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by Aliya Al-Hassan - Sep 28, 2021
Since its release in 1985 Back to the Future has been an iconic film. It made a star out of Michael J Fox and catapulted Huey Lewis’ “The Power of Love” into a worldwide hit. Despite repeated pressure and two sequels, creators Robert Zemeckis and Bob Gale always refused to make a reboot of the original film, but the thought of a musical as a new medium to tell the story has proved irresistible.
by Stephi Wild - Sep 26, 2020
A team at the University of Utah recently conducted a study on the airflow at Abravanel Hall to help identify the COVID-19 risk for performances for the Utah Symphony.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Sep 23, 2020
A work of startling originality when it debuted in 1938, Thornton Wilder's Our Town evolved to become a vintage slice of early 20th-century Americana. This unique and timely book shines a light on the play's continued impact in the 21st century and makes a case for the healing powers of Wilder's text for a world confronting multiple crises.
by Marc Savitt - Oct 17, 2021
THE CHAIRS is an absurdist 'tragic farce' by Eugène Ionesco. It was written in 1952 and debuted the same year. THE CHAIRS concerns two characters, known as Old Man and Old Woman, frantically preparing chairs for a series of invisible guests who are coming to hear an orator reveal the Old Man's discovery.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Oct 1, 2021
Based on Agatha Christie’s 1925 short story, Witness For The Prosecution was well-established at London’s County Hall before the pandemic. It now makes a welcome return and is as ingenious as ever. We are all used to seeing television adaptations of Christie’s work, but Lucy Bailey’s creative version takes all the theatrics of a courtroom and translates it neatly into a truly immersive production.
by Lindsay Kruger - Nov 6, 2020
Combining the best of both theatrical worlds, actress, writer and publicist Julie-Anne McDowell Hegarty joins forces with former Managing Director of The Fugard Theatre Daniel Galloway to launch new theatre production company How Now Brown Cow. The co-founders chat to BroadwayWorld South Africa about how they got here, and where they're going.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 23, 2020
The  Australian premiere of Disney's Frozen, which was previously set to begin performances in Sydney in July, now begins performance in December, and when it does, will play bigger audiences than previously allowed.
by Nicole Rosky - Nov 11, 2020
Reports of Pfizer's vaccine have everyone talking this week, and Ticketmaster is already planning for new phases based on its impending distribution. The company is developing a plan to ensure the safety of concert-goers, which will require fans to verify that they have received the vaccine or that they have tested negative for COVID-19 within the past 1-3 days.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 7, 2020
The Webby Awards announced today that critically acclaimed stand-up comedian, actor and writer Patton Oswalt will return as host of the 24th Annual Webby Awards on Tuesday, May 19th.
by Kaitlin Milligan - May 5, 2020
 HBO Max, the upcoming direct-to-consumer offering from WarnerMedia set to launch this month, announced today the straight-to-series order of Untitled Cooking Project starring and executive produced by Selena Gomez
by Alex Freeman - May 2, 2022
At the top of our Industry Trends section this week, we have a story about honey from the bees at the Vienna State Opera. Paired with our other story about implementing digital ticketing at venues, we can see this as two ways that companies can go about reducing the environmental harm that comes from producing large-scale live events.
by Student Blogger: Maggie Cummins - May 19, 2020
This is weird. With the recent announcement that the Great White Way will stay closed through September 6th, I'm preparing myself for the first summer in what feels like ever without Broadway.
by Erica Handel - May 12, 2021
The Axelrod Performing Arts Center will bring live performances to the Jersey Shore with the Vogel Summer Concert Series. The shows will take place outdoors split between the Arthur Pryor Bandshell in Asbury Park and Bell Works in Holmdel. An incredible group of Broadway talent and musical guests are set to appear in this series, including Broadway star Adam Pascal.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Mar 30, 2021
“Having a close knit family is something most people aspire to and at TLC, we love to explore relationships of all kinds,” said Howard Lee, President of TLC Streaming and Network Originals
by Carol Kassie - Mar 3, 2022
Pigs Do Fly Productions is set to stage a production of Jerry Mayer’s ‘comedy of crosswords and romance,’ 2 Across. The show will run from March 4th through March 20th at the Empire Stage in Fort Lauderdale.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 27, 2021
Broadway might be dark, but that doesn't mean that theatre isn't happening everywhere! Below, check out where you can get your daily fix of Broadway this weekend, March 27-28, 2021.
by TV Scoop - Mar 27, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, April 8, 2020!
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 26, 2021
Today (March 26) in live streaming: Richard Ridge chats with John Lloyd Young on Clubhouse, a Ragtime reunion on Stars in the House, and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Mar 25, 2022
Sarah Elisabeth Brown's send-up of S&M mores, Sassafras & The Captain, is revived for the 2022 Fresh Fruit 'Return to Live' Theatre Festival, Thursday May 5 @ 6:00 p.m.; Friday, May 6 @ 8:45 p.m.; Sunday, May 8 @ 1:00 p.m. at The WILD PROJECT, 195 East 3rd Street, NYC.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 25, 2021
Today (March 25) in live streaming: the premiere of Electric Island, AAPI Broadway unites on Stars in the House, Ashley Spencer visits Backstage Live, and more!
by A.A. Cristi - Mar 23, 2022
The Fresh Fruit Festival returns this spring in a special 'Return to Live Theatre' festival of plays running May 2 – 14 at The WILD PROJECT, 195 East 3rd Street, NYC.
by Michael Major - Mar 18, 2022
The band will be performing full versions of their best-known album, Dub Side of the Moon – their beloved reggae re-interpretation of Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon album –along with well-known tracks from their other tribute albums: Radiodread, Easy Star’s Lonely Hearts Dub Band, and Easy Star’s Thrillah.
by Nicole Rosky - Mar 18, 2021
Today (March 18) in live streaming: a Little House on the Prarie reunion on Stars in the House, Jackie Hoffman visits Backstage Live, and more!
by A.A. Cristi - Jun 21, 2021
At 91 years-old and with credits that range from “West Side Story” and “Gypsy” to “Sweeney Todd” and “Into The Woods” just to name a few, Stephen Sondheim remains one of Broadway's most pivotal voices.
by Stephi Wild - Jul 5, 2020
The UK Government has announced a £1.57 billion rescue package to help the nation's cultural, arts and heritage institutions weather the impact of the health crisis.  Arts institutions are responding to this announcement, including the National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, and more!
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Jul 27, 2021
Ethan Slater and Nick Blaemire have teamed up for the world premiere concept recording of EDGE OF THE WORLD: THE MUSICAL. We spoke with Slater and Blaemire about how their songwriting partnership came to be, how they found the right sound for the album, what it was like working with Norbert Leo Butz and Lilli Cooper, and much more!
by TV Scoop - Jan 3, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, January 22, 2020!
by A.A. Cristi - Jan 22, 2021
East West Players will launch its 55th anniversary season Between Worlds, an innovative and interdimensional experience that expands the scope of our storytelling to the digital stage.
by Cara Joy David - Jan 15, 2022
Everyone knows it is tough times for the theater industry. Broadway’s indeed thankfully back, but amid rising Covid cases wreaking havoc on casts and keeping audiences away, the return has not been smooth. And now the theater industry has entered the cold winter months, traditionally tough times at the box office. So when the producers of MRS. DOUBTFIRE announced the show was taking a “hiatus” – as the press release read – from January 10 through March 14, theater insiders could understand why. But nothing is as simple as it seems. The decision shines a spotlight on the tense relationship between Broadway producers and Broadway’s 14 unions in these difficult times.
by Nancy Grossman - Jan 14, 2020
MAYTAG VIRGIN is a slice of life, character-driven romantic comedy about two forty-something school teachers, both widowed, who meet cute in their connecting yards in a fictional town in Alabama. Good fences make good neighbors and their lack of one leads to many challenges, but they are both warm people with good (albeit broken) hearts who keep looking for a way to bond. David Adkins and Kati Brazda are seasoned actors who create indelible impressions of their characters as individuals, and then merge those impressions into a pair whose whole is greater than the sum of its parts.
by TV Scoop - Feb 7, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, February 26, 2020!
by Gil Kaan - Feb 6, 2020
The much lauded and much admired Broadway leading lady Christine Ebersole will be bringing AN EVENING WITH CHRISTINE EBERSOLE for one night only at The Wallis February 28, 2020. Winner of two Tony Awards (42nd STREET and GREY GARDENS), Christine, in between her many theatrical engagements (and present television gig), ventures out in cabaret settings as her effervescent self, showcasing her gorgeous vocals and charming wit. In a delightful phone conversation, Christine answered my questions with sharp quips as only a seasoned comedienne would. (She was a Saturday Night Live cast member, after all!) Lots of laughing between us!
by Carol Kassie - Feb 4, 2022
Rehearsals will begin shortly for 2 Across, Pigs Do Fly Productions' upcoming 'reprise' production of Jerry Mayer's 'comedy of crosswords and romance'.
by Keith Waits - Feb 4, 2020
Once On This Island is a pretty good show, but this production is closer to great. As with the recent Broadway revival, Robert Fleming exploits the aspect of fable or folk tale at work in the story to interject thoughts of the aftermath of generations of colonialism and the state of island cultures brutalized by nature and Superpowers.
by Chris Struck - Feb 29, 2020
What started out as a 17 minute tap session full of some pretty slick moves became a nearly two hour romp backed by one of the world's classiest jam bands highlighted by Jonathan Michel, probably the world's best double bassist and talented pianist, accompanist Mark Meadows who defined sleek with the keys.
by TV Scoop - Feb 21, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, March 11, 2020!
by TV Scoop - Feb 14, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, March 4, 2020!
by Gil Kaan - Dec 3, 2021
The national tour of THE BAND’S VISIT has landed in Los Angeles at the Dolby Theatre. The opening night audience gave the all-round talented cast a most deserved standing ovation. I had the pleasure of chatting with Joe Joseph (who’s silky vocals inhabit the character of Haled) the afternoon post-opening night.
by TV Scoop - Dec 24, 2019
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, January 15, 2020!
by Kaitlin Milligan - Aug 5, 2020
 HBO Max announced today that the Selena Gomez cooking show, SELENA + CHEF will premiere on the streamer Thursday, August 13th.
by Roger Catlin - Aug 4, 2020
When Eugene Rogers became the fifth artistic director of The Washington Chorus in February, he wasn't counting on the worldwide pandemic to explode every plan just weeks later. Presenting a 200-person choir, shoulder to shoulder, mouths open was out of the question, even if they were emitting a glorious sound.
by Drew Eberhard - Apr 9, 2022
Little Shop of Horrors is a horror comedy rock musical with somewhat of a cult following much like Hedwig & the Angry Inch, and Rocky Horror Show. Featuring music by Alan Menken and a book by Howard Ashman, the musical premiered off-off-Broadway in 1982, then moved off-Broadway to the Orpheum and enjoyed a five-year run. The musical is loosely based on the 1960s film. There are many known differences between the film and the musical which change the story. The musical does well at keeping up the darkly comic tone of the film but omits several different plot points. Skid Row is an area of Los Angeles officially known as Central City East, and the musical’s setting is set in Skid Row New York. Seymour’s mother is omitted from the musical and he is left an orphan under the care of Mushnik the flower shop owner. Orin Scrivello the sadistic dentist and overall villain of the story meets his maker so to speak at the hands of his own laughing gas, as opposed to being killed by dentist instruments like in the film. Orin’s abusive relationship with Audrey is used as a platform for Seymour’s need to kill him and to ultimately use the plant as means of disappearance.
by Aliya Al-Hassan - Apr 5, 2021
Simon Godwin’s much-hyped version of Romeo & Juliet at the National Theatre was originally slated for summer 2020. Not to be outdone by the pandemic, a new version was filmed in just seventeen days on a closed set in the Lyttleton theatre and is now being broadcast on Sky Arts. Combining elements of both stage and screen, this is a unique and magical version of Shakespeare’s iconic play.
by Alex Freeman - Apr 25, 2022
The rising costs of production are putting a squeeze on many theatres - from Long Wharf to the Edinburgh fringe. While some of these costs are inflation related and are sure to come back down in the long term, it does leave the question of what theatres and producers can do as they try and recover from the past two years of challenges.
by TV Scoop - Apr 2, 2020
Get all the scoop on Coming Up on a New Episode of NANCY DREW, airing on THE CW on Wednesday, April 15, 2020!
by Alex Freeman - Apr 18, 2022
While all Broadway theatres will still require strict audience masking through at least the end of May, many will stop checking audience members vaccination status on April 30th. Regionally, news about new businesses and new performance spaces for companies, and on Broadway, Disney Theatrical brings a new wrinkle to ticketing.
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 14, 2020
It's a busy week for Piotr Beczala, at least on the Met on Demand. It started with Monday's free broadcast of 2014's RUSALKA, opposite Renée Fleming (when the interview that follows was conducted) to Saturday night's free ADRIANA LECOUVREUR performance opposite Anna Netrebko, from January 2019. You can also hear him in excerpts from WERTHER, opposite Joyce DiDonato, which was scheduled for last month at the Met, but sidelined by COVID-19. The arias were recorded in JDD's living room, to give audiences a glimpse of what they might have missed in the complete performance.
by Alex Freeman - Apr 11, 2022
Broadway companies announcing cancellations and temporary layoffs as they deal with a new COVID surge within the theatre industry. What this will ultimately mean as we approach the Tony eligibility cutoff date remains to be seen, but there is a tension in the air as many shows work hard to get open and protect their stars from catching the virus.
by Review Roundups - Apr 11, 2022
The Old Vic just celebrated opening night of the world premiere production of Mike Bartlett's viciously funny The 47th, directed by Rupert Goold and co-produced with Sonia Friedman Productions and Annapurna Theatre.