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

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Her Majesty's Theatre


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by Michael Major - May 9, 2022
Very early on a morning in June 2021, in the hills of northwest Connecticut, a unique ensemble of musicians gathered in the hayloft of a barn to perform a special livestream concert in celebration of the summer solstice. The album of this music, entitled Concert in the Barn, is by the seven-time Grammy-winning Paul Winter Consort.
by Michael Major - May 9, 2022
Following the release of her highly-anticipated new album, Based On A Feeling (via Atlantic Records), and the stunning and alluring music video for new track “Don’t Make Me Wait,” critically-acclaimed, platinum-selling Puerto Rican and Cuban songstress Sabrina Claudio has announced her Based On A Feeling global tour.
by David Friscic - May 8, 2022
On Your Feet! celebrates Cuban-American pride and the need to celebrate life during both the good times and the tough times. This fascinating real-life story of Gloria Estefan and Emilio Estefan is full of bite, vigor, and vibrating energy to touch the soul and the heart. A multicultural cast lends their voices and hearts to portray what it means to be the face of America and to strive and reach the American Dream.
by Jeffrey Ellis - May 7, 2022
Lerner and Loewe’s Camelot, the 1960 musical based on the legend of King Arthur and his knights of the round table and adapted from the T.H. White novel The Once and Future King, is now onstage in Franklin, in an entertaining, sparkling and winningly fast-paced rendition from Studio Tenn. Under the direction of Broadway veteran Phillip William McKinley (The Boy From Oz, Spiderman: Turn Off the Dark) who, with his creative team, brings to life the show’s 2010 update by multiple Emmy Award-winning, multi-hyphenate television producer David Lee (Frasier, Wings, The Jeffersons).
by A.A. Cristi - May 6, 2022
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate top high school musical talent at its 8th annual 2022 Applause Awards on Saturday, June 4, at Walt Disney Theater. Modeled after the Tony Awards, the Applause Awards will be directed by Broadway veteran Ray Roderick and hosted by award winning Broadway and TV actress/singer Rachel York. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 6, 2022
The Dr. Phillips Center for the Performing Arts will celebrate top high school musical talent at its 8th annual 2022 Applause Awards on Saturday, June 4, at Walt Disney Theater. Modeled after the Tony Awards®, the Applause Awards will be directed by Broadway veteran Ray Roderick and hosted by award winning Broadway and TV actress/singer Rachel York. 
by Michael Major - May 6, 2022
The album features production by Stint (Gallant) and Blue Rondo (Young Thug) on “Better Version,” Jonah Christian (Lil Wayne, Nicki Minaj, Normani, Anderson. Paak) and Sad Money (Khalid, Pink Sweat$, Chloe & Halle), Jeff Gitty (J. Cole, H.E.R., Mac Miller, Anderson .Paak), Roy Lenzo (Lil Nas X) and German (Justin Bieber, Lil Wayne, Katy Perry).
by Daniel Nolen - May 5, 2022
I arrive at the Beacon Theater early enough to peruse the merch line, and after attempting--and failing--to bribe the woman icily manning the VIP table into letting me purchase an exclusive gig poster, I take my seat and wait for the show to begin.
by Vince Vicentuan - May 4, 2022
A summer night couldn’t be more propitious: an amphitheatre sitting loftily atop rugged Antipolo terrains adorned with humongous homalomenas, philodendrons, and alocasias growing uninterruptedly, a buzzing crowd of guests gushing over the museum’s Castillan-influenced architecture jutting into the night sky, and an impressive lineup of performers headlined by one of the most exciting classical singers to have emerged in the past decade joined by an international musical theater artist-guest who has won countless hearts with his dashing good looks and smooth, dramatic voice.
by Jeffrey Kare - May 4, 2022
Based on George Bernard Shaw's 1913 play, Pygmalion, My Fair Lady is set in London in the year 1912. The story follows a strong willed flower girl named Eliza Doolittle. She sells to any and all comers, even the wealthy elite amongst who always ignore her for her social status and thick Cockney accent, either of which are a hurdle, both of which mean she's in for a hard life of poverty. Though as chance would have it, she runs into phonetics professor Henry Higgins, who is gifted with a knowledge for patterns of speech that he can pinpoint anyone's place of origin to within a few miles. Eliza overhears him boasting that he can turn any old peasant with a go-nowhere accent into a proper socialite and accepted member of high society in six months. So she tracks him down and begs him to improve upon her native tongue so she could land a career in a real flower shop. Meanwhile, wealthy nobleman and noted phonetician, Colonel Hugh Pickering, makes a wager with Higgins, challenging him to turn Eliza into a first-class fair lady who will be accepted amongst the elite based strictly on her use of the English language.
by A.A. Cristi - May 3, 2022
The opening week of St. Francis in the Vivian and Morton Sigel Black Box Theater has been postponed.
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2022
SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT, the first Original Broadway Cast Recording ever recorded live on opening night, will be released this week. SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT will be released Friday, May 6 at 12AM in streaming and digital formats, including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, and more.
by Emily Short - May 2, 2022
Look out Dallas, there's a new Cady Heron in town, and she's even more 'grool' than you could imagine. English Bernhardt is coming in hot with a performance full of personality, popularity, and PINK. Don't miss out on Broadway's MEAN GIRLS National Tour. Music Hall at Fair Park May 3-15.
by A.A. Cristi - May 2, 2022
The Company Theatre, Rochester's newest performing arts collaborative, announces their inaugural 2022-2023 season.
by Gil Kaan - May 2, 2022
The first Los Angeles revival of Yasmina Reza’s Tony Award-winning comedy God of Carnage plays a limited three-week engagement at the Odyssey Theatre beginning May 13, 2022. Peter Allas directs the playwright-approved cast of Matthew Downs, Jack Esformes, Lisa LoCicero and Leilani Smith. The very busy Peter made some time to answer a few of my queries.
by Armando Urdiales - May 16, 2022
As a young boy scout from San Antonio, one of the annual trips I always looked forward to was visiting NASA'S Johnson Space Center. Partially, my move to Space City USA was because of Houston's long history and fascination with outer space. AD Players' production of their world premiere production of Jayme McGhan's APOLLO 8 reignites this childhood passion. This stunningly visual play is a tremendous documentary play on the politics, humanity, and faith of the first space mission that led us eventually to walk on the moon.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 16, 2022
BIRDLAND THEATER will present pop/jazz vocalist and songwriter Liam Forde – celebrating the release of his first album Great to Be Here – on Monday, June 13 at 8:30 PM.
by Daniel Nolen - May 15, 2022
@danielnolen writes about seeing Rina Sawayama's final show of her Dynasty tour.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 14, 2022
ComedySportz Chicago - a 35 year-old improv comedy institution - announces a new move to Piper's Alley in Chicago's iconic Old Town neighborhood. CSz Theater Chicago will take up a short residency through the July 4th weekend. CSz Theater will occupy both the Blackout Cabaret and Judy's Beat Lounge throughout the run. CSz Theater will reopen with a regular programming schedule of League Night on Thursdays at 7PM in the Blackout Cabaret, ComedySportz main stage Fridays at 8PM in the Blackout Cabaret and Saturdays at 6PM in Judy's Beat Lounge, and the brand new hit musical improv show, Trapped in a Musical will play Saturdays at 9:30PM in the Blackout Cabaret all on the 2nd floor of the Piper's Alley venue, 230 W. North Ave. Chicago, IL 60614.
by Nicole Ackman - May 13, 2022
From the moment that the ceremony started with an upbeat rendition of “You Can’t Stop the Beat” from HAIRSPRAY by the twenty finalists, it was clear that the 2022 Triangle Rising Star Awards was going to be something special.
by Stephen Mosher - May 13, 2022
For one night only Broadway royalty Anita Gillette and Lee Roy Reams will regale Birdland audiences with stories and songs.
by Michael Major - May 13, 2022
Three-time GRAMMY® Award-winning R&B hitmaker, iconic songwriter, actor, entrepreneur, and philanthropist NE-YO returns with a new single and music video entitled “Don’t Love Me” via Motown Records. On the track, acoustic guitar threads around a throwback-style beat. The song arrives on the heels of the fan favorite “Stay Down” [feat. Yung Bleu].
by Michael Major - May 13, 2022
Ella Fitzgerald Sings The Irving Berlin Songbook, The First Lady Of Song performed selections from that album live at the Hollywood Bowl. Conducted and arranged by Paul Weston, who also arranged and conducted the studio sessions, this concert marked the only time that Ella performed these iconic arrangements live with a full orchestra.
by Stephen Mosher - May 13, 2022
The popular boy group returns to the scene of the crime: the cabaret club where they were first formed and their hit show played, before the pandemic
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 12, 2022
This year, Danse Danse is celebrating its 25th anniversary in dazzling fashion with prestigious international companies alongside their great local companies - a program full of splendour, emotion and discovery. An ode to movement!
by Scott Rawson - May 12, 2022
Dear Evan Hansen has been a long-awaited show for this reviewer and it did not disappoint. The show was inspired by the true story of Benj Pasek, the show's lyricist, who, after a high school classmate died of a drug overdose, witnessed classmates tell false stories of being part of the deceased student's life.
by Gary Naylor - May 12, 2022
BWW's Gary Naylor discovers more about the National Theatre's work in the education sector and how its online resources are being used more and more post-pandemic
by Andrew Child - May 12, 2022
There’s a lot going on, but the play itself lands its message within the first twenty minutes, and then bumbles through seventy more minutes of reiteration, repetition, and regurgitation.
by Ron Bierman - May 11, 2022
The San Diego Symphony’s Music Director and Conductor Rafael Payare took up the notoriously difficult French horn at the age of 13. During an hour-long Zoom interview while he was in Montreal, I asked how he had managed to become a soloist less than six months later! “I have to admit it was a little bit fast,” he said. Not the haughty egotistical answer I might have gotten from film conductor-stereotypes. His local youth orchestra, a part of Venezuela’s extensive El Sistema program, needed horns, so he joined a few weeks after first picking one up. “For a couple of classes, I could only play one scale, but somehow something clicked, and I just started playing more.” Less than half a year later he passed an audition for the national youth orchestra, and later became Principal Horn with the prestigious Simón Bolívar Youth Orchestra, the one that first brought Gustavo Dudamel to the attention of the conducting world.
by Michael Major - May 11, 2022
Award-winning country soul singer-songwriter Tami Neilson has shared “Baby, You’re A Gun,” available today via Outside Music at all DSPs and streaming services. A striking lyric video premieres today at YouTube. “Baby, You’re A Gun” marks the latest single from Neilson’s game-changing fifth studio album, KINGMAKER.
by Stephen Mosher - May 10, 2022
Cabaret newbie Linda Kahn returns to the stage with her hit show from last fall.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 10, 2022
Bristol Riverside Theatre will close its season with a chance to see Hollywood notable Aaron Sorkin’s groundbreaking debut that tells the story of a group of military lawyers assigned to defend two Marines in Guantanamo Bay.
by Tina St. Angelo Wetzel - May 1, 2022
How to rescue a bar in 1987
by Marissa Tomeo - May 1, 2022
Based on the true story of legendary theatre artist George Tabori’s memoir of his Jewish mother, who miraculously—and in a great act of personal courage—managed to escape deportation in 1944. Elsa, a 55-year-old unwavering Hungarian Jew had remained in Budapest to care for her asthmatic sister after her husband had been incarcerated and her sons had left the country. Finally, Else is detained and sent to the rail yard to be deported to Auschwitz—until she confronts a Nazi official and manages to obtain her release. Tabori, a collaborator of Brecht and Hitchcock, is best known for Brecht on Brecht (1961) and The Cannibals (1969). In My Mother’s Courage, Tabori subverted traditional narrative form while deconstructing conventional notions of heroism.
by Roy Berko - Apr 30, 2022
Anton Chekov, along with Henrik Ibsen and August Strindberg, were three late nineteenth and early twentieth century European playwrights who were the seminal figures in the birth of theatrical modernism. They turned their backs on the escapist romantic stories and took on real issues, and presented real people with real problems.
by Barry Lenny - Apr 29, 2022
The concert was, of course, superb.
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Apr 29, 2022
'The Parable of the Sower' might be a bit too on-the-nose for some viewers, but it's a beautifully produced performance that showcases phenomenal talents while drawing necessary attention to key issues.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 29, 2022
Come to Violetone's Battle of the Bands: a contest highlighting young artists and their sounds. Hosted by Michael Ronca, Battle of the Bands will have five bands compete against each other to determine who is the best band in Washington Square and win an exclusive mentoring session with well-established producer Danny Ross.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 29, 2022
Olney Theatre Center announced its 84th season today, unveiling plans for seven theatrical productions that will serve as the tentpoles for an increasingly diverse slate of cultural offerings.
by Lora Strum - Apr 28, 2022
In GALLIM Dance Company's 'BLUSH,' so many moments feel like a mental breakdown. Perhaps that madness is what lies just outside the theater, or perhaps that’s what audiences will leave behind.
by Armando Urdiales - Apr 27, 2022
The Broadway classic is currently in residence at the Hobby Center and is a wonderful expression of both the beauties of our past and a great reminder that history repeats itself.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 27, 2022
Bechdel Project has announced Jeanne Dorsey as the recipient of the inaugural Room of One's Own (ROO) Writer's Residency. During the residency, Ms. Dorsey will fully develop her new play 'The Kit: Made by Martha,' which was a 2021 Ensemble Studio Theatre/Sloan Commission.
by Roy Berko - Apr 25, 2022
THE LIGHTNING THIEF: THE PERCY JACKSON MUSICAL, which is finishing its four-performance sold out run at the Helen Theatre, is a co-production of Baldwin Wallace University's nationally recognized Musical Theatre program and Playhouse Square. It is the fifteenth collaboration between these two organizations.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Apr 25, 2022
MY FAIR LADY tells a tale of transformation. Linguistics professor Henry Higgins takes a young Cockney flower seller under his wing and attempts to convert her into what he deems is a “proper lady.”
by Review Roundups - Apr 25, 2022
Lincoln Center Theater's production of Thornton Wilder's Pulitzer Prize-winning classic The Skin of Our Teeth, opens tonight at the Vivian Beaumont Theater.
by Review Roundups - Apr 24, 2022
FUNNY GIRL opens tonight, Sunday, April 24 at the August Wilson Theatre (245 West 52nd Street). Produced by Sonia Friedman, Scott Landis and David Babani, Funny Girl stars Screen Actors Guild Award nominee Beanie Feldstein as Fanny Brice, Tony and Olivier Award nominee Ramin Karimloo as Nick Arnstein, Jeff Award winner Jared Grimes as Eddie Ryan and five-time Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch as Mrs. Rose Brice.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 22, 2022
After the two year pandemic hiatus, Provision Theater Company presents NICODEMUS by Provision' Artistic Director & Playwright, Timothy Gregory.
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 21, 2022
D.C Anderson releases his new albums of musical stories.
by Kevin Alvey - Apr 21, 2022
'Marilyn Maye: 94, Of Course There's More!' at Feinstein's/54 Below in NYC. Marilyn Maye celebrated her 94th birthday with a run of 10 shows in the NYC Nightclub. Featuring songs from the Great American Songbook and from the Broadway stage, Marilyn brought her special brand of energetic positivity to the Manhattan crowd and shows no signs of slowing down!
by Stan Jenson - Apr 21, 2022
Fun and personal triumph take center stage in Desert Rose Playhouse’s current production of Mid-Century Moderns.  Great writing, incredible voices, terrific acting and beloved songs combine to make this one of the most enjoyable visits to the theatre that I have had in a very long time.  I saw the world premiere last night and I’m already anticipating my next visit during the show’s brief five-week run!