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Match - 2004 - Broadway

From playwright Stephen Belber (Match, Tape, The Laramie Project) comes a provocative new drama that pits social responsibility against personal redemption. When Delaware journalist Rick Dayne meets death row inmate Darius McReele, the articles Rick writes eventually lead to Darius's exoneration from an 18 year old murder conviction. Darius's sympathetic past and magnetic personality make him a darling of the lecture circuit, leading to national attention and political viability. With his past and future in the balance, Darius walks the line, as Rick seeks to determine which way he'll ultimately fall.


Plymouth Theatre

(New York, NY)
236 W. 45th St. Seating Chart


by Marina Kennedy - Sep 9, 2021
Our readers will like to know all about Edelheiss Wine, the delightful, 100% organic certified wines with grapes sourced from the Pfalz wine region of Germany. We had the opportunity to sample three Edelhweiss Wines and speak with the company’s charming CEO and Founder, Rodney Foster who is also well known from the Lifetime show, 'Marrying Millions.'
by Rachel Weinberg - Sep 9, 2021
It’s not just fitting that MR. BURNS is a play about a post-apocalyptic world, but also one that deeply underscores why art is so important to humanity. Indeed, this production demonstrates that art is what makes us human and empowers us to survive. After such a long time without live theater here in Chicago, I can think of few better ideas to ponder than that.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 8, 2021
Footballing legends Paul Gascoigne, Steve Bull, Dave Beasant, Peter Shilton and Paul Parker reunited on stage at Wolverhampton Grand Theatre on Monday 6 September to relive memories of the 1990 World Cup tournament.
by Review Roundups - Sep 8, 2021
The West End production of Frozen has officially opened at the newly refurbished Theatre Royal Drury Lane on 8 September 2021. Read the reviews for the show's UK debut!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 7, 2021
Dallas Black Dance Theatre is launching its 45th anniversary season back onstage with four world premieres, including a cultural, artistic exchange with musicians halfway around the world in North Macedonia. The company emerges from an all-virtual 44th season, providing its audience with both onstage and live streaming virtual options this season.
by Michael Major - Sep 7, 2021
Though sung from a first-person perspective, “Scarlett” was written about a drawn out breakup that her friend was going through. Balancing a polarity of buoyant melodies and cutting lyrics, the song provides the sensation of feeling like you’re constantly chasing someone who is always just out of your reach.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 7, 2021
This September, The American Opera Project, one of America’s leading homes for the creation of original lyric theater, kicks off its 33rd season with premiere music from five distinctive new operas at an outdoor concert in its home neighborhood of Fort Greene, Brooklyn.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 4, 2021
Every dollar you give, Rebel will match up to one million dollars! By making a donation – great or small – to the ATYP Foundation you are playing a major part in shaping Australia’s leading national youth theatre company and helping us enrich the lives of young Australians through theatre experiences. 
by Michael Major - Sep 3, 2021
The album features the co-composers’ folk-traditional orchestral hybrid score for director Kay Cannon’s modern spin on the classic tale Cinderella from Sony Pictures Entertainment and Amazon Studios.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 21, 2021
Today, three years after designs by architect Frank Gehry were unveiled, the Los Angeles Philharmonic welcomed its first class of Inglewood students to the Judith and Thomas L. Beckmen YOLA Center at Inglewood, the first permanent home of the YOLA (Youth Orchestra Los Angeles) program that brings free music education to communities throughout Los Angeles County.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 21, 2021
Center Stage Theatre, an inclusive and intergenerational community-based theatre providing quality and affordable performances, educational programming and volunteer opportunities, today announced its appointment of Shelton native and resident Carla Supersano Sullivan as its Managing Director. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 21, 2021
Over 90 concerts in uniquely curated series, including Quiet Please There's a Lady on Stage and TD Jazz Concerts: Jazz From Around the World to piano, vocal, chamber, and string concerts, featuring the world's top musicians, are planned for 2021.22.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 21, 2021
Tony Award-nominated and Obie Award-winning theater company Clubbed Thumb and two-time Tony Award nominee Heidi Schreck have announced the Clubbed Thumb Constitution Commissions.
by Adrienne Proctor - Sep 20, 2021
3rd Act Theatre Company opens season 3, UNKNOWN, with the comedy of errors The Red Lamp. This mysterious red lamp is supposed to bring good luck to anyone who lights it, and the family at the center of this tale could use all the luck they can get. The Red Lamp is the first of a full lineup of shows for this news theatre company.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 20, 2021
Trybe House Theatre is now an Associate Company at the Royal Court Theatre; the partnership began in August 2021 and will run until July 2024. Throughout the partnership, the Royal Court will support Trybe House Theatre in delivering their vision to artistically engage young black men in theatre and create work that is reflective of their reality and celebrates identity.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 20, 2021
For this special, live recording, they'll be dyking out with the ICONIC Jenna Lyons. Jenna is the former President and Executive Creative Director of J.Crew Group, Inc. where she oversaw design for all J.Crew apparel and accessories, as well as creative direction for stores and the J.Crew catalog.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 20, 2021
The Samuel Beckett specialists, Gare St Lazare Ireland have staged Beckett's 1964 novel How It Is over six years. Last month, they reimagined the entire novel for film and they will stream it as part of Dublin Theatre Festival 2021 (Oct 1- 7 2021). 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 2, 2021
Vaccinated patrons must provide proof of vaccination in the form of a physical card, a photo of their card, or a verified app (i.e. Bindle) that matches their photo ID. Where applicable, the second vaccine dose must be dated at least 14 days prior to the show. 
by Stephi Wild - Sep 19, 2021
Play readings, musicals, comedies and dramas are back on the stage for PCPA’s 2021-22 season, presented in three venues on the Central Coast. Interplay Play Readings are returning to the Severson Theatre September 23rd through 25th. Two fresh picked plays Quack and The Humans.
by Paula Makar - Sep 19, 2021
I love it when I go to the theatre and there's a Vaccine Raffle! That's right, if you show your vaccine card you can be entered to win a prize! I feel like I'm back in a place where people care about the health of their community and do things like this to promote it. Crown Arts Collaborative is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization with a mission of returning theatre and art to the historic Crown Uptown Stage, and to make art for the community, by like-minded artists in the community.
by Morgan Musselman - Sep 18, 2021
Returning to Shakespeare Theatre Company for a limited pre-season engagement after its original run was cut short in March 2020, Whitney White’s stunning production of James Baldwin’s The Amen Corner offers a resounding “welcome home” to theater lovers set hopelessly adrift over the past eighteen months.
by Audrey Morabito - Sep 17, 2021
Last night I sat in a theatre for the first time in 557 days. I’m positive I wasn’t the only one holding a track record of that caliber, because the excitement in the Hobby Center was tangible. Theatre is back indeed. And what better way to welcome you than the visually stunning, lovely tale of Professor Higgins and his pupil Eliza Doolittle. MY FAIR LADY (1956) is as classic as it gets, the prime example of Broadway at its best and finest.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 17, 2021
WaterTower Theatre Producing Artistic Director Shane Peterman and Associate Producer Elizabeth Kensek are proud to announce casting and creative details for The Taming, the all-female political comedy by playwright Lauren Gunderson.
by Michael Major - Sep 17, 2021
Produced by Butch Walker (Green Day, Weezer) and featuring Idol’s longtime lead guitarist and co-writer Steve Stevens, The Roadside was conceived, recorded and mixed almost entirely under the shadow of the pandemic.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 16, 2021
The New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich today begins performances of the world premiere production of Never Lost at Home, which tells the story of the 1980/81 UEFA football season and celebrates the 40th anniversary of Ipswich Town F.C.'s UEFA cup victory that year.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 16, 2021
The Resident Ensemble Players is kicking off their 2021-2022 season with the audio production of A Scandal in Bohemia, featuring one of the most famous detectives in literary history, Sherlock Holmes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
Repertorio Español is the recipient of a $100,000 challenge grant from Bank of America. This grant will match any contribution over $25 with Bank of America donating an equal amount to Repertorio, thereby doubling the impact of any contribution made.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 15, 2021
The York Theatre Company will honor musical theater legends Richard Maltby, Jr. & David Shire (Baby, Big, Starting Here, Starting Now, Closer Than Ever) with the 2021 Oscar Hammerstein Award for Lifetime Achievement in Musical Theater and Elisa Loti Stein with The York Theatre Company Founders’ Award at the 29th Oscar Hammerstein Award Gala.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 15, 2021
Single tickets to the Toronto Symphony Orchestra's previously announced 2021/22 season will go on sale September 16, for concerts through to February 2022. Single tickets for the remainder of the season will go on sale at a later date when there are updated capacity limits during the winter/spring months. The first half of the season will feature shorter concerts with no intermission and works selected for smaller ensembles to allow for distance on stage.
by Seth Tucker - Sep 14, 2021
The best musical of the century runs in Tempe, AZ until October 10th.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 13, 2021
Main Street Theater is back! The Theater for Youth will open its new season with Don't Let the Pigeon Drive the Bus! The Musical!, based on the much-loved modern classic by Mo Willems.
by Alan Portner - Sep 12, 2021
Unicorn Theatre Artistic Director Cynthia Levin enthusiastically welcomed a properly vaccinated, masked, and socially distanced audience to the Levin Theater for the first Covid delayed Unicorn production in eighteen months. The play is a dense, but extremely well performed ninety minute one act entitled “The Lifespan of a Fact.”
by Kevin Shaw - Sep 10, 2021
Everything these days seems to be ephemeral. With the attention span of a gnat, Americans lose interest faster than it took to write this sentence. Squirrel! Platforms such as TikTok, Instagram and Tinder (swiping for love based on appearances alone) is ever-shortening society's ability to focus and appreciate longevity. With an insatiable appetite for newer and better, the world has embraced change for change's sake. Longevity is, ironically, a thing of the past. That's why it's beyond remarkable that Theatre Memphis is now celebrating its 100th Anniversary Season with the opening of HELLO, DOLLY! (Now through September 19th). 100 years of the Memphis community coming together to put on a show-that's quite a feat! Like a fine wine, Theatre Memphis seems to be just getting better and better with age. Not only have the production values increased immensely over the past few years, but the overall space itself has been infused with millions of dollars in gorgeous renovations. Everything seems to be peaking for TM at just the right time.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 10, 2021
CRUSH, a VR puppet play by Krista Knight, is a finalist for the Broadway on Demand Film Festival, a short film festival to honor the groundbreaking ways creators approach theatre in a digital age and socially-distant world.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 10, 2021
While theaters on Broadway and across the country were forced into darkness because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Broadway Cares/Equity Fights AIDS supporters shined brightly, fueling $13,024,000 in grants to The Actors Fund and 424 other social services agencies across the country during fiscal year 2021, which ends September 30.
by Michael Major - Sep 1, 2021
The final film in the five-part docuseries event from the creators of WILD WILD COUNTRY. Directed by Chapman Way and Maclain Way, UNTOLD: Breaking Point tells the story of Mardy Fish as he rose to be the number one ranked American male tennis player while facing mental health challenges that changed his life on and off the court.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 1, 2021
The Woman in The Mirror is a new play based on Texas Radio Hall of Famer and entrepreneur Dayna Steele's 2016 book, Surviving Alzheimer's With Friends, Facebook and a Really Big Glass of Wine.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Dr. Peter Simon, Michael and Sonja Koerner President & CEO of The Royal Conservatory of Music, Mervon Mehta, Executive Director of Performing Arts, and James Anagnoson, Dean of The Glenn Gould School, today revealed details of the diverse concerts that will make up the 13th concert season at The Royal Conservatory of Music.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Teaming up, Pollen Presents, The Brooklyn Mirage, and The Cityfox Experience will present Departure, a five day and night travel experience in Playa del Carmen, Mexico, from January 6-11, 2022.
by TV Scoop - Aug 31, 2021
Find out what's happening on Fantasy Island and if it's a new episode, airing on FOX on Tuesday, September 7, 2021!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Playwright & Social Justice Advocate, Michael Hagins, once again uses art to influence life with S.U.N. (Shut Up, Negro) in the U.S.A. (United States of America) presented by C.A.G.E. Theatre Company.
by Student Blogger: Matt Guernier - Aug 30, 2021
I know all of us take countless classes, read plenty of articles, and listen to endless interviews about what makes a great audition 'in the room.' So, to not waste your time, I will not be discussing how to audition in-person, but rather the digital Summer Stock audition process. After you've created all your audition cuts, there are essentially 2 methods of auditioning: 1. Self-Submissions 2. Audition Conferences
by Stephi Wild - Aug 29, 2021
Written by Marshall Brickman, Rick Elice and Andrew Lippa, the story uses characters created by Charles Addams – but now Wednesday is all grown up and has fallen in love with a sweet young man from a respectable family. 
by Stephi Wild - Aug 29, 2021
The Camry Theater invites writers to send in a play to the Here and Now festival for staged readings, which will take place in the summer of 2022.
by Cindy Marcolina - Aug 28, 2021
In 1921, female homosexuality was discussed in Parliament for the very first time. Its male counterpart had its earliest outing in the 16th Century. There’s only a four-century gap before the leaders of the country decided that women, after all, do not do certain things. Fast forward to our generation, lesbians need to have a specific look on screen while getting abused (read: nearly killed) on a bus.
by Tom Hayden Millward - Aug 28, 2021
'Where did all the happy endings go? Where can all the good times be?' When West End stalwart Dianne Pilkington enchanted the audience yesterday evening at the press night of Bedknobs and Broomsticks with The Sherman Brothers' 'The Age of Not Believing', perhaps the 1971 Disney film's most iconic number, I couldn't help but think about we have all endured over the past year and a half.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 28, 2021
Touching on genres ranging from rock, country, folk, light opera, big band and mariachi, Elizabeth Ward Land finds her perfect vocal match in this salute to the great Linda Ronstadt.
by Cindy Marcolina - Aug 27, 2021
All artists must think they’re better than anybody else, even if only by a little bit, or they must be convinced they have something to say at least. Otherwise, they wouldn’t be doing it. “The work has to come first”, even before personal relationships. That’s what Isaac and his two friends Piotr and Damien believe. It’s a recipe for disaster and Painting By Numbers turns it into a hilarious catastrophe.
by Jason Davis - Aug 27, 2021
Travel back in time to the glory days of the nightclub crooner. Dino! An Evening with Dean Martin at Gretna Theatre creates an intimate atmosphere to relive Dino fan favorites and immerse the audience in days gone by.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 27, 2021
On Wednesday night, Broadway veteran Elizabeth Ward Land returned to The Green Room 42 with her acclaimed concert STILL WITHIN THE SOUND OF MY VOICE- THE SONGS OF LINDA RONSTADT for a special one-night-only encore.