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by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021
Fran Drescher and Joely Fisher have been chosen by SAG-AFTRA’s national membership to fill the respective roles of president and secretary-treasurer, two of the union’s highest-ranking offices. Their two-year terms began immediately upon the certification of the ballot count today. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
BODYTRAFFIC will return to the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts with three mesmerizing works that embody the contemporary dance company’s energy and sophistication, including the world premiere of Recurrence, a duet created by company member Ethan Colangelo.
by Jim Munson - Sep 23, 2021
It would appear that acclaimed baritone Sidney Outlaw is having the busiest year of his career. In addition to starring as composer Antonio Salieri in Opera San José’s new virtual production of Rimsky-Korsakov’s 'Mozart and Salieri,' Outlaw will be performing 'Barber of Seville,' 'Porgy and Bess,' and 'La Bohème.' BroadwayWorld speaks with Outlaw.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
Legacy Launch Pad Publishing is releasing the second book by entrepreneur Gene Moran, founder and president of the consulting firm Capitol Integration.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 15, 2021
Escapist, dated nonsense, but such fun and beautifully done.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 28, 2021
City Recital Hall, Sydney announces a rescheduled date for the much-anticipated performance by pianist Alexander Gavrylyuk. The proud Ukrainian-Australian and one of the true piano masters of the world will take to the stage on Thursday, 16 December. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 21, 2021
The MARTHA HILL DANCE FUND has announced the 2021 Martha Hill Dance Fund Virtual Celebration, November 22, 2021, streaming pre-recorded via Vimeo, but with the energy of a live happening! 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 30, 2021
FirstWorks will present renowned composer, violinist and activist Daniel Bernard Roumain (DBR) and 'The Telling' at 8 p.m. on January 22, 2022 at WaterFire Arts Center. 'The Telling' is a new collection of his original compositions with instrumental solos, dance and chamber music - each exploring the question: how can we, the living, honor the lost?
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 Alexander C. Kafka - Nov 16, 2021
At Round House Theatre, an alluring production of Lauren Yee's somewhat contrived 'The Great Leap,' a 'socio-political fable' about sports and Sino-American politics
by A.A. Cristi - May 9, 2022
Avon Players' 75th season closes with the sweeping biographical musical Evita running May 27-June 11.
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
Béla Fleck & Abigail Washburn will return to The Nancy & David Bilheimer Capitol Theatre in April 27, 2022.
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 A.A. Cristi - May 2, 2022
Virginia Repertory Theatre presents a new play, Bonnie and Claire, which was meant to have its world premiere in May of 2020, but COVID forced us to cancel. 
by Stephi Wild - May 17, 2022
Language barriers don't exist for disabled dancers; dance and music are universal languages. Through this exciting project, a series of three documentaries, celebrate and connect disability arts communities in Korea and Australia. The documentaries highlight the extraordinary career pursuits of dancers with disability who succeed against all odds during a pandemic.
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2022
The Center for the Arts at George Mason University announced today its 2022/2023 season of mainstage performances, featuring a diverse lineup of artists and ensembles across many genres, as part of Great Performances at Mason and the Family Series.
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2021
Olivia Jacobs has announced that she will be stepping down as Co-Artistic Director of Tall Stories, the theatre company she co-founded with Toby Mitchell in 1997, to take on the role of Artistic Associate.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 7, 2022
​​​​​​​Dramaten (The Royal Dramatic Theatre of Sweden), The Earth Commons-Georgetown University's Institute for Environment and Sustainability, The Embassy of Sweden in Washington, DC, and The Laboratory for Global Performance and Politics announce the launch of We Hear You-A Climate Archive, co-conceived by Caitlin Nasema Cassidy and Jacob Hirdwall.
by Roger Catlin - Mar 31, 2022
The Kennedy Center's 50th anniversary (whose celebrations have largely been pushed back a year due to the pandemic) coincides with the golden anniversary of the annual residency there of New York's American Ballet Theatre, whose first performance there came the day after the venerable Washington Performing Arts center opened in 1971.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 30, 2022
The UK/Australia Season, the largest and most ambitious cultural exchange between the two nations, today announces a series of new commissions and UK premieres as part of Edinburgh International Festival (5 – 28 August 2022). The diverse group of Australian performing artists is the largest contingent to attend the festival in its 75-year history.
by - Mar 3, 2022
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 3/3/2022 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 10, 2022
Artist Series Concerts of Sarasota presents Taiwanese-American violinist Max Tan in performance with Joseph Holt, piano on Thursday, April 7 as part of the Lunch and Listen series at Bird Key Yacht Club, 301 Bird Key Drive, Sarasota.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 8, 2022
UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) announces the 2022–23 Fall/Winter program lineup bringing Grammy Award-winning musicians, masters of dance and multi-disciplinary collaborations to the stages of UCLA's Royce Hall and The Glorya Kaufman Dance Theater.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 23, 2021
The event will be one of two expert-led conversations happening during the week-long competition, the other taking place on July 20 that will revolve around dancer health and wellbeing that will be facilitated by The Healthy Young Dancer Project (THYDP). 
by - Jun 22, 2022
Special Offer - Last Week to See 'Clever,' 'Refreshingly Honest,' and 'Movingly Clear-Sighted' THE REFUGEES
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 22, 2022
Trinity Repertory Company elected three new members to its Board of Trustees last week for terms beginning July 1: Guillaume Bagal, Lisa Biggs, and Neha Gore Geraghty.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2022
100 Ways to Cross the Border, the debut feature documentary by artist, filmmaker, and educator Amber Bemak (Two Sons and a River of Blood, Goodbye Fantasy, Borderhole), is set to have its world premiere at the 2022 edition of BAMcinemaFest.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 15, 2022
Washington Performing Arts announces its 2022/23 Season with the theme of The World in Our City, running from October of 2022 through June of 2023 and featuring artists from 19 nations.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2022
The forthcoming South African Ballet International Ballet Competition (SAIBC) will  once again welcome capacity audiences and international judges and competitors in person to the beautiful Artscape Opera House from 26 to 30 July 2022. 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 7, 2022
In a taut political play, New York theatre company Dutch Kills pick apart how women are perceived in the higher echelons of American diplomacy.
by TV News Desk - Jul 7, 2021
The gala will include a seated dinner for 350 guests, an exciting live auction in partnership with Christie’s featuring unique works of art and luxury experiences with Lydia Fenet serving as auctioneer, a live performance, and dancing.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 28, 2021
The recording features performances from Kris Myers (Umphrey's McGee), Juno award winner Alpha Yaya Diallo, Grammy award winner Dobet Gnahoré, Grammy award winner Al Walser, Greek superstar George Perris, New York City Opera soprano Tharanga Goonetilleke, and many more.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 24, 2021
The virtual performance demonstrates the two orchestras’ musical friendship. This will feature a performance of the Allegro Spiritoso from J.C. Bach’s joyous Symphony for Double Orchestra in E-flat Major, Op. 18, No.1, one of only three symphonies that J.C. Bach scored for two orchestras.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 13, 2022
This September, The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts celebrates its namesake with two projects: the opening of Art and Ideals: President John F. Kennedy—a new permanent exhibit exploring Kennedy's presidency and commitment to the arts—and a reprise of Bernstein's MASS, which premiered at the Center's opening exactly 51 years earlier. These projects cap an extraordinary year that saw the Center reopen its doors after the pandemic lockdown for a landmark 50th Anniversary season.
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 26, 2022
For over 70 years, Ruth Finley and the game-changing Fashion Calendar she founded, scheduled every fashion event in New York City. At 95, she sold the calendar, ending an era. Filmmaker Christian D. Bruun celebrates the life of the charming and legendary Ruth Finley in his award-winning feature documentary Calendar Girl.
by Michael Major - Jan 13, 2022
Through rare footage, oral histories, and interviews, The American Diplomat explores the lives and legacies of three African-American ambassadors — Edward R. Dudley, Terence Todman and Carl Rowan — who pushed past historical and institutional racial barriers to reach high-ranking appointments in the Truman, Eisenhower and Kennedy administrations.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 25, 2022
The Green Room 42 has announced their March line-up for in-person performances. Located inside YOTEL Times Square (570 Tenth Avenue, Fourth Floor), The Green Room 42 is Broadway's newest and most spacious cabaret club.
by Michael Major - Feb 17, 2022
Madison Wells, producer of Company, Hadestown, Slave Play, and Inheritance on Broadway, will develop a film adaptation of STATE OF TERROR, written by former Secretary of State, U.S. Senator and First Lady Hillary Rodham Clinton and New York Times best-selling novelist Louise Penny. Clinton and Penny will also serve as executive producers.
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 2, 2021
Annie Live! hits the small screen tonight (8pm) on NBC, and while we can't wait to see the show's pint-sized leading lady in action, we're equally excited to meet her canine companion! 
by Stephi Wild - Aug 4, 2021
In this comedy about love and diplomacy, Sally Adams, the unconventional ‘queen of Washington society’, is appointed US ambassador to the tiny Grand Duchy of Lichtenburg. She’s intent on refusing to shore up that country’s finances with American money. That is, until she meets Cosmo Constantine, the Lichtenburg foreign minister, and finds his charms irresistible.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 9, 2021
New Baltimore theater company Two Strikes Theatre Collective announces their 2021 season with virtual devised works, staged readings of original plays, a podcast, and the second annual Brown Sugar Bake-off play festival.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
The Nanny is now available to stream on HBO Max. It is also currently being developed into a Broadway musical! We spoke with Fran Drescher about The Nanny's enduring legacy, the development of the Broadway musical, if she'll ever return to a sitcom, how she's changed during this past year, and much more!
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 8, 2021
This year the Yale Drama Series Prize once again saw a robust and talented group of applicants dedicated to writing for the theater, receiving over 2050 submissions from 60 countries.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 7, 2021
Bang on a Can will present the second OneBeat Marathon – Live Online – on Sunday, May 2, 2021 from 12PM - 4PM EDT, curated by Found Sound Nation, its social practice and global collaboration wing. Over four hours the OneBeat Marathon will share the power of music and tap into the most urgent and essential sounds of our time.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 6, 2021
The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts today announced plans for its 50th Anniversary season, slated to begin in September 2021 with a grand reopening of its stages and campus and culminate in September 2022 with a fresh interpretation of the seminal work that opened the Center in 1971, Leonard Bernstein’s MASS.
by Roger Catlin - Apr 3, 2022
Couples planning intricate surprise dance moves at their upcoming wedding receptions might as well give up now. Nothing will ever top the astounding artistry and athleticism that is highlighted in the back and forth between the wedded pair in American Ballet Theatre's performance of 'Don Quixote' that caps their annual Kennedy Center residency.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 28, 2022
The Library Foundation of Los Angeles (LFLA) announced today that longtime local arts leader Stacy Lieberman has been appointed its next president and CEO, effective June 6, 2022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 27, 2022
Linda Shelton, Executive Director of The Joyce Theater Foundation, announced today that Aaron Mattocks, the organization’s Director of Programming, will step down effective July 15, 2022.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 20, 2022
South Chicago Dance Theatre, a multicultural organization that fuses classical and contemporary dance styles while preserving historic dance work, has announced An Evening with the South Chicago Dance Theatre: Celebrating Five Years, featuring five world premieres by five dynamic choreographers— Ron De Jesús, Stephanie Martinez, Crystal Michelle, Wade Schaaf and Kia S. Smith.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 13, 2022
The U.S. Embassy and Consulates in India will host American Hip Hop group The INV!S!BLES for live shows in Chandigarh, Hyderabad, Kolkata, Goa, and Chennai from April 19 to May 4, 2022.

Diplomacy Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Diplomacy have their been?
Diplomacy has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1901, Broadway which opened in 1910, Broadway which opened in 1914 and Broadway which opened in 1928.

What productions of Diplomacy have their been?
Diplomacy has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1901, Broadway which opened in 1910, Broadway which opened in 1914 and Broadway which opened in 1928.

What productions of Diplomacy have there been?
Diplomacy has had 4 productions including Broadway which opened in 1901, Broadway which opened in 1910, Broadway which opened in 1914 and Broadway which opened in 1928.