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Laura Pels Theatre


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(New York, NY)
Harold & Miriam Steinberg Center for Theatre 111 West 46th Street
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by Rachael F. Goldberg - Oct 8, 2021
It seems fitting, in many ways, to return to live theater with such an incredible and incredibly well told story of optimism, humor, and resilience. Theater J’s season opener is a beautiful, thoughtful biography of a woman who can remind us of the value of intimate, loving relationships and how to keep going through moments of adversity – reminders we can all certainly benefit from right now.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 27, 2021
Soho Rep will present while you were partying (November 3-28), created by Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey with Brian Fiddyment, the acclaimed company’s first full production since before the COVID-19 shutdown
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 27, 2021
With the world at our fingertips through our cellphones and other electronic devices, and an app for every imaginable purpose, we have allowed distractions to invade and rule our lives -- but at what price?
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 26, 2021
Risking it all for love over a game of chance has never sounded like it feels so good until multi-award winning East Coast Acadian country artist Laurie LeBlanc sings about it in his new single, 'All In' - available now.
by Student Blogger: Kelsey Piccirillo - Oct 22, 2021
I started my college journey in 2016 at Fullerton College. In 2020 I graduated with my Associate's in History. I currently attended Southern New Hampshire University online and am one class away from my Bachelors in English and Creative Writing. I plan to continue school at either UCLA or USC to get my Masters and PHD in Library Science.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 21, 2021
Fathom Events, BY Experience, and Pathé Live will present the “2021-2022 Bolshoi Ballet in Cinema” series, featuring the world’s best dancers in five iconic productions, screening exclusively in cinemas, from November 2021 through May 2022.  
by Gary Naylor - Oct 16, 2021
Marek Horn's blistering satire hits plenty of marks as he gets a tune out of a fine cast obsessing about tuna
by Gary Naylor - Nov 26, 2021
Ferocious and funny, Ireland's play has lost none of its power, and gained even more relevance, ten years on from its Omagh debut
by Richard Sasanow - Nov 24, 2021
Talk about ‘spoiler alerts,’ there was a big one for me early in the opera, EURYDICE, by Matthew Aucoin to a libretto that he and Sarah Ruhl fashioned from her play of the same name, which had its Met premiere last night. Eurydice tells Orpheus “Don’t look at me,” which to me mirrored the scene at the end of the piece in the Underworld when Hades tells him that he can take her back to the land of the living if he doesn’t look back at her…which, of course, he does.
by Emily Short - Nov 18, 2021
Broadway at the Bass brings CATS to Fort Worth. Cat person or not, go see CATS at Bass Performance Hall!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 15, 2021
Soho Rep has added two weeks of performances to the world premiere of while you were partying, created by Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey with Brian Fiddyment, which opened Wednesday night (November 10). The show, which is Soho Rep’s first full production since before the COVID-19 shutdown, will now run through December 12.
by Megan Siemieniak - Nov 12, 2021
Oklahoma has made its way to Minneapolis. Daniel Fish took an old classic, with music by Rodgers & Hammerstein, and re-imagined how the dark and intense themes of this classic show meet the 21st century. This is the first stop for the Oklahoma tour after its 2019 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical.
by Jade Kops - May 22, 2022
U.B.U: A Cautionary Tale of Catastrophe has the tagline “Filth, Farts, Murder, Mayhem, Perverts, Puppets'. Richard Hilliar’s work delivers this promise with a raucous, energetic, entertaining and musical evening. The production has captured the pantomime genre superbly.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2022
Joshua Henry will head the cast of Brave New World: The Musical (as World Controller Thomas Mond) for an invitation-only industry reading on May 23rd in Midtown Manhattan. Joining Henry will be Solea Pfeiffer, Ephraim Sykes, and more.
by A.A. Cristi - May 16, 2022
A real-life mysterious island in Nova Scotia is the setting for a brand new musical opening May 27, developed entirely by Indianapolis writers. Joe Barsanti and Brandi Underwood first began work on 'Oak Island: A New Musical' in 2016. Six years, several workshops, a concert version, and one pandemic later; the story of a family reckoning with buried treasures and resentments will finally be open for all to see.
by Michael Quintos - Mar 7, 2022
Playwright Pearl Cleage's WHAT I LEARNED IN PARIS---now on stage at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa through March 19, 2022---takes place during the historic win of Atlanta's first black mayor in 1973 and focuses on a romantic triangle between a young campaign staffer and two much older men she works with at the election HQ.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 30, 2022
Loft Ensemble in North Hollywood is set to present the fifth production of its ninth anniversary season, The Concrete Jungle (A Chicano Horror Play) by Travyz Santos Gatz.
by Review Roundups - Mar 28, 2022
On Friday night, two-time Tony Award winner Matthew Broderick and two-time Emmy Award winner Sarah Jessica Parker made their return to Broadway in the long-awaited first preview of Neil Simon's classic comedy about marriage, Plaza Suite under the direction of Tony Award winner John Benjamin Hickey.
by Luke Evans - Mar 22, 2022
This production of The Cake may not be perfect, but what it lacks in thematic depth, it makes up for in confectionary charm and good intentions.
by Rich Mehrenberg - Mar 19, 2022
The Ephrata Performing Arts Center takes a step outside of the community theater comfort zone with their recent production of Hedda Gabler. While many theaters are catering to the greatest common denominator, EPAC continues to take risks and prioritize quality over quantity. This production is a perfect example of that mission.
by Gary Naylor - Mar 19, 2022
Laughs and learnings from an accomplished, if somewhat lopsided, dramedy
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 17, 2022
Times Square Arts, the largest public platform for contemporary performance and visual arts, is pleased to present THE POEM, an immersive public art installation by Cuban artist Raúl Cordero, on view April 8 - May 4, 2022.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Mar 17, 2022
On the night marking two years since theatres were forced to close their doors due to the pandemic, we are reminded of the power of theatre in Franz Xaver Kroetz’s Tom Fool. This poignant and disquieting play from 1978 neatly explores the crumbling of a family as social pressures thwart their ambitions and expectations.
by Roy Berko - Mar 14, 2022
Cleveland Play House's Artistic Director, Laura Kepley, in her comments in the playbill for ANTIGONE states, 'We originally programed ANTIGONE to be produced during the 2019-2020 season. The play was in its second week of rehearsals when we had to make the heartbreaking announcement that the production was cancelled.' The rampant COVID epidemic had struck the theatre world!
by Sonja Niles - Jan 22, 2022
The production team did a great job of making the voices audible and the set inviting to the viewer's eye. There is merchandise to peruse in the lobby and I may be 'dating' myself by saying that the prices are a 'good bargain'. January can be a long and tedious month to put up with, so do yourself a favor and take in 'That Golden Girls Show: A puppet parody ' at the Orpheum Theater this weekend, you'll be happy to have something to smile about when you recall the days of Winter 2022.
by Michael Major - Jan 21, 2022
Tony-nominee Lilli Cooper plays Doc in all 13 episodes the reboot, joined by the beloved original Fraggles and new voices, such as Cynthia Erivo, Daveed Diggs, Patti Labelle, and more. Cooper discuss the series' updated version of Doc, Jim Henson's impact, working with John Tartaglia, and her return to Broadway!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 14, 2022
Today, Yot Club (the project of Ryan Kaiser) shares his brand new EP Santolina, out now via Nice Guys Records.
by Gary Naylor - Jan 11, 2022
Skiing on stage? That's not the only slippery slope in this clever adaptation of the 2014 Swedish movie about failing fathers and the, gulp, crisis of masculinity.
by Bobby Patrick - Dec 6, 2021
You see my dear ones, in the end, it’s all in his singing. Moss has one of those rare tonal qualities that can only be described as, “A tear in the voice” and it is this heartfelt vulnerability that draws you into his music as he travels from Hilariousville to Haunting Town and back again.
by Michael Major - Dec 3, 2021
In alignment with 'Pink Lemonade's' lyrical content, the visuals highlight the conflict of Rayne's introspection as she is seen going from a party scene to deep into her thoughts. She's seen hoping that even though she's distracted with life that whenever she's ready the girl on her mind will always pick up the phone. Watch the new video now!
by Student Blogger: Zac Denver Lee - Dec 29, 2021
Go out and meet your friends. Half of my December was booked by friends, to catch up with them because I’m not able to spare time to meet them during the semester. What I also did was to catch up on sleep (not scientifically proven to work) and catch up on my favorite shows. Honestly, it’s enjoyable.
by Michael Major - Dec 29, 2021
In an exclusive clip shared by the Today Show, Daniel Radcliffe, Emma Watson, and director Chris Columbus revealed the challenges of filming Harry Potter when they were young. The clip is from HBO Max's upcoming Return to Hogwarts reunion special, featuring interviews and appearances from Rupert Grint, Helena Bonham Carter, Ralph Fiennes, and more.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 27, 2021
Following a one-year hiatus, Eve Ensler's wildly popular series of monologues about women and performed by women is back for the nineteenth year with the Roxy Regional Theatre's presentation of THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES, January 7 - January 15.
by Kathleen Anwar - Dec 27, 2021
Book your next Botox session in advance because The Play that Goes Wrong is guaranteed to produce permanent laugh lines in all audience members. This incredible farce at Chicago's Broadway Playhouse at Water Tower Place is the perfect way to let go and truly escape both the drama and banality of everyday life. Though the humor largely centers around slapstick high jinks, this isn't your father's slip-on-a-banana-peel gag reel. Instead, this show combines perfectly timed prop and set mishaps with a wildly clumsy cast creating the perfect comedic storm.
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Dec 21, 2021
'Flight' is an experience that will stay with viewers, as it should. It's an especially poignant production in the aftermath of the US withdrawal from Afghanistan, though it's also a reminder that stories like Aryan and Kabir's existed long before, and will continue to exist long after the political and military dust have settled. But Studio's production is a beautiful, clever presentation of a heart wrenching story, and perfectly captures the love, hope, and loss that drives refugees - and all of us.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 21, 2021
Ringing in a hopeful 2022, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater, CalArts' downtown center for contemporary arts, will kick off a full year of live performance and art. Through performances, screenings, and exhibitions, REDCAT will once again welcome in-person audiences—as well as online audiences around the world—from January through June 2022. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 20, 2021
Iconic pianist/composer Fred Hersch celebrates his ambitious new recording Breath by Breath in concert Tuesday, January 4–Sunday, January 9 at the Village Vanguard, 178 7th Avenue South, New York City.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 14, 2021
The Little Theatre of Manchester is seeking a multi-racial cast for an April production of Noises Off. Auditions will be held on Sunday and Tuesday, 1/2 and 1/4 at 7 pm at Cheney Hall, 177 Hartford Road in Manchester. If callbacks are needed, they will be held Thursday 1/6.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 1, 2021
Soho Rep, responding to demand, today announced a final extension of the world premiere production of while you were partying, to December 19. Created by Peter Mills Weiss and Julia Mounsey with Brian Fiddyment, while you were partying opened to extraordinary critical praise that led to an initial extension to December 12.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 7, 2022
Loft Ensemble in North Hollywood is set to present the fifth production of its ninth anniversary season, The Concrete Jungle (A Chicano Horror Play) by Travyz Santos Gatz. Directed by Mitch Rosander & Ignacio Navarro, the cast of this world premiere will feature (in alphabetical order) Lemon Baardsen, Macedonia Bullington, Berenice Diaz, Kathleen Guevara, Sydney Jenkins, Jordan Klomp, Matt Lorenzo, and Alejandro Mungaray. There will be eight performances only, beginning Friday, April 8, and running through Saturday, April 23.
by Alyson Eng - Apr 6, 2022
Next week, Broadway and Disney Legend, Lea Salonga, will perform at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre on April 12th in Vancouver as part of her 2022 DREAM AGAIN TOUR. Known for her work on Broadway (Miss Saigon, Les Miserables), TV (The Voice Philippines), and film (singing voice of Disney’s Mulan and Princess Jasmine of Aladdin), Lea is the epitome of a true global superstar.
by Nathaniel Jones - Apr 4, 2022
It is spectacular to see performers execute an iconic show steeped in its history. It’s even more spectacular when you reach those moments that allow you to feel like you were there based on the way the performers connect to the music and transport you to when it began. This production pulled out all the stops to be true to the music of Fats Waller
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 21, 2022
Machine de Cirque is a Québec City-based circus company staging a poetic and humorous production in which six guys find themselves alone in the world. They embark on a quest to contact other survivors with the help of a strange machine. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 19, 2022
BESPOKE PLAYS - a bicoastal new play development series - has announced BOLA OGUN (Shadow and Bone, The Witcher) will direct ISA BRIONES (Star Trek: Picard, Hamilton National Tour, Next to Normal) in the first staged readings of GRAVES by ELLIE PYLE.
by Michael Major - Apr 13, 2022
To mark the announcement she has shared the title track, “Car Therapy,” and its companion video directed by Sean Valdivieso and edited by hbaCreate. The video gives a window into the incredible recording process that took place at Spacebomb Studios. The orchestra was headed by Trey Pollard who was responsible for both conducting and arranging.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 12, 2022
Scotland's iconic Circus Cabaret Night is back, freshening the blood flow of Scottish Circus Arts. Created by Edinburgh-based company Delighters to demonstrate the true skill of Scotland's Circus scene today, their seventh event in the Cirqulation series is coming to Assembly Roxy on Sunday 24 April.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 11, 2022
Vivid Stage, formerly Dreamcatcher Repertory Theatre, in residence at Oakes Center at 120 Morris Avenue in Summit, will present a world premiere production of Life's Work by Laura Ekstrand from April 21 through May 1. All audience members will be asked to show proof of vaccination at the box office.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 10, 2022
The CM Performing Arts Center has announced their upcoming 49th Main Stage Season in The Noel S. Ruiz Theatre. Check their website regarding when tickets go on sale and auditions will be held. www.CMPAC.com
by Michael Major - Apr 1, 2022
Today he shares the album’s “Leaving Today” which was co-produced with Tom McFarland (Jungle) and notes “‘Leaving Today’ was written about what it would be like to go on tour again after so long. Listen to the new single now! Plus, pre-order the upcoming album.