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Graduation - 1965 - Off-Broadway


Music Box Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
239 West 45th St.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 8, 2021
East West Players, in partnership with San Francisco’s EnActe Arts and New York City’s Hypokrit Productions, presents the virtual world premiere of Lavina Jadhwani’s THE SITAYANA (OR HOW TO MAKE AN EXIT) beginning September 25, 2021. Lavina’s updated, upending take on the Hindu epic The Ramayana recounts the story through Sita’s eyes, rather than Ram’s eyes as in the original. Audiences attending the livestreams will be given a choice to one of the three unique incarnations of Sita. Had the chance to pose a few questions to THE SITAYANA’s director Reena Dutt on her history with THE SITAYANA and what she’s been doing the last pandemic months to keep creatively sane.  
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 7, 2021
Rising artist Bradley Kim releases a new single featuring Liam Hull titled 'High School.' You can stream the new single by clicking here.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2021
Austin's oldest film festival, aGLIFF (The All Genders, Lifestyles, and Identities Film Festival) announces the monthly screening for October 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
The ARC Ensemble’s Chamber Works by Dmitri Klebanov begins the long-overdue process of gaining recognition for a composer undeservedly relegated to obscurity. The recording, released today, September 24, is the fifth in the group’s critically acclaimed “Music in Exile” series for Chandos.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 23, 2021
Fan-favorite astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson comes to DPAC on February 9, 2022. The award-winning scientist will captivate guests with his lecture on “The Inexplicable Universe: Unsolved Mysteries”
by Student Blogger: Emily Ownby - Sep 22, 2021
The leaves on the tree outside my dorm window have begun to change from green to orange. Vocal ensembles have begun working on Christmas tunes. Midterms are a few weeks away. Dance class doesn’t make me as sore anymore. The semester is well underway.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2021
The Music Center, Los Angeles County's performing arts center, announced that Fredric Roberts, an emeritus member of its board of directors and founding chairman of The Music Center's Spotlight, made a $2.5 million dollar gift to endow the position of The Music Center's Spotlight director.
by David Bravos - Sep 21, 2021
The play JULIUS CAESAR may be one of the more noted Shakespeare plays, full of memorable lines and often run on stage and screen. The third year WAAPA students-in their last production before graduating- were not content with a mere rerun, however, and gave the setting and themes of this classic a contemporary feel.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2021
The Tennessee Williams & New Orleans Literary Festival, the largest literary and theatrical festival in Louisiana, has appointed Taylor Bradley, a Los Angeles-based writer / event coordinator, to the role of Publicist. Now in its 36th year, The Tennessee Williams & New Orleans Literary Festival has managed to overcome numerous challenges over the decades, the pandemic and Hurricane Ida included.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 21, 2021
BroadwayWorld is saddened to report the passing of actor Willie Garson. He was 57 years old.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2021
First Stage has announced its safe and triumphant return to live theater performances in the 2021/22 season. First Stage has announced the full 35th season kicking off in November at the Marcus Center's Todd Wehr Theater with the perennial and beloved holiday favorite, A CHARLIE BROWN CHRISTMAS.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2021
Choreographer/filmmaker Mimi Garrard returns to New York Live Arts with a program of dance both on film and live, featuring the superb artist Austin Selden, former member of Shen Wei Dance Arts, Sunday October 17 at 7:30 PM.   
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2021
 For the 2021-2022 season, Ballet Theatre of Maryland announces its return to live, in-theater performances with joy and thanks. This season features An Afternoon of Romance in September followed by the Romantic classic Giselle in October. Other mainstage works include holiday favorite The Nutcracker, a mixed repertory of works in Momentum, and the family friendly classic Coppélia.
by Michael Major - Sep 14, 2021
Fruits of Labor follows Ashley, a Mexican-American teenager living in a small agricultural town on the central coast of California. A moving coming-of-age story about a determined young woman and an eye-opening look at the seen and unseen forces that trap many families in poverty.
by Michael Major - Sep 13, 2021
From the creators of 'Stranger Things', 'The Conjuring', and 'Shazam!', 'There's Someone Inside Your House' is based on Stephanie Perkins’ New York Times best-selling novel of the same name.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Sep 13, 2021
Catch a first look at 'Don't Even Know It', one of the many splashy musical numbers in Amazon's upcoming film adaption of the hit West End musical, Everybody's Talking About Jamie. The film is out in select theaters now and is streaming this Friday, September 17.
by Ron Bierman - Sep 10, 2021
David Bennett is now six years into his job as general director of the San Diego Opera Association. When hired, he faced shaky finances, a loss of major donors, and huge turnover in the membership of the board of directors. The new board hired him with the understanding that downsizing and reinvention of the organization were his priorities. Then, after getting off to a surprisingly good start, Bennett had the forced restrictions of COVID-19 to contend with. Perhaps a biblical plague of locusts is next?
by Student Blogger: Abigail Dobry - Sep 10, 2021
One week I have been at Pitt. Only one and it has been filled to the absolute brim with opportunities. I have met so many people, learned about all sorts of clubs and organizations at Pitt and I have never felt more a part of a community then I have recently. All the students around me feel the exact same way. Though we dread normal schoolwork, exams, and the like, we have had incredible opportunities to let our strengths shine in many ways.
by Student Blogger: Sydni Dichter - Sep 10, 2021
On my first real day of my Journalism class this year, after syllabus day, my teacher sent us outdoors with an assignment: observe your surroundings, write down potential story ideas, and come back in 40 minutes, and we’ll talk about what you saw. I realized that I'd done a similar exercise for my acting class during my freshman year of college.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Boccone - Sep 1, 2021
As early as my sophomore year in college, I began to itemize a list of possible topics for my thesis. I was not looking forward to the whole thesis writing bit. However, things lightened up a bit as soon as I started to think of titles which I felt would excite me the most and therefore make my work easier. I came up with color-blind casting.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 1, 2021
The second season of Amplify - First Stage's BIPOC Short Play Series begins today with the world premiere production of HOW TO ACTUALLY GRADUATE IN A VIRTUAL WORLD by award-winning playwright/actor Nikkole Salter and a collaboration with Milwaukee Black Theater Festival's Youth Night.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 1, 2021
From Even If It Kills Me, the delightfully campy online murder mystery experience, comes In For The Kill, a series of in-person murder mysteries where you become a prime suspect. Every few months the storyline changes, along with the location. Come with friends or solo but remember: no one can be trusted. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 29, 2021
Uptown Grand Central and Jazzmobile have announced the August 12, 2021 celebration surrounding the commemorative street co-naming of East 126th street between 5th and Madison Avenues as 'Art Kane Harlem 1958 Place.'
by Stephi Wild - Jul 28, 2021
Mel’s stand out roles include Olga in John Crankos Onegin, Snow White in Snow White and the 7 Dwarfs, Swanhilda in Coppelia, Step sister in Jayne Smeulders’ Cinderella and most recently Myrtle in David Nixon’s The Great Gatsby, for which she was nominated for a Helpmann Award.
by Team BWW - Jul 24, 2021
Today, we're getting to know Dear Evan Hansen star Jared Goldsmith, with whom you can book a shoutout today!
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 21, 2021
Betsy McBride, Simon Wexler, and Daniel Saez, will be members of the faculty for the Shreveport Dance Academy’s Summer Intensive which will be taking place from July 26 – August 6, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2021
Verb Ballets has announced the 2021-22 roster of dancers. We welcome apprentices Isaac Hileman of Texas and Kia Jimmy of Canada. Cleveland School of the Arts graduate Demetrius Lee returns as a summer apprentice while he is attending Boston Conservatory. Local dancer Lily Cole, student of Inna Stabrova, joins as a trainee.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 19, 2021
Cortland Repertory Theatre presents Cortland High and SUNY Cortland alum Adam Lee Decker and his trio for two concerts only, on Saturday, July 2.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 16, 2021
Family Tree is a fresh collection of spirited songs that celebrate coming together, family history, Black joy and accomplishments. Don't miss the virtual album release party on Saturday July 17 at 8pm ET/7pm CT.
by Team BWW - Jul 15, 2021
It's just hours until the biggest night in high school musical theatre! The Jimmy Awards officially return as a virtual ceremony tonight, July 15, 2021. BroadwayWorld is getting to know this year's nominees! Below, get to know just a few, including: Jillian Cossetta, Victoria Evans, Luis Gonzalez Galindo, Molly Martin, Aiden McCoy, Sydney Olson, Nick Sanchez-Zarkos, Bella Seigo, and D.J. Spang.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 15, 2021
On Friday 20 August, the EIFF screening which will be accessed by the public using an EIFF first 'Pay-What-You-Can' model will be preceded by a unique and inclusive outdoor celebration event in St Andrew Square Edinburgh's Talking About Jamie.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 15, 2021
The Posse Foundation partners with top institutions that view diversity as integral to excellence. Many Posse Scholars are often the first in their families to attend college, or come from historically underrepresented communities.
by Team BWW - Jul 13, 2021
It's just days until the biggest night in high school musical theatre! The Jimmy Awards officially return as a virtual ceremony on Thursday, July 15, 2021. Get to know just a few of the nominees, including: Brynn Brady, Nathan Bravo, Taylor Garlick, Kendall Hicks, Brady McComas, Marcus McGee, Ronald Spoto, Arianna Vila, and Kuper Walker.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2021
NO PLACE/LA MAKAN will be a platform for Palestinian playwrights to explore contemporary themes through an historic medium of performance -- radio. For the inaugural 2021-2022 season, four plays have been commissioned from artists based in Palestine and in the diaspora, each of which will receive two world premieres.
by Student Blogger: Caiti Ho - Aug 9, 2021
August, can you believe it. August is a funny month. It's supposed to be winter but August is always confused. The weather is cold and gloomy, one day and then shiny and warm the next. Makes me confused to be completely honest. August also means that the cold months are behind us and that is so sad! I love the cold, the rain, the clouds and the bundling. But August also means that we are in the home stretch for the end of the year!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 9, 2021
Dr. Ezella McPherson discusses her success with at-risk college students in her new book, 'Real Outreach: A Practical Guide to Retaining and Graduating College Students'.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 9, 2021
With all the knowledge she’d gained as a performer and at the record label, Vonn realized that she finally had both the skill and the experience that music schools wanted.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 6, 2021
The album, which was produced by BLUHAUZ and David Molho (both are co-owners of LoSweet Records production company) and mixed by David Molho in collaboration with Rodrigo Crespo, is now available via The Orchard on digital outlets.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 30, 2021
Alan Cumming, the Scots-born superstar of stage and screen - and much more in between - returned to his drama school roots today (Monday, August 30) to receive an honorary doctorate from the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 30, 2021
92Y has announced upcoming events, both online and in-person! Programming will feature Christine Baranski, Sutton Foster and more.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 25, 2021
Astrophysicist Dr. Neil deGrasse Tyson, host of National Geographic's “StarTalk,” bestselling author, and director of the Hayden Planetarium, takes audiences through an entertaining and enlightening review of the science in some modern film favorites as well as some classics—what they got wrong and what they got right—from Star Wars to Frozen to The Martian.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 24, 2021
Achieving yet another distinctive and commendable feat, World University of Design, one of the best Design Universities, offering a wide range of courses pertaining to different fields of studies, has emerged as the most successful university that has set a record by providing 100% placement to the students of Bachelors of Architecture (Batch of 2016-21) by best recruiters in the industry.
by Cary Ginell - Aug 2, 2021
John Guerra's new play brings Thornton Wilder's 'Our Town' up to date with its sensitive portrayal of two families - one white and one Latino - in modern-day Fillmore, California.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 2, 2021
The Tank announced today the full line up for Lime Fest, which will present 20 performances between Saturday August 14– Saturday August 28, 2021. The Tank’s LimeFest celebrates a dozen new works by over 80 emerging artists who identify as women, nonbinary or gender non-conforming to make way for more gender parity in the performing arts.
by TV News Desk - Aug 17, 2021
It takes place immediately ahead of the eagerly awaited Special Preview of the film adaptation of the award-winning hit musical Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 12, 2021
In her new role Kate will be responsible for the artistic leadership required to maintain Central's reputation for the delivery of world-class dance education and training, alongside graduate dance employment, supporting an increasingly diverse and innovative, internationally recognised culture of dance in the UK. 
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Lang - Aug 11, 2021
As a college senior, I know this coming year is going to fly by. Before I know it, I'll be walking the stage and tossing my cap in the air in victory. I'll need show tunes to help me through it all. Since there's a musical for every situation, I've compiled a list of songs to describe the journey of senior year, whether you're in high school or college.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 10, 2021
First Stage, one of the nation's leading theaters for young people and families, is delighted to announce the second season of their new Amplify - BIPOC Short Play Series beginning on September 1, 2021.