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Cort Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
138 West 48th St.
by Gary Naylor - Sep 28, 2019
King John's themes are horribly present in today's febrile political climate making it exactly the right time to revive one on Shakespeare's less performed plays.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Sep 20, 2018
Hulu shares all of the titles coming and going for the month of October. See the full list below!
by Stage Tube - Sep 17, 2019
After hearing a young boy's cry for help, a sister and brother venture into a vast field of tall grass in Kansas but soon discover there may be no way out…and that something evil lurks within. Watch the trailer for 'In The Tall Grass' below!
by Jo Fisher - Oct 30, 2018
The Animals and Children Took To The Streets twists together retro imagery and animation with cabaret and mime for some elegantly sinister storytelling.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Oct 3, 2019
TERROR FILMS has acquired North American rights to Siar Sedig's mysterious horror thriller RESONANCE and has set the digital release date for Friday, October 11th! 
by Stephi Wild - Nov 6, 2019
PURPLE DIVINE presents the premiere of Going Up, a 40-minute psycho-erotic drama by Kiki Dranias, directed by Jen Viens. Featuring Paul Van Dyck and Kelly Craig, the site-specific play takes place in a freight elevator from November 21-30. Not recommended for claustrophobics.
by BWW News Desk - May 9, 2018
Get all the scoop on Coming Up On All New MODERN FAMILY-Chris Geere, Adam Devine, Reid Ewing and Nathan Fillion All Guest Star, airing on ABC today, May 9, 2018!
by Laura Fuller - May 4, 2020
Curve Theatre in Leicester, currently led by Chief Executive Chris Stafford and Artistic Director Nikolai Foster, has developed a reputation for producing and programming bold and innovative work, with many productions going on to tour both in the UK and internationally. Chris and Nikolai talk to BroadwayWorld about their time at Curve, hopes for the theatre's future, and how audiences can support the theatre industry during these difficult times.
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2018
The ABC Television Network announces May sweeps programming, airing through May 23, including series finales of 'Once Upon a Time,' airing May 18; and 'The Middle,' which completes its nine-year run with a special one-hour episode on May 22.
by Julie Musbach - May 11, 2018
City Theatre (@citytheatremia) and the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Performing Arts of Miami-Dade County (@arshtcenter) are proud to present SUMMER SHORTS, America's Short Play Festival. Playing May 31-July 1, 2018 in the intimate Carnival Studio Theater (Ziff Ballet Opera House) and led by City Theatre Artistic Director Margaret M. Ledford, SUMMER SHORTS is an annual theatrical celebration that showcases the diversity of Miami through a variety of new short plays and musicals.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 6, 2020
Bucks County Playhouse has announced final casting for the world premiere production of the new musical-comedy adventure, 'Other World.' The musical, which celebrates the ability to find heroes in unexpected places, begins performances at the Playhouse on March 13 and run through April 11 with an official opening night on March 28.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 4, 2021
MacDonald is a familiar face to Canadians.  Her television credits include host of “Urban Report” on YES TV’s Let’s Talk, National Geographic/Discovery Channel TV series “Breakout” and CTV/NBC’s “Saving Hope.”
by Drew Eberhard - Mar 25, 2019
'Strikingly beautiful,' 'ghost-like,' are just two adjectives that make up the mood in which Agatha Christie's Mousetrap, leaves on it's audiences which can witness this 'who-dunnit' now on-stage at Stageworks Theatre in the heart of downtown Tampa. At least that was the first and lasting impression I received upon entering the space Saturday night for a mere sold out performance, that was so stunning I still think about it days later. After all as one character proclaims, 'First impressions are so important,' and this bone chilling first impression still has me gasping for air.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Mar 20, 2019
Bar Mitzvah Boy. Southern California Premiere engagement of a new play.
by Elliot Lanes - Mar 11, 2019
Sometimes a particular genre of theater isn't necessarily popular with a general audience. Theater of the Absurd might be the biggest example of this. Playwrights like Eugene Ionesco and others have left audiences scratching their heads for years as to what they were trying to say within their plays.
by Stephi Wild - Mar 1, 2021
Picture this, you're trapped in a room with your peers, and there seems to be almost no way out. Become the master at solving puzzles, discovering hidden clues, uncovering mysteries and succeeding to escape our well thought and creative concept rooms.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 9, 2020
Any suburban kid of a certain age who misses the wholehearted music of their anthemic rock radio listening youth will find THE MILWAUKEES' new effort The Calling (their sixth overall and their first since 2011) both sincere and familiar.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 20, 2019
Following sold out engagements at 54 Below, The Triad NYC, United Solo Festival, Barrington Stage Company (Tony Award-winning William Finn's Cabaret Series) and a nationwide tour from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, the captivating Amy Oestreicher Presents PASSAGEWAYS: Songs of Connection, Abnormal & Sublime. An adventurous multimedia journey of original song, art, story and humor as an unexpected passageway through crisis to home, Passageways is written performed, composed, and with mixed media art created by Amy Oestreicher (Gutless and Grateful at 54 Below, RAINN & TEDx Talks) with musical direction and arrangements by Bob Goldstone and direction by Shellen Lubin. Performances of this new theatrical event will coincide with the launch of Amy Oestreicher's new book My Beautiful Detour (Singing Tree Publishing, 2019), and a talk-back and book-signing will be held after each performance. Three performances of Passageways will be staged at HERE, 145 6th Avenue in New York City from August 6-8, 2019.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 11, 2019
Judith Light, Gethin Anthony and Jay O. Sanders are set to star alongside Jack Huston, Cameron Britton and Carla Gugino in Season 2 of Spectrum Originals and Lionsgate's anthology series MANHUNT: LONE WOLF. Headshots are attached.
by Macon Prickett - Jul 27, 2018
Several new titles are headed to Amazon Prime this August! See below for a complete list!
by Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold - Jul 27, 2018
The very first number in the stage version of Saturday Night Fever is an ensemble piece, Stayin' Alive, which sets the tone for the raw, realistic musical drama which follows. 'This show gave us a little bit of an edge and by bookending it with Beauty and the Beast and Singin' in the Rain, which are sweet and a little sugary, this enabled us to do something a bit different - something with an edge, bite and grit,' says Maine State Music Theatre's Artistic Director Curt Dale Clark. Clark, together with cast members Jacob Tischler (Tony Manero), Alexandra Matteo (Stephanie Mangano), Christina Carlucci (Pauline), and Anthony J. Gasbarre III (Joey), are speaking to BWW's Carla Maria Verdino-Sullwold in the season's third Peek Behind the Curtain panel discussion at Curtis Memorial Library, devoted to the exploration of the company's current main stage production of Saturday Night Fever, playing on the Pickard stage until August 4.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jul 25, 2019
A quiet town finds itself under attack from the undead with the greatest zombie cast ever disassembled in the comedy, THE DEAD DON'T DIE, arriving on Digital on September 3, 2019 and on Blu-rayTM, DVD and On Demand on September 10, 2019 from Universal Pictures Home Entertainment. Showcasing exclusive bonus features not seen in theaters including insight from the cast and filmmakers, as well as a closer look at the making of the film that takes fans deeper into this “giddy apocalypse with no way out” (Richard Brody, The New Yorker). Starring Academy Award®† winner Bill Murray (Olive Kitteridge, Lost in Translation, Ghostbusters), Adam Driver (Star Wars Sequel Trilogy, BlacKkKlansman) and Chloë Sevigny (“The Act,” Boys Don't Cry), THE DEAD DON'T DIE is a “hilariously fun” (Adam Patterson, Film Pulse) and irreverent film unlike any you've seen before.
by Amy Oestreicher - Jul 2, 2020
As Broadway extends its shutdown, how do we move forward? Can we take risks of adventure that defy gravity, beat the odds and still bring us together? While listening to a recording of a?oeAn Evening with Sutton Foster - Live at the Café Carlylea?? recorded in 2011, I couldn't help but smile at the element of a?oedangera?? Foster used in her show. It's the exact element of danger and risk we need right now to keep musical theatre alive and vital.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 17, 2019
In something of a sequel to her acclaimed book The Art of the College Essay, her latest book UNSTUCK, out September 1, concentrates its focus on the critical, and often terrifying, juncture in which a writer comes face to face with a blank page.
by Julie Musbach - Jan 9, 2019
Celebrating the enduring stories and beloved characters that have charmed audiences across genres, the Broward Center for the Performing Arts and the Carbonell Award-winning Slow Burn Theatre Company have announced the 2019/2020 Slow Burn Theatre season in the Amaturo Theater.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 7, 2019
"I almost fell out of my chair!" cries Portland-based playwright Lindsay Partain, when she remembers the moment she learned that Autumn Buck, also a budding Portland playwright, was working on a new piece about lighthouse history. "It's cheesy, but it felt like destiny just tap-tap-tapping on my door."
by Delaney Rombough - Jan 30, 2019
Last week, Barry suggested that they try to wake up Grace to stop Cicada. They believe that somewhere deep down, Cicada has a heart. However, in order to wake up Grace, Team Flash has to go into her memories with the Memory Machine that Sherloque has been working on.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jan 3, 2019
The 5th Avenue Theatre has announced that Mickey Thomas, the lead singer of Starship (formerly Jefferson Starship), will star as Dennis in its sensational new production of Rock of Ages. Rock of Ages is the '80s rock ballad blast that features the music of Styx, Joan Jett, Twisted Sister, and more. With Mickey Thomas as lead vocalist, Starship produced hits including "We Built This City" (which appears in the production), "Nothing's Gonna Stop Us Now," and "Sara."
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 27, 2020
Enjoy Broadway in your backyard with the Maltz Jupiter Theatre's 2020/21 season! With just the ticket for everyone, the award-winning regional theatre's upcoming season will begin with I Hate Hamlet (October 25 - November 8), Paul Rudnick's hilarious comedy in which rising star Andrew Rally is visited by the ghost of a legendary actor who is determined to convince the young artist to pursue a life on the stage.
by Tori Hartshorn - Jan 18, 2019
Today, Australian pop singer-songwriter Quinn Lewis debuts “Hanging On”. The new single marks his first release since signing with Arista/Small Giant Records. “Hanging On” is accompanied by an official music video directed by Nick Leopold that showcases Quinn caught between fantasy vs. reality. Featuring a swamp-like atmosphere and a '70s-styled motel room submerged in water, the video quite literally finds Quinn stuck with no way out – which is what the song is all about.  WATCH HERE ​​​​​​​
by Stephi Wild - Jan 16, 2019
Artistic Director, Raymond Croce, says that he has chosen five very different shows for the fourteenth season at South Camden Theatre. All of his choices come from playwrights who tell their stories in a dramatically different fashion. One common characteristic for each production is that all of his play choices are told by just two characters.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 14, 2019
Following runs at Feinstein's/54 Below, Metropolitan Room, The Bijou Theatre, and Barrington Stage Company, performer, songwriter, playwright, and TEDx speaker Amy Oestreicher brings a premiere solo show to the Triad Theater. Passageways is an original song cycle with live music, and artwork projections, all created by the performer. Music, humor and art, interwoven with autobiographical narrative, as the creativity of the artist becomes an unexpected passageway through profound crisis. On passageways, there's no way in, no way out, only through. So why not laugh, dance and paint our way towards the light? Musical Direction and Arrangements by Bob Goldstone, and Direction by Shellen Lubin.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jan 10, 2020
The Word Alive — Telle Smith (vocals), Tony Pizzuti (guitar, vocals) Zack Hansen (guitar, vocals), and Matt Horn (drums) — have announced their new album MONOMANIA. The album, produced by Eric Ron (Panic! At The Disco, Godsmack), arrives February 21 on Fearless Records.
by Abigail Charpentier - Feb 7, 2020
Scorching basslines, soaring melodies and an endless stream of emotion. Ever since the beginning, the pillars of Trance music have stood tall and proud. Each stadium-quivering event or blazing radio show episode showed that few things come close to the magnitude of the genre, and that's exactly what Armin van Buuren set out to mirror with the official 'A State Of Trance 950' album, released today ahead of the upcoming, sold-out A State Of Trance 950 show in Utrecht, the Netherlands on February 15.
by Tori Hartshorn - Feb 28, 2019
Here's what is coming and going to Hulu for March!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Feb 27, 2020
American hardcore punk band, Rotting Out, have announced the release of their third full-length album, Ronin, which will be released on April 10, 2020 via Pure Noise Records. Today, the band has released a new single off of the forthcoming album, 'Unforgiven,' which is available to listen to here. This follows the release of their single, 'Reaper,' which was released last year, both of which will be featured on the album.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Feb 25, 2021
The Seeing Place Theater has announced Lynn Nottage's SWEAT, directed by Brandon Walker. SWEAT will have two live performances via Zoom on February 27 (7 pm EST) and February 28 (3 pm EST), and be available via streaming on YouTube February 28-March 3, 2021.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Feb 16, 2021
THE SEEING PLACE THEATER has announced Lynn Nottage’s SWEAT, directed by Brandon Walker. SWEAT will have two live performances via Zoom on February 27 (7 pm EST) and February 28 (3 pm EST), and be available via streaming on YouTube February 28-March 3, 2021. 
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 8, 2018
The Toronto International Film Festival® announced today that the World Premiere of Donnybrook, the powerful new film from Tim Sutton (Memphis, Dark Night) will be the opening film of the Festival's Platform programme. Starring Frank Grillo, Margaret Qualley, James Badge Dale and Jamie Bell, the film is Sutton's fourth directorial effort, most ambitious project to date, and his first title at the Festival.
by Tori Hartshorn - Aug 8, 2018
Stephen King & Joe Hill Novella IN THE TALL GRASS starts filming in Toronto for Netflix.  Patrick Wilson, Laysla De Oliveira and Harrison Gilbertson star in the film, directed by Vincenzo Natali.
by Julie Musbach - Aug 7, 2019
Following sold out engagements at 54 Below, The Triad NYC, United Solo Festival, Barrington Stage Company (Tony-Award winning William Finn's Cabaret Series) and a nationwide tour from Washington D.C. to Hawaii, the captivating Amy Oestreicher presents Passageways: Songs of Connection, Abnormal & Sublime.
by TV News Desk - Aug 7, 2018
In The Tall Grass is about to begin production in Toronto for Netflix, according to Deadline. The Vincenzo Natali-directed thriller Patrick Wilson, Laysla De Oliveira and Harrison Gilbertson.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Aug 6, 2019
Tesla brings its brand of blues and soul-filled rock to Mayo Performing Arts Center on Wednesday, September 11 at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $39-$79
by Shari Barrett - Aug 4, 2019
Christian Rodrigo first professional theater project was as an Assistant Director of John Malkovich in 2003 and 2004 when he directed the play Hysteria in Barcelona and Madrid. The Spanish actor, producer, director and member of The Actors' Gang credits include Snatch (Season 2), No Way Out, Wings and Stevie. Perhaps his most noteworthy artistic creation is The BRISK FESTIVAL, which he created in Los Angeles in 2018 as an international theater Festival that features short plays up to 10 min long, giving all involved the opportunity to experience what makes live theater so special, namely the human interaction between the players on stage and between actors and audience members.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 24, 2020
Tune in on Wednesday, Aug. 26 when co-hosts Holly Marie Combs, Lesley Fera and Nia Peeples break down Season 1, Episode 13 of fan-favorite TV series PRETTY LITTLE LIARS and interview special guest Torrey DeVitto on the Pretty Little Wine Moms 'rewatch' podcast.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 8, 2019
D.O.A. '1978' is a 21 track collection of unreleased demos, rare tracks, and early singles from Canada's punk pioneers. Joey Shithead Keithley went deep into the Sudden Death vault and came up with some super exciting and raw punk rock. 
by Michael Rabice - Apr 30, 2018
Seldom is there a musical where the question asked is not have whether you seen it, but rather how many times have you seen it. Andrew Lloyd Webber's 1988 blockbuster THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA is such a musical. Repeated viewings are commonplace in Western New York, with many having seen the original Toronto or New York production in addition to many of it's national tours.
by Tori Hartshorn - Apr 25, 2018
The ABC Television Network announces May sweeps programming, airing through May 23, including series finales of 'Once Upon a Time,' airing May 18; and 'The Middle,' which completes its nine-year run with a special one-hour episode on May 22.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Apr 19, 2019
Denver-based four-piece Flaural's debut LP, Postponement, is out today on Staycation Records. The album can be purchased now on vinyl at the Flaural Web Store and digitally via Bandcamp. Following a string of EPs — 2015's Thin King and 2016's Over Imaginary Cigarettes — and produced by James Barone (Beach House, Tennis), Flaural's Postponement developed over a trying three years for the experimental rock band. On March 27, 2017, frontman Collin Johnson's father passed away after a long struggle with ALS. The album's cover artwork serves as an homage to his death: an image resembling a clock with hands that read 3:27; and the album's first single, “The Thinker,” tells the story of his illness. “The Thinker” was originally written following his father's diagnosis, with Johnson singing, “Nobody likes when you're not well / Come up, come up, and feel better now.” The song's lyrics were reworked after he passed, adding the line, “Unanswered questions still haunt me.” The emotional track ends with a dark, hectic, instrumental frenzy of piercing baritone saxophone squeaks layered over sporadic, aggressive guitar and driving drums. “'The Thinker' definitely set a tone for the album in the sense of hardship and having no way out but just dealing with the way things are,” Johnson recalls. “Trying times have no grace and that manifested through the rest of album.”