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Hayes Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
240 West 44th St.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 23, 2020
Rising star Spencer Barnett's infectious single follows the release of '48 Hours in Paris,' 'eta' and 'Welcome to My Mind,' which will all be included on Spencer's just announced six-track Welcome To My Mind EP due out on Friday, November 20th.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 30, 2020
The best gift isn’t under the Christmas tree, it’s on HBO Max! Celebrate Christmas Day with Wonder Woman 1984, starring Gal Gadot, when it flies onto the platform the same day it hits theaters around the country.
by Stage Tube - Nov 30, 2020
Showtime Sports Documentary Films has released a clip from the upcoming documentary film, MACHO: THE HECTOR CAMACHO STORY, an unflinching look at the remarkable life, storied career and unsolved murder of one of boxing’s greatest showmen.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 27, 2020
Greensboro, GA-based rapper Foogiano – a.k.a. “Da Mayor” of the streets – is celebrating Thanksgiving with today’s release of a brand new mixtape. GUTTA BABY is available now via Gucci Mane’s The New 1017 and Atlantic Records below.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Nov 25, 2020
This week JoJo is bringing the cheer with two knockout festive TV performances to celebrate her newly released holiday album December Baby!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 13, 2020
After production was halted due to COVID-19 earlier this year, BATTLEBOTS is back for a brand-new season of epic robotic combat.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 3, 2021
Pete Lee will perform at Comedy Works South at the Landmark May 7 - 9. Pete Lee’s joyful humor comes from his Midwestern roots. He was the first stand-up comedian to get a standing ovation on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 24, 2021
Atlantic for Kids has announced a two week extension of their episodic audio production of And in This Corner: Cassius Clay by playwright, rapper, and poet Idris Goodwin . Directed by Reggie D. White , this stage play turned four-part audio drama about the early life of Muhammad Ali will now be available to stream on demand through June 7.
by Analisa Swerczek - May 22, 2021
If you find yourself looking for a night out on the town with lights, dancing, and a whole lot of swing and jazz, Omaha Community Playhouse’s production of Ain’t Misbehavin’ is the place to be.
by Drew Eberhard - May 22, 2021
Every so often we in the Theatre-going community find a show or two that “makes its rounds” so to speak within the area. Godspell happens to be one of those shows. Having been done numerous times, a show that could be considered timeless, can also pose the question, “how are they going to make it stand out from all the others?” The folks at Eight O’Clock Theatre have managed to answer this question ten-fold with their most recent take on the Behemoth Musical by one Stephen Schwartz. Set in a reminiscent-like “tent city” in modern time we meet John the Baptist, Jesus,and his “Players” or folks yearning to hear the teachings of the Son of God. Through 17 musical numbers accompanied by a live band, nine uniquely different performers dressed in modern fare take the stage in an almost traveling-minstrel troupe set out to tell the story. One distinct difference is this “tent city” is in the heart of Tampa, complete with a skyline showing the Towers of University of Tampa and the Sign that hangs above the Tampa Theatre. An open concept stage with an almost concert like feel, we are transported not only into the world of the players, but also a world maybe not so different from that which we could experience if only in particular sides of the city. With graffiti emblazoned on the walls and a mural of Jesus memorialized in black light the lights dimmed and the story began.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - May 19, 2021
Disturbios churned this haunting mood piece through all the galvanic dreaminess of their ‘60s surf-lounge echo box afforded to them at their legendary NY HED Studio (Elliott Smith, Jon Spencer Blues Explosion, Suicide’s Alan Vega, The Ronettes’ Ronnie Spector, etc).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 18, 2021
The Kravis Center is bringing Broadway back to West Palm Beach with the 2021/2022 Kravis On Broadway season. Series subscriptions starting at $268 go on sale Monday, June 7, and payment plans are available for this season of “impossible to resist” Broadway hits.
by TV Scoop - May 17, 2021
Find out what's happening on Coming Up on the Series Finale of MIKE TYSON: THE KNOCKOUT and if it's a new episode, airing on ABC on Tuesday, June 1, 2021!
by Stephi Wild - May 12, 2021
Following their Recharged Festival and knockout series of Sunday Soul concerts, Chiswick Playhouse now announces its summer season. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 5, 2021
'I wanted to personify Hollywood as a woman who's a survivor. In my career, I've been through so many peaks and valleys, and the show must go on. The message is being persistent, bringing all of your pain and your story to the stage', notes Hill.
by Stage Tube - Mar 4, 2021
Leslie Odom Jr. shares some of his favorite Sam Cooke songs that have inspired him throughout his life and while taking on the role of Sam in the film, One Night In Miami.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 3, 2021
Trevor Ashley, one of Australia's cabaret kings and revered drag artists is bringing his brilliant new LIZA MINNELLI show 'Liza with a (HE)!' to The Regal Theatre at 8pm on Thursday 4th March.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 10, 2021
The largest admission-free classical music festival in the United States presents its 37th Summer Season with live concerts featuring classical mainstays and a special celebration honoring frontline heroes.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 9, 2021
Metropolis Performing Arts Centre presents outdoor performances of the hit song-filled revue My Way: A Musical Tribute to Frank Sinatra July 15 – August 28, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 30, 2021
Hairspray has returned to the West End, playing at the London Coliseum through 29 September 2021. Read reviews from BroadwayWorld, WhatsOnStage, and more!
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 29, 2021
Opera San José today announced that its General Director Khori Dastoor has been selected to become the next General Director and CEO of Houston Grand Opera beginning in January 2022, taking the helm of one of the country's largest, most prestigious opera companies.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 2, 2021
Westport Country Playhouse will present a Script in Hand play reading of the comedy, “The Savannah Disputation,” filmed on the Playhouse stage and broadcast virtually, premiering Monday, June 14, at 7 p.m., and streaming on-demand from Tuesday, June 15 through Sunday, June 20.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 17, 2021
David Byrne's American Utopia will return to Broadway this fall at the St. James Theatre. As previously announced, performances will begin Friday, September 17, 2021.
by Nicole Rosky - Jun 15, 2021
The Kravis Center is bringing Broadway back to West Palm Beach with the 2021/2022 Kravis On Broadway season. The series is headlined by the “cultural phenomenon” (LA Times) and winner of six Tony Awards DEAR EVAN HANSEN, the acclaimed Lincoln Center Theater production of Lerner & Loewe’s MY FAIR LADY, and the heartfelt COME FROM AWAY.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 13, 2021
After taking New York City by storm with her talent and nightclub acts, Leanne Borghesi retreated to her San Francisco home during the pandemic, but she is back in her NYC digs and ready to pick up where she left off. With a new show and a new idea, Leanne is taking up residence at Don't Tell Mama.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 8, 2021
Also announced today are the shortlisted writers: Billie Collins with But The Heart Stayed Behind; Rebecca Jade Hammond with Hot Chicks; Emma Hemingford with Foreverland; Joe Ward Munrow with Home; and Rían Smith with Endless.
by Drew Eberhard - Jul 24, 2021
When playwright Michael Proft was introduced to the back story behind this gripping tell-all piece, he learned of a documentary entitled 'Worst Places in the World to be Gay.'
by Colin Fleming-Stumpf - Jul 13, 2021
After nearly 16 months without setting foot in a physical performance venue, it was such a thrill to return to the 'theatre' this past weekend to enjoy an afternoon of Shakespeare-inspired absurdity, laughing and applauding in the company of *gasp* other human beings. No, it wasn't technically the Centerstage Theatre that we're used to; the show took place under the 'Dawn Lipson Canalside Stage', a large covered tent being utilized by the JCC and other community arts organizations until this fall, when most theatre and performing arts companies in Rochester will be returning to full in-person performances. Yes the Sunday matinee performance I attended was rainy and overcast, but it was the perfect weather for a musical taking place during 16th century England, adding a distinctly British flair that no tech crew could ever recreate indoors. Something Rotten!, one of the great musical comedies of the last 20 years, was the perfect antidote to a theatre-less year in which surely we were all growing tired of Zoom play readings and what icon Tracy Letts lovingly referred to as 'computer theatre' in a recent New York Times interview.
by Peter Nason - Jul 11, 2021
It's one hell of a moving, thrilling, never-want-it-to-end evening of theatre!
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 8, 2021
Looks can be deceiving, as the New Year’s Eve edition of the Met’s “Live in Concert” series proved in abundance. But could even the talent of four wonderful singers--sopranos, Angel Blue and Pretty Yende and a matching pair of tenors, Javier Camarena and Matthew Polenzani-- breathe new life in a program filled with warhorses, from “Che gelida manina” from BOHEME to that Neopolitan classic, “O sole mio”? In a word: Yes.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 25, 2021
Guerilla Opera is now offering an on demand encore viewing of the extraordinary 2017 production of Chrononhotonthologos, available through Sunday, February 14, 2021 7PM EDT via Sparrow Live. 
by Richard Sasanow - Jan 25, 2021
In the latest in the Met’s live, pay-per-view concert series from varied fascinating locales around the world, Radvanovsky boldly chose Verdi’s “Pace, pace” from LA FORZA DEL DESTINO as her “warm up”--a whopper of a piece under any circumstances--while Beczala went for the composer’s “Quando le sere al placido…” from LUISA MILLER to tune up his tonsils. The result gave us a good preview what lay ahead in the next 90 minutes.
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 5, 2021
We all remember back in the day (meaning before mid-March 2020) when we would gather in a theatre, wait for the house lights to dim and hear the first notes from a live orchestra played. Since that time, theatre companies have found some very inventive ways to present plays in the new medium of streaming pandemic theatre. Presenting musicals however are always more of a challenge because of the number of people allowed in a space at any one time due to COVID-19 restrictions. Signature Theatre has solved that problem and is now presenting Simply Sondheim the first in their five show Signature Features subscription series.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 3, 2021
In keeping with Opera San José's mission to expand accessibility to its work, the company has announced that through the support of generous donors it is able to extend access to its hit virtual production of Jake Heggie's chamber opera, Three Decembers, now making it available on a pay-what-you-can basis for streaming on demand.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 2, 2021
NYC stage actor Tim Realbuto, whose last film ‘YES’ (based on his Off-Broadway play of the same name) was recently released on all streaming platforms, is currently in the middle of filming his next motion picture ‘BOBCAT MORETTI.’
by Jim Munson - Feb 17, 2021
San Francisco Ballet just released the second program of its 2021 digital season and it’s a knockout. The mixed-rep program of 3 very different contemporary ballets beautifully shows off the breadth and depth of the company’s artistry. Watching it, I kept saying to myself, “God, they’re good!” The headliner of the program is 'Colorforms,' a stunning world premiere by Myles Thatcher.
by Stage Tube - Feb 16, 2021
The actors in the film, Leslie Odom Jr., Eli Goree, Aldis Hodge and Kingsley Ben-Adir, take the audience “Behind the Scene” in this once-in-a-lifetime convergence of legends in which Malcolm X, Cassius Clay, Sam Cooke and Jim Brown all meet over the course of an evening together to debate and celebrate what it means to be Black in America.   
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 28, 2020
Due to the overwhelming demand this holiday season, Opera San José is extending the run of the hit virtual production of Jake Heggie's chamber opera, Three Decembers through January 31, 2021.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 20, 2020
This new musical with book, lyrics and music by Dustin Ceithamer, set in the eccentric world of 1980's Wrestling, features Nick Rashad Burroughs, Blaine Alden Krauss, AJ Rafael, Correy West, Jamari Johnson Williams,  Adrianna Rose Lyons, Dexter McKinney Jr., Karl Warden, Matthew Ballestero and more!
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 19, 2020
Ten years of SONDHEIM UNPLUGGED came to an abrupt halt in March. Now Phil Geoffrey Bond prepares for the first-ever film version of his creation to debut on December 26th, care of 54 Below.
by Stephi Wild - Dec 16, 2020
Following the sold-out live run of Gemma Lawrence's Sunnymead Court at The Actors Centre in September, the critically acclaimed production is set to return as part of The Actors Centre's On Demand programme, available to stream from 7.30pm on Friday 18 December until Sunday 3 January 2021.
by Nicole Rosky - Dec 12, 2020
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, December 12-13, 2020.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 11, 2020
It is history in the making in the Chopped kitchen, as sixteen professional chefs made up of Chopped judges and former champions take their spots at the stoves in the five-episode stunt Chopped: Grudge Match, premiering Tuesday, January 5th at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 11, 2020
It is history in the making in the Chopped kitchen, as sixteen professional chefs made up of Chopped judges and former champions take their spots at the stoves in the five-episode stunt Chopped: Grudge Match, premiering Tuesday, January 5th at 9pm ET/PT on Food Network.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 29, 2021
Kansas City Repertory Theatre Artistic Director Stuart Carden has announced the 2021-2022 season. Showcasing KCRep’s commitment to be “more than just a stage”, the upcoming season will also embrace new partnerships and a community tour inviting new audiences.
by Student Blogger: Michael Scuotto - Apr 13, 2021
In celebration of Stephen Sondheim’s 91st birthday, I’m compiling a list of 18 Sondheim songs, one for each show he’s written!