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Westside Theatre (Upstairs)

(New York, NY)
407 West 43rd St.
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by Analisa Swerczek - Sep 26, 2021
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2021
Circus 1903 has announced a world-class line-up of performers from across the globe who are limbering up for their anticipated third Christmas Season at Southbank Centre's Royal Festival Hall.
by Michael Major - Oct 19, 2021
Allen Stone is set to release his upcoming album APART on November 12. The album reimagines some of his most beloved songs to-date, stripping each lavishly arranged track back to the very essence of its creation. Listen to the new track now and watch a special performance video!
by Michael Major - Oct 13, 2021
Knocked Loose have released their stunning and visionary new EP in full today, entitled 'A Tear in the Fabric of Life'. Watch the new animated film EP now!
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 Katie Kirkpatrick - Oct 1, 2021
What If If Only, the prolific Caryl Churchill's latest short play, explores incredibly complex issues of grief and time in its very short 20-minute run time. Premiering at the Royal Court, James Macdonald's production finds the humour and humanity in the text, which is brought to life with imagination.
by Michael Major - Nov 5, 2021
When You Walk Away marks the band’s most fully realized effort to date. FUR, who described their last EP Facing Home Mixtape (2020) as a “harmonious meeting of unintentional things,” created a deeply personal yet deliberate and cohesive album. Listen to the new album and check out their new tour dates now!
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 27, 2021
Patrick Oliver Jones recently sat down with actress Michael Learned for in-depth interview on Feedspot's Top 25 Theatrical podcast Why I'll Never Make It. The interview will air on Monday, November 29th on all streaming services http://whyillnevermakeit.com
by Dan Marois - Nov 22, 2021
Seacoast Repertory Theatre brings forward a magical performance of the classic, Peter Pan
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 20, 2021
The Broadway World Cabaret Award winner for Best Spoken Word show is back with a new format that is working for hostess Leola... and she is working for it, too.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2020
Amir Nizar Zuabi's This Is Who I Am, directed by Evren Odcikin, opens officially on Sunday, December 13, at 4pm EST. This world premiere run of the play-all performances of which take place live-now runs December 5 - January 3.
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - Nov 18, 2021
This performance marked my first time on that stage, physically and figuratively, since the pandemic. Just a few too many firsts for one slightly overwhelmed understudy. The moment before my first scene was rough. I felt completely vulnerable, a far cry from the way I usually feel while performing. During the first scene, I actually went on a kind of autopilot. I just let my work take over while I mentally got used to the feeling of an audience again. I was shaking as I walked offstage. That rocked me. I loved theatre more than anything in the world. Why was I so nervous?
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 13, 2020
In 2020, Al Frankincense (Dead Kringles), Elliott Gold (Prancid), and Bill Myrrhey (Sleigher) entered the studio, putting to tape their debut, 'The Myrrhderers Sleigh Christmas,' an historic documentation of North Pole underground Christmas culture.
by A.A. Cristi - May 18, 2021
Jessie Award-winning Realwheels Theatre is pleased to welcome Tomas Mureika as the organization's new Artistic Director.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2021
/kor/ productions has announced the next production in its digital 2020-21 season will be a contemporary retelling of Bizet's The Pearl Fishers. The classic tale of brotherhood, human nature and forbidden love is streaming straight to audiences' home screens this March 11th, 12th and 13th. 
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 4, 2021
Rian Keating puts himself out on a line when he performs his club acts, but this deaf cabaret singing storyteller also puts himself on a line every day, living the life he wants to and helping those in need... and from the day the teenage Rian arrived in New York City, that's been his way.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 26, 2021
Written in North Wales and later completed at their homes in Utah, “Into The Blue” arrives self-assured and forthright, in a world still trying to regain its footing, stalked by the specters of manipulation, mis-information, and trepidation.
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - Mar 22, 2021
When Broadway actor, content creator and life coach Bret Shuford sits down with new clients, he helps them envision what they want their life to look like. 'So many actors come to me and say…I want to work on Broadway. I help them get more specific than that.'
by Stephi Wild - Mar 20, 2021
The Closing Night Film program of the 16th Annual DisOrient Asian American Film Festival of Oregon will feature the Pacific Northwest premieres of Garth Kravits' short film When the World Was Young starring Lia Chang, Jason Ma, Virginia Wing and Jo Yang.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 9, 2021
Twenty years ago, the world fell in love with a quirky young woman by the name of Amélie Poulain. The French waitress stuck in her own little universe slowly starts to help people find their happiness, finally reaching hers. The stone-skipping and crème brûlée-cracking character played by Audrey Tautou immediately charmed her way into popular culture and by 2015 Daniel Messé, Nathan Tysen, and Craig Lucas had adapted Jean-Pierre Jeunet’s beloved film into a stage musical with Samantha Barks and Phillippa Soo both taking the titular role at separate times in the US.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 7, 2021
Mad Cow Theatre makes its triumphant return to the Harriett stage with the side-splitting comedy, The Hound of the Baskervilles.
by Ricky Pope - Jun 3, 2021
But for all the goody-two-shoes exterior, there’s a devilish glint behind the eyes that hints at something darker. He only lets it out once in a while, but it’s exciting when he does. Sikes is known for his shows honoring Judy Garland and Liza Minnelli. He brings much of their full-throated, show-biz savvy his own performance style. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2021
Circus Harmony has announced it has been awarded a two-year PNC Arts Alive grant from the PNC Foundation to help bring a new program, Architecture and Acrobats, to life. Circus Harmony students will create and present site-specific shows at historically significant architectural landmarks throughout North St. Louis City and North St. Louis County.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 21, 2021
STooPS BedStuy, an annual celebration of creativity in Brooklyn will return to Bedford-Stuyvesant for an afternoon of dance, music, spoken word, theater, visual art, conversations, workshops, and more on July 24, from 1-5pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2021
STooPS BedStuy, an annual celebration of creativity in Brooklyn named the New York Times' Best Dance of 2020, Best of Street, returns to Bedford-Stuyvesant for an afternoon of dance, music, spoken word, theater, visual art, conversations, workshops, and more on July 24, from 1-5pm.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Jun 17, 2021
Well friends, the time has finally come. BuzzFeed Unsolved, the beloved series starring Ryan Bergara and Shane Madej, is coming to an end. Ever since 2016, this show has been a source of great memes, fascinating stories, and of course, dozens of unsolved mysteries both mundane and supernatural. For this article, I had the special opportunity to speak with the two “ghoulboys” about the series and how YouTube as a whole can be used as a platform for performance. We talked about the growth of the series, fan interactions, and even the legendary series known as the Hot Daga. Let’s jump right into it!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 10, 2021
Country singer, Corinne Cook, recently released her latest lyric video and single, 'Blah Blah Blah.' The single is a brand new unreleased track co-written and produced by Cook's trusty and talented producer Denny Martin.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 7, 2021
STooPS BedStuy, an annual celebration of creativity in Brooklyn named the New York Times' Best Dance of 2020, Best of Street, returns to Bedford-Stuyvesant for an afternoon of dance, music, spoken word, theater, visual art, conversations, workshops, and more on July 24, from 1-5pm.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 19, 2021
RICKEY SMILEY announced he will be performing at Louisville's Brown Theatre on Friday, September 10, 2021 at 7PM.  Tickets go on sale to the general public this Friday, July 23rd at 10:00am.
by TV News Desk - Jul 1, 2021
The new record, chopped down to 12 tracks after challenging herself to write 20 songs in 30  days, is therefore a turning point, one that leaves her more vulnerable than ever before.
by Student Blogger: Leah Packer - Jan 11, 2021
This installment of Sharing Their Stories is with Noah Himmelstein!
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 3, 2021
After COVID cut the in-person run short, Interrobang Theatre Project (ITP) adjusted to a virtual screening on BroadwayWorld, available February 5-25, 2021.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 24, 2021
Starting in 2002, the young hopeful spent the next several years paying his dues as a demo singer by day and Lower Broadway gigger by night. He connected with fellow South Georgia native Luke Bryan and started touring as his keyboard player. 
by Derek McCracken - Feb 21, 2021
Health efficacy and academic bureaucracy clash in ADJUST THE PROCEDURE, a timely pandemic play about a group of deans and directors at an NYC college who meet to disclose, debate and deny a rash of compounding crises.
by Student Blogger: Grace Cutler - Feb 18, 2021
How do Theater and Economics connect? Well, I am interested in the business of the entertainment industry: how shows run on a budget and how people get paid, among other things. Studying business and performance, I am able to experience the arts while learning the theory behind how they operate. 
by TV Scoop - Feb 15, 2021
Find out what's happening on Coming Up on a New Episode of HELL''S KITCHEN and if it's a new episode, airing on FOX on Thursday, February 25, 2021!
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 13, 2021
The history of show business is loaded with couples who work as well offstage as they do on. These twosomes have brought their offstage magic to the stages of the cabaret and concert world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 11, 2021
ACO’s Composer to Composer series features major American composers in conversation with each other about their work and leading a creative life. The intergenerational discussions begin by exploring a single orchestral piece, with one composer interviewing the other.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 15, 2020
Rounding out a prolific year earmarked by diverse collaborations and blockbuster performances including his most recent critically-acclaimed release “Valley of Last Resort.”
by Anthony Walker-Cook - Dec 1, 2021
Nancy Carroll's credits include seven previous productions at the National Theatre and, recently, The Crown on Netflix. She is currently starring in the National Theatre's production of Manor, a new play by Moira Buffini.
by TV News Desk - Aug 5, 2021
The new record, chopped down to 12 tracks after challenging herself to write 20 songs in 30 days, is therefore a turning point, one that leaves her more vulnerable than ever before.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 27, 2021
Theater for the New City will present Leaves, a powerful drama written and directed by Victor Vauban Jr. about assimilation, colorism, the importance of family, love and mental health.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 27, 2021
Theater for the New City presents Leaves, a powerful drama written and directed by Victor Vauban Jr. about assimilation, colorism, the importance of family, love and mental health.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Aug 26, 2021
Cirque Beserk! is a circus with a very good pedigree. Founded by Martin Burton, the original Zippo The Clown, this entertaining and skillful production brings the traditional circus show into the modern age, using talent sourced from around the globe.
by E.H. Reiter - Apr 27, 2021
THE MOUNTAINTOP explores the moments before a man with all his human gifts and foibles ascends into a mythic figure. Streaming through May 16th, production by American History Theatre, The Roustabouts Theatre Co, and Teenage Youth Performing Arts Theatre Company (TYPA) this play looks at this monumental day in the past and yet still feels very present.
by Kevan Dunkelberg - Apr 27, 2021
Carpenter Square Theatre Drives Forward with ADA AND THE ENGINE
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 19, 2021
A few months later, with the world in the grips of the pandemic, their plans changed - CHVRCHES ended up separated by the Atlantic Ocean, Mayberry and Doherty self-isolating in Los Angeles, Cook in Glasgow.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 16, 2021
Written in North Wales and later completed at their homes in Utah, “Into The Blue” arrives self-assured and forthright, in a world still trying to regain its footing, stalked by the specters of manipulation, mis-information, and trepidation.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 16, 2021
PlayCo announces plans for Spring 2021, building on the company's multi-platform exploration of this moment, its engagement with artists who are illuminating the complexities of relationships sustained from a distance, and its introduction of new initiatives responding to the changes in our world.