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Theater at St. Clement's Church

(New York, NY)
423 West 46th Street
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by Gil Kaan - Sep 30, 2021
The Foundation for New American Musicals (FNAM) will honor Marc Shaiman with their inaugural Inspire Award at their FNAM ALL-STAR BENEFIT AND FUNDRAISER October 24th at a private Pacific Palisades residence. Scheduled to appear that night: Megan Hilty, Matthew Morrison, Bruce Vilanch, Marisha Wallace and Marissa Jaret Winokur. Marc took a brief moment from his many obligations to answer my queries with his snappy quips.
by Michael Major - Sep 28, 2021
The album will feature collaborations with Tony Levin (King Crimson, Peter Gabriel), Sara Lee (Gang of Four, The B52s, The League of Gentlemen), Marc Shulman (Suzanne Vega), Bill Dillon (Robbie Robertson), Gerry Leonard (David Bowie), Daniel Weiss (Joan Osbourne) and Rupert Greenall (The Fixx). 
by Rosanna Liuski - Sep 25, 2021
Baskervillen Koira went easily to my top 5 favorite shows of alltime. Read thick analysis why it succeeded!
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 23, 2021
Academy Award-nominee Taryn Edgerton will join Bridgerton star Jonathan Bailey in Mike Bartlett's play Cock this spring on the West End. 
by Karis Rogerson - Sep 20, 2021
Surrounded by the modern design sensibilities of the Birdland Theater, Susan Mack spent a Sunday night taking the audience back in time. With a 16-song setlist comprised of jazz classics from the early-to-mid 20th century (with a few more modern songs up to the 1980s), Mack's 'Music in the Air' was meant to be a celebration of the impact of music as it surrounds us in our day-to-day lives. At one point joking that, with everything else that's been in the air of late, music is a good thing to be touched by, Mack interlaced the songs with some explanations and a few hints at her life behind the curtain.
by Student Blogger: Silvana Flores - Sep 20, 2021
I don't know if you already knew, but Come From Away the musical is now available on Apple Tv, I watched it for the first time and I wanted to write about it because even though I didn’t watch it in a theatre on Broadway , it was worth every minute.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2021
Paul Bradshaw co-stars in his hilarious and fast-paced one-act production with George Greenland and Stephanie Levi-John.
by Peter Nason - Sep 11, 2021
Anita Kollinger is a standout in a powerful show that features some interesting and questionable interpretations from director Gabe Flores.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 10, 2021
Performance artist John Fleck will present four live, work-in-progress performances of his musical cabaret/special event it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE! at the Odyssey Theatre starting September 18th. Had the chance to chat up this infamous NEA FOUR artist on his creativity, his patience in the makeup chair and his creative history with David Schweizer.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 8, 2021
Any time Dorian Woodruff sets out to make a new show, he leaves no stone unturned in his effort to get it right, which is why he sometime takes an entire year to put everything in place. More than two years after his hit 'Welcome Home' show, Dorian comes home to Pangea with a new show set the the music of a legendary singer/songwriter.
by Cindy Marcolina - Oct 29, 2021
Hampstead Theatre gets back on its feet properly and reopens at full capacity bringing Stockard Channing back on stage, who was last on stage in London at Trafalgar Studios in 2017. The former Rizzo now plays Thelma,  Rebecca Night’s Jessie’s elderly mother who lives by herself apparently ignorant of the running of her own home. But Jessie’s had enough of life and announces to her that at the end of the night she's going to shoot herself in her bedroom.
by Review Roundups - Oct 26, 2021
The North American tour of the 10-time Tony Award-winning Best Musical THE BAND'S VISIT, featuring music and lyrics by Tony and Drama Desk Award®-winner David Yazbek, has hit the road!
by Michael Major - Oct 25, 2021
YMSB's 20th-anniversary re-release of this modern classic on 180g double vinyl. Originally released on the band’s own independent label, Frog Pad Records, Town by Town features founding members Adam Aijala, Ben Kaufmann, Dave Johnston, and Jeff Austin, along with album producer and bluegrass legend Tim O’Brien.
by Jeffrey Kare - Oct 12, 2021
From October 12th-17th, North Carolina Theatre will be presenting a production of 9 TO 5: THE MUSICAL at Raleigh Memorial Auditorium, which is located inside Duke Energy Center for the Performing Arts. The show features a book penned by Patricia Resnick, who was one of the screenwriters behind the original movie, and an original score written by Dolly Parton. North Carolina Theatre's production stars Sara Jean Ford as Judy Bernly (the Jane Fonda role), Lauren Kennedy, the Producing Artistic Director of Theatre Raleigh, as Violet Newstead (the Lily Tomlin role), and Ryah Nixon as Doralee Rhodes (the Dolly Parton role). Not to mention that Raleigh's own Ira David Wood III, the Artistic and Executive Director of Theatre in the Park, will be making a special appearance in the show as the Chairman of the Board. I recently had the great pleasure of interviewing actor Ben Davis, who will be taking on the role of Franklin Hart, Jr. Ben has previously appeared on Broadway in LES MISÉRABLES, LA BOHÈME (which earned him along with his fellow cast members a special Tony Award in 2003), THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC, VIOLET, and DEAR EVAN HANSEN.
by Jim Munson - Nov 5, 2021
BroadwayWorld talks to director Elkhanah Pulitzer about her new production of Henry Purcell's Baroque masterpiece 'Dido and Aneas' which marks Opera San Jose's return to live performances November 13th to 28th.
by Michael Major - Nov 29, 2021
Grammy-winning singer, songwriter, producer and best-selling author Richard Marx has announced The Vault - Vol. 1, the first in a multi-run series of colored vinyl EPs featuring unreleased demos and early material. The EP will feature Marx’s demos from before his first record deal, Volume 1 features four songs and is printed on yellow vinyl. 
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 28, 2021
One of the industry's most beloved folk music singer-songwriters played and slayed to a happy audience of of storytelling aficionados.
by Peter Nason - Nov 27, 2021
The most important figure in musical theatre history is gone; let's celebrate his life by listening to his incredible works. Reviewer Peter Nason gets you started by listing his choices for the 91 greatest Sondheim songs.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 27, 2021
Stephen Sondheim 1930 -2021
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 20, 2021
The Broadway World Cabaret Award winner for Best Spoken Word show is back with a new format that is working for hostess Leola... and she is working for it, too.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 2, 2021
BIRDLAND THEATER will present Christine Lavin for one show only on Monday, November 22 at 8:30 PM. The New York City-based singer, songwriter, guitarist, recording artist, author, and videographer will present a selection of her most requested songs with a unique modern twist.
by Deborah Bostock-Kelley - Nov 17, 2021
THINKTANK AND TAMPAREP PARTNER FOR THE GIVER AND THE CURIOUS INCIDENT OF THE DOG IN THE NIGHT at Stageworks Theatre.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 1, 2021
YELLOW SOUND LABEL has announced the release of Sondheim Unplugged: The NYC Sessions – Volume One, the opening salvo of a monumental three-volume set dedicated to the oeuvre of iconic musical theater composer Stephen Sondheim.
by Student Blogger: Zac Denver Lee - Jul 27, 2021
During my audition to enter the course, the auditioner asked me if I could lose a bit of weight out of concern. So during the dance call, I danced my best to prove to him that I am capable of dancing and I got accepted. But I was not prepared for the intensive dance training that was planned for us. I was on the verge of quitting.
by Evan Henerson - Jul 26, 2021
'A lean an hungry look,' Julius Caesar’s oft-quoted descriptor for Cassius, is an apt metaphor for the season-opening production of JULIUS CAESAR at the Will Geer Theatricum Botanicum, and not always in a good way. The leanness box is dutifully checked, but director Ellen Geer’s production could certainly be hungrier and more thought out.
by Ricky Pope - Jul 26, 2021
Before the end of the first song, there was thunderous applause at the return of SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED to 54 Below after having been absent, in fact, all of last year. For those of you, like me, who have never been to a SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED show, it is the creation of impresario Phil Geoffrey Bond. It is a simple concept. It is a monthly event at which he gathers a group of guest stars who sing songs by Stephen Sondheim, accompanied only by a piano. The entire evening is hosted and curated by Mr. Bond who also provides tidbits of history and trivia about the songs we are hearing. The series is in its eleventh season. Tonight’s show was number 93.
by Gil Kaan - Jul 24, 2021
CHICO’S ANGELS’ Frieda Laye will return live to the Cavern Club Celebrity Theater stage in CHICO’S ANGELS director/creator Kurt Koehler’s latest FRIEDA THE 13th: CAMP BLOOD.  This short, five-performance run beginning August 6, 2021 will also feature Julie Brown, Dustyn Gulledge, Jenna Perusich, Craig Taggart, Lennon Hobson, Kalan Tauck, Hayes Dunlap and Reba Areba.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 20, 2021
The protagonist, Linus Stephenson (Wade Oxford), has a heart of gold and has touched countless lives during his decades of ministry work. He proudly attributes his affect on people to the healing influence of God, who turned him from an abused little boy (Tristan Meyers) and tormented young man (Hank Fisher) into a pillar of the community.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 20, 2021
Early in her career Deborah Stone used her body as a dancer in demand and left her voice to its own devices. Now, the singing actress from The Snarks has found that her voice works just as well when set to music as it does when reciting dialogue, and the cabaret community has taken to that voice like a toddler to an ice cream cake.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 18, 2021
Freshly pressed from their forthcoming album, Too Much Of A Good Thing, this electric groove-laden rockin' offering is one of the 'catchiest songs' lead guitarist and vocalist Noah Monckton has ever written, he says.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 12, 2021
Three major outdoor photography exhibitions are open until 21 July: Human Nature on Portobello Promenade and This Is Engineering…Like You've Never Seen it Before and Road to Net Zero: Visions of a Low Carbon Future, both on The Mound.
by Kevin Shaw - Jan 20, 2022
What a conundrum for an artist. Is it more effective to deliver art to an audience by any means necessary or to have the 'vehicle' for displaying it match the work itself? For example, when it comes to the theatre, can a whisper ever truly be a whisper? Such is the dilemma for any theatre since 1938 producing Thornton Wilder's OUR TOWN.
by Student Blogger: Max Martinez - Jan 20, 2022
'I've always wanted to be an actress,' Racks Nieto tells me. She's 6 hours ahead of me. She's in London and I'm in Costa Rica. But not even the Atlantic Ocean can get between our friendship. She remembers a documentary she watched recently, because a dancer is asked the same question. 'She thought it was a weird question because it was like asking her why she breathes. She just does it. And I know what she means. I feel the same way about acting. It's always been a part of me. I just do it.'
by Gil Kaan - Jan 19, 2022
We got a chance to chat with Melissa Jacques (who plays Jamie's mother Margaret) on her history with JAMIE, her first time working in Los Angeles and the decline of theatre etiquette.
by Michael Major - Jan 14, 2022
After a busy 2021 that saw the release of their House On Stilts visual EP and “Pirkei Avot” music video and video game, Nathan Leigh & The Crisis Actors show no signs of slowing down in the new year. The track is from their forthcoming remix album All Myths Are RemixesAdditionally fans can check out the lead single and music video now!
by Jonathan Marshall - Jan 12, 2022
Trouble in Mind had its stage premiere more than sixty years ago. The biting satire written by Alice Childress centres on racism in theatre. As representation within the industry continues to be addressed, it feels a pertinent time for the National Theatre’s revival. Performers Emma Canning and Daniel Adeosun spoke with BroadwayWorld about the production, the industry and graduating drama school during the pandemic.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 8, 2021
An abundant collection of music pays tribute to a great man and a great series.
by Rayne Jarabo - Dec 4, 2021
Staging 'Island Song' virtually seems to fit in this pandemic season since live events are currently limited in the Philippines. However, Artremix Productions successfully made it possible to inspire theater enthusiasts and practitioners not to lose hope, as if theater is still alive [physically]. The internet could also be a platform to present a play or musical, but the difference is that it has to be either pre-recorded or be done live online. This first production of Artremix has various talented actors from different theater organizations, which means all of them are trained very well and can sing.
by Rosanna Liuski - Dec 12, 2021
'I’m never in a situation where I’m thinking that now I’m gonna direct a pause. I answer the same way as in the previous one that if it makes sense to me then I let it be. But if it doesn’t make sense I start discussing with the actor why are you doing like this? What are you thinking, what are you feeling? And then you go through that' - Harjanne
by Gil Kaan - Aug 9, 2021
Center Theatre Group, in association with The Fire This Time Festival and Watts Village Theater Company, has been premiering playwright Roger Q. Mason’s THE DUAT online as part of their series NOT A MOMENT BUT A MOVEMENT. Taibi Magar directs THE DUAT with Gregg Daniel and percussionist David Leach. Had the chance to throw out a few queries to the always busy Roger.
by Student Blogger: Silvana Flores - Aug 5, 2021
I was so excited for High School Musical:The Musical: The Series season two, more than I thought I would be, I mean last season really surprised me with the cast, the amazing original songs and the way they made High School Musical work as a TV show, it felt fresh, original and special, but now that season two is over, I have a lot of thoughts. The plot changed a little bit, but we have the same cast and the same style so, that was not a problem, but from my point of view something felt different and at first I thought I was expecting too much because I loved season one, but with every episode my excitement went down.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 4, 2021
Tuca (Haddish) and Bertie (Wong) are best friends, and they’re both full of ghosts!  Bertie is busy excavating her inner ghouls with the help of a therapist, while Tuca prefers to stuff hers behind the toilet.
by David Bravos - Aug 4, 2021
In 2001 Sally Richardson founded Steamworks Arts. Their first wort was a hit, enjoying two runs in Perth before being invited to Sydney, as well as being recorded for ABC Radio Drama. Steamworks are returning to SAVAGE GRACE with the same cast and crew to celebrate and reflect upon how the company, the people, and the world have changed since.
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 4, 2021
In 1985 Great Performances on PBS presented a television special titled 'The Best of Broadway' that featured Tom Bosley hosting a treasure trove of performers from the American Musical Theater performing the numbers that they made famous on the Broadway stage.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 3, 2021
Hell in a Handbag Productions is thrilled to return to the stage, marking its 20th Anniversary Season with new and familiar works that embrace Handbag's mission of the preservation and celebration of camp and parody – exactly what we need right now!
by TV News Desk - Aug 24, 2021
An Expanded Edition is also available as a 2-CD or digital collection, including the remastered album along with B-sides and rarities.
by DC Felton - Aug 19, 2021
It's been over a year since Carousel has been over a year since Carousel Theatre of Indianola has been able to welcome an audience. While Covid may have put live performances on hold, Carousel has adjusted and tried new things during the pandemic. Last fall, they held a Cabaret of musical theatre favorites and had a jazzy evening of love songs around Valentine's Day. This summer, they filmed all five shows that were part of the Writers Project they held during the pandemic. Now they are ready to open their doors again with '[Title of Show].' The show opened on August 13th and was the perfect show to welcome the musical theatre lovers in all of us back to the theatre.
by Ricky Pope - Aug 15, 2021
Travis Moser, a full-throated musical theatre baritone, sings five songs mostly from the first half of Sondheim's career. He is joined by his longtime musical director Drew Wutke, who has created stripped-down piano-only versions of the songs. Recorded about 6 months into the pandemic, Moser has used his mini song cycle to react to the pandemic from his own point of view using Sondheim's words. The aim was to record the songs just as Sondheim wrote them, without new arrangements and without altering pronouns or genders. It is clear Travis Moser holds Sondheim in great regard and has presented his songs quite faithfully.
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 10, 2021
The Green Room 42's most popular act is back on the boards, and the club is back at maximum capacity.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 1, 2021
‘Pot Odds’ brings together two award winners—writer Gabrielle Wagner and director Joy Kelly—as part of The Theater Project’s ongoing programs during the pandemic.  The Theater Project has gained regional recognition for its annual Young Playwrights Competition, ARK (Actors Reading with Kids) program and its recently launched “The Theater Project Thinks About” podcasts.