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Waldorf Theatre

(New York, NY)
116 W. 50th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 7, 2019
Ford Theatres Presents Lila Downs Día de Muertos: Al Chile, an extravaganza with Grandeza Mexicana Folk Ballet Company, one of Los Angeles' premier folklorico dance companies; Mariachi Femenil Flores Mexicanas, established as one of the Southwest's leading all-female mariachi groups; and art installations by LORE Media & Arts on Saturday, October 19 and Sunday, October 20, 2019 at 8:00pm at the Ford Theatres in Hollywood.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 26, 2019
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces the biennial festival New Visions/New Voices from May 15-17, 2020, marking the 16th showcase of this industry workshop. Dedicated to the development of new plays and musicals for young people and their families, this innovative series pioneers a unique and vital forum for the field of Theater for Young Audiences (TYA).
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2017
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces the biennial festival New Visions/New Voices from April 27-29, 2018, marking the 15th showcase of this industry workshop.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2018
'I AND YOU' by Lauren Gunderson Co-Produced by Pratidhwani and Theater Schmeater Directed by Agastya Kohli Theater Schmeater's landmark 26th Season rolls on as we partner with Gregory Award winning theater company, Pratidhwani to bring you the emotionally-charged and powerful 'I AND YOU' by Lauren Gunderson.
by Natalie de la Garza - Sep 14, 2019
Sarah Bowden swings by Houston to play the coveted role of 'Cassie' in the Theatre Under the Stars season-opening production of A CHORUS LINE.
by Keith Waits - Sep 12, 2019
Each time I review theatre written and performed in another language, my disadvantage forces me to think differently about what I'm seeing. I kind of enjoy the challenge but there is undeniable risk that I will not fully comprehend some of the detail and nuance carried in the language.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 8, 2018
Pratidhwani - a Seattle area based organization for promoting South Asian performing arts and artists - will present I And You by Lauren Gunderson as a co-production with Theater Schmeater, running October 18th through November 3rd, 2018, performing at Theater Schmeater's home in Bell Town.
by Stuart Friedman - Oct 24, 2018
The Broadway musical phenomenon that is Wicked has become the very definition of defying gravity. Not only is it the 6th longest running Broadway musical of all times, it's been translated into 8 languages, performed in 15 countries, and seen by almost sixty million people worldwide.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 19, 2018
Pratidhwani - a Seattle area based organization for promoting South Asian performing arts and artists - will present I And You by Lauren Gunderson as a co-production with Theater Schmeater, running October 18th through November 3rd, 2018, performing at Theater Schmeater's home in Bell Town.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 18, 2018
Pratidhwani - a Seattle area based organization for promoting South Asian performing arts and artists - will present I And You by Lauren Gunderson as a co-production with Theater Schmeater, running October 18th through November 3rd, 2018, performing at Theater Schmeater's home in Bell Town.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2018
'I AND YOU' by Lauren Gunderson Co-Produced by Pratidhwani and Theater Schmeater Directed by Agastya Kohli Theater Schmeater's landmark 26th Season rolls on as we partner with Gregory Award winning theater company, Pratidhwani to bring you the emotionally-charged and powerful 'I AND YOU' by Lauren Gunderson.
by Gil Kaan - Nov 5, 2018
Southern California's Verdi Chorus will cap off their 35th anniversary season with their Fall 2018 concert PASSIONE! OPERA! The two performances at the First United Methodist Church in Santa Monica on November 10 and 11 will feature four guest artists: soprano Julie Makerov, mezzo soprano Janelle DeStefano, tenor Todd Wilander and baritone Gabriel Manro. I had the chance to quiz two-time Grammy Award-winning baritone Gabriel Manro on his love for singing, the technical aspects of singing opera vs. musical theatre and his recent onstage proposal.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2018
Pratidhwani - a Seattle area based organization for promoting South Asian performing arts and artists - will present I And You by Lauren Gunderson as a co-production with Theater Schmeater, running October 18th through November 3rd, 2018, performing at Theater Schmeater's home in Bell Town.
by Caryn Robbins - Nov 28, 2017
Netflix, the world's leading internet entertainment service, announced today its first Colombian original series which will debut exclusively on Netflix around the globe in 2019. Production is slated to begin summer 2018 with the executive production of Oscar nominated Ciro Guerra (Embrace of the Serpent, Birds of Passage).
by Student Blogger: Madalyn Macko - May 25, 2021
I realized that my duty in this world was to communicate as clearly, honestly, and as loudly as I can so that others feel heard, represented, valid. Though, I will admit I lose it sometimes.
by A.A. Cristi - May 20, 2020
Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company  and Asia Society Texas Center present  a celebration of women's voices as we stage three readings of Houston premiere plays by Asian and Asian American women.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 28, 2018
With 60+ Events Across New York City, the United States' Leading International Literary Festival, Curated by Chip Rolley, Turns Its Global Lens on Its Home Country
by Zoe Burke - Mar 22, 2019
If a singer/actor/dancer is considered a triple threat, New Mexico transplant David Carter is more like a quintuple threat. In addition to being the technical director at the Santa Fe Playhouse and a huge advocate for making the arts (in particular, performing arts) accessible for all, he translated, served as a dramaturg for, and is currently performing in The Oasis Theatre Company's production of Moliere's The Miser. I was able to pick his brain about his theatrical experience, his translation process, and some other artistic endeavors he currently has in the works.
by Matt Wolf - Mar 18, 2021
The playwright Justin Butcher reflects on the origins of his solo picaresque, which was premiered in 2001 by the late, great Pete Postlethwaite and is being revived afresh in a new digital version starring Shane Richie and directed by Olivier Award nominee Ian Talbot.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 14, 2020
Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company and Asia Society Texas Center present a celebration of women's voices as we stage three readings of Houston premiere plays by Asian and Asian American women over two days. The series highlights the talents and accomplishments of women playwrights across the globe.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 13, 2020
Mildred's Umbrella Theater Company  and Asia Society Texas Center present a celebration of women's voices as we stage three readings of Houston premiere plays by Asian and Asian American women over two days. The series highlights the talents and accomplishments of women playwrights across the globe.
by Jenny Ell - Jun 23, 2020
Last night certainly was a theatrical experience like no other as we celebrated the musical production of From Here To Eternity on the only platform we are currently able to do these things - online. The show played in the West End for six months across 2013-2014 where it gained a huge fan following, many of whom were in attendance from all over the world last night.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2021
The CreArte Latino Cultural Center continues programming for English speakers by offering its next course of conversational Spanish classes, “Conversemos en Español/Let’s Talk in Spanish,” designed for low to intermediate Spanish speakers, starting on June 29.
by Julie Musbach - Jun 20, 2019
Kino Lorber announces the U.S. theatrical release of The Chambermaid (La camarista), the auspicious and engaging film debut by Mexican director-actress-dramatist Lila Avilés, recently named one of Variety's '10 Latinxs to Watch 2019.'
by Julie Musbach - Jun 20, 2018
Pratidhwani - a Seattle area based Gregory Awards winning organization for promoting South Asian performing arts and artists - will present three plays in 2018, each a co-production with a different company.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2020
Kate del Castillo is an iconic actor who has embodied a long list of incredible characters, but is perhaps best known to audiences worldwide as Teresa Mendoza in the Telemundo telenovela La Reina del Sur. del Castillo made a splash with New York audiences last summer when she made her Off-Broadway debut in Isaac Gomez's 'the way she spoke'.
by Erica Miner - Jul 9, 2019
With a lush low range and glowing top range, the Milwaukee native is equally adept in Handel and Mozart as she is in contemporary works
by Larisa Amaya-Baron - Jul 5, 2019
Crystal Kay (Leading Player) and Shirota Yu (Pippin) give us their opinions about how theater is changing in Japan, and what it was like working on such a legendary show from Broadway.
by Christian Ranke - Jul 5, 2019
It is very difficult to tag Johan Osuldsen under one banner. He started out as a dancer and performer, spanning over several decades. Later he became known as a choreographer and director and subsequently directed for television. He is also a composer as well as translator of several musicals (including Stephen Sondheim's 'Company', 'Into the Woods' and Jason Robert Brown's 'The Last Five Years).
by Zofeen Maqsood - Jul 2, 2018
Back in the 70's that I began listening to Pandit Ravi Shankar. During the 70's in France, Indian classical music was a rage and many people were fascinated by Pandit Ravi Shankar's music -- Titi Robin
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 13, 2018
Fort Worth Opera (FWOpera) announced today that the deadline for submissions has been extended for its seventh annual Frontiers showcase. Applications will now be accepted through midnight, August 31, 2018. The company's innovative program will be held May 6 and 7 during the 2019 Fort Worth Opera Festival (April 26 - May 12). Launched during FWOpera's 2012-2013 season, Frontiers remains one of the few programs world-wide that seeks out unproduced works by the finest up-and-coming composers and librettists from North, South, and Central America, and continues to be acclaimed for the opportunities it provides its chosen artists. Frontiers is generously underwritten by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 23, 2020
Shakespeare's Globe has announced the summer season 2020 will include Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet, Much Ado About Nothing, Twelfth Night, Antony & Cleopatra, a two-day event 'Globe 4 Globe: Shakespeare and Climate Emergency', a symposium 'Shakespeare and Race', a Playing Shakespeare with Deutsche Bank production of Macbeth with 20,000 free tickets to school children, the return of family festival 'Telling Tales', and a new dramatisation of Ovid's Metamorphoses by our resident writers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 22, 2020
Brown Box Theatre Project Will Present the World Premiere of MOX NOX (OR SOON COMES THE NIGHT), a new play of family conflict and human frailty in a world of rising waters.
by Atlantic Acting School - Jan 10, 2019
In the early stages of creating a role, one of the questions actors might ask is 'how does my character speak his/her/their lines?' Or 'does my character have an accent or dialect that's different from mine?' As a dialect coach, my job is to assist them in learning and perfecting various accents and dialects for theater, film, TV, and internet. Very often, just knowing where to get started in dialect study can be overwhelming; so here's Step 1.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 9, 2018
Bang Data Releases CANDY, Plus New Album LOCO Due Out 2/23
by Stephi Wild - Feb 26, 2021
To celebrate International Women's Day, leading female comedy community Funny Women is running the inaugural Funny Women Around The World. This exciting and hilarious virtual free event will showcase comedy and entertainment from every corner of the globe to launch the Funny Women Awards.
by Macon Prickett - Feb 23, 2018
For the cool kids that follow pioneering new music, Bang Data is a band they're all well aware of. Singer/rapper/songwriter Deuce Eclipse and producer/multi-instrumentalist  Juan Manuel Caipo, who first started as a production team, have been making music together since 2008, taking the Latinx, musical movement to the next level. As NPR Alt-Latino said in a piece on the band this summer, “As they continue to show off their broad-reaching musical abilities, Bang Data remains true to its mission: delivering an edgy, alternative take on folklore with incomparable style and swagger.” With the release of LOCO, set for Feb. 23,2018, the band's third studio album, they once again deliver the goods. Pre-Orders go up this Sunday (Feb. 11). For every pre-order, fan will get an intstant grat download of the track 'Loco.'
by Stephi Wild - Feb 15, 2018
PEN America presents the 2018 PEN World Voices Festival: Resist and Reimagine, this year's incarnation of the renowned international literary festival, which will bring together the world's foremost authors and other luminaries at a time when many are turning to literature and the arts not for escapism, but as a guide to navigate contemporary crises. Salman Rushdie founded the festival in the isolationist aftermath of September 11, 2001, to fortify links with the rest of the world; now again the need to connect and draw inspiration from beyond America's borders is pressing.
by Sam Abney - Feb 13, 2019
With so many wordy productions from playwrights ready to wax philosophical about any issue, it's easy to forget that true dramatic excellence comes not from beautiful words but beautiful emotions honestly portrayed. If, like me, you are not fluent in Spanish you shouldn't be scared of El Viejo, El Joven Y El Mar which opened at GALA Hispanic Theatre on Saturday night. After all, you'll still understand most of the action even if you aren't following everything on the provided supertitles thanks to some splendid performances. While the play fumbles with some unnecessary plot points that overextend the runtime, GALA has still provided an enjoyable evening at the theater.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 12, 2020
Nora is the perfect wife and mother. She is dutiful, beautiful and everything is always in its right place. But when a secret from her past comes back to haunt her, her life rapidly unravels. Over the course of three days, Nora must fight to protect herself and her family or risk losing everything. Nora: A Doll's House is now playing at the Young Vic (66 The Cut).
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 15, 2017
For the cool kids that follow pioneering new music, Bang Data is a band they're all well aware of. Singer/rapper/songwriter Deuce Eclipse and producer/multi-instrumentalist Juan Manuel Caipo, who first started as a production team, have been making music together since 2008, taking the Latinx, musical movement to the next level.
by Cary Ginell - Dec 1, 2017
Producer Kaelia Winterstein talks about Lit Live's West Coast premiere of the new play 'A Klingon Christmas Carol,' which makes its debut December 14 at Santa Susana High School in Simi Valley.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 9, 2021
Singer Freda Payne, the celebrated singer of the disco-era top-charter “Band of Gold,” will bring her acclaimed “Tribute to Ella Fitzgerald” to Bucks County Playhouse for ten concerts, August 26 through September 5.
by Shari Barrett - Aug 4, 2019
Christian Rodrigo first professional theater project was as an Assistant Director of John Malkovich in 2003 and 2004 when he directed the play Hysteria in Barcelona and Madrid. The Spanish actor, producer, director and member of The Actors' Gang credits include Snatch (Season 2), No Way Out, Wings and Stevie. Perhaps his most noteworthy artistic creation is The BRISK FESTIVAL, which he created in Los Angeles in 2018 as an international theater Festival that features short plays up to 10 min long, giving all involved the opportunity to experience what makes live theater so special, namely the human interaction between the players on stage and between actors and audience members.
by Shari Barrett - Aug 21, 2018
Have you ever wondered what it might be like to re-invent yourself and completely start over as someone else? Perhaps, like me, you spent a lot of time in another country, speaking another language and watching yourself become more like the citizens who live there, totally comfortable in your new skin and personality. It's a journey of self-discovery and re-invention during which your true inner self is allowed out for perhaps the first time, one in which you can create a more fully free persona and spirit to guide you through the transition. Perhaps the easiest way to let such a thing happen to you occurs when you move to another place where no one knows your name or past, allowing you to live fully in the present and create an entirely new future for yourself as the person you always wanted to be. Such is the tale written and performed by Corinne Shor in I AM SOPHIE.
by Lorens Portalatin - Aug 16, 2021
After a year of out-of-the-ordinary experiences, Theatre Three's next season is a mix of classic drama, new works, and a celebration of the local talent in DFW. Following a season of streaming, the critically-acclaimed success of the traveling production of The Music Man and because of the ongoing construction at The Quadrangle, the Theatre Three team plans to continue to break the mold with a fully nomadic season. All programming will take place outside of the Theatre Three building at various indoor and outdoor venues.
by Tori Hartshorn - Aug 1, 2019
Legendary children's musician Laurie Berkner returns with her 13th album, Waiting For The Elevator, on October 4, 2019. The album brings together a scrumptious variety oif original, interactive songs that vividly define Laurie's signature style while introducing new voices, new learning play, and even a new language!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
The Nanny is now available to stream on HBO Max. It is also currently being developed into a Broadway musical! We spoke with Fran Drescher about The Nanny's enduring legacy, the development of the Broadway musical, if she'll ever return to a sitcom, how she's changed during this past year, and much more!
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2018
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts announces the biennial festival New Visions/New Voices from April 27-29, 2018, marking the 15th showcase of this industry workshop.
by Barnett Serchuk - Apr 12, 2018
Born and raised in Rome, Roberto Campanella trained at the Scuola Italiana di Danza Contemporanea. In 1985, Roberto joined the Compagnia Italiana di Danza Contemporanea and later joined the prestigious Aterballetto. In 1993 he joined The National Ballet of Canada, where he was soon promoted to soloist and was cast in many classical and contemporary roles.