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39th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
119 West 39th St.
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by Audrey Liebross - Nov 9, 2021
Desert Theatreworks' production of Ron Clark's and Sam Bobrick's farce, MURDER AT THE HOWARD JOHNSON'S, is funny and imaginatively staged, and improves upon the source material. It will run Thursdays through Sundays, through November 21st
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2021
The Hawaiian Missile Crisis is now being developed as a stage musical, '38 MINUTES,' by its conceptor and composer Holly Doubet, with playwright Joseph McDonough, and composers Kathy Babylon and John Vester. The musical will enjoy its first professional concert reading at the Sammons Center for the Arts in Dallas, Texas on December 9 and 10, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 9, 2021
Chicago has the largest Polish-American population of any city in the United States. This cultural hotbed made the television show Flavor of Poland from WTTW an instant winner. Not only is the Polish-themed cultural show a hit in Chicago but also hugely popular around the country.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 26, 2021
After her breakout roles in Brooklyn 99 and In The Heights, Stephanie Beatriz stars as Mirabel in Disney's new animated film, Encanto! BroadwayWorld caught up with Beatriz to talk about starring in a Disney movie musical, working with Lin-Manuel Miranda, and her Broadway aspirations!
by Alexander C. Kafka - Nov 26, 2021
The company hasn't visited The Kennedy Center for more than a decade. It's great to have it back with this charming Caribbean-inflected version of the Balanchine classic.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Nov 25, 2021
Fresh off of the release of his directorial debut in tick, tick...BOOM!, Lin-Manuel Miranda's new film Encanto is out now! BroadwayWorld caught up with Miranda to discuss creating music for film instead of Broadway, his experiences writing Moana backstage at Hamilton, and more!
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Nov 25, 2021
With questionable messaging, a pitchy ensemble, and an overall lackluster production, 'How the Grinch Stole Christmas! The Musical' doesn’t quite feel like the best way to celebrate the holiday season, especially when there are other options available.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 24, 2021
“The Death and Life of William Born Adelin” — the fourth monologue by Stuart Bousel in his Anarchy Quartet  about the period of English history known as The Anarchy — features Kyle McReddie as the Crown Prince William Adelin, doomed by a premature death in a shipwreck to an eternity on a rock in the middle of the English Channel.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 24, 2021
Artistic Directors Douglas Aibel and Sarah Stern just presented Ryan J. Haddad with the 2021-2022 Paula Vogel Playwriting Award at the Vineyard Theatre’s annual Emerging Artists Celebration. 
by Gil Kaan - Nov 23, 2021
A popular fixture of the New York cabaret scene, Jim Caruso brings his JIM CARUSO’S CAST PARTY across the nation to Feinstein’s At Vitellos November 28th and 29th. An evening of “extreme open mic” provides a platform for new performers as well as surprise established guests. Jim took a few moments after completing his CAST PARTY in Nashville to give us some behind-the-scenes of his once-was “weird, show-biz adjacent gig,” now his most enjoyable passion CAST PARTY.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
Following its Housewarming programme - open hearted work that celebrated connection and community, This is Now invites artists and audiences to join a yearlong conversation about who we are and who we want to be; to think deeply about the important questions of our time, and to find refuge in coming together to imagine our way through the world we live in, right now.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 23, 2021
Ensemble Studio Theatre (EST) (William Carden, Artistic Director), along with The Alfred P. Sloan Foundation (Doron Weber, Vice-President and Program Director) and the EST/Sloan Project, announced today the 2021 Fall Artist Cultivation Event for the EST/Sloan Project.
by Aaron Wallace - Nov 23, 2021
CABARET and Theater West End are a match made in the heavens of art direction, so much so that it’s nearly a wonder they hadn’t staged it here til now. The plexiglass partitions even hint at the giant mirror that faced this show’s earliest audiences on Broadway — I caught reflections from performers and patrons on several occasions (including my own) and smiled in appreciation of the unintended nod.
by Student Blogger: Jana Denning - Nov 23, 2021
You’re probably auditioning for roles you do want, but you may want them for a reason that isn’t as lighthearted as “it would be fun”, and not getting those roles could be having a negative effect on you that you don’t even notice. Let's explore different character types, why we might want them, and the potential effect that could have on us.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 23, 2021
This holiday season the Atlantic City Ballet will be bringing two of their favorite ballets to Atlantic City and  surrounding theaters. Thanksgiving weekend they'll kick off the holidays with It's A Shore Holiday.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 23, 2021
Join Brooklyn Comedy Collective's presentation of America's longest running talk show that's somehow still on, Gut Reaction Live!, with this episode's host, Colleen Nickelback (Laura Ornella).
by Stephi Wild - Nov 22, 2021
Actors Theatre of Indiana will be performing their Holiday Revue at Carmel's Christkindlmarkt.  Patrons can enjoy some traditional favorites plus some rockin' tunes with a fabulous foursome being sponsored by ATI.
by Joseph Harrison - Nov 22, 2021
Did you know there are new Broadway tours coming to the space coast? The Maxwell C. King Center for the Performing Arts in Melbourne, Florida will kick off a new season of touring musicals with BUDDY: THE BUDDY HOLLY STORY on December 6th and 7th. Filling the famous shoes (and glasses) of the iconic Rock and Roll singer who left us too young will be Keaton Eckhoff. I caught up with Keaton to find out more about the show, his career and what it’s like singing (and playing) Buddy Holly’s groundbreaking music.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 19, 2021
It has been said that great things are worth waiting for. It took some time to get Linda Kahn into the solo spot but once it happened the crowd couldn't help but SAY YES! to her.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Nov 19, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. Broadway characters as songs from Red (Taylor's Version), seeing Hadestown on tour, going on as an understudy, tips for a great rehearsal, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 19, 2021
Following phenomenal demand, an additional performance of AN EVENING WITH BARLOW AND BEAR at the Underbelly Speigeltent, Leicester Square has been added on Monday 22 November at 9.15pm, following the sold out 7.30pm performance.
by Jim Munson - Nov 19, 2021
BroadwayWorld talks to actor Li-Leng Au, who is thrilled to be back onstage in San Jose Stage Company's production of Dickens' 'Great Expectations' as adapted by playwright Neil Bartlett, running thru December 12th.
by Michael Major - Nov 19, 2021
In 2019, he caught the attention of a producer from American Idol and was invited to audition for the long-running television series. Dalipi impressed the judges throughout the audition process and was even awarded the Golden Ticket to Hollywood week, where he met other artists and performed in front of Lionel Richie, Luke Bryan and Katy Perry.
by Michael Major - Nov 19, 2021
Sam Austins stays prolific post-release of HOMELESS STAR, a coming of age project and an ode to Detroit youth. He quickly followed with the official visual to “DRIFTING AWAY,” a stand-out track that touches on acceptance of the unknown. Now, he has teamed up with Caspr for a remix of “MIND ON DRUGS.”
by Jade Kops - Nov 18, 2021
Aarne Neeme's new staging of Alex Buzo's NORM AND AHMED reinforces society really hasn't progressed much in removing racial prejudice from society.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 18, 2021
The Frist Art Museum presents On the Horizon: Contemporary Cuban Art from the Pérez Art Museum Miami, an exhibition exploring the diverse cultural and political landscapes of Cuba and its diaspora through paintings, photographs, sculptures, videos, and installations by fifty artists.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 18, 2021
Dutch Kills Theater has announced an extension of its acclaimed New York Premiere of 2018 Weissberger Award for Playwriting nominee THE ANTELOPE PARTY by Eric John Meyer. Performances will now run through December 4 at The Wild Project.
by TV Scoop - Nov 18, 2021
Get all the scoop on THE WONDER YEARS, airing on ABC on Wednesday, November 24, 2021! Plus, watch a clip from the show here!
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 18, 2021
This high-energy show from Onyx Productions, already booking fast, will be a dynamic change from panto season
by Stephi Wild - Nov 17, 2021
Comedy Works Entertainment proudly presents ANJELAH JOHNSON-REYES: WHO DO I THINK I AM? TOUR coming to Paramount Theatre in Denver on Saturday, April 16th at 7:00pm. Tickets range in price from $39.50 to $59.50 (plus applicable fees).
by Michael Major - Nov 17, 2021
Rising twenty-year-old JUNO Award-nominated R&B singer-songwriter Dylan Sinclair returns today with his new single “Regrets” available to stream on all digital platforms now via The Orchard. Listen to the personal track written by Sinclair and co-produced by Jordon Manswell, Zachary Simmonds, Bryan Allen, and Jason Amos now!
by Jay Irwin - Nov 17, 2021
Back in 2004, Tina Fey brought us the movie “Mean Girls”, a cute little teen comedy that could have been just another blip in a bevy of teen comedies were it not for the stellar writing of Ms. Fey and a killer cast. Because of that, the movie has become a bit of a classic in the genre. A shining example of how to do it right. Then Fey, along with husband Jeff Richmond for the music and Nell Benjamin for the lyrics chose to convert her classic into a Broadway Musical. They brought over all that stellar writing from the movie, and that’s part of the problem. The other part of the problem is that the new elements, the music and lyrics, don’t quite live up to the writing. So, what we’re left with is a faded carbon copy of the original that while still fun, isn’t quite as “Fetch” as the original.
by Stan Jenson - Nov 17, 2021
The show by actor/playwright Terry Ray is set in a motel room, and the first two years were actually performed at INNDulge in a motel room with an audience of 20 serving as flies on the wall, watching the action.  Fortunately, the show has transferred to Oscar’s dinner theatre in the middle of town which enables about triple the audience, comfortable tables and chairs, and some really terrific food!
by Carol Kassie - Nov 16, 2021
Told with hope, humanity and humor, the play follows Wiesenthal as he addresses a group of visitors on his last day at the Jewish Documentation Center in Vienna. As he reflects on his life and work, Wiesenthal recounts how he faced Hitler's SS; how he endured the loss of family and friends; and how, after liberation day, he began his remarkable journey.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 16, 2021
BroadwayWorld has learned that Kyle Scatliffe will return to the Broadway production of Hamilton tonight, November 16! Scatliffe will take on the role of Marquis de Lafayette/Thomas Jefferson, replacing James Monroe Iglehart who played his final performance on November 14.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 16, 2021
Welcome to the Renaissance, where the Black Plague has ceded power to the Puritans, farthingales and codpieces are the latest fashion trend, and the biggest celebrity in England is a playwright named William Shakespeare. In the midst of all this excitement, brothers Nick and Nigel Bottom are trying to keep their acting company afloat.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2021
Willard Manus' adaptation of A JOURNAL OF THE PLAGUE YEAR, by Daniel ('Robinson Crusoe') Defoe, will be performed by Write Act Rep from Nov. 13th - Dec. 19th, 2021 at the Brickhouse Theatre in North Hollywood. Produced by Write Act's artistic director John Lant and by Anne Mesa, the play is directed by Daniel E. Keough.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 15, 2021
Dirty Laundry Theatre got caught in the midst of previewing its new play, BORDERS. Right before a scheduled East Village run, DLT had a decision to make - to continue or halt.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 15, 2021
Texas soprano Rainelle Krause will return to her home state to sing the famous character of Queen of the Night in Mozart's The Magic Flute with Houston Grand Opera. The iconic role is what provided Rainelle with a ticket to stardom in Europe.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 15, 2021
LA's favorite vintage musical comedy trio, The Apple Sisters, present their hit show “Holidoozy Merry Christ-mess Special” for one night only - a throwback to the days of Big Bands, Slapstick, and Modest Product Endorsement (sponsored by Buddy's Bargain Blowout) with a modern twist. Candy (Rebekka Johnson), Cora (Kimmy Gatewood), and Seedy Apple (Sarah Lowe) entertain the live radio show audience and the “troops overseas” in three-part harmony with their original Christmas tunes.
by Michael Dale - Nov 14, 2021
Sharing views not only on the current Broadway and Off-Broadway scenes, but offering an appreciative spotlight to Off-Off Broadway artists and other lesser-known entertainers who are just as important in making New York the nation's live performing arts capital. To encourage rather than critique.
by Kristen Morale - Nov 13, 2021
SHEEP #1 is the third program of the Japan Society’s current season, which focuses on New York City - based, female theater-makers. The piece first premiered at The Tank three years ago, then caught Japan Society’s Artistic Director Yoko Shioya’s attention. Prior to its most recent engagement, Takahashi (who uses Okamoto Miya as her stage name) has brought her “microscopic live cinema-theatre” to various venues both here and across the world - these include St. Ann’s Warehouse, La MaMa and the Prague Quadrennial.
by Team BWW - Nov 12, 2021
The BroadwayWorld student blogger program is excited to welcome 19 new writers to the student blogging team this season, running from October to January. The bloggers represent colleges from all over the world! Get to know our new writers and read their latest posts here.
by Student Blogger: Max Martinez - Nov 12, 2021
One of the songs from the project, 'Pura Vida', particularly caught my attention. It is about environmental preservation and nature. Pura Vida literally means 'pure life', but in Costa Rica it's like a motto; it's an expression used in almost every conversation. It means that everything is fine, but it can also mean thank you. When I first listened to the song I wondered if Jonathan Larson had ever been to Costa Rica. How did he come up with the phrase?
by Stephi Wild - Nov 12, 2021
Acclaimed actress, singer, and comedienne, Klea Blackhurst has been hailed as one of the top interpreters of the works of legendary composer, Jerry Herman. She brings her Broadway tune filled tribute, 'One of the Girls: The Worlds and Lyrics of Jerry Herman,' to Bucks County Playhouse for one special performance on Saturday, December 4 at 8 p.m.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2021
Mercury KX today released the original motion picture soundtrack to Spencer, the highly anticipated new film from director Pablo Larraín, starring Kristen Stewart in the lead role as the late Princess Diana. It is accompanied by a brand-new instrumental score composed by Jonny Greenwood.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Nov 11, 2021
Peter Cincotti owned the piano in Birdland last night and it wasn’t because his name was temporarily affixed to the legendary 7 foot Yamaha for his engagement.   Imagine Billy Joel, Harry Connick Jr., Lang Lang, Manilow, and Jerry Lee Lewis on the same piano bench and it will give you an idea of the kind of exciting music at a Cincotti performance. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 11, 2021
La Jolla Playhouse has announced the first four productions of its 2022/2023 season. The season will also include a re-imagined classic to be co-directed by Tony Award winner Christopher Ashley, the Rich Family Artistic Director of La Jolla Playhouse, and Helen Hayes Award winner Will Davis, as well as a new musical.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 10, 2021
Musical theatre writing sensations, Abigail Barlow and Emily Bear Will Perform AN EVENING WITH BARLOW AND BEAR at The Underbelly Speigeltent, Leicester Square on Monday 22 November at 7.30pm. They will be joined on stage by stars from the West End, performing some of the duo's viral smash hits.
by Taylor Clemons - Nov 10, 2021
Last night almost didn't feel real. Waitress opened in Louisville. This statement under normal circumstances wouldn't hold that much weight, but this show has been a bit of a unicorn for Louisville audiences, as the show's opening has been over three years in the making. The show was originally scheduled to close the 2017 - 2018 season, but in a bout of unfortunate luck, The Kentucky Center caught fire about a week before Waitress was set to arrive, and the damage was too great for the show's curtain to rise. A couple seasons later, the show was back on the schedule to the delight of many, but Covid-19 was the second roadblock the show faced in its lengthy journey to Louisville. That brings us to present day, in the reality of our new normal, when it almost seems fitting that Waitress was the show to reopen Louisville's booming Broadway season.