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48th Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
157 W. 48th St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2016
As a Wisconsin native, Jerry Schmitt has seen more dairy farms than cattle ranches, but his cowboy hat is real and his music is pure country twang.
by Jennifer Perry - Sep 28, 2015
Part history lesson, part argument for female empowerment, and part enticing family drama, the compelling and beautifully staged and acted production goes above and beyond your standard theatre for young audiences offering.
by Michael Dale - Sep 15, 2005
Lost Musicals presents a staged reading of Cole Porter's 1955 musical political satire
by BWW News Desk - Oct 2, 2015
The documentary Pink & Blue: Colors of Hereditary Cancer makes its worldwide theatrical premiere at Laemmle's Music Hall in Beverly Hills tonight, October 2, through October 8th.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2019
If witches have so much power, then why are they always poverty-stricken? Vinegar Tom is a wild mash-up of desperate women living in 17th century society with modern musical numbers connecting the tale to our own troubled times. This is Churchill at her best: raw, satirical, political, and mad as hell! Vinegar Tom begins previews on Friday, December 6, 2019; opens on Friday, December 13, 2019; and runs through Sunday, January 5, 2020, at the Ashby Stage.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 15, 2019
Tony and Emmy nominee, Broadway legend Anita Gillette embraces her next act in life and on stage at Birdland.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 13, 2015
The documentary Pink & Blue: Colors of Hereditary Cancer made its worldwide theatrical premiere at Laemmle Music Hall in Beverly Hills October 2 - 8
by BWW News Desk - Nov 4, 2019
This December, escape to a magical world of fantasy and illusion with National Yiddish Theatre Folksbiene's The Sorceress, running December 8 - 29, 2019. A fairytale-like story of a pure-hearted young woman who triumphs over her tormentors, a scheming stepmother, and a wicked witch.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2016
The internationally acclaimed documentary PINK & BLUE: COLORS of HEREDITARY CANCER screens in Chicago this Thursday, December 1, 2016 at 7:30 pm at Kerasotes ShowPlace ICON Theatre.
by BWW News Desk - May 31, 2019
Two drowned girls, a perilous love triangle, a mother-less child and a child-less mother. Chloe Whitehorn's new play tackles the rippling impact of loss and the repercussions of drowning in every way a person can drown. Mourning After the Night Before premiered as a one act play at the Alumnae Theatre's New Ideas Festival last spring where it was praised as "Beautifully and sensitively written, it's haunting, darkly funny and mysterious.' (Cat McKim, Life With More Cowbell)
by BWW News Desk - May 10, 2016
In 1991, Kay Thompson Baxter's adult children asked her to write her memoir. They wanted to know more about their mother's life growing up on a farm in the Piedmont region of North Carolina and her experiences as a United States Navy Nurse during World War II. Twenty-five years later, her book remains an eloquent personal history.
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2015
American icon Loretta Lynn, who has delighted audiences for over five decades with her distinctive fusion of twang, grit and energy, makes a rare Omaha concert appearance at the Holland Performing Arts Center on Friday, August 7, at 8:00 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 7, 2013
Corinne Dutil's debut memoir about the tribulations of weight loss and personal discovery is an inspiration. Chronicling her weight loss success journey with humor and tenderness, Dutil takes readers from her tear soaked revelation as she begins University to her personal health goals and beyond. Her insights contradict the idyllic settings her stories take place in, proving that personal success isn't about where you are or whom you're with (though the latter is important) but about learning to love yourself, your whole self, against the forces of doubt, denial, and self sabotage. Dutil suffers everything from heartbreaking betrayals to incessant teasing, but goes on to experience the reward of hard work and the elation of young love. She learns to define herself instead of letting others define her. You'll cheer her on and in doing so find the energy to meet your goals with the same gung-ho attitude and sense of humor.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 20, 2017
Following the success of The Jew of Malta last week, the Theatre Guild continues its 2017 season with a student production of Medea, opening on Thursday 6 April.
by Matt Tamanini - Jun 4, 2014
There is little doubt who is the reigning queen of Broadway. With five Tony Awards and eight nominations in just 20 years, Audra McDonald has held that title for quite a while now. In addition to her prolific stage career, she also has found time to do turns on TV and have a recording and touring career. If Audra wins her sixth Tony this Sunday, she will become the first actor to do so in the four major acting categories.
by Tara Bennett - Jun 3, 2019
Coming soon to the Saenger Theatre in New Orleans is KINKY BOOTS, the smash-hit musical that brings together four-time Tony Award-winner Harvey Fierstein and Grammy Award-winning rock icon Cyndi Lauper (Tony Award-winner for Best Score for KINKY BOOTS). The show runs June 14-16.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 22, 2017
Santa Monica's The Braid, a performance and art space, which sent Monica Piper's Not That Jewish Off-Broadway for 200 performances and redeveloped Rain Pryor's sold-out hit Fried Chicken and Latkes, is at it again. 
by Matthew Blank - Jun 15, 2017
A chat with KINKY BOOTS' Blair Goldberg, who made her Broadway debut as a child opposite Bernadette Peters in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN.
by Student Blogger: Caroline Conard - Jul 7, 2020
I am just a woman who loves Tangled more than life itself, but the point of this platform is to share what I, as a college theatre major am interested in and passionate about, which is Tangled.
by Nyderah Williams - Jul 18, 2014
SPAGHETTI CODE is Koenig's second world premiere with Horse Head Theatre Company and is part of the company's new initiative to produce female playwrights.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2011
The legendary album Led Zeppelin II will be played note for note, in its entirety, when Classic Albums Live takes the State Theatre stage on Friday, January 28th, 8 PM.
by Christina Mancuso - Jan 23, 2012
Donning gorgeous sequins gowns and dripping in $850,000 worth of Tiffany jewels, sexy 26-year-old Uzbekistan-born pianist and YouTube sensation, Lola Astanova, made her Carnegie Hall debut in 'A Tribute to Horowitz' performance which left the sold-out audience as dazzled as her diamonds.
by BWW News Desk - Jan 11, 2011
The legendary album Led Zeppelin II will be played note for note, in its entirety, when Classic Albums Live takes the State Theatre stage on Friday, January 28th, 8 PM.
by David Clarke - Feb 9, 2019
Broadway composer Andrew Lippa has written a poignant song cycle with UNBREAKABLE, which was premiered by The San Francisco's Gay Men's Chorus at Nourse Theater in San Francisco, CA on June 22-23, 2018. This week Ghostlight Records released UNBREAKABLE (Original Cast Recording), allowing listeners a chance to go inside the Nourse Theater to experience the powerfully moving cycle live and for themselves.
by Robert Barossi - Feb 2, 2014
As the calendar turns to February, the weather is, for the moment remarkably mild. Spring, though, is far off and cold, dreary days are still to come. It's the perfect time to sit in a cozy theater and have your spirits lifted watching a hysterical play that fills you with the warmth of joyfulness and fun. Ocean State Theatre Company has exactly what you need with their production of Neil Simon's Laughter on the 23rd Floor.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 7, 2015
American icon Loretta Lynn, who has delighted audiences for over five decades with her distinctive fusion of twang, grit and energy, makes a rare Omaha concert appearance at the Holland Performing Arts Center tonight, August 7, at 8:00 p.m.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 21, 2017
Archway Theatre, North Hollywood's acclaimed classical theatre company, will present a riveting and brutally tragic production of 'Medea,' Sept. 10 through Oct. 1.
by Harry Haun - Apr 17, 2019
There's an unfortunate guffaw in the otherwise well-calibrated British thriller of '46, 'Dead of Night,' when Mervyn Johns (Glynis' dad), sensing he's sinking into insanity, brings a shaky hand to his forehead and says, 'I've got to get to a mental specialist.'