Skip to main content Skip to footer site map

Out There - 1917 - Broadway

Schedule

Globe Theatre

(New York, NY)
205 W. 46th St.
pixeltracker
Category:
by Kathleen Anwar - Jul 30, 2021
Why Dogs Don't Talk playfully turns the expression- and assumption- 'Man's Best Friend' on its head.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 30, 2021
Check out this week's top ten TikToks, featuring Darren Criss, Ben Platt, Kathryn Gallagher and many more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 30, 2021
Brilliantly harnessing an all too relatable sentiment, emerging dark-pop artist Dani Felt is not sorry about her upcoming hit 'Unapologetic'. A fearless response to social expectations, Dani captures the frustrations that come with having to present ourselves in a way that makes other people comfortable.
by TV News Desk - Jul 29, 2021
With a six-part season announced for the fall, and two specials already planned for 2022, BBC One has now asked for an additional final feature length adventure for the Thirteenth Doctor, to form a trio of specials for 2022, before the Doctor regenerates once more. 
by Student Blogger:Sydney Van de Putte - Jul 28, 2021
I always loved writing so when I researched and looked into schools that had good writing programs. In the end, I went with Eugene Lang at The New School in New York City. The thing is that I never lost my love for theatre, but I just couldn't see myself spending all of my time, energy, and money doing it. I was scared that something that brought me so much joy and comfort would become something that I would begin to hate.
by TV News Desk - Jul 28, 2021
The new song, 'All I Need', is another fine example of the empowering and thought-provoking bangers that Typhoid Rosie specializes in.
by TV News Desk - Jul 28, 2021
Inspired by David Letterman’s beloved segment “Stupid Pet Tricks,” the new comedy series will retain all the original charm, silly fun, and appreciation for the often-absurd bond between humans and their animal friends, with comedy legend and host Sarah Silverman infusing it with a quirky vibe. 
by Student Blogger: Erika Spondike - Jul 28, 2021
My vision became spotty and fuzzy. My hearing was starting to fade. I pushed through for another minute, but I knew I was going down. I managed to walk out of class and got to a bench in the lobby before the woman at the front desk ran over to me to see what was wrong. I was conscious for most of the interaction. She said I was out for about ten seconds and she caught me before I even had the chance to fall.
by Student Blogger: Alexandra Curnyn - Jul 27, 2021
If you're in the same boat as me - you love to dance, but it's not your strongest suit - don't worry! Not only can you find roles and shows that play to your strengths in acting and/or singing, but you also can always improve your skills.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 27, 2021
Dan Partridge will be reprising the role of Danny, having played the role on the UK and Ireland tour in 2019. Georgia Louise will play Sandy, with Paul French as Kenickie and Tendai Rinomhota as Rizzo. They are joined by Alex Christian as Doody, Josh Barnett as Roger, Inez Budd as Marty, Maeve Byrne as Jan, Marianna Neofitou as Frenchy, Corinna Powlesland as Miss Lynch and Cristian Zaccarini as Sonny.
by Student Blogger: Olympia Prodafikas - Jul 27, 2021
In this profession, we normally think of vocal care and rest as the number one priority. While it is high up on the list so is taking care of our brain and mental state. This is a tough business with many rejections and heartbreaks. I'm sure most of the advice you've heard is 'suck it up and build up thick skin'. This is true to an extent.
by TV News Desk - Jul 27, 2021
Born in Los Angeles, Davionte “GaTa” Ganter began making a name for himself as a hype man for artists including Tyga and Lil Dicky and a rapper on tracks like Lil Wayne’s “Stacks on Deck” and Tyga’s “Exquisite,” while nurturing his own artistic pursuits on the side.
by Robert Encila-Celdran - Jul 27, 2021
Our first three shows, coming back, are all very charming, just laugh-out-loud good nights in the theatre. I always believe that theatre is a place for society to kind of wrestle with feelings and come up with new ideas about how we can heal and change. It's also sometimes just a great night out. There's nothing wrong with going and laughing -- and I think coming out of the pandemic, that is what we're gonna want.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2021
On July 31, 2021, Los Angeles based publishing company Launch Pad Publishing is celebrating the release of 'Something Better's Brewing: What I Learned From Prison, Parenthood and Pouring Coffee' - the debut memoir from Sarah Birnel.
by Ricky Pope - Jul 27, 2021
New York nightlife is making a slow and steady return to the City that Never Sleeps. One of the city's most famous jazz institutions, Birdland is making a long-anticipated return to live performances next week with one of New York's most elegant and beloved piano men, Billy Stritch. Birdland has been Stritch's artistic home base for nearly two decades. He has played for some of the biggest names in show business and has been a staple of Monday nights at Jim Caruso's CAST PARTY.
by Student Blogger: Paige Rosko - Jul 26, 2021
There are certain elements that every production of theatre must have to make it theatre. The necessary elements do change with each persons opinions, but I pulled out what I believe are the most basic elements of theatre: performers, audience members, a director/crew, a theater space, design aspects, and a script. I personally believe that not all theatre performances have to have every single one of these in the traditional aspect, but most performances do. The Olympics also have every one of these elements in some shape or form.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 26, 2021
The tour kicks off on September 1 in Kansas City and runs through September 25 in Mankato, Minnesota. The tour resumes on November 4 in Milwaukee before wrapping November 21 in Pittsburgh. All dates are below.
by Stephen Sorokoff - Jul 25, 2021
Whatever theme Nicole chooses to explore in concert or  cabaret appearance, the secret sauce is the expertise of Ms. Henry, one of the most exciting singers out there today.  
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 23, 2021
Check out this week's top ten TikToks, featuring Kristin Chenoweth, Mandy Patinkin, Leslie Grace and more!
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 23, 2021
The singer-songwriter with the voice of gold debuts her first solo show in New York twice in one weekend, starting tonight... and she has a lot to say with the music she has chosen to introduce herself to the city. And it's all beautiful.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 22, 2021
Is anyone out there? Is anyone listening? Are we alone? In 1977, NASA launched the twin Voyager spacecrafts to try and answer these questions. Aboard both is The Golden Record, an artifact intended to communicate who and what we are. After 43 years and over 13 billion miles, this proverbial message in a bottle is the farthest human-made object from earth.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 21, 2021
Melbourne based New Zealand composer/lyricist Luke Di Somma has released his debut album - SONGS FOR MY FRIENDS.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 20, 2021
Early in her career Deborah Stone used her body as a dancer in demand and left her voice to its own devices. Now, the singing actress from The Snarks has found that her voice works just as well when set to music as it does when reciting dialogue, and the cabaret community has taken to that voice like a toddler to an ice cream cake.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 20, 2021
South Street Seaport Museum's monthly sea-music event Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music – the original NYC chantey sing, now made popular on TikTok – continues virtually on Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 2pm ET.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 20, 2021
When it comes to taking control of a room, Canadian folk-rock veteran Glen Foster is a master. And now, he's got a brand-new live album to show just that; Feelin' Alive is available now.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 20, 2021
South Street Seaport Museum's monthly sea-music event Sea Chanteys and Maritime Music - the original NYC chantey sing, now made popular on TikTok - continues virtually on Sunday, August 1, 2021 at 2pm ET.
by Alexa Criscitiello - Jul 20, 2021
This week, Adventure Theatre MTC's Sunday digital productions will feature a digital reading of an original work entitled The Truth About Krampus by Charlotte La Nasa.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 18, 2021
As well as the self-titled single, the long-awaited comeback album from JJ's Music Retaliation also features nine other pieces, including: 'We Have to Make it Better Every Day,' 'You Can't Treat Me Like That Anymore' and 'Slim Beat.'
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 16, 2021
Check out this week's top ten TikToks, featuring Daphne Rubin-Vega, Anthony Ramos, Mandy Patinkin, Rachel Bloom, Kristin Chenoweth & More
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 16, 2021
The single features MNYS, an up-and-coming artist based in Los Angeles who recently signed to Pure Noise Records.
by TV News Desk - Jul 16, 2021
Charming Liars recently announced that they will be touring this December with English rock band The Hunna.
by Bobby Patrick - Jul 16, 2021
Her electric stage presence and tough girl command of the space last night evoked a Joplin-in-concert tone as well as chair dancing and, as she called it, “The Gay Gasps” from her peeps when she took up the Janis classic, PIECE OF MY HEART.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 15, 2021
#WCM is a 100 percent volunteer-run, fiscally-sponsored project. After this devastating year for the music industry, #WCM has continued to be a pillar of strength for the community and is well-poised to make an immense impact for future womxn and non-binary songwriters.
by Rosanne DellAversano - Jul 15, 2021
Like a family reunion, The Whitney Project - A Celebration of Black Joy brings together songs and stories, old and new, for a moment in time like no other.
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 14, 2021
A wise man once said that art isn't easy. Well, life isn't either, and since life inspires art, the performers of the small venue circuit of New York City may be leaning into the pandemic for source material, for a while. Or for as long as they need to.
by Student Blogger: Erika Spondike - Jul 14, 2021
I am totally new to this, but I think crystals are for everyone. To heck with the gatekeeping of spirituality and abundance! There is so much information out there, and I am so excited to keep educating myself and incorporating what I learn into my creative process as an artist. I think that they're a great tool to focus your energy which is why crystals are perfect for the performer.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 14, 2021
Playwright and novelist Michael Frayn was today awarded  the Critics Circle Award for Services to the Arts, the Critics Circle’s highest honour. Every year since 1988, the Critics’ Circle has voted for a single leading artist to receive an engraved crystal rose bowl in recognition of their distinguished contribution to the arts.
by Aaron Wallace - Jul 13, 2021
“THE BODYGUARD on stage sounds fun,” I thought, “but is there really anybody in Winter Garden who can handle Whitney Houston songs for two whole hours?” It turns out there are at least two people up to the task, and The Garden’s got them both...
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 13, 2021
Becca Kidwell knew that her first show after the show business shut down would have to be special, so she got some of her most trusted friends and colleagues to get involved... in a very interesting way. Welcome to the Show Of Dares.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 13, 2021
North Texas Performing Arts is celebrating its 30th Anniversary throughout 2021 with The NTPA 30th Anniversary Celebration Series, featuring eight shows that have been fan favorites at NTPA over the past three decades.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 12, 2021
Each two-hour session can be attended in-person or online, and are for those that identify as working class, LGBTQI+, those who are deaf or disabled and those of a Culturally Diverse Heritage. 
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 12, 2021
The film chronicles the rising mental health crisis in America through its examination of veterans’ experiences with Posttraumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 12, 2021
NJPAC is welcoming live, in-person jazz back to its stage throughout 2021 beginning with Grammy Award-winning vocalist Gregory Porter (Sep 24). The TD Jazz Series continues in the Fall with 'Salsa Meets Jazz' (Sep 25), saxophonist Boney James (Oct 14), and vocal powerhouse duo Tierney Sutton and Ann Hampton Calloway (Oct 15).
by Stephen Mosher - Jul 12, 2021
The petite diva with the powerful voice and everything else is stepping out onto the 54 Below stage without her partner in crime and life, and the fans couldn't grab the tickets up fast enough. She is Orfeh. Hear her Roar.
by Peter Nason - Jul 11, 2021
It's one hell of a moving, thrilling, never-want-it-to-end evening of theatre!
by Student Blogger: Olivia Noel - Aug 2, 2021
If I had just allowed the time to let my piece grow without rushing myself to make something, this process would have gone a lot smoother. If you’re creating something, it doesn’t always come to you right away but that doesn’t mean it won’t come to you
by Marianka Swain - Aug 2, 2021
When Darkness Falls is a ghost story. But it’s also a story about stories. The stories we’ve heard and the stories we tell. Sometimes to each other. Sometimes to ourselves.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 2, 2021
An album that was written during a year that saw Cape lose his father, separate from his wife of 20 years, contract COVID, and move back in with his parents as a result of a livelihood lost, Cape’s forthcoming solo album, A Good Year To Forget, is a warm and beautiful record.
by James Lindhorst - Aug 1, 2021
St. Louis native Elizabeth Teeter will take The Muny stage this week in The Sound of Music to play Liesl, the eldest of the von Trapp children. Elizabeth has performed in Broadway and Off Broadway Productions, but started her acting career at The Muny. It is no surprise that she found a home on the stage as theater runs in her family. Her father is Broadway veteran Lara Teeter who teaches Dance at Webster University.  Her mother, Kristen, also teaches Dance at Nerinx Hall High School in St. Louis.  BroadwayWorld sat down with Elizabeth to learn about her memories of performing at The Muny, how she approaches this role, and who has influenced her young career in the performing arts.
by E.H. Reiter - Aug 1, 2021
57 CHEVY, now streaming through August 15th at San Diego Rep is a delightful road trip down memory lane in this one man show starring Ricardo Salinas.