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Longacre Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
220 West 48th Street
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by Marianka Swain - Sep 5, 2019
Being cast in an August Wilson play feels like an honour; I studied his work at drama school. He is described as the black Shakespeare. His words and characters are so full of life - half my job feels done already. How he expresses the black experience feels so relatable even to this day.
by Marina Kennedy - Sep 15, 2018
Everyone's favorite duo, peanut butter and jelly, has launched in one single-serve snack pack! With the very best plant-based, simple, non-GMO ingredients, Split combines the amazing flavors of nut butter and jam into a first-of-its-kind, side-by-side PB&J pack for pure energy. The complete on-the-go food provides a quick meal of balanced proteins and carbohydrates for pre- or post-workout, travel, work, or school.
by Kathy Strain - Oct 31, 2019
At any given day, in any given town, in any given house, in any given room, cats are beloved pets of millions of people all over the world. As such, stories can be told about how this cat or that cat stood out from the rest of the cat population to the cat owner who adores their fun furballs. But, has it ever really been understood what really goes on in a cat's mind? Do we really understand cats? Is it ever possible? T.S. Eliot adored cats and because of that, wrote Old Possum's Book of Practical Cats. This was the inspiration behind Andrew Lloyd Webber's CATS. This acclaimed and beloved musical is currently playing in San Antonio, Texas at the Majestic Theatre and opening night proved to the audience that the story of CATS continues to entertain and enthrall theater goers.
by Abigail Charpentier - Oct 28, 2019
The 11th annual DTLA Film Festival, running October 23rd -27th at Regal L.A. LIVE, announced today its lineup of award recipients for 2019.  Select winners include PUSHOUT: THE CRIMINALIZATION OF BLACK GIRLS IN SCHOOLS, directed by Jacoba Atlas for the Audience Favorite Award; AMERICAN WOMAN for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress; QT8: THE FIRST EIGHT for Best Director and Best Documentary and a Special Remembrance Award for Robert Forster; JOSIE & JACK picked up Best Screenplay and Best Actor in a Supporting Role for William Fichtner; and Hong Chau has won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in AMERICAN WOMAN. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 26, 2020
The Television Academy Foundation today announced it will present “ The Power of TV: Homelessness in Storytelling” in partnership with KIA Motors America on Oct. 27.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 26, 2019
The 11th annual DTLA Film Festival, running October 23rd -27th at Regal L.A. LIVE, announced today its lineup of award recipients for 2019. Select winners include PUSHOUT: THE CRIMINALIZATION OF BLACK GIRLS IN SCHOOLS, directed by Jacoba Atlas for the Audience Favorite Award; AMERICAN WOMAN for Best Picture, Best Director and Best Actress; QT8: THE FIRST EIGHT for Best Director and Best Documentary and a Special Remembrance Award for Robert Forster; JOSIE & JACK picked up Best Screenplay and Best Actor in a Supporting Role for William Fichtner; and Hong Chau has won Best Actress in a Leading Role for her performance in AMERICAN WOMAN.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 24, 2020
Lina's living large and riding high, happy and grateful, and glad to be alive - in NYC, or anywhere in the world.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 17, 2019
Venice Theatre's MainStage Series will present the ABBA-themed musical Mamma Mia! Friday Oct. 25, 2019 through Sunday Dec. 1, 2019. Tuesday through Saturday performances start at 7:30 p.m. Sunday performances are at 2 p.m. During the week of Thanksgiving, there will be no shows on Wednesday, Nov. 27 and Thursday, Nov. 28. There is no evening show on Saturday, Nov. 30 due to the Venice Holiday Parade. There will be a 2 p.m. matinee on that day instead.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 14, 2019
Deadline reports that Justin Kirk will join 'Perry Mason,' a reimagined HBO miniseries. He joins previously-announced cast members John Lithgow, Matthew Rhys, and Tatiana Maslany.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 11, 2019
Loretta Greco, Artistic Director of Magic Theatre, has announced that she will depart the organization after twelve years as its artistic leader. Greco will leave at the end of the 2019-2020 season. a?oeIt has been a spectacular honor to lead the storied Magic Theatre,a?? said Greco. a?oeI am proud of the extraordinary array of groundbreaking writers Magic has launched and supported over time, who have bravely led our cultural conversation forwarda?"and the way those voices and the work we have premiered have elevated the field as a whole.
by Marina Kennedy - Oct 10, 2019
Timothy Brierley is the Head Sommelier at Trattoria Italienne in the Flatiron and he is being featured in our 'Meet the Sommelier.'
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 1, 2020
Get ready for spooky season with HBO Max! Today, the streamer launched “Halloween is Here,” a spotlight page bringing together all your favorite spooky, scary, chilling and thrilling Halloween films and series for easy streaming.
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Nov 7, 2018
For the Guthrie Theater's  final hurrah on the McGuire Proscenium Stage in 2019, the company presents a hilarious tribute to plates of sardines and humor in the farcical 'Noises Off.' English playwright' Michael Frayn's award winning 1982 play presents an alternative perspective to the theatrical process and everyone who participates in a production's success. Produced for the first time at the Guthrie, the farce features multiple doors, opening and closing, swinging axes, hurdling down steps and fanciful love triangles along with the iconic plate of sardines through this play within a play format.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Nov 26, 2018
cooter Brown of the Scooter Brown Band performed Tuesday, November 20 on USA Network's new country music showcase series “Real Country.” The southern rocker was chosen by panelist and country music icon Travis Tritt to compete in the debut season of the series. Brown was recently featured in an article by The Boot: “'Real Country': 5 Contestants Who Might Win It.” Fans can watch the episode here.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 19, 2020
The BROADWAY WORLD AWARDS for Cabaret welcomes this new category to the voting ballot.
by Tori Hartshorn - Nov 14, 2018
The following are excerpts from a CNBC EXCLUSIVE interview with Liberty Media Chairman John Malone and CNBC's David Faber on CNBC's 'Squawk on the Street' (M-F 9AM - 11AM) today, Wednesday, November 14th from Liberty Media Day in NYC. The following is a link to video of the full interview on CNBC.com here!
by Peggy Sue Dunigan - Nov 14, 2018
Where will a holiday memory be made this season? Somewhere near Whoville staged at Children's Theatre Company (CTC)? The illustrious CTC opened their musical extravaganza' 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas' penned by the iconic Dr. Seuss beginning in 1994, and reprises the production from last season. While Theo Geisel, aka Dr. Seuss, created the story in 1957, CTC envisioned a production to touch any young heart despite the actual chronological age. The production's book and lyrics by Timothy Mason together with music by Mel Marvin continue to delight audiences these past 20 years since the musical's inception--and all the memories the production has created in that span of time through the years.
by Lianna Albrizio - May 9, 2019
Twenty years after the provocatively delicate teen cult classic Cruel Intentions won the hearts of millennials before the turn of the 21st Century, a new cast of characters are bringing back all the evil plotting, exploitation, sexual immorality, prep school arrogance – and oh yes – all the '90s flair you can harken back to with “Cruel Intentions: The 90s Musical.”
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 6, 2019
From May 27 - June 1, the Bad Dog Theatre Company is thrilled to present the return of COMBUSTIONfestival, Toronto's premiere celebration of improvised theatre, unscripted experiments and comedic mischief.
by Tori Hartshorn - May 31, 2019
Smoke Season release their newest single 'You' today, which premiered on Nylon earlier this week. The pulsating, heartbreak song is totally out of the norm from a typical love song, which the tastemaker magazine said was 'so exciting,' continuing, 'in many hands, this would be an invitation for cliché, but not for Smoke Season.'
by Pati Buehler - May 25, 2018
Put on your platform shoes, your feather boas and get ready for one of the most popular musicals of all time.
by Stephi Wild - May 14, 2021
Regent's Park Open Air Theatre have today confirmed initial principal casting for Rodgers and Hammerstein's Carousel, which plays 31 July – 25 September.
by Sarah Hookey - May 14, 2019
Currently celebrating its 25th Silver Anniversary, The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre is set to end the season with a bang this summer when the smash-hit musical Mamma Mia! arrives at the theatre. With over 60 million people having seen this worldwide phenomenon, for its 25th Anniversary Season, Way Off Broadway is bringing this international sensation to the Frederick stage for the very first time.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Mar 8, 2021
BroadwayWorld is celebrating Women's History Month and International Women's Day by asking the question, 'what does being a woman in theatre mean to you?'
by Krista Garver - Mar 27, 2020
by Student Blogger: Bella Bosco - Jun 30, 2020
I'm so excited about today's post, featuring a conversation with the one and only, Tim Howard, Coordinator of the B.F.A. Musical Theatre program at Western Connecticut State University! 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 25, 2018
The Los Angeles Master Chorale today announced that it will receive a $1 million gift from philanthropists Kiki and David Gindler. The pledge was announced at the annual meeting of the Master Chorale's Board of Directors held today at The Music Center where the choir is a founding resident company. The meeting was Mr. Gindler's last in his role as Chair of the Board, a position he has held for two three-year terms, the maximum term allowed.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2020
MCC THEATER'S LIVE LABS: ONE ACTS will present C.A. Johnson's  WHEN on Wednesday, June 24 at 5:30 pm.  From the voice of an acclaimed Black Queer writer (All The Natalie Portmans), the play will feature Kecia Lewis and Antoinette Crowe-Legacy  under the direction of Taylor Reynolds.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 19, 2020
Wendy Lane Bailey's 2011 EP is as lovely a listen in 2020 as it was when it was first released - relaxing, pleasing, and easy to enjoy - all of which we need right now.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre have today confirmed full casting for Rodgers and Hammerstein’s Carousel, which plays 31 July – 25 September. Joining the cast are Brendan Charleson (Mr Bascombe), Jo Eaton-Kent (Mrs Mullin), Sam Mackay (Jigger Craigin), Ediz Mahmut (Young Enoch) and Christina Modestou (Carrie Pipperidge).
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 25, 2020
When the negativity on the Facebook page BROADWAY BY BROADWAY became overrun with negativity, theater legend Betty Buckley stepped in with an open letter to the membership that has caught a lot of peoples' attention.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 21, 2020
Syracuse Stage announced today that it has received a grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation in support of 'Exiled in America,' an original work rooted in an examination of housing insecurity and homelessness in the United States.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 7, 2020
TDF, the not-for-profit service organization dedicated to bringing the power of the performing arts to everyone, is renewing its commitment to Off-Off Broadway theatre as well as dance and music productions in smaller venues with the relaunch of its GO OFF-OFF AND BEYOND Program.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 24, 2019
The Tank (Meghan Finn and Rosalind Grush, Artistic Directors) will present the live comedy show for food lovers, GOOD COOKS! created by Deby Xiadani, Alec Ring, and Luke Katler at The Tank (312 West 36th Street between 8th and 9th Avenues) on Tuesday, January 22 at 9:30pm, Tuesday, February 12 at 9:30pm, Thursday, March 14 at 9:30pm, and Thursday, April 18 at 9:30pm. Runtime is 1 (delicious) hour. Tickets ($10) are available for advance purchase at www.thetanknyc.org. 
by Stephi Wild - Jan 2, 2019
Ford's Theatre Society announced that audiences and the company of A Christmas Carol raised $100,777.76 for the Homeless Children's Playtime Project during performances of this season's A Christmas Carol. This year's funds raised brings the company's 10-year totals to $836,600.29 for D.C. charities, aiding the thousands within the D.C.-area who struggle with illness, homelessness and hunger.
by Lianna Albrizio - Jan 12, 2020
In 1995, the tender, introspective jams that comprise Alanis Morissette's iconic album Jagged Little Pill had Elizabeth Stanley belting them out in her car as any angsty adolescent. Twenty-four years later, she is the lead actress of the poignant, incendiary new Broadway musical bearing the name of the Grammy winning album. Onstage, she finds herself channeling the woes of adulthood into her role as Mary Jane Healy, the matriarch of a seemingly perfect family who also happens to be in the throes of opioid addiction. Other members of her clan, however, aren't as angelic as they come across either - a dynamic that couldn't be more ironic. Here, Stanley gets candid with DiningOut about how the problems of the world today manifest in this must-see musical based off Diablo Cody's namesake Pulitzer Prize winning novel directed by Diane Paulus, coming of age in the CD era, and working with Alanis Morissette.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 6, 2020
Five-piece punk band Spanish Love Songs are exclusively premiering their new single + music video, 'Beachfront Property,' today via FLOOD Magazine. Spin + watch it now below.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 25, 2021
If you love looking back at Ella, Lady Day, Sassy and The Queen then consider how much you will love looking forward with Norm, Natalie, Latrice and La Tanya. This time history pays it forward.
by Stefani Chudnow - Feb 15, 2019
Through March 10th, you can catch the musical adaptation of the 1996 movie The Spitfire Grill at Oakland University's Meadow Brook Theatre. Though it never played on large stages such as Broadway or the West End, this tale of redemption and growth in small town U.S.A. has been produced by hundreds of theatres around the world and has been translated into multiple languages. In anticipation of this unique piece of theatre coming to Metro Detroit, BroadwayWorld Detroit spoke to the director of the show, Travis Walter. You can read our interview below.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 13, 2019
With a radical, one-of-a-kind approach to spatial, acoustic and technical flexibility, Brown University's planned Performing Arts Center (PAC) is designed to inspire innovative new art-making, enable unprecedented artistic collaboration and serve as a hub for performance at Brown.
by Qianqian Xing - Dec 31, 2018
Having been engaged in battling autoimmune diseases since childhood, Marinda Davis, now 34 years old, doesn't know how long the rest of her life will last, but proclaims, 'My life has been perfect for my art.'
by Tori Hartshorn - Dec 14, 2018
Cape Francis followed up their 2017 debut LP 'Falling Into Pieces' last month with a respite from the daily grind on the gritty pop tune “Nobody”,  a track that acts as an escape for a moment to get your bearings, to find yourself in the serenity of putting it all on hold and finding yourself some space.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 8, 2019
Step Into My Office is a new dark comedy series from award-winning creator Misha Calvert exploring sexism and harassment in the workplace.
by Carissa Chesanek - Aug 3, 2020
Who's There? is a new play co-directed by Sim Yan Ying a?oeYYa?? (I Love White Men and Without Reason) and hitting the virtual stage during New Ohio Theatre's Ice Factory Festival this year. It is a story that relates to today targeting racism and inequality, the pandemic and the power of Zoom.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2020
The NYC Department of Cultural Affairs (DCLA) has announced four 2020 NYC Public Artists in Residence (PAIR), who will be embedded within three different City agencies over the next year. PAIR, which DCLA launched in 2015, places artists-in-residence at City agencies to address pressing civic issues through creative practice.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 16, 2018
Executive and Artistic Director Keith Gerth and Associate Artistic Director Stephen Smith of the Oil Lamp Theater in Glenview announce their next production, Mark St. Germain's medical drama The God Committee. This production is directed by Josh Johnson and will be performed from August 16th through September 23rd, 2018 at 1723 Glenview Road in Glenview.
by Shari Barrett - Apr 5, 2020
This Spotlight focuses on Kalinda Gray, an actor I first encountered onstage playing Marilyn Monroe all the way to Magenta in the a?oeRocky Horror Picture Showa?? at the Maverick Theatre, a place close to her heart. Away from the stage, but still very much a part of the world of theatre magic, Kalinda's company Wishing Well Entertainment and Parties creates high-quality, professional character and artist event entertainment with a wide array of genres and themes for both adults and children, and she moonlights as an independent Salem 'witch' trials researcher and historian. So how is she dealing with the shutdown of a?oeThe Cruciblea?? in which she was featured as Elizabeth Proctor?
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 23, 2020
With merciless landscapes and unpredictable wildlife, the Conservation Officers of New Hampshire Fish and Game never know what to expect on any given day. In an all-new season of NORTH WOODS LAW, Animal Planet continues to document the work and lives of the Conservation Officers who work tirelessly to preserve and protect the natural resources of the Granite State.