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As Is - 1985 - Broadway

As Is is a play by William M. Hoffman.The Circle Repertory Company and The Glines co-production, directed by Marshall W. Mason, opened on March 10, 1985 at the Circle Theatre, where it ran for 49 performances. The Broadway production, produced by John Glines, Lawrence Lane, Lucille Lortel, and the Shubert Organization, opened on May 1 at the Lyceum Theatre, where it ran for 285 performances following six previews. The cast included Jonathan Hadary, Jonathan Hogan, Lou Liberatore, Ken Kliban, and Claris Erickson.

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Lyceum Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
149 W. 45th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 7, 2021
The show centers on two couples living next door to each other. Things are generally friendly between the neighbors before the Del Valles discover while putting in a new fence that their property line is actually two feet over – right in the middle of Frank Butley's prize-winning garden.
by Maria Nockin - Sep 6, 2021
Lyric Opera of Chicago has recorded Ruggiero Leoncavallo’s Pagliacci on film. Last week, the company announced that registration was open for audiences to secure free links to screen the new Pagliacci made at the Lyric Opera House. Audiences can now secure a free, on-demand viewing of this verismo production. More information about the production and reservations are available at lyricopera.org/pagliacci. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 4, 2021
Learning to Walk directed by Paweł Miśkiewicz is a show-journey through drama, prose and poetry of Tadeusz Różewicz - on of the most critically acclaimed writers in the world literature of the turn of the 20th and 21st century.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 3, 2021
Next month, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 29, 2021
The Instant Shakespeare Company will present readings on Zoom from Edward II to Richard III by William Shakespeare and his contemporaries. Thirteen Plays covering English History from 1311 through 1485 from Saturday October 9 through November 6. These will be presented on Zoom and livestreamed to the Instant Shakespeare Company on YouTube.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 27, 2021
This new opera, adapted by Tamsin Collison from Michael Palin's play, is both funny and wonderful to hear, Scott Stroman's score swinging as much as the characters are stuck
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2021
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage will present two new free partner performances this week. Today, September 27, a free premiere of the Metropolitan Opera’s opening night, Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, will be streamed live in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park. Tomorrow, September 28, Steinway & Sons will present a free in-person five-piano concert featuring the acclaimed piano ensemble The 5 Browns in Central Park’s Naumburg Bandshell, directly adjacent to Rumsey Playfield.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Sep 24, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. Returning to a Broadway theatre, getting comfortable with the uncomfortable, welcoming in a new season, feeling confident in the rehearsal room, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
Next week, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 23, 2021
When Charlie joins Jimmy and Cazza's acting agency, things go badly and well all at the same time in an absurdist comedy
by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2021
Alexandra Palace has confirmed that its much-loved annual Fireworks Festival will be returning this winter, following an enforced year off in 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2021
What better way to open this memorable return to the Atwood Concert Hall than the aptly titled Celebration, by Adolphus Hailstork. After first gaining widespread attention in 1966 when the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra performed his master’s thesis, Statements, Variations, and Fugue, Hailstork has since become one of the most prolific Black American composers of the 20th century with works for orchestra, piano, opera, and everything in between.
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - Sep 21, 2021
While we were squished on top of each other, as is normal in a theater, I did not see anyone who was not wearing a mask. Everyone seemed to be following the rules and no one made a big fuss about having to wear a mask. Before being let into the theater, every audience member had to show a staff member their vaccination card and photo ID. While this did slow down the process of getting everyone into the theater, it was worth it. I have seen a few live, outdoor shows since the beginning of the pandemic and I do still feel more comfortable seeing a show outside, but I'm not opposed to seeing shows inside.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2021
Repertory Dance Theatre has been presenting 'wiggle-friendly' interactive performances for children and families at the Rose Wagner Performing Arts Center through the Ring Around the Rose series for more than twenty years.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 17, 2021
Inspired by true events, Everybody's Talking About Jamie follows Jamie New (Harwood), a teenager from Sheffield, who dreams of life on stage.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 17, 2021
Last Friday the Birdland Big Band returned to the scene of their two-decade-long residency, and the patrons of the legendary nightclub could not have looked (or sounded) happier.
by Team BWW - Sep 17, 2021
Broadway lovers had reason to rejoice this week when the industry's most beloved composer, Stephen Sondheim, announced that he has a new musical in the works. What do we know so far about Stephen Sondheim's new project? Let's review!
by Stage Tube - Sep 16, 2021
Stephen Sondheim appeared as a guest on The Late Show with Stephen Colbert last night! Sondheim and Colbert have history, as Colbert starred in the 2011 production of Sondheim's musical, Company.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 16, 2021
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage is thrilled to announce two new free partner performances this month. On Monday, September 27, a free premiere of the Metropolitan Opera’s opening night, Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, will be streamed live in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 13, 2021
This week, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Roy Berko - Sep 12, 2021
A native New Yorker, Neil Simon is recognized as Broadway's King of Comedy. Following his very successful 1961 production of COME BLOW YOUR HORN, Simon's name on a script basically meant instant box office sell-outs during the era from 1960-1980, the Great White Way's era of comic plays.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 11, 2021
Stephen Sondheim is coming to The Late Show! The Broadway legend will sit down with Stephen Colbert on Wednesday, September 15.
by Joseph Harrison - Sep 11, 2021
It’s always exciting to get to be the first to experience something. From the first person in line to buy the newest iPhone, to the first guests to board a new theme park ride, there is a special thrill in being there when something great begins. That was my experience last night at the very first performance in Titusville Playhouse’s new venue, the Shuler Stage. It was especially exciting that the first show in that space also happened to be a favorite of mine, one guaranteed to bring hearty laughs and a huge smile – THE GREAT AMERICAN TRAILER PARK MUSICAL. And if the rest of the performances that will follow in this new space are anything like what came to life under the Shuler tent last night for the first time – then Titusville theatregoers have quite a thrilling adventure ahead of them.
by Review Roundups - Sep 10, 2021
The film adaptation of the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen hits theaters on September 24th, but some lucky members of the press were able to view it early as it has its premiere at TIFF this week.
by Michael Major - Oct 6, 2021
Discovery+ has announced that fans can begin streaming season two of the wildly popular series 90 Day: Single Life on Friday, November 12 with a special two hour premiere on discovery+, the definitive non-fiction, real-life subscription streaming service.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 5, 2021
Today, organizers are announcing plans for TEDxBroadway TEN to be held Tuesday, March 8, at 1pm Eastern at New World Stages and simultaneously livestreaming on Stellar.
by Herbert Paine - Oct 5, 2021
You don’t need Merlin to make magic out of CAMELOT…not if Michael Barnard, a master of musical entertainment, is casting his spell on the stage of The Phoenix Theatre Company. Running through October 24th, the production features a trio of triple-threat actors ~ James D. Gish, Kate Cook, and Toby Yatso.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 4, 2021
This month, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Debbie Gilpin - Oct 20, 2021
“Emancipate yourselves from mental slavery. None but ourselves can free our minds.” To some, Bob Marley is the dreadlocked king of reggae, writer of feel-good hits such as “One Love” and “Three Little Birds” – but there was far more to his life than that. Abandoned by his father and shoved from pillar to post in his youth, he formed a bond with Peter Tosh and Bunny Wailer, the trio hoping to escape the ghetto with the help of music – although Bob probably wouldn’t have minded giving a football career a shot if that hadn’t worked out.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 19, 2021
Shortly ahead of their long-awaited, self-titled third studio album, Forth have released a brand-new single called '1993' - available now.
by Comfort Katchy - Oct 18, 2021
A love-story comes to Houston! Live theatre is officially back, and what better way to kick it off than with a heartwarming (true!) story at the George Theater? A.D. Players opens their 55th season, named a Season of Triumph, with this touching and feel-good Houston premiere. Written by award-winning playwright Ken Ludwig, this show is your picture-perfect comeback to the audience.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 18, 2021
This week, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Roy Berko - Oct 17, 2021
THE TEMPEST, now on stage at Great Lakes Theatre, is thought to be Shakespeare's last known play. The script almost defies classification as it contains both tragic and comic themes, as well as romance. It explores many themes, including magic, betrayal, revenge, and family.
by Courtney Symes - Oct 14, 2021
After what Executive Director Michael Laun calls “the longest theatrical intermission ever on record,” Sacramento Theatre Company is back with its 77th season, which is aptly entitled WHO, WHAT & WHERE.  Really, do any of us know who, what, or where we are anymore?  I do know where you should be, though, and that’s at the Sacramento Theatre Company watching their regional premiere of Gloria: A Life. 
by Gary Naylor - Oct 14, 2021
Saoirse Ronan provides a much needed opportunity to listen and learn from Shakespeare's tale of ambition's dangers amidst much wailing and gnashing of teeth
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 14, 2021
Jarrod and Kellie have taken their big voices and beauty and added them to an intricately scripted, meticulously rehearsed, and blissfully spectacular new show that, just last night, came into the light.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 14, 2021
On Saturday, October 23 at 7:00 PM (ET), Flushing Town Hall will present Dayramir González & Habana enTRANCé in a hybrid performance for both in-person and virtual audiences.
by Krista Garver - Oct 14, 2021
Celine Song's FAMILY is a surreal look at the messy self-perpetuating cycle of violence.
by Gil Kaan - Oct 11, 2021
Open Fist Theatre Company returns to live, in-person performances at Atwater Village Theatre with a concurrent run of two plays by Canadian playwright Daniel MacIvor – the west coast premiere of THE SOLDIER DREAMS and the shorter NEVER SWIM ALONE. THE SOLDIER DREAMS opens October 23rd, with NEVER SWIM ALONE running concurrently October 30th through November 21st. Had the chance to pick Daniel's brain, a true Renaissance man who’s an actor, playwright, theatre director and film director.
by Lauren Yarger - Oct 11, 2021
Dorothy Lyman, Sachi Parker, Don Striano featured in THE LITTLE SISTERS OF LITTLETON, kicking off Gracewell Productions' Table Reading Series at the Palace Theater, Waterbury
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 11, 2021
This week, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 11, 2021
A singing actress with many qualities similar to the greatest stage actress of her day, Amy Beth Williams has a new cabaret show that takes the audience on a musical trip around the world.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 10, 2021
A six-year labor of love for husband and wife filmmaking team Brian Vincent  and Heather Spore is welcomed to the world next weekend at the New York City film festival NEWFEST.
by Roy Berko - Oct 10, 2021
Written in 1982, the play is set in a recording studio in Chicago in 1920. It deals with issues of race, the attitudes of Blacks regarding Whites, religion, and the historic exploitation of Black recording artists by white producers.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 1, 2021
The Gamut Theatre has announced its lineup for the 2021-22 season. The season kicks off on October 8 with A Midsummer Night's Dream.
by Drew Eberhard - Aug 30, 2021
Our central characters Ileen and Jaclyn work togther a meer desk apart in a small and conservative Medical Office in Chicago. As the story opens we find out that Ileen has recently been made office manager by Dr. Williams, and over coffee and sweet rolls they discuss the days upcomings. By a watch unlike any-other Jacklyn arrives to work, finding her desk askew and walking into the room as if someone was just talking about her. After a five day leave Jacklyn returns to an office that may or may not have been turned on its head so to speak. What happens in the progressingly swift 95 minutes is nothing short of magical. The twist and turns, the wonder about what could possibly happen next, keeps you on the edge of your seat and filled with anxiety at its best. Somehow a story so real, so human, and so down-right current even in an unfortunate way makes this a piece you absolutely can’t steal your eyes away from. With baited breath we hang on every word.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 30, 2021
JEFF HARNAR will make his solo FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW  debut with I KNOW THINGS NOW: JEFF HARNAR sings SONDHEIM.  Drawing from the words and music of Stephen Sondheim, Mr. Harnar creates a self-portrait of the emotional landscape of an openly gay New Yorker.
by Jack L. B. Gohn - Aug 27, 2021
Audiences need each other as much as the performers need audiences; in the aisles we feed off each other's energy, helping each other get the jokes, experience the pathos, and admire the performances. Steel Magnolias, is an excellent way to make our return, with plenty of jokes, plenty of pathos, and plenty of opportunities for actors to shine. Baltimore's Everyman Theatre's lovely production makes the most of these assets.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 26, 2021
'The Wayward Daughter of Judah the Prince' by Douglas Lackey begins in Palestine in the late second century C.E. Learn how to get tickets to the show, in which Hannah is the dutiful and learned daughter of Judah the Prince, compiler of The Mishnah--the core section of The Talmud.  She serves her father as his loyal daughter and scribe.