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Avon Theatre

(New York, NY)
251 W. 45th St.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 6, 2020
Malaysiaa??s Virtual National Day 2020 Reception was presented by The Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Malaysia (Wisma Putra) in collaboration with the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra & Dewan Filharmonik PETRONAS on 31 August 2020.
by Abigail Charpentier - Sep 25, 2019
The National Academy of Television Arts & Sciences announced tonight the winners of the 40th Annual News & Documentary Emmy® Awards. The awards were presented at Lincoln Center's Alice Tully Hall in New York City and honored both national and international nominees in more than 50 categories. Andrea Mitchell, NBC News' chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of MSNBC's “Andrea Mitchell Reports,” was honored for her ground-breaking career with the Lifetime Achievement Award.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 23, 2020
The South Orange Performing Arts Center will present its first event of the 2020-21 season, Independent Voices: An Evening with Bret Stephens, moderated by Budd Mishkin.
by Alan Henry - Oct 9, 2020
Special Offer - Next Week Online: Join Irish Rep for an evening of poetry and art!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 9, 2019
a??a??a??a??a??a??a??JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles and D&DEPARTMENT PROJECT are proud to present a?oeJAPAN 47 ARTISANS,a?? an exhibition that explores the diversity of Japanese craft traditions through the eyes of contemporary designers representing each of Japan's 47 prefectures. The exhibition will be on view from October 30 through January 5.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 8, 2019
The headline-generating, documentary news series AXIOS returns for a four-episode fall season SUNDAY, OCT. 20 (6:00-6:30 p.m. ET/PT), with new editions debuting subsequent Sundays at the same time, exclusively on HBO. Additionally, HBO has renewed the AXIOS-DCTV partnership for two additional years, continuing to bring HBO audiences impactful and discerning documentary news coverage of politics, business, foreign affairs and technology, before, during and beyond the 2020 elections.  
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2020
Victor Mooney, President of H.R. 1242 Resilience Project hand-delivered a time capsule to commemorate the 400 years of African American History to H.E. Mr. Simeón Oyono Esono Angue, Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation in Equatorial Guinea recently.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 21, 2020
92Y has announced its upcoming programming featuring Judy Gold, Billy Crystal, the cast of The Queen’s Gambit and much more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 16, 2020
CBS News will deliver multiplatform election coverage on the CBS Television Network, CBSN, the 24/7 live streaming news service
by Julie Musbach - Oct 15, 2019
Written by multi-award-winning Norwegian playwright Jon Fosse, Shadows blends video, sound and live performance to create an electric experience in which otherworldly projected images of children speak movingly for onstage performers. Together they explore marriage, infidelity, youth and old age.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 30, 2020
The 2020 edition of Isra-Drama, the annual meetup of theatremakers in Israel, took place virtually this weekend.
by Stephi Wild - May 6, 2021
Ars Lyrica Houston, the Grammy-nominated early music ensemble, closes its Side by Side concert series with Cantio Polonica, a program presented in partnership with The Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Houston and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland.
by Stephi Wild - May 30, 2021
The film adaptation of J.T. Rogers' Tony Award-winning play Oslo, starring Ruth Wilson and Andrew Scott, has officially premiered on HBO Max.
by Julie Musbach - May 30, 2019
It Rains Diamonds on Jupiter is a play about choosing to become an escort because you want to do things like buy milk, or do an unpaid internship. It's about seeing sex work as a choice, and a choice made for a boring reason at that. It's also about the fear of this choice becoming common knowledge, and the threat that society, your friends, and your family will shun you.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 26, 2021
On Sunday June 13 at 3pm, Origin Theatre Company will present the 8th annual edition of its popular immersive Bloomsday celebration, renamed the “Bloomsday Revel.” the distance-safe, in-person staging mixes a juried costume contest and dramatic readings from “Ulysses” -- performed by a cast of celebrated New York-based Irish actors.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 21, 2020
Irish Repertory Theatre has announced its first ever Online Summer Season. This summer will feature three of Irish Rep's most beloved recent productions reimagined for the screen and filmed remotely for limited release as part of A Performance on Screen.
by Stephi Wild - May 21, 2019
On May 18, 2019, Dr. Yuhua Shouzhi Wang Art Exhibition opened ceremoniously in Shanghai Exhibition Center. The exhibition is organized by the Shanghai International Cultural Exchange Association Gallery, and co-organized by Shanghai Xu Beihong Art Research Club, Shanghai University International Exchange Art Center, and Rare Art Inc. of U.S.A., Rare Art, Inc. announced today.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 15, 2019
Effie Marie Sojak Rosene passed away early Mother's Day morning, May 12, 2019. She was born November 10, 1932 to Frank Sojak and Christine Lezak Sojak, Czech immigrant farmers, in the Frydek/Simonton area of Texas. She grew up in the Rio Grande Valley with 15 brothers and sisters and graduated from Rio Hondo High School. She attended St. Joseph Hospital School of Nursing in Houston. She was working as a nurse at St. Joseph Hospital when she met the love of her life, Willard George (Bill) Rosene.
by Stephi Wild - May 14, 2019
An array of bones discovered in the far steppes of Kazak; a mining operation comprised of a dangerously unstable alliance between Russian, Canadian and Kazakhstan interests; and a young woman scientist who is willing to risk her reputation to uncover a story five million years old. Deep Past: A Novel by Eugene Linden (RosettaBooks/May 14, 2019/$25.99), hailed by bestselling novelist and journalist Douglas Preston as “an extraordinary novel on so many levels,” challenges our ideas about intelligence, evolution and the impact of climate change.
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2019
The Waterfront Theatre School (WTS) in Cape Town is headed to Russia this month. A group of students from the prestigious performing arts school in Cape Town has once again been invited by The University of Theatre Arts in Moscow with the support of the Presidential Grant Fund, Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Russian Federation and the Moscow Culture Department to take part in the 3rd BRICS Countries Drama Schools Festival from May 27 to June 6, 2019. The project has also received support from the Western Cape Department of Arts and Culture, Proud Partners, the South African National Dance Trust (SANDT) and The M Lahann Trust. The Festival seeks to examine how Performing Arts Colleges in BRICS countries explore typically Eurocentric styles of theatre while maintaining cultural relevance and resonance. This year the festival topic is Greek Theatre and the chosen text is Oedipus Rex. All participants are required to prepare extracts from the text for performance.
by Julie Musbach - Mar 27, 2019
Musica Viva NY concludes its 2018-19 season with Homage to Peace on Sunday, May 19 at 5:00 p.m. at The Brick Church. The program features reflective masterworks by Duruflé, Poulenc, and Pärt, performed by the Musica Viva NY Choir, led by Artistic Director Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez – including Duruflé's Ubi Caritas, and Requiem, Op. 9, Poulenc's Concerto for Organ, Timpani and Strings, Op. 36, with acclaimed organist Renée Anne Louprette, and Pärt's Da Pacem Domine for mixed choir and string orchestra.
by BWW Special - Mar 26, 2021
Updated March 2021. BroadwayWorld rounds up the top performing arts schools in Sydney! What are the top colleges for theatre in Sydney?
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 2, 2020
CBS News will provide extensive coverage of the Super Tuesday contests tomorrow, March 3 across all broadcasts and platforms, including three hours of original reporting and up-to-the-minute analysis in primetime on the CBS Television Network. CBSN, CBS News' 24/7 streaming news service, will provide live, comprehensive coverage all day, including the latest results as voters cast their ballots.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 15, 2019
This spring, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft (HCCC) is pleased to host a collection of exquisite contemporary art jewelry, assembled for the first time in the United States, from the Danish Arts Foundation. On view March 15 - June 2, 2019, in the Asher Gallery, Statecraft will showcase more than 80 important pieces of contemporary jewelry that the Foundation's Craft and Design Committee has acquired directly from the country's most innovative and prominent designers and artists over the last five decades.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 1, 2019
Get all the scoop on Smithsonian Channel's March Premieres, airing on ABC today, March 1, 2019!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 10, 2020
A colorful bouquet of singers, actors and luminaries from New York and the Island of Ireland are taking part in a uniquely trans-Atlantic online version of Origin Theatre's annual immersive Bloomsday Breakfast, co-hosted with Bloom's Tavern in Midtown Manhattan.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 23, 2020
We're in the middle of a pandemic and the theatres are closed. Rather than waiting for months until everything re-opens in order to entertain you, West Coast Jewish Theatre will be placing visual records of several of their past productions online for your enjoyment. First up will be its 2017 World Premiere production of the acclaimed play Fugu, presented online via YouTube.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 17, 2019
Get ready for THE HU, a band that are unlike any other rock band in the world.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 16, 2020
Ruthie Fierberg has announced the debut of her new podcast Why We Theater. The premiere episode will be available July 15, with new episodes released every subsequent Thursday for a limited season, exclusively from the Broadway Podcast Network.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 10, 2019
AJ HOLMES has spent the last few years travelling the world as Elder Cunningham in The Book of Mormon and now, ahead of bringing his heartfelt and hilarious coming of age show, YEAH, BUT NOT RIGHT NOW, to the Edinburgh Fringe, he chatted to us at Broadway World.
by Alan Henry - Jan 31, 2019
Arena Stage at the Mead Center for American Theater presents the world premiere of Kenneth Lin's timely cautionary tale of capitalism run amok, Kleptocracy. Inspired by the power struggle between the richest of the Oligarchs and an ambitious Vladimir Putin after the collapse of the Soviet Union, Lin (House of Cards) explores U.S. - Russia relations then and now. Directed by Jackson Gay, and by special arrangement with Robert Ahrens, Mickey Liddell and Michael Mills, Kleptocracy runs January 18 - February 24, 2019 in the Kreeger Theater.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 30, 2019
Musica Viva NY celebrates Leonard Bernstein's centennial with Bernstein at 100: In friendship with Copland on Sunday, March 10 at 5:00 p.m. at The Brick Church. The Musica Viva NY Choir, led by Artistic Director Alejandro Hernandez-Valdez, is featured in music by two iconic American composers of the 20th century, Leonard Bernstein, and Aaron Copland. The concert includes Bernstein's Chichester Psalms, and Make Our Garden Grow, as well as the chamber version of Aaron Copland's Appalachian Spring, and Concerto for Clarinet, Strings and Harp.
by Alan Henry - Jan 28, 2021
Special Offer - Reserve now for free: Irish Rep’s Theater @ Home Winter Festival!
by Kelle Long - Jan 27, 2019
When I moved to Washington years ago, my friends would always ask me, 'Is DC just like House of Cards?' I was always regretful to disappoint them, but would have to reply, 'Well, we're not quite at the point of pushing people in front of trains without consequences, but…have you see Veep?'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 20, 2020
G'Day USA, the program that fosters deeper economic ties and promotes Australian ideas, talent and innovation in the United States, today released its 2020 program of events and announced the annual G'Day USA Gala in Los Angeles and American Australian Association Arts Awards would be dedicated to supporting Australian bushfire relief efforts.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 13, 2020
JAPAN HOUSE Los Angeles has announced the exhibition 'HIDA | A Woodwork Tradition in the Making,' which brings Japanese woodcraft from its spiritual homeland of the Hida region of Japan to Los Angeles for the first time. On display from January 16 through April 12, the exhibition invites visitors to discover the legendary craftsmen of Hida and their design legacy today, embodied in the work of century-old furniture maker Hida Sangyo Co., Ltd. Select items on display include a chair designed by the late Sori Yanagi utilizing wood-bending techniques native to Hida and part of the permanent collection at the Victoria & Albert Museum, London; and a branch spoon created by Ibuki Kaiyama utilizing a traditional chiseling technique.
by TV Scoop - Feb 20, 2019
Get all the scoop on Smithsonian Channel's March Premieres, airing on ABC on Friday, March 1, 2019!
by Stephi Wild - Feb 14, 2021
A unique duet performance for next year's Adelaide Guitar Festival is being made possible with help from a $10,000 grant from the Australia-Korea Foundation.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 1, 2019
The 2018-19 Folsom Lake College Speakers Series commences on March 12, 2019 with An Evening with Ron Paul. Dr. Paul ran for President of the United States three times - as the Libertarian Party candidate in 1988 and the Republican Party candidate in 2008 and 2012, at which time he received 190 delegate votes at the Republican Convention. Serving in Congress during the 1970-80s, he served on the House Banking Committee. An unwavering advocate of pro-life and pro-family values, he voluntarily relinquished his House seat in 1984 and returned to his medical practice. He returned to Congress in 1997, serving on the House Financial Services and Foreign Affairs Committees. He is the author of several bestselling books.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 7, 2020
The Consulate General of Italy in Boston has announced a special virtual concert titled 'Passione - Canto Italiano' featuring the Marco Pignataro Jazzet with Strings + Special Guests. Mr. Pignataro is a renowned jazz player, saxophonist, composer, professor and co-director of the Berklee Global Jazz Institute at the Berklee College of Music.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 6, 2020
Foreign Affairs have shared the video for their new single, ‘One Minute’. Striking and minimal, the video accentuates the track’s powerful biographical air with its direct intensity reflecting the song’s confessional atmosphere. 
by Stephi Wild - Aug 11, 2020
Leisure traveling to and from Finland is again possible for some countries. F
by TV Scoop - Apr 3, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER, airing on HBO on Friday, April 5, 2019!
by Stephi Wild - Apr 26, 2019
Polish-Canadian pianist Daniel Wnukowski (vnoo-koff'-skee) makes his New York solo recital debut at Carnegie Hall's Weill Recital Hall performing Handel's Keyboard Suite Vol. 1, No. 7 in G minor, HWV 432; Chopin's 24 Preludes, Op. 28; and Karol Rathaus's Piano Sonata No. 3, Op. 20 on Friday, May 3 at 8:00 p.m.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 22, 2019
After nearly ten years of bringing you the funniest sketch show in NYC, AMERICAN CANDY is spoofing Brooklyn with Brooklyn Action News. It's a special news satire show tackling the Beige-ing of Brooklyn. It's got the silliness of Anchorman with the bite of The Daily Show and the local flavor of NY1, with a few more Black people.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 16, 2021
OneOff and two-time OnComm award-winning, The Show Must Go Online, today announces the full cast for their upcoming livestreamed performed reading of Gallathea by John Lyly.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 10, 2020
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center has announced the third weekly line-up of its new global series, SEGAL TALKS. New York, US, and international theatre artists, curators, researchers and academics will talk daily for one hour with Segal Center's director, Frank Hentschker, about life and art in the Time of Corona.