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Music Box Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2021
All For One Theater and The Tank will present the archival film of the 2019 world premiere production of Open, a queer love story, streaming on demand June 21 through June 27, 2021 as part of The Tank’s annual PrideFest.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 9, 2021
Years from now – when historians write about the initial signs of life that began to emerge from the mists that shrouded the world of live performance toward the end of a worldwide pandemic – it may well be determined that Adam Pascal, the Tony Award-nominated actor, singer and musician, knew exactly how to reconnect to audiences starved for satisfying entertainment.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 9, 2021
Americans for the Arts today announced that Boston-based arts administrator Allentza Michel has been awarded the Jorge and Darlene Pérez Prize in Public Art & Civic Design, a first-of-its-kind national program established by the Jorge M. Pérez Family Foundation. The award will include a cash stipend of $30,000, as well as additional support for Michel to participate in learning opportunities and discussion about her work with national leaders in the arts and other allied fields.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 9, 2021
United States Artists has announced Lulani Arquette and Roberto Bedoya as recipients of 2021 Berresford Prize, an annual award that honors cultural practitioners who have contributed significantly to the advancement, wellbeing, and care of artists in society. Lulani Arquette and Roberto Bedoya are complementary figures in the field that have both created new possibilities for artists, and will each receive the $25,000 award this year. Their visionary approaches engender cooperation, promote thoughtful civic engagement, and advocate for artists on a local and national level. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
The artists, both established and emerging, explore the inherent physical qualities of materials that are formed and reformed by melting, as well as express their concern for the environmental melting point our planet seems to be approaching.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
Last month, Anika Larsen and Sammy Lopez collaborated with New York City Children's Theater to create a special recorded 'front porch' performance of the song 'Count on Me' by Bruno Mars for Kaleidoscope 2021 - a filmed celebration of their work.
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 Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2021
New York Theatre Workshop has announced the complete 2021/22 Season as well as initial work for the 2022/23 Season. The 2021/22 season begins this summer with Semblance by Obie Award winner, NYTW Usual Suspect & former 2050 Fellow Whitney White.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2021
The Joan W. and Irving B. Harris Theater for Music and Dance announced today its Harris Theater Presents season for 2021-22. Beginning with a free outdoor event on the Harris Theater Rooftop in August, the Theater will reopen to the public for the first time since March 2020.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 8, 2021
This past Saturday evening, June 5, Bay Area arts supporters gathered for a live stream event to celebrate Berkeley Repertory Theatre's plan to reopen this fall and to honor the 20th anniversary of its School of Theatre. Berkeley Rep's OVATION: Imagine was attended by over 500 people, tuning in from home and in private catered gatherings around the Bay Area.
by BWW Staff - Jun 24, 2021
Abdul Shayek was announced last year as the new artistic director and joint CEO of Tara Theatre (formerly Tara Arts), the British Asian company founded in 1977 in direct response to a racist attack on a Sikh teenager. Based in southwest London, Tara Theatre is the only building-based South Asian theatre company in the UK and is marking its new directorship with an ambitious and provocative new season as outlined by Shayek below. 
by - Jun 24, 2021
This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 6/24/2021 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jun 22, 2021
Though hard to believe it may be, Studio Tenn artistic director Patrick Cassidy and his wife Melissa Hurley Cassidy have been Tennesseans for well over a year now – he took the reins at Studio Tenn, the Franklin-based professional theater company that has gained critical acclaim and national notoriety during its existence for its unique blend of musicals and original plays – but only now, as theater re-emerges from the dark days of a pandemic-related shutdown, have we managed to get the peripatetic Mr. Cassidy to take time out from his hectic schedule to answer our questions and give BroadwayWorld readers a chance to get to know him better.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2021
The New York Public Library for the Performing Arts's Jerome Robbins Dance Division has selected its new class of Dance Research Fellows. Selected from a robust pool of applicants, these researchers and dance artists will explore the complex relationship between dance and democracy.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2021
Satellite Collective's Spring 2021 Fellows cohort represents a full circle of collaboration, as the selected artists were hand-picked from their participation in Satellite's worldwide game of Telephone 2 in 2020.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 22, 2021
Encouraged by overwhelmingly positive feedback from guests, artists and sponsors, Dr. Phillips Center today announced it will extend its award-winning Frontyard FestivalTM through mid-December. The festival was originally expected to close June 12.  
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 22, 2021
The LA Opera Board of Directors has elected Keith Leonard as the new chair. Leonard, a board member since 2015, has served as the chair of the executive committee and vice chair of the campaign committee for the past year, where he worked closely with both board and staff leadership.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 21, 2021
Textile Museum of Canada and Toronto Biennial of Art announce their partnership in the presentation and tour of the exhibition Double Vision: Jessie Oonark, Janet Kigusiuq, and Victoria Mamnguqsualuk.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 21, 2021
After 18 years as Executive Director of the greater Bay Area membership service nonprofit Theatre Bay Area, Brad Erickson, 62, has announced that he will step down at the end of 2021 to return to the East Coast and pursue a new endeavor.
by Paula Makar - Jun 18, 2021
Mirette is based on the Caldecott Award-winning book Mirette on the High Wire by Emily Arnold McCully. The musical runs June 16-20 at the Century II Convention Hall, with excellent socially distanced seating. If you have children, RUN, don’t walk, to purchase tickets for this delightfully charming treasure. It’s the kind of show that will turn children into lifelong theatre goers. The story is simple, the characters are timeless archetypes, the message is positive, and the artistic value is high despite the impositions of strict COVID19 restrictions.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 18, 2021
The Washington Ballet today announced its 2021/22 “Season of Gratitude,” marking the company’s return to live performances after more than 16 months of pandemic-related strictures. The 2021/22 season features five productions, including an Opening Performance Celebration, The Nutcracker, Swan Lake, and more.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 18, 2021
Michel Zgarka, President & CEO of Hitlab, Inc. has announced the company's participation as a key sponsor of MIDEM Africa, the first pan-African digital music event dedicated to the continent's vibrant music community, to be held June 28 - July 1. Mr. Zgarka has been taking part in MIDEM for over 4 decades and has come to consider this gathering as one of the most significant music industry forums.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 18, 2021
The Paper Birds is a multi-award winning devising theatre company with a political and social agenda and a vision to provoke change, one encounter at a time. Following the successful tour of Ask Me Anything in 2020 – cut short by the global pandemic – The Paper Birds continue to engage with young people through The School of Hope (TSoH), a digital arts and global citizenship project for young creatives, aged 13-25.
by Scott Rawson - Jun 17, 2021
Tonight’s festivities are especially exciting, James DeVita’s “An Improbable Fiction”! Six improbable Shakespearean characters hang out at The Boar’s Head Tavern during the plague
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2021
Under the creative leadership of Peter Higgin, this Enrichment practice has included magical installations in primary schools, long form storytelling projects in care homes, family theatre productions and innovative research and development.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2021
Taking place between June and autumn 2021, the project is based on the theme of empathy and uses art to address the isolation people under 25 have experienced during the pandemic, increasing the young creatives' wellbeing, sense of purpose and levels of empathy, as well as encouraging them to be socially and politically engaged.
by Timothy Treanor - Jun 17, 2021
It is 1950, and on a rainy South African afternoon in the St. George’s Park Tea Room, Hally (Nick Apostolina) is becoming himself. He was a boy – one prone to arrogance and self-pity, certainly but vulnerable, and capable of sweetness and hope. But now he is becoming a man – a brutal man, “MASTER HAROLD”, who embraces the world’s ugliness and claims it as his own. He does this by spitting in the face of Sam (L. Peter Callender), a Black man who had sheltered him to that point from the world’s worst, including his own father. In this primal way Master Harold joins the oppressors as a way of not joining the oppressed.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
PEARL OF WISDOM, a creative development project of an incognito Indian entertainment holding company with growing global acclaim, and by entertainment multi-hyphenate Marlene Sharp (SONIC BOOM, YO-KAI WATCH, POSTMAN PAT: THE MOVIE), is the recipient of multiple 2021 screenplay commendations, including honoree status at the recent Austin Comedy Film Festival.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
The Kimmel Center and The Philadelphia Orchestra today announced that the two organizations are joining forces to form a new parent company, The Philadelphia Orchestra and Kimmel Center, Inc.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
Syracuse Stage today announced plans to resume live and in person performance in the 2021/2022 season.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 16, 2021
The Agency is a creative youth enterprise project working with young people from underrepresented areas to pitch ideas to a panel of experts. These ideas are specifically for developing and creating social enterprises, events, projects and businesses that will have a positive impact on their local communities.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2021
The Broadway Advocacy Coalition will present a follow-up to its June 2020 #BwayforBLM Forum and its February 2021 “What Now” forum. WHAT NOW PART II: FROM ALLY TO ACTION will take place on Tuesday, June 29, from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. ET.
by TV News Desk - Jun 16, 2021
Built on the desire to connect with a world that’s sometimes distant, What Could Be Better is a mission statement that’s meant to be shared, channeling youthful malaise into songs like “Get A Job” as well as “The Garden,” “Sailing,” “Two of Many,” and “Hold Me Down.”
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 16, 2021
“Family or Fiancé” is executive produced by Jonathan Murray, Julie Pizzi, Erica Ross, Jonathan Singer and Erika Bryant of Bunim/Murray Productions in partnership with OWN: Oprah Winfrey Network.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 16, 2021
Ushering a jubilant return to live performance, Spoleto Festival USA's 45th season was marked by change, big names, and bold ideas. “I am proud of my staff's commitment to making this season a reality,” says General Director Nigel Redden. “While it may have differed from our original hopes in terms of scale, I am immeasurably pleased with our outcome.'
by Alyson Eng - Jun 16, 2021
Love, heartbreak, and drama – the key ingredients of the perfect audio play to spice up your day! SOMEONE LIKE YOU written by Christine Quintana is Arts Club’s newest audio play in their “Listen To This” series and is available for download starting May 19th to January 19th. SOMEONE LIKE YOU brings forth a modern take on the play Cyrano de Bergerac involving romance, hidden identities, and complex relationships. Set in Vancouver, this audio play is the perfect way to support local theatre while satisfying your cravings for a good romantic comedy!
by TV News Desk - Jun 15, 2021
On Hulu, “Cruel Summer” was the most-watched next-day season one title from a linear channel in its first seven weeks to date.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 15, 2021
The Charlotte Symphony will welcome Anne Marie  Forbes as Vice President of Development beginning July 6, 2021. As the CSO’s Vice President  of Development, Forbes will be responsible for all fundraising and development activities and  for helping to forge new relationships to build the CSO’s visibility, impact, and financial  resources.  
by Stephi Wild - Jun 14, 2021
Miami City Ballet (MCB) welcomes nine new dancers to the company, bringing this season's roster to 53. Under the artistic leadership of Lourdes Lopez and with a growing repertoire of over 130 works that honor the masters while opening pathways for emerging choreographers, MCB is one of the most celebrated and critically acclaimed ballet companies in the country.
by Jerri Shafer - Jun 14, 2021
Mortimer Brewster is living a happy life! He has a steady job at a prominent New York newspaper, he’s just become engaged, and he gets to visit his sweet spinster aunts to announce the engagement. Mortimer always knew that his family had a bit of a mad gene -- his brother believes himself to be Teddy Roosevelt and his great-grandfather used to scalp Indians for pleasure -- but his world is turned upside down when he realizes that his dear aunts have been poisoning lonely old men for years! When Mortimer’s maniacal brother, Jonathan. (who strangely now resembles Boris Karloff) returns on the night that the aunts were planning to bury the newest victim, Mortimer must rally to help his aunts and protect his fiancé -- all while trying to keep his own sanity as well. An uproarious farce on plays involving murder, Arsenic and Old Lace has become a favorite amongst regional theatres throughout America. Performances are Streaming Live & in-person Live from June 11th thru 13th and Streaming on Demand June 18th thru 20th at the Columbus Dance Theatre, 592 E. Main St., Columbus, OH 43215. For tickets or more information, visit: https://pacecolumbus.com/
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 14, 2021
The Young Professionals Company at Oregon Children's Theatre is bringing its wildly popular improv performance Impulse! back to the virtual stage this summer! The graduating seniors of Portland's premier teen improv group will be livestreaming a final virtual performance July 23 and 24.
by Herbert Paine - Jun 12, 2021
A bold and refreshing initiative by USC School of Cinematic Arts claims the title of Welles’s legendary stage production, VOODOO MACBETH, for a full-length film that chronicles the making of the staging. The film is scheduled for showing at the Sedona International Film Festival (June 12th-20th).
by Stephi Wild - Jun 12, 2021
San Francisco Bay Area's SuperBad Theater Company, a Affiliate Company (Dedrick Weathersby, Executive Director) and Sacramento's The Guild Theater (St. HOPE Academy) have announced the titles for their collaborative inaugural upcoming 2021-2022 season.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 11, 2021
Symphony Space will make a momentous return to its building with a 2021-2022 season that brings the beloved cultural institution’s signature programs—Selected Shorts, Wall to Wall, and Bloomsday on Broadway—to new heights, and with greater reach.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 11, 2021
Nurse Blake is a one-of-a-kind entertainer who uses his experience as a nurse for a fun filled comedy event that celebrates the hard work of healthcare providers. Blake tells candid and raw stories from his time in nursing school and from his shifts at the bedside.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 11, 2021
The National Center for Choreography-Akron (NCCAkron) has been named a series editor with The University of Akron Press. Choreographer Hope Mohr (San Francisco, CA) authored the first title in this publication series: Shifting Cultural Power: Case Studies & Questions in Performance.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 11, 2021
After a year of virtual productions, Shakespeare by the Sea has announced its return to live performances at Point Fermin Park in San Pedro. Following all LA County Health Department safety protocols, SBTS is presenting the two shows originally slated for summer 2019.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 10, 2021
As General Manager of Montreal’s Casa Del Popolo and Sala Rossa from 2006-2014, he guided the longstanding and iconic music venues to record success, significantly contributing to the cultural fabric of the city.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2021
The Board of Directors of Vancouver International Film Festival announce the appointment of Kyle Fostner as Executive Director.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 10, 2021
The Balboa Art Conservation Center, the western region's nonprofit art conservation center, will welcome Cultural Strategist, Andrea “Angie” Chandler to support the organization's recent shift into Inclusion as its Audience and Engagement Specialist.  Chandler joined the BACC team on May 25th, 2021.