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Morosco Theatre

(New York, NY)
217 West 45th Street
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by Paul W. Thompson - Sep 28, 2011
The latest in unauthorized gossip and buzz from the heart of Chicago's showtune video bars, and musical theater news from Chicago to Broadway. 'Pinkalicious' extends, 'Un-Type Cast' prepares, 'Xanadu' replaces 'Promises, Promises,' 'The Andrews Brothers' jukeboxes the night away, an 'Evita' with full orchestra and more....
by TV News Desk - Sep 24, 2015
The Film Society of Lincoln Center announced today the lineup for the popular FREE Film Society Talks series, NYFF Live, during the 53rd New York Film Festival, sponsored by HBO.
by Robert Encila-Celdran - Sep 19, 2018
George Bernard Shaw is believed to have given his stamp of approval on one of the theater's most famous acts of defiance. He called it 'the door slam heard around the world.'
by Herbert Paine - Sep 16, 2020
Arizona Theatre Company's serves up a savory serving of Wendy MacLeod's delicious comedy, SLOW FOOD. Featuring delightful performances by Daina Griffith, Joel Van Liew, and Brian Beacock.
by Herbert Paine - Sep 16, 2020
Wendy MacLeod's hilarious comedy, SLOW FOOD, is the latest in Arizona Theatre Companya's series of online digital play readings, this one co-directed by the company's Artistic and Associate Artistic Directors, Sean Daniels and Chanel Bragg. Featuring delightful performances by Daina Griffith, Joel Van Liew, Brian Beacock, this play is top of the menu!
by BWW News Desk - Sep 13, 2013
Fountain Hills Theater presents its 2013-14 seasons for its three venues, Mainstage, Mainstage Too and Youth Theater.
by Scott Rawson - Oct 5, 2016
There is a plethora of young girls in frilly dresses and tiaras here. They laugh and run. They giggle and blush. They are joyful and their parents beam with pride. There are also many tween and young teen females wandering around. They are in notably LESS frilly dresses, yet they too, giggle and blush This is Cinderella.
by Herbert Paine - Oct 29, 2018
Four exceptional troupers are breathing fire into Yasmina Reza's incisive tragicomedy about human nature, social class, and, more specifically, personkind's proclivity to violence. GOD OF CARNAGE, winner of the 2009 Tony Award for Best Play, is a no holds barred unmasking of the subterranean impulses and suppressed tensions of what otherwise appear to be very normal, nice, and balanced folks. And, it is riotously funny. Rarely produced, this wildly physical and explosive drama, directed with precision and sensitivity by Richard Hardt, is getting the royal treatment it deserves at Ghostlight Theatre. Runs through November 4th.
by Herbert Paine - Oct 24, 2016
William Partlan's craftsmanship and reverential interpretation of Arthur Miller's THE PRICE, now featured at Theatre Artists Studio, makes for a compelling and emotionally taut experience. He has guided his top flight cast through the depths and layers of Miller's architecture, opening one door of perception after another until truth stands naked at the exit, backed by the haunting laughter of irony.
by Tyler Peterson - Oct 2, 2012
It's time, once again, dear reader, to give the boot to another All-Star. But don't flash those jazz hands too hard quite yet - there are still months to go until the finale. Tonight's somewhat of a shocker elimination episode featured a whole lot of the old, including performances from last season's Katherine Jenkins, as well as Placido Domingo (guess I wasn't cool enough to know who that was before tonight), and Cher Llyod. But also some new.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 25, 2011
Stoneham Theatre presents The Nutcracker, written by The House Theatre of Chicago; directed by Caitlin Lowans and choreographed by Ceit Zweil; with book by Phillip Klapperich and Jake Minton; music by Kevin O'Donnell; lyrics by Jake Minton; based on the story by E.T.A. Hoffman.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 16, 2019
The Good Liar is a 2019 American crime thriller film directed and produced by Bill Condon and written by Jeffrey Hatcher, based on the novel of the same name by Nicholas Searle. It stars Ian McKellen as a career con-artist who meets a wealthy widow (Helen Mirren) online, and begins to plan how to steal her fortune.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2011
Stoneham Theatre presents The Nutcracker, written by The House Theatre of Chicago; directed by Caitlin Lowans and choreographed by Ceit Zweil; with book by Phillip Klapperich and Jake Minton; music by Kevin O'Donnell; lyrics by Jake Minton; based on the story by E.T.A. Hoffman.
by Frank Benge - May 9, 2016
Anytime you see a tour of a Broadway show, the talent happening right before your eyes is just the tip of the Broadway iceberg. Lurking behind the scenes is a whole crew of insanely gifted folks who also contribute to the spectacle on stage. One of those people is Paula Gilbert, who works here in Austin as a dresser for tours that come to Austin. They are called quick changes for a reason. At most touring shows, there's a crew of dressers running around backstage with a needle and thread in their pockets for last-minute repairs and safety pins clipped to their sleeves. There are ensemble dressers, who attend to a large group of people, holding up pants while chorus members step into them and swiftly shoving shoes onto feet. Then there are star dressers, who only focus on a leading player. We talked to Paula to find out what she does, why she loves it and how she keeps calm and collected when things go seriously wrong.
by Tyler Peterson - May 8, 2014
The Bechdel Funeral Home may soon be setting up shop on Broadway.
by BWW News Desk - May 15, 2013
Fountain Hills Theater presents its 2013-14 seasons for its three venues, Mainstage, Mainstage Too and Youth Theater.
by Derek McCracken - May 1, 2019
Playwright Penny Jackson packs generations of family drama into this one-act 90-minute "jukebox" play, which has some memorable moments, lots of laughs, but an all-too-familiar feel where love, loss and liquor seep into every scene of Irish turmoil.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 5, 2014
First came the Seven Wonders of the World. Now guests can experience the Seven Wonders of Oregon by traveling with a Pacific Northwest active travel company, Bicycle Adventures www.bicycleadventures.com that guides two-wheel tours in North America, Hawaii and New Zealand.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2017
The Mikado,  the world famous two-act operetta by Sir William Schwenk Gilbert and Sir Arthur Sullivan, will be performed at The Adobe Theater April 20th - May 14th, 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 30, 2019
THE CONSERVATIVE EMPIRE STRIKES BACK! #DANCINGTOTHEWHITEHOUSE - NEW GRAPHIC NOVEL SERIES ABOUT ALEXANDRIA OCASIO-CORTEZ 2020 PRESIDENTIAL CAMPAIGN, PREMIERES ON AMAZON
by BWW News Desk - Mar 25, 2014
The production stars James M. Armstrong (Member of the Workshop Theater), Heather Cunningham (The Runner Stumbles/Off Broadway), Shaun Bennet Fauntleroy (Advance Man/Gideon Productions), Laura Killeen (Sweeney Todd/London), Daryl Lathon (Volume of Smoke/Playwright Clay McLeod Chapman), Elise Rovinsky (Women and War/Bleecker Street Theater), Ben Schnickel (Billy Witch/Astoria Performing Arts Center) and Ric Sechrest (The Desk Set/Spoon Theatre).
by Scott Moreau - Jun 27, 2013
The annals of music theatre are dotted with plenty of amazing and award winning shows. Shows that have become classics, and part of the 'Golden Age' of music theatre. Thoroughly Modern Millie may be a recent Broadway hit, but this masterpiece deserves it's place alongside the classics of American musical theatre, and the cast of Millie at the Ogunquit Playhouse deserves more than a mere footnote in this show's history.
by TV News Desk - Jun 27, 2013
Veteran college football analyst Kirk Herbstreit will remain with ESPN through 2022. The two-time Sports Emmy Award-winner for Best Studio Analyst (2010 & 2011) will continue to call ABC's Saturday Night Football package
by BWW News Desk - Jun 23, 2017
South Coast Repertory's Summer Players will present the award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods on the Julianne Argyros stage, directed by Hisa Takakuwa, with musical direction by Erin McNally. Performances by SCR's Theatre Conservatory students run Aug. 12-20; tickets are on sale now at www.scr.org. 
by Peter Nason - Jun 23, 2014
What do you do when a production is first rate, when everyone onstage is absolutely stellar, but the forced camp of the script grounds the entire enterprise?
by BWW News Desk - Jun 14, 2017
Casting has been announced for THE SUMMONING at the SheNYC Summer Theater Festival. The new play by Charlotte Ahlin will run at the Connelly Theater this July.
by Peter Nason - Jun 13, 2015
Great cast and amazing vocals from the fine folks at Mad Theatre; too bad the script and the score are not worthy of their talent.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 11, 2018
Pain at the pump may have many would-be road warriors second guessing travel plans this summer, but not so fast says Discover Lehigh Valley, the destination marketing organization dedicated to promoting tourism in Pennsylvania's Lehigh and Northampton counties. Many fun adventures await in Lehigh Valley and they're all just a single tank (or less) drive away for tourists living in the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. Whether travelers are looking to beat the heat, fly through the sky on adrenaline-pumping roller coasters, rock out at the nation's largest free outdoor music festival, indulge in the area's finest local seasonal dishes, or simply enjoy a crisp, chilled wine overlooking the bucolic countryside, Lehigh Valley is one pit-stop must on the summer travel list.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 8, 2013
Always striving to welcome guests with a warm and inviting atmosphere that fits their travel needs, one of the prominent hotels in downtown Riverside, CA is set to begin renovation of its lobby, dining area, and meeting space to reflect the new Courtyard Refreshing Business Concept. The renovated areas will provide comfortable surroundings for gathering with friends, family and associates.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 14, 2017
Casting has been announced for THE SUMMONING at the SheNYC Summer Theater Festival. The new play by Charlotte Ahlin will run at the Connelly Theater this July.
by Roy Berko - Jul 14, 2014
On a November Saturday afternoon in 2007, I anxiously entered the Hilton Theatre in New York. I love exaggerated, well-conceived and performed farce. I was going to see 'Young Frankenstein' by the king of farce and parody, Mel Brooks. Yes, 'Young Frankenstein,' officially known as 'The New Mel Brooks Young Frankenstein,' was the Broadway follow-up to 'The Producers,' by the comedy madman and his writing sidekick, Thomas Meehan.
by TV News Desk - Jan 5, 2021
Danny Kroha, founding member of Detroit minimal garage rock trio The Gories, is excited to announce his sophomore solo album Detroit Blues, due February 5, 2021 via Third Man Records
by Joanna Barouch - Feb 6, 2018
An Orpheus concert can always be counted on to be a rich, exciting experience for the audience. The February 3rd 2018 concert was certainly no exception.
by Barnett Serchuk - Feb 22, 2017
When Aurora makes her first appearance in SLEEPING BEAUTY, the audience usually sits up-there's a murmur, an anticipation. THE STAR is here, and she's in charge for the next two hours. And THE STAR had better be ready. The audience is watching her every move, not to mention her every mishap.
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2015
Below, check out QUOTABLES FROM 'THE TONIGHT SHOW STARRING JIMMY FALLON' February 9-13:
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2017
Kenneth Moulton, a retired Los Angeles County Sheriff's Deputy, has completed his new book 'The Fastest Fox in the Forest': a gripping and potent story of a little red fox as he comes to understand the value of being resourceful and adapting to new circumstances.
by Misha Davenport - Dec 9, 2014
Barry comes face to face with the man who killed his mom on tonight's mid-season finale, 'The Man in the Yellow Suit.' Let's get you up to speed!
by BWW News Desk - Dec 5, 2013
Troy smith, author of, 'How to Play Poker,' begins his book by introducing his readers to the concept of the poker face. He says, 'You have heard of the phrase 'poker face'; the term refers to a person with an inscrutable expression. You can't tell what his or her real expression is.' He continues, 'The game of poker is as much a matter of luck as it is of skill - the skill of betraying your real emotions when holding your cards.' This skill of hiding one's emotions is important in any game of poker because the trick is not to reveal the hand one was dealt. Having a good poker face, can help one bluff their way through the game. Amazon is re-launching this book.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 23, 2019
Mired in decadence and shrouded in subtlety, French court culture found no better expression than the intimate, sensual, and seductively nuanced Air de Cour. Yet, at the apex of the Ancien Régime, Bon-Goût tangles with Sprezzatura, as a Mazarin Italian import and Tuscan peasant's son becomes 'Surintendant de la Musique du Roi.' The monumental Tragédie Lyrique and the Comédie-Ballet of Jean Baptiste Lully, né Giovanni Battista Lulli, gradually eclipse the Air de Cour, as a glittering age hungry for spectacle swiftly hurdles towards its end.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 18, 2020
Penguin Rep Theatre today announced that the Stony Point-based professional theatre will present a special online benefit reading of Lucas Hnath's A DOLL'S HOUSE, PART 2 starring Ann Dowd, Emmy Award-winning actress, and directed by founding artistic director Joe Brancato.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 3, 2017
South Coast Repertory lays out the performance schedule for South Coast Repertory for the four-month period of August-November 2017.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 20, 2019
Da Vinci Art Alliance in Philadelphia is proud to announce two October exhibitions that will be presented at DVAA's gallery, located at 704 Catherine Street. Temple of Sirius and Not-So-Fast Last Judgment will be on display from October 6 through October 27, 2019.
by Paula Makar - Aug 13, 2018
I had the pleasure of seeing The Little Mermaid in the MTW 2011 Season, so I was really looking forward to seeing it again this season. I must say, it did not disappoint. With all the brilliant singing, colorful costumes and sets, and spritely choreography, The Little Mermaid is a perfect season finale!
by BWW News Desk - Aug 12, 2017
South Coast Repertory's Summer Players will present the award-winning Stephen Sondheim musical Into the Woods on the Julianne Argyros stage, directed by Hisa Takakuwa, with musical direction by Erin McNally. Performances by SCR's Theatre Conservatory students run Aug. 12-20; tickets are on sale now at www.scr.org. 
by TV News Desk - Apr 8, 2015
NBC UNIVERSO, the modern general entertainment cable channel for Latinos, today announced that the second stop of the NASCAR Mexico Series is a return home to San Luis Potosí, Mexico for the Potosino 200, and will air live on NBC UNIVERSO this Sunday, April 12 beginning at 3:00 PM ET / 12:00 PM PT.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 28, 2014
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by Barnett Serchuk - Apr 25, 2013
Being a student of history is enlightening. You can learn about so many new things that may, or may not, be of interest .I felt that way about Esmeralda. I've heard about it. I know there's an Esmeralda variation that's sometimes done at competitions. But it's gone beneath my radar. So, with a great deal of trepidation, I went to see the Ballet in Cinema from Emerging Pictures film on April 22. After watching the performance, transmitted from the Bolshoi Ballet, in what is billed as a new production, I can understand the reason for the ballet's infrequent showings.