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46th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
226 W.46th St.
by Rosanna Liuski - Sep 25, 2021
Baskervillen Koira went easily to my top 5 favorite shows of alltime. Read thick analysis why it succeeded!
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2020
Jersey City Theater Center presents the 2nd annual Voices International Theatre Festival from Friday October 16 to Sunday October 25, a unique hybrid of virtual and live events featuring the work of 21 groundbreaking theatre companies from Europe, Eastern Europe, South Asia, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and NY-NJ. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 17, 2020
Adirondack Film Festival, in its 5th year of operation (produced by the Adirondack Theatre Festival), has invented a new way to bring the film festival experience into patrons' homes. Producing Artistic Director, Chad Rabinovitz, has announced the world's first Film Festival in a Box, available Oct. 15-18, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 16, 2020
Jersey City Theater Center presents the 2nd annual Voices International Theatre Festival from Friday October 16 to Sunday October 25, a unique hybrid of virtual and live events featuring the work of 21 groundbreaking theatre companies from Europe, Eastern Europe, South Asia, Asia, the Middle East, Africa and NY-NJ.
by Brett Cullum - Oct 4, 2021
Vincent has always had a certain style all his own, and it is no surprise he makes an engaging host of a black themed variety show.  He holds the audience easily in his grasp, and makes them laugh and squirm all at once.  He’s a whirlwind of energy, and it comes off so good naturedly that by the time you read the underlying rage it is too late. He has you!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 19, 2020
A number of notable productions are screening this week through Sunday as part of the 2020 Voices International Theatre Festival, produced by the Jersey City Theater Center (JCTC).  
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 17, 2021
A new company connects Broadway actors with the public who wants to hire them for their private events and some of the talents from BROADWAY BOOKER are gathering at Birdland to celebrate the return of live entertainment.
by Don Grigware - Nov 9, 2019
Highways Performance Space & Gallery presents Film Maudit 2.0, its inaugural film festival dedicated to outré films, inspired by the legendary artist Jean Cocteau's 1949 Festival Du Film Maudit, which celebrated a group of films that were criminally overlooked and neglected at the time. The event will be held Thursday, November 14 - Sunday, November 17 at Highways Performance Space & Gallery at 1651 18th Street, Santa Monica, CA 90404
by Stephi Wild - Nov 5, 2019
In what is sure to be a highlight of this concert season, superstar soprano Renée Fleming will return to the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra (HK Phil) stage for the first time in 12 years, performing alongside Maestro Jaap van Zweden in a programme full of joyfulness and melody, on 8 and 9 November at the Hong Kong Cultural Centre Concert Hall.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 26, 2021
Announced today, the culmination of New Diorama Theatre's 10th birthday year centres on three major new artistic commissions from some of the country's most celebrated theatre companies: Kandinksy, Rhum + Clay and Deafinitely Theatre. All of whom have been an essential part of the venue's first decade, trailblazing to international recognition and critical acclaim for works commissioned by NDT.
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 2, 2021
Recovered Voices 2021: Schulhoff and More, an original multimedia series featuring James Conlon, premieres on Tuesday, November 2, 2021.
by Student Blogger: Isabella Gonzalez - Nov 18, 2020
There are many components that make up the classic Thanksgiving experience, but nothing screams Turkey Time more than the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade.
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2020
The Fringe movement has always championed risk and innovation, which is why the Toronto Fringe has announced that the Fringe spirit will live on(line) this summer.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2021
The Wilbury Theatre Group in collaboration with WaterFire Providence announces the dates for this year's FRINGEPVD: The Providence Fringe Festival: July 18 – 24, 2021. FRINGEPVD will be accepting artists submissions from March 15 – April 15.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 26, 2021
From April 16-30, 2021, Carnegie Hall will present Voices of Hope, an online festival that examines the resilience of artists, exploring works that they felt compelled to create despite—and often because of—appalling circumstances and human tragedy.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 25, 2021
This announcement comes on the five year anniversary of the episode one premiere  of UNHhhh, which aired on March 25, 2016. UNHhhh has captivated audiences with Trixie and Katya’s signature hilarious banter.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 25, 2021
World of Wonder today announced that hit series UNHhhh featuring RuPaul's Drag Race fan-favorites Trixie Mattel and Katya, has been picked up for three additional seasons with a 90 episode order. The newest season is set to premiere on Wednesday April 21, 2021 on WOW Presents Plus, and consist of 30 episodes. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 24, 2020
The Cleveland Orchestra has released the following statement regarding upcoming performances: 
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 2, 2020
The University of South Carolina Department of Theatre and Dance will present Black Snow, a farcical look at theatrical life behind the curtains, March 19-28 at the Center for Performance Experiment.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 8, 2021
The debut album from Lightman Jarvis Ecstatic Band marks the duo’s first collaboration, slingshotting both musicians out of their comfort zones into spellbinding territories of lysergic folk and impressionistic rock.
by TV News Desk - Jun 8, 2021
Recent projects supported include: American Factory, Collective, Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution, The Edge of Democracy, Of Fathers and Sons, Hale County This Morning, This Evening, Hooligan Sparrow, Minding the Gap, The Mole Agent, One Child Nation, Strong Island, and Time.
by BWW Features - Jun 19, 2020
Patricia Cruz, Executive Director of Harlem Stage has penned an article exclusively for BroadwayWorld, discussing Harlem Stage's past, present and more. 
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 17, 2021
The 2022 inductees for Hollywood's iconic Walk of Fame have been announced and among this year's star recipients are two-time Tony Award winner Patti LuPone and late pop culture icon and Broadway playwright, Carrie Fisher. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
A work of art Rudd has been working on since the death of Trayvon Martin in 2012, Witness has been reimagined and shaped for young audiences, addressing the topics of race in America, white supremacy, and combating racist ideologies in order to help affect lasting change, while facilitating conversations through art.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 14, 2021
After what will be a 23-month intermission, The Muny's 103rd season will open with the Muny premiere of Smokey Joe's Cafe, followed by The Sound of Music, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, On Your Feet! and Chicago.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 7, 2020
Gallery Players will present a live broadcast production of William Shakespeare's Hamlet, directed by James Dean Palmer and Myah Shein, performed July 16-24. Palmer returns to Gallery following his critically acclaimed productions of Julius Caesar (2017) and last summer's The Tempest.
by Student Blogger: Gillian Lintz - Jul 29, 2020
These shows are important and necessary, but are unfortunately often not performed or are greatly censored in high schools, and even some colleges. 
by Nicole Rosky - Jul 28, 2020
Today (July 28) in live streaming: Ann Reinking visits Backstage Live, Broadway unites to #SavetheArts on Stars in the House, and so much more!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 16, 2020
Sundance Institute will curate dozens of offscreen events, including behind-the-scenes panels on the art of filmmaking, musical performances and a?" around the theme of Imagined Futures a?" a public Bonfire and several extended post-screening conversations (known as IF Screenings), at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival taking place in Park City, Salt Lake City, and Sundance, Utah, January 23 through February 2, 2020.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 15, 2020
Today's top stories: My Name is Lucy Barton officially opens tonight, and more!
by Stephi Wild - Jan 15, 2020
Hong Kong has been convulsed by an ongoing protest movement which has increasingly been seen as a last stand for its semi-autonomy from China since March 2019; a year which also saw the 30th anniversary of the Tiananmen Square Massacre and the 70th anniversary of the founding of the People's Republic of China. Solidarity movements have formed across the globe, including repeated gatherings of up to 4,000 people outside the Chinese embassy in London.
by Walter McBride - Jan 14, 2020
Today we're taking a look back into our archive with this flashback photo of Carrie Fisher after a performance of Censored Scenes From King Kong in 1980.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2021
On January 12th, 2021 The Paper Doll Ensemble’s business page on Facebook was wrongfully disabled without warning or any possibility of appeal. The accounts of all four Administrators of said page were also disabled and removed from the platform without a trace.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 11, 2021
 Boston Ballet presents BB@yourhome: Look Back, Focus Forward, an approximately one-hour long virtual program featuring historic Boston Ballet moments and artistic achievements, including the intimate ballets from Leonid Yakobson, international tours, and a preview of Ken Ossola's new work.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 8, 2021
Six Degrees Records is proud to announce a landmark new album from Witch Camp (Ghana); I've Forgotten Now Who I Used to Be released via Six Degrees Records on 12 March 2021.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 25, 2020
Aurora Theatre Company continues its dynamic 28th season with  Joe Orton's LOOT. Former Aurora Artistic Director Tom Ross (Everything is Illuminated, This Is How It Goes, A Delicate Balance) directs this comedic tour de force.
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 22, 2021
Throughout this pandemic, theatre companies have found some creative ways to keep staff members employed. Today’s subject Jenn Sheetz is one of those fortunate artists that is living her theatre life as the Properties Manager at Arena Stage. She has held that position for the past three seasons after twelve seasons as Properties Director at Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. She began her theatrical career at Arena Stage, working as a Properties Assistant for nine seasons in the Kreeger Theatre. She has also designed properties for Norwegian Cruise Line (Rock of Ages, Legally Blonde, Million Dollar Quartet), Comedy Central, and Showtime.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 2, 2021
On Saturdays from February 13 to 27, 2021 New York's New Federal Theatre (NFT) will present 'New Federal Theatre Celebrates Black History Month,' a retrospective readings series in which three rarely-done yet noteworthy plays, all previously produced by NFT, will be recreated by savvy actors and directors. These plays illuminate burning issues of their time and are newly instructive today.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 19, 2021
While the Angels Sigh, set for release on April 23, 2021, is at once a musical affirmation of personal power and grace, and an acceptance of human weakness and fallibility. Cindy has written a songbook for the “sandwich generation,” with wisdom for millennials, and gratitude to the generations that came before her.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 19, 2020
The Cleveland Orchestra announces updates to its festival, Censored: Art & Power, taking place in spring 2020. The festival is centered around the Orchestra's performances of Alban Berg's opera Lulu on May 16, 19, and 22, 2020, and seeks to spark discussion about the role of art in society, government censorship, and prejudice - using as a starting point Nazi Germany's oppression and weaponization of the arts by labelling groups and styles 'Degenerate Art & Music.' As a central theme within the Orchestra's 2019-20 season, the festival features a variety of collaborative presentations surrounding the opera performances.
by Herbert Paine - Feb 15, 2020
THE SILENT REVOLUTION is a must-see ~ one of the featured films at this year's Sedona International Film Festival. The film, based on actual events recounted in Dietrich Garstka's eponymous novel, is a sobering and poignant testament to the power of conscience and the ethical imperative of speaking truth to power, no matter the repercussions.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 13, 2021
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, February 13-14, 2020.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 23, 2019
A couple weeks ago, Carrie Fisher shut off the lights at a Rise of Skywalker press conference. Someone asked about how Princess Leia would be integrated into the new movie, and JJ Abrams said something about loving Carrie Fisher and something else about lights, and then there were no more lights. It was a spectral technical malfunction, a prank from beyond the grave, something wholly natural in its unnaturalness. Carrie Fisher, who died three years ago on Friday, was indisputably in the room.
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 21, 2020
Bridge Records has announced a new recording of Visca L'Amor: Catalan  Art Songs of the 20th and 21st Centuries, featuring tenor Isaí Jess Muñoz and pianist Oksana Glouchko.
by Jay Irwin - Dec 10, 2019
First off, Dear Readers, let me emphasize that the Harry Potter Plays, a?oeHarry Potter and the Cursed Child, Parts 1 & 2a?? are NOT here in Seattle. And, personally I doubt they ever will be considering the amount of technical wizardry needed to pull it off. They'd have to practically remodel the theaters here in order to give it as much of an immersive and spectacular feel as it has in New York or London a?? or now, in SAN FRANCISCO at the Curran Theater. Yes, I wanted to alert you all to the fact that this amazing show is now on the West Coast as well, so it's not as much of a trek to go see it, and see it you should. But is it as magical as the one in New York? Well, that's what we're here to discuss. Hopefully without giving too much away.
by Student Blogger: Olive Elzinga - Aug 27, 2020
We see this time and time again, where musicals that center on an experience or adult humor get so watered down that they render their existence pointless.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 2, 2021
The Tank announced today the full line up for Lime Fest, which will present 20 performances between Saturday August 14– Saturday August 28, 2021. The Tank’s LimeFest celebrates a dozen new works by over 80 emerging artists who identify as women, nonbinary or gender non-conforming to make way for more gender parity in the performing arts.
by Virag Dombay - Aug 14, 2020
Next up on my local artists segment is the wonderful and incredibly hard-working Andrew CP, Artistic Director and Founder of Technicolour Theatre Company. Andrew is an award-winning director, performer and designer, currently completing a Bachelor of Theatre and Performance with the University of New England and is the Founder and Artistic Director of Technicolour Theatre Company. He has a number of directing credits and is proud to have held the position of 'Theatre Academic Mentor' for Earle Page College at the University of New England (Securing a Resident Fellowship and Cultural Bursary for achievements in Performing Arts), resident senior drama teacher at Spotlight Theatrical Company (2016-18) and Senior Drama Tutor for 'Raise Your Voice' (2017-present). In 2018 he founded Technicolour Theatre Company and its adjacent Youth Ensemble before acting as Convenor and Curator for the 2019 Gold Coast Festival of One Act Plays. Here's what Andrew had to say about Technicolour Theatre Company's upcoming project and how his company has been impacted by co-vid...
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Apr 16, 2021
In anticipation of HOMANITY’s release, two new singles from the album are being shared today. A song from female hip hop/pop artist Justina, who was detained and had her home raided and musical equipment destroyed before she fled the country in order to be able to continue making music.