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Collier's Comedy Theatre

(New York, NY)
110 W. 41st St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 8, 2014
Kean University's Department of Theatre will present a classic comedy of manners, the winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a family-friendly musical about a boy who famously refuses to grow up, and a play for young audiences based on the playwright's interviews with real-life middle school students as part of its much-anticipated 2014-2015 season.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 7, 2017
Now in its ninth consecutive year, the multi-award-winning Finborough Theatre - the coalface of British Theatre - presents Vibrant 2017 - A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, its annual explosion of new writing, performing on Sundays, Mondays and Thursdays, 8, 9, 12, 15, 16, 19, 22, 23, 26 October 2017.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 3, 2015
Gary Naylor sees a unapologetically entertaining comedy set in a Derby household as the 1950s were turning into the 1960s starring the family from hell!
by Audrey Liebross - Sep 29, 2015
LOOT, a 1965 satirical farce -- a bizarre, dark parody of an English drawing room comedy -- by British enfant terrible Joe Orton, is a difficult production. Desert Rose Playhouse, in Rancho Mirage, California, pulls it off. Excellent acting and directing result in a great deal of hilarity.
by BWW News Desk - Sep 18, 2018
Ha-Hum-Ah Theatre in co-production with intoBodmin are pleased to announce the casting for their Christmas show 'A DICKENSIAN CHRISTMAS' playing for a limited run at The Old Library in Bodmin, Cornwall from the 27th November to the 22nd December 2018. Press night is November 29th.
by Amelia Reynolds - Sep 13, 2016
Alice Childress' 'Wedding Band' is an important show-but can feel a bit academic. It isn't overwritten with clever gags or attention-grabbing circumstances, and while this can make the play feel slow, the creative skill of the cast and crew elevates the production.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 8, 2015
Agatha Christie's famous novel, A MURDER IS ANNOUNCED, is brought to life on the Exeter Northcott this month, running 19-24 October 2015, presented by Middle Ground Theatre Company.
by BWW Special Coverage - Oct 30, 2015
Happy Halloween!  This week, we go around our Broadway World to feature stories on ghosts, goblins, illusionists and all things Halloween in Washington, DC, Milwaukee, Spain, and more. Check out our top 10 spooky stories around our Broadway World below, which include Signature's HALLOWEEN SPOOKTACULAR, DRACULA in Milwaukee, and the 40th Anniversary of ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW in Spain, just to name a few.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 3, 2019
On Wednesday 30th October Alexandra Palace will ring to the sounds of Music Hall, over eighty years since the curtain fell on the last of the great post-war variety shows.
by Christi Esterle - Oct 26, 2015
Murray Ross' adaptation of Ghosts distills Henrik Ibsen's three-act play into a brisk, intermission-free 100 minutes. A concession to shorter attention spans? Perhaps, but Ross' primary focus here is maintaining an uninterrupted pace as the events of the play hurtle towards their inevitable tragedy, brought about by a past long-concealed but ultimately inescapable.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 17, 2014
Kean University's Department of Theatre will present a classic comedy of manners, the winner of the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for Drama, a family-friendly musical about a boy who famously refuses to grow up, and a play for young audiences based on the playwright's interviews with real-life middle school students as part of its much-anticipated 2014-2015 season.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 14, 2014
Robert Bathurst, Jamie Glover, Jemma Redgrave and Laura Rogers join Edward Fox and Patricia Routledge in Chichester's production of An Ideal Husband, the final drama of the season to be staged in the Festival Theatre.
by Amelia Reynolds - Nov 4, 2015
When I heard that The Annex Theatre was putting on a play about a 19th century club of fencing lesbians, I figured I was in for a night of camp and euphemisms. Although that direction would have surely been entertaining, Elizabeth Hershly's world premiere of My Dear Miss Chancellor by Caitlin Gilman was coreographed with elegance, charm, and a rapier wit.
by Amelia Reynolds - Nov 3, 2016
In the opening scene of 'The Pride,' we immediately understand two things about the men on stage: they are British, and they are uncomfortable. It's 1958. Oliver says hello to Philip. The conversation is taught, small, and as light-hearted as two people 'with nothing in common' can muster. In this middle-class London home, it is not what these polite people say to one another, but what they don't say--or, perhaps, can't say--that drives Alexi Kaye Campbell's sentimental split-period piece. When Philip's wife says she feels something in the room, the light bulb in your head goes off, and the tension makes sense.
by Kathryn Pintus - Nov 24, 2015
We catch up with Rebecca Lock to find out about life on the Mary Poppins UK Tour.
by Robert Lawlor - May 6, 2014
The old saying goes that you can't teach old dogs new tricks; but tonight, it's time to give that old saying a Glee twist. Watch our old dogs try and learn some new tricks - will they succeed? Will they fail? Will there be at least one fabulous ballad? Absolutely! Kurt is starting to feel like he has not a lot going for him while everyone else has tons going on, including Rachel who is battling a blind item about her diva behavior, but with Santana's help and a random lady with a dog in her purse - Rachel finds a cause to champion and stop those pesky rumors. A sweet old lady comes to the Spotlight to put up a poster for a production of Peter Pan at a senior home, which causes Kurt to open up to his new found friend, Maggie Banks (June Squibb) - a former Broadway diva with a flop on her past. Maggie offers an invite to visit rehearsal, and Kurt seems keen on the idea. Rachel, Artie, Sam, and Mercedes visit a dog shelter as Rachel spearheads a chance to change her image with a furry friend, while Sam longs for a furry friend, but gal pal Mercedes is not okay with this. When the dogs get rowdy, Sam busts out his guitar and a little "Melt with You" by Modern English with his pals and some puppies adding to the fun of an 80's classic. Santana continues her PR quest for Rachel and sets up a chance for "Broadway Bitches" to take off, and Kurt is upset when Rachel doesn't want to include him in a performance for her brand new charity.
by BWW News Desk - May 5, 2015
Coventry's Belgrade Theatre welcomes Hi-de-Hi star Jeffrey Holland in Arnold Ridley's classic comedy, The Ghost Train. Performance dates: Tues 12 - Sat 16 May; Press Night: Tues 12 May at 7.45pm.
by Barry Lenny - May 5, 2014
With only three more performances of this operatic masterwork, it is essential to waste no time in booking tickets. This is not to be missed.
by BWW News Desk - May 3, 2019
Dame Patricia Routledge has been announced for the upcoming concert performance of Rodgers & Hammerstein's iconic musical CAROUSEL for one night only at Cadogan Hall on Sunday 19th May. She will play the role of the Narrator.
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2014
Patricia Routledge, award-winning star of theatre and television, will make her Adelaide stage debut tonight 23 May and Saturday 24 May for three performances in the Festival Theatre with international concert pianist Piers Lane in an inspiring musical and theatrical experience entitled Admission: One Shilling.
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2014
The Actors Benevolent Fund (Qld) and QPAC will present a very special Fundraising Morning Tea with the star of Admission: One Shilling - English stage and screen veteran Patricia Routledge.
by Kristen Hirsch Montag - Mar 8, 2020
Two ensemble members highlight how production design influenced their performances in this unique look at Shakepeare's TWELFTH NIGHT.
by Monica Moore - Mar 5, 2019
While this is a light-hearted frolic through a well-crafted piece, there is irony in each of the characters and levels of social commentary particularly around the issue of euthanasia. Social status, acceptability and credibility are all well represented.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 29, 2016
Talk Is Free Theatre has announced today the cast for the final production of the season, the musical Darling of the Day. 
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2016
Artists Lounge Live presents Colleen McHugh in her concert STREISAND IN THE SIXTIES for one night only on Friday, April 8, 2016 at 7:30pm at Metropolis Performing Arts Centre, 111 W Campbell St, Arlington Heights, IL.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 23, 2015
A brand new season of West End musicals, pantomime, hilarious comedy and one night concerts with TOMMY STEELE, DAVID HASSELHOFF, BARBARA DICKSON, JUDY CORNWELL, CERI DUPREE, THE CHUCKLE BROTHERS and JOHN ALTMAN.
by Cindy Marcolina - Mar 16, 2019
Anna (Rosie Sheehy) is a Russian art lover who dreams of being the curator of her own gallery. Ariel (Joshua James) is the CEO of an exclusive dating app. But are they really who they pretend to be? What's the price of keeping up appearances in a world of million-dollar views and ruthless socialites?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 3, 2016
?Agatha Christie's beloved murder mystery The Mousetrap will begin the final leg of its record-breaking, and first ever, UK tour at Glasgow Theatre Royal on Monday 12 September. 
by Marianka Swain - Jun 2, 2016
Agatha Christie's beloved murder mystery THE MOUSETRAP will begin the final leg of its record-breaking, and first ever, UK tour at Glasgow Theatre Royal on 12th September. The tour will then visit Swindon, Cardiff, Wakefield, Perth, Ayr, Edinburgh, Guildford, Birmingham, Tunbridge Wells, Isle of Wight, Derry, Oxford, Carlisle and Aberystwyth.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2019
This summer sees the third Swanage Rep Season, produced by Hordern Ciani Ltd, helping to put The Mowlem Theatre back on the industry map. And as the cast is announced, it has been revealed that this year the reputation of the company resulted in a huge influx of over two thousand two hundred actor applications.
by David Clarke - Jun 11, 2014
I had never heard of the television musical ANDROCLES AND THE LION until Masterworks Broadway announced they'd be releasing the cast recording. NBC originally aired the broadcast on November 16, 1967, and it was met with mixed reviews. Shortly thereafter, the show vanished. Now, with Masterworks Broadway recent release, this entirely forgotten gem is seeing the light of day again.
by Jennifer Perry - Jul 13, 2014
While 'Bethesda' and 'Hey, Hey LBJ' - the first two Fringe offerings I saw - don't fall into the category of being ready for primetime, there are several good elements in both pieces from which to build.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 1, 2019
The London premiere of Philip King's 1970 play Go Bang Your Tambourine opens at the Finborough Theatre for a four week limited season on Tuesday, 6 August 2019 (Press Nights: Thursday, 8 August 2019 and Friday, 9 August 2019 at 7.30pm).
by BWW News Desk - Jan 19, 2017
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the leadership of Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Executive Director Diane Quinn, will present Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women, written by Paul Lucas and directed by Jo Bonney. Performances begin today, January 19 and run through Sunday, February 5 at the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St, Cambridge.
by Jade Kops - Feb 27, 2017
Maryam Master's adaptation of David Walliams' popular children's book MR STINK returns to the Sydney stage under Jonathan Biggins' direction.
by Krista Garver - Feb 22, 2016
Covering up the dinner table to hide the modest meal, talking about buying a piano, insisting that her son goes to art school -- these are just a few of the things Lala does to hide her family's dire financial straits in award-winning Cuban playwright Hector Quintero's 1962 comedy CONTIGO PAN Y CEBOLLA, now playing at Milagro Theatre. Presented in Spanish with English supertitles, CONTIGO PAN Y CEBOLLA is the only foreign-language play on the Portland theatre schedule this season.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2015
Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Plymouth Simon Stokes today announces the full cast for the world premiere of April de Angelis' After Electra. Samuel West directs Michael Begley (Roy), Rachel Bell (Sheila), Marty Cruickshank (Virgie), Kate Fahy (Sonia), Neil McCaul (Tom), Veronica Roberts (Haydn), James Wallace (Orin) and Eleanor Wyld (Miranda). The production opens on 16 March at The Drum, Theatre Royal Plymouth, with previews from 12 March, and runs until 28 March, before transferring to the Tricycle Theatre from 7 April to 2 May.
by Tara McGowan-Ross - Feb 1, 2019
Odd Stumble and Imago collaborate on a work of protest theatre that offers different perspectives against Nicolas Maduro's regime in Venezuela, mounted the day after the country's presidency became heatedly contested.
by Michael Dale - Dec 6, 2019
Late in the second act of Jagged Little Pill, the new musical with a score derived primarily from Alanis Morissette's same-titled 1995 album, a group of young people, outraged at both the occurrence of a rape at a recent party and the existence of a culture that discourages the victim from telling her side of the story and a witness from revealing what he saw, hold a protest rally, carrying signs with slogans about believing those who say they were raped, respecting the refusal (or the incapability) of consent and how rape and rape culture effects all people, regardless of gender.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2016
The American Repertory Theater (A.R.T.) at Harvard University, under the leadership of Artistic Director Diane Paulus and Executive Director Diane Quinn, will present Trans Scripts, Part I: The Women, written by Paul Lucas and directed by Jo Bonney. Performances begin on Thursday, January 19 and run through Sunday, February 5 at the Loeb Drama Center, 64 Brattle St, Cambridge.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 3, 2018
Looking ahead, you'll find a number of new productions on tap for your entertainment pleasure, including a number of holiday season offerings to put you in the Christmas spirit, thanks to the efforts of theater companies all over Middle Tennessee. Here's our calendar for December 3, 2018, to help you plot your course through the beginning of a new year...
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2017
Billboard Chart-Topping Jazz Vocalist Anna Danes Soars On FIND YOUR WINGS
by TV News Desk - Dec 13, 2016
BBC Worldwide, the commercial arm of the BBC, and ITV, the UK's biggest commercial broadcaster, today announced a new joint venture that sees the two British content powerhouses combine forces to launch BritBox, an ad-free subscription video-on-demand (SVOD) service, in the U.S. during Q1, 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 12, 2017
Originally seen as a staged reading as part of Vibrant 2017 A Festival of Finborough Playwrights, the world premiere of Imaginationship by Sue Healy runs at the Finborough Theatre, playingSunday and Monday evenings and Tuesday matinees from Sunday, 7 January 2018 (Press Night:Monday, 8 January 2018 at 7.30pm).
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 10, 2018
Looking ahead, you'll find a number of new productions on tap for your entertainment pleasure, including a number of holiday season offerings to put you in the Christmas spirit, thanks to the efforts of theater companies all over Middle Tennessee. Here's our calendar for December 3, 2018, to help you plot your course through the first few weeks of 2019...
by BWW News Desk - Aug 25, 2017
Billboard chart-topping jazz vocalist Anna Danes will make her NYC club debut on September 16 at Club Bonafide.
by Monica Moore - Aug 21, 2019
It's funny, it's a social commentary, there's satire and pathos. There's human connection in spite of the social constructs dictating division and there's betrayal, examination of conscious as well as frivolity and superficiality. And the notion that we are more connected than we think was made popular by this play.
by Jade Kops - Aug 21, 2016
A gripping expression of a not too distant past is exposed with honesty and raw emotion in LOOK BACK IN ANGER.
by Gary Naylor - Apr 25, 2018
Moormaid takes on a contemporary issue - the return to Europe of young men who fought in Syria - but fails to build characters in whom we can believe despite some fine acting.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 23, 2018
It's Elementary! The Theatre Fellowship of Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church is presenting Ken Ludwig's farcical mystery-comedy 'The Game's Afoot,' winner of the 2012 Edgar Award for Best Mystery Play of 2012. The production, directed by Doug Paulson and produced by Lucy Cabrera, opens on Friday, April 20 (after a April 19 preview) at 7 pm in the Fifth Avenue Presbyterian Church's Jones Auditorium, 7 W. 55th St., third floor, New York, NY. Performances run through Sunday, April 29.