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Janus - 1955 - Broadway


Plymouth Theatre

(New York, NY)
236 W. 45th St.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 6, 2019
Janus Concert Series (Artistic Director - Kaitlin Galetti) kicks off their sophomore season with a full concert production of Lerner and Loewe's beloved musical Camelot. The production is Directed by Jennifer Cox and Music Directed by Sarah Jenks. Three performances will take place on September 13, 14 and 15 in Kittler Hall on the campus of St. Benedict Parish Preparatory School.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Sep 4, 2019
Villanova Theatre is proud to present Orlando directed by Whiting and Barrymore Award winner James Ijames. Orlando runs Sept 24-Oct 6. i??
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 16, 2019
Red City Radio are gearing up to hit the road with Taking Back Sunday on the 2nd leg of their 20th Anniversary Tour next month. The band will kick this tour off with a headline show in their hometown of Oklahoma City on September 28th before spending 2 nights in cities throughout the Midwest, Canada and East Coast. Tickets are on-sale now with a few dates already sold out.
by Abigail Charpentier - Sep 11, 2019
Advancing their American assault, British doom legends Electric Wizard are one again returning to the United States.  This November,  Electric Wizard will level everything in their path and perform in St. Petersburg, FL, Atlanta, GA, Silver Spring, MD, Brooklyn, NY, Philadelphia, PA and Worcester, MA.  The tour follows last month's praiseworthy appearance at Las Vegas' Psycho Festival where Electric Wizard shook the foundation of the Mandalay Bay Events Center.  Soon, residents along the Eastern seaboard will have their chance to experience Electric Wizard's massively monolithic wall of sound with a set list that traverses the group's 9 album, 25-year-long legacy.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2020
BAM today announced plans for virtual programs including theater, kids and family, literary, and film events. The fresh slate of offerings include the world premiere of V's (formerly Eve Ensler) That Kindness: Nurses in their Own Words; a talk with co-creator of #BlackLivesMatter and the Black Lives Matter Global Network Alicia Garza; and more!
by Alan Henry - Oct 23, 2018
Delaware Theatre Company is proud to present Becky Mode's Fully Committed. Awarded the title 'funniest play I've ever seen' by many theatre goers, this play is bound to leave you side-split and snorting. Fully Committed runs October 17 - November 4. 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 2, 2020
Den Norske Opera & Ballett will present Orchestra Chamber Series: Shostakovich, featuring chamber music with percussion.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 16, 2019
As part of the Gate's 40th Anniversary season, Artistic Director Ellen McDougall is continuing the venue's renowned reputation for championing European Theatre with rare opportunity to see the best of Danish theatre in a mini-showcase.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 15, 2019
The COOP and Baruch Performing Arts Center present the world premiere of Barbara Hammond's TERRA FIRMA, which officially opened last week at Baruch Performing Arts Center (55 Lexington Avenue).
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 19, 2019
Recently described by the blog Ear To The Ground as 'the quintessence of the neoclassical genre', Juan María Solare's music traces a line that subtly connects art music with light music, instrumental with electronic sound.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 4, 2021
'New Leaf' introduces a new sound and direction for Bantum inspired by the disco-funk soul sound of Stardust, Cassius, Royksopp, Daft Punk, Jungle and Four Tet among many others.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 25, 2021
Hailing from Cork, Ireland, Bantum’s releases have always been optimistic and cheerful, but the year of lockdown has inspired a new energy in his productions.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 18, 2021
Chamberlain-Simon has written and recorded music as Proud Father for nearly a decade, but The View of Earth From Mars is his first project to incorporate themes from his career in space exploration.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 13, 2021
Villanova Theatre will present Slaphappy: A Covid-Era Commedia, a joyfully devised, “mockumentary”-style film conceived and directed by Theatre Department Chairperson Dr. Valerie Joyce and streaming May 20-30.
by Stephi Wild - May 11, 2021
Madison Lyric Stage, a professional theater company serving the Connecticut Shoreline, will present The Sun Sits Low: An Evening of Stephen Sondheim in concert on Friday, June 11 at 7:30 p.m., Saturday, June 12 at 2:00 p.m. and 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, June 13 at 5:00 p.m. 
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 10, 2019
dance: made in canada / fait au canada Festival (d:mic/fac) proudly unveils a diverse program featuring the country's most sought-after dancers and choreographers for its milestone fifth biennial edition on stage from August 14-18, 2019, at the Betty Oliphant Theatre. Living legend and 2019 Dance Hall of Fame inductee Louise Lecavalier will open this year's festival with a special artist talk and screening of the recent documentary Louise Lecavalier - In Motion. Additionally, 13 artists and companies will be presented across three Mainstage programs - curated by Matjash Mrozewski, Lina Cruz, and Festival Director Yvonne Ng - coupled with a lottery-based platform titled 'What You See Is What you Get' (WYSIWYG). An ancillary Arts Encounters program explores the photography, media arts, and other creative expressions created by five dance artists.
by Oliver Oliveros - Mar 5, 2020
The best-selling book and winner of the National Book Award for Fiction Novel in Filipino in 2015, Si Janus Silang at ang Tiyanak ng Tabon, written by Edgar Calabia Samar, has been adapted into a stage play, bearing the same title, runs this weekend at St. Mary's College in Quezon City.
by Marina Kennedy - Mar 5, 2019
Erick Becerril is spearheading a food-based revolution in the desert valley. At 30, he's already launched numerous philanthropic, community-minded small businesses and works as a building inspector. Both backgrounds helped him identify the need for mobile street vendors, which led to his idea and now, to the official grand opening of the Coachella Food Truck Park on Saturday, March 16 in the City of Coachella.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 4, 2020
In September 2019, a group of twelve graduate students in the Department of Art & Art History at Hunter College traveled to Dakar, Senegal to study with curator Koyo Kouoh and her team at RAW Material Company, a non-profit art center offering research and residency programs for artists and curators alongside seasonal exhibitions, publications, and lectures.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 3, 2020
Elia Suleiman, Asian-American Filmmaking, LA HAINE, FilmAfrica, And More Announced At BAM, April-May 2020
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 12, 2021
Juan María Solare has released 'Pampa Desmedida' for the guitar. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 11, 2020
DELANILA's forthcoming debut album, Overloaded, is set for release on April 3; preorder/pre-save the album HERE. DELANILA is the self-described cinematic experimental alternative project of multiple award-winning “notable cross-genre composer” (The New Yorker), performer and multimedia artist Danielle Eva Schwob, who has garnered international acclaim for her concert music, alt-rock songs and film scores.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 8, 2020
At an online media announcement - pre-taped in front of Meridian Hall with physically distanced protocols in place - streamed June 8 on the Dora Awards YouTube channel, the Toronto Alliance for the Performing Arts (TAPA) announced 243 nominations for the 41st annual Dora Mavor Moore Awards.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 6, 2019
The French Institute Alliance Fran aise (FIAF) honors the great French composer Michel Legrand, who died in January this year, with a special Cin Salon series devoted to his life and work. Curated by one of his longtime collaborators and greatest interpreters, singer and actress Melissa Errico, Summer of Michel Legrand brings together seven of his films from his best known triumphs such as The Umbrellas of Cherbourg and The Young Girls of Rochefort to lesser known gems such as the enchanting fairy-tale musical Donkey Skin. Screenings take place on Tuesdays in July at 4pm and 7:30pm in FIAF's Florence Gould Hall.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 21, 2019
From Friday, July 19 through Tuesday, July 23, BAM presentsIntimate Epics, a five-day, six-film series of intimately-focused works by master filmmakers—including Spike Lee, Edward Yang, Chantal Akerman—all with run times of over three hours.  
by Maria Bruun Fanoe - Jun 2, 2019
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 15, 2021
Tickets will be on sale on Friday, June 18 at 10 AM local time.
by Marianka Swain - Jul 5, 2019
dance: made in canada fait au canada Festival (d:micfac) proudly unveils a diverse program featuring the country's most sought-after dancers and choreographers for its milestone fifth biennial edition on stage from August 14-18, 2019, at the Betty Oliphant Theatre.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 16, 2021
The track is accompanied by stunning artwork and an official video courtesy of IOR50 Studio, a studio that focuses on art direction, animation and visual effects, developing creative technology solutions using biased rendering, real-time engines and experimental approaches.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2020
Farm Arts Collective is continuing its outdoor arts programming in the summer of 2020 with DREAM ON THE FARM, a live theatre performance on a farm and designed for small groups in the time of Covid 19.
by Julie Musbach - Jul 10, 2019
Recently, Janus Rasmussen, one half of the acclaimed music duo KIASMOS, decided to go on his own with his first solo album, Vin. Now, only three months later, the electronic music producer from the Faroe Islands is releasing Vin Remixes, containing tracks from the album reinterpreted by six eminent electronic music artists
by Stephi Wild - Jan 24, 2019
On Thursday, February 21, 2019 at 8:00pm, the International Contemporary Ensemble (ICE) joins Yarn/Wire for a Miller Theatre Composer Portrait of composer and pianist Wang Lu.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 22, 2020
Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 45th Anniversary season with a powerful drama about forgiveness set in Amish Country in Pennsylvania. PTC is thrilled to begin the year with the Philadelphia Premiere of The Kilroys List Honorable Mention, Everything is Wonderful, by Chelsea Marcantel.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 21, 2021
Villanova Theatre will present Songs for a New World with music and lyrics by Jason Robert Brown, directed by alumna Kara Scaramazza (‘18), and streaming on demand January 28 - February 7 on Music Theatre International’s groundbreaking new platform, ShowTix4U. Rentals are available for 48 hours for $10.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 9, 2019
Beatrice Mori di Gerfalco Welles and writer-producer-director Dax Phelan have teamed up for a six-episode original docu-series, “Life with Orson Welles: The Man Behind the Legend.” The daughter of Orson Welles and his third wife Paola Mori, Welles is a countess from an Italian noble family that dates back to 400 AD, a stage and film actress (“Chimes at Midnight,” “Don Quixote”), and the manager of the Orson Welles estate.
by Stage Tube - Feb 6, 2020
On Friday, March 6, all eight episodes of the Amazon Original ZeroZeroZero will premiere on Prime Video in the US, Canada, Latin America and Spain. The one-hour action crime drama is inspired by the book of the same title from best-selling author Roberto Saviano (Gomorrah).
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 28, 2020
The music video for “The Philospher,” the new single by self-described cinematic experimental alternative project DELANILA, is out today and may be streamed and shared. The video premiered at Clash, who called it a “crisp, seismic slice of pop-edged songwriting, but one that comes complete with a black, black heart.”“The Philosopher” comes from DELANILA's upcoming debut album Overloaded, set for release on April 3 on her own label, ZYG ZYG Records.
by Julie Musbach - Feb 26, 2019
Con la participación de catorce grupos provenientes de diferentes partes de la República Mexicana, se llevará a cabo el Concurso Nacional de Cuartetos de Cuerda. Cuarteto Latinoamericano 2019, en las instalaciones de la Escuela Superior de Música, los días 26, 27 y 28 de febrero.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 25, 2020
Villanova Theatre will present Merrily We Roll Along, the last show of the 2019-2020 Season, directed by Valerie Joyce, running March 17-29. This production will also serve as the last production in Vasey Theatre (home to Villanova Theatre for nearly sixty years) before moving to the brand-new Center for Performing Arts on the opposite side of Lancaster Avenue for the 2020-2021 Season.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 19, 2020
Philadelphia Theatre Company continues its 45th Anniversary season with a powerful drama about forgiveness set in Amish Country in Pennsylvania.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 13, 2019
Today, German electronic producer and visual artist Christian Löffler shares the sublime animated video for 'Like Water (feat Mohna)' via Complex, the first single off the LP “Graal (Prologue)” out 4/5 on Ki-Records.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 13, 2019
Audiences will have another chance to celebrate the life of the trailblazing entertainer and activist Harry Belafonte with artists who knew him well, as the uplifting  and dynamic concert "Turn the World Around: The Music and Legacy of Harry Belafonte" returns to Aaron Davis Hall on Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m.  Presented by City College of the Arts (CCCA), the musical tribute on the icon's 92nd birthday will feature songs from the Belafonte songbook performed by members of the Belafonte Alumni Group, a collection of artists who have performed with the star for decades. Vocalists Ty Stephens and Branice McKenzie as well as keyboardist and longtime Belafonte musical director Richard Cummings Jr. will be among the performers.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 12, 2021
Petzold's Minuets have been wrongly attributed to Johann Sebastian Bach (because of their inclusion in Bach's Notebook for Anna Magdalena). Ironically, that was one reason for their success. All his other surviving pieces are very seldom performed.
by Stephi Wild - Feb 12, 2019
Lynn University and Jan McArt, producer and director of theatre arts program development, today announced Farce and Away by Michael McKeever will be replaced by Standing at the Gates of Janus by Tony Finstrom.
by Alan Henry - Aug 6, 2019
The drama, The Chronic Innocence will play at The Royal Danish Playhouse Aug. 20 through Sept. 21.
by Robert Diamond - Aug 18, 2020
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 18, 2019
Wadada Leo Smith's Rosa Parks: Pure Love. An Oratorio of Seven Songs pays tribute to Rosa Parks for an action that, in Smith's own words, "generated a movement worldwide for liberty and justice for human beings."
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 10, 2019
Wadada Leo Smith's Rosa Parks: Pure Love. An Oratorio of Seven Songs pays tribute to Rosa Parks for an action that, in Smith's own words, "generated a movement worldwide for liberty and justice for human beings." Through composition, Smith expresses his philosophical and spiritual narrative about his vision of this legendary figure. Embedded in the oratorio are brief excerpts from early recordings by Smith, Anthony Braxton, Leroy Jenkins, and Steve McCall, the four musicians who made up the legendary ensemble known as the Creative Construction Company. The oratorio is concerned with Smith's ideas and meditation on the Civil Rights movement, reconnecting history to the present through lighting, photographs, and video images.