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Conflict - 1929 - Broadway


Fulton Theatre

(New York, NY)
210 W. 46th St.
by Rachael F. Goldberg - May 31, 2021
'Luther's Trumpet' is a fair production with an interesting premise - some parts are more intriguing than others, so the overall impression leaves a little more to be desired. But those electric moments when Luther confronts his adversaries and his stirring speech at the show's close definitely elevate it beyond that 'fair' evaluation into something fascinating.
by Charlie Wilks - May 30, 2021
To use any other word than ‘crisis’ to describe what is happening with today’s climate is ridiculous. Temperatures rise, natural resources dwindle and human beings waste more than ever. Is our planet saveable? Can we heal mother earth, or is it better to admit defeat and divert all resources into finding another place to build a sustainable ecosystem. This is the main question grappled with in Amy Berryman’s Walden.
by Stephi Wild - May 30, 2021
The film adaptation of J.T. Rogers' Tony Award-winning play Oslo, starring Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott, has officially premiered on HBO Max.
by Stephi Wild - May 27, 2021
Internet attorney and media journalist, Andrew Rossow launched AR Media Consulting to help provide a platform for those marginalized voices to be heard in media, regardless of Silicon Valley or Hollywood success.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 27, 2021
Suzanne Skees & Sanam Yusuf have announced the release of their new book, MY JOB Gen Z: Finding Your Place in a Fast-Changing World, released by the Skees Family Foundation in March 2021.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 24, 2021
A child with no memory lost at sea, a balloon afraid of soaring through the clouds, a splash of Black Girl Magic. Welcome to year two of Make/Believe, a theatre festival that challenges its young (and young-at-heart) audiences to indulge their imagination and open their minds to all the beautiful, complicated ways life presents itself.
by Barry Lenny - May 21, 2021
Another superb production from Red Phoenix.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 21, 2021
Season four of THE CHI, Season three of BLACK MONDAY and the debut season of FLATBUSH MISDEMEANORS will officially premiere on SHOWTIME on Sunday, May 23. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 20, 2021
Regarding the single singer Paul Butler says, 'The song is a self-evaluation at a low point. Very much a different version of myself, someone I most probably couldn't relate to anymore. But a version that needed to happen.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 20, 2021
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, led by Tania Miller, will perform the world premiere of JUNO-winning composer Vivian Fung's Flute Concerto 'Storm Within,' featuring VSO principal flutist Christie Reside as soloist, on Friday, June 4, 2021 at 7:30pm PT.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 20, 2021
The Vancouver Symphony Orchestra, led by Tania Miller, performs the world premiere of JUNO-winning composer Vivian Fung's Flute Concerto “Storm Within,” featuring VSO principal flutist Christie Reside as soloist, on Friday, June 4, 2021 at 7:30pm PT.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2021
Season 2 of Special begins streaming tomorrow, May 20th. 'Special', based off of Ryan O'Connell's memoir 'I'm Special: And Other Lies We Tell Ourselves', follows Ryan Hayes, a gay man with cerebral palsy, as he embarks on a journey of self-discovery, learning alongside his friends and family how to live life unapologetically and authentically.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 18, 2021
My Morning Jacket will present a wide-ranging live set encompassing new music alongside fan favorites and classic greatest hits from their epic catalog.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
In this, Award Winning,  one woman show Lynita Crofford plays both Englishwoman Emily Hobhouse who campaigned for the rights of women and children during the Anglo Boer War, of 1999-1902 and Tant Alie Badenhorst, a Boer woman held in a British concentration camp. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 17, 2021
Motivated by introspection, surrealism, and ephemerality, Glass House Point couples alt-rock roots with genre-bending production textures to create a sound that is authentically their own.
by Nicole Rosky - May 17, 2021
Today (May 17) in live streaming: more Miscast, Live at the Lortel with Ann James, Night of Covenant House Stars, and more!
by Tina Collins - May 17, 2021
Get lost listening to Dane Figueroa Edidi’s sensual and striking radio play GHOST/WRITER.
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - May 17, 2021
This is a plea to all of the writers out there-the introverted, hiding-behind-a-laptop, don't-look-at-me writers. Do improv. Join a troupe. Do it with your friends. Do it by yourself. (Robin Williams did!) There's the obvious benefit that everybody points to with improv-an increased ability to think and speak on the fly, growing more comfortable with public speaking.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021
Westport Country Playhouse will open its all-virtual 2021 production season with the regional premiere of “Tiny House,” a timely new comedy about downsizing, going green, escaping urban life, and fresh starts, written by Michael Gotch, and directed by Mark Lamos, Playhouse artistic director.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 13, 2021
On Fits of Laughter, frontman Ryan Anderson crafts the patchwork poetry of his lyrics by serenely observing the world around him. When matched with the band’s gorgeously jangly collision of country and folk-rock and dreamy psychedelia, the result is story-songs graced with raw humanity, wildly offbeat humor, and a transcendent sense of wonder.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 12, 2021
Today, Red Bull Theater announced that Laila Robins will join the cast of the first public presentation of a new dramatization of Ben Jonson’s Sejanus, His Fall, adapted and directed by Nathan Winkelstein, Red Bull’s Associate Artistic Director. Ms Robins replaces the previously announced Kate Burton, who withdrew due to a scheduling conflict.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 12, 2021
Dorset Theatre Festival has announced the submission deadline for the 8th annual Jean E. Miller Young Playwrights Competition, and details for the public presentation of the winning plays. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
Stay True, An LGBTQ+ Theatre Company presents their first annual Bloom: A Collection of New Queer Voices, In Memory of Timothy Conigrave. Bloom is a collection of new works written by playwrights in the LGBTQIA+ community.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
The World Premiere of George Jeffrie and Bert Tyler-Moore's stage adaptation the Channel 4 hit The Windsors will premiere this summer. The Windsors: Endgame will open at the Prince of Wales Theatre on 2 August with a press night on 10 August. Tickets are now on sale.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2021
This one-act is a bite-sized portion of Gilbert and Sullivan’s signature witty lyrics, catchy tunes, and ridiculous plotlines. Unlike most Gilbert and Sullivan shows, there is no spoken dialogue. This 30 min show will be followed by a Concert of G&S Favourites.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
In Antíkoni, Beth Piatote's retelling of the Greek tragedy, Antigone, a Native American family is torn apart over the fate of ancestral remains held by a museum. As Kreon, the museum director, and Antíkoni, his fierce opponent, argue over the terms of repatriation, a chorus of Aunties comments on the conflict through mythic storytelling and gossip
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 8, 2021
Following on from the success of previous single Victim of the Groove, 2021 is shaping up to be a big year for Tom, with his first show back being with legendary Welsh indie-rockers band Feeder.
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 Jake La Jeunesse - Jun 7, 2021
The Revival focuses on a group of bickering actors who slowly begin to realize their show is haunted. Director Jan Saussey pulls together a witty script and some theatre magic to craft an experience that is both charming and frightening. A superb cast of actors adds life (and death) to some difficult characters to portray.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 7, 2021
Yours Unfaithfully by Miles Malleson directed by Jonathan Bank is available on demand through June 14th only! Part of  the Mint Theater Company's Silver Lining Streaming Series of on-demand streaming of the three-camera archival recordings (filmed in HD!).
by Kevin Shaw - Jun 4, 2021
There's an old cliché that says, 'If you want to make God laugh, tell him your plans.' Although it's basically another way to say that what you plan for and what actually happens to you can be vastly different, it can ease the sting a bit, if you'll let it. That's a big 'if.' Ironically though, not only can the reality be dramatically different, in some (or many) ways, it can be much better.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 4, 2021
AXIOS is a co-production of HBO Documentary Films, AXIOS and DCTV; executive produced by Jim VandeHei, Mike Allen & Roy Schwartz; directed and produced by Perri Peltz and Matthew O’Neill.
by TV News Desk - Jun 4, 2021
The full album Beyond Blue will be released on 3 September 2021. Influenced by artists like Oasis, Radiohead, The Verve, Bruce Springsteen, Phosphorescent, The War on Drugs, Arizona and The 1975, The Nomadic produces a sound genre like no other as alternative rock meets blues with hints of Americana and pop.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 4, 2021
Berkshire Playwrights Lab and the Mahaiwe Performing Arts  Center will co-present a YouTube screening of James Anthony Tyler's Some Old Black Man, starring Wendell Pierce and Charlie Robinson
by Student Blogger: Mia Van Deloo - Jun 3, 2021
This past quarter, I was a dramaturg for a Wagner New Play Festival Show. The Wagner New Play Festival is an annual event where each M.F.A. playwright at UC San Diego writes a new work that is produced alongside M.F.A. directors, actors, and designers. Undergraduates are also able to participate in this process as I did.
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - Jun 3, 2021
When purity culture devotees suggest that the author must spoon-feed the moral status of every single character to the audience, they undermine both the intelligence of the viewers as well as the skill of the author.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 3, 2021
Ford's Theatre today announced the launch of The Lincoln Legacy Commissions—a new play development initiative for BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Color) playwrights that explores racial history and social justice in the United States and gives voice to lesser-known historical figures and their contributions to American life. Playwrights Pearl Cleage, Rickerby Hinds, Nambi E. Kelley, Dominic Taylor and Charlayne Woodard comprise the inaugural writers of The Lincoln Legacy Commissions.
by Jeremy Bustin - Jun 2, 2021
Andrew Gall has always been a writer – and a multitalented actor, director, playwright and designer for 30-plus years. But in his new home of Richmond, Virginia, the formerly North Carolina-based theatre veteran’s newest project is a return to source material he couldn’t fully appreciate until this point in his career – and he shines it through a societal and political prism that’s never been more relevant as it is today.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 2, 2021
“We are happy to work closely with Intence at the label” said “Chris Chin, CEO of VP Records. “His voice and music represent the new generation of talent out of Jamaica that fans all over the world are heavily attracted to.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 2, 2021
Claire Youmans has released her historical fantasy novel, The Shadows of War. This is the eighth book in The Toki-Girl and the Sparrow-Boy Series. How can Toki-girl Azuki abandon what she's worked so hard to achieve when rebellion threatens to shatter the Japanese Empire's fragile internal peace and fracture its relations with the outside world?
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 2, 2021
Littleglobe has been approved for a $30,000 NEA Grants for Arts Projects award to  support ¡Presente!: Stories of Home, Belonging and Displacement in Santa Fe.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 14, 2021
TheaterWorks Hartford is currently streaming Moonlighters by Hartford playwright Cin Martinez on demand through June 25, 2021. Directed by Drama Desk-nominee Jenn Thompson (The Mint’s Conflict and Women Without Men), Moonlighters is a futuristic, workplace story centering a female friendship, full of cariño.
by TV News Desk - Jun 11, 2021
The cast of 'In The Heights' features Anthony Ramos, Leslie Grace, Corey Hawkins, Melissa Barrera, Lin-Manuel Miranda, Daphne Rubin-Vega, Dascha Polanco, Stephanie Beatriz, Gregory Diaz IV, Olga Meridez, and Jimmy Smits.
by Erica Miner - Jun 11, 2021
The New York City-based award-winning baritone and Pittsburgh, PA, native specializes in dramatic roles of Verdi, Puccini, and Strauss
by Stephi Wild - Jun 10, 2021
Mike Stubbs is an observer of the idiosyncratic compulsions of British culture. His work often references the experiences of his youth in Bedford, from car culture and Santa Pod to flying days at Shuttleworth and the surrounding engineering and innovation plants of Bedfordshire. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 10, 2021
Polka Theatre, the UK's first theatre designed specifically for 0-12 year olds, is reopening its doors with an exciting season of new productions and free activities for the whole family this August. From a perilous adventure across swamplands, to a modern take on a fairy tale and a young girl's heart-warming adventure, there is something for everyone as Polka once again brings world class family theatre and creative learning activities to London following its two- and half-year closure.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 10, 2021
The Office of Nightlife at the NYC Mayor's Office of Media and Entertainment has announced the first-ever Office of Nightlife report. The 162-page report offers a record of the activities of the first three years of this new office, including its response to COVID-19, as well as almost two dozen recommendations for the future.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 10, 2021
Raised in Janesville, Wisconsin, Lee is known for his sharp wit, relatable jokes and joyful Midwestern humor – and received a rare standing ovation on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 10, 2021
All episodes are available to stream for subscribers on SHOWTIME and across all SHOWTIME partner platforms. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
Deemed one of the '25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World' by MovieMaker Magazine in 2019, the Third Horizon Film Festival returns for its fifth edition. This year the festival will be hosted hybrid style with a thoughtfully curated mix of in-person and virtual screenings beginning June 24, 2021, through July 1, 2021, in Miami, Florida.