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Princess Theatre

(New York, NY)
104 W. 39th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 30, 2019
Andrea Solonge reflects on a life-changing scholarship for Atlantic Acting School offered by the Equity Foundation. ALIVE. That's one word that almost barely yet solely encompasses the energy of New York. People say exactly what they're thinking, millions of people are swarming from one place to another, the subway is bustling and everybody is walking with purpose.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 25, 2020
Dallas-based artist, CAMÍNA, shares new single, 'Se Puede,' today.
by Caryn Robbins - Sep 22, 2017
Keyboardist-arranger-composer Pete Levin's ninth solo release, Mo?bius, was recorded live in the studio in two days, capturing the 'no boundaries' spirit of Gil Evans. The music explores textural grooves ranging from straight-ahead bop to funk, world-beat, and the experimental.
by Fiona Scott - Sep 21, 2018
Karen Archer has been seen in The Mousetrap and many RSC productions. She speaks to BWW about her latest role as a dementia researcher in The Other Place, written by Sharr White and directed by Claire van Kampen. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Sep 18, 2019
Danny Nogueiras had one simple motivation for the 10 songs that make up downey, the debut album by his band NO WIN – honesty. This candor is evident from the very first notes, but with each subsequent listen the songs digs deeper and deeper, attaching themselves to the listeners own emotions and experiences until its songs become shared memories. “I worked to the bone on this record,” says Nogueiras, “I make this kind of music because I love it genuinely, and I want as many people as possible to enjoy it.”
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 11, 2018
The White Plains Performing Arts Center (WPPAC) is proud to announce that the acclaimed classic theatre company, Aquila Theatre Company will be presenting Mary Shelley's FRANKENSTEIN and William Shakespeare's A MIDSUMMER NIGHT'S DREAM on September 21, 22 & 25.
by Student Blogger: Emily Brooks - Oct 30, 2020
It was my sophomore year of college, and it felt like my journey as a choreographer was really taking off.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 16, 2018
Marking the 200th anniversary of its original publication, Mary Shelley's "Frankenstein" will be brought to life by Aquila Theatre on the Lakewood Cultural Center stage. In the first true science fiction novel, Victor Frankenstein, a Swiss scientist driven by his passion for progress, succeeds in creating an artificial human being. Overwhelmed and terrified by his remarkable invention, he abandons the life he created, and horrific events unfold. Two centuries later, "Frankenstein" still poses a myriad of critical ethical questions - just because it can be done, should it be done?
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 4, 2019
Broadway soprano and film/tv actress Raissa Katona Bennett brings all the warmth and brightness of her voice and personality to her much-loved Jerome Kern show, making a reappearance at Don't Tell Mama.
by Student Blogger: Samantha Daynes - Nov 3, 2020
None of our classes are the way they would usually be, and it has made everything more difficult.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 28, 2020
Everyone has a favorite... an idol, a role model, a muse: that artist who inspires them. These artists turned their devotion into their art.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 28, 2017
The Houston Symphony has received a nomination for the 60th Grammy Awards for the recording of Alban Berg's Wozzeck for Best Opera Recording in the classical category.
by BWW News Desk - May 4, 2017
John Perovich's play, unexpected, opens May 19th at Brelby Theatre Company.
by Laura Fuller - May 28, 2020
The Coronavirus outbreak has, of course, had a major impact on drama schools. In-person teaching is impossible during the shutdown, and students who were preparing for productions or showcases - many of these a vital launchpad into the industry - have seen their live performances cancelled. So, how have drama schools pivoted during the crisis?
by Larisa Amaya-Baron - May 28, 2019
Kinky Boots Lyrics in the Japanese Language? Japanese Actors Playing British Characters? How this American Musical is clashing cultures with its Spring Revival!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 25, 2021
Radial Park has brought us The Phantom of the Opera, Purple Rain, Selena and more through their 'Broadway at the Drive-In' series, and now they're back with a live, 'cinemersive' production of The Blues Brothers, opening Thursday, May 27 at 8:00 PM! 
by Caryn Robbins - May 23, 2017
R&B/Pop recording artist Drew Vision teaming up with Grammy-award winning producer Bryan Michael Cox on new project.
by Sherry Shameer Cohen - May 15, 2017
Yummy new musical @Long_Wharf, from the city that offers Apizza and created the hamburger.
by Jay Irwin - Mar 5, 2018
There seems to be a spate of plays getting a lot of critical acclaim these days that take on societal changes and amp them up to an extreme and absurd level. For example, the recent "Straight White Men" that looked at white male privilege. And now we have the gender conformity examining "Hir" by Taylor Mac, currently playing at ArtsWest. The thing is they keep billing these as comedies and touting them for their daring. Daring, maybe as they tackle subjects that make people uncomfortable, but comedy, no. As was the case with "Straight White Men", "Hir" takes everything to an absurd level, and don't get me wrong I love an absurd comedy, but they do it in such a way that by the end there is not one likable character.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 6, 2019
Jermyn Street Theatre end their Portrait Season with Pictures of Dorian Gray, an exciting new take on Oscar Wilde's masterpiece directed by Tom Littler. Four actors juggle their roles, switching nightly (or, on matinee days, twice daily), presenting four different gender combinations that shine a new light on the story. We caught up with the director to learn more about the project, and his long-standing link to Dorian Gray.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 30, 2020
Can online cabaret be intimate, personal, and profound? Ari Axelrod thinks it can, and he's already proving that audiences can feel the humanity through their computer monitors.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 29, 2020
Through our new interview series, we are checking in with theaters around the country who are bringing back live performances, talking to them about how they are doing so safely, what they are most excited for and more.
by Natalie O'Donoghue - Jun 29, 2017
BWW speaks to Jack Barry about his 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe show High Treason.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 26, 2020
After three months in quarantine one of the most exciting new artists in cabaret is bringing his MAC Award nominated show, in its entirety, to the internet.
by Caryn Robbins - Jun 23, 2017
Fresh off a music video premiering on BET Soul, feature articles in VIBE and Billboard, and a tidal wave of momentum throughout 2017, NYC's Drew Vision has teamed up with executive producer Bryan Michael Cox his newest project.
by Gary Naylor - Jun 18, 2021
Harry and Denise find each other in a village hall every Thursday evening and (almost) 'find each other' too.
by Marc Savitt - Jun 14, 2020
In mid- June here in The Berkshires, a?oethe seasona?? should be in full swing. We SHOULD be enjoying outstanding performance experiences at our beautiful and beloved venues by world-class artists and creatives. Alas, that is proving to be difficult if not impossible.
by Student Blogger: Emma Rose Dorsch - Jun 12, 2020
It's a dreaded question for theatre majors everywhere; What's your backup plan?
by Martin Ganeider - Jul 6, 2020
by Stephi Wild - Jul 31, 2020
Dorset Theatre Festival has announced release dates for two new virtual events. A collection of short pieces written by the Festival's Women Artists Writing Group will be available on-demand starting July 31, and an online reading of New York Times best-selling author Chris Bohjalian's play, Wingspan, will stream August 3-9.
by Michael Dale - Jan 9, 2018
That old adage that if men got pregnant, abortion and reproductive health would be fully funded by the federal government gets quite a workout in playwright/director Robert O'Hara's wild gender politics satire MANKIND.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 28, 2018
The Houston Symphony's live recording of Alban Berg's Wozzeck under the direction of former Music Director Hans Graf won a Grammy Award at the 60th annual ceremony Sunday, Jan. 28, 2018, in the Best Opera Recording category. This is the first nomination and win in the orchestra's 104-year history.
by Tim Wright - Jan 15, 2018
Touring West End shows have a dicey history. They used to have a reputation for being the poorer cousin of their London counterparts, featuring chopped-down sets and losing most of their star casts somewhere by the M25.
by Emily Noxon - Feb 27, 2019
Exiled to the forest of Arden, the residents of the forest learn about love, folly, and themselves.
by Luke Elisio - Feb 19, 2020
If a production is successful, it will draw you into the world it has created and for a while, allow you to lose yourself in the story unfolding on stage. With just a few well-placed set pieces, convincing costumes and powerful performances, it can be done. THE TRIP TO BOUNTIFUL, now playing at the Alumnae Theatre, pulls it off wonderfully. Though the runtime was over two hours, it only took a few minutes for me to find myself drawn in and on my way to Bountiful.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 16, 2021
Due to the current and ongoing pandemic restrictions and the knock-on effect this has had to the international production's schedule, Jamie Wilson and Whoopi Goldberg, the producers of Sister Act The Musical, have come to the decision that it is impossible to open the show in London this summer and have postponed performances at the Eventim Apollo until 2022.
by Aaron Wallace - Dec 11, 2018
I like him right away. He listens to my questions and gives them some thought before he answers. It's the same thoughtfulness I've noticed in interviews over the years when he talks about music, the songs he likes, or the faith he follows. He's called to talk about his brand-new Christmas album, WINTER IN THE AIR, and its accompanying national tour - David's first time on the road in quite a while...
by Peter Danish - Dec 10, 2018
BWW Interview: Erica Miner Author of DEATH BY OPERA
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 28, 2020
Christopher Denny helps the artists in need with an online class.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 2, 2017
The Houston Symphony was awarded the prestigious ECHO KLASSIK 2017 award in the category of Best Opera Recording (20th/21st Century Opera) for the recording of Alan Berg's Wozzeck under the direction of former Music Director Hans Graf. 
by Emma Ainley-Walker - Aug 19, 2019
The stage is set, a single tree with a single apple hanging from it. A woman lies to the side. It is a Garden of Eden paradise but the apple is plucked, and as more people enter more destruction ensues.
by Gary Naylor - Apr 30, 2020
This Saturday night, a revival of Sir Tom Stoppard's A Separate Peace - his 1966 play, set in a nursing home - will be broadcast live, starring David Morrissey, Jenna Coleman, Denise Gough, Ed Stoppard, and Maggie Service; Sam Yates directs.This is the first in a new virtual series, The Remote Read, offering performances with full creative and production elements - but all performed from the actors' homes. Producers Matt Humphrey and John Schwab talk to BroadwayWorld about this unique presentation.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 29, 2019
A night in jail. A moonshine still. Unexpected romance. Dirty politics. Death.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 27, 2017
Today, Thursday 27 April, Argyle Primary School in King's Cross took part in Camden Council's 'Daily Mile' campaign to boost walking in the borough. The children set off from the school (on Tonbridge Street) to the Ambassadors Theatre, to take to the stage with STOMP cast members Andrew Patrick, Rob Shaw, Rhys Shone and Sam Wilmott. They were also joined by Camden Council's Cabinet Member for Children, Angela Mason CBE. Scroll down for photos!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 21, 2021
An independent study published today says that restoring the dormant historic building as a centre for arts and culture “could play a major role in leading the post-Covid high-street recovery, developing the 15-minute neighbourhood, increasing localised co-working opportunities and ultimately making a significant economic contribution to the regeneration of this part of London”.
by Review Roundups - Apr 19, 2018
Lincoln Center Theater's new production of Lerner & Loewe's My Fair Lady, officially opens tonight at the Vivian Beaumont Theater (150 West 65 Street). 
by BWW News Desk - Apr 12, 2017
A 20-year anniversary production of the famed Rodgers and Hammerstein musical Oklahoma! comes to Roleystone Theatre this May. Last staged at the theatre in 1997, directors Paul Treasure and Bree Hartley are bringing it to life again with a new cast, celebrating the groundbreaking musical that ushered in the golden age of musical theatre. BroadwayWorld has a sneak peek at the cast in costume below!
by Student Blogger: Becca Jones - Apr 1, 2019
Hi again everyone! It's great to be back writing another blog for BroadwayWorld! I've been busy writing reaction papers for my History of Broadway class and my Acting I class, and it got me thinking. Both of those papers required me to go see a show- whether it be on Broadway, Off-Broadway, or even just a local theatre- and write a reaction paper on what I saw. That got me thinking about how important seeing live theatre is, and not just for academic classes, but for life in general.