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by Nicole Rosky - Sep 27, 2021
BroadwayWorld has just learned that Slave Play will return to Broadway beginning later this fall. The return engagement, directed by Tony Award nominee Robert O’Hara, will begin performances Tuesday, November 23 ahead of an official opening night of Thursday, December 2 for a strictly limited eight-week engagement through Sunday, January 23, 2022.
by Bobby Patrick - Sep 27, 2021
With Sarah Joy Kane planning to move with her military man to Florida, this premier in the Original Room at DTM seems to also be the duo’s swan song as well. Color our rainbow a little sad at that thought.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2021
The Australian tour of JAGGED LITTLE PILL, the 15-time Tony Award nominated Broadway musical, inspired by the ground-breaking album of the same name by Grammy Award winner Alanis Morissette, will now premiere in Sydney, opening Theatre Royal Sydney on December 2nd for an exclusive limited season.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2021
Dwayne Gretzky is a curated nostalgia trip that captures the unique joy of turning a radio dial and being surprised by the familiar. A band that brings to life the greatest songs of all time, this talented group of musicians ignites audiences with their charm, fidelity and theatrical flair. Celebrating classic pop and rock, from Fleetwood Mac to Fatboy Slim, Dwayne Gretzky has delivered electrifying renditions of over 700 songs.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2021
Post-punk pioneers, The Tiger Lillies, return to the Southbank Centre this Christmas with the UK premiere of a brand new concert inspired by Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol. Giving the novel a dark musical twist, the band dissect and reassemble the story that everyone knows to shine a light on the poverty and depravity laid bare on the cold London streets.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2021
Working Theater has announced programming details for its fall 2021 season, marking a return to in-person events, new partnerships, and a strengthening of relationships in all five boroughs.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 27, 2021
Colt Coeur has announced streaming options for the world premiere of Xandra Nur Clark’s Polylogues, an intimate, interview-based dive into real people’s experiences with nonmonogamy—and love in all its forms.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2021
American Repertory Ballet makes its highly anticipated return to its home venue, the New Brunswick Performing Arts Center, with performances of Emergence, on Saturday, October 23 at 7:00 pm and Sunday, October 24 at 2:00 pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 27, 2021
As theater begins a lengthy, gradual comeback from a shut down year, centering support for playwrights is key to ensuring that what’s on the horizon looks different than the standard production models that drove the industry’s recent past. In The Playwrights Realm’s 15th Anniversary Restart Season, in lieu of productions, the organization expands its existing programs and networks of support for playwrights, generating a vital sense of community that likewise catalyzes vital writing.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Diablo Cody has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Book of a Musical for JAGGED LITTLE PILL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Rob Howell has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Costume Design of a Play for A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Hugh Vanstone has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Lighting Design of a Play for A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Christopher Nightingale has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Original Score for A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Lauren Patten has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Featured Role in a Musical for JAGGED LITTLE PILL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Rob Howell has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Scenic Design of a Play for A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
by - Sep 26, 2021
Simon Baker has won the 2020 Tony Award for Best Sound Design of a Play for A CHRISTMAS CAROL.
by Nicole Rosky - Sep 26, 2021
After two and a half years without Broadway's biggest night, the Tony Awards are back. This year's presentation will honor the outstanding shows, performances and artistry of the 2019-2020 Broadway season, which was brought to a halt by the COVID-19 pandemic. Need a refresher on how to watch and when? We've got you covered!
by Team BWW - Sep 26, 2021
As part of BroadwayWorld's expansive coverage of the 74th Annual Tony Awards, we're bringing you the full text of all of the acceptance speeches; from the emotional to the humorous, and everything in between. Keep up with all of the winners' speeches with our list below.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 26, 2021
In 1955 Michael Tippett introduced his first opera The Midsummer Marriage to a grey, post-war society desperate for some joy and optimism. It has divided the critics, with detractors pointing to the awkward libretto and fans in raptures with the sumptuous score. It is certainly a huge piece for the London Philharmonic Orchestra's new Principal Conductor, Edward Gardner, to conduct as his debut. However, the result was enthralling.
by Kathleen Anwar - Sep 26, 2021
From beginning to end, the five actors left it all on the stage as they sang, belted and tapped their way through numbers largely focused on love, loss, and looking for happiness in the wrong places. 
by Annette Stolt - Sep 26, 2021
Such a joyful musical! Get your tickets now!
by Peter Nason - Sep 26, 2021
It has everything you want in a show: Laughter, tears, bizarre stories, memorable characters, and even a dog on the loose. Don't miss it!
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2021
DIRT is the fresh, grimy, youthful energy of London, exploring the climate emergency from the point of view of Lewisham's diverse communities, a choir of voices jostling to tell their story, fusing tales from the past with plans and hopes for the future.
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 26, 2021
An idea that came out of the pandemic quarantine is now a movement that will (and should) continue to grow and change lives.
by Annette Stolt - Sep 26, 2021
Its getting dark and cold outside, but inside Spira you get warmth and feelgood
by Steve Murray - Sep 26, 2021
by Karis Rogerson - Sep 26, 2021
The two friends fill the stage with antics and belt their way through a delightful show
by Shari Barrett - Sep 25, 2021
LOVE, LINDA: THE LIFE OF MRS. COLE PORTER had its Off-Broadway premiere in 2013 featuring music and lyrics by Cole Porter, with Book by Stevie Holland and Gary Wiliam Friedman. The show will have its Southwestern Regional Premiere October 16-24 at the 2nd Story Theatre in Hermosa Beach before moving October 30-31 to the Renaissance Performing Arts Center in Long Beach. Through song and story, Deborah Robin promises a tour-de-force performance as Mrs. Cole Porter. And as a fan of Cole Porter’s music but not knowing anything about his wife or their life together, I wanted to find out a bit more about the production, especially what led Deborah Robin to take on the role.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2021
Hardly Strictly Bluegrass​​ continues to support the music community during the Covid-19 pandemic with a new philanthropic effort aimed at immediate relief needs and more equitable recovery. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 25, 2021
Further details have been revealed for the performances taking part in tomorrow night's The Tony Awards Present: Broadway's Back!
by Karis Rogerson - Sep 25, 2021
Along with several collaborators, Jeremy Stolle showcases his talent and humor in a two-night show.
by Rosanna Liuski - Sep 25, 2021
Baskervillen Koira went easily to my top 5 favorite shows of alltime. Read thick analysis why it succeeded!
by - Sep 25, 2021
Whether you’ve never seen RENT or have completely lost count, you can’t miss it this time around the 25th Anniversary “Farewell Season of Love” is your FINAL CHANCE to experience this celebrated touring production.
by BroadwayWorld TV - Sep 24, 2021
Just a few years ago, Kaitlyn Dever was just like all of us- an avid fan of Broadway phenomenon Dear Evan Hansen. Today... she's starring in the film! Stephen Chbosky's big screen adaptation of the beloved musical hits theatres today, September 24.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Boccone - Sep 24, 2021
What really helped make the learning process faster was that my professor’s selection of songs for the recital were from either Broadway or West End musicals like The Sound of Music or Jekyll and Hyde. Majority of them were songs I knew since I was a child or I just learned them throughout the years.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Boccone - Sep 24, 2021
Learning online is nothing like having an actual class in a proper classroom. It lacks the 'human connection' if you could put it that way. However, this does not mean that it ceased to exist given everything is online. We are fortunate to be living in a time of advanced technology and therefore we are still connected but electronically.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Boccone - Sep 24, 2021
I was instructed to write my reflection in this format: favorite character, song, actor/actress, and production. While many of the shows my teacher told me to listen to were ones I was familiar with, it brought me great joy to explore musicals I have yet to discover then.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 24, 2021
BroadwayWorld's new interview series Back on Broadway is taking readers on the exciting journey of Broadway's return to the stage! Next up in the series is Caitlin Houlahan, who is returning to the role of Dawn in Waitress!
by Stephen Mosher - Sep 24, 2021
When his colleague and friend, Matt Baker, took a break from the piano to pick up a camera, Jim Caruso got inspired to take a break from the microphone and pick up a typewriter.
by Michael Major - Sep 24, 2021
Wilderado has released anthemic new track 'Mr. Major' today, the last new music to be shared in advance of the band's self-titled debut album.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 24, 2021
Ensemble Theatre Company (ETC) presents the first show of its reopening season, the Southern California premiere of TENDERLY: THE ROSEMARY CLOONEY MUSICAL opening October 7, 2021. Jenny Sullivan directs Linda Purl as Rosemary Clooney and David Engel as various men in her life. Had the chance to poise some queries to Linda on Rosemary and being lucky and bilingual.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
Today, Dutch musician and visual artist Young & Sick has released his new album BROTHER via B3SCI Records. BROTHER came out of self-imposed isolation - written and recorded in a Vermont cabin with Luke Woods, Young & Sick's bandmate and longtime music director.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 24, 2021
The Groundlings’ latest Friday/Saturday night show A GROUNDLING ON ELM STREET began previews back on The Groundlings stage live September 18, 2021. Had the chance to chat with one of The Groundlings hilarious company members, the always funny Michael Churven on his Groundlings history, his tendency to slip into his Australian drawl, and his Superman stint that kept Ed O’Neill breaking up.
by Michael Major - Sep 24, 2021
The Regrettes have shared their new song, “Monday,” inspired by and written over the last year’s pandemic lockdown. The song comes alongside a video directed by Dillon Dowdell.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
Dance/NYC has announced Redefining Practice, a five-part town hall series continuing the work of its justice, equity, and inclusion initiatives.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
The Richard and Karen Carpenter Performing Arts Center has unveiled their 2021-22 season featuring a captivating collection of music, dance, comedy, and speakers. Located on the campus of California State University, Long Beach, the Carpenter Center launches its 26th anniversary season on Monday, September 20, 2021.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 24, 2021
Envisioned and produced during the Covid 19 shutdown, the Apocalyptic Artists Ensemble sets Shakespeare's classic comedy in an Athens that feels very like contemporary New York City.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 24, 2021
Farmers Alley Theatre will kick off its season with Jason Robert Brown's emotive song cycle, SONGS FOR A NEW WORLD – running October 8-24, directed by Broadway star and Kalamazoo native, Jerry Dixon who starred on Broadway in the musicals Once on this Island, Five Guys Named Moe and If/Then to name a few. 
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 24, 2021
Oakland University's School of Music, Theatre and Dance will present Passage, a gripping and enigmatic play by Chinese-American playwright Christopher Chen, on Oct. 7-10 and Oct. 14-17 in the Varner Studio Theatre on the OU campus.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 24, 2021
The Broadway Education Alliance, a New York based 501.c3 organization, and WPBS-TV, a PBS LearningMedia Content Contributor, will co-present a 5-part series of educational workshops called At This Stage @ SHOWSTOPPERS!