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Joseph Papp Public Theater/Anspacher Theatre

(New York, NY)
425 Lafayette Street
by Stephi Wild - Sep 8, 2021
One of London's newest clubs, Werkhaus, relaunches after covid with some of London's finest promoters and international acts all booked in over the next few months. The rough and raw 300 capacity club which launched from the ashes of one of London's original warehouse spaces back in 2019.
by Marianka Swain - Sep 6, 2021
Punchdrunk, the internationally-acclaimed theatre company who pioneered the breakthrough of immersive theatre in the UK, are returning to London for the first time since 2014. Following a break from the capital, with sell-out international productions and their award-winning foray into TV, with The Third Day, the company are back in their home city to premiere their first major new show since The Drowned Man.  
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 3, 2021
See the cast of the world premiere musical DARLIN' CORY performs 'After the Ashes' during the Alliance's sneak peek event, Behind the Musical.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 3, 2021
'Dorothy Parker: A Certain Woman' runs from September 15 – October 16, Wednesdays through Saturdays at 8:00 PM at The Cape May Presbyterian Church, 500 Hughes Street, where ELTC is in residence.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Lang - Sep 3, 2021
Before 'Great Comet,' I didn’t have a singular favorite show. If asked, I’d list off 'Wicked,' 'Les Miserables,' 'Chicago,' 'Hamilton,' and 'Evita,' but I couldn’t give just one answer. But now, the answer is easy. This show is my absolute favorite of all time.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2021
As theater begins a lengthy, gradual comeback from a shut down year, centering support for playwrights is key to ensuring that what’s on the horizon looks different than the standard production models that drove the industry’s recent past. In The Playwrights Realm’s 15th Anniversary Restart Season, in lieu of productions, the organization expands its existing programs and networks of support for playwrights, generating a vital sense of community that likewise catalyzes vital writing.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2021
The Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC) today announced that Naomi Sheldon will join The Comedy of Errors company to play the role of Adrianna on tour and at the Barbican this winter. Hedydd Dylan, who currently plays the role of Adrianna, will share the role with Naomi whilst the production is on tour, before leaving the company at the end of November to have her baby, when Naomi will take over permanently for the show's run at the Barbican.
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Sep 24, 2021
The story of an A-list star twice over at the Music Theatre of Connecticut's MainStage.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 24, 2021
The Warner Theatre will present its 10th Anniversary International Playwrights Festival in person and streaming live from the Nancy Marine Studio Theatre October 15 & 16, 2021.
by - Sep 17, 2021
Angela’s Ashes: The Musical is a remarkable story, told with rare lyricism and a warm inimitable sense of humor as we follow Frank McCourt’s escapades and experiences in a Dickensian landscape peopled by a drunken father, a helpless mother, pompous priests, and bullying schoolmasters; money-lenders, dancing-teachers, and charity workers, culminating in his escape from grinding poverty to the redemption of a new life in America.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 7, 2021
 The Flea Theater today announced a major strategic evolution for the performing arts organization, committing to positive and equitable artists relations while prioritizing Black, brown, and queer artistry through partnership and programming.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 26, 2021
The violin and guitar duo Fire & Grace returns with their third album of original arrangements, Alma. Meaning “soul” in Spanish, Alma pairs the music of Bach with an array of folk melodies from around the Iberian Peninsula, along with other musical favourites of the duo.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2021
Until Death, is about the heartbreak of a miscarriage that drives a couple into a battle for the ashes. The production is inspired by films like Marriage Story, Kramer Vs Kramer, Pieces of a Woman, and the play Loose Ends by Michael Weller.
by Jonas Schwartz-Owen - Oct 24, 2021
SpiegelWorld gives Vegas audiences a chance to laugh again. An Interview with creator Ross Mollison and performer Petra Massey
by Ella Embry - Oct 2, 2021
In a true return to original form, AN ILIAD at Theatrical Outfit is an intimate performance of the story of Hector and Achilles as told by one person – The Poet himself. Played by Suzi Bass Award-winner Lee Osorio, The Poet guides the audience through a tragically epic story, complete with props and the occasional help of The Muse, Deisha Oliver on cello. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2021
The Massey Theatre will kick off its season with the beguiling performer and songwriter, Martha Wainwright, gracing the Massey stage as part of the tour of her new album Love Will Be Reborn for one night only.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 11, 2021
In celebration of our 10th year, the Warner Theatre International Playwrights Festival will be presenting a retrospective of some of our most memorable plays and playwrights! Since our inception, the festival has produced 111 plays from around the world and across the country. 
by Michael Major - Oct 1, 2021
Vacances was forged by singer Danny Lannon in 2015 out of the ashes of his previous West Coast electro-indie project, The Frail. Finding production and songwriting partners in musicians from notable acts of Montreal, Rubyhorse, and The Kickdrums has helped give Lannon a defining shape to the ‘80s-inspired indie alternative tracks you hear today.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 8, 2021
The Joffrey Ballet's critically-acclaimed reimagined classic, The Nutcracker, by Tony Award-winning choreographer Christopher Wheeldon, is certain to be a highlight of the Joffrey's first-ever season at the historic Lyric Opera House, 20 North Upper Wacker Drive, in 26 performances, December 4 – 26, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 29, 2021
Bharatanatyam choreographers Ranee Ramaswamy and Aparna Ramaswamy's Fires of Varanasi: Dance of the Eternal Pilgrim evokes an elaborate ritual where time is suspended and humans merge with the divine. Through images that reflect the cosmic trinity of Varanasi, India - sacred pilgrimage routes, the Ganges River, and the patron deity Shiva, heightened by the chants of Vedic priests - the choreographers imagine a metaphorical crossing place where one may leave the mundane and enter into the world of immortality.
by Balim Kar - Nov 26, 2021
Simon Stone's Medea found a new home at Zorlu Performing Arts Center for the Istanbul Theatre Festival. The space hosted the cast and crew of this spectacular play and its smitten audience for two days.
by Barry Lenny - Nov 19, 2021
A modern take on Hamlet.
by Michael Major - Nov 16, 2021
The film also stars Stephen Bogardus, Alex Breaux and Dan Bittner. The film is co-directed by Roger Mancusi, in his directorial debut, and Katie Schiller, both of whom previously collaborated on the indie darling and Gotham Award-nominated SHIVA BABY. The film is based on the short story “Columbarium,” by Nicholas Mancusi.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 26, 2021
Previously taking place over Memorial Day Weekend, Rocklahoma will celebrate America’s biggest Labor Day Weekend Party in 2021.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 26, 2021
The fifth play in our Sound Stage season, Black Diamonds and the Blue Brazil is freely adapted from the books of Ron Ferguson – Coal, Cowdenbeath and Football dreams of glory come together in a story about a father a daughter and what it means to succeed.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 23, 2021
To commemorate the solemn anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, the Utah Symphony will perform John Williams' “Hymn to the Fallen,” Elgar's “Nimrod” from “Enigma Variations,” Copland's “Lincoln Portrait” and Valerie Coleman's “Umoja: An Anthem for Unity” overlooking a powerful sea of red, white and blue flags representing each of the individuals who lost their lives during the attacks on September 11, 2001.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 22, 2021
Naomi Peterson joins the company in the role of Miss Stapleton and others, joining the previously announced Richard Ede (Sherlock Holmes), Marc Pickering (Stapleton and others), Eric Stroud (Doctor Watson), Naomi Peterson (Miss Stapleton and others), Phil Yarrow (Sir Henry and others).
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 6, 2022
The American Classical Orchestra returns to the historic Harlem Parish, the stunning location of its highly-praised 2020 digital production of The Chaconne Project, for an intimate, creatively staged live performance of the program.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 26, 2022
Concert program inspires renewal and rebirth, from Aaron Copland's In the Beginning to a new piece, Out of the Ashes, created by two Arizona artists
by Michael Major - Jan 21, 2022
The opening of “Leaves”—the new single from electronic/alternative project NightNight on NoCut Entertainment—combines environmental sounds of trains and construction equipment with drums from the Dave Smith Tempest and a vintage Optigan from producer Sylvia Massy’s studio. Listen to the new single now!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 21, 2022
Shakespeare's Globe has announced the full cast of The Merchant of Venice, performed in the candlelit Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, directed by Abigail Graham and designed by Sarah Beaton.
by Michael Major - Jan 20, 2022
IMPERA is heralded by today’s release of its first official single, the sublime and haunting “Call Me Little Sunshine' and as a phantasmagoric visual interpretation lensed by iconic director Matt Mahurin and starring Ruby Modine. The album will also feature “Hunter’s Moon,” Ghost’s fourth consecutive Active Rock #1. Plus, check out new tour dates!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 20, 2022
A semi-finalist for the 2021 Blue Ink Playwright Awards, On The Greenbelt is a serio-comic play that jumps between past and the present, written by ensemble member Karissa Murrell Myers* and directed by Jonathan Berry.
by Michael Major - Jan 18, 2022
On Erie’s new full-length album, Tiny Fires, he spearheads a rebuilding effort, employing his signature hyper-sensory poeticism in intimate, harrowing portraits of the common man’s oft disregarded depth and frailty. Pre-order and pre-save the new album now!
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 12, 2022
It has been said that one should keep a sense of humor, especially about oneself, that it is a strength beyond all measure. On Monday night Jeanna de Waal proved that she does, indeed, have a sense of humor, for the Broadway veteran, late of the ill-fated DIANA, THE MUSICAL, spent much of her onstage time at 54 Below making fun of herself and her experience with the show that is already being called infamous.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 6, 2021
With just over 100 days until the opening, Punchdrunk have today released more tickets for their brand new show The Burnt City. A limited season on sale until 28th August 2022 with previews commencing on Tuesday 22nd March.
by Gigi Gervais - Dec 5, 2021
Toronto folk rockers The Honeyrunners set the scene ablaze, asking 'What Are You Scared Of?' with the release of their new single and debut LP, Everything Is On Fire - available now via Gypsy Soul Records / Warner Music Canada / FUGA / Proper Music Group.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 21, 2021
Kenneth Danziger, the British actor whose humor and intelligence charmed audiences in London and regional theaters across the United States for decades, died on December 12, 2021. He was 76.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2021
Joe’s Pub has announced their winter programming for 2022 starting in January through February with two shows each evening. In addition, the venue will welcome its former sous chef, Ricky Mungaray back to the kitchen as Executive Chef.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 4, 2021
Vessels will be released on October 1, 2020 on Big Sun Records, named for Tullos’ first band to break through, Big Sun.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 31, 2021
Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts hosted a star-studded celebration of Oscar, Tony and Emmy Award-winning designer and director Tony Walton.
by TV News Desk - Aug 3, 2021
Debuting at #8 on the iTunes “Singer/Songwriter” chart, with a sound of late Beatles and early Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young, THE WATERSHED BAND are no strangers to building a sound with mass appeal.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Lang - Aug 24, 2021
If you're anything like me, Broadway is a great source of comfort and solace during times of struggle and strife. There's often a song for almost every situation, and nothing is quite as cathartic as the fantasy of belting your favorite ballad as if your bed is the Gershwin stage. These are just a few of the songs that seem to best describe the experience of having a mental illness, because even the messy, difficult parts of being a human are worthy of the stage.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 2, 2021
Kumu Kahua Theatre has announced their entire 50th Season of productions will be available to watch free of charge – with a subtitle option - for one weekend in August 2021. On the morning of August 7th, 2021, a playlist of the 50th season of Kumu Kahua Theatre will be available to watch on YouTube until midnight on August 8th.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 12, 2021
Artistic collaborators for this year's reimagined program are Composer/Music Director Daniel Bernard Roumain, spoken-word poet Marc Bamuthi Joseph, Buglisi Dance Theatre Co-Founder/Principal Dancer Terese Capucilli, and videographer Nel Shelby.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 12, 2021
Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts today announced artistic works celebrating iconic civil rights leaders, accessibility in the arts, and the rich history of dance in New York City coming to Restart Stages this September—the outdoor performing arts center created to champion the revival and recovery of New York City arts.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 12, 2021
Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced The Devil is in the Details—A Tribute to Tony Walton on Thursday, August 26, from 5 to 6 p.m. live and in-person at Bay Street Theater in Sag Harbor.
by Christina Mancuso - Aug 11, 2021
There’s something truly extraordinary that happens when you step onto the grounds of Jack London State Historic Park.  It’s not just any park.  You are whisked away into a magical land of beauty, passion, exuberance -- and immersed in spellbinding talent that is known as the Transcendence Theatre family.  This year was special.  Celebrating over a decade of performances and surviving a global pandemic, Artistic Director Amy Miller affirms “impossibility turned into possibility” and joyously proclaims, “Cherish life and live it to the fullest!”
by Stephi Wild - Aug 10, 2021
Angela's Ashes will be available on demand through Wednesday September 22, 2021. Learn more about the performance and how to get tickets here!