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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 3, 2020
This season the Words & Ideas program from UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance introduces L.A. Omnibus, a series featuring Los Angeles-based artists, writers and thinkers. Each one will examine a specific topic starting with A Conversation About Art, Activism and the Performance of Power. Tickets are free with RSVP here.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2020
National New Play Network, the country's alliance of nonprofit theaters that collaborate in innovative ways to develop, produce, and extend the life of new plays, is delighted to announce the plays selected for its 19th Annual National Showcase of New Plays.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 5, 2020
UCLA's Center for the Art of Performance (CAP UCLA) presents the second installment of L.A. Omnibus, a series featuring Los Angeles-based artists, writers and thinkers, with author Donna Rifkind on Thursday, October 8 at 7 p.m.
by Juan Michael Porter II - Oct 25, 2019
Fini Dance Festival's students knock the audience's socks off while putting their elders to shame. But is that a good thing?
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 22, 2019
Variety reports that actors Lee Pace and Jared Harris will lead Apple's upcoming Isaac Asimov series 'Foundation.'
by Stage Tube - Oct 21, 2019
Diane von Furstenberg sits down with fellow filmmakers Fenton Bailey and Randy Barbato to discuss the significance of the Statue of Liberty to them and our culture-at-large.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 13, 2020
For the 37th annual presentation of PlayLabs Festival, the premier new play incubation program, the Playwrights' Center is meeting the changing needs of the moment. Public readings will be presented online and the festival roster has expanded to include four playwrights developing their work.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 6, 2019
'The Little Prince', Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's celebrated philosophical children's book, is one of the world's most widely translated literary works. Originally published in 1943, the book's enigmatic story of an angelic child who befriends a stranded pilot in the North African desert has been debated for years. Translated into more than 375 languages (more than any book but the Bible), 'The Little Prince' has been embraced across a vast swath of culture, especially by people whose languages and cultures are endangered, and for them, this timeless tale of friendship, alienation, loneliness, and eternal life resonates, understood by those who are themselves outcasts and exiles.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 2, 2020
To maintain a connection to the Sarasota and Manatee community during a period of social distancing, Sarasota Orchestra launched today Books of Note, a collection of fiction and nonfiction books curated by Artistic Advisor Jeffrey Kahane and Sarasota Orchestra musicians. Books of Note will be supplemented by engaging virtual events.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 14, 2019
THE ROAD THEATRE COMPANY and Taylor Gilbert, Founder/Artistic Director together with Sam Anderson, Artistic Director, present the second show of the Road's 2019-2020 season, a newly revised and re-written production of NOWHERE ON THE BORDER, written by Carlos Lacámara and directed by Stewart J. Zully. NOWHERE ON THE BORDER will preview on Tuesday, January 14; Wednesday, January 15 & Thursday, January 16 at 8pm; will open on Friday, January 17, 2020 at 8pm and run through Sunday, March 8 at the Road Theatre on Magnolia, located in The NoHo Senior Arts Colony, 10747 Magnolia Blvd. in North Hollywood.
by Abigail Charpentier - Nov 12, 2019
World of Wonder just announced the nominees for the annual WOWie Awards, celebrating the best in this year's pop culture happenings. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 9, 2021
Water People Theater will present FIT 2.0, an international Online Festival of Latino Theatre, March 18 – 27. This Festival, representing plays from around the world, features live performances via Zoom on select dates. Tickets are $7 per play, with complimentary viewing available for those who apply. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 5, 2020
The Emmy® winning drama series WESTWORLD returns for its eight-episode third season SUNDAY, MARCH 15 (9:00-10:10 p.m. ET/PT), exclusively on HBO. A dark odyssey about the dawn of artificial consciousness and the question of free will, the show was created for television by Jonathan Nolan & Lisa Joy, who are also executive producers.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 24, 2020
“The Vivienne Takes Hollywood” features UK's first Drag Superstar The Vivienne as she embarks on an adventure to Hollywood where, each week, she'll be joined by a different celebrity co-pilot who helps her along the way to making her first ever music video. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 15, 2021
Pepperdine University’s Fine Arts Division will present their production of As You Like It by William Shakespeare on Friday, April 9 and Saturday April 10, 2021 at 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, April 11, 2021 at 2 p.m.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 11, 2021
Page 73 today announced a new playwright-supporting initiative: self-directed retreats, tailored to writers’ individual needs and preferences. In lieu of the organization’s usual Summer Residency, this year Page 73 offers four playwrights in its community the opportunity to design their own week-long professional writing retreats.
by Herbert Paine - Mar 11, 2021
Elaine Romero’s HALSTED is a bold stroke of illumination ~ launching RomeroFest, a monthlong celebration of the playwright’s work ~ presented by Arizona Theatre Company and directed by Sean Daniels. Available for viewing online through March 14th.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 11, 2020
The Guthrie Theater today announced the 11 productions of its 2020-2021 mainstage season: Noël Coward's hot-blooded comedy Private Lives; Red Hot Patriot, a whip-smart one-woman show starring Kathleen Turner
by Stephi Wild - Jun 3, 2021
New York Times bestselling author Christina Baker Kline returns to The Music Hall's Writers in the Loft series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. Kline will discuss her new book and instant New York Times bestseller, THE EXILES.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 26, 2020
El Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes y Literatura (INBAL) se suma este año a la conmemoración del Día Internacional del Orgullo LGTTTI a través de sus agrupaciones artísticas, así como presentaciones de bailarines y coreógrafos mexicanos pertenecientes a la comunidad Lésbico, Gay, Bisexual y Transexual (LGBT) y de la danza; charlas y exposiciones virtuales, además de la presentación en redes sociales del pensamiento de escritores que han abordado la temática, a partir de este viernes 26 y hasta el domingo 28 de junio.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 25, 2020
FoolsFURY and its Board of Trustees today announced that Ben Yalom will step down as the company's founding artistic director of 22 years.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 18, 2021
New York Times bestselling author Christina Baker Kline returns to The Music Hall's Writers in the Loft series, now being presented in an intimate, online format. Kline will discuss her new book and instant New York Times bestseller, THE EXILES, an emotionally resonant novel about three women whose lives are bound together in nineteenth-century Australia and the hardships they weather together as they fight for redemption and freedom in a new society.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
UTA Artist Space presents Stormscape, an exhibition of new paintings of land and seascapes accompanied by large-scale sculpture by the Cuban American painter and sculptor Manny Castro.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 8, 2020
The New Group Off Stage and NRDC (Natural Resources Defense Council) have announced Facing the Rising Tide: A free digital festival of play readings and conversations about environmental racism, the climate crisis and hope featuring five plays, each followed by a discussion.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 31, 2020
Racquel Gates and Rebecca Prime have been named 2020 Academy Film Scholars by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. 
by Stephi Wild - Jul 27, 2021
Globe on Tour, which normally would take three productions across the UK and beyond, will this year be staying in London, partnering with local schools, community organisations and charities who will provide free tickets to their invited audience in the Globe's home borough of Southwark and across the city.
by Nicole Rosky - Jul 23, 2020
Today (July 23) in live streaming: a Cinderella Reunion, the Fame gang is back together, and so much more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 9, 2020
In another Asia TOPA Australian exclusive, the deeply moving family saga of exile and longing, SAIGON, is coming to Arts Centre Melbourne's Playhouse from 12 a?" 15 March.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 6, 2021
Valentine’s Day 2021 delivers an unexpected and welcome surprise with the release of “A Romantic’s Guide to King Crimson,” the new 12-track album of reinvented King Crimson material by the husband-and-wife duo Deborah and Pat Mastelotto.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 28, 2021
The 28th edition of the New York African Film Festival (NYAFF) returns with a virtual program celebrating the shared aspirations that drive humanity through time and the voices of the women who push the culture forward while preserving treasured traditions.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 14, 2020
'Ybor City,' an original musical with book by Anita Gonzalez and music and lyrics by Dan Furman, is a story of romance and labor organizing in 1918 Tampa, where the Afro-Cuban workforce joined with Italian and Spanish immigrants to unionize the new American cigar industry. The tuner will be presented as a work-in-progress February 5 to 26 by Brooklyn Tavern Theater, which is is pioneering a new theatrical genre: no-frills, immersive musicals presented as Equity showcases in hospitable taprooms. Performances will be Feb. 5, 12, 18, 19 and 26 at Rustik Tavern, 471 Dekalb Ave., Bed-Stuy and February 10 and 25 at The Players, 16 Gramercy Park South, Manhattan. Vernice Miller directs a cast of eleven. Co-producer is Art Boundaries Unlimited, Inc.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 3, 2020
A Taste of Honey at Trafalgar Studios must end on Saturday 29 February 2020.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 26, 2021
Theatre companies across the country, in Mexico City are preparing both live and prerecorded online presentations of Arizona Theatre Company (ATC) Playwright-in-Residence Elaine Romero's diverse body of work during RomeroFest, a monthlong celebration of her creativity.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 19, 2021
Theatre Exile’s world-wide debut of Sin Eaters by Anna Moench follows Mary, one of the unseen people who scrub our social media feeds. As Mary sees the worst of social media, she starts to question her relationship, her sanity, and her own capacity for violence. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 17, 2021
Bard College has announced the appointment of Kobena Mercer as the Charles P. Stevenson Chair in Art History and the Humanities, a joint appointment between the Art History and Visual Culture Program in the undergraduate College, and the Center for Curatorial Studies (CCS). Mercer, who comes to Bard from Yale University, will assume his faculty position in fall 2021.
by Maria Nockin - Feb 13, 2021
In April, 2019, Pacific Opera Project performed Puccini’s Madama Butterfly 蝶々夫人 in Japanese and English at the Aratani Theatre, part of the Japanese-American Cultural Center of Los Angeles’s “Little Tokyo. With a new libretto by Josh Shaw and Eiki Isomura. See the film in which ll Japanese roles were sung in Japanese, English roles in English.
by Nicole Rosky - Feb 11, 2021
Have you ever seen something on the internet that you wish you could unsee? Theatre Exile’s world-wide debut of Sin Eaters by Anna Moench follows Mary, one of the unseen people who scrub our social media feeds. The play examines how social media can transform perceptions of reality and of ourselves and those around us.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 1, 2021
The Phoenix Theatre continues its online season with a World Premiere re-telling of a classic William Shakespeare work. Phoenix Theatre's Virtual Artist in Residence Katrina Hall is directing and adapting this new look at The Winter's Tale. She set out to put the women of the story more in the forefront. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Dec 4, 2019
Terrence Mann, Lou Llobell, Leah Harvey, Laura Birn and Cassian Bilton have joined the cast of the new Apple series Foundation as series regulars, according to Deadline. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2020
Author S. Lee Barckmann has announced the release of his new international mystery novel, Farewell the Dragon. In Farewell the Dragon, Nate Scheutt, American, 35, is pulled into a politically charged murder investigation when he stumbles onto the bodies of two young Europeans on a prestigious Beijing university campus.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2019
Bijan Sheibani's (Barber Shop Chronicles, The Arrival) production of A Taste of Honey returns to the West End for the first time in 60 years this week, opening on Thursday at Trafalgar Studios. The remarkable taboo-breaking 1950s play written by Shelagh Delaney when she was just 19 will play a limited 12-week run in a co-production with Trafalgar Theatre Productions, with a press night on Monday 9 December.
by TV Scoop - Dec 2, 2019
Get all the scoop on Upcoming Guests on LATE NIGHT WITH SETH MEYERS, 11/2-11/6, airing on NBC!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 6, 2020
King Crimson's The Elements 2020 Tour Box 2CD is now available for pre-order, and it will be released on September 4, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 24, 2020
Audible has announced  its latest Emerging Playwrights Fund class.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 9, 2021
The Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition will continue to spotlight the best emerging playwrights with a virtual production of this year’s winning play DATA and virtual readings of the four finalist plays.  The 17th competition winner, DATA is a fast-paced thriller that looks behind the closed doors of Silicon Valley. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 9, 2021
The Alliance/Kendeda National Graduate Playwriting Competition continues to spotlight the best emerging playwrights with a virtual production of this year's winning play DATA and virtual readings of the four finalist plays.  The 17th competition winner, DATA is a fast-paced thriller that looks behind the closed doors of Silicon Valley. DATA is written by Matthew Libby and the virtual production is directed by Susan V. Booth.     
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 26, 2021
Ghostlight Ensemble will present the final play in its series on historically overlooked female playwrights, The Enchantment. The play by the Swedish writer Victoria Benedictsson is a fascinating examination of a woman's capacity for love and yearning for a sense of her own self.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 15, 2021
The Whiting Foundation has announced the winners of the 2021 Whiting Awards. These ten writers, working in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama, will each be awarded $50,000, to “devote themselves full-time to their own writing or to take bold new risks in their work.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 14, 2021
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, will continue Daytime Pop Up Performances through April 19, 2021 at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Enjoy dance performances by Limón Dance Company, Mark Morris Dance Group, Martha Graham Dance Company, New York City Ballet, and Paul Taylor Dance Company. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 1, 2021
Works & Process, the performing arts series at the Guggenheim, has announced Daytime Pop Up Performances from April 2-19, 2021, at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum. Performances will include violinist Jennifer Koh to drag opera performer Jasmine Rice LaBeija, musicians from The Juilliard School and CalArts and more.