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Applause - 1970 - Broadway Tickets, News, Info & More

Based on the film All About Eve and the original story by Mary Orr.

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Palace Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
1564 Broadway
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 29, 2021
KÀ by Cirque du Soleil was welcomed back to its colossal theater at MGM Grand Hotel & Casino by an enthusiastic sold-out audience in Las Vegas on Nov. 24, 2021. The gravity-defying show and its talented artists kicked off the show’s return with a celebratory processional through MGM Grand.
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 28, 2021
Join the Segal Book Talk series Wednesday, December 1 at noon, for a conversation with Alexis Greene & Emily Mann about Greene's new book, Emily Mann: Rebel Artist of the American Theater. The discussion will be moderated by Frank Hentschker.
by Michael Dale - Nov 28, 2021
How my exposure to the diversity of New York theatre changed once I started going to Off-Off-Broadway more frequently than to Broadway.
by Gil Kaan - Nov 28, 2021
The very in-demand cabaret artist Sharon McNight will bring her strong vocals and hysterically outrageous irreverence to Feinstein’s At Vitello’s December 9th in SHARON McNIGHT: BETWEEN HOLIDAZE, with musical direction from John Boswell.
by Stefani Chudnow - Nov 26, 2021
Are you up for a journey to hell? From now until December 5th, you can board the train to the underworld at the Fisher Theatre, where Hadestown is playing its very first stint in Detroit.
by Michael Major - Nov 26, 2021
In the visual directed by renowned choreographer, artist, and director Charm La’Donna [The Weeknd, Dua Lipa, Kendrick Lamar], Meghan sits with her infant son Riley as she reads him his own fairytale in Rileys Book. The clip intercuts vignettes of the superstar as she wraps presents flanked by backup singers in a Marilyn Monroe-style satin robe.
by Gil Kaan - Nov 23, 2021
A popular fixture of the New York cabaret scene, Jim Caruso brings his JIM CARUSO’S CAST PARTY across the nation to Feinstein’s At Vitellos November 28th and 29th. An evening of “extreme open mic” provides a platform for new performers as well as surprise established guests. Jim took a few moments after completing his CAST PARTY in Nashville to give us some behind-the-scenes of his once-was “weird, show-biz adjacent gig,” now his most enjoyable passion CAST PARTY.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 22, 2021
Marking a return to live theater after a 20 month hiatus, Bergen County Players , one of America's longest-running little theater companies, reopened its doors last night with the rousing musical revue, A GRAND NIGHT FOR SINGING: A CELEBRATION OF RODGERS & HAMMERSTEIN.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 22, 2021
A Christmas Carol is a holiday tradition at Music Mountain Theatre! Performances begin on November 26th and will play on weekends through December 12th. Showtimes are Fridays & Saturdays at 8:00 PM, Saturdays & Sundays at 3:00 PM.
by Bobby Patrick - Nov 21, 2021
Bobby defines cabaret as (n) A wilful force of artistic expression, and Jack, for those who have not yet experienced him, is a cabaret force to be reckoned with.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 19, 2021
It has been said that great things are worth waiting for. It took some time to get Linda Kahn into the solo spot but once it happened the crowd couldn't help but SAY YES! to her.
by Tara Bennett - Nov 18, 2021
You only had to hear and see the standing ovation that greeted the curtain call for GODSPELL at Theatre Baton Rouge last Thursday to see what a gift Clay Donaldson has for bringing an ensemble together to have audiences clapping and cheering. It’s a creation of joy in a time when we all could use a little.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 18, 2021
Dutch Kills Theater has announced an extension of its acclaimed New York Premiere of 2018 Weissberger Award for Playwriting nominee THE ANTELOPE PARTY by Eric John Meyer. Performances will now run through December 4 at The Wild Project.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 18, 2021
On November 9, 2021, Toho Co., Ltd. hosted a press conference in Tokyo, Japan for the upcoming theatrical stage production, SPIRITED AWAY, which is set to showcase at the Imperial Theatre in Marunouchi, Tokyo from March 2-29, 2022. The live stage adaption releases during the year of Toho’s 90th anniversary.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 5, 2022
Orlando Fringe, who takes the responsibility of showcasing some of the most immersive and exciting theatrical performances, has the privilege of having support from six sponsors for their in-person Winter Mini Festival and their online Mini-Digi-Fest.
by Backstage With Richard Ridge - Jan 2, 2022
Watch as Richard Ridge chats with Broadway composer extraordinaire, Stephen Schwartz!
by Andrea Stephenson - Jan 16, 2022
The entire cast and crew of Sweeney Todd deserve a round of applause for their performance. While this production is sold out, be sure to catch the theatre’s upcoming performances at Gettysburg Community Theatre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 14, 2022
Perth Theatre treated audiences to a special Boxing Day gift by sharing The Dress, a specially created video starring Scottish comedian, actor and writer Karen Dunbar.
by Jade Kops - Jan 13, 2022
Glace Chase (Writer and Performer) takes the classic story of secret love with someone not deemed ‘acceptable’ to their family and friends’ expectations and adds an extra layer of complexity in her new play TRIPLE X.
by Michael Major - Jan 12, 2022
Produced by K-Kov and co-written by Noa alongside Casey Smith, JHart, Zach Skelton, Miranda Glory, Natania Lalwani, Jax, Jason Hahs and K-Kov, the mesmerizingly explosive track arrives accompanied by a gleaming, sci-fi-inspired, dance-powered music video showcasing Samsung’s new S21+ 5G and streaming now on YouTube. Watch the new music video now!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 11, 2022
 Ars Nova has announced 17 new artists and groups selected in 2022 for residencies and commissions at Ars Nova. The Company’s dynamic slate of artist residencies and commissions supports outside-the-box thinking and encourages innovative, genre-bending work.
by Ron Bierman - Dec 9, 2021
It seems variety is the spice of classical music and opera in San Diego. The city’s symphony orchestra plans to appear in a dozen or more venues next year, and the opera company has used a different venue for each of its three recent recital concerts. The latest of these featured Mexican-born tenor Arturo Chacón-Cruz, and the operatic tenor’s program choices continued the varietal spice. The first half began with five Italian canciones followed by four Spanish zarzuelas and concluded with two Puccini arias. But many in the audience were waiting for the all-mariachi second half. Their reward was 11 Mexican-Spanish favorites sung in front of the 10-piece Mariachi Continental de México led by musical director Silvano Chavez.
by Review Roundups - Dec 8, 2021
Is There Still Sex in the City? opened last night, Tuesday, December 7 at the Daryl Roth Theatre. Is There Still Sex in the City? Audiences will experience Bushnell’s saucy humor and spot-on insights into life, love, relationships, and hear stories about how a young woman reinvented her life and in the process created a cultural phenomenon.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 7, 2021
Eighteen months later, Jamie deRoy returns to the live venue stage with some marvelous mates and her signature tune.
by Michael Major - Dec 7, 2021
“Alpine Drive” is a poignant track that longs for a feeling of “home” appropriately concluding an album awash in emotion, reflection and melodies that were touchstones of his other band The Wrens. Gently hinting at the holidays with its elegiac instrumentation, Whelan claims that the song is 'nostalgic' to him.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 6, 2021
Richmond Triangle Players launches the New Year by presenting the new musical Chanteuse, created by and starring Alan Palmer in a limited engagement of eight performances only.
by Katie Kirkpatrick - Dec 5, 2021
This concert production of Sunset Boulevard was a celebration of show business: glamorous costumes, shining spotlights, intrigue, and incredible voices. Its cast of musical theatre stars transported us to Hollywood in a performance that was musically impeccable, brought to life by the power of the orchestra.
by Linda Hodges - Dec 5, 2021
For twenty-five years, Jonathan Larson’s RENT has inspired audiences to choose love over fear and to live without regret. But perhaps just as importantly, this Tony Award and Pulitzer Prize-winning phenomenon celebrates artists and the raw courage and commitment they evince in daring to pursue their craft – almost always in a community of like-minded misfits, non-conformists and crazies. -- Linda Hodges
by Jared Reynolds - Dec 4, 2021
A holiday classic with a fun twist, 'What the Dickens?' takes the audience on a unique journey that is destined to delight and entertain!
by Sarah Dussome - Dec 4, 2021
Join Klara and her dashing Nutcracker prince on a journey to the magical Land of Sweets!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2021
An enthusiastic crowd packed the pews of Blessed Sacrament Catholic Church in Norfolk, VA on Nov. 21, 2021, for a captivating concert performance by renowned tenor Anthony Kearns to celebrate the church's centennial anniversary.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 3, 2021
Benjamin Rauhala musical directs a collective of singing actors to brilliant heights in musical storytelling about heartbreak.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 29, 2021
The live recording of David Sabella's musical cabaret PANDEMIC RELIEF is an auspicious start to his recording career.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 28, 2021
With her clarion vocals and the majestic music of four virtuosos, Erin Bode made the holiday season even brighter for Birdland.
by Lin Markz - Dec 22, 2021
With only 3 days of rehearsal, Ms. O'Hara doesn't disappoint
by Michael Major - Dec 21, 2021
NONPOINT will release their new EP titled RUTHLESS along with the premiere of the official music video for single 'Back in the Game'. This follows their independent label plan of delivering music to their fans through more frequent releases and videos from the band. Pre-save the album now. Plus, check out their upcoming tour dates!
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 21, 2021
Broadway World Cabaret invites MAC Award-winning soprano Georga Osborne and radio DJ (Sing It, Sister!) Ellen Bonjorno (coincidentally, wives in real life) to talk about their trip to Town Hall to see the legendary Judy Collins.
by Jeffrey Kare - Dec 2, 2021
Tonight, NBC will air its sixth live musical production. Following in the footsteps of The Sound of Music, Peter Pan, The Wiz, Hairspray, and Jesus Christ Superstar, the peacock network will be presenting Annie. Based on Harold Gray's comic strip titled Little Orphan Annie, this musical tells the story of a little orphan with equal measures of pluck and positivity who charms everyone's hearts, despite a next-to-nothing start in New York City in the year 1933.
by Erica Cataldi-Roberts - Dec 19, 2021
Festival Ballet Providence’s new version of THE NUTCRACKER contains new sets, new costumes, new roles, new choreography, and even a new venue, but retains its charm while being exactly the shake-up this Rhode Island tradition needed.
by Adrienne Proctor - Dec 17, 2021
The Thelma Gaylord Academy brings live theatre back to The Plaza District! The Academy students bring their A-game and impress with their portrayal of this genuine rock musical. With music from David Bowie, Sara Bareilles, and many more, SPONGEBOB proves himself to be more than just a simple kitchen sponge.
by Michael Major - Dec 17, 2021
With Christmas a week away, Meghan Trainor reveals the acoustic music video for her fan favorite holiday original 'My Kind of Present.' It's a standout from the Deluxe Edition of her holiday album, A Very Trainor Christmas. She teased the album's arrival with the release of her take on 'Rockin' Around The Christmas Tree.' Watch the video now!
by Michael Major - Dec 17, 2021
The nostalgic cover follows a pair of irresistible singles from Nash – the self-reflective, “Super Glue,” and the touching ode to Nash’s upbringing in Los Angeles, “Palm Trees.” These recent tracks marked a new direction from the singer-songwriter formerly known as gnash. The name change reflects his remarkable growth.
by Michael Major - Dec 14, 2021
Veteran troubadour Steve Poltz has announced a series of upcoming live dates. The North American headline run kicks off with a very special album release party celebrating the arrival of his eagerly awaited new LP, Stardust & Satellites, set for Nashville, TN’s City Winery on February 22, and then continues into mid-March.
by Gigi Gervais - Dec 12, 2021
Broadway welcomed back fan-favorite Dear Evan Hansen back to the Music Box Theatre on December 10th.
by Gil Kaan - Dec 12, 2021
My El Capitan experience began in its lobby with a photo opp and a display of the costume of the main two pairs of lovers of West Side Story. As you enter the theatre auditorium, American Theater Organ Society’s Organist of the Year Rob Richards (bedecked in rhinestone shoes) wields his organ prowess on the El Capitan’s Wurlitzer pipe organ. Sounding like a fully synthesized band, Richards plays movie themes and songs familiar to most.
by Shari Barrett - Dec 11, 2021
As a kid growing up in Los Angeles, the greatest movie town in the country (if not the world), I remember how special it was to attend Saturday movie matinees with my cousins in the late 50s and early 60s. But it was not until I attended the special Dapper Opening Night Fan Event on Thursday, December 9th just prior to the December 10th opening of WEST SIDE STORY at the El Capitan Theatre in Hollywood that those childhood memories were rekindled, thanks to the magical retro world created not only within the theater but the neighborhood itself.
by Lynn Beaver - Dec 10, 2021
Lin-Manuel Miranda’s HAMILTON, returns to Austin’s Bass Concert Hall with full seats and roaring crowds. There are shows that shift the way we see theatre and this is one of those rare productions that will remain in our collective consciousness long after the final notes sound.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2021
Royal Family Productions will present a workshop production of MAMA ROSE. This piece is written and stars Richard E. Waits (A Turtle on a Fence Post, RFP: Worth St.), with direction by Royal Family Creative Director Lorna Ventura and Royal Family Artistic Director Chris Henry. 
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Dec 1, 2021
This brilliant new staging has taken the world by storm and has been hailed “Les Mis for the 21st Century”. With scenery inspired by the paintings of Victor Hugo, the magnificent score of Les Misérables includes the songs I Dreamed a Dream, On My Own, Bring Him Home, One Day More, Master Of The House and many more. Seen by over 120 million people worldwide in 52 countries and in 22 languages, Les Misérables is undisputedly one of the world’s most popular musicals.