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Majestic Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
245 West 44th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 6, 2019
Una pieza deslumbrante, El martirio de San Andrés (1639), realizada en la etapa final de la vida de Peter Paul Rubens (1577-1640), se presenta en el Museo Nacional de Arte (Munal) del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL).
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
Long Wharf Theatre announces dates, complete casting and the complete creative team for the first production in the 19-20 Season, On the Grounds of Belonging, written by Ricardo Pérez González and directed by David Mendizábal. Performances begin on Wednesday, October 9, 2019 for a limited run through November 3, 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 26, 2019
THE SELFISH GIANT is a classic tale about a giant who builds a wall around his garden to keep out the town's children, but in doing so plunges his garden into an endless winter. The show's creators, Jose Ignacio Vivero and Susannah Dalton, instill a sense of urgency in the story by placing the storytellers themselves at a border wall. Traveling, depression-era hucksters, transform their wares to tell a much-needed story to the audience they find waiting to cross. THE SELFISH GIANT is funny, touching, and fun for the whole family. It's a celebration of the power of stories!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2019
Kit Ingui, Long Wharf Theatre's current Acting Managing Director, will assume the role of Managing Director of Long Wharf Theatre effective immediately. Ingui, with 20 years of experience in Broadway and Off-Broadway production, has become a highly-regarded and key member of the leadership team since joining Long Wharf Theatre in 2017 and served as Acting Managing Director from July to September 2019.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 24, 2019
Premiada como la Mejor obra de teatro de revista, otorgado por la Asociación de Críticos y Periodistas de Teatro (ACPT) y por la Asociación de Periodistas de Teatro (APT), la obra Tandas y tundas iniciará temporada el 26 de septiembre con funciones de jueves a domingos en el Teatro Orientación.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 19, 2019
The Hungarian State Opera Orchestra is the oldest theatre orchestra in Hungary. Due to the vast selection of performances offered by the Opera, it is the most employed Hungarian symphony orchestra. Its roots reach back as far as 1838, when Ferenc Erkel, the father of the Hungarian national opera as a genre organised an opera orchestra for the Hungarian Theatre of Pest. The orchestra moved into their present home, the Opera House after its inauguration in 1884 and was presided over by notable principal music directors including Gustav Mahler. 
by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2019
Con el tema Escritura y el Mayab, el poeta maya Pedro Ub abordará la trascendencia histórica y los cambios que ha tenido la escritura maya, así como sus limitantes, retos y logros, a través de la sesión que impartirá este martes a las 18:00 horas en el Centro de Creación Literaria Xavier Villaurrutia, como parte del Diplomado de Literaturas Mexicanas en Lenguas Indígenas.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 17, 2019
Pittsburgh Opera continues its 81st season with its first-ever Spanish-language opera, Daniel Catán and Marcela Fuentes-Berain's magical Florencia en el Amazonas.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2019
DANCE NOW announces the lineup for the 2019 Festival ENCORE! The one-night-only performance will feature the 10 choreographers/companies selected by the DANCE NOW producers for having most successfully met the 2019 DANCE NOW Challenge: to create a clear and complete artistic statement in five minutes or less for the specifics of the stage at Joe's Pub. This year's Challenge winner is Nicole Vaughan-Diaz. As the Challenge winner, Vaughan-Diaz will receive a $1,500 stipend and a weeklong creative residency at DANCE NOW Silo on Kirkland Farm in Bucks County, PA. The ENCORE! program will be hosted by Deborah Lohse (aka TruDee).
by BWW News Desk - Oct 29, 2019
BroadwayWorld has a first look at the company of Pittsburgh Opera's FLORENCIA EN EL AMAZONAS! Check out the photos below!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 28, 2019
More than 40 years ago, before the Village Halloween Parade was even a glimmer in the eye of Greenwich Village, Theater for the New City launched its own Village Halloween Costume Ball. That started with a parade and party that gradually led to today's huge Village Halloween parade.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 28, 2019
El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL) mantendrá abierta al público hasta el próximo 10 de noviembre la exposición 70 Aniversario del Salón de la Plástica Mexicana, con el propósito de ofrecer un panorama del proceso y evolución de la fotografía que se ha producido en nuestro país durante siete décadas.
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - Oct 24, 2019
Racism and homophobia reign in 1950s Houston, the setting of Ricardo Pérez González's world premiere of On the Grounds of Belonging. The play begins as white drag queen Thomas Aston (Jeremiah Clapp) from whites only gay bar, The Red Room, hides from a raid at The Gold Room, a blacks only gay bar. Thomas falls head over his high heels for Russell Montgomery (Calvin Leon Smith), a quiet, erudite journalist who has a not too distant past with fellow patron Henry Stanfield (Blake Anthony Morris). But against the advice of bar manager Hugh Williams (Thomas Silcott), Thomas and Rusty begin a serious love affair. This is not a good time or place to be an interracial gay couple, but their biggest threat is Henry, who bashes Thomas in the head out of jealousy and hurt. Mooney Fitzpatrick (Craig Bockhorn), the gay and bigoted owner of the two gay bars, tells Russell that Thomas, whom he loved like a son, died of his wounds. He threatens to lynch the person who killed him. Sounds a bit like Romeo and Juliet, but neither character dies at the end. They are just separated seemingly forever. Rounding out this excellent ensemble is Tanya Starr (Tracey Conyer Lee), a torch singer at The Gold Room, who helps Henry escape. All the cast members are genuine in their roles, playing them without stereotypes. You can't help but feel their loneliness. Bockhorn is chilling as a man who, with his partner, took in a very young orphaned Thomas, yet is vindictive enough to lynch someone. Lee is a talented singer as well as actress.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2019
Para recordar las ocho décadas del exilio español en México, el Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL), a través del Centro Nacional de Investigación, Documentación e Información Musical Carlos Chávez (Cenidim), llevará a cabo la jornada 80 años del exilio español: influencias y aportaciones a la vida musical de México, el jueves 24 de octubre a partir de las 11:00 horas en la Sala 4 Agustín Caballero del Conservatorio Nacional de Música.
by Maria Nockin - Oct 21, 2019
On the evening of October 20, 2019, Los Angeles Opera presented a recital by Javier Camarena and pianist Ángel Rodríguez at the Dorothy Chandler Pavilion. Camarena is the Mexican tenor who made news at the Metropolitan Opera when he and the orchestra under Fabio Luisi repeated their rendition of Don Ramiro's aria 'Si, ritrovarla io giuro' (a?oeYes,  I'll find her, I sweara??) from Rossini's La Cenerentola.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 16, 2019
The Selfish Giant is a classic tale, by Oscar Wilde, about a giant who builds a wall around his garden to keep out the town's children but, in doing so, plunges his garden into an endless winter. The show's creators, Jose Ignacio Vivero and Susannah Dalton, instill a sense of urgency in the story by placing the storytellers themselves at a border wall. Traveling, depression-era hucksters, transform their wares to tell a much-needed story to the audience they find waiting to cross.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2019
Long Wharf Theatre presents the first production in the 19-20 Season, On the Grounds of Belonging, written by Ricardo Pérez González and directed by David Mendizábal.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2019
MCC Theater announced today the line-up for their Fall 2019 PlayLabs readings of new plays to be held at The Newman Mills Theater at The Robert W. Wilson MCC Theater Space (511 West 52nd Street): Gina Femia's Allond(r)a, directed by Elena Araoz; Ana Nogueira's Mask Only, directed by Mike Donahue; C.A. Johnson's I Know I Know I Know, directed by Taylor Reynolds; and Brian Otaño's The Dust, directed by David Mendizábal.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2019
BroadwayWorld has a first look at Pittsburgh Opera's FLORENCIA EN EL AMAZONAS! Check out the photos below!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2019
The American Theatre Wing and The Village Voice have announced that the 65th Annual Obie Awards will return to New York's Terminal 5 (610 West 56th Street) on Monday, May 18, 2020 to celebrate and honor Off- and Off-Off-Broadway productions that opened between May 1, 2019 and April 30, 2020.
by Claudio Erlichman - Nov 6, 2019
Finally in Sao Paulo the show that tells and sings the relationship of Brazilian Popular Music with Soccer, intertwining songs from Pixinguinha to Skank, with texts and chronicles from Nelson Rodrigues to Carlos Drummond de Andrade.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2019
The Sol Project (Jacob G. Padrón, Artistic Director), the national theater initiative dedicated to amplifying Latinx voices and building a body of work for the new American theater, is proud to partner with the Latinx Playwrights Circle and announce Latinx Theater State of Emergency, an evening of excerpts from plays by the finalists of the inaugural Latinx Playwrights Circle Intensive Mentorship - Andres Osorio, Nilsa Reyna, Andrew Rincón, and Noelle Viñas - and a town hall conversation with members of the Latinx Playwrights Circle and The Sol Project, hosted by Primary Stages. The event is free and open to the public and begins at 8pm on Tuesday, December 10 at the Cherry Lane Theatre (38 Commerce Street).
by BWW News Desk - Nov 11, 2019
On the evening of Friday, November 1, a vibrant a?"and extremely stylisha?"crowd of more than 200 LGBTQ+ artists and allies packed into the 3rd floor auditorium at The Center (208 W. 13th St.) for the 2019 Queer|Art Annual Party. The evening convened a celebration for the graduating Fellows of the 2018-2019 Queer|Art|Mentorship program cycle and occasioned the announcement of the winners for the 2019 Queer|Art|Prize (made possible with generous support from HBO and Bloomberg Philanthropies).
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Nov 1, 2019
One Performance Only! This Sunday, November 3, 2019! Long ago but not far away at all, there were many TV Variety Shows, Award Ceremonies, Music Centers and Theatre abounding with live Musical Performances, all with massive budgets; and dancers in this town, Los Angeles, made a darn good living, albeit having to work their asses off to do so, but it was a good and plentiful, fulfilling life. Besides myself, there was a plethora of working, professional dancers who ended up bonding together pretty easily, as a dancer's life is one of a nomad, or gypsy, going from one job to another, but in doing so, finding kindred spirits and lifelong connections. Jay Johnson, husband of one of these dancers and artistically gifted himself, was part of the artistic community, as was his wife, Sandi, and, typical with dancers, became close friends and comrades with other dancers, choreographers, and like-minded performers. As Jay was earning international fame as a ventriloquist, actor and comedian, and starring on the hit TV Series 'Soap,' us dancers were slaving away, happy to be able to make a living doing what we loved. Jay is best known for his role on ' Soap' as Chuck Campbell, a ventriloquist who believed his puppet Bob was real and demanded everyone treat Bob as human.
by Jim Munson - Mar 6, 2020
There are some plays, even enjoyable ones, that you forget almost instantly after seeing them. There are others you find yourself thinking of for days afterwards, still mulling them over, savoring their certain moments from them, revisiting their ambiguities and unlocking their mysteries. a?oeDon't Eat the Mangosa?? by Ricardo Pérez González is just that kind of play. In its gorgeous world premiere production at the Magic Theatre, a?oeMangosa?? slowly and subtly grabs hold of you, and has you constantly rethinking your assumptions about the characters and even the nature of the play itself. It is definitely a comedy, but it is also a kitchen sink drama, complete with an actual kitchen sink upstage center. It is grounded in the mundane details of family life, yet there are also occasional flights of poetry and imagery that are more akin to magic realism. It is sometimes tender and lyrical, yet there are startling flashes of darkness and violence as well. Family secrets are unearthed that make you re-evaluate relationships you thought you already knew, but it's never about the surprise factor of those secrets so much as it is about how the characters choose to act on their newfound knowledge. In the end, it's about transcending the effects of an ugly legacy that's been passed from one generation to the next.
by Juan-Jose Gonzalez - Mar 5, 2020
Esta es la cuarta entrega del Proyecto que ofrece zarzuela hecha por jóvenes para jóvenes.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2020
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by BWW News Desk - Mar 3, 2020
Magic Theatrer presents the company's first production of 2020, the World Premiere of Ricardo Pérez González's DON'T EAT THE MANGOS. Directed by David Mendizábal,
by BWW News Desk - Mar 12, 2020
Magic Theatre announced today that the Company's critically-acclaimed National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere of Ricardo Pérez González's DON'T EAT THE MANGOS will close early, following the Friday, March 13 performance at 8:00 p.m., due to an abundance of caution with regards to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 18, 2019
Da Camera of Houston's 2019-20 season launches with Bon Appetit!, an evening of surrealist and culinary musical delights, at the Cullen Theater, Wortham Theater Center on Saturday, September 21 at 7 p.m. The first of several Da Camera performances this season to prominently feature talented women, the concert is titled after composer Lee Hoiby's comedic operatic take on Julia Child's 1970s television show, with soprano Abigail Fischer as the beloved chef. The program also features the renowned Imani Winds performing Maurice Ravel's Le Tombeau de Couperin and acclaimed American vocalist Ryan McKinny in his Da Camera debut performing Francis Poulenc's delightfully absurd Le bal masque. 
by BWW News Desk - Jul 17, 2019
Magic Theatre (Artistic Director, Loretta Greco; General Manager, Kevin Nelson) announced today that its 2019-2020 season will include Lloyd Suh's THE CHINESE LADY, Nassim Soleimanpour's NASSIM, Ricardo Perez Gonzalez's DON'T EAT THE MANGOS and Caryl Churchill's ESCAPED ALONE.
by TV News Desk - Jan 6, 2020
At twenty-two tracks spanning every corner of dance music and hip-hop, Dim Mak Greatest Hits 2019: Originals takes a look back at the year's most cutting-edge tracks from the record label's eclectic roster. The weighty compilation features work from the likes of Steve Aoki & Will Sparks, QUIX, Bear Grillz, BROHUG, Two Friends, KRANE, Party Pupils, Tisoki, Curbi, Henry Fong, Godlands, Otira and much more.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2020
Playwrights Horizons (Artistic Director Tim Sanford, Managing Director Leslie Marcus) will present a return engagement of the The Movement Theatre Company (Producing Artistic Leadership Team David Mendizábal, Deadria Harrington, Eric Lockley, Taylor Reynolds) staging of Aleshea Harris' What to Send Up When It Goes Down, directed by Whitney White. The production runs June 24 - July 19, 2020 (opening June 30, 2020) at Playwrights Horizons' Peter Jay Sharp Theater (416 West 42 Street). 'It's an honor to include this extraordinary piece in our Redux Series, which expands the audience reach for vital new plays that premiered to limited runs elsewhere,' Playwrights Horizons Associate Artistic Director Adam Greenfield said. 'Aleshea Harris' play is an urgent, visceral, kaleidoscopic reckoning with racialized police violence in America-and a theatrical experience that demands our attention.'
by BWW News Desk - Jan 29, 2020
Several stars from the West End season of The Kite Runner are confirmed to headline the 2020 UK tour, stopping at Richmond Theatre from 10 - 14 March 2020.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 23, 2020
DanceHouse will present an energizing, two-part program from Brazil's iconic contemporary dance company Grupo Corpo with the Vancouver premiere of Dança Sinfônica and Gira, February 28 & 29, 2020 at 8pm at the Vancouver Playhouse.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2020
Ephrat Asherie, a a?oebona fide b-girla?? (The Boston Globe), brings her street and social dance company to Philadelphia for the first time, presented by the Annenberg Center and NextMove Dance, to perform Odeon, a high-octane, full-length work set to the music of composer Ernesto Nazareth, played live. A recent Bessie and Dance Magazine award winner, Asherie layers breaking, hip hop, house, and vogue to a rich score melding classical Romantic music with Afro-Brazilian rhythms. Performances are Friday, February 7 (8 PM) and Saturday, February 8 (2 PM and 8 PM). In addition to the three public performances of Odeon, Ephrat Asherie Dance will perform a Student Discovery show for schoolchildren on Friday, February 7 at 10:30 AM. Visit AnnenbergCenter.org for tickets.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 15, 2020
Magic Theatre (Loretta Greco, Artistic Director and Kevin Nelson, General Manager) is pleased to announce the cast and creative team for the company's first production of 2020, the World Premiere of Ricardo Pérez González's DON'T EAT THE MANGOS. Directed by David Mendizábal,
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2020
BRIC, the pioneering Brooklyn arts and media organization, announces the 2020 season of BRIC House Sessions (March 5-April 23, 2020). The exhilarating concert series, held annually, brings the spirit of the BRIC Celebrate Brooklyn! Festival into the organization's Fort Greene headquarters through world-class performances on Thursday evenings. BRIC House Sessions draws its talent from a bold and eclectic array of musical genres, featuring both local treasures and internationally-renowned artists.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 14, 2020
The Kite Runner, an unforgettable theatrical tour-de-force, is to tour the UK in 2020 following two acclaimed West End seasons, when it played to over 100,000 people and received standing ovations at every single performance. It will also premiere in Dubai at the 2,000-seat Dubai Opera.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 7, 2020
Manhattan Theatre Club (Lynne Meadow, Artistic Director; Barry Grove, Executive Producer) has announced the lineup for the 2020 Ted Snowdon Reading Series.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 6, 2020
BRIC, the pioneering Brooklyn arts and media institution, begins the 2020 season of BRIC House Sessions on March 5 with a Latinx indie double-bill featuring Latin GRAMMY Award-nominated singer-songwriter Alex Anwandter and Brooklyn-based global pop darlings Balún. A leading name in South America's new vibrant indie pop scene, Anwandter comes to perform his critically-acclaimed album Latinoamericana. The concert begins at 8pm in the BRIC House Ballroom a?" one of the best spaces for live music in Brooklyn a?" with a performance by Brooklyn-via-San-Juan 'dreambow' pioneers, Balún.
by Jose German Martinez Paneque - Feb 27, 2020
AGUA, AZUCARILLOS Y AGUARDIENTE será la cuarta entrega del Proyecto Zarza, que ofrece zarzuela hecha por jóvenes para jóvenes.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 20, 2020
The 46th Season at People's Light invites you to revisit old favorites, find fresh perspectives on timeless classics, and be part of groundbreaking new theatre.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 9, 2019
Rodolfo Reyes, ganador de la Medalla Bellas Artes en la categoría de Danza, se define como un “ave de paso” que llega, propone, organiza y luego se va. Así lo ha hecho a lo largo de su trayectoria de más de 60 años en los que ha fundado diversas agrupaciones, escuelas y ha viajado por el mundo con una danza vinculada a las luchas sociales de América Latina.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 3, 2019
La obra maestra de Peter Paul Rubens, El martirio de San Andrés (1639), representativa de la pintura flamenca barroca, culminará este domingo 8 de diciembre su periodo de exhibición en el Museo Nacional de Arte (Munal), del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL).
by Cindy Marcolina - Dec 21, 2019
After 40 years of leadership, Jatinder Verma is stepping down as artistic director of Tara Arts in January. After its conception in 1977, he's turned his company from a community project to a prominent presence on the British theatre scene. In recent years, Tara Arts has also become the first (and so far only) BAME-led company with their own theatre building. We had the pleasure to have a chat with Verma, who summed up his groundbreaking journey and took a look at the state of the industry.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2019
BRIC has announced its Spring 2020 programming showcasing live concerts and performances, family events, community discussions, contemporary art exhibitions, documentaries, series, podcasts, and more. 
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2019
New Georges (Susan Bernfield, Artistic Director/Producer; Jaynie Saunders Tiller, Managing Director/Producer) and The Movement Theatre Company (David Mendizábal, Deadria Harrington, Eric Lockley, and Taylor Reynolds a?" Producing Artistic Leadership Team) will present The Harriet Holland Social Club Presents The 84th Annual Star-Burst Cotillion in the Grand Ballroom of The Renaissance Hotel, written and directed by Colette Robert (Behind the Sheet) with music and lyrics by Dionne McClain-Freeney (The Movie Star and The Mammy). The Cotillion will occur in two parts in 2020; a studio production will be held May 8-10, 2020 in the Mezzanine Theater at A.R.T./New York (502 W 53rd Street, New York, NY 10019), with a full production running October 1-18, 2020 in a venue to be announced.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 10, 2019
Blank Theatre Company's production of The Mystery of Edwin Drood opens tonight: Tuesday, December 10th at the Edge Theatre in Chicago.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2019
Como parte del ciclo Visitas literarias, la Coordinación Nacional de Literatura del Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura organiza un recorrido para evocar la actividad docente e intelectual de Rosario Castellanos en Ciudad Universitaria, el cual se realizará el domingo 11 de agosto. El paseo dará inicio a las 10:00 en la Facultad de Filosofía y Letras de la Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México (UNAM), espacio académico donde la escritora impartió clases.