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New Amsterdam Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
214 West 42nd St.
by Fran Thomas - Oct 9, 2021
Broadway Palm's production of The Sound of Music is a delight from the moment Melissa Whitworth as Maria does that iconic twirl, arms outstretched to embrace us. And really. Who among us can resist a stage full of kids? Or nuns?
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 8, 2021
Any time Dorian Woodruff sets out to make a new show, he leaves no stone unturned in his effort to get it right, which is why he sometime takes an entire year to put everything in place. More than two years after his hit 'Welcome Home' show, Dorian comes home to Pangea with a new show set the the music of a legendary singer/songwriter.
by Gary Naylor - Oct 8, 2021
Irrational Theatre resurrect a long neglected work from the early days of the celebrated composer and find plenty of parallels with 20th century comedy and 21st century politics.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2021
BAM has announced A New York Season, a celebratory homecoming that brings together a league of artists who have made, and continue to make, New York City the culture capital of the world.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 8, 2021
The Old Globe will present its digital sharing of Nobel Prize laureate Samuel Beckett’s (Waiting for Godot) 1958 short play Krapp’s Last Tape as part of the Globe’s What Is Theatre Now? initiative. The virtual theatrical event features two-time Emmy Award winner Ron Cephas Jones.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 7, 2021
Initial casting has been announced for THE OSMONDS: A New Musical, which will make its world premiere this February at Curve Leicester. 
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 7, 2021
Broadway in Indianapolis and Sun King Brewery announce the creation of Whipple Scrumptious Fudge Mallow Delight, a Sun King specialty beer to celebrate the upcoming engagement of Roald Dahl's CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY in Indianapolis! 
by Stephi Wild - Oct 21, 2021
Cincinnati Opera today announced a five-year contract extension for Evans Mirageas, the company's Harry T. Wilks Artistic Director. The executive committee of Cincinnati Opera's board of trustees approved the extension earlier this month, and the decision was shared today at the company's October board meeting.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 20, 2021
Helane Blumfield's photo essay of Melissa Errico captures the star in perfect action.
by - Oct 20, 2021
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by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2021
Broadway star Jessica Vosk will make her solo Carnegie Hall debut with her new concert, My Golden Age, on Monday, November 8, at 8:00 PM. Directed by Tony Award-winner Warren Carlyle, My Golden Age is Vosk’s homage to the likes of Barbra Streisand, Judy Garland, Bette Midler, and other legendary voices.
by Marina Kennedy - Oct 20, 2021
With the return of the Broadway stage following a year and a half of closure, Serendipity3 restaurant, known as the iconic New York City landmark and home of the world famous Frrrozen Hot Chocolate, today unveiled its latest menu item commemorating one of the most iconic hit shows, 'Waitress.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 20, 2021
The International Contemporary Ensemble is welcoming Oscar Gerardo to their Board of Directors. Oscar Gerardo is a native of Los Angeles. He has worked as a software engineer/architect for the entertainment industry for over twenty years.
by Michael Major - Oct 20, 2021
Miki Ratsula just shared their new video for “suffocate” via Nettwerk featuring LA-based musician Lauren Sanderson, a powerful voice in the LGBTQ+ community. The track is about giving more than receiving from others. Watch the new music video now!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 20, 2021
The Adelaide Festival Centre and riverbank precincts will come alive with stunning performances, giant lanterns and much more for tonight's official opening of OzAsia Festival 2021.
by Ricky Pope - Oct 19, 2021
This coming Saturday, October 23 is officially Tin Pan Alley Day in NYC. As a physical destination, Tin Pan Alley is five buildings at 47-55 W. 28th St. near the Flatiron building in the neighborhood called “NoMad,” north of Madison Square Park. But Tin Pan Alley is much more than a physical destination. It is a state of mind. It is the spot where the American music industry was born. From the 1890s to around 1910, this block of publishing houses and agent’s offices was where you went if you had written a song that you wanted the world to hear it. Many of our most illustrious Broadway composers got their start plugging songs in the offices of Tin Pan Alley including Irving Berlin, George Gershwin, and Jerome Kern.
by Gary Naylor - Oct 19, 2021
This new play raises interesting questions about father-son relationships in a world in which middle-aged men can struggle to find a role, but its lack of detail prevents its potential being realised fully
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2021
Taking place at Holy Cross Church in Edinburgh, this one-off concert will feature a world premiere of a new piece for clarinet and piano by Jennifer Martin, performed by and commissioned for clarinettist Calum Robertson and pianist Juliette Philogene.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 19, 2021
Audiences should flock to Tanya Moberly's new show to see a true-blue musical monologist in action, and to get to know the works of the cream of the crop of New York songwriters.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 19, 2021
Chuck D and Flavor Flav of Public Enemy, Coolio, Kid Frost and the Dogg Pound's Kurupt are just a few of the hip hop pioneer veterans who responded when Clint 'Payback' Sands reached out, inviting them to sound the alarm and participate in the 'Check Your Risk' awareness campaign for National Diabetes Awareness and Prevention Month in November.
by Student Blogger: Laura Frost - Oct 18, 2021
Beginning my senior year as a major in arts management and entrepreneurship, I've been lucky to get through some of my less-favorite academic requirements. Yes, things that involve math. The Baldwin Wallace University business management portion of the curriculum is especially rigorous. Intermediate-level accounting and economics taught me to admire students who love that material. I have to credit my accounting and economic professors for building my interest. See what I did there? Who would have guessed that you need money to run a theatre, music or arts business? After completing these required courses, my attitude changed from 'Stayin Alive' to 'I Will Survive.'
by Gil Kaan - Oct 18, 2021
Tommy Faragher, a long-time denizen of the entertainment industry, will next be onstage playing live for JOHN LLOYD YOUNG: SOLID GOLD at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s October 22nd and 23rd. Had the chance to delve into Tommy’s storied resume as a producer, composer, songwriter, arranger, and musician.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 18, 2021
As plans for the 2022 Adelaide Fringe continue to move forward, the Adelaide Fringe Board today announces Director and CEO Heather Croall's contract has been extended by two years to 2024, as well as the appointment of two new executives to the team.
by Nicole Rosky - Oct 18, 2021
The Shakespeare Theatre Company has just announced casting for the world premiere of the Broadway-bound musical ONCE UPON A ONE MORE TIME November 30-January 2 at Sidney Harman Hall. The show will star Briga Heelan and Justin Guarini as Cinderella and Prince Charming, alongside John Glover as Narrator, Tony nominee Emily Skinner as Stepmother, Brooke Dillman as The O.F.G, Aisha Jackson as Snow White, and MiMi Scardulla and Tess Soltau as Stepsisters Belinda and Betany. Glover replaces Simon Callow in the role.
by Michael Major - Oct 18, 2021
Death Bells has released their new single, 'Intruder'. The track comes along with the announcement of the band's new West Coast tour dates. Watch the visualizer now!
by Michael Major - Oct 18, 2021
On October 20th, Berardo and his band, The DesBerardos, will be performing at NYC's The Cutting Room. Learn more about Berardo's upcoming Christmas tune and purchase tickets to his upcoming concert now!
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 18, 2021
A Flat Rock Playhouse Christmas kicks off the holiday season with a Flat Rock tradition, continuing live after going virtual in 2020!
by Review Roundups - Oct 17, 2021
Dana H., by Obie Award winner Lucas Hnath and directed by Obie Award winner Les Waters, opens tonight, October 17, at Broadway's Lyceum Theatre, playing on a rotating schedule with Is This a Room.
by Taylor Brethauer-Hamling - Oct 15, 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. A favorite Tonys opening number, the theatrical experience of a Harry Styles concert, and more-- read the latest from our college student bloggers!
by Team BWW - Oct 15, 2021
Reserve your spot today - a limited number of students are able to participate in each class. Students will get the opportunity to perform for their instructor, get personalized feedback on their piece, and to try out their song another time following critiques. Improve your performance and get the advantage at your next audition with feedback from working Broadway professionals!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 15, 2021
The musical Remembering James is continuing its own history: From being commissioned by San Francisco's Boxcar Theatre, to having a national tour from 2019 to retiring from the stage after the Mass Gathering Ban, result of the National Pandemic against COVID-19 Virus.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 15, 2021
The Times-Union Center will play host to The Price is Right Live stage show on October 23, 2021 at 8:00 p.m.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 14, 2021
Julia Samuels, co-CEO, co-Artistic Director, and co-founder of 20 Stories High, will step down in December after an incredibly successful 15 years leading the company alongside Keith Saha.
by Gina Sarno - Oct 14, 2021
Nutley Little Theatre set to open its doors to a live audience for the first time since the pandemic, with 'The Ghost Train,' directed by Ellyn Essig.
by Krista Garver - Oct 14, 2021
Celine Song's FAMILY is a surreal look at the messy self-perpetuating cycle of violence.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Oct 14, 2021
This Sunday, Oct. 17, renowned jazz musician Nat Adderley, Jr. will hit the stage at Parker Jazz Club (114 West Fourth St., Austin, Texas). Nat will appear in concert with his band and special guest Kenny Williams to benefit THE ADDERLEY FOUNDATION, which provides scholarships and financial assistance for underserved students.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 14, 2021
Toronto audiences will soon be reunited with the best in live Canadian opera this winter as subscriptions to the Canadian Opera Company's in-person offerings are now on sale.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
The Hangar Theatre welcomes you back to their Outdoor Stage (in a heated, open-sided tent) for Night of The Living Musicals, Saturday October 23rd from 3-5 PM!
by Stephi Wild - Oct 13, 2021
With a little Kiwi ingenuity, Wellington’s Opera House has made a swift pivot for the Royal New Zealand Ballet’s (RNZB) Ryman Healthcare season of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, opening 28 October.  
by BWW Contests - Oct 13, 2021
One lucky winner will receive two tickets and a drink of their choice at Midsummer: A Shakespearience at CASA 51, located at 625 West 51st Street. The tickets will be good for any performance during the week of November 1 - November 7. The show has a runtime of 2 hours and is recommended for 21+ audiences. The contest closes on Wednesday, October 27 at 11:59pm ET. Winners will be notified the following day.
by A.A. Cristi - Oct 13, 2021
Kokandy Productions presents the Chicago premiere of the bold new musical Hundred Days, featuring music and lyrics by The Bengsons, and book by The Bengsons and Sarah Gancher.
by Student Blogger: Olivia Murray - Oct 12, 2021
This time of the semester can be difficult for everyone, exam after exam, it does sort of feel never-ending. But have you thought about some of the ways to try and mitigate that stress? Music can be your escape when you don't have another outlet to get away. And maybe if you're lucky, with theatres opening back up, you could take the night off and go see a show. Local or professional theatre can both be fun ways to take your mind off of all the stress you've endured during your season of midterms.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 12, 2021
In a return to live performances, Arizona State University's School of Music, Dance and Theatre announces the upcoming 2021–22 theater season.
by Student Blogger: Breanna Ebisch - Oct 12, 2021
Because of the variety of music choice, the show was both a giant dance party and extremely emotional. While a majority of the concert was full of dancing, screaming out the lyrics and having the best time, there were also moments where tears were shed or the crowd grew quiet just to enjoy the heart wrenching ballads that were being sung. These few minutes were so powerful and only added to the overall experience of seeing Styles live. For many, these songs have been a saving grace throughout such an unprecedented time and to finally hear them live made it very hard not to get teary eyed.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 11, 2021
Susie Mosher has done it again, and Stewart Green has the photographic evidence.
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 11, 2021
After an extended postponement, Kelli Rabke's much-anticipated show about tiny women with gargantuan voices has come into the light.
by The Marriage Matinee - Oct 11, 2021
Broadway Across America is coming back to life, and it’s ready to hit Indy with the fun and fantastical CHARLIE AND THE CHOCOLATE FACTORY. This musical brings to life the much-beloved classic children's book by Roald Dahl, also adapted for film twice. In anticipation of opening night, we were lucky enough to get to interview Audrey Belle Adams, who stars as Mrs. Gloop in the upcoming tour. Hear her reflections on what it means to be back and what makes this such a great show to launch the season.
by Ricky Pope - Oct 10, 2021
Justin Vivian Bond brought vself new show STORMING THE GLAMPARTS to Joe's Pub inside the beautiful Public Theatre this week. I was lucky enough to catch Thursday night's performance and was dazzled by the brilliance of Bond's talent, brains, and beauty. V is a true one-of-a-kind entertainer. V is outrageous while being grounded in very traditional entertainment forms. V presents vself as a chanteuse with a good deal of diva energy. V arrangements by musical director, Matt Ray are all firmly rooted in the cabaret vernacular. But Justin Vivian Bond goes to a level beyond simply cabaret. V show is a good-natured exposé of everything that's important in 2021. And even though Bond claims to rate low on the empathy scale, v show is the perfect picture of inclusion, empathy, and love.
by Rich Mehrenberg - Oct 10, 2021
Don't let the name fool ya. EPAC's production of Something Rotten is totally fresh. In fact, it is their best show post-pandemic, by far. (Any show that rhymes 'penis' and 'genius' in it's first ten minutes is gonna crack you up!)
by Stephi Wild - Oct 10, 2021
This month, Aspire Performing Arts Company (Aspire PAC) will present a pilot production of Perfect Harmony, the Off-Broadway a capella musical hit, at Hackensack Performing Arts Center on October 15 and 16.