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Henry Miller's Theatre

(New York, NY)
124 West 43rd St.
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by Anne Marie Scalies - Sep 5, 2018
When Tony Braithwaite set out to direct Biloxi Blues at Act II Playhouse, he had no idea what a tribute it would become. Legendary playwright, Neil Simon, passed away a week before opening. Something Braithwaite feared as Simon was upping in age, but with the days leading up to production and the Opening Night reception, he did this Bard justice. As did this impeccable cast and production team.
by Tim Wright - Sep 27, 2017
Amy Ross has just been announced as Elphaba in the upcoming UK & Ireland tour of Wicked. We spoke to her at the press launch in Bristol, where the tour kicks off in January.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 26, 2019
Magic Mike Live Las Vegas, which recently celebrated its 1,000th performance, will complete its celebrated introductory run at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino on Nov. 24, 2019, and re-open at SAHARA Las Vegas in Spring of 2020.
by Jeanmarie Simpson - Oct 9, 2017
Depend on Me is feels like a sitcom filmed before a live audience, until just before intermission, when it takes a turn and feels like late M*A*S*H, when they dropped the laugh track and things got dark. There's a surprise ending and much entertainment in the two-act play.
by Heidi Scheuermann - Oct 3, 2017
Friday night marked opening night of The NOLA Project's first musical in years. What did they choose? URINETOWN, THE MUSICAL of course. What else would/could a cutting edge theatre company who is known for occasionally pushing the envelope invite its audience members to experience other than a perfectly dystopian and a hilariously dark musical about a town whose residents must pay to pee? Yes, you heard that right. Pay. To. Pee.
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - Oct 27, 2020
I know there are many people trying to find work, hoping their businesses don’t die and praying for relief from the current struggle and I truly sympathize with all the people doing all they can to keep their livelihood alive. 
by Caryn Robbins - Oct 24, 2017
Gearing up for the release of its first full length album in over seven years, (they released a tour-only EP last year) seminal electronic band MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO (MBM) is ready for the release of IMPOSSIBLE STAR on January 19, 2018 via Flexidisc distributed by Virtual Label. The album will be available for preorder through iTunes
by Mark C. Lloyd - Oct 16, 2019
TF: Honestly, after a rough divorce, and the prospect of not seeing my children on a daily basis, I was in pretty rough shape, mentally. I saw and answered an ad for a Christian theater group's production of 'It's a Wonderful Life' simply to have something to do (Little did they know what they were unleashing on the world). Immediately the bug that is theater bit me. I had a home and purpose once again. . This community of ours is unlike any I've ever experienced. We are truly a family in every sense of the word. It has saved my life countless times.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 15, 2020
Earlier today, Tony winner James Monroe Iglehart announced the nominees for the 2020 Tony Awards and BroadwayWorld will be bringing you their reactions all day. Be sure to check back later for updates
by Cary Ginell - Nov 8, 2019
'Bandstand' is a show that fell through the cracks, never sustaining the kind of buzz it deserved on Broadway. But a national tour is different from the Great White Way, and the producers of 'Bandstand,' which won a Tony Award two years ago for Best Choreography, is playing to ecstatic audiences in America's heartland. Its story of a group of musicians who return from World War II to form a band, is one of poignancy and real-life struggle. Trumpet player Scott Bell, who is making his debut performance as an actor, talks about getting used to his new acting muscles as well as sharing his stellar musicianship with audiences across the country.
by Benjamin Tomchik - Nov 4, 2019
When thinking of the great composers and playwrights whose works have graced Arena Stage, these are the names that come to mind. So when Disney's Newsies was announced for this season, it is understandable why some were shaking their head quizzically.
by Julie Musbach - Nov 27, 2018
Forty years on Berwick Kaler still reigns supreme as York Theatre Royal's Dame and celebrates with an original pantomime called, appropriately enough, The Grand Old Dame of York from 13 December 2018 to 2 February 2019.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 19, 2020
Don’t touch the merchandise! A new, “gaytastic” comic solo play, written and performed by self-confessed rage-aholic Tom DeTrinis, will be filmed live at L.A.’s Pico Playhouse for digital release by IAMA Theatre Company. Directed by Drew Droege, Making Friends will be available for viewing beginning Dec. 17 and continue streaming through Jan. 11, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2020
Don't touch the merchandise! A new, 'gaytastic' comic solo play, written and performed by self-confessed rage-aholic Tom DeTrinis, will be filmed live at L.A.'s Pico Playhouse for digital release by IAMA Theatre Company. Making Friends will be available for viewing beginning Dec. 17 and continue streaming through Jan. 11, 2021.
by Linnae Medeiros - Nov 19, 2019
December 7th is going to be far from a typical Bikini Bottom day because The Spongebob Musical: Live On Stage! is coming to Nickelodeon! To celebrate and prepare you for the best day ever, we're looking back at some of the show's standout moments during its journey, from its out-of-town tryout in Chicago, to Broadway and beyond! Check it all out with the videos!
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - Nov 14, 2020
Ever since we got sent home and started online learning, it has been nothing but work for seven months, with the occasional five-day break given to us before the next term or semester began. Thank goodness it is November because come December, I will be off until March and I cannot wait.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 10, 2020
Netflix has renewed The Umbrella Academy for a third season. 
by Lauren Gienow - May 6, 2017
Thursday night's episode of GREY'S ANATOMY, written by Elizabeth R. Finch and directed by Zetna Fuentes, offered viewers a tale of two tumors—two very different patient cases in which the doctors want to try to remove a tumor but the patient (or patient's parents) do not want them to…for very different reasons. As the medical cases play out, we also get an update on the Arizona/Eliza romance, and the Meredith/Riggs romance (and Maggie's stance on it). We also see Edwards finally reach her boiling point with the existential crisis she has quietly having all season. Oh, and I'm pretty sure Alex is tracking down Jo's estranged, abusive husband…so that should be interesting.
by BroadwayWorld TV - May 27, 2021
Tomorrow, May 28, RED CARD RECORDS releases a new album, Monotony, from J. BRECKENRIDGE, the singer/songwriter and recording artist persona of noted stage and screen performer Josh Breckenridge.
by Sally Henry - May 18, 2018
"Everything is for the best in this best of all possible worlds," the title character parrots incessantly on his quest around the world. Bless his optimistic heart.
by Erica Miner - Mar 6, 2017
Dohnanyi shares details about his astonishing musical background and training, and his thoughts about Czech opera
by Stephi Wild - Mar 29, 2020
Britney Spears took to Instagram to celebrate the 20th anniversary of her song 'Oops!...I Did It Again' with a flashback photo!
by Zoe Burke - Mar 22, 2019
If a singer/actor/dancer is considered a triple threat, New Mexico transplant David Carter is more like a quintuple threat. In addition to being the technical director at the Santa Fe Playhouse and a huge advocate for making the arts (in particular, performing arts) accessible for all, he translated, served as a dramaturg for, and is currently performing in The Oasis Theatre Company's production of Moliere's The Miser. I was able to pick his brain about his theatrical experience, his translation process, and some other artistic endeavors he currently has in the works.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 28, 2017
On last night's LATE SHOW, 'But Seriously' author John McEnroe reflected on his latest controversial opinion that Serena Williams would lose to the No. 700 men's tennis player.
by Roundabout Theatre Company - Jun 27, 2018
On June 16, 2018, Joshua Harmon spoke about Skintight with education dramaturg Ted Sod as part of Roundabout Theatre Company's lecture series.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 8, 2020
On October 1, 1989 seven extraordinary humans were born. On July 31, 2020, they return. Netflix has shared the trailer for season two of The Umbrella Academy! 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 7, 2018
The 24th season of the Adirondack Theatre Festival will feature the nostalgia-filled dramatic comedy The Jedi Handbook. The show will open at the Charles R. Wood Theater, located at 207 Glen Street in downtown Glens Falls, and run from July 21st-27th, with a preview on July 20th. Performances will start at 7:30pm and will include a matinee on Wednesday, July 25th. Tickets range from $34-$45 and can be purchased at the Wood Theater Box Office, online at ATFestival.org, or by calling (518) 480-4878.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 31, 2020
To all theater people out there who have suddenly found themselves spending endless amounts of time scrolling through TikTok... you are not alone! If you are a fellow theater nerd looking for the most amusing theater-related TikToks, look no further! We're rounding up our top ten favorite theater TikToks from this week!
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 24, 2017
BWW speaks to Initiative Productions about bringing A Drinking Game! to the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by Richard Ridge - Jul 15, 2019
Haley Swindal, the latest Mama Morton in Broadway's longest running American musical 'Chicago' is returning to Feinstein's 54 Below with her brand new show ' Sing Happy: The Songs of Liza Minnelli' on July 26th and Broadway World's own Richard Ridge caught up with Haley to chat about living in the musical world of the legendary Liza.
by Elliot Lanes - Jan 9, 2017
For theatre lovers in our area, we always look forward to what our theatre companies have in store for us in their upcoming seasons. We look to see if there are any trends that stand out to us as audience members. We also see growth in many companies with each new season of shows. Anyone that's been following DC theatre for a while will notice how things have changed in the last twenty or thirty years. One of the biggest examples of this would be the clean up and revitalization of 14th Street, which had direct implications for Studio Theatre and Source.
by Herbert Paine - Jan 7, 2018
HARVEY, Mary Chase's 1945 Pulitzer Prize winning comedy, is slated to hop into the Don Bluth Front Row Theatre in Scottsdale from January 12th through February 24th. In its multiple adaptations, most notably the 1950 film with Jimmy Stewart, the tale of Elwood P. Dowd and his imaginary pooka has always been a source of amusement and inspiration. In advance of the opening, Herb Paine sat down with Lee Cooley, who plays the role of Elwood, to get a rabbit's-eye view of the show and some perspective on the actor himself.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jan 30, 2019
We've all seen the dozens of articles and gripes on Twitter about 'audience etiquette' and comments on how somebody has behaved while in a theatre. But where do these audience members go to put across their side of the story? TripAdvisor.
by Matt Tamanini - Jan 28, 2018
Earlier this week, one of the theatre community's most beloved podcasts, 'The Hamilcast' celebrated two years of episodes. En route to becoming 'the official unofficial podcast of HAMILTON,' the show's creator, host, and producer Gillian Pensavalle has released more than 100 episodes, which include conversations with many of the show's performers and creators, in-depth discussions of the Ron Chernow biography that inspired the musical, and an epic, four-part October sit-down with creator Lin-Manuel Miranda, appropriately dubbed #Lintoberfest.
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Jan 27, 2020
Phyre Hawkins answers 6 questions and 6 quick hits before taking the Ordway stage as a Storyteller in this area premiere show.
by Student Blogger: Olivia Noel - Jan 19, 2021
The day I received an email that I needed to evacuate campus effective immediately, my stomach dropped.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2018
Gearing up for the release of its first full length album in over seven years, (they released a tour-only EP last year) seminal electronic band MEAT BEAT MANIFESTO (MBM) is ready for the release of IMPOSSIBLE STAR on January 19, 2018 via Flexidisc distributed by Virtual Label. The album will be available for preorder through iTunes
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 11, 2021
With the start of a new year, two producers of different art have chosen to turn their friendship and their mutual experience into a new venture all their own.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 10, 2018
Sony/ATV Signs Joe Walsh to Worldwide Deal
by Julie Musbach - Feb 8, 2018
Raven Theatre is pleased to announce TAKE FLIGHT SUMMER CAMP 2018, featuring five training sessions in theatre arts for kids ages 6 - 16. Great for novice students looking to learn the basics of performance or more advanced actors looking to hone their skills, Raven's team of professional teaching artists will help kids feel the confidence to contribute to the artistic process and the courage to try something new.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 20, 2018
Adirondack Theatre Festival (ATF) announces its 24th season - the fourth for Producing Artistic Director, Chad Rabinovitz.  Rabinovitz will again bring an entire season of major new works to ATF with a team of top-level professional artists, offering experiences that cannot be found anywhere else in the world - only in Glens Falls.  After a record-breaking season of sold-out performances last year, doubling attendance and subscribership in just the past three years, the 2018 season promises to be even larger.  In fact, the season will be one week longer than ever before in order to accommodate the large-scale productions.  Performances will run June 14 - August 9 at the Charles R. Wood Theater, 207 Glen Street, in Downtown Glens Falls, NY.
by Cary Ginell - Feb 1, 2019
In McCoy Rigby Entertainment's production of '1776,' director Glenn Casale utilizes a mixture of young and veteran performers. In the show, seasoned actors like James Barbour (Edward Rutledge) and Peter Van Norden (Benjamin Franklin) co-star with young newcomers like Jordan Schneider (Lyman Hall) and Nick McKenna (A Courier). We spoke with Schneider and Nick Santa Maria (John Hancock) in this enlightening interview about auditions, reacting, and listening as an actor.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 15, 2020
Don’t touch the merchandise! A new, “gaytastic” comic solo play, written and performed by self-confessed rage-aholic Tom DeTrinis, will be filmed live at L.A.’s Pico Playhouse for digital release by IAMA Theatre Company. Directed by Drew Droege, Making Friends will be available for viewing beginning Dec. 17 and continue streaming through Jan. 11, 2021.
by Cary Ginell - Dec 12, 2017
A talk with the actors who portray the Klingon equivalents of Scrooge and the Ghost of Christmas Present in Lit Live's West Coast premiere of 'A Klingon Christmas Carol,' playing at Santa Susana High School in Simi Valley beginning December 14.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Aug 17, 2020
Courtney Reed shares with us her favorite tunes of quarantine!
by Ben Rimalower - Apr 5, 2019
Oh my god, I have literally nothing to say about Les Miz. Well, maybe not nothing... not literally! It's not gonna be hard to throw these out, I'll tell you that much. I have so many freaking Les Miz CDs and they all take up so much space at two--even three--discs a pop. The only one I ever really listened to in its entirety more than a couple of times was the Original London cast anyway.
by Don Grigware - Apr 5, 2017
Writer/Director/Producer Gordon Bre4ssack is a veteran of the NY Off-Off Broadway scene as a member of The Playhouse of the Ridiculous. He toured Europe three times with that group and was with them in 1971 when they were all arrested for obscenity in Brussels. He came to Los Angeles in 1983 and was soon hired at Hanna-Barbera writing such shows as 'Scooby- Doo' and 'The Smurfs'. He went on to Warner Bros. Animation and won three Emmys for his work on 'Animaniacs' and 'Pinky & the Brain.' His two previous plays in LA, 'Fuggedaboudit' and 'Missing Dick' were audience and critical favorites. by Steve Peterson
by Jeanmarie Simpson - Apr 26, 2017
Interrupting Vanessa is a very sweet compact play; it is slow, compassionate, and very concise. It does not pander to its audience, and is not superfluous in its story telling. It is beautifully paced and allows for audiences of different ages to enjoy it. The message of holding on, and moving on, is gentle and very organic in its writing. Adults experience a very different play than the children do. It is such a joy to be part of telling this story.
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - Apr 19, 2021
Kim's Convenience is one of the greatest shows of all time. This show has heart, comedy and representation. Bet you didn't even know it was a stage play first. Why can't we have nice things? This show meant so much to so many. It represented Asian immigrants and just Asians in general. As a half Chinese child, I related a lot to Janet in particular. Janet dealt with a lot in the show and I related so much to her.