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Over and Over - 1999 - Regional (US)

Based on The Skin of Our Teeth by Thornton Wilder


Signature Theatre

(Arlington, VA, )
3806 Four Mile Run Drive
Arlington, VA,
by Charlie Wilks - Sep 9, 2021
After giving her entire life to make other people smile, legendary comedienne Myra Dubois has decided to make something all about her. In a bid to create the most attention seeking thing of all time, she stages her own funeral – ensuring that everything about her iconic energy is celebrated. Hence the show at The Garrick. It’s a non-stop hoot, looking at how we find joy in grief.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 3, 2021
Ragamala Dance Company's Fires of Varanasi: Dance of the Eternal Pilgrim, September 11-12, 2021 has its world premiere at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts REACH campus in Washington, D.C.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 22, 2021
Stony Plain Records announces an October 22 release date for Pinky's Blues, the new album from award-winning blues guitarist/singer Sue Foley.
by Christian Lewis - Sep 21, 2021
While midtown has a celebratory vibe and cheers of 'Broadway's Back!' ring with each new opening and re-opening, it is nice to go downtown, to a smaller, less gilded theater, and see a piece of art that is a bit grungier, less commercial, more experimental and edgy. NYTW's Sanctuary City perfectly scratches my Off-Broadway itch.
by Michael Major - Sep 2, 2021
Steele's new single was co-produced with Brian Malouf, who has previous worked with Michael Jackson and Madonna.
by Vickie Evans - Sep 15, 2021
Meet The Masterminds, Director Elizabeth Flax and Playwright Coolidge Harris II, Behind The Stage Play, 'Greenwood', Based On The Tulsa, Oklahoma Massacre, A Love Story With A Historical Proponent. Performed At Matthews Playhouse, Matthews, NC, September 17th and 18th.
by A.A. Cristi - Sep 15, 2021
At just over 5 miles long, Coney Island Avenue runs through the heart of New York City's most populous borough, connecting Park Circle at Prospect Park to the boardwalk at Brighton Beach. The roadway between these points is home to a rich multitude of cultures and communities: halal eateries in Little Pakistan, yeshivas in Midwood, repair shops in Sheepshead Bay, and plenty of bodegas along the way. But that's just scratching the surface.
by Charlie Wilks - Sep 14, 2021
Director Rebecca Taichman and playwright Paula Vogel were both drawn to Sholem Asch’s 1907 phenomenon, God of Vengeance. Their Tony-nominated, highly-acclaimed production has landed in London. A show that plays tribute a stage scandal, this is a heartfelt song to something that nearly never was.
by Gil Kaan - Sep 13, 2021
Songstress Therese Lee will debut her one-woman concert RIDING THE BUS TO THE RED CARPET at Feinstein’s at Vitello’s September 29, 2021. Therese and I have crossed paths many a time, in years past, working the Red Carpet. I grabbed the chance to catch up with my former co-reporter.
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - Sep 10, 2021
The sharp contrast in perspective between the young performers and those behind the scenes—the professors and technicians who remember 9/11 well—has kidnapped my attention. I find it fascinating and meaningful in a layered way that I’m not entirely sure I’ll ever understand.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 9, 2021
Today, Orlando-based artist and songwriter Talii has released a brand new single titled 'Pointless Numbers.' Her first new release of 2021, the song is a brooding display of Talii's effortless take on R&B / neo-soul, all while maintaining her signature dark-pop sensibility.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 8, 2021
This piece – a modern take on the Ancient Greek myth about the man who rebelled against the gods, only to receive the infamous punishment of having to push a boulder up a hill over and over again for eternity – will play four debut performances at Canal Café Theatre in Little Venice, London, Wednesday 6th to Saturday 9th of October, 2021.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 6, 2021
One thing after another Matthew and John Drinkwater are showing the world why they're here, and why they deserve to be. The six songs on their new EP are just more proof positive.
by Student Blogger: Abigail Connolly - Jun 3, 2021
I got to see Broadway shows starting when I was only around 4-years-old. I loved the thrill and excitement of seeing an actor live on stage, singing and performing their heart out. I knew from then on that I wanted to be like them, that I wanted to be on Broadway and perform on a great, big stage, like so many of us do. It’s such a light-hearted dream, a dream that’s gotten me through some hardships and kept me inspired. But as the years went by, and it was eventually time to decide where I was going to go to college, my dream wasn’t seeming so light-hearted anymore. Instead, it felt like pressure.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 3, 2021
Today, Paramount confirmed three more blockbuster musicals to follow in Kinky Boots’ big footsteps, taking the company through spring 2022 and marking the 10th Anniversary season for Paramount’s popular Broadway Series:
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 29, 2021
Today, Club Fugazi Experiences Executive Director David Dower announced the name of the brand-new theatrical experience debuting at San Francisco's historic Club Fugazi.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 29, 2021
The Broadway musical theater actor who has seen it all is telling a little bit of this and singing a lot of that in his tribute show to a legend that he remembers most as a dear friend.
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 26, 2021
In part two of our Broadway World Cabaret interview with these drag sisters, we learn about how their past is going to influence their future, and which Silver Screen goddess each lady obsesses over.
by Student Blogger: Lauren Brown - Jun 25, 2021
When I first heard the news that Larson’s musical was going to be adapted into a film for Netflix, my heart skipped a beat and my love for Tick Tick Boom resurfaced in an overwhelming way. His other and much more popular musical Rent has been a long time favorite of mine, but there’s something about the intimacy and relatability of his first show. Written as a semi-autobiographical musical and even using his own name for the main character, the show is really Larson’s personal story about living as a starving artist in New York City.
by Student Blogger: Bea Mienik - Jun 25, 2021
Think about it… if we’re perfect immediately at everything we try, wouldn’t life be ridiculously boring? Perhaps our life’s purpose is to find something we enjoy failing at… over and over and over… because without failure, you will have no idea what works and what doesn’t. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 22, 2021
Satellite Collective's Spring 2021 Fellows cohort represents a full circle of collaboration, as the selected artists were hand-picked from their participation in Satellite's worldwide game of Telephone 2 in 2020.
by Andrea Stephenson - Jun 19, 2021
There are so many wonderful moments in this show, it is sometimes hard to remember that the cast is so young. DreamWrights and Weary Arts Group have put together a tremendous production of West Side Story: School Edition. Visit for ticket information.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 18, 2021
Independent producer Adam Kern will present a reading of Ken Kaissar's Play The Victims Or: What do you want me to do about it?, which will have a virtual reading on Thursday June 24th 2021 at 8:00 PM EST on Zoom.  
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 16, 2021
A Beautiful Life also includes Heartless Bastards’ 2020 single, “Revolution,” available now on all digital platforms. An official music video – directed by documentary filmmakers Sam Wainwright Douglas and David Hartstein – is streaming now on YouTube.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 15, 2021
The summery sound and up tempo vibe of the song, however, were inspired by the excitement provoked at the thought of hitting the road this fall.
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 14, 2021
From July 8 to 10, 2021, Roy and Edna Disney/CalArts Theater (REDCAT), CalArts' center for contemporary arts in downtown Los Angeles, proudly presents the world premiere of Sugar Houses, the new dance theater work by renowned Los Angeles-based choreographer Rosanna Gamson of Rosanna Gamson/World Wide (RGWW).
by Stephen Mosher - Jun 11, 2021
After making a splashy smash with her Whitney Houston tribute show, Nicole Henry returns to the scene of the shine with a new nightclub act appropriately titled FEELING GOOD. Because she is.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jun 10, 2021
In a further homage to Iggy, the B-side features The Lovely Eggs own take on ‘Dum Dum Boys’ from Iggy’s defining 1977 album ‘The Idiot’.
by Mert Dilek - Jun 10, 2021
The National Theatre kicks off its post-lockdown season with a brainteaser: what is the most meaningful or precious moment of your life? The question is central to After Life, Jack Thorne’s stage adaptation of Hirokazu Kore-eda’s acclaimed 1998 film, co-produced by Headlong, which unfolds in a purgatorial facility over the course of a single week.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 9, 2021
The 2021-2022 Mercury Theater Chicago season has been announced. Mercury Theater Chicago welcomes audiences back in November to its beautiful home in the Southport Corridor with the feel-good blockbuster hit SISTER ACT directed by Reneisha Jenkins, featuring Chicago favorites Alexis J. Roston and Hollis Resnik. 
by Student Blogger: Sydney Emerson - Jul 7, 2021
The truth is, I don’t know what makes a good musical anymore—and I’m not sure Broadway does, either. Is a good musical a safe bet that keeps the lights on? One that sweeps the Tonys? Or is a good musical a life-altering event that leaves audiences forever changed, head in the clouds as they ride the train back to their apartments and hotels?
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 30, 2021
The University of Washington School of Drama has announce its 2021-2022 public season, a season that will happen live and in-person in the beautiful Floyd and Delores Jones Playhouse at UW.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 29, 2021
Centaurworld follows a war horse who is transported from her embattled world to a strange land inhabited by silly, singing centaurs of all species, shapes, and sizes.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 28, 2021
Nearly 16 months after dimming its famous marquee due to COVID-19, Aurora's Paramount Theatre has started rehearsals for its 10th Anniversary Broadway Series season opener, Kinky Boots, marking a pivotal moment for the second largest subscription house in the nation as it returns to live performances next month.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 27, 2021
Ward Hayden & the Outliers previously released a video for “I’d Die For You” which will make its DittyTV Debut on Wednesday, July 28 at 10pm CT on The Curve and will be rebroadcast on Thursday, July 29th at 10am CT.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 26, 2021
The tour will come to the North Charleston Performing Arts Center on December 2. Learn more about the performance and how to purchase tickets here!
by Jay Irwin - Jul 20, 2021
Dear Readers, as we inch back into the world of live theatrical experiences, the excitement to put out incredible art is palpable. And when you have a stunning outdoor venue such as the Cave B Winery Estates in George, WA, not to mention some of the A-listers of Seattle theater talent involved, that excitement can be overwhelming. But don’t let that excitement blind you to when a show just is not there, as was the case with “How Can I Love You” from Composer Rand Bellar and Playwright, Librettist, and Lyricist Vince Bryan.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 19, 2021
Nine years after its inaugural production of Julius Caesar, Madison Shakespeare Company is celebrating another summer of firsts when All's Well That Ends Well opens on Friday July 23 at the Madison Country Day School amphitheater in Waunakee.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 16, 2021
Opening Sunday, July 25, Ernest Chausson’s only opera, King Arthur (“Le roi Arthus”), will receive its long overdue first fully staged American production at Bard SummerScape.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Jul 16, 2021
In addition, the EP features a new remix of the Raw Silk classic, 'Do It To The Music' by Fred Falke and Zen Freeman.
by Marc Savitt - Jul 12, 2021
“BECOMOING OTHELLO taught me how to get over things that I am.  I’m a mixed-race girl, and I am on the fairer side of blackness.  I had so many issues with colorism and racism and all the isms that I needed to tell this story.  If audience members are listening, no matter where they come from; what race, what religion, everyone is going to find something they can relate to.' 
by Morgan Donohue - Aug 6, 2021
With empathy, comedy, and vulnerability, Laughing Wild is a foray into the inner workings of the human mind.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Aug 5, 2021
It took only three takes to perfect the five-minute, single-shot send-up of THE MUSIC MAN.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Aug 31, 2021
Collaborating across the many facets of artist engagement, development, and producing, Scarlett Kim and Mei Ann Teo join Evren Odcikin on a three-person, non-hierarchical team of Associate Artistic Directors—respectively, of Innovation and Strategy, of New Work, and of Artistic Programming.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 27, 2021
Pianist Richard D. Johnson presents his expressive new release, First Glance, due out August 27, 2021 via Afar Music
by Student Blogger: Meredith Muirhead - Aug 24, 2021
After my previous blog about how jukebox musicals should not be looked down upon in the theatre world, I got to thinking about which of my favorite artists would have the best jukebox musicals. Here are six female artists from the twenty-first century whom I believe should write a musical or have a jukebox musical.
by Barry Lenny - Aug 22, 2021
The best-laid plans of George and Lennie, gang agley.
by Fiona Scott - Aug 20, 2021
Cassidy Janson was playing Anne Hathaway in &Juliet when West End theatres closed in 2020. Before the show reopens, the Olivier Award-winning star of Beautiful, Chess and most recently The Mousetrap, will be playing Virginia Woolf in a one-off performance of Well-Behaved Women at Cadogan Hall on 3 September. Janson spoke to us about the show.
by Stephi Wild - Aug 1, 2021
As Side A's track three from the nom de plume project's self-titled double album, Niz Wiz: Limited Edition Double Album, 'God Do Me A Solid' echoes the release's expression of feelings and fears around prescient themes: America, money, God, A-I, 'and a little bit of Canada,' Osborne shares.