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Eltinge 42nd Street Theatre

(New York, NY)
236 W. 42nd St.
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by BWW News Desk - Sep 29, 2017
Today, Nomad Group drops a stripped-down, acoustic version of Nick Dean's single, How Did We?, placing him in a class of contemporaries such as Harry Styles, Niall Horan, and Ed Sheeran. How Did We? (Stripped) is available now on all streaming platforms, including SoundCloud and Spotify.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 27, 2019
The Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture opens its 2019 Fall Season with a?oeA Salute to Richie Bonilla,a?? the long-time Latin Music Artist Manager, with a selection of artists he managed paying tribute in a star-studded concert on Saturday, October 12th at 7:30 PM in the Main Theater. There will be performances by the Puerto Rican singer/ songwriter and former Fania All-Star Ismael Miranda, singer Joe Bataan a?oeThe King of Latin Soul,a?? the Grammy Winning Cuban vocalist Albita, former Tito Puente vocalist Frankie Morales, timbalero Orlando Marin, known as a?oethe last Mambo King,a?? the highly energetic instrumental & vocal duo Los Hermanos Moreno, virtuoso flutist Connie Grossman and the Steven Oquendo Mambo Orchestra. Noted broadcaster Felipe Luciano will serve as Master of Ceremonies. A dance follows at 9:30 PM in the Hostos Café with DJ Brian Martínez spinning Salsa favorites.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2019
As part of Japan Society's 2019-2020 Performing Arts Season, the Society proudly presents a dynamic performance of Japan's scariest ghost stories from Kwaidan, a collection of Japanese folktales by writer Lafcadio Hearn. In this one night only event, acclaimed actor Shiro Sano brings selections from Hearn's tales to life, accompanied by visuals as well powerful live music by distinguished guitarist Kyoji Yamamoto, sharing with audiences a glimpse of Hearn's open-minded view of Japan and the world. Commencing the live performance, folklorist Bon Koizumi, Hearn's great-grandson and Director of the Lafcadio Hearn Memorial Museum in Matsue, Japan, will give a short lecture on the writer's relevance today. Kwaidana?"Call of Salvation Heard from the Depths of Fear takes place Thursday, October 24 at 7:30pm at Japan Society (333 East 47th Street).
by Julie Musbach - Oct 7, 2019
Hear the spirited sounds of South Africa in this fall's vibrant staging of Aesop's Fables by the Olivier Award-winning Isango Ensemble at The New Victory Theater from November 1 - 3, 2019. 
by BWW News Desk - Oct 6, 2017
Today, Nomad Group drops a remix version of Nick Dean's single, How Did We? featuring buzzing Melbourne producer, DJ, and artist, Ryan Riback. How Did We? Ryan Riback Remix is available now on all streaming platforms, including SoundCloud and Spotify.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 31, 2018
How does Jerry, a shy computer-nerd, wind up inside an interrogation room? In a convoluted tale of action and absurdity, Jerry faces shady, larger-than-life characters as he's thrust into dangerous situations. He has to be brave and he has to learn that anyone can be a hero, even a nerd. But it all starts with a mysterious pizza delivery...
by BWW News Desk - Oct 27, 2018
Salvage Vanguard Theater (SVT) presents MainStage world premiere of Tryouts by Adara Meyers, a Boston-based experimental playwright. Directed by co-Artistic Director Diana Lynn Small, Tryouts casts a satirical gaze on women, femininity, and motherhood, inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Virgin and Child with St. Anne,' and Freud's debunked maternal psychosexual essay on the painting.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 26, 2018
Baryshnikov Arts Center (BAC) announces the naming of its Studio 4B for the great American entertainer, actor, singer, and comedian Danny Kaye (1911-1987) and his wife Sylvia Fine Kaye (1913-1991), an accomplished lyricist, composer, and producer who mostly collaborated with her husband, writing material that he performed. The dedication completes the naming of all of BAC's studios and theaters for gifted artists, friends and/or mentors to Founder and Artistic Director Mikhail Baryshnikov-a roster that includes philanthropist Howard Gilman; artists Jerome Robbins, John Cage, Merce Cunningham, Rudolf Nureyev; and BAC's founding managing director emerita, Christina Sterner.
by Marina Kennedy - Oct 21, 2020
Broadwayworld.com had the pleasure of interviewing Kiowa Bryan of Spiribam Rum for our 'Master Mixologist' feature and she shared some special recipes for our readers.
by Stephi Wild - Oct 20, 2020
This fall, University Opera presents its first project of 2020-21 in video format as it turns to the music of Marc Blitzstein (1905-1964). I WISH IT SO: MARC BLITZSTEIN – THE MAN IN HIS MUSIC will be released on the Mead Witter School of Music YouTube channel on October 23 at 8 pm.
by Julie Musbach - Oct 2, 2018
Salvage Vanguard Theater (SVT) presents MainStage world premiere of Tryouts by Adara Meyers, a Boston-based experimental playwright. Directed by co-Artistic Director Diana Lynn Small, Tryouts casts a satirical gaze on women, femininity, and motherhood, inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Virgin and Child with St. Anne,' and Freud's debunked maternal psychosexual essay on the painting.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 17, 2019
Casting Society Cares (the nonprofit charitable arm of the Casting Society of America) and Actors Pro Expo will be hosting a 'Meals 4 Monologues' event where actors will be able to perform for casting directors and donate to the Food Bank for New York.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Oct 16, 2019
Actors Pro Expo is back in NYC for its 6th year on October 26th at the Martinique New York on Broadway! It's the only event of its kind in the U.S. and this year it's going to be bigger than ever before!
by BWW News Desk - Oct 11, 2018
Salvage Vanguard Theater (SVT) presents MainStage world premiere of Tryouts by Adara Meyers, a Boston-based experimental playwright. Directed by co-Artistic Director Diana Lynn Small, Tryouts casts a satirical gaze on women, femininity, and motherhood, inspired by Leonardo Da Vinci's 'The Virgin and Child with St. Anne,' and Freud's debunked maternal psychosexual essay on the painting.
by Alexa Criscitiello - May 3, 2018
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is proud to announce CPT's fifth annual Station Hope event on Saturday, May 5, from 6:30 - 10:00pm on the grounds of St. John's Episcopal Church, 2600 Church Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Station Hope is a jubilant community event celebrating Cleveland's social justice heritage and exploring contemporary struggles for freedom and equity. Engage with over 250 artists and 50+ community and professional arts & culture organizations from across Northeast Ohio as they envision, interrogate, and seek out hope on the grounds of Cleveland's first authenticated Underground Railroad site, St. John's Episcopal Church. Audiences explore the historic properties while viewing works of theatre, music, storytelling, and dance inspired by the most important issues of our time. Station Hope is free, family-friendly, and open to all.
by Macon Prickett - May 23, 2018
POP Montreal announces its first wave of musical talent for 2018. This year, the festival runs from September 26th to 30th. As always, the non-profit, artist-centric international music festival prioritizes diversity and creativity when selecting the inspiring collective of local and international artists. Deeply rooted in its local community, POP Montreal is proud to continue to deliver a festival of discovery for all who seek a refreshing preview of the underground arts and culture scene.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 8, 2019
Carriageworks today announced a major new co-commission with Manchester International Festival to present a transformative multi-lingual performance-based installation. Studio Creole is curated by award-winning author Adam Thirlwell in collaboration with Hans Ulrich Obrist, designed by world-leading architect Rem Koolhaas, and directed by US theatre director John Collins.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 4, 2019
In its Centennial year, the Los Angeles Philharmonic continues to grow in its commitment to supporting the creation of new music and nurturing young composers through two programs: National Composers Intensive (NCI), for composers ages 18 to 30, and the Nancy and Barry Sanders Composer Fellowship Program (CFP) for high school-aged composers. For the first time, the NCI program collaborates with New York City-based International Contemporary Ensemble (the Ensemble) to work with seven composers who will have the opportunity to workshop their pieces, both in New York and in Los Angeles, culminating in a performance at Walt Disney Concert Hall.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 3, 2021
In a cultural moment where the era's best music is characterized by multicultural, polyglot origins and focus on Black identity and culture, 'Nocturne' provides a welcome Martinican Creole perspective.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 23, 2020
Let's Dance International Frontiers (LDIF) is the annual dance festival in Leicester which opens every year on April 29th (International Dance Day) bringing diversity to the forefront with a strong programme of performances, workshops, films and discussion featuring dancers and choreographers from around the world.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 24, 2020
Cleveland Public Theatre will present CPT's celebrated annual festival virtually on Saturday, June 27, from 5:00-10:00 (ET).
by Stephi Wild - Jun 20, 2020
Cleveland Public Theatre will present CPT's celebrated annual festival virtually on Saturday, June 27, from 5:00-10:00 (ET). CPT Staff will (safely and responsibly) broadcast from the historic grounds of Cleveland's first authenticated Underground Railroad site, St. John's Episcopal Church.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 19, 2020
The Martin E. Segal Theatre Center has announced the 13th weekly line-up of its new global series, SEGAL TALKS, which was conceived, created and curated by Frank Hentschker in March 2020.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jun 1, 2021
Deemed one of the '25 Coolest Film Festivals in the World' by MovieMaker Magazine in 2019, the Third Horizon Film Festival returns for its fifth edition. This year the festival will be hosted hybrid style with a thoughtfully curated mix of in-person and virtual screenings beginning June 24, 2021, through July 1, 2021, in Miami, Florida.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 11, 2019
Artistic Director Aislinn Rose announced The Theatre Centre's 201920 programming today at one of the company's signature (and delicious) community meals. The focus of the year ahead is on the idea of "reckless generosity".
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 7, 2020
The Cultural Services of the French Embassy announces the U.S. A Night of Philosophy & Ideas/Night of Ideas programming (from January 25 to February 2) for the global La Nuit des idées 2020, a series of intellectual marathons for the general public, coordinated worldwide by the Institut français.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 13, 2020
Let's Dance International Frontiers 2020, Leicester's annual dance festival celebrates its tenth anniversary in 2020 with a thrilling programme of dance and performance from the UK, USA, Norway, Cuba, Martinique, Tanzania, Italy and more.
by Julie Musbach - Feb 21, 2019
The Kitchen Presents Miho Hatori: SALON MONDIALITE, an imaginary, experimental TV talk show, inspired by Martinique-born poet and thinker Edouard Glissant's words. Instead of conversations, Hatori creates sound stories through improvisation and ambient chanting, with guest musicians Smokey Hormel and Patrick Higgins. The Salon features a video installation by the artist and an appearance from special guest performer Melvin "Grave" Guzman. Curated by Tim Griffin.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Feb 1, 2021
'Never forget our past, our history' so goes the refrain at the end of 'Mama' one of the songs from David Walters's bold and affecting release from earlier this year on the Parisian label, Heavenly Sweetness, 'Soleil Kreyol.'
by Alexa Criscitiello - Dec 3, 2020
Pérez Art Museum Miami has announced the Caribbean Cultural Institute Fellowship, a new program that aims to advance the study of Caribbean art while providing opportunities for exchange and collaboration across the Caribbean region and its diasporic communities.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 20, 2019
Skylight Music Theatre today announced the cast and creative team for The Gospel at Colonus running January 17-26, 2020 in the Cabot Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway, in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Aug 9, 2018
REAL WOMEN HAVE CURVES is an insightful look at the realities of immigration and the standards placed upon Latinx women. It's also an entertaining story about the incredible bond that women share. While the show is still finding its footing, its place and relevance in our community are undeniable.
by Rebecca Russo - Aug 31, 2017
The blues born of slavery, the sophistication of the salon, chants and rhythms of the African diaspora transformed under French colonization in the Caribbean – those are elements Grammy-nominated saxophonist and composer Yosvany Terry and acclaimed Parisian pianist-composer Baptiste Trotignon forge into a suite for impassioned modern jazz quartet on “Ancestral Memories” (Okeh/Sony Music France). The CD releases in the U.S. onSeptember 5.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 20, 2019
TEATRO LIRICO D'EUROPA's La Traviata will play Jacksonville's Times-Union Center January 30, 2020 for one performance only.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 18, 2017
Today, Nomad Group drops Nick Dean's new single, “How Did We?,” placing him in a class of contemporaries such as Harry Styles, Niall Horan, and Ed Sheeran. “How Did We?” is available now on all streaming platforms, including Apple Music, SoundCloud and Spotify.
by Marina Kennedy - Aug 14, 2019
It's almost here! National Rum Day is Friday, August 16th. We have some suggestions for you by Spiribam, the rum specialists.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 6, 2021
Milwaukee Chamber Theatre's (MCT) Virtually Re-Imagined Season continues with an all-new take on UNDERNEATH THE LINTEL by Glen Berger. The production, specifically designed for virtual distribution, premieres on April 9th at 7:30pm.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 5, 2018
By popular demand, the Hostos Center for the Arts & Culture brings back its 'Mambo Memories' concert, a tribute to the Palladium Ballroom era of the 1950s with a performance featuring a wide array of singers and dancers on Saturday, April 21st, 7:30 PM in the Main Theater at the Hostos Center, Hostos Community College, 450 Grand Concourse, in the Bronx. A dance follows at 9:30 PM in the Hostos Cafe with Salsa Warrior DJ Roy spinning mambo favorites.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 29, 2019
Museum of Art and Design (MOAD) at Miami Dade College (MDC) will present Where the Oceans Meet, an exhibition of modern and contemporary art that resonates with the pioneering thought of two Caribbean writers, Lydia Cabrera and Edouard Glissant. The international group of thirty-eight artists and collectives in the exhibition consider notions of shifting and porous borders-geographic, national, cultural, social, racial, ethnic, and linguistic-and how crossing borders has shaped our world. The exhibition is curated by Hans Ulrich Obrist, Asad Raza, Gabriela Rangel, and Rina Carvajal. Where the Oceans Meet will be on view from May 26 to September 29, 2019.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Apr 28, 2019
For those unenlightened, Jazz/Pop vocalist Nicolas King might seem like an overnight sensation. If you are new to the scene you've only recently discovered one of the most skillful and exciting male singers around. As they say in the trade, 'He's Hot'. Truth be told, Nicolas has been working and honing his amazing talent for 18 of his 27 years, and coincidently collecting many industry awards along the way. Last night at The Beach Cafe on New York's fashionable East Side, Nicolas thrilled an intimate group of sophisticated and musically astute New Yorkers who had gathered in a location that harks back to the golden age of New York City night life. Proprietor Dave Goodside has recreated the ambience of those fashionable Manhattan night spots that enticed you with good food, drink and entertainment. It may not be the 1950's El Morocco or La Martinique (and surely doesn't cost as much), but this special eventing at The Beach Cafe definitely left the Saturday late night audience feeling they were sharing that same nostalgic supper club experience listening to the romantic and Jazz infused vocals of Nicolas King.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 26, 2021
Chicago's longest-running storytelling collective, 2nd Story, is expanding its groundbreaking training program under the new brand CultureBuilds.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 23, 2018
Gallery Met Shorts presents a film by artist Elizabeth Columba, which will be shown in more than 2,000 movie theaters in 73 countries during the intermission of the Met's final Live in HD performance of this season.
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 21, 2017
Already carrying the title of one of the most recognized and decorated legacies in reggae music with international acclaim, Morgan Heritage continue to build d buzz for Avrakedabra, their upcoming followup to the 2016 GRAMMY Award-Winning Strictly Roots.
by Caryn Robbins - Apr 19, 2017
In a recent series of firsts and historical moments, the Grammy winning Royal Family of Reggae, Morgan Heritage thrilled fans and music lovers from Asia to Africa on the Avrakedabra World Tour 2017.
by Charlie Wilks - Apr 17, 2018
Sebastian Roche is an actor, born in France. He graduated from the prestigious Conservatoire National Superieur d'Art Dramatique, and started his acting career in French theatre, films and television. He is well known for his work on popular American series as well, such as General Hospital, The Originals, Scandal, 24, and Criminal Minds to name a few.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Apr 13, 2018
Cleveland Public Theatre (CPT) is proud to announce CPT's fifth annual Station Hope event on Saturday, May 5, from 6:30 - 10:00pm on the grounds of St. John's Episcopal Church, 2600 Church Avenue, Cleveland, Ohio. Station Hope is a jubilant community event celebrating Cleveland's social justice heritage and exploring contemporary struggles for freedom and equity. Engage with over 250 artists and 50+ community and professional arts & culture organizations from across Northeast Ohio as they envision, interrogate, and seek out hope on the grounds of Cleveland's first authenticated Underground Railroad site, St. John's Episcopal Church. Audiences explore the historic properties while viewing works of theatre, music, storytelling, and dance inspired by the most important issues of our time. Station Hope is free, family-friendly, and open to all.
by Julie Musbach - Apr 12, 2019
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) inducted three arts luminaries into its Hall of Fame during its annual benefit on April 11 at Capitale.
by Lacey Cannon Gonzales - Apr 12, 2018
THE SMARTEST GIRL IN THE WORLD is a must-see production for kids of all ages. With a funny, heartwarming story and engaging characters that rival any superhero this show is the perfect family theatre experience. Run don't walk to catch this story that is truly one of a kind.