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Applause - 1996 - Milburn, NJ (Regional)

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

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Paper Mill Playhouse

(Milburn, NJ)
22 Brookside Drive
Milburn, NJ 07041
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by Ella Embry - Sep 9, 2021
HAMILTON at The Fox Theatre is a remarkable show and the perfect note to revive theatre in Atlanta with. Even if you’ve streamed it on Disney+, listened to the soundtrack on repeat for months, and watched as many clips as you could find on YouTube, seeing the show in person makes everything feel new again. 
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 7, 2021
Northlight Theatre opens its 2021–2022 season with Songs for Nobodies, written by Joanna Murray-Smith, directed by Rob Lindley, with music direction by Andra Velis Simon, and featuring Bethany Thomas.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Sep 5, 2021
Come Friday, September 10, we're all islanders again as  Apple TV+ premieres Come From Away. The live performance was filmed at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre this past May in New York City, where the Broadway production is staged. Tony-winning director Christopher Ashley tell us all about how he got the musical ready for its close-up!
by Paul Batterson - Sep 5, 2021
Chances are director Edward Carignan has never been a part of a production as wildly chaotic as NOTHING’S ON, the play which provides the backdrop for Short North Stage’s production of NOISES OFF. The fictional play within a play has enough egos, pratfalls, romance, and mistaken identities to make any director’s hair go white.
by Andrea Stephenson - Sep 4, 2021
The Importance of Being Earnest, due to its witty dialogue and fast-paced comedy, has withstood the passage of time, resulting in multiple revivals and adaptations. Audiences can catch The Importance of Being Earnest at Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg (LTM) through September 19th. For those looking for a laugh, The Importance of Being Earnest at Little Theatre of Mechanicsburg is just the ticket!
by Gil Kaan - Sep 3, 2021
The highly anticipated, much delayed Los Angeles production of HAMILTON has finally opened to full houses of enthusiastic and appreciative audiences. London transplant Jamael Westman heads this cast currently at the Hollywood Pantages Theatre reprising his Olivier Award-nominated role of the titular Alexander Hamilton. Had the chance to chat with Jamael (pronounced ‘Ja-mel’) a few hours before he headed to the Pantages for his Wednesday evening performance.
by Barry Lenny - Sep 3, 2021
You will not want to miss this excellent production.
by Melissa Giordano - Sep 3, 2021
The summer is winding down in a big way on the Long Island theatre scene. The hit musical, Newsies, is being presented by The Gateway at the beautiful Patchogue Theatre and this offering is a must see. Running through September 11th and directed by Larry Raben, the Broadway caliber cast is superb and you’ll find yourself thinking about how this tale, set in the 1890’s, still applies today.
by Barry Lenny - Sep 24, 2021
Director, Gordon Combes, is well served by five fine principals.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 23, 2021
The National Arts Club has announced Brooklyn-based playwright Matthew Freeman as recipient of the 2021 Kesselring Prize.
by Neil Shurley - Sep 23, 2021
'It's time to rock and roll, friends!'
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 23, 2021
To mark what would have been the 85th wedding anniversary of Harpo Marx and Susan Fleming on September 26, Marx Brothers Inc., the Los Angeles based, family owned, and operated company devoted to the legacy of the Marx Brothers, is pleased to announce the forthcoming publication of Speaking of Harpo, the autobiography of Susan Fleming Marx (1908-2002.)
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2021
The Odyssey Theatre Ensemble re-opens its re-envisioning of the Odyssey's 1969 West Coast premiere of The Serpent, the Obie award-winning play by Jean-Claude van Itallie. The production initially opened in March, 2020 as part of the Odyssey's 50th Anniversary “Circa '69” Season, but was shuttered five days later by the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic.
by Natalia Jarczynska - Sep 20, 2021
I missed a lot of theater where you can sit and be but after you reflect and re-reflect. This is the case with Flight over a Cuckoo's Nest at the Teatr Polski in Wroclaw. Go, feel and think.
by Team BWW - Sep 20, 2021
What is it that we’re living for? On Wednesday, September 22nd, the answer will be the reunion of the hit 1970 musical Applause, produced by Backstage Babble and streaming on YouTube starting at 8:00 PM EDT.
by DC Felton - Sep 20, 2021
If you've been sitting alone in your house this last year, it's time to head over to Des Moines Playhouse to hear the music play. On September 10, they opened up their first production since 2019, where they opened their full house for tickets. While you may think this would be a place to put a light and fun show to welcome back audiences, they've taken a risk and put up a colorful yet dark production of Kander and Ebb's 'Cabaret.' The risk pays off as it gives the audience a powerful show that reminds me of everything I love about theatre. A production that not only lets the audience feel but leaves them thinking as well.
by Jeffrey Kare - Sep 2, 2021
Seed Art Share will be presenting Dylan Bailey's latest Theatre for Youth adaptation, THE MANY ADVENTURES OF PETER RABBIT, from September 11th-25th in community gardens throughout the Triangle area.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 19, 2021
What happens when two women coming out of the pandemic throw away their filters and jump back into the work world with a new artistic idea? A new artistic partnership that could go all the way.
by Audrey Morabito - Sep 17, 2021
Last night I sat in a theatre for the first time in 557 days. I’m positive I wasn’t the only one holding a track record of that caliber, because the excitement in the Hobby Center was tangible. Theatre is back indeed. And what better way to welcome you than the visually stunning, lovely tale of Professor Higgins and his pupil Eliza Doolittle. MY FAIR LADY (1956) is as classic as it gets, the prime example of Broadway at its best and finest.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 17, 2021
BroadwayWorld's new interview series Back on Broadway is taking readers on the exciting journey of Broadway's return to the stage! Next up in the series is Paulo Szot, returning to the role of Billy Flynn in Chicago!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 17, 2021
Freedonia Marxonia, the annual Marx Brothers festival held on the SUNY Fredonia campus, will once again be held virtually this year. The featured event, live streaming on Friday, October 1, is There's Nothing Like Liberty: The Marx Brothers and America, an 'illustrated lecture' by Noah Diamond.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 16, 2021
Coinciding with DREAMGIRLS 40th Anniversary, DREAMGIRLS’ original Effie Jennifer Holliday will perform her concert HERE’S TO LIFE at The Wallis October 9, 2021. Had the chance to chat with Jennifer of her current LIFE, her signature song, and her one-upping lockdown.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 16, 2021
The hugely popular Assembly Festival Garden will return to Coventry in the spring after proving to be a UK City of Culture hit.
by Jonas Schwartz-Owen - Sep 15, 2021
During the opening number, the Troubadour Theatre Company, affectionately known to all as the Troubies, comment how thrilled the troupe, and the audience by extension, is to have returned to live theatre. The audience responded with glorious applause, and both the occasion and the Troubies deserve that adulation. The Troubies, who have rocked Los Angeles for the last 25 years, are one of the most creative teams in the city. Their imagination and gumption has entertained with parodies of classical works infused with a musical motif such as Alice In One-Hit Wonderland, Much ADoobie Brothers About Nothing, and A Charlie James Brown Christmas. Their latest, Lizastrata, based on both the Greek Aristophanes comedy Lysistrata and the songs made popular by Liza Minnelli, could have been a dazzler, but with a gossamer plot, too many recycled jokes, and a venue ill-equipped to allow the cast to sing with heft, the latest production is uninspired.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021
These spooky classics are given new life as chilling theatrical stories. Though told with some humor, this production might be too intense and scary for very young audiences. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 13, 2021
Daniel King has been announced as the new Executive Director at Icon, a leading theatre company based at The Brook Theatre in Medway who are known for their work with communities across north and east Kent. 
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 12, 2021
All in all my darlings, Chloe Perrier is a real Zis & Zat French singer whose lovely voice and consummate musicianship will make lovers of the language out of anyone, especially if smooth, sexy jazz is your jam…
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 10, 2021
Center Theatre Group has selected participants for the 2021-2022 L.A. Writers' Workshop, where local playwrights are invited to spend a year in residence at the company researching and writing new works with the feedback from artistic staff and their fellow writers.
by Natalia Jarczynska - Sep 1, 2021
​​​​What can I say, Tosca was so great I really don't know where to start. Set design, lights, costumes and actors were so perfect together that watching the show was like stepping into hot chocolate, a phenomenal pleasure for all the senses directed with a virtuosity by Michael Gieleta.
by Shari Barrett - Sep 1, 2021
In the 50s and 60s during the Cold War nuclear panic, mathematician Tom Lehrer became an international comedy sensation as he sang twisted tunes that satirized war, pornography, race, kink, death, religion, the environment, education and politics. I've been a fan of Lehrer's creative musical musings for many years. So I decided to chat with comedian and actor Allan Murray who tickles the ivories and brings Lehrer and his acid-tinged ditties to life during this year's Hollywood Fringe Festival in his World Premiere of THE LAYERS OF TOM LEHRER.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Aug 30, 2021
A few weeks ago, I had the chance to attend Stranger Sings! The Parody Musical and review it for BroadwayWorld. Recently, I also had the chance to speak with Nick Flatto, the director of Stranger Sings. We talked about the show, the effects of the pandemic, and even TikTok. So without further ado, let’s get into it!
by Karis Rogerson - Aug 28, 2021
In a dark, mauve-curtained room, on the fourth floor of a hotel, around 7:15 p.m. on August 26th, the lights began to dim, and a scattered audience of socially distanced cabaret goers erupted into cheers and applause as Ellen Marlow bounded onto the stage. Marlow was at The Green Room 42 performing 'Silver Linings'.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2021
Tickets are on sale now for GRAMMY®, TONY®, and Emmy® Award-winning recording artist/songwriter BEN PLATT’s highly anticipated “REVERIE TOUR.” “The Reverie Tour” is set to kick off February 23, 2022, in Orlando, FL, and will culminate with the tour finale on April 8, 2022, at Los Angeles’ Hollywood Bowl.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 27, 2021
His biggest North American headline tour thus far, “The Reverie Tour” is set to kick off February 23, 2022, in Orlando, FL, will hit St. Louis' Fabulous Fox Theatre on Wednesday, March 16, 2022, and will culminate with the tour finale on April 8, 2022, at Los Angeles' legendary Hollywood Bowl.
by Herbert Paine - Aug 25, 2021
Peter J. Hill delivers a skillfully crafted and heavenly smooth turn as George Burns in SAY GOODNIGHT, GRACIE, Fountain Hills Theater's Season opener, running through September 5th.
by James Lindhorst - Aug 25, 2021
The Muny’s 103rd season closes next week with a production of Kander and Ebb’s classic musical Chicago. J. Harrison Ghee returns to The Muny to lead the company as Velma Kelly. Ghee was last seen at The Muny as Lola in Kinky Boots in 2019. Broadway World sat down with Ghee to learn about returning to The Muny in this production of Chicago.
by Christian Lewis - Aug 22, 2021
Pass Over is not the Broadway of yesteryear. This is a new Broadway, both glistening and openly revealing darkness underneath. It is not complacent, uncritical, or simply nostalgic. Perhaps we have finally said goodbye to one incarnation of the Great White Way, and here Pass Over ushers in the next era, baptizing Broadway anew.
by Andrea Stephenson - Aug 21, 2021
The cast and crew at DreamWrights take on this difficult show with tremendous energy that draws the audience in and takes them on an emotional journey—bringing to mind one’s own relationships and friendships.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 20, 2021
Named by Alternative Press as one of “40 New Artists You Need To Hear,” Rozei earned raves for his most recent single, “The World Is Over.”
by E.H. Reiter - Aug 18, 2021
HAIR feels like a fitting show to open after the extended theatre shut down; it's full of hope, rage, protests, and the desire to make change happen. The Old Globe brings back this musical with an incredibly talented cast who have outstanding vocals, and direction that shows how relevant the show's themes still are today.  HAIR is playing at The Old Globe through October 3rd.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 18, 2021
Well, Well…Hello, Lee Roy! The York Theatre Company will present Broadway’s Lee Roy Reams in his new solo show _Remembering Jerry Herman*, celebrating his collaboration with the late great musical theater legend. Audiences will hear glorious songs and outrageous stories from shows that include La Cage aux Folles, Hello, Dolly!, and more.
by Nicole Rosky - Aug 18, 2021
Ben Platt's Reverie has finally arrived, and super fans have a limited opportunity for an extra special version of the new album. An exclusive Fan Edition is available through midnight, Thursday August 19th and features a track by track commentary by Ben recorded special for this fan edition of the album. 
by Stage Tube - Aug 17, 2021
Platt's much anticipated second solo album, REVERIE includes such extraordinary new singles as 'Happy To Be Sad' and 'Imagine,' both available now on all digital platforms.
by Ricky Pope - Aug 17, 2021
Penny Fuller may have had the quote of the evening when she and Anita Gillette unveiled the new version of their show SIN TWISTERS. She was quoting the great Barbara Cook, who said 'I wish someone had told me I was working in The Golden Age. I would have paid attention.' That is a mouthful. Anita Gillette (Carnival, All-American, Mr. President, They're Playing Our Song, Chapter Two) and Penny Fuller (Applause, Rex, A New Brain, The Dinner Party, Anastasia) brought a bit of The Golden Age to the stage of Feinstein's 54 Below. And the audience paid attention. In fact, the audience was spellbound.
by Ricky Pope - Aug 17, 2021
Onstage, Tony nominee Derek Klena has played a lot of roles that could be best described as 'heels,' well-meaning guys who go horribly wrong due to a lapse in good judgment. It comes as a pleasant surprise to find out that Derek Klena, actor, singer, cabaret performer, is in truth a genuinely affable, kind, thoughtful guy. He is also a prodigiously talented one. In the decade he has been working in New York he has racked up some impressive credits including Carrie, Dogfight, Wicked, The Bridges of Madison County, Anastasia, and Jagged Little Pill. He sang songs from several of those productions in his self-titled show which opened at 54 Below last nigh
by TV News Desk - Aug 16, 2021
Platt marked the arrival of REVERIE with his biggest North American headline tour to date, set to kick off February 23, 2022 at Orlando’s Amway Center culminating with the tour finale on April 8, 2022 at Los Angeles’s legendary Hollywood Bowl.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 16, 2021
Yeah, But Not Right Now, a new one-man musical written and performed by A.J. Holmes (The Book of Mormon, South Park, Team StarKid), will play at SoHo Playhouse (15 Vandam Street) beginning September 9, as announced today by Darren Lee Cole, the Playhouse's Producing Artistic Director. Opening night is set for September 19.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 13, 2021
Check out a full list of tour dates - The tour is set to kick off February 23, 2022, at Orlando, FL's Amway Centerand will culminate with the tour finale on April 8, 2022, at Los Angeles' legendary Hollywood Bowl. Among the tour's highlights will be Platt's first ever headline show at New York City's Madison Square Garden, set for March 6, 2022.
by Stage Tube - Aug 13, 2021
Next week will see Ben visiting NBC's Late Night with Seth Meyers as both lead guest and musical performer, set for Monday, August 16th (check local listings).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 13, 2021
GRAMMY®, TONY®, and Emmy® Award-winning recording artist and songwriter BEN PLATT today announced his biggest North American headline tour thus far, set to kick off February 23, 2022, at Orlando, FL’s Amway Centerand will culminate with the tour finale on April 8, 2022, at Los Angeles’ legendary Hollywood Bowl.