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Joseph Papp Public Theater/Martinson Hall

(New York, NY)
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by TV News Desk - Sep 9, 2020
Amanda Palmer and Rhiannon Giddens have joined forces for a cover of Portishead's much adored song, “It's A Fire.”
by Marianka Swain - Sep 19, 2016
Acclaimed American actress Hope Davis has starred in numerous independent films and TV dramas, from About Schmidt and American Splendour to In Treatment, The Special Relationship and Wayward Pines. She received a Tony Award nomination for her performance in the original Broadway production of God of Carnage, and next month she returns to the stage in David Hare's new play The Red Barn at the National Theatre, directed by Robert Icke.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 16, 2020
Theater podcast and public radio program Playing on Air has announced the winners of the third annual James Stevenson Prize for Comedic Short Plays.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2017
Producer Lida Orzeck and Executive Producer Eva Price have announced the cast of the New York premiere of the new play, 20TH CENTURY BLUES, from Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winner and two-time OBIE Award-winning playwright Susan Miller (MY LEFT BREAST).
by BWW News Desk - Sep 12, 2017
A new Australian play fleshes out trauma in the acting classroom, exposing harmful practices and contributing to the current industry discussion on ethics.
by Juan Michael Porter II - Oct 7, 2019
Battery Dance Festival's Tuesday and Wednesday night performances proved that choreography is only as wonderful as its music is rich. Led by Buglisi Dance Theatre, Ballet Nepantla, Vanaver Caravan, Ballet Boy Productions, and Battery Dance Company, this fact was never far from the concertgoers' minds as they swooned blissfully to fantastic dancing coupled with brilliant music.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2016
As HIGH VALLEY surpass more than 10 million music streams, the pair are preparing for the release of their major label album debut – DEAR LIFE – November 18 on Atlantic / Warner Music Nashville.
by Elliot Lanes - Nov 29, 2017
E. B. White's Charlotte's Web has been adapted in many ways. There was an animated movie musical back in the 70s, a live action film a few years back, and a stage adaptation that Theatreworks USA toured around the country for years. Imagination Stage in Bethesda is currently presenting the latter as its holiday attraction. The creative team takes a very heavy-handed approach to material that isn't that light to begin with, unfortunately.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 22, 2018
Pom Boyd and Seán Millar's Shame returns to the Peacock Stage at the Abbey Theatre this December following a sell-out run in this year's Dublin Fringe Festival. Nominated for three Fringe awards, Shame has been described by critics as 'dissenting and triumphing' and 'a theatrical punk performance like no other.'
by Kelsey Lawler - Nov 20, 2017
Suspense, plot twists, believability, a dash of humor, a satisfying finale that's what successful murder-mysteries are made of. When a play possesses all of these hallmarks and even boasts the company of everyone's favorite detective, Sherlock Holmes, a surefire hit seems elementary, my dear Watson.
by Abby Rowold - Nov 14, 2017
Cincinnati's Aronoff Center for the Arts has curated a season that should work like a charm, bringing in literal busloads of the next generation of theatre lovers. Shows like WICKED, the upcoming A CHRISTMAS STORY, SCHOOL OF ROCK, ALADDIN, and the currently playing FINDING NEVERLAND, all draw the 65 and younger set like magnets.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 13, 2020
 As of December 4, 2020, Seattle Theatre Group (STG) will reduce its full-time equivalent workforce from 53 to 33 people.
by Peter Danish - May 9, 2018
The well-worn, and well-loved Mendelssohn Violin concerto lead off the first half of the program, as Violinist Ning Feng brought great energy and virtuosity to what must be just about the most-performed violin concerto of all time. Mendelssohn broke tradition by introducing the solo instrument right at the beginning of the piece and also by writing out the solo cadenza. Prior to this concerto, cadenzas had generally been completely improvised by the soloist. Mendelssohn's letters have told us that he chose to connect the movements of his concerto into one uninterrupted piece because he detested mid-performance applause - which he viewed as an annoying distraction, and it was a masterstroke.
by Cristina Pla-Guzman - May 8, 2019
Nostalgia. The dictionary defines it as a sentimental longing or wistful affection for the past, typically for a period or place with a happy personal association. For me, nothing defines it better than the words 'The Lion King'. I still remember how I felt the first time I saw Mufasa hanging on to the cliff for dear life or hearing the words 'Hakuna Matata'. The iconic movie is clearly a part of my childhood memories. I watched over and over again my favorite Disney film on my family's VCR player. I also clearly remember the madness and sheer joy it brought to Broadway when I was just a little girl. That same little girl within me that still loves everything Disney (as a true Floridian does) can't wait to see Disney's The Lion King at The Adrienne Arsht Center, May 8 through the 26. Disney's The Lion King is making its triumphant return to the Arsht Center! With all the magic found in the film, the musical out does itself. Giraffes strut. Birds swoop. Gazelles leap. The entire Serengeti comes to life as never before. And as the music soars, Pride Rock slowly emerges from the mist.
by BWW News Desk - May 21, 2018
From earthquakes to tidal waves to infernos, disaster movies were the film genre of the 1970s that just would not go away. Prepare to laugh as Pierrot Productions presents "Disaster! A Musical" at Mercer County Community College's (MCCC's) Kelsey Theatre. Dates and show times are Fridays, June 8 and 15 at 8 p.m.; Saturdays, June 9 and June 16 at 8 p.m.; and Sundays, June 10 and 17 at 2 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2017
Producer and musician Dan Molad aka CHIMNEY has announced his debut self-titled LP, out June 23 on Dine Alone Records.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 5, 2017
Producer and musician Dan Molad aka CHIMNEY will release his debut self-titled LP, out June 23 on Dine Alone Records.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 19, 2018
The National Theatre announces new information, and recaps its upcoming season.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 4, 2018
The great tragicomedy EXIT THE KING is brought to life on the Olivier stage this summer, the first time Eugene Ionesco's work has been performed at the National Theatre. Patrick Marber (Three Days in the Country, Hedda Gabler) directs his new version of Exit the King with Rhys Ifans (A Christmas Carol at the Old Vic) in the title role and Indira Varma (Man and Superman) as his first Queen.
by Cicely Binford - Jul 31, 2019
It's the middle of winter in Perth, so what better way to spend a chilly evening than letting Australia's elite circus company, Circus Oz, get your heart pumping with death-defying stunts and laughter? This year they've brought their climate-minded show Precarious out West, with its team of high flyers, live musicians and riggers to keep us on the edge of our seats as they show us their comedic and athletic prowess. 
by Review Roundups - Jul 30, 2018
Somewhere in Europe the kingdom is disintegrating. It's the last day of King Berenger's life. Queen Marguerite is preparing for the end and Queen Marie is in denial. The King is 400 years old and dying, but he's clinging on for dear life...
by Christina Pandolfi - Jul 3, 2018
At its best, artistic expression makes us question our humanity. It brings us on a ride of color, light, and rhythm to teach us something new about who we are and how we relate to the world. And on the evening of June 27, 2018, Cherylyn Lavagnino Dance (CLD) captured a piece of that magic at the NYU Tisch School of the Arts Jack Crystal Theater.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 23, 2018
Somewhere in Europe the kingdom is disintegrating. It's the last day of King Berenger's life. Queen Marguerite is preparing for the end and Queen Marie is in denial. The King is 400 years old and dying, but he's clinging on for dear life...
by TV News Desk - Jul 20, 2018
One of the most highly sought-after vocalists in dance music, VASSY, is back with a massive collaboration with Lodato and soon-to-be summer anthem, “Doomsday”.
by TV News Desk - Jul 13, 2018
Aaron Watson Live at the World's Biggest Rodeo Show, the “pioneering independent's” (Cowboys & Indians) 14th album and his first live album in nearly a decade, is set to release on August 24, 2018, marking the one year anniversary of Hurricane Harvey's landfall on the south Texas coast (August 25, 2017). The Category 4 storm caused $125 billion in damage according to the National Hurricane Center and impacted 13 million people in 41 Texas counties.  $1.41 from each album sold will benefit the Rebuild Texas Fund, in recognition of the widespread devastation across Watson's beloved home state. Recorded live in front of 65,000 fans on opening night of the 2017 Rodeo Houston, the album is particularly poignant to the Texas born-and-bred singer/songwriter. 
by BWW News Desk - Jan 3, 2017
Dee (Pepper) Lois invites readers to join the Turner family as they continue their adventures around the world. The family travels to Mexico and celebrates Cinco de Mayo with close friends and the people of Mexico. As readers join 'CHANTICO in The Land of the Aztecs' (published by AuthorHouse), they will experience a thrilling adventure that allows them to know more about Mexico's culture.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 24, 2018
The Greenville Little Theatre (GLT) is excited to announce it's 9th annual 24 Hour Play Festival, a much anticipated favorite for anyone who loves to see creative genius at work!
by Rachel Crawford - Jan 2, 2018
Ever since Tony Shalhoub entered into the entertainment industry in 1980 with his role as Oliver in the American Repertory Theater's revival of AS YOU LIKE IT, Shalhoub has made a name for himself on both the stage and screen.
by Krista Garver - Jan 17, 2018
Nicola McCartney's LIFEBOAT, brilliantly directed by Avital Shira, is an exhilarating and ultimately uplifting play about courage, resilience, and friendship.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 15, 2021
Gianni Valenti, Jim Caruso and Tom D'Angora go into overtime trying to save Birdland from closure.
by Cindy Sibilsky - Feb 3, 2019
BWW Review: GRUPO CORPO's BACH & GIRA Brings Inexhaustible Ecstatic Exuberance to BAM
by BroadwayWorld TV - Feb 26, 2018
BroadwayWorld has a first look at Roundabout's AMY AND THE ORPHANS. Check out the video preview below!
by Christopher Castanho - Feb 22, 2017
Winchester, Virginia's very own Shenandoah Conservatory's production of Guys and Dolls runs this weekend only, from Friday, February 24th through Sunday, February 27th in the Ohrstrom-Bryant Theatre on the campus of Shenandoah University. The boisterous and witty musical is led by Carolyn Coulson (Director), with Rick Edinger (Music Direction), and Jacob Brent (Choreography). I was lucky enough to sit down with four of the show's leading guys and dolls: Taylor Bloom (Sky Masterson), Adia J Seckel (Sarah Brown), Stevie Bovo (Nathan Detroit), and Freya Falkenstein (Miss Adelaide) and hear about their personal experiences working on the Shenandoah production.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2018
2018 Pyeongchang 2/14 Primetime Highlights
by Marianka Swain - Feb 15, 2017
Amy Morgan's credits include Red Velvet and Hay Fever in the West End, The Beaux' Stratagem at the National Theatre, and, on screen, Father Brown and Mr Selfridge. She's currently starring as Gwendolen in Tom Stoppard's Travesties, which has transferred to the Apollo Theatre following a hit run at the Menier Chocolate Factory.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Feb 15, 2017
The 2017 season continues at Nashville's historic and iconic Chaffin's Barn Dinner Theatre with Ron Osborne's Seeing Stars in Dixie, an affectionate comedy set in a small Southern town in 1956, where the film Raintree County - starring Elizabeth Taylor and Montgomery Clift, no less - is being shot!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 12, 2018
BroadwayWorld has a first look at Roundabout's AMY AND THE ORPHANS. Check out the new photos below!
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 18, 2020
Without their musical directors where would the singers of the industry be? These are the musical directors nominated for Broadway World Awards in 2020
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2019
Ferris & Sylvester have sold out their largest headline show to date at Omeara on September 5th, and due to huge demand the band have announced a second show at the venue the following day.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2017
Producer Lida Orzeck and Executive Producer Eva Price are pleased to announce the New York premiere of the new play, 20TH CENTURY BLUES, from Susan Smith Blackburn Prize-winner and two-time OBIE Award-winning playwright Susan Miller (My Left Breast). Two-time OBIE Award-winner and Tony Award-nominee Emily Mann (Having Our Say, Anna in the Tropics) will direct the 10-week limited engagement beginning November 12 with performances through January 28 and an official opening night set for November 26. 20TH CENTURY BLUES will play at The Alice Griffin Jewel Box Theatre at The Pershing Square Signature Center (480 W. 42nd Street).
by TV News Desk - Aug 29, 2019
 YouTube today officially kicked off its new strategy of making its original series and specials free with ads by dropping the critically-acclaimed and fan-favorite first season of “Cobra Kai” in front of the paywall for a limited time with season 2 premiering on September 11. Previously, only the first two episodes of season 1 and the first episode of season 2 were available to sample in front of the paywall. Beginning today, fans without a YouTube Premium subscription can binge watch the entire first season of “Cobra Kai.” On Wednesday, September 11, season 2 will premiere in front of the paywall for a limited time with one episode dropping each week. “Cobra Kai” is an international smash with the first episode of season 1 boasting nearly 55 million views and the first episode of season 2 besting the season 1 premiere by 136%, making it the fastest YouTube Original to hit 20 million views in just 6 days. Production on season 3 will begin shortly. The series, produced by Sony Pictures Television, is written and executive produced by Josh Heald, Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg. 
by BWW News Desk - Aug 29, 2018
Lemon Bucket Orkestra are Toronto's original guerrilla-folk party-punk massive. The multi-award-winning ensemble has been heralded as a groundbreaking, genre-bending phenomenon by media and fans alike, and over the past 8 years have performed all over the world from WOMAD in New Zealand and Pohoda in Slovakia, to Festival D'Eté in Québec City, and Luminato in Toronto. The Guardian proclaimed that their performances are “gorgeously sung and passionately played” and The New York Times declared them “charismatic…handsome and ambitious.”
by Stage Tube - Aug 27, 2019
Today YouTube Originals premiered the trailer for the highly anticipated second season of their original series LIZA ON DEMAND.  Following more than 38 million views of the season one pilot, LIZA ON DEMAND will return with an all new season on September 25, 2019.  Fans can get excited for the second season by binge watching the first season, which will be made available for free starting today only on YouTube. For season two, episodes will be available for free and release weekly every Wednesday. All episodes will be available to binge on launch day for YouTube Premium subscribers.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 15, 2020
Adele has revealed that she has 'no idea' when her next album will be released. Fans have been hoping for a new release from the singer since her album, 25, dropped in 2015.
by Daniel Perks - Aug 14, 2019
An intense, unnerving and magnetic performance by Richard Gadd, as Baby Reindeer takes the audience through a journey of Gadd's long-term stalker.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 30, 2019
1999 marked a momentous year for Scottish rock band Travis. Singer/songwriter Fran Healy, guitarist Andy Dunlop, drummer Neil Primrose, and bassist Dougie Payne had been together since the beginning of the decade, and were gearing up for the release of their sophomore album, The Man Who, following the release of their 1997 debut, Good Feeling. Though the album found moderate success in the UK and set the band up for extensive touring—opening for the likes of Oasis—Travis were still reasonably unknown internationally. All of that was about to change.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 24, 2017
Producer and musician Dan Molad aka CHIMNEY has announced his debut self-titled LP, out June 23 on Dine Alone Records.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 19, 2018
The National Theatre has announced its May-September 2018 season.