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American Place Theatre

About the Theatre
(New York, NY)
266 West 37th Street, Floor 22
by A.A. Cristi - May 9, 2022
Casting has been announced for an upcoming teen musical romance, Intermedium, from Mainframe Pictures.
by Isabella Perrone - May 9, 2022
If you’ve ever wanted to experience Mozart’s work live, there’s no time like the present to do so in Toronto. The Canadian Opera Company has brought their acclaimed production of THE MAGIC FLUTE back - delayed after a few years of theatre shut-downs, but better late than never in the case of this fantastical, funny, and thought-provoking story.
by Michael Major - May 9, 2022
Ever Crashing, the second LP by Kennedy Ashlyn aka SRSQ [pronounced ‘seer-skew’], is the summation of a nearly three-year journey of soul searching, songwriting, and self-discovery. Every song hits like a single, heaving with guitar, synth, strings, live drums, and oceans of Ashlyn’s astounding voice, balletic and illuminated.
by Michael Major - May 9, 2022
Bass virtuoso Clint Bahr just released a new solo album “PUZZLEBOX” on Moonjune Records. The album features members of King Crimson, YES, Van Der Graaf Generator, Sun Ra and others! Clint Bahr’s new band, also named PUZZLEBOX, is a multidimensional “Tabula Rasa” in both compositional and improvisational formats.
by Stephi Wild - May 9, 2022
Unmissable programming, inspiring youth work and a unique architectural restoration project are all underway at Trinity Theatre this season as this leading cultural centre approaches its 40th anniversary. 
by Jade Kops - May 7, 2022
An American in Paris is a glorious and inventive new musical inspired by the 1951 movie with a superb collection of music by the Gershwins.
by A.A. Cristi - May 6, 2022
GLAAD, the world's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer media advocacy organization, announced recipients for 16 of this year's 30 categories for the 33rd Annual GLAAD Media Awards. Additional categories were announced in Los Angeles on April 2.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 6, 2022
 As the National Independent Venue Association (NIVA) and the National Independent Venue Foundation (NIVF) continue to pave the way through an industry reopening and recovering, the founding executive director of both organizations, Rev. Moose, is leading a search for new executive directors to take over both organizations.
by Michael Major - May 6, 2022
Right off the back of two debut performances at Coachella, West African native AMÉMÉ releases his remix of Philou Louzolo’s latest release “Senegal”. The single is a quintessential African techno track that is the penultimate release ahead of Philou Louzolo’s upcoming ‘African Gold’ album.
by Michael Major - May 6, 2022
Andy introduced the song to fans during the first leg of his The Art of Joy Tour, where he dedicated it to his Godmother, Leigh, who has been by his side since his mother passed away when Andy was only 25. TikTok also featured the track in their “Early Song Preview” campaign, which generated over 7 million views in less than a week.
by Student Blogger: Sydni Dichter - May 5, 2022
If you’ve ever wondered what a drama student’s projects look like during COVID, I’ll tell you: they look a lot like short films. Over the past two years, I have needed to become somewhat skilled at filmmaking, as a non-filmmaker, so I wanted to share some tips that have helped me in learning how to make my own movies.
by Stephi Wild - May 5, 2022
The North Wales based arts charity has taken a substantial step towards its £5m private and public fundraising target with major donations and pledges from The Moondance Foundation (£1.5m), The Wolfson Foundation (£0.5m), the Garfield Weston Foundation (£0.5m) and an anonymous local philanthropist (£0.5m).
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 4, 2022
The 10th annual “Night Of A Thousand Judys” – the Pride concert to benefit The Ali Forney Center written and hosted by Justin Elizabeth Sayre – will take place at Joe’s Pub on Sunday, June 5. 
by Gary Naylor - May 4, 2022
Ben Brown's play, set at the end of World War II, does not fully deliver on its raw materials' dramatic possibilities
by Stephi Wild - May 3, 2022
Following the incredible 23 shows announced as part of the Pleasance Futures season, the third and largest official on-sale brings a host of incredible acts to the Pleasance this summer.  With returning Edinburgh Comedy award-winners, international companies, exciting new companies and debut comics, music, cabaret, live podcasts and children's work. 
by Stephi Wild - May 2, 2022
SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT, the first Original Broadway Cast Recording ever recorded live on opening night, will be released this week. SIX: LIVE ON OPENING NIGHT will be released Friday, May 6 at 12AM in streaming and digital formats, including Spotify, Apple Music, iTunes, Amazon Music, and more.
by Barry Lenny - May 2, 2022
An era will be over.
by Stephi Wild - May 16, 2022
Garry Starr… The Myth… The Legend… returns to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe with an hour of award-winning, unpredictable and exuberant physical comedy for anyone and everyone with a heart, soul, and funny bone. No prior knowledge of the classics required.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - May 16, 2022
Emmy Award-winning journalist Frank DiLella will be hosting the 88th Annual Drama League Awards alongside theatrical legends and Tony Award winners, Patti LuPone, Ben Vereen, Sutton Foster, Shoshana Bean, Gabby Beans and Lear deBessonet.
by Gary Naylor - May 14, 2022
Brilliant acted play captures the London experience at that tipping point between the pursuit of youthful follies and the assumption of adult responsibilities
by Stephi Wild - May 13, 2022
Donald Levering's 16th book of poetry, Breaking Down Familiar, grapples with a host of harrowing assaults to the narrator and his family: illness and accidents, addiction and madness, estrangement and divorce.
by Michael Major - May 12, 2022
The upcoming LP marks Ghostkeeper's first record in almost a decade. In case you missed them, check out the recent singles 'The Trees,' 'This Is How I Know You,' and 'Grassy Plains.' Multidimensional Culture is an album which contains no shortage of dimensions, both sonically, and spiritually.
by Marissa Tomeo - May 12, 2022
Singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist payton will drop his lead single and music video for “ALL WRONG” next Friday, May 20th. The track is the lead single off his forthcoming debut EP. PRESS HERE to watch. A slow-burning track whose laid-back beats perfectly contrast its mood of raw frustration, payton explains “I’d been in a relationship situation where I felt like couldn’t do anything right, and I wanted to write something that digs deep and portrays that feeling of being stuck and not knowing what to do.”
by A.A. Cristi - May 11, 2022
The restoration of two early sculptures Michelangelo Buonarroti created when he was training in the Garden of San Marco in Florence-Madonna of the Stairs (1490) and Battle of the Centaurs (1491-1492)-was completed in March and the works have returned to public view.
by Kelsey Lawler - May 10, 2022
Close your eyes, and you might think Judy Garland is in the room. Open them, and you might still think she’s in the room. Angela Ingersoll is both every-inch a blazing star in her own right and a glorious tribute to one of America’s all-time greatest voices. 
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2022
A fresh and sexy twist on one of the world's most famous love stories, 'Starcrossed' reveals the intrigue and passion of a forbidden romance between 'Romeo & Juliet' characters Mercutio and Tybalt - forged in strife, stifled by circumstance and silenced by history.
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2022
SK SHLOMO will bring BREATHE: THE PLAY  THAT BECOMES A RAVE to  Royal Albert Hall – The Elgar Room from Tuesday, 14th to Saturday, 18th June 2022.
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2022
The Actors Fund, the 140-year-old national human services organization for everyone in performing arts and entertainment, announced at its Annual Gala yesterday that, effective immediately, they have changed their name to Entertainment Community Fund, in order to better reflect the broad scope of industry professionals they help.
by Stephi Wild - May 10, 2022
Black Box PAC's 2022 Save Our Stages season continues with the world premiere production of Exposed by Beth Henley. The show runs at The Black Box Performing Arts Center - 49 East Palisade Avenue in Englewood, NJ - now through Saturday May 28. On Sunday May 22,
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022
Rising star and Bay Street Records recording artist Iris Gold welcomes you back into her world of “hippie hop” with today’s release of Woman. The 12-track album was produced and co-written by award-winning singer, songwriter, musician, and Eurythmics co-founder, Dave Stewart. Describing Woman, which was recorded at Bay Street Studios in the Caribbean, Gold explains: “I want people or fans of music and songwriting to know that this is not a throwaway bubble gum album. It’s not one dimensional like a lot of music these days. It runs deep on many themes particularly about women’s liberation, people’s freedom, and as a woman taking control of your sexuality.”
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022
West Australian audiences will experience the magic of Disney's Frozen when the much-anticipated Perth season of the hit Broadway musical opens in August 2022. Following the incredible local success of The Lion King, Mary Poppins and Aladdin, this brand new musical by the same producers, will open at the Crown Theatre Perth in August 2022.
by David Sousa Lopes - Apr 30, 2022
This might have been the event of the season, so we will allow ourselves to break tradition from our usual format and simply list the elements that made this show so great.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 30, 2022
West Australian audiences will experience the magic of Disney’s Frozen when the much-anticipated Perth season of the hit Broadway musical opens in August 2022. Following the incredible local success of The Lion King, Mary Poppins and Aladdin, this brand new musical by the same producers, will open at the Crown Theatre Perth in August 2022. 
by Casilda Margareto - Apr 29, 2022
En la 68ª edición del Festival de Mérida sorprende como, la gran mayoría de protagonistas son mujeres desde la gran artista argentina Morián Casan, la actriz española Angy Fernández o Marta Pazos hasta Las Niñas de Cádiz o María Zambrano, mundialmente conocidas.
by Roy Berko - Apr 29, 2022
The mockingbird is noted for its ability to duplicate the sounds they hear. The bird's reference in the title of Harper Lee's epic novel, TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD supposedly refers to the statements of prejudice that are repeated over and over in the book's famous trial. Statements about Blacks, Jews, the more and less educated, the economic class of a person. The only way to stop the sounds is to destroy the source.
by Michael Major - Apr 28, 2022
The soon-to-be released LP from Himalayan Gold called The Last Frontier, is an album created for a spaghetti western film that doesn’t exist. Himalayan Gold is multi-instrumentalist David Lipp (Japan Soul, The Vitamen). Listen to the new track now, which features vocals by Stephanie Yavelow.
by Michael Major - Apr 28, 2022
New artists to join the ‘Words + Music’ include Mariah Carey, singer-songwriter Aimee Mann, rock legend Carlos Santana, singer, songwriter, and record producer Beck, The Who's guitarist and principal songwriter Pete Townshend, comedy rock duo, Tenacious D, comprised of Jack Black and Kyle Gass, and rapper and actor yasiin bey.
by Richard Sasanow - Apr 27, 2022
Well, no one can say that the Met doesn’t have guts. After the tepid response that subscribers gave its Las Vegas version of Verdi’s RIGOLETTO by Michael Mayer, no one would have suspected that they’d come up with a version of Donizetti’s LUCIA DI LAMMERMOOR that made anything else it’s produced look tame. And while the new LUCIA isn’t something that will send every Met attendee into quivers of excitement--I don’t think I’ve ever heard so many pros and cons discussed at an intermission before--it also won’t send them to sleep either.
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 25, 2022
The New York Irish Center, a hub for culture and community enrichment serving a broad audience from its base in Long Island City, has a busy and varied line-up planned into June. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 22, 2022
Harry Potter and the Cursed Child originally cast a spell over the world as an epic two-part event. Now, the show has been boldly restaged as one singular performance by the award-winning creative team for its return to North America.
by Stan Jenson - Apr 21, 2022
Fun and personal triumph take center stage in Desert Rose Playhouse’s current production of Mid-Century Moderns.  Great writing, incredible voices, terrific acting and beloved songs combine to make this one of the most enjoyable visits to the theatre that I have had in a very long time.  I saw the world premiere last night and I’m already anticipating my next visit during the show’s brief five-week run!
by Michael Major - Apr 21, 2022
This collusion was a once-in-a-lifetime experience at Roadburn and to commemorate, San Francisco-based experimental record label The Flenser has made a studio recording of the composition available on LP now (online, or exclusive color available at the Roadburn merch area right now) and on Bandcamp.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 21, 2022
The dancers of Paris Ballet — the prestigious Jupiter school founded by former international professional dancer Jean-Hugues Feray in 2009 — will present the beloved ballet for one night only on the mainstage of The Raymond F. Kravis Center for the Performing Arts on Sunday, May 15, at 8 p.m.
by Stephi Wild - Apr 20, 2022
Vocalist Joan Watson-Jones, a mainstay on the New England Jazz scene, returns to The Lilypad, 1353 Cambridge Street in Cambridge, MA, on Saturday, April 23, at 4:30 pm. Joining Watson-Jones to perform songs from her latest CD, Choices, and other favorite tunes are Pianist Frank Wilkins, Bassist Dave Zox and Drummer Alvin Terry.
by Michael Major - Apr 19, 2022
Composed by Joe Wong – who has worked on some of Netflix's biggest hits including Master Of None and the To All the Boys… franchise, and their critically lauded The Midnight Gospel -- the album consists of his dream-like original score with highlights from the breakout first season and the highly anticipated second season.
by Jade Kops - Apr 19, 2022
Alana Valentine’s WAYSIDE BRIDE draws on real experiences from interviews and a personal connection to share the stories Of Reverend Ted Noff’s unusual ministry. 
by Chloe Rabinowitz - Apr 18, 2022
Northern Kentucky University's School of the Arts has announced the productions slated for the 2022-2023 Theatre & Dance Season. Tickets for Fall productions will go on sale Tuesday, Sept. 6, 2022. Spring productions will go on sale Tuesday, Jan. 18, 2023.
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 18, 2022
Bay Street Theater & Sag Harbor Center for the Arts has announced the cast and crew of the comedy Windfall, the first show of the 2022 Mainstage Season, with previews starting May 31. The new comedy by Scooter Pietsch, directed by Jason Alexander, opens Saturday, June 4, and continues through Sunday, June 19.
by Marissa Tomeo - Apr 16, 2022
Musician-led ensemble Palaver Strings today releases its new album of music by diverse female composers, Ready or Not, on Azica Records. Works on the album include Grażyna Bacewicz’s Concerto for String Orchestra; Non può il mio cuore by Venetian singer, lutenist, and composer Maddalena Casulana; composer Barbara Strozzi’s madrigal Lagrime mie featuring a performance by mezzo-soprano Sophie Michaux; Chicago-based multi-genre composer, vocalist, pianist, and producer Akenya Seymour’s Fear the Lamb; and a set of fiddle tunes by two Portland-based fiddlers, Liz Knowles and Palaver’s own Elizabeth Moore. 
by A.A. Cristi - Apr 14, 2022
Jamaica Moon Productions presents three short plays by two great 20th Century American playwrights. All three plays are love stories, and one is a comedy.