Good Thing 2001

Opened: December 16, 2001
Closing: January 06, 2002

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Interview: Avon Native John Ambrosino Makes his Broadway Debut in THE WHO'S TOMMY
by R. Scott Reedy - Apr 19, 2024

While a student at Thayer Academy in Braintree, actor, singer, and director John Ambrosino saw his earliest Broadway shows – from “Sunset Boulevard” to “Victor/Victoria” and, in his senior year, “Titanic” with Brian D’Arcy James, brother of the school’s then Head of Drama, Anne James.

Review Roundup: Critics Weigh In on Suzan-Lori Parks' SALLY & TOM
by Nicole Rosky - Apr 17, 2024

The Public Theater just celebrated opening night for the New York premiere of SALLY & TOM, a bold new dramedy written by Pulitzer Prize winner and Public Theater Writer-in-Residence Suzan-Lori Parks and directed by Steve H. Broadnax III. Check out what the critics are saying!

The Early November Shares New Single and Music Video 'The Fool'
by Josh Sharpe - Apr 16, 2024

Alternative rock group The Early November has shared “The Fool”, the second single from their forthcoming Self-Titled album. In tarot, The Fool symbolizes the embrace of new beginnings and the willingness to take risks. However the band’s latest single speaks to getting so caught up in the way things are that you almost miss those moments. Listen to the song here!

Pittsburgh Public Theater Presents SCOTLAND, PA State Premiere
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 11, 2024

Pittsburgh Public Theater has announced the state premiere of the acclaimed musical SCOTLAND, PA.

Pittsburgh Public Theater To Present Pennsylvania Premiere Of Musical Comedy SCOTLAND, PA
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 11, 2024

Pittsburgh Public Theater will present the Pennsylvania premiere of the rock musical SCOTLAND, PA. Learn how to purchase tickets.

Bernadette Peters & Lea Salonga Will Lead STEPHEN SONDHEIM'S OLD FRIENDS in LA and on Broadway
by Joshua Wright - Apr 8, 2024

Center Theatre Group (CTG) announced today the North American premiere of Stephen Sondheim’s Old Friends, starring Bernadette Peters (Gypsy, Annie Get Your Gun) and Lea Salonga (Miss Saigon, Here Lies Love), and directed by Sir Matthew Bourne (Swan Lake, My Fair Lady), playing at the Ahmanson Theatre from February 8—March 9, 2025. 

Krysta Rodriguez & More to Perform at Signature Theatre Gala Honoring Nathan Lane
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 27, 2024

On April 29, 2024, Signature Theatre will honor icon of stage and screen Nathan Lane with the company’s thirteenth Stephen Sondheim Award. Learn more!

OKC Broadway 24/25 Season to Include MOULIN ROUGE, MJ, and More
by Blair Ingenthron - Mar 17, 2024

OKC Broadway has announced their 2024 – 2025 Season. Learn more about the lineup here!

Gladys Knight Unveils Farewell Tour Dates in Australia & New Zealand
by Michael Major - Mar 13, 2024

Get ready for GLADYS KNIGHT's Farewell Tour starting next week in Perth, marking her final performances in Australia and New Zealand. Don't miss the legendary singer's goodbye tour. Hear songs like ‘Licence To Kill', ‘Midnight Train to Georgia', ‘I Don't Want To Know', ‘Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me' & ‘That's What Friends Are For.'

The Early November Releases 'What We Earn' From Self-Titled Album
by Michael Major - Mar 12, 2024

Discover the self-titled album from The Early November. Their new track 'What We Earn' is out now. Get ready for their summer tour with Spitalfield, Hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, and Cliffdiver. In addition to the new album, The Early November have a US headline tour with support from Spitalfield, Hellogoodbye, Hit The Lights, and Cliffdiver.

AS YOU LIKE IT, THE TEMPEST & More Set for 2024 St. Louis Shakespeare Festival
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 7, 2024

The St. Louis Shakespeare Festival has revealed its line-up for their 24th season of free Shakespeare with As You Like It as the mainstage production. See the lineup and learn how to purchase tickets.

Interview: 'This is An Insane Feat': Actors Elizabeth Ayodele and Baker Mukasa on the Epic STANDING AT THE SKY'S EDGE
by Kat Mokrynski - Mar 11, 2024

Standing at the Sky’s Edge has arrived at the Gillian Lynne Theatre on the West End after runs at the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield and the National Thetare. Recently, we had the chance to speak with Baker Mukasa (George) and Elizabeth Ayodele (Joy) about their roles within the show.

These Stars of SUCCESSION Have Ties to the Stage
by Stephi Wild - Mar 3, 2024

With Jeremy Strong making his Broadway return in An Enemy of the People this season, BroadwayWorld is exploring some of the others stars of the iconic series Succession, who have ties to the stage.

Review: GEOFF SOBELLE'S FOOD Texas Performing Arts at The McCullough Theatre
by Joni Lorraine - Feb 2, 2024

From Geoff Sobelle’s website, we learn that “FOOD is an intimate dinner party performance that uses smell, taste, touch and audience instruction to feed a meditation on the ways and whys of eating. Why do you eat what you eat? Where does it come from? What does it really cost?” I quote it here, because it is entirely accurate. But that only cracks the surface of this deep performance piece that nudges us toward contemplation of the evolution of food and mankind.

Nathan Lane to Receive 2024 Stephen Sondheim Award From Signature Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 31, 2024

Signature Theatre will honor Nathan Lane with the 2024 Stephen Sondheim Award. The Broadway and film legend is known for his award-winning performances in 'The Producers,' 'A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum,' 'The Birdcage,' and 'The Lion King.'

Interview: Matthew Bourne Gives a Heart-to-Heart On His Latest Re-Imagining of ROMEO + JULIET & Other Creative Projects
by Gil Kaan - Jan 28, 2024

Matthew Bourne’s Romeo + Juliet will have its North American Premiere at the Ahmanson January 31, 2024 (with previews starting January 28th). Matthew directs and choreographs his cast of 27 New Adventures dancers. Matthew managed to answer a few of my queries on the phone amidst the background of police sirens blaring.

2024 Gilmore Piano Festival To Feature Over 100 Concerts And Events, April 24- May 12
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 5, 2024

The Gilmore Piano Festival returns this year with more than 100 concerts and events featuring appearances by many of the world’s preeminent classical and jazz pianists and artists, from Wednesday, April 24 to Sunday, May 12, 2024. 

Interview: Choreographers Brett Ishida, John Wannehag, And Jeremy Galdeano Offers BroadwayWorld a Sneak Peek of KEEPSAKE at The Hobby Center
by Miranda Keating - Dec 19, 2023

The Hobby Center for the Performing Arts presents the world premiere of keepsake in collaboration with ISHIDA Dance Company featuring works choreographed by ISHIDA, French choreographer Jeremy Galdeano, and Swedish dancer and choreographer John Wannehag. We got to speak with the three choreographers, who gave us a sneak peek into their program.

Gladys Knight Returns To Australia & New Zealand With 'The Farewell Tour'
by Michael Major - Dec 12, 2023

Bringing her biggest hits – ‘Midnight Train to Georgia', ‘I Don't Want To Know', ‘Best Thing That Ever Happened To Me' & ‘That's What Friends Are For' – to stages across Australia & New Zealand, in Perth on 19 March before heading Australia-wide to Adelaide, Brisbane, Gold Coast, Melbourne, Canberra and Sydney and then across to New Zealand.

Interview: 'It's Definitely an Art Form': Choreographer Alison Faulk on Channing Tatum, Female Empowerment and Self Expression in MAGIC MIKE LIVE
by Kat Mokrynski - Dec 12, 2023

Recently we had the opportunity to talk with Alison Faulk, the choreographer for not only Magic Mike Live but the Magic Mike movies as well! We discussed how she first fell in love with dance, what it is like to choreograph with a team, and what the creative process is like for something so interactive like Magic Mike Live.

What's New on Max This December 2023
by Michael Major - Nov 27, 2023

Stream Original Comedy Specials “Leo Reich: Literally Who Cares?!” For HBO And “Gary Gulman: Born on 3rd Base” For Max, Max Original Documentary “Oprah and The Color Purple Journey,” HBO Original Documentary Series “Murder in Boston: Roots, Rampage & Reckoning,” and more. Check out what's coming to Max and leaving Max in December 2023.

Every Broadway Actor in THE GILDED AGE Season Two
by Michael Major - Nov 19, 2023

The Gilded Age has returned for season two with a fresh lineup of Broadway stars! The first season of Julian Fellowes' series featured over 60 Broadway alums, including Audra McDonald, Nathan Lane, Cynthia Nixon, and more. Check out which faces you recognize from the theatre, including new additions like Laura Benanti and Jeremy Shamos.

The Drama Book Shop Announces Upcoming Author Events
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 2, 2023

The Drama Book Shop presents a series of events featuring new theatrical literary works by authors and playwrights. Join them for inspiring discussions and celebrations of the power of American theater. Reserve your seat on their website.

Full Cast and Team Set for MACBETH, Starring Ralph Fiennes and Indira Varma
by Blair Ingenthron - Oct 31, 2023

Shakespeare Theatre Company has announced the location, cast, and creative team for the highly-anticipated spring production of Macbeth. Directed by STC Artistic Director Simon Godwin, Macbeth stars Tony and BAFTA Award-winner Ralph Fiennes and Olivier Award-winner Indira Varma as the leading lord and lady. Learn more about the location, cast, and creative team here!

Interview: Jai Rodriguez of JAI RODRIGUEZ: A THOUSAND SWEET KISSES at 54 Below
by Michael Walters - Oct 10, 2023

The OG Queer Eye culture vulture returns to NY for an evening of song and romance.


What productions of Good Thing have there been?
Good Thing has had 1 productions including Off-Broadway which opened in 2001.