Opened: November 23, 2004
Closing: January 30, 2005

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BACK TO THE FUTURE North American Tour to Launch Summer 2024 by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 28, 2023

The 2022 Olivier Award-winning Best New Musical, BACK TO THE FUTURE: The Musical will launch a North American Tour in the summer of 2024. See tour stops, and learn how to purchase tickets!

Further Casting Confirmed for Noël Coward's THE VORTEX at Chichester Festival Theatre by Aliya Al-Hassan - Mar 28, 2023

Further casting has been confirmed for Noël Coward’s The Vortex, the opening production of Festival 2023 at Chichester Festival Theatre, playing from 28 April – 20 May.

Student Blog: I Guess I'll Miss the Show (an ode to PIPPIN) by Student Blogger: MJ Kirsche - Mar 28, 2023

Yesterday I closed my first show of college. Our show, Pippin, meant so much to me, I’m not sure how to begin. 

100 FOOT WAVE Returns For Its Second Season in April by Michael Major - Mar 27, 2023

The second season of the Emmy-winning HBO Original six-part docuseries 100 FOOT WAVE, directed and executive produced by award-winning filmmaker Chris Smith (HBO’s “Branson”) and executive produced by Emmy, Golden Globe, and Tony winner Joe Lewis (“Fleabag”), will return in April. Watch the video trailer for the new season now!

Rich Hall, Plus Special Guests, Will Perform a Benefit Show at Bush Hall For Maggie's Cancer Charity by Stephi Wild - Mar 27, 2023

Comedian Rich Hall will be playing one night this spring at the Bush Hall to raise money for Maggie's, a cancer support charity funded by donors working in conjunction with hospitals all over the UK.

Review: THE DEAD CITY (DIE TOTE STADT), London Coliseum by Alexander Cohen - Mar 26, 2023

Annilese Miskimmon directs an arresting new production of Korngold's cult operatic meditation on melancholy

Videos: Watch Norm Lewis, Micaela Diamond & More in UP HERE Musical Numbers by Michael Major - Mar 24, 2023

Up Here features an impressive lineup of Broadway stars, including Andréa Burns, Katie Finneran, Norm Lewis, Brian Stokes Mitchell, Aisha Jackson, Micaela Diamond, and more, performing new songs by EGOT winning songwriters Kristen Anderson-Lopez and Robert Lopez (“Frozen, “Coco,“ “WandaVision,” “Book of Mormon”). Watch the music videos now!

New Jersey Theatre Alliance Appoints Career Accelerator Program Fellows by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 23, 2023

New Jersey Theatre Alliance has announced their inaugural cohort of Career Accelerator Fellows: Amoria Burks, Jamie Goodwin, and Dez Wesley.

Jake Shears Shares New Track 'Devil Came Down The Dance Floor' by Michael Major - Mar 23, 2023

Jake Shears (the musician and frontman of seminal NYC indie glam-pop greats Scissor Sisters) has shared brand new track, “Devil Came Down the Dance Floor”, featuring Amber Martin. It’s the second preview of his forthcoming album Last Man Dancing, which was introduced in irresistible style recently with first single “Too Much Music”.

Review: KILLING THE CAT, Riverside Studios by Gary Naylor - Mar 23, 2023

Existential questions abound in world premiere of a musical that does not make the fur fly

TOPDOG/UNDERDOG, HANGMEN, and More Set For The Gamm Theatre's 2023-24 Season by Stephi Wild - Mar 23, 2023

The Sandra Feinstein-Gamm Theatre has announced its 2023-2024 season comprising Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winners, landmarks of the American theater, and modern plays that have made waves in the theater world. 

ACCOMPLICE to Open at The Sherry Theater in April by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 22, 2023

ACCOMPLICE will open at The Sherry Theater in April!

Exclusive: Shoshana Bean Discusses Overcoming Self Doubt on TRUTH BE TOLD by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 22, 2023

Watch an exclusive clip of Shoshana Bean on Truth Be Told, opening up about self-doubt, mindfulness, healing and more.

Ayleen Valentine Shares 'epitaph' & 'i can't stop dreaming of you' Double Singles by Michael Major - Mar 22, 2023

Ayleen Valentine shares her second “a/b” single package “a/b__2.” The second of four package releases, Valentine explores the fragility and depth of solitude and loss on the new tracks. Along with the release Ayleen's announced tour dates with Ethan Bortnick after wrapping up dates supporting Riz La Vie.

Listen: Celebrate the Birthdays of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Stephen Sondheim by Nicole Rosky - Mar 22, 2023

Today, March 22, is a very special occasion for serious fans of Broadway. On this day in 1948 and 1930, Andrew Lloyd Webber and the late Stephen Sondheim were born. You can celebrate today by jamming two one (or both) of our playlists of their greatest work.

Interview: Director John Farmanesh-Bocca On His Vision For PICNIC By William Inge by Shari Barrett - Mar 21, 2023

John Farmanesh-Bocca is a multi-award-winning physical theatre director, the Founding Artistic Director of both Not Man Apart - Physical Theatre Ensemble (2005-2015) and Shakespeare Santa Monica (2003-2014). Now he has shifted gears to go on a search for America by directing the sensual, passionate, and delightfully funny Pulitzer Prize winning play Picnic by William Inge, with his version featuring an entirely Black American cast. I decided to speak with him about his vision for presenting the quintessentially American play and the unique challenges faced while shifting gears from physical movement to character development.

Review: NOISES OFF Snags Slapstick Laughs at SKYLIGHT MUSIC THEATRE by Kelsey Lawler - Mar 21, 2023

For its first play ever, Skylight has staged a hysterical romp that is cute, charming, and full of good energy and classic comedic antics.

Chibueze Ihuoma Sets Final Performance In HADESTOWN Tour by Stephi Wild - Mar 21, 2023

Chibueze Ihuoma, who launched the North American Tour of Hadestown in the Workers Chorus and took over the role of Orpheus last year, will play his final performance at the Hershey Theatre in Hershey, PA, on Sunday, April 9. 

Review: MISERY Loves Company in This Stage Adaptation of Stephen King's Ultimate Thriller at Jobsite Theater by Drew Eberhard - Mar 21, 2023

Misery written by the incomparable “Master of Horror” Stephen King was first released via Viking Press on June 8, 1987. The story revolves around the main character, romance novelist Paul Sheldon, and his self-proclaimed number-one fan Annie Wilkes. Paul is seriously injured in a car crash, and Annie being a former nurse discovers Paul and brings him home for rehabilitation. While staying in Annie’s home, Paul receives treatment and pain meds and soon discovers he is prisoner and forced to adhere to all of his captor’s demands.

Student Blog: Times Are Hard For Dreamers by Student Blogger: Zach Alderdice - Mar 27, 2023

Without a doubt, March is always the busiest month. And smack dab in the middle of March is Spring Break, every college student's favorite holiday. But for some of us, Spring Break isn't really a break. So the question remains: what are some of the ways I find moments of calm amidst the chaos?

HADESTOWN Teases London Transfer by Nicole Rosky - Mar 20, 2023

As Hadestown just marked its 1000th performance on Broadway at the Walter Kerr Theatre, the show might soon have another reason to celebrate. A recent Instagram post reads: 'London. Spring is Coming. Wait For Us.'

Video: Watch HADESTOWN Celebrate 1000th Performance with Curtain Call Song by BroadwayWorld TV - Mar 20, 2023

Hadestown, the Tony® and Grammy Award®-winning Best Musical, celebrated both tomorrow’s first day of Spring and the beloved show recently achieving a milestone 1,000 performances at Broadway’s Walter Kerr Theatre (219 West 48th Street) with a surprise appearance by songwriter Anaïs Mitchell and director Rachel Chavkin. Watch the full video!

Review: PARADE Marches Into Seacoast Repertory Theatre by Dan Marois - Mar 20, 2023

What did our critic think of PARADE MARCHES INTO SEACOAST REPERTORY THEATRE at Seacoast Repertory Theatre? Seacoast Repertory Theatre distinguishes itself once again with a bold choice of producing Parade, a dynamic musical production based on a true life story that tackles issues of antisemitism, mob mentality, and outright hate in the 1913 world of Atlanta, Georgia.

Interview: Co-Directors Jeremie Loncka And Rich Loya On (IM)MIGRANTS OF THE STATE At The Actors' Gang by Shari Barrett - Mar 17, 2023

For seventeen years, the teaching artists of the Actors’ Gang Prison Project have been creating transformational opportunities for incarcerated men and women. Their latest workshop production, (Im)migrants of the State, is performed by an ensemble of their alumni with over 240 years of combined incarceration who have found their way to freedom and now want to share their stories with audiences. I decided to speak with its co-directors, Jeremie Loncka, who also serves as the Director of Programs for the Actors’ Gang’s Prison Project, and ensemble member Rich Loya, about their vision for the project and how it came into being with the two of them at the helm.

The Greenhouse Ensemble To Celebrate 10th Anniversary With World Premiere Of MUSE by Stephi Wild - Mar 17, 2023

The Greenhouse Ensemble, under the Artistic Direction of its Founder Hazen Cuyler, announced that as part of the company's milestone ten-year anniversary, it will present the world premiere of Muse, a gripping family drama written by Frank Tangredi.

The Garden of Unearthly Delights Celebrates Record-Breaking Season by Stephi Wild - Mar 17, 2023

From record-breaking ticket sales and dozens of Garden shows scoring Fringe Awards and 5-star reviews,  The Garden celebrated its 21st anniversary with what was undoubtedly its biggest and most extravagant season ever.

Review: 5 By Jucoby Johnson at Jungle Theater by Joe Sarafolean - Mar 16, 2023

What did our critic think of 5 at Jungle Theater?

MOULIN ROUGE! THE MUSICAL to Present Sing-Along Performance in August by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2023

Moulin Rouge! The Musical will have a very special Spectacular Sing-Along Performance on Wednesday, August 30, 2023 at 7:00 pm, at Broadway's Al Hirschfeld Theatre.

HADESTOWN, HAMILTON And More Announced For Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall 2023-24 Broadway Series by A.A. Cristi - Mar 15, 2023

The Barbara B. Mann Performing Arts Hall at FSW announces the 2023-2024 Fifth Third Bank Broadway Series. The Six-Show Series consists of several hit productions including Mrs. Doubtfire, Jagged Little Pill, To Kill A Mockingbird, and more.

Review: HADESTOWN at Rochester Broadway Theatre League by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Mar 16, 2023

What did our critic think of HADESTOWN at Rochester Broadway Theatre League? This touring production of 'Hadestown' could not have been better cast, with each performer taking turns captivating the audience and delivering lush, emotional musical performances.

Far From Saints Announce Release of Self-Titled Debut by Michael Major - Mar 15, 2023

Far From Saints – a new band featuring Kelly Jones of Stereophonics with Patty Lynn and Dwight Baker from The Wind and The Wave – will release their self-titled debut album via Ignition Records. News of the LP comes with the group’s latest single “Take It Through The Night” – a bluesy southern rock stunner.

Jordi Releases New Single 'Clear' by Michael Major - Mar 15, 2023

A driving rock anthem that explores overcoming self-doubt through the simple but time-tested acts of intentional forward momentum, Jordi and producer Joe Reinhart (Algernon Cadwallader / Hop Along) carve out space for deep breaths and room to think things through. Watch the new music video now!

Review Roundup: Nicholas Hytner's Immersive GUYS & DOLLS, Opens at the Bridge Theatre by A.A. Cristi - Mar 14, 2023

Guys and Dolls is now playing at the Bridge Theatre! The production runs from 3 March 2023 with opening night on 14 March 2023. Tickets are initially on sale through to 2 September 2023. Read reviews for the production!

Rising Nashville Songwriter Savannah Conley Releases New Single 'Don't Make Me Reach' by Michael Major - Mar 14, 2023

Conley is returning with a new single, “Don’t Make Me Reach,” along with a gorgeous new video. The new album is a stirring distillation of the pleasures and problems of growing up, it brims with the keen insights and bold choices and is a sit-up-and-take-notice debut album. Watch the new music video now!

Review: WOMADELAIDE 2023: DAY 4 at Botanic Park by Barry Lenny - Mar 14, 2023

There is so much to choose from at WOMADelaide.

MARRY ME A LITTLE: A COLD FEET CABARET Comes to The Green Room 42 This Month by Stephi Wild - Mar 14, 2023

When her live-in boyfriend of three years got down on his knee and popped the question, actress/singer Katie Zaffrann suddenly found herself asking questions: when it comes to weddings, does Doubt mean Don’t? What if your marriage proposal inspires fear and panic rather than happiness and excitement?

Review: HOW I LEARNED TO DRIVE at EPAC by Rich Mehrenberg - Mar 13, 2023

This show has a lot to consider and a lot to discuss for the appropriate theater patron. I went into EPAC's production of How I Learned to Drive not knowing what to expect. I have never heard of the show. EPAC's synopsis was not very helpful. It referenced 'a woman's coming of age through the 60's and 70's' and said that the story 'finds compassion and humor in the places you'd least expect'. I was prepared for something light and fluffy along the lines of the TV show, The Wonder Years. I was wrong, very wrong.

Colt Ford and Creed Fisher Will Play SERVPRO of Chesterfield After Hours by Stephi Wild - Mar 13, 2023

Colt Ford and Creed Fisher are coming to the River City Sportsplex in Midlothian, VA on Saturday, July 15, 2023 as part of the SERVPRO of Chesterfield After Hours 2023 Season. Tickets go on sale Friday, March 17, 2023 at 10:00 AM.

Review: THE GREAT RAHWANA Made Its Grand Return to the Stage by Rakaputra Paputungan - Mar 13, 2023

As part of their 49th anniversary, TEATER KELILING revived THE GREAT RAHWANA for a 2-show run on Saturday, March 4th, 2023 at Teater Besar, Taman Ismail Marzuki. THE GREAT RAHWANA was previously shown in 2019 at the Ciputra Artpreneur. This revival brings great acting, bombastic music, spectacles, and the same familiar story.

Review: WOMADELAIDE 2023: DAY 2 at Botanic Park by Barry Lenny - Mar 13, 2023

WOMADelaide brings the World to you.

Review: THE ONE FOUR FIVES at The Improv Shop by James Lindhorst - Mar 12, 2023

Meeting at the intersection of improvisation and musical comedy is THE ONE FOUR FIVES, a comedy troupe that performs at The Improv Shop in St. Louis. THE ONE FOUR FIVES are made up of four women and three men who create two entirely original musicals at each performance. This performance of the fertility clinic musical was filled with plenty of poppycock, balderdash and hearty laughs for the bits that worked. Where THE ONE FOUR FIVES really showed their improvisational expertise was in their second act titled, “A Day in the Life.” After selecting a volunteer audience member, one of the troupe members interviewed the audience member about their day and allowed the other six on-stage comedians to ask clarifying questions. Based on the interview they created a 25-minute musical narrative.

Review: ANASTASIA is a Journey to the Past That Thrives in the Present by Alyson Eng - Mar 12, 2023

One of Broadway’s newest musicals, ANASTASIA, has arrived in Vancouver! Being the 3rd musical to come to Vancouver this year with Broadway Across Canada, ANASTASIA has proven itself to be the best one yet.

Shaw Festival Posts Significant Fundraising Results For 2022 Season by Blair Ingenthron - Mar 11, 2023

During the Shaw Festival's Annual General Meeting, Treasurer Greg Prince announced the Shaw Festival attained operating revenues of $35.7 million – The Shaw's largest operating revenue level ever – and posted an operating surplus of $7,000 for the 2022 season, the most multi-faceted and extensive season yet produced at The Shaw.

Review: RUSSIAN TROLL FARM at Geva Theatre by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Mar 11, 2023

What did our critic think of RUSSIAN TROLL FARM at Geva Theatre?

Review: Donna McKechnie Continues To Make Theatre History with TAKE ME TO THE WORLD �" THE SONGS OF STEPHEN SONDHEIM At 54 Below by Bobby Patrick - Mar 11, 2023

Ms. McKechnie's voice is, without a doubt, one that echoes down the hallways of theatre history and deserves to be heard in the here and now.

Review: The Tony Award-Winning Musical HADESTOWN Stuns At The Bushnell by Brooks Appelbaum - Mar 10, 2023

The national tour of the much-lauded Hadestown is playing at the Bushnell in Hartford through March 12, and this production is nothing short of stunning.

THE 25TH ANNUAL PUTNAM COUNTY SPELLING BEE to Open Theatre In The Park 2023 Season by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 10, 2023

Theatre in the Park will open 2023 Season with INDOOR musical, 'The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee,' March 10-26.

Hannah Grae Releases Brand New Single 'Hell Is a Teenage Girl' by Michael Major - Mar 10, 2023

Self-taught musician and songwriter, Hannah Grae, releases her fourth single “Hell Is A Teenage Girl.” The track, written by Hannah Grae alongside producer Rob Brinkmann, explores navigating turbulent teenage years and encapsulates the feeling of finally standing up for yourself and fighting back.

Lisa Heller Releases New Single 'hollow' by Michael Major - Mar 10, 2023

One of bedroom / lo-fi pop's rising stars Lisa Heller is dropping 'hollow'. The track is the latest single from her upcoming SADIE EP. “hollow” follows previous singles 'brown paper bag' and 'you were the worst part of my life'.


Doubt has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2004.
Performance (Obie Awards) for Cherry Jones, Playwriting (Obie Awards) for John Patrick ShanleyOutstanding Director (The Lortels) for Doug Hughes and Outstanding Play (The Lortels) for Manhattan Theatre Club.
Performance (Obie Awards) for Cherry Jones, Playwriting (Obie Awards) for John Patrick Shanley Outstanding Director (The Lortels) for Doug Hughes and Outstanding Play (The Lortels) for Manhattan Theatre Club.



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