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Winner of eight 2012 Tony Awards including BEST MUSICAL, ONCE is a truly original Broadway experience. Featuring an impressive ensemble of actor/musicians who play their own instruments onstage, ONCE tells the enchanting tale of a Dublin street musician who's about to give up on his dream when a beautiful young woman takes a sudden interest in his haunting love songs. As the chemistry between them grows, his music soars to powerful new heights... but their unlikely connection turns out to be deeper and more complex than your everyday romance. Emotionally captivating and theatrically breathtaking, ONCE draws you in from the very first note and never lets go. It's an unforgettable story about going for your dreams and the power of music to connect us all.

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Denver Center for the Performing Arts [Ellie Caulkins Opera House]

(Denver, CO)
Speer & Arapahoe
Denver, CO 80204
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by BWW News Desk - Feb 18, 2020
New Diorama Theatre has announced the programme for Brits Off Broadway this spring, hosting the finest Off West End theatre on American soil. This festival is co-curated with New York's 59E59 and takes place at the Drama Desk Award-winning Midtown theatre from Tuesday 14 April to Sunday 28 June.
by E.H. Reiter - Feb 17, 2020
If you were a god who specialized in green and growing things and wanted to try to save the planet, New Jersey aka a?oeThe Garden Statea?? may seem like the natural place to start. In HURRICANE DIANE, the new comedy by playwright Madeleine George, playing at the Old Globe proves that while Jersey may have that nickname it's not a bed of roses.
by Neil Shurley - Feb 17, 2020
HEDWIG is about East German born Hansel Schmidt who becomes Hedwig Robinson, the rock 'n roll goddess and 'internationally ignored song stylist.' Hedwig tells her story over the course of this rock/cabaret/stand-up comedy show - from a childhood on the other side of the Berlin Wall, to a botched sex-change operation, abandonment, betrayal, and the search for love and wholeness. It is heartbreaking, hilarious, and will make you want to headbang!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Teatro Paraguas will welcome back one of their favorite and most prolific Flamenco groups, Compañía Chuscales & Mina Fajardo. Mina Fajardo & Chuscales are award winning artists and musical composers, whose shows are always original and exciting.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
David Clewell, Missouri's poet laureate from 2010-2012, author of 10 collections of poetry and more than 50 other works that appeared in various publications, and a long-time professor of literature at Webster University, passed away early Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, his relatives confirmed. He was 65.
by Harker Jones - Feb 17, 2020
Florian Zeller's brilliant play THE FATHER plumbs the ideas of memory and self, starting off light-hearted and slowly, piece by piece, descending into a harrowing and devastating freefall.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
A dynamic love story between the fearless Italian journalist Oriana Fallaci and the Greek freedom-fighter Alexander Panagoulis is dramatized in the new play, SHOW ME A HERO, scheduled to run February 23 - March 29, 2020 at Write Act Rep' Brickhouse Theatre in North Hollywood. Written by Willard Manus, the production will be helmed by Daniel E. Keough.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Rising stars playwright korde arrington tuttle and director Danya Taymor reunite for the world premiere production of graveyard shift, following its appearance as a developmental production in the Goodman's 2018 New Stages Festival. Featuring an ensemble cast of five, graveyard shift is an unflinching but open-hearted look at how we navigate a world full of fear, loosely inspired by the legacy of Sandra Bland. Casting note: Debo Balogun replaces previously announced actor Kyle Vincent Terry, who has left the production. 
by Stage Tube - Feb 17, 2020
Watch Jane Levy, Skylar Astin, Lauren Graham, Alex Newell, Peter Gallagher, Mary Steenburgen, John Clarence Stewart and more try to guess famous NBC show theme songs.
by Andrew White - Feb 17, 2020
With the mayhem, warfare and epic egos of Henry the Fourth, Part 1 well under their belts, Brave Spirits Theatre now turns its talents towards one of the more challenging history plays in Shakespeare's canon, Henry the Fourth, Part 2. Director Charlene V. Smith continues to find new gems here among the many performers, and there are some moments that truly shine here.
by Zac Thriffiley - Feb 17, 2020
Circle Theatre's ONE MAN, TWO GUVNORS isa?'with all its chaos and decadencea?'a welcome relief from the tumult of our own hectic lives while also managing to introduce audiences to some of the incredible talent that help make up our community.
by Juliana Asbill - Feb 17, 2020
“Are you blind when you're born? Can you see in the dark?” According to iconic lyrics by Richard Stilgoe for one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's hit shows, Jellicles are and Jellicle do! The national tour of the megamusical phenomenon, Cats, stopped at Thalia Mara Hall in Jackson, Mississippi as a part of the Broadway in Jackson series presented by Trustmark on February 13th and 14th to show audience members exactly what the lives of Jellicle cats look like, specifically on the night of the all-important Jellicle Ball.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
It's a provincial holiday on P.E.I. today and to celebrate, Confederation Centre of the Arts is offering a special 'Islander Day' sale for Charlottetown Festival tickets. Artistic Director Adam Brazier has also announced the casting of four of the lead roles in Anne of Green Gablesa?"The Musical.
by Stage Tube - Feb 17, 2020
Redhouse Arts Center continues its 2020 portion of its season with William Shakespeare's most famous play, Romeo and Juliet. New York based Director Melissa Rain Anderson will make her Redhouse debut after directing The Wolves at Syracuse Stage and La Cage Aux Folles at the Geva Center in Rochester, NY. She is a long time director for Geva having helmed the acclaimed productions of Spamalot, Hair and In The Heights.
by Stage Tube - Feb 17, 2020
Pasadena Playhouse presents The Father, written by Florian Zeller, translated by Christopher Hampton and directed by Jessica Kubzansky, February 5 to March 1, 2020.
by Review Roundups - Feb 17, 2020
Mason Alexander Park stars as Charlotte von Mahlsdorf, the singular performer in I Am My Own Wife at Long Wharf Theatre, and will embody over 30 characters over the course of each performance.
by West of Broadway - Feb 17, 2020
It's curtains up on a very special episode of West of Broadway, a celebration of musical theatre on the West Coast! with theatre veteran Will Armstrong and introducing West of Broadway's new co-host Broadway Veteran and all-around wonderful human Wendy Rosoff.
by TV Scoop - Feb 17, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of 9-1-1: LONE STAR , airing on FOX on Monday, February 24, 2020!
by TV News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Organisers of the successful Deva Fest in Chester have announced the three-day event will return for Summer 2020 – and have revealed a hat-trick of headline acts.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Firehouse Theatre has announced the cast, creative team, and performance schedule for its world premiere production of K. Jenkins' new play A SINGLE PRAYER.
by Natasha Ashley - Feb 17, 2020
Redhouse's production of William Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet appropriately opened on Valentine's Day under the fresh direction of Melissa Rain Anderson. The romantic tale of a forbidden love comes to life with a fresh take on the characters, time period, and costumes. The result is intriguing and captivating.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Cover your ears, because Zachariah Hickman has the perfect way to celebrate leap year... using every swear word you can think of! Hickman has assembled a band to celebrate the big day with a concert so filthy it would make a sailor cry. Hickman and his cast of co-conspirators will present an evening dedicated to the finest songs that feature cursing. Hickman's 'Beep Year Show is an adults only show on Saturday, February 29th at Club Passim in Cambridge. Tickets are on sale now at Passim.org.
by Mary Lincer - Feb 17, 2020
By 1939. the Depression had begun to wane, but Dorothy still took a road trip to Oz to find out that there's no place like home. John Steinbeck published The Grapes of Wrath that year; the Joad family also had to leave their Oklahoma home and hit the road because the Dust Bowl was no Miss Gulch nor a dream they'd wake up from. Steinbeck called the road they took, Route 66, the Mother Road which has given Octavio Solis his title for Arena's current production through March 8.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Redhouse Arts Center continues its 2020 portion of its season with William Shakespeare's most famous play, Romeo and Juliet. 
by Drew Eberhard - Feb 17, 2020
The time is 2008, the place Detroit...this and more sets the stage for a hard hitting, knockout Tour de Force that chills you to the bone. Dominique Morisseau's Skeleton Crew is a searing, eye opening look into the workforce division between blue-collar and white-collar and what might happen when the division of power crosses the line. I think director L. Peter Callender sums it up best in his director's notes by saying, 'Dominique Morisseau's 'Detroit Project' plays: DETROIT '67, PARADISE BLUE, and SKELETON CREW, not unlike August Wilson's 'Century Cycle' or Shakespeare's History plays, offer a sharply focused, raw, sometimes harsh, always heart-wrenching, beautifully penned look at the rigors of survival when driven souls must make high stakes, life or death choices. Dreams, hope, despair, mystery and secrets all fill the hearts and minds of her characters in the poetic and humorous Skeleton Crew.' The tight knit ensemble of four of the finest actors to hit the stage in some time do Morisseau's words justice and do so with gusto. From the moment the music is heard, to the first words spoke you are gripping on every breathtaking moment in this top-notch performance, that left you winded and exaspirated in all the best ways possible. The chill left down my spine from this show still lingers even days later.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Artistic Director, Hunter Foster has announced Redhouse Arts Center's 2020-21 Main Stage Season featuring several Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award winning productions that are sure to delight audiences of all ages. With every production this season, Redhouse will utilize its versatile theatre space to treat audiences to a thrilling theatre experience. 'We found our audiences really loved the intimacy of our productions, as they did with our musical, Rent', stated Foster. 'Having the actors so close to the audience really elevated the story's emotional level. No other theatre in Central New York gives such an immersive experience to an audience the way Redhouse can, and we want to continue experimenting with our spaces for the 20/21 season', he concluded. Building on this year's success, Redhouse will offer five Main Stage shows with some productions offering an extended three week run.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
Creative Cauldron presents its first production of 2020, Crowns, February 13 - March 8, written by Regina Taylor and adapted from the book by Michael Cunningham and Craig Mayberry. When a Brooklyn teen goes to live in South Carolina after the death of her brother she learns the beauty, ceremony and symbolism of hat-wearing from her resilient, southern sisters. This musical draws from the roots of gospel music and traditions of greater African-American Diaspora to weave an inter-generational story of love, joy, and redemption.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 17, 2020
On February 29, 2016, The Late-Night Leap Day Bonanza took Feinstein's/54 Below by storm in a show that lives on vividly in the memories of all were there.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
The Milburn Stone Theatre at Cecil College is ready to present the longest running American show on Broadway, Chicago, for the first time in its twenty-eight-year history. Chicago was originally written as a play in 1926 by Chicago tribune courthouse reporter, Maurine Dallas Watkins. Chicago was famously turned into a Broadway musical by John Kander and Fred Ebb and directed and choregraphed by Bob Fosse. Chicago was the winner of the 1997 Tony Award for Best Revival of a Musical. The 2002 film adaptation went on to win six academy awards including “Best Supporting Actress” and “Best Picture.”
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
The Shakespeare Project of Chicago continues its 25th Theatrical Reading Season with free performances of Shakespeare's romantic tragedy ROMEO AND JULIET, running Feb. 21-27, 2020, at eight Chicago-area venues.
by Stephen Mosher - Feb 16, 2020
Singer-songwriter Ben Moss has been on the scene for a while... But this is definitely his moment. Let's all watch him rise.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
David Clewell, Missouri's poet laureate from 2010-2012, author of 10 collections of poetry and more than 50 other works that appeared in various publications, and a long-time professor of literature at Webster University, passed away early Saturday, Feb. 15, 2020, his relatives confirmed. He was 65.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
David Byrne's American Utopia is headed back to Broadway this fall!
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
As it approaches its much-anticipated Australian premiere in Sydney in July, Frozen is thrilled to announce the two exceptional performers that have been cast in the lead roles of Elsa and Anna.
by Karen Bovard - Feb 16, 2020
SUPERMAN BECOMES LOIS LANE is an autobiographical play, tracing the transgender transition of a Saint Paul politician. Fledgling playwright Susan Kimberley was once an investment banker, a lobbyist, and chair of the Saint Paul City Council in her earlier identity as Bob Sylvester. (She also served on the board of the History Theatre for a decade.) Bouncing around a bit in time, she shares the winding and sometimes bumpy course of her courageous journey to live a life consonant with her inner identity.
by Adrienne Proctor - Feb 16, 2020
Hedwig: Inch by Angry Inch is a bi-monthly(ish) podcast that breaks down the Critierion Collection Blu-Ray of HEDWIG AND THE ANGRY INCH, John Cameron Mitchell and Stephen Trask's hit punk rock musical turned 2001 sleeper hit of a movie. Jonfen Parker hosts the podcast and their exclusive interview can be found here.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
The Sydney Opera House today announced a new season of UnWrapped, a bi-annual celebration of diverse, boundary-pushing works from some of Australia's most admired independent contemporary performance-makers, selected from critically acclaimed debut seasons.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 16, 2020
Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream is coming to Australia for a Winter escape in 2020! This all new show is a dream come true for Australian families, presenting a vision of magic, fun, excitement, adventure and friendship that is sure to delight the entire family! Opening in Pert on the 12th June, the show will tour Adelaide, Brisbane, Melbourne, Newcastle, Sydney and close in Hobart on the 26th July. General public tickets are on-sale from 9am Wednesday 19th February.
by Cindy Marcolina - Feb 15, 2020
The Paper Birds tackle all the important stuff and then some in their groundbreaking and format defying Ask Me Anything. After asking teenagers all around the countries to send them their problems and questions as if they were agony aunts, they noticed that, generally, their letters were falling into broader categories with some other thorny topics in the mix. The result is a moving, open, and honest project about the legitimate issues of today's youth.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2020
Coronado Playhouse Presents MOON OVER BUFFALO, the hilarious farce by comic genius Ken Ludwig (Lend Me A Tenor) the master of old-fashioned slapstick comedy. With a plethora of pratfalls, slamming doors aplenty, and backstage shenanigans, Ken Ludwig's masterpiece is a fast-paced, hilarious screwball comedy in the old tradition, a throwback farce, a valentine to the stage, and the larger-than-life personalities that inhabit the world of the theatre.
by Alan Portner - Feb 15, 2020
It doesn't much matter whether you happen to be Lutheran, Catholic, another flavor of Protestant, Jewish, or Muslim. All places of worship surely have CHURCH BASEMENT LADIES like these.
by Jim Munson - Feb 15, 2020
'In my younger and more vulnerable years my father gave me some advice that I've been turning over in my mind ever since. Whenever you feel like criticizing anyone, he told me, just remember that all the people in this world haven't had the advantages that you've had.' Thus famously begins both F. Scott Fitzgerald's novel 'The Great Gatsby' and its stage incarnation 'Gatz' in the Elevator Repair Service (ERS) production currently running at Berkeley Repertory Theatre. Wait, you mean Fitzgerald was addressing the notion of privilege way back in 1925? Yes, indeedy! In fact, so much of his novel resonates so deeply with our current state that it's a perfect time to revisit this classic. Which is exactly and literally what ERS is doing here. The text of 'Gatz' consists of every word in the novel and nothing more. So, yes, that means you're in for roughly six hours (plus 2 intermissions and a welcome dinner break) of Fitzgeraldian theatrical experience. If those last two sentences intrigue you at all, I highly recommend you take the ride.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 15, 2020
Josh Groban kicked off his residency at Radio City Music Hall last night with a sold-out performance of Josh Groban's Great Big Radio City Show. The show included multiple surprise special guest stars and performers from New York City and the world premiere of a brand-new song, “Empty Sky,” performed by Groban to close out the evening.
by Stage Tube - Feb 14, 2020
James asks Patrick Stewart about his professional ambitions before pursuing the stage in full, and Patrick recalls when he was 15-years-old and got a job writing for a weekly community newspaper. It's a job he didn't keep too long, as he took quite a few liberties when it came to actually reporting the news.
by Stage Tube - Feb 14, 2020
James Corden and his guest June Diane Raphael have children the same age, so James takes the opportunity to ask her for some tips on how to keep them busy around Los Angeles, and June tells him where not to go: an amusement park, where she recently purchased two fart guns for her children. And James explains the one silver lining of fart guns in the home.
by BWW News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Velocity Dance Center announces its 2020 Season with some exciting new artist programs, an all-star line-up for our summer festivals, and more. See full details below.
by TV News Desk - Feb 14, 2020
Radar Pictures has secured the rights to Karn Evil 9, the futuristic rock song from Emerson, Lake & Palmer, to develop as a science fiction film. New York Times best-selling author Daniel H. Wilson is writing the script, centered on a society that has drained all its blood with a dependence on technology. Michael Napoliello and Maria Frisk will produce for Radar. The project is being developed with the full cooperation of ELP and its management.
by Andrea Stephenson - Feb 14, 2020
The romantic comedy Grumpy Old Men first came to life as a film in 1993 starring Jack Lemon, Walter Matthau, and Ann-Margret. With book by Dan Remmes, music by Neil Berg, and lyrics by Nick Meglin, Grumpy Old Men was adapted to the stage as a musical described by critics as 'unconventional but sincerely sweet' (Leo Buck at buckingtrends.me). Dutch Apple Dinner Theatre takes on this delightful story of friendship and love February 20-March 28. Miranda Jane plays the role of Ariel, Max and John's beautiful and eccentric neighbor.