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Belasco Theatre (Broadway)


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by Troy Frisby - Sep 6, 2018
"There's nothing formal about this but this dress." Kennedy Davenport's aside, just several minutes into her August 23 performance of THE GOSPEL ACCORDING TO KENNEDY DAVENPORT at the Laurie Beechman Theatre, couldn't have been truer. And, to put it in RUPAUL'S DRAG RACE speak, that informality represented both the top and the bottom of the performance--- though, rest assured, nobody was in danger of elimination.
by Julie Musbach - Sep 5, 2018
Prolific actor Reno Roop passed away Friday morning August 31 at his home in New York. He was 80. The cause of death was Parkinson's disease and Lewy body dementia.
by Marianka Swain - Sep 28, 2019
It's 10am and the walls of Ovalhouse are reverberating to the sound of a kango hammer. A team of builders have been on-site for the past two days performing what might appear to be the ultimate sacrilege for a theatre: they are smashing a 2m-deep hole through the middle of our stage. We are preparing for the Demolition Party. 
by BWW News Desk - Sep 27, 2017
WP Theater, by special arrangement with Segal NYC Productions, announces the complete cast of the Off-Broadway premiere of What We're Up Against, written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck (Mauritius, Seminar, NBC's Smash ), directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Dry Land, Empathitrax).
by Stephen Mosher - Oct 31, 2019
There was so much heart, love and entertainment on the stage of The Rose Theater last night, as The Cabaret Convention celebrated the legacy and the music of the legendary Judy Garland
by BWW News Desk - Oct 28, 2017
WP Theater, by special arrangement with Segal NYC Productions, presents the Off-Broadway premiere of What We're Up Against, written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck (Mauritius, Seminar, NBC's 'Smash'), directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Dry Land, Empathitrax).
by Stephi Wild - Oct 19, 2018
Blasphemy! Sacrilege! Heresy! Terrence McNally's passion play recounts the birth, death, and resurrection of a young gay man living in Corpus Christi, Texas, scandalizing communities near and far when it first premiered in 1998. Experience the powerful story of Joshua who, different from other boys because of his homosexuality, grows up in isolation and torment. Fleeing his home, he gathers a group of disciples who are drawn to his radical message of love and tolerance. Despite his message of equality, he will suffer the same fate as Jesus who also sought to change a wayward community-its arrogance, its ignorance, and its complacency.
by Joni Lorraine - Oct 11, 2019
50TH anniversary JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR dazzles at Bass Concert Hall
by Guest Blog: Brittain Ashford - Oct 1, 2019
In February of 2018, my good friend Shenandoah Davis paid me a visit. I was having a hard time, I felt a little aimless. We had a vague plan to make a cover album and some recently procured recording gear. She filled my fridge with food and assured me that all would be ok-- we had a good idea. She wasn't wrong.
by BWW News Desk - Nov 8, 2017
WP Theater, by special arrangement with Segal NYC Productions, presents the Off-Broadway premiere of What We're Up Against, written by Pulitzer Prize nominee Theresa Rebeck (Mauritius, Seminar, NBC's 'Smash'), directed by Adrienne Campbell-Holt (Dry Land, Empathitrax).
by Stephi Wild - Nov 5, 2019
Comedian Robert Dubac brings his brand new solo show, STAND-UP JESUS, to the Playhouse @ Westport Plaza for two shows only, December 6 & 7 at 8 p.m. Tickets may be purchased through MetroTix at metrotix.com or by phone at 314-534-1111. Additionally, tickets will also be available at the Playhouse @ Westport Plaza box office one hour prior to show time. All seats are $20. Any tickets left will be inherited by the meek.
by Julie Musbach - Nov 5, 2018
Waitress is shaking things up at the diner (but not too many things)! Academy Award nominee June Squibb (Nebraska) will join the company as "Josie", the role formerly known as "Joe", from November 19- January 6, 2019. This will mark the first time this role will be played by a woman. The show's leading lady Nicolette Robinson, has extended her stay at the diner until December 9.
by Stephen Mosher - Nov 28, 2020
They're not called special events for nothing. These are the shows that people will say, years later, 'I'm glad I was there for that one.'
by Peter Nason - Nov 23, 2018
It will tap its way into your heart.
by Jennifer Broski - Nov 20, 2018
Academy Award nominee June Squibb (Nebraska) has officially joined the company as 'Josie', the role formerly known as 'Joe' in Waitress! Squibb began performances on November 19 and will play through January 6, 2019.
by Barry Lenny - Nov 18, 2018
This show is Elvis with a twist of jazz.
by Gary Naylor - Nov 17, 2021
Shakespeare in Italy's debut production clarifies and amplifies the wonderful, if problematic, play
by Stephen Mosher - May 7, 2022
Josephine Sanges, John M. Cook, and Jeff Harnar have outdone themselves with the new Fanny Brice tribute show playing the Beechman. Read our critic's review.
by Stephen Mosher - May 27, 2021
Class is in session at The West Bank Cafe when these artists of the jazz persuasion get up to perform, and everyone in the joint is going home with a diploma in musical appreciation.
by Christina Mancuso - May 27, 2018
Hello, again.  Columbus was glutton for punishment when THE BOOK OF MORMON returned to the Ohio Theatre for another blasphemous yet gut-wrenchingly hilarious week of musical theatre genius.  This time, the audience was snickering and giggling while they shuffled in their seats before the show even began. They knew they were about to embark on a show that can say "F-You, God" and still have the Mormon church take out a full page ad in the Playbill.  This is the brilliance of South Park writers, Trey Parker and Matt Stone, along with AVENUE Q co-creator Robert Lopez, who can cleverly win over people of all faith by poking fun at the Mormons with crass language that borders sacrilege. Why? Because at its core is a heartfelt story of brotherhood and self-discovery with lovable young men finding their way in a world ruled by uniformity and restriction.
by Ben Rimalower - May 10, 2019
Cabaret is one of the most successful, popular and influential musicals ever written. You can call it's Kander and Ebb's masterpiece or a defining triumph for Hal Prince or Bob Fosse and in any case, you'll be right on the money. So it's no wonder I have so many damn recordings of the score. The good news is they are all available for streaming on various platforms and so I can throw out all these CDs without having to do any uploading.
by Cindy Marcolina - Jun 8, 2022
Socrates: enigmatic Greek philosopher and generator of many a good quote. Accused of sacrilege and corrupting the young minds of Athens, he was sentenced to death by forced poisoning. He might be revered as the founding father of Western philosophy, but he was a dangerous presence back in Attic times.
by Frank Benge - Jun 30, 2018
MASS: A Theatre Piece for Singers, Players, and Dancers, is a musical theatre piece composed by Leonard Bernstein with additional lyrics by Stephen Schwartz and Paul Simon. Commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy, it premiered on September 8, 1971. Bernstein originally intended to compose a traditional Mass, but eventually settled on this more innovative form. It uses the Tridentine Mass of the Roman Catholic Church as its basis. While the liturgical passages are sung in Latin, MASS also includes added passages in English written by Bernstein, composer Stephen Schwartz, and Paul Simon (who wrote the first quatrain of 'Half of the People'). Intended to be staged theatrically, it has also been performed in concert format. This production has the added bonus of subtitling above the stage, although it really isn't necessar y.
by Stephi Wild - Jun 27, 2021
Upset Hindus are urging Edinburgh International Festival (EIF) to withdraw from hosting “Hindu Times” play (August 20-21), which they feel is “highly inappropriate” as it reportedly trivializes immensely revered Hindu deities Brahma, Vishnu and Lakshmi.
by Kaitlin Milligan - Jun 21, 2019
Today, Andrew McMahon in the Wilderness released an Amazon Original cover of Kacey Musgraves' 'Slow Burn' only available to stream and purchase on Amazon Music.
by A.A. Cristi - Jul 7, 2017
Bay Street Theater is pleased to announce the full cast for AS YOU LIKE IT by William Shakespeare, directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle. The production will run at Bay Street Theater from August 8 - September 3. The production will star Hannah Cabell (The Father, Men on Boats, Major Barbara) as Rosalind, Academy Award, Emmy Award and Tony Award winner Ellen Burstyn (Same Time, Next Year, The Last Picture Show, The Exorcist) as Jacques, and Andre De Shields (The Full Monty, Ain't Misbehavin', The Wiz) as Touchstone.
by Marianka Swain - Jul 27, 2017
Defiantly rejecting the standard jukebox model, Conor McPherson's much-anticipated new work mining the back catalogue of Bob Dylan is labelled 'a play with songs' - or perhaps that should be a play and songs, with two distinct forms of storytelling weaving around one another, reflecting, deepening, revealing, in exquisitely soulful harmony.
by BWW News Desk - Jul 26, 2017
Bay Street Theater has announced a 'Pay What You Can' performance for AS YOU LIKE IT, a comedy by William Shakespeare, directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle, with original music by Stephen Schwartz, on Tuesday, August 8 at 7 pm.
by Jay Irwin - Jan 4, 2018
God's favorite musical is back! This is, I believe, the fourth time the tour of The Book of Mormon , that juggernaut musical from 2011 (the Hamilton of its day) from the warped minds of Trey Parker and Matt Stone of South Park fame and Robert Lopez who co-wrote Avenue Q (as well as that little animated film Frozen ), has come through town. And the appeal of its crass humor, repeated gay jokes, and borderline sacrilege shows no signs of waning. I know I left the theater smiling and laughing and still humming the songs all the way home because underneath it all, it's still just a damn good musical.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 27, 2022
Christine and Rob Bonner will be joined by their friend and world renown multi-instrumentalist, Joe Craven, on violin, mandolin and percussion at the Nevada Theatre on Saturday, January 29, 8:00pm.
by Stephi Wild - Jan 26, 2021
In April 2021, the British Museum will host the first ever major UK exhibition on the life, death and legacy of Thomas Becket, whose brutal murder inside Canterbury Cathedral in 1170 shook the Middle Ages.
by Michael Major - Feb 24, 2022
Andy Butler’s first Hercules album in five years, the announcement comes alongside lead track and official video for “Grace”. The beautiful, strikingly contemplative “Grace”, with vocals by Butler and Icelandic chanteuse Elin Ey, is almost a communion with the inevitability of death, a prayer-like moment of transcendence.
by Michael Major - Feb 22, 2022
The film features Will Beinbrink (It Chapter Two, “Queen of the South”), María Gabriela de Faría (“The Moodys,” “Deadly Class”), Joseph Marcell (The Boy Who Harnessed the Wind, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air”), Hector Kotsifakis (“Malverde: El Santo Patrón,” “Enemigo Íntimo”), and Irán Castillo (“SOS Me estoy enamorando,” “La mexicana y el güero”).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Dec 9, 2020
Bucks County Playhouse will present its popular story-telling series, “Word of Mouth,” this Sunday, December 13 at 7pm, hosted by renowned storyteller, Michaela Murphy, Bucks County Playhouse’s Director of Education.
by Jeffrey Ellis - Dec 3, 2018
When the final curtain falls on A Christmas Story at TPAC's Andrew Johnson Theatre on December 22, the cast and crew of Nashville Repertory Theatre's production will pack up all the leg lamps and all the tinsel, Gary Hoff's gorgeous set will go into mothballs, the costumes will be stored away with the rest of the company's vast collection and a ten-year-old Nashville holiday tradition will come to an end.
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 23, 2021
The incomparable and important music industry warrior is enjoying a run at his own club, presenting the life and legend of Judy Garland in song.
by Jay Irwin - Dec 21, 2019
Chestnuts roasting on an open fire, sugar plums dancing in your head, and candy canes intertwined. These are some images that spring to mind when you think of the holiday season. Now what if those were euphemistic chestnuts, sugar plums, and candy canes and they were all naked and singing? Do I have your attention now? Because those naughty elves at the Can Can are back with their 6th installment of their ribald holiday extravaganza a?oeWonderlanda?? and if this doesn't fill up your stocking, nothing will.
by Sarah Jae Leiber - Dec 2, 2020
Hailing from Kingston, Jamaica, powerhouse hip-hop artist, painter, model, poet, and reggae singer Racquel Jones is teaming up with AFROPUNK to premiere the provocative music video for the brand new single “Sacrilege,” (Magnetic Moon) directed by award-winning video director Alex Di Marco (Khalid, Wiz Khalifa).
by Stan Jenson - Dec 17, 2019
One of the most enjoyable treats of this holiday season is the Desert Theatreworks (DTW) production of Mary Poppins, wrapping up its successful run this weekend. As Mary herself would say, it's practically perfect in every way
by Stephen Mosher - Dec 13, 2021
Lisa Howard and collaborator Michael Shaieb have worked hard to create a holiday album that is fresh, new, and different from all the others... at least, that's what they did, whether the wanted to or not.
by BWW News Desk - Aug 8, 2017
Bay Street Theater has announced a 'Pay What You Can' performance for AS YOU LIKE IT, a comedy by William Shakespeare, directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle, with original music by Stephen Schwartz, today, August 8 at 7 pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 7, 2017
Bay Street Theater has announced their take on AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare, directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle, with original music by Stephen Schwartz, will run from August 8 - September 3. For tickets call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 11 am - show time daily or purchase online at www.baystreet.org.
by Review Roundups - Aug 6, 2019
Shakespeare in the Park's Coriolanus officially opened last night, August 5! Let's see what the critics are saying...
by Alan Henry - Aug 6, 2018
Meet Me In St. Louis began performances at the Muny August 4 and will run until August 12. Get a first look at the production in the photos below!
by Stephi Wild - Aug 5, 2019
Folk-pop sister group SHEL brings its chamber-pop harmonies to Club Helsinki Hudson on Sunday, September 1, at 8pm.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 17, 2017
Bay Street Theater has announced their take on AS YOU LIKE IT, by William Shakespeare, directed by Tony Award winner John Doyle, with original music by Stephen Schwartz, will run from August 8 - September 3. For tickets call the Box Office at 631-725-9500 11 am - show time daily or purchase online at www.baystreet.org.
by A.A. Cristi - Aug 14, 2020
Tony Award-winning lighting designer, Howell Binkley, has passed away after a battle with lung cancer. Binkley is currently represented on Broadway by his work on Hamilton, Ain't Too Proud, and Come From Away.
by Peter Nason - Apr 24, 2018
Alex Groth, Riley Walker and Chris Loving are three names to watch in this marvelous production.
by Student Blogger: Kat Mokrynski - Apr 10, 2020
When creating a musical, there are many places that one can draw inspiration from. Some, like Lin-Manuel Miranda, read a book and are determined to see the story play out on stage. Others take the songs of others and create a plot around them, like the music of ABBA in Mamma Mia. A few are even able to conjure up entire worlds out of their minds. But one of the more popular forms of media to be adapted in the past few years has been the world of cinema.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 1, 2022
Psycho Synner recently experienced a dramatic change of heart. Known for spreading their devilish musical mayhem, which often bordered on sacrilege, they have denounced their image as 'Satanic Rockers.'

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What other productions of Sacrilege have their been?
Sacrilege has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1995.

What productions of Sacrilege have their been?
Sacrilege has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1995.

What productions of Sacrilege have there been?
Sacrilege has had 1 productions including Broadway which opened in 1995.