Music Box Theatre

(New York, NY)
239 West 45th St.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
Shattered Globe Theatre is pleased to announce casting for its Chicago premiere of Kevin Artigue's SHEEPDOG, a love story that investigates the blurred lines between duty and passion in the face of police brutality, directed by Wardell Julius Clark.
by TV News Desk - Oct 30, 2019
Today, New York City's Charly Bliss have announced and released their new EP, Supermoon. The EP is a collection of songs written during the sessions for their 2019 critically acclaimed sophomore LP, Young Enough. Matt Wilkinson debuted the title-track this morning on Beats1 and Rolling Stone premiered the rest of the EP and profiled the band, calling it 'an epilogue of sorts to Young Enough.'
by BWW News Desk - Oct 24, 2019
Due to an overwhelming response, the Museum of Jewish Heritage - A Living Memorial to the Holocaust today announced that Auschwitz. Not long ago. Not far away., the most comprehensive Holocaust exhibition about Auschwitz ever presented in North America, will be extended until August 30, 2020. Produced by the international exhibition firm Musealia and the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum in Poland, the groundbreaking exhibition is the largest ever on Auschwitz with more than 700 original objects and 400 photographs.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 22, 2019
JAGGED LITTLE PILL celebrates their moving day into the Broadhurst Theatre on Broadway today, with the release of a first look at the full cast.
by TV - Press Previews - Oct 22, 2019
The new Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill will begin preview performances at the Broadhurst Theatre (235 W 44th St., NYC) on Sunday, November 3, 2019, with an official opening night of Thursday, December 5, 2019.
by TV News Desk - Oct 22, 2019
Tanya Tucker's new video for “Bring My Flowers Now,” featuring Brandi Carlile and directed by acclaimed video director Trey Fanjoy (Miranda Lambert's “It All Comes Out in the Wash,” Steven Tyler's “Love Is Your Name,” Sheryl Crow's “Easy”), is out now. 
by Cary Ginell - Nov 8, 2019
'Bandstand' is a show that fell through the cracks, never sustaining the kind of buzz it deserved on Broadway. But a national tour is different from the Great White Way, and the producers of 'Bandstand,' which won a Tony Award two years ago for Best Choreography, is playing to ecstatic audiences in America's heartland. Its story of a group of musicians who return from World War II to form a band, is one of poignancy and real-life struggle. Trumpet player Scott Bell, who is making his debut performance as an actor, talks about getting used to his new acting muscles as well as sharing his stellar musicianship with audiences across the country.
by Stage Tube - Nov 4, 2019
The new Broadway musical Jagged Little Pill began preview performances just yesterday at the Broadhurst Theatre (235 W 44th St., NYC), with an official opening night of Thursday, December 5, 2019.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 4, 2019
The outrageous and flamboyant Jack Bartholet creates the most authentic and genuine cabaret show, Lady With a Song, using devices theatrical, flashy and absolute honesty.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2019
Today's top stories: BC/EFA celebrates Disney on Broadway tonight, and more!
by BWW News Desk - Nov 3, 2019
You oughtta know that Jagged Little Pill is officially in preview son Broadway!  The new musical is inspired by the themes and raw emotions laid bare in Alanis Morissette's seminal album of the same name. The Healys appear to be a picture-perfect suburban family - but looks can be deceiving. When the cracks beneath the surface begin to show, they must choose between maintaining the status quo or facing harsh truths about themselves, their community, and the world around them.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2019
From augmented reality to immersive dining, from ballet to waacking, from comedy to clowning, the festival exploring contemporary British Chinese experiences is returning for a bigger, bolder year of performance art. Delving into the past, present and future of the British Chinese population, the festival showcases a diverse wealth of talent celebrating innovation and exploring identity.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2019
a??a??a??a??a??a??a?? Infinite Variety Productions, a theater company dedicated to spotlighting women who have gone unnoticed in history, and Wildrence, an immersive design studio and New York's dynamic storytelling space, will collaborate to present the immersive non-fiction production of Nellie and the Women of Blackwell, January 30-March 7, 2020. The first of a series of fully immersive, guided theatre experiences that focuses on women's history, this world premiere breaks the barrier between history and present day and provides a space for the lives and words of the Blackwell Asylum's lost women to live on in a purposeful way.
by Paul Bolton - Nov 25, 2019
Tony Award winning Best Play 'The Humans' (2016) now showing at The San Jose Stage Company.
by Cindy Marcolina - Nov 22, 2019
Vivian has just received her first Academy Award nomination. When an actress comes forward to accuse her 82-year-old actor father who's suffering from degenerative dementia of sexual assault, her career and personal life threaten to crumble. Her half-sister Margo, an influencer who's quite involved in the promotion of the #MeToo movement, becomes only the tip of the iceberg.
by Jenny Ell - Nov 21, 2019
Once in a while, a musical comes along that truly reminds you why so many of us adore the art form. The show on this occasion is The Season, which officially opened at the Royal & Derngate in Northampton last night.
by Review Roundups - Nov 19, 2019
The West End production of Dear Evan Hansen, opened this week at the Noël Coward Theatre.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 16, 2019
The French singing actor and star of theater and cabaret stages packed 54 Below with a crowd of rabid fans, old and new, and one hopes and prays it won't be the last time.
by Anthony Walker-Cook - Nov 16, 2019
Though the Bunker will be closing early 2020, it has rightly garnered a reputation for providing a platform for new voices. The same is true for the two new pieces being performed there currently: not only are i will still be whole (when you rip me in half) and Before I Was A Bearthe respective debut plays of Ava Wong Davies and Eleanor Tindall, but they also proclaim their authors as confident new voices.
by TV News Desk - Nov 13, 2019
Freeform has announced the cast for “Last Summer,” its pilot from eOne and executive produced by Bert V. Royal (“Easy A,” “Recovery Road”), with Iron Ocean Productions' Jessica Biel and Michelle Purple (“The Sinner,” “Limetown”), and Max Winkler (“Jungleland,” “Flower”). Royal also penned the script, with Winkler directing. Production recently kicked off in Texas.
by Kay Kudukis - Nov 12, 2019
Many years ago, I was having drinks with a married couple who were my two best friends. They both greeted me with warm hugs, and then he ran out to the store for cigarettes. She had a pitcher of homemade margaritas, and suggested we enjoy them on the back patio. We'd just settled in, and were looking out on her beautiful garden when she quietly said, 'He wants a divorce.' I was shocked and confused, and my reaction surprised even me. I threw up. My mind was trying to figure out how this had happened - they'd worked so hard to be together, he'd talked her into marriage just a few years prior after being together for over ten years; I just didn't see this coming, and neither did she. In the end, she fared much better than I did; she went on a couple of dating sites, met a new guy and they're crazy in love. I don't think I ever got over it. And that's pretty much what Donald Margulies Pulitzer Prize-winning Dinner With Friends explores.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 7, 2020
London Classic Theatre today celebrate 20 years as an unsubsidised, independent production company working in the UK and Ireland. Since 2000 the company has transitioned from one of the success stories of the London Fringe to its current position as one of the UK's leading touring companies, producing 41 tours and visiting over 250 venues. Today the company announces their 2020 season.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 7, 2020
Infinite Variety Productions invite you to be part of a terrifying immersive theatrical experience: Nellie and the Women of Blackwell. The event runs January 30-March 7 at Wildrence, 59 Canal Street between Allen and Orchard Street in Manhattan's Lower East Side. This is based on a True Story
by BWW News Desk - Jan 6, 2020
Dance Naked Productions is proud to produce a Mini Sex Fest under the auspices of the Fertile Ground Festival.  A collection of three powerful solo shows, Naked At My Age, How to Really, Really? Really! Love a Woman, and Sexology: The Musical! all share an unusual female perspective on love and sex and relationship.  These shows celebrate freedom of sexual expression and the need for new narratives.  From sex work to cunnilingus to ethical non-monogamy, this trio of theatrical treats will whet your appetite, and satisfy your storytelling sweet tooth!
by Andrew Child - Jan 5, 2020
You know those cartoons where the little fish is eaten by a bigger fish and then, just when you think everything is going to be fine, that fish is eaten by an even bigger fish? That kind of sums up how Molly Smith Metzler's 2017 play, Cry It Out unfolds in its new production by Apollinaire Theatre Company. The piece begins like a playwright's exercise, juxtaposing two young mothers  from a New York suburb with little in common within the mutual confines of where their baby monitors can still receive signals from their respective nurseries. Through almost-realistic exchanges, we meet Lina, a rowdy, working class woman who has just had a baby boy named Max and Jessie, an upper-middle class corporate lawyer who has just given birth to a baby girl named Allison.
by Courtney Savoia - Jan 3, 2020
Written by Dion Boucicault, London Assurance, takes audiences on a wild ride through the eyes of eccentric characters and missteps along the way! Centered around Sir Harcourt Courtly and his betrothal to Grace Harkaway and the hilarity that ensues when they each end up falling for another person, including Sir Courtly's own son, this play is full of twists, turns, and plenty of quirky moments.
by Bonnie Lynn Wagner - Jan 24, 2020
The company just announced that the February Selection will be the controversial AMERICAN DIRT by Jeanine Cummins, which just released this week on January 21st. The is also Oprah Winfrey's Book Club Selection. The February Book Club will meet at stores nationwide on March 10th at 7 p.m. For more details, visit a store or sign up for the Barnes and Noble Book Club online to attend the March session.
by Greg Kerestan - Jan 23, 2020
Something is definitely wrong in Theresa Rebeck's claustrophobic dramedy- but who, or what, is it?
by BWW News Desk - Jan 22, 2020
Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 45th Anniversary season with a powerful drama about forgiveness set in Amish Country in Pennsylvania. PTC is thrilled to begin the year with the Philadelphia Premiere of The Kilroys List Honorable Mention, Everything is Wonderful, by Chelsea Marcantel.
by TV Scoop - Jan 22, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of PARTY OF FIVE, airing on FREEFORM on Wednesday, February 19, 2020!
by BWW News Desk - Jan 20, 2020
Shattered Globe Theatre is pleased to continue its 2019-20 Season with the Chicago premiere of Kevin Artigue's SHEEPDOG, a love story that investigates the blurred lines between duty and passion in the face of police brutality, directed by Wardell Julius Clark. SHEEPDOG will play January 16 – February 29, 2020 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available at, by calling (773) 975-8150 or in person at the Theater Wit Box Office. The press opening is Sunday, January 19 at 3 pm.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 2, 2020
Morán Morán has announced the first exhibition of New York-based artist Tommy Malekoff's work, titled Night Suns/Desire Lines. The show is comprised of a two-channel video installation and a series of twenty, small-scale silkscreen works depicting nocturnal street lamps, which both observe and venerate inherent aspects of late capitalism and the surprising split life it possesses.
by Sally Henry - Jan 18, 2020
He may be the showrunner for Disney's hit musical theatre love letter, HIGH SCHOOL MUSICAL: THE MUSICAL: THE SERIES, but Tim Federle is a self-professed a?oetheatre dorka?? at heart. And this weekend, he joins thousands of theatre kids just like him right here in Atlanta.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 5, 2019
Today's top stories: Jagged Little Pill opens on Broadway, and more!
by Review Roundups - Dec 5, 2019
Following its record-breaking, sold-out world premiere at American Repertory Theater last summer, Jagged Little Pill the musical celebrates opening night tonight, December 5, at the Broadhurst Theatre.
by Cindy Marcolina - Dec 5, 2019
Things haven't been easy for Dan after his split with his ex-wife Mandy. His best days now all have their daughter Maisie in them, and she's all he talks about. She's six and they're spending the day in London before she's due to go to her friend's birthday party. The unimaginable happens, and the cracks that were there become abysses. Roger Goldsmith's Maisie is the heart-wrenching account of a broken man.
by Stage Tube - Dec 5, 2019
During last night's episode of The Tonight Show, Alanis Morissette was one of the guests. Morissette and Fallon put on disguises and gave a surprise performance of 'The Little Drummer Boy' and Morissette's hit 'You Oughta Know' in a New York City subway station.
by TV - Red Carpets - Dec 5, 2019
Following its record-breaking, sold-out world premiere at American Repertory Theater (A.R.T) last summer, Jagged Little Pill the musical celebrates opening night tonight, December 5, at the Broadhurst Theatre.
by Andrew Child - Dec 4, 2019
In order to write about Open Theatre Project's 7th Annual Slam Boston (a series of home-grown 10 minute plays hosted at Boston Playwright's Theatre), one must first open up the discussion of the 'D' word. That's right, Boston. Let's talk about that 9-letter word that not only kills in Scrabble, but also purports to have the mystical power of selling tickets, encouraging productive conversation, and absolving institutions of the need to engage with their more inherently exclusive practices. Diversity.
by TV News Desk - Dec 3, 2019
a?oeExtra'sa?? Billy Bush sat down with Porter, who weighed in on the latest headlines and opened up about his career.
by Michael Dale - Dec 21, 2019
As usual, the family-focused New Victory Theater was packed with kids the afternoon this reviewer took in the charms and delights of Cirque Mechanics' 42FT-A MENAGERIE OF MECHANICAL MARVELS, but you won't need the little ones around to have a great time at their display of strength, acrobatics and humor that's small in size but big on personality.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2019
At BroadwayCon's First Look, attendees will be treated to an exclusive showcase of performances from the newest and most talked-about shows of the season. The lineup currently includes seven exciting shows, all performing exclusively for BroadwayCon fans.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2019
Shattered Globe Theatre will continue its 2019-20 Season with the Chicago premiere of Kevin Artigue's SHEEPDOG, a love story that investigates the blurred lines between duty and passion in the face of police brutality, directed by Wardell Julius Clark. SHEEPDOG will play January 16 a?" February 29, 2020 at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave. in Chicago. Tickets are currently available at, by calling (773) 975-8150 or in person at the Theater Wit Box Office. The press opening is Sunday, January 19  at 3 pm.
by TV News Desk - Dec 18, 2019
Letitia VanSant's entrancing new album Circadian is powerful and simple, harkening back to a time not too long ago when the lines between folk-singer, storyteller, and activist were not just blurred, but nearly nonexistent. In our modern age of categories and brands and sound bites, the aforementioned renaissance women and men have seemingly fallen through the cracks or have been pigeonholed into one role or the other. Enter Circadian, out February 21, and VanSant, a massively honest singer-songwriter tracing political realities to their spiritual roots. Yesterday, The Boot premiered “Something Real” and its accompanying music video, filmed on the Chesapeake Bay near VanSant's grandfather's old house with VanSant's friends and giant dog in tow. The song came to VanSant at a moment when she was feeling cynical about music and life in general. “I was at Kerrville Folk Festival not long after the death of a beloved songwriter named Jimmy LaFave,” says VanSant. “And although I never met him, I was amazed to feel how much his energy was still moving through the world as people sang his songs around campfires.” VanSant allowed her cloud of pessimism to blow over and found a new driving force; the miracle that we're alive and that we're so fortunate to gather with friends to create and sing songs in any form. “So I created the video with that kind of joy in mind.” Listen to “Something Real” here.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2019
Bad Girls Upset by the Truth,' a musical, comedic one-woman show originally by Austin Music Awards' 'Songwriter of the Year' Jo Carol Pierce, returns to Texas stages for multiple dates in March of 2020. Celebrating 30 years since the creation of 'Bad Girls Upset by the Truth,' actor Lauren Meckel and director Marea Colombo are reviving this southwestern cult theatre hit at a time when outspoken female artists are reclaiming country music.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2019
The cast of Jagged Little Pill will ring in 2020 live in Times Square this New Year's Eve, alongside Alanis Morissette on a?oeDICK CLARK'S NEW YEAR'S ROCKIN' EVE WITH RYAN SEACREST 2020.a?? The broadcast of the live program begins at 8:00PM EST on Tuesday, December 31 on the ABC Television Network.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 16, 2019
The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre (The Gamm) opens the new year with the off-Broadway hit Admissions by playwright Joshua Harmon (Significant Other, Bad Jews). Winner of both the 2018 Drama Desk and Outer Critics Circle awards for best play, Harmon's newest comedy-drama explores white privilege in education-a topic made even more relevant by the country's headline-making college admissions scandal. Bryn Boice, associate artistic director of Commonwealth Shakespeare Company, makes her Gamm directorial debut with Admissions. The production features Deb Martin (Maxine Faulk in The Night of the Iguana) and Jim O'Brien (Mr. Mundy in The Night Watch) as husband and wife prep school administrators pushing for racial diversity in the student body. Gamm newcomer Jacob Osborne plays their son, whose Ivy League ambitions expose deep cracks in his parents' progressive values.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2019
Merrimack Repertory Theatre (MRT) will present Audrey Cefaly's Maytag Virgin, a sweet, Southern romance about starting over again, from January 8 to February 2 at the Nancy L. Donahue Theatre at Liberty Hall, according to Executive Director Bonnie J. Butkas and Interim Artistic Director Terry Berliner. Eleanor Holdridge directs.
by TV News Desk - Dec 12, 2019
A thrilling new murder mystery series set in the first decade of the 1900s in Vienna from acclaimed screenwriter Steve Thompson (Sherlock, Deep State, Jericho) and based on the best-selling novels by Frank Tallis, VIENNA BLOOD premieres on six consecutive Sundays, January 19-February 23, 2020, 10:00-11:00 p.m. ET (check local listings) on PBS, and the PBS App. 
by Andria Tieman - Dec 10, 2019
Tanya Saracho's FADE is a witty and insightful look into work/life power dynamics. What makes this particular story so interesting is the manipulation of status as a minority in the workplace--against another person of the same minority group. Our two characters--Lucia (Elia Saldana) and Abel (Daniel Duque-Estrada) are both Mexican, but he works as a cleaner in her office, and she is a television writer. Playwright Saracho deftly manipulates ideas of class, and uses perceived shared culture as a weapon, and the result is both hilarious and maddening. Saldana and Duque-Estrada play off each other very well keeping the energy high in this 100 minute production.