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Bones - 1979 - Off-Off-Broadway


Theatre of the Riverside Church

(New York, NY)
120th Street & Riverside Drive
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Sep 9, 2021
Feinstein's/54 Below and BroadwayWorld Events announced today a new addition to the fall lineup of their streaming series: Bonnie Milligan and Natalie Walker. The dynamic duo's show, Celebrating Fifty Years of Friendship, will stream on BroadwayWorld Events on October 11 at 7pm ET. Tickets for the stream are $15.
by Michael Major - Sep 8, 2021
The live performance of “Come From Away' was filmed at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre this past May in New York City, where the Broadway production is staged, for an audience that included 9/11 survivors and front-line workers; and, employed over 200 people including members of the Broadway crew, staff and creative teams.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 8, 2021
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, will begin its fall 2021 Season with a return to evening performances in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater this September and October at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 7, 2021
Multi-awarded cabaret singer Jeff Harnar will make his Feinstein’s at Vitello’s debut with his cabaret act I KNOW THINGS NOW: JEFF HARNAR SINGS SONDHEIM September 30, 2021. With a lengthy resume as an opening act. Jeff has played some of the biggest venues, including Carnegie Hall, all over the world. Had the chance to find out what THINGS Jeff KNOWS NOW.
by Andrea Stephenson - Sep 5, 2021
While the show tackles the very serious topics of mental health, depression, and suicide, it is a show filled with humor, joy, and hope. Every Brilliant Thing at Open Stage is an engaging, emotional, and beautiful piece presented with authenticity and candor. For information on this production and others, visit
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 3, 2021
Next month, FEINSTEIN’S/54 BELOW, Broadway’s Supper Club & Private Event Destination, will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Ricky Pope - Sep 3, 2021
Tonight, in their debut show at Don’t Tell Mama, Quentin Harris and Bryce Edwards added their own names to the list of performing teams who use opposition to their advantage. They bill themselves simply as MR. HARRIS AND MR. EDWARDS. If this sounds like a throwback to vaudeville days, it’s not entirely an accident. Harris and Edwards owe much to those old-time show business acts and most of their musical material is drawn from the Great American Songbook and from jazz standards. Quentin Harris knows a great deal about jazz and plays piano in the style of Oscar Peterson and many of the other jazz greats. Bryce Harris is a charmingly off-kilter one-man band, who plays ukulele, banjo, and the world’s most cumbersome looking kazoo. His style is bombastic and more than a little Jolson-esque. Both men are young, still in school, in fact, and so their show is a little rough around the edges as they find their footing. But they have the bones of a really interesting and unique act.
by Michael Major - Sep 16, 2021
The reboot will be a gender-swapped take on the show, called 'Drop Dead Dave'. The series will be written by Josh Berman from 'CSI: Crime Scene Investigation' and 'Bones'.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 16, 2021
The Metropolitan Opera announced today that Anthony Davis's X: The Life and Times of Malcolm X will have its company premiere on November 3, 2023, making it the second opera by a Black composer in Met history, after Terence Blanchard's Fire Shut Up in My Bones. Playwright and director Robert O'Hara, who received a Tony Award nomination for his direction of Slave Play in 2020, creates the new production, which stars baritone Will Liverman in the title role.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 16, 2021
Capital One City Parks Foundation SummerStage is thrilled to announce two new free partner performances this month. On Monday, September 27, a free premiere of the Metropolitan Opera’s opening night, Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones, will be streamed live in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021
The recital spotlights the works of Black composers and writers, in addition to works from the traditional classical music canon including three Strauss pieces, Wie sollten wir geheim sie halten, Traum durch die Dämmerung, and Zueignung; the song cycle Don Quichotte à Dulcinée by Ravel.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 15, 2021
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, begins its fall 2021 Season with a return to evening performances in the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Peter B. Lewis Theater this September and October at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, 1071 Fifth Avenue, New York, NY 10128.
by Michael Major - Sep 15, 2021
The story follows hospital psychiatrist Dr. Suzanne Mathis when she shelters a mysterious cult escapee. Her world is turned upside down as the strange girl’s arrival threatens to tear her own family apart.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
The Metropolitan Opera announced today that it will present a free, live simulcast of the Opening Night performance of Terence Blanchard’s Fire Shut Up in My Bones—the first opera by a Black composer ever performed by the Met—on Monday, September 27 at 6:30pm ET in Harlem’s Marcus Garvey Park.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
Soho Rep. today announced a robust 2021-22 season with which it will reopen its home at 46 Walker Street. The company welcomes full-capacity in-person audiences back for the first time since late 2019 with the presentation of works-in-progress from the Writer/Director Lab, a signature program of the theater for over two decades.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 12, 2021
In our new series, 'Where Are They Now?' we're taking a look back at some of our favorite original Broadway casts, and catching up with their careers! Next up, the original cast of Hairspray!
by Stephi Wild - Sep 10, 2021
The Warner Theatre has announced the 2021-22 season of The Met: Live in HD, featuring ten Saturday matinee simulcasts in the Nancy Marine Studio Theatre streaming live from The Metropolitan Opera House in New York City.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 1, 2021
Grand opera returns to the big screen with the 2021–22 season of Live in HD transmissions. The exciting lineup features ten stunning productions, including four Met premieres, all featuring opera's greatest stars.
by Michael Major - Sep 1, 2021
Programming will include performances from Trisha Yearwood, Billy Ray Cyrus, Brad Paisley, Little Big Town, and more. The day will also include inspiring and heartfelt storytelling from veterans, their families and friends.
by Michael Major - Sep 1, 2021
The new album will include collaborations with Miley Cyrus, Lil Was X, Stevie Wonder, Dua Lipa, Nicki Minaj, & more. The album includes several re-imagined covers, as well as 10 brand-new songs.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 6, 2021
The world's leading performing arts festival features a diverse programme of over 170 performances in Scotland's capital city, spanning classical and contemporary music, theatre, opera, dance and spoken word. In a first for the International Festival, a digital programme delivers 18 free full-length performances to audiences around the world.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 6, 2021
Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board is has announced the full roster of events for their first ever Arts Montco Week. The festivities will highlight Montgomery County, Pennsylvania's over 200 arts and culture venues, which normally represent $100 million in positive economic impact, not to mention hundreds, if not thousands, of jobs. The county, which has hosted such prestigious international entertainment organizations like Cirque du Soleil, Big Apple Circus, and the Philadelphia Orchestra, will roll out the red carpet to visitors for Arts Montco Week, September 17-26, 2021.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 5, 2021
Continuing to infuse a swirling breath of fresh air into today's pop-jazz scene, multi-talented Schomberg, ON-based artist Cynthia Tauro is 'Right Here' with the release of her new single and video - available now.
by David Bravos - Aug 4, 2021
In 2001 Sally Richardson founded Steamworks Arts. Their first wort was a hit, enjoying two runs in Perth before being invited to Sydney, as well as being recorded for ABC Radio Drama. Steamworks are returning to SAVAGE GRACE with the same cast and crew to celebrate and reflect upon how the company, the people, and the world have changed since.
by TV News Desk - Aug 4, 2021
Their groovy riffs and crashing percussions draw influences from Wipers, Dead Moon, Health and Godflesh, the beguiling vocal melodies are dressed with Depeche Mode and Primal Scream undertones.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Playwrights Horizons will welcome audiences back into its building with What to Send Up When It Goes Down, written by Aleshea Harris (Is God Is), directed by Whitney White (Our Dear Dead Drug Lord, The Amen Corner) and co-produced with the Brooklyn Academy of Music (BAM), in association with The Movement Theatre Company.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 3, 2021
Whethan will come to Boulder Theater on October 31, 2021.
by Team BWW - Aug 29, 2021
Legendary actor, activist and philanthropist Ed Asner passed away peacefully on Sunday morning, surrounded by family at 91.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 27, 2021
Created and developed throughout lockdown, Written on the Waves champions new writers and unheard voices, releasing six world premières from emerging and established artists and pushing the boundaries of the audio form.
by Kevin Shaw - Aug 27, 2021
After a 17-month pandemic-induced hiatus, Playhouse on the Square has finally opened its doors again to an in-person audience with its season premiere of DAYS OF RAGE (now through September 19th). But just when we thought it was safe to congregate again, Shelby County is now wrestling with the ongoing challenges of the latest COVID Delta Variant and theatres across the Mid-South find themselves scrambling to figure out how to present much-needed live theatre without killing anyone. For now, Playhouse seems content to socially distance the audience, while still allowing the actors to perform without masks or shields. Memphis theatres may have thought they were at the end of this nightmare, but, in many ways, it feels like they are right back at the beginning.
by Michael Major - Aug 27, 2021
Guest judges for this season include Billy Porter, Taraji P. Henson, and Andy Cohen. The 16 competing designers will go head-to-head for the grand prize of $250,000.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2021
TheatreWorks Silicon Valley will resume in-person performances when it launches its previously announced 51st season, featuring eight plays and musicals presented October 2021 through August 2022, kicking off with the new indie folk-rock musical Lizard Boy.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 26, 2021
Opening on September 8 at The REV Theatre Company is a special musical tribute – Almost Heaven, the Songs of John Denver. The show runs through September 29 at the historic Merry-Go-Round Playhouse in Emerson Park.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 26, 2021
Valley Forge Tourism & Convention Board has announced additional venues, attractions, and events for their first ever Arts Montco Week. These additional features will join the previously announced series of festivities that will highlight Montgomery County.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 25, 2021
GableStage celebrates International Dog Day by organizing a “Dog Bone Giveaway.” The event will take place on Thursday, August 26, outside the theatre, located at the historic Biltmore Hotel in Coral Gables, from 7:30 to 10:30 a.m.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 24, 2021
Dawn Walton OBE directs Francesca Amewudah-Rivers (Ismene), Liz Crowther (Tiresias), Wendy Kweh (Creon), Joseph Payne (Haemon) and Adeola Yemitan in her professional stage debut as Antigone.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 24, 2021
A new collective bargaining agreement between the Metropolitan Opera and its orchestra, the last of the Met’s three largest unions to reach an agreement, was ratified today. To commemorate the occasion, the Met has announced two free, pre-season performances of Mahler’s Symphony No. 2, “Resurrection,” to take place in Damrosch Park on 9/4 and 9/5.
by Michael Major - Aug 24, 2021
Attack of the Hollywood Clichés! is a one-off special featuring some of the most famous films in cinematic history along with a plethora of Hollywood A-Listers, Screenwriters, Academics and Critics as they guide us through the funny, weird and controversial clichés which appear on our cinema screens.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 23, 2021
The pandemic has not halted Opera Memphis’s forward momentum as the company continues to expand its reach in the community with the addition and promotion of two impressive women of color.
by Roger Catlin - Aug 2, 2021
Inspired in part by August Wilson's 10-play depiction of Pittsburgh life, Dominique Morisseau embarked on a similar ambition reflecting the Motor City in her 'Detroit Project.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 2, 2021
The long wait is almost over! Live, in-person grand opera is just weeks away. Single tickets go on sale tomorrow, August 3, at 10:00 a.m., for Lyric Opera of Chicago's exciting new season, opening on Friday, September 17, with a brand-new production of Verdi's Macbeth.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 19, 2021
The Metropolitan Opera's Live in HD presentations return to Gettysburg College's Majestic Theater for the 2021-2022 season. The live presentations kick off Saturday, October 9 at 1 pm and include 10 operas from the Met's 2021-2022 season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 16, 2021
Producers Nelle Nugent, Ron Simons and Kenneth Teaton announced today that Tony Award nominee Camille A. Brown will direct the upcoming production of Ntozake Shange’s for colored girls who have considered suicide/when the rainbow is enuf on Broadway in 2022. This will mark Brown’s directorial debut on Broadway.
by TV News Desk - Aug 16, 2021
Single “The Bones” dominated 2020, topping the Billboard Hot Country Songs chart for 19 consecutive weeks and becoming the first solo female multi-week #1 at country radio since 2012. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 12, 2021
HOUSE OF CONFUSION is Trace Mountains' third album and the rugged, earthier sibling to 2020's Lost in the Country.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 12, 2021
Joe's Pub will reopen this fall ushering in the best in live music and performance to New York City with tickets on sale today at 4pm ET - view full programming.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 12, 2021
Aurora Theatre Company kicks off its 30th season with Dael Orlandersmith's STOOP STORIES. Elizabeth Carter (Eureka Day, The Heir Apparent, Wittenberg, Trouble In Mind) directs Jeunée Simon (The Bluest Eye) in this poetic one-hander comprised of stories drawn from Orlandersmith's personal life and limitless imagination.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 11, 2021
After the single release last month, “Bones” has been featured on Spotify’s The New Alt and New Noise playlists, as well as Apple Music’s New In Rock.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 10, 2021
Anything Is Possible If You Think About It Hard Enough, written by Cordelia O’Neill and directed by Kate Budgen, opens at Southwark Playhouse on 24 September with previews from 22 September and runs until 9 October.
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 1, 2021
Philadelphia’s largest restaurant announces a major expansion outside with the addition of the city’s only hybrid dog park and beer garden. Craft Hall announced the grand opening of “Unleashed Bark and Beer” and “Puppy Porch” on Friday, July 30th located at 901 N. Delaware Avenue.