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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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Denver Civic Center


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(Denver, CO)
721 Santa Fe Dr.
Denver, CO
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by Stephi Wild - May 31, 2022
Manchester's Award-winning Hope Mill Theatre is set to makes its Fringe debut with Classic! a new comic play, that races through a multitude of classic novels in 60 minutes. At lightning speed and utilising multiple costume changes, Classic! races you from Black Beauty to Wuthering Heights via Moby Dick and many, many more ...
by Andrea Stephenson - May 29, 2022
This cast is comprised of superb storytellers who use their voices, facial expressions, and movement to draw the audience into the performance. The most remarkable part of Crowns is the way in which it tackles heavy and complicated themes in a way that leaves the audience with an overwhelming feeling joy and hope that unites and uplifts.
by Michael Major - May 27, 2022
On “Company For Now” — co-produced by Trevis himself, JV The Producer and JNS — the artist imbues the track with slick, charismatic vocals and soul-nourishing inflections. On the instrumental front, Trevis packs the song with watery, air-tight drum patterns and soft hi-hats. The perfect song to underscore the hazy summer evenings.
by Michael Major - May 27, 2022
With the VIP Mix, he amplifies the energy all around. He infuses the track with a four-on-the-floor groove punctuated by glitchy hi-hats and ethereal flourishes. The instrumental intro sets the scene with its pulsating flow before Zara’s vocals kick in, echoing with the wild drop on the disco-style refrain, “You're gonna run away.”
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2022
About Face Theatre will present a world premiere comedy created by and starring the About Face Youth Theatre ensemble. GAYME CHANGERS presents a hit reality television show in which contestants compete to be America’s next Social Justice SuperstarTM, until one team uncovers a billion-dollar truth hidden behind the spectacle.
by Michael Major - May 24, 2022
The 20-date outing, featuring special guests No Resolve and GFM, kicks off September 8th in Columbus, OH and will travel throughout the U.S. and Canada stopping in such cities as Louisville, Pittsburgh, Milwaukee, Cincinnati, Charlotte, Richmond, Baltimore, Montreal, Toronto, and Philadelphia before wrapping October 10th in Virginia Beach.
by Stephi Wild - May 24, 2022
ArtsEmerson has announced its 2022/23 Season, featuring seven live in-person events. The new season continues ArtsEmerson's commitment to international work with an emphasis on uplifting marginalized voices by supporting the presentation and development of work created by artists of color.
by BWW Staff - May 23, 2022
Following the cancellation of some performances last week due to a number of cast members being out with COVID-19, cast members have returned to the show - performing masked - ahead of the conclusion of their scheduled 10 day leave.
by Drew Eberhard - May 22, 2022
The show opens with a Ghost Light center stage. As most shows of a Brechtian nature go, characters of nondescript fashion layout the evening events in the manner of Prologue. The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui, or as it is subtitled “The Parable Play,” tells the story of the rise of Arturo Ui a fictional Chicago Mobster as he ruthlessly tries to control the Chicago vegetable market despite opposition. A political satire based on Adolf Hitler’s rise to power in Nazi Germany prior to the events of World War II.
by Nicole Ackman - May 20, 2022
Read our critic's review. Lin-Manuel Miranda’s musical remains every bit as engaging and innovative today as it was seven years ago. Under Thomas Kail’s direction, the show is one of the most unique to have made it big on Broadway.
by Robert Diamond - May 19, 2022
First up - Peter Yagecic, Executive Director of Technical Projects who during the pandemic was in charge of all virtual and streaming events and leads the companies' drive into new frontiers like the Metaverse and beyond.
by A.A. Cristi - May 19, 2022
New England Conservatory's Contemporary Improvisation students, faculty, and special guest, Ukrainian-American folk musician, improviser, and composer Julian Kytasty, present Ritual, a concert exploring the myriad of ways that ritual manifests in our lives and music.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 19, 2022
Little Island, New York City’s new public park in Hudson River Park by W. 13th Street, announced today the 2022 line-up of ticketed events in The Amph, just days ahead of their one-year anniversary.
by Stephi Wild - May 19, 2022
Panic! Productions, along with Born To Perform Studios and Boo Boo Productions, have announced that  Barry Pearl will once again direct their late summer teen musical “13”  at Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.  
by Aliya Al-Hassan - May 19, 2022
Expectations have been high for My Fair Lady. It is easy to see why it was such a hit on Broadway; brimming with English period tropes of top hats, Ascot races, lovable cockneys and snobbish toffs. Bartlett Sher's revival now comes to the West End. It looks stunning, but does not always hit the high notes.
by A.A. Cristi - May 18, 2022
Panic! Productions, along with Born To Perform Studios and Boo Boo Productions have announced that Barry Pearl will once again direct their late summer teen musical “13”  at Simi Valley Cultural Arts Center.  
by Aliya Al-Hassan - May 18, 2022
Chicago is a piece of musical theatre that feels as though it has been around forever. Premiering in 1975, directed and choreographed by the legendary Bob Fosse, it quickly gained an iconic status and an exhausting number of revivals followed. Currently running on Broadway, starring Pamela Anderson, it is also on a highly successful tour that lands at the New Wimbledon Theatre this week.
by Analisa Swerczek - May 17, 2022
Mix a Hitchcock masterpiece with a juicy spy novel, add a dash of Monty Python and you have The 39 Steps, a fast-paced whodunit for anyone who loves the magic of theatre! This two-time Tony and Drama Desk Award-winning treat is packed with nonstop laughs, over 150 zany characters (played by a ridiculously talented cast of four), an onstage plane crash, handcuffs, missing fingers, and some good old-fashioned romance.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2022
More than 25 years after departing Hartford for Raleigh, NC, the NHL's Whalers continue to inspire passion among fans. And Whalers devotees aren't just clamoring for still-popular jerseys, hats and T-shirts. They're nostalgic for a team that had New England roots for nearly 25 years—in Boston, Springfield and Hartford—and featured some of the greatest players in NHL history, including Gordie Howe (with his sons Mark and Marty), Bobby Hull and Ron Francis.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2022
Little Island, New York City’s new public park in Hudson River Park by W. 13th Street, announced today the complete casting for The Big Mix, a three-week, three-holiday, one-of-a-kind performance party. Get the scoop on who's performing and how to attend!
by Michael Major - Jun 9, 2022
Returning this season are Dr. Jacqueline Walters, Dr. Simone Whitmore, Dr. Heavenly Kimes, Dr. Contessa Metcalfe, Quad Webb, Toya Bush Harris, and Anila Sajja. Miss Quad Webb returns this season as part of the main cast. New friend, Audra Frimpong joins the ladies as a real estate attorney and is engaged to Dr. Martin Curry.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2022
Hold onto your top hats and get ready for the original high-speed chase as the team that brought you last year's hugely successful production of The Wind in the Willows present a new adaptation for all the family of Jules Verne's classic escapade Around the World in 80 days.
by Michael Major - Jun 7, 2022
Emerging Toronto-based artist Rachel Bobbitt shares “What About The Kids,” the outstanding new single from her recently announced upcoming EP The Ceiling Could Collapse. The Ceiling Could Collapse, which Bobbitt co-produced with Justice Der and was mixed by GRAMMY-nominee Jorge Elbrecht, was a long time coming. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by Emily Short - Jun 4, 2022
Leave all expectations at the door and prepare for Daniel Fish’s new interpretation of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s musical. OKLAHOMA! is at the Winspear Opera House May 31-June 12. Whether you love it or hate it, it’s an experience you won’t forget.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 30, 2022
Cate Hinkle, who has guided Theater Works' significant growth and outreach over the last seven years, the last six as Managing Director, has announced her departure from the organization, effective the end of June.
by Michael Major - Jun 29, 2022
Persian Pop Princess Gia Woods releases her Pride Month single, “Lesbionic.” The song is the latest from Gia’s forthcoming EP, 'Heartbreak County, Vol. 2,' an energetic affair she created with the help of The Orphanage (Kehlani, Bebe Rexha, Carly Rae Jepsen), Gold Glove and Bham, and includes the preceding single, “Hello.” 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2022
Manhattan Theatre Club has announced full casting and performance dates for Where the Mountain Meets the Sea, written by AUDELCO Award nominee Jeff Augustin (The New Englanders, “The Morning Show”) and directed by Princess Grace Award winner Joshua Kahan Brody, with music by The Bengsons (Hundred Days, The Lucky Ones).
by Gary Naylor - Jun 29, 2022
Tom Ratcliffe's new play sets up some very interesting relationships in a fascinating environment, but doesn't solve the structural problems that arise as a consequence
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 28, 2022
Brian Watkins is the writer of Epiphany, which just opened at Lincoln Center Theater. He is also the creator, and showrunner, and executive producer of Outer Range on Amazon Prime Video, and has a film project in the works. Read BroadwayWorld's interview with Watkins about Epiphany, the differences in writing for theatre vs. television, and more. 
by Linda Hodges - Jun 26, 2022
What did our critic think of THE PROM at Golden Gate Theatre?
by Jared Fessler - Jun 24, 2022
The 80s are back with this rockin' musical, jam packed with all your favorite powerhouse hit songs from the era, such as 'Holding Out For A Hero,', 'Let's Hear It For The Boy', 'Almost Paradise,' and of course, 'Footloose!'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 23, 2022
Programming has been announced for the 2022/2023 season at the Ahmanson Theatre and Mark Taper Forum. Find out all of the shows in the season, how to get tickets & more. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 23, 2022
The Australian Ballet has announced that their global live stream series will continue with Alexei Ratmansky's Harlequinade, available for audiences all over the world to enjoy on Friday, June 24.
by Michael Major - Jun 2, 2022
The album, a cinematic experience inspired by action movies from the 60s, 70s and 80s, was produced by Bully’s Alicia Bognanno. Bleed Out is available for pre-order now on “High-Velocity Spatter” red marble, double Peak Vinyl, CD, or cassette in the Merge store or the Mountain Goats' band store. Plus, check out upcoming tour dates!
by Stephi Wild - Jun 2, 2022
MASC Hospitality Group, producers of the Uptown Night Market and the Bronx Night Market are proud to announce their most ambitious project yet, Harlem Bazaar. The brand new monthly series aims to bring creativity, originality, and pizzazz to the neighborhood; by showcasing NYC's visionaries, creators, inventors, and artists all in one inclusive space.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 2, 2022
Cheo Bourne and Lena Moy-Borgen started something wonderful before the pandemic and they have made a welcome return with all new gags, songs, and props.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 2, 2022
Toronto Fringe has announced the 34th Annual Toronto Fringe Festival will once again be live in-person, in 11 indoor venues across the city July 6 - 17, 2022, including the dearly missed KidsFest, plus two POSTSCRIPT hubs. The full schedule and box office details for Toronto Fringe will be revealed June 22, 2022.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 16, 2022
The Big Mix - Juneteenth will play June 16 to 19 at 8:00 p.m., hosted by Tony and Grammy Award nominee Joshua Henry (Into the Woods, Waitress, Carousel). With performances from Tony Award winner Tonya Pinkins ('All My Children,' Mother Courage and Her Children, Holler If Ya Hear Me), and more.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 15, 2022
The MASC Hospitality Group family has announced that they are expanding their open-air market series this summer and crossing the bridge to Brooklyn. With over 250,000 guests served in the past years, MHG is spreading the foodie love southwards, expanding to a new borough, and with their progressive way of doing business, they are claiming Monday as the new Saturday! 
by Michael Major - Jun 14, 2022
Produced by Warner Bros. Animation, the new preschool series is a first of its kind in Looney Tunes history, combining the wackiness, humor, and slapstick of the iconic characters with a modern Humancentric Learning curriculum. The educational framework will promote children’s fascination with building and design.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 14, 2022
BWW reviewer Natalie O'Donoghue selects her top Cabaret highlights in the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe programme.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 11, 2022
MASC Hospitality Group, producers of the Uptown Night Market and the Bronx Night Market have announced their most ambitious project yet, Harlem Bazaar.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 10, 2022
Berkeley Repertory Theatre announced today the cast for the upcoming West Coast premiere of Sanctuary City written by Pulitzer Prize winner Martyna Majok (Cost of Living) and directed by David Mendizábal (Notes on Killing Seven Oversight, Management, and Economic Stability Board Members).
by Sarah Dussome - Jun 10, 2022
What did our critics think of RE:CONSTRUCT? Even Gilchrist’s heartfelt production blends comedy with poignancy.The audience is immediately drawn in by Dubbeldam and Brown's larger-than-life characters. Dressed in matching green polo shirts, brown shorts, and party hats, the unnamed protagonists regale viewers with positive affirmations and impeccably timed comedy while skirting around a trolley bearing a cloudlike white cake.
by BWW Staff - Jun 1, 2022
Philadelphia is never lacking outstanding theatre, whether epic Broadway shows, engrossing dramas or bold fringe offerings. BroadwayWorld is rounding up our top recommended theatre every month.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 1, 2022
Weston Theater Company announces the artists for their summer concert series at Walker Farm in Weston.
by Andrea Stephenson - Jul 2, 2022
Murder on West Moon Street is a fast-paced and witty script that explores, in a playful way, questions of free will and fate. Director Meredith Hensel and her team at Little Theater of Mechanicsburg deliver a delightful night of intrigue, murder, and comedy with Murder on West Moon Street.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jul 1, 2022
The tale as old as time returns to the West End. The 1991 animated film is doubtlessly one of the most beloved out of the Disney catalogue and saw a number of live-action films of varied quality developed over the years. Now, its musical adaptation takes over the Palladium in a grand spectacle directed and choreographed by Matt West. It’s big, it’s theatrical, it’s magical.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jul 1, 2022
BWW catches up with The Idiot Circus to chat about bringing Death Is Coming to the 2022 Edinburgh Festival Fringe.
by Tavish Young - Jul 1, 2022
In the spacious and comfortable Sidney Harman Hall of the Shakespeare Theatre Company, a group of wizards, muggles, adults, and children sat down to watch Potted Potter (The Unauthorized Harry Experience). The show is a parody of the world-famous Harry Potter novels, and encapsulates all seven in just over an hour.