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John Golden Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
252 West 45th St.
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 23, 2020
The International Festival of Arts & Ideas and The Autorino Center for the Arts and Humanities at the University of Saint Joseph have joined forces to curate performances by New Haven and Hartford artists to be presented as part of The Kennedy Centera??s Arts Across America series on Monday, September 28 at 4PM.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 25, 2019
The Rochester Broadway Theatre League and Albert Nocciolino announced today that the individual tickets for the tour of the critically-acclaimed Broadway production of ANASTASIA are on sale now. Tickets are available at RBTL's Auditorium Theatre Box office or by visiting ticketmaster.com.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 19, 2019
Greenwood Lake Theater, in partnership with Warwick Historical Society, presents 'A Christmas Carol' by Charles Dickens, and adapted by Doris Baizley, on Saturday and Sunday, December 7-8, at 7:00 pm, at the Old Baptist Meeting House, Church Street & Forester Avenue, Warwick, NY. Mary McKinley and Katherine Weatherford direct this production. Tickets are $25 for adults and $20 for students under 18, and can be purchased through the Warwick Historical Society. Box office contact is 845-986-3236, ext. 101.
by Brandon Horwin - Nov 15, 2019
'What does air guitar teach us? Everything we need to rock, is already inside us' is a line that the character of Golden Thunder delivers midway through this fun and fresh play. It's a line that sums up this play for me: air guitarists competing nationally and internationally, doing so because they love it, and making relationships, helping and sometimes finding out more about each other and themselves along the way.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 13, 2020
Historic Holidays return to Old City from Small Business Saturday, on Saturday, November 28th through New Year's Eve, on Thursday, December 31st. Festivities will kick-off on Small Business Saturday with the debut of a brand-new holiday tradition, Old City's Window Decorating Contest.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2019
Tiffany Mills Company returns to The Flea Theater with the world premiere of Not then, not yet, an evening-length work that explores states of transition and transformation. Performances are Wednesdaya?"Saturday, November 13a?"16, at 7pm. The Flea Theater is located at 20 Thomas Street (between Church Street and Broadway), in Manhattan.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
Dorset Theatre Festival has announced its 44th Season, including the inaugural StageFree Audio Plays series, featuring new commissions by playwrights Theresa Rebeck and Chisa Hutchinson, and live main stage performances at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, VT.
by Stephi Wild - May 22, 2021
Together Again at the O-Town Canteen is full of levity and laughter, complete with jazzy tunes and healing tears, side splitting laughter, and a healthy helping of swing. And there'll be food and drink at the O-Town Canteen too!
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2021
Brand new family theatre show, Dragons and Mythical Beasts, written by Derek Bond, today announces casting for its forthcoming UK Tour and summer season at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, London.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 11, 2021
Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, produced by the Flynn in association with Burlington City Arts, kicks off at the Burlington waterfront on June 4 with a joyous community event called 50 Saxophones—an open-call gathering of local saxophonists of all backgrounds (registration open now).
by Stephi Wild - Mar 4, 2020
All My Sons tells the story of Joe Keller, a successful, middle-aged, self-made man who has done a terrible and tragic thing. He framed his business partner for a crime and engineered his own exoneration. Now, his son is about to marry the partner's daughter, the affair is revisited, and his lie of a life is unraveled. In All My Sons, Arthur Miller creates a post-war American family in a tragic downfall of lies, greed, love, and loss, and demands its audience examine their own social responsibilities to all the sons and daughters of American wars.
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 10, 2020
Today's subject was kind enough to give me an hour of his time in the balcony of the place he lived his theatre life for almost 40 years.  I'm sure there isn't a person here in DC who would argue that Howard Shalwitz was one of the most influential minds in the DC theatre community as the Artistic Director of Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company. Under Shalwitz, Woolly Mammoth produced some of the most thought provoking, wild, and sometimes shocking pieces of theatre this area has ever seen. Shalwitz stepped down in 2018 and the company is now run by Maria Manuela Goyanes. Mr. Shalwitz remains as Artistic Director Emeritus.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 10, 2020
The Cabrillo Festival of Contemporary Music, America's longest running festival of new orchestral music, celebrates its 58th season July 26 - August 9, 2020, with a remarkable season of timely, topical, and thought-provoking new works.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 7, 2021
Mad Cow Theatre makes its triumphant return to the Harriett stage with the side-splitting comedy, The Hound of the Baskervilles.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 28, 2021
The Middletown Arts Center, in collaboration with the Dunbar Repertory Company, presents Shakin' the Mess Outta Misery, a magical memory play featuring songs and stories that follow a young Black girl's coming of age in the 1960's South.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 21, 2021
Dorset Theatre Festival will open its 44th season with a revival of Christopher Durang's comedy Laughing Wild outdoors at the Southern Vermont Arts Center in Manchester, VT.
by Caroline Sposto - Jun 20, 2021
Hayesville, North Carolina is a charming, historic, mountain town with a population of less than 400. Anchored by an old town square, it offers the sort of attractive shops and eateries one might expect to find in this type of scenic, Sunday drive destination. But just a few blocks from Main Street, Hayesville holds an unusual surprise––The Peacock Performing Arts Center, a venue that looks as it if had been plucked from the arts district of a large metropolitan city.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2021
Cycling from theatre to farm, from castle to park, The HandleBards' all-female company are touring their irreverent Macbeth across the UK this summer. The most environmentally friendly Shakespearean theatre company there is, and naturally one of the most Covid-safe, are packing The Scottish Play onto their bikes and taking it to outdoor venues.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
Make Music New York, the unique, live, free citywide musical celebration held each June 21, is returning for its 15th consecutive year with a schedule of exciting and diverse in-person outdoor concerts, performances, music lessons, jam sessions and other music making events. This year's celebration  is returning to a mostly in-person event after last year's shifted to a largely virtual format due to COVID. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2021
Today, Hartford Stage announced plans to reopen the theatre to in-person performances for the 2021/2022 Season beginning in October 2021. The theater will produce a 5-play Mainstage season plus a holiday performance. All performances will be held at Hartford Stage on 50 Church Street in Hartford.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
The season opens with Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Lindsay-Abaire's comedy Good People - a compelling and comedic examination of class and the divides it creates in a community of hardworking South Boston friends. A Tony Award nominee for Best Play, Good People, looks into the struggles of its characters and reminds us that kindness comes at the most surprising moments and from unexpected sources.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 14, 2021
Northlight Theatre has announced that it has reached a significant milestone in its years-long pursuit of building a theatre center in Evanston with the purchase of property located at 1012-16 Church Street in downtown Evanston.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2021
Heidi Armbruster, will spend three weeks in Vermont developing a new one-woman show directed by Dina Janis that will be presented as a staged reading in a limited series of matinee performances at the Festival's new outdoor stage at Southern Vermont Arts Center. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 8, 2020
Today the first half of the line-up made up of family and friends was announced which includes: Cyndi Lauper, Livingston Taylor, Indigo Girls, Michael McDonald, Rachael Price of Lake Street Dive, Ben Taylor and Sally Taylor, John Forte, Resistance Revival Chorus, Darlene Love, Ken Burns, and Linda Perry.   More artists to be named in the near future. Tickets are on sale now at musicof.org
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 7, 2020
The Museum of Russian Icons will be presenting two new special exhibitions in the Spring of 2020; Atomic Alert! Confronting 'The Bomb' in the New Atomic Age, an exploration of the mid-20th century Cold War era, March 20 - May 6; and Maine-based contemporary artist Lesia Sochor's Pysanka: Symbol of Renewal, inspired by the beautiful tradition of Ukrainian Easter egg painting, March 21 - August 2. A mini-display, Fighting Pencils-Fighting Faith, will be on view March 19-September 20, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 6, 2021
Much like the Golden Age of Radio brought the show into the living room, Mad Cow Theatre is bringing the show ‘home to the herd.’ From their stage to your screen, Bringing Home the Herd: Cabarets, Comedies & Captivating Tales features six months of digital performances by the actors you know and love from their theater on Church Street.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 23, 2020
CAPA and Broadway in Columbus are pleased to announce that ANASTASIA will host a digital ticket lottery during the upcoming Columbus engagement January 28 through February 2, offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 20, 2020
The Rochester Broadway Theatre League and Albert Nocciolino will welcome the Broadway production of Anastasia as it makes its Rochester Premier at RBTL's Auditorium Theatre January 21-26, 2020. Tickets are on sale now and available at RBTL's Auditorium Theatre Box office or by visiting ticketmaster.com.
by Joseph Harrison - Jan 20, 2020
Communities are beautiful things due in part to the vast diversity that can exist in them. Even if made up of people of common means, there are so many layers to each neighborhood, each block, and each building. Some of these people are friends, some one hardly ever sees, but many are, or can feel like, family. These community bonds often are tested the most during a crisis, and sometimes it is that crucible which strengthens relationships and changes lives. Bonds such as I have described here are portrayed vividly by Nijala Sun in her one woman show, PIKE ST. which is now playing at Hartford Stage. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 2, 2020
Join dj cRAIG mITCHELL in the Flynn lobby for a family dance party. mITCHELL, a Michigan native and Saint Michael's alum, has nearly 27 years behind the decks.
by Mary Lincer - Jan 17, 2020
Jim Thompson, an Army Ranger and POW of the Viet Namese for 9 years, deserves to have his story widely known. In 2001, Tom Philpott published an oral biography of Thompson; later that year, the next undeclared war was triggered. Glory Denied, a 90 minute opera based on Philpott's book, definitely contributes to raising Thompson's profile. Urban Arias has mounted a strong production of the 2007 one-act work in English through January 19 in the Keegan Theatre's space on Church Street.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 16, 2020
The Rochester Broadway Theatre League and Albert Nocciolino are pleased to announce that ANASTASIA will host a digital ticket lottery during the upcoming Rochester engagement from January 21 to January 26, 2020 at RBTL's Auditorium Theatre, offering fans the chance to purchase a limited number of $25 tickets available per performance.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2020
Following a successful run at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2018, personality and national treasure Su Pollard (Hi-De-Hi! and You Rang M'Lord?, BBC) returns to reprise her role in Harpy by award-winning playwright Philip Meeks (Kiss Me Honey, Honey!; Murder, Margaret and Me), as part of an extensive UK tour this Spring.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 10, 2020
In less than two months, the brand new stage production of Helen Forrester's By The Waters Of Liverpool embarks on a 17-venue tour across the UK.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 6, 2020
a??a??a??a??a??a??a?? Mad Cow Theatre is offering free tickets to World War II veterans during its run of Last Train to Nibroc. These special tickets are available for all regular performance dates and are not valid on Preview or Pay-What-You-Will performances. Call Patron Services at 407.297.8788 to redeem this offer. Non-World War II veterans will still receive a discount of $10 off of their tickets.  
by Stephi Wild - Feb 25, 2020
McKinney Youth onSTAGE presents the musical FROZEN, jr. March 5-7 at the Church Street Auditorium in downtown McKinney. Tickets are available at the door (306 North Church Street) or online https://myofrozen.brownpapertickets.com. Tickets are only $10.
by Joseph Harrison - Feb 23, 2020
There are certain stories that strike an emotional chord regardless of the format or venue. One such story is the Charlotte Bronte classic JANE EYRE, which is now playing at Hartford Stage in a brand new adaptation by Associate Artistic Director, Elizabeth Williamson (who also directs). The story - equal parts Victorian epic and Gothic horror, holds up extremely well in this production - providing a sweeping narrative, delivered by a talented cast and supported by strong technical design.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 18, 2020
The Soviet Union's detonation of its first atomic bomb test on August 29, 1949, thrust the United States into a new and more precarious era. Just four years after celebrating victory in World War II as the only nation with an atomic bomb, Americans now found themselves confronting the probability of an atomic war.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 17, 2021
Today Orlando Fringe announced details surrounding the upcoming 30th Annual Orlando International Fringe Theater Festival taking place in-person May 18-31 in Orlando's Loch Haven Park. Orlando Fringe is the longest-running theatre festival of its kind in the United States.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 10, 2020
The Burlington Discover Jazz Festival is is presenting a sneak peek at the lineup for the 2020 festival, held June 5-14.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 30, 2019
CAPA and Broadway in Columbus are proud to present the Columbus premiere of ANASTASIA at the Ohio Theatre with performances beginning January 28 playing through February 2.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 21, 2020
Created to enhance the experience of the Orlando Science Center's blockbuster exhibit, Pompeii: The Immortal City, the Women of Pompeii is an original theater project that offers an archeological dig of a theatrical kind, one that focuses on the heart of life for a woman in an ancient empire. In three, original, entertaining experiences—virtual and live—Mad Cow Theatre provides a dramatic window into the lives of the women of Pompeii. Who were they? What did they leave behind? And what if their ghosts could tell the tale? 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 2, 2020
'Tis the season! Mad Cow Theatre will bring a brand-new, festive and socially-distanced event to Downtown Orlando for the 2020 holiday season. 'Holiday on Church Street' will be presented in the Church Street Plaza just outside of Mad Cow Theatre on select dates this month.
by Barbara Trainin Blank - Dec 16, 2019
A great deal is packed into The Magical Piñata. There's a brief explanation of where Mexico's population comes from; a smattering of spoken Spanish and songs in both Spanish and English; pratfalls; a morality tale; and lots of laugher.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Aug 4, 2020
The show must go on for Central Alabama Theater (CAT). The theater has had to cancel many events in their spring season due to the global health crisis, but now they're looking ahead with virtual performances, Village Living Online reports.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 9, 2021
From outdoor shows in the Plaza, to teen theatre workshops over the summer and Season 24 inside this fall, Orlando's downtown theater is coming back in style! 
by Stephi Wild - Apr 27, 2021
Warm and witty, with loads of heart, Mad Cow Theatre's first Party in the Plaza—a new outdoor venue on Church Street—will be Together Again at the O-Town Canteen. Transforming a new tent into a USO-styled canteen, Mad Cow presents a 1940s variety show, sure to welcome us all back from the past year's wartime pandemic.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2021
Check out the full cast and touring schedule.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 2, 2021
In honor of National Poetry Month, The Marsh is inviting a diverse lineup of accomplished poets to perform in April Showers. Streaming Poets., available via MarshStream. For this celebration, The Marsh has curated an entertaining evening featuring special guests Clyde Always, Gillian Conoley, Thea Matthews, and Christine No. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 13, 2021
Burlington Discover Jazz Festival, a program of the Flynn, produced in association with Burlington City Arts, returns to Downtown Burlington Friday, June 4 through Sunday, June 13.