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by Tyler Peterson - Dec 27, 2013
The North Carolina Shakespeare Festival (NCShakes) announces a record schedule of engagements by schools across the state for its Shakespeare To Go program of performances, classroom visits and workshops. The professional theatre company has been touring North Carolina schools since 1978, reaching annually more than 20,000 students. This program features reduced versions of Shakespeare's most studied plays presented by a cast of young professional actors and accompanied by Study Guides and optional classroom visitations and workshops.
by Johnna Leary - Dec 27, 2013
From murder mysteries to musicals to debut plays, there was a variety of offerings for theater in West Virginia in 2013. Out of many wonderful musicals and plays, five have been selected as truly stand-out productions from the West Virginia theater scene this year.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
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by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
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by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
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by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
Voting is now underway for Long Island! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 27, 2013
A new production of Johann Strauss Jr.'s New Year's Eve classic, the comedic operetta Die Fledermaus, will open at the Met on December 31. Jeremy Sams, writer and creator of the Met's Baroque pasticheThe Enchanted Island, makes his company debut as director with the new staging, which is set in Vienna at the turn of the 20thcentury. Sams also contributes new lyrics for Strauss's work, which will be performed entirely in English; Tony Award-nominated playwright Douglas Carter Beane makes his Met debut with new dialogue. Adam Fischer conducts a cast of rising opera stars and Broadway performers. The cast is led by Susanna Phillips and Christopher Maltman as the unhappily married Rosalinde and Eisenstein; Jane Archibald as Rosalinde's feisty maid, Adele; Anthony Roth Costanzo as Prince Orlofsky; Michael Fabiano as Rosalinde's former lover, Alfred; Paulo Szot as the bumbling Dr. Falke; and Patrick Carfizzi as the prison superintendent, Frank. Broadway stars Danny Burstein and Betsy Wolfe make Met debuts as the drunken jailer, Frosch, and Adele's sister, Ida. Robert Jones is set and costume designer for the production, with lighting design by Jennifer Schriever and choreography by Stephen Mear in their Met debuts.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
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by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
Voting is now underway for South Carolina! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
Voting is now underway for Vermont! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 27, 2013
Voting is now underway for Los Angeles! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Dec 26, 2013
Despite its location far, far north, and its relatively sparse population compared to cultural capitals, Maine boasts a rich regional theatre climate. There are quite a few thriving, adventurous, permanent professional companies, as well as an excellent contingent of community theatres. This year offered a wealth of exciting choices. Here is my personal list for 2013, grouped by theatre company and show:
by Guest Blogger: Dan McCleary - Dec 26, 2013
I founded Tennessee Shakespeare Company in my hometown of Memphis in 2008 following many years of working as a stage actor, director, artist-manager, primarily in New England. I was personally and professionally compelled to found TSC, and I spent half a year researching and creating a strategic seven-year plan. This gave birth to the Mid-South's only professional, classical theatre. But we quickly outpaced our seven years. We also encountered all manner of unforeseen obstacles, surprises, and even set-backs, which, the further I get from them, the more intriguing they become (as opposed to just harrowing).
by BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2013
Actor and director Chuck Patterson has passed away. Patterson starred on Broadway and Off-Broadway in numerous plays. He also directed for Ensemble Studio Theater, New Federal Theater and others.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 26, 2013
From February 20-March 2, 2014, Houston Ballet presents the North American Premiere of David Bintley's Aladdin, the first work by the celebrated English choreographer to enter Houston Ballet's repertoire.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 23, 2013
Lakewood Theatre Company continues its 61st season on January 10, 2014 with Agatha Christie's murder mystery masterpiece, The Mousetrap. This iconic play has been running continuously in London for the past 61 years - accumulating over 25,000 performances.
by Alex Lonati - Dec 23, 2013
This story of a king's obsession with obtaining a male heir is not one of Shakespeare's commonly produced works, but the Actor Shakespeare Project's production was beautifully familiar and accessible.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 22, 2013
At an event honoring the documentary 20 FEET FROM STARDOM at Edison Hotel's Rum House, Close reportedly hung 'back area of the bar singing and dancing along to Christmas carols. But she eventually moved closer to the singers, then got on the microphone herself to sing 'O Holy Night' with the film's stars Darlene Love, Lisa Fischer and Judith Hill.'
by Stage Tube - Dec 22, 2013
Happy Birthday, Ralph Fiennes! Fiennes' 2006 performance in the play Faith Healer gained him a nomination for a 2007 Tony Award. In 2008, Fiennes worked with frequent collaborator director Jonathan Kent to play the title role in Sophocles's Oedipus the King at The National Theatre in London. He has appeared in films such as The English Patient, In Bruges, The Constant Gardener, Strange Days and Maid in Manhattan. He is also well known for his portrayals of three infamous villains: Nazi war criminal Amon Goth in Schindler's List, serial killer Francis Dolarhyde in the 2002 film Red Dragon, and Lord Voldemort in the Harry Potter film series. Most recently, he appeared in The Reader (2008), The Hurt Locker (2009) and as Hades in Clash of the Titans (2010).
by BWW News Desk - Dec 21, 2013
L.A. Theatre Works presents The Graduate on Saturday, February 22 at 8 pm.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 21, 2013
The Hidden Room presents Der Bestrafte Brudermord, or Hamlet Prince of Denmark, a new English translation by Christine Schmidle. Directed by Beth Burns, the production is narrated by Judd Farris and Jason Newman, with puppets created by Mystery Bird Puppet Theatre and styled by Jennifer Davis.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 21, 2013
American Stage Theatre Company kicks off the new year with August Wilson's 2 TRAINS RUNNING. They are excited to present their seventh installment of their August Wilson Century Cycle. Previews are January 22 and 23. Opening Night is January 24 and the production runs through February 23, 2014.
by Carrie Dunn - Dec 20, 2013
Her video went viral - and then she starred in her own sold-out cabarets at the London Hippodrome! No surprises for guessing Christina Bianco's highlights of the year...
by BWW News Desk - Dec 20, 2013
L.A. Theatre Works & The James Bridges Theater present two live broadcasts in HD: "Hamlet" and "Frankenstein" at UCLA's James Bridges Theater.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 20, 2013
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF is proud to present a timeless retelling of William Shakespeare's Julius Caesar from March 19 - April 20, 2014. The classic drama comes to life on the intimate Goldman Theater stage under the direction of Tina Packer, founder and former Artistic Director of Shakespeare & Company, "a troupe that has kept the Berkshires ringing with the sound of blank verse for
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 20, 2013
Cincinnati Shakespeare Company, Cincinnati's stage for the classics, continues their 20th Anniversary Season with William Shakespeare's classic tragedy 'Hamlet', playing January 10- February 8, 2014. This production is directed by CSC Producing Artistic Director, Brian Isaac Phillips and features CSC Resident Ensemble members Brent Vimtrup, Bruce Cromer, Sherman Fracher and Sara Clark. The production design is generously sponsored by Legg Mason.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Vermont! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for South Carolina! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Phoenix! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Long Island! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Delaware! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Connecticut! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Christina Mancuso - Dec 20, 2013
Voting is now underway for Columbus! We have a record number of votes in already, but if you haven't voted yet, click here to vote! If you have voted already, tell your friends.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 20, 2013
Woodie King Jr's New Federal Theatre continues its 44th season with Dr. Du Bois and Miss Ovington starring Kathleen Chalfant and Timothy Simonson. Gabrielle L. Kurlander directs. Performances begin January 16h, with opening night scheduled for January 30th.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 19, 2013
National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) Acting Chairman Joan Shigekawa announced today that American Conservatory Theater (A.C.T.) is one of 895 nonprofit organizations nationwide to receive an NEA Art Works grant. A.C.T. is recommended for a $30,000 grant to support their upcoming production of The Orphan of Zhao, playing June 4-29, 2014 at A.C.T.'s Geary Theater.
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 19, 2013
Broadway PR firm Polk & Co.'s founder and president, Matt Polk, has just announced that Tom D'Ambrosio, Wayne Wolfe, Frances White and Colgan McNeil will be joining the public relations, media strategies and social media firm. Beginning January 6, 2014, the four press agents, formerly of The Hartman Group, will join the existing company of five including press agents Jessica Johnson and Michelle Bergmann.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2013
Soul Theatre, is proud to announce the one-woman play, Blasted Fool: Hamlet, Hope and the Madness in Our Blood, playing at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., tonight, Dec. 19 - Jan. 5, 2014.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 19, 2013
San Francisco Playhouse (Artistic Director Bill English and Producing Director Susi Damilano) launches the New Year with the West Coast's first production of Jerusalem, Jez Butterworth's epic Tony and Olivier award-winning play. Bill English directs and Brian Dykstra* stars in the role of Johnny 'Rooster' Byron. The production also features Julia Belanoff, Joe Estlack, Richard James*, Riley Krull, Maggie Mason, Ian Scott McGregor*, Aaron Murphy, Paris Hunter Paul*, Chris Reber*, Joshua Schell, Devon Simpson, and Courtney Walsh.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2013
Soul Theatre, due to unforeseen personal developments, has decided to cancel the run of Blasted Fool: Hamlet, Hope and the Madness in Our Blood, playing at Theater Wit, 1229 W. Belmont Ave., Dec. 19 - Jan. 5, 2014.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 19, 2013
The University of Cincinnati College-Conservatory of Music (CCM) is delighted to announce its spring schedule of major events. The largest single source of performing arts events in the state of Ohio, CCM presents nearly 150 major public performances from Jan. 12 through May 18, ranging from faculty and guest artist concerts to fully supported opera, musical theatre, drama and dance productions.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2013
Red Tape Theatre (RTT) continues their 10th Anniversary Season with the US premiere of hamlet is dead. no gravity by Ewald Palmetshofer, translated by Neil Blackadder and directed by Seth Bockley. The show will run January 27-February 22, 2014.
by Tyler Peterson - Dec 18, 2013
Orlando Shakespeare Theater in Partnership with UCF will hold its 6th Annual Mock Trial on Tuesday, February 25, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the John and Rita Lowndes Shakespeare Center in Loch Haven Park. Presented by the Bard's Board Barristers, this year's mock trial is based on Charles Dickens' The Life and Adventures of Nicholas Nickleby, Parts I and II (adapted for the stage by David Edgar). Ticket holders will watch as the Margeson Theater is transformed into an interactive courtroom and Nicholas Nickleby is put on the stand, charged with the assault and battery of Headmaster Wackford Squeers, along with the kidnapping of the young orphan Smike. Tickets, priced at $25 (regular) and $15 (students), are available by calling (407) 447-1700, online at www.orlandoshakes.org, or in person at 812 East Rollins Street.
by Caryn Robbins - Dec 18, 2013
Hamlet Productions and Breaking Glass Pictures are pleased to announce the January 10th limited theatrical release of Bruce Ramsay's Hamlet, the latest adaptation of William Shakespeare's immortal classic about the melancholy Dane.
by Debra Charlton - Dec 18, 2013
Guy Roberts is an actor/director with a mission. As Founder and Artistic Director of Prague Shakespeare Company, he dreams of leading his company to recognition as the premiere English-language classical theatre in continental Europe. Now in his sixth year of living and working in Prague, he has already made great strides toward that goal.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2013
After 27 years, Tom Stoppard's seminal work, Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead returns to the New York stage directed by Tony-winner John Rando (Urinetown, A Christmas Story). Presented by The Acting Company in rotating repertory with Hamlet, directed by Ian Belknap, performances begin January 9 and run through February 1 at the Pearl Theater, 555 West 42nd Street, NYC.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 17, 2013
The quintessential portrait of maniacal ambition and lust for power is on stage in William Shakespeare's epic history play Richard III at Folger Theatre. Robert Richmond
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 17, 2013
Alan Cumming, who will soon return to Broadway in Cabaret, tweeted today that he would be performing on tonight's episode of Colbert Report's Carol Week. Check local listings.The retweet reads: '@ColbertReport: Tonight on Christmas #CarolWeek: Performances by @Alancumming and @cyndilauper.' I'm everywhere tonight!'
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 17, 2013
Man Of La Mancha returns to the stage in an all-new production of the Tony Award winning musical that has inspired audiences since the very first notes of "The Impossible Dream" were heard on opening night. Performances begin January 4th in Idaho Falls; subsequent tour stops include Yakima, WA, Kennewick, WA, Cerritos, CA, Austin, TX, Phoenix, AZ, Alto, NM, Prescott, AZ, Palm Desert, CA, Avon, CO, Riverside, CA, Ft. Smith, AR, Cape Girardeau, MO, Topeka, KS, St. Louis, MO, Gainesville, FL, Providence, RI, Richmond, KY, Sarasota, FL, Ft. Pierce, FL, Macon, GA, Hamlet, NC, Newberry, SC, Worcester, MA, Morgantown, WV, Greenvale, NY, Schenectady, NY, West Point, NY, Coral Springs, FL, Baltimore, MD, Elmira, NY, Burlington, VT, Rutland, VT, Portland, ME, Springfield, MA, Wilmington, DE and Green Bay, WI, with more cities to be announced.

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