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Empire Theatre

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by BWW News Desk - Oct 25, 2013
The Rochester Community Players opens its 90th season with a production of Shakespeare's roiling political tragedy, Julius Caesar. The play tells the tale of the conspiracy to assassinate 'the foremost man of all this world', the famous funeral oration of Mark Antony, which turned the fickled mob against the murderers, and the downfall of the conspirators Brutus and Cassius.
by Christina Mancuso - Oct 21, 2015
Shakespeare's Globe and Sonia Friedman Productions are delighted to announce the West End transfer of Claire van Kampen's critically-acclaimed new play Farinelli and the King, directed by John Dove, designed by Jonathan Fensom and starring Mark Rylance (Wolf Hall, Jerusalem, Richard III, Twelfth Night), as King Philippe V of Spain. Sam Crane will once again play the acting role of Farinelli, while the singing role will be reprised by opera star, Iestyn Davies and shared withRupert Enticknap. The rest of the cast will also transfer with Huss Garbiya playing Doctor Jose Cervi, Melody Grove playing Isabella Farnese, Colin Hurley as Metastasio and Edward Peel as De la Cuadra. BroadwayWorld has a first look below!
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 21, 2013
Over the past three years, Pointless Theatre has become known as one of the most innovative experimental theatre companies in the region, and the young company is launching a new membership program that is just as innovative. 'Team Pointless' is the most social membership program in the country. Members who give by December 1st will be invited to any number of social events with the young group of artists including seeing performances at other theatres, post-show parties, open rehearsals of new works, barbecues, tea with the directors, and (for members of the highest level) an intimate candle-light supper.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Oct 19, 2010
Tonight At Cornelia Street Cafe Tue Oct 19th 8:30PM BLUE TUESDAYS:AMANDA BAISINGER (Amanda Baisinger, vocals; John Shannon, guitar; Pete Rende, piano, accordion; Garth Stevenson, bass; Dan Mintzer, drums)
by Leslie Fazin - Oct 18, 2010
Cornelia Street Café (29 Cornelia Street, between West 4th and Bleecker Sts, Greenwich Village)presents Morrison Motel on Monday, October 18. Look below for a complete listing of this week's events.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2013
The Rochester Community Players opens its 90th season with a production of Shakespeare's roiling political tragedy, Julius Caesar. The play tells the tale of the conspiracy to assassinate 'the foremost man of all this world', the famous funeral oration of Mark Antony, which turned the fickled mob against the murderers, and the downfall of the conspirators Brutus and Cassius.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 30, 2015
The Young People's Chorus of New York City led by Artistic Director and Founder Francisco J. Núñez brightens the December holidays with concerts, television appearances, and recordings to give and enjoy.  It all begins Wednesday, December 2, when the YPC choristers perform on both the local and national telecasts of this year's “Christmas in Rockefeller Center” at 7 p.m. on NBC-TV.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2012
Comedian and larger-than-life personality MURRAY HILL (aka Mr. Showbiz) gives the much needed gift of holiday cheer and entertainment to New York City with his legendary Yuletide tradition: A MURRAY LITTLE CHRISTMAS at Le Poisson Rouge, Saturday, December 15 at 8pm. Expect an evening of hilarious and wacky skits with the cast, a sleigh full of cheesy holiday songs, plenty of nuts, fruits and tree trimming. Murray also promises a few tender moments when he sings his signature 'Have Yourself a Murray Little Christmas.'
by Kelsey Denette - Nov 20, 2012
Comedian and larger-than-life personality MURRAY HILL (aka Mr. Showbiz) gives the much needed gift of holiday cheer and entertainment to New York City with his legendary Yuletide tradition: A MURRAY LITTLE CHRISTMAS at LPR, Saturday, December 15 at 8pm. Expect an evening of hilarious and wacky skits with the cast, a sleigh full of cheesy holiday songs, plenty of nuts, fruits and tree trimming. Murray also promises a few tender moments when he sings his signature 'Have Yourself a Murray Little Christmas.'
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 19, 2009
The tinsel, the tantrums, and a fat man in a suit: The 2008 circus smash hit Adagio returns with a new Christmas adaptation
by Gabrielle Sierra - Nov 18, 2010
A massive power cut in Upper Street, Islington last night forced the cast of HMS Pinafore at London's Little Opera House at the king's Head Theatre to perform the first preview entirely by candle light.
by Matt Smith - Mar 6, 2015
Shakespeare's Globe and Sonia Friedman Productions are delighted to announce the West End transferof Claire van Kampen's critically-acclaimed new play Farinelli and the King, directed by John Dove, designed by Jonathan Fensom and starring Mark Rylance (Wolf Hall, Jerusalem), as King Philippe V of Spain.
by Christina Mancuso - Mar 27, 2015
Shakespeare's Globe and Sonia Friedman Productions are delighted to announce the West End transfer of Claire van Kampen's critically-acclaimed new play Farinelli and the King, directed by John Dove, designed by Jonathan Fensom and starring Mark Rylance (Wolf Hall, Jerusalem, Richard III, Twelfth Night), as King Philippe V of Spain. Sam Crane will once again play the acting role of Farinelli, while the singing role will be reprised by opera star, Iestyn Davies and shared withRupert Enticknap. The rest of the cast will also transfer with Huss Garbiya playing Doctor Jose Cervi, Melody Grove playing Isabella Farnese, Colin Hurley as Metastasio and Edward Peel as De la Cuadra.
by Jade Kops - Mar 18, 2017
Taking the audience into 'typical' homes, THE LADEN TABLE explores the "dinner table racism" that exists in homes across Sydney in an effort to break down barriers and show how alike we really are, regardless of race and religion.
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 14, 2016
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announces the complete lineup for An Early Clue to the New Direction: Queer Cinema Before Stonewall, April 22 - May 1.
by Barry Lenny - Jun 26, 2017
Les Gitan Blancs are masters of their art.
by Tyler Peterson - Jun 26, 2013
The San Francisco Gay Men's Chorus (SFGMC) responded to this morning's historic U.S. Supreme Court rulings on same-sex marriage finding DOMA to be unconstitutional and that the district court decision is final and Prop 8 is unconstitutional.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 15, 2020
Multi-Platinum Recording Artist, Trey Songz has accepted former NBA All-Star Ricky Davis & The Ricky Davis Legacy Foundation, music industry legend Tony Draper, & Grammy-nominated Pusha T's 'FEED YOUR CITY CHALLENGE' as a response to the COVID-19 pandemic. LM movement.
by Jessica Naftaly - Jun 13, 2016
As this season of Game of Thrones draws to a close, Episode 8 gave us the required death count, male nudity (was that far away shot of Sandor pissing what you wanted when you called for equal nudity Emilia Clarke?) and debunked a lot of fan theories and book plot lines that have been building up since the first installment, further confirming the show's insistence that it's truly straying away from it's source material.
by Dennis Kucherawy - Jan 26, 2015
The production of Chekov's 'The Seagull,' now on at the Berkley Street Theatre, is an uneven disappointment. It fails to engage. Like Theatre 20's production of Stephen Sondheim's 'Company,' presented in the same venue last year, this Crow's Theatre production does not deliver on its exciting promise.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 10, 2018
Alyson Grant, writer of past Infinith tre hit shows Progress! and Trench Patterns, returns with her searing new play, Conversion. Never one to shy away from both current and meaty subject matter, Grant now tackles the power of words and labels with her usual bite and poignancy, exploring ideas of entitlement, prejudices, inadequacy, status and family. Directed by Infinith tre Artistic Director Guy Sprung, Conversion runs from February 6-25 at Espace Knox, a multidisciplinary artist-run space aptly housed in the converted sanctuary of a former church. Conversion will be shown with French surtitles twice a week. Post-show Artist Talks with invited guests are on Thursdays, otherwise plan to go out for tea/coffee/drinks after the show- there will be plenty of fodder for conversation. Warning- contains expected family infighting over strong, opinionated views (Rolaids not provided).
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 6, 2020
Direct from his own show in Las Vegas, comedian Don Barnhart brings his hysterically funny comedy show to the 209 Laugh Lounge in Stockton, CA for some Valentine's Day Celebration.
by Tyler Peterson - Feb 24, 2016
On Saturday, March 19, 2016 at 8.30pm, Ambassador Theatre Group (ATG) will join millions of businesses and individuals across the world to celebrate WWF's Earth Hour and will switch off lights in all of its theatres for one hour to show the company's ongoing commitment to the environment.
by Brian Hilbrand - Dec 8, 2018
It's the most wonderful time of the year! This past Thursday we headed out to do what has become an annual tradition and attend a Christmas show. This year we headed down town Grand Rapids to DeVos Performance Hall to take in the sounds of the Grand Rapids Symphony. Under the baton of conductor Bob Bernhardt for the Symphony, Pearl Shangkuan for the Symphony Chorus, and Sean Ivory for the Symphony Youth Chorus all take us on a magical journey through the sounds of Christmas. The concert would also not be a Christmas event with out a few surprises such as bass-baritone Justin Hopkins, and the Embellish Handbell Ensemble.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2009
The tinsel, the tantrums, and a fat man in a suit: The 2008 circus smash hit Adagio returns with a new Christmas adaptation
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2009
The tinsel, the tantrums, and a fat man in a suit: The 2008 circus smash hit Adagio returns with a new Christmas adaptation
by BWW News Desk - Dec 2, 2015
The Young People's Chorus of New York City led by Artistic Director and Founder Francisco J. Nuñez brightens the December holidays with concerts, television appearances, and recordings to give and enjoy. It all begins today, December 2, when the YPC choristers perform on both the local and national telecasts of this year's 'Christmas in Rockefeller Center' at 7 p.m. on NBC-TV.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 10, 2020
To celebrate the first day of Hanukkah, New York City songwriter Richard Spitzer is sharing the single “Jewish” with a new lyric video. The track is featured on Spitzer’s new EP, Cry Wolf, released earlier this fall.
by Gabrielle Sierra - Aug 3, 2011
Smoke & Mirrors Collaborative Presents POINT OF DEPARTURE Directed by Jonathan David Martin (Lincoln Center Theater's WARHORSE), assistant directed by Katie Meister (Shakespeare in the Park's ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL), and originally conceived with Zoey Martinson (Shakespeare in the Park's ALLS WELL THAT ENDS WELL) and MacKenzie Meehan (Classic Stage Company's DOUBLE FALSEHOOD) as the highly -anticipated inaugural production of this Brooklyn-based theater company.
by Robert Lawlor - Apr 8, 2014
We all know our favorite Ohioans turned New Yorkers have been having all kinds of big fun since they arrived, but as we know, New York while magical, can also be a rough and tumble kind of town. Tonight, the less than gleeful side of New York rears its ugly head, leaving our favorite former glee clubbers to pick up the pieces. Tonight's episode will deal with some harsh subject matter, so viewer discretion is advised. Sam, Rachel, Kurt, and Blaine attend a candle light vigil and channel the emotion into "No One Is Alone" from Into the Woods as they pay their respects. The producer of Funny Girl gives the company a pep talk, wanting and demanding a hit from his actors. Rachel discusses her scheduling conflicts with NYADA with her producer, who gives her a pass to finish out the year with a critique from the staff. Mercedes catches Sam watching Facts of Life, and joins him for all the 80's girl-school fun. Sam has tried everything to sleep better, even getting Blaine to read him Star Wars fan-fic, but nothing seems to work. Sam asks Mercedes about why she broke up with him, and her answer doesn't stick, as the two go at it on the couch. The weekly pot-luck dinner continues, as news of a neighbor being gay bashed (and lucky to be alive) breaks the joyful mood, but talk quickly turns to the winter critique at NYADA, which is challenging the NYADA hopefuls to Sondheim. Sam brings Mercedes to the East River to make some wishes, and their cute couple status begins to rise even more. Mercedes tells Sam she's willing to give them a chance, but wants it to be taken slowly with boundaries and rules to be implemented. Mercedes, being the strong independent woman she is, channels all of that ferocity into "You Make Me Feel like a Natural Woman".
by Wesley Doucette - Apr 15, 2015
Noche Flamenca performs at Joe's Pub.