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Hudson Theatre (Broadway)

(New York, NY)
141 W. 44th St.
by Troy Frisby - Sep 20, 2018
Even if you didn't know that Jane Lynch (GLEE) and Kate Flannery (THE OFFICE) are longtime friends, it's easy to imagine.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 31, 2019
Author Annee Lawrence has announced the release of her new literary novel, The Colour Of Things Unseen. Released by Aurora Metro Books in September 2019, the book is already receiving rave reviews from readers and reviewers.
by Review Roundups - Oct 3, 2019
Skylight Music Theatre presents Oklahoma! running September 27 through October 13, 2019 in Skylight's beautiful Cabot Theatre at the Broadway Theatre Center, 158 N. Broadway, in Milwaukee's Historic Third Ward.
by Review Roundups - Oct 25, 2018
Company just opened at the Gielgud Theatre, directed by Tony-nominated director, Marianne Elliott. The cast of Company includes: Rosalie Craig as Bobbie, Patti LuPone as Joanne, Mel Giedroyc as Sarah, Jonathan Bailey as Jamie, George Blagden as PJ,Ashley Campbell as Peter, Richard Fleeshman as Andy, Alex Gaumond as Paul, Richard Henders as David, Ben Lewis as Larry, Daisy Maywood as Susan, Jennifer Saayeng as Jenny, Matthew Seadon-Young as Theo and Gavin Spokes as Harry. Joining them are: Michael Colbourne, Francesca Ellis, Ewan Gillies, Grant Neal and Jaimie Pruden.
by BWW News Desk - Oct 23, 2018
Artistic Director Carlos Armesto announces Theatre C's 2018 - 2019 season, which will include two productions whose themes revolve around movements that are top of mind now; the #MeToo movement and voters' rights.
by Review Roundups - Oct 17, 2018
Apologia officially opened last night. Let's see what the critics are saying...
by Perry Tannenbaum - Oct 14, 2017
Young guitarist Pablo S inz Villegas burned with Spanish duende, assuring that Charlotte Symphony's first Classics Series concert at Knight Theater wouldn't be their last.
by Review Roundups - Oct 1, 2019
Tony Award & Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright Robert Schenkkan returns to Broadway with the second of his two exhilarating dramas celebrating Lyndon B. Johnson's legacy: THE GREAT SOCIETY.
by Zac Thriffiley - Nov 8, 2019
While the current production of A CHORUS LINE at MainStage Irving-Las Colinas works hard to present a cohesive and coherent vision of what the show can be, the musical frequently feels more like an open cattle call than an exhibition of extraordinary talent.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 7, 2019
A special show - Sing Me A Song a?" words & music by Michael Brown will be presented on Sunday, December 8th at 2:30pm at Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, (254 West 54th Street NYC 10019). Join us as we celebrate the songs of Michael Brown.  With music director Michael Lavine at the piano, the cast will include performers from Broadway will be announced soon.  Tickets at $35 each will be on sale soon.  
by BWW News Desk - Nov 29, 2017
FST continues the 2017-18 Winter Mainstage Season with the unique and gripping storytelling of Heisenberg, by Simon Stephens. Heisenberg runs from December 13, 2017 through March 4, 2018 in the Keating Theatre. Subscriptions for all four Winter Mainstage shows can be purchased for as little as $59 by phone at (941) 366-9000 or by visiting us online at
by BWW News Desk - Nov 20, 2019
Tickets are on sale for the special show - Sing Me A Song a?" words & music by Michael Brown to be presented on Sunday, December 8th at 2:30pm at Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, (254 West 54th Street NYC 10019). Join us as we celebrate the songs of Michael Brown. With music director Michael Lavine at the piano, the cast of performers from Broadway will be announced soon. Tickets are $35 and NO Minimum. They are available through Ticket Central: Daily Noon a?" 8pm at 212 279-4200 or online
by Review Roundups - Nov 20, 2019
Milwaukee Repertory Theater is revisiting a Rep classic November 12 - December 15, 2019 with The Nerd by Larry Shue.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 1, 2018
Theater veterans turned co-creators Constance Zaytoun and Marc Stuart Weitz serve-up plenty of laughs with their new comedy-meets-cooking series, CONSTANCE COOKS, premiering as 'Best Pilot' award nominee at the 2018 NYC Web Fest on November 8th.
by BWW News Desk - May 23, 2019
After roles in Channel 4's Pure, ITV's Unforgotten and a lead alongside Sharon Small and Hugo Speer in Acorn TV's new cop drama (coming to the BBC this summer) London Kills - actor/writer/singer-songwriter Tori Allen-Martin returns to the stage with her new play WHO I COULD'VE BEEN, an exploration of love and loss and all the versions of ourselves we met and became along the way. Tori, who was named as one of the BBC'S New Talent Hotlist in 2017 is excited to be premiering this brand new play at The Space, for one week only June 4th-8th.
by Marianka Swain - Mar 7, 2018
We begin and end with a grisly decapitation. And that's rather the problem with this intermittently engaging Macbeth, which starts in the throes of some unspecified dystopian hellscape, and thus has nowhere to go. 
by Louis Train - Mar 29, 2019
You never imagined Margaret Thatcher could be so vulgar, but then, it seems weirdly plausible. Like all good drag, Margaret Thatcher: Queen of Soho is outrageous and unreal, and sometimes fun.
by BWW News Desk - Mar 28, 2019
Houston Chamber Choir's new recording of Durufle: Complete Choral Works, produced by Grammy Award winning producer Blanton Alspaugh for Signum Records, will be released Apr. 5. The Choir's Artistic Director Robert Simpson joins renowned organist Ken Cowan of Rice University to help realize a dream of creating an iconic Houston Chamber Choir work of art. Signum Classics is one of the United Kingdom's leading independent classical labels and home to diverse and eclectic repertoire by some of the finest artists and singers from around the world.
by TV News Desk - Mar 26, 2018
Melissa McCarthy stars in the adaptation of the memoir CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?, the true story of best-selling celebrity biographer (and friend to cats) Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) who made her living in the 1970's and 80's profiling the likes of Katharine Hepburn, Tallulah Bankhead, Estee Lauder and journalist Dorothy Kilgallen. When Lee is no longer able to get published because she has fallen out of step with current tastes, she turns her art form to deception, abetted by her loyal friend Jack (Richard E. Grant).
by BWW News Desk - Mar 17, 2021
James Cohan welcomes New York-based artist Naudline Pierre to the gallery.  Pierre is known for her paintings that draw from fantasy and iconography to conjure alternate worlds. Swirling with jewel-toned texture, her works center ecstasy, devotion, and tenderness in epic scenes that generate space for rescue and healing.
by TV News Desk - Mar 14, 2018
You might pass them on the sidewalk, at the mall or at the airport. They're the shoe shiners, purveying an old school trade that seems like something out of the Mad Men era, out of step with our fast-paced, disposable consumer culture. Yet, to many of the shoe shiners in Stacey Tenenbaum's joyous and quirky film, shining shoes is a calling and a passion, a way to be one's own boss and connect with other people. The Art of the Shinepremieres on Independent Lens Monday, April 9, 2018, 10:00-11:00 PM (check local listings) on PBS.
by Ruth Deller - Mar 1, 2019
Sheffield Theatres bring debbie tucker green's play to the city in this vibrant revival.
by Gary Naylor - Jun 5, 2019
A somewhat disengaged staging is saved by wonderful music played wonderfully well and a distressing coup de theatre brothel scene.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 26, 2019
'night, Mother by Marsha Norman on stage at Chapel off Chapel - The Loft Theatre from 6 to 7 August 2019. 'night, Mother is the turbulent tale of a mother-daughter relationship rejuvenated by the daughter's admission she will kill herself that evening.
by TV News Desk - Jun 23, 2020
From writer/director Jon Stewart comes Irresistible, the comedy of a Democrat political consultant (Steve Carell) who helps a retired Marine colonel (Chris Cooper) run for mayor in a small Wisconsin town. 
by Jericho Thomas - Jun 21, 2018
Eiffel in love. A quarter of the way through its second act, "An American in Paris" transforms from a golden-age dancebox musical into full-out modern musical theatre. The quintet of lovers at the heart of its story weave their raw, overlapping passions through three songs written by George and Ira Gershwin. And they do it all while barely moving. It's a welcome moment of stillness in an otherwise kinetic show.
by BWW News Desk - Jun 21, 2018
Pittsburgh CLO's THE FULL MONTY will take it all off at the Benedum Center this summer July 6 - 15. With a book written by Terrence McNally (Ragtime) and the music/ lyric talents of David Yazbek (The Band's Visit, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Women On The Verge of a Nervous Breakdown), this duo cooks up an aggressive crowd-pleaser that is both highly-entertaining and charmingly uplifting.
by Valerie-Jean Miller - Jul 6, 2018
Barak Ballet is a formidable dance company that was created and fleshed out by Artistic Director Melissa Barak, who is a native Californian, and who has performed with the New York City Ballet and the Los Angeles Ballet Companies before forming her own Company. She trained at the Westside School of Ballet in Santa Monica beginning at the age of eight. She has performed the works of such balletic luminaries such as George Balanchine, Jerome Robbins, Christopher Wheeldon, Eliot Feld and Robert Garland.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 6, 2018
Pittsburgh CLO's THE FULL MONTY will take it all off at the Benedum Center this summer July 6 - 15.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 30, 2019
Following recent performances at Electric Fields, Tramlines and Latitude Festival,THE FUTUREHEADS have released the video for their current single 'Listen, Little Man!'' It's the second single to be taken from their forthcoming album Powers, which will be released on Nul Records via The Orchard on August 30, 2019. 'Listen, Little Man!' is a wonky stomp named after a book by controversial therapist Wilhelm Reich. The accompanying video was directed by Marc Corrigan.  'It has a perfect balance between lightheartedness and menace which marries very well with the concept of the song,' says vocalist/guitarist Barry Hyde. 'Playing with the micro and the macro and highlighting the insanity that the human race is sometimes gripped by!'
by BWW Special - Jul 20, 2018
BroadwayWorld presents a comprehensive weekly roundup of regional stories around our Broadway World, which include videos, editor spotlights, regional reviews and more. This week, we feature THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE, GREASE, LES MIZ, and More!
by BWW News Desk - Jul 2, 2020
Fyah Roiall (pronounced 'royal') is one of Jamaica's most exciting rappers at the forefront of the emerging 'grimehall' sound (also sometimes referred to as 'traphall'), a new forward-facing subgenre of Jamaican music that combines American trap, UK grime, and dancehall.
by Paula Makar - Jul 15, 2018
Mothers, grab your daughters and run to see this production of Freaky Friday before it closes. I never expected such a well-crafted, intimate piece of theater from the people at Disney, but I am so glad I had the opportunity to see this gem.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Jul 13, 2018
It's fun, perhaps even joyful, and audiences are clearly delighted to reward director Matthew Hayes Hunter's youthful cast with riotous applause at the appropriate moments, but do they really endorse the message of the timeworn Jacobs and Casey script? Heck, do they even think about it?
by BWW News Desk - Jul 12, 2018
Studio Theatre (FST) concludes its 2018 Summer Mainstage Season with Other People's Money, Jerry Sterner's timely comedy about Wall Street sharks and small town business. Called "Involving, disturbing, and above all, expertly crafted" by New York Magazine, this hit period piece explores ethics, business, and loyalty.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 11, 2018
Pittsburgh CLO's THE FULL MONTY will take it all off at the Benedum Center this summer July 6 - 15. Let's see what the critics have to say!
by TV News Desk - Feb 9, 2018
Thirty years ago a young northern skinhead band named Bradford were very publically handed the baton by Morrissey to blaze a trail in English Indie music after the demise of The Smiths. Well renowned British producer Stephen Street immediately signed the band to his new label and the scene was set for the band, who in the words of Sounds music magazine in May 1988 were:
by Marianka Swain - Feb 17, 2019
In a programme interview, Patricia Resnick - writer of both the original 1980 film and this 2008 musical adaptation - notes that Jane Fonda wanted to convey a political message about workplace sexism, but realised couching it in comedy would make it more palatable. Like composer Dolly Parton herself, who appears on video to top and tail the stage show, it's a considered combination of sugar and steel.
by Aaron Wallace - Feb 17, 2019
At Theater West End, you've entered the world of WEST SIDE STORY before even taking your seat. Getting there requires walking across the blue-collar, gang-ridden streets of 1950s New York in the Upper West Side. There's graffiti on the floor beneath you and the walls all around. T-shirts hang out to dry on clotheslines over your head. There's a basketball goal on the cage-wire fence the band sits behind. You might even be seated next to a fire hydrant or a traffic cone. It takes a moment to remember that this same space was home to Madison County's bridges just a couple months ago...
by Ellen Dostal - Feb 15, 2019
How do you scale down an epic musical like RAGTIME for a smaller stage and a different time? When it opened at the Shubert Theatre in Century City in 1997, the cast numbered nearly fifty, the same as it would for its Broadway debut later that year. The stage was enormous and the production filled every inch of it. I still remember how the sheer volume of the choral numbers gave me chills.
by Tim Wright - Feb 1, 2018
Tim Wright reflects on drama schools charging fees for auditions
by Gil Kaan - Dec 5, 2020
Rubicon Theatre presents the World Premiere of ESTELLA SCROOGE: A CHRISTMAS CAROL WITH A TWIST, a modern day take on Charles Dickens’ beloved 1843 novella A Christmas Carol. Stellar cast of twenty-four includes: Betsy Wolfe as Estella Scrooge, Clifton Duncan as Phillip 'Pip' Nickleby, Lauren Patten as Dawkins, Patrick Page as Mr. Merdle, Carolee Carmello as Marla Havisham, Danny Burstein as Ebenezer Scrooge.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 4, 2019
The special show - Sing Me A Song a?" words & music by Michael Brown will be presented this Sunday, December 8th at 2:30pm at Feinstein's/54 Below, Broadway's Supper Club, (254 West 54th Street NYC 10019). Join us as we celebrate the songs of Michael Brown. With music director Michael Lavine at the piano, and Drums: Chip Fabrizi, Guitar: Marc Daine and Bass: John Loehrke. The outstanding cast of musical theatre veterans includes: Michele Ragusa (Broadway musicals: Gypsy, Ragtime, Titanic, Urinetown, Young Frankenstein); T. Oliver Reid (Award winning cabaret and Broadway artist, Hadestown, Once On This Island, Sunset Boulevard); Matthew Scott (Broadway: An American In Paris, A Catered Affair, Jersey Boys, Sondheim On Sondheim); and Deborah Tranelli (Multiple Bistro Awards, TV 11 seasons a?oeDallasa??, recently Bridges of Madison County).
by Marianka Swain - Dec 22, 2017
Does Hamilton live up the hype - and will it appeal to British audiences? Yes, and yes again. It's not like America has a monopoly on national identity crisis, leadership, immigration, parenthood, grief, sex scandals and political rivalries. But beyond that, it's just a blisteringly great night out: universally thrilling entertainment.
by Michael Quintos - Dec 19, 2018
While watching Chance Theater's brand new OC-premiere of EMMA: THE MUSICAL--Paul Gordon's charm-filled 2007 stage musical adaptation of Jane Austen's beloved 1815 novel--I noticed a welcome sensation that took over me throughout most of the production… I could not stop smiling. Delightfully appealing and positively buoyant in a great many aspects, this wonderfully witty and quite beguiling production--directed with engaging gusto by Casey Long--continues performances at their Cripe Stage in Anaheim through December 23, 2018.
by Michael Quintos - Dec 13, 2018
The cheeky PG-rated fun of British Panto, courtesy of Lythgoe Family Productions, returns for more holiday silliness at Orange County's Laguna Playhouse, this time with BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: A CHRISTMAS ROSE, which continues through December 30, 2018 in Laguna Beach under the direction of Sheldon Epps. Fun, light-hearted, and a much-needed far-from-serious break from reality, BEAUTY AND THE BEAST: A CHRISTMAS ROSE is wonderful family treat the whole family can enjoy for the holiday season.
by BWW News Desk - Dec 13, 2017
FST continues the 2017-18 Winter Mainstage Season with the unique and gripping storytelling of Heisenberg, by Simon Stephens. Heisenberg runs from December 13, 2017 through March 4, 2018 in the Keating Theatre. Subscriptions for all four Winter Mainstage shows can be purchased for as little as $59 by phone at (941) 366-9000 or by visiting us online at
by TV News Desk - Aug 21, 2018
Austin Film Festival (AFF), the premier film festival recognizing writers' and filmmakers' contributions to film, television, and new media, announced today the first wave of films to be included in their 25th anniversary program taking place October 25 to November 1.
by BWW News Desk - Apr 2, 2018
Individual tickets for Pittsburgh CLO's 2018 Summer Season will go on sale Friday, April 13 at 9:00am. Patrons may purchase tickets by calling 412-456-6666, online at or at the Theater Square Box Office. Pittsburgh CLO is proud to celebrate 72 years of producing shows locally in Pittsburgh and sharing musical theater with audiences of all ages. The 2018 Summer Season will feature the National Tour of ON YOUR FEET! and the Pittsburgh CLO premiere of TITANIC, in addition to THE FULL MONTY, BRIGADOON, THOROUGHLY MODERN MILLIE and the "magical" return of Disney's BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.