Opened: October 11, 2006
Closing: November 19, 2006

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Denver Civic Center
721 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO

A woman on the brink of turning 50 discovers the Red Hat Society and learns the joys of fun and friendship after 50.

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Interview: Timmy Ong of THE SACRIFICE OF CASSAMBA BECKER at Rattlestick Theater
by Alison Bridget Chambers - Dec 4, 2023

Learn about Timmy’s journey from Malaysia to New York City, his Off-Broadway debut, and his idea of downtime.

Legendary Rockers Rick Springfield And Richard Marx Bring Their Acoustic Tour To Boch Center, January 27
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 30, 2023

Legendary rockers Rick Springfield and Richard Marx are bringing their acoustic tour to Boston's Boch Center Shubert Theatre on Saturday, January 27. Tickets go on sale Monday, November 20 at 10AM EST.

Chicago Dancemakers Forum Announces The 2024 Lab Artists
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 30, 2023

Chicago Dancemakers Forum Announces The 2024 Lab Artists. Get the details on the upcoming artists and their work.

Cast Set For POP! at ZACH Theatre
by Stephi Wild - Nov 30, 2023

ZACH Theatre has announced the cast and creatives for ZACH’s newest holiday offering POP! . Created by DAVE STEAKLEY in collaboration with ALLEN ROBERTSON and ZACH artists, POP! brings a ZACH360 immersive musical sing-along experience December 8-31 to The Kleberg at ZACH.

Executive Director Of Storytelling Arts Of Indiana Will Retire
by Stephi Wild - Nov 30, 2023

Indiana's premier organization for the preservation and promotion of stories is about to begin a new chapter, but first must pay homage to its legendary first act and the individual who has been one of its main authors and most dynamic protagonists. Ellen Munds is retiring from her role as executive director of Storytelling Arts of Indiana on June 30, 2024.

Student Blog: 2023 Jimmy Award Nominee Denver Dickenson Jr. on Defying Expectations and Thriving with Versatility
by Student Blogger: Austin Watts - Nov 29, 2023

In this interview, I got to sit down with Denver Dickenson Jr., one of my personal role models as a performer. They spent their summer in New York representing AZ at the Jimmy Awards as a nominee before moving there to pursue a BFA in Musical Theatre at Pace University. I hope you enjoy reading this interview as much as I enjoyed conducting it.

The Children's Museum Of Manhattan to Celebrate New Year's Eve With Dance Party & More
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 28, 2023

Come celebrate the new year at the Children's Museum of Manhattan (CMOM), from Thursday, December 26 - Sunday, December 31! On December 31, New Year's Eve is all day long at CMOM, complete with a ball drop and dance party.

Tarragon Theatre Announces THE GREENHOUSE FESTIVAL Lineup
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 27, 2023

Mike Payette Artistic Director of Tarragon Theatre and Managing Director Andrea Vagianos are excited to announce the lineup for the 2024 Greenhouse Festival, a festival of new work developed and incubated at Tarragon Theatre.

Support Canadian Regional Theaters on Giving Tuesday
by Joshua Wright - Nov 28, 2023

In the vibrant spirit of generosity that defines Giving Tuesday, BroadwayWorld is proud to shine a spotlight on the remarkable campaigns launched by theaters across the United States, Canada, and Australia. Check out campaigns from the Canada.

The Children's Museum Of Manhattan to Celebrate The Holidays With Cultures From Around The World
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 27, 2023

Celebrate the holidays at the Children's Museum of Manhattan! Don't miss out on this festive event!

Massey Hall, Roy Thomson Hall & TD Music Hall Launch Black Friday Ticket and Merch Offer
by Stephi Wild - Nov 24, 2023

Toronto's trio of iconic music halls announced a Black Friday sale for live music fans today starting at 10am. Featuring $25 tickets for select Massey Hall, Roy Thomson Hall and TD Music Hall shows, plus a special 2 tickets for $25 bundle for select shows at TD Music Hall. *plus fees on all tickets prices and bundle.

Review: MJ - Yet Another Bio-Jukebox Musical, but A Dazzling Performance Nonetheless
by Miranda Keating - Nov 27, 2023

'MJ' was a slick production with an extremely talented cast who executed some elite singing and dancing, and I know that the show is a crowd-favorite currently with numerous Tony Awards under its belt. Still, it did not strike me as significantly better or even different than any of the other bio-jukebox musicals that have been coming out.

Review Roundup: THE WITCHES Opens at The National Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 22, 2023

Read the reviews for The Witches at The National Theatre.

Review: Young Artists of America Present SEUSSICAL THE MUSICAL
by Olivia Murray - Nov 21, 2023

It’s clear that each participant in YAA Company, YAA Junior, and YAA Orchestra was meant to be there and enjoys being there. I am so excited to see what this talented group of students will do in the future.

THE ANDY KIM CHRISTMAS Announces Special Performers For Toronto's Massey Hall
by Michael Major - Nov 21, 2023

Guests can look forward to a classic variety showcase with special holiday performances from the country’s top acts. Andy Kim’s previous guests include Alex Lifeson, Arkells, Barenaked Ladies, Billy Talent, Bobby Bazini, Broken Social Scene, BUCK65, Buffy Sainte-Marie, Choir! Choir! Choir!, City and Colour, Colin James, and more.

by Vickie Evans - Nov 21, 2023

The acquisition of knowledge is important to me. Before this production, I knew nothing about The Lehman Brothers and their capitalistic pursuit. After the production, which was three-hours long, I thoroughly knew their evolution from shop owners to investment bankers and their integral role in the crash of the stock market that led to their bankruptcy in September 2008.

Review: The Kids Kill It in SCHOOL OF ROCK at SKYLIGHT
by Kelsey Lawler - Nov 21, 2023

What did our critic think of SCHOOL OF ROCK at SKYLIGHT MUSIC THEATRE? School of Rock at Skylight Music Theatre is a super-fun musical that will take you straight to the top of Mount Rock. Based on the 2003 movie starring Jack Black, the stage show debuted in 2015. It’s written by Julian Fellowes (Downton Abbey) with music by Andrew Lloyd Webber and lyrics by Glenn Slater.

Album Review: On Her New EP Lisa Dawn Miller Shares The Hopes Of The Season With MY FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR
by Bobby Patrick - Nov 18, 2023

We truly got a lot of feels from Lisa Dawn Miller’s MY FAVORITE TIME OF YEAR, and ‘tis the season for many to want lovely ballads sung in beautiful ways.

Harlem Teen Rapper Sugarhill Ddot Drops New Single 'My Baby'
by Michael Major - Nov 17, 2023

The track balances airy acoustic guitar and sizzling hi-hats as Sugarhill Ddot locks into a captivating flow. Speaking straight from the heart, the lyrics hold nothing back when it comes to love. Car metaphors abound in the chorus, “I'm in the drop top, you Mercedes,” revved up by a confident and charismatic delivery.

Review: MOULIN ROUGE at Chateau Neuf
by Christian Ranke - Nov 17, 2023

For those who revel in the nightlife, take note that the Chateau Neuf has undergone a lavish transformation into a pleasure palace where indulgence reigns without the consequences of hangovers. It is within this opulent setting that the exhilarating 'Moulin Rouge! The Musical' premiered on the 30th of August, showering the audience with glittering fragments reminiscent of every pop hit ever written.

Andy Grotelueschen, Paul L. Coffey & More Set for FIASCO THEATER'S PERICLES
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Nov 16, 2023

Classic Stage Company and Fiasco Theater have revealed the complete cast for Fiasco Theater’s Pericles.

Review Roundup: WAITING FOR GODOT Opens Off-Broadway at Theatre For a New Audience
by Stephi Wild - Nov 15, 2023

The second production in TFANA’s 2023-24 season is Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot, staged by Arin Arbus and starring Michael Shannon, Paul Sparks and more. Read the reviews for Waiting For Godot here!

Review: DRAG QUEENS VS VAMPIRES, Pleasance London
by Kat Mokrynski - Nov 15, 2023

Drag Queens vs Vampires is a funny and fierce drag show that will have you clapping your hands along with Kate Butch and Crudi Dench, rooting for them in their fight to win Eurovision.

2023 Annual Downtown Culver City Holiday Tree Lighting SLED-TACULAR
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 10, 2023

Hip & Historic Downtown Culver City will welcome its residents and neighbors to the 2023 Holiday Tree Lighting Sled-tacular, an annual beloved tradition for almost 20 years that has been enjoyed by thousands of attendees and participants, on Thursday, November 30th.

Interview: Zachary Reeve Davidson of Coin & Ghost On Directing MAMA MAMA CAN'T YOU SEE
by Shari Barrett - Nov 9, 2023

Zachary Reeve Davidson is the Founding Artistic Director of Coin & Ghost, the group presenting Mama Mama Can’t You See, an explosive new play about human connection and the mythology of war written by ex-Marine Stan Mayer and Cecilia Fairchild. Davidson is directing and choreographing, opening November 10 at Studio/Stage. Since the new play tells the story of being involved in a war from the viewpoint of a Marine, I decided to speak with Zachary about its creation and relevancy to our world today in which wars seem to be constantly in the news.



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