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Plymouth Theatre

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(New York, NY)
236 W. 45th St.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 24, 2021
HJ created tremendous buzz around her million-dollar idea - taking the “children’s” book A IS FOR AUDRA: BROADWAY'S LEADING LADIES FROM A TO Z by John Robert Allman - and using it as the wraparound to showcase her musical theatre fandom and considerable talents.
by Karis Rogerson - Sep 16, 2021
'It's in my DNA,' Hannah Jane (HJ) said, describing her childhood filled with music. With a mother who'd been in band and show choir in high school, it seems only natural that HJ herself grew up to be a singer. But it's the joy it brings her that compels her to continue singing even in adulthood.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 15, 2020
Grammy Awarda winning music artist Lil Nas X will publish his debut children's book, C IS FOR COUNTRY.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 11, 2020
Random House Childrena??s Books will be launching an exciting new publishing program in partnership with the renowned American Ballet Theatre later this month. To start, they are publishing two beautiful new picture books; BOYS DANCE! and B IS FOR BALLET (Doubleday Books for Young Readers | On Sale: September 22, 2020 | Ages 3a?"7).
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 29, 2019
Coming on November 12, Penguin Random House will release A Is For Audra: Broadway's Leading Ladies from A to Z - the new children's picture book written by John Robert Allman and illustrated by Peter Emmerich. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 27, 2021
This holiday season's tour welcomes South African guitarist/singer Jonathan Butler, trumpeter Rick Braun, saxophonist Richard Elliot and vocalist Rebecca Jade. Tickets are on sale now.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 16, 2018
Birdland Theater announces that Broadway singer/dancer Ariana DeBose will perform in concert on Monday, November 5 at 8:30pm. 
by Gigi Gervais - Nov 7, 2021
Lee Goldsmith, lyricist and book writer for what is thought to be the first musical on Broadway to feature lead characters who were gay (“Sextet,” which played the Bijou Theatre in 1974), died Oct. 5 in Cutler Bay, FL, at the age of 98. 
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 7, 2018
Birdland Theater was thrilled to present Ariana DeBose, one of the stars of Broadway's Summer: The Donna Summer Musical­­­, on Monday, November 5.
by Brooke Yunis - Nov 6, 2018
Composer Pieter Schlosser took the time to speak with us about his work on Hulu's LIGHT AS A FEATHER, how he got his start, and his dream collaborations. See what he had to say!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 5, 2021
The Green Room 42 has announced their line-up for the next week. Located inside YOTEL Times Square (570 Tenth Avenue, Fourth Floor), The Green Room 42 is Broadway's newest, most spacious, and funkiest cabaret club.
by David Green - Nov 30, 2019
A holiday tradition returns as the McCallum Theatre welcomes the Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour 2019 at 8:00 p.m., Wednesday, December 18. The show is made possible through the generosity of Wayne and Rachelle Prim. Since the beginning of his career, Koz has been all about dodging expectations and traditions. His brand-new holiday album, Gifts of the Season, is his seventh holiday release, and features the very same guests with him on this year's Christmas tour.
by Jenny Turknett - Nov 29, 2019
We make holiday shopping easy for your Broadway hopeful. Here you'll find options for a range of ages at a variety of price points.
by Tori Hartshorn - Nov 2, 2018
Formed in Melbourne in 1981 by Lisa Gerrard and Brendan Perry, the style of DEAD CAN DANCE over eight previous studio albums can be described as compelling soundscapes of mesmerizing grandeur and solemn beauty that has incorporated African polyrhythms, Gaelic folk, Gregorian chant, Middle Eastern mantras and art rock.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 12, 2021
The Green Room 42 has announced their line-up for the next week. Located inside YOTEL Times Square (570 Tenth Avenue, Fourth Floor), The Green Room 42 is Broadway's newest, most spacious, and funkiest cabaret club.
by BWW News Desk - May 2, 2017
The welcome mat for artists from the four corners of the globe has shone brightly at La MaMa's theater entryway for 55 years, and for the past 12, the welcome has been extended to choreographers and dancers participating in the La MaMa Moves! Dance Festival, which this season includes 17 dance companies and artists whose work asks important questions about the conditions of the world in which we are now living. The 2017 festival runs May 18-June 4.
by Don Grigware - May 14, 2018
Bold and brassy? Yes. Loud and raucous? At times! But... Jackie Hoffman is terribly, terribly talented and self-deprecating. Let's add juicy and mirthful! In her one-woman show Memoircita!, which played three performances at LGBT's Renberg Theatre this past weekend, Hoffman doled out more dish than gay audiences could ever dream of ... about her unhappy life, checkered career, whacky view of the world, and of course not excluding working with the brilliant and condescending Jessica Lange on Feud: Bette and Joan on fxtv. Her diary Memoircita! was the highlight.
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 29, 2019
Today's subject, Kristin Chenoweth, has been living her theatre life to the fullest since 1993 when Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, NJ cast her as the ingénue in their production of Animal Crackers. The show effectively launched her career and she went on to become a Tony Award-winning actress, and a highly successful recording and concert artist. She has also made many appearances on television and in film. On April 8th you will have the privilege of seeing this immense talent live onstage at The Music Center at Strathmore and, judging from past performances, it's going to a great evening of music.
by Caryn Robbins - Mar 22, 2017
Top-performing cable network HGTV, which roared past nearly every competitor in 2016 to deliver its highest-rated, most-watched year ever and scored its 10th consecutive year as the #1 cable net among upscale women—is amplifying its 2017 programming lineup
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 21, 2019
Cathy Weis Projects announces the lineup for the spring 2019 season of Sundays on Broadway, an ongoing series of performances, film screenings, readings, and discussions on Sunday evenings at WeisAcres. The spring season is curated by Cathy Weis and guest curators Emily Climer, Jon Kinzel, Melanie Maar, and Vicky Shick. All events begin at 6pm. $10 suggested donation at the door. WeisAcres is located at 537 Broadway, #3 (between Prince and Spring Streets), in Manhattan.
by Tori Hartshorn - Mar 19, 2019
Jazz/pop vocalist/trombonist Aubrey Logan announces her new single 'L.A.' from her highly-anticipated sophomore album Where The Sunshine is Expensive. Where The Sunshine Is Expensive, a love letter to her adopted hometown of Los Angeles, drops March 22 on Resonance Records. After a series of sold-out California shows wraps tonight, Logan returns to New York for an extensive run at the famed Birdland Jazz Club, April 10 through April 13. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2020
Members of the Film & TV Music community, made up of composers, songwriters, music editors, music supervisors, studio executives and more, are contributing their talents to SOUNDTRACK OF OUR LIVES: A CELEBRATION FOR THE FILM & TV MUSIC COMMUNITY, an online benefit event for MusiCares® COVID-19 Relief Fund.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 30, 2019
Today's top stories: Gabrielle Carrubba takes over the role of Zoe in Dear Evan Hansen, Hadestown eliminates its rush ticket policy, and more!
by Stephi Wild - Jul 30, 2018
In conjunction with U. S. Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor's first memoir for young people, the Zimmerli Art Museum at Rutgers is pleased to announce the opening of The Art of Turning Pages: Illustrations by Lulu Delacre for Sonia Sotomayor's Life Story on September 15. Justice Sotomayor shares her inspiring story about growing up and her deep love of reading in Turning Pages: My Life Story, which will be published by Philomel Books on September 4, along with a Spanish version, Pasando paginas: La historia de mi vida. The exhibition features nearly 30 objects on loan from award-winning children's author and illustrator Lulu Delacre, including her oil and collage art, preparatory drawings, and research material, on public view for the first time. Bilingual labels, in English and Spanish, accompany the works. Ms. Delacre will speak at Art After Hours: First Tuesdays on October 2.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 29, 2019
A Is For Audra: Broadway's Leading Ladies from A to Z is the new children's picture book written by John Robert Allman and illustrated by Peter Emmerich. The book will be released on November 12.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 27, 2017
Late-Night at the Pride Arts Center announces the second round of its popular late night show,"26," Saturday nights at 10pm, August 5th through September 23rd at The Buena, Pride Arts Center, located at 4147 N Broadway Ave.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 20, 2021
Chart-topping, GRAMMY-nominated saxophonist Dave Koz returns to the road this holiday season with the 24th annual Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour 2021 with South African guitarist/singer Jonathan Butler, trumpeter Rick Braun, saxophonist Richard Elliot and introducing vocalist Rebecca Jade.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 10, 2020
Herman is known for his work on Broadway classics such as Hello, Dolly!, Mame, La Cage Aux Folles, Dear World, Mack & Mabel, The Grand Tour, Milk & Honey and many more. He has been nominated for five Tony Awards, and won twice, for Hello, Dolly! and La Cage Aux Folles. He received a Lifetime Achievement Tony Award in 2009, and a Kennedy Center Honors in 2010.
by Christina Mancuso - Jan 9, 2017
In Bennie Brown's new book ABCs of Life: Stories of Tamika ($12.99, paperback, 9781498483568; e-book, $6.99, 9781498483575) children will be taught practical bible lessons through short stories involving a fictional character. The young girl in these stories encounters situations in her life at school, home and church. Lessons cover her world from A to Z, and as the stories are taught by parents and teachers, children will learn and remember each lesson. The main character is faced with everyday circumstances that are relatable to all children. When faced with different events, the child should be able to recall the story and apply the basic Christian principle in their own lives.
by - Jan 21, 2022
Today's top stories include a new musical stage adaptation of Black Orpheus, PBS' new Broadway in Concert series, and our exclusive first look at the new set of Hamilton Funko Pop figures! 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 20, 2022
Random House Children’s Books and The Actors Fund announced that they have partnered to release B IS FOR BROADWAY: Onstage and Backstage from A to Z. The book is the follow-up to the hit debut picture book A Is for Audra, which has had Broadway fans young and old clamoring to add it to their collections.
by Stephen Mosher - Jan 16, 2020
A 19 year old powerhouse has arrived in New York to become the next big thing in musical theater. Her show LEADING LADIES proves that Hannah Jane Peterson should succeed at her goal.. by next week.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 7, 2018
Annenberg Center Live presents the best in contemporary children's entertainment for its 33rd annual Philadelphia Children's Festival, May 17 through 19. Top artists from Philadelphia and beyond will showcase dance, theatre, music, magic, spoken word, and more over the three days of family-friendly festivities that will close the Annenberg Center's 2017-18 season. In addition to staged performances, the outdoor PlazaMania encompasses a host of interactive activities by local arts partners, face painting, balloon animals, performers, food trucks, and special guest appearances (perennial favorite, the Phillie Phanatic!).
by Team BWW - Feb 6, 2022
Are you a theatre student writing a term paper? A newbie looking to build up your theatrical knowledge? An old pro seeking to expand your vocabulary? Whether you're just beginning or supplementing your studies, sometimes we all need to brush up on our skills. Enter: BroadwayWorld's Broadway Glossary.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 22, 2019
Jazz/pop vocalist/trombonist Aubrey Logan announced today the release of her anticipated sophomore album Where The Sunshine is Expensive. Set to release on March 22nd on Resonance Records, Where The Sunshine Is Expensive is essentially a love letter to her adopted hometown of Los Angeles. Logan unveiled the first taste of the upcoming album with the lead single 'Understand,' Logan's tongue in cheek take on honesty in the city of sunshine. 
by Troy Frisby - Feb 20, 2018
Already this year, Justin Sayre is working on a new book, a musical album produced by Julian Fleisher, and 'an episodic comedy-horror soap opera' called RAVENSWOOD MANOR, set to be performed like 'a live TV show,' among numerous other projects. But first, the ever-busy performer will return to Joe's Pub with a new series called JUSTIN SAYRE'S GAY-B-C'S: A BRIEF HISTORY OF GAY CULTURE IN 5 PARTS.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 10, 2021
Need something new to read, watch, or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases! This week's list includes the children's book 'B is For Broadway', the sequel to  'A is For Audra', plus the documentary Six By Sondheim, monologue books, the Desert Song cast recording, and more!
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 8, 2016
ST. CROIX, U.S. Virgin Islands, Dec. 8, 2016 /PRNewswire/ Former U.S. Virgin Islands senator and Senate Liaison to the White House Wayne James has just released his highly anticipated etiquette book for men, Manly Manners: Lifestyle & Modern Etiquette for the Young Man of the 21 st Century. Published by the iUniverse division of Penguin-Random House, the provocative, edgy, 840-page bookthe first of a three-volume treatise totaling 2,100 pageshas been in the making for six years. Since January of 2011, the author has lived on three continents and one archipelagoSouth America, North America, Europe, and the Caribbeanresearching for and writing the treatise, which is already being called 'The most comprehensive work on male comportment,' 'Refreshingly inclusive and matter-of-factly cosmopolitan,' and 'A tour de force.'
by Stephi Wild - Dec 27, 2019
BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that legendary Tony Award winning composer and lyricist Jerry Herman has passed away. He died in Miami on December 26, due to pulmonary complications. He was 88 years old.
by Bonnie Lynn Wagner - Dec 1, 2019
Can you read a book a day? Do you like free books? You are going to want to hope on over to Riveted by Simon Teen every day in December 2019!
by Stephi Wild - Aug 2, 2021
Chart-topping, GRAMMY-nominated saxophonist Dave Koz returns to the road this holiday season with the 24th annual Dave Koz and Friends Christmas Tour 2021 with South African guitarist/singer Jonathan Butler, trumpeter Rick Braun, saxophonist Richard Elliot and introducing vocalist Rebecca Jade.
by Jim Munson - Apr 7, 2022
BroadwayWorld talks to director Crystal Manich about her vibrant new production of 'West Side Story' at Opera San Jose, which runs April 16th to May 1st at the California Theatre. The Puerto-Rican born director brings her own heritage to this iconic piece of musical theater that she has loved since she was a child.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 5, 2017
Late-Night at the Pride Arts Center announces '26,' Friday nights at 11pm, May 26th through July 14th at The Buena, Pride Arts Center, located at 4147 N Broadway Ave.
by Don Grigware - Apr 3, 2017
The last time I laughed, really laughed at something funny, I didn't stop to ask myself what made it funny. The various classifications of comedy through the ages have never seemed that significant to learn unless I were a professor of comedy or were looking for a few items of fun trivia to share at a cocktail party. Reed Martin and Justin Tichenor love to abridge as in their Reduced Shakespeare and the History of America, both of which seem to work just fine with audiences, but if you reduce comedy, doesn't it take the fun out of funny? For the first half of The Complete History of Comedy (abridged), currently onstage at the Falcon Theatre, I felt like I was in a classroom instead of the theatre. Lists and lists of the funniest people, funniest double acts, etc were thrown at us as if we were students preparing for a major exam on the subject. But by the time the first act came to an end, in a scene filled with strobe lights, a Mack Sennett chase replete with cream pies flying and cops falling down took center stage, and what he had been hearing about started to make sense. Comedy is the slap, the pratfall, the schtik, the slapstick produce the laugh-filled relief that we get from the pressures of everyday living. Under the fast paced direction of Jerry Kernion, three geniuses of physical comedy Marc Ginsburg, Mark Jacobson and last. but hardly least Zehra Fazal prove that they can put on a show and make us laugh.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 16, 2019
An award-winning David Bowie tribute show will be entertaining fans young and old as Parr Hall echoes with the sounds of the original Starman.