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Wallack's Theatre

(New York, NY)
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by Gil Kaan - Jun 30, 2021
Loft Ensemble’s first live mainstage production since the lockdown of theatre CODE PINK will world premiere July 10, 2021. Co-written and co-directed by Adam Chambers and Jana Lee Hamblin, CODE PINK’s cast features:  Bahasi Chapman, Nicole Craig, Britt Crisp, Madylin Sweeten Durrie, Sydney Jenkins, Matt Monaco, Ignacio Navarro, Bree Pavey, Leesie Pinto, Natasha Ranae Potts, Sarah Siverson, Sarah Sommers and Vel Stacy. Adam, who is also Loft Ensemble’s co-artistic director, managed to find some time to answer a few of my queries amidst juggling Loft Ensemble responsibilities, daddy duties and band rehearsals.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 30, 2021
In a first for New York City, the Consulate General of France in New York, the French Institute Alliance Française (FIAF), and the Committee of French Speaking Societies (CAFUSA) will present a special Bastille Day Celebration in Central Park.
by TV News Desk - Jun 30, 2021
Alexa finds herself back in her home country for the first time in years, and can’t help herself when she is asked to look into a bizarre unsolved murder.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2021
Charles Slender-White and his dance company, FACT/SF will present Split, a series of 300 one-on-one performances this autumn in San Francisco. Each show will be 15 minutes and will be performed by a single dancer for an audience of 1. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 29, 2021
Signifying the return to live indoor performances, the much-anticipated Rites of Passage: 20/20 Vision - a large-scale collaborative art & performance project focusing specifically on the lives and visionary futures of Black, Indigenous, Immigrant, (cis and trans) Women of Color in America - is finally set to have its premiere after postponing its original 2020 opening due to the pandemic from August 13th through 17th for 10 performances at the Whitney Center for the Arts.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 29, 2021
The Rhode Island Philharmonic Music School's Summer 2021 Enrollment Period is underway for  lessons, classes, and ensembles open to students of all ages and ability levels.
by TV News Desk - Jul 9, 2021
Adele Lim makes her feature directorial debut on the project, which follows four Asian American women as they travel through Asia in search of one of their birth mothers.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
ABBA's hits tell the hilarious story of a young woman's search for her birth father. This sunny and funny tale unfolds on a Greek island paradise. On the eve of her wedding, a daughter's quest to discover the identity of her father brings three men from her mother's past back to the island they last visited 20 years ago.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 8, 2021
In tandem with “by myself,” and “please don’t waste my time” – which features Dirty Hit label mate No Rome – “birth by sleep” forms a trilogy tucked within boyband’s emotionally-charged project that magnifies how quickly dependency can send a blossoming relationship into a toxic and destructive spiral. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 8, 2021
Inspired by the late Randy Strawderman’s 1999 hit musical of the same name, Ella and Her Fella Frank invites you to a heavenly concert with Ella Fitzgerald and Frank Sinatra, played by Virginia Rep favorites Desirée Roots and Scott Wichmann.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 7, 2021
The award-winning singing actor is getting up on the stage with his band for the first time in a long time and he has a brand new show filled with music to dance to, all in the name of celebration.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 7, 2021
The plays are Mama Bushwick is Dead by Elizabeth Shannon (age 17, from Frederick, MD); The Waiting Room by Abigail Milne (age 16, from Palo Alto, CA); and Las Mujeres de Los Ángeles by Lourdes Castillo (age 19, from New Orleans, LA).
by TV News Desk - Jul 7, 2021
With the title being a reference to Virgil Abloh's acclaimed  streetwear brand 'Off-White', the two rappers flex their rockstar lifestyles, designer drip, and flashy jewelry as they rage to the raucous beat. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 7, 2021
Laden with sugary harmonies, reminiscent of Stevenson's power-pop driven 2015 effort Cocksure, the new track is an “instant indie classic” anti-anthem; a sour grapes song about unrequited love and the inevitability that it too will grow stale. 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2021
Another Kind of Dying, which was written for and with actor Aphiwe Livi, tells the story of Silumko, who moves from the rural Eastern Cape to Johannesburg after the death of his father. 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 6, 2021
The new Garden Theatre will open this Summer with a reconceived version of The Comedy of Errors, one of Shakespeare’s earliest and arguably funniest plays, running from 13 July – 26 September. The production, directed by Phillip Breen, was due to be part of the RSC’s 2020 season, but was postponed owing to the COVID-19 pandemic. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 6, 2021
The closing track—the aptly titled “This Is a Song”—seems to strip things back to the very root of Pedinotti’s process and creative impetus.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 6, 2021
Now that COVID restrictions have been lifted for theatres, 5-STAR THEATRICALS is announcing its 2021-2022 season of shows!  All of 5-Star’s productions are locally produced, auditioned and rehearsed in Southern California, and performed exclusively at the Kavli Theater at the Thousand Oaks Civic Arts Plaza.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 6, 2021
Find out what critics are saying about the musical drama, which is about a stand-up comedian with a fierce sense of humor who falls in love with Ann, a world-renowned opera singer.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 6, 2021
“The Coronation and Crowning of Eleanor of Aquitaine” -- the third monologue by Stuart Bousel in a quartet about the period of English history known as The Anarchy -- features Katherine Park as the Duchess Eleanor a year before her eventual crowning as Queen Consort of England.. 'Eleanor of Aquitaine' is a meditation on how we learn to weather the unpredictable nature of our impossible to control world.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 5, 2021
Justice? Or...Just Me? The Bite by Lorinda Hawkins Smith, a world premiere production based on the Justice? Or...Just Me? book series will be at the Hudson Guild Theatre in August (next month). The solo play is written, produced and performed by Lorinda Hawkins Smith with direction by Patricia Bean-Kane.
by Team BWW - Jul 4, 2021
Happy 245th birthday, America! On July 4, 1776, the thirteen colonies officially declared independence from Great Britain, forming a brand new nation, which today celebrates over two centuries of freedom and democracy. In that time, our country has been through war and peace, prosperity and poverty, stagnation and progress. On this most special of days to be an American, we're giving you a crash course on the story of our nation, the only way we know how... through musical theatre!
by Team BWW - Jul 4, 2021
There is no better time than summer to relax by the pool and curl up with a great book, and you're in luck, because this year, Broadway's best have put pen to paper to turn out theatre page-turners of every kind. From theatre biographies to theatre fiction; theatre books for kids to theatre history; check out our collection of 30 new Broadway books for every theatre lover's summer reading!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 25, 2021
Leo Sowerby: The Paul Whiteman Commissions & Other Early Works features Sowerby's Synconata and Symphony for Jazz Orchestra ('Monotony') with British-born, Chicago-based trombonist, composer, and conductor Andrew Baker leading the Andy Baker Orchestra, an ensemble of professional musical theater and classical instrumentalists recruited specifically for the project.
by Ricky Pope - Jul 24, 2021
Monologist Joe Gulla has a gift with words and sharing stories, as he showed an appreciative 54 Below audience last night.
by TV News Desk - Jul 23, 2021
The Fellowship centers artists in its curriculum, with a goal of supporting each fellow as they continue their respective artistic and professional development as filmmakers and storytellers.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 23, 2021
The class of 2021 has arrived: Sundance Institute and Adobe announced this year's Sundance Ignite x Adobe Fellows today, chosen from a global pool of more than 1650 applicants from ages 18-25. Hailing from a broad geography, and rooted in a diverse array of creative disciplines from documentary to fiction, these 10 emerging artists selected will engage with a year of mentorship and support from Sundance Institute and Sundance Ignite founding partner Adobe.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 23, 2021
The singer-songwriter with the voice of gold debuts her first solo show in New York twice in one weekend, starting tonight... and she has a lot to say with the music she has chosen to introduce herself to the city. And it's all beautiful.
by Alan Henry - Jul 22, 2021
Film director Gus Van Sant ventures into his first creation for the stage, a musical theater show inspired by Andy Warhol and his overwhelming talent for elevating images into icons, all while achieving worldwide celebrity status as persona and artist.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 22, 2021
1st Stage has announced its 2021-2022 season. The season will begin with a reimagined and expanded Logan Festival of Solo Performance. This engaging outdoor festival of incredible solo shows will be a collaboration between 1st Stage and the new mixed-use development The Boro located just blocks from 1st Stage.
by Roy Berko - Jul 21, 2021
The 2021 BorderLight International Theatre + Fringe Festival announces the lineup for the 2021 BorderLight VIRTUAL Fringe Festival, which includes 33 distinct live streamed and on-demand virtual works, interactive and genre-bending online experiences, as well as self-guided audio adventures.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 21, 2021
The lineup includes a re-opening concert PUTTIN' ON THE RITZ, the return of the Latté Da original docu-musical ALL IS CALM: THE CHRISTMAS TRUCE OF 1914, the return of Peter Rothstein’s award-winning staging of Puccini's beloved opera LA BOHÈME, the area premiere of JELLY’S LAST JAM, the world premiere musical adaptation of TWELVE ANGRY MEN, and the company’s annual NEXT FESTIVAL.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 21, 2021
Becca Kidwell's Show Of Dares is one of the most imaginative and creative ideas for a cabaret show, pushing her to new heights in her artistry, and proving that which her friends and mentors already know: in the cabaret rooms of New York City, Becca has found an artistic home.
by TV News Desk - Jul 21, 2021
Heavenly will celebrate the release of the acoustic version of “EXIT” at 9:00pm PT today with a special Twitch livestreamed release party which Twitch will be promoting on their front page.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 19, 2021
With lead actors James Kupa and Wesley Dowdell alternating between the roles of the scientist and his creation, this international hit explores the eternal themes of humanity, good vs evil and what happens when we blur the line between life and death.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 18, 2021
The Book That Won't Close: Confessions of a Love Addict will be performed in front of live audiences at Broadwater Black Box. It will also be livestreamed, so there will be that option for online audiences as well.
by Ricky Pope - Jul 18, 2021
Ari Grooves' show is a trip back in time to connect with ancestors, both hers personally and the collective ancestors. She paints a picture of a planet full of wanderers, staring at the sky and asking the same eternal questions. She does it through a combination of slam poetry, hip-hop, soul, gospel, dance, video, scenes, pantomime, and imagery. It is more than cabaret or theatre. It is performance art that encompasses the entire humanity of planet Earth. That’s a lot to take in. The premiere of this show was timed to coordinate with the release of her first album, also called MESSAGE FROM A WANDERER.
by Gil Kaan - Jul 15, 2021
Brian Justin Crum, a former finalist on America’s Got Talent: The Champions, brings his cabaret revue REVERIE live to the once-again opened Bourbon Room July 16th and 17th. Had the chance to ask Brian about REVERIE and some of his career highlights.
by Rosanne DellAversano - Jul 15, 2021
Like a family reunion, The Whitney Project - A Celebration of Black Joy brings together songs and stories, old and new, for a moment in time like no other.
by Alan Portner - Jul 15, 2021
Now running on the stage of the White Theatre at the Jewish Community Center’s Overland Park campus is a very credible production of 1977’s “Annie.” It is the first new, full, live, Broadway Style indoor production to tread the boards of this very nice auditorium in sixteen months.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 15, 2021
Charles Slender-White and his dance company, FACT/SF will present Split, a series of 300 one-on-one performances this autumn in San Francisco. Each show will be 15 minutes and will be performed by a single dancer for an audience of 1. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 15, 2021
The Museum of Wild and Newfangled Art is currently designing an artificial intelligence curator for their final show of the year 'This Show is Curated by a Machine ' which directly answers the Whitney Museum of American Art's curatorial question, 'The Next Biennial Should Be Curated by a Machine.'
by Gil Kaan - Jul 14, 2021
Kritzerland will resume its LIVE presentations at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s with KRITZERLAND’s 114th July 28, 2021. Bruce Kimmel, the mastermind behind (and front center) of Kritzerland made some time available between his creative multi-taskings to talk about Kritzerland and his various other accomplishments.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2021
Playwrights Horizons today announced its 2021-22 season. The influential Off-Broadway institution returns to in-person performance after 18 months in which, under new artistic leadership, it has marked its 50th anniversary and reflected deeply on the role the theater should play in the life of its city, its country, and the world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2021
Mike Birbiglia is coming to Paramount Theatre in Denver on Thursday, December 2nd and Friday, December 3rd. Due to popular demand a third show has been added on Friday, December 3rd at 9:30pm. Tickets are $29.50 & $39.50 plus applicable fees and go on sale Friday, July 16th at 10:00am.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 14, 2021
Ahead of the university exhibition opening late August, the artist will hold an upcoming preview exhibition, an artist-led talk and private tour on Saturday July 24 at Urevbu Contemporary.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Jul 12, 2021
With a lovely intro by Janet Roston, the Director, Choreographer and Artistic Director of Mixed eMotions Theatrix, standing outside on a beautiful California sunny day atop the Glendale Library and Arts Center grounds in Glendale, we are given a verbal road map about what we are about to see. The setting alone makes me want to take the trip already. Such a beautiful location to watch dancers experience the freeing and exhilarating feeling of dancing or flying through the air with the freedom of no walls, barriers or roadblocks in and around natural surroundings with beautiful architecture and sculptured landscaping to form patterns around.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 12, 2021
San Francisco Playhouse announced today the six plays that will comprise its 2021/22 Season. In announcing their first full in-person season since the COVID-19 pandemic shut down production in March 2020, the company reasserted its commitment to producing bold, challenging, and uplifting plays and musicals for the Bay Area community.
by Student Blogger: Dan Eggers - Jul 1, 2021
What are you willing to sacrifice for happiness? For me, it was my voice. As a performer, my voice was one of the biggest obstacles in my coming out.
by TV News Desk - Jul 1, 2021
The team have worked across London, Berlin and Barcelona whilst at the well-known Unleash London label and they now they plan on bringing heavy-weight headliners to some of the capitals most fabled clubs.