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Blind Alleys - 1924 - Broadway

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Punch and Judy Theatre

(New York, NY)
155 W. 49th St.
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by Caryn Robbins - Sep 4, 2014
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today NYFF Opening Acts, a ten-day series from September 15-25 celebrating the films of some of the directors who will be showcasing their bold new works at the upcoming 52nd New York Film Festival
by Alan Henry - Sep 24, 2018
Noted American playwright, screenwriter, and librettist David Henry Hwang who wrote the 1988 Tony Award for Best Play 'M. BUTTERFLY' (which is currently playing at Maybank Performing Arts Theater until September 30) is coming to Manila to conduct a strictly by invitation only 'Master Class' on September 28 - 3 pm.
by Rona Kelly - Oct 10, 2018
Having played Sir Toby Belch in the National Theatre's Twelfth Night last year, Tim McMullan returns to the Olivier for another Shakespeare play: Antony and Cleopatra. Taking on the role of Enobarbus, he shares the challenges and rewards of playing this character in this particular space and time.
by Perry Tannenbaum - May 23, 2018
Hamstrung by a libretto that sidesteps Martin Luther King's 'I Have a Dream' and 'Mountaintop' speeches, Douglas Tappin's I DREAM sustains audience enthusiasm with a powerhouse Opera Carolina cast.
by Alexandra Coghlan - May 17, 2019
God it's good to have the Linbury back. The reopening of the Royal Opera House's second, smaller space last December after a lengthy redesign brought with it all kinds of possibilities. Repertoire excised from schedules or exiled (with mixed success) to partner venues could finally return, with whole swathes of contemporary and period repertoire suddenly back in the house. Since then we've seen a thoughtful world premiere (Gavin Higgins' The Monstrous Child), a quite brilliant bit of Handel (Berenice) and now a new staging of Henze's late chamber opera Phaedra.
by Nancy Grossman - Jul 26, 2011
World premiere of Richard Vetere's play at Gloucester Stage is chock full of buried secrets, red herrings, and blind alleys.
by Tyler Peterson - Jul 2, 2013
The Smith Center is proud to bring such a celebrated and eclectic lineup to Las Vegas during the month of September. Tickets for the September shows go on sale July 19 at The Smith Center Box Office, located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue, by phone at 702-749-2000 or 808-326-6868 (TTY) and online at www.TheSmithCenter.com. For preferred seating and special rates for groups of 10 or more, contact 702-749-2348.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 19, 2013
The Smith Center is proud to bring such a celebrated and eclectic lineup to Las Vegas during the month of September. Tickets for the September shows go on sale today, July 19 at The Smith Center Box Office, located at 361 Symphony Park Avenue.
by Christina Mancuso - Jan 6, 2016
In 'About Learning' (published by Xlibris) the author Louis Everstine presents a totally new theory of human learning, a theory that follows three basic principles: Promising, Demonstrating and Commanding.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 16, 2010
The Nature Theater of Oklahoma' Romeo & Juliet make its New York premiere on December 17 at The Kitchen. Just of an international tour earlier in 2009, Romeo and Juliet will play a limited engagement at The Kitchen through January 16, 2010.
by Bobby Patrick - Feb 7, 2020
In a?oeClaywoman,a?? the in-character improviser Michael Cavadias portrays a 500 million-year-old extraterrestrial in love with planet earth, who says she'll keep on coming as long as there is an earth to visit. Interviewed by celebrity guests who ask about where she is from and why she has been visiting earth for so long, a?oeClaywomana?? is satire-improv presented by Kevin Malony's TWEED Theaterworks.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2018
Available February 15, 2017 from Rowman & Littlefield Publishing: Bill Kopp's new book Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to the Dark Side of the Moon.
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 18, 2017
Available February 15, 2017 from Rowman & Littlefield Publishing: Bill Kopp's new book Reinventing Pink Floyd: From Syd Barrett to the Dark Side of the Moon.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2009
The Nature Theater of Oklahoma' Romeo & Juliet make its New York premiere on December 17 at The Kitchen. Just of an international tour earlier in 2009, Romeo and Juliet will play a limited engagement at The Kitchen through January 16, 2010.
by Jessica Lewis - Dec 1, 2009
The Nature Theater of Oklahoma' Romeo & Juliet make its New York premiere on December 17 at The Kitchen. Just of an international tour earlier in 2009, Romeo and Juliet will play a limited engagement at The Kitchen through January 16, 2010.
by Devin MacDonald - Aug 6, 2013
The hallmark of downtown Las Vegas' 61-acre urban development known as Symphony Park, The Smith Center for the Performing Arts is a public-private partnership that opened in March 2012. Heralded as the city's Heart of the Arts, The Smith Center is an architectural triumph and long-awaited cultural achievement that educates and entertains the citizens of Southern Nevada.
by Marianka Swain - Apr 26, 2018
The original version of Rodney Ackland's provocative work, The Pink Room, had a bruising reception back in 1952, losing thousands for investor Terence Rattigan amidst furious reviews. Since salvaged by the Orange Tree in the Eighties, its rebirth was cemented by a Judi Dench-starring production at the National, where it now returns for an intriguing if not entirely convincing encore.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 10, 2017
It's "the greatest thing since sliced Caesar!" Tim Mooney cuts away two hours of asides, diversions and blind alleys, stripping away just the right number of extraneous "trees" to reveal the essential "forest" of Shakespeare's great historical tragedy, in the one-man one-hour romp, "Breakneck Julius Caesar" coming to the Tampa Fringe Festival, May 12-14.