New Faces of 1956 1956

Opened: June 14, 1956

New Faces of 1956 - 1956 - Broadway History , Info & More

Ethel Barrymore Theatre (Broadway)
243 West 47th St. New York, NY

New Faces was a musical revue with both songs and comedy skits that helped to launch the careers of multiple young performers.

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Interview: Heather Ferreira of 5 LESBIANS EATING A QUICHE at Nutley Little Theatre
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Nutley Little Theatre presents 5 Lesbians Eating a Quiche by Evan Linder & Andrew Hobgood, directed by Heather Ferreira. 

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Stage West Opens Season With ONCE UPON A MATTRESS
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How do you tell a real princess from a wannabe?  You’ll have a grand time finding out, as Stage West, in a co-production with Theatre TCU, presents the charming, classic fairytale musical Once Upon a Mattress, which begins a 3-week run on Thursday, October 19.  Learn more about the production here!

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Porchlight Music Theatre is launching the Cole Porter Festival - A Celebration of the Man and his Music this October. The festival includes a production of Anything Goes starring Meghan Murphy. Don't miss this incredible tribute to Cole Porter's career.

Find Out What Halloween Horror Is Coming to Peacock This October
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The actress best known for her role on the television show Benson and 110 in the Shade on Broadway, has passed away at the age of 90.

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Editor’s Note: We had the pleasure of visiting Dixie Lee Bakery by David Burke when attending a show in the New Jersey shore area.

Chicago's Joffrey Ballet Faces Backlash Over Russian Ballet Programming
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In March 2022, The Joffrey Ballet announced their 2022/2023 season, which included Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina, choreographed by Russia's Yuri Possokov. The production is scheduled to run from February 15th through 26th, 2023.

Rebecca Thornhill and Evelyn Hoskins Will Lead GYPSY at The Mill at Sonning Theatre
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THE COLORED FOLKS GOODTIME HOUR Film to Open Vincent Victoria Presents Season
by Blair Ingenthron - Nov 5, 2022

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Photos: First Look at 5 LESBIANS EATING A QUICHE at Town & Gown Pub & Theatre
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New York City Opera co-presents a work commissioned by the Théatre du Chatelet, Angels in America at the Salzburg State Theatre in Salzburg, Austria. Libretto by Mari Mezei, in English with German surtitles.

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Paramount to Release MY FAIR LADY and SUPER 8 on 4k Ultra HD
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Paramount Home Entertainment will release George Cukor’s My Fair Lady (1964) and J.J. Abrams’ Super 8 (2011) in the 4K Ultra HD format on May 25.

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The Royal Academy of Dance (RAD) has partnered with the V&A to co-curate a free to enter display to mark the iconic dance education organisation's centenary.

Additional Performers Added to AN AMERICAN POPULAR SONG SOCIETY
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Additional performers join singer/musical director and sheet music archivist Michael Lavine this Saturday, October 10th at 12 Noon ET.

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Join singer/musical director and sheet music archivist Michael Lavine on Saturday, October 10th at 12 Noon ET for an American Popular Song Society program honoring the Broadway composer and cabaret artist Arthur Siegel.

Stage and Screen Actor Patti Karr Dies at 88
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BroadwayWorld is saddened to report that stage and screen actor Patti Karr has died at 88.


Madame Intepreter
What Does the Dream Mean?
One Perfect Moment
Tell Her
The Washingtons Are Doin' Okay
A Can Full of Trash
A Doll's House
And He Flipped
Girls 'n Girls 'n Girls
I Could Love Him
Steady Edna
Isn't She Lovely
Twenty Years in the Blackboard Jungle
Don't Wait 'Til It's Too Late to See Paris
Scratch My Back
The Broken Kimona
The Greatest Invention
Mustapha Abdullah Abu Ben Al Raajid
Powers Below
She's Got Everything
Finale: New Faces
Change of Heart
La Ronde
April in Fairbanks
Boy Most Likely to Succeed
Stars in the Rough
New Faces of 1956 has had 2 productions including Broadway which opened in 1956 and Broadway which opened in 1956.