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(New York, NY)
1633 Broadway at 50th St.
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by Marianka Swain - Sep 6, 2021
freeFall Theatre Company announces their 2021/2022 season. The 6 mainstage shows are Dames at Sea, The Night Before, Fatboy, Lady Day at Emerson’s Bar and Grill, A Skeptic and a Bruja and a summer production to be announced very soon.
by Seth Tucker - Sep 25, 2020
Before & After attending CURIOUSER & CURIOUSER at TheaterWorks in Peoria, Arizona, I got some insider information from the showa??s production director and deviser, Chris Hamby.
by Alexander C. Kafka - Oct 9, 2021
David Strathairn amazes in this tour-de-force one-man play, at Shakespeare Theatre Company through October 17. He portrays the Polish resistance fighter and diplomat who tried to warn the world about the Nazis' decimation of the Jews.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Oct 26, 2020
Sunday evening saw a very different kind of Zoom call. In aid of The Royal Theatrical Fund, Lockdown Theatre presented another excellent performance; Tom Stoppard’s The Real Inspector Hound, featuring an absolutely stellar cast who performed the play as a live table read over Zoom.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 25, 2021
Until Death, is about the heartbreak of a miscarriage that drives a couple into a battle for the ashes. The production is inspired by films like Marriage Story, Kramer Vs Kramer, Pieces of a Woman, and the play Loose Ends by Michael Weller.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 12, 2020
In this first book of a new five-part series, 'La Familia: Loose Ends' author Corey Cepeda of Razor Sharp Publishing, introduces readers to a ruling family reigning terror over Mexico - the De Los Santos cartel dynasty.
by Stephi Wild - Nov 22, 2020
Alison Brie, star of the Netflix show GLOW, recently talked with The Playlist for an upcoming episode of The Fourth Wall podcast about a possible film, following the show's cancellation in October.
by Shari Barrett - Nov 2, 2020
The timely nature of the play, given how many seniors are now dealing with living alone in isolation which can lead to loneliness and depression to the point of feeling hopeless, THE VELOCITY OF AUTUMN adds in a much-needed dose of how important it is to stay in touch and support our elderly family members who are struggling during our current on-going pandemic.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 4, 2021
After more than a year without in-person performances.  Circuit Playhouse, Inc., the organization that includes The Circuit Playhouse, TheatreWorks @ the Square, and Playhouse on the Square has announced the return to in-person live professional theatre for its 53rd season.
by A.A. Cristi - May 25, 2021
Actor's Rep will debut this year's showcase production online, featuring up and coming and seasoned actors in a series of dramatic and comic performances on June 26.
by Review Roundups - May 19, 2022
Manhattan Theatre Club's American premiere of Golden Shield, written by Anchuli Felicia King (White Pearl) and directed by May Adrales (Vietgone at MTC), is now running at New York City Center - Stage I (131 West 55th Street).
by A.A. Cristi - May 18, 2022
Underbelly Festival has announced the line-up for London Comedy Allstars at Cavendish Square every Friday night. London Comedy Allstars is your one-stop shop for the biggest laughs, the best location and your new favourite summer night out. Every Friday at 9:30pm until  29th July, Underbelly Summer Festival presents a night of the best comedy talent on offer.
by Alexander Cohen - May 16, 2022
A new all-star cast establish a solid dynamic, but all their effort is undermined by the play's mind-boggling, twist ending.
by Kelly Rogers Flynt - May 1, 2022
Every once in a while the stars will align, and magic will happen. Magic is exactly what happened on stage last night as Seattle Shakespeare presented MUCH ADO ABOUT NOTHING. From director to cast to staging, everything worked together in perfect unison to not only tell this age old story, but to elevate it. The good folks at Seattle Shakespeare have put together a very special production that reminds us of the magic of theater and how it can bring us together.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 4, 2022
Playwright and director Richard Gustin today announced the casting for his tour de force world premiere comedy, Being Seen. Veteran Kansas City premiere actors Mark Robbins and Ashley Pankow will star in the exclusive Kansas City three-week engagement August 24 – September 11 at the Black Box Theatre.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 4, 2022
The debut EP from Piers, Ire, is a startlingly clear work of emotional tenderness crafted from essential elements. These five works of instrumental piano ambience are brief but impactful, showcasing the artist's deeply felt appreciation for melodies that cut close to the bone. Ire leaves a mark on the listener as soon as it's ended, an intriguing introduction to an artist building their own sonic world before our very eyes.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Mar 27, 2020
City Winery, the long-running music venue, winery, and restaurant concept with locations in New York, Chicago, Nashville, Atlanta, Boston, Washington D.C., Philadelphia, and Hudson Valley, has announced their first new shows since COVID-19 changed the face of live entertainment overnight.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 19, 2020
Amidst the many changes that the Broadway community is facing this spring, Show-Score.com has just announced that the site will pause operations.
by Ricky Pope - Mar 17, 2022
At every point of her career, Liz Callaway has been closely associated with the work of Stephen Sondheim. Her Broadway debut was in Merrily We Roll Along, which despite its sadly brief run has gone on to be the ultimate cult musical. Along with Merrily co-star, Jim Walton, she sang excerpts of Sondheim’s work when he appeared on Bravo’s Inside the Actors Studio. She has also appeared in a number of Sondheim tributes including You’re Gonna Love Tomorrow and the much-heralded concert of Follies in which she played Young Sally. This month, Liz Callaway pays tribute to the recently departed maestro in a very personal evening entitled TO STEVE, WITH LOVE which will premiere at Feinstein’s 54 Below on March 23. I had the pleasure of talking to Ms. Callaway about the show and her body of work with Stephen Sondheim.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 11, 2022
Arden Theatre Company, which returned to the stage this past January with a triumphant production of A Streetcar Named Desire, is back with the world premiere of R. Eric Thomas’ Backing Track.
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 1, 2022
At the turn of the nineteenth century Nora Helmer was the most controversial female character on the stage - walking out on her husband and children to find herself.  Now she returns to tie up loose ends and she must deal with what she left behind.  This spring, The Circuit Playhouse tells the complete story of the Helmers. 
by Stephi Wild - Jun 9, 2022
Underbelly Festival in partnership with British Comedy Guide has announced the line-up for London Comedy Allstars at Cavendish Square every Friday night. London Comedy Allstars is your one-stop shop for the biggest laughs, the best location and your new favourite summer night out.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 9, 2021
Actor's Rep will debut this year's showcase production online, featuring up and coming and seasoned actors in a series of dramatic and comic performances on June 26.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 5, 2020
“I need to see that silver lining in those dark and stormy skies, and pray I catch that feeling that I used to know back when, back when I never knew I'd ever need a second wind,” John Baumann sings on “Second Wind.” The Bluegrass Situation premiered the track earlier this week, an excerpt from his new album, Country Shade, out today.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 29, 2020
Odyssey Motion Pictures Releases 'The Mourning' Drama/Mystery/Sci-fi/Romance on Tubi TV.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 28, 2022
A week after Windrush Day saw Prince William and his wife visiting the National Windrush Monument at Waterloo Station, two children of the Windrush generation are at the heart of Roy Williams's new piece. Debuting at Hampstead Theatre, directed by Paulette Randall, it introduces sisters Dawn (Cherrelle Skeete) and Marcia (Suzette Llewellyn), who grew up as activists in 80s London.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 21, 2022
Pan Asian Repertory Theatre announced today the passing of founding member and company senior artist Ernest Abuba, the award-winning actor, playwright, screenwriter, and director on stage, film, and television, following a brief illness.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 17, 2022
Theatre Communications Group (TCG), the national organization for theatre, proudly announces that Seema Sueko has been awarded the Alan Schneider Director Award. The Award was established in honor of Alan Schneider's significant contribution to theatre in the U.S. and his lifelong commitment to the development of career opportunities for freelance directors.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 11, 2020
Theater Resources Unlimited (TRU) announces the casting for the first virtual presentation of its 2020 TRU Voices New Plays Reading Series, presented with generous support from The Storyline Project.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 31, 2020
Set against the spectacular backdrop of one of New Zealand's greatest hidden secrets -- the remote, idyllic Marlborough Sounds in the South Island, Acorn TV's latest twisty psychological thriller is the riveting story of a missing person and a blissful marriage turned upside down in a sleepy town where nothing is quite what it seems.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 16, 2020
Safehold is an upcoming emo-pop/emo-rap artist from Chicago, IL who began experimenting with early releases on Soundcloud in 2017. Safehold's upcoming album titled 'Boyish' effortlessly blends emo and rap into a first-class debut, for fans of: Lil Peep, Iann Doir, & Lil Lotus.
by Steve Callahan - Jan 21, 2022
An astonishingly fierce tour de force blazes at Upstream Theater
by Michael Major - Feb 8, 2022
Los Angeles duo No Swoon have announced their sophomore album Take Your Time with lead single “Beside”. Originally based out of New York, when the world slowed down so did Tasha Abbott & Zack Nestel-Patt. Watch the new music video for 'Beside' from the upcoming album now!
by Sarah Dussome - Feb 7, 2022
Embark on a Dungeons & Dragons quest unlike any other.
by A.A. Cristi - Feb 3, 2021
Point Park University's Pittsburgh Playhouse plans to continue to offer one-of-a-kind virtual productions this coming spring with the continuation of Here. Now. Next!, building on the wildly inventive body of productions this fall. The spring will include bold and provocative theatre and dance productions, the popular Dance Speaker Series, and a reimagined Media Innovators Workshop & Speaker Series. The dance productions are generously sponsored by UPMC.
by Michael Major - Feb 25, 2022
Little Fire showcases Sera's grit and grace as she effortlessly flows through genres, touching on blues, rock, pop and country along the way. A lifelong vocalist, her music is faceted with texture, power and deliberate sensitivity. Listen to the new EP now!
by Stephi Wild - Feb 24, 2022
Work by two of Australia's leading artists – Judy Watson and Helen Johnson – will be presented in conversation at the National Gallery of Australia as part of The Balnaves Contemporary Series.
by Ken Kemp - Feb 11, 2022
Signature Theatre reopens their intimate space with a gripping and gritty look at the denizens of a neighborhood bar in north Philly.
by Michael Major - Dec 21, 2021
The compilation features Alex Lahey, Black Belt Eagle Scout, C Duncan, Cassandra Jenkins, Cults, Girl Ray, Hatchie, James Yorkston, Kevin Drew, Nation of Language, NZCA Lines, Oceantor, Ora the Molecule, Peter, Bjorn and John, Piroshka, Sondre Lerche, Strand of Oaks, and Water From Your Eyes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 5, 2021
Author M.L. Stark has announced the promotion of her dark novel, Burning Desire: The Psychopath and the Girl in Black Prada Shoes, Part I. A Dangerous Affair Between Sociopath Doctor and Patient Unfolds in 'Burning Desire' Series. This is a dark novel where the author portrays deadly dalliance between an unsuspecting lady and a predator.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 25, 2021
Shakespeare's Globe and Show And Tell will be bringing a night of uproarious comedy to the Globe Theatre on Monday 13 September, headlined by internationally renowned stand-up and Mock The Week presenter Dara Ó Briain. Dara will be joined by British Comedy Award winning Nina Conti, Athena Kugblenu (BBC Radio 4's Athena's Cancel Culture), and Suzi Ruffell (Live at the Apollo).
by Student Blogger:Sydney Van de Putte - Aug 25, 2021
I am moving to New York City in less than a week. I am moving to New York City in less than a week. I am moving. To the NEW YORK CITY. IN LESS THAN A WEEK. This is something that I have been dreaming about for easily 5 years, and it is finally happening. I cannot believe that it is finally happening. Everything is pretty much packed, so now I am just counting down the days and tying up loose ends. The only thing is, it doesn't feel real.
by TV News Desk - Aug 24, 2021
“Space Ranger” is the second single Killval has released this year following “Friends.” He burst onto the scene in 2020 with the release of his first single “So Long' which generated almost 30 million streams across all platforms, and followed that in November with his debut EP Romance For Madness. 
by Marianka Swain - Aug 24, 2020
The words 'Victorian' and 'Black' do not often sit side by side. That's what caught my attention when I read a Guardian article in 2016: 'Black Victorians'. 
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 9, 2020
Projects with Jason launches its new live stream series, a?oeArtists in Conversationa??, with a special live event featuring Academy and Tony Award winning actor Kevin Kline on Saturday
by Student Blogger: Meredith Muirhead - Apr 29, 2022
Every theatre student is always told to read more plays, but oftentimes, it's difficult to find something that holds our attention or seems right for us. After examining this trend among my fellow college theatre students for some time, I started to cobble together a list of play recommendations specifically tailored towards something all of us are very interested in: our zodiac signs! Now, I (a Scorpio) have offered a play recommendation for each of the twelve signs based on what I think they need most, so find your sun sign, check out the description, and happy play reading!
by Stephen Mosher - Apr 29, 2022
The one-time Funny Girl is looking back at her personal experience playing Fanny Brice, as well as the original Funny Lady herself.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 27, 2022
When the award-winning actress and playwright, Jodi Long, took her first steps on the Broadway stage in Sidney Lumet's production of “Nowhere to Go But Up,” she was entering a professional world that ran through her family's bloodline. Her Vaudevillian parents had long trod the boards – in fact, as part of a popular song and dance act, they even appeared on the Ed Sullivan show in the 1950s.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 19, 2022
Steppenwolf Theatre Company has announced the 2022/23 Season today. With six Steppenwolf Membership Series productions and two SYA productions, the 47th season is the storied company’s first full season in its expanded home—welcoming audiences back to experience the next chapter of Steppenwolf’s bold, visceral and muscular work.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 17, 2020
With a busy past few years, Texas-based John Baumann has steadily established himself as a promising songwriter within his home state and beyond its borders.

Loose Ends Frequently Asked Questions

What other productions of Loose Ends have their been?
Loose Ends has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1979.

What other awards has Loose Ends been nominated for?
Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for Alan Schneider.

What productions of Loose Ends have their been?
Loose Ends has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1979.

What awards has Loose Ends been nominated for?
Outstanding Director of a Play (Drama Desk Awards) for Alan Schneider.