Thursday at 6 pm on WUSB's SOUNDS OF FILM.
by Ben Rimalower - Feb 17, 2020
In this episode, Ben and Daniel talk to cabaret superstar and musical theater actress Marilyn Maye about her 1967 album 'Step To The Rear.' They also discuss Jerry Herman, 'Mame, 'Hello, Dolly!', Mel Tormé, Rosemary Clooney, Barbara Cook, Tommy Tune, Ella Fitzgerald, Sarah Vaughan, Carmen McRae, Billy Stritch, Tedd Firth, Provincetown, The Anchor Inn, Palm Springs, Feinstein's/54 Below, Birdland, and The Art House. Marilyn tells stories from her career as a singer and recording artist, and shares her expertise on how to build a show and sing to an audience. Marilyn has released seven albums and thirty-four singles, and performs all over the country to rooms full of adoring fans. Marilyn also holds the record for the most frequent singer on The Tonight Show with Johnny Carson, where she appeared a total of seventy-six times.
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Norwegian electronic duo KREAM has teamed up with NYC duo Black Caviar for a new deep house cut 'Jack' out Friday, February 14th through Big Beat Records. An instant classic from the first beat, the song fuses elements from all over the house spectrum, including progressive house and bass house, featuring the best of both respective duo's signature sound.
by Natasha Ashley - Feb 17, 2020
Redhouse's production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet appropriately opened on Valentine's Day under the fresh direction of Melissa Rain Anderson. The romantic tale of a forbidden love comes to life with a fresh take on the characters, time period, and costumes. The result is intriguing and captivating.
by Drew Eberhard - Feb 17, 2020
The time is 2008, the place Detroit...this and more sets the stage for a hard hitting, knockout Tour de Force that chills you to the bone. Dominique Morisseau's Skeleton Crew is a searing, eye opening look into the workforce division between blue-collar and white-collar and what might happen when the division of power crosses the line. I think director L. Peter Callender sums it up best in his director's notes by saying, 'Dominique Morisseau's 'Detroit Project' plays: DETROIT '67, PARADISE BLUE, and SKELETON CREW, not unlike August Wilson's 'Century Cycle' or Shakespeare's History plays, offer a sharply focused, raw, sometimes harsh, always heart-wrenching, beautifully penned look at the rigors of survival when driven souls must make high stakes, life or death choices. Dreams, hope, despair, mystery and secrets all fill the hearts and minds of her characters in the poetic and humorous Skeleton Crew.' The tight knit ensemble of four of the finest actors to hit the stage in some time do Morisseau's words justice and do so with gusto. From the moment the music is heard, to the first words spoke you are gripping on every breathtaking moment in this top-notch performance, that left you winded and exaspirated in all the best ways possible. The chill left down my spine from this show still lingers even days later.
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Out Film CT, which produces Connecticut's longest-running festival, announced today the dates and select venues for the 33rd Connecticut LGBTQ Film Festival. Running on a variety of screens in the Capital City, the film festival will run from May 29 through June 6, 2020. In addition to its trademark mix of dramas, comedies, documentaries, shorts, and features, the festival will also offer talk backs, meet and greets with filmmakers, and fun parties. As in previous years, the majority of the festival's offerings will be screened at Cinestudio, now celebrating its 50th year on the campus of Trinity College. Special event screenings will be on offer at other Hartford theatres including the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art.
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Vevo announces the release of Alexander 23's DSCVR performances of “I Hate You So Much” and “Dirty AF1s.” Vevo DSCVR focuses on the development of emerging artists, through performance content and careful curation. Vevo has a long history of helping emerging artists break through to new and wider audiences. Past alumni of Vevo's DSCVR series include Billie Eilish, Duckwrth and Kiana Ledé. Vevo is committed to working with artists at an early stage of their career to create unique content that brings their music to life visually and provides exposure to new audiences through the platform.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Theatre444 will bring The Vagina Monologues to the stage, with all proceeds to benefit Safe Harbors of the Finger Lakes. Eve Ensler wrote the first draft of the monologues in 1996 (there have been several revisions since) following interviews she conducted with 200 women about their views on sex, relationships, and violence against women. In an interview with Women.com, Ensler said that her fascination with vaginas began because of growing up in a violent society. 'Women's empowerment is deeply connected to their sexuality.' Ensler states that in 1998, the purpose of the piece changed from a celebration of vaginas and femininity to a movement to stop violence against women. This was the start of the V-Day movement which has continued strong every year since, has turned into a worldwide phenomenon, and a very successful non-profit organization. The V-Day global activist movement to end violence against all women and girls is more active than ever. Every February women all over the world ban together in this movement and Theatre444 is proud to be a part of it.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
Through this reading series, original plays and musicals from emerging and established playwrights are developed and produced. The next play of the 2019-20 season is HITCH by James McLindon.
by Review Roundups - Feb 14, 2020
The national tour of Jersey Boys is currently making its way around the country with tour stops in Washington, DC, Ohio, Florida, Texas and more!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Flat Stanley has travelled all over the world, and now this delightful character is coming to Main Street Theater! From the book by Jeff Brown, this fun musical adaptation will play Sundays, March 1 and 8 at 12:30pm and 3:30pm; Spring Break performances March 16 - 18 at 10:30am and 1:30pm; Saturdays, March 21, 28 and April 4 at 10:30am & 1:30pm at MST's Midtown location, 3400 Main St. in Matchbox4. All tickets are on sale via phone at 713.524.6706 or online at MainStreetTheater.com. Tickets are $16 - $26. Group rates are available. No children under 3 are admitted in the theater (including sleeping babies). (Performances are also available for school matinees. Call 713.524.9196 ext 101 or 102 or visit the website.)
by Monica Moore - Feb 14, 2020
The combination of Sir Roger Hall's script, director Colin McColl's skill and supreme delivery by Alison Quigan and Mark Hadlow (ONMZ) created the synergy for superb entertainment. Sir Roger Hall maybe in his 80's but he's let us all know loud and clear that he still has 'it'; in fact, this latest work is one of his best.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Los Angeles Ballet (www.losangelesballet.org), the city's own and only professional classical ballet company, has announced its 2019-2020 Season.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Today, Feinstein's at the Nikko announced an exciting lineup of national and local artists who will take the stage at San Francisco's premier intimate nightclub this spring. Additional artists will be announced at a later date. Tickets for all shows are on-sale now by visiting www.feinsteinssf.com or calling 866-663-1063. Ticket prices are subject to change without notice.
by Stage Tube - Feb 14, 2020
Chris gives men advice for Valentine's Day, and talks about getting trim for Jurassic Park, gaining weight “Parks and Recreation,” and he takes some audience questions from fans in the audience including a surprise from Tom Holland. Tom and Chris also talk about their new Pixar movie “Onward,” and Tom reveals what he bought his twin brothers for their 21st birthday.
by Stage Tube - Feb 14, 2020
Huey talks about his hearing loss, being diagnosed with Meniere's disease, celebrities that have reached out to him, his new album 'Weather,' and doing an impromptu concert to raise money while hitchhiking through Africa and Spain after losing his passport in the 60's.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Set against the backdrop of an evolving Britain of the 70s, this fresh production shows the classic Mike Leigh satire in a new light. Performed in traverse with intimate on-stage seating offering audience the chance to join Beverly and Laurence's soireé, bringing them closer to the experience.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Victoria Playhouse Petrolia (VPP) has announced that Emmy Award winner MICHAEL LEARNED, and Tony/Emmy Award winner HAL LINDEN have joined the company of ON GOLDEN POND, running June 2 to 21, 2020. Ms. Learned is best known for her iconic role as Olivia Walton on The Waltons. Ms. Learned is a four-time Emmy Award-winning actress, three for her work as Olivia Walton, and one for her role as Mary Benjamin in her own series Nurse. She is also a three-time Golden Globe nominee. She continues to have a thriving career both on the stage and screen. Ms. Learned appeared at the VPP in Love Letters, co-starring TV husband Ralph Waite (John Walton Sr.) and Driving Miss Daisy.
by Courtney Symes - Feb 14, 2020
Forget that other show. I was in the REAL room where it happened last weekend at the 4th Annual Junior Theater Festival West (JTF), which celebrates youth theatre and encourages students and teachers to keep theatre alive in their community. Each year it follows the Junior Theater Festival in Atlanta, which just finished its 15th season. Over 2,200 people participated in the three-day festival, some coming from as far away as Australia, England, and South Korea. Students and educators benefited from the knowledge of top Broadway professionals in the form of adjudications, workshops, and a discussion panel entitled Pathways to Success, in which the featured guests shared how they forged their own paths to Broadway and beyond.
by Charles Shubow - Feb 14, 2020
Inspiring musical by Angelica Cheri and Ross Baum examines race, family and identity in the Wild West.
by TV News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
The DJ-producer duo Nightlapse have announced the release of their second single on AREA10, 'Freak Out', which features the stirring vocals of Irish-Swedish artist Liska. The song is a modern day love letter to 90's rave culture combined with an in-your-face mash up of high-energy and acid house.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
The producers of the Tony, Grammy and Olivier Award winning musical Jersey Boys have announced that Jonathan Cable will join the cast as Nick Massi beginning Monday, February 17 at New York City's New World Stages (340 West 50th Street) Stage 1.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Denver Arts & Venues has announced that applications for 2020 Urban Arts Fund projects will open Monday, Feb. 17.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Kafka's Metamorphosis: The Musical!, the surprise hit of fringe festivals in Montreal and Washington D.C, and last seen as a standout reading at the 2019 New York Musical Festival (NYMF), will have a special one night only concert reading on Friday, March 6th at 9:30PM at Feinstein's / 54 Below, 254 West 54th Street, Cellar. The production features book, music and lyrics by Matt Chiorini, additional music and lyrics by Travis Newton, and Vocal Arrangements/Orchestrations by Travis Newton. www.kafkamusical.com.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Broadway in Indianapolis has announced the 2020-2021 Season headlined by the six-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical, DEAR EVAN HANSEN, and the ferociously funny new musical MEAN GIRLS. Fall in love all over again with the dazzling PRETTY WOMAN: THE MUSICAL, based on the beloved romantic comedy film. The series also boasts the Indianapolis premieres Roald Dahl's CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY, with the spectacular return of Andrew Lloyd Webber's JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR - 50th Anniversary Tour.
by TV News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
As another Klondike winter shuts down the Yukon, 25-year-old gold mining prodigy Parker Schnabel is determined to expand his operation and dig year-round. Following his gut instinct and a few solid leads, Parker and his friends will make the 8,000-mile journey to the vast terrains of Australia. The land is home to record-sized nuggets and the largest untapped gold reserves in the world. If Parker can find gold and stake a claim in Australia, it could revolutionize his business, turning a self-made Yukon miner into a global mining operation. 'GOLD RUSH: PARKER'S TRAIL' returns for a fourth season on Friday, March 13 at 8 PM ET/PT on Discovery.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
The internationally acclaimed, Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, will make its Japanese premiere in the summer of 2022.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Omaha Performing Arts presents Potted Potter a?"The Unauthorized Harry Experience a?" A Parody by Dan and Jeff March 5-8, 2020 at the Holland Performing Arts Center's Suzanne and Walter Scott Recital Hall at 1200 Douglas St. Omaha, NE 68102.
by Stage Tube - Feb 13, 2020
Lucy talks about her impressive pumpkin carving skills, playing Katy Keene, Archie Comics, 'Pretty Little Liars,' and Jimmy surprises Lucy with a great old clip of Lucy on the kid version of 'American Idol' when she was 14 years old.
by Stage Tube - Feb 13, 2020
The “American Idol” judges talk about working together, mentoring the kids that audition for the show, and Katy reveals that Lionel & Luke are not invited to her wedding to Orlando Bloom.
by Stage Tube - Feb 13, 2020
Andy Shauf performs the song Neon Skyline on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
by TV News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Julien's Auctions, the auction house to the stars, is honored to present property from BILL WYMAN AND HIS ROLLING STONES ARCHIVE COURTESY OF RIPPLE PRODUCTIONS LIMITED taking place MAY 29TH, 30TH AND 31ST, live in Beverly Hills and online at juliensauctions.com. This spectacular auction of the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame inducted English musician, record producer, songwriter and singer, will feature at the centerpiece over 1,000 lots selected from Wyman's renowned and vast archive. The archive contains not only an unprecedented collection of his instruments, stage worn ensembles, awards, personal items and artifacts collected during his illustrious three-decade career as a founding member and bassist of the World's Greatest Rock Band, the Rolling Stones, but also important instruments and artifacts from his ongoing solo career.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Northern Manhattan's own UP Theater Company presents a different kind of animal farm in the world premiere of Lizzie Donahue's 'A Barn Play' March 18-April 4, 2020, at the Good Shepherd/Inwood Academy Space. This timely and darkly comic fable explores the power of creating art amidst oppression when a cast of farm animals rehearses their show. Directed by Melissa Moschitto, Founding Artistic Director of The Anthropologists.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Next week, FEINSTEIN'S/54 BELOW, Broadway's Supper Club & Private Event Destination, presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by TV News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Vevo announces the premiere of a new original series titled Watch This, with the first episode featuring Justin Bieber's music video for his latest track, “Intentions.” Watch This brings a camera to the “comments” section of a music video. The show will feature a cast of music fans dropping some entertaining opinions on the latest buzzed-about video titles, the first being “Intentions.” On future episodes, the show will also act as a forum for inside-scoop commentary from the artists themselves as they look back at their music videos, giving a first-hand interpretation on everything from inspiration to impact.
by Greg Kerestan - Feb 13, 2020
I had a conversation with the cast and director of a local production of Cabaret a few days ago, about how theatre changed with the advent of the Internet. The visual presentation and iconic look of shows became much more relevant, much more permanently associated with shows, once photographs and video were as easy to find as cast recordings. You'll rarely if ever see a Cabaret that doesn't exist in the shadow of the Sam Mendes production, or someday a Hamilton without some of the iconic visual and performance signifiers. I'm not even calling it design laziness or plagiarism: the shows of today simply exist in a more tangible, permanent form than they did before the late 1990s. With that said, there's something to be said for productions that take some of those iconic elements and ignore them, crafting something different instead. Split Stage's production of Next to Normal reinvents one of the central characters, and it changes the entire piece.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
The Archbishop Fulton J. Sheen Center for Thought & Culture, the arts center of the Archdiocese of New York, has announced highlights of its 2020 Spring season, a rich mix of theater, film, music, author's nights, gallery exhibitions, and talk events featuring artists and thought leaders including Pulitzer Prize-winning Wall Street Journal columnist and author Peggy Noonan; New York Times columnist and bestselling author David Brooks, and Director of The Philanthropy Roundtable's Character Initiative and author Anne Snyder; Director of the Vatican Observatory and President of the Vatican Observatory Foundation Br. Guy Consolmagno, SJ; a rousing evening of gospel music from Vy Higginsen's Sing Harlem choir; celebrated composer and big bandleader Darcy James Argue plus the New England Conservatory Alumni Big Band; Tony Award nominee Melissa Errico and multi-award winning New Yorker staff writer Adam Gopnik; singer, songwriter, and acclaimed clawhammer banjo player Abigail Washburn and genre-bending composer, guzheng virtuoso and vocalist from Beijing Wu Fei; and events tackling thought-provoking topical themes including justice in underserved communities, the protection of immigrants to America, and the inspiration of Sr. Thea Bowman and other Servants of God.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Seats in the first rows of the orchestra for the Denver Center for the Performing Arts' engagement of RENT 20TH Anniversary Tour will be available for $20 each through an in-person lottery at The Buell Theatre Box Office. RENT returns for five performances only, February 28 through March 1.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Gal Pal Comedy Fest is returning to Indianapolis for it's...wait for it...7th year.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 13, 2020
Much-lauded cabaret singer Karen Oberlin opens this month at The Birdland Theater and next month at The Beach Café. Stephen Mosher talks with her about her life in the arts, feminism, and raising a child who wants to sing.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Magic is good for you ... just ask the more than 36 young learners who began their spellbinding studies at the College of Magic, Cape Town's only magical arts organisation, in Claremont on Saturday 1 February 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 13, 2020
Since his breakthrough in the 1970s, Francis Cabrel has been one of France's most treasured singer/songwriters.
by Stage Tube - Feb 12, 2020
Amy talks about hosting the Golden Globes with Tina Fey, watching the Oscars, being nostalgic for the 70's and 80's, what she was like as a teenager, voicing characters on her new animated show “Duncanville,” and celebrating “Galentine's Day” with her friends from “Parks and Recreation.”
by Stage Tube - Feb 12, 2020
David talks about his new MasterClass on storytelling and humor, his sister Amy Sedaris, meeting audience members after his live tours, chatting with strangers, and writing funny things when he signs books.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
Since its premiere in 1877, Tchaikovsky's Swan Lake has been a staple of dance companies all over the world. Its stunning choreography, lush score, and compelling tale of metamorphosis attracts audiences year after year. And like Shakespeare's plays, each production reinvents the classic tale in myriad ways: from more classic takes produced by the Bolshoi Ballet in the early to mid-20th century, to Matthew Bourne's modern interpretation featuring two male swans, to Natalie Portman's dark turn in the movie a?oeBlack Swan.a??
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
A fierce young general . . . a mysterious lady . . . a furiously funny battle of wits . . . all over a love letter. Who was Napoleon before he became an Emperor? Find out in The Man of Destiny, a hilarious, intimate comedy by George Bernard Shaw.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2020
Jazz at Lincoln Center today announced the 18 finalists who will compete in its 25th Annual Essentially Ellington High School Jazz Band Competition & Festivala?"the nation's premier jazz education eventa?"on May 7-9, 2020. To commemorate the 25th anniversary of Essentially Ellington, Jazz at Lincoln Center has invited an unprecedented number of the country's top high school jazz bands to compete for top honors in New York City.