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Opened: May 20, 1935

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Album Review: Sepia Records Remembers Iconic DOROTHY LAMOUR & CO-STARS THE PARAMOUNT YEARS:1936-1952
by Bobby Patrick - Feb 29, 2024

Everything in this collection is captured and remastered beautifully, spanning two discs with 28 songs on each, and that’s a treasure trove, for sure.

Interview: Audra McDonald talks about AN EVENING WITH AUDRA MCDONALD, her role in 'Rustin' and more
by R. Scott Reedy - Feb 23, 2024

When it comes to concerts, Audra McDonald says she’s learned to choose a song list that really appeals to her. And she’s done just that for her current tour, which will bring her to Symphony Hall for her eighth appearance with the Celebrity Series of Boston, this time with an orchestra of local musicians, on February 27.

Review: THE 39 STEPS at NextStop Theatre Company
by Rachael F. Goldberg - Sep 12, 2023

NextStop Theatre Company’s kickoff to its tin anniversary is delightful, hilarious, and engaging. The joy the cast and crew infuse into the performance is palpable and compelling, creating a shared experience that truly elevates live theater.

Catch the Best of Broadway on Tour: A Guide to National Touring Shows Near You
by Stephi Wild - Aug 19, 2023

Hoping to catch a play or musical in the near future but can't make it to New York City? Look no further than BroadwayWorld's comprehensive guide to all of the current and upcoming touring productions!

See HANDS ON A HARDBODY Reunion Concert, Jenn Colella, Shaun Cassidy & More at 54 Below in June
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 1, 2023

This month, 54 BELOW will present some of the brightest stars from Broadway, cabaret, jazz, and beyond.

Library of Congress Festival of Film And Sound Announces Full Lineup of Rare Cinema and Special Guests
by A.A. Cristi - May 15, 2023

The Library of Congress National Audio-Visual Conservation Center is announcing the full lineup of rare cinema and special guests to be featured at the inaugural Library of Congress Festival of Film and Sound. The new four-day film festival will be held June 15-18 in association with the AFI Silver Theatre and Cultural Center at the American Film Institute's beautifully restored 1938 art deco theater in Silver Spring, Maryland.

Sara Bareilles, Audra McDonald, Ben Platt & More to Present at The Drama League Awards
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 12, 2023

Tony Award winners Audra McDonald (Ohio State Murders), Ben Platt (Parade) and more will present the esteemed awards at the 89th Annual Drama League Awards.

Casting Revealed For The World Première of THE THIRD MAN at Menier Chocolate Factory
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2023

As rehearsals begin, the Menier Chocolate Factory has announced full casting for the world première of the new musical, The Third Man. Learn more about who is starring in the show here!

Casting Revealed for The World Premiere of THE THIRD MAN at Menier Chocolate Factory
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2023

As public booking opens, the Menier Chocolate Factory has announced initial casting for the world première of the new musical, The Third Man. Learn more about who will be starring in the show here!

INTO THE WOODS, SWEENEY TODD, A DOLL'S HOUSE & More Lead in Nominations for 2023 Drama League Awards
by Team BWW - Apr 25, 2023

The Drama League has announced the 2023 Drama League Awards Nominees. See the full list!

A Complete 2023 Broadway Awards Season Calendar
by Team BWW - Apr 3, 2023

Stay up to date on all the need-to-know facts of the 2023 Awards Season with BroadwayWorld's full Awards Season Calendar here!

Everything We Know About the Competing Fred Astaire Biopics
by Michael Major - Feb 14, 2023

It has been reported that two different Fred Astaire biopics are currently in the works. To make matters even more complicated, both actors playing Astaire on the big screen, Jamie Bell and Tom Holland, have played the title role in Billy Elliot in the past. BroadwayWorld has compiled everything we know about each of them so far.

Review: TOP HAT, The Mill at Sonning
by Mickey-Jo Boucher - Nov 28, 2022

West of London, the Mill at Sonning is hugged on either side by the Thames and neighbours George Clooney’s 17th century mansion. The venue, which provides all its audience members with a sumptuous buffet dinner before the evening’s entertainment, is currently hosting a toe-tapping revival of Top Hat, their 2021 Christmas show which has returned for more ovations.

Review: Gerrilyn Sohn IF JOE ALLEN'S WALLS COULD SING & OTHER HIDDEN GEMS at Don't Tell Mama by Guest Reviewer Andrew Poretz
by Stephen Mosher - Aug 3, 2022

Guest reviewer Andrew Poretz has heaps of praise for Gerrilyn Sohn and her new musical cabaret.

Study Up on Irving Berlin and Celebrate Broadway's Return with #NoBusinessLikeShowBusiness
by Team BWW - Nov 10, 2021

Live theatre is officially back and Concord Theatricals is celebrating! 'There's No Business Like Show Business' is a digital celebration that launched just last month, marking the return of live theater and all of the incredible people who help to make it happen. The celebration coincides with the 75th anniversary of Irving Berlin's Annie Get Your Gun and its iconic showstopper 'There's No Business Like Show Business,' a song that has more resonance than ever this year.

Linda Fortunato Begins Role as Artistic Director At Peninsula Players Theatre
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 22, 2021

Peninsula Players Theatre has announced that Linda Fortunato succeeded Greg Vinkler as the theater's new artistic director this week. Fortunato was appointed by the Board of Directors earlier this year when Vinkler announced he was stepping down from administrative duties at the end of the 2021 season.

TOP 10: Lo mejor de Irving Berlin
by Nuria Pedret - May 11, 2021

En el día de su cumpleaños, rendimos homenaje al compositor estadounidense con una selección comentada de sus canciones

Singer Jill Corey Dies at 85
by Stephi Wild - Apr 17, 2021

Singer Jill Corey, an overnight sensation in 1953, when she landed on the cover of Life Magazine, passed away from natural causes on April 3 at UPMC Sunnyside in Sunnyside, PA.  She was 85. 

Peninsula Players Announces Artistic Director Greg Vinkler to Retire
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jan 22, 2021

When the theater's 2021 season comes to a close, Artistic Director Greg Vinkler will step down from administrative duties and retire. Linda Fortunato, a dedicated company member of 17 seasons at Peninsula Players, has been appointed associate artistic director and will work alongside Vinkler throughout the 2021 season.

Library for the Performing Arts Announces 2020 Dance Research Fellows
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jun 19, 2020

The Jerome Robbins Dance Division has selected its new class of Dance Research Fellows. Selected from a record number of applicants, these researchers and artists will delve into the Dance Division's archives to explore the theme of dance and immigration.

BWW Exclusive: The 101 GREATEST PLAYS of the Past 100 Years (1920-2020)
by Peter Nason - Apr 7, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the greatest theatrical works (non-musical) from 1920-2020; see if your favorites made the list!

BWW Exclusive: The 101 Greatest MOVIE MUSICALS of All Time
by Peter Nason - Mar 30, 2020

BWW Reviewer Peter Nason chooses the best film musicals since the sound era began; see if your favorites made the list!

The 101 Greatest Showtunes from 1920-2020
by Peter Nason - Mar 19, 2020

How do we make a list of the 101 greatest show tunes from the past 100 years? Well, we did the near-impossible task.  Check out our full list here! 

Minnesota Orchestra Releases New Recording Of Mahler's Second Symphony
by A.A. Cristi - Dec 12, 2018

The Swedish label BIS Records is releasing its third album of the ongoing Mahler recording series in collaboration with Music Director Osmo Vänskä and the Minnesota Orchestra—a recording of Mahler's Second Symphony, Resurrection, also featuring soprano Ruby Hughes, mezzo-soprano Sasha Cooke and the Minnesota Chorale. The album will be released on disc in the U.S. and Canada, and digitally worldwide, on February 1, 2019, but will be available in advance at Orchestra Hall and through the Minnesota Orchestra's website,, beginning December 14, 2018.  

TCM To Pay Tribute To Musicals In June Programming Special 'Mad About Musicals!'
by Tori Hartshorn - May 23, 2018

Turner Classic Movies (TCM) will pay homage to the glittering world of Hollywood musicals with Mad About Musicals!, a special month of programming celebrating timeless movie musicals such as The Wizard of Oz, Singin' in the Rain and Cabaret. TCM is once again partnering with Ball State University and Canvas to offer a free online multimedia course tied to this programming special about the history of the musical genre and its evolution with cultural and technological shifts. Enrollment is open until June 17 and fans can sign up for the course at


Parade has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1935.