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Based on the play Cradle Snatchers by Russell Medcraft and Norma Mitchell

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Imperial Theatre (Broadway)


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(New York, NY)
249 West 45th St.
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by Stephi Wild - Sep 30, 2021
It was revealed today that Joanne Clifton will be playing the role of Fairy Sugarsnap in Jack And The Beanstalk, which is co-produced by The Marlowe and Evolution and opens on Friday 26 November. 
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - Sep 30, 2020
For those of us attending school remotely, ita??s a whole new world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 29, 2021
The Gallery ltd- is will present HouseBroken, a collaborative exhibition by visual artist Melissa Stern and performing artist Louisa Pancoast.  HouseBroken is a witty and poignant look at our relationship to our homes and the multitude of roles we assign our living spaces. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 28, 2020
A season of play readings with wide-ranging themes from the Brontë sisters and Morris dancing to self-help and happiness will introduce theatregoers to brand new writing at Scarborough's Stephen Joseph Theatre this autumn.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 14, 2021
Marillion is bringing their The Light At The End Of The Tunnel tour to the stages of Britain with a 10-date tour in November culminating in 2 nights at the London Eventim Apollo, Hammersmith.
by Nicole Rosky - Sep 1, 2020
Today (September 1) in live streaming: Smokey Joe's Cafe reunites on Stars in the House, Broadway Buskers continues, and so much more!
by Student Blogger: Meredith Muirhead - Oct 20, 2021
Let’s face it- theatre can be hard. It’s hard when you’re a writer, it’s hard when you’re an actor, it’s hard when you’re a director, it’s hard when you’re a designer, and everything in between. When you’re an artist, you’re constantly working emotionally, mentally, and physically, and the work doesn’t always feel rewarding. After all, we create to make ourselves heard and seen, and how does it feel when the art we create is glossed over, dismissed, and ignored? How does it feel when the art that is being put forward doesn’t reflect us? Theatre truly is for everybody, so why is it so hard for trans and genderqueer theatre artists (even today!) to find their place? The reality of it is, there’s no excuse for why the works of trans and non-binary theatre artists are not given enough recognition. The best way to get that work out there, in all honesty, is to just keep going.
by Student Blogger: Katy Dara - Oct 19, 2020
Let’s face it. Because of the pandemic, there’s a lot of things we miss. As a theatre kid, one of those things is live shows.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 1, 2021
Corn Exchange Newbury has announced the cast for its pantomime, Cinderella, which runs from Friday 26 November 2021 until Sunday 2 January 2022.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Nov 6, 2021
In October 2001, Mamma Mia! opened on Broadway, just weeks after the horrific events of 9/11, and most pundits had little inkling that the show – a jukebox musical comprised of ABBA hits and the story of a young girl trying to divine the identity of her father from among three of her mother’s suitors some 21 years earlier – would go on to become the ninth longest running musical in the history of the New York theatrical enclave. But Mamma Mia! was exactly what the theater-going public needed in the aftermath of an epoch-shattering and historic event: an enormously entertaining, fast-paced show set to an eminently hummable, danceable score of songs that could whisk them away to another time and place.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 4, 2021
This nostalgia-fuelled '90s party, perfectly combines everything audiences love about the original film, complete with a banging soundtrack of chart-topping hits including The Verve's Bittersweet Symphony and other throwback classics by Boyz II Men, Christina Aguilera, Backstreet Boys, Goo Goo Dolls, *NSYNC, and, of course, Britney Spears.  
by A.A. Cristi - Nov 29, 2021
Corn Exchange Newbury presents Cinderella, its Christmassy pantomime which runs throughout the festive period. Helmed once again by comedy writing team Plested and Brown, Cinderella promises to be fun for all the family with plenty of jokes, songs from across the decades and lots of magic and sparkle!
by Michael Major - Nov 23, 2021
Don McLean’s “American Pie,” has been replaced by Taylor Swift’s “All Too Well,” as the longest #1 hit of all time. McLean will appear on The Colbert Show tonight to talk about the 50th Anniversary of the song. Watch Taylor Swift's 'All Too Well' short film starring Sadie Sink and Dylan O'Brien now!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Nov 18, 2020
Guns N' Roses made our collective rock'n'roll dreams come true with 2017's Not In This Lifetime tour and now Paul Dainty AM, President & CEO of TEG DAINTY is thrilled to announce one of the greatest bands of all time will return to tour our shores in NOVEMBER 2021. 
by Stephi Wild - Nov 15, 2021
Corn Exchange Newbury have announced the cast for Cinderella, its Christmassy pantomime which runs throughout the festive period. Helmed once again by comedy writing team Plested and Brown, Cinderella promises to be fun for all the family with plenty of jokes, songs from across the decades and lots of magic and sparkle!
by Stephi Wild - Nov 12, 2020
A brand new adaptation of the Hans Christian Andersen classic The Snow Queen will weave some sparkling festive magic live on stage at Scarborough’s Stephen Joseph Theatre this Christmas.
by Josh Stent - May 4, 2021
If you liked the movie The Wedding Singer ... you will fall head over heels in love with the musica
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - May 25, 2021
Contestant Jackson Perry shares more about his charity, what musical theatre means to him, and his go-to Chipotle order!
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - May 25, 2021
A future in the arts is precarious. It involves overwhelming self-motivation and internal strength. It means that you must constantly advocate for yourself. It means being okay with the fact that you may not succeed right off the bat—and if you’re a worrier like me, existing in this world can sometimes feel like running a marathon with a blindfold on.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 17, 2021
After a 15-month shutdown due to the COVID-19 epidemic, proprietors Steve Baruch, Richard Frankel, and Tom Viertel have announced that “Broadway’s Supper Club” Feinstein’s/54 Below will reopen its iconic red door for live performances on June 17, 2021. 
by Michael Major - May 11, 2022
American Girl: Corinne Tan stars Miya Cech (Corinne), from the upcoming indie film, Marvelous and the Black Hole, and her sister Kai Cech (Gwynn), in a story about sisterhood, perseverance, and self-acceptance as they adjust to life as part of a blended family after their parents’ divorce. Corinne finds new purpose when she rescues a dog.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 5, 2021
Tacoma Little Theatre's Fall Classes are now available for enrollment.  To make sure that students and staff are safe, and have an opportunity to experience the Performing Arts, TLT has moved to a Virtual Camp model.  Information is provided below, along with schedules and tuition costs. 
by Stephen Mosher - Mar 31, 2021
Everyone knows their names and wants to see their shows. These artists are the Women who lead the cabaret community. Hear them roar.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 3, 2021
Since their formation in 1983, the BossToneS have been credited as one of the forefathers of ska punk and the creators of its subgenre, ska-core.
by Student Blogger: Caitlin Carter - Mar 26, 2021
'I never dreamt that being an actor meant being on my phone or laptop every single day. But... it does. It doesn't have to be all bad, and let's face it, this is our reality now. I've submitted more self-tapes in the six months than I probably ever will in a such a short span of time. But I've grown immeasurably and learned countless lessons.'
by Guest Author - Mar 24, 2022
Associate Movement Director and Swing Raffaella Covino shares her experiences of A MONSTER CALLS, now playing at Rose Theatre Kingston
by Student Blogger: Marissa Tomeo - Mar 2, 2021
I’ve decided in the aftermath of my crippling solitude to create a list of male Broadway characters based on if they would be good boyfriends or not. This list is ranked from worst (9) to best (1). Let’s begin! 
by Jim Munson - Mar 10, 2021
Virtuoso pianist, actor and writer Hershey Felder certainly knows how to handle any curveballs life throws him. Stuck in Florence, Italy (poor guy!) for the duration of Covid, he is using his Tuscan surroundings to enrich his new show about native son Giacomo Puccini. TheatreWorks Silicon Valley and Opera San José are coming together to offer viewers the world premiere livestream of Hershey Felder, PUCCINI, a new work by and starring Felder, along with guest stars from the opera world - baritone Nathan Gunn, sopranos Gianna Corbisiero and Ekaterina Siurina, and tenor Charles Castronovo. Presented by Hershey Felder Presents Live from Florence, Hershey Felder, PUCCINI tells the story of a young musician captivated by the world of opera, particularly by Puccini’s eternally popular works La Bohème, Tosca, and Madama Butterfly. Sumptuously filmed and performed on location in Lucca, Italy in the very home where Giacomo Puccini was born, Hershey Felder, PUCCINI combines theatre, music and film to create a uniquely moving experience for audiences. The show will be streamed live at 5pm PST on Sunday, March 14, 2021 (with streaming on-demand access through March 21). To buy tickets or find more information, visit TheatreWorks.org or Operasj.org. Ticket sales directly benefit the arts organization through which they are purchased. BroadwayWorld spoke with Felder earlier this week from his home in Florence while he was in the midst of making final tweaks to the show. He is super fascinating and just plain fun to talk to. His knowledge of, and love for, the arts runs so deep that that I always come away from any conversation with him having learned something, having been entertained and having been moved. Much like the experience of seeing one of his shows, in fact. Underscoring everything is his irrepressible sense of humor and musical way with words.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 1, 2021
Formed in 2015, Lovely World (Landon Rojas, Cade Rojas, Cameron Smith and Michael Gilbert, who are all in their early 20s) built their musical foundation on their love of 70s music and new school rock. “You Know Darlin’” continues this trajectory.
by Student Blogger: Meredith Muirhead - Jul 9, 2021
Let’s face it- most parents aren’t too pleased when their child says they want to pursue theatre in college. The usual concerns arise: will you have a job? What if you never “make it?” What “backup plan” do you have? How will you make your own money? And while these are valid concerns, there is much more to a theatre degree, whether it be performance or production, than meets the eye. Theatre degrees (and the process of pursuing them) are helpful in a myriad of ways, and those are not all based on Stanislavsky and stage combat.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Jul 16, 2021
Our student bloggers write about how they're coping with the current global health crisis, give insight on their school's performing arts programs, share their opinions on the latest theater news, and so much more. Summer movie recommendations, a celebration of differences, the importance of taking care of your body and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jan 25, 2021
Hellcat Records is pleased to welcome the progenitors of ska, The Mighty Mighty BossToneS to the family.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 24, 2022
From the creative team behind the award-winning MATADOR and the critically acclaimed MANSION, comes a fusion of circus, burlesque, dance & contemporary storytelling: ORACLE - and it is one for the gods! After a premiere season in Melbourne it comes to the Princess Theatre for a strictly limited season 24 to 27 March 2022.   
by Elliot Lanes - Feb 7, 2022
Anyone that has read my reviews or columns over the years knows that I always pay attention to the orchestrations and orchestrator of any given musical. Let’s face it, without the orchestrator, the score is only a piano. Today’s subject Doug Besterman has been living his theatre life for many years as an orchestrator for Broadway, regional, and West End theatre as well as doing scoring for films and TV.
by Isabella Perrone - Feb 27, 2021
It’s been a little over a year since Vivek Shraya’s one-woman show HOW TO FAIL AS A POPSTAR debuted in front of a live audience. In that time, she’s released a novel, an anniversary edition of her 2010 collection of short stories ‘God Loves Hair’, and is just days away from the release of her latest project: a written adaptation of the play.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 2, 2021
With the borders open again, Michael Shafar, Peter Jones and Joseph Green are ready to dish up a smorgasbord of delicious stand-up at the Fringe with 3 Course  Comedy. Featuring three of Melbourne's finest comedians, this is a stand-up  degustation unlike any other (in that there isn't actually any food, but rather a belly full of  laughs). 
by Student Blogger: Caitlin Carter - Feb 17, 2021
It’s a balance, people. And one day all the weight will tip to the right side.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 5, 2021
The popular vocalist isn't showing any signs of slowing down, much to the delight of fans of the annual concert.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 3, 2020
The Clapham Grand has announced its post lockdown, physically distanced Christmas shows including a selection of comedy, drag, live acts, choirs and movie nights
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 28, 2020
New York may not be back until Broadway is back, but in the meantime, industry professionals like our co-host continue to find new and exciting ways to adapt to a time with no live theatre.
by Elliot Lanes - Dec 20, 2021
I am always happy when a recording artist thinks outside the box when it comes to planning their holiday concerts. Let’s face it, there is only so many times you can hear the same five carols that everyone seems to perform.
by Andrew White - Aug 9, 2021
It’s time to get out, people.  I mean, let’s face it – you can only get by for so long on Disney+ or Netflix before you want a taste of living flesh—er, live theatre. With their production of 'And Then There were None,' Kensington Arts Theatre has got a great evening out – if you don’t mind the occasional gunshot, offstage shrieks, or bodies lying around.  Great fun, I’d say.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 25, 2020
HISTORY announces a 10-episode order of the nonfiction series “Assembly Required” (working title) starring and executive produced by Golden Globe® winner Tim Allen (“Last Man Standing,” “Home Improvement”).
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 20, 2021
Next week, Feinstein's/54 Below presents some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 19, 2021
After a year of primarily virtual performances, Dallas Children’s Theater is planning to open its doors to in-person audiences once more. As the world continues to work its way through the many COVID challenges, DCT hopes to offer some reprieve in the form of a family-friendly season focused on Brighter Days.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 10, 2021
Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, presents Adam Gwon in concert on Saturday, August 28th, 2021 at 9:45pm. Oh, friends: it's been a year.
by Peter Nason - Aug 1, 2021
In Swenson's almighty hands, every show is a different beast. Hilarious stuff.
by Student Blogger: Isabella Schiavon - Apr 21, 2021
Stage door, fan mail, events at Shubert Alley – the starter pack of an OG Broadway fan. However, things have been changing, and not just because of the pandemic. And that was one of the topics discussed at the BroadwayCon Industry Day, produced by Situation.
by Lynn Beaver - Apr 17, 2021
BWW Review: Street Corner Arts Wows Virtually With THE SPIN
by Matt Wolf - Apr 14, 2021
As an actor, Jack Holden has appared onstage in such hit plays as War Horse and Ink and has now written a new solo venture for himself to perform: Cruise, which tells of a young man called Michael who is diagnosed with HIV in 1984 and told he has four years to live at most. Directed by Bronagh Lagan, the play will reopen the Duchess Theatre, preceded by a streamed film version of the material online.

Let's Face It! Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Let's Face It! have their been?
Let's Face It! has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1941, Broadway which opened in 1941 and West End which opened in 1942.

What productions of Let's Face It! have their been?
Let's Face It! has had 3 productions including Broadway which opened in 1941, Broadway which opened in 1941 and West End which opened in 1942.

What songs are in Let's Face It! and what's the order?
Milk, Milk, Milk
A Lady Needs a Rest
Jerry, My Soldier Boy
Let's Face It
Farming
Ev'rything I Love
Ace in the Hole
You Irritate Me So
Baby Games
A Fairy Tale
Rub Your Lamp
I've Got Some Unfinished Business with You
Let's Not Talk About Love
A Little Rumba Numba
I Hate You, Darling
Get Yourself a Girl
Melody in 4F
Revenge
What Are Little Husbands Made Of?
Pets
Make a Date with a Great Psychoanalyst
Up to His Old Tricks Again
You Can't Beat My Bill
I've Got You Under My Skin
It's De-Lovely

What is the order of songs in Let's Face It! and what's the order?
Milk, Milk, Milk
A Lady Needs a Rest
Jerry, My Soldier Boy
Let's Face It
Farming
Ev'rything I Love
Ace in the Hole
You Irritate Me So
Baby Games
A Fairy Tale
Rub Your Lamp
I've Got Some Unfinished Business with You
Let's Not Talk About Love
A Little Rumba Numba
I Hate You, Darling
Get Yourself a Girl
Melody in 4F
Revenge
What Are Little Husbands Made Of?
Pets
Make a Date with a Great Psychoanalyst
Up to His Old Tricks Again
You Can't Beat My Bill
I've Got You Under My Skin
It's De-Lovely