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Fulton Theatre

(New York, NY)
210 W. 46th St.
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 3, 2020
The doors have been dusted off and sanitised again and again, ready for the filth and scourge of London to descend into the depths of Hell aka The Vaults, in this covid-safe brand-new show: Dante's In Furlough from the 15th October.
by Maria Nockin - Sep 25, 2020
On the Los Angeles Opera website this week, soprano Sarah Vautour, together with pianists Steven Blier and Jeremy Frank, offer a recital of cabaret classics for her a?oeLiving Room Recital.a?? San Francisco opera notes that one of their Merola Opera Programa??s illustrious alumni, baritone Lucas Meachem (2003), opens Merolaa??s Virtual Recital Series on Sept. 27 at 4 p.m. PDT, with a?oeI Left My Aria in San Francisco.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 24, 2020
Start sweater weather season off right with exciting new original series and A-list blockbuster movies coming this October to HBO Max.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 22, 2020
This November, the Melbourne Fringe Festival is going up against all odds to present a boundary pushing program of experimental and digital art, including the first in-person events in Melbourne post-COVID lockdown.
by Stage Tube - Sep 22, 2020
Charles talks about fly fishing with Jimmy, gambling in Las Vegas, working in quarantine, being heckled while playing, Moses Malone helping him become a great player, his love of Krispy Kreme doughnuts, not caring who wins the NBA finals, and where LeBron James ranks vs Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
by Stage Tube - Sep 14, 2020
Yes Studios has unveiled a first look at the highly anticipated third season of their award-winning Israeli TV drama series SHTISEL.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Oct 7, 2020
1091 Pictures presents a new documentary from the mind of Zachary Capp of Capp Bros. Productions, THE RINGMASTER.
by Stage Tube - Oct 22, 2020
Yahya Abdul-Mateen II discusses the timely release of his new film The Trial of the Chicago 7, talks about the audience reception to Watchmen and reveals what it was like working with Mark Rylance.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 20, 2020
Geffen Playhouse will launch a series of three new live, virtual and interactive world premiere productions from its Geffen Stayhouse banner.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 9, 2020
Boyd Gaming customers throughout the Las Vegas Valley won multiple jackpots of $10,000 or more in October at Aliante, The Orleans, Gold Coast, Suncoast, Sam's Town, Cannery, California and Fremont.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 6, 2020
RTG Features, the newly established sister studio to basketball media leader SLAM, has announced that it is partnering with NBA legend Charles Barkley's Round Mound Media to produce the serialized one-hour scripted show “The Line,” based on the bestselling book Scandals of '51 from author Charley Rosen. RTG will introduce the series to buyers at the virtual American Film Market, which is running this week.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 17, 2020
Bolshoi Presents THE GOVERNMENT INSPECTOR, with a libretto by composer and Yliy Kim.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 7, 2021
'Asian Voices' will air across linear in the following markets: New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Philadelphia, San Francisco, Houston, Raleigh-Durham and Fresno, as well as on the stations' 32 connected TV apps on streaming platforms Fire TV, Android TV, Apple TV and Roku.   
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - May 7, 2020
As BroadwayWorld previously reported, David Mamet's November will be the first reading in a series from Broadway's Best Shows, airing tonight, May 7 (8pm EST).
by Cindy Marcolina - May 31, 2021
The boundaries of immersive theatre have always been fairly blurry in London. From shows that happen around a crowd rather than on a frontal stage to properly participative ones, the label started to be linked to the inclusion of the audience in some way or another. Well, The Money doesn’t subscribe to any of these conventions.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 22, 2020
Having just solidified its position as the No. 1 network in entertainment among Adults 18-49 for the first time in four years, ABC is announcing its 2020-2021 programming slate, which includes renewals for 19 series and two straight-to-series orders from its current crop of pilots
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 21, 2021
After a life on the magazine covers - Robbie sees his Dad's fishing loft on the market and is drawn back to his Fleetwood home - to seek redemption. Having lost the Cod Wars, and the right to fish, the loss from no more tr
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2020
Author K.C. Gillis has announced the upcoming release of the second book in his Jordan Reed Mystery series, Lake Effect, scheduled for release by Chesterfield Press on May 26, 2020.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2020
Boyd Gaming Corporation (NYSE: BYD) today announced plans to resume operations at seven properties in Louisiana and Mississippi, pending receipt of final regulatory approvals.
by Shari Barrett - May 11, 2021
Antaeus Theatre Company highlights the culture and history of six additional Los Angeles neighborhoods with Season Two of its popular 'The Zip Code Plays: Los Angeles' podcast series, set to launch May 20. Here are my interviews with the four female directors who discuss their own personal histories within the Zip Code Plays they direct. (Gigi Bermingham, Jennifer Chang, Saundra McClain, and Bernadette Speakes)
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 11, 2021
For summer of 2021 The Way Off Broadway Dinner Theatre will present the most anticipated show of the 2020 Season!  
by Aliya Al-Hassan - May 1, 2021
Mr Wickham is best known as the villain of Jane Austen’s iconic novel Pride and Prejudice; a dastardly rake who seduced Elizabeth’s impetuous younger sister Lydia and threatened to bring the whole family into disrepute. Adrian Lukis, who played Wickham in the seminal 1994 BBC series, now returns to the character in Being Mr Wickham, a highly engaging one-man play, streamed live from the country’s last Regency theatre, the Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Mar 8, 2021
BroadwayWorld is celebrating Women's History Month and International Women's Day by asking the question, 'what does being a woman in theatre mean to you?'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 8, 2021
Disaster! features a showstopping score including some of the most memorable pop, rock and disco hits of the 1970s, including 'Hot Stuff,' 'I Am Woman,' 'Knock On Wood,' 'Daybreak' and more.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 8, 2021
Operating on a genuine fan-first basis, Rare Americans now sits on top of over 120 million global streams and over 400 thousand subscribers on YouTube since their arrival in 2018 and have never compromised their vision.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 7, 2021
The Kentucky Wesleyan College Theatre Department will present “Guys and Dolls” in the Activity Hall at 3300 Frederica St. March 25-27. Performances March 25-27 will be at 7 p.m. and the closing matinee on March 28 will be at 2 p.m.
by Carol Kassie - Mar 6, 2020
Chasing Jack, the award-winning play by John S. Anastasi, will have its southeastern premiere at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park. The production, directed by Peter J. Loewy, and starring two-time Tony Award-nominated actress Crista Moore will begin previews on March 12th and open on March 14th. The show will run through March 22nd.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 6, 2020
Drs. Robert Forrant and Bridget M. Marshall of the University of Massachusetts Lowell will appear in free post-show talkbacks on March 26 and March 29 after performances of the world premiere of The Lowell Offering at Merrimack Repertory Theatre.
by TV Scoop - Mar 30, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of BLACK-ISH, airing on ABC on Tuesday, April 14, 2020!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 2, 2020
After its sold-out 2018 debut, the biennale MOVING BODY - MOVING IMAGE Festival, conceived and curated by the accomplished choreographer, dancer, teacher, and filmmaker Gabri Christa, returns to Barnard College.
by Peter Nason - Mar 19, 2020
How do we make a list of the 101 greatest show tunes from the past 100 years without bias? That's certainly a near-impossible mountain to climb, because even some forms of biases, knowledgeable judgments, are key when doing a task like this. But we need to make it as objective as possible when dealing with something so subjective.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 16, 2020
The New York Times has reported that a comptroller at the Kirov Academy of Ballet misappropriated $1.5 million from the school, and recently appeared in court to face charges.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 26, 2020
The York Theatre Company has announced the schedule of upcoming online activities of live chats and panel discussions with past production and creative team members, and a special York Members Night via The York's Facebook page.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 18, 2021
Former UK professional soccer star (footballer), Tony Kelly has announced the release of his new memoir, Red Card: A Bet You Can Win! He had lost it all, but he stands today as someone who is unbreakable!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 17, 2020
Having just solidified its position as the No. 1 network in entertainment among Adults 18-49 for the first time in four years, ABC is announcing its 2020 premiere schedule. The network's previously announced programming slate includes renewals for 20 series and two straight-to-series orders from its current crop of pilots
by Stephi Wild - Jul 9, 2020
The comedy of Soteris Christou Small White Envelopes, which won the Award for Best Cypriot Director at the Cyprus Film Days Festival 2019, is shown at the Summer Cinema of the Rialto Theatre. In the same Festival, Antonis Katsaris won the Award for Best Cypriot Actor for his performance in the film.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 7, 2020
The old saying, 'The show must go on' is being put to the test. How will the show go on when theaters are shuttered in today's era of social distancing? Short Story Theatre, a popular story-telling group on Chicago's North Shore, which started in 2012, has its own true story to tell about this challenge.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 29, 2021
Revised tour dates have been announced for The Greatest Play in the History of the World… starring multi-award winning, BAFTA nominated actress Julie Hesmondhalgh. The play, which had been due to open at Hull Truck Theatre on Friday 29 January & tour until Saturday 20 March is now planned to open on Friday 7 May & tour until Saturday 3 July 2021.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 14, 2021
Boyd Gaming destinations across Southern Nevada are offering decadent and unforgettable Valentine's Day dining experiences on Sunday, February 14. 
by Emily McClanathan - Feb 27, 2020
In Lifeline Theatre's MIDDLE PASSAGE, the intimate Rogers Park venue transforms into the scene of a 19th century maritime epic. Artistic Director Ilesa Duncan and David Barr III adapt Charles Johnson's award-winning 1990 novel for the stage, and Duncan directs. The sprawling tale follows a recently freed slave as he journeys from the gambling dens of New Orleans to the heart of the African slave trade and back again.
by Carol Kassie - Feb 19, 2020
Chasing Jack, the award-winning play by John S. Anastasi, will have its southeastern premiere at the Willow Theatre in Sugar Sand Park this March. The production, to be directed by Peter J. Loewy, will begin previews on March 12th and open on March 14th. The show will run through March 22nd.
by Drew Eberhard - Feb 13, 2021
Just shy of a year ago which seems crazy to think about now, myself and other patrons sat in the familiar space surrounded by familiar faces to embark on a journey with a group of characters outside our normalcy. Think about that sentence for a minute. Almost a year later and we are still trying to grasp our ideals of what “normalcy” truly means. Nonetheless, the fine staff at Stageworks Theatre in Tampa’s Channelside District opened their doors once more to present an evening of live, socially distanced in person performances to remove our weary minds of the mundane, and help us escape what has now become our new normal. With names delegated on seats socially distanced away from other patrons, and masks donned by staff and audience alike, it had the welcoming feeling of being home once more. Aside from the temperature checks and socially distanced restroom protocols, the welcoming feeling of old and new friends gathering in a familiar place was comforting and much needed. The staff at Stageworks should be commended here for their top-notch protocols in place there was not an uneasy feeling to be had. Producing Artistic Director Karla Hartley welcomed everyone in her speech and with candor and compassion welcomed us back into the doors of a space we all know and love. A beautiful homage to those personally affected...stars have been placed across the front row of the audience which made for a touching tribute in these times.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 6, 2020
From HBO Sports and StreetSmartVideo comes a story of fame, greed, wild excess and self-destruction in the upcoming documentary presentation WILD CARD: THE DOWNFALL OF A RADIO LOUDMOUTH charting the rise and fall of prominent New York sports radio personality Craig Carton.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 4, 2020
Local resident Roy turned a recent visit to Sam's Town Hotel and Gambling Hall's Bingo Room into a more than $10,000 payday on Saturday, August 1. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2020
Launch Pad Publishing is releasing its first ever anthology, a collection of 18 essays about addiction and recovery from some of the world's top addiction and recovery writers.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 27, 2020
The Texas Tribune Festival and Alamo Drafthouse Cinema announced a partnership today that will bring four documentaries to the 10th annual Festival taking place virtually via Alamo On Demand, Alamo Drafthouse’s VOD platform, throughout the month of September.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 12, 2020
Stelio Savante (Running For Grace), Robia Scott (Unplanned), Jessica Koloian (Courageous Love), Robert Amaya (Mom's Night Out), and Sharonne Lanier (The Resident) have joined the cast of writer/director George Johnson's (NATAS LGL Emmy® Award-Winning Director of 'Haunted' by THE GUESS WHO) human trafficking thriller Pulled From Darkness.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 7, 2021
Need something new to read, watch, or listen to? Check out this week's list of new and upcoming releases!
by Stephi Wild - Apr 30, 2021
Jawbone is an provocative, bold, and controversial dark comedy which examines the mythology of the modern day “successful man.”
by Stephi Wild - Apr 12, 2021
With Covid restrictions ramping steadily down Sydney Philharmonia Choirs is once more able to deliver the signature mass choir performances, for which the organisation has earned its impeccable worldwide reputation.